Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[ Trading Blanding Center andRecreation BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the

for Camp This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established ln 1877


[erchants Plan DRIVE A NAIL IN HITLER'S COFFIN!, City Exempts

WednesdaylalfHolidays City Purchases (BIG WAR BOND RALLY SATURDAYWith Flier Dies Homesteads

one week left to gd in order to reach the goal, Of Taxation

$20,000 in Bonds in the Treasury's 2nd War around "$225.000 worth of

[ question again cornea up.- I Fund Drive, Bradford County bonds must be bought. No In Plane Crash ,-
The The City Dads will have their
mall we or shall we not closeur has invested only 73913.25 reports have been received

businesses one afternoon aeek The City of Starke has done in War Bonds-only 44 percent yet from other sections of Stark and Bradford Countyhad of names Abou inscribed Ben Adem along aa those with who that

this+ Bummer"-and the Pore Its share to help Bradford County of its quota of $169,000. the county, but it i is hoped the' War brought right, to Its "love their fellowmen," while

Department has circulated a reach its $169.000Va r Bond This amount includes the that they are doing their partto door last Saturday when Sgt. Albert the City of Starke Itself will go

Uuon among the business mend quota. large purchase o f $20,000 p aid the drive. J. Posey of New Orleans down In history as one of the

women to determine their Last week the Florida Bank at worth 0 f bonds made last Of the 173.913.25 sold in was killed and two other army most progressive of towns of anysizealt

r,sIre In the matter. Already 33 Starke! received the City's check week by the City of Starke, Starke, the Florida Bank at flyers were Injured when two l because ,at Its meeting

'fferrat firms have signed, upEnd with instructions to order $20.000 so from now on it's up to the ,Ir Starko issued $49.744.50 ,(Including -' light, '.bombf'l'II. from the Keystone Tuesday, night the, City.- Council
are ready to begin, closing worth of Series F. Bonda from small investor to see that the 'Army Air Field collided voted l to exempt homesteads from
city's $20,000
|ne afternoon each week begin. the Federal Reserve Bank In At. Bradford near here while 0 n a routine city taxation!
County goes over purchase) the off sold
first/ week In May. lanta. The used waS ; post ice .
,In.: the money funds the top. I training flight.Following ,This exemption will be on .all
' And this time It Is to be Wed. the City had on hand from rev $21,131.25; the Florida Theatre the collision four "homes' up to a valuation of

I..,,,lay instead of Thursdays, by enue from the municipally-owned Realizing that something S t $1,781.25 ; and the Bradford crew mom bel's' parachuted to $5.OOO, It. A. Bishop City Council

\'narsl consent, the petition star light and water plant, must be done t o stimulate HE WONT LIKE IT! I County Telegraph $1- safety The pilot of one of the Chairman, stated Wednesday He

g that the undersigned "hereby "We consider War Bonds to be rales, the Rotary Club made 256.25. planes landed big craft near the said that only two homos In

-4 (re! to close at noon ((12 0'lOCk the safest and best Investment plans Wednesday to stage a The Rotary committee mak. State Prison Farm The other Starke would fall to come under

+ ) each Wednesday until such for our surplus cash" H. A. rousing rally on Call St. Saturday and entertainment. ing arrangements for .the I plane crashed about five miles the tax exempt ruling. "As. far as

+ me as agreed to discontinue Bishop, chairman of the City afternoon. Some big An important fact to remember from Starke near the Lnko Butler I know," Mr. Bishop commented, F
1II1.," and It has been agreed Council,' said In discussing the surprise features are being is that the $169,000 rally Saturday is composedof road setting fire to woods "there la no other town In the

hat the starting date be Wed. matter yesterday. "The bonds will planned, and those who buy quota represents actual I W, II. Nollman G. C. owned by I... D. Vtnlng. The cause, State that has a homestead exemption

$<.day., :May 5.Nat I be used for the purpose of retiring bonds on that day will get money invested and is not the Powell, W T. Clute, Julius L. of tho collision has not boon de-, law, unless it Is Ocala." aIn

:- Sternberg stated early this i the bonded Indebtedness of their money's worth in fun lace value of the bond. Thus, Thorn and K. L, Matthews. i termlnod, Army officials reported other words, there will be
leek that he felt sure before the i the city when it comes due In yesterday no 1943 city taxes on your home
Jioglnning date most of the 1946." -- the place where you live -
"/ISfIII/ of Starke would bUBI.j The City owes only $42,000, New Division course you
property to rent. It will be taxed.
(:lot* which 1946.Colorful is .not payable until Jan.ual'y Members. of the Ministerial large eongrelation was given the! i aster music and they will sing Born At Blanding But "homeatead owners must

I Alliance are highly pleased with privilege of hearing some of the!! again tonight (Friday), when thosermon make application on special exemption -
SO-YMCA Plans the fine attendance and the cooperative beat vplcos .{f tho University City topic will be "The World's Camp' niandlng has seen a lot blank to be had at the ..

utstandingter MusicalAt spirit which they are featured In Ttlic solo parts The I I \V6rst Blackout." As an added of Army division come and (KO.I City hall" Clerk Carl I Johns i

Park TheatreA receiving In sponsoring: the cur I choruses wt>exceptionally\ well- feature, tonight's program will In- but the first one actually to be stated. "If you don't apply for ,
ProgramOn rent aeries of Holy Week union handled( nnd<< the stirring cllmaxpl'ovld..d elude a number by the Elementary I born there was added. to the nil-, I exemption, you will not get It,"

rollicking musical extravaganza servlcea. sonic .Insplilng! + musical Chorus of It. H. S. entltled.j I lion's rapidly expanding. ground I
On : Sunday afternoon the .' 1 Friend In forces 'l'h"I'sllayprll 15: when
"Springtime In the Rock On Monday night the First moments! .My Calvary. Memorial
olellers of Camp Blanding and ies," filmed in gorgeous technicolor I Baptist Church, where services Following c the service!' rcfivshmuHs -I The Sunrlso Ilel't.ICU will beheld (lie !OOlh Infantry Division was Day
citizens of Starke will have not Ivn ted in an Impri-HHlve ceremony Observance'Planned
tile held each 8 '
being night at Easter morning
: against a background of were' vcrvivl, to tho Gainesville Sunday on
ttn pportunlty to hear many beautiful Lake Louise, will occupy I o'clock was well filled when the I group by the USO-YMCA, tile lawn of the Buptixt Church By U. D. C. (
amour. artists at a concert to be the screen at the Park Theatre" Rev Charles H, Allen deliveredthe the USO-YWCA; and the churches mill the message will be broughtby Unlike many military organizations -

given; at the USO-YMCA corner Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. message und the II. H. S. of Staikc :Mlns. x-l.idg Middle- Di U. A. Bryant, associate/ in I In existence, the 66lh Division The annual Memorial Day pro.''

<01>f Temple and Washington at With a super-abundance of talent Glee Club Bong two beautiful ton served as chairman for this charge of the Church 8t.'I'vlcej!' j hUll no National Guard or gram, sponsored by the W T
'i,30 P M. A very unusual gray numbers. Center, Tho combined choirs will VV'orlJV a r predecessor, which '
Including such purl of the program and built I Week Chapter, U. D. C. will
big names as
of talent has been secured for Tuesday night the church was provide the music. bore Its numerical designation It
Grable, John Car meetings were presided over by be in the Recreation Hall
Betty Payne,
['hts program.A men Miranda and Cesar Romero. filled to capacity when Roaxlnl'ii Julius L. Thorn director of the The customary three-hour Good" 14 "brand new" and will carve Its of the Methodist church at 3:30:

chorus composed of soldiers "Springtime In the Rockies" also! "Stabat Mater" oratorio was ex- USO-YMCA (Traveling expenses Friday service will b.. held at own niche In future hostllltlus o'clock Sunday afternoon, April

tram the camp will sing under the 'features the popular Harry James pertly sung by a 40-volce choir of the Gainesville choir were St. M lI'k's Episcopal Church from .Gen. H. F. Kramer, commander 25.Mrs

'direction of Cpl. Anthony Gledralus and his orchestra. The comedy from the First Methodist ChurchIn taken care of by the USO 12 noon today until 3 p. m. !' of the new organization, L. A. Davis, Chapter Hlotorlan -

well known musical director element Is ably handled by Char. Gainesville. The composer's agencies.On All civilians of the community, U. known In American military will preside, and the ado
,in civilian life. Cpl. Gledratls hag lotte Greenwood and EdwardEveiett difficult Easter music received Wednesday and Thursday as! well an the Army personnel at circle for his activity as an observer tires, will be made by. the. Rev.
[June radio work In Chicago and excellent: treatment from the Camp Bin ruling, are Invited to i with tho German Army In O. C. Powell. I
aaa director of the New England Horton. choir, under the capable direc- nights the combined choirs of all attend the remaining Buster. ser' i 1939 and 1040, marching with At four o'clock. Monday after.
Choral group. He also trained a The film has plenty of good tion.,o!. ,ClarK, Gourley. and the Starke cJ1urcw..provI4ed! special vices. ." ,, .,-,,? ,.. Nazi 'legions' In the Invasion of noon, "April 26, the member< of

rhoMili of 900' volcea"1 which: "was music, with the most popular Poland and studying'at the Gorman the W. T. Weeks ,Chapter and ,
featured at the New York's World number, of course, being "I Had General Staff School as !the others Interested- will 1 go to I
Fair! CpL Gledratls will also sing the Craziest Dream" as played by Bank Invests Cool .Weather I Mail Route 1 j[last American exchange student. Crosby Cemetery to place flags 1

d solo on Sunday. Harry James. Carmen Miranda'sversion h Over A MillionIn Is ExtendedTo I Veteran of 31 years In the Army, and flowers on the graves of sol-

Major Andrew Fodor. a concert of "Chattanooga C 00 i he nerved in Mexico In Panama, diem of all wars who are burled
Choo" Is of the musical highlights Govt. SecuritiesThe Kingsley HomesAt
one !
I violinist before his commission in Retards BerriesA and Instructed at the Commandand there

I'he: Army, will play several num. of the movie Florida Bank at Starke.' the suggestion of Representative General Staff School, Ft. Flowers' are very much needed '

|bore Two Starke Girls both for the sake of patriotism at Large Lex Green, the Lcavenworth Kansas. and any one wishing to make I'

Pvt Guy Masnano, accordionist, and because It Is the best Invest fine rain last Saturday help. 1'OHt Office Department has donations for the purpose of

I who Is rated as one of the best Join WAVESTwo ment to be had Jn the globe, has ed, the outlook for Bradford agreed to extend rural route No. Jurors Named decorating graves may leave

I in the country, will have a spot a total of 91.01S.-i84.37 Invested In: County's strawberry season Immensely 1 from Starke to take care of For Circuit CourtThe them (made Into small bunches) '
I un the program. He recently appeared more Starke girls have various kinds of Government securities -I but unseasonably cool the occupants of the Federal on Monday morning with Miss

on the Major Bowes enlisted In the WAVES-MIss according to W B. weather continues to prevent the Houdng project 'located in the following jurors have been Madge M:I d dleton Mrs. Ethel

[broadcast and was rated "tops. Ruby Silcox, daughter of Mr. and Sewell,. President. fruit from ripening and volume is vicinity of Kingsley Lake. selected to serve at the spring, ntffgi or Mrs. S. 8. Dowllng. Mrs.O. o
Mrs J. L. Silcox. and 'Miss L. Beasley will also receive
Pfc., Karl Miller| ,.popujat, singer Martha Mathews, daughter of Mr. On April 21 the Bank purchased consequently light. Thor housing project was auth term of Circuit Court which convenes flowers,! at her home on North
I who has appeared many times in and Mrs Roy Mathews. They are (100,000 In "one year Treasury From the Lawtey platform 'this orlzed'and constructed primarilyfor here ''Monday April 24:' Walnut St.ScouU I

New York, will add to the well both graduates of BHS, and both ''I Certificates of Indebted," week, OOO crates were shipped the relief of acute housing l A. W Anderson Dick Hinson.O ,

| rounded program. have been employed In the office !which although they may not be Monday. at an average of 10.75; requirements at Camp Standing F. Tomllnson, P. E. Green, P. '
Acting as master of ceremonies of County Agent L. T. Dyer. applied to the $169,000 2nd War 1,000 crates were shipped Tuesdayat The extension and mall service M. Garrett, A. B. Whltehead, To Get

I will be Pvt. Dave Magruder who filed their applications ''I Loan! quota for Bradford County, the same average; and 600 will go, Into effect on May 1,, Charlie A. Jenkins Jr., George Trip To Camps

[was formerly with Station. WMT, They 8 and were called to the yet they assist greatly In financing crates Wednesday, at. 575." 1043. Shuford If. C. Green Robert f.
April\ As Awards
Cedar Rapid, Iowa. Naval Recruiting Station In Jacksonville i the War. It is the Bank's intention Only' round 300' crates a: day Demorest, D. Y. Saxon W. H. Garden, ; ,,

The program la being arranged for examination April 15.: ', the last of April to purchase have been' shipped from the Brothers ArrestedIn Hall R. B. Wa dln, Lloyd Edwards Several ,Boy' Scout, who >areadjudged ,
bJ Paul Tubb.: Program Director a considerable amount of Starke Farmers' Market and no Chester Wlsu, J. B. Strick
They both passed all Cattle Theft : to have the beat and
of the US<)-YMCA assisted by and will be bonds, which will be reported on immediate Increase in volume is land Clyde Cone BUI Hall, W.
were accepted most productive Victory' Garden
Pn. later T. Ben, F. Hall L. Q.Hazen. .
Dave Crosby, ,
Mae-ruder. sent to Hunter College. N. Y., for expected. Two brother 'Theodore and will be rewarded with a week at
Hostesses Pate Gas".tt, Roy Green,
for the afternoon will special training, probably about Dock Norman, from near Highland the Boy Scout summer camp with
I bs furnished l C. A. Drlggers, Jerry M. Norman,
by the Woman's Ser- May 3.'U1Hs. City Books : Lt. Osborn Asks are In ,jail at Green Cove all expenses paid.
W. H. Morgan R. L. Lee U.!: E.
jvlw of the YMCA. clerical Springs awaiting trial I n Clay This announcement was madeat
SUcox will do To Be AuditedAt
I Anyone Interested la invited to For Meeting: Norman, Berry Dyal, J. S. Aus
Miss County for stealing a cow from the regular monthly meeting
work In the past,
hear' the tin, O. C. Wynn, James Horns-
1 program.Threatening Mathews will not decide until she ita meeting Tuesday nightthe Of Ground ObserversAll i "Coon" Mosley In Clay County, by W, R. Harrell, Martin L. Wat- of the New River District held in
arrives at the college just what City Council voted to employthe killing It and selling the beef to the Methodist Recreation Building
... terson, C. T Wade, Newn War-
I Fire Hoe she will take up. Miss services of Roy L. Purvis citizens of Starke are urged Joe D. Poole at Lawtey In Brad ren. Wednesday afternoon and presided u
Mathews resigned her position Certified Public Accountant, of to attend an emergency meeting ford County.. over by Chairman L. R. Bris

J A F small fire at the home of with' Mr. Dyer Monday, while Gainesville to audit the CIty'sbooks. of the Ground Observers They had sold beef to a certain tol. In order to encourage the
Church Austin on'the corner of Miss Silcox will continue In the The books have never Corps at the Methodist Recreational Individual." Sheriff A. O. Taxpayers Body boys to grow better gardens and
: and 7th streets was prevented Building at 8 o'clock Wednesday at the same time to give them!
office until April 30. been audited, H. A. Bishop, Council Andreu stated this. week In com Considers Resolution
from developing Into ajwngirous night, April 28. the affair "and I the advantage of a week of outdoor -
In the meantime two "army and It Is the menting on ,
Chairman stated I
one last Friday morn- wives are in Mr. Dyer's office Those already serving at the knew they didn't have any cattle. W T. Clute, secretary of the life, members of the committee
ing at 7:35: o'clock by the quick acquainting themselves with the plan to go back five years, and observation post are asked to I put Theodore In jail here Saturday local Taxpayers Association reports Individually pledged themselves

fire arrival fighters.and effective work of the work of the County Agent. Mrs. bring the books up, to date. come, but the meeting also for and took Dock to Green Cove that this organization, at Its : to pay the expenses of one
will about and he next meeting to be held In hU or more boys. The exact numberof
of to
The Thelma Hearn, wife Army The audit begin additional i Springs jail, Sunday
tire red to have the purpose enlisting tripe" to be offered will be
appe started announced
by the Cook Marlon Hearn, both of June 1, after which the books i opened up and confessed he had office on April 29, has been asked
match throWing of a lighted Mls 1lIalppl," has been there two will be audited annually Oct. 1, volunteer to put the Starke killed the beef and sold it with. to consider a resolution requesting later.
on the floor, and It had months while Mrs Mary I* Mr. Blshoo said. Mr Purvis will post on a 24-hour bals. If' you out knowing to whom It belonged.: the mayor and City Councilto The May meeting of the New

h@wrwidy! burned'the curtains, and Engel, wife of &;t. J. H. Engel Inaugural a new system of have not already offered your_ Then hn went with Sheriff John enforce the Sunday law in regard River District, comprising Brad.
blaze was afire when the of Long Beach, Calif., began work bookkeeping for the City. He has services to the Army Air Force, Hall Will Knight and myself and to cloning Jewelry stores ford Baker and Union Counties,
wa<* will be held at night at which.
extinguished, Fire I stores, loun offices
the audit of the showed UH the place where the military supply
Chief Monday. just completed Is the time to do i
R. C. Buford stated. Lit- now so. time a Court of Honor will also
he butchered continued camera shop, etc.
tle Mr. Dyer, meanwhile, thinks books of the City of Gainesville beef was ,
damage was done. also will enter the service, since Lt. Osborn of the Jacksonville Sheriff Andreu. 'There we found At the last meeting, held on be conducted. t

Is confronting an Impossible Information Center w 1 111m in the head and hide of an unmarked -I April 16, and presided over by
Easter ReadingPCIIUC task! Duties piled higher than E. C. Perrya Move charge. bull."There Mrs. Bertha Pearce the secretary Baptist ChurchTo

ever In the office because of the Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Perry and l Is only one-m n In that reported 13 new members. It was Have Cantata
\T his office la playing In who recently moved into Hart, Resigns decided that In the future only !
UnitARY large part family, county who doesn't mark hU cat. I
members will be asked to attend
effort, he Is out three E. L. Williams' residence on I And BaptismIn
the war the .
"l1tft Du. To Enter ArmyW. tle and we went to hl. place and meetings.
t Which Is Ood"
by each week vaccinating hogs North Church Street, have subleased -
Renpt III l a days he Identified the bead and.hide keeping with the spirit of ,
iirmlaatoblofrraphlnovel In the to
help and moved
and has Inexperienced the house H. Hart, for several year ,
Cal dation written upon a foun- office. Does anyone have a Warner Robins Ga., near Macon, ,manager of the Hart FurnitureCo. as his. I asked him If he knew McClane PromotedTo true Easter, the ordinance of baptism k
of will be administered on Sun.
'" modrmlicd blank solution where Mr. Perry Is agent for the ., ha resigned his position totake' anybody else who was familiar Rank Of MajorWord I! l
day morning to Bobble Turner,
nnn> fluent than railroad. He was for a
"arIf'd' prose Southern effect Saturday nIght. enough with his cattle that they 'Betty Turner. Collette Green 1,1 t
by free verse both Suslow ManagerWith few months agent at Theressa. Rsason-going Into the Army has been received here
rhymed and New might know that It was his, and Anise Oreen. Bottle Sue Bigg.
unrhymed, and lau Mrs. Perry has been for the May 4.. lie- and Mrs. .Hart planto of the promotion of T. K. Mc- f
Ruth Hall and
po s'd with of the of Milton te said that Mr. Carter,who wasa Patsy Peggie Ann
boooot some the departure visiting her mother, leave ,Sunday for Surrency Cl&ne, Jr., from the rank of
month Wiggins at the First
Iyn.al past BaptistChurch.
work of the poet's (Mike) MIlls SusloWs manager, Ga.. for a few days' visit with neighbor nearby knew his cat Captain to that of Major. Up .
earners, It to by man' .,finnaU" Into' the Army'Monday Ben Sus- Mrs. J./O. Stovall at Valdosta, his mother before entering the tle well. I took It on over to his until he was called to active ''t
"' Following baptism, the Baptist
fins ,..rr".polMt.4- life that be low's brother-in-law. Louis Sage Ga.. and spent two or three daysIn service. place where he Identified It as duty, Maj. McClana was farm choir will present the Easter Can-

OQp bnma' dust traaskocn"ary of New York City, was chosen as Starke last week. She cameto O. O. Webb. ,' who ha been with being the property of "Coon" agent for Bradford County. He tata "The Glorious Galilean" In (\

his successor In the store. Mr. Starke especially to sea her the chain organization for four M ol y. nerved two years as an Instructorat thirteen parts. I'i ;;
WIth Taylor tolls of life Sage took charge Thursday, In son. Earl, who is at Camp Roosevelt years, recently In Lake City, has "Next day I took Theodore to the Field Artillery School. In addition. Mrs. L. A. Csnova, h,
"C'blc1u.n her mothfr's boarder In his wife and family will arrive near Ocala, but came to been chosen as his successor. Mr, Green Cove Springs where the I Fort Sill, Okla., and was recently organist and director of the can-

Every Sunday." Starke a little later. World Starke to attend the Junior- Webb 1 lit going around with. Mr men made a full confession; stating transferred to Camp Rucker. Ala. tata, and Mrs E. L. Biggs, will 1
"BIUy Mlu-hU-. an aiworbbl Mr. Sage la a veteran of !Senior banquet. Their daughter, Hart this week getting the "lay that the beef weighed 170 Maj. McClane's many friends, play an organ-piano duet ''TI18"tI'
IIIIt <* phy of the founder War I, and like "Old Sarge" Slow the- Peggy Is a student at Florida- of the land," and will officiallytake pounds for which they received throughout the county, will btt Hallelujah) Chorus". Immediately1. s I
ot stir air force. was a Master Sergeant In I'' Southern College: Lakeland. charge Monday. $30." glad to learn of his promotion. j following the baptism i

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:: a family and a fellowship that is unbrokenby 1 of block 21, and all of block 20 In section 10, township 6 south I County Chairman Tells Public
The Bradford County Telegraph in KnIght's subdivision in the range 22 east April 12;
death. Therefore, we know when we southwest quarter of the south W. M. KIrby and Sarah Kirby How Red Cross Funds Are Spent- .

RHtahllshed 1877MBMflER. bury our dead that we are sending them east quarter 6f section 21, town- his wife to A. R. Johnson 3 Services to the Armed Forces Red Cross Office in

through the gates of death into light and ship 6 south range. 22 east March acres In section 14. township 6 will take 65 percent of the Red The course In Staff the A
; t FW 31; south range 22 east, April 12; Cross National Funds for 1943 a 10-hour lecture ARaIa
f Ufl4PRESSAOC1A71oI ; peace and life more abundant. The Lordis cnur....
the local
1 ( Hester L. Thomas and Mallory L. R. Starling and wife Villa Judge Ferryman of tlve in Red Cross
I, + dl \ EDrrQRIALASsOCIAJIN.) e risen. Do we know it? Is the Resurrec Thomas, her husband, to R. A. Starling, Iota 38 and 39 in Wood- Chapter announced this week In flee routine. Girls POlicy 111I

tion real to us? Ellington S acre along Road 13 lawn section 30 township 0 releasing figures on how the i course become active trained.
C. ... Matebewa ______.. ____ Editor!: stud Owner War Fund Drive I DIe
1L''y If we do, then we know something of In section 10 township 6 south, south range 22 east, 20 acre, $125,000,000 the Red Cross Statf
range 22 east, March? 29; April 13; money will be used. Of this Corp. and assist the
&UBSCKIITION KATK the power, something of the dynamic of from Brad lOCal '
"' William total $6,794.51 came in all office C'-//
Joe Hill sand Jessie P. W. N. Norman and Dllla Nor- work It f
y _Yearly $1.13: "," Mo.th.. $I.OO_ the fact of Easter. This is the Day which Williams of Union Co., to JohnB. man, his wife, lots 38 and 39 In ford County and Judge Ferry lug instructive and Ia C'I'IiJ'

the Lord hath made I The Day of all Days I Dye and Susie Belle B._ Dye Woodlawn. section 30, township man wants the public to know business girl a Chance
_ rahllshed Weekly on rrMay..ad Entered a* Seewt how it is being spent. "Opera- tribute her Ie
) of Bradford Co."JOOO; for lot 43 bit to
Rejoice and be glad in it! South, range 22 east :20 acre. the stir
't w ry CUiM Matter" at the root Office at Stark. Fte. Indian Beach on Lake Santa Fe- 13. floss of the National Organization There will also! be cis

( ,: aid land being'a part of the will require 166.000,000 for Nutrition at an early daft..

+ Rejoice And Be Glad At Easter: History's Biggest Job northwest quarter quarter of Government of the southwest lot Buys Land Tract Judge servicemen Perryman at home said.and abroad""Other, I hv the housewife proven of Invaluable.1\the prp 1\

4T"t (An Easter Message From the Rt. Rev. When the present war ia over the United 12 section 36, township 8 south Under date of April 3. two needs disaster are relief computed and civilian a* follow war: feed tlontag of foods. W&r1J '01
States will be in no position to return to range 22 east, ,March 31. deeds for the same piece of prop- ;your family
Frank A. Juhan, D. D. Bishop of Florida) Richard H. Muehlenhard and erty were recorded in the officeof aid $6,200.000; foreign war,relief. well on eubetltuteel foot'
isolationism. Hard-headed economists agree wife Dorothy Muehlenhard. tof Circuit Court. $5,900,000; health education Titus .Olson 1* Cha .
the Clerk of the
The Lord is risen I This was the joyfulcry and safety services, $ .800OOO: department
that a broad program of international trade Hamilton County. Ohio to looter Mr. and Mrs. Richard: H. Muehl- and her days
that sprang from hearts that had been Is the only sound method by ,which the Kite. 40 acres in the NE 1-4 of enhard of Hamilton County. Ohio service and assistance to .Chapters be most interesting. You an,

wrung with dreadful despair and disappointment American people 'can hope to service the! the NW 1-4 of section 36. township old a 40-acre tract of land to financial$5,700,000: office; general. $1.400.000 executiveand ; Nutrition.ed to phone 35 and amyl
_7 south 21 east April sold
range Lester Kite and he in turn
; two days before. The Disciples saw In contingencies 9000000. A balance -
4 crushing war debt now accumulating. 3; It to Professor Foster Shi Smith,, Classes' In First Aid wffliaoon. !]
j'' Him dead and buried and then suddenly plainer words, we will either trade with the Lester Kite and wife. Alice Principal of BBS. It I Is located I of $20.000.000 left from the I The people ot a
"rat War Fund of last Decem
they cry. He is risen I We saw Him, we world, thus helping to maintain maximum Kite, to Foster Shi Smith 40' In Bradford County near Its In- ber'will be applied to the 1943 County have ahown greatly.*
In these
'' acre In the NE 1-4 of the NW I tersectlon with 'Alachua on Road courses in the .
talked with Him, we ate with Him and lie production and employment for American budget, leaving $80,000.000 as the, ;pu
1.4 of section 6. township 7 13 south of Starke on the east many' requests have oomVhJ
',;fil ; is alive again-Our Christ is not a dead industry and American workers in order south, range 2}.ieaat.,.April 3; side of road 13 Just across the and net amount International needed work.for" national- more of them. If you hay

: hero-He is a living Lord! Think of it!, that they may pay the taxes that will be Alph A.. Hazen-of Orange Co., highway from the fire tower. Completing the total campaign and already enroll had First Aid, phoJII

e 4 + Was there ever an experience more glori needed by a debt-burdened government, or to Aubrey G. Hazen of BradfordCo. Mr. Kite bought It for the pulp- goal of. $125,000.000 ia an estimated With the for this llI8trur.
., "the east half Of the NW 1-4 wood, Mr.i! Smith' said, and when $45.000.000 for the budgets present acareft)
1t', OU9? we will retreat toward isolation, Bankruptcy of the SW 1.4 of section 8, township the pulpwood had all been removed of 3,755 Chapters, of which we nurses and doctors this cOU'I!
a for
Despite what skeptics may say to the and another war. 7 south range 20 east containing ha had no further interest are one. "Chapters," Judge Ferryman of each at least one

j contrary, the story i s true. All down We have everything to gain by takingthe 20 acres; also the south In It. Mr. Smith purchased It for explained "must meet the family.
half of lot 11 In section 7, township of reforestation. He The Production Rooms
purposes local responsibilities of the Red WM
through the ages, even to us, can be felt and ,
lead in establishing a just permanent
7 south, range 20 east, less will either re-set It in pine or let Cross activities listed for the Na- every Thursday afternoon ;!
'M the thrill of this experience, of the Disciples peace and in breaking down artifi- 2 acres owned by Scott Andrews; It grow up naturally. He baa tional Organization. Rapidly expanding P. M. This work I to a VtlJ rj

t'' to whom of a sudden there came the cial barriers between nations. Millions of also the north half of lot 11, and several hundred additional acres local work on the behalf I portant part of your war the north half of lot 12, of section adjoining the property and wanted Last Thursday the attendance
convincing evidence that their Master wasIndeed in the armed forces will bring of families of service men accounts -
men now fair. It Is
7, township 7 south range to round out the tract. for increased hoped that UilaT
greatly expenditures -
risen' from the dead, was alive, tri home with them a new understanding of 20 east, containing 118 acres; also I on the part ot Chap- i day will show an Increase |II

umphant, and still in closest touch with the problems and needs of the rest of the west half of the NW 1-4 of the New EmployeA ters." tendance. Mrs. Lemuel Cone
southwest quarter of section 8, of the hardest working .
them, directing, instructing, inspiring. em- world. These men will have seen demon The' goal announced for the task of (
township 7 south of range 20 new employe of Cy 'n AI'sPlace helping to supply (tW
powering them. strated the hopeless plight of people broken east containing 20 acres "April along the buoy thoroughfare local Chapter was $6,000. A portion Ing ,to all war sufferer .

Easter therefore is not a time of wist- under tyrannical governments. They will 3; known a* Call Street Is a of thla amount went to the Production Rooms In the
national fund and the balance to
ful hope; it is rather the celebration of a have seen why our forefathers fled the old Aubrey G. Hazen. a single man man who though an American the Chapter treasurer. "As esti- are all operating on TIt._
citizen, was in the Canadian and If you live l II|
of Bradford Co., to Alph A.
blazing, glorious! transforming and tri- world to set up the American Republic. Hazen and wife Louise C. Hazen, Army during World War I. He mated "needs have been closely near Brooker. Lawtey, Hasp'

umphant fact. .Jesus did not create the They will bring home with them a realization of Orange Co.. "the east half of was Private Elton Paul Adolph, figured"it Is gratifying Judge Perryman that the said Saxton or Starke make your '

hope of immortality-that has always been that war is a destroyer of freedom: the NW 1.4 of the SW 1-4 of who enlisted In the Forestry and here was not only reached quota but to be at the Production
section 8, township 7 south Railway Construction Depot of every Thursday afternoon
in the instinct of What range generously over-subscribed. Thegreatest
stamped man.
abroad will ultimately
recurring war 20 east, containing 20 acres; also the Canadian I ExpeditionaryForce contribute your part In thei
_ ,, Jesus did was to verify the hope with the clutch with bloody fingers our own free- the south half of lot 11 In section on the 4th day of January serve the War greatest Fund in need history In will his- I effort. Today, our boys art
of demonstration. He 7 1913. ling their lives-can: you gl v'|
authentic seal actual dom. township 7 south, range 20 tory."
took the hope of immortality out of the dark As good American business men they east lea 2 acres owned by Scott He served In Canada England, Closing the War Fund Drive :' offers little of your time Red C:
Andrews also the north France and every woman and
; half of Belgium, was originally
Office last week. which J. v.. wn.
valley of possibility up to the shining peaksof will realize that we have ahead of us the lot 11, and the north half of lot with the 13th Battalion of In Bradford County an opjx

certainty. biggest organizing and selling job in his- 12, of section 7. township! 7 south the Canadian Railway Troop, son Bradford so generously County Red donated Cross Chapter the Dlty'to help in some way. P'J
20 east, containing 118 but was later transferred to the 35 and volunteer your time
Furthermore the fact is a dynamic tory if we are to help prevent future wars again takes up Its work on
acres; also west half of the NW Engineers. He was returned to the home If you have army wives i Ut
fact-the Resurrection has altered the and save ourselves from bankruptcy and 1.4 of the southwest quarter of Canada and honorably dischargedat training: classes front for by all organizing civilians. In your home show them

course of history, has changed the ideas and enslavement. We will have to help formu- section 8, township 7 south, range London. Ontario on the 8th I A course In Staff Assistance: will article. They too want w ;
20 east containing 20 acres," day of Apr!! 1919 by reason of and In a strange town they)]
customs of people, has put a song in the late and enforce a lasting peace while lead : I begin next week. All girls who
3 demobilization. not have the
April ; j have opportunity to I
hearts of has vanquished death's sting in rehabilitating the world had office experience of any
men, ing the way Luclna M. Clark widow of He Is originally from Toledo. men In the Red Cross organization where to go to volunteer

and has robbed the grave of its victory. through trade. Robert F. Clark, deceased to Ohio, -and cAme; to Starke last urges you to be present and VOLUNTEER FOR VIL'G()

N''' Therefore,' when men answer fearlessly and This job has already commenced under Sam Rosenberg, $900 for prop. October. Thin week he Joined help her with the tremendouskind HELP OTHERS BY i SING
,lA erty beginning at the SE corner the local Post .of the American are eligible and are urgedto WITH YOUR LOCAL I
e faithfully the call of the Risen Lord to follow the foreign trade policy of the American :
of the SE 1-4 of the SW 1-4. sec- Legion. volunteer by phoning 35, the CROSS CORPS.
t, Him they"are answering a call to the government It should be carried, forwardin I ion 26. township 6,south, range

FS i,, { long view' of life everlasting. Therefore, preparation for the day when peace re-i 22 east and run north 100 feet
Christian and members of along the half section line to
men women are turns.to .
place of commencement; thence
run west along the north edge of
: choke the yawning hopper were Deeds FiledAdminlstratrix'a highway No. 261, known as military rlulrSiAPNlPtlilnl
IEH' Kay several that would abolish vairlous. highway 400 feet thence
boards and bureaus and preventthe deed. Ruth D. north and parallel with the said

TOO LATE employing of special at Kolllng the duly constituted appointed half-section line 200 feet thence
torneys. and acting administratrix east and parallel with the rightof
TO CLASSIFY Following the Chief Executive'surge of the estate of Henry John Rolling way of said military highway it every
for action on public health deceased late of Bradford 400 feet to the said half. ecUon YOU Can spot
Gavel banged in Tallahassee measures. that would place a Co.. to T. L. Wlllla, of Union Co., line, thence south along said half- .
< recently to ,herald the.,,openingof strict curb on venereal, disease 1900 for 120 acres In section: S, section line 200 feet to place of je
another legislative _Ion. Aa several legislator Introduced bills: township 9 south, range 21 eat, oemmencement;.all lying and be. M
auspicious occasion In the Capital designed to solve this problemand March 23; tag in the southeast quarter of lovely enter t
City but. not much more than a remove the stigma that now Federal Lank Bank of Columbia, the SW 1-4 of said section township THE

newspaper headline to the busy rests on this state in that con a corporation created by an act and range, April T; goes to 1t' ,. f,
housewife. the sweating riveter nection. of Congress, to Mr*. Bertha Anna Muehtenhard a widow Panama to cheer our

the worried executive or his A bill to extend the racing: sea Stuckey. 160 for 1 33-100 acre In and Ruth Olive Muehlenhard unmarried Soldiers \ ?' Yt
weary counter clerk.Le&l.IIIatorti son went thru both Houses quicker I section 20. township' 0. south to Richard H. Muehlen- troops. want to
tackled their job than you could say "Sal Hepatlea" range 22 east March 30; hard, 40 acre m section 36, township enjoy a Coca-Cola with ".- '' ;

1 I In a bualneaoUke manner. Both for the galloping' puppiesare H. C. Hobbs single, to Lorna 7'south, range 21' east- ,-April her and talk. A pretty girl I
y House and Senate pushed through *tll! bringing In revenue In Standish of New York City 1 3' '
P the opening routine and were or.gttaized spite -everything the OPA ''baa acre In section 28. .township, .A .MASTER'S: DEED!; : -.T. Frank and at Cok. ..Just like home.
for action In remarkabletime. >> been able to do. A few sesalona. south range 22 east March 31; Landrum as special master In
Senate President Ball and ago ouch a bill would have called Izona Bradley, a .widow, of chancery. to'Winiam H. Carter In Iceland the newt told how n e
House Speaker ,,Simpson Inspirtd for.week* ,ef d18lCWiMon.and then Bradford County; JJonle Moore; a $350 for -northwest 'quarter of
,their colleagues from the atari I' probably would have been lost in widow of Gainesville; Leona Sapp, southwest quarter except B acres troop had a good-natured fight to get the first _

with their brisk and compet.el\t'l the shuffle. of Bradford Co.. Joined in the In the'NB corner of section 35 Coke available. Such are the stories from ourfighting
conduct of proceedings In 1933 the Legislature pro execution hereof by her husband township 5 south range 21 east
things moving and yet sacrificed I posed and the people adopted at J. B. Sapp of Bradford Co. (the April 8.Henry. men everywhere.To .
neither courtesy nor considera the 1934 general election a con. said bona Bradley Leona Sapp Crlffls and wife Ola
tion. stltutlonal amendment designed to and Donle Moore being three of Grills to Leonard R. Crlffls. and mean to much a drink must have something

It is evident that much of Gov. curb the "local bill" evil. It pro- the heirs at law of A. J. Under- wife Ruby Crlffls, 5 acre In .-In taste, in goodness and in true
Holland's program ha* met with vided that "The Legislature hall hill late of Bradford Co., who section: 29, tow nshlp 6 south
favor, yet there appear to be a by general law classify cities and died intestate on July 31. 1942 range 22 .east. April 12; refreshing qualities. Just to tip ice-cold

sharp conflict on hla proposal towns according to> population and while seized and possessed of L. R. Waters and wife, Mamie Coca-Cola is to find all those things. Yes,
for 8 3c tax on cigarette While shall by general law providefor certain lands conveyed. his Waters, of Alachua Co.. and J. K.
the Governor's recommendation their incorporation, ,government homestead, and who left survivinghim Douglas and wife Iva Douglas of all the difference between something really

offers an easy way out. a (treat Jurisdiction, powers duties as heirs and only heirs .at Bradford Co., (o S. R. HicVs and refreshing and just something to drink.
many members of both the House and privileges under such classifications law the grantee herein. O. L. wife, Neta, Gertrude Hick. 22
and Senate are not satisfied that and no special 'or local Underhill and the said lions crea. In section 9, township 7
uch action 1 ls either Justified or law of such nature shall be pe.ae-I Bradley Leona Sapp and Donle south range 20"east April 8.
necessary. ed by the Legislature." Moore)l parties of the first part William H.:Carter. a widower
The poet of Governor Fred Despite thla mandate of the to O. L. Underhill and Ruby to Nancy Overstreet. $500: for 35
talked thru legislative corridor people four Legislature have failed Underhill his wife "an undivided acres In section 35. township 5
II" the old familiar "We don't to perform their duty and by I three-fourth interest in south, range< 21 east, April 8;
need no more tax*' rang out as general law provide a uniform and to the south half of the southwest J. J. Truby a single man to
a challenge to administrative ugKeatlons system of government. I quarter except 10 acres in C. H. Rhoden' and wife. Berta _
and legislators began At the present time municipalities the southeast corner thereof. In thoden, 80 acre scattered over
prying into governmental coats are governed under the authority I section 0. township 6 south range section: IS township 6 south,
with the thought that aubatantlal of special charter granted I 22 eat and west half of north range 22 east. April 12; iE'J -
savings may be found possible by the Legislature in the form; west quarter of section 7, township R. A. Green and wife Lucile
through the elimination of unnecessary of special acts and we have about'' 6, south range 22 east, H. Green to J. H. Green, 17 :
acUvitles and service, as many different type of government March 26; acres in section 15: township 7
and stopping the practice of employing as there are municipalities. J. B. Cowart. a widower, of south range 23 east April 13;
special attorneys to per And to make matter worse, Hlllsboro Co., to Pauline Garcia Eula M. Edwards ,and W. H. I
form tasks which the people pay these charters are being constant and husband A. J. Garcia, also Edwards Jr. (her husband) to
their Attorney General to handle ly changed to meet the whim, of Hlllsboro Co., 10 acres in section Clyde Starling' 10 acres In aeckm L- '
of his constitutional 21, township 6 south 21. township 5 south
as a part fancy or designs of the- group range range
Maybe ft's *. h*
duties. that happens to be In power at 22 east, March 31; 22 east April 13; Sam's soldiers s Bu gun* given dressing It room,but Uncle 1
Senator Beacham of Palm each legislative a.1on.Reprnentatlve Julia Tlson Smith (formerly J. W. Andrews Jr.. and Nell Gowen and a frorty bout.a homelike of cokes touch Drink
Beach dlsctoaed that with the settlement Walker of Vol. Julia Tyson) to Laura Tlson. lot Andrews, his wife.; Thelma Andrews cild ask toe morel Who
of aa estate In Palm usla. would have the X943 Legislature T of block 13 In Gasklas addition a widow and T. Frank eca
Beach Florida would fall heir to act In the matter without to Starke In section 29. township .and rum, as .Guardian of the
aproxlmately four and a half million further delay and he haa intro ft south range 22 east. March 29; person and estate of William A.
dollar Such a windfall at duced a bill for a uniform. systemof E. W. Hayes and 'Ruby A. Lndrews, a minor a* and being
this time ought to ease the situation municipal\ government a* mandated Hayes, his wife, to Joseph F. Lee the sole heir at law of the estateof Even with war and to many Coc .CoUNOH boa Un
considerably and make any by the people by a vote of and Thelma U. Lee. husband and J. W. Andrews deceased par. enemy.occupled touotrte.: our fiabdac piaa4la
new taxes unnecessary. since Governor better than two to one nearly ten wife, 10 acre In the northeast lea of the first part to Verdi. 10 find c-.cola helot boated ha eo men He dclJabcedlllaDy
Holland in his message years ago. quarter of the southeast quarterof a. Futch and Joe SUtrunk. 40 Iha aIobe. places aU over

,asserted that only $3,500.000 was Its passage would mesa Up a the nowthwest quarter of sec, acres in section 9, township 7 "Sf
needed to nee us thru. We hope lot of play-houses, and In view of tion 18, township 6 south,, range south range 22 east April 12; The best h '
Senator Beacham' Information la that fact it will have a rough and 22 east March 29; : W. M. Agin' and wife. Doris 1
correct. rugged road to travel before it D. JI:. Knight and his wife N. Coleman.Agin, to. Everett Blume 101110 AUTNOCCTy TNt "'ways 1M **** beryl
Among the first batch of bills reaches the Governor's desk. L, Knight, to Evelyn: Wilson lot and wife HestefcttiDfne, 30 acres STARKE COCA OB' COCA CeU COMPANY if

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class. So much trouble. In fact according to law. taw In substance I* a* follow; An '
Thl Hh day of April. 1143. Act to authorise and permit the
School that one of them has a "shiner'to Florence B. Brown.Hxerutrtx l ord of County Commissioners. ofUradford
Journal exhibit. I guess maybe I'll of the Ketate County, KtorMa." to tranefer .
of Marcus K. Brown. Deceused ..
money' now carried In a .1 l
keep people guessing for a while, 441 4-10 which may accrue to the credit ef
before I disclose the Identity of the Hoard of County CommtMlonere.

the boya. (Till I find out myself. iv rirtcrrr (' t'RT. .RAr)Ko n of Bradford' County, KlorTOa.' In the
STAFF ('4)"' TT. FLOHIDA.I IN CHAN- Ilond ttetundtnaAccount Fund lu
EVlTOBI"-L anyway). CKK.V.Letha such other. Funds held In the name

Ui.ChieI: -.__- Ida**"* Sewell DavtajUb Colorful Junior Senior BanquetHas Somehow or other Colette managed Mae CallrurK' Plaintiff vn.Charlea Hoard of and cf administered County Comml by"*loner the *Maid of

Edlt.r ._ ViJ'rinla; to "captivate" a nice look Caltris, Defendant CIMMNa. Bradford County FlorIda aa Khalib
June BlOIIII! (406 deemed be the beet ....
to to
Ing Lt. In the Air Corps. Buck OROF.n OK Pl'nUCATlOVAND "
ef of Bradford
tercet the County

) ___..____JUDe_ patsy HardlBK Keen Theme Of The "Old South"The Privates slightly on the "fortylsh' STATIC NOTICK OF KLOR1DA TO APPKAR to: Charlee>> : aid hInts Board of Florida of 'County, aa a whole Commission.era by I the*

Alice side are about my speed. How Calla-arlit, 3
'ewe- *___ Leis Jewell SWHOCphtee Powell climaxing social event of book ID the Senior. colors green. class was read by Sara Barefoot. do you do It. ColletteT Canon You City.are required Colorado.May :to. appear on Thl nolle autborlaed. In reralnreelon

ub __ the school year took place Friday and white. I Joyce L.. accompanied by her 3rd. .54*. la the above named of the) Board of County
.H"ilva Kay Oalne7Martha Virginia Sewell gave a Piano solo Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks I CommlMlonar ef Bradford County: ,
Markey night when the Juniors were The Sophomores who served June Bloss read the Senior class family lock: a trip to Columbia divorce. bra dford County rzitt3'thIs 5th day ef April A. Lh.

hosts to the Seniors at their I S. C.. last wee k end. Sorta'' T.le.raph shall publish Ibis OrderIn
annual were servants
[ CURIe dressed as of the prophecy. Freddie Wimberly.Nina .
Shirley neat four weekly taene Board of County Comm* tonr*
uad """ Thomas banquet held In the Meth. plantation period. The girls wore i Bishop Patsy Keen sang moneyed over to Fort Jackson to VTItnea. my hand and official seal or Bradford County. ,.. FlorIda,
Clark at BtarKe, Florida t b I. March BY M. Ov ..... ..., Dalrma... .
__---- odist Recreation Wale fun visit a soldier friend only to find .
Building skirts
on long reminiscent of
___ Nina Bishoprards. costumes "Why don't we Do This More tth 1 545. Aat..t A. .J. Th._.,
reature8 MsrJorU OrMorEDITORIAL nut-St. of the beloved colored Often?" The Last WIU and Testa- that he had recently departed for IOFtICLLSICAL) A. J. Thomas Ctork. tIt 1.1

Delving Into their history book mammy. Serving boys In white meat was read by Nina Bishop "parts unknown." Well better Frank A Ijiodrum* Clerk, 8t o("rk MUd.. Florida Court, --

the Juniors succeeded In bringing added to the atmosphere. The program ended with Impromptu luck next time. Joyce. Itt for Fir. 4-1 41 4-33 IN CMCl'IT. rXOSMnAI C01-WT. BMADFOItnCOUXTT. IN CHANCKWY. -

[ back all the glamour and romanceof The menu consisted of aa talks. -B. T. -'- i .
lattl Carter, Plaintiff, v*. lucite.
IN cmcrrr rotmT .ItAD8I'OAD
UJUI-: the Old South. The guests assortment of old Southern Then came the big event of the <<' I'NT.... FLOHIDAt IN CHAN-. Carter., Defendant Cane No. 341..
1.AJtS walked between the honeysuckle dishes: 10th Grade '4TMS1Y.Anaelo .' ORDER OK PUBLICATIONAJ
L seniors usually have a covered trellis Into I evening-the formal dance which Cuoco, Plaintiff' v.. An co- I'I .\ > NOTICK TO APPEAR
111III mellow light Fruit Cocktail la Melanie
'whlcilI Una Cuoco, Defendant. Cam No. STATB OK FlORIDA to- Luetk'Carter
f many other> duties of tall white t pers. Paintings tn Chicken (Plantation Style) was under'the supervision of Judy The ttath. grade boys send their 1404. who** residence I*. Route 1

I their time during the'last antique frames decorated the wallsof Glazed carrots Parsley Potatoes McRae. For the floor show,, there regrets to Mr. Futcb "whose rental ORHKR AND NOTICH OK PURIFICATION TO APPKAtt I Box You II, are Kverelt required City, to(teorarla.appear on .

school It baa been the Tara Hall." Floor basketsof Scarlett O'Hara SaladMammy's were colored dancers. They entertained house was destroyed by fire STATB! ....' KIOR1DA tos An..- May lots and 1141 In the above named 7
of 414 Court cause, wherein plaintiff
tI.'uo..o who. reatdenee I*
i several years for them .larkspur and table arrangements : rolls Rhett Butler with their jltterbugglng Mack Futch. Burton Prince. Fred Patten Avenue Long Branch, New I .....k. divorce and ether relief '

for of roees. and Queen Ann's Bisque jokes and tap dances. This entertainment Dickman. Billy Burney. and Phil Jersey Bradford County Telea-raph shall
jfi burdens of the echoolto You are required to appear on publish thl* Order In neat. '0...-
t tbe lace added to the beauty of the Wayne Sargent welcomed the was i 'ended by tile lip Shuford were the ones who May 3rd, 1543. In lbs above named weekly lavuea.Wltneaa .

the Juniors. From among scene. The center pieces were Seniors: and members. of the Juniors and Seniors throwing were chosen from our room to Court and cuuite. wherein plaintiff I I my hand and official' cent

[juniors will some the lead- arranged o n mirror reflectors. faculty on behalf of the' Junior money and thanking them for the serve at the Junior-Senior Ban seeks divorce shall. H publish r A aford this CountyTeleitraph OrderIn at 143.Clarke Florida" this April 3rd..

staff for next year. Each place was marked with a class and George Kenla Chairman wounderful floor ahow. The dance quet. We are also sorry that next .four weekly issues. I I A. J. Thomn
hand and offlclnl
tM Witness .
my A Clerk of said Court
excellent oppor- place card held by a miniature of the Senior class made a brief began with a great bang, by this Herbert Given I In confined' at Htarke, Florida thl I March OKKK-lAh SBA1.Knlnht .>

,s also an colored Mammy dressed In a full response. Grace and Charlotte we mean a fast number and we home because of abad case of 27th. IUS.IOt"PICt..U.. A Knight, Stark,. FlorlUmAtty .
.. PBAI. A. J. ThomasAc ,
the ( for C-
Plf. 44t "
for them to acquire blue gingham skirt with neckerchief Wagner sang as a duet. Stephen mean fast Festivities) continued mumps. It Is with a great deal Clerk of said Court _

I experience and knowledge and red bandanas. At the Foster's "Beautiful Dreamer." The until twelve o'clock then we _U of pride that we report that all T. Frank Landrum tttarke. Florida, IN: ClflCtirrOt>NT.- .R.PII"OIIII 1
for Plf. 4t 4Jl '
Atty. ( '
ulng and operating a school left of each place was a memory History of this year's Senior said goodbye to a lovely evening. of the tenth grade boys) are going I C4)IrtTY. KLOHIItAl IN -( ILlscacaty -

Thi.. v ar we )have dectd- all out to be Immunized against CinriTIT COVHT.; UHADKOMnX IN KM: Voluntary nimolutlon. ofIJHKKTY
follow; ; custom and allow Y W C A Speaker Theatre tother cay ran smack Senior typhoid smallpox. CKHV.Kontiin AUNt>ltY (COMPANY a KlorUH.corporation. .

Jimdents to have full reIbiUty Into a mob of people swarming in BiographiesEVA Robert Barkadale.TV Hxmuler.: : Plaintiff I v*. Rnmt8amul .
Case No. 3415
Defendant. Cane No 3406.
for this. our last Gives AdviceTo the front lobby and around the )' ORDER PUBLICATION AND"
mFJo'"l'l': ; ; l.1'
school. They are a cap- front of the theatre. Gee! Never TO APPKAR8TATK I NOTICE TO APPBAIt
of Girl Students As the curtain rises on our OK KLOHIDA to' KonaRxmuler flTATR OK FlORIDA tot Rein
and should be able to been so excited In all mah life. -' Plae Muranowakl. &.a Lovett and to all partial interested
group of act--one be-
comedy act
one ) ; .
; In Liberty Dry Cleaner. and l..a.-
Warsaw Poland I
dlfflcul- at last mali had ;
Thought public
|over without any Last week Miss Dorothy Rich- cau.10 she never changed the You are required' to appear on dry Company, a Florida Corporation

ardaon of the Y. W. C A. spoketo discovered me. Freddie comes scene--in Brooker. Florida on t May 3rd. 141. In the above named : '
You are required to on
towards with Court and cause. wherein plaintiff I appear
lie we realize that tilLs Isght the High School girls. She running me auto August 22, 1929 we find that Eva seeks dlvorre U r a dford County May 10th 143, In the above named
to do, we cannot graph book and pencil but whiz- has into existence' Taleirraph shall publlnh This Order! Court and cause. wherein M '
thing pleaded with the girls to take ad. Fay just come In next four weekly. lue. majority of the tockholder eK -
ut feel a little bit regret- vantage of the many opportunities zes on past and It wasn't until In her home where she has lived Witness my hand and official. Heal the voluntary dissolution of sakicorporation )

of ending our that moment that I discovered since her birth. at Htarke, Florida, thl March Bradford County Tele '
thought which theirs Insteadof
tbe are now
hall said Order In
graph publish
(ith l 43.lUKKICIAL; .
what 'twas all about. I had to
,!lon with this publication fooling away their time and The first profession In which SHAI.) A. J. Thomas next four weekly issues '
look twice before I recognized my A. Clerk of aald Co..rt.1 Witness. my hand and officialseal
entire .
represents the wishing later that they had used she watt engaged was the Exchange Kianfc Ijtndrum, Htarke, Florida at Utarke' "Florida this April
[body. But all good things their advantages. ole "Hollywood Chum" Dan the exchange of doll I Itt for Pit 4.2 4t 411nOTleIC J 3, 1 W4 J.
A. J. Thomaa
allei. Jr. Junior we used to
come to an end and we She advised the girls to plan clothes with friends. It seems : :' ItIAIiTICR.,1, A* Clerk of said t'uun.COI"I"IIAI. .
cull 'em back in the old days. OK MPKCIAI
will U.S.WAR .. BBAL.: *
on- /
that a school paper that she BONDS
able talk
was always to
their social life. Have fun but CeLlo
Why I remember when Dan andI Knight Jk Knight' Htarke, Ktorlda
u good as the students don't think only of a good time enough to get: the better side of Notice I I. hereby arlven that' under Attorneys for Petitioner: c-,4t40
used to take In all the day and by virtue of .a final decree of
it I to be. It has been greatenbllng now. but look ahead Into the fu. taken In aU the bargain. IM ("tRIES? CorWT. BttADKOH' foreclosure. made and rendered on
the different fea- ppots were by rOIJ TY. FLORIDA IV CHAN. the 14th day of April. A. I>. 1943 IN CIRCUIT COI'RT. BHAnKOItn
the ture. She also advised them not the night itpotg. Oh! For the School was the next stage of (; .:R Y. by the Honorable A, Z. Adkln. COHMTTf. KLOHIDAI IN CHA -

which go to make up to try to be what they aren't. life of movleatar. ((1'11 take our little lady. She had startedthe Kurl C. llrrrlnirton, Plaintiff, v.... Judas of the Circuit Court In anIfor l CKHV.Helen .
Such efforts as a U..rn!.-. Bradford County Florid. *lt- Dlomandaa, also known a.*
id << llcrrlnKlon. l) t. n pare. reward The Act your age and keep up with Lana Turner) From now on you year before but she cried Cu.. No :33570R111fl tinS! In (' .rlr..J In favor ofFrances lOuthokla Dlomande. Plaintiff, vn.Damon .

find their own world affairs so that you won'tbe have mah permission t o call every day and so she was allowedto or pt'mjc-ATioN Murhee joined by. Dlomande. Defendant. CaeeNo.
a1 and cooperation' AND NOTIOK TO jU'I'HAH her husband J II. ('ruw5 an plaintiffs 1413ounen
t so dumb. was one of the main Arllne "Opportunity DodgerDew's. wait a year Nine years were STATIC OK KUOItII (o: Il..rac. 1 ., and aa-alniit I Ilennln Murhee OF PITBLICATTON
ta and faculty have been rrtnton.. Annie nine. Murhee, an !>e-I ANI) NOTICE TO APPEAR
points she brought out. If Lt. offered consumed! in Junior I HI, from whom rmldno I. and
Seems Dally
What morewe as Kurt Necessity. Loullllo..a.. fendant. the underlned: aa. HpeclalMitater STATK OK KLOIUDA to: Damon
121 payment. i During the emergency high her a chance of a lifetimeby whence she came the followingterm I You are required la appear e.. In Chancery: will offer for lomandea whose .leffal residence
want? I speak for the I school girls should do everything take but to BHS. She has come here My 3rd, 1543. In. the above nameCourt < sale before the front door uf the I I. (H Lament Htreet Roxhury: ,
asktn to er out. Massachusetts and whose
itaff and myself when I and cauce, wherein philnUfek County Courthouse at Clarke, Ilrad.ford : preaentaddre
possible to help out. They should Arllne being the Bashful LltUe for three consecutive year. In .. divorce. II r a tlford Count County, Klorlda. on Monday.the ** I I. II C Hchool, Camp
bat we have enjoyed our T..I..ropb l )) 3rd day of May, A. I). 1*43. Carson Colorado. .
I their time In helping In this institution she baa gained aSs publUh thla Order
spend Biddie that she Is shyly! said "N<> anJwilt to
You required on
And feel In next four weekly limuen. during the fecal. hour of Kale, are appear
this year. we ; war work instead of spending all thank you." Haven't calmed I many friends and much influence Witness my hand and official seal ell to the M;;heat. and beet May. ITth. "*13. In the above named
the Juniors now have a .t Ciltar' bidder therefor for raah. the fol. Court and. cause, wherein plaintiff
with Klorwthl"
I iof their leisure bourn in having among them her humorousyet March
and Freddie down .
Wanda Pat 25th 143.OI"tlClAt. |tnwl" land situate, lying: and. be. Mtek* divorce. Bradford County
to the students
e to prove ,''a good time. yet. They sat next to him In I be sincere disposition.Her \ < SKAI) A. J. Thorn. Ina In Itradford County Klorlda. Telegraph shall publish. this. Ortlur
they can carry on. May A* Clerk of sate 10 wit: In next four weekly i.sues.Witness
The women and girls must set and chatted with and plans are to Talla Court hand. and official eal
I I drug store togo T rank Uandrum, Hiarke. Klorld n. HW'4 of HKVi. except I acreIn mY
journalistic accomplishments the standards. Miss Richardsontold without him. (Which ever way he hassee. She Intends to make free Ally, for I'lt. <-4 tU NH .corner and The SKVt of at Btarke. Florida, this April Iz.l .
Take it Juniors.: IT. KH of WH of >43.
uiy. away :I \,.
the glrla it was their dutyto preferred it). Of course we all quent visits to her alma mater T1CK OP-'L' RP.T1I1UI NK"._ of section 80. All In. town.. A. :J Thoma.
ave had our chance. Now. set the standards-be the ex know Freddie needs no one to j which has been the seoiet of her Nvtlre IM hereby given to all hlp 1. I. Range ill l -* Con An'' Clerk, of said Court
our turn. whom. It may concern that 1 have lalnlmc' lIb, at-rae more or IB'. Knla-ht A Knight mark Florida,
-I. L,. D. ample. She told them popularitydid help' her chat. ,[ present succettsi. And speaking of thin. day filed Final Heturn ...d T. Frank l indrum.ttpeclal Alt ye. for PU.
not come by acting silly but Just a- etUn' on me back porch success Eva Fay we desire that ; Vovhr. .* the HieeutrU, of tbCharlv Master In Chancery. 4-14 4t7 oFFICIAL 8EAl)
":. Pare. ewtate and will, on 4-HI 4t 6.T I. -
by making themselves interestingto enjoyln'' the moonlight tother you shall receive your quota. th. LIP duv of May make appllra IN cmcvrr <'I t1"T. .R"UFORIP
ior Class News with and be with. lion to the County K. K. COVNTY. KLORII/Al IN ('PlantvSly. ,
talk I night with me favorite mongrel : Judce, IN: cmcriT (" V'r. SPIADSORIOCuT ) .

The girls must not try to jump' (dog or a mutt to you. dope) and MARThA E. MARKHY Perryroan Klorld* for Final o,f. I Tiradforl Ulnrharire. County a. nalITxeoutrlB ( ,'. .LOR.'A IN CHAN lloyd Whlpkey,, Plaintiff vs.. I.ll-
Y. .
ink first we owe tbe Jun- i over those experiences that are all of a sudden heard such beau An a sequel to this biography of nald estate. Ruth CKII Kerrell ( Plaintiff v*. :plait Wblpkey Defendant. Case N '.

and the Sophomores. who I I true only to young people. Don'tgrow tiful singing coming from the Martha herself will publish "Mar Hllitabeth K3xfutrt< C.of Pare Charles, *3. ,. N. Uraham, Defendant..! 3414ORPRR OK PITBL.ICATION '

a big vote of thanks for up too fast because no Baptist Church I decided I'd just tha's Mularkey" In 1943 as wan Pace .:.tal.. 4-S 4t C.18.. Vitae No>RH!: 1411OHI OK mICATON I' sTATE AND NOTICH OK FLORIDA TO APPEAR to!!:LJIItanWhlpkey. .

vely banquet and prom they fascinating as young the crystal AND NOTK'K T<> APPKAK" 403 Ninth. HIred! Moundo-
others are so have to go over and investigate propheslzed by gazerof m .-r errr (" I'RT. BRADKOM). 8TATH OK KIX>niDA tot LydwellN.
l .
ua I. myself, enjoyed It people.Get only to discover that It was our the Senior clans. It will prob. rot'NTY. FLORIDA IM CHANCKMV. Orahum whose reeldence I h. lOSS ellis Wet are required to appear ou

know that goes for the ready for the future take own B. H. S. Glee Club singing' ably be somewhat different and Charlie K Myern.. PlaIntIff. vn Olorla CarolinaYou Avenue. Durham, North !May Ird. 1143 In the above named'

Senior class. Congratulafor advantage of your opportunities.for an only they can sing It. "Teach : greatly lengthened since she will Vivian O. Myerif. Defendant. Caee are required to appear on aeeki Court :for rauee* ,Bra wherein dford plaintiff County

a big success. I knowa these are the American heritage Me To I'ray" a truly beautiful moat likely add minor details and No. 2414OlinBTl OF PltILlCATION May Ird 1MJ la the above named Tel..e-raph ahall publIsh this OrdVt-
Court and cause, wherein plaintiffssekit luea.Wltn .
In neat four weekly
thru we'll never forget piece of music. Congrats Mrs achieve much during the elapseof AND NOT10F) TO APPKAIt8TATK divorce. Bradford County ..a* my hand and official seal

er thing we all enjoyed was I. Wall, on a grand bunch of sing- ten years. At present It I.. as O Myers OK whom KLOHIDA* residence tOV1v\ I" au Telegraph nest. four shah weekly publlah-l*.ue this*. OrderIn at 1042.ntarka. Jl'1t>rlda. this April ...1..

oor show at the Armory- I era. Churchgoers seemed to enjoy follows: Mouth Aurora Street KldonMlmourl. Witness my hand and official t seal OKKICIAU SEAL) A J. Thomas.
fana ,. :
had that much rhythm! By SnooperHo Can at Htarke, Florida, this .April Ind., A* Clerk of _lei Court.
I their singing immensely. Martha E. Markey ((192 ) You are required to appear o" 1543. Stark. KlortdttAtty. .
K. K.
ty.-the girls certainly bad Hum-tioeh. what u hectic hardly wait to hear them waltz -She was born.,Junt, 18,.days be- Court May 3rd and, 1,eauiMi 43.. In,. Whereinplaintiff the above named IOKKICIAL H>>AI.) A. .J. Thoma for Ferryman Kit. 4.. 4t 4-3H.
A. Clerk of Court
popular boys at the dance! week-end Snoop's all tuckeredout 'out on that well known, "BlueDanube" fore Christmas !In the small town .ekM divorce.. n r a dford CountTelearaph .. Ckarlen .Miller Jacksonville, Kla.
nk everyone had loads of that ..,.." publish this. Order Plf.. t.. 41 4.30
from a part'lu'-Wasn.t I at Commencement. : of Waycross Ga: For eleven In next four weekly Iftftuen.Wltne .. Alty. for AT FIRST

though' In spite of the banquet swell? Haven't been to Well, kids this will be the last years this. place, was her home. ** mv hand and official sv'aJ I ,.....'* .1 li in at 8t rke. *orlda. thl. April lot. ......... ...
such a wonderful affair ages. i time you'll be reading I Ima Later she found Florida very at- 1.43., .evrtetetwr1 .f> a* a a 5
Level a rte I law .
really have some big news Those Seniors seemed to especially Snooper Si":, this year. The last tractive and moved to Brooker (OFFICIAL. SKA I.) A. J. Thoma Notice er I. hereby irtven to all whomIt SSINOfAC'USE66

The 1 announcement was enjoy themselves-not to month it In always customary for where she has. resided ever since. ()..r.id K.An Hart Clerk Jackaonvllle of said ,Court Klor may Intend concern to apply that the for undersigned the I...>l*-. : '

that the Seniors would have mention Mr. Smith and the faculty -, the Juniors to take over the Following tbe completion of Ida. Alty. for Pit. .-l 4t 4-23 lot ure ef Florida to paaa at the

Horn on a "C" average ., And the dance afterwardswas paper in order to get lined up for five academic years. l In Georgia. -- Regular Cession held In 1(41 aRpecial

wonderful news. We have one of the best given; yet. It the year to come. For the past she was promoted to the seventh iv riRcrrr. FLORIDA oornT | ItNDVOHDesiuTy. IN' CHAMrtonv. or County Local, Law Klorlda" concernlnicBradford which 66*TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS

12 long years for this prl was a girlbreak.fO Snoop gota seven months we have tried in grade in Brooker Junior HI. -

and at last it has been ful- chance to dance at last. Sure every way possible to cover all After upending two additional v.Ruby.. Werner Mildred If. Ilowmaa newman,DefendantCaee Plaintiff.,

did have a good time a tappin' of the campus life and activitiesto years there, he was transferredto No, 1401ofltK1t FOR SAFETY,, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE

ifratulation! to Shirley on all those lassies shoulders. Char Include everybody in our BHS. AND NOTICM OK PVnUCATION TO APPWAIlHTATH '

7th birthday she had lasty. lie Parker actually blushed when column each week. We are quiteaware After being graduated from OK XIXmmA to: Warner FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES
If. IJowman whose .renldenee. I is ceo .
Time sure files doeen't his prophecy was read. By the though of the fact that we Bradford High she plans to Mr.. Tiny Domett RoutS 3, North

I ley? way. It appears on this page have mimed a few things that study a secretarial course In Jack- Chattanooga, Tenneeee.You FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
are required to appear nn

n aunt the Senior class made among other twosome' And oh as I think you all know. It's I desires In preference t o any Court Meek and divorce.caufte.Bradford wherein plaintiff County

ply What a Life." We yes. Betty Jean Wade In a dither pretty difficult to catch every other.Martha's. Telegraph shall publlah thla OrderIn

allJIOIIt 173. Thanks. every- 'cause Freeman was able to arrive -|, thing that's going on. But In > motto "Be Prepared"swill next four my hand weekly. and I i.sue.Witness official.;. seal UNION BUS STATIONLACY

for your cooperation. This In time all the way from!I these months, if we have offended | serve her In the. future.. It : at tttarke" Florida thl I March

Will be used for buying Miami. Fred Dickman and Bur-( anyone or written anything that I has In the past and will amure 3Stb.. l 3.lUKKICIAL., BKA1.) A. J. Thomas CONWAY. Agent

''oMs I heard they wereto ton Prince ,making their .debuts. any of you might take offense to, ; her of success/ If she continues A. Clerk of Mid Court. Starke Florida
But hares'I T. Frank androra, Htarke, Klorlda.Atty. Tempi Ave. ,
Put it floor.
for the dance sorry.
on Its
again on the we are very use. for Plf. 4-S 4t 4.21!
Added Meditations: LucUe Crosby hoping you all have enjoyed readIng -I I

Ink Eva Pay needs to be looking very lovely in pink. this bull as much as we have iw cincrrr CornY unanrona
I I Freshman Frills I II COVNTY, FLORIDA IN 'Mated too. She I. the 'Ditto Marjorie Davis and Jewell enjoyed writing Jt. We won't be CMRY.Raymond.
one to blue net next. I K. Anderson, Plaintiff. We Do Superior Work-
Buford's the
finUh in
Gloria I
and hand In Powell. seeing you In doing the dance last Friday v*. Jeannette O. Andernon D.fen-

mor terra paper. They and lace was very Munnlng. Oh. Nina and Pat. night 'twas found that the freshman dent. C..... No. '(011. f
do bang Orlder i actuaUy Ima Snooper. ORHKR OK PtnTIJCATION
on-we'U probably yes. Marjorie class was weU represented. ANI NOTICK TO APPKAK!

them Co the last minute! looked like a dream In her very; (lima Jr. still unknown) I I Glimpsed Merry Beth wearing a STAIn O Anderson OK KLOItlDA, .b.... to residence: Jeannette For Better Cleaning -

d-bye for now stylish net. pretty corsage of gardenias and la t'oknowo.

-D. Glimpsed datin' 'rouna ui..I Home EC GleaningsAh being escorted by Leonard Peek; You are required to appear en.. ... ... ,.
Peek and May 3rd 145. In the above named
dance floor-Darby Betty Turner wearing gladlolaa Court and cauae. wherein plaintiff TRY THE
News Merry Beth KI Irht.; a new twosome -I ha! Ah bat! Just think my which were presented by Richard ,;mek divorce Bradford CountyTelevapb
In this Order
got publlnh
and finally
; Margaret Strlngfellow good peoples we Ray; Wanda being shown the next four NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.
'L 'ou!! i told you some of handsome Lt.: Coach Riser and the kitchen. Yep! What we glr18haven.t sights by Judy; Kitty casting all I'n WltneM my :..dkZndl"ii; :,., seal
fault. tbl March
Isn't our at tttarke, Florida
girls would land up In our attractive Home EC. teacher. been fixing her beaming smiles upon Buddy I4h 1543.Ol")1ClAL'. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners I
FOod and they're Miss Norman: Freddie and Steve; No one will eat It but us. Iwouldn't Thomas Pearl P. looking very ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas -
already N. It if I didn't know ; ( A* Cleric of said Court: 116 Temple Your PhonoISA
5 Frances eat Patronage
acquainted with the movie Bobble and Nina ; radiant as she came Into the room T. Prank Lutndrum Btarke, Klurlda.Atty.

ArUne and Bobby are Clark and hubby. Snookey and what was In it. with Leaton Morgan senior who for Plf. 4. 41 4siare Aven.e Appreciated t tI

Pink Wanda and Judy To sorta' change the subject a I
because they met the Burton Prince. "was deferred by the army tq be- THH rOUWTY Jl'nGM' COVHT -- - ----a
about some
stir that was $jn Starke.. and many others. Hear Uncle bit I'm gonna tell you come' one of those much needed i* .ii. ron RHAUFonnCOUNTY. i
tenth represented also- of the girls I saw at the dance !' FLORIDA. \
grade boys and girta Sam was well was "farm soldiers. IN KM K.STATB OKMAHrUH -
the aUditorium Tuesday Lucille. June Margie. Patsy. Mar- Friday night. Everybody *In addition to all these girls F. BROWN
Careful Drivers
nr for and Charlotte.to having a good time. For Instance llv- DF1OKA-HKD Prompt Service
dance a
a meeting to discuss Pate!. Grace having helping to make the NOTICK TO CREDITOR!:
feate mention a few. all with their Louise C. and B. F. were liar place we have a freshmanboy Tou and each of you arc hereby
call time. (Even If they were notified and required to preeent ,
.are WOndering service boys. Bunion (just a good who rates going'to the dance which ,
why: hav- any claim. and demand* you
.y Green and Hazel are ItOCould him "Bln ") Urquharts song Be only looking on), Idalou was G. with a SENIOR GIRL. Kids or oil her of you, may have *caln. ..l Starke Taxi Service .f.
life. M. G., of Marco K. Brown
Heart" was a tile time of her the Hutate
it Its My Ing that Is something! I realize the to .
be thou beau tI. Careful. I)M >a_. late of Mid County
k eta they break in the dancing. It O. and O. B. certainly made pret. fact that he doesn't exactly come the County luitse n f Bradford
are wearing pleasant on '. at hi* office In. I
I could Just go ( .un1Y,
Mae swell banquet and prom. ty pictures. under tbe heading of "Freshmen Hlarke, Flor
.: goes to the Park was a about all the the Court Ilouee at Phone 150
; 80 mUch Juniors, for an eveningwe and on telling you Frills" but after all. he Is a ida. within eight. calendar month :
Ut'yX' hear Thanks. would publication tfJ
1 people I saw but It from the data of the first ,
Will Joe.erhte won't soon forget. pretty freshman. of thl. notlra.. Keen claim or
Ie In FLASH! FLASH! AND RE-' take page after pa *. I There are two certain little demand m it be In wrltlncand meet J
INch a fluster SEK had better quit day talo the plac of reeldeac andpoet Day NightI.
Could It be Air FLASH! LOCAL GALS I Guess I boy. in B. H. S. who seem to behaving office addreea W the claimant I.
boyV; an
STAR. My! My! What a ema1I'' dreamin" and get busy. !I a little trouble over the"llttllest" and moat be worn to by the I.I I
hi* alto?-
Claimant, ble aarent -
"I, '<* you later. world this is Indeed. While Florida makhV So long Susie,i red-headed Betty In our a.,, or th.e earne will become void a- -----a '\

Sophomore Spy. mah exit from the '


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Miss Haynes Honored seems to be some sort of recordIn Smith :Tison Marriage and a corsage of yellow-
9j lj f !
: SOCIETY and CLUBS At Bridge, Shower the annals, of poultry, raising Announced J' .Mr. and 2.11'8. llamillon rot

1 _. ---n' _. __ '. .."The four deceased' w e r e tamed at a dinner **,"
-' .n
n -- --- "W Thursday Evening: burled along the fence with suitable The marriage of Miss Julia, Tampa Terrace following wane lit* "

Profitable Meeting Farewell Party Baptist Circle Two honors and a light sprinkling Katheryn Thou daughter of Mrs. mony. Later in the evil,*
9 Mrs. J. R. and }
Wainwright of tears Hear Buddy (Hor- TIson of Starke, and *eant and Mrs. J"
'a klV t Of W. S. O. Held Friday Night Has MeetingCircle :Mrs Earl H. Johnson entertainedat ance GIbbs) Davis visited Blan Theodore Jackson D. Smith of short wedding Smith left *>
Sergeant trip.
'' a bridge shower in honor of
Wednesday Morning; A surprise "farewell party" was Two of the Baptist W, ding yesterday to see a man Camp Blandlng, son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith has ben
Miss Sara Haynes. Thurs
Hope on
head .
of thWomen's tendered Mike Mills manager o f: :M. U., met at the home of Mrs at the about the Air Corps Certainly Mrs. :J. D. Smith, of Moultrie. at the Florida Farm ""\*
The regular meeting day evening, April ,15.
Store, las R. A. Thomas afternoon thrilled to glimpse ex-Callatreete solemnized at 7 o'- *
Sunlow's Military Monday
of Ben I Oa, wa Gainesville for the r
+ Service Organization homo of the former. Miss Haynes' -
i PWlt
V at his home 01 with nine members and one visitor : Sadie Prince (now tolling at Dale night, September "'*
held Wednesday Friday night clock Saturday years, but resigned
:'r, the USO-YMCA waa' marriage to Mr. Arthur Nel her
Tallahassee back
i induction In- Mabry Field ) of the brldeI''OOm'a po Jat!
before his home
tl prouent. 1942 at the in
19 February
} and
} o'clock U
1 morning at 10:15: son HolVlday will be' an 'event of liVing
last week-end visiting
} t.r with the president, .Mrs. Frank to the Army on April 19. The devotional was led by Mrs April 25, at the First Methodist Lorene these parts(State Farm) Moncrlef. \ sister, Mrs. W. D. Hamilton Mr.- home of her mother 111 &I Uit
9 ? Wilson, presiding. Quests presented him with a M. F. Hazen and prayer by Mrs. church. Hear Sgt. George (Lake Butler) / and Mr. Hamilton and 3417 Sergeant Smith (I. in the Jf.ai
beautiful Kventharp and W. J. Sr. The business and Mrs. R.. M. Davidson. quarters
pen Company
''t iFa + Flans for raising money were Epperson. I Soon after arriving the party Johns left las' Friday for Officers The Rev. Samuel otOlng. CIunp ,
,; :t y discussed and Mrs. R. A- Green pencil set, and a delicious lunch- meeting was conducted by Mrs. went to Ann & Harry's where a Candidate School. Ft. Lee. Va. I Palmira, Tampa.of the Palma Cela and has been In tile ....1IIJ
eon was served. Those present W. B. A.lexander"leade.r" Bowles, .seven,years.
chairman of finance, suggestedthat delicious: dessert course was served. Pauline Priest Francis (:Mra. Church. officiated
v tileoup sponsor picture Included: It was unanimously voted to The table waa covered witha Fred) is back in Fort :Myera after :Presbyterian,. the
i Mr., and, :Mrs. Charles Parker;; name this circle the Daisy Fowler | Mr. and M1'8. Hamilton were. .. Spanish Fiesta
.how1 at which time Variety: Ia<..cloth and centered by a a year or so In Pulaski. Va. ._ .
t program will! be given In additionto Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Welnsteln;: Circle and contribution, amountIng ; crystal}1 bowl of Spring flowers only attendants. .1 <" .
__ r to the movie. A tag day will Mr. and Mrs. E. Jones; :Mr. and to $5.70 were given for an blue: Jedomlnating'-; the cen- And don't forget lads an' las. Pink and;white asters were..used -1'. The 'Junior- Woman's' Club 11111|

also 'be held during the coming: Mrs.. Kd Prince; Sam Goldman, Easter present for Caudle Hazen tral''arrangement was 1MWuby ales, that the eyes of.the. boys in decorating and the. couple sponsor; a, Spanish Fiesta ? ,U
Irving Goldman Mrs.. :Mae Sta- who Is studying to be a mlsslon'Mrs.'T. mantel t
month. blue candles In crystal holders. from home are still "upon you" stood before the during Woman's Club building w w
Mrs. W. H. NoUmmn reportedthat eonD ve RothblattMr.. .-an4 :Mrs.frr'MIUs.'l'b .. ,ary"+.1r' The place cards were whlt. .nd thru the columns of the dear ole the ceremony. The bride wore '"day May' 5, from 9 P. 1l11U",.
her committee had furnished 1J;' JievtD : .)> ; )*' wife B..Harding gave a talk moaogrammed .In gold letters Telegra tt"'"'.- ; They know what an RAF blue wool tailored frock The entertainment will conaT rf

t{ hostesses each Saturday afternoon and mother. on race prejudice and an interesting were the honoree'a Initials. SHH. we're doing to help out on the, with London tan accessories. Her a dance, floor show, bandl for.
a i and :Mra. Carrie Ward was discussion was conducted on When the party returned to home front and don't think they'll I corsage: "wast of pink roses. Mrs. tune 'telling, etc, and Will v!
hr appointed to carry on the work Telephone Girls the subject.: the Wainwright home, several forget those who aren't doing Hamilton wore a navy and white given especially for officer. M!
{+ d t of this committee during the absence Honored By CompanyAt The meeting closed with prayerby progressions of bridge were played their part Frinstance.: Buck frock with matching accessories civilians..

of :Mrs. Nollman.j Easter Dance Mrs. R. A. Thomas, after which )in the living room,. which was Crawford writes: "I notice that .....-..-....".... .."._." ...- mwnm oma. .,,i,. .,..",,,,,:J.-r, .::.,= ,, ,,, _.
served i mn n.e'> "niiiMtiiifrimiTTjn'! nnnnnmaanimmMir.inosn' J TT---
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid reported a the hostess strawberry tastefully decorated with gladioli, Callstreeters 'have. really' been
I '1J r, splendid cooperation from the 'The Southern Bell girls are "so shortcake and iced tea.> statlce and Spring daisies.. High buying WarsBonds: and thanks a'i READY FOR {
churches In supplying hostesses on nearly perfect" that the Tele- prize was 'won by"'Mrs. W.I million because every dollar in- f".r'
y tl Ey' Sunday afternoons. For the past phone Company gave a party at Robt. Henry Crundeli. III Brownlee and she was presented ''I vested puts us Just a little nearer :
three weeks they have been from the Woman's Club building In with a bottle of Cara Nome home. We too are buying bonds. Cleaning I II
the Episcopal Church. i their honor Wednesday night. Pvt. and Mrs. Robert H. Crund- toilet water. Bingo prizes were 1 Our company has a 100 percent
Further plans concerning the For more than a month they have well announce the birth of a son, won by Mm. Joseph A. Scanlan allotment and every man la buy I | To Do A Swell Job, Be Sure

use of the American Legion Hall I been striving toward perfection Robert Henry William Crundwell, and Mrs. Charles A. Darby, and Ing bonds ranging from $3.75 to 4 And Use Plenty Of Insectir r
as an Officers' Club were discussed In their operating service, and HI. Sunday April 18. 'as awards they were given defense $37.50 per month" Duck says, \
and a committee was appointed after becoming about as "nearly Pvt. Crundwell, a former mem- stamps "Keep the mail a-rolling, folks. 1 cides '
a t to investigate ways and perfect as possible"-over 85 per ber of the Starke Police force, Towards the close of the even- The happiest moment of a sol-
i means of furnishing the hall. cent-the Company gave them a was inducted into the Army at ing a shower of gifts was ,presented dier's life is when he receives ,I WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH INSECT /
Plans for a tea on Mothers Day dance. The affair! was In chargeof Camp Blandlng Feb. 20. stayed to Miss Hayneo, and the those 'sugar reports' and letters
,' In honor of soldiers and service :Mrs. Edith Cameron. Chief there about nine days and was hostesses' gift was a pair of from the home folks" Buck's SPRAYERS, LIQUID, POWDERS, ETC
l mothers were announced and Operator, and Mrs. Ann Poyner, transferred to the M. P. Corps embroidered sheets and pillow address Is: Sgt. Seeber Crawford-
members of the W. S. O. will furnish Matron. and attached to the Air Force at cases.: 34241613 Co. A, 401st Glide Inf.,
refreshments at that time. Miami Beach. He arrived on a APO 472, Fort Bragg, N. C. .
; The' Easter motif was carried Take Care of WoolensPack
Invited to be with the honoree
but had It
;, f A musical program will be the! out. the hall being beautifully 3-day pass Saturday, -
_ feature of the afternoon.In decorated with spring flowers, and extended and remained in Starke were: Mrs. O. L. Haynea, Mrs. I Chatted with Eolln; Smith (Mrs. Them Well With Moth Balls Or

the absence of Mrs. L. W Easter!: baskets filled with colored till Thursday. Joseph Scanlan, Mrs. Fred Guy I Hogan) tother day and she reports Flakes Or Better Still Put'Them In

Koch chairman of the Magazine Easter-egg candy. About 300 or Miss Evelyn Stumpti':Mrs.i.William her 6-weeks-old son,, Thomas Moth-Proof Bags. We Can Supply
Committee Miss Register reported Married In Lake Butler Field, In the beat of health .
4 i 400 guests were present .Including H. Thomson, Jr., Mien" Elizabeth You With Any Of These Item
G that Mrs. Koch's efforts had met soldiers Southern The Smiths now have Tom and
civilians, and William Alvarez and Joiner, Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs.J. .
with splendid response and that .Bell employee from Jacksonville, Herbert Dick-so maybe there's still some
In stead Margaret Lloyd, both of Starke W. Brownlee, Miss Fay Peter-
magazines were coming Gainesville, Palatka Camp Blan hopo for Harry Hear Earnle
) ily.Mrs. ding and Starke. Invitations were April 2. son, Miss Frances Peek Miss ,an' Pauline Phillips have deserted Spray Victory GardensInsure
r C. A. Knight, chairmanof sent to Camp Blanding and the J. D. Hampton and Jessie Mae Abbfa Harley, :Mrs. W. E. Torode, I Call St. to take up their abodeIn J
the Saturday night dances, reported Keystone Air Base. King, both of Lawtey, April 10. Mrs. Houston Miss Lake City Starke losesa A Good Harvest By Using
Jr. ,
that hostesses had been On April 14 a license was Issued very pleasant couple I'm Paris Green or Arsenate of Lead.
serving' at these affairs and re- Open-face sandwiches a n d to Francis H. Norman and Mary Lillian Stern berg, Mrs. James afraid the!! casual observer might We Have It In Small Package
!' quested that the members of the Coca Cola were served. Lou Rosier, both of Lawtey. Black shear Mrs. Charles A. have thought the USO-YMCA was .t I
Darby, Mrs. Glen Wood, Mr*. W. :
W. S. O. indicate their willingness preparing to open a mansizedbar I
to assist with these affairs. on Thursday April 29, from 9:30a. : Jerry J. Moore, formerly with C. Powell, :Mrs. Clifton Brown, tother day, Judging by all the If Your Stomach
m. to 12:30: and at eleven o' the Peninsular Life Insurance Co, Mrs. Tommy Lane, Mrs. S. F. whiskey canes stacked around .
Mission Study Class clock there will be a recess for Jacksonville, 'rta. c e nlly resignedhis Johns Jr., Mrs. Eldredge Smith Truth Is, however, the boxes contained J Gives You Trouble
refreshments. ,:Mrs. Will Blair, ,position and accepted a placeIn Mrs Guy Sale, and Mrs. E L. nothing more intoxicatingthan
The Woman's 'Society of Christian will be In charge! of the meeting, i'the Camp Blanding Postoff :Matthews. books-1,000 volumes received 1 Due To Excess Acidity Gas Or
Service of the Methodist and several members will each review from the Victory Book Cam- ,t Bloating Try A Bottle Of Dia Bisma.
Church will have a mission study a chapter of' the book for paign Excuse me now whileI 50c We Guarantee It.
; at the Church School Building study. brush up on my fandango and

a t .. Carolyn Callstreet -J dust off my castanets Must
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IJ ; : start getting in the mood for that
FUNERALDIRECTORn ,, : Jr. Woman's Club Spanish Fiesta Koch Store
) Many Yearn Experience Make it Poaslbto for Me to Render planned for May' 5 So long Drug
n KKFICXKNT; PBOMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE 'wbeter See you In the next .
Quick, Watson!' '. The ammo I Couldn't decide bandan/ I r
n k MODERATE PRICES I nla bottle! ,. Can you Imagine the< naed and be-Jewelled Artine Dew --Carolyn.- -pnrprn"np"MrnnananhMtlllle' '! '' 'lMttMTX'nAMn41nAAIGM' ''''!!''' ..-'iIIII.1II'lItfm.I'''' / ",' ., '' "pWhnM!Inn7nlMniHAmPAIlLxFnx!' '''''''' ..m:.4'nM, _+"!!.

; DeWITT,C."JONES what .with looked ,like a"negrp mammy .01
of nerves: ,
'i Stark. Florida my Carmen Miranda Anyhow the
trying to report 0 n two such .
effect was all to the good "
swellegant soirees as the 66 tt For further details, see Ima S... 5/.e new :7roct.J 5/ealw.'J..9" rrfalens of.SPIiae7P

Division Activation Dance and ,' aI ,
the Junior-Senior Banquet fallingon -
successive evenings!, as Fate I Carrier pigeon 'jus' blew In
would have It-las' Thurs.. and brlngln' In a breezy note from Pcf.Wm iid I IIbft
Friday But to begin at the N. (Dill) Long._ answerln' e4
eglnnln' Seems as If 22 reveille call these ,mornings at
of Call Street's lovliest left town Camp Swift, Texas Says the
FLA Thursday night of last week In a uy who wrote "D. in the H. of 1 1V
chartered bun headed for Blan- Texas" forgot to mention "the

ding, music an' bright lights .. terra firma out here Is a dirty,
Marie Register was pretty as apix dusty, brown sand topped off
Sunday Monday Tuesday
in a'white jersey formal with with a generous sprinkling of

April 25 26 27 green jersey top '. Margaret clay and rocks" ,.,.,,"No klddln.
itrlngfellow also chose white Carolyn." he._moans.,-'There: IB BO ; i"
OAt.4Nrc tHAT WILt jersey, but her's boasted an aqua I much sandy-dust out, here that (L1 I IIl1TigJ
,,i f\'t. MUSICAL girdle Irene Matthews worea we'ie beginning to ,wonder if ,
YOUR stunning red and white striped I they'll want us to pay land taxes ,
....V" ITSELF AROUND HfAt/ taffeta number, while i l Louise Ion the amount we eat and
Stern was demure in white, trim- breathe. As it gets hotter. It gets
It's dazzling, delightful med with black lace worse and now looks like we'll (
when these woesome soon have to start sleeping' witha 1
1 '" two antes frolic Upon arrival at the flower shovel handy so. we can dig I
bedecked officers' club the girls ourselves out of our bunks each
were Introduced to their escortsof morning.. Jus' to prove that
the evening and took their Texas has big camps, too Bill
a' r places In a long* line to meet likeable 1 -' says that "Sappo Ingram Is here
General Kramer, his aides Domewhere. Came over on the
,ml other officers of the 66th same train together and you (
and their wlvpsVon't mention : might tell someone _to drop me
SttBU any names, but hear some his address, as I haven't seen bide 4
of the sweet young things! missed nor hair of him since" Bills
out on the receiving line address Is: Pfc. Win. N. Long, Hq.
Seems they decided to go up to i. Btry., 389th F. A. Bn.. ATO 445 .
'jfl4E r the balcony and dance until the Camp Swift, Texas. tl->.
line shortened and when they got 4
t, back down the' receiving line had II Peeked in at the new<< Episcopal _
CAaMEaND jus' broken up! Moat of the recreational center tother day
\ __ escorts were from the northern and found It quite unique .
-It tales, but Evelyn Stump drew an: Furniture Is fashioned of some
1 awfully attractive Lieut from no. thing new called drift wood and
,, fc further away than dear ole I la certainly quaint ... .. Spied the
1 l AMESttidu Palatka! Altogether a very I two Marjories, Davis and Orider.
-Ie g1a A olid" evening (as the high In the midst of unpacking all \ \
_p school jitterbug would say) the boxes and their frequent if& ( I
Ct.SAR Seems the 66th has started out squeals of delight Indicated' that
a to make history for Itself in ablaze they were thrilled over the whole _

c > of glory Hear the local thing Hear several local $7.95
( florists, called In to do the decorative lads have taken advantage of the $7.95 $
;''IG1'M job for the affair were new school hours to"accept after. $7.9

; old to shoot the works and hang noon Jobs at Blanding Bobby Large Assortment of Other Dresses
the expense I -, .-- Charlie McRae Parker William,among Thompson those find From ,. _,____ $2.95 up

And now to get on with the ing tha> one-session 'very" profit Natural Bridge Shoes For Worn 'n
? Junior-Senior banquet I able .. ? And the girls} areat $5.50 $5.95
ROC 'Course my view of this event twiddling c their, thumbs either Jarman Shoes For Men Mos''
'' ,.tot wa strictly: of the window pane .' 'Lila 'Ray Cald*.ll an" Lois Styles $6.8$8.85
variety, but the few glimpses Igot New ome. ,, rove-tcontstthe< : 'New Shipment .
_ breath-taking woman power short4eb7'signingup 100 p. c. All Wool '
.. t rt*CN\\ aIOnEERETI NO\\ \h The were Southern truly plantation themewas with the 9 aO<1O Welcome ,, Suits Blues and

-It l\\\ \) !........... a natural, and provided the to Elizabeth i&Leod, newest Greys $27.50
'teM* w IRVING CUjA OH Imaginative!; Juniors with beau- addition to Call.St., up from

*2l' ..4JSs WIU .!: coup material for a beautiful Cedar Key to worhf for Bell Tell Agents For Nunn-Buah
!?. ..---.., L..VI.Jwt- c........ party Understand my youthful Hear Mary Jo,Caldwell an' ShoesALEXANDER
_: : 2oNv. 5I ....-...."..,. ...... ,....,a.-. ---- rival. Ima Snooper, covers the Dorothy Faxon are recent recruitsat
I .,..-...,..... vent quite thoroughly in her cot. the switchboard too .
his week, but I can't refrain
from mentioning those negro Seems Martha. Brownlee( ) Johnson
Also mammy waitresses, Lora bids fair to hold up her end & CO.
: LATEST THIS IS AMERICA 'Crew an' Snookey. Johns among of the Food for Victory: campaignby f
I those using leg make-up (liquid nursing a flock of baby chicks STARKE, -. -
c; & LATEST WAR NEWS i hose) on their faces to Impart to adult henhood Hear she's -, FLORIDATAGJII
I r that smooth mulatto tan lost only four of the lot. which


PAC1K riVl
husband is furlough In those communities filled to ....
expecting a
r BITS of LOCAL NEWS I before t long and may Join her overflowing with war A MEMORIAL FOR YOU -

here soon. the landlord no longer MONUMENTSMRS.
--- contend. with

Wall $pent yeater- Ira .>. Shepherd of Brunswick MIMes Bonnie and Evelyn Crawford Mrs J. T. Guy of Hampton and tices that formerly workers'l J. M. MITCHELLYour t
VV L- Ga., Is here spending a few expect to leave tonight fora daughter, Mtesx Miriam Guy of to give services far Local Representatives
Jacksonville. vacation with his week's Ocala, were' week-end of ordinary rvpalm and
weeks parents, visit with their parent, guests I I ... .. .. .. r r
Strke-lUandU totatoring Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. 'Mr. and Mrs I. S. Crawford, at Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. Guy remained Under Rent Control, II.
e to and better elesn0pposlte \- Wauchula. until' Tuesday night; so required to provide tho aame
/ park Theatre. Mm. Mitchell Ergaa will return she could attend the presentationof \ essential services furnishing, m
home .today from the Lake City; T. N. Kendrick left Wednesdayfor Rosnlnl's :8tabat Mater" by .ind* equipment an those provided '
of Jaekaoi\vtU Ii honpltal where she underwent an a month's visit among relatives the Gainesville choir of the First on the date ..determiningthe veil C 3//*? >itntlu>icn Sl.op

Un Jones days with her operation for appendicitis.Tune and friends in Goldaboro,, Methodist Church maximum rent. This ex
< a few chides' "extras" such all redecorating Castle' Lunch)
WK. Mlddleton. Charlotte and Oastonla N. C.,. (Formerly Vaughan'a/
Mrs. In Blue Net Work at 1:43P. and Clover S. C. Tune in Blue Net Work at 1:43 between every tenancy,

[ and Mrs. G.. C. Powell Wednesday, April 28th-Interretttlng P. M..Wednesday April *8th-Interesting refinishing woodwork and GOOD EATS
Rev program. -(Adv.) Misses Idalou and Marjorie program. -(:\dv.) 'floor unnecessarily. adding GOOD COFFEE *
UghtersJewelt In ants Davis, NiSI Marjorie Odder and t pieces of furniture to pleasea "; ,1 \.. ,
ere shopping I ,Mrs., A....M. Bass 'arrived henWednesday Fred Dickman attended the Episcopal Lt.-Col. and Mrs.T.. -Tj, Long prospective tenant, and maJt PRICES :.1' ,,', :
y afternoon J !rand : from Dunellon' Y. P. 8. L. Convention In and Sons, Tom and Dave 'arrived ,tng replacement before they REASONABLE ::. '. '..,
Jack Rasmus- will i be associated with her sister, Jacksonville Saturday. here Sunday from Fort Benning, are needed. The survey dlvlow .
Mrs. Ga. and of MrsjH.. I that actually, the coat Avenue ....
the birth rot Mm. Virginia Hiatt, who operate* are guests 201 Temple << : ? .
ounce a ,,tailor shop at Camp landtng.i' Sgt. Ralph Nettles, an Instructor Long Col. Long leaves Fridayfor I.i I. of repair and maintenance ar
<<,r'on Thursday April 15Aiachua : at the Army Air Forces Gunnery i his new station at Camp .nlonrf l '11.. decreased from 21.3

County, Hospital,, ..Mrs Kattd.wit, Edward ,Prince\ School. Fort Myers. spending Hood..Texas while Mrs. Long and percent' of the rental Income of
'tlas- the children will remain In 1939 to 16.2 percent In 1942.i. I .
me.. Capt. and"M: : and family entertained Mr. and a furlough with his parents,
have an_ apartment at( Mrs. Mike Mills at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R A. Nettles. Starke. 4 i. The Rent Control Office has
n of Mrs. Ethel-M, Blgp evening. "Mike' has been given valuable service to both
Inducted into the armed,forces ,- ,Mrs. W. B. Sewell spent the Presbyterian AuxiliaryThe the landlord and tenant an a
at Camp Blanding. The Prince week-end In Leesburg with: her clearing house for rental dis
,, lll f/ family presented him with agentleman's i slater, Mrs. J. D. Cottrell. and i lAdies,Auxiliary l 0 f.he\ agreements. Often circumstanced CANOVAPHARMACY
: companion-bag as a on Monday Mro. Cottrell coma .to I Presbyterian Church will meet that could lead to serious

golng-away; gift." Starkesantf.pent, a"",few(daylt; Tuesday evening ,April 27, at 8 misunderstandings have i 1 1I 1i
r o'clock at the home of ){ra. K. G. been quickly settled amicablywith
Mis. J. W. Kincaid returned Duncan. Mrs. O. B. Stansbury the Rental Office functioning i
Tuesday evening after spending will have the program, and her on arbiter. Landlords '
When Your four days In Vero Beach with Mr. subject will be the American In have accustomed themselves to {I
and Mrs. Lon Rogers who come dian. depend upon the good office
Back Hurts- to Florida every winter from Kentucky of the Rent Director or his 4
THERESSA staff to relieve them of trouble-

And Your Strength and By Miss Ida Hatpin Home burdens. Public Relations .
Energy l. Below Par Ralph II. Garner, regional supervisor and the drawing together
r It may be cauaed by diaorder at kidney of the usa-YMCA, whose Seaman 2-c Thomas Trlest of of landlords and tenants are a

\ .....unction to accumulate.that .permlta For truly pnicooou many I office Is In Atlanta, Ga., spent Key West spent several days last definite and Important part of WILL ,
people feel tired weak. and miserable Tuesday in Staike visiting the week with his parents, Mr. and Itent Control work. .

.whet old. and the kldnaya other ...tall...to matter ramov..aora.from the staff and others Interested in Mrs. S. E. Trle t. S. BeC&Ulle'ot Rent Control activIty -

bleed.You euffpr n trlnf backache, USO work. Mrs. Lydia Hall and C grand a general decline in delinquencies -
rheumatic may pa...... hnadaohu. dlaalneea.fttmc .. daughter, Grace Dickinson, left has been" noted NOT BE OPEN
up a frequent nights. l.and( pain.seamy, .welling.8ometTm urination Mrs. Ruth Griffin, Chief Clerk last week to Visit Mrs.! W. D. since 1939. Though not taken I i
with smarting and burning I. another In the Selective Service Board, Garrett at Oakland Park. Into consideration In the survey -

der the Rationing ,Pro- kidney sign l that,or aamfthin u wrung with was at her desk Tuesday mornlnx James TrI .t, who Is stationed It further strengthens the "
allowed -3firs There should; be no cJ'ubt; that prompt for; the first time since Thursday, with the armed forces In Tampa, observation that an Increase In .
You are
than m-glft. 'i
am ef Shoes Per Year 000 treatment,'a Pittfc I I. wiser It Ia better to rely on a. April 15, having been at home Is home,on furlough. actual rental Income has accompanied EASTER ,
medicine that b.. won eiiuntrywide apEroval with the muropn. Rent Control.
Icm tavor.bly Earle Gelger of Cocoa Beach
Your Old than OB
|et Us Make Doo.'. have burn Irii'd and Mted the week-end with his I I 6. Reasonable rents have enabled
Ones' Like New many year.. Are at all drug .tone. Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Au- spent thousands of people to come to
Get i/oo... today.DOANS. gustine Is Bpendlng the week mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Florida who couldn't have afforded

The with her daughter Mrs. Ethel M. A. L. Sullivan of Ocala spent the trip had not a celling '

Electric' Shoe Shop PILLS Biggs Mrs. O. Li. Beosley wentto the week-end hero with his wife been<< placed on rents. These SUNDAYUNTIL I. ,
,, St. Augustine on Saturday and and friends. visitors spend millions of dollars '
ao.e i From Park Theatre ,.. Mrs. Griffin returned with her. Othma Sullivan of the Naval and make up In a large

Air Station In Jacksonville was way for the loss In tourist business
Tune in Blue Net Work at 1:41J visiting his parents here Sunday.Mr. caused by the war effort. ', : ;
and Mrs. S. E. Trlest and ,,
28thIntere.tting of will be
P. M. W nt'Hdayprll Many visitors today '
program. _(Adv.) son Thomas, were visiting Mrs. residents of tomorrow because ', -,
TrloHt's father Dan Batten, In
of the fine treatment and warm -
Easter W. T. Clute C. H. Nasworthy Lake Butler Sunday. reception accorded them by our t
and Jos. 1:. Wilson attended the Rev. Hogarth of Palatka filled Florida communities. Since 3:00 O'CLOCK I
t mass meeting In Jacksonville Sun his regular appointment at Hope landlords are by and large ,-
day night at which Senator Baptist Church Sunday morningand business men and women also,
Claude Pepper spoke protesting evening and was! accompaniedhere they will as a class benefit .
reetings Nazi atrocities In conquered coun- by his family. handsomely from the fair treatment 4i

tries. of war guests the potential IN THE AFTERNOON .
Duke Outlines residents of Florida when. 1 "

To, ,. .. t f lit' Lt. J. D. Cottrell, Jr.,, who Benefits Derived the peace lit won. I j
". 1 has been: stationed at Plieonlx "Thesa are the established jI
Arizona but has recently been From Rent Control acts." concluded Mr IMike. "The .I
OUR 'FRIENDS :, transferred to Fort Benning. Ga., uidlorda.. are beginning to appreciate .-
wan a guest Monday and Tues Rent Control Director for the their Implications." I ,

day of his uncle and aunt, Mr. Gainesville-Starke\ Area WilliamL. .
f AND CUSTOMERSTHE and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. .. Duke answered today the -- .
ever-recurring inquiry from prop- ; :
R. J. Davis formerly with the I erty-owners: "How does Rent Control -

State Auditing Department, recently help the landlord" {
resigned to accept a posh "Some landlords are still strictly -

tion with the, postal service at "from Missouri" on the subjectof _
Camp Standing. He has been Rent Control," said Mr Duke. f
STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE associated with the auditing department "They've asked for facts and )

for the past four years. figures, and not mere platitudes.I've 5 1
gone out to gather these
Starke, Florida The Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhan, facts, and here they are, taken __ {

bishop of Florida, and Miss Julia from government reports never s'"Y
.. visitIng In'this Area." '
Juhan of Tallahassee were before published
Starke Tuesday, where they 1. A survey of 27.0OO dwelling I",
surveyed the progress of the new units in thirteen cities under t ; e

NAT SEZ: recreational building now being Rent 'Control reveals that since y4,
erected at St. Mark's Episcopal 1939, there has been an Increase
saw a In the net operating Income .
7 User to be when you Church. : t'
down the entree of landlords amountingto
man walking ,hilt hand he ht Lt. M. T. Oakley of Camp 17.5 percent. Since the net
j f with a brief case in Pickett, Va., was here last week operating; income l ID computedby
"$' / was either lawyer, a certified for a brief visit with his wife's subtracting total expenses, .

public accountant or a man from parents Mr. and Mr* Olin. W. before interest or depreciation, tv

the Collector of Internal Revenue, White Early this month Lt. from actual rental Income, the
now. II""'. probably Oakley was given his silver barn, fact that operating expense
but it's different promoting him to the rank of have Increased 2 percent dur- ,
out on
jut an ordinary man First Lieutenant, ing the same period Is figured r
a a shopping tour. That brief rant before arriving at the 17.5 percent s ii i i

contains bill different ration Miss Junle .Parrlsh, former em- reveuo Increase. ii i
ploye at Koch's who has been 2. The widespread decrease 1 n
,iard I away since February, has resum vacancy Ions Is the most striking .t i
her work there. She worked single factor which explainsthis
It'd a short while 'at Camp Blan- f a v o rable development.
---PLAY SUITS--- spent a few weeks at her Occupancy which was at a
home at Orange Heights, and returned relatively normal< level In 1939a THIS IS PART OF YOUR PAYCHECK
I to Starke: last week. year unaffected by the war
COTTON -steadily Increased until it haa

Mrs. W. H.: Struth has as her almost reached 100 percent. /
I her son and daughterinlaw 3. The second most Important thing pretty liot for liar .tale.
$9.95 un- making
guests That "
to ,:
$$2.98 $6.95 17.5 percent
to $6.95 Cupt. and Mrs. Elmo R. reason for the Increase lathe a
Struth, of Fort Bennlng. Ga. Capt. operating income '
around it.
Struth has a' 10-day leave, and favorable trading position It came from the pay check and pay you haven't gotten to

MATERNITY DRESSESSILK will also visit relatives In Jacksonville here. now enjoyed by 'he landlord. envelopes of people like you. It was I Tell your boss today you want to help

and Deland Starke while Sunday bought with the money you lent your win the war by joining the Pay.RollGovernmentinregularinstallmentsfrom e
arrived In:
PRINTS They night. LATE Savings Plan. Tell him you want to

your pay. save at least 10 percent of every paycheck
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott by putting it into War Bonds.
$5.95MATERNITY have returned to Starke and are But hold on now-Maybe it's not your : ;
living !In the home of Mr. Scott's EXTRA gun! Maybe you aren't setting aside at You can't make a better investment. '

parents' Mr. and MM. F. A. least 10 percent of your salary for War You'll be buying the weapons that insure'' I
SLACK SUITS Scott. He was formerly manager of freedom aDd'pleoty
Garden -Lumber Bonds! a future peace
of the
Company, and has accepted a POINT who and you'll be getting back $4 furaren't '
Starke with Quigley Tbere are still some people $3 ;
position in every you.sne
.$4.95BATHING but maybe you're one
& Davis. ; not many, NTITITHEN
of them. If you are one we're sure it's

Mrs. D. E. Knight recently returned RATIONING not for c-.tnt of patriotism but because START TODAY! .
from a visit with her son .
SUITSMen stationed at .J I
Paul Knight, who la
Camp Croft 8. C., with the U. S. : :

and WomenTHE Knight post Band.and Paul While spent away several Mrs. NEWS SAVE WITH U.S. WAR BONDS AT' LEAST 10% ,

days In Tyron, N. C.. Paul having .

FAMOUS CATALINA BRAND been given a few day. leave Fait-awaa! UM-eoffpre little or no folder foods EVERYBODY...EVE RY. PAYDAY. JIJ JIJTb"

for the trip. oo the point, ration lift. R. deserts. L:
breads, J.
k Mrs. Clyde Nelle Fountain, who main Offered dishes by Rumford, quick Baking Powderto ,
$1.95 to.$6.ooSter.Dberg'S has been for the past several,' help you serve weU, -bdaocedagu.crLive : is contribution lo America*, all-out war effort 'by t'' L ;
at Camp Cruber. Okla., heals with a minimum of susie advcrtitciaent. a
months band. Prt. Earl Fountain oa your 48 poinn.Send for your free 't' ..1
with her hu In Starke Thursday cop toda,.Add....'Riunford Balling STARKE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRYd. f
arrived Rumford R.L
with her Powder Bon R, j
for a visit '
April Jr t 'I
mother Mrs. R. A. Thomas.
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PINE LEVELBy SAMPSON CITYBy Is visiting her parents, Mr. and near Gainesville.But and hence wanted the jSJ lilt

1Ildl:I r : Florida State Farm News Bin. II. M. MeBae Louise Vames Mrs.'. Noon Mot on Sept, J9. 1942. she was In the name of her moth7 deed V
3 I Miss Lubedla >("Pinholater Mrs:
daughter married to 1st Sergeant JacksonD. Smith will make
u' Rev W. E. Hall of Green Cove Mrs. Louise Vames and Howard :Mott, and Mr. Royce her nom J
Smith, of Moultrle,, Ga., and her mother
f By E. K. Bouvier llaee, Ala., who ha been visitingher Springs filled hta appointment at Frances, and Uttle Ray Harper Galney were shopping In Gainesville : so long 8a ., ?t .
Camp Blanding, Fla., she didn't band U at Camp J-
{ son-in-law and daughter Mr, Church Saturday night spent a few dayafjast week Monday. Bland1J1r.
,' .. Pine Level
h ,t r MIAMI BRIDE know where they might be sent he la with Headquarters-
A that and Mrs. W N. North left Friday and Sunday. We are sorry Mrs. with Mrs. Varne brother and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parrish of Com
romance In began more for a visit with her son, Lt. (J.g.) Hall wasn't able to be with us. sister-in-law Mr and Mr. L. B. :La Crosse were Sunday dinner -.e.eOwDt .'-,- ---
d,, D. C.,a culminated year ago Monday Washington April O. J. Beaver In Miami. Mr. Mr and Mrs. Allen Hall of Harper of Boomtown.. 'guest of :Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Beaver will return here for a this :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varnen Mr. Thomas.
'' 12, In the marriage of Jeanne Jacksonville pro spending ,
1, Eleanor Bouvier, daughter of Mr. visit of. Indefinite length. week here with their parents. Me. and Mrs Rome Varnes and children Mr. and Mrs. Troy Thomas of
Mr R. Carter of Tallahassee
; ; s and Mr*. Marshall Audie Bouvierof and Mrs. H. M. McRae. and Mr*. James Childs and LaCrosse were visiting Mr. and
Miami and James Henry Rusk, in-law arrived and Friday to visit her son I Mr. and Mrs. 'J. R. Hall and children of Avon Park spent a Mrs. Ralph Htzen Sunday.
Mr. and I
son of Mrs. Elizabeth Rusk of Mrs. H. K. Tyus. I IKUe daughter. P ye, were visiting i few days recently with Mr. and SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTICE

': i Banbury. Conn. Just a* the sun Miss Sadie Prince of Tallahassee Rev. and Mr*. Hall at Green Mrs. Ray Ooodge. Each Sunday we have tried to

V i t //j i was setting the young couple entered was the weekend guest Cove Springs Monday afternoon.Mr. E. D. Jones returned home Saturday *, Increase our enrollment In Sunday

the church to the strains of Miss Lorene Moncrief.Dr. : and Mr. A. F. Hall. Mr. after having his appendix School. Sunday, April 18.

of the wedding march by Lohengrin. Mr. J. M. and Mr*. H. M. McRae and Mis removed In a Gainesville hospital we had 68 for Sunday School. .
': Many lighted taper* flank. and Iembree Odessa :McRae were visiting Mr. last week. He is. 1 m p r ovtng. The highest record so far. The z
'1, 4 eel:;the chancel and outside'aisle, were called to Los Angeles. Calif.., and Mrs. E. J. McRaoe Monday rapidly coming Sunday we are going to
Friday because of the critical illness
+ and around the alter were hugebasket and do still better. So ;
I,,, t of a sister of Dr. Hembree. evening. 10(111. Ray .Goodge and little Ray try please
it of white gladioli! snapdragon Mrs. Owen McRae of >Lake But Harper were visiting relatives In everybody try to come. Sunday I IIIOO
Pvt- Lonnie Dobbs of t
1 and baby's breath Wbeeles Camp ler is,visiting. her.mother-ta-taw! Palatka Monday: School at 11 o'clock, and church _

Ic ''I against a bank of fem. Dr. Dobbs,- near were Macon.week-end Oa.sandMra. guest: Mrs H. K..McRae.JfrtOf*leavfrig. 'Mr*.
t James -Johnson.. pastor of I of' their parents Mr, and Mr. for Clear Point. Va..' where she !son ),Marvin of Lawtey were visiting -' forget.the egg hunt Sunday after I I
I Westminster Presbyterian church 'Arch Dobbs. will Join her husband who Is stationed Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown noon at 'o'clock, at the church.
fit.; 1 officiated. Proceeding the'aervice at Camp Peary Willtams- this week.
rr 4'' Mr. H. M. Hudson sang "Be Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld. Harvey
j burg.Va. _,_ .. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith and RISINGBy
Me" Mrs. P. D. Fancher andO.
cause" and 0. Promise Friday -
and Mrs. Nell McArthur rendered L. Partaey are all on the sick Mia" Odessa McRae spent Dorothea children spent Sunday In Jacksonville Mrs. KiMie: Aerraaa
with "
beautiful nuptial music. list the two former suffering attacks night with Mtnd Mrs. Art. Herbert Norman has returned $
Norman at Starke. ford Brown and children.BKOOKEK.
The bride was given In marriage of Mump Mrs. Eddie Balalger and daughter : home after spending several weeksIn Jj

r r' by her father and attended Rev. J. A. Knunerlne of Gainesville Betty, of Lake City spent the Lake Wales with his slater and
r by her slater and brother. Gowned was a Sunday dinner guest weekend with Mr. and Mrs. B. brother-In-law Mr. and Mrs. Gor-
in magnolia tint satin fashioned of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Woodward. M.. McRae. By Minnie Lou Hares don Jones.
4' 9 j, with a long close fitting baiique, Word has flnallytcome through, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman
by of the Red Cross. Staff Sgt.. and Mrs. Dan Hazenof
having a sweetheart neck line, way that I were In Lake Wales last week-end
1 with shirred aleeves and trained Jack Bradley nan been held a GUM BRANCHBy Spence Field Moultrie, Ga., on business.
S l and bouffant shirt and wearing a prisoner of the Jap iiince shortly Mi*. T. N. NOBOUUI and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews of Mrs. Maggie Norman had as

Sus, d"k, veil held by a coronet of orange after the bombing'of' Pearl Har Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwardsand New River were visiting their' dinner guests Sunday Mr. and
in 41 blossoms, and carrying an arm bor.Cpl. children of Waldo spent the father. Cliff Hazen recently Mrs. James Norman and son I

F bouquet of white rose and valley Coy Mitchell of Blanding weekend with relatives In this Miss Evelyn Crews Is visiting Jimmie, of Jacksonville, Mr. and
'. llllles the bride was never so spent the week-end with Mr. and section.Mr. her sister, Mrs. R. H. McNeil, In Mrs. Earnle Norman and family

lovely as on her wedding day. Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. and Mrs A. F. Hall and Jacksonville.Mrs. : Mr. Maude Proctor and daughter
.s.,1, I Her sister, Mine Mary Joyce Invitation are being receivedto children of Jacksonville' were : Harry Sapp and baby of' Juanita and :Miss Rosa Mae
Bouvier, her maid of honor, was the graduation of Miss Jacqualln visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- Jacksonville are visiting Mrs. Norman of St. Petersburg. The
;' lovely in yellow starched mousaeq Woodward a bright and man Sunday.We Nora Sapp. dinner was given In honor of

h loin de sole with a hair arrangement lovely student daughter of Mr. are sorry to report MI'II. Mrs. Pledger Gainey of Washington James Norman who left Mondayfor
:;' of yellow veiling and flower and Mrs. J. W. Woodward, at L. L. Conner on the lick list this ,'' D. C., is visiting her parents induction into the Army at

yl )1} to match her bouquet of garden the school. for the blind In St. week. We wish her a speedy re- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin. Camp Blanding. J>e& BREAK
flowers in shades of yellow Augustine. covery.Mr Mrs. E, C. Long and daughter, Mlsa. Rosa Mae Norman of St. BOTTLENECKS
Janel brown. Gerald Bouvier, Mrs. J. A. Bouvier has returned and Mrs. H. M. :McRae and Betty; 'were 'In Gainesville' Saturday Petersburg. left' Sunday for Plant
.: brother of the bride was Mr. from a five week visit. In Miami. Mrs. J. W. McRae and little son on business. City to visit. her sister, Mrs. Klv-
,.1 Rusk's best man and u .hers Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Malone I lee
were of Pine Level were visiting Mr. Dr. O. B. Hazen and sons Duval Drlggers.
J, George Yeager, Henry Sanborn, have returned from a weeks' visit und Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday.Mr. and Macon. of West Palm Beach A miscellaneous: shower was
.f and James Lee Following a reception In Madison. and Mrs. L O. Norman were visiting relatives for a few 'given for Mrs. Thurman Jones on
.2 at the home of the bride'sparent Mrs. T. T. Flllyaw and Mrs. thej pest of the powder room-she
; and little daughter were In Rai- day recently.Mrs. April 9th at 8:30: o'clock at the
'.. *, the happy couple left for, M. D. Yonge visited Mrs. Opal Cord Sunday.Mr. Mack Hall and daughter, home of Mrs. Essie Crosby. A prolongs primping. But there isn't time for

Washington, D. C., where they I Townsend In Lake Butler Sunday.Pvt. and :Mrs. A. D. Norman and Betty, were In Starke Friday. large crowd attended and Mr.. that today. Powder wins wan on the battle
;, will make their home for the i Curtis Malone of the Jacksonville children made a business trip to :Mr."and Mrs. Joe Raye Harris Jones received many nice gifts front. Fighting men end war workers) matt

,; present, both being connected Naval Base Mr*. Malone the State Farm Saturday after and children of LaCrosse were and everybody reported a nice be on time. Buses hare been slowed down
with the War Production Board. of Lake Butler and Mrs. I. L. noon. visiting relatives here Sunday. I time- ,
? to tires that
save mean time must not be
Paschal of
t Mr*. Rusk was for two session City were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazenof
_ : a pupil of B. H. S. and I* theeldest guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ira. Bradley' parents Mr. and Starke were visiting their parents Gives Mother DeedMrs. wasted at bus stops if schedules are to bemaintained.

". grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. R. Malone. Mrs. J. W. Hundley.! Saturday.The .

'. J. A. Bouvier of the State Farm. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hershfleld Buddy Davis son of Mr. and many friends. of Mrs. Law. Julia Tison Smith (formerly
have returned from Augusta Oa., Mm.' W. N. North will be In. horn will regret to hear that she Miss Julia Tison) ha. UNION BUS DEPOT
\ Gainesville Or. and Mrs. L. M. Bristol of where they went to attend the ducted Into the Army Air CorpsThursday is 111 at her home here. deeded her share in the home at ,, Lac-y Conway, A/t./ y owre fM

spent the week-end wedding of their daughter Miss at Camp Blanding. Mrs. Padgett who has been BIt West Madison to her mother, ;,,, Temple Ave. ar chili.Stark. .
: with their son L. R. Bristol. Dr. Ruth Hershfleld.
Mrs. J. L. William. Min Betty
I visiting her daughter, Mrs. James MI'II. Laura Tison the deed being
Bristol comes periodically: to Instruct Mrs. Reese ", I+1a. ab 1
J I Bradley and baby McRae. Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Bou- Cason! for several weeks returnedto recorded March 29. They built 'j oNr
a das at the Institution. [ son have returned to Jacksonvilleafter vier'visited friend and shoppedin
'' her'home in Gainesville. Wed. and paid for the home together Agf
} Mrs. Nebo O. Beavers of Te7r spending a week here with Jacksonville Tuesday.
nesday. moving into it Nov. 7. 1940. Miss
r Mrs."Hershel Layfield and lit Tiaon was head nurse for seven I LORI DA MOTORllNES

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2 To Cut Down Several Cabins New RiverA Classes To Start For CommitteeOn The!! City Barber Shop boasts We take this oppol't

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it On Service Sam Ronenberg recently pur- dlBustrouH fire broke out in Next Week Child CareMrs. I dumb literally. but figuratively all thoseenough frl"nds who rra

chasnd Luclnti M. New River section Tuesday! April speaking .'he. Is not BO dumb"! to render "'!I't
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(' Unlucky lx the working man I Classes In Motor Corps sponsored L. A. Davis chairman "b-,
r 13, presumably from a spark from. He In, courteous and can under fighting the d11l1lH1, ,
and Clark .a tract of land 200 feet I by the Bradford County Home and Community Service for OUi
whose wife refuses to get up our GIt
1 a paustlng/ train engine causing stand just what the customer' property w, '
; 1 fix breakfast for him these: day deep, extending 400 feet along considerable damage to property.Mr. Chapter of the American Red the Bradford County Civilian; Defense want and the way he wants it those who helped 3ave Hpo.r.laIJ. ,
I Cross will night Council announces the appointment -
V Faced with two great problems the north side: of Road 261 about I. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby lost April 26th. begin'Mm. Dorothy Monday Fraserof i of Mrs. Junlus M. done-and lie a good barber. He from burning end. 't'yl our r''

1 -shortage of food and shortage two miles east of Starke. The one 4-room house and had another of Child Care is Homer T. Drew who was born toe hl.1 fire flgbcwIJ
In acting aa Smith as Chairman
': ot help-many local restaurant purchase price was $900. He then seriously da m a g e d, while Mrs. Keystone Heights and Committee. In' effort to replace In Newton. Ala., but baa been men(. IIQd 'to
with Miss Sara Reed an
::4: have quit serving breakfast altogether paid about $300 for nine sections Crosby's father and mother Mr. 1 Mrs. Beside. Burnsas adjutants. our nursery school which living for several ;years at Eustla. I Mr. and Mrs. O. E-

: ; / and almoBt all have cut of a large warehouse purchased and Mrs.! J. L. Johns had a under WPA funds Mr. Drew Is not only a barber Mr. and 1\rs\( J.
Mrs. Fraser has had wide experience was operating J..
l ,/ down on the hours that they are trom the Holland ConstructionCo. smoke house destroyed and a but has also done carpentering
Committee is
the Child Care
in this work having served '
to the public. i ., which had residence damaged.In mechanical work and IN'
: open completed a contract painting CIRC'tIT: (01
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with Motor Corps In France in working with Dr. E. kr "II,
\ Franks Fine Food formerly I I at Camp Blandlng. and pro addition from 100 to 125 the first World War. She has ton Superintendent of Public In- has worked In a bakery. But one rOlr"T'FLIlIJJ.. ), II

.' opened In time enough to start I ceeded to build houses and cabinson acres of timber land belonging/ to volunteered! to h e I D Bradford structlon. and with Mrs. J. E. of his most outstanding ac om- (('arolyn Wa I s h. I'lalnt'

a large number of people outright the property.He those two families and Mr. and county get underway with this Wilson of the Welfare Board. pltuhments in this war age Is N.'harlal"h... 244i.I L"'C.nd"nl, '\.

l for the day with a good hot has one log house containing Mrs. W D. Lazenby were badly important branch, of Women's Through Federal funds providedby flying a plane. He haLt "logged" I ORDER OF
and of coffee. three 8 1-2 hours and was ready to solo AND NOTICE Ptnut,4.b!
: meal a cup Now 2rooOapartments and damaged.Mr. Volunteer' Services.: the Lanham Act and administered I AI' K4J

,,:A however. a sign In the restaurant one 2-room house that have been and Mrs. Crosby are not Torode Chevrolet has. by the local school board. It, but soloing required that a person I Walsh STATE who"e OF F'LOIUlI 1egI1cago ) 10': CIo.:

reads: "Due to scarcity of help completed more than two months. living at their home at present, offered Its Company facilities will be possible to establish nureery hear well and be able to I (, Ililnol,. And' "hh"old,,,:
we at 8 A. M. and close at But during the lout three building and speak English neither of which I address I I.. U. 14. H, '
4 open I I weekshe i and Mr. and Mrs. Johns were also for classes. will be 'heldeach schools for children of workIng I of Fleet' l'Otof(1c0, W'oml...
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9 P.,, M." The Park opens at ,, has put together seven small 1 away from home at the time mothers In Bradford County. he could do. He did his work at I York: 1'ul,
7:30 A. M. and closes at 11 P. M. cabins. These Monday and Thursday nights the Aviation School at the Eustla I You are
c : are all celled and : leaving the 76-year-old mother from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. The Thirty-four counties in Florida are I May 2nd., 194a required 10 aP.....
k with. a "closed" period 2 to 5i furnished and six of them have Mrs. V. E. Sapp alone. The course Is five weeks long; and now In the process of meeting airport.He I Court and "au.In. 'hornln Iho aho'.11
\ : k M. been rented. They average 10x12 neighbors were good to come in steady attendance is urged since current needs for child care by; spent two ;years In the Mute roHtored.kii divorce Bradford nod 1 :cZSml Plou fj

:, Condon's Grill formerly opened and 11x14 In size. and fight the fire several! of them if more than two classes are making application for funds as : School at :TiUladega Ala., and 10 graph shall' publish thi, T'

t at 6 A. M.\. Now they are open It la: Mr. Rosenberg's purposeto being more or leas injured in the mUsed they cannot be made up. provided under the Lanham Act. : years in the School for the Deaf I IVltn"n..xt. tour".. tny w"ekly hnnrt IMUH.

J from 8 A. M. to 11 P. M. Help build. a washroom and showers process, and Tyler Jones'' with the This, Is made necessary by the Requests for these funds are baa- and Dumb at St. Augustine. He seal at 8tark, Florida and, thl4A |otr,

S Is the stumbling block. Mr. Con and also a small grocery Container Corporation 0 f Fer- fact that Earl Goodman of the ed on the number of children: Is 32 ;years of ape. 20th, 1V43.

,:; ,,1 ; don said. All agree that "no- store of concrete blocks for the. nandlna with hand-fighting equip- Chevrolet Company Al Barnes, working mothers who will need ; I Clerk rtx.iht A.( J. n.-

,Sj 4 f body wants to work early or late." convenience of hla tenants. He ment assisted g rea tl y In extinguishing Ford Oarage'and.L.; L. Libby of care, and a survey to determine Rotary Easter ProgramS I 1 f(,F1.'IcIt'a14:. it.c.,.

I r : Jim Forest at the Guidon however gets $1:' per month for the one- the blaze. Temple Garage'Jwili" act as instructors this need was recently made by Attya. for'* I'lt.1Cflght $tork., p.

S Bal.... "There la no> demand room and $11.50 for the 2-room for these classes and as I the educatlonal.co.ai.mlttee'' of the S 'Easter season was, 'ob .- 42l'I ,

tor breakfast." Then he pro apartments. He has built a 36- Passes Stiff Tests highly 'skilled mechanics they .. Woman's Club. -The required served at the Rotary Club .Wednesday .'I NOTln: 0)" P

1t1H ceeded to explain' that In .the Inch concrete walk around theca are needed at all hours. Also number of two groups of 30 children when' Chaplain-Thomas C. TAX iEEU; TIO'

Blanding construction days the blJtS. Cooler Ferryman has been accepted there will be a staff of motor experts each has been received! and Holland of Camp handing was I J Mrnate Kill 1\0. 10)l

? laboring men wanted and got Mr. Rosenberg also paid about for the Air Force and will from Camp Blanding who aa soon as Mrs. Smith can or.ganlze present as guest speaker and gave> I ThAt NOTICI Fred 1 14 ..raiTs: : *!

\ & breakfast at the Guidon, but the $300 for the salvage from the soon be given a year's free college have volun tee red to Instruct. her committees the requestfor an interesting discussion of the i Certificate No. 275, I 1"04'' | lb.g J
soldiers want the later meals. training In designated and of the., day of September A. I). lIlt 1i
American Theatre which-: burnedat ,some i. They are Sgt. John Balsle 897 Lanham funds will be sent history significance filed name In my ocr).,* .04
_ school. While on his way to In by the School Board. day. I made application
\. Mr. Forest closes one day each Boomtown some months ago Ordnance' Company Corp Dietrich to b.. Issued thereon. a t"i J i',

- week-Mondays-on ace ount of and baa' enough concrete and enter the Emory Junior, Collegeat 375 M. P., Sgt. W. W. Through the State Department Describing the resurrection as''I| lloate embracFM the folln Said..,iB,,(tr

) the shortage of meat. "The soldiers rock .'to build 100 cabins," he Oxford Ga.. 'recently. he stop- Pringle and Pvt. Bond of the of Education all assistance neces- the "moat Important event In the I I ,'eriho.i l property In the Com,'
k. and otherS 1 1me.ta said. He la >ed' over In Atlanta and took the 1 of "riratstf: <> NoikK want
s tea : negotiating a loan 30th Division and Wm. Mann sary s being given Bradford history mankind Chaplain of !lW
," he said, and he ( Closes and if he can secure the money necessary examinations for 17- civilian mechanic.All County In this forward stride in Holland urged his listeners to Ry.. 8..p. it, Twp. /6 H, n. nil

;_ one day each week so as to he plan to build about 20 more year-old boys who make application civilians whoare, interestedin education. Federal Funds ad- sirens the real significance of the containing The assessment 8 Acres of, more th,. mil or, j In I

:, supply the demand for meat when I cabins within a short time for entrance. this most Instructive work areurged ministered by your local school day rather than the feasting and I erty under the acid jerliflni".
he la open. The 'Guidon I Is' Out of the 3O-4O boys who took I cued wan In thu name of r
S open to call Red Cross Headquarters board assisted by the local Wel- ashlon parade side of the ob FlHher. I

.5 fmzn11A..M.oI1P.M.' The A & A: Is open from 11 A. M. the examination, only 12 passed in the Armory. phone fare board and Health clinic and servance. I I unless sold certlfk-ti ,hiU J Jredeemed

Jerry la open"at '7:3O: and "I to 9 A. :M., being closed only the mental tests and 6 the physi 35. and,,enroll. used to build a future 'generation deHcrlbed' according tc law I tl
property therein will!
cal. Comer pasxed! and was
_ _. have no many for breakfast I can about two hours out of the 24, and at the same time to release Two Bank HolidaysThe old to the hlKhcxt 1ldd-r.l 1 1rourthouMu
of the six of the who
hardly take care of them," he said and one group numbers of women' to take door cm thv, first, >HI>
? consequently serves breakfast. Home NursingCIaisStaii4Mon.
I In 'I
were accepted. He expects to be day tile month I if June |I''
their place on the home front Florida Bank at Starke will which IK thn 7th day nf Jun., 111

-a---i NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT called for his schooling about while their men are fighting is not be open for business today 1943.Dated this 20th cUy of 4;!
July Indeed a worth while project and Good Friday or on Monday. Confederate -I TANGIBLE PERSONAL. PROPERTY Sponsored bY''" 'the. local Red &:('s. Smith asks that all who are Memorial Day both legal Clerk of 'Mroiiit Oourt, if llmd'l

,. 'f TAXESA. Men InductedA Crows Chapter '!classes In ''home Interested get In touch with her' holidays in the State of Florida. I County Florida. 4-!!
nursing will begin Monday morning as soon as possible to assist In S .

provided, l I.j t C'"l1.h'r| ( :20783! Acts of mil. notice I III hereby Riven dozen Bradford Countlanswere 9:30 to II o'clock at the Bradford the organization necessary tp pro- !MOTIONDIlADFOItU COUNTY: FLORIDA.,
that laninl.l porKonal property taxen a...eimed for 1943 are now dolin- inducted into the Army at County Health Clinic. :Mrs. mote this program. April Slut. 1943 COME OUT OF
-S fluent aol l h e rlnnln, with April l IHt uch ti K -H. are drnwlntr IntereHt or Camp Blanding Monday given a Virginia .Hell, Red Cores nurse NOTICK IH HKUKHY, (lIVEN
1 % month the
pur I.IUH proportionate coat of publlnhlnw thin notice. hat
purnuant to Suction I 1ot
I- ______ UnleBB the amount wet oppoHlte ah name below are paid. before th, 7-day furlough in order to return will instruct. t'r 1H21W! Lawn of Flnrldn. Art of THE KITCHEN
j flmt' ilay or May. wnrratitu will ,Ixntm thervon To Receive Bids
directing levy upon and';, homo and straighten up their affairs There has long been a needIn H37.. known an the MUIU'HV ACT.
Hvlxure nf the
tangible parHonal of the
property taxpayer for unpaidpenaltleM the
following! ) land In
t."H, and additional CUMIN. Ttia natnuH of delinquent, perMonal and on Tuesday April 27, Bradford County for Home For Mail Messenger IrndforU County )"Florida will l>e
property laipayorn" and the amount of taxi.... Including the cost ofadvert.lnll will don the uniform of their Nursing Instruction. With the : fferecl for mile at public, outrry
and the flmt month' penalty are an follow: for the highest and bunt cash hId.
Country. They were: William H. present shortage of doctors andnUrBf' Postmaster Fred( 'F. Stump will uhject to the of
Alvare. A. H. .... .._ ___ __ rIght the TriiH-
S S S $1 1.19 Holly, F. W. _- 4.Harrluon Andrews. Charles B. Clark Harold t... .. ot the Internal
Alvari L. onAutomatic _________._ 9.54 In man ... .? ____.. 64.77 this course Is vitally nec- receive bids for the position of 'und to rejoct LilY and Improvement all bide lit
Novelty 4o-----_ ll.UOS.IK Kerney. U. U 1.Kalcb. C. Glasgow Eugene M. Long essary. Mrs.\ Inez Davis Is chair mall messenger up until 6 P. M. the irourthnuMe! birtnnlnfr at 10:0(1: (
___ Anderson A.v.. _n __. ___.u U It.. Clara & Ada 17.Kalch. Milton Mills. Otis E. Sloan Char- 27 I o'clock A. M. on the 22nd., day of
____ Adklnion. _________ Hryan. A. J.: --__--:.:::::==:: S Z.OH: lrf enby, W. B. __-:_ --_. ?_-. :.71 lea K. Burton, Keith H. Elliott.Adolpntts and those who' desire further Information Wednesday. The duties of the right!If..v.oU.! of way 1943.200 Easement feet wIle for will road bo
'1 _ Ilurrell. Tom _..____________ 8.3d Military Inn ___-...._..?. 47,71 G. Hart. :Merrill G. Mc- reserved from
_______ S may contact her or recipient will be to haul mall to any parcel throughwhich
t Mrooker Turpentine Co., Inc. 19.19 MelvIn C. C. -,-__._*....?. '.119 there Is
L( OrWM, Fonnle ___________ 8.10 Paukham. W. W. _-_... .... .... Millan. Harman P. Morgan and phone 35. Red Cross Headquarters and from the depot meeting all Uoad.E". an existingState
.I fri ___,_____ ,
> by. C. A. 2.18 Keddlxh W. M. 'fT-.n.nj 1.11 Leslie
('roe by. A. I.. ______-.._.__ ass Mun Oil Co. --.___--..._._- 1.f. 0 A. Thomas. in the Armory. mall trains during the day. The of K"4 of SEW of 8J3W.; \ Sec. Enjoy The Day)
L' Darley, 1tT.i.t.T. 4.17 Burrency, J. II. _-?..-.. .' More and more we are comingto bidder must furnish his own car :26. Twp 6 H. UK. 22 E. 8 Acres.
_ Oreen. FloydUrnen 3.94 Walnwrl '1'. U :a. Agin Sells Farm realize that'natlonal health is or truck. Interested persons are of fii-4., \ sue.: 26, Twp. a d.- ltg. *3
_ _ ,_________ A. K Jr.-;---:::::::.::::.::. 5.51: Wllllaiiia, Joe .--.__ 6..j. .g: up to us. In our"homes. Doctors asked to contact Mr. Stump at I a:., 2 Acr''H.TUU8TKE8.:: OF niTF.RNAL IMPHOVKMRNT I Your Baking

A. KNIOHT, W. M. Agin Seaboard Engineer and nurses must be, depended upon once. ,, : KITNI) OF TUB
1: Tax Collecor, Itradford County. on of W. W. Agin of Starke. recently for the Important work of car- In conectlon with the position STATE;: OF FLORIDA.By -
.. A. J. Thomas Agent Trustees
Hlate of Florida.SEA .
sold 30-acro farm about
f a rying on the research and of car- though not coming within the I. I. Fund Itradford C UDty. It
three miles northeast of Starke.It Ing for serious illness. But home. DELICIOUSCAKES
_ bid the person who Is awardedthe
of the old "Hum-
was a part makers properly trained. can
go contract Is also the one usual
FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS phrey farm." Two years ago Mr. a long way toward making the ly chosen to deliver special delivery PIES

j4 Agin sold half ((30 acres) of it. Job of the doctor and the nurse letters and is paid for this SPEED COOKIESDOUGHNUTS
STEAKS CHOPS and under date of 12 sold vUKt
April rf
easier! by. taking proper measures service In addition Mr. Stump
the balance to Mr. and Mrs. in their homes to promote health said. He also stated that the one "f RELIEF FOR AC/P'

SANDWICHES Everett Blume. and to prevent disease. receiving the contract would not
Starke is Mr Agln's old home. \INl>/GESTONREX50 PASTRIES I
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES Dozens of women and girls and be hampered for lack of gas or \
He now lives In Baldwin, and many boys are learning to guard tires for these may be had by

-=ss=_trrr-sfl sa5t r5r his present run Is from Tampa to their Individual health and to the one who Is selected for the
St. Petersburg. provide a healthful home environ : work.

A &;A. .LUNCHEONETTE; S ment for their own famllie.v.They: The poa toff Ice department re. :Iy SABINE'SBAKERY
Recent BirthsMr. the _
are being taught right thingto Jocted all bids'opened. .March _

___ In Park Theatre Bldg. ____ ____ Starke. Florida do in case of sudden or pro- :n.'. '
and Mrs. Lonza Norman longed Illness; also how a patient

Starke. April 13. boy; may be made as comfortable in '
Carpenter's Store
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Heraey, his own home as In the hospital Soft Ball LeagueA Drug

CLASSIFIED ADS Theressa, April 1'. boy; room that is tee<1td for more- series of games of soft boll
Mr. and Mrs. Ocle Williams
critical 'cases '
: ji sponsored Jointly by the four

;_ __ L WANTED ,WANTED April 21, Starke girl., this Let knowledge even on. person and-thw in ten general have USOs Frank In B.Btarke SmIth and Director managed of the by Hint ./ ***//.*? 4ft*< fA!' .

IJ Uoc ua apartment, IMMIMM or High School Girls Household Goods StolenBill level' of health conditions In the NCCS and Paul Tubb. associate-

1 homes for rent. located. within tO To Work Part Time whole community,-..and. thus the Director of the YMCA began SPECIAL BEMONSTRATIOI

St mH4w of Starka' '"KwalngH' and Werfc-EndM. Neal telephoned Police whole country--l: : raised.' ''What Monday night at the BHS field.

110 East Call Street' Good oportunlty for young Chief A. .L. Alvarez Wednesdaythat Is more to the point in this critical Ten teams will participate in HIGH .IDILIY" AIM
hIs at Lake MIAIINO
W. T. CLUTE, Realtor ladlnt to learn sellingVICTOBV cottage Crystal war times, a reserve of homemakers these games all composed of t -
had been burglarized recently
trained in Red Cross
MILITARY SUI'I'LYOpening service men. Mr. Smith said anda
I ( FOR SALE-1937 Chevrolet pickup everything In the house being Nursing releases doctors and professional game will be played

I truck In good condition. stolen household goods and all. nurses for service with from Monday every night MAONOLU, AUtfX Hurlsf AUiMis4lM
He lit offering a $25 reward for through Friday at n oTEL .stty" .*.<. *
good tJre .,reasonable price. S. For Two Men the armed forces. Civilian population 6:30: o'clock at the April 23Hours
High School Fr day. ..-.tir*<''f"leMl
Information leading to the recovery tlMMS.
I B. McGlewr. Klngmley Lake Village. With Sales Ability will be protected: while 9 am to T pm Met ...- .;*

Route 2. Box 289. SUrke. of the stolen property. soldiers and sailors are being field.Prizes or trophies will b e ,,.*,..*. f'*''' "'*'

4-9-4tp Also One Office Girl cared for properly If the home- awarded the first and second win- C... aaJ _Ides .. .I.. ktsrisf. ,..,.. UfM. '" l *.'
Well Baby ClinicThe makers in and do their AURR .<.*
pitch ners. Individual we tbte te
prizes will C A.ttl.5
share toward keeping their own be awarded. eates fe.r kseelMStltew .
Modern 5-roorn house BOTTLING CO. Clay-Bradford Health Unit The contests will <. rtlM< Is Ibe ..."*. ",-
homes free from infection and run for nine weeks 45 a e.it ef."..- .!'
furalithed In cooperation with Mrs. Virginia or nights. ,*... .. ;
disease. ..., Ive.la, WALLACE O. |
Must be In"StarkePemtaneflt Bell. Red Cross nurse will hold a
Tenant WANTED -. colored men for well baby clinic". at the Lake The Red Cross for many ;years Mule In Pound c.t er ..11-, -_ii: Hearing HpeciaUM
kitchen has, been sponsoring First as co.
help >15 week. Also Jacksonville
per AuRex
Box !C8, Starke View Cafe near Camp Blandingon wella _
classes,. as Nursing ,
colored women for dlsh- Road 48. Thursday morning Police Chief A. L. Alvare*. an- 607 Fta. Theatre Bldg.Jackisojnviltt'
'and has often been asked
KOK RUNT! -Furnished house at washers, $10 per week. Apply AprU 29. from 9 to 11:30: o'clock. classes nounced Wednesday that he had Florida' \
Lawtey vacant May 1; gas for Guidon Orill. 4-19-2t what the difference between the an old "brown frosty colored
__________ I Instruction at the clinic Is freeto two coures 'It. What to do while
cooking hot and cold running: S mule about 30 years old in the
water Peele'a Grocery. Box 93 ,iO:: W, WANTED (Male) I I the publlcRenowned: waiting for the doctor to come pound for 10 or 12 days which he

4-10 fflgh ::school students to work as Is' First Aid. What Lawtey. 2tp advertise and sell
,T: clerks serving the armed forces Jeweler doctor has gone or to' keep If the owner did not come pretty From where I sit.

I daring the summer months. him from corning all Is Home .
FOR RENT-furnished apartmenf .1. H. Courtmanch Jeweler may "- soon and pay his costs and take
2 1-2 miles southeast 3tftrkft, b. 'Poaltlonj are open for persons well be proud of his reputation! Nursing. him out. -

on Road 28. Lights, bath, hot 17 year or older who can meet He received a watch a few days

and cold water furnished. Stanley'a the qualifications. Buy More Acreage
ago from Sgt.. Edwards. sent In 4, Joe Marsh
*" ltp Excellent salary and good hours.
from Pearl Harbor. Hawaii for Futch and
Living accommodations on the :Mr.: and Mrs. ,C. A.
repairs! It took a month to get their son. Lt. Merrill C. Futch
WANTED (Female) post. Apply at the Camp Blan-
the but he had It repairedand
who is now on one of the world'sfarflung
office. ,4-23 3t
school students to work as ding Exchange
High : on 1U ,way back In a jiffy! battle fields already Grandma Hoskina knowa InMayflower's ItJ
the armed forces a lot written
clerks serving -Just aa It was
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL, owned. considerable property about about history but when
during the summer months. we log.
milk cows. stock cows beef three miles out on the old Theresa asked her where the
Positions are open' for persona first brew. throH
cattle stock bulls or hogs get rottd southeast of town; but Dr. Max Shane ery waa built in And It seems that all er.
17 older who can meet America B
or she
_ years in touch with .1. D. Odom. Jr., Aid to Enemy they recently took advantage of wouldn't take aides. our early American history *!
the qualIficationS.Excellent
Box 247 Starke;. Box 204 Lake the opportunity :to add to this Optometrist ." sort of tempered the har1
salary and good "Any American who wilfully .Yo" see tt'nant '
City; Telephone 481 Lake City. acreage. Grandma and helped to make us
hours. Apply at the Camp Blan neglects to pay his taxes on "wherever the
Auction market every_ Thursday Under date' '''of April 12. the colonists settled moderate people. I
office. 4-23 3t tIm. to Invest cent he ,
ding Exchange : or every one of
on all classes Of live stockat can in War Bonds is surety; giving Clerk! of the Circuit Court recorded If your *yei bother yon I.t thought the first tola)5) they Prom where I .U. bet ." JI

:: LOST-3 keys on chainI.door Lake City at 2:30 P. M. aid and comfort to thenemy a deed from Mr. and Mrs. 'm. examine them and fit you about was food and beer American drink of "|oJe tfGI l landfriendllnw

have to J. W. Andrews,.Jr.. Mrs. Thelma with glasses if need la fact, OM **, .. ,,'
_ key. 2 smaller.-Finder please SALESGIRLS WANTED ...We a Job you di ffl. Pilgrims why the >s-lnaof I |
return to Mrs. J. H. Lord. 319 I STEADY WORK ''dOl and we-are" all 'called for Andrews and, Attorney T. Frank 30 yean experience..Holidays: Rock landed .1' PIJ'oatJi'' bol 0'-081' personal Ubertf-

:W.. Madison St.- Itp ,, GOOD PAY ac"lee.to cur country. Our Landrum. as guardian of the per- and Sundays by appointment w.. becaww the Mayflow.

VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLY: dollars are called to service son and estate of William A. Andrews .r WU hDDla' .b of beu-' ." -
: FOR SALE! -On 7.15: cook stove too. Let us all ask curselvet.Shalt a minor to Mrs. Verdle S. B-4S7* Well that WG.t /11

pipe and mat. Ono' Red Hot ARMY OFFICER and wife want we be more tender wife Futch and JOB SL t"'Pk. This 401 Temple Theatre Buildmr'' us,but Grandma showed a new one on 9e .11'CA.tJl.
house. ear dollars Utam wttt the live transaction involved 40 acres ad- It to us
______ beater Complete $20. Used one furnished apartment or Corner nfaM and Monroe
t mo. L. E. Burney. Rt.: < 2".Box Occupancy May 1. Reply Box of ear seas? Secretary' joining other acreage already -

: 0'. Lawtey. Fla. 1| .43.1.)(,.2tarke.. 4-23 2tp Morgenthau. owned by the grantees. JftCKSONVIlU FURIDAl No. S8 0/0 Seriq rPAG5 *****I

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g Cafes ForcedTo Rosenberg Builds Fire DamageAt Motor Corps Chainnan Named Not So DumbThe I CARD OF TILtra$

Cut Down I Several Cabins New RiverA Classes To Start For CommitteeOn City Barber Shop boasts)I We take this op pol't

a new barber who la deaf and express our sincere

_ fr g On Service I Sam Rosenberg' recently pur- disastrous fire broke out in Next Week Child Care dumb. literally, but figuratively I all those friends Who Cl'allqj,

New River section Tuesday! April "speaking' "he Is not BO dumb"! enough to rendi "'!t't'
cha-i'd from Mrs. Luclna M.
.' Unlucky If) the working man I 13. presumably from a spark froma Classes in Motor Corps sponsored Mm. L. A. Davis, chairman of He Lt courteous and can understand I fighting the dl8Um, e8tl%1
Clark a tract of land 200 feet the Bradford County Home and Community Service for I OUI !
whose!: wife refuses to get up and panstlng train engine. causing Just 'what the customer our property vv. lit

fix breakfast for him these days. deep. extending 400 feet along considerable damage to property.Mr. Chapter of the American Red the Bradford County Civilian Defense wants and the way he wants it I I those who helpua -Bw HIV,.I&I1,

I Faced with two great problems I the north ttJd! ] of Road 261 about and Mrs. O. E. Crosby lost Cross will begin Monday night Council announces the appoIntment M.- done-and Is a good barber. He I from burning, m<1 our--.,.
of Mrs. Junlus Tyler'
April 26th. Mrs. Porothy Fraserof
shortage of food and shortage two miles east of Starke. The one 6-room house and had another Chairman of Child Care III Homer T. Drew, who was born I for hU fire flgutu.. .

jI of help-many local restaurants purchaxe price was $900. He then seriously da m d. g e d, while Mrs. Keystone with Height'Ml.-w 'Sara is. acting Reed and as Smith Committee.as In an 'effort to replace in Newton, Ala., but has been mont. 11II4 It..

( have quit serving breakfast altogether paid about $300 for nine sectionsof Crosby's father and mother, Mr. Captain school which living for several years at Eustls. I Mr. and Mrs 0 t.
Mrs. Bessie Burns adjutants. our nursery
Mt) and almoxt all have cut a large warehouse purchased and Mr. J. L. Johns, had a as WPA funds Mr. Drew is not only a barber, 2-Tr and Mrs! J.
under ,
Mrs. Fraser has had wide experience was operating j. Jti.
: down on the hours that they are trom the Holland Construction smoke house destroyed and a the Child Care Committee is but has also done carpentering
in this work having serv- I
to the public. Co.. which had residence damaged.In mechanical work and IN CIRfl'IT: '
J, Iwl open completed a contract ed with Motor Corps In France in working with Dr. W. E. Middle- painting rotlsTY. (01 liT. Blllbrt

\ Frank's Fine Food formerly I I at Camp Blandlng and pro- addition from 100 to 12$ the first World War. She has ton. Superintendent of Public In- has worked in a bakery. But one ('ER 1-.' FLUltl\ I j

i opened In time enough to start ceeded to build houses and cabinson acres of timber land belonging to volunteered to help Bradford struction. and with Mrs. J. E. of his moat outstanding accomplishments (('aruly. W a lih. '!

I a large number of people outright 1 the property.He those two families and Mr. and .County get underway with this Wilson of the Welfare Board. in this war age' Is No..h.ul."ahh 2441. Llt-felldanl. ,I

: for the day with a good hot has one log house' contaIn- Mrs. W D. Lazenby were badly Important branch of Women's Through Federal funds providedby flying a plane. He has "logged" ORDER OF
meal and a cup of coffee. Now Ing three 2-room apartments and damaged.Mr. Volunteer Services I the Lanham Act and administered 81-2 hours, and was ready to solo STATE AND NOTIl'I Al'pta

however a sign in the restaurant one 2-room house that have been and Mrs. Crosby are not has by the local school board it but HOlolng required that a per- WaIh Whose OF FLOIL//IA I"lflll 10:
i I reads: "Due to scarcity of help completed more than two Torode Chevrolet Company son hear well and be able to ChIcago, Illinol,,, t..ld,..
:' months) living at their home at present offered Hs and facilitiesfor will be possible to establish nur- address ,I., and "'II....
wo open at 8 A. M., and clone at I' But during the last three weekshe and Mr. and Mrs. Johns were also classes.building will be held sery schools for children of work- speak English neither of whichhe of Jo'I""t l'OlltoCfic"U. 14. H.. New WYomi..

9 I', M." The. Park opens at;, has put together seven small away from home at the time, They Ing mothers in'Bradford County. could do. He did his work at York: rur"

,, 7:30: A. M. and closes at 11 P. M., cabins. These are all celled and leaving the 76-year-old mother, each Monday and Thursday nights Thirty-four counties. in Florida are the Aviation School at the Eustls I You are. ronulrKi. 10
May 23nd..
from 7:30: to 9:30: o'clock.The 194J I tn .
;iektLL with a "clo.ed" period 2 to 5 I furnished and six of them have Mrs. V. K. Sapp. alone. The weeks and I now in the process of meeting airport.He I'Court and caiiHe. wh..ln th aho....
course is five long ,,_
I 1 M., been rented. They average- 10x12: I neighbors were good to come In steady attendance is urged since : current needs for child care by spent' two :years in the Mute re-torrd. kit dIvorce IIrnd ford.and :Maid.Piotr..
and 11x14 In size. the several of them School at Talladega.; Ala., and 10 graph ('ounl] I
) Condon' Grill formerly opened and fight fire If more than two classes are making application for funds as shall' publl.II thi.

)'r at 6 A. M. Now they are open It la Mr. Ro enberg'8 purposeto being more or less Injured in the : missed they cannot be made up. provided under the Lanham Act. years in the School for, the Deaf( next\\'Itne.four." my Weekly hand. j......

c from 8 A M. to 11 P. M. Help build. a washroom and show- process and Tyler Jones' with the I This is made necessary by the Requests for these funds are baa and Dumb at St. Augustine. He seal at Htlt.rk.., lorfda and, Ihll tit,

Is the stumbling block. Mr. Con- era, and also a small grocery Container Corporation of Fer- fact that Earl Goodman of the ed on the number of children' of .is 32 years of age. 20th. 1943.

f don said. All agree) that 'no- store of concrete blocks) for the nandlno with band-fighting equip- Chevrolet Company Al Barnes working mothers who will need i A. Clerk .A.t "J."liI4

\ body wants to work early or late." convenience of hla tenants. 'He ment assisted g r e a tl y in extinguishing Ford Garage*'and .L. L. Libby of care, and a survey to determine Rotary Easter ProgramThe I Knlllht &: Knight((:W.'ll'I8) c.!,,

Jim Forest at the Guidon how gets sis per month for the one- the blaze.' Temple Garage will act as Instructors this need was recently made by Attys. for I'U. litnrk.41.j p f"f"Mmatr
i8q ja ever, suld. "There Is no demand room and {17.SO for the 2-room for these classes and an the educational committee of the 'Easter season was observed -, (
c tor breakfast.. Then he pro- apartments. He has built. a 36- Passes Stiff Tests highly skilled mechanics they Woman's Club. .Th required' at the Rotary Club Wed-I NOTICE 0. A PI''''" ITlo.

,, ceeded to explain that in the inch concrete walk around theca are needed at? all hours. Also number of two groups of 30 children nenday when' Chaplain-Thomas C. TAX: iI->> :.:0 p

1I Blanding construction days the b 1Jfs. Cooler Perryman has been accepted there will be a staff of motor experts :- each has been received and Holland of Camp Blanding was NOTirra< IS Hill %o, let( (

laboring men wanted and got Mr. Rosenberg also paid about for the Air Force and will from Camp BlandIng who as soon as Mrs. Smith can or- present as guest speaker and gave That Fri-d .Smith HEKKI1Y hoi: 2"!

.v' L breakfast at the Guidon but the $300, for the salvage from the soon be given a year's free college -I have volun tee red to instruct. ganize her committees the requestfor an interesting discussion of the clay Pertlflcate of No. 273 h.i.u-Sth.1

4 soldiers want the later meals. American Theatre which- burnedat training In ,some designated They are Sgt. John Balsle 897 Lanham funds will be sent history", and significance of the filed name Septemt In my A'(fice 1 D i 1111....

Mr. Forest closes one day each Boomtown some months ago school. While on his way to Ordnance, Company, Corp Dietrich In by the School Board. day. I II ,I to made ho application IvHued thereon for, .a 8nl4floate t at

week-Mondays-on a c count of and has, enough concrete and enter the Emory Junior, Collegeat 375 M. P., Sgt. W. W. Through the State Department I Describing the resurrection as I I embraces the foil.",,:-]

the shortage of meat. "The sol-, rock ."to build 100 cabins," he Oxford Ga., 'recently he stop- Pringle and Pvt. Bond of the of Education all assistance necessary the "most Important event in the Hcrlbod Ilriulford.property State of In the Oouuil, ,
________ __ diera want steaks. and other I said. He la negotiating a loan, pod: over In Atlanta and took the 30th Division and Wm. Mann, Is being given Bradford history of mankind," Chaplain All NKV4 of NBt. Florida of flwiu 1!,*
- 4 _______ meats," he lIald' and hecloses! and If he can secure the money necessary examinations for 17- civilian mechanic.All County in this forward stride in Holland urged hla listeners to containing Ry., Sec. :26 8, Twp. f t4. i H A _1

one day each week so aa to: he plana to build about 2() more year-old boys who make application civilians who are interestedin education. Federal Funds, ad- Stress the real significance of the The a.lBpMHment Acremore of Ih. .mi.or., .BJ I

Il supply the demand for meat when cabins within a short time for entrance. this most Instructive work are ministered by your local school day rather than the feasting and vrty" under the mild -trtlflinVnued .

I : ____ __ he Is open. The Guidon I la' open Out of the 30-40 boys who took urged to call Red Crews Head- board. assisted by the local Welfare fashion parade side of the ob l'ieher.Unirse nun. In II,.. name" o| p [

l'' from 11 A.: M. 'to 11 P. M. the examination. only 12 passedthe in the board and Health clinic and servance. said
The A & A Is open from 11 A. M. quarters Armory, phone certlfunK 'hiUredeemed
,, in "at "I mental tests and 6 the physical. 35, and enroll. used to build a future 'generation according :.i, law,
; Jerry open 7:30.: and to 9 A. M., being closed only property dexrrlbed therdr ]
Comer panted both and was will'
have no many for breakfast I can about two hours) out of the 24, and at the same time to re- Two Bank HolidaysThe Hold to the hlKheHt; Milder M 1
I one of the six of the group who lease numbers of rourthouHt* dour on Ihl fir, Kl
hardly take cure of th. m." he Bald and consequently serves breakfast.IV were accepted. He expects to be Home .Nursing women to take day In the month ,t jun.. I J
---- ----- their place on the home front Florida Bank at Starke will which ID the 7th ilny "if Juni ill

: NOTICE'" OF UNPAID DELINQUENT called for his schooling about Class Starts.. Mon. while their men are fighting is not be open for business today. 1913.Dated thin SOIhU) iflOKFICIAI. ;
July -- indeed a worth while project and Good Friday, or on Monday Confederate ( SI.'Al.: ) A Tln-

TANGIBLE PERSONAL, PROPERTY Sponsored by the local Red li'rs. Smith asks that all who are Memorial Day, both legal Clerk: of circuit "nur'eounly Hnul 1

: I .r TAXES Men InductedA Crews Chapterclaaaes' In home interested get in touch with her holidays in the State of Florida. I' Florida 'tJ4tl|

nursing will begin Monday morn- as noon as possible to assist in .

________: An provided l by Cluiptrr: 2072:1) : Act at 1IHI. notlrn In hereby "Riven, dozen Bradford Countlans Ing 9:30: to 11 o'clock at the Bradford the organization necessary tp pro- PKADFOItn N4)T1C67 COUNTY.: KIX>niI>A. I
thi-t: tuiiKllila perimnal; property: tunen a..eeL.wd for 1942 are now dollnquunt were Inducted Into the Army at County Health Clinic. Mrs. mote this program. COME OUT OF
- k anil. rlnninir with April| .Int nuch taxvx are drawing I In term t of Camp Bland Ing; Monday, given a Virginia Bell. Red Coras nurse, NO-TICK IS: m r..my21"I4J\ :
-, 1 I'JI, per itiunth |pius| the proportionate 'o.t of publlHhln. thin notice. that puinuant to Section !II of Chapter -
'. UnlaaH tha amounta net opIoMitC I | oath. name lJel"w l are pulil. before the -day furlough In order to return will instruct 1H21I8 Laws or Florida. Arts ot THE KITCHEN
,. rivet day. of May, wiirrantM will Innue thereon directing levy uuon and homo and straighten up their affairs There has long been a need To Receive Bids 1937. known an the MUItrilV ACT,
g nel.uro uf the tHimllilx' ) perHonnl property of the taxpayer for unpaid the following deHcrlbml land In
_________t lane., penalties and adilltlonal ci>ntH. The flames of dcHiuiuent perHonal. and on Tuesday, April 27, In Bradford County for Home For Mail Messenger I lrnd, ford County Florida. will lie
M property ,tanpayern and. Ihe amount of taxon, Inrludlnv the coat: ofadverl.ln will don the uniform of their Nursing Instruction. With the offered for sale at public nutrrv
/& and the fli, l month' penalty are an followeI : for the hlffhent and bout cash hid,
I Country. They were: William H.Andrews. present shortage of doctors andnurll' POMtmaster Fred( F. Stump will kubjcot to the of the TIIIH-
-I Alvare.*, A. H. ?_ __, $1.1 lit Holly F. W. _______ 4,47 t.,.... of Internal
Charles B. Clark Harold the
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receive bids for the
I Alvare. boon _____-__'u __ .64II IIjtrrlMon. Inman _-.._ _._ ,_. 64.77 this course Is vitally nec- position of to and all bids.
___A Automatic. Novelty Co. .. _... .10 KerHey U. I.. ______ ___. _._.. 1.43 C. Glasgow Eugene M. Long, essal')'. Mrs. Inez Davis is chair- mall messenger up until 6 P. M. the rfucJ.:; : ..any bcnlnnlnfr at 10.0(1;(at(

Ander.on.Adklnnon, AV.C. I*. _.___u.. _._ 3.11* IS l Kaluh.Kaloh. U UKS ft.. Clara. /to.Ia. 17,70 7.45ct Milton Mllla, Otis E. Sloan Char- man of the Home Nursing Corps Tuesday, April 27, he announced o'clock A. M on the 22nd., day of

ct Bryan A. J.: ..-__--::-?.----- __--- .OH I.aioniy, W.: II. -- '--.:--=-:--:: :.71 let ))0;. BUrton. Keith H. Elliott, and those who' desire! further Information Wednesday. The duties of the :May A.of U.I 194.1:200 r.a feet"ement wide for will roadright he
__._______.____ __... way
Hurrnll. Tom 8.311 Military Inn _____ 47.72 Adolplros G. Hart. Merrill G. Mc- renerved from through
t _ lirooker Turpentine Co., Ino. UID M.lvln. O. C. _____________ '.&9 may contact her or. recipient will be to haul mall to which there la any parcel
b rVewH. Ponnle ______ ,.__.____ S.10 Paekham. W. W. _____-_.____ I."$ rllllan, Harman P. Morgan and phone 35 Red Cross Headquarters and from the depot, meeting all IloadKU. an existingBtata
rronby O. A. ___ __.,.____ ale Reddlnh W. M. ___..a.tw 5,11
(Pronby A. I- -_?_, ______-__ 8.39 Hun Oil Co. ..._..______..____ ltlO Leslie A. Thomas. in the Armory. mail trains during the day. The of K' >.!. of SEK of SKH. Sec, Enjoy The 1 Day
Darley. T. 'I'. ._._..__.____ 4.17 Currency. J. II. ___________ .74 More and more*we are comingto bidder must furnish his own car 26, Twp. & K, Kg- 22 B. t Acres.
IIr.& ...... lt.bt-----__________ 26.IS HtokeM, .f. l'---------..._____ 4.80- 2 A., In SCor of NK% of SEVi And Let Us Do
_ Oreen Floyd _-_____-- Walnwrlaht.. T. I... -_ ._, 3.03 Agin Sells FarmW. realize that national health l is or truck. Interested persons are of tu'.i, Hue. 25, Twp.. ft ".' Kg. x2U. ;, ,
.: Urean.: A. U ..r. -_--- -::::: If:: Wllllain... Joe --_ :-: ::..: C:3r. up to us. in our homes. Doctors asked to contact Mr. Stump at ., 2 Acren.TRUSTKK8.
.j A. KNimiT M. Agin Seaboard Engineer, and nurses must be depended up- once. FUND OF TUB
Tax; Colleror. bradford County son of W. W. Agin of Starke. recently on for the Important work of carrying STATE OF FLORIDA.
In conection with the -
position, .
Stat.. of Florida My A. J. Thomas, Agent TruateenI
sold 30-acre farm about
a on the research and of car- though not coming within the I. Fund Ilradford Couoty. It
three miles northeast of Starke.
Ing for serious Illness. But homemakers bid, the person who Is awardedthe

It was a part of the old "Hum- properly trained can goa contract Is also the one usually -
t phrey years ago long way toward making the chosen to deliver special delivery GET THE

Agin sold half ((30 acres) of it, job of the doctor and the nurse letters and is paid for this SPEED) SURE COOKIESDOUGHNUTS
STEAKS CHOPS and under date of 12 sold
April easier by taking proper measuresIn service in addition Mr. Stump % a.'

the balance to Mr. and Mrs. their homes to promote health said. He also stated that. the one RELIEF FORACIP

,;-I_ ; TEMPTING. TASTY SANDWICHES Everett Blume. and to prevent disease. receiving the contract would not I
Starke is Mr. Agin's old home INDIGESTION AND OTHER PASTRIES
Dozens of women and girls and be hampered for lack of gas or
: He now lives In Baldwin. and
many boys are learning to guard .., for these may be had by

% _ _tsr_ rrpswssrr.r its present run Is from Tampa, to their individual health and to the one who Is selected for the --

St. Petersburg. provide a healthful home environment work. -REX50

: A LUNCHEONETTEIn : for, their own families.".They, The poatoffice department reJected BISMR
Recent Births the SABINE'SBAKERY
are being taught right thingto all. bids opened, on March

I In Park Theatre Bldg. ___ ____ Starke Florida do in case of sudden or pro- 2t...
_____ Mr. and Mrs.: Lonza Norman, longed illness! ; also how a patient

Starke. April 18. boy; may be made as comfortable In '
Soft Ball LeagueA Carpenter's Drug Store
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Heraey his own home as in the hospitalroom

Thereasa, April 19\", boy; ;
CLASSIFIED ADS that I Is 'needed for more series of of
games soft ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Dele Williams, critical 'cased '
tl sponsored Jointly
by the
-I, WANTED WANTKD April 21. Starke, girl.. this Let/Knowledge even one person andthe In ten general have USOa Frank In B.Starke Smith and Director managed of the by NE4.d *f ***//.*? 411i14 tll"

Listings oa .,...uuentlt. IMNUMI or High School Olrta : Household Goods Stolen : level of health conditions In the NCCS, and Paul Tubb, associate-
I i _________ homes for rent locked within tO To Work Part Time I whole community- thus the Director of the YMCA. began SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION
Bill Neal Police
: BUM of Stmrke T:fOlngM and Werfc-EndN. telephoned whole country" is raised. What Mondajr night at the BHS field. .
Street Oood for Chief A. L. Alvarez Wednesday la more to the point In this critical .
Call oportunlty
119 East younjiladleH Ten teams will
participate in ICI" IIDILIT. MIA.'NO AIlS
that his cottage at Crystal Lake
W. T. CLUTE. Realtor to learn selling war times a reserve of homemakers these games, all composed of t __
had been
burglarized recently.
VlCTOR"MlL1TARY SUPPLY trained In Red Cross service Mr. Smith
I FOR SALE-1937 Chevrolet pick- everything in the house being Nursing releases doctors and professional will be said anda

; up truck In good condItion. stolen, household goods and all. nurses for service with game played every night '- M..rtaf **'"
______ S. He I III offering a $25 reward for from Monday through Friday at n OTEL 1,1,14u1', ttts4, ::
; : good tires. reasonable price. Opening For Two Men the armed forces. Civilian pop- 6:30: o'clock at the Apt'U ,
High School Frida, "
tas.ss... 0.6hour" .
Lake Village information leading to recovery .
B. McGlew. Klngmley ulation will be while 1 1
With Sales Ability protected field. 9 am to I.54i used.pr.vldsi ..... _
Route 2. Box 289. Starke. of the stolen property. soldiers and sailors are being Prizes or trophies will 11'110 wld. .I

,: _. : 4-9-4tp Also One Office Girl cared for properly. if the home- awarded the first and second win-be c... a.4 _IsleS ... harlst. MBS*. LIt... ,1.ls. ...,.

.. 'Veil Baby Clinic makers pitch in and do their ners. Individual ,:al wear. Us l._ .. hew AU O 0'Auu
TO KENT!: prizes will alao ;.; Modal CA.
_- share toward keeping their own be awarded. ._1 --- ........1
Modern 5-room house BOTTLING CO. The Clay-Bradford Health Unit, homes free from Infection and run for nine weeks The contests will -;....rt1M4 .I. ,lie .... L.. .... .'.r....._eI'1i!"
or 45
_ furnished In cooperation with Mrs. Virginia disease. nights. -..;; lveaIU, Ne WAJLLACS 0."
Must be In'StarkePermanent Bell Red Cross nurse. will hold a
Tenant WANTED -. colored men for well baby clinic" at the Lake The Red Croon for many years Mule In Pound ;. -* ....,.... Hearing SpecialiMt
First Air
kitchen help. 918 week. Also has been sponsoring aa AltRex JacksonvllU" Co-
Box 868. 8UrkeKOJl per View Cafe, near Camp Blanding a.welt* Home I
dishwashers Claudes as Nursing Police Chief IWI.
colored women for A. L. Alvarez announced 607 Fla ThwlreJackMMiville
on Road 48. Thursday morning,
1 h RUNT-Furnished house at $10 per week. Apply April 29. from 9 to 11:30: o'clock. classes 'and has'often been asked I I Wednesday that he had FJorUto
vacant 1 for Guidon Grill. 4-19-21 what the difference between the an old "brown
l r Lawtey May ; au Instruction at the clinic is free frosty" colored
hot and cold running; two coures it. What to do while mule about 30
cooking. the years old in the
to public.Renowned.
water. Peele's Grocery. Box: 93. fr. WANTED (Male) waiting for the doctor to come pound for 10 or 12 days which he

Lawtey. 4-16 2tp I High school Mtudenta to work as I Is First Aid. What (to do, after was going to advertise and sell

clerks serving the armed forces i Jeweler the doctor has gone or to keep if the owner did not come From where I sit .

_,- I : FOR RENT-furnished apartment I during the summer month : J. H. Courtmanch jeweler. may him from coming- all Is Home soon and pay his costs and pretty take .

2 1-2 miles southeast Of ..st..1Aon j 'Position are open for persons well be proud of his reputations Nursing. him out. '
hot 17 year. or older who can meet
Road 2g. Uffhta bath
,: : He received a watch a. few days
and cold water furnished. Stanleys the qualification Buy More AcreageMr.
ago from Sgt. Edwards sent in by Joe Marsh
*" Excellent salary and good hours. I
_______ Ranch. Itp
Living accommodations on the from Pearl Harbor. Hawaii forrepairs and Mrs. C. A. Futch and

WANTED (Female) post. Apply at the Camp Bliin-I It took a month to get their son, Lt.. Merrill C. Futch,
I the l watch but he had it
., school students to work as ding exchange office. 4.23 3t who Is now on one of the world's
High on its way back in a jiffy! Grandma Hoskina In \""
far-flung battle fields already knows
._ clerks serving the armed forces a lot -Just as It was written
during the summer months. IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL owned considerable property about. about history but when we Mayflower's
milk cows stock cows, beef three miles out on the old Ther- asked her where the first
PositIons are open for person cattle stock bulls or hogs. get. essa road southeast of town; but Dr. Max Shane ery was built In brewAnd it seems that all tWJj 1
17 or older who can meet America she history, ?
I _____ years in touch with J. D. Odom. Jr. Aid to Enemy they recently took advantage of wouldn't take sides. our early American ; bP!

the qualifications. Box 247 Stark;, Box 204 Lake the opportunity :to add to this Optometrist sort of tempered the hand !
Excellent salary and good City; Telephone 481 Lake City. 'Any American who wilfully "Yoa see:' .*TS Grandma, helped to make usant a IDle
hours. Apply at the Camp BIa.n.I neglects pay his taxes: on acreage. wberever the
_______ -' Auction market. every Thursday Under date of April 12. the colonbts settled moderate people.From .
office. 4-23 3t time or to Invest cent h.
ding Exchange on. of the
All classes of live stock If first '"
on bother thlag
can in War Bonds is surely Civing Clerk of the Circuit Court recorded your eyes yon let thought they where I sit. Ito
at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. I deed from Mr. and Mrs. 'm* examine them and fit about was food.nj beer moder3"
a l
-1 LOST-3 keys on chain-1 door aid and comfort to the you la American drink of ;)
have to. J. W. Andrews..Jr.. Mrs. Thelma 'with glasses if need ili"- fact on> reason' why the I""Ibol
key. 2 smaller.-Finder please SALESGIRLS WANTKD enemy .. W* a Job you tIrn,. N&rfma and trlendllness-kina <
t return to Itrs. J. H.. Lord 319 STEADY WORK do'andwssre all' called for Andrews and Attorney T. Frank 30 yam experience.Holidays Hock lan4etl **' pTffi of'our penobal liberty.Coprigt .

W. Madison St. Itp GOOD PAY service. to our country. Our Landrum. as guardian of the person and Sundays by appointment. was because the Marflow-

1 VICTORY" MILITARY SUPPLY dollars are called to servicetoo. and estate of William' A. Andrews .r WaS mnnln' short of beer."

11 FOR SALE-One 7.15 cook stove, Let us all ask curselves. a mlnop to Mrs. Verdie S. TCLKFHONC B-4S7* Vn. that 1UG.t new /11'

u pipe and mat. One< Red Hot I, ARMY OFFICER and wife want 'Shall we be more tender with Futch and Joe Slatrmpk. This 401 Temple Thealri Buil.inc tie.but Grandma showed one on gee -11'CA.Ui.
thaa with UM lives It to us
beater. Complete $20./ Used one furnished apartment or house. ur transaction involved 40 acres adJoining Corner Main and Mon
mo. I* J\\:. Burney .Rt., 2...Box I Occupancy May 1. Reply Box ,of ear au" SecretaryMozg.nilmau. other acreage already

:: 89. Lawtey Fla. M I "U.r.,. tarke" 4.23 2tp. owned by the grantees.. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA : k58 CI Sem r

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