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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ity Finances; 'Red Cross War Drive Under Way County Commissioners Ask Sales Tax



A-l Shape; I e To Replace Race Track And Gas Fund; '



:uture Is BrightIn February QuotaOf .g Crates EnoughTo Adopt Resolution To, State Legislature \ .


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1933 the City of Starke wu i Boeing the handwriting on the 1, ,
and oWed City Collects $315In wall and forecasting drasticallycurtailed
practically penniless Are Promised revenue from the race
Almost DoubledBradford
has all Liquor Fines
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)130,000. Today paid Y track and gas tax fund, the I'

burrent bills up' to April 1, owes Pollen Chief A. L. Alvarez and Board of County Commissioner

bnly $42.000 more and h a I County necma determined Apparently there will be a sufficient Bon Holtr.endorf helped to increase Monday adopted a resolution urg- ,

sough cash on hand to payoff to redeem Itself after number of strawberry the City's revenue to the Ing the State Legislature to pass '
crates to take care of BradforcCounty's extent of $115 last Sunday when a general sales tax a* an emergency t
third of that.--If the bonds could falling a mere $205: short of its I'
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but measure passing
1943 production, no they arrested a negro: woman In
c called. But they are 'not due January War' Bond quota of $62- one cares to predict the outlook Reno for selling ,whlnkey from a I i resolution r the Bradford Comml8,1' \

rirvl cannot, be paid. 'until 1948. 320.. H@' beyond the current: season. large black purse. She had two ,,i loner. followed an example set ',ij.ij.i

That, in brief, la the story of a On a quota of '$49,200 for Fet Citrus growers of central and half-pint flasks In it, and 32 more 'I by Brevard and other Florida "''!' :

.own that prospered when Uncle l'uary-the a h o r t month-wit south Florida have had difficultyIn buck at homo. She forfeited t\ counties 11

'im pointed long boney finger Lawtey and Brooker yet to be obtaining necessary crate, and $115: bond by being absent from I Commissioners'have already re- ;:
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cetved notice the track |.
that race > (
heard from, sales amounted tI82.514.S5 the gloomy outlook for crates and Mayor's 'court Monday. '
md said "I think I'll pl .ce'.a or $33.314.65: over the hampers In general has caused Fred Sapp and O. K. Leuden fund for thla county, averaging "" "!

1/1/: training camp right there!"" top. Of this amount 82202.75: some deep concern here I helped along a few days earlier I around $32,000 in former year. I

Wednesday morning 11; A. came from Starke and $311.80 However, when questioned' by by collecting cash bonds of $200 will drop to an, estimated low of ?, 'i':

jlshop.l chairman of the City from Hampton. The Starke Poet- the Telegraph this week H. L.Brownlee. from two white men who were $8OOO. has The gas tax revenue;, "I 1 ,'!
and Clerk Carl John office \ In the north end which been bringing the ,
Council, sold $98,832.75: In bonds Starke's leading dealer, selling liquor .
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were seated at their desk>In the and stamps; the Florida Bank at stated that he now has 10,000 of Stark They also forfeited county close 'to $60,000 annually ; h'

Ity Hall, engaged In the pleaiEant Starke sold $22.625: In bonds;; aDd. crates on hand and has already their bonds.Negro. will also be heavily cut.
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In explaining the action of the
pastime ,of writing checks to the Bradford County 'Telegraph purchased 10,000 more, which he ''t
[pay off municipal obligations. sold $725 In bonds.January's has been assured will be de- Brevard County board which ;
started the ball, rolling Clerk O. < |>
rrhey were in a reminiscent mood livered. It was also stated that Killed I
quota was $62,320, upon "i
Simmons ,
M. of Brevard County
land. recalled the .days of 1933 which G. W. Roberts of Lawtey has 20- ,
$62,115 was rained with "SOMEWHERE \L\SKA"-nnrnl-d'in ..n explode, thin soldier stated that "our Board feels that ii(
when the clty'a bank account "wala returns Incomplete when report traiiMfuHlon of blood supplied from the millions of 000 crates ordered, which he has fl" t tIs
received l a pliutma, If some new source of revenue \ '
: mere figure of speech; debt made. The reason to believe will 'ar Over Pork r 'I
was March i 18 every
I quota pint of blood contribute to the American lUsL Cro"* by patrioticm..n l ChopsAlberta 1 not secured the orderly adiff\ ;,
totaling $130.000 stared the City .
; exactly the same us that of February rive safely "These 40,000 crates '
Administering the' traiuifttlbn is Cupt. H. F. ministration of county government |,|
I the- and assets and women. !
Dads In face! con.Fisted -,.349,200.; will be enough to take care of "
,prlnelpaB of a .,"broken Cepleoho, Redwood Fall, Minn., and Cpl. ,Mark. Khufor, St. Irwin,, the situation In Bradford Countythis White, colored, has been will be greatly impaired" for j'the

I down 1Igbtuen4j>'">eplant; both of an army e -medical, .lot <-hmt>nt, ._. year," Mr. Brownlee said. exonerated of any crime In the of race duration track, at least.funds and The other""loos' ,',;m't'\

So gloomy was the city's .financial Board Elects I I'I The outlook for future seasonsIs Maying last Friday night of her sources of revenue of the County >.

/ outlook that it actuallylet ; Launching the ld4aFed Crona'. War' Fund l>rlve in Bradford decidedly pessimistic at the aoldler-hUMband at their home In occasioned in part by the rationIng ':,:):

[ taxpayers hare $10,000 |In i iI 'I County, a colorful parade was staged Monday 'morning by B. H. S. : present time, however All straw of gasoline and the curtail' ;;'

I bonds at 60 cents on the dollar, Some TeachersAlthough drill teams, the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, und the .It.: H. S. Band berry-growing states expect Florida !Reno Evidently considering: It ment of travel by automobile over ': .....t

I and allowed delinquents to pay oft Under the direction of Nat Sternbcrg.. chairman of the drive, and Lou I si ana use 24-plnt partially accidental and wholly In the public highway" are given a* ,:

I old paving liens at 25: cents on I I women of Starke have been soliciting funds lor the residential section crates and Florida uses 3tt oblong self defense, after conferring with some of the reasons for requesting (,j;'

the dollar. The city took the< the County Board of this week, working on the "block plan,"- and asking their neighbors pints. This variation In crate Sheriff A. O. Andreu who In- a general sales tax. I I}i r:
I money thus recefved and paid oft Public Instruction had consider- style will work to Florida's disadvantage In view of world-wide conditions .
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I to help raise Bradford County's! $6,000'quota.. The "big! push"In vestigated the case. County Judge
a n, OO debt on the original cost In this time of materialand
able number of routine matters to which will inevitably exist ,
the'buslnesg been organized and will be under way
district ha K. K. ferryman did not Issue any j
of $12.000 on the present fire labor shortage, It was 'said.L. .
attend to Monday, the bulk of its into the future, "this Board has ,(,
I equipment. shortly M. White of the warrant for her arretft.
official business was the election manager no hope of any immediate changes' ''t\ ",
Yen, Camp Blanding has brought of teachers for the year 19"3-'... II Reports from Brooker, Hampton Lawtey and other communities Starke Farmers Market, expressed According to reports, her husband for the better, In that the major ,' \'

( prosperity to the City of Starke, Upon the unanimous recommen- Indicate that drives are being organized In all parts of the county grave concern over the future who habitually came home portion of the ..eon.t.ructlon work ,

I us well aa to most of iu citizens, dation of the Trustees of,Special I and that these towns will give a good account of themselves when outlook for crates and hampers.He drinking, starting arguments) and now carried on' by the U.S. Government : /r

and here are,'some other things Tax School District No.6, Law-I the final returns''are In. has also heard expressions of beating his wife, did it once too for defense purpose will I i .

that have been accomplished durIng tey, the following teachers were 'The colored citizens are doing their part ,also, An enthusiastic fear in some parts of the state often. His wife was sitting at soon be completed and the payrolls ',',' I'

[ the paatf, year:.: The,city elected: I meeting was held at the Reno Methodist Church lust Sunday afternoon that there might not be enough home mending curtains when M now existing In these counties "

ha paid for $20,000 .worth of 'MISS 'Catharine. Young, Mrs when the Rev. G. C. Powell; Mr and Mrs.: !.Junlus Smith, Mr. bushel baskets in ,which to ship came in and asked for some pork Will -toe greatly curtailed: or ,,4' t

I paving; has spent $5,800 on city Emma P. Hili..Mrs. Blanche Ed- and Mro. Nat. Sternberg Mrs. Kdward.Burns JUid-&ra.Fi>ances .Baer: cucumbers shops ,She told.him.there, ware red,","." '.the -resolutionstate" *. i''II' ,

tfTojpc.tJJ.'haA': ( 'iP.vAA ,,$5.000 toward" ward;; Mr: Joyce Futch: Mrs, met with the colored people a big Red CJ'OtI'R Uy. Reno's'goal i In discussing the plan of op- some In the' Ice box. When he After a careful consideration of ''f"

the Starke. armory; 'Iibcrto( con- Eunice Kelley, Mrs. George Rob-, was set at 300. $38 of which was raised at the meeting. erating the market this spring, looked and found only one "lone all possible source of revenue 'I,'.
nect with the Rural Electrification erts, 'Mrs. Beatrice Futch and L. Following are excerpts from President Roosevelt's. proclamation Mr. White stated that he hopes chop, he beat her ,over the head "the most equitable and the Most j'
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j Administration In order to H. Futch, Asst. Principal. R. W. to have one or more good firms with the plate and then threw available source of revenue to be 1 : ,
nation-wide drive
I help meet increased demands for Moseley was also elected janitor. opening the ; National Red Cross during the first quote each day the top prices ber down on the floor, put his collected to relieve the present (.)? ,
I power In Starke; and recently ap- In response to a ,separate recommendation "WHEREAS The American they will pay on that day for the knees on her arms and began to situation I Is a general sale tax" ,"tr i''
propriated 1,500 per year toward from the Trustees; year of our participation in.the war has 'rendered vital humanitarian different products brought to the beat hr In the stomach thought\ the Commissioner' .1'' '

the Bradford-Clay County Health Lester SponholtJ was chosen prlnclpal services to the members of ,our armed forces and to their families; market.He Reaching for the scissor with The Commissioners al o felt 'I'

( Unit. 1 of the.Lawtey Junior High and also hopes to be. able to which she had been working, she that "If some provision U not J; :

In answer' to those who might School. WHEREAS the demands upon the Red Cross are steadily In- tell everything at auction Instead tabbed him in the heart and made at the 1043 session of .the 4Ioi

suggest a reduction 0 futility The Board unanimous creasing from day to day aa Jt is called upon to accompany our of having buyers (middle men) killed him. She was arrested Legislature of Florida for the i
gave approval -
rates now that the city, Is "sit also ,to the recommendation Army: and Navy into worldwide theatres of action, to provide blood como in for the lion's share of and brought to the county Jail benefit of these counties, no other .\\1

xlrig on top of the world" financially of the Trustee of the Hell plasma for our wounded 'to send relief to American and United Na- the profit. Then, at the auction by t W. E. Thornton and Volley F. regular session will be held for i-iJ l

speaking, 'the 'City' Dads bronn school that' the following tions prisoners of war, and to expand its preparations to meet emergencies ale, no product will be started Manning', remaining. there until two ;years,, and the Board thinks J; ,

reply a verjC ""determined, '"No." teachers be. elected for the,.ensu at home; and off lower than the guaranteed Monday, when she was freed, that before 1949 county government t':, I J

I This la their line of reasoning;: ing term: Mrs. Annie Laurie ;Mor WHEREAS The American National Red Cross Is under the starting price. Mr. White used ilnce there was no warrant. to will become greatly affected: 't<'
that plan last season with 'pecans, hold her, and -the orderly administration of !
"Let debts while
off
us pay our gan. lIt grade: Mrs. Nevada Palmer necessity ot raising further funds in order that these essential services .I
and It affairs greatly Impaired .
proved highly acceptableto public county
| we can'and make it for
easy peepie 2nd grade; Mrs. Lillie
to still live in Starke when may, be continued and expanded: the growers, and he I Ie desirous If not thrdwn Into a state ,; R II IIof
| ,., Bridges, 3rd and 4th, grades, and NOW THEREFORE. I, FRANKLIN n.R: <> of trying It out all the way Married Men chaos.
the boom .to over. / ;,
j Muriel Norman 5th and 6th :
Mrs. ,
"Let :'us build up a reserve fund of 'the United States of America,, and'Presldent'ofiThe'tAmericanNational r through the market this year, if ', -* '
I'rad- Red Cross, do hereby designate the month'beginning March It be arranged."I .
*o that will have somethingto can
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pay debts with ;When the money The following were elected School for 1 1. 1943, aa "Red Cross Month," and I request that during/ that month have contacted three canning Being Called Marcus F. Brown ,Jf;Ir
the Brooker.'Junlor' High ;: "
isn't coming In so rapidly." our people rededicate themselves to the splendid alms and activities plant companies, he said/ .
Florence Cole Mr*. Loca
Mrs of the Red Cross. I summon the men, women, and young people Tuesday "that have assured us 1"1
Whltten. Miss Jeanette Robert- and town and village, In every county that they will buy all the beam Married began to "hear Dies {
of our country in every city men Suddenly .j.jI
ton Mrs. Eva S. Gornto, Mrs. In this section at the< ?; f!
Ministers mobilized produced
Ask Lollle Crenshaw, and Mrs., ZIl- and state throughout the land to enlist In the army of mercy the call" In Bradford County this
under the banner of the Red Crow and to contribute generously prevailing market price. They: week as a group of 39 eligibles, I 1 1'f'1
>hla Steele. I F Brown ,
[ of Marcus ,
say they can use 1,000 acres prominent
of benedicts, reported -
War Fund In order that the sum of $125.000,000: composed largely
Mrs Ola M. Perkins was elected to the Red Cross beans and 200 or 300 acres of to the Selective Service In the youth of the community ?> Ii

Curfew'Law principal of the Vanderbilt I every cent of which Is needed, may be rained promptly. carrots. The carrots do not have Board in the armory Wednesday attorney, died suddenly Thursday I r

'Elementary School; Miss Edna to be washed," he continued, "but and were taken to the State Prison afternoon 11a Jacksonville hospital

Dudley elementary teacher for the only weighed and poured Into a according to a message received '...
Farm for their preliminary
As an evidence of Its Interestthe Hampton Junior High School, and Who Said "Weaker Sex"? truck. But they must be from physical exam Inatlon. A few here yesterday afternoon \

local Ministerial Alliance was Leslie D. Brown was chosen janitor 1 3-4 inches in diameter to al married men have been called by his brother, H. C. Brown. "':,'1

represented at the meeting 01 for the Hampton Junior High To KnowMembers large as they grow." previously, but this week's quota Although detail were lacking.It : "'
the City Council Tuesday nightby School at a salary of $50 per City Police Want Good prices are being offeredfor wan the first In which they pre was stated that Mr. Brown had ',(, i
month. Mrs. L. A. Canova was Irish potatoes and other vegetables dominated. gone to Jacksonville Wednesday !
the and' Rev.
Rev. a. C. Powell
employed as Mrs. A. E. Wall's of the City Police De- from Mr. Thornt n'. car he stat at this time, Mr. White to* have some teeth extracted and f
Chas H. Allen, who pleaded for Although It Is. not known how
music accompanist 'at $5: per are still wondering why ed. When finally locked In jail, stated and the Government wants it In presumed that some com- ,
the Fathers partment
of the City will meet all requirements -
cooperation month, the same to be retroacUveto they call 'em "the weaker sex." she Intetwlflect'heiiprotest against thtm In quantities for the armed many pllcattou ariMC, necessitating! his 'j.'i;
in their behalf. Citing instance and finally be Inducted -
January 1. It happened like this: arrest by t attempting, and very force The State Farmers' Market pending, the lught in a, Jackson. ,& !
of -towns and Cities Into the the following
other Army
was made In the price I, Last Friday night, one of those nearly succeeding, in tearing down la one of a chain of 28 vegetable : villa hospital (, ,"
A change
!some! sort of curfew was recommended 1* the list of those who reported t
of the oil stoves which .were sold "bored Army wives" who have the jull. markets In Florida (there' The nests came as a terrible' I'
for Starke. whereby young several Bradford County school '' been the subject of/.several, magazine She seized the ;,Iron drain plate are also seven cattle markets In Wednesday: shock to this community, where .t i
men and women under age may to when the new furnace 'I' articles and newspaper columns from the concrete floor and bat- the chain) operated by the State Lindsay Orifft, Lloyd Wlnfred Mr. Brown had taken a leading )t' I

not be allowed to roam the tea. bers Installed at BHS. The Board *- of late, evidently let her tered a large ,hole in the thick Agricultural Marketing B o ard,, Kemper, George Thomas BuYrell\ part I lit civic and county affairs ''j, t r
streets at all houra of the night. iras meeting set the i boredom get the upper hand. In metal screen over one window. under the supervision of WilliamL. Roy C o a t s 1 MeKinney-. Fate since his return to Starke lev,1","
its February,
While the pleas of the ministers a. all stoves at $15 each, !,search of a little excitement she She threw half a dozen Iron cots Wilson, of Jacksonville. Mr. Brown William Herbert Hart eral year ago, after practicing t Ii;
did not fall on wholly un- price on for the Board filled her automobile tank with around with such vigor that they White Is Sales Manager for the Volley Lee Starling 0: J. Mitt law in Tampa for a number of 1

renponslve" ears, the City ,wa not and the attorney the purchaser that : gasoline and herself with ''a bit were nearly b r o ken to pieces. Marketing Board. Charles Buford Clark, Robert Lee years. 1 i

quite ready to pass an ordinance I vas to notify must be paid within too much_r- nake bite remedy With a piece of Iron she broke the The Quarterma a r's Market Kemp, Harry H i 11 on Houston, Ha Is survived 'by his widow .: b

regarding the matter at this time. ,! this price the stoves would be and sallied forth. commode In the toilet room Into Center .with headquar t era In Horace Alderman'Knowles, Jews Mr. Florence F. Brownand two ,[

However according to City Clerk 10 days .or In Monday' meeting She-was soon spotted by night bit and stuffed the new blankets Tampa, has charge of buying for Wllllard Rlgdon, Joseph L. Har- children, Markey and Florence'' ( "J

Carl Johns, a' forward step In that recovered of each 2-burner stove patrolmen Vollle Manning and into It, doing her utmost, also, to the Army In this section, and rell Jr., Harold Brown, Charles Pauline; his mother Mrs. Ceo. W. ; '

direction was taken. Boys under the price and $5: was considered W. J&: Thornton who arrested ber tear up the mattre_. asks the State Farmers' Markets' Edwin Smith Hubert Edward Brown of Lawtey; two brothers, i ti tiH.
21 years of must stay out of iras set at $10 estimatedthat Priest, Nau d a 1 In Ellis Walton, r
age for each 1- on charges of driving while under Police authorities for bid to furnish produce for C. Brown of Starke and Or.
pool roms, he said. There Is already a fair price and the Superln- the I Influence I of Intoxicating her fine, together with dam- them. "Right now" said Mr. Charles Ernest Burton Resale Wilmot Brown, Tallahassee; and t '

an ordinance to the effect burner stove Instructed to-so notify liquor and took her to the nice age to the Jail 'would amount to White. "they need 400 bushels of Ralford Thomas, James Frederick a sister, Mrs Loulebelle Moore \

that they 'may neither play pool endent was new women' ward of the city jail around $200. She was freed, during sweet potatoes, and If I could get Guy, Ernest Tommy I'hlltlpsliar. Plant City.Funeral ;
,nor loiter around pool rooms at the purchasers.The however on her I wouldn't old Chester Glasgow Jim Moore had not
; that has just been completed at-a the night the stuff her go any arrangement
any time and operators Board passed a resolution I I Edwards, James Burton Rosier }.
day or night cost of $1,600. tiunbaod'a recognizance and upon further." Camp Blanding could been announced at press time I,
of Encyclopedia ;
of pool''rooms whc allow with reference to two which seta were On the ride to:jail she kicked ,his promUa to pay the entire bill. buy all the stuff the farmers Dolphu Garland Rogers: Walter yesterdays I V

It are subject to arrest: Americana and fought to such aa extent that I lIe Is a lieutenant stationed at raise, if the farmers would all cooperate ,Ravin Hines, Nathan Nelson Pre- ; '
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Also and under 18 left in the office by former principal with the Farmers' Mar- vail. Lewis/ Elgle Neal. Virgil ?
boys girls William and E. F. the seat covers were nearly torn I Camp Blanding. Closed For Funeral.Van ti
L. Russell James West,
years of. age must not be found E. Lee Dixon
loitering on the streets after 10 Norwood. Since the books were ket.Another encouraging word came James) Overstreet Sewell, Robert H. Priest's two Starke ). W'

P. M., Mr. Johns stated While not purchased by the Board office but Legion To Meet Red Cross DonationOne from Mr. White: It look like Lee Osteen, Lacy Augusta Crews, stores-the Van H. Priest and "l; ,
the ,
In
there is '&8 yet no ordinance in were merely left Post tel be we are going to have a marketfor George Carter Powell. Southern S cent to $1 tore-- ., \
Board bad no re- The Jonea-Langford-White of the first donation ,
that regard, the police are in- and since the all the No. 3 Irish potatoes Transferred from other Board were closed Wednesday owing to
tructed to send ,such young men oonalblllty concerning them except de-- of the American Legion will meetIn made to the War Fund of the Red that the farmer have been to Bradford County for examination the death of Mrs. Van H. Priest's :

and women home and If they re- to return them should, it was be returned ltv "but" 'Tuesday, March 9, Cross for 1943- was given by the throwing away." Several persons : mother. Mrs. Otello Noegel of "t' ,', ,

fuae. they are to take them home Ided that they Corporation at ';::30 p M. Some very important -:City Council at its Tuesday night who' operate dehydrating plant Emerson Davis Handy Wlllard Madison, was buried at 2:30 !*, ', ; !I

and report the' matter to their to the Americana collect "as matter are to b acted I meeting. It donated $25 to the have contacted him. wanting to Lansing Jordan Domenico Car- M. Wednesday and the Starke "
and by freight be men Chlsena, Marvin William stores were closed out of respect '
parents of course boy letter of February and it I I. urged that every I know what price they can
their upon Cause.
KM .who work, will not be molested requested 15th.In" member be present bought at, In Starke or Palatka. Ro
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PAQH TWO BKADFUKD COU1WY TKLKGRAPII. 8TARK8, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH ift t
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rte McLeod of Lake Butler, were stationed In Mississippi.
ft All Over The World visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N Kelly Mrs. James Cason and children

: and &. >. and .Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and daughter l) I d

iN $: Saturday. were shopping In Gainesville
l SSS53 I :Mrs. H. B. Kelly and lon Thursday.
I Johnny Mac. were visiting friends Staff Sgt :Malcolm Lewis la
and relatives In Jacksonville Mon- spending a 14-day furlough with
k 1 P 1Y' t Author "How Win Frfends- .
4 of to
N'J day. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. ,
I Mra O. E. Crosby and children.. Lewis. His) new station Is Fort and Influence People."
Sherman and Beverly Jo, Miss: Hancock, N. J. .
Doris Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. C. c.1 Mrs. Lee Green and Mra. Rosa
Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Plnholster were hopping; in
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Kelly were among those visiting Gainesville Wednesday.John .
t Mrs. Otis Crawford at Lake Shore Pinholster made a business
A FUTURE WONIn
Hospital In La* A JOB LOST,
.1 ;e City' Sunday. trip to Jacksonville on Tuec-
Mrs. J. R. Kelly and children, 1915 a young man in Birmingham England went tot
Kathryn and Robert, were visiting day.Pfc.. Resale Colson or Moody a walk. That walk, changed Iris life. It made him a rich
Mrs. A. L. Driggers and family Field and Mrs. Colaon are ,spending man. His name was Frank Irving Fletcher.
in Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. a few days with their respec- Crossing a railroad track, he saw a scrap of newspaper
//di 'e etft and. Mrs.. Frank Norman tive parents ." which was being blown about by the wind. He idly pick
and Mrs. W. T. Crosby made, a Mr. and M&'HugliRahn and it up; was about to throw it down; then looked at it
business trip to Jacksonville ,last daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. J. :Mott carefully; a want-ad page from a newspaper. He needed'morel!';
Wednesday\ of' Ralford and Larry Mott ofHigh a Job, so he read the ads one by one.
Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mrs. Beulah Springs were guests Sundayof He found one that appealed. Then he looked sharp]
Kelly made a business trip to their mother, Mrs. Jim Mott. The job was in New York. But it was the kind of job hi
Waldo Monday. Mr. and Mrs G. B. Colson were wanted. The salary was $18 a week. :
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. But New York was 3,000 miles away! The glow faded
'i'LA.STATE FARM F., F. Flume In Starke Sunday. '
and
from Fletcher's eyes. Fears misgivings:: swept Over
fly E. 'R. Bouvier him. Suddenly his spine stiffened. He'd go to New York1' '
PINE LEVEL and five days later
FAREWELL SUPPER He borrowed some money was on
By Mrs. II. M. McRae in New York practically broke. When j
Last Wednesday evening, Mr. a boat landing ht
and Mrs. J. O. Godwin were hostsat Rev. and Mrs. W E. Hall and went after that job he had come 3,000 miles to. get, it !h ut

'W a farewell supper honoring, Mrs. James Sweat, all of Green been taken. ,
Jimmie Rltct) 'as he was leaving Cove Springs were dinner 'guestsof Fletcher set his teeth; put his head down, and charge
Fr:day to b'e.gin training: at Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae Result a job, at $10 a week. Now he could eat! '
Handing.: In the living room Monday on their way home after Two weeks later he got a better 'lob, at $12; pretty sow
quantities of calendulas were used attending church at Statenvllle: another at $15; then one at $18; all in two months! 'Tin I
and the dining table was centered Ga.Mr. I Thompson-Starrett Company, Inc., a great construct
with! a very attractive arrange- and Mrs. T. N. Norman and firm, advertised for a secretary Fletcher applied. He WII
ment of pear blossoms and blue son, Gerald, of Gum Branch were competing 'with a string of other applicants,,but his aitrf! '
candles. The guests served themselves dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. invincible confidence what he had to offer-the mark
to a delicious buffet sup- Wesley McRae Sunday.Mr. the born salesman-got him the Job.A .
and Mrs. Russell McRae
per.
few months later the company wanted an adverb
Games and conversation were and little daughter Linda Gale, and they told Fletcher to look around for one. ,
Ing man
and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae all
enjoyed by the.guests who were: ,
He wanted the job for himself, but he had never wnttaj
of Starke, were visiting H. M.
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Ritch Mr.
He knew it would
about it.
ad knew nothing not *
an ;
McRae and family Sunday after
:
and Mrs. H. Rlcharde, Mr. and
I the slightest good to say he could fill the job. He would have
Mrs. J. P. Warren, Mr. and Mrs.
noon.Mr. it. He decided to write sample ads to show then
O. L. Partney, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. And Mrs. Eldon Sapp and to prove
Kite, Mr. and Mra. W. N. North, son, Rudolph, of Gum Branch He knew the policy of the company, but he didn't knn
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Mills were dinner guests of Mr. and their writing style so he got !all the back ads he could find
Rose Lee Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday.A. and studied them. He sat up all night, and produced sixty);
N. Sternberg' and Mr.: and Mra.Junlua J. Harnage of Miami spent short snappy ads. He turned them in to one of the officials
Smith of Starke. The Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. saying he believed he had a knack for ad-writing and asked
honor guest was presented witha B. M. McRae. him to read them. The official read them and was M.
gift of Yardley's: toiletries. !. Remember the services at Pine pleased that he got into his car and drove to the addresser,
Level this week-end. of two other executives to show the ads to them. Fletchit!
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Frazee and '
got the job. Salary 2500.
children, Morgan and Betty, of BOA TURAIN
"The Greatest Mother"Somewhere Jacksonville, were Sunday din-
By Mrs. Z. Z. Griffla
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Morrell were visiting Mrs. Callle friends and relatives for tte
Caldwell. Harold Boree and Melvin Pre-I Galney Sunday. l I I kindness In the death of our It

on some distant battlefield, Somewhere, today, an American ser- Our community was greatly vatt of Jacksonville and Bill Clarkof Mrs. Margaret Batten and Mrs.I i tie daughter and also for I ib
saddened by the passing of :Mr. Gainesville were guests of Mr. Edith Batten of Theressa were beautiful flowers.Mr. .'
an American soldier will be wounded in viceman needs help. He may be at a dis- Bromfield, Thursday; Feb. 23. He and Mrs. C. A. Griffis Sunday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sidney I and Mrs., C. A Griff

action today. He may be your son. Or tant domestic camp or base, on a ship at sea, had been..employed here for sev- Mrs. E. E. Lee and children, E. Grlffls Wednesday.Mrs. .
in an unfriendly prison camp. He may be eral years and was well liked by Z. and Maxine, of Bethel were Mary Prescott and sons,I
the laughing, tow-headed kid that only yes- almost anywhere. all who knew him. Interment was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kenneth and Robert, and Mrs.
In Evergreen Cemetery, Jackson- Galney'Monday. Ines Covlngton of Lake Butler
terday lived in a house down the street.
Wherever he is, there also is the villa, Friday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Buck Woods of Jacksonville were visiting Mr*. W. E. Greene
,- Rwnember? American Red Cross offering him its many F. W. Ellis of Hazel Hurst, was a, guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C A.. Grlffls ,recently.
Miss., Mrs. J. B. Alexander of and Mrs. Albert Grlffia.Mrs. .
II t Strong but tender hands will carry him resources. Whether his problem is personal, Louisville Ky. sisters of Mr. Mildred Grlffls and babies, CARD OF THANKS

back to an Arm&dressing statoin.'' A blood physical, mental or financial the,Red Cross Bromfield, and Mrs. Caldwell Reed Doyce and Jerome, and Miss Opal We wish to thank our many
stands ready to assist him and his family. of Pensacola, A niece, were guests
transfusion may be required to'save his of Mrs. P.. p; ... Fancier for sev-
Even the barbed wire enclosures of prison
eral days last week.
life-blood contributed to the American Red
camps are no barrier to the Red Cross. Jas. Bromfield and Mr. Gash of !

Cross by thousands of. Americans back Through its affiliation with the Interna- Brevard. N. C., were guests of 1JNitliln9
Mr. and Mrs M. E. Griner Thursday
,; home. tional Red Cross Committee, it breaches all and Friday.B. .iJArSti4

ri 1 He will bebrough.t_ to a base hospital hatreds to bring food, articles of comfort, A. Busbee of Lake Geneva
f and to re-establish the line of communication was a visitor here Wednesday.
:'!where Army nurses, recruited by the American Miss Betty Jean Robinson took
between the and his
military prisoner
w' Red Cross, will dress his wounds. Sympathetic advantage of the school holidays .You can
loved at home.
ones. last week to visit her parents
'} Red Cross workers.will advise his At the disposal of every American serviceman Mr. and Mrs. Merrill' Robinson in

family of his progress, and, as he convalesces "'are Red Cross field directors in the Jacksonville Mrs. Bryan Whltfield, accom- : spot it every timenpHE

other Red Crews workers will help war front,.ho'me service workers in the,local panied b y 'Roberta Whltfield,

speed his'recovery. chapters and millions of volunteers. Mary Esther Jo Crews and ,Lila Lorena Rae Caldwell Moncrief, dry cold atrand the exertion of skiing bring a mighty,

Thus, the Red Cross serves the service- and Margaret Stringfellow attended ,JL thirst. Ask an expert ski instructor: what's the perfect

tf a, o man. the G. 'S. O. business meeting drink to find at the end of a ski run. Ice-cold
of the U. S. O. Sunday afternoon
0 at Starke. { Coca-Cola. For, ice-cold Coca-Cola not only

:Somewhere tonight an American boy is Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Bristol of \, I quenches thirst it adds refreshment.
longing ,lIe Gainesville were guests of their
for home. be in bomb- I-
may
Somewhere, sometime, dis aster will eon, L. R. Bristol Sunday. Dr. W : A quality drink made
scarred London-in far-off Australia, in a Bristol comes here frequently to the quality way
Pacific,jungle or on a North African desert. strike some community. It may be your address the Inmates at the prison :Gt t, f' ,. Coca-Cola offers, all the 'difference between -

But his heart and mind will be back in town ravaged by storm and flood or auditorium..Mrs. J. M. Maxwell of Jackson something truly refreshing and just

the States, at the home fireside. He will enemy action. villa was the week-end guest of :t rf something to drink. A special blend of

long to pat' the head of a frisky pup;, to When that disaster strikes, the Red Mr. and. and Mrs.Mra.L. A.J. Wiggins.Mr. A. Bouvier. flavors gives it a taste all its own.CocaColahad

; laugh again with the girl who awaits his Cross the one to which always have t4
t you Miss Betty McRae and Patricia to be good to get where it is.
return; to live the life of a civilized man. contributed-will be on the job. It will feed McRae visited'' Mr. and Mrs. C. A.

If he can, he will go to the American and shelter the suffering. If necessary, it week-end.McRae at Patricia Mcintosh concluded'ber over the Your own experience many a refreshing

Red Cross club. It won't be the home for tells the
experience best
is the
will help to rebuild their town, their homes. visit of more than a month with e you always
which he longs. It will be only a substitute'an her grandparents.Mrs. better buy.
-- antidote for loneliness. But there he The Red Cross will be there because it A. M. Rlcharde, Mrs. H.
M. Rlcharde and children Jane R'M
,
will find welcome American is part of the made of .
a warm an community up people and Henry, are spending several

style meal a_comfortable bed. lie may lie representative of the community. 'When days In Jacksonville Wartime limits the supply of Coa-Cota. Those rime

down 'to write a letter to the folks back the period of emergency; ends it will still be tertalned Mi' and the'Mrs\former'.1:,M.,Bradley brotherinlaw ;en when you cannot get It, remember Coke being firat

home. lie will find entertainment to relieve there-on the job.Somewhere and sister Mr. and Mrs. H.- choice Mil out fin*. Ask for It each dine.f .

"; his mind of the thoughts that pass E. Bowman of Buford, Ga., over

:through the minds of homesick men. the week-end. .

He may be at some distant outpost, far BROOKER as e1 Y' / ,

removed from that Red Cross club. But every minute of the hour, :
By Mrs. H. J. D--
tonight or the next night, the Red Cross every hour of the day, every day of the

will come to him, bringing with it relief year, the Red Cross helping someone. RED CROSS sa
The ladles met as ,usual on
from, the boredom and horror of war. Won't you help, too? Thursday for their regular Red ; '
_____ __ _n Cross
sewing, and made 20 kits
and seven skirta. A drive has
SUNNY
BROOK FARMBy
also been started for funds. Those
The Bradford County Telegraph Mia Arsol Crosby who will donate any amount may

NEW ARRIVAL I give their donations to Mrs. E. C.
{ .tabll.hed 1821MBiVtBSR Pfe. and Mrs. Otis Crawford I Long: Mrs.: L. L. Parker and Miss
Lubedla Plnholster. Please
announce the birth of a girl. Feb. see
these ladles and do
25. at the Lake Shore Hospital In your part.

*FtoRmPRESS AssociAnoNNAJIQfttLEDrTORlALASSOClAIlCN\ Lake City. Both mother and babyare mimm y.>.PARTY'' i
doing nicely Mrs. Crawford On Tuesday' Feb. 23, Mrs. W. "Ice-colJ Coca-Cola" Irt thernj ,. -, V ) was, prior to her' marriage Miss C. Crosby 'entertained In honor Ice and >now! But any ski enthusiast a
.. Arsula Crawford. of her daughter, Marjorie Faye, will tell you that' when
l It's mighty welcome.Coke'
I C.: L. Matthew .______ Editor!: sail Owner Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brown of on her tenth birthday. After several baa what It take for real O
Starke were guests of the for- games were played and prizes ;g refreshment. e / /
mer' mother, Mr*. Arle Brown were awarded the winners, the C
SUBSCRIPTION KATE Sunday. little guests were served birthday :

;; Yearly, U.75; 'Six Montha, $1.00 Mian Route Drlggeri of Lake cake received and Ice cream. MarjorieFaye e5':,
many lovely gifts
Butler waa. the house guest of ,
for which she thanked her little
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. The best is
friend
the
rubUahed Weekly on Fridays and Entered .. See and :Mrs. J. R. Kelly. last week. always better buy I
Pfc. Otis Crawford, of Camp Lt. O. M. Hall !
la
oul ClaM Stutter at the Poet Office at Starke Fla. here to spenda
IY
STARKEa
;( Breckenridge, Ky.. and Mrs. Dor- furlough! with his fanflly.! He COcZcOLA''BofHjNG

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. EWTORIAI4 STAFF I Observation Tower Offers .Senior Biographies Vox Pop, Jr. Red Cross Parade StagedBy

|or-ln-chlef! ____ Idalou Davis II
Dear Editor:
ONIE MAE STARLING
La Virginia Sewell

Elmer --.... June Bloss I On May 6, 1023, Qnle Mae was How can I get; a wheel or blcy- BHS Students Monday

|Uor club Reporter_____.--.- Patsy Keen, Real Service In War WorkIt born In HawthotixijJTj'lorlda., She cle: to ride? I have walked so .
much that I have worn out all my
for two
ety .. ,--- Alice June Harding only lived in Hawthorn The American 'Red Cross War patriotic selections and togethei,

J News __-__.. Jewell Powell I Is for those persons' who heed It. We are proud that manyof years. From there she went to shoes. In case you rationed.didn't know, Fund Drive began Monday with .with the flags and banners it all

: want1 with this great I our students are serving In thla La Crosse where she began school. shoes are being ,'
nub'...-,-.:.-.y'LelsNewsomeaphles to help out Gertie. the aid of Bradford High School. created quite a fovoralle I ipres.
.. ... Eva Fay Calney world conflict that this article work,..but there is definitely room i Then she moved to Graham and Ambling Ed- rlon.
Under the supervision of :Mrs. i
Martha Marfcey, I Is Intended. After all, It Is for for more. Are we going to put completed the fifth J grade. Since Dear Ambling: Oertla: American War Fund Drive:
ward Burns a parade was plannedIn
Squad _____ Shirley Colley those people that we are off the end ,of the war by refusing the school In Graham goes only May I say that bicycles Unless are also which a great many of our what" doe that ifaean to the msjortty -

Thomas 11&l1t1l1&1 to do ? "Those who the fifth grade, she bad a being rationed. you
____ Clarice They are the loyal our duty through I
id l ---*- don't know students participated. Includingthe of people around In our
refuse to the for free- to to B. H. S. have a priority I
claf Fea.turea ___ Nina Bishop country.: pay price chance come
what to advise to do. You I school band. community? It 'should mean a
Edwards Marjorie Gilder In a recent nation-wide address' dom cease to be men." While attending Bradford High you I'
na are entitled to three pair of shoes The parade started ,In front of lot, because It Is upon the Red
by Madam Chiang Chi Sheck, first Mrs. Grace Walnwrlght. the where she la now a senior, she
If that Isn't enough "go the main school building and was Cross that a great many peoplein
lady of China. she stated It la "the chief observer has done a grand has been interested In foot- a year. .
very
EDITORIALTEARS barefooted." I 'don't think led by the band under the lead- the world depend. The peopl.
you
seemingly unimportant things Job keeping the tower going thus ball., Never missed a game If I of Virginia Sewell. Then of Greece have been receiving.
ership
LIKE- that are so vital to us now." In I far but she can not be expectedto she could help it. Also she liked, Couldn't are as bad be off just as a you little say.bit followed the Girl Scouts with help from this organization for

these times when we are asking do It alone. She, needs observers basketball. She played on the you
greatest mother In the lazy their leader, :Mrs. Lemuel Colson. almost two years now. The necessity
The e'can do to and It seems that the required -
what A help,
ourselves
the American Red Cross, 1940-41 team. -Editor.. Behind the girls marched the Boy has arisen and we have to
,
?: new drive In which out It might be a good Idea for number could be easily secured Onle Mae k likes swimming, Scouts with their leader Rev. help our own boys in the service -
a -
begun from the list ,of loyal
raise the necessary aInts us to concentrate right here at brunette boys, especially the one Dear Editor Allen. The American flag was who are fighting for free-
will
Americana that We have living
-
to carry on Its Important home before we become dlacourag- In England; dislikes conceited people I am a Sophomore boy and I am unfurled to the March breeze and dom. The Red Cross will look
.
| Bradford County has as- 'ed and say that there Is nothing among us.Here's and going to sjhool (Imaginethat troubled with a blonde girl in the then came the Red Cross ban- after them but first we must fix
k. chance and might big
led quota of 6000. I which we as young people can a a !) seventh grade. She Just insistson ners. To top It off Coach Riser It so that they will be able The
a to In
one serve a n Important
It's .to take'' some roalk ,do to help out. branch all who Upon finishing school this year liking me and I don't know selected two platoons from his quota for Bradford County Is
going Observation Tower, and people are
of everybody In The Army ,Mrs. she plans to train for secretarial how to get rid of her when she Phy. Ed. classes to march and 16,000. Now Is a chance for
the part Interested asked to see
are
on which has to do with the spotting '
to meet that sum., She will assign work; that Is. until the war Is follows me. Do you know of a thla added a military\ touch. The everybody to help out and assure
county of all passing Walnwrlght. gladly
and reporting Red the life of such worthwhile Investment
bearing the a
over. After this she has greater ? glrla wore cups "
the Red good way
that
Is no doubt a regular shift and give instructions ,
re planes. Is one of the greatest opportunities plans. They must be connectedwith A SophomoreDear Cross emblem and tire boys wore which: means no much '#
I
deserving for throughout about how the work .Is
which
Is In
around here
911 England. arm bands also bearing the., em- to those who are in need. Pledge< ;.
its services are un- well the carried on. Sophomore; .
globe the young people aa as are needed now to boost "th
ted. We noW have an opporIty old can participate. It Is purely A note to old -observers: Please Well, Onle Mae we are sure I hardly know what to say. You blem. advanced through I! greatest Mother In the world" ,j
As the parade ,
to participate In this drive. voluntary work but Its importance remember that the tower Is a that you have what It takes and don't want to offend her unlessit I
the American Red Crous '
band
the many
matter how imall the amount. In reference to our safetycan place of business and any mark- we hope that the "greater plans"cause is absolutely necessary Try town played L
"
ther It be 10, 15. 50 cents or not be overstressed. It seems Ings on the walls which may be you no trouble and you will Ignoring her for awhile and see I "

Hollar, we will have the satiation that .It would be possible for almost made'through thoughtlessness are I reap the harvest. what happens. I can well under I doing an excess amount of bltln the llodiroH.! unknown dtcras.I helm. aim at the I"w'.f unknown J. "W .',,. ,

of knowing that we have In this town to help a. definite disgrace to the tower. stand your not wanting her tOo lately. I I heirs at law ,,f O! M. Ppurknmn Ifllvlnir '

I evryone MARGIE LEE ATKL. trail about. Let know the Take for Instance Imogene N., and I If dead, are unknownto
worthy cause. be careful about me
itrlbuted to a out with this If not on a regular Also let us more you I the riiilntlff and that th..r. U

[haps someday we might need shift, surely, as a substitute. Yet, disposing of our trash and waste And the band played on, but I it outcome. who la getting entirely too much no person In the Hlat of Florid

and left behind on July 3, 1025 li Editor. mall from Miami. I haven't found in* service of a nubpoona upon
j help of this organization I when a call for volunteers is Issued paper. The tower dOes not aa yet 'I whom would bind the IWtndant

liave a feeling we would be there are only a few who furnish janitor service. Wauchula. Florida, one of our --, out who the lucky guy U yet but'I or either of them.

I.MV thankful that they are very accomplished musicians Mar Dear Editor: I will you just wait and see. I IT HI 't'11lr.np.Onfl1: onnmnKn: ...,

.e U'J to give aid. Let's talk-,It up- highlight of the occasion. Ide gle Lee Patch Margie, a brunette I am an ardent reader of you Another of "Cupid's" recent victims and that the wife 1,'"Jane',-ndllnt.Jonas John, th K* Jone terra* v :'I'

long ourselves and eee, If wefc't 9th Grade Boys I Landrum and Betty Ann Flynn with brown eyes and raven column and I thought maybe you Is Betty T. She had, for i a Jane bring used to designate. the >t', fl '

generously. It might tresses, came to usafter'lpend- couKl tell me what to do. It's the visitor, not so many nights ago< I' wit. of John K: Jones II. It. Hobnon .t
give of the In our room (those Inseparable GUI Scouts) at spend And of West Point's future .tu- ""till wll... Kannle rlobeun, H w tt., ,
|a good Idea for grades to give Some boys bavin' the time of their liveparadln' ing 11 years Chipley-to. old problem of a triangle. one I' I 1101''''' and wi'. Hvelyn lI"dM' I"

1 unit. I can't think of atier who have left school are: unllorms. her senior year. I'm in the middle. I don't care< dents. namely-Perry Galney. ., Jennie Maud )llotlare, .' thJ *!.t
their colored
a In of"JP. ,
thing for a class to do or Leo Cooper Gone to- work in gay Likes and dlallkatt usually fine anything about girls and I do< Betty H. seems to have "Got unknown JJ ti"li'.i'I decenasd heir !'at"i1"1:,r''b.; unknown w, \ ?\(,

effort that would be' more ap- Miami. Fred Dickman and Mack Futc! a place In everyone's life; BO I It wish that two In particular would of love for the Navy." The letter! h.lrs at law of C.: M ttparkmsn hI

Andrews-Joined the Air leave alone. What can she gets come from the little) II living an,1 It tend, n"al".1 their, "j" :
T of me
the A.
dated than contributing to aho do have the "knack" fopltchln' Is with Margie's. "Music most yoi unknown b..lr. at law, I.'tc.ttees. d. .;:

Verlcan Red Cross. They need corp: Pitched one for all," she says is her like. The suggest to make 'em lay off T black-haired sailor. I vie...., .r itranteci. Ct' ..II'.... p.r..n" ,'I, '
Hall Gone to New parties. Question of the Month! "Whc "Ialrnlnll'' by.' through or 'under theaid .;I'
i money. Raymond Episcopal League las' week and only dislikes which she specifier Squash.dDear .. Drfenilnnte or either .., them, "

-I.. L.. D. York ,City. members a-rearln for an are Latin and History. Squashed: blonde freshman is just cR-razy: .nd any and all persona claiming- I. "
are any right' title or Internet. I In and I""
In the named ?
Bailey Wilkinson. other. After graduation Margie plan; You are In a pickle. I hardly; about a corporal "Duvey"A to the following deecrlned property '

Army. know what to tell to da. Coca-Cola to the first persa l/.lnj/ and. b"lnlf< In Hradford County, t I"
lome to take a business course, but ai you .,
EC. Gleanings railed ahedded tears to Lori "'''''': more particularly deHurlh. "
Gone to Camp I that
Lewis Smith yet she doesn't know just what to Have you tried telling them-In i a that answers one. cii i as follow*, to-wit :
Crews and easily guessed wa I
Wanda, is right In the mlddl Prom a point where the '
( It, la another two Roosevelt., she Is now training to bi nice was of COUI-BO-- -that you Routh
well here do for : .
about Herbert. Hate to disappoint boundary of the NW\% of SBVI of Y
home lot of confusion. She Is
of
We had an interesting don't like ? Or doeim't that a tryIng -
girls Section :
eks have gone Dy and they you B. H. S. wolves buhea a telephone operator. Whicheverway 2a't'1": Township s Hnuth !
the other day to decide who's gonna' be itftiige profnvN the lOist f
room program work? You could just downright
be
flown. The holidaysmed follow, Margie just
July have his fair Damsel you edge of the
comln' back to flight of Way of ;
Bob Turner who. Out of the four she .
which was gotten up by I refuse to have anything to di can t".u"' "ol"l. .
to have helped the stunts fron sure that the best wishes from No. l.t: run NorthstHirlrly '
at least George Oliver and Jerome and you know the story claMs with with them. That's the best I can pick one and picking that one I i I. along iii.i' H'llht' of Way ;.;,,\;
wonderfully or the senior go you. '
there. ; : 1H\! '' .t. thence lOad 10 fet to '. .
The was a quiz. turning out to be no picnic .1
Johns. program do Int "
tell ->; bea-lnnlnir thenre t ,
it's what they me. -- S'i0 if.
of Seniors, on asking
Several of our boys were contestants Speaking Editor,. have ceased to wade I am now : ItT feet! thenn North, ;' ,
]f I understand correctly Mrs. were con- a few of them what their favorite CII'ltLl'ltKEU: swimming! feel thence We.t 711 feet 'to "i ., ',
and the questions of football heroes, Knot edjre. of h.. Illarht of
[Rae Is leaving us this week. cerning current affairs. Bobby dream was, I got these replies: One our In Dear Editor: We of the third period Horn of said Atnt Road No 11 ,ihencj ,

f! How we are gonna miss this the contest. James B.-dating Betty Grable- Charles Parker, was born EC. Clans are sorry that Mn, I ofUtw'tJIly."l.onw.v"al'1 lll"n' *
very
Edwards won I what little
a <
Campville Florida.- He has play- My my droopy Sooth U
st lovable person. We students Herbert Prince, and Robert Sapp Why James! Lois NewsomMUk.Ing column have Why don't McRae Is leaving us., During the *? f..t 10 the point of, bK4n.. S
on1 bur "Tornado"team' you you -
hi I really feel lost without herS a cow--nobble C.-Making i a ed football 'nine., The a>lH>v* parcel of land 14b
are getting up a. program for 'for three y" 'rs. It' Is the do something to make it inter semester which she taugh ua, we lnir "llu.l..d, In the NWU. 01 T- s
with her most movie with Paul lIenreldDeWlttCrawford.Flgbtlng ,
every morning feel that have accomplish % .53 %
we t Hl5JJK0ln<
Home Room. ? Your letters too : n.
eating
InterestedIn. are just
Is moat
llrad/oru
that he IJniit ft
f'erful ways. Ob. well we stu- and killing i aden sport bit In of ,
learning more :
We were unable to get our dreary. Why don't you inject a quite a ounty Florida:: and oelnaall -(
of luck for lIonaYou're big brute,
t>ts wish the best was returned of a* cheerful note In awhile the art of Home Making under fence at Ihl. time niTonn. ,
she class pins so the money B. Beini he moved to a.t I once talnln100 of 1 '
When Hampton
and hope that someday DeWitt Marguerite however that sore inure
The 9th Just Curious We feel sure, WI!r or lea.. ,
bl I visit again. to the students. serenaded by Gene Autrey-Allc< the age of three weeks there ,
us in a will like our new teacher very do appear herein on the 6lh dar J)' tt
We have been studying point grade Is going to perform June says lastly but not leastly must have been some special, at- Dear Curious: much and sincerely hope that she of April A. D, Uta to the Hill of '1
j called "Crime Consclous",1ntbe I that this column -I Complaint: of the said 1'':. A. Taylor i> f''
play hecouldn't am
her favorite dream in being In a traction because It seems that very sorry .
.
Cloning and I think by. now the cast: will like ua. filed against them In the offl,.. ,.f I. ,, ,
As
I near'future yet When he does not please you but the Clerk' tiC the
dense Jungle cornered bya dozeD stay away. was Circuit Court In C
to
ne of us know how to go a In addition to lOlling a teacher, and for Dr..d/ord ,
has not been selected. please feel assured that we are County, Floridaand <
Fort!
and begin weeks old he went to
rattlesnakes just as they five
Ire and buy anything that'sIble. we have also loot one of our new that this order b* "..bU..h.,<1 ,

That Is If It'. buyable. Oh.II. closing in she wakes up. How Pierce where he stayed only six doing our best. The students est class-mates. Eddie I: Lou Ward, LnnV:':.nIi"d.fo': b:County- ,in Telegrapb:' *., \ >
write the letters and r' n
we answer
It's good to know we can Ima Snooper utterly utterly g r e wsome ole months before he returned to who recently moved here from County, Florida once a week. for -,

111 girl. Cant you dream up some Hampton. This time, while at them as best we can. If you Jaclul l1vllle. We Mills her four ann**,,ullv. Werka before the
eat. very; r.t un day stated. In this '
wonderful-these vacations : have would order and
Ah-tls' thing a' little more pleasant. Hampton. he attended school for any suggestions we much. not h'*, I

Ve are proud to have as our are swell-Snoop's all restedup 1 I Hear that perfectly swell Dlnat nine years. Soon afterward he be very glad to listen. How do Collette T. WITNEBH my hand and the neal I :'

teacher Miss Daphne NormanI and rarln' to go. bringing you Shore' recording of "You'd Be S came ai
the week out at Crystal Lake wltlBetty's February, A. r) 1943 Htark. \.'
I that She will like our 'ole I I ; 1
hope
from dear Editor.
and views and .
news Nice To Come Home To. Sure resides. f'0"11'1' "'SL1'
tool and Starke very much. mother who is Ill. I hear lOFFTriAi, HIJAL J. ', *. "
Bradford High.Question wish I had someone waiting for There Is only one thing that they had quite a time. (Clerk flrvult Court. Ilrndfortl' <
lo Hum. I guess It's high time of the Week t Whatwon't Dear Editor: ('... Florida. t ,
unty a-19
me at the white picket fence .at likes besides 41 3-li t
btt
Charles especially Well I'll be a-going but I'll
tut a stop to soimuch'gosslpln'l 7 First they Jordan, Uisonby A Dell Attorney \\
Can solve
ration next you help me my 'I;
they In' scooter i
I by on me
came scamp football tb1H,\ ;>"good looking a-comlng back. I ,"
|I got to work. See you In the and tires and problem? I like a boy much -: ;
took away our gas after a hard day of bustlln women"; he dislikes.conceited. very Betty PO', |l r4 tlHfllT C;;TTlIT; BMAMrotlll ';,,11
];t edition (I hope). walk-now they take but he is so I hardly {' STY, .
told us to around for bits of bold and bawdy people.. .w queer. ; KI.OIIIOAI. IV (PItS'' I -I! ,
So long., we can't even know how to talk to him. To t. lfl IT. I
shoes top
so ,1'
-- ,."Susie" away our go. //llp. Sure would be nice- After being graduated from Mnrvllee. Held. Plaintiff ".. Cor. ,

walk From now on Just call ho, hum. this Institution of,,., learning, he It off he seems to be Interestedin 10-G News nrlioi, Reid O".n..nt.. faV"nKR ... N.. I 'It.'. !I
:::oe. l' ,1I 1
from the another Il ,
me "barefeet Bessie" Hear the Creative Writing thinks that he might attend Camp girl. OF PtTfiLICATION 'tji Ii
"Well whatta ya' know, I just
>ok Of The Week bu tl1n. Boomtown. By the way, Class is puttln on a play entitled"Assorted Rooiievelt and major in radio. If,' Worried Sick. back from a vaudeville show." I OK : ': Tf APPEAR .. .I IHTATE .
FLOKIDA
got / Car.nelli '
If anyone Is Interested I'll ,trade Ladles In a Jam." II perchance he la called to the Dear Worried Sick: ,. Held. .. residence tot! I I. it ,
I and oh I a good; time was and li 'Yho. ; '
ELIZABETH SKEFFINGTON you a No. 17 sugar coupon for you need any help, children. army before he enrolls he will You are being very foolish and UeM. Street. ChnrleHton. B. c 't'| .1 j'.::!
be all. These ,
enjoyed by You .
are reqr.'t tn
Is The next gonna appear on
his week the book' chosen me favorite gas ticket. Snoop is right at your service. J take up radio there. He might Juvenile. How can you have anythlng" Sophs are still working hard as April 6th, 1043 In the above named' vi 1 t'Court

lily a sort of biography telling thing you know they'll be taking don't know about the lady part,, even take 'hla radio training in In common to talk about I and oau"*. wherein plaintiff: >j'\
ever on their program for snrk. divorce, Ilradford. Countr,
Jit happened to Elizabeth, Skef- the shirt off Snoop's back; but I'm always In some kind of a Camp Roosevelt and then make with a person like that? If he the work. Telegraph shall puhll.h thin Order

ton when she was fifty years Brethren this Is TOTAL war. Jam. himself more useful after enlisting Isn't Interested in you my advice assembly. Keep up good In neat four weekly Inane. :

Up until the time of her Speakln' of ratlonln', worked so Well. this mesa I'ma wrltln' is I in the Service. la to forget him and look aroundFor I Arllne We and you'll get somewhere out sad Wltniiii at Htarke my, )hand'lurld and. Ihie offlrUtOFKTCIAL 1I'.b., ,r, ;

sickness when all her hair ration tother' just couldn't figure why rUIIv itch lilIa, ,, I
the point else. There \
hard at gettin as pointless as me point While are thinking of your somebody area :<.
you of hated to come ( r.' ,
tome our girls tllCA A J. Thomas ,
1 fallen out and she bought a day I've got a sudden and very ratlonln' book's gonna be In a goal remember our motto "Strivefor lot of nice boys In this school school Aa Clerk of ald Court J

she was the most beautiful\ bad case of ratlonln' board blues. .*.w weeks. merit and attain success" and who would make better friends back to Thursday. They T Frank I..nd.um. Hlarke Fla, I

liture in the world and all the Has anyone a remedy so I can recuperate --Snooper. you are sure to gather the fruitsof than your "queer chap" good must time have the undoubtedly throe days had before.a Atty. for Pit. _. 1.1. 4t a.u t"1

'Sho
klemen! fascinated like?
were Just right quick Editor !
'N' ("R'I'IT
your effortsRICHARD IOIIIT. "OF'ORII i
lh her. Now all she can think was efficient the way they carriedthe -- IOh well, personally I was mighty :;OiIs'rV, ""...ollm"f dials-; ,
NewsIn -
Senior Class : I back Into the lOll :\j
hast could Dear Editor: to get groove V.
I Is Mr. Skeffington who p. r. off. Doubt Iful WOODWARD I 118nlon Mayeauz' P I a I ntiff "., \ .

divorced from her for aboutpen done ,It better meself. last St. Patrick'sDay hsmapoiti! again. thel; Mayeaux. Defendant. Ca.. ,
have meeting Friday
p our class It was almost :
Now for the wonder why dept. No. 1841pnr )'
mind favorite but the world doesn't know It,II ,
year To get her Dropped out to me morning, we discussed the matter to be exact, March 15, 1926. I letters from >KR or pirnucATioN ''
of him all they Gold Head I try and try 'Jean gets so many I AND NOTICK:! TO APJ'JOAItltITATIO -
she goes to see tompln' ground. of the annuals.. One of the students -that Richard Woodward was "
on but when no one sees my effortI that certain person and each letter OF FLOrUO tOI JClbet <<,I ,
and
men who were so Infatuated other Sunday ran Smith He not Mayeax. ,
Branch. asked Mr.' to come born In New Orleans. was 1
;
|n her before her recent Illness few local lads and lassies enjoyln" his comments. He Louisiana for he arrived stay home and cry. ; had the same thing written lou a,. required to appear on I
a In and give long In I
It. April (th. 1(43. In the above. named ,
I tall That la why, I'm writing to on I' .
ch one Is very much disturbede the quiet solitude of told us the.dlfflculties and If we 'I In Tallahassee In time to begin I you Barbara K. In so studious. Court and cause. wherein pl..llff. ','., t

| he sees how much older trees. running waters and green wanted an annual we would have schooL The sixth grade received Please tell me what Unknown to do poet.? I Clarice and Pansy talk so locke PeUirraph v'.hCia: puhliMh,Ilradford: (hi.County Order: ) 1 i ,' f F

zabeth has grown overnight.en grass. Among the plcnlcken to work hard for it. Even then I him "here in Starke and he baa In next four weekly leeue.. ';"

all her former suitors have were:' Freddie, Bunion. Margaret., we may not get one before school been here ever since. Dear Undiscovered: I much? ieal Wltneee my hand and official'... .\, ,
,
Jewell rm that efforts are in Lora and Arllne can't seem toget at III.rk" Fiorids. tbl. F. 'I
own her down she then'.reas Judy. Earl .Lorene. BUly. ,, la out due to difficulties of print- Evidently our reticent Richard sorry you and Monteeno .uar" I 81 h., 1943. "1.

what a fool she has made of and Com r. Spotted a few oi the 1nJ:. I was in a frivolous mood when vain. ; Marion Garnlta. (OFFICIAL 55A1.. ) A..1. Themes I!
A. Clerk of said Court.
rjelf trying to remain young. A same crowd .(they seem to stick A committee was chosen out he stated his likes for this writIng It seems such a terrible, awful Those do right.Brooker like to talk_ P.1 3, K Perryman IIla.k.I"a.. Ally '" J JM I ,
girls
pain of hers fixes things be- together. don't they?) around at of the Senior class for sponsoring but be enumerated them ai shame, 0 much in Industrial Geog.clam? lor Pit. __ I.U ft 1.12 '< "j
and fame '
That
en her and Skeffington and [ the amusement park-to mentiona the play "What a Life!" The committee "wine, women. and song." Hi your name ] ..flU".T COlBY nnnroHt '" .
dressed Frl- "
Perry. Should go hidden from the world Cozette was so up .'Oi'r4TY' ITI.OHIUAI in CHAM.: i, 'I "
iougti Skeffington Is old and t'were Earl. Nina : Marjorie is distasteful ,
few chosen were thinks that the army ? f'MII Y ,: .
|rn out and moat of all: blind, Freddie Jewell. Judy. Comer and; Grlder. Zannle Stanley, Gloria, but he also thinks Uncle Sam All I can advise, Is try again and lay ylvia, Maud Whit. Plaintiff. v.. r : js '
Is Jewell and Nina advertise. Oh well see ya' in the next.Sophomore oho Owp..r Whit.. Defendant (.0.. I Ilie. 't ,
finds what real happiness Charles. Hear Buford. Eva Faye Gainey. Edna will take him soon. If he doesn'tgo 2U15. S '

| restoring her long-lost love for got ao sick they had te leave the Edwards. Patricia Keene. George' into the army he would like With much effort you may find Spy.I I OIIDEU OF PirnMCATION: :i fHTATR '"

In her heart. chute-the-chutes and go home to I Kennls, and C. P. Boyer. The cast to take up aviation ,or airplanemechanics' success. .v T If FJ rllu".r.T COIJliT OlPt.Oltlflt. AND NOTICR OF 'tAUtlf: TO AHPBAK to. : John S '

E._ L. E. mother. But this 'ole gal can has started rehearsing for the I (Note: My poetry will not furnUh IV' KlttllTII A.1t You JUIMCI H"AU. )wear Whit whose residence' I I. 10* '" ,

take those simple amusements play, "Assorted Ladies In A If he enters the army or if he any competition for our future F-OKII rlKf'Ii'T.OOt'NTV.' IX l''Vf.'MRT.E. prlnaHtreet, Port CheHter. Newrant. t

| ONE FOOT IN 'HEAVEN a-comin' and a-goln' (mostly go- 'J'am.rnold Wasdln has been pursues his chosen' vocation we poet)). :. A. TAYr-oi Plaintiff(. Ton, are required to appear on S
Editor. Ap.1I Sth 143 In. the above named 'I
One Foot In Heaven" by Hart- In.). electe-1 for the part of Porter; join In wishing b1r lan?' enjoyableand -v. 1(ourt' and c..u..e, wherein plaintiff II..

Spence. Is the 'story of a PATRIOTIC COLORS : Lt. George Kennis Conductor; and full life. May' he aim for DUN F.:P.nrl.nl., JOVRH. ft ala| ..'.k". divorce. Hrndford. Countvlecraph ,' S
shall puhlieh this Orderf '
|-hodlst Preacher and his fam- "Clara Ima Sno 0 per Barton"heeded Richard Ray for the Strange the sun, even* if he has to atop Freshman Girls !MOI'KK TO APPK4H.. next four weekly leeuee.Wltnea I I':
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Hartz, the oldest boy tells It the call of the Home Young Man.William at the moon. He has been a loyal ..worn It pixMtrlnir mil of from Complaint th t'lalntlff on flic .01 ..*..r.my.. hand and offlclnt11'1'1 .. .
ap this F.b.
|an amusing fashion. Ills lath- Front Monday and paraded In the Baker left for Camp member of our class and we are Seems that we've had bad luck ':1 $he es.e of R A. Taylor vomit 1.13.Florida 'I, :
all around with class pins. nhn F3 Jon M. *t aid, nffenriAntf. Ov'1-lrrAL I
drive parade.I our ( )"JAI.) A. 1. Thomashi
will J
Sermon was Interrupted as annual Red Cross Roosevelt In Ocala. so we proud of him. ,.", till cauH pvnrtlnir. In th. circuit Clerk of .aii. Court. ,
fire truck rushed to try andre was so Inspired by the event have to elect another chairman: After we decided on the pin. ('mirl of thu Klirhth Judicial Clr- T. Frank Landrum mark. ', S
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lunch brought the money (finally), and "tilt In and for llrndford CoUnIY.FI".ld. for Plf i-it 4f !lo'/' '
the plc- contributed my mote the Vice- itty' : ,
I .
flaming parsonage that unlesc we pro that It 'i th* belief of the 'tIJ;
Just one of the' disturbing to the Red Cross. Lt. Eva Chairman. This business of electIng even sent the order off, we received lalntlff that the I>.f.ndant. and ) t
money All-Star letter,saying that due to ..uH nf them ar. over the air of ATFIAST 'itL L
her a
Idents In his life. The family Faye Galney with Chairmen seems to be a habit. !!) y.ar* and Is rur- '

'e their ups and downs. The Marching team keeping time to We have started a Red Cross the shortage of materials ourpins ::::.nt.t:; from ald Hill of I-D I ; t"J,
the manufactured. Just 'mnlalnt r that Ib r..Idnrea,
0 older children want to learn the fairly regular beat of fund drive In the Senior class. can't: be .mlrlU.. and ndr1r.....
1 dance and father doean't ap- Super B. H. S. band. was only one We hope that everyone will contribute make another one realize of those there thing Is us
>'e. Mother want to move back. Tm for this Is one way we rm Jan. blnv tiff.f| to d..llII'nal.1 l | tUSE666 '
e of the In the par- she has to put them showour aprectatlon to this going on. Ih. wlfo nf John f'. Jon.. II, H.I 'f'II}
eyesores an hour or can and wlf. Fannl Hobion, ,
will give you Ah These budding romance oh "n f.
age. such ,as a stuffed boar's lure It worthy cau e. W lrrtir K and wlf. Kvclyne .5 ,'
4. Members of the congrega- two of very pleasant reading.V.. S. B ** U3.WAX nones *! X think the love-bug Is :;04 *;*, Jtnnl. Maud Hods1. *lna-|*.I I.:TS. SE.. NOSE DROPS 'ii II


are horrified at the Idea and "I.,

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? rAGE FOCIt: BRADFORD COUNTY 1RLICGRAPH. STABKK. FLORIDA" FRIDAY MARCH


I::.' SOCIETY and CLUBS II I Pastorium RepaintedThe I Court April 6th.and. 1*43. In the above nrmM'0'4I

I .. --- .. I reeks divorce races, Bradford wherein 1I1"'nlllr' '(
: Rev. A. E.: LJghtfoot: laspending Telegraph thai! 'JuDnt'
----- -- --- .1 publish this
i : ,, In next four weekly I..u.. 1)rd'':
; approximately $300 in
J'M''eel' the :
President-General of UDC Welch-Harley i Week Of DedicationIs ;, People ,, ,.\( : Witness my hand and
.... C ,' having tbp Baptist pastorlum re- "I"lal,
"
'" '-*' '' -' '' seal I al Ntarke
--
f ,, .I Florida this AI..rc
Tn Visit Local Chapter I Prujrram Topic painted and several minor repairs 3rd.. IU3.Fr.l.kA.
; :Mi 's Elinor Harley of Starke
Early In April and Richard L. Welch III, Fort For Methodist Circles 'Each w..k> In this space will be presented a picture made. The color is ivory As ; of SEAL said )Cou A t.J.. 'I'll m..
mod word portrait ol eomeoae whoee anno im news.) with white trim. In addition T. Frank
Landrum.
Jackson S. C., we remarried tsl"rkl, ,
The vf. T. Weeks Chapter U. Thursday. Feb. 18, In a ceremony Mrs Fred Guy and her mother .A baldish, 50-year-old gentleman) farmer several of the windows and I Att). for PIt. 3-6 \I I"a.zs

', D. C.. was' entertained Wednesday performed by the Rev. A. K.Ughtfoot Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. were hostesses with a broad view of his responsibilities screens are being repaired, as IN: riHrrrr COI'RT.

,y afternoon by )1..... A. Z. AdIdas at the Baptist paatortum. to Circle One of the Woman's Y serves capably as treasurer not only to his well as the back porch stops. 'COI-JTV., K.OUA DR.\n.'OItIl IN l'llly.

a and Mrs O. U Haynes at Society of Christian Service of own..but to many other nations.. As secretaryof March 15-will: end his fourth yearas Samuel!
h C.'a..n.r.
the home of the former on yf. the Methodist church, on Monday the treasury of the United States, and thus pastor of the First Baptist Mae. Louvinia Wagner. Plaintiff. ?
r Mrs. Welch came to Starke financial: executor of lease-lend Henry Mor- Church .In Starke 'and Cans No. 3361.olwlIt dehdan,(
: r r rr rWalnut St.. Yellow jonquils, the afternoon, at Mrs. Guy's home on many advances -
e welcome early Spring flowers from Auburndale and baa been N. Walnut St. : genthau Jr. is, in fact, "treasurer to the de have been and are being / OF' PtJilLI.\TIOS
ANY> SOTiCR Tn
r were tastefully arranged in bud employed as an operator with the Tire: meeting was opened with mocracies." made in the work of the local STATE OF' FLORIDA API'EAR to: yt.

vases in the living room. where Postal Telegraph Co. Mr. Welch, prayer by Mrs. W. I* Blair, chair .Secretary Morfeeathau. In spite of the gigantic I church. Louvlnia III l 320 "Uclld Wagner Ave.Whose, resldvor,.
at Fort Jackson, was formerly Waehlhlll"a
tM meeting was'bel.s.. now man of Circle One, and Mrs. G. C. L task of raising enough money to flnanc. D. _C..ou .__ '

The president' Ii.... 0. L. Beasley. stationed, Welch will at Camp leave BlandlngMrs. soon to Powell had charge of the Pro- our part inthe,, war. regards as equally important IN CIRCUIT COtTRT.; BltAUFOHU. April 8th.are. U4J.require in he.to above r nainS,
the task.of COUNTY
preserving essentially FLOHIUAl IN C'H.t.X'CKHV
conducted the business ses- gram. Mrs. Powell used as her our .. Court and -cuuae, -whin-eln plalniirr
ti ion and at this time Mrs.,, L... A, join, her husband. In .South Caro subject: the "Week Dedication. ," capitalistic. democratic system. :By way of doIng n..lbert Lt Sellers,' plaintiff ... Telegraph Reek dl" .hall reot. public Bradford tale County.
lina.' ..be has stabilized dollar uru.
: our until it is Mlldrrd Sellers Defendant '
which In next four .
Davis announced that,, the Prewt- Is now being observed<< by the strongest ORDER Oi.: PU&UCATIOX weekly Innuee.
now currency in the world. And Witness my hand and
dent-Oeneral of the U.D.. C., Mrs, ,' ,, all' Methodist churches. be continues advocate government AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seat at Starke; Florid.. thus.f'tclal I.h""b. '
BlanJkenship-Tomlinson" economy STATE OF KLiORIDA. to: Mildred
"The 3rd. 1143.
Robert Downs Wright of New- business meeting was presided and to work toward what i* probably his chief Sellers, whose address In lot Llnooln OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1.
berry 8. C.. 'i.111 visit the local At 10 A. M. last Saturday over by Mrs. Blair, and at goal-a balanced budget.He Ituminl). KAHIBB. \s Clerk of Mid CouVt.f. Tbnm?.
You are required" to .
appear' on
this time further : Frank I..ndrum. tltarke: I Ittr.
y chapter on April 3.'Arrangementswere morning Mia Margaret Tomlln- arrangements rises early (usually at 8:30): frequently April 6th., 1941. In the above namco '. ; "'for Plf. ,.6 4t Fla t.,4
made to give a luncheon in were made for the Church Night Court and cause wherein plalntlf
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and walks the two miles to work, lunches in theTreasury seeks divorce. Bradford County
honor of this prominent visitor Roy Tomlinson'of Starke became supper program at the Recre-: building, and often takes work home TelegraphKhali publish this Order
t Also on April 3, District Two will ation Building on Thursday night. In next four weekly imiuva. !
the bride of let Sgt. Herman !Rev. with him at night. He has been quoted assaying Witness my hand and official OUR
C. C.
hold a meeting here. While in I Blankenahlp. In a quiet wedding Powell talked on the HenryMergenthM that the treasury Is his whole life. seal at Btarka, Florida", this March SIDESHOW
Starke subject of the Red Cross Drive, 4th.. t543.OFFICIAL.
the President-General will '
ceremony performed by County Jr. And he gives! jils whole life to It.African ( SEAL) AJ. Thomas
be, the house (nest of Mr. and which la now In progress in Brad- An Clerk of said. Court.T. .
Judge E. K. Perryman in his office ford County. Frank 1-andrum, Htark" Florida t J
Mr
*. L A Davis. At the close 'I ) "'' ,
I of the business lion' Mr. at the courthouse.Mrs. 'The hostesses served sandwichesand : Atty. for I'll. 36.4tlrf. i' y ",, L,1. -
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t.. [ 1.. I IIII
} Luther O. Powell Impressively Blankenahlp before her hot tea to the 15 'guests Opposing' S.tt3ger. : in Warfare IM rinrriT COURT.) DnAUFORI) 1

read an article on the subject of marriage, was an 'employe at M. prevent. (rOI'MTY'ER". FLORIDA CtlA< >- i ,
the work .of the Red Cross Dave fountain, Plaintiff vs. Arty q
M. Raybln's Star Store since Circle' Two C" Fountain Defendant Cans N... (( lb
The hostesses served hot tea last summer. She attended Bradford Mrs. W. E. Middleton 'w a shostess ,"" 13... .

sandwiches and chocolate cookies. to Circle Two at her home i ANI ORDER) NOTH'B PUBLICATION TO AI'PKAfl
School. will
High They spend
Besides the hostesnes. Mrs. Ad- on West Madison St. Before the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Arty C. Little Zjyyt lias, among other
klns and Mrs. Haynes, there were a few days at the bride's home, meeting Fountain whose residence and nddreim things flashing white
began Rev. G. C. Powell IsBox S44, Route 3, Camilla. teeth.
present at this 'meeting: Mrs. Hal then she will accompany him as talked on the subject of the nee4s Ueorgla. (""i"hat's1Ihat pulls 'em in!) These

Edwards, Mrs. Effie Miner Mrs. his 'Division goes on maneuvers.Woman'8 !. of the Red Cross and urged full April You 6th.are, 194.1 required, In the to above appear namiilCourt on and her well-formed bones, owe

:i Ethel M. Biggs. Mn. L. A. Davis. cooperation with the present and Mrs. p. L Beasley.Mrs.. W. O. seeks divorce. Bradford County
drive for funds. cium and
Club To Meet Telegraph shall publish thin Order phosphates. Charm-
Halle, Mrs. Luther G. Powell and The meeting was opened<< witha In next four weekly iHnuea. secret for :one level
Witness hand you teaspoonof
Mrs. and official
E. K. Perryman. The Woman's Club will meet devotional service by Mrs. Titus seal at Clarke my, Florida thin March I' Rumford Baking Powder as

Wednesday afternoon. March 10, Olson. Taking part on the pro- 4th., 1843.OFFICIAL. contained in baked foods
Ladies ( S.AJ.) A..1. Thomas provides
Auxiliary at 4 o'clock.' At this meeting the gram were Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Am Clerk of Maid Court. one-half daily minimum .
newly elected officers will be in- Mm' Middleton and Mrs. D. E. William D.' Morgan, JRck.onYIII"1 I your
The Ladles Auxiliary of the stalled. Knight, 'and each of'them read Fla., Atty. for-Pit. 3-6 4t 3-Z I I requirement of phosphorus,
Presbyterian Chu r c h will meet I one-third your daily minimum of
Hostesses: Mrs. C. A. Knight an article: from the World Outlookon I N rmruiT rni-HT. nn\HPOHII
Tuesday evening. March 9, at 8 : the subject 0 f "Dedication! COUNTY.: KI.OIUUAl IM "".':\- calcium. Get a wiggle on and buya
''O'clock at Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng Mrs. L. e;)it 9' of Rumford I IFRECi
the can
home of Mrs. J.
Hill, Mrs.' U A, Davis M.... L.,H'1 Week." Enoch LL Holmes. Plaintiff v... Mae I,
M Mitchell. ..
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ti Mrs.
W. A. Stern Mrs. E. K. Ferryman circle Holme, Defendant No. 363. 1 U.. Ramf"" '! Tim.
and Mrs. Mitchell Chapman Mrs. H. H. Young, Mrs. : ORDER OF PtTBLIlTATIOX '
will be hostesses
U, A. Canova. chairman presided<< over the business AND NOT1CR' TO APPEAR Ijr Recipe M.t.dal. Writ.
s and Mrs. R. F; Clark will session' and after'' routine At left, abovei;/ .the German 8S-mm. gun that played inch havoc STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mae today-Rumford Baking Powder,
.t have charge of the program.Mrs.. with tanks of the British Imperial army when II was first taken rum Ilolmen, whose residence/ Whitney Box F, Rumford Rhode Island.
business, plans were discussed. for South Carolina. ,
,i'Y.' L. Dursblmer will lead the de- Junior Club InstallationThe Church uDder Its wraps as a surprise weapon. At right Is the Yankee trick that You are required: to appear on -
the
.Votlonal.' Night supper and program took its measure, the American M-7 tank destroyer, mounting a 105-n.m.
; Junior Woman's Club will at the Recreation Buildingon gun howitzer The M-7 Is a favorite with the British forces of General -

meet Wednesday night March 10, Thursday night. Montgomery.
_ at the Club Building. Officersfor Mrs.. Middleton served hot tea --- VAUGHAN'S CASTLE LUNCH

4 ACTION I RELIEF 1043-44 will be Installed. and sandwiches to the 12 guests) Typewriter Ribbons for sale by Blair Takes Over
In attendance. the I
Bradford Cownty Telegraph.
Ming Irene Matthews will have
FOR_ACID INDIGESTION charge of the program. Hostesses: W L. Blair, who has been Good Eats
Miss. Marguerite Deyorlo, Miss assistant in the office of the Rationing -

Frances' Peek Miss Clara Mae Board In the Armory for

If k kr Harley and Mrs.. John Aconta. CarolynCallstreet

NOTARY PUBLIC Clerk" of the' Board. He ,is tak Prices

.1Sadle ing the place of Dempsey Sapp,
AND "'..11. girls Between Camp Blandlngites, you' know .1'who entered the armed forces of 201 Temple Avenue

_ 50c..4D ,OPTICIAN Roosevelt and Camp Blandlng, :_ dad Is '!!wp oyed there* I
]the.
,country Monday.
I'
looks _,Lf we'll have to start 'ra now so she"oblarfned'a, transfer'|

337 N. Church SU.STAIIKE. tlonln- men most any day now .. so the fambiy could aitck together I

Carpenter's Drug Store ,FLA. Not such a bad Idea, when you ..ofarlua Rlftley( ) poet.

come to think of It Let coupon cards from Atlanta on a circuitous -'

'..n, No. 17 entitle you to a poundof route to his nw USO poet in

A MEMORIAL FOR YOU sugar, a new pair of shoes and! Charleston" I presume ,", Seem j
date with the last male
a eligible I Ice'cream Is getting so scarce "
MARBLE & GRANIT MONUMENTS .n town! Won't even have a! that the arrival of a gallon or so I .
'
MRS. J. M. MITCHELL chance to "rock the cradle" 'fore In town Is the 'cause of almost as
,
long, for those training courses at: much excitement'as the arrival; ST/VRKE 4
s I
/Your Local RepresentativeAMMUNITION Camp Roosevelt are ,etUn' 'em of a new division at Blanding j

_I ... 'v v clear down to the 9th Grade neophytes -I Hear those two old addicts i!I

Latest exodus from Madge Brownlee and Dotty Sue '

BH3 Included Earl Perry Billy BIggv. got wind of arrival of some I Sun: Mon Tues -- March 8 9

k Colnon. Cheater McKinney William Ice cream at Carpenter's tother I .

WANTED Baker, Waldon Wadsworth, day' 80 they celebrated by bring

Robert Lappe and Harold Canady ing along some cup cakes and en- I .' ... .
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f I '
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c The PER BOX PAID FOR .22 SHORTS Hear the poor harassed,, seniors joying a real feast Change J > ; t t '.3 tI' t. "y" .v, .7MaP, ...,'t f">,1'l.' ::1 1rJ 2

spend half their time electln: of Scene: Billy Dowling, formerly 'b (I1 ft'h''f'/ : KSa8 .
LONG AND LONG RIFLE new .. time I I4ti ,,1W".I ;{{ <.. 'J'D.at. _
presidents Every stationed, Keel te Field, Mass, ,yo fWI .. "
... "
they pick a new one he pulls out has a new hOm-11J olqWyomin\ ; .c:/
__ :Bring To Bradford! County Telegraph for the Army the Navy or weld- Fort -Frances! E."yVarfen '. ) tun-: .
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Ing school 1 ', &feV ; C\ '
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Not the. loant Intcrextin': feature p1- jU.8. >

,1'iMleniand. them wan" quite a of the Red Cross parade Monday I -SS8: tat 4 ne's ,

trek over to the State Farm Wednesday 'was the spectacle of Virginia \ .
? for those famous- first 'I Smith an' Frances Baer servin// as mss s sJ \\ \

physicals Seems the young! traffic cops at the two busiest ,

; Merchandise Is married men sans kiddles are beginning -I|I downtown intersections Hear I ittwi SSS6SS83Jrla

to get the play from i; Frances suffered complications on ; +
Uncle Sam and among those' account of she had used all her J \

showin off their blood pressure i), hairpins to anchorRed Cross caps ) ?

ScarceWe Wednesday were Tom Burrell,jto{ the t head of BHS lassies, so bfr'Jo I. ID1J
Getting I **
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Dink Hart R, L. Kemp Harry she directed traffic with one hand l lft rif Bill

Houston Hubert Priest Charles and held up her coiffure with the I .,.., ;. .
Burton. Fred Guy, Ernest Phillips !

advise' buying razor blades and I t Nathan Prevatt, Marvin other Can't imagine anyone 1 ...
_ soaps Rooks an' Fate Brown havln' a busier time 'Cept. of \ .

; soap powders also stationery. Jimmy Sewell an' George Powell course, the traditional' one-armed ]: !J.. "

represented the bachelor elementIn paper hanger ... ''Hear' Ethel; Z. I
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the group Which remindsne '' 'to''j It t MJV w3t ,
There's Digs t 'eatedl'her"'britlg[ |ciub )|
These items will be difficult obtain. one consolation '
soon to
a sumptuous of chickenmayonnaise I ,
bout being an old maid at a I supper

We still have a-nice stock of these items time like this At least we're : an' ,pine apple l pie

spared the pain of giving.up our [Monday night Center of attraction -" rs

I' but will soon be low men lilt-necked to the top motherly sergeant care. .of'The a (after the,, food ot I i .;,.I. oB IEN

_ course) was a luffiy antique lamp
only thing I've had to give up soar L *

_ ,..w..s..f.Just : is Clark Cable! that Ethel recently, received, all : with 'ED14'Fl't'ZGERA E

the way from Texan.-a gift from ARR
received of the Good to see Marcia her 4 'y' ftl1'EACnJ.
a new shipment new Sparkman doting brother, Maj.. Owen \ .
_ (Dade City) back In town for the Griffin \ 1.. 6ttA:t\1

shades in Chen; Yu. nail polish week-end taking, vlsltln In the Faye USoYMCAdance Petersonan' .. ,+ .:,>> "- ;'!'I!'a' tR1 \\1 lYEN468t t.UiIf..J .,ttlSUG"_- \ .

Well uItt.t6R
folk Guess that'll be .s
You will like this polish for its' Sattlday night .. Says'sheJus' all for this week Nat Stem. Q', ."...,: -
.has to come back ever so :.
berg just called .If
often up and said I'd u\; .
to take in the bright l<< lights LrlEt-
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lasting hat to get" to 'work o
qualities of Starke Hear Madge Mldileton. : on my Red _; q t
Crow list or be'tlredv So long t.':

!'1b't escorts, Pearl Lewis Faye Marciaan .See you in the next ..",
enjoyed a sumptuous "
waffle super around at Madge's -CarolynSpring T Trk .;

Stop that cough with "after the ball waa over! '. "' """"i '
Hope the OPA doesn't hear about Shrubbery

MENTHMULSIONContains pound the girls of butter buying at a every quarter grocery of a very Now'near thtleprlnjf 4:11 the;: f corner.w!4f it PolicemanBen #at* lwst I $ ', tfciv5-

store In town In order to have
menthol which will that Holtzendorf alf his. crew, under .
stop enough for the party Or may ins U I fee I Ion of CherleaDarby ,
be I shouldn't have told that! .
'
Chair..Ai
tickling and be soothing to your throat Soddy! Hear Peggy Parry, Council's. Street Committee of the City

coed dotter of the E. C. P.'.. has are
preparing the lawn at the
.. City
"v. jus' pledged Zeta Zeta Zeta at Hall toe grca.'flowers; and shrub %!
Southern Collltch ,
bery. The workmen are busy
t f tIn spreading muck from Alligator

Koch Drug Store the Mallbagt Sadie Prince!' Creek on the ground to enrich ALSO
.
writes that she an* Emmy Kelly I f the soil, and soon'' green gr_..!
ran into each other tother day at shrubs and
beautiful flowers will
e Gale Mabry: Field (Tallahassee) bedeck three sides of the I MARCH OF
City; TIME
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PACK FIVE
BRADFORD COUNTY TKURGRAPn. BTAIUKK. FLORIDA
pAY, MARCH 5. 19-1' =- -= = c .::C
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Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flynn, wh south range 22 eVe y > b. 20; I I known. are required) to appear nn Telegraph l neat four shall wttkly publish.lamioa.Wltn this. OrderIn

rm BITS of LOCAL NEWS I are living at Orange Park for the Wilson Ira Wilson toT.. any J* wee kzard.acres gunk:. 3S: Cuurt April 6th.and. 1941...a"V.In f the.....above oin' pi items i at Htark,i>. .my Florida hand,and this official February seal;

present were looking after prop xoekB divorce. Bradford County: 13rd, 1943.OFFICIAL.
erty Interests here this week Mr in section V tavnajilp 11 I'aloirrnpti hull publish this Ord r. ( SEAL. A. J. Thorn
.. Clerk of sold Court.
A.
Sternberg haa,been Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson hav Flynn is an aviation chief machinlets' south range 22 er J"et. 2(). I I In >ikxt four* my weekly hand I and nu4n.Wltnex official '\'. Frank IAndrum. tlt .rk., Florida

!iKS Lilian and Columbia,, have as their guests for a few had as recent visitors Fred Hale mate at the Naval Air Base Mrs. George M. ( ,rUga,* *t Pay_ I Mast "t Starko.' .Klorl.lu this Manh2nd I All). for I'lf. I-U 4t 3-U
Miami .
ing In Blster-ln-law Mrs. J. E and Miss Dobbs of the near Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs, ton Beach left pi 4"d#V aftei : 1943.I .
days their lop Myrtle I hUFFti'IA1. 81'\I.) A..I. Thomas iv rinrrrr ('0' IC?. IIn.o..onll
Thomas, and daughter Doris Fay, State Farm Mrs. Jessie Chattal Paul Tubb are' occupying the spending two'woeVy At( ''tl\ Per but- I A. CUrk. of said Court. I ('OI'NTV. F6OIt1U,'t IN "'HA.Sl -

Ls, T. J. Griffin and sister,, from Plant City. of Hampton and 'Mr. and Mrs Flynn home near Starke. band who la mnnPfk.f' tt (7ondon'i. 1':. K. fur." .rrYUlIl.Pit. ., Htarkw 3.,& FloridaAtty. 4t 338i : I.vutiithtnn:frill. V. Not. Plaintiff, ve

Jordan made a business Lester Slade of Haiipton. Grille I II" I Kruno Note.., Defendant. Case: N",.
E
L Jacksonville yesterday. Mr. E.: S. Matthews went to Mr. and Mrs L. HJ. Jordan and Tft XS .. .iWuu, \ riHn ,'r fiti eel'. III' tlF1,11il'ot''r. I II 8340.OHt'KIl OF". FHrllLlCATIONAN1
to of arrived rnul IT rtn _, I I ,. INMcConniidhrv cn 115n \' -
Orlando Saturday and will spend White li-tchorn chicks for 12; son Harold Ovfldo: I ('CH.'T". F5.055',.'"f'1' (.1.- .u..ll\1 > NOT". ''') TO A 1'1'1':Alt
12 cents at Key here Saturday' eVfrilng, at th, t'KR' I, a' I HTATH UF VI..utUP"| tor France.
chicks son-ln IMnlntlff. vs11ann.h
two weeks there with her cent at Key Hatchery. 10.
ny J. Grlf Roy Duncan "Ialt'i\ i jR' vs, iterthluaenn Notes whone rosidence le. K. K.
home of Mr. and Mf*. T. M P"n"UMh.y, Ivfwndant.Ca
."t'ry. law and daughter Dr. and Mra. t.fendan..,I, bra p: .. 2349. ... Nn. iltR.OHDKH 1, Sanhvllle I leorKla.
Miss Gayle Sewell returned to fln and Mrs. Carrie., Rltch. Mr::! UItl> '!.,Lr'lc''ofl: OF rnnUCATION You are required i to.appear on
F. Godwin H. B. McLendon.Mrs. "N'I> hNOTli'nl : I I April II th.. 11143. Jn the .hov.
riend' of Mm. V'( Tallahassee Tuesday morning to Jordan and son returned ta: Ufo' -r\:\f'I.h\I NorthMuses ANn NOT1CH TO APPEAHSTATW numml. Court and aue, wherein"
STATE FI.Olh tat .
be glad 'to-,knav that, shot Is Roy Turner Is spending resume her studies'at the FlorIda Oveido Sunday afternoon' > but Mrs : ". whoa, rcu' \,( tot.: )I. Itoul <>('onauRhey OF FIXHIUA whose r*tot.ldcnco HannahM In I plaintiff neeka divorce. Tlrntlfortl ,
after being ill -,for .sevdays. Women week's Wootlvllle, Tsnn1'1fYne .. I ,. County Tel Kraph Khali publlah this
State College for Jordan remained foa\ I Unknown. ;
roving awhile In Charley Johns' real are r"lulu'I < "h'> birDiMir 01 ,, rrqulrrd. on Order In next four weekly lueuee.
dance* at Crystal Lake while re Miss Sewell was here visiting her visit with her sister*, Mra. Griffin : April 5th\ ,. 11143. In I*\ Abuv' nitmec. April Ynl1 5th are 1943. In the to ahoy appear named. t Witness my hand ,and official seal
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B Mrs. Ritch and Miss Annie Court And i-tiuew, M'\/T"In plumes. Court and cnuno.. wherein plntntlffntvkN at Mtarke. Florida, this. February
Starke-Blanding for cuperating from a .recent opera n, dlvorr*
to .
,.m" I .. A. J.Thorne. .
Sewell.' D 11n' shall pul'\'lt\ tale t""di
rby.
.
better clean- tlon In Ocala "el..Mr"ph l hall publish thin Order
and an hospital.T. .
.
I HEAL
rr tailoring I In n* .xt tour we. ; Wl.WltneHH I I In next four weekly iHinrn. A* Clerk; of said Court. <
opposite Park Theatre, Cpl John Godwin has returnedto my hiti1 jlij,,l offlvlnKent Witt'..... my hand. and official KnlKhr A" Knight, Dtarke. Florida.Attys. .
O. Cook a former Starke Fort Deeds Filed '.' I lit Htarke U.S.FI"'I/"' th''" K..b.1 I n.nl al stark, "Florida tills March 'if or IMf.' 1-118 4t I-U
his Coast Guard station at runry teth., % .
Ethel M. Blears and daugh- who has been In Norfolk A. and I 1543.tOFFiCJAI.!
.s. merchant Meade Md. after six-day fur 'C F'I, <'IAI. HKAI.) I i. 1'bolna" 8BAL.J A. J. Thomas '
a
Dotty Sue were. week-end Va.; for the past year baa To Johnnie FUlyaw. Feb. 1. for \n I'lcrk of Mild <'% CJ I I :; : nf said Court.
the Home of his .mother,, r.andrue"1'ttprke' "'Ia' ,
lough at T. Frank
.
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bow and arrow archery K. K.: Mtarkn. \ootorhln,1
Mrs. O. J. Griffin isAugustine' moved to San Francisco, Calif.,, moving 3.U( I'errvmeu.
,,ts of Mrs. W. F, Godwin. John and his from the W. A. Cook property Atty. fur I'lf. '" j & 4t AU). for lit a.& \ ;
I away ---
where be has accepted a war Job 'I ___ .
brother. Henry spent Wednesday and constructing i t near (:'"';!"... rO"I'!k." >hV.It.. .
IK rsNrl'IT rnritT. 11"1011"f.
rs. G. L. Fraster has arrived, New Hampshire baby chicks at visiting frlenda at Lawtey and Grac '. place on N. D. Waln- I CKHV.Churlc'OI'.TS.. FI.oNltt\/ IY 51ta .) .T'", F'1.mll" .V ,tll\N-
;
Bictunan HU1. Ga., for an' I the State Farm. ..1 wrlg'it's! e r ton Temple R l'nttersa'1' "'liIntltf'. v... I \ .
Fin. pro p
n Key Hatchery, Hampton, ft. A, M.'Cormli'k rinlntlff.' vn.. I
nded visit with her mother,,! I Mrs. J. B. Samuels of Camden Avenue; I MArwiirultAfrntlMiit.. (*aKn.Ur..x No. ,.hll t ttvreJh. to"1 Meadows NTrC'iirmlck. t>. ..
Davis. I Frank E. Wilson' recently returned I '' -' > ('555. Nn. lies.nitlbt Y&I
j. M. S. C., arrived in Starke Sunday, To Lacy SIlcox. Feb. IS. $117 to AItEh/tTl1' -l1,rA AYI'1d1NTATI'i ': OF rt'U1.1.o\TtOS
arrlvedf'"Tue5- to Starke from a stay of I has with build two rooms on present residence OF f"ftarnlte IA)1f\" tef' )1,1'. ANM I. NOTICn TO Al'PHAIlHTATK
and accepted a position
Dan Hazen Riverside Hos. OF VI.OIUHA lot. 1>
at .
[rs. aeveJa1"w.eu HrouxrwHldenrn I'' ;Nn whoa" I .
Moultrl.WrlC ?' for !'a un.I I the Victory Military Supply store on East 7th St. In to10IO !| III('\, Neyt 1 hrpe, 't.5dows M..n'I. ". hnH" 1""j
from Jacksonville where l he
pita, ; 4rna. olo Ol''r..t. n..Uv.ry,
la
and Ida Mae t",
aDd In the early days of Camp Blan George Reddish 'VnllHtte! Ht.Ymi n/1/ ,, t.are .
parelstsMr Carolina.You .
her
bN North
with derwent. major surgical opera.tion. : rsqulr.d' coPier. on barton.
&r, ? Reddish his wife 'o W. H.> Ed- on
,
Samuels lived In Stal'kewhIle ri-nulred to appear
W U SHcox.ira. ., ding Mrs. April! nth ta43.! : ; In : .. .hymn.1 are tiv7
her husband was stationed!\ wards", Jr.. lot 1 and W 1-2 of lot Court and l ..RUlle., whelp" I"tltt. April 5th,. 1943, In the Mbovp,namedO r
George W. Thomas. Mrs. at Camp Blandlng. 13 In Woodlawn, a e c t ion 30, .e.ks. divorce.TlfKrn h shall. pUI')tt,1'! /( Jbljll Count urder:,, ...<.iurt. an.dlvorcH.fuimv, Hrailford wnirk County. \ ,
Ennls, who la employed |> I
iinor Jones, Mrs. Dorothy Lunn Gary township S south, range 22 east, In next four week!( /'"'"" ..". Telegraph shall. publish. this. Order ,
with the him"' III next four weekly Uauai.Wltnonit
as electrical engineer Mr. and Mrs. Hy Carlton. of the acres/ Wlln''"n my ktl. ortl.IRI
Feb. 13 ,
0 official"fnl
Prcvo spent :
I Kathryn containing hand and
Mrs. my
In Washington, Kent. at "!Stnrke FI..rl\/\ tniy, alarcland
Navy Department
In Gainesville. I Columbia Military Supply Store, Hutchinson Shoe Co., of Duval !. 1043! at Mrarkv, Fliirlda. thin March
fiday D. C., was called here last week KKAt. -rl\0"1\1I *nd.. 1943. I
returned Sunday from a 10-day Co. to R A. Weeks 222 acres In FFUMAI: : mill; \.0/1. J. tUrFICIAl SEAL) A..I. ThomasAn
f's Lennie Curry of Lake I because, of the Illness of his aunt vacation trip to Havana, Cuba sections 15 and 22. township 7 T.AH ri.uk Frank of t.nndrunf"tkrkt.. f'IR Clnrk of i-Hld. Court.

t s arrived here recently to ac:?- Mra. Vida Morgan. where they'' visited a cousin of south, range 20 east Feb. 13; Atly. for I'lf.IIICIIT. --' s..5 4t 3.2'Iv : : 'd Join:.1-6. 4t* .1 3-56'l"nd..rH"nIIY.. for I'lf. l /

a position as operator with Mrs Oscar Carter whose hus- Mr. Carlton's-Yudal Berezdlvln Brooker Turpentine Co.. Inc., (' ('0' ..''1I'J '.'''''11'' -
Postal Telegraph Co. to and from M am 1.4of I.OHII' V"KMV. ..,- lrmrrrr rornr. mi \IIKOIIIIrv
band Is a merchant near Ralford, They traveled to R. A. Weeks, W 1-2 of NE rot NT '/ ll EXPERT SHOENothing
('' ,V'v ('<>! "' ..I..un1 iv cn\-
and Mrs. Murray Solomon waa taken in a De Witt C. Jones via. Pan American Air Lines. SE 1-4 of section 14, town- Rail.I" 1,. Rtiu-py, \ ",. (''':''''. REI'AIRING>>
pi. T south 20 east Feb. Nnoinl l J. Slacoy' H\(1"hl'!(( Cas,. K. c:. tllfhrrd. Plaintiff. Cs.. Mary
range
e returned to Starke after ambulance to a Lake City hoapltal 4.000 baby chicks. for salt! each ship No. XH5I. Edith Ulfto,','. Iicfriulaitt, Canr No.
13; OF. 1'111\']* PO4i nq j Hut Top. Quality
operationat OKOKll
ding a ten-day furlough with .for an emergency week at Key Hatchery Hampton, TIXlr".I'' 3343.OntEit
R. H. Paxson ANt NOTH'K \ '\It : ()F PI'HIJCATION
V. ,
R. Covington
ir parents In New York City. 11:30: A. M. Monday. Flu. )2 cents earli. KTATH U,I'' FIA1ll'J//J ,c,; .Nioml; ANI :NOTICK'' T<> APPRAH Leather Used
and J. W. Pettljohn all of Jack J plm-fty. whose lilr/lOiln\' : U to* STATE OF FIXHtltIA to: Mary

'r>ci-H for sate at Key.,> Ilatch- Mrs. C. W. McCall arrived Fri. C. E. Burton of Brooksvllle, sonville, to R. A.' Weeks. 222 \V..dl..1t YIMI nro regalrs.I| IjI t>ppp' ,."ar' rnApril ,. Kdlth l.lai Myra Olffnrd Ktirct, xvh"ClarkvbnrirVcit. r..III.n..co I Is : TheElectric '

Hampton Flo. day from Falmouth Mass., for a spent Tuesday night' with his sinter acres In sections 15 .and 22,> township Bth. 1943, In tll'' .f hvename. VlrKlnla. I Shoe Shop ;
and Mrs. Foster ShiEth month's visit with her parents Anderson and< 7 south range 20( east Feb. f.mrt mid' ('CIIIINA w l"I"lIff Ynu ar. ri'qulml to appear on
'rot. Mm. Sam
(! ) the shove named Park Theatre
KBfkH. dlvinv*. IIrOt'.1' ""nl April III h., 1043 III Across From
had as their guest Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton. visited a few minutes with his 13; Tel'Krnph shall I pnlilVvnl,,,/ '* Order <)V>urt and cause, wh.>rvln plaintiff 0I
Wednesday Mrs., Smith'sher Her husband Pvt. C. W McCall father-in-law, J. B. Rowe whileIn Mantanzas investment Co., of \In in-xt four weekly! *'/r..ltn. r.%\ i<'ii, I .o.k. "II vo"C... Uradford County,j I
\\' '.... my hnnA i\J"( fflliil
Mrs. J: J, Llpsey, 'of."has been transferred from Camp this neighborhood for his pre St. Johns County, to Brady Col- oi\l Ht Htnrkn Floi'y.A. |thiS pot\

nl'oril. Edwards, Mass., to Camp Hill, Va. llmlnary phy s I c a I examination Una and Gladys i Colllna"", his wife, runny 28th, 111'I II. ) fhonltt"A. I '

for the Army. land In section 35, township 6 rOFYI(9A1.,10.11. south range 22 east Feb. 11;; 'r. Frank landrunsIlttkt It 1"1"" .
Lex Green made a hurried trip Eugene L. Kinchen and wife Atty for Hf. 11.11 I.a I Income Tax SpecialistIIRADFORI

home from Washington becauseof Bycte O. Klnchen of Duval Co., IVCO....r..I'.. (.o.r; -.h afilp/lt.

THEATRE the UlnexH of his little son: to Lemuel Colson $1,500, for lot ( ':11':!'\'.',''''.' FLOllit1,1 'IL4N. ) COUNTY AHSTRACT OFFICEI .

Buzzle arriving Saturday and 7 of block 3Sof J. M Johns addition ,'(ep t"r.'t t'I"lhIUt.
aJurl.1l
STARKE vsi.I '' "n<
taker n"v 'rl < 'iV, atoltt)171t STARKE. FLORIDA.
leaving Monday. Buzzy was to Starke Feb. 17; tent in an ambulance to the Alachua Joonnette.D. Klncaid. a widow, I OF 11A.NI I '' ((1'a't'iO'V:'' '
Mon -I" March 7 8"ANDY' at ) NOTfR 'T't"'i"I ht'IAIt! Each Monday, Tuesday, Friday & Saturday
Sun County hospital Gainesville to Gertrude Beasley,. the north 21! STATE OF FLOltl\J,: ( Murll'1
2 A. M. Saturday but was well feet of lot 1 and all of lot 2 cl Hnv<>rly HiMillv wll\\v?.. r..,'..II'.c.
DOUBLE LIFE"Mickey In 32 Park St. Malone 1y" vr V"k
HARDY'S enough to return home Sunday. block 42 of Livingston, Truby A You are required'J' t.pp; *ir orl
Co.'s subdivision of the NE 1-4 of April 6th.. 1943. In th'MVhmtnrt,

Rooney Mrs. Van TH. Carden returnei the NE 1-4 of section 28. town- Piiurt. and dlvoru"cause Hri Wi"\\V//Ni' pfAlntlrlunekn o\inty SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS ,
Wllllaimburg, Va. Feb. Telvwraph shall pUbll\t."I"I Ordel i
Friday from uhlp 6 south range 22 east .... ..
In n-xt four "
where she spent the past sever II' "rrl..lal CHOPS':
hand
9-10-11 13;; Witness my /':"It STEAKS -
Tues -' Wed Thurs March weeks with her husband who was Morgan W. C. Lee, single, to Heal ut Htarkn. Florl Qp t hlrreb. I
1843.
training with the Seabees at R. B. Lee and wife, M. C. Lee, riutrv( Zilril. Thomk'.
"WHISTLING IN DIXIE"'RedTSkelton" rk Iofsaidl'oN\ '
SANDWICHES
Camp Peary. She expects him land lying.,in sectto .lO, township An TEMPTING. TASTY, i ii
,. I""ndrunl. Ht r e >>
Frank
Ann Rutherford( *" --:-: -- ,I hero next week as he la- being, 7 south range 22 eat, :2 acres,, T.Atty. for I'lf. b fl jIIv I DELICIOUS. HOME-, MADE PIES .... ,

transferred to Oulfport, Mian., and Fob. 13; ("H'I'IT ;:;01',1rttAtyFONII .. ...
will be given a nine-day furlough W. H. Edwards Jr.. and Eula ror.'rY,, rt.olul.A1 1 I" 6'l1AN'

Fri Sat March 12 13 Baby chicks for wale at Key; M. Edwards to J. It Monde section IoU Vincent('.:"Y, Cagglano, f.t\ 1'It. vV,. i A & A LUNCHEONETTE I I
47 and 48 in Woodlawn, Mary ("all'lI'lanu."t.. CsaeJo. ,
Fla. ,4
DOUBLE FEATURE Hatchery Hampton, 10 township S, south range 22 23B7.Oltl>BH. OF 1''Fr \ ,tgTeObt In Park Theatre Bldg. Starke .Florida
I Mr. and Mrs. George E. Millet east containing 20 acres, Feb. 13: t'.. ,,4lt 1 I
T14NnF1
IN"I' 5TA Ff.nltl' rMery. J
"FALL Bennett and Floy Ben \ _
Jack who have H. T.
and young son, Caitnlano, whose r.H ,nd is I1n =-
spent the winter here with Mrs nett to Mra. J. R. Sapp. 'all of lot ,

Wm. Tracy Jean Porter, Miller's parents Mr. and Mrs. I. 57 In Woodlawn section 20, town ,
first of the 'f- south, range' 22 east containing S
P. Shepherd left the ship JAX ,
-And- week for a return trip to their 10 acres, p'eb. 13; "That's right. Always say ,

home In Denver Colorado. While T. J. Terry and Julia Terry hl< better beer
"VALLEY OF HUNTED MEN" her they have made numbers of: wife to H. T. Bennett the west because you can't get a S

friends who hope they may returnto half of lot 78in Wooolawn section what !
3 Mesquiters Starke next winter 20 township S, south rang no matter you pay.t.--- ".i

22 cast, .containing 5 acres Feb ;
Miss Daphne Norman of. Rich 13;: : '

land, Ga.. Is now the Instructor Pauline Torode. 'a 'widow, to H J'I' li

COMING SOON In home economics In the Bradford T. ,!'Bennett the ,east' half ',of; lot
O 0 .
I County High School. Miss: 57. section 20,' township 6 south 4/(( RnMr ( ,, :

Norman was graduated from thtGeorgia range 22 east;* Woodlawn, con :

"Commandos Strike At Dawn"NAT Stale College for Women, talntng 5 acres. Feb. 13; ,

and has done practice teaching Blanche M. 'Wainwright and

In Tennllle, Ga. She !Is now comfortably husband W M. Walnwrlght te --slit laueaafdaakaee '>
,
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located at the home of F. M. Norman Jr., 43 acres all S : : ,..#

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. in section 33, township 0 south, ; c

ramie 21 east Feb. 17.
SEZ: Mrs. L. A. Canova returned Clal-lHna Crosby, a widow tc

home Friday night from Tallahassee H.' B. Crosby and wife. Hazel 1 '
I'm not boring you folk where she was called because lying In Brad H
I hop Crosby 160 acres )
but the fart renvUnx that,all 1 of the serious IHnena of her ford and Alachua counties. Feb \1V

? tan talk about for the next few nephew Pltner Vandlvlere. Major 24; Hf
a"' War Fund.If Vandlvlere who has been givinga
days IH our Reel Cro n Mrs. Margaret Ozena McCal-
been series of lectures at, a Texas
aoUclMvI
you hawn't already with his son, who Meter, Joined by her husband Hay
'you will b s In a day or camp was also McCall1 ter, of Alachua County,
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two. III now reported to be Improving. to Mrs. Vance Russ' of BradfordCo. f

We want every roan, woman and Buby chicks for sale each day ., lot 2, block 2; Ward City :

child In Bradford County "to do at Key Hatchery. In section 8, township 7 south, .
know will help UN 20( Feb. 24; -
their bit. I you range .
put It over... Mrs. 1.. H. Jennings returnedlast W. McEyer, : and, wife.,.Sarah I ..,'..1. ..
r \
:. r week ,from Nashville Tenn., Frances McEver, to Mrs. Bunnle .

where she spent the past three Summers one-half'acre in section : .
,
weeks visiting: her husband Lt. i1,, township 7, south, range 21, .., fine materials are con- ..,

SHOES ANDSANDALS Jennings, who will soon complete ant, Feb.. 24; WHEN with more than half a a,

PLAY his training to become a flight Minnie E. Hazen and husband .: .-:;'. skill J I
aurgaon. He Is now stationed at E, M. Hazen. to Francis Russ and :'? century of brewing you'rebound

the Army Air Force Classification Lois Runs, lot 8. block 1. of Ward to get a superlatively good .

Center In Nashville. Mrs. City (now Brooker), section 8,, .
homey /1 beer. And JAX is just that !-a .
accompanied -
20 east,
eunlngs was :ownahlp 7, south range .

Have Been-Released By The O. P. A. > her mother-in-law.visit Mrs. R.here A. Feb. 24; grand, refreshing, golden and mellow '
will
Jennings who T. Jr Alderman and Clara Alder-
And Are No Longer On >riefly.Mr man his wife to Ira Wilson 33: drink for all occasions.Wheneveryouorderbeersay"Make. ,. .

The' Shoe' Ration List *. Vida Morgan has been acres in section 3. township 7Dr. I t

seriously 111 since Thursday of mine JAX" because no more satisfying ;

USE YOUR NO. 17 FOR THE BETTER last week, and of her Jacksonville slater Mrs.Is beer can be bought ,.
Peeler
Chas B. 0 ,' 'N'
SHOES home of her 4 of
bore visiting In the A' regardless price.

niece Mr. Frank Wilson. Gary for ,
Snnls. who was also called here Ask pct 8olrlesa i
of the' illness ?
last week because t
; aunt. biro Morgan has returned f uli /%
of his t
NE WT'SP1ING' FROCKSA to Wa.electrical b lotton.engineer; D. C.,' Max Shane vraY W bs5 t0'J'ttta{ '[N 6[RIt

where he Is an
Wonderful Assortment with the Navy Department. I Optometrist 1es"t0 tbar j4 fa fit ,ya r kr

Priced Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hemingway R 4avcnta 0 v bccf !'t!?''

Reasonably will have as their guests next If your eyes bother you Mm

from week their daughter Mrs. H. E. examine them and HI you

Alexander and young son. Wayne with glasses if you seed them.

of Washington, D. C.. and also 30 reon.xp.rLne..Holiday,

$1.98 to $9.95Sternberg's their son. Frank of the U. S.Javy. and Sunday, by ppolntmant.TCLKFHONB .
the
Frank has been In $S.4S7
Navy for more than three year*- ,I

has been in the Pacific Ocean for 431 Templt Theatre Buildmt I. Y

wo and a half years-and this Corner Main and Atoiot Sfree'i X 811EWlOlg P1i ;el likse r .I''la,,, i

will be his first visit to Stark In JACKSONVILLE 1 FLORIDA I t 1

LbrH years. :
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jAV, BRADFORD VOUNTY TRLRGiIAPii 8TARKE FLORIDA PAG 8ICVI'Jl'I' '


seal I at R,..r<- Florida this Feb- I
rnQ" 10th. lf.l.OFFICIAL .
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NOTICR! OF APPLICATION Don't Neglect Theml

sE1i-: FOR TAX IlKKItSonatr Nature da.tntid the kidneys to da a
PARENTHOOD ( lull 'II... loaTh >>> marvelous lob.Taelr. teak. la to keep theflowlna ;
//Q NOTICK IS JIRKKllY LIVEN
blood etretn free of an exeeae e*
Robert 1. Urorn holder ofTax 1 bale.: Impurltlea. The net ef livlnc-lift t
1 am ell Citrtlflcat No. 30 issued the U*>(-to eonMwitly prodednc waetenatter j
_- n 4th day of July Arl 1 3S' has the ktdnaye aiuat amore from
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fll dn'. I In my ; and has the bleed If toad heath ta to eadur. I 1
PATRICIA DOW made ..h.e'n.'O'S.'dt.C.! deed. loba Wa..n the kidneys: faU to fiuetloa *aNature
issued toteaded. there la rateatle. ef
.7 SOU. CATKEBOn CONBAO IDWJUuXAatocicrlo : embraces the following dearrlbedproperty Mate that may amuse body-wide dltreie. ..-
In the County of Urad- One may surer aasihaf beeaaebe.eralatCBl .
rakes feseaaa >llB( N ir ford. state of Florida: to-wlt: : headaeketattarkeatdlaaiaeiavSXtlnc '
I ; Lota S of Hlock II Ward City alibta, awelllas. pvOlMeenear )
Section tf l Township 7 B.' H. 10 Jo aIlL. Map eyee-feel undo aetTeua, att
The aa'*aamnt of the said I propearty went eutFrequent- '
\'Cl'CIIILD'S RESTDu under the said cartlflrat. ,aoanty a* bmra:: paan.as
r issued was In the name of Mr.. are sometimes further, evtdaoee ft kM-
K. J. Ward. aey or bladder dmturbaaea.
you know when your child Is Naturally to Induce this effortlr i 1)t v Unlaa said certificate shall. b* The. reeomlaed and proper treatment
.t Ws tired, It Is nut always easy to tell repose a quiet atmosphere Is needed redeemed according to theproperly la a dlo tl.m.didaetobs1pthekidseya1e. :
for different' children show .I t described therein will) b* rid of ea<.aa ''Cot-;: =
fatigue though It la not necessary to> sold to the highest bidder at the Use i>..*'. ftUm.T
in different wsy*. Some become shut out all sound or light RatherIt aourthoua door on the first Monday thaa forty yean of pubile approval. Are
increasingly active as they tire and .1t r more a gradual change of In the month ot (April 1543, endoraed, the eevntry *vee._Is.i.tDre'a ,
appear to have more energy at the rhythm like "letting the old cat die"* which la the 6th day. of April. Bold a* all drat .10

end of the day than at the begin in a rope swing An unhurriedreading 1943.
G Dated this ISth day of February
ning. Others show weariness by or story-telling period Is 1943. a \

t irritability and are often wrongly the oldest and still the best prelttd r OFFICIAT, rourtAnf.n"] ;. dro ,
called difficult when they only need to getting ready for bed. Then .0 0 tep4l Clerk of rirrult ( \
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__ more rest Others whine and revert during the actual preparation of County 4t |
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tit' 4 to baby as they become washing and undressing l
ways speak
Ti .Q"t mure ----
: fatigued. And some have the Instinctive softly than usual and talk in an unexcited fit, Q !tCR 00f
good sense to slow up as It's-all-over manner about DR. LEMUEL\ COLSON DENTIST

___ their energy slackens. pleasant happenings of the day.
Study your child then, so that Most nursery school teachers rec- 129 East Call Street

1 'x w you recognize:; fatigue symptoms. ommend an affectionate but extremely t *
Unfortunately It isn't always casual good night. But
possible
,.tier ;r to cure them with rest because since bedtime Is the usual time fora Hours 9 A.'M. to 7 P. M.I Evenings By Appointment
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"#b"i one of the commonest causes of child's prayers'we see no harmIn : .
i r} ,A tit sleeplessness Is becoming over adding a gentle song or two both t

tired. So try to prevent the appearance for the child's and the parents' enjoyments 1 w1t

t '' rile' t.> a tea of fatigue by "cutting under." But we agree that' It is )( .I.IA
r as our family doctor used to ssy. better not to have a lot of klsilng ( FUNERAL DIRECTOR

Blue Ribbon Dessert Lemon Custard Pie That Is, you begin providing the atmosphere and hugging' and repeated good- 0 't My Many Yearn Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render
nights. These prolonged leave takings -
for rest before the child r ) ) CG
(See Recipe Below) actually becomes tired. Then he carry too much a suggestion of ,' y, i EFFICIENT 1'KOMIT and COURTEOUS BKKY1CB

can slip gradually and without resistance parting and are apt to leave the .o : t .t MODERATE 1'RUKSDeWTT -
Favorite Desserts"We from activity to lesser child excited or vaguely uneasy. t 1
C. JONES
This Week's Menu
activity to quiet and relaxation: and Even very young children seem
finally to sleep. to differ In the amount of sleep %C Starke, Florida
like desserts that take fruits, Baked Stuffed Pork Heart necessary to give them that reserve i G ) ) '.
is the verdict Fried A child is not always resting a. of which indicates the c C 0
|but use litU sugar Hominy Green Beans he should even when he Is asleep. energy % %
e unfutlgued child. But in general
any homemak- Waldorf Salad You know yourself how a disturbing '
the amount needed In a 24-hpur period ClC' c Oddr
ft give on the ( Whole Wheat Muffins Honey occurrence or something dreaded variously divided into night FOR SAFETY COMFORT\ AND ECONOMY RIDE

Ideuert problem. .*jThus B 'Lemon Custard Pie for tomorrow will keep you tense and daytime sleep is as follows: ) arI G'.t yft.1

I'm Includ- Recipe Given and strained throughout several Birth to 4 or 5 months. 19 to 20 !
,, FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
< hours of sleep. If going to n
|uif In today's col- uneasy and hours; 4 or S months to a year or ) rt ) Ia
bed Is
li several desserts accompanied by fretting 14 months. 10 to 18 hours; 1 year to
that take gree oven for about 15 minutes or fussing with threats of what will 18 or 20 months 14 to 18 hours: .. COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION

citrus* fruits now -r: until meringue I II lightly browned. happen tomorrow" if "you don't get 18 or 20 months to 3 or 4 years, 12 PLEASE PHONE> 147
sleep the act of falling asleep
your
luson-frults : If it's cake you like then you'll to 14 hours. ,
|m becomes something the child resists \ '
Above ell make to bed
going
luist quick-pick-up from tlredI like an orange-lemon flavored cake the lime
\ mean in order to stay in not to be
I nets because of ,the good nutritional. made with( only one egg but personality light of your concern or else something dreaded.pleasant Never something leave a sleeping UNION BUS STATIONLACY j.\

valuel. plus: he feels he must work at because child alone In a house or in charge

As regards the sugar question Honey Orange Cake. of the dangers of not sleeping of a completely strange person. H* CONWAY, Agent

homemakers are finding they Instead sleep should be a nat might waken and the terror of having 8ati:
mat )M cup shortening Temple Ave. Starke Florida
ural and pleasant drifting off. something no one familiar to answer his ,
lean for cookingor
ipare some sugar J4 cap sugar you neither consciously help call may make going to bed a fearful 12-40
and that Is why our dessert -
or baking J4 honey nor binder thing for year to come.
cup
I take some of that sweetening.Don't 1 egg well beaten Smart, Feminine "'- L -.... Of... -A J_ .._.. I. ,
Pattern No. S3J8 No question
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starve that sweet tooth entirety -
t cup all-purpose enriched flour and family. about It. this pretty and feminine
/Icklnson
I for the body needs some carbohydrate version ofthe shirtwaist dress will Careful Drivers
2 teaspoon baking powder Prompt Service
Minnie Harris of Waldo
I foods daily to meet the : Mrs. be! smart wherever you go. The
I Urge demands of dally energy. % teaspoon soda HOUSE. .pent several days of last week fitted lines of the bodice and the

I These dessert recipes art tailor- !4 teaspoon sail vlth her mother Mra. Lydia Hall. sort fullness In the front of the skirt

I made to fit your budget and demand H cup finely shredded orange peel Earnla Newsome who I la in the are ever so flattering, and Just thinkof Starke Taxi ServicePhone

I for sweets. 14 cup orange juice irmed forces was visiting Mlas the grand. opportunity for color
contrast have In the pleating
you
Pie's a favorite and especially so 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind or HOME :ertha Loper Sunday. that trim the neck, sleeves and

when 1&'. made with a cornflake flavoring :vtr. and Mrs. O. J..Phillips and pockets I IPattern 150

I crust and luscious lemon custard Cream shortening Add sugar htldren of Lawtey were guest No. 8338 Is In sizes 12. 14,

I filling: gradually then honey creaming con ay2a4i fD sat Friday of Mrs. P b 1111 p s'aother 18. 18 20; 40. Size 14 takes S*

.Lemon Cautard Pie. stantly. Beat In egg. Sift dry Ingredients pe Mrs. J. L. High tower, and yards machine 30-inch made material pleating.; JVi yard Day Night
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Crust: thoroughly (flour soda ,lunt Mr. Alice Jones.
Author nt 8t.t.t MITT'S Kltth: a
IK cups cornflakes baking powder and salt); add orange -- -

1* cap sifted Hour. peeL Combine orange juice and flavoring. Precious irreplaceable woolen GUM BRANCHBy rN .
H teaspoon:matt Add dry, Ingredient and or- must be protected this 'yeer es new Mm. T. 'N. Norman ._ .... .. I T.-- "h.-Id
er before. 'Blankets and 'cannen..
ange juice alternately to mixture beginning .
!i cup shorteningtablespoon and ending with !flour mix should be taken care of to the very Mr*. W N. Stearns of Taunton Addroasu. We Do Superior Work-

> ,water best of your ability in order to prolong her Mr.
ture. Spread in well greased pan. Mass., 1* visiting parent,
the life of these articles just
Crush cornflakes Into One crumbs; i (Mixture 1* quite thick.) Bake In a a* long a* possible. and Mr. J. N. Norman, and other I I 't

| mix well, with flour and salt. Cut in moderate oven (390! degrees) about Aside from the inevitable wear relatives In this section. Name .. papar_ .-. For Better Cleaning ;1' .

with blender until 43 minute Let stand 8 to B minute that aU woolens receive there' always
shortening pastry Miss Elinor Conner of Jacksonville P.,.... If" Btu_
mixture looks like cornmeal. Mix before removing from pan. Serve danger of moths and with .is visiting her parents ,Mr. -

with water Just to hold together and plain. iced or with hot fruit sauce moths comes the problem of stor and Mr. L*. L. Conner this week. .... iS Santa In iota tor TRY THE "
let stand in icebox for about 2 hours cold.A .
warm or age.Even before woolens are safely Mrs. Stella Tillls and son, reek patters doalrod Is-

RoU dough about % inch thick, line trifle that Isn't a trifle Is this packed away for the summer Harold who have been visiting Patricia Dow Pattern NEW METHOD CLEANERS
j pie pan with pastry and bake in a de..ert-If want something
orange you months there are certain precautions relatives here for the put. week
hot oven (450 degrees) about 13 'min pretty special for that day ofa It's necessary to take. returned to their home at Plant see w. in* .... M.. T.rk. N. 1'. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners :

utes. Cool and fill shell with: special dinner. This Is simple for First of all. everything must be

"r' you can use leftover cake or sponge. scrupulously clean: AU woolen articles City Saturday. Avenue Your, Patronage J>bftae
Lemon Cunard: cake: should be washed '''or dry Misses Marie and Margaret mother Mrs. Mae Pincher of SIS Temple Appreciated 159

I cap milkY Orange Trifle. cleaned immediately before storing. Sapp and Miss Frances Bennett Tampa.Mr. l lh
Make It a point to be ready to were visiting in Lake Butler Sat- L .- V I r .. lf
cop sugarK .
and Mra. Tom Stewart of
(Serves 6)) take care of your woolen at once. f
] teaspoon salt If wash blanket urday.Mr. Jrooker attended church here
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1 Cake or lady fingers :you :your yourself
1 teaapoea crated lemon rind I Orange Jules it'* a good idea to add a mothproofing ., and Mr*. E" .S. Sapp and Sunday. ._ I !

4 tablespoons cernaiarchH compound to the last rinse son Rudolph were dinner guests Mr. and Mrs.: Theodore Melton
beaten
cop water a eggs water. Many commercial laundrieswill 'of Mr. and Mr> B. M. ,McRae
and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle
S tablespoon aagart do this for you it you send and son
1 frs, separated tablespoon enriched flow your blankets out to be washed. Sunday In the Pine Level section.: Melton of Waldo attended church

1 tablespoon battertablespoons Laundries will also seal your blankets Miss Betty Rawle 0 f HighSprings here Sunday. I

t lemon Jules I caps scalded milk in moth-proof paper wrappingfor spent the latter part of

H teaspoon call a small extra charge. the week here with her friend
t tablespoons sugar for meringue Office eupprk of all kind for i
1 teaspoon flavoringCut Many dry cleaning establishments Miss Selma Sapp.
put clothe through a mothproofing Mule at The Hrudfcnl CountyTelegraph.
Bring milk, sugar salt and lemon cake Into small piece or split and seal the Harvey Edward of Jacksonville -
garments
process
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rind to boiling point over direct lady fingers and fill dessert dishes in tight bags so that you spent the week-end here with

heaL Add cornk about half full. v can be reasonably sure such clothes his family who are visiting Mr.: I 1:01': CIRCUIT COI'IIT, IinADFORU

) starch: which, has Pour on as much \ I&. I are safe for the coming month and Mrs. J. N. Norman.Mr. COUNTY, PLOHIUAI I:* CHAN:
been dissolved in When it comes to the actual storage CKIIV.'
orange Juice as Spa, Charlie Ray Brook Plaintiff vaMurlvl .
and Mrs. T. N. Normanand ,
and
a little water cake will absorb.r of woolens they must be put in _crooks, Defendant Case
cook In double' a custard t rL air-Ught containers.If .on. Gerald were visiting No. t39OltOEIl.
I boiler for S min- Prepare ,- you are considering the purchase Mr. and Mra. J. W. McRae In the OF PUBLICATION
1 1p
a p' AND NOTICB!] TO APPEAR
utes. Beat egsyolks Blend % pugQ:( ;Pat \SI; of a cedar chest there are Pine Level section Sunday. STATE OF FLORIDA toMurle': '
;
until light. eggs thor- 1 \ several points to keep in mind. Miss Selma Sapp spent the first rooka, clo Oancral U.llv.ry, Corornn i d '
flour As an article of furniture now .. California.
Remove cooked mixture from egg oughly. Add hot milk slowly cook adays a cedar chest doesn't have part of last week in High Springs You are required| to appear on

yolks and add to well beaten egg over hot water until thick stirring to be Just a box with a lid. You with frlenda. April 6th.and 1943.cauao. In, wherein the above plaintiff'n"m..dCourt l a

yolks. Add butter and lemon Juice. constantly. Cool promptly. Add salt can choose from ever ao many Mr. and Mr, C. Chastaln and I oka divorce. Bradford County \
Cool. Pour into pie shell. Top with and flavoring. Pour over cake. Chill styles that will add definite beautyto Telegraph, shall publish this Order
Jacksonvillewere
little daughter of In next, four weekly, IMHUAMWltnoin .
meringue madeby beating in 0 tableipoons several hours or overnight. Serve various rooms. In this my hand and officialpoftl
of sugar Into the egg But whatever type of chest you visiting relatives' at Htarke. Florida, this February .
select be sure that you are getting section Sunday. lllh. 1643.OFFICIAL .
It
until
whites cold.Getting
., slowly and whipping eggs and milk into the plenty of red cedar In its construction. ( SEAL A. J. Thomas
stands in peaks. Bake in a 300-<3e- sufficient quantity to meet This means that the chest Mra. Bennett who has been Aa Clerk of acid Court. : ,
in
diet Prank tndrum.. Fla
visiting In the southern of T
the body's demands sometime presents should be made of at least 70 percent part Atty. for Pir. -J..k'.t 5tiiv
the state has returned to her
a problem but not if you in- I of threeourthsIach cedar. It's -
delightful honey custard for I the aroma of red cedar that's moth- home here. finnriT rornr.roiwTr nnAUFonU 1
clude (''''N-
PLOHIUAI IM: '
repellent
BAYS Mr. and Mrs. J. S Sapp were
LYNN !
dessert: CKHV.Emoirano.
If buy a chest with a lid
you visiting Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Nor- Everett Plaintiff ... _
Baked Honey Custard. look for a self-sealing Up around Frank E. Everett, Defendant. Case
The Score Cards Us. sauerkraut scalded milk the lid so that it fits tightly on the man near Lawtey Sunday.GRAHAM No. J3UOKDRR, 1
with pork it you like it. No 4 caps chest, thereby keeping the cedar OP PITHLIfATlOV

kraut wID be rearmed but the 5 tablespoons strained hooey pungency in and the dust and moths STATE AND NOTICR OF FLORIDA. TO APPUAIt to:! Frank

USDA is helping producers to putIt 4 to I eggs out f?. Everett whoae residence la Ln
in barrel- salt A cr eat with drawer should have IJy Mr. Eva. StricklandFred known. !" '
up barrels It's laid Yt teaspoon conductor
this same self-sealing Up around You are required to appear on "Looks a bit crowded in there
packed kraut has a superior flavor Nutmeg or cinnamon and for the Dyal of the Seabees. stationed April fth,, 1(43, In tho: above named
each drawer same purepose.
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Scald milk in double boiler add at DavlsvIHe, R. I., was seeks divorce. Bradford ('"untyT.I"OCr.ph ft/n addition to many thousands of civilians, tat

The postman may ring twice Beat eggs and add hot milk Inspect the fastenings, too. These acre last week to attend the funeral shall publish this OrderIn solditrs and sailors on furlough -
honey. .., lots of
four weekly laauea
xt carrying
but the Laundries should be enough to hold the n are
salt strong
laundryman can't. stirring mixture rapidly. Add of his father, Wesley Dyal. Wltneaa my hand and official Yet 1
may not deliver clean and mix well Pour into buttered Ud or drawers firmly against the Pvt. Lewis C. Smith of Avon and often entire train-loads of troops.

clothes In the morning and pickup custard cups Oust lightly with cinnamon chest.Of course you want warp-proof Park arrived last week to srpend the Seaboard is doing its lest to make all passengers ,

soiled one. In the afternoon. or nutmeg. Set cup !In pan construction that insures against a few days with his..mother. Mr. Relief At Last as comfortable as possible 1;
Everything must be done at the In
<.. of warm water and place oven. sticking of drawers or lid and loosening L. C. Smith. ,
same time. )J.. Bak In a slow (3 -degree) oven of joints.TIIERESSA. I "Okay conductor We folk :who are not in the ''I :
Staff. Si". Gerald Dyal left Sat.urday ,
when Inserted
War industries need gas-so I.la It until knife comes out clean For Your Cough inconveniencewhen
suggested yousave' on gsa in In custard. Remove cups to spend a!few.; day with service are ready to put up with any j

every possible if are' a of water ImmediatelyServe his mother Mr. Mae Fischer of we travel these days. rsSEABOARD "
way you from pan By Mice Ida Hagon Creomulslon relieves promptly because :
eat user. Economize !it in cook- hot or .cold. Tampa.Mr. it goes right to the seat of the :

ing water heating and refrigeration Earl Geiger' of Cocoa Beach and Mrs. Jennings Starlingand trouble to help loosen and expel RAILWAY J
Cukf"" nltdg"fixing? llurek.ep', brother, of Brooker spent germ laden phlegm and aid nature I
Bakmir spent the week-end here with his Saturday afternoon with relatives to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed -
It look like nationwide graded You nom the problem and ,* mother Mr. J. P. Dickinson. bronchial mucous mem- ( v WORKS Ii 1, 1
meet i is I' 11 here. to sell EIt!sin -lCJ! sole" '
Just around the corner. it. /ALynn Chambers "* ; branes.Tell your druggist you
The only thing holding it back I.a I I. i plain expert 11,1.''''' II you Clyde Bradley of Camp Shelby Mrs. Kate Starling left Mondayto a bottle of Creomulalon with the understanding ..w fCR WMpe AMD atAYn
gity you
ao
shortage of glad Sncbuisg a sdladdrared..Tamped Mlas.. 1 J. visiting his wife, Gladys spend a few week with her you must like the way it '
trained government her
write In '. pie quickly! allays the cough or you are ,
Jor your rep Bradley. Mrs. Henry Padgett and
graders- Now three out of our .n".lo" ZIO SrwhDaplr ) daughter to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
Veins.
oig-' meat packers use gradIng "1p"lern Nt'1IJJpGp. MrI* G. John and aon. children of Tampa.Pvt. .

sus S.,.... C/au:,U0.lU Omen.h Grady of Hampton spent several and Mrs. Vernon Dyal are

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, FRIDAY MvRrJB

PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY 'fKLEORAPIl. STARKE FLORIDA ,


"" I W'.J'. ', : 1 1'1fI1'" ,"' Strong Has Issued Deanna Durbin Control Office

Ii: jt',>> f' S -m.i":, ":t't <'. .> ... l? OUR SERVICE MEN I 30,000 Licenses Comes To ParkIn Rules That Ten!
.
:, .,0> .. ': .4!: .... ... .
t- .. '; ; .: \ ; l> "<*d < Item of latrmto M'r lnllr /
! '" (" A ,. '" "' '', -. .4f.v.l ('...... b.y. now .er..ln. t'iM-lc' I For 'Hunting Japs' Newest Film Must Show ProA
,; ,1JJi a.i s ; Nam.' Par..te and rrlendiB 'are .ra.d toeooi
r '
eritt4 t.r hrlnajlniv !. sewn and letters
t ?: yihWorl tr front the boy away front k.m... Servicemen Harley F. Strong the Jewelerand Deanna Durbln's newest and question arose |In
: { ar. .1!_ r........... .* write to t..* been moat eagerly. awaited motion pic- few days; ago that dens
who has
K of'IrlrKrnpk.Interne reporting H'r.t. sad .vtlrltlew' watchmaker ture, "The Amazing Mrs. Holll- Immediate answer. nam
<
Post Exchange
located at the Main day" comes to the Park Theatre a person have the right

I o II III PIWMO'DD TO CAPTAIN !Cleaners has been in the Coast at Camp Blanding for the Sunday for a three-day run. It his own property for

;: t ass j Word has Just been received Artillery three years. The last past two year" was in the Tele- will reveal the young star as an legal representative of t

? ', :. here of the promotion of Lt. Elmo i two yean ofttbe time has been graph office the other day to, outstanding dramatic actress as erty endeavored to shoved

I R. Struth. son 'of Mr... W. H. i spent In Canal Zone. Mrs. Edwards order 30,000 more copies of the' well as the most popular song house to a proHpectiv

Iit Struth of Starke to the rank of i hears; from.hlm frequently famous "Jap Hunting License' stress of the films. whereupon, according to t!

Captain. He Is stationed with and he .U ,getting along well and that he has been distributing to The story,Is of timely Interest the tenants not only re

the 124th Infantry at Fort Kenning likes his workuand his location. service men as an ,advertising and j Importance with the action let the parties In, but net

Ga Before being called to<< idea for the past several months taking place In the glamorous ori them as well.

I' active duty. Capt. Struth was a ONE COLD rf'CBACKKR" Mr. Strong claims to be the origInator society circles of San Franciscoand The owners of the prop

':. member of the local National TbeTele&T3ph' has Just received of this Idea which gives the exciting aftemiath-fol- mediately took up the

Guard for many year the following Interesting letter: soldiers permission to shoop Jape lowing Japanese enroachments In with the Rent Control

R'i Dear Mr. Matthews: without bag limit any time of the Orient. Jacksonville which told

AIR MAIL 8UBSOKIITION: How are: you all down In dear day or night. He has already Deanna's vivid grown-up personality ants that they could be

Another-Bradford boy who enJoys old Bradford? Fine I"'hope, All given away 30,000 of the licensee is thrlllingly displayed In of the house. They the

w" reading the Telegraph each for myself. I am not complaining. and has had requests for them her role of an American girl showed the property.

:' week Is Cpl. Felix M. Sullivan but surely wish I was back there from camps in all parts of the who; with a group of helpless

"" don of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sul- enjoying that good old Florida country. "A general even sent little children flees the yellow 11,669 Ration

)tG v w tri livan of Theressa. He has bin sunshine Instead of being up here his watch to me for repair work scourge. Noted players, in the

paper sent via air mall, although trying to'act like an Eskimo. It because he saw one of my ads" cast Include" E d m o n d O'Brien, : Issued In County]

". thin I* quite expensive the post was 86 below,'zero when I start- Mr., Strong says. Grant Mitchell and Arthur Trea-
WJth. registration
age coating more each week-lhan ed out to church so I decided to He has had 27 years experienceas cher. swing at the Rationing still Bod

the paper Itself. However Felix stay In as much as possible watchmaker and was formerlyon Deanna sings four songs including flee In the"Starke Arm

,f nays h'i!! consider It worth the coat I enjoy, the Telegraph so much the technical staff of the Ham- such old., favorites as, with a normal population(!

;' In order to have the news from r.eep'up" with ilton Watch factory. During World "The Old Refrain "Mighty Lak'A
and try to } my about 10,000,-Bradford C
t :
home before It gets ''stale before War I he nerved 11 months in Rose'" and a Chinese versionof total'of:
friends. In the I realize ", sued a ,11.669
.service. :
entering the Army Felix ...1 I the Air Corps as Instrument tech- "RockAByeBaby..'** '

j employed by H A., Lawson ,aa ta ,they ate/>having'a..hard,time.but nlcjan., .. and, before_ coming to Florida first Mon three. NIf days; :;: the last w

jiI1\ meat cutter- After his induc- I am not!enjoyingfmyself as"much was active In civic affairs Wesley A. Dyal was held at a eve cat're 1

tion, he took a radio course at as" If 1 wer 'Jylnll: on the beachat being past president of the At-
t throughout the
i Drew Field" Tampa, before being Klngsley Lake. I am willing lanta Watchmakers Guild. Buried, Last Week County,
day and Saturday it ]
sent on foreign duty about a year to go through anything though, lie and Mrs. WIl.Sed
Strong are now at the
Armory, there
Wesley A. Dyal life long resident
The address to which his normal
ago. to see back to
'everYthIng
in the B. Jacobs
cottage
a living on books Issued on )
of Graham, died Monday, Thursdaj
mall Is sent la: Cpl. Felix M. Sul- again. Lake
A : L llvan-34057658, Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., Will close, hoping to hear from Kingsley Feb. 22. following an, extended Tabulation of the resu

t ______ 516th Sig. A. W. Regt., -APO 837. all my friends and wishing them illness. He was 48 years of age. the following totals:
Grass Fires Prove 6,772 at etaol rlfort
He is survived by three sons,
In care of Postmaster, New Orleans all the very best of luck

Symbolic of the rolo' lh. Red (;roM li again p'III.' ... the 1913 Red La.' YoUr friend. Costly To City Vernon and Gerald Dyal of the 6,755 boqks issued at t id

1 Cr... W.r Fund pmlmr depict. Ih. orsaniaallon .. a mother mlnUlrrln T-Sgt. Chester E. Moody. U. S. Army and Fred Dyer of ford High School;

to ibo nrril of the mm of the Uiilled Stale armed force and the victim IN COAST ARTILLERY 671st Company Another grass fire,about 3:13: the Navy; six sisters Mrs. Annie 1,772 at the Reno Sch

.f war throughout the world.. The poster I. an appeal to all men and women Lee Hendrlcks, son of Mrs. E. Cochrane;Ont. P. M. Sunday! This time out on Milliard, Trilby Mrs. Mattle Hll- 884 at Hampton;
for contribution to the War rund. Lawrence Wilbur noted Illustrator hard, Pompano Mrs. Essie Was- 683 at Hellbronn Sprin
O. Edwards, of the New Method Dominion of Canada. West Madison street. The fire
h designed. lb. po..Irr. Helen Mueller I. the modeL' department nAIl .been cauea out din Waldo. Mrs. Lola Stokes Registration will contiij

$ ti Brooker. Mrs. Gladys Stricklandand everyone has received hl-j
14 times during the past three
Board Requested j Camp Roosevelt months to assist In extinguishingsuch :Mrs. Ruby Britt Ocala; four tlon book No.2.Funeral .

', 4 rr 4 To Restrict Offers CourseIn fires within the city limitsof brothers T. D. Dyal Brooker T.

i I. Dyal Gainesville Irvin Dyal Today
Starke. Part of the time Fire

Amusement ParksW. Plane Mechanics Chief R., C. Buford learned In Graham and Lee Dyal, Ocafa. For Mrs. Davids]
6 caoss ,
r ,
,11. d-
.t.Vo Funeral services el
'' ft i advance' that It was fire were
a
grass
E. Campbell ,of the 'AmUsement -,i An, Aircraft.and: : Engine, Mechanics and managed to take care of It Thursday afternoon Feb. 22, at Mrs. Lois Shuford Davit

\ Park at Bland Ing- Center Trailing: Course opened at without'calling out the firefighters 3 o'clock In the Graham Baptist wife of James G. Day

k{ appeared before the Board of the NYA Camp Roosevelt Wat- and taking the entire equipment Church with the Rev. L. G. Hem- Lawtey was found deal
\, f7T t Fatsnuntr THE UNITED Production Training Project on officiating. Intermentwas home Wednesday followliierinjEL
mlngway
County Commissioners Monday But some of the time the
STATES IS THE PBtStOtHT,Of / M Feb. 1 with.:Wm. E. Creighton'as alarm caught him by complete in Mt. Sinai Cemetery under Illness.. She Is suJ
morning the that the
THE AMERICAN RED CROSSMCLP / !with request supervisor. .
surprise and he was obliged, in the direction of Key-McCabe Fun- her husband; one daugh
Board in the Mr. Creighton attended Aero-
cooperate restricting
eral Home. Jacksonville. Marguerite Davidson if
the interest of safety, to sound
'J promiscuous Issuance of licenses to nautical College 'in Philadelphia the siren and call out the fire Active pall bearers were Charlie Blanding; five brothers j

,. + 1 amusement park operators so Pennsylvania, and holds an Aircraft fighters. Thomas Dewey Murrhee, Cliff R. Shuford. John S., OI

t e that i/iuy t..u buh y..,><. wwulu I|I and Engine Mechanic's rat- Kelly B. W. Jerrell, Leo Dyal ford. J. W. Shuford, II
"If those who desire burn
tI ? ing,as well Ground Instructor's to
He' as a '
I: operate ,in this vicinity.I : and Lloyd Dyal. Shuford; one half-sister,
promised to donate :5 percent of rating,In engines. ,He was grass will" notify the Fire Department She had lived In Law!
1 I I released from the Army In Alabama Mr. Buford said Monday -
iia gross receipts In the operation 1928. being originally frJ
I Heads Masonic
"we will be to Lodge
of the parK to the Bradford and worked for the Florida I glad cooperate ton N. C. Funeral servlf
4 and come out and help them
A County Health Council. The matter State Department of Education Friends of Joseph E. Thomas, to be held some time

was referred to the tax 'collector ;).as Aircraft and Engine Me- keep the fire In check But'heintimated son of Mrs.. E. M.'' Thomas of Clngsley Lake cemetery, |

: and the county attorney chanic Instructor, prior to join- that It would save the Starke, 'will be interested to know Rev. H. {I. Hazzard p

I :: edj : for Investigation. Roosevelt Ing the NYA: Staff at Camp advance City money when If he Starke could residentswere know in that he was recently elected Worshipful .- the Lawtey Methodist Chi

).i, Notary, bond for D.. E. KnightIn fl. Master of the Crescent flclating. .De Witt C. Jocha..g
; a aY This interesting ..defense.course going, to burn their grass '
". the amount of $ OO. executedby City,Masonic, Lodge. of 'fufieTal'arrang
I will last three to ..Ixmonthl.Tbree The called
from Department was
C. A. and H. V.
Knight Knight could +--- ... .... ...
however
months of Aircraft to what have beena -
"t an 'sureties! was duly approved. ,
'; evCRV AMERICAN/ K1HTINJ MAN Likewise bond for Miss Patsy I and- three months' or -Engines andle real fire last Friday at 11:15P.

AINEO RED CROSS WORKERS COVER AU ARMY Edmondson open to ,both boys. and girls M., had they not arrived on EVERY, BRANCH OF
as notary public in.
AND NAVY STATIONS JU WM JMt WOUtOfttooo ;
,
between the ages of 16 and 25. time. The Bill WainwrIght house
the amount of $500: executed by '
1 y Youths may ,enter. either, one of at the corner of Church and Mad-
o the Maryland Casualty Co., of
( $ ooHAreo THAOVSH MS aeo md Baltimore Md. was duly appro-' the courses.;, ison caught seemingly from a iniuranceH.
) ccssf tAvftrf t/vef ew ercav f/ewiw*. ed. Training J courses offered for spark, burning a small hole In

,I fHOVr-OAT IAP AND S EAG / both boys and girls between the the roof. The damage was negligible
Mrs. R. R. Prevail ,who -
requested
bed ages of 16 aqd 25 Include Clerical Mr. Buford said.
that road work
IA ; some
: 1. Radio Machine Shop Sheet Metal
done near her place was promised
Welding Auto Mechanics and Work
FightOr
the work as soon as possible ,
Aviation Mechanics. C.
The Clerk was Instructed WALL
Go To Jail
e ? Those desiring to take these i ,
to distribute $500 of the second .
1 courses should apply to the U. S.
race track funds to ,the Board of City Marshal Says
Service'
Employment or directly
Public Instruction. Agency
to the- off Ice*of the Project Man- Keeping pace with other towns
The Superintendent the mem-
ager at Camp Roosevelt. and cities' throughout the Nation
bers and the attorney for the Youth! ,In this vicinity may ap. which are trying to see to It that Constant Service Over 50 Years
Board of Public Instruction met
ply, to the XoutbPeraonnel", Field the war Is not lost because of any
with the Board of County Commissioners -
V Representative. Mrs.: Cecllle J. kind of "slackers." Police ChiefA.

requesting I m mediate Fagan P. O.j Box 18. Gainesville, L. Alvarez has announced his Pleaseume'' 146CLASSIFIED
distribution of the race track

-f Fights With U. S.When Faithful' Forever fun..!.' received. They were advised Fla.; -or. ;? eternal Starke. fight"It Is against almost loafers impossibleto in

that $::500 of the first race Rites
Sunday hire any help around town"
track distribution had already
f For Buck Kite the Chief said yesterday "and ADS
been deposited to the account of .
the full of "
y tho Board of Public Instruction, yet streets' are loafers.
r '',aka and that the second distribution Buck Cleo Kite 48-year-old He then served notice that all ,
Starke farmer died at his homeat GIRL WANTED for light housekeeping FOR SALE Model-A '
able-bodied
men, "white col- -
would be deposited to the two or II
boards Immediately.A 8 P. M. Thursday Feb. 25 ored, must find a regular job and minding 6yearoldchild. I up light truck In pt.un
after a long illness. He was a Will furnish room and I
letter was received from J. work on the streets or go to ixtrgam. RUSSMI i
veteran of World War I. having! He give board. Apply Louie's Army Joe St. Cia
R V. Nnapp veterinarian, to the jail. emphasized the fact thatit coo| Starling. |
I A aeY enlisted In the Infantry when he Store, Temple Ave., Starke. It''
I
1 effect that he would endeavor to was not sufficient for a man
PIE--wwETole was 20 years of He
served
age.
work out suitable arrangements to work two or three days per
overseas from Oct. 7. 1918 to week loaf the STRAYED small*mare ''W '.Uheaffer foul t a)
whereby the hog vaccination workIn and rest of the Please
and :
April 27 1919 stop notify mUJe'1 Reward. Dotil Haskln
was and -
gassed : time but
that he would
have
; to
the County could go on with- died the Cone; R 2, Box 245 B.
as final result of Baldwin. Fla.APARTMENT .
out hlnderance: However Inasmuch 1'.1 work at his own job or work on Lake Road..
Funeral services lip
a's these arrangements were conducted ''I the streets of the City If he was FOR R
at 4 P. M. Sunday from the
have hitherto proved unsatisfactory Witt C. Jo&es and De not going into the Army. FOR SALE-Jersey milk cow- rooms hot and cold
chapel
the Clerk was Instructed to was '.,7n'Crosby inter.mast heavy milker. Fred Halslop. ml. from Starke., Road 1
take up the matter with Dr. cemetery. Students Show Route 2, Box 117. Starke Flor-
The Revs A:'K"Ugh ttoot. pastorof teY.-F., J. Shaw.
Ida.
I
Knapp again and also to contact liP
the First Baptist Church was Rotary ClubA cd
veterinarian who might be LOST Red purse
any
viable to
,; police) dog seem the officiating minister. JUICY FRYERS
Interested In doing this work for : Tender bat valuable Re H
understand why his beloved pal. a Few paper
Serit. Ben Korofcl lets .go black chew will Del rise and rello the farmer He is survived by his; wife;I Things tery raised butte r m 11 k fed return, to ,Bra d ford
wlih Us JM caliber machine* rfrwn accident several step-children; a brother weighing 2 Ibs. now. Also .
bomb. wits him aa.'". Bat a traffic A letter was received also fromJ. Concrete evidence that schoolsof set- Telegraph
the turret of a Liberator ... ended Perry Kite four half-brothers ting red
la Wa hln. D. C.. M. eggs and leghoms.E. .-
lie'si Maxey Dell. D. '
ever Axl-occapied territory Superin- today are doing a good job of
or their friendship forever. For several Solomon Kenny. Harold and E. Waadln 3 ml. FOR RENT-2 combo
Roy north of
around C.
of
provlnc the peepla tendent the Florida Farm Colony I training students to shoulder the
t dog soacfatthe
the Kite
.... N' ..... that their eoaddeaoe l. myrtery hoar of his police pal' lu>le. nes. In which he advised that be Kite.; and one'half-sister' Dorothy responsibilities of tomorrow was. Waldo on Road 13. 3-5 5tp rooms .adjoining bath
Kurokl farm wasa water.. from
the Across
late family on
did not have available room for presented at the Rotary Club FOR
Sergeant KvoU U Pallbearer SALE-A newly-painted and cafe'o'n '
l ntoplaced. were i A. J. Thomas, Route 13 juH
has received presidential Bobble Gibson
'' ., four Nebraaka-bornibrollier*) County of New River. Wednesday. Five students of B. overhauled bicycle deluxe
Cyrus
one style
7'
i Slstrunk. James I1ml Men 0
". .< Japanese ancestry. serving wit approval' on a small project according With regard to the question of Ira Wilson and Freeman Patray H. S. accompanied by their princi- new tires. J. A. Martinet cio city, t
Register Humble..
UM U. 8. arm,. to Oliver T. Ray of Atlanta a proposed crossing,on the Peggy ; pal. Foster Shi Smith favorably A. W. Redgrave. 1

,. On., regional director of railroad about a quarter of a Closed Impressed Rotarians with entertaining tp FOR RENT OR SALEroom

Elias L. Crews the Federal Works Agency mile south of Starke. a letter was ThursdaysW. talks on various departments FOR RENT Apartment. Keystone bungalow Inl

a The grant la In the amount of received from the roallroad com- I.. Blair, rationing board ,of high school work Heights, 4 bedrooms Will sell cheap. Hot .

Funeral ,services for Ellas L. $10,613, and is to the Board of pany In which It stated that J. clerk announces, that effective immediately The program was arranged by electrically equipped.-Mrs. running water. Mr

:"'j, Crew., 69 were held Tuesday, Public Instruction "for maintenance M.' Edwards bad been advised of ,,the office ,in the Arm- Miss Sarah Barefoot who introduced H. Hasklna, Phone 2442 P'I Bennett

1 Cemetery of school facilities due to Its desire In the matter. Hence "ory' will bo-iClosed all day on the following speakers: wln- 2-26 4tp "

I :'ncreascd attendance because of' the proposition was referred td Thursday of ,each week In order Miss Eva Fay Galney. describing 'FOR RENT IF YOU WOULD BUY

.t ler pastor-of the Luwtey,Baptist I 0\0'111" activities." him for final deposition.' that this lima might be used In the work of the speech depart- one furnished-Two 4-room houses, milk cows stock c

/:: Church 0 f t I emLing. Arrange A resolution was adopted closing straighteningfiles and ,catchingup ment; Miss, Martha Evelyn Mar- Located one unfurnished.! cattle stock balls or

; ments were In-cbarge of a portion,of a County graded onr other,of flee, routine key telling of the Importance of road from on Road 28 where rail- In touch with J. D. C

abe. Jacksonville. Dr. Malcolm Ford road leading into the Keystone physical education; Mack Futch Theressa to Blan Box 247 Starke; Box

;' The deceased ,was a KeY-WC-'j To Be Transferred Air Edward Bane.. The salary'of T. C. Income Tax,DeadlineMarch representing ,the Science depart- ,ding Daugherty.crosses highway.3.23. N. City; Telephone '''1

iA resident of Bradford tractor operator was ment;' and Miss Nina Bishop 2tp Auction, market eve'

r t. ing born September 25: 1874. and Di'. Malcolm J. Ford who came fixed at $140 ,per month. 15. deadline for filing In- home economics. !WANTED TO SELL-large-sized day on all classes of

(, Is survived by two daughters. I to Starke aa Director of the Clay- The Board by appropriate ac- come tax returns, draw nearer All of the speakers gave concise Duo-therm automatic heater In at Lake City at 2:30:
tion
the
D1.ItrictVeltaare
Bradford County Health Unit gave and nearer. Every single person talks home good
Board driving their condit I Ion Mrs. Junlus U. S. APPROVED be
BHS Gets $10,613 March 1, 1942 has been trans of District No. & exclusive whose Income 'amounted to $500 points with telling force. Com- Smith. Hampshire Reds dal

ferred to the U. S. Marine Ho*. I authority to approve or disapprove or more last.,.year and every married menting on the clear diction and lip started Eogl

'. For Maintenance I pltal in New Orleans La. He ; the removal of relief clients person or head of a family poise of the first speaker Miss SECRETARY WANTED One White Leghorns pullets.
: into or out of the whose who from]
': County. Income totaled can take
1,200 or Galney. dictation:
thre'e wUl leave March 22 for his new one Rotarian remarked. Need cockrela. From hens
with other "war
; Along announced more last year must file a return "The Rotary Club not be expert but mUst be
i post of duty. It was should get her hon- and Place' ord
EY publO: service project in the Office 8 He up.
u p p Bradford regardless of deductions or credits to come back again and Nt and dependable. W. T
yesterday. give us Reasonable
,a southeastern area. Bradford County price)
Telegraph. which
might be made. Clute realtor
some lessons In public.speaking." 119 East Call old pullet8.-E. W
Sweet, up stairs.
jt north of Waldo on R



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