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 30, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Trading: and TELEGRAPEI Home of the ',, I ,

! Recreation COUNTY Sweetest Strawberries

, Blandingf "
,j, Ifor Camp This Side of Heaven I

Official County Publication gstqblished In 1877 Ij j




Homeowner; I Don You Think Enough Of Those Men We've Sent Away 1 Murder TaalScheduled

i To Back Them Up With A Little Bit Of Ready Cash? I '

lust Apply i. I. ;


Exemption For May 6th
or) Sets Forth AimsAlms Lt. OsborneThe

I All Starke home.owners who Chamber of of the Commerce newly organized for the: THAT FAIL TO REACH THEIR WAR BOND QUOTA? importance of the observation of full time towerIn operation The trial of Ernest Daugherty, ,:!
iLct of theme
take advantage
to Bradford
charged by a
grand jury
current year were set forth this, Staika was emphasized at the I
tead tax exemption ruling this week with "unlawfully and : :
tently enacted by the City week as follows: It's Rotary Club Wednesday by Lt T. from premeditated design" effect- t rIng
ten minutes 'and Bradford still
to midnight County is $60,000
luncU are urged by Clerk Carl Improvement of transportation, H. .Osborne. Signal Corps Ground the death of Dan W. Moore by
secure the necessary facilities between Starke and I short of its War Bond of Observer Officer from the Jack- with
foinj to April quota $169,000.The sonville Office hooting a pistol, has been
Lk9 available Camp Blending and the Crystal
which are now net for trial here on Thursday,
I dig office in the City Hall, and Lake air field.Preparation .. cold, hard fact is that re who can possibly The speaker told of how observers May 6, at 9:30: A. M. Moore was
Lke application some time dur- of scenic poetcard.. ryone spare could be of Invaluable killed Nov. 21, 1942. I I i

\ the month of May, or theyI of Starke for free distribution. $18,75 must go out today and buy a War Bond'or, Bradford will line aanlslunca'not only In spotting Court opened at 10:00: A. M.
to their regular Improvement of the city park enemy planes but also aa an aid
I have pay Monday with Judge John A. H. I
U3 taxes on their homes. I for use of soldiers and their itself up with those who possibly have dorie, their "bit", but are un- to friendly planes that have Rot: Murphree, Judge of the 8th Judicial \i!

This will save the taxpayers' families. willing to sacrifice and do their "best". be ten forced off the down course in an or that might. Circuit, presiding. The Invocation j
| the City at least $4.040, this Preparation of a booklet advertising was delivered by the
ar,' Mr. Johns atated. Thats I Bradford County. This Onborna urged members of Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot, pastor of i(
for '
not only Starke but for Other in
the amount collected in 1942, I The Chamber of Commerce goes every community the club to volunteer their services the First Baptist Church. After

1,1, it Is certain that there are would apreclate suggestions from the county. No matter where live--Lawtey Hampton Brooker to Mrs Grace Wainwright, organization, those who desired to ,t
you ,
Bt t fewer, but more, homes nown Interested citizens concerning ad- ; chief obserVer and to lend their were given the opportunity to

there were then. The newn ditional alms. New River, Theressa, Graham or on a rural route-go out today and assistance especially. for the late plead guilty, and court then adjourned -

also has ita attractive fea- W. T. Clute, secretary of the night shifts.Brooker. until 9:3O: A. M. Thursday I i' ,
|res to new and prospective organization, reports that at a buy a bond! Help to make those Bradford County boys who are serv- April 29. ;

me-owners In Starke, sincere well-attended meeting In his office ing their country proud of the folks back home when they read how Man Of the dozen or so other cases
are perhaps not more thane Tuesday night, It was de. to come up at this Spring term, '' j{ ,
or two other cities or towns tided that dues would be $12 a Bradford has done its part to help raise the thirteen billion dollar Sec- three of them were on charges s,(:i'a'''
I the State that offer tax exemp- year. He states that the body Is f W of manslaughter. The trial of to. \

fcn for homesltes.. j I considering a membership' drive ond War Loan quota. v Ides or injuries Arthur Llpney, charged with manslaughter 't'a, '

Attention Is again called to the and it Is hoped that the support In connection with the 'f'1
It.tt however, that only the place of,every business man and woman Up until noon yesterday Bradford had invested $1 10,000 in War death of James Lee Shallor In an \ I
In the city will be obtained. Funeral services for Joe Raul- automobile wreck Jan. 1 has been 'i
jiere, lives will be free ot'es i
|\ -not the house or housesIt Bonds during the month of April. But ,the last $60,000 will be the eraon.' 60-y
are rented. hardest In fact it will be IMPOSSIBLE1',UNLESS YOU do YOUR Who was fatally InjuredIn M. Culvln Henley, who was ar- I
Berries Bring ari accident on the Jackson..1 ralnged on a manslaughter charge, ';' < '
matter how small. vllle-Lake city highway Saturday In connection with tho death! of
t. L. Kinchen Dies I part-no I night, were held Tuesday afternoon ,., John J. Blair on State Highway ,

at the home of his daughter 28 on Nov. 0, and who .
Jacksonville : 1912. ple
$8.25 Crate The drive ends 30 hours I
at midnight April to act
so your are Mrs. Lee JohnHon. "not guilty," will be tried Monday i

I Eugene Leonard Kinchen, 56, numbered. There can be no putting off until tomorrow. It must be The accident occurred when tho May 3, at 10 A. M The

1 mer resident of Starke, died Tha price for strawberries soar- car In which Mr., Rnulernon wee CliMe of Glenn McIntosh, who pled '

his home In Jacksonville, 820 ed as high as $8.25 per crate on done today! riding with C, C. Melvin, 44, also "not guilty" to a manslaughter ''' i!
[stbrook Road, early Tuesday the platforms at Starke and Law- of Brooker. col 11 Jed with a petrol charge In connection with the

'ming following an illness of tey this week, but volume failedto Unwilling to see our county fall down on this-the greatest, war eum carrier truck about seven death of his wife, Mamie Mcln- '
|veral weeks. miles out of Jacksonville.! tosh, who was klled in a collision

A native of Rentz, Ga., Mr. Kinn Only make 2,200 any appreciable crates were Increase.handled time job yet assigned-members of the Rotary Club organized teams Mr. MelvIn is reported to be while riding with him In a pick- j >, ,

moved to Jacksonville sev- through the Starke Fal'mel's'Mar- Wednesday and are canvassing the business district Thursday and Included recovering from broken hU Injuries which nolle up truck prossed.on Oct. 17, 1942, was i;
a log '
lil months ago after, retirIngn ket last week'and the price aver- jaw \
: the barber business here bejse aged around $7 per crate. Al- Friday, asking everyone-even tho;who have bought heavily-to do fracture. and several broken ribs. Nathan Graham will be tried t '' '
He .
| of 111 was carried to St. Vincent's on a charge of grand larceny in \ ,
health. He was a though it,is estimated that Brad- f"i
ember of the Baptist Church. ford acreage Is off at least :50 just a little bit more today and help put Bradford over the top.. Mem- KoHpltal.Raulerson, connection with the stealing of 'pan I

[Surviving are his widow, Mrs. percent who have berries was a native of Flor. automobile wheel, tire and > --.
growers bers of the Woman's Club the residential district.
f.cie Odessa Kinchen, Jackson- will make more profit than Junior are working Ida and had resided' In Brooker tube valued at 930 from W. R. ;,\ '

tie: two sons, Leonard S. Kln- usual because of the high prices nearly his entire life. He la Cur Akery on March 20. He pled j '
'Jltolk. Va., and James T. Kln- handling the smaller volume. Raulemon. Ilrookrr; his mother, ralnged Monday. In this same .<;ir '
and self. Go and bond make it
out buy.a
hn, U S. Army, stationed at The season's peak has passed, country now, as big as you Mrs. Mandy Raulemon, Hellbronn connection, Jimmie Hicks will be I''j

fcrt Bragg N. C. He Is also although shipments will probably can and be able to tell the worker you've already done your best Johnson Springs;, four Misses daughters Ustelle, Mrs.Lucille Lee tried on and a charge of unlawfully i'i" 'I "
buying aiding in the conceal-
rvlved ,
by three brothers andht continue for another week or two :
and Louether Ratllerinn all nf ment of the tire and tube. Hick's
!slaters. I until North Carolina cornea In i I'> ,
strong. II Contractor Hurt Ration Dates Tax Collections Brooker; five sons Henry, Troy: trial was tentatively set for 9:30: I ,
Rowley, Floyd and Edward Raul. A. M. Thursday, Aprjl 29. 'I i 1
eta EmployeH. In Accident CANNED GOODS: Coupons D, K, 94.79 PercentWith erson Brooker; and three broth- Kenneth Kite was arraigned .t", I

Miss Reed Describes F, valid through April 30. era, Dan Raulerson.I Oluatee; and
F. pled to
| Harrison aalesman- guilty theft on two "
new Contractor J. D. Mathews sua- another month yet to go, Nathan and
ploye at Denmark's Furniture Duties of WAVESWaves tamed a broken collar bone and MEATS, BUTTER: Red Coupons, tax call.I c t Ion. in Bradford bronn Springs.Restaurants$) liy. Raulerson, Hell separate count*-stealing one hog i
lore Series A, B, C, and D, valid from A, I Alvares and from '
while only 44 year of age, left shoulder about eight miles are County are 94.79 percent in hand, one r
a veteran of both World Wars and Spars of the Navy through April. Red D became W M. Edwards. The trial of ;
beyond Maxvllle on the new Jacksonville according to figures released this "
e spent 19 month In France and Coast Guard, it was pointedout highway at 7 o'clock last valid April 18. week by Tax Collector C. A. Must Gertrude Dell for arson, who pled ;! I v

rIng World War I, going over here Thursday, are .fighting: Saturday night when the Chevrolet SUGAR: Stamp 12,, for five Knight. Submit PricesNot guilty to the charge of "unlaw- "' Jf'" ,. I

N returning with General (then a battle, too, although they are pick-up truck which he was pounds, expires :May31.COFFEE The total tax roll for 1942 was fully, wilfully and maliciously netting "; ,
lone!) Douglaa A. MacArthur not In actual combat." takento later than May 1 all eating fire to and burning a dwel- ', I
driving turned over. He was : Stamp 26, In sugar $37,844.70: and the total amount
d the famous Rainbow Division. "They've found a new world St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville book, good for 'one ,pound paid was $34.803.23.: The latter and drinking places must file ling house owned by Lottie Bell 'JGrant" i! I
never missed battle whileere Mlsa Sara Reed declared in an with the local Rationing Boarda .- was set for 9:30: A. M. ..I
a for first aid treatment. through April '2J.J: 429.16 discount taken advantage t
and never got a scratch" address before the local Ladles Of the two civilian and six GASOLINE: A coupon 5 good for amount, however, Includes $1- true copy ot each menu, bill of Thursday, Afcrll 29. '
I said yesterday He was InV Luncheon Club and as atenograph- fare or price list In ue duringthe Edward Manning' trial on a :
sailors who were riding with him, 3 gallons through July 21. of by taxpayers by paying their
'e major battles and two others, ers, secretaries, trainers, and aero- sailor suffered a bruised hip taxes early. Amounts yet due 7-day period beginning' Sun grand larceny charge, la the theft
longing to MacArthur' "shock graphers they "are working with one and skinned arm, Mr. Mathew SHOES. : Stamp 17 expires June and payable are $3.041.47.,. day, April 4, 1943. and ending of '86.T3 from H. K. Starling ,t
jOODS,** naval officers who are making Saturday, April 10. 1943. This Feb. 11, was continued.The .
said, and was taken to the Naval
|He wu discharged last Decem- history." Air Base hospital at Jacksonville OIL: Coupon 5 e x p ires applies to all who own or operate case of James Ira Cbason )

|r 10 after spending eleven Principal speaker before an while all the other escaped September 30.Rationing Red Cross Classes a restaurant, hotel cafe, diningcar on a charge of desertion and non-

with* with the Marines at the audience of fifty ladles Miss practically uninjured. R. H. Eng Are' Under Way bar, delicatessen, soda fountain support of his wife, Ola Chason, I ,

arleston Navy Yard In South Reed pointed out the needs of lish and R. V. Bruce were ridingin Board or other eating or drinking running back to Sept. 23, 1942, '
rollnL He Is joining the local additional volunteers for the the seat with Mr. Mathews,I Classes In motor mechanics and place.If was nolle proceed Estreat ment :'I
'mertcan Legion Pot being Women's reserve of the Navy and while the six sailors whom he Has New HoursAt maintenance sponsored by the you have menus that show proceedings were ordered by' the *"

'ubly eligible having honorable Coast Guard, told how they may had picked a few miles back Bradford County Chapter of the the prices of every food item, I.Court and judgement entered In I
charges from two wars. enlist, adding that those enlisted up the suggestion of the OPA American Red Cross, are being meal and beverage you served i the case of the $50 cash bondposted b
He had several years' experi- will fill vital shore jobs so that were in the rear of the truck. J.W W. L. Blair Chief Clerk of the held each Monday and Thursday during that period, sign' a copy by Jerry M. King, Sept. I h

ce In the furniture business becoming men may be released for duty at Andrews Ford garage towedIn local Rationing Board, announcesthe evening from 7:30: to 9:30: In the of each menu, bill of fare, or a, 1942 charged with "operating
>rt seL truck following new office hours to price list with name and automobile for hire
to Denmark's.arge the badly damaged your without certificate J
Torode Chevrolet The
"The Waves and Spars she According to Mr. Mathews, he begin Monday, May 3; garage. address; mall or take the signed of public convenience."
Turnip added, "are not Intended to pro- had passed one car and was meet Monday through Friday the office first class was held Monday andIt copies to the local Rationing State's Attorney T. E. Duncan

vide a vacation. There's work to ing another when he applied the will be open to the public is, not too late to Join If you Board not later than May 1; and and his assistant Joe Hill Williams I.

.Willie G r I iff I is. of Lawtey. be done and many a girl will receive brakes. The front wheel brakes I. from 10 to 12 A. ,M.>and from 2 will attend either the meeting keep a copy for your own use. Sheriff A. 0. Andreu and I

ought Into the Telegraph office an education and will be hung, he said, while the rear ones tot P. M. On Saturday the Thursday or next Monday. If your price list does not show Circuit Court Clerk A. J. Thomas j

'terday morning a large, fresh well paid for it." didn't catch. He was making I hours will be from 8:13: A. M. Home Classes to all these Item, you must preparea were In their places. Robert F .
rnlp number of girls that through to 1:45: P. M. Nursing are supplementary price list. This Demorest foreman
with a crisp green top The largest around 33 miles per hour, h e 4 at was of the I
begin Tuesday, May the
"''eh he said weighed four are now enlisting are those en. stated. d must show the highest price you Grand Jury. J, S. Austin alter
Health Unit.
UMs He has only three rows gaged in general business such as I I Virginian Dies Here Bradford County charged during that period for nate foreman, with the other jurors -
will continue each
[ turnips' *nd doesn't vouch for I typists, comptometer operators, I. Warden I Classes Tuesday each food Item, meal or beverage.If as follows: Bill Han W. H. ,I
Group from 10
air al.l. being that large, but has B. M. operators file clerks, receptionists Heads Hampton Wade Richardson, and Thursday morning you do not use menus, pre. Harrell, Charlie A. Jenkins, Jr.. !

rUdy sold 20 bunches at $1.23 P. B. X. operators, book. Jj. F. Chapman, superintendentof about 53 years of age, died in a A. M. to 12 noon. pare such a price list for every O. F. Tomllnson, B. E. Norman,
r dozen off his small plot. keepers and general office work the Florida State Prison near car Saturday night of a heart attack The Staff Assistants Course began food Item, meal and beverage you B. y Saxon, C. T. Wade, W. T. '!!
I he was on his to Monday, April 26, and will offered' during the
ers. Starke, wa elected president of as way seven-day Crosby, Clyde Cone, F. M. Garrett,
"When a girl with service In Southeastern State Prison the office of a local physician.He continue Monday. Wednesday and period. Sign the price list and I Ray Green, p E. Green C. C.
Race For First"The the Waves and Spars applies for Association the at the annual meetingIn was a salesman for the Virginia Friday from 3 P. M. to 5 P. M.. file it with the local Rationing Wynn. Berry Dyal, James Horns-

a Job after the war employerswill Columbia, S. C. Tuesday.W. Machine and WelldrillingCo. at the USO-YMCA building. Board. Keep a copy for your own by and Newn Warren. ;
Human Comedy" by know that she met the Navy of the ., of Richmond, Virginiatheconcern First Aid classes will begin : use The Board will carefully
William North director
Saroyan Is an un- requirements and also that she N. that drilled the wells atCamD Tuesday May 4, from 2 P. M. check all tiled prices determine No Extra Gasoline;
-umlnlC story of M American I I received valuable training during prison school, was chosen secre __m Rla.niilnr.. His Dartner... L. until 4 P. M. in the USO-YMCA 'that they correspond to the prices
fatally" of the anlza-
in war time. By leaps her tour of duty in the serviceof tary-treasurer o g B. Anderson was driving him to building. actually charged during the period There will be no extra gasoline

Robe"abounds It U crowding "The her country." tton. the doctor. W. L. Blair, chief clerk In the available for summer vacation

the for fiat place among Wise Reed urged Interested applicants His body was prepared for WSO Tag DayThe Rationing Board also announced trips. W. L. Blair Chief Clerk In yE,
bnt'lIf'lIena ot the country. to contact Mrs. Jean- Letters Written burial by De Witt C. Jones and yesterday that all restaurants and the local Rationing Board, announced

\\11I1all1l1 Two best-teltert by Ben Ames nette Young at the Library or YMCA was the scene hipped to Crewe, Va. Woman's Service Organization Institutional Users must file their. yesterday. Neither for
are tanning beck and write direct to the Navy Recruit. The usa. ort Mon of the USO-YMCA will sponsor application for rationing pointsnot "pleasure, urgent business trips
neek writing
}In : "The TIme of Peace" ben Ing station Room 323 P. O. Building of much letter because of No Shortage Here a tag day Saturday for the later than May 5. funerals, going after children to
all happened
'Tk g..only Jump ahead of Jacksonville, Florida. day. It made at the purpose of raising funds to be bring them home from college\ Via' ,+
Strange Womn.MacKlnlay .- an announcement Sunday after Dr. M. B. Herlong reported yesterday used In the entertainment of ser- Dentist Has Hours and for practically all of the
K musical program vice Junior Red Cross mem reason submitted dally by auto
a n tor's little Births was to that during the month of men.
hryudlul ed "Dapp1' 1L-"d" U a Recent noon. This announcement staff would be April he had rendered medical hers as well aa members of the Dr. R. P. Stubblns. dentist at mobile owners seeking gasoline tv

honest story which, Mr. and'Mrs. John Burris, Doc- the effect that the of assistance In the\ birth of 14 I WSO will conduct the isle Mr*. the Florida State Prison near for long-distance drives. The only
OUII, boo writt' sly In a free tor's Inlet April 24. boy: glad to write the A surprising any- babies-7 boys and 7 girls! That R. A. Green Is chairman and Mr*. here, announces that he will see persons who may be allowed such j 'j
Ountry Service man present. cochairman of the patients In the office of Dr. J. rations those '
about free folk Mr. and Mrs. William Crosby wa turnedIn does not Include any who may J. W. Kincaid special are who are
Public Library number of name Jacksonville committee conducting the tag day W Brownlee on Calf St.. dally moving permanently to another ,
let open from 1 Starke, April 21 boy: and letters have been born In a .
hostesses l F
3:30: to the "
Po m. and Mrs. Joseph Zach Anders or Gainesville hospital. event. from 4 p. m. until 8 p. m. locality, be said. 'rryi
Mr. out to all of .. r
have gone
: Stark April 21, glrU iiI ,.f.A:-;.oaaac.-- _?eT1_

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Trading andRecreation Home of the


L Camp Blending Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877



jty Homeowner: Don't You Think Enough Of Those Men We've Sent Away Murder TrialScheduled

I: To Back Them Up With A Little Bit Of Ready Cash?

lust Apply i ir ,

Exemption I I C of C WILL' WE BE AMONG THE "PIKER" COUNTIES Rotarians Hear For May 6thThe

) Sets Forth Aims Lt. OsborneThe

Ail Starke heme-nwnerS who Aims of the newly organized THAT FAIL TO REACH THEIR WAR BOND QUOTA? Importance of full time operation trial of Ernest Daugberty,
Chamber of Commerce for the of the observation tower
take advantage of the charged by a grand jury
K-ct exemption ruling current year were set forth this in Staike was emphasized at the this week with "unlawfully and
estead tax week as follows: Rotary Club Wednesday by Lt T '
ently enacted by the City It's ten minutes to and Bradford is still $60,000 Ground from premeditated design" effecting -
urged by Clerk Carl Improvement of transportation midnight County H. .Osborne, Signal Corps the death of Dan W. Moore by
bcU are
iis to secure the necessarynks facilities between Starke and short of its April War Bond quota of $169,000.The Observer office.Officer from the Jacksonville shooting with a pistol, has been

which are now available Camp Blanding and the Crystal set for trial here on Thursday,
Lake air field.Preparation The speaker told of how ob May 6, at 9:30 A. M. Moore was
the Hall, and ..
his application office In some time dur- of scenic postcardsof cold hard fact is that 'everyone who can possibly spare servers could be of Invaluable killed Nov. 21, 1942.

ke the month of May, or they Starke for free distribution. $18.75 must go out today and buy a War Bond'or Bradford will line assistance not only In spottingenemy Court opened at 10:00: A. M.

I 3 have taxes to on pay their their homes.regular Improvement use of soldiers of the and city their pal'kfor itself up with those who possibly have dorie their "bit", but are un- to friendly planes planes but also that as have an /gotten aid. Monday Murphree with, Judge Judge of the John 8th A.Judi H.

families. off the course or that mightbe cial Circuit, presiding. The Invocation .
This will save the taxpayers willing to sacrifice and do their "best". forced down In an emergency was delivered by the
at least $4.040 this Preparation. of a booklet adver-
|the City
Lt. Otiborne urged members of Rev. A. EX Light: foot, of
Lr ro' Mr.amount Johns collected stated.In 1942 That, tising The Bradford Chamber County.of Commerce This goes not only for Starke, but for everyOther community in the club to volunteer their ser- the First Baptist Church. After

the vices to Mrs. Grace Wainwright,, organization, those who desired to
certain that there are would apreclate suggestions from the No where Brooker
It is county. matter live-Lawtey Hampton ,
you : chief observer, and to lend their were given the opportunity to
but homes nown interested citizens concerning ad-
fewer, more assistance, especially for the late guilty, and court then adjourned -
New River Theressa Graham rural and
\ there were then. The new ditional alma. or on a route-go out today
night shifts.Brooker. until 9:30: A. M. Thurs
n also has Its attractive fea- W. T. Clute, secretary of the buy bond! make those Bradford who April 29.
es to new and prospective organization, reports that at a a Help to ; County boys are serv- day.

e-owners are perhaps in Starke not more, sincere thanor well-attended Tuesday meeting night, It!In was his decided office ing their country proud of the folks back home when they read how Man to Of come the up dozen at this or so Spring other term cases

two other cities or townsthe that dues would be $12 a Bradford has done its part to help raise the thirteen billion dollar Sec- three of them were. on chargesof

| State that offer tax exemp- year. He states that the body la manslaughter. The trial of

li for liomesltes. I I considering a membership drive ond War Loan quota. t Dies of Injuries Arthur Llpaey, charged ,with man-
slaughter In connection with the
and It is hoped that the support'
Attention Is again called to the' of business and Up until had invested $110,000 in War death of James Lee Shallor In an
every man womanIn noon yesterday Bradford
however, that only the place
:t .
will be obtained. Funeral services for Joe Haul- automobile wreck Jan., 1, has been
lere one liven will be free of city Bonds during the month of April. But ,the last 60,000 will be the erson, 60-year: 01 III resident, of net for Monday, May 3, at 10 A.

,'S- not the house or houses Hrooker who was fatally InjuredIn M Calvin Henley, who was ar-
rented. hardest In fact it will be I IMPOSSIBLE'UNLESS' YOU do YOUR I
t are Berries Bring ,an accident on the Jackson ralnged on a manslaughter chargeIn
villa-Lake City highway Saturday connection with the death of
how small.
L. Kinchen Dies part-no matter night, were held Tuesday after-., John J. Blair on State Highway

I I noon at the home of hilt daughter 28 on Nov. 6. 1942, and who pled

JacksonvilleEugene $8.25 CrateThe .1 i The drive ends at midnight, April 30 so your hours to act are M..... Lee Johnxon. "not guilty," will be tried Mon

[ Leonard Kinchen, 56, numbered. There can be no putting off until tomorrow. It must be The accident occurred when the day, of May Glenn 3, at Mclntotth 10 A.1The who
caMe pled
car in which Mr. Raulornon wu
| resident of Starke, died
price for strawberries soared
hU home In Jacksonville, 820 done today! riding with C. C, Melvin H, also "not guilty" to a manslaughter
as high as $8.25 per crate on
charge !In connection with the
of Breaker, collided 1 with a petrol.
tbrook Road, early Tuesday the platforms at Starke and Law- death of his wife
Mamie Mcln-
fall down this-the eum carrier truck about seven ,
lining: Illness of Unwilling to on war
following an tey this week but volume failedto see our county greatest miles out of Jacksonville toBh. who was klled in a collision

jeral* weeks. make any appreciable Increase. time job yet assigned-members of the Rotary Club organized teams Mr Melvin Is reported to be while riding with him In a pick

l native of Rentz, Ga., Mr. Kin- Only 2,200 crates were handled recovering from hU. Injuries which up truck on Oct. 17, 1942, wa

'*n moved to Jacksonville sev- through the Starke Farmers' Mar- Wednesday and are canvassing the business district Thursday and Included a broken leg, a Jaw nolle pressed
1 months after, ket last week and the price aver- I.
pl ago fracture and several broken rtbaHa Nathan Graham will be tried
the barber be- around $7 crate. Al- Friday asking thosg who have bought heavily-to do
i>: business here aged per everyone-even !:! was carried to St. Vincent's on a charge of grand larceny in

use of ill health. He was a though It is estimated that Brad- I. little bit today and help Bradford the Members Hospital connection with the stealing of
tuber of the Baptist Church. ford acreage Is off at least 50 just a more put over top. Raulerson was a native of FlorIda an automobile wheel, tire and

{Surviving; are his widow, Mrs. percent, growers who have ber- I of the Junior Woman's Club are working the residential district. and had resided In D..ookerlIearly tube valued at $50 from W. R.
Icle Odessa Kinchen, Jackson- ries will make more profit than
his entire life. He Is lIur.1 Akery on :March 20. He pled

lie, two sons, Leonard S. Kinen usual because of the high prices But don't wait for a volunteer worker to beg you to do your dutyto vived by his widow, Mrs Onle "not guilty" when he was ar-
U S. Navy, stationed at and the small expense InvolvedIn ,
Raulerson, Brooker; his. mother, ralnged Monday. In this same '
pi,folk. Va., and James T. Kinen handling the smaller volume. country and self. Go out and buy-a bond now, make it as big as you Mrs Mandy Kaulerson, Hellbronn connection, Jlmmle Hicks will be I
]< U S. Army, stationed at The season's peak has passed, ,
Springs; four daughters, Mrs Lee tried on a charge of unlawfully
'""t Bragg, N. C. He is also although shipments will probably can and be able to tell the worker you've already done your best Johnson, Misses Kutelle: Lucille buying and aiding In the conceal- f

vlved by three brothers andht I continue for another week or two -- and Louether Raulerson, all of; ment of the tire and tube. Hick's

sisters. until North Carolina cornea in Contractor HurtIn Ration Dates Tax Collections Brooker; five sons, Henry, Troy, trial was tentatively set for 9:30A. :

strong. Rowley, Floyd and Edward Raul- M. Thursday Aprjl 29. f

lew Employe Accident CANNED GOODS: Coupons D, E. 94.79 PercentWith erson, Brooker; and three brothers Kenneth Kite was arraignedand I

Miss Reed Describes F, valid through April 30. Dan Raul erson, Olustee: pled guilty to theft on two
H. F Harrison new valesmanPloya Contractor J. D. Mathews sustained another month yet to go, Nathan and Elsy Raulerson. Hell-
separate countteBUnl' one hog
at Denmark's Duties of WAVES MEATS, BUTTER: Red Coupons, tax col I lections 1 in Bradford
Furniture a broken collar bone and ; bronn SprlnlJl.Restaurants. i
from A. L. Alvares and one fromW.
Series A B C and D, valid
're, while only 44 years of age, left shoulder about eight miles County are 94.79 percent In hand,
M. Edwards. The trial of
of the Red D became
a veteran of both World Wars. I Waves and Spars Navy beyond Maxville on the new Jack- through April. according to figures released this
Gertrude Doll for who
' spent 19 months In France and Coast Guard it was pointed sonville highway at 7 o'clock last valid April 18. week by Tax Collector C. A. Must guilty to the charge arson of "unlaw pled '

"ring World War I. going over out here Thursday, are fighting Saturday night when the Chevrolet -, SUGAR: Stamp 12., for five Knight. Submit PricesNot fully wilfully and maliciously setting
d a battle, too, although they are pounds, expires May-31.
returning with General (then pick-up truck which he was The total tax roll for 1942 was fire to and burning a dwelling
lonel!) Douglas A. MacArthurd i not In actual combat. driving turned over. He was taken I COFFEE: Stamp 26, In sugar $57,844.70, and the total amount later than May 1 all eat. house owned by Lottie Bell

the famous Rainbow Division. i They've found a new world, to St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville book 'good for 'one pound paid was ,803,23. The latter ng and drinking: places must file Grant", was set for 9:30: A. M. 1

never missed a battle while Miss Sara Reed declared in an for first aid treatment. I II through April 'J3.; 429.10 discount taken advantage with the local Rationing Board Thursday April 29. ,

ere and never got a scratch. address before the local Ladles I Of the two civilians and six I GASOLINE: A coupon 5 good for amount, however, Includes $1,. a true copy of each menu, bill of Edward Manning's trial on a i
Luncheon Club and as stenographers fare or price list In use duringthe
said yesterday. He was Ine sailors who were riding with him' 3 gallons through July 21. of by taxpayers by paying their
and aero- grand larceny charge, In the theftof
' secretaries, 7-day period beginning' Sun-
major battles and two others with one sailor suffered a bruised hip SHOES: Stamp 17 expires June taxes early. Amounts yet due 186.75: from H. K. Starling
longing to MacArthur's graphers they "are working day, April 4, 1943, and ending
"shock and 304147.
and skinned Mr. Mathewssaid payable are
arm .
15.FUEL Feb. 11 continued.
bops.- naval officers who are making Saturday, April 10, 1943. Tbls
We waa history." and was taken to the NavalAll' OIL: Coupon 5 e x p ires applies to all who own or operatea I The case of James Ira Chason
discharged last Decem- Base at JacksonvIlle -
Ir 10 after Principal speaker before an hospital September 30.Rationing Red Cross Classes restaurant, hotel, cafe, diningcar on a charge of desertion and non-
spending eleven while all the others escaped '
Piths with the Marines at the audience o f fifty ladles Miss uninjured. R. H. English Are Under Way bar, delicatessen, soda foun- support of his wife, Ola Chanon.running ,
arleston Reed pointed out the needs of practically Board tain, or other eating or drinking back to Sept. 23, 1942,
Navy Yard In South
and R. V. Bruce were ridingin i
rollna. additional volunteers for the Classes In motor mechanics and place.If was nolle pressed. Estreatment
[ He Is
Joining the local seat with Mr. Mathews,
Perlcan Legion Post being Women's reserve of the Navy and while the the six sailors whom he Has New HoursAt maintenance, sponsored by the you have menus that show proceedings were ordered by the
M>ly eligible Coast Guard, told how they may Bradford County Chapter of the the prices of every food Item, Court and judgement entered In
having honorable few miles back
charges from two enlist, adding that those enlisted had picked up a the suggestion of the OPA, American Red Cross, are being meal and beverage you served the case of the $50: cash bond I

I He had several wars. will fill vital shore Jobs so that were In the rear of the truck. J. W. L. Blair Chief Clerk of the held each Monday and Thursday during that period, sign a copy posted by Jerry M. King Sept. '

f ein the furniture:years'business expert be-* men may be released for duty at W. Andrews Ford garage towedIn local Rationing Board, announces evening from 7:30: to 9:30: In the of each menu, bill of fare, or 1.; 1942 charged with "operating
the following new office hours to and automobile for hire without
e damaged truck price lint with your name cer-
the badly
to Denmark's.Yrge Chevrolet The
ea."The Waves and Spars," she According to Mr. Mathews, he begin Monday May 3; Torode garage. address; mall or take the signed tificate of public convenience." !

added, "are not intended to pro- had passed one car and was meet- Monday through Friday the office first class was held Monday andIt copies to the local Rationing State's Attorney T. E. Duncan

Turnip vide a vacation. There's work tc another when he applied the will be open to the public Is not too late to Join if you Board not later than May 1; and and his assistant Joe Hill Williams -

I Willie Or I Iff I Is. of Lawtey; be done and many a girl will receive Ing brakes. The front wheel brakes I I from 10 to 12 A. M. ,and from 2 will attend either the meeting keep a copy for your own use. Sheriff A. O. Andreu and
> education and will be to 4 P. M. On Saturday the If your price list does not show Circuit Court Clerk A. J. Thomas
P ught Into the Telegraph office an hung, be said, while the rear onesdidn't Thursday or next Monday.
terday well paid for It." hours will be from 8:15: : A. M. all these Items, you must preparea were !In their places. Robert F
morning a large fresh that catch. He was making Home Nursing Clasnea are to list This Demorext was foreman of, the
number of girls through to 1:45: P. M. supplementary price
F Ip with a crisp top The largest around 35: miles per h e 4, at the
green begin Tuesday May
"ICh he aid are now enlisting are those en. :!lhour. mum show the highest price you Grand Jury J. S. Austin alternate -
>nds. weighed four In general business such as stated. Dies Here Bradford County Health Unit. charged during that period for foreman, with the other jurors
He gaged Virginian
has .
only three rows Classes will continue each Tuesday
operators, I. each food Item, meal or beverage. as follows: Bill Hall W. H.
( turnips, .nd doesn't vouch for typists, Heads Warden Group and Thursday morning from 10 not Harrell Charlie A. Jenkins Jr.. t
e'r' M. file clerks, recep- Hampton Wade Richardson If you do ue menu, pre.pare
aU B operators
being that large, but has I A. M. to 12 noon. such list for O. F. Tomlinson, E. E. Norman,
F eady sold tionists, P. B. X. operators, bookkeepers superintendent about 55 years of age, died In a a price every
20 bunches at $1.25: L. F. Chapman The Staff Assistants Course be- Y. Saxon C. T. W. T.
B. Wade
>r dozen and general office work. car Saturday night of a heart at- food Item, meal and beverage you
State Prison near
off his small plot.Pace of the Florida of tack as he was on his way to gan Monday, April 26, and will offered during the seven-day Crosby, Clyde Cone, F. M. Garrett, i

ers."When a girl with service In Starke, was elected State president Prison the office of a local physician.He continue Monday, Wednesday and period. Sign the price list and Ray Green, P. E. Green. C. C.

For First the Waves and Spars applies fora Association the Southeastern at the annual meetingIn was a salesman for the Virginia Friday from 3 P. M. to 5 P. M.. file It with the local Rationing Wynn, Berry Dyal, James Horns-

after the war, employers Machine and Well-drilling at the USO-YMCA building. Board. Keep a copy for your own by and Newn Warren.
job Columbia, S. C. Tuesday. I
tunJ1'6 human Comedy" by will know that she met the Navyrequirements Co., of Richmond, Virginiatheconcern First Aid classes will begin use The Board will carefully
VUUiani Saroyan Is an un- and also that she W. N. North, director of the that drilled the wells at Tuesday, May 4, from 2 P. M. check all filed prices to determinethat No Extra GasolineThere

E1T "* story of an American I I received valuable training during prison school, was chosen secre- Camp Blandlng. His partner, L. until 4 P. M. In the USO-YMCA they correspond to the prices

1II111y In war time. By leaps I her tour of duty In the serviceof tary-treasurer of the o r g anlza- B. Anderson was driving him to building. actually charged during the period. will be no extra gasoline

d bounds It b crowding "The I tion. the doctor. W. L. Blair, chief clerk In the available for summer vacation
I"be" for her country. Rationing Board also announced rips, W. L. Blair, Chief Clerk In
first Interested applicants for
place among Miss Reed urged His body was prepared WSO Tag DayThe
he Written all and the local Rationing Board, an- t
Dest yesterday that restaurants
-sellers of the country. to contact Mrs. Jean- Letters burial by De Witt C. Jones and
Two beRtlien or Woman's Service Organization Institutional users must file their nounced ye terday. Neither for
by: Ben Ames at the Library shipped to Crewe Va.
nette Young the scene
\ The USO-YMCA was for "pleasure, urgent business trips
are rnnnJnc Beck and to the Navy RecruitIng of the USO-YMCA will spon- applications rationing pointsnot J
write direct of much letter writing ort Mon later than 5. funerals going after children to
ck'q for the May
; TAme of Peaee" beeg Room 523 P. O. BuildIng HereDr. sor a tag day Saturday
only station day. It all happened because of No Shortage of raining funds to be briny them home from college,
one Florida. purpose
Jump ahead of '
The Jacksonville, announcement made at the and for practically all of the i
Strange Woman." an after- M. B. Herlong reported yes- used In the entertainment of.tr- Dentist Has Hours
musical program Sunday Red Cross member reasons submitted dally by automobile
fat-Klnlay the month of vice men. Junior
K a n tor's little terday that during
h Recent BirthsMr. noon. This announcement was to rendered medical as well as members of the Dr. K. P. Stubbins dentist at owners seeking gasolinefor

Cl'all". "IJapp Land" SA a Burrl, Doctor's the effect that the staff would be April he had birth of 14 WSO will conduct the pale. Mrs. the Florida State Prison near long-distance. drives. The only
honest Mrs. John assistance In *
which try
' Story and to write the mother of any here that he will ice who may be allowed such
add boo glad and 7 That i R. A. Green 1s chairman and Mrs. announces persons
written free' 24. boy; babies-7 boys
only In a April
Inlet. present. A surprising of Dr. J. rations are those who are
1Un1ry Crosby Service man who J. W. Kincaid co-chairman of the patients In the office special
free William does not include any may
Public futk. Mr. and Mrs. number of names was turnedin committee conducting the tag day IV. Brownlee on Calf St., dally moving permanently to another
Library 1 21 boy; have been born in a
3::30 open from Starke April Zach An- to the hostesses and letters event. from 4 p. m. until 8 p. m. locality," he said.
p. 01. Joseph Oalnesvllle hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. out to all of these.
have gone '' 4 4e
'- 9 3
derv Stark April 27. girl. .uJ; : .j iiiaur ii r i i ir T

.. t




z4 ferences, and Jefferson loyally sustainedand ville has been visiting friends and MleslseiPPI -MOnday

.p The h Bradford County Telegraph supported Washington's administration. relatives here for the last week. Love, and remaineD Mrs, to netMr

+ KHtJtbllxbnd: 1877 When declined to Oa&41169/e J S r\0r1nat
Washington serve more WOODLAWN'

MBMBBR.PR&5SASSOCIATION. than two terms John Adams became his By Alice Grove Mr. and Mrs
daughter of MacetNnnyHw'alag '
ic *fl.OW A successor and Jefferson followed him. NORMAX-ROSIER: their nephew ,;

l\.nAL EDP'QRIALASsocIAJJaN' Washington and Jefferson did more to Author of "How to Win Friend 4. Miss Mary Love Rosier and and family Sunday,Wesley c"""

clarify new systems of Government than all and Influence People." NI4 Howard Norman were quietly Junior Starling ,?
: { M L. blatttews ________ !Editor!: and Owner Lalit.
other Presidents during the first seventy- married 0 n Monday, April 19. visiting hl., Hle, 11'1'
Howard returned to his camp In neva Hilliard '
SUBSCRIPTION KATE five years in the history 6f our Government. Sunday(

: Yearly $1.3; Six Months. >fl.Ort There is no similarity to present times that

be traced in the of Thomas Jef-
'.1*L .. can
rtibllahed Weekly on Friday. and entered etou- APPROACHIn
J cud Claw Matter at too Pont Office at Starke FU. ferson, the liberal, and Washington, the con-
servative. Their problems, programs and 1893 a panic swooped down on the country like a minkon OFFICE'SUPPLIE
a chicken pen. Arthur E. Stilwell was trying to build
Hard To Digesl issues were devised to meet the heeds of a what is now the Kansas City Southern railway. He needed

sparsely settled country with less than six money: three million dollars. '
In testifying: before the Truman Committee million people. The only chance for him to raise that amount of money

1 which seeking information on the The Nation paused In the midst of a was in Holland, but he knew no one in Holland; he had no

C possible coal strike and the problem of holding ] powerful connections. But if that was where the money "
terrible to "a debt long overdue"to 6
s4 a'I' war pay
was, then that was the place to go. So Arthur E. Stilwell
1 down
s:1,: wages, L. Lewis said: "One
of Thomas Jefferson.
the memory started to Holland to raise three million dollars!
way to get cooperation Is to give the workers He recalled that once on a sight-seeing trip he had met a We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordi J

of this country enough to eat The Acid Test Hollander, but for the life of him he could not rememberhis Business Routine Both Civilian
s, ', With coal miner's wages around $1 an name. 'All that he could fish out of the past was that the And MjjJ

i hour, it is hard to digest such a statement.In Our people, through the Congress, will man was in the coffee business. He thought that he might Let Us Supply Your
recognize the name if he saw it in print;;so when he arrivedin tary. Needs
notice of what the world
: f4 In the best-fed country in the world, the soon serve may
looked at the
Holland he went to the coffee exchange and
public would not want to see any group of expect from this country in carrying out our list of members. There it was! John de Geoijen. ----

persons going hungry, but "it would like to announced objective of securing a just and I What was to be his next step? Instead of rushing directly Account Books Box Files

see more proof that a hunger condition ex- durable peace. The question of renewingthe to his prospect, he first learned all he could about Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons

'' ists with men who are being paid $1 or Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act wil] him. He spent two days doing this. He looked up the name Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard
,; I of the boaron" which they had met, the name of the captain, Card Index Files
before in June. As Sumner
t'' '; more an hour. come Congress
and the names of some of the passengers.On Desk Calendars
?' If these men are going hungry, a large Wells, Under-Secretary of State, observes: the third day, he presented himself at the Hollander's Gummed Kraft Tape File Folders
"The': action of the Congress with regard to office. The to him and to learn that
percentage of the people of the United States man was pleased see Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink
this matter will furnish acid test of Mr. Stilwell had remembered so much about him.
f,, ? t' are also going hungry, for it is probable Ink Eraser Mimeo InkShaeffer's
Mr. Stilwell then told him that he was financing a
r that a majority of them do not make the our intentions. and offered the Hollander a job for three years as Skript in Pints and Quarts

(,n+ '! average monthly wage of the coal miner. We should have learned by now that as foreign representative. The man was doubly interestednow Legal] Blanks Legal Pads

We are face to face with the questionof a nation we are not self-sufficient. One ; and, after going into details, agreed to act as repre- Loose-leaf] Ledger Outfits
needs only point to a single instance to show sentative. Through him Mr. Stilwell was able to meet the Carbon Paper Second Sheets
when this nation will call a halt to the ,
Typewriter Paper and Ribbons
financiers of Holland. The stock was prepared for sale, a
the citizen how heavily dependentwe
i ti constant inflation of Inequitiesmay ordinary Oil and
war Typewriter Cleaner
.campaign was mapped out, and the stock was put on the
remain that need correction in particular are on foreign trade, and that instanceis market. Small investors stampeded to get in, in 27 minutes Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper

cases. But the day of the grand hold- rubber. The Japs came nearer to wreck- after the doors of the bourse were opened, the stock issue Post Binders Paper Punches

fl up on threat of strike must end or we might ing our war effort by shutting off importof was snapped up. He had his three million dollars.He Duplicate Receipt Books
took the back to Kansas City and completedhis Ring Binders SalespadStenographer"s
{ this one item than we like to admit. We money
well kiss check living costs good-
as any on railroad; and did such an outstanding job that his road Notebooks
bye. are developing a synthetic substitute for built one-third of the new mileage for the whole United Shipping Tags Merchandise Tags

rubber, but there are plenty of other neces- States for 1893. Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels

Farmers "Salt Of The Earth" sities and luxuries which we will always The pivotal point was the way he approached the one Aico-Grip Tabbing
need that we cannot produce ourselves. man he knew in Holland. He learned all he could about Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink
him before he saw him he placed the under Steel Letter-Size "File-Its"
Farming was the first industry in "Modern history Mr. Wells empha- ; man obligationto
him; gave him responsibility and procured his co-opera- Klasp] Envelopes Mimeo Styli(
America. The farmers went fishing for food,
sizes "has made it clear that no producingand
tion: in raising the money.1111)JNTON And Many Other Items
and chopped down the forest to clear the trading nation-not even the United ,

F land and build homes. Farming is still a States-can be prosperous i in a starving "Busting" hearts In Hampton this .6.

very serious business, a fact that is demon- world, any more than a great merchant can By II. U. Wiggins week. ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL: :

strated today by the division of authority be prosperous; when his i customers and lSTI'nHT1.. One. Wiggins and family and PRINTING
Mrs L. G.
between the Secretary of Agriculture and sources of supply are bankrupt. If we wishto Members of the Senior Sunday I Staike, Leo Wiggins mlngway and family I

Price Administrator Brown. All of the regain peaceful prosperity in our own School class of the Methodist; of the State Farm and Johnnie Bradford County

farm groups have made their arguments before country, we will have to help the rest of church met at the home of theirteacher Moyer and wife of Jacksonville I
Mrs W. L. Andrews, Sat- were visiting Mr and Mrs. H. BI j
committees of Congress, and an analysis the world regain it at the same time. Scoresof urday night for an old-time egg Wiggins Sunday. -

# S1 of those statements shows universal nations are waiting upon us. In a sense pipping. Between showers of Mr. and Mrs. Tidwell of Macon, TelegraphPhone

; ; anxiety to raise all the crops that can be they are like a crew of carpenters standing rain the class assisted! < by Mrs. Ga., are vacationing la: Hampton
Andrews: boiled the out Starke, Fla.
produced on their acreage. They want sufficient with tools in hand. They must rebuild }Home doors on the spacious eggs lawn that this week.

d "w ,ya prices which will keep them on a economics from the ground up. But before surrounds* the And r ews home.I Mrs. Lizzie Wynn or Jackson-

l level with industry. They don't want sub- they can start building, the foundationsmust The class'' practiced songs for

sidies from the Government. They want be laid ''for the new structures. Those their Easter program, played
and Into divers
games entered
t; 4 r credit, through the Government if neces- foundations must be laid by us. If our contests.In .

$ sary, to meet the legitimate needs of their blueprints call for the old unsound founda- the egg pipping contest de4.1

(WY' business. The farmers are not falling for tions of ever-higher trade barriers, they Hilda Brown won first prize, Jean 1he 4JftaaJe
Adklns second. Earl Meyer third,
s fancy political curves'! of the scrappy'Democrats will be left with no choice but to erect and Billy Dyal fourth Those ,

r and Republicans, All they want is a warped nationalistic structures that will one present were: Mrs Eloise Good-

square deal, the same as big and little busi- day be again swept away by hate and war. man, Jean Adklns. Thomas Wads- Welcome in
of worth, Billy Dyal, Carlos Myer, peace. ,i
has been demanding at gates
ness And make no mistake, we will be in the next Ronald Andrews, Cyril Pickren I

Washington. war, too. Tunny Davidson and I Bruce White \
The hostess served the class more welcome In war workWR
If we extend the Reciprocal Trade I
with home-made cake. and tea.
Jefferson And Washington Agreement Act, the world will know that we ,.

The recent Jefferson Bicentennial has definitely intend to lay a sound foundationfor MISCELLANEOUS The Ladles Council SHOWER of the Christian production needs are pressing. No time can be !

been widely observed throughout the Nation. future peace. And then, in the wordsof Church entertained this week on the job. Rest-pauses planned and a;

r Washington and Jefferson represented two Mr. Welles, "The European countries and with a shower for Mrs. Fred timed are the efficient way to make every minute ,
Dodd' the wife of their
theories of constitutional government, and the great Chinese nation can move in that Many pretty and useful gifts pastor.were count. They lessen tension, break monotony, and

Jefferson stood on his own feet, even when direction also and construct their new presented> to the honoree. increase output. Add refreshment: to a restpauseand '

he was a member of Washington's cabinet. economics on that basis The decision is Those present were: Mrs. Fred f
Dodd Mrs. Boatlc, Mrs. Jones, you promote workercontentment.Icecold .
The two men frankly discussed their dif- fundamental.
Mrs. Robt. Dodd. Mrs Lester
Coca-Cola] is refreshment
Kite. Mrs. Ann Guy.. Mrs. Lizzie that does
BROOKERBy Easter guests of Mr. and Mra. Trustees of the Internal Improve- Wynn, Mrs. J. }f. Saxon, Mrs. T. more than quench thirst.Drink it and you .
Raymond Crews of Jacksonville.Mrs. ment Fund, grantor, to Loran C. Chastain, Mrs. Neta Johnson, : K
Minnie Lou Ilazen 1. O. Hazen and daughter, Brown and Ida Brown, $7. O for Mrs. R. D. Cornelius Mrs. Mae feel and enjoy a refreshing: aftersense.Its .

INFORMAL PARTY Minnie Lou, were shopping In :5 acres In the northeast corner Sweeney, Mrs. M. E. Manlre, Mrs. clean, exciting taste always
entertained Gainesville Thursday.Pvt. of the northwest quarter of. the Gerald Adkins, Mrs. Gertrude
Mrs. Coleman Padgett er
Tuesday evening with a Hershel Layfteld of Valdosta northeast quarter of section 3, Slade, Mrs; Lester Slade Mrs. W.M. pleases, never tires. Coca-Cob '

party honoring her sister-in-law, Ga., was an Easter guest township 7 south, range 22 east, Norwood, Mrs. Eunice Wilson, offers something extra. All the
Miss Virginia Padgett. After several of relatives here. He was accompanied April 20.Warranty. Mrs Marjorie Wadsworth and difference between r
games were played, delicious back to Georgia by deed from Corporation rfri!. Frances Wadsworth. Cake something really j
refreshments were served. About Mrs. Layfleld and little son, who -Pine Hill Lodge No. 9. Free sandwiches, and tea were served refreshing and just something to drink.. ,
40 guests enjoyed the party have been visiting relatives for and Accepted Masons, by N. E. a i ito
Misses Barbara
Master' L. A. Horne and .
several days. Baxter, Worshipful ; .
L. O. Hazen of Wllllston was Pvt. Talmadge Kelly of Valdosta Brown Senior Warden; C. A. Marlon Johns spent last! weekendas a, a
visiting his family over the Crosby, Junior Warden; as trustees the guest of Miss Frances Col-
Ga.. was a visitor here Letters from plant managers from '
In Starke.
weekend.Mr. Sunday. He was accompanied and G. B. Colson, secretary, ley emphasize that the little moment for, coast an Ice4olJ r
and Mrs. Mike Tllghmanand back to Georgia by Mrs. Alice a Florida 'corporation, to W. M. Mrs. J. W. Horne and Mr. and Coca-Cola means a I lot to workers in war plants. t
Mrs O. B. Colston were Thomas, who will visit her daughter Lawhon and wife, Lucretia Law- Mrs. Adrian Sullivan attended It's a refreshing moment on the sunny side of
shopping In Gainesville Saturday. Mrs. Kelly. hon. $40 for lots 5 and 6 of block services at the Presbyterian things..a way to turn to refreshment without
3 in Ward City In section 8, church In Starke last Sunday turning from work
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglassand Miss Madeline Crosby of Talla- '
township 7 south, 20 east, even Int;.
Mrs. G. B. Clson were 1 n hassee was a week-end guest of t
April 20; Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Adkins of
Gainesville on business Monday. her parents.Deeds i
County of Bradford. Deed No. Dundee spent Easter'witn Mr. and i-L.q
Miss Esther English and Miss
Louise Edward: of Starke were Filed 116, State of Florida through the Mrs. J. E. Adkins J
overnight guests of Miss Willie Trustees of the Internal Improvement Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns, Mrs.
Mae demons recently.Mrs. County of Bradford deed No. Fund, to Louis H. Hill, of Gerald Adklns and little daughter, } a
113 State of Florida through the Lawtey, $10 for five acres In Louise were visiting. In Galnes-
\ Florence Varnadoe was
visiting relatives In Belle for a Trustee of the Internal Improve- West half of southeast quarter ofsoutheast vile one day last week. _
ment Fund grantor, to L. H. : quarter of northeast Henry Guy of Emory Universitywas vtt
few days. Green, grantee 20 acres In the quarter of Section 20, township 5 visiting his mother here last
Sgt. Bob Long of Ft. Kenning south half of the northeast quar- south, range 22 .east April 20; week-end. w k

Ca., was visiting his parents here ter of the southwest quarter In County of Bradford deed No. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Meyer of !
for a few days recently. section 15, township 6 south, 117 State of Florida through the Columbus. Ga., was visiting Mr. r
Resale Colsonof
Cpl.Valdosta and Mrs Ga.. were visitingrelatives range 22 east, $22.50, April 17; Trustees of the Internal Improve- and Mrs. J: 'I... Meyer last week.
County of Bradford Deed No. ment Fund grantor, to Gertrude e
Mrs. Beulah and
here for a few days.Mr Ivey son. Paul,
114, State of Florida through the B. Bean ley, grantee. $10 for lot the 1y'j
and Mrs. Eldon Hardy were were visiting at home of Mrs.
3 of block 42 of the Livingston
Trustees of the Internal Improve-
J. T. last
visiting Mr. Hardy's motherInaw Guy Sunday!
ment Fund to Walter Donley of Truby Company's subdivision of e
In Gainesville Sunday. Mra. J. T. Guy, Mrs. Norwoodand
i Melrose, $10 for two acres In the northeast, quarter of northeast t
Mrs. James Cason was calledto southeast corner of the northwest quarter of section 28. township 6 Mrs. Myer chaperoned an a U;
the bedside of her mother Easter hunting crowd lad
south 22 east April 20 egg
quarter of the northwest quarterof range ;
]bird.: Padgett, who was injuredIn Friday.
(Ident In section 23: township 8 south, County of Bradford deed No. T / .
,Gainesville an automobile ace Her condition range 22 east April 17; 115 State of Florida through the Mr. and Mrs. Norwood spent You work. better when you are contented
Is fair. T. Alderman and Clara Alderman Trustees of the Internal Improve- Easter with Mr.' Norwood' parents the Job. Remember, contentment come when
Mrs., Gussie Feagle was calledto to Thos. F. Brown and ment Fund grantor to Amelia at Mayo. you connect with a Co>ke.
the bedside of her nephew Laura B. Brown, $120 for 60 Hawkins of Jacksonville grantee Geo. Hayes has* recently entered ?;f!
who la In the Ocala hospital seriously acres In section 33. township 7 $20 for lot 47 of the town of I a home for th aged at Fernan- C
: Injured In an automobile, south! range 22 east. April 19. Lawtey East of railway, section dina. The best always the better
accident, County of Bradford deed No. 23 24. 23 and 26 of townships I Buster Green of the Naval .

c Mr. and Mrs.-O., W. Barry wer 118 State of Florida through the : south range 2 least April 20; 'I statpn In Jacksonville has been BTARKEaCOCA.COLAry 0'BOTTLINCOMPANY'HI IY 11 IJt'






| these girls I'd probably be writIng PermitsCity rt-ordlnir' to law.
Building This 6th' day of April 1943.!
all he time. Florence H llrown,
School Journal Kxectitrlx of the E..tMteof
t1gh long Clerk Carl Johns has recently Mnrcua )'. Hrown I'eceaaed..

"Susie. issued the following buildIng 4t 4-30

I'. S. 'permits:
1..9' ('''' Of NFKtltl.: M 1TP-ICS
I now know why Allene washappy / 19
STAFF 10 K. J. Dahmor on April Ii S '."1

tUITOnJ\L: today. It was her birth- for $200 to convert a garage Into "\Ice IN hereliy iciven' that tinder
Freddie Wimberly Boys Receive Ima Snooper Juniors Assume 1 anti l buy virtue of n final decree offnrecloMure.
'p., -mnt. Turner day. We girls wish you happy looms on his home property on made and rendered. on

{ ? ,?o"),,". Bobby Football Letters Editorial TaskSince return of the day. South Cherry street; I I the 14th day of April A, I' lMi! : ,
Was ln Well, Well! Here ole SnooperIs l ( X Adklnn
| ,ni Anold, Thornton After back again with I To lol.i: Little tcolcired) for 'r.dll'l""of the 'r' ItA'n .;.t In andfor i

I.,..'", Melverna DelayVell. some more our dignified Seniors will Vox Pop Jr. $19.to remodel a building In Mradford Cimnty, Florida, ..lt.
Phyllis Hazen good ole gost.lp. Had such a tlnir' In Phnncery. In favor of
I F,''',ure* Joe Caldwell Judy it looks as if the clashy and hashy Easter break- be so busy thIs lust month of I Reno and add a kitchen lo theprt'lltnt Kriinccki Muihee Crown, joined by

i new Mary school getting prepared for grad- I Dear Editor: building. her htiKhnnd' J. II. Crew -
La Sewell Jewell Carter worries of the team are over! Ing my eggs) on some of thegang's How about article tiffs, and nwalnat Hennle I..ft"Mp.I: ,';
an on being I
uation the Juniors are taking over >
nntl Annie' Mine Murhee, a* I efendiintN -
r op.r( Jimmie Davis, Huh ? I dropped an ear in at 'B. heads that I'm jus' about the paper. A meeting was called sure that Coca-Cola bofXIes! are In*: ()I.tTTIS th* undei'Mlirned a* HpeclnlMauler

I Marian Johns H. S. coming up with my own head all those replaced after being used, ? They WltERKAS God in Ills Infinite In Chancery will offer for
Whltfleld headquarters<< "the office", busted l but ole \\ednesday morning lor mile before the front door of the
Roberta Just in time to hear Mr. Smith Snooperhas Interested I n newspaper work. really don't have to soil drinks to wisdom and mercy has taken unto County Cuurthotmn! at Starke.1 tlrailfoid -
Hutto recuperated enough to let County FlnrMn, on MonrtHV,
Garnlta you
{.lub announce the arrival of the Tor- FI'eldleVlmberly was elected the students and the least we can Himself the Honorable MarcusF. the of May, A. D. 1941
In little of the \
ole 'ln'h"r
nada: football letters. on a good gos. )Edltcr-ln-chlef. The rest of the do Is to cooperate. How can the Brown n member of the Bar ,' leiral hourn' nt pale, anfwill 1
sip. Speaking of Easter my! sell to the highest ami b,'Htbidder
EDITORIAL staff chosen former school make money If it must ro- of the 8th Judicial Circuit of
For a long time It looked as If Did was by our I therefor for canh. the followlntc -
notice all
you the luffly { Editor-in-chief Idalou Davis, with place bottles all of the time ? Florida residing In the City of lands Hltnato, lylner: and l b..-
HOYS OF B. H. S. the pride of the team was not laster bonnets with the blank lOg In tirndfurd County. Florida,

sTlOS editorial for this going to arrive In time. Of course I ribbons on them? Aw, gee whiz, I the help of Mr. Rooks. The ones -"Just Curious"1)ear Starke andWHER1'AS to wit: '
The of I
.pedal i4Wt4 SK'i. rxcept. tiersiii :
( chosen Class News Melverna "Just Curious" '
are: : F.
the :Marcus
we couldn't don't' said >
an article written expect them to be am I a poet and we jus' Stc..rll..r., Hml The SK t of8WI4
we have Blanding. made In such a hurry with all know It ? Please--don't Thornton; Glee Club Roberta I think you have an excellentIdea. Brown practiced his profession nectlon 17, K''. of W.j* of
of Camp answerthat. NKU i:i of .MeetInn to, All I I In tnwnHhlp -
roldler' Whitfield l The trouble with
Arnold this school
Sports Editor.
brought to you. this war going on. Yet It does Getting on with the parade ; with dignity and honor, holding T. Itanwe 21 test: t. Con-
a message/ if Wasdln and Bobble Turner: Special now Is t that not all of the students high above all things those sacredstandard tulnlntr," :19 Hi'reM more or t lei
seem as we to be "Privil there'
B H. S., and all the ought to mention a few names, T. Frank I.Hiidrtnu,
ys of who will make up our eged Characters!" But we reallyare was Pat K.;: with a pert little Features Mary Jo Caldwell cooperate. If they did there of Integrity ability and I i Special Mauler In Chancery.4l .

bOYs t'yelet.1Ma'Raret I'liyllln. Hiizpn and Arline Dew; would be more activities: for us Christian. conduct which have 4t 5-7
lucky to get any at all 'cause plaid suit trimmed with
g fn :es.i Uncle Sam is requiring most of H. In Jersey' suit with Ima Snooper, unknown; and Vox all to enjoy. Maybe your letter endeared him to his brethren at ;I I %..flie ..f Intention. t.. ai'i.lv h. the

Pop Jr. Unknown. This doesn't arU answer will stir them l..isiseure. ..f fr'lwrlila ,
COUNTKYjii : such my up.Hero' this Par andWHKREAS. : I. |> at w a
I'ont materials for his heroes. made of
I I coat red linen or maybe i ilit l.ucitl ..r **ievlnl I..",, \
We worries was rose. You /see I'm not I necessarily mean thin the above hoping so. the Bar A ocla- Notice IN hereby vtven. to nil whom "
say our are over,
vou !Joys of Bradford will be the staff next year. Of -The Kdltor. I It lull v concern that. I Inn timlerHlKiied -
Judicial Circuit
but are they? You know. we quite sure because me eyes have I I tlon of the 8th 'Intend tn Apply for the Le51s.latti. I .
Into serif course., we realize that we will
11 be solng some have got to think whether Ve: been bothering; me a little lately. Dear I Kdltor: wishes to express Its sorrow at ( '" of Florida to |>aim lIt thelleKulnr
make the! Seniors HeHNinn I.n! '
"turn held In artpeclnl
greenwith ,
m. country. The right should let our gals wear them or Seems most of the girls chose ; I'm new hero Could you tell the pausing of this fine character i I or Local I...\. concerning i .

Into these different not. suits that were becoming. : envy" at our ability 10 NOW, THRUKFORK.: : IT Uradfori! ('iii a I t Klorldii, which
t 10 go After all these are probablyour very me how I could get acquainted. ,: : v'I"t ; f
to carry on the paper successfullybut law In milmlance I UN followa; AnAct .
n (ia 10 have the Idea last oneVhat,; d o you Naturally there were so many I Especially with the boys. RKSOL.VKD.: by the Bur AssociaI I to .authnrlxe nnd permit theMount '

best of it, because if think ? beautifully dressed lassies, that suppose there la nothing we I tkm I i of the Kill Judicial Circuitof of County. CnmmlMHlonerii I.fPS 11
the Bobby Don't think "Flirty.
you can do about it. iit ford ..\llly. Klorldii. to Irll.."-
,'n' you will have two that girl is going to have to be its hard to mention all of them. I DeorTllrty": Florida, that we express our fer immnyN now cm'lied lit: tin'lwhich
-1'. H. \
grief at the of the Honorable accrue to the credit of
before even passing may
you extra Bumped into some the freshman
in you special It she
wears your The: best advice I can give youIs the Hoard County VtnmlHuloner :
Make the most of the letters ? frills over In Gainesville: to natural and not Marcus K. Brown, and that of I ri'I County, Florlflii, i In thellotnl t
act flirty. : : :
are getting now tother Thursday. afternoon buying Let's Do Our PartThe the President of this Associationbe r"I KefiindlttK I: Account, : I. it hit toKtich
Ion, you Well You will become
they haven't "hezactually"got gradually acquainted otlfpr Kundit held I In the name
more serious about getting the their Easter outfits. Of course with all. and! she is hereby directed to of nnd admltilHtered I hv the ....Iel l \

f because it will letters yet but I heard none other than that adorable new war bond, quota which send 11 copy of this Resolution to timid. ..r County CrdninlMNlonerN, of
Jmowledce some rumors that ---The Editor. I I ti .iiI toni County, Florida, HN Mhnllbt I I
: they would get has. been thirteen billion :
set at the members of the of the
[Cou ''lemendoualy in getting Betty Turner and those younger family deemed. to be to the lient, In-

T. Being able to think fastIng them next time we have ass.mbly.Well Green girls. They wpre all a- dollars Is well on Its way to be- Dear Editor: : ileceasocl, and that she be further crest of the County of IIIaitfuril' ,
.. .
Htale ii f Florida a* H whOle, hv I the
i able to grasp the train boys If it hadn't been dither deciding which to choose. ing filled Starke alone sold $27.- Can you tell me If Lyle Anderson authorized and directed ti> move ; 1u1 ill Hoard. of County "'Coinitilmli-

ffeied to you In these serum for good Old Uncle Sammy youcouldn't just like Nina Bishop and Bobble 125.00 worth of bonds Saturday plays In the band. ? If so, what .the Honorable Judges of the 8th era Thl,. notice authorised. I In reiriilarNenHlon ,

be easy If you work a, have gotten those lettersso Cameron when I bumped Into afternoon A military 1 I band. Instrument ? I'm just crazy about Judicial Circuit for an order : of the Wonrd of CountyCommlHMlonerN '

school now. let's help him. Remember marched down main street t followed his hair-cut! spreading thin' Resolution upon the I Ipernlane'nt of t Hradford, I'on n I V. .
hardL-i In your them. thIs 5til day of April A. 1>.
things will make when we were in need he helpedus by several speeches after Admirer.. records. of this court I II Florida 1943.
< all these GIRLS! and ) did
( boys get
I 3 so now he is in need let's help you which the sale began. It Is really sitting In and for Bradford Hoard of County ('ninnilssioners
m asset to your country and hear the 120th band Dear Admirer: Hradford '
to see of Cimnty I Florida u I
In this war him. Put all those precious surprising. what Slurke can do I County. Hv M. O. llarrell. Chalinian.Attrxt ,.
l lao >0 yourself. main drag Saturday afternoon Yes. Lyle Anderson plays In the ,
nlckles and dimes into War Bonds up on when she gets clown to facts and I Unanimously pussi'd! this 19th : A, J. ThoniuH" ;
d In need of skilled and ? It's said that Hitler's funeral band. The Instrument he- plays is Clerk .-0 Bt 5.? '
and Stamps. That's what it will does It. day of March A. D. ltt13.KIGIIT1I .
It I men and this country canu was being preached but I u clarinet. I know Lyle will be .
take to be able to tfiosc I : JUDICIAL. HAlt I" cntci l' m ill'. till 3 uYIitis
get We should all bo Interested In .
[ all to help end this terkar precious didn't see any hearse or ambulance glad to hear someone say that she "0' %'I't 8'8'HIIII'1 1% t" 3 ..-
letters again.Freshman this great campaign which meansto .
he Is about his haircut. I'I'ASROCIATION. 49:113:
for proof of It. Maybe crazy ,
freedom and Clara Floyd President IN ItK-:: "o'nnla.1..ol"lIon' of
us we
training you will get Insrl'vlc..s was dragged there. Hear the I everything -Kdltor.Dear : I.IIIKIITV; I Pity Ct.KANKIlH: AN1
FrillsLast have today. though most of u.. Selilen F. Waldo Acting I.AUNIHIV I! : I COMPANY u Fliiida.cui.iiit .
| will make you bond sale wa a big success too.
I do nof realize it. Very little it Editor; : Secretary and Chairman Ion.Cam I
increase Marian FrancesColley No. 24 .15OIlDKIl
> and also your I did see Johns
;i i Monday morning bright | should be for ua to sacrifice a What U. your: opinion of guts. of Committee 'I : : OF IM'HI.ICATIOV' ANDNOTICM
In the field of war and Barbara Home taking
(flge I TO API'KAIl:
and little time nnd. a little pleasureto who try to attract attention by Ivan Odle,
\\fy You will enjoy this new early Mr. Smith Mrs. 1'er- all this In. On the other side of HTATW (II.' KI.OUIUA tot lists
j kliw, Mrs. Ball, and all the Ninth I help promote such worthy acting loud and showing off ? This J. Harry! Srhud. I.ovett and' to all I I purlieu I IntereHted
utdoor training classes the drag were seen two newcomers ,
is I In liberty Dry Cleaner* and Laundry -
not and It to
|,ts. etc You will mako Grade boys came Into our roomfor I who have been here before cause. lady-like seem Company, a Florida' Cot'porutlon -
Offlro of all Mini
me that they then Dhow their true "aupli| for :
with from the purpose of holding a class and all know them. They If you have no way particularlyto I
boys we
I lendxhipg/ xnlo at Ihn Itriulfcnl ('( Yon are required to appear on
iits of our country. You meeting. (I might put in hel'e that were Herman Zoomonkl and MarIan help with raising funds for our age mentally. Jllnly !May 101 h, 11HI.: In the above named
what Disgusted.. Trlegranli.! Court, uiiil. cauxe, herein a
of I
some us girls didn't know national defense than
I she Is quite a you
also given to you by youry Love. Yep. majority of the Block holder seek !
the best food in the to do with ourselves with so many young lady now. I had to borrow likely have some spate time that Dear Disgusted: 1'1C.INilC'IIF.IJIJLE/ the voluntary: : dlnlutloii: :: of aaldcoiporatlon.
My opinion of girls who to I I llrndforc County t Telicrapli Is-
I and also you will be clothed boys around.) Well as I was I a pair of spectacles before I you are wasting and which couldbe Southbound shall pullih cull. Order In '
act loud and show off Is this
saying before I so rudly interrupted to use. In cane have : next four weekly. Issues.WitiiesN .
best money can buy. could recognize her. Not knowing' put you No. 1 (local) due Starke 11:10P.
Those girls not only .seem disgustIng my hand Hint official
dea getting all this free myself the subject to be I thought I might be looking good Intentions but don't know ;M. ."111 I nt I'Ital'k"o'I..rldll., thin April
I discussed at this meeting was what to do, take a gentle hint; to you but to their friends, If 3. ID 1.1.:
board a movie star right; In the face. No. 191 ( Miami) due Starke 10:38P. : I "
linn. room you I have A. J. ThonmlAa ,
they any anti especially tothelJ'
"How to celebrate the end of our the Red Cross wants volunteer .
check. since this was at the bond sale. I M. Clerk of said I '", .t.Knl.t.t .
| monthly
get a pay friends. I with
Freshman year In High School 1 Surely hated to see the boys workers in every field possible. boy agree No. 107 ( local) due Starke 0:50::; FFICIAL: .a SIOAI.)
that Isn't very I about their I I & Knitchl Htaike I"I'riluiAttorneys
you say you dispositions. ,
(for of the fortunate Go down to the American Legion
some more
from Camp Roosevelt! leave so A. M. for I'etltlonera.., 4-0..341.
but think of all the Ger. members of the class.)" 1.11'.1 Thought they would I I'be j Hall some Thursday afternoonand They are not acting very lady Northbound I I
early Sunday.
[ Italians and Japs who are i like. Editor.IV .
-- '
Smith gave a very nice talk explaining here at least until Sunday get something to do. No. 2 ( local) due Starke 4:46: iv f'llIt"'I'r. counT nit tiiKoitiil
g practically not hlng to I :lit %:I'' 1'.11". .\ 411 %%.
some of the reasons why night, but In pops Chester McKinney Perhaps sewing and knitting do I UK'I IT fit I "'1', HII tllPnlll A. M. : 9:111.: u

| for their country and not we should not go somewhere on a''I and "now or never" I not seem to a boy to be very ....1 >TV, KI.OKIII1 IV tll S >- No. 193 ( through ) due Btarhe' Helen/ OlonmndeN, .aln known MMF.iithokln
half the things which we says < t.lt: \ 1: omande! *, I'lalnllff, I I va. ,
ifftred.pralng( I picnic. Although we were If you are going with me. And : I Important., Thereare: _things for: Carolyn. Walsh, {Plaintiff va. 5:28: A. M. I in mini I IHomanilnii, J'efendant.. CunaNo.

to be able to go to, say,hOPing" he was taking his car back to all people or an amos ana an ClmrleH; 2411. AV'nlxli. Defendant.. CUHONo. No. 108 ( through) due Starke 24'I2. .
Oft 1)I'flt' OF riMILTfATlONANI
up all that has been Head Branch we want to camp with him Earl and Billy j. tastes. Boys why not take a OltlilCIt OK' ....nt.H'"TION 6:30: P. M. I > NOTICK TO AF'f'KAItHTATK I

Jdun't forget going Into the I crate with Mr. Smith as said I "now", and it was course In civilian defense or even AM: II NOTICK; Tfl APPHAItHTATK No. 44 ( through reservation OF Kl.oltlDA to: 1l.irnonIiulnrid.'s I
sadly .
OK FI.OIIIDA to: < 'lull'leuWiili.li. who "legal resiilent'sis
e of the United States possible so we have no other alternative good-bye. I join the Civilian Motor Corps ? whimn. leKHl. residence. ,IH train) due Starke 2:51: P. M. 24 Lamont ..Htreet lloxlmry ,

I be. and I am sure it is, an than to cancel any planswe That would be a good thing to do ('h Ii's' "o, IHIllolM I I Hllfl WhciHfl prttHefltaddreutt I Htarke and IU-II AlnNHiichUNett, and whose preetitmlilrexH \
FLASH! FLASH! and Congrats. IN U. :s. rl. Wyoming, cur la II A C (jichool. Camp I
1 to all men of this country. might have for a picnic and Two bashful biddies. Betty Turner and If you're looking for excitement of Fleet I'u lotrle.., New; York New I No. 101 leaves I Starke 7 A. M. I Carion. ('.lorado. "

forget boys of America.AVE start thinking of something justas what more could l you ask York : No. 102 arrives Starke, 1:50: ... M. You. are required to appear on
and Joyce Prevail receivedtwo Von are rriiulrcd tn appear on May 17th 194:|, In the uhove nameil .
I A WAR TO WIN and nice that won't take as much of Easter choco- In case of an ajr raid or some- May 22ml., 11M.1 In :the alxivn namedCourt I C'i>urt anil, ciiuie, wherein: plaintiff (
ends the large boxes Is and cause, wherein plaintiff iv THH corvrv Ji IMJIT* cot IITIV pu.eks dlv'orce. Hradford County
youth like that ? The training
upon you.
gas time and, perhaps money. I lates. Some girls have all the thing seeks divorce mid Maiden. name,, MI Kl.l. II II A U K O It l> Telno-rnph hall puhlldh, this OrderIn

nerlca. After lunch we all got together open to anyone with a car at his rextored. I Itradford County TeleKrapli Cot VI'V, FI.OHIII *. next four weekly IHIMICN.Wltne .
luck it seems. her disposal and classes are being "hall puhllxh thin order. In IN 1(10( KHTATK;; : ttV.f: I ** my hand and official nenlnt I
Cpl. Ben Stone again. with the exception of Mr. I AnKAlTlUNVan.: or next four weekly. Ixntiea.VllncHH MAItCI'M I. HKOVVN, Hlarke, Florida, this April 12.
66 Q. M. Smith and decided on the type of I ADDED held every night at the \ my hand. und offlclnlftpnt IIKCHAHKII.NOTH'M: lH3.
dering down the hall tother day Torode Motor Co. nt Htarke. Florida. this April : TO CltunlTOIlH: I A. J. Thnina.
66 Division. I party we would have. Several hall 20th iml. You anti each of you are hereby A* Clerk of said. <'ourt.Knlitht .
ik you Cpl. Stone. I am suggested. Among ,! and landed right study Something that should 1 be of A. J. TlioinaN, notified I and required I to prenent A KnlKht Htarke "Florida
\ types were and of all things what should I the In relation to AM Clerk of HH)11| Court.KKICIAIj any rlalniN' anti demand which you, Ally for I'lf.
Interest to girls
flat our boys here at Brad- them were hay rides. formal of "little chil- 14) 101"\": 1.1) or either i of you, may have nwalnMt" I 4-IH 4t 11.1 (OFFlCtALHRAI.AT .. .)
I see but a group la the uniform which the Katate' of !MarcUH 1'. llrowii
hould and do. realize the and Informal It (his course KnlKht & KnlKht' Hturkv, KlorldJlAttyH. "
luncheon party. dren" including June Hloss Dooley for I'lf. 4-tt 4t 5-H lieneaned, late. of eiilfl 1 County, to
'tanee of going Into the. ser- was brought to a vote and the I any person completing the courseis I the County, Judvt* o f HradfordCounty FIRST
Packham : :
of Davis and Hazel allowed to weur. Uniforms, at- : Florida. at hIs, office inC :
our own country. majority wanted a n informal around Mrs. Ball watchIng XITICH' \I'I'I.U"'I"O". nutr he Court I lloiiH. at Hlnrke, Florida -D '
-Editor. we'll have a swell gathered tract girls and now's your chanceto \ \ i>riitHrniilF : : within eight calendar m, .*nthn
I'm .
party. sure her draw pictures of small wear one. Let's get out and ( 11111 %... l time and at the same time know NJTICIIH; HKItKIIV:, :/ OIVK.V of I hid. ",""It's. Km: 'h claim. I nr
sacrifice I animals. do our part towards! winning thewar. That. Krert "Hinllh holilrr ..r 'I'..x demand' miiHt he In writ In* and niiintMtati '
for Jingles that we are making a Just where do you suppose Mar- Ccrllflfule Nn. 27r, IMKULI! the 2nd the plac.. of residence And 6'

for the good of the country Hall that corporal's pin ? day of $8fpteml -/1/>. 1)3! hits poHt offlri* fiddreHN. of th t cliii'in-
i Junior class Is into concerned. I Jorle got fllrrl: 1 am;** In my ;; .'" MIM! hasiiiittle nnt and miiNt I.., Mworn t" .liy theClaimant. USE
coming where gasoline is f She surely does make It shine. I opl>lI'oll..n for II tux, ..lepi| his' invent, or hlx uttor i
r. We now have charge of Nuff sed let's take a look at :, she's thinking of "Him" because Home EC GleaningsFor I In li InMliei thel-ron. MaId. hey, nr I lie seine will heroine volil 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS
know .
erntirHt tho
flratM "
pool paper and can bet the social side of life for awhile | r"rll-1 .
you she sits with dreamy eyes the last two or three days ftrrlhfil. proi">erty In the (
| going to do a swell Job. now that we have discussed the You're doing all Urii'irord. foil II I.. of "'I..r""", lo-wll : ,
i all the time. I of lust week we have been Writing All NKt of Nl:' of BW'i r. of I
| h to extend our sincere business affairs of the week. j I right Soldier, with someone to study questions for our test which Ily.. Hff. ;20.! Twp.: 5 H, It. 22 Kant;' ,
Iby to ACTPH, ire or INH. '
Dorothy Faxon who ami Collette that containing 8 m
Spied. on Pee-Wee think of you as much as Is to be tomorrow. (Tuesday). .i 'I'h" nxHeKMni..nt of the MnM propfrty -I| i
ailed to Mobile Ala., last I and who should they have "snow : i-Iunet'tp.: : Marj. does. From thoso questions that MIss' under the ivitlrl. 1'f.rllflcHt tinned i FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES

because of the death of her and Nick. I ,; Seems wan 'In that astute of t". A'j i iFlxher
ed under" but George 'I SPECIAL FEATURKS: Norman picks out we will have : I I

mOther. Boy! This brotherly & sisterly Lorene Moncrief couldn't find I test I sincerely hope that I'nloHM "nl hI certificate shall he FOil COURTEOUS COUKECT; INFORMATION
our ... I to .law t tliproperly .. I
rffl l act'ortllnK
re out me< PLEASE;); I'HONE 117
i sorry that i'ljyills Martineen love! anything else to do Sunday someone will wish us luck the day I deHcrlheil therein will .,

sick for about a week Willa Jean Is back in school at Keystone Beach rather than before since that seems to be the suit. !/ to I the hllthext .bidder. lit 1'1.|
th first Mnnility -
"pe) that she is able to reIi and apparently none the worse to forget where her feet were. usual custom. I'otirthouMw i In the iloor month on of e June: I lull,1,

ichool soon. for having had the mumps. She I II Because reports are that she has Two weeks ago when we were whl,,-h IH the 7th ilny of June of UNION BUS STATIONLACY
fiHteil this 20th day
(number or our junior girls returned last Tuesday and has I a badly bruised spine from slid- doing what we culled cooking I UUo"'I"IC"I.U. JUU'I

begun since! I'' down the slide Must have walk Into the kitchenfor ( SKA1.. ) A. J. CONWAY, Agent
working for Southern I I been telling jokes ever ing happened to Clerk of circuit, Court of tIred ir.ird' '

since the change In the i think she has 'an Inexhaustible : been fun while it lasted though. ( some reason or other) and County Florida. ..2:1: 4t 515iv I II Temple .A,'e. Starke Florida

schedule which enabled BO I I supply. By the way Arline says shecan't aw Nina'and Sara In the act of I _

I I think of a more enjoyable From then on I II f'IIU'IIT entice ii n 'UFOIIiI. ,
students to toast-making. .
work in the aft- adjourned again iv c It t ,
Legislature ( (II vrv. Fi.ouinti
out ..... .
The girls who have be. much to Wanda's and Doug's satisfaction place to be since Sunday than wondered and still wonder If they I ('KMV. +- --a "-- -- p --- .e.ae.eeCWe

'lathing as telephone opera- It sho' is grand-so I at Thompson's Dinette eating.around As ever at it. ''I Carter Puttie (I'efendant Carter Plaintiff.("05.. No va.242ft.niiriBK I.uclle. Do Superior Work

Ire: Melverna Thornton 'everyone who has been Anil now for the wonder why : OP PITHLICATION J"
Jo I've heard. I for at least 30 minutes' I AND NOTICR Tf APPBAKHTATK
Arline I f
CaMwell. Dorothy Faxon this is enough corn for I department- OK Ff.OIUDA/ to: I.uclle
ret Strlrgfellow Well. knows how she craves food Snookey and Bob were all Barter whose renldenre In Houta I

Margie Reddish.Margaretand one time. So long. -B. P. think she Is absolutely right. dressed up Sunday. Same goesfor Box You II, are Everett required<'It)', to i1eorIa.l appear on For Better Cleaning -

Seems all Snooper has time to Frances Colley. May loth ft43 In the ahov. named

here I go Court and{ caul*, wherein plaintiff.
Grade do is wander anyway Dot R. likes to primp- seeks divorce and l other relief.Hrndfnrrt

Newshad Fourth Grade again. While on a wanderingtour Shirley B. likes to comb her County Telegraph' halipublish TRY THE
Order In next. rourw..k
tother day
in Jacksonville! hair during first period.

tcnla our Easter Egg Hunt Enjoys PicnicOur who do you think I saw walking Margie D. looks nice all the Iy Ifmuea.Wltnemi my .hand and official Heal, I NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.

on Thursday. Every- towards-well! maybe 'they at Htarke Florid. thIs April 3rd..

ad lots of fun. France Mosrge class enjoyed week.a picnic We took on want down that kept a secret. Anyway time Oh. Well! If I kept up with 1943. A. J. Thomas and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners :

Canova and Mary Friday of last three good-looking En- A. Clerk of "aid Conrf.OFFICIAL. j I
Matthews of the school there were ( flEA I.) 813 Temple Your I'hnne
west Patronage
were visitors. our lunch Stelnle. Dorothy !
escorting the m-Freddie, Hersey. Virginia Knight A Knight Clarke Florida
e signs
won the prize which was building and played games before Jewell and Pat. Gee kids how Payne and Jimmie Davis. Say Att,.. for Plf. 4-9 4t .-30 Atrnne Appreciated 135Prompt :

tamps for finding! the most and after lunch. Edward milk Mathews for- do you do it? Wish they would Mr. Rooks. take pity' on them iv ciHcriT .-...( HT. Jill 'nroniCOI > ..-- --" ... L TO 0 I !

furnished a bottle of let me in on one of tbelr little won't you ? "TV.. KLOIIII | IV IIAV- o "- ... .... ... - T "- .
era l Harding a CKHV.Huth: .
boys and girls have each child and Tommy Glimpsed Dooley Davis wearinga Ferrell Graham, Plaintiff v*. ,

blent this week Because of small cake for each. We also had trick! whole wandering corsage of gardenia Sunday. I.ydwell N. Oraham, efendant.. : ; ." II
imp fruit and During my Cane No. 2423O Service Careful I Drivers 1
pickles Pfc. in the Air
sandwiches, tour though I didn't see Marjorie Came from a / r>Efl of PInt.lCATIOV 1I

--M, Mlddleton teacher. eggs. first time over the Corps. Wonder If all the A. C. ANn NOTICR; TO API'fA
teacher. Reddish STATE OP FfSjninA to: lydwell.V.
Mrs.\ Hart week-end. What's the matter boys are that sweet ? Draham whose residence la 102Sfllorla

Grade Girls Marj.. don't get around much anymore Spotted an' Jotted Nina Carolyn Ca roll fl a.Avenue, Durham North; Starke Taxi Service ''N
or Is it that handsome and Freddie tripping along You are required la appear on
room ban brown wallet containing with some handsome May 3rd., 194J In the above named '
looked LOST-one bearing so tother night
cheer- been
very shots brunette I've Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff 11
the last few days because drivers license snap about recently. who Is taking Lieutenant. following them. seeks tllvor..... Hradford County Phone 150 n
'e Brannen small amount of cur much all for kid Tejearraph shall publish tithe Ord.r
and a time ? Guess that's now. ;
ul! brought some returnto so much of your In next four weekly 'lueuea.Wltneite F'
white roses to school. rency. Finder PLEASE Rooks certainly does havea dies. Ole Ima Is plannln' to don mv hand and official' neal

have been Davis room 123 Mr. and trek to the .t xtarke, "Florida this April 2nd,
Idalou glad rags
when be speaksto
,ut Practicing so we terrific voice un Day Night' ::1:1tl
on a play. WiB are also in the back room in USO Tuesday night. See you (OFFICIAL flEA r.) A. J. Thom :1I
kinds for the girls Clerk of atd ('nlrtCharles ,
:1g of all Aa I
Very hard for final Office aupplleos English class.: They there. Fla
ex his 6th period I >nil"r, JacksonvIlle
'lonl. Bradford County -.Im.. .... .. .... :
44t 4-JO -- - J
The .
side at Include Hazel Packham, Gladys Ally for fit. Ii Ii'I

-Joyce Moore. Telegraph. .
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: J "' Unusual Park Dew-Beane Mundys Buy Lot -.rlne Roth .

.4 i1L'Ji jti.-i SOCIETY and CLUBS Being DevelopedBy Lotilxlana.I.. 101& Fourth Btre\" 'I.Id.."".
__ __ __ __ __ __ Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dew an- Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. W. B. You are required .
u -- ---- --- -- --
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I Mr.\ and Mrs. RennoldsMr. nounce the engagement of theIr Mundy purchaoed from the heirsof June 7th. 1943 'In Ihl I'' "P.'I..'.
Court and CHunt, 1.....
Musical Program Dance Honoring: Miss Sara Hope Haynes daughter, Celia Oi'acL to Staff the W. T. Weeks estate an at- eekii. divorce. ) Wh" ,,, ,''I) lhtltt.

Enjoyed At USO New 66th Division Becomes Bride and Mra. L. A. Rennolds, Sergeant Edwin H. Beane, Jr. The tractive lot adjoining their homeon Telegraph In next/ four shall weeUl pu"l, |,.| ''I"hi,
: 1 of the Gardenia on South Walnut, north. lot Is 100x210 U
marriage will be an event of Wednesday the The WltneKii my hnim'
.i4e.J.. J. Sunday Afternoon Held Tuesday NightA Of Arthur Nelson Holliday have spent much of their time May :5.I and will take feet and is between 7th and 8th seal 26th. at 1943.OFl'1ClAL Htarke. Flor rl j;" U

.., .r during the last month buildingthe place In the 66th Division Artillery street, extending all the way from i ( SEAI; ) I :,
of civilians and brilliant formal dance was A beautiful \
: A crowd event of "
_ large Sunday "Beautiful Gardenia Park, Blanding. Cherry through to Church utieet. An. Cleric' 'IIIt,
... .4 service men enjoyed a musical given Tuesday night by the USO- afternoon at five o'clock was the and the public, in general will\ Chapel at Camp T Frank I>an The has dozen(
Sun- in honor of from Sgt. Beane, son of Mr. and property a pecan Atty. for I'lf. ,
:: program at the USO-YMCA YMCA a group marriage of Miss Sara Hope Hay- soon be reaping the benefits of
_ The was the 66th Division of Camp Blan- of Mrs. E. H. Beane of Jacksonville, trees on it, and the purchase gives -
: ,YMI day afternoon. program nes, daughter Dr. and Mrs. O their labors. On a lot 50x100 feet.adjoining ,
Informal In nature and was held dlng. The dance was In natureof L. Haynes, to Mr. Arthur Nelson the Gardenia the Is with the Station Hospital Medical the Mundys three large adjoining I'v' cnuiir minijotvr '' lilt
on lota. Jos. E. Wilson of the Harold : ,. ?.?? ,;_ \I''IIM'
.. ; .4 In the lounge of the building a welcome to Staike and gave Holliday, Jr.-ofthe U. S. Naval east, they are preparing a lily Detachment at Camp Blan : ; : ''H\\
C. Wall the
Acting as master of ceremonies ample evidence of the actual exIstence Reserve. The marriage took placeat pool 45: feet long with "twin dim;. Agency negotiated O..cllr H, Orlni riah;,
l ; sale. R. Grim' Defendnnt, ', )J
t. Pvt. Dave Magruder who of the far-famed Southern the First Methodist church I ( i, ,v, ,:t
:: ;. : was islands" connected by the "Su- OHIIEH Oo' "rill.K' JT"
connected with station hospitality.The i the ring Miss Haynes Honored ANn NOTII"
c. :' was ceremony being performed wannee River",Bridge. STATE OF ToI'I'F.'R

k ; -. ; WMT. Cedar Rapids Iowa, girls who served as part- by the Rev. O. C. Powell, pastor Among the many attractive By Two HostessesMrs. Sparks on Committee. n. Grim Mnrvlnn.lfoil who.1"1.1"11I11'M. r"HIh' az:
of the
; handling of the
clever church.
and his made In -
a lovely picture
_ ners features of the "park" are the A letter from James* S. Pritch- are re .; '. .. : program added greatly to the occasion. their gay evening dresses and The church was artistically dec following: Stern's Filling Station; O. L. Beasley and sinter, ard Secretary of the Florida Court fun. 7th.and 11143 In Wh..r"th* ..hI?,p'at'"m....
\ : ; came from Starke, Key s t one orated with palma, Easter lilies Dixie stables ouxe. ,ii, p lnllft
; with five fine horses Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, complimented School Board Association, under veekH divorce. nVadforJ
i : The program was opened by Heights Lawtey, Raiford and and white roses; the altar was and mule; the old well with the Miss Sara Hope Haynes on Thurs date of April 23, informed S. E.J In Telegraph next/. four.ha 11 puiii Isyu", I I ouniy>*<1"Wllne.
'. Cpl. Anthony Gledratls who wing Crescent City.Distinguished. banked with potted palms and "old oaken bucket" I .... weekly <
; the clubhouse day evening, April 22, by givinga Sparks, member of the Bradford my hand, 4
-_. .'r; "Angus Del" by Bizet and "Ave visitors presentat white roses were 'placed among with miniature waitresses; very Informal supper, at the County Board of Public Instruc- 361 seal h at 1943.Htarke, FloridaI ") ",IpnlIOFfolCIAL '1,1

.. il. ..% Maria" by Rosewlg. Cpl. Gledratls the affair Included MajorGeneral the greenery. Tall baskets of highway leading to the municipal Beasley home on N. Walnut St. tion, that he had been named aa ( ; SEAL; ) A ,

- i ; was a well known concert H. F. Kramer, Capt. Good-' white gladioli and fragrant Easter airport; city dock; duck pool; The dining table was covered a member of the Association's I T, Frank I.ltndl'um A. Clerk, "'f 'U"'"nr .m"rt

I 1L :.i4 singer and musical director In win, Lt. Voso, and Lt. Moore. lilies were placed on each aide "Sambo and Sarah", colored, sitting with an imported cut-work cloth Executive Committee. He was Atty for Pit. Wa 4 t II '?,\,

-, ,,J. .', t"f: : civilian life. Punch was served in the lounge of the altar; and seven-branched on the bank fishing; also with insets of Point de Venice. appointed by the President, M. B. -

.. i.. Pvt. Guy Masaano, famousnnnnnllnnlHt during the evening fiom a table candelabra in which burned tall "Ramrod", white boy, with a The center piece was four pink Arnold, and will represent the fol- IV ('lit!.IIP ('01 II'I'. ,
.- C --_ then nlaved I "Jolly .!"n?."-tArl hv A beautiful arrangement cathedral candles sending their large fish on hl$ line; "Dinah", candles In blue holders, and on lowing counties: Dixie, Levy, Gil- I e'oi': %:.'Y, P.OIt I I It t I 1111lW"R I" I H I\

'I ; iI. Cabellero"; ; nd-- "Accordion; ; Med of roses lgidloP: nk oft glow over the sanctuary. the colored "washer-woman" who each end of the table was a blue christ, Columbia, Union, Alachua, I I Porothy. J. Moos., Ji i t.Walter I'

; ley." The medley was arranged and blue asters and pink roses Preceding the entrance of the washes very energetically when bowl of flowers/ in pastel shades. Bradford, Putnam and Marion. I Case No.L.2451:\.loose. J I Unt

: by Pvt Massano himnelf and wan graced other tables throughoutthe wedding party, Mrs. F. H. Long, the wind turns the windmill to The place cards were held by Mr. Sparks hastened to accept I I I (tit r'tIr OF PPHU' v',

,. .i extremely clever and entertaining. looms. organist, played a program o 1 f which she is attached;, the old quaint little vases filled with pansies he appointment in the following r BTATH ANO NOTICI3 OF1 PL.OU11IV TO' .I"i :.;','

:'- Adding a feminine touch Jo the The Grand March was led by nuptial music. Mrs. Ethel M. hoot owl in the tree-top; the old- i words: "In humble gratitude I I 14.. Aloone, Jr., uhtiM C
Biggs sang "0, Promise Me": (De- fashioned gourd ducks, deer, etc. the Ulh Hanover stn.*. ,
l ; program Floradelle Kimber sang Mills Faye Peterson president of ; Besides the honor guest Miss accept appointment as Executive Maryland.You 'I
; :.' "Indian Love Call" and "As Time the Girl's Service Organization Koven) and Mis. A. Z. Adkins When entirely completed the Haynes, there were Invited Mrs. I Committeeman of the Florida are required i .,

.' Goes By" In a. beautifully clear and her esCOrt, and was directedby and Mrs. Biggs sang as a duet; Park will have a variety of beautiful 0, L. Haynes, Mrs. J. A. School Board Association, and011I111 Court June 7th.and, 1941 cause: In, wheixeekti (Itt ,

j i soprano voice. Miss Freddie Wlmbeily. "I Love You Truly" (Bond). The flowers. The lily pool will I Mrs. W. H. Thomson. scanlan'j be in Tallahassee April 30, divorce. nriKlfui,,, M'J'flirt

i ; ; Both Cpl. Gledratls and, )\rs. Later in the evening an Ice -traditional--- wedding.. -, -. .matches. were hav, two feet of water, with six I E. H Johnson, Mrs. J. to attend the meeting. I will ask In Teleicrnjih nxxt four shall weekly publish l 1".11 I' '
1 i Kimber were accompanied at the course was served to the men and I usea anu during me ceremony; varieties of colored water lilies, leading citizens of the nine coun-I WltnvNH, my hitIsa ,
; piano by Mrs. Betty Flack. their partners. Mrs. "Long softly played "Trau- cattails, bulrushes, wild Iris and I wright, Mrs. Fred Guy, Misses I ties to write or wire their repre- 26th I al'94ark.: .., Io'lol'hl ,:,

All the artists were enthusiasti- During Intermission, an entertaining merl. other water plants.There Evelyn Stump, Frances Peek, Ab- entatlvea and aerators to support (OFFICIAL REA T.) AAs .a
The bride was given In mar- will also be fish ble Harley i Elizabeth Joiner, and our program for bigger and CI..rl Stark" '! M
gold I T Frank
received and graciously ( Idindrum, "
cally very was staged by
program Ml
ilage by her brother, Othma t. "
schools. for ,
minnows and miniature turtles in Lillian Sternberg. Atty. Pit. 4:1:11( n'::
r. :. acceded to the many requests for the men. Lt. Ball, who with his Haynes, Jr., and she had as her the '
'.. :. encores. capable floor committee added matron of honor Mrs. James pool. 5 N ('int'i rr .rninr. niitiiponn
to the The Rennolds' work Open House Honoring < oixr. ..UIIIIJ\' IN <'" \ >-
The next musical program at greatly success of the Richard Walnwrlght. Mr. Holli began on ('KHI.Vern: '. War Garden Vic

._ the USO-YMCA will be given on evening acted as Master of Ceremonies day had as his best man, Lt. L. the "Paik" a month ago and expect Col. and Mrs. LongMr. ,Harris. Sheppard IMnlntlff, v".
&hnrl K. Mhrppiird.. Defendant. ,
to have
Mother's\ Day, :Hay 9, at which Major-General Kramer A. Martin of St. Petersburg; and completed withina Cae Vn 2448Olinctl .
spoke briefly at this time and Lt. the ushers were; Earl H. Johnson few days. It will be a "thingof and Mrs. K. G. Duncan en- OF PrBLIOATIOV "
time the public well as all
as Ball also Introduced Miss Virginia and J. Fred beauty and a Joy forever"tSpanish teitalned at eight o'clock dinner AND NOTirn TO AfM'EAIl
Guy. 8TATK "
5 Service men and their guests will Sewell who welcomed the men to The attractive bride was at- and open house on Wednesday 1':. hhcppanl! who," rcHkli-nce In 231 I /:::""" (

i>e welcome. Starke In the name of the GSO. tired in a two-piece navy crepe Fiesta evening of last week in honor of J..I'.y.lamllton". Avenue. then Hock, New- !

Mrs Jeannette Klncald dress with and Lt.-Col and Mrs T. T. Long. You are required, to appear on ..
represented yoke peplum of Planned For May 5 'i\'i
Jllne 71h. 1043 In the ahuve, l1am.,1 l
: Weiner Roast Enjoyed the Women's Service faille silk. Her blouse was of The dining table was covered Court,, anil. CUUHV, wherein plaintiff "'
white Plans for the Fiesta with a handsome cloth and .......k... illvon-e. Bradford County ''''
Organization '
as general chairmanof georgette, made with high Spanish centered -:.. .. -
_ A very enjoyable evening was this outstanding affair and neck and trimmed with narrow being sponsored by the Junior by a bowl of larkspur, sta- Telegraph In next four nhall weekly pulillxh) :iHHiienWltneNM this. Order '" ''' //.iiSJ..,

_ b spent last Saturday night at the serving with her were: Mrs. C. A. lace, and her small hat was trimmed Woman's Club, Wednesday night tlce and other garden flowers; niv hanil, and' official 'esb"Th..wn'<';" ''. .../
home of Mrs. Mae Edwards when ""Bl nl" starke( Florida, thin. April ..:
Knight, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. with white gardenias, and at- May S, are now complete and and placed on the buffet was a 26th 1941. ; "
_ 18 guests had a weiner roast on (:>KJ--ICJAL" SEA tomato*! Is my hobby,
of I.) A. J
W.' O. Strlngfelow, Mrs. R.. J. tached to the hat was a shoulder those who attend large bouquet matching flow- Bays War Garden Vic Throwing
assured '
the are an An f-lerk nf Hnlrl ( ,,urt.
lawn. Davis, and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd. length navy veil. Her corsage eis. The dinner guests Included, T. Frank, nnndrum, Starke, Florida them Ir'J': where they're: needed.
_ I errss.reprrsssJr They were assisted In serving by was of gardenias and stephanotis evening of unusual fun and en- I Lt.-Col. and Mrs. Long Mis. D. P. Ally. for I'lf. 4.30 ft- -2t And baked I foodi-1 level diet fit tetipooo Rumford-of

Miss Frances Opperman and Miss Mrs. Haynes, the bi ide's mother, ertalnment. The affair will\ take Carpenter, Mr.\ and Mrs. L. I). I% ('n '.iir .('oi IIP. Hiitiirnitiilinlun I Rumford Baking! Powder luppliei H
_ TUNE IN ON Irene Mathews. wore a dress of pink crepe with place> In the W man's Club building VIning. C'OI \. ...011l1JI' ('II t-, the Individual minimum duly, requirement
4 eiti': .
of pboiphorus, M the requirement
"Faith Miss Opperman, assisted byMiss navy accessories, and her corsage starting at 9 ,o'clock. Open house callers came at nine f. ,1 Joseph I>det, Plnlntlff vi. of calcium. FREE; Rom-
Of OurFathers" was of blue o'clock 'uthclne: rioth Ledet, I iereniant.) : lunch Box Idea
) \ Margaret Stringfellow, served delphinium. Mrs. L. The auditorium where dancing and were received In the Caxe No. 2449. ford's new folder,
as a committee from the GSOIn A. Martin, the b rid I e g room's will\ be enjoyed will be decoiated living room, which was attractively OTU>KU OP prnLiCATTov:. Write todav. Rumford Baking Powder,
making for the mother, wore white figured crepe I decorated with red roses and :AND NOTK'n TO At'I'RAH;"
arrangements In the colorful trappings of Old! STATE OP FL.OU1DA to: Cath.' 'Box 5, Rumford, Rhode Island
NEW POPULAR dance. dress and her corsage was of gar Spain and the entertainment clurng other Spring flowers. Punch and .

:- RELIGIOUS PROGRAM Next Tuesday night another: denias. the evening will feature a cookies were served throughoutthe
The bride is the daughter of .
group from the 66th will be en !street! singer, tango dancers and I evening.In
} OVER VVRUF Div Mrs. 0.,
tertained. and L. Haynes, was other novelties. addition to the dinner guests,
EACH SUNDAY 9 A. M. ,born and reared in Starke and by there Invited
This event la being! given for were : Mr. and Mrs.
Office supplier of all kinds for her lovable., disposition has made of fleets and civilians. O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mis. W.

1 1 ,_ ,.... .....wo_ mile at The Bradford County1elegraph. many friends.. She was graduated B. Sewell. Mrs. J. W. Klncald.Mis. : .

t! '_ .. : from the Bradford County High Ethel M. Biggs, Mr. and
fl. Great Bible Themes .-.. ..,. School :Mrs.: Scanlan HostessAt
and attended the Univer- Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mr. and Mrs.
rids-Art_ sity of Florida. At present she Rehearsal PartyMrs. H. C. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.

; Best Musical Talent R. P.>> STUn INS, Is Supervisor of Woman's Divisionat Knight Mr. and Mr, R. F. Dem-
the State Farm at Raiford. Joseph A. Scanlan enter- orest, ]Miss! Madge Middleton, Mr. SUNDAY
: _______, ,:P 1''$ Dentist Mr. Holliday Is the son of Mr. tamed the Haynes-Holllday wed and Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr. and MONDAY TUESDAY

Under Direction Of Hours A. N. Holliday. Sr., of Detroit ding party Saturday evening after I Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
4 P. M. To 8 P. M. Mich., and Mrs. I... A. Martin of the rehearsal at the church. E. L. Matthews. MAY 2-3-4

REV. E. DANIELS St. Petersburg. He is a graduateof The living room of the Haynes
Located In Office Of the University of Detroit and home was decorated with red .
Thirteen billion dollars-the
BROWNLEM has been In the U. S. Navy since and the was It's
DR. J. W. roses dining: room [ sum the Treasury must raise DREAM Ice !
Non Sectarian Cull St. Starke, F.la. October, and is now* stationed at! also made more attractive with t In the Second War Loan drive, a on

______ C the Naval Air Base In Jackson- Spring flowers. The hostess served t U only one sixth of the estimated A ravishing revel you'll put
her guests with a delicious cost of the war for the
Immediately after the ceremonya course. fiscal year of 194.1.: high on your list of _all-time
reception was held at the homeof I ;
thrills! Something NEW...
RESPONSIBLE YOUNG MARRIED the bride's parenta. Welcoming -
something .
the guests at the door were
COUPLE DESIRES TO RENT Dr. and Mrs. Haynes and standingIn Carolyn Callstreet $ something ROMANTIC and

FURNISHED APARTMENT OR HOUSE the receiving line were the a I DELIGHTFUL!
bride and bridegroom and
attendants. The bride's book was -
t'.e. ,, ,
Also Interested In Desirable Room In Private Home. in charge of Mrs. Earl Johnson.The rLq -
Can Furnish References. dining table was covered witha \V>11, folks Easter was what hear J. II. Courtnumch really .

______ lace cloth all the appointments I'd call a full day, with a Sunrise does the thing up light when he '

TECH. SGT. W. C. HICKERSON were of silver and the center- !! Service, regular church services decides to take a dose of castor '
piece was of sweetpeas In pastel oil Seems Joe Wilson recommended ,
475th Q. M. Rest. :
a Memorial Day program ,
shades. For refreshments there nauseous lubricant
Telephone Blanding 554 or write care Box 431 a wedding and an Informal musical him 1I1-I '
were Individual cakes and ice as a quick (If oily) way ., Ii '
cream frozen in the shape of calla at the USO Tried to take break up a cold. Bro., to// '
'em all In so's I could manch then dashes
llllea. Assisting at the receptionwere give anaccuj'ate off to
: Mrs. J. Fred Guy, Mrs. report of who wore drug store, buys a bottle and -

: : Harry Houston, Mrs. W. H. Thomson what, where But, honestly, downs the whole thing! Day, :
- 'm/ : i2): ) : -l Jr., Misses Abbie Harley, I couldn't see a thing all the rest or so later, he reports that the

Lillian Steinberg, and Evelyn of the day, so bedazzled was I cold Is better, but he still feels '

Stump. by that gorgeous corsage of nine "a little weak" Note In pass- 'i_ :."i AI
After spending sometime with giant rosebuds that gave Gayle ing: Even the Episcopal manse

I : their guests, Mr. and 'Mrs. Holiday !- Sewell such A pleasant surprise has gone military The old
MAY 9TH left for a two weeks wed- early Easter momin', and which'I' house:! has done a perfect "right ,

ding trip. While 'away they will she wore so becomingly the rest I face" and now heads north, with

New Orleans. of the day Sorry notea beautiful colonial
visit my front as an
A WEEK FROM NEXT SUNDAY I I do! not reveal the name or the I I. attraction Glimpsed I "

: I \V. S. C. S. Circles I donor Try to do better next Scott ex-Staikelte. In towna / :

I I time The day was cool, of few minutes the other day, jus'

( Circles of the Woman's s'oclety course, upsetting the sartorial recently back from Peru ,
Candy is rationed and there won'tbe lof Christian Service of the Methodist plans of a few-but not the tiny

I church will meet Monday tot in Madge Mlddleton's room, Don't think I ever saw a
very many boxes for Mother'sDay. afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Circle who, In discussing Easter dressea prouder little girl than Call Duke
I One will be entertained at the said she had a thick un and a when she found the "golden" egg

However, we have many I home of Mrs. W. P. Smith with thin un, so let the weather come at one of the numerous hunts '

items suitable for gifts. Mis. L. F. Smith as co-hostess. what may around town las' week Gall
I Circle Two will be entertained couldn't decide whether to accept
b Y Mrs. J. W. White Misses Dance for the 66th at the USO the prize to which she was en-

We Suggest Some of The Following:: I' Olive and Amelia Ray at the Tuesday night was all to the titled or Jus' keep the beautifulegg '
home of the Mimes Ray on N. good with even genial General She finally settled for an (
Walnut St. Kramer making an appearance''I Easter basket My Lake Wales ?

_: LENTHER1C PERFUMES & COLOGNES during' the evening Glimpsed' reporter ,sends a flash stating

LUCIEN LELONG PERFUMES & COLOGNES U. D. C. Will Meet Helen Rivers, Alice St. John an' that Ethel Taylor made a pretty :
.__ FRAGRANT BODY POWDERS Jean Davis among the many, picture, dressed in Alice blue out- :
The W. T. Week Chapter SWTs (tweet young things) all I fit, and enjoying the Easter Sun-

; TOILET SETS United Daughters or the Confederacy done up In attractive formats and rise service at Bok Tower .

j I FINE STATIONERY will meet Wednesday afternoon having at least ONE of the timesof Incidentally: her escort was a

JEWELITE HAIR BRUSH AND COMB: May :9 I, at four o'clock, their lives Never did smooth-looking Lieutenant _
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. care particularly for accordion Sorry to heap Mrs. N. D. Wain-

Junius M. Smith. Hostesses: Mrs. music but Guy Massano (Blan- wright has been a victim of acute

Smith Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and ding Pvt.) has changed all that indigestion since Sunday .
Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson In his expert: hands the musical -

Now Showing A Wonderful Assortment 1 bellows ceases to be M sourceof Well, folks I'm gonna cut
New ArrivalCpl. grunts and wheezes and become -I this bit of floatsom and Jetsam

Of Mother's Day Cards well, whatever he wants short and go out and help those
and Mrs. Tillman F. Hutto It to be from rippling rhythm to I industrious Junior Clubbers raise

announce the arrival of a son. a dive bomber Swunnerful! our War Bond quota Get the
Tillman Franklin, Jr.. on Monday, Clara Mae Knight and Jeannette ole wallet out from under the pU.

Koch Drug Store I April 26, In St. Vincent's Hospital Klncald were their usual svclt low and be prepared to dig! .

Jacksonville. Mra Hutto elves, presiding: with great aplomb -I So long I'll be seeln' youCarolyn LATEST "MARCH OF TIME"AND
I will be remembered. Miss Irene at the ever-flowing punch ..

...- .u1mlt1!_. 5.CNCtI. I Denmark of Jacksonville. bowl i, I WAR NEWSvttiI1


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I t,}, ark 90, 1949 e BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRAPH.
PAGIC nvi;

BITS of LOCAL NEWS :Mrs. George Fish wife of Pvt. -June 7th, IMS In the above named ANTI NOTICE TO APPEAR I'June 7th. 1841: 'In the above named
1t Reginald Fish, will leave for her Court and ratine, wherein plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA to Klliaheth : -- Court and ratine, wherein plaintiff
1a home Seeks divorce.. I1r.Hord'ollnl" M lleltman, whonerealtlenri, > ....k. divorce. Itradford County
In New York Sunday after Telegraph; shall publish J: this' Order In. ill Eant Clinton Street tocK i Telegraph' shall 'minlTeh Order
Norman Western Mr. and Mrs H. A. spending three months a t the In next four weekly UnueaWltnenn i Haven Penn ;In next. four weekly luntiea.I.
U CIet.! Carlton Mrs. Christine Johnson, Pvt. home of Mrs Mae my hand and official. You are required to appear on i, seal\ official I II
,mployt'. spent Easter In and W. T. Clute spent Easter In and Mrs Reginald Fish Edward! neal at "''lark... Florida. thin April. .Tuna 7th. 1043 In the above named,I I at Stark.. Florrlduan. April
T Mrs. Mae lath, 1943lOFFlCIAT. I|i Court and rauae, wherein. plnlntlflnnekn > 28th 1943.
onvUle, Ocala with Mr. Cailton's sister, Edwards( and Joe and Elaine Edwards Capt. and Mrs Elmo R. Struth ( J SEAL) A..1. ThomaaAn .11\."' ..... Htadford fount.. A J. Thonian,
Mrs. H. Clerk of said (',, 1. Teleirrnph I shall puhllnh thin Order A. Clerk of said Court.
M. were "'
K Ferryman went to Hampton. picnicking at Gold and small son, James Rodman T Flank I-muli-urn, Starke, Florida.* In next four \tvekly :Innuen.Wltnenii l I (OFFICIAL, M JAI.)
u 9, E to visit her sister, Head Bunch State Park Easter leftVednt'sday for Ft. Bennlng, Ally for IMf. 4-30 41-5-21 my hued and. offlflalnenl 1 Knight, Knight Starke! Florida. 6.31I
for IMf. 4-20
\ Attya 4t
i Tuesday Mrs. M. T. Oakley, of Camp Ga., after spending a shout vaca- -- I I at 1941OFFICIAL stark. Florida, this April 1
p C F Sayles. Plckett Va., will Mis. C. S. McCornack of St.Charlea tion I'% 'IIH'I'I' ('01 IIT. III! >>F4>llltI 87th. I -
arrive with
today Captain Struth's mother I 40l\rt. ( UK A .) A, J. TliomanA
KI.OIIIOll 1% ( 11\> 4'ntri IT 4'oi'it'r. iiiiI \It.'olln<
for a visit with her parents Mr. : III., who has spent the and sister Mrs. W. H. I'KIIV. I flvik, of mild 4 uurt.. ,
Struth and ,
riMMn 1Cll. \:xt'F:111'
had as her I -
Pearl Simpson I JaiiienVylt JnhtiHon Plaintiff, vaI< J. N. llnrrlHon., Jacknon\llle. FloridaAlly I
e daughter, Mrs. C. W. and Mrs Olin W. White. past month here with Mr. and Miss Kate: Struth In Starke, and Margaret lit>." JtilitiHnn, 1>..., \ for flf 4-30 41-5-21: ;
r. hpt I Mrs. John Unlow, and other other relatives In Jacksonville.Mr. Cane No. J453OHMKIl I Willie trf.wl... Plaintiff, va. Snot
Sarasota. l..ewln, Defendant, Cane No 245S.OIUlKli .
of Miss Betty Jane friends left Tuesday, for her OP Pl'llLH"1,\ n\ant./: / IV 1'''U'I.'.' 1'I/I ill' Illl tltKOIIII OF PPHL.ICAT10I,
Nollman who home AM, :NOTICE: TO A ''':. 'U' ,'1'1. KI.'>MIII \| IN ('ii' 11'KR1' I ANt>> NOTICE TO APPKAIl
starke-BUndlng for 18 teaching in Jacksonville, was and Mrs. R. L. McDowellof STATE OF FI.OH1PA to: : STATE UF FMHUl'A to SamLewis f
rap to I araiet. HOHM .Iohn......, whose
an Easter Jacksonville Julian rpNldenoe 1 iinl. | whone ren'dence .la tTnknown.
and better clean- guest of her parents, McDowell, In H10 "'Ir..tv..nu8, Civrno- VlHiiaal. Plaintiff vn VlmentNIxHKKl
tailoring Miss Ethel Taylor and Lt. andMrs of Ft. clan known' an Alfred V |HUKiri. You ar. required to appear on
| opposite Park Theatre. Cot and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Henlng Ga? and Harry polio, i'enniiylvanla. I I Defendant. Case :No; 14.16.OKI June 7th, 1941: In the above named
Roland Wendt spent the McDowell of Ft. Knox, Ky., were You. are required to appear on J >KU: OF" J'I'BUICATHtNAMI I Court and cause, wherein plaintiffeeeka
l week-end June 7th., 142 In the aho\ named ; :: "1'0 divorce. Bradford County
T, J,, R U'y.' of the State ,' MI'a. L. W.: Koch and daughter visiting dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff I| : OF FLAllllA toV: liKentVlnHKarl. Telegraph h I thla OrderIn
; : :
t. Lake Wales .. weedy
1t 1r Inelerans' Mrs. Paul Hudgins made busi and attending the Mrs. John Uglow and Mr. and .k. divorce. Bradford County also< known an Alfred Vlnnit next four lanuea.Wltnenn .
Is a patient
way Patrol sunrise prayer meeting at the I Mrs. C. F. Ward. ;Telt-Kraph h weedy.I ll: h this Order 'C\\hone legal I residence' In lS,9 l ldllnon my hind and official
ness trip to Gainesville Harry McDowell
In four
Hospital at Lake on Tues- Bok Tower next lanuea. Avenue. ttronx. New York; neal at Htarke, "F'lorldu this April
,day afteinootv. Sunday morning. I has recently returned to Wltnenn my hand suit official antl prenent add'ream 1 IM Company: : 1 2Nth 1943.IOFFICIAL.
a the' States from the neal Florida, this April mth Infantry, A. P. O>>. Il Cai e oPostnmater ? 8KAT. A..I. Thomas
Canal .1t"fs'.orke.
Lt. and Zone 28th, I, :New York City, New Aa Clerk of nillrt Couit.H. .
Mrs Resale Colson otBy Mrs. Christine Johnson Miss Mrs. L. A. Martin of where he was on guard duty the ( ..) A' J. Thomnn. York LT H. Army. K. 1'erryma.n, JoItar Florida.'
and( :st.: petersburg arrived here Saturday i past two He liked oFFII'IA.A r'i.'k nt ..iA.1. 4-nl.pt I You am required to appear on Mtv, for IMf I 4-ie: .4t-ft-2l
: Field Ga., spent the week- Elaine Edwards and her mother to attend the of I I years. T Frank T.nndrum:. ;: ;:-8taikf, : Flnridsl'- ; : I .

i \\ere with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacksonville Mrs Mae Edwards next Wednesday.will shop In Miss Sara Hope Haynes marriage and Mr.Arthur I very much. Panama Alt). for Plf. 4-30 4t" .2J

Nelson Holllday, Jr., whoIs Tech Sgt. Morris G. McGIll of iriiuiir coiitr. n.UFOIII) ME '
n stationed I rot. )'r1'. .011'1)\ t, IV tiity., Fg
Michael Dew Is spending Mrs. H. C. Brown and daughter at the Naval Air Camp Sibeit (near Gadsden) t Kilt.ri '. r s
"-,, Bane In Jacksonville.! Ala., and his mother ..vt weeks in New York City as Marian, Mrs Glen Duke, Mrs. i I Mrs. Daisy DliKlvK.. Whltford, DefeniUnt 6X/ ,
Edward Bums and Miss McGIll, left Staike Wednesday No. 2447. .. 1gfOR N6
Melvin Marjorie l.n..e\
uesi' of her brother Mrs. James F. Holllngswoi I night after a brief furlough-visit OHMKR .."' Pl'ltt.trTION" \
mson Davis spent Saturday in Gaines- and little Al:1I0..10':: :; ,' TO ,\ .\
ville. son "Jim"; her father, I with Mrs McGIII'H other, son \V. 1'11'\1'101 OF "'I. H. G. Connor from Tampa and I C. McGIll, who Is an electrician whoMtt nddieiia. .. IH ,';'!'o 4
Villa Morgan returned to I entrnl} ( l DMIIVcry Toppko. Indlanii I
his brother from Harlem Ga., are at Camp Blandlng. Mr. McGIll You. are required lo mi ,
Othma L. appear
[.on.. lUst week after an ab- Haynes Jr., who Is visiting Mrs. H o 111 I n g h woi,.th's has been at Camp Slbert six June 7th. 1041 III th.. ,above imtinvlCotitt rr Lt
f six weeks because of a student at Emory College at and I-HUHH, whorvln pliilntlffHfckn }
i ), Oxford, Ga., was a week-end grandparents< Mr and, 11I's.V.. D. months having been at Camp illvnlri. lll-Rilfol-d, CnuntvTeleirinph to
\\is illness guestof Gorman Mhall pultllnh, thlit Oidpr
In Cordele, Ga. Blanding few
; only a L
his parents, Dr. and, Mrs. O. L. I days after In next four weekly tumie. .
Haynes. bin Induction. He was for four WltncBM my ha ml and, offlclnlooiil
\V D. Hodge and baby Mrs. George B. Flynn. Mrs. I years with Carl RItch Starke I nt Hlnrkf. Florida, thin A|>ill, r

William Dupiee Jr. left Florence, Canova and Mian LoieneMoncrlef plumber. 2Rth, 1943OFFICIAL\ pSX-
3t. and Mrs. Kenith M. VIc < tel AI.1) A. J. ThomnnAn I'c'
for Newport R I. left Thursday for Columbus -
essay who room at the home of Mrs. Clelk of cold. PointT ,
they will Join Capt. HodgeIs Mae Edwards Ga., where they will visit I' J. 11. Rowe had ns his Easter Flunk. Tjiindi.uni, lit a rk.>, Floridn, ,
e I on Cherry Street for IMf
Mrs. R. G. Kidd and Atlanta fora Ally -.10 41-5-21
stationed at Fort Adams. spent Sunday sightseeing In St. week-end guests his son and I
with George B. Flynn, Jr.. I
have been visiting Mrs. Augustine daughter-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. IY 'ni<'iir rut n'r. mi tiF'nll I)
who Is a student at Emory Uni, Clyde Rowe, and little (III Nil, Kl.'>llll> \' IN tutu.
|e a mother Mrs. G. W. Hln- versity.Mr., daughter <'Kitt.Haynion.l'.
near Hampton. Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adkins S I' Sandra i Jean, of Jacksonville; his .1 Ileltiniin.. I'liilntlff. vn
were in Palatka son and daughter-in-law Mr. and 1':11..1..111: M, Hcltmun, licfriKliintCux Pepsi-Cola Company Lone Island City. N. Y.
Wednesday and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had : .. ;N>i. 2454 Franchised Bottler
Mrs Vernon L. Rowe : IVpsi-rola Bottling Co. of Jacksonville
the funeral of Judge Ad- I'i < and Jim- OItiIi:1t tiP I'l'ULIPATION
I kins' sIster Mis., Sarah Elizabeth :as their guests over the weekend mie and Gail, of Jacksonville; his
lownsend. their daughter, Mrs. M. C. Wells, son-in-lnw and daughter. Mr. and

I and Mrs. J. H. Wells of Jackson-'|I Mrs. Chan./ E. Burton of Miami; THEATRE
Miss : and his son-In-law and, daughter II : I)
Gayle Sewell. who Is at. ville. Mis. L. S. Hutto returned Mr. and I STARKE .
Mis. Leslie
tending the F. S. C. W. at Talla Biggs and(
I 1 to Jacksonville with them Tuesday little Barbara Sue of B'unMWlck,1,
hassee, spent the weekend hete'
'[ afternoon to visit her daugh- : Ga His
,,, and
tI here with her daughterInlaw -
parents Mr. and I ter-ln-luw. ML's. Tillman Hutto, | Mr. and'Mrn. A. B.
I W. B. Sewell. Sat Sun. Mon. 2 3
Midnight May
Jl hr.I I''and new grandson, Tillman Jr., and A. B. Jr., of S.mford BOkl'l"j -

__ I In. St. Vincent's Hospital. I with him the week-end _
Airs. Kertna Pearce returned

I Monday from a week's visit with I

vinWlb her. sUteis Lauderdale, MI's.V.and( Mis.T., Saxon R. M.oFt. t OUR SERVICE MEN Ritz Theatre --- Tues. Wed. Thurs., May 4-5-6

Faver of Miami. IMloled. to. .Items of Llrrral ...........nl...
t ounf y bo>. now Mrrvlnic I mlniint. .
I "' Parent. and friend* ar. urged l.i

Mrs. J. A. McIntyre, Jr., returned G from eoueerrlle the hy h..>.brtnulnic. .ivtnr front In n ewe buns fluid,*. Hrrl letters G *' *'*

,olf yesterday, to her home InAiiuml men nr. nl,lea rtiiivMfril i*' w rite. to he ref
after c: .1..OC..I.h.l rruorllnMT r>rnt*. niiil nrtUltlrut. I
spending sev.ralfay.d nl ln.eHrmllonl. 7 1 3 /
I I with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I '

\\ Mrs. W. E. Thornton.
ENDS pnul.un'U'IXO s.eAr
In Jacksonville, which I make..j.
ider the Rationing Pro- ISO ifilne-sweepers. He was offcied

pint You are allowed 3 Ben Suslow, who has been In Alrl!
Aviation Cadet Mllo Sponholtz, a commlHBlon In the Naval
lira of Shoes Per Year. Starke for the past ten clays returned Force
son of Mrs. Catherine Sponholtz several months ago, but ( "
[Let Us Make Your Old Monday to Little Rock, of Lawtey has successfully com turned It down because he knew
A,ik. where he alscr has military I
a -
his nothing about air pianos and did
Ones Like New pleted primary flying training ,
Xouis of New
store. Sage
._ at the 4th AAF Flying Training know something about boats, and Nurrr raV
York brother-in-law, of Mr. I II i
TheElectric (I Detachment,, Aulaie, Calif., and wanted to work with them. M # i it ix
Suslow has of the Staike
charge M /
i has gone on to take basic tinlnI ----- I, +
Shoe Shop Store since Mike Mills, former I Ing. While at Tulare Cadet Spon- A !SCICAPiril TilE MPS : ttor'h
loross From Park Theatre manager was Inducted into the 1 1 1ft
holtz proved, to be an outstanding Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Flitch had dtAp
Army Monday. soldier and held the runk of Avia- been
hearing regularly from their
tion Cadet Corporal.
son, Lt. Merrill C. Futch, and they

could tell his letters that he
had moved from, the Hawaiian .,
--l Relatives of Sergeant Technician )
NAT Islands where he had been sta- }
Fredric W. Hawkes wish to
tioned for several months, but
1 correct a false report that has
they did not know where he had :N 4
been circulated to the effect that N" I

'" he has been seriously Injured. gone.He :
"II. They heard from him a short could not tell them exactly Ii

SEZ while ago and he was In good where he was but wrote that he i

: health at that time. Before en- had "had a scrap with the Japs,"

tering the army two year ago, and had a souvenir for the home r e

Sgt. Hawkes lived with his uncle folks. Right or wrong, they "put "

Merrill Green, .at Klngsley Lake. two and two together" and guess r

FL Buy Bonds He Is serving with the Engineers ed that he was among the soldiers :

Amphibian Command somewhei who went to the Solomon

in the Pacific. Islands to relieve the marines f'

after their heroic and victorious iAfr


Aviation Cadet Theodore E.
Beam has just been advanced M.
from the prefllght school of the Cpl. S. G. Denmark, who has "

San Antonio Aviation Cadet Cen been for sometime at Camp Pen- JN.J"-J

ter. He will now undergo train dleton, Va., has returned to Key; starring \

ing at a primary, basic and ad West, and his address Is 31st t ,
Coast Artillery, Fort Taylor Key {
vanced flying field before winning ;
: I West Fla. He wrote his BING
r ;t coveted wings and commissions f
ry of a flying officer Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Den 0

mark, that they, might expect him
TKAINEO TO FIGHT SL'IIS home any time now on a 3-day;

it' t According to an announcement past.

: ( : : > from the Army Air Force Antisubmarine g Y FRED CROSBY'W 4

i I Command Sgt. Robert GKIFF1H IN AFRICA 4SS ,

T Dodd son of Mrs. William Norris Julian J. Gnus, son of Mrs. i. ,

Aneda Griff, wrote his mother *
of: Staike was recently grad- ,- .
uated from the training school at a few days ago saying: "I am I In ,1 t.et

Langley Field, Va. Sgt. Dodd Africa. If ,you get, this' you can ii9

has now returned to his home sta tell all my friends where I am." + ith William Bendlx Jerry RAY

Lion where he will continue his His address is U S. N., U. S. S. tolonna it Macdonald Carey

/ duties radio PC 475, C. o. Postmaster Fleet,
as operator on one
of the multimotored aircraft now New York, N. Y. He Is In the dk ; ;oAlbert Delker Walter Abel VICTOR MOORE t ,

being used In an intensive cam- Navy, Swtan Hayward it Mor| riapeynld

paign to hunt out and destroy U- Betty (hade* DOROTHY LAMOUR '
wherever be
ep Boats they may 1 1aryCrecbyJohnnLlohnlan
I'ound. Victor C. Thomas, son of Mrs Oeno Drake Lynn. Overman '

IVEr E. M. Thomas of Starke entered PAULETTE GODDARD ,

the Army on July 23, 1942 and
IS |3il lamb COM Daley* Irnetl
Jones of Mr. and received his commission as 2nd Ij
Darby son
Mrs. De Witt C. Jones reported lieutenant from the O. C. S., v "True* it Kath.rln. Dunham VERA ZORINA i j II

to the Naval Inspection Bureau In Engineer School. Fort Belvolr, ?Arthur Treoeher*Walter Callett I
I Va., on March 3, 1943. Lt.
Atlanta, Ga., a month ago as an Sterling Helloway Golden MARY
Thomas who was formerly a sergeant I' MARTIN I
Ensign in the Navy. He is a rytol'
1941 graduate in Mechanical In the Starke National Oat* Ouartatta Walter Dara I t

Engineering at the University of Guard, Is ,nQw stationed at theEnalneer' ';Wahl and Company Cecil DICK POWELL aNa i
Officers Reserve Pool
Florida at Gainesville and his OeMill Proton Slur'.. II
attending Officers. Specialty I
work since graduation has been
along that line. School at the engineer unit and f i Ralph Murphy BETTY HUTTON ) ; I
training center In Camp Claiborne /
Since June 1942 Mr. Jones has '
been President of the Southern La. BirietMl IT ((OI8t MXISNUl I IIt
"'htg Engineering Corporation of Jacksonville /1 SrtM f\i\ ti Nury TIell/ EDDIE BRACKEN .: ..
Olllc supplier of all kind for A P MMMt Pictyrtflrffl v j jf
which he himself organized

l ; and own He contractedfor side at The Hradiord County- VERONICA LAKE. '

% essential parts for ships and Telegraph. I f--//

let sub-contracts to small machine I'll' ("Hrl'IT ('01 liT, RflauFOJ/11. M.. i ( 2 :

hey Give Their Lives-You Lend Your Honey"V. shops throughout the State whichIn roi' '4TY. n.oHiutiCKKIV 15 CH.tV-: Ih ,* ALAN LADDROCHESTER fI '

turn send their work to Jack- Robert ty: rulp. Plaintiff v.. MaryKbrlle ; f fH "
S. Tr ur> D..lI1UdSterDberg's: sonville or Gainesville to be fab Culp. defendant. Cane No. 4 to '
2461 t
ricated. HU office has been mov- ORDER OF PITHLIOATTOV: a :

ed to Gainesville and his father AND NOT1CR TO APPEAR r :
STATE OF FLORIDA to: MaryRbrlle :1
I takes care of It for him. CII Ip. wh.... ....Iden... ,la 22 Y "
Mr. Jones was for a year anda N. Hock. Street Shamok''., Pennsylvania. ro

half with the Gibbs Ship Yard You are required to appear en -'

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II,,':{'_, I, .i"_:::'I" 1 (;$ 'I 1.i -New Regulations On Meat and Slaughtering I Florida State Farm News I In taken Jacksonville to the Rlversldl last weak. lioPP11tI

t I,. : Explained In OPA Interpretation No Moon Needed For This Spoon I seriously Mrs.. R.111.H. Markham qUilt

,, In Border to clarify the meat meats from purchased animals. Ity E. R. BouvierSUOLNIK.NEIt81IF1ELD EASTER PARTY I I Carabellea visit withi, In 1 ,?,, :ova|
and slaughter regulations, the I Custom tilaughtercrn or those The annual Easter party of the I "

OPA, through the State USDA who process meat on a custom : : Community Sunday School was Peggy Caldwell WII., h..

', War Board has Issued the follow- basis exclusively need no permit The marriage of Alias Ruth well attended by both adults and end guest of DottU. 81., \coq.

ing Interpretations: and have no quota. They must Hershfleld, daughter of Mr. and children of the Farm. Mr. and Starke. Hlggt lit

for oil meat Mrs. B. Hershfleld of the State lurs. R. H. Cox, tendered their
"k :S "Meal rationing and licensing collect point stamps Mrs. Nclle Beavers h ,

t' h ; have created new rules and regulations handled. Under the present rules Farm and Pvt. David Skolnik of, lovely lawn and spacious grounds from a visit to Miami ,?? Turn,, .-

for wartime America to (which may be amended), these Brooklyn, N. Y., was solemnizedat for the occasion. The children. with her son-In-law am: vp *

ts ;c learn to follow. The purpose of custom slaughterers need accept 1nm 10 o'clock, Saturday night, I' had a happy time egg huntingand Mr. and Mrs W N \ia. tiller

these rules Is: (1)) To provide no point stamps for the actual ? April 17, at the home of Mr. and the prize winners were Mary sometime. I, 'tot;

fighters with sufficient meat, and slaughter of an animal, but must w *, Mrs :Morris Tarlyn, In Augusta River Stubbins, Jimmie Warren I J. G. Caldwell Wa:
v 4' valid stamps Ga. The Jewish Chaplain of and Grace Crews. Refreshments liM[ 10
the supply currently
11 + >7 ((2) To divide fairly collect Saturday be',
set aside for civilians. Everyone from a consumer's ration book for Camp Gordon, officiated.The were-.lemonade and cookies.. Bobby -.[ the illness of his fathe use tC

,,1 S will want to help achieve those the return of the meat derived bride was given in 'mar- Geiger of Jacksonville was an Caldwell. J. 4

i.. ends. from the animal slaughtered. Thla riage by her father and attendedby out of town guest. M.-... Rivera and Jin

&i The licensing! proll'8lllls design provision will limit the use that : l'sl8ter-ln-law/ Mrs. Sidney Auburndale, who have been Shaw *
ed to record the amount of meat farmers or others can make of Hershfleld, and her friend, Irs. of Mr. and Mrs. P s Crews guUta

_ c, handled by local operators so that custom slaughterer Few famIlies Morris Tarlyn., Mrs. Skolnik's are glad to report that there turned )home Tuesday 110

1 the quantity can be controlled and have enough valid stamps to attendants were the bride's has been a revival of Scout work Mr. and Mrs. M K OI'lner

rj a further check kept on Its whole- cover the amount of meat normally s a tA tk other, Sidney Hershfleld and here. Under the leadership of Mrs? Madge Bozuith ? and

someness. This program Is administered dressed at this time. When Mr.\ Tailyn. Many flowers were Tom M Conneis, the 'new scoutmaster Jacksonville Tuesday 1)/1, busl? *

by the Food Distribution meat accepted by a custom operator tastefully arranged in the living Interest has again awakened and to visit Mra. P D F.mcTe?

i"4 + 5 Administration of the United for curing or piocesaing he and, dining rooms. A huge wed- On the 22nd at a regular Quite a number of

States Department of Agriculture. U to give the owner of the meat k r rr ding bell hung over the mantel, meeting, Jimmie Bradley was were made Tuesday garment

l It is handled locally by the county a ration-point check of sufficient yr which was banked In white roses, I made Patrol leader and Claude the ladies of the Red c-oiT o at
f 'i' USDA War Boards. They are to point value to cover the weightof ri; + vv lilies and fern and agalngst which, Johns was elected secretary and Miss Betty McRae anti,] Hirei

n ii Issue permits and are In a posi- the meat to be processed. The + '" the bridal party ,stood. The bride I treasurer and budgets for the Godwin have both bee,, L*
I'I' I tion to answer questions and make owner of the meat Is to exchangethis ; 4 PLotq--II.J 1." .,Pu, Cewrnry wore a street dress 'of aqua silk '[ year were discussed. The regular with flu and are still confined( IU
decisions. ration-point check at the crepe with accessories of black : meeting night was changed from their beds. to

J,' t+ ?r 1 Tho rationing program governs' nearest local War Price and Ra- A SOUTHERN special favored Add the comment to rapidly boll- and a corsage of gardenias. Immediately -. Monday- Thursday, of each Mr. and Mrs. CUT

i P x the flow of point stamps, the red tion Board for a certificate, whichhe bread north Is east and west, spoon ing salted water. Reduce heat and following tile ceremonythe week. It is probable that there tended Easter services i wv RNe.| al

ones, In War Ration Book Two. can give to the custom opera- An phosphate cornmeal at baking Its very powder best. cook until thickened, About ten guests were served refreshments will be several extra meetings side Presbyterian Chuicn (lack.

t 1 This will be administered by the tor when he gets the processedmeat. which leaves no after taste, Rum. minutes. Remove from heat, add ',!i consisting of cakes, candies 1 held during the next few weeksto sonville Sunday and .pen.. (Ii,,

OPA. The local War Price and ford's at its best In this delicate cup of the milk; cool. Beat egg and punch. Pvt. and Mrs. j enable members of the troop_ day with l'elatlves.

w'y k. Ration Boards are empowered to Products rationed are all fresh, I easyto!! -make bread you make with yolks well and combine with remaining > Skolnik will reside in Augusta, to advance in L their scouting so

k Issue and collect stamps and are smoked, frozen, cured, and can I the tested recipe that follows: milk; add to the cornmeal aa he Is now stationed at Camp : that a .court of honor may be

.;, ., able to supply the necessary In- ned beef, veal, pork lamb, mut- i Spoon Bread mixture. Add Rumford Raking Gordon. I held. Plans were made for a

formation. ton Including all variety meats 1 cup vcllow or 1 H. <>n_poon9, I buffet lunch on April 29 which is
white corn. salt Powder. Beat egg whites stiff and TIL.PIIOXE: : CLASS
I suposed to consist of rationed
Resident Farm Operators who liver, hearts, and kidneys
such as meal 1 milk
cui fold In. Bake in a well-buttered casserole Misses Jo Caldwell Esther ,
Mary ,
slaughter to obtain meat for their and all sausages, all canned fish, Z\9 cuin bolllnfr! 2 fKR*. t"cim- foods 1
I water rated a moderately hot oven Crews, Melvema\ Thornton and '
i own use under these two pro- cheese (excluding cottage, pot, I :3 I tcn"|>oona HumfgrJ Caking Powder ((375F.) 35-40 minutes. Serves 6, Margaret Strlngfellow, four of I Mrs Stanton V. Nail and children -
grams will be able to proceed and baker's), butter lard marga-
c and who have
salad and our bright and ambitious high Patsy Billy, 1Hy
ask- and
about formerly. They are ,
as rine shortening
THERESSA GUM BRANCH school girls are taking advantageof been! guests of Chaplain and Mrs,
thehy' olive
ed to limit consumption to cooking oils (excluding
rationed amounts. Anyone who and mayonnaise), By Miss Ida Hagan By Sirs. T. N. Norman their afternoons out of schoolto L. A. Shepherd for the past st.
? take Instruction at the Starke weeks have moved Into Starke.
sells meat to others, however will A resident. farm operator who George Packham of Cocoa Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain lelephne office. After a six Mrs. Nail has accepted a positionat

I need a permit to slaughter and dresses his own animals for the Beach spent! the week-end with and little daughter 6f Jacksonville I, weeks course they will be' eligiblefor Camp Blanding.
will have to collect point stamps his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. were visiting 'relatives here U.S.WAR
for the OPA. exclusive use of his household Packham Sunday. : regular employment. Mrs. P. D. Fancher had to be BONDS

4. All nonresident farm operator needs no slaughter permit. How- rhomas Trlest, Seaman 2-c: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and I Following his Induction

and city people will need a permitto ever, he Is expected to limit his left: Tuesday for Key West after children of Sampson City were I Air Corps last week, while itwalt-I I ears

slaughter animals, and must consumption to the announced week with Mr. J ing orders. Buddy Davis has accepted -
spending a his parents, visiting and Mrs. S. Sapp From wKere
collect and report point stampsfor civilian ration. He can slaughterhis Mr. and Mrs S. E. Trlest. Thursday work at Blanding. I sit .
all meat delivered. They may yearly share of meat at such J. L. Williams and J. L.. Robin- Li
Mr, and Mrs O. A. Thrower of Mr. and Mrs.. W S. Beckhamof
consume in their own householdsthe times as are convenient. Animals son were busi ness visitors to
Jacksonville spent the week-end Jacksonville were In this section -
meat derived from animals slaughtered for him on his own Chattahoochee and Tallahasseelast
with Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Zeigler Sunday.
they raise without surrender of farm by an Itinerant butcher require Thursday and Friday. Joe MarshCharlie
and family. Mr. and Mia. T. N Norman 1. by
point stamps. They must, however no surrender of point 1.11'1H.\ / K. Tyus and son Har-I
and son, Gerald, and Mr. and
give point stamps for all stamps. Mrs. D. R. Burke and son, old, her mother, Mrs R. Carter,
Mrs. E. S. Sapp and son. Rudolph
James, of Orlando spent! Friday Mrs J. G. Caldwell and
with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Phillips were dinner guests of Mr. and

-1f1 3-B Abolished; retained or placed any registrantwho and family. Mrs. B. M. McRae In the Pine lian Frances Gibson, were and guests Mis. of daughter'l Jenkins writes me from Introduced the lady brings us a

with his child or children Level section down at : of beer
camp glass before dinner,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mllllken and Gainesville .
Boards In Thursday.Mr.
_ Reclassify maintains a bona fide family relationship Mr. and Mrs. A D. Norman anti,
t.1t I such status was children, Sylvia and Glenn, of and Mrs. Vance Geiger and "Dear Joe: SomethIn' mighty "We had a line dinner, talked.
provided children were visiting Mr. andMrs.
{', I General Vivian Collins, State acquired prior to December 8, Ocala spent Sunday with D. J. R. M. Johnson! of Graham Eon, Bradley of Jacksonville, were swell happened to me on my last till ten... Honest Joe, I'll never

;,, Director of Selective Service for: 1941; except that such a regis- Phillips and children. Saturday and were accompaniedhome guests of Mr. and Mrs J. M. day's leave. I'm stand In' on the forget their hospitality. Make

the State of Florida, In a press trant shall not be retained or Mrs. A. L. Sullivan left Sun- by Miss Madge Johnson Bradley Sunday and Monday. corner, not knowln' anybody in the feel good fighting for people,

G 1' f conference has stated that recent placed in Class III-A if ((1)) he is day for Ocala where she will who spent the week-end here. ]files'[ Lucille Scott left Tuesdayto town, when a stranger says like that."

hi changes In Selective Service entitled to be placed in Clans 111- make her home with Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. J. D. Carter and Mrs. J. visit relatives at Vernon for a hello, soldier-how'd you like a Thought you might like to

regulations, effective April 12, C, or ((2) he is .within a group A. Milliken. Williams o f Jacksonville were week. chicken dinner at home with me hear what kind o' fellows we got
1943 eliminates the classification All the little tots Pvt. and Mrs. Bill Rivers of '
which the Director of Selective enjoyed an end the wife?
visiting Henry Carter Friday.Mr. in this of and how
4 of ,,class in-B and changes the Easter Savannah, visiting Pvt. Rivers' army ours,
hunt after services
has directed cr hereafter egg \
Service "Well
and Mrs.
Harvey Edwards turns out they like
were they to enjoy themselvesthe
;, Q' for classification in brother-In-law and sister Mr. and
requirements ,
shall be classified or re- Sunday morning at Hope Baptist
and children of Waldo were visit kind of folks who
,; Class III-A. At the same time a without reference to Church. Mrs P. S. Crews, left Tuesdayto couldn'tdo when they get a chance to.
relatives here
ing Sunday.GRAHAM .
1 enough to
help out soldiers.They'd
new classification, that .of Class their eligibility for Class 1II-A visit In Aubuindale. .
III-D was created. deferment SAMPSON CITY Word has been received from Invited two other fellows 80e1/, t{

Ralph Dudley that he has been and Just as soon as we'reNo
Registrants were v lously
pre A new classification of Class lly Louise VarncsMr. By Mrs. Eva Strickland
selected to take an electrical
classified in Class III-B ,
by reason in-D was created and in this ,
i 'of dependency and activity, but classification will be placed those and Mrs. Lem Brown enjoyed E.' TEn PROGRAMThe courseof three months at Bainbridge -

with the elimination of this class registrants deferred by reason of dinner at Hampton Lake young people of the community Md. I 59 of a Series Copyright, 1943. Brewing Industry Foundation

all of these registrants will be rear extreme hardship and privationto Sunday with friends and relatives.Mr. I presented an Easter program -
classlfled by local boards into and Mrs. Hubert Brown and In the Christian Church
> a wife, child, or parent.
4 their proper classification under children, Mrs. Alice Brown and Sunday evening. This programwas

current regulations. Single registrants with colla- Mrs. Eunice Box and daughter of given in place of the regular .GOOD AMERICAN DOCrRI? E-"ARlICULARLY} TODAY!.

Changed regulations for classi- teral dependents and registrantswith Jacksonville returned home, with service'and special music was

fication in Class III-A now require wives only, can no longerbe them to spend the afternoon.W. rendered by the choir with the

that In this Class shall be deferred by reason of dependency .'H. Smith. Jr., of Jackson- assistance of guest singers.
unless the status of such ville was here Monday: visiting his
be Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburn-
registrants qualify to parents, Mr and Mrs Hogan
placed In Class 11I-D. As soon dale spent Sunday with her son Gel-More
Smith. Out f
Sentinelsof after April 12, 1943, as possible, Mr. and Mrs Horace Varnes and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. I 1 What You'veG I

; i local boards will reopen and reclassify and Curtis Varnes of Jacksonville G. W. Rivers.
Health Mrs. Donnie Prlngle and daughter .
Into their proper classification spent Saturday and Sunday with
all registrants who under spent Sunday with ;.Miv and
their Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
; Don't Neglect Them lL parents "
Mrs. G. W. RiversMr .
the changed regulations are now
'' lard& Varnes, Mrs. Curtis Varnes
Nature deigned' the kidney to do ftmarvvloiui
lob Their tulc ,IB to keep th. classified In a classification for and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones. and Mrs. Willie Prevatt
flowing blood .t...... free. of an.:caw off which they no longer quality.Reglsh'antl and children, Mr. and Mrs Lon-
Mr. and Mrs. Lem
toxlo impurttlee rh. act of living-li/ Brown recently -
".*/-i. eonatantly producing wut.matter are again urged to visited Mrs. Willis Dyal nie Melton\ and children and
II. muit remove oWh.n mother and Mrs. Annie Ward and
the blood.lfkld'J'.h: 1 la to endure keep their local boards fully who is 111 at her home In Starke.
children of Waldo attended the
the kidney fail to function as
Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brown
/ Nature Intended, there la retention of with change of bar
acquainted any Easter program Sunday night.
/ wut. that may c..... body-wid. dta. as their guests Sunday Mr. and '. : : '" *'.'" ". ''v ' '
55 tree One may Buffer nagging 'backache, occupation or dependency status Cpl. Lea Ayers of Camp Selma, < ,. : .
I' Mrs. Everett Oliver and Mrs.
getting peralstant up headache nights,,attack awelling.ufdiaalneea putHneMunder that occurs In order that this Alice Oliver of Jacksonville and! Ala., spent a week with Mrs. See lour

worn Out.Yraquent the. eyea-foci tired, oervoua. all board may have full knowledge Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown and M.Ayer's Johnson.Mr parents. Mr. and :Mrs. R. i Chevrolet i Dealer' for

scanty or burning paaaagoare of all circumstances when con- son, Marvin, of Lawtey.
aometlmva turther.vld.uw of kidney and Mrs. Anges Davis of
or bladder dieturbance.The sidering their classification. Registrants Mrs. Bob Warren and childrenof '
the State Farm
spent Sunday
recognlaed and proper treatment Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Jim
l.a diuretic medicine to help the kidney engaged In an agricultural with their son-in-law and daughter 'Monthly I Motor Gar
get rid of oncea poisonous body w..... Varnes of Avon Park and MaintenanceGet
U.. Doa..'. ftUt. They have had more end3avor, or registrants who are man Varnes of New Orleans)Free-I Mfr and Mrs. J. B. Strick
than forty yeara of public approval Ar. essential men In a necessary occupation land.
indorsed the country over. maul on who were visiting Mrs. Warren In
*oa.'.. Sold at all drug atoree. are especially urged to I Dudley Hines of Jacksonville
spent Thursday night
place in their tiles written Infor- spent the week-end with relatives
and Friday with Mr. and Mrs.
mation their status here.
DOANS PILLS concerning Ray Goodge.
prior to the consideration of their Chester :McKlnney of Ocala
Little left
Ray Harper Sundayto
I I classification by the local board.. spent Sunday with his 'grand-
spend several days with' his
_._..... mother, Mrs. A. E. Ward. a Skilled Get more mileage
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Har- out of Chevrolet dealers service all
-- ---- ------------..- parents
Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Rivers of
per, at Boomtown. with Check-up NOW every gallon of gas,'. makes of can and true '.
Georgia Mr.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR spent Sunday ./
and Mrs. G. W. Rivers. J. B. Chevrolet dealers have had
My Many Yearn Experience Makes It POP sible for Me to Render V Check and rotate ores Get
PINE LEVELBy more !! the broadest
Rivers will leave for the army mileage out of experience
millions of
Mrs. H. M. McIUc April 29. servicing newV
MODERATE PRICES ./ vryO quart 01 011' and used vehicles
Mr. and Mrs. P, S. Crews and ChICk engine, carburetor -

,,I. ,,. .. DeWITT C. JONES .it The birthday dinner given In son of Raiford spent Sunday with V batteryV' t C .
honor of Mrs. T. N. Norman and more mileage% ttrJlmechanlics.
Starke, Florida Mrs. Crews' brother.. G.V.. Check brake ut ofskilled, .
brother J. W McRae, last Sun-
.... _ .. .. .. n' ..-- .. v- __ .. .. v- ... .. ...- I. Rivera. ./Cheek every singtire/ Chevrolet
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.B. steering and & dealer have

M. McRae was enjoyed by all wheel alignment Get modern tool and equip lV
Besides those of this ./Check more mileage out of mend
A MEMORIAL FOR YOU present. V dutch transmit,
section who the were: km every part 01
enjoyed day nitrate your earl Chevrolet dealers quality
MARBLE & GRANIT MONUMENTS Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of service at low coat

Waldo. Mrs. A. F. Hall and children -
of Jacksonville and :Mr. and *
Your Local Representative Mrs. Eldon Sapp and son, Ru- BUY U.S. WAR BONOS
dolph, of Hellbronn Springs. The *

children enjoyed an egg hunt In Dr. Max Shane See Your

the afternoon.

Rev. W. E. Hall of Green 'Cove Optometrist

new ea.J/l' Sa"JwcSl.op Springs was a dinner guest of

Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Kelly Mon CHEVROLET
If your eyes bother you 'Ulrn

(Formerly Vaughan's Castle Lunch) day.Mr.. and Mrs. F. L. Alford and examine! them and Rt you

little son. Ronald and W. R. Al with slats* If you n*.d them."

GOOD COFFEE GOOD EATS ford all of Jacksonville spent 30 years .xped.nce.Holidays

Sunday here with Mr. W. R. and Sundays by appointment.TLPNON Dealer Today
Alford and Airs. Ellen Lowe and j

l REASONABLE PRICES family. -4S7. Torode

Remember the services at Pink 491 Chevrolet
Temple Theit! e Bu d-i' c CO.
Level this week-end. A programwill ,'
riS 201 Temple Avenue Cfttntr Main and Mt n if "(
be rendered by the
? young
pople of the church. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 1 Starke, FloridaIti

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3o, 1943 "

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Your Country's Most Fateful Hour Is Near


THE hour when the final die is cast, when decisive If we do not win,the money you fail to lend now will There are 7 different types of U.S. .

hangs in the balance. The hour which will be worse than useless to you. If we win, as we must, the Government securities-choose
decide the future of you and your children a future money you lend now will be returned with interest. ; the ones best suited for you:
of joyous freedom or a future of endless serfdom. for you to spend on the good things of life for you United States War Savings Bonds-Series E:The
,,' perfect 'investment for Individual and family
Yes, it is ten minutes to midnight. And when the first to enjoy in a free and safe world. rings. Gives you back $4 for every $3 ;
'+ when the Bond matures. Designed especially
1J/J' stroke of that fateful hour begins to sound, it will be So dig down, Americans. Answer the challenge by for the smaller 'investor. Dated 1st day of
month 'in which payment is received. Inter
o" too late to throw your weight into the fight.The time to buying War Loan securities this month with every idle est: 2.9%a year i it held to maturity. Denominations .
: $21.$90. $100, $500. $1000. Redemption .
'I,,1 r.' do that is NOW. dollar you have except what you need for the barestnecessities : any time 60 days after'issue date. ;
."s"",: Price: 7'%maturity ue.NOw. .
: -, ,when dollars can keep the production lines of life. .
-'r your
2Vi% Treasury Bonds of 1964 1969: Readilr
humming. Now, when your dollars can buy the tanks Don't wait for the War Loan Volunteer. Beat the gun marketable acceptable, as bank collateral .
these Bonds are ideal investments for trust
and soldiers need bank investment dealer broker Post and'individuals. A special fea I Il
"';: and guns and planes ships our to by going to your lend provides that they may be redeemed at

fight a winning war the only I kind of a war we can Office,or bond booth today. par and accrued interest for the purpose of ?
,. satisfying Federal estate taxes. Dated April
". afford, to fight. Now, while there are still ten minutes
Have your money in your list the fist that can deliver

\ before midnight. the knockout blow to the Axis.: But hurry... $1OOO.OOO.S'00.SI000S5000SIOOOOS100OOOand Redemption: Not callable till
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:- lend dollars in
Your is asking to
country you your it is ten minutes to midnight.;. interest on any'interest date at 4 months'greater
amount than ever before. It is asking for notice. Price: par and accrued 'interest.

The hour that can strike the knell of doom-or the Other Securities: Series"C"Tax Notes;%%
13 billions of dollars extra this month ; 13 E
Certificates of Indebtedness; 2% Treasury
for the weapons of war to make sure that it is our side blessed song of freedom. Bonds of 19)0-19)2" ;United States Savings
Bonds Series F ; United States Saving
which dictates the peace. Your dollars can call the tune. Bonds Series

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EIGHT I th.. 4 WniYifi.n.. *sB C'lub.1'! These programs are also available Discharged from
partment 01 .u -- ---- the
attending physician and can get a of which Mrs. W. H. Nollman and to negro boys and leaders.A Miami Beach last SatUtd A
Successful Bond Rally Held Saturday has just been reorganIzed riving here 1,
RED CROSS diagnosis and prognosis the job ; Mrs G. C. Richardson respectively Troop Sunday "' a

la simple and many times we are the chairmen, to determine at Lake Butler and organ the service exactly nine ;:
-APPEAL- families whether of working ization work is also going on In Although his plan, are *'
.1 I have to visit the how many children
Hampton. Raised At Two-Hour AuctionShown found in other sections of the district only tentative I It, ..
Lawtey be
they live In Reno, $27,125 mothers can \\a '
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rar Had taken to forma
A rotnnm "br will soon be enter some ,
.fir tae Hra (...... Worka Mlarkr.ITrpnrr Brooker Graham, New River, Starke and Bradford County who Steps phase >f deteneA
l 1III I country bomt. This message was hoped that this survey localities: Brooker Hamp The "Mayor first| enl

i you were to spend a day with should be answered withinan could be completed and the application ton Heilbronn and Macclenny. the Marine: Corps In 1916,

the Home Service Worker of hour If possible. for these funds made Newest troop In the district! is Ing a disability discharge"

the Bradford County Chapter of I returning to the office we and accepted before the WPA clos- Lawtey which was reorganizedlast months later. After the
Upon month with 1 5 energetic of the United aril:,
the American Red Cross you I find that a report has been made ed the project, so that there States Into R

' ; would be doing something like by the Station Hospital that three would not be any break. But Dr. Scouts registered. War I, he was inducted Into

,gWl, this-answering letters averaging I small children are stranded because W. 1:. Mlddleton County Superintendent The Court of Honor and fundamentals Army spending some time J

; t' t six to ten dally about loans which their soldier father la In the of Public" Instruction course to be held In seas later receiving his dit

rrl, '' t had been made to soldiers' fami hospital from a n Injury their under whose supervision the Starke May 18 Is open to scouter.from He again refuted\\ and It

l ? lies Inquiries about soldiers' dee mother who went to visit him 4 school will be operated under the the entire district. spent five years |In the

e h' pendents. Investigations leading fainted when she arrived at Camp new set up reported yesterday being wtth the army of

, .r to dependency discharge and Care for had not been Burned lion "over there."
llh; i? J up and was hoopltallzed. that the survey Kopelousos ,
answering Inquiries about Hence the openIng Mr. Wainwright Is a
even these babies had to be provided.Our quite completed. pas

rooms available. I able Staff Assistants showed date for the new "ChildCare" Friday. April 18 while George Commander and POSt Ad)!,

And then the day ,begins for real ingenuity In finding a practical school especially for children Kopelousoa, co-manager of the of the Jones.Langford-Whle!

office the children mothers" will Park Cafe, was cleaning out his of,. the American Legion
; by this time there !to an I nurse to care for of "working bat
full of people who wish to apply while we waited for relatives not be known for some time. oil cook stove in the regular man had quite a little to do "'I IUAt

for some kind of help." Our first for whom we wired to come ner he was badly burned about Organization

,' applicant wants a loan to tide her to take care of them. State Farm Scouts the face. It Was his custom he T

u over until her allotment check ar Are you tired T The day Isn't said, about once a month to clean The TabernacleAn
ActivitiesThe of the stove thoroughlywith
Plan Inside
necessitates checkingwith the
F ; 1 rives. over yet for we have numerous Impressive
This time about program
Field Director at Camp kerosene. >
the : telephone Inquiries about soldiers' of the, at the Tabeinuclei
with Band and a portion of the regular meeting 3 P. M., he evidently didn't wait presented
f& i Blandlng. who in turn talks families, children needing daycare above N the 120th Infantry
determine need. i Call St. Saturday after- State Farm Boy Scout Troop until the stove had thoroughly Sunday evening in keeping t1
it, the soldier to wives to be taken to the crowd<< attending the War Bond rally on I the Easter season, the themijng
When get the report we work for medical Committee was held Monday! cooled off after dinner
't? ?S s we Station Hospital Clinic noon. cool enough for "The Risen I Lord(, JJ
said it was
the '
out with the applicant plan care clothes for families of night at the community house ano scenic background for
of this loan. We also .I him to lay his hand on It. the t ttrum.
1 repayment service men. verification of residence Issuing S27.125 worth of War Henry Honeycuttj.; Frank's Fine Scoutmaster Tom Conners report.ed His face was badly burned and where the children J
a make some suggestions of employment for a soldler's wife who Bonds in! two hours-more than Food-John 'Vanhell. Millard P. that plans were taking shape his hair and eyebrows singed assembled showed a rock-M

management Increase money the Income, etc. wishes to return to her home. f223 a minute an enthusiastic Burt MrS Millard P. Burt, PaulM. to remodel the old canteen build though he shut his eyes and thus) tomb from which the toMJ|

,c to middle of a Britton J. C. Douglas; Guidon for as troop headquarters been rolled and 3
the use
.J This Is typical of many applications This is just the Home Service rally was held In ing avoided injury to them. He was, away as the
; which come to our attention Work Do you see why we need roped-off block of Call St., Saturday Grill-Newell Campbell Chas. R. He also reported a lively Interest away from his work all last week' legation sang a renumr",]

4 during the day. Staff Assistants Motor Corps. afternoon between 4 and 6 Kuyler, Carl Barone: John Fink, among the Scouts stating that I and most of .this.Wainwright lymn soft lights appeared hi]
Mario C. DINardo;: Koch's DrugStore several advancements will be background and an
o'clock. angel a,
Our second applicant Is frantic I Camp and Hospital Committee
-Arthur LaOarde, Robt. for official recognition soon, the tomb with
Club ready by uplifted ba''
Home the Rotary
because her husband la ill and, Production Workers and Sponsored by i Returns <
Balcom Ben J. Bowers Tony J.Trlbul. Because of the press of Important The program consisted/ of
vital with E. L. Matthewsas a
her son la in the army stationedfar Nursing All of these com- of Starke
yii '
the Howard Lee; Park Cafe- matters that must be handled forties", he hestra: numbers, readings. dw
from home and she mittees work together toward a chairman of arrangements, Still in his "early
wants away him to come home Immedi unified program of action. rally was In the form of an auction Sgt. Drexel Reno, Cpl. Chas. Andrews soon the Committee voted to holda has four honorable dischargesfrom a sextette and a abort Script
Cpl. Frank Dell'Arne, Mat- called meeting Tuesday night,, all Christ-
to the with liberal Starke merchants Uncle Sam's armed forces! nessage centerel\,
Advice Is given as RED CROSS NEEDS YOUR
; to be taken to donating valuable articles thew Patyk, Paul E. Angley. May 3, In the community house That is a small part of the military Plans for a Mother's Dayp
h? necessary steps HELP. bidder The services of the band and at 8 P. M. Details will be completed D. Wainwright gram are under way and
facilitate the emergency furlough.By that went to the highest record of N. maya
arrangements far seating were for re-registering the troop little unusual this
War Bonds. of Starke who year
in Jr. former mayor
.everal ,
this time there are I
If every man, woman and made by Rotarian Julius L. Thorn, during May. and at the same

a telegrams from Field Directors child In the United 8tatelllars: The rally was launched when director of the USO-YMCA. I time the Troop Committee will be ". ----- .. ... ...... -
( at Camps from other parts of the aside f 100 the aggregate will the 120th Infantry Band from and new members

United States requesting verification t">" about 111,000,000,000 or the Camp Blandlng, under the direction re-registered EVERY BRANCH OF

i \ of Illness of members of sol amount the Treasury most of Warrant Officer Burch Nursery School added.

diers' families. If we know the raise In Its Second War Loan. arrived at the USO-YMCA Closed HereThe District Chairman L. R. Bl'lstolannounced

marched down Walnut St., and a district Court ol

I a arrived at the stand arranged for W P A Nursery School, Honor which will be held Ir 3nJuranceH.

SEA FOODS CHICKEN,DINNERS them on the wide sidewalk in established in Starke nearly two Starke Tuesday night May 18,,
In the Methodist r e ere atlonal
front of the Starke Hotel. years ago,,for pre-school children
addition to the
STEAKS CHOPS The Inimitable Jack Dew councilman ((2 to 5 years of age), closed last building.
of bandages and t recognition -
at large for the city of week. It was first established In awarding
Jacksonville, who is famed for his tho Starke Armory, but with the for WALL
the Scouts, a short COUl'seIn C.
TEMPTING, TASTY. SANDWICHES bond-selling efforts, opened the completion of the new and enlarged among of Scouting" .

DELICIOUS HOME: MADE PIES drive here with a stirring appeal Bradford High School It "Fundamentals will
will be given This meeting
that brought round after round of moved' into quartets there Mrs..
undertaking, including -
applause from the crowd that Fannie Jones Tories was the unitsupervisor be n representation! from Union, AgencyConstant

jammed the street. He was Introduced who organized and

A & A LUNCHEONETTEIn b y Congressman Lex:,., successfully operated It during Its : Baker Plans and were Bradford made for Counties showing Service Over 50 Years

Green entire career. Along with Mrs.
Park Theatre Bids. ____ ,____ Starke, Floridait Jones were two other' teachers a the much-discussed motion picture -J
The first $1,000 bond was purchased "The Scout Trail to Citizen-
i L A. Canova, maid and a cook.Originally .
by Mayor ship" at the community house Please 114
who drove the first nail Into a the WPA nursery
schools established primarilyfor with the date set tentatively ____.__._ _-n_____
casket, containing an effigyof were
CLASSIFIED ADS large May 25.: The general public as

Hitler, and which was presidedover underprivileged children and well as Scout and Cub parents

by Rotarian W. n, Nollman, I those from low-Income families. will be invited.

WANTED Louis Shafkin, local businessman But gradually and especially Hard of 6.,1..ttend this
WANTED Scouting activities at the State
(( and the entrance of the United
'served auctioneer since
LMIng, on apartment, house or High School Girls Farm are part of a program cov-
bidding for States Into the War the ad-
homes for rent, located within 20 To Work Part TimeKvenlngs brought forth spirited eying the newly organized New SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION
Endri.. the 46 items that had been donate vantages of Its services were extended -
miles of Starke : and {S'eek- defense River D 1 1st riot L R. Bristol,
119 Eat Call Street Go of the workers children of the NIGH IIDIIITr HIARINO AIDS
W. B, Sewell president ;
\V..T. CLUTE, Uealtor ladle to learn sellingVICTORY serving as its chairman and all 1 t
MissCarolyn forces and children of
p MILITARY SUPPLY Florida Bank at Starke, and armed ;
boys living In the three counties
ht s FOR SALE-1937 Chevrolet pickup Keen, member of the working mothers they being
and who are Interested in ScoutIng
truck In good condition WANTED (Male) bank staff issued the bonds at a charged a small fee. write him at AUHX H-.rln Alit w
asked to to MAGNOLIAFriday.
tires, reasonable price. S. High school students to work as booth arranged In the office of Sometime ago'when local civic are MOTEL .4hI".lIy. tI".-. Hilt
good 23
ij Ralford Fla., for Information; 01 .
B. McOlew Kingsley Lake Village clerks serving the armed forces the Bradford County Telegraph. leaders saw the'' handwriting on tinuet..allwrMs"ours .
; to Chaplain L. A. Shepherd Rat 1 pm N.w ..eWr.vtla .
to veal
months. who donated wall far the WPA was 9 am ( .1
Route 2, Box 289. Starke. during the summer The prizes and those the so as
F ford, Fla., chairman of Organization ISOV.
Positions are for them were:: J. M, Alvarez, concerned, they took Immediate
4-9-4tp open persona
f. IMS'r'
I and Extension. The same aaJ lilies f. ?...., raga LI, .. (
17 years or older who can meet ; $10 pair of men's shoes; Brad- steps to see If.the Nursery School ... wear. Uiles te kw AUIIXMS eraa.

WANTED TO RENT the qualifications. ford Hardware Co.. BO feet garden could be conlnued even after the 9 privilege and 12 Is who open want to boys to between become M. .u......., C Aer.., .a- ,.., fcaa4lc. .sl

Modern 5-room>> house Excellent salary and good hours. hose; Koch's Drug Store week- WPA was liquidated. Steps were ....,.,..' .. ... tatrn t.. cot afle.-arrterra

furnished Living accommodations on the end kit; Gem Jewelry desk fountain taken to secure funds from the cubs.Men hen N. 0."

Mont be In Starke pos_ Apply at the Camp Blan pen set; Fitch-Wilkinson Inc., recently-e n act e d Lanham Act and women who want Information "., huN1 DR. J. FRANK WALLACE

Permanent Tenant ding Exchange office. 4-23 3t two cases Schlitz beer; Denmark which provides for such schoolsfor on Scouting and Cub suet w e10yatbaf Hearing Specialist
Box 268, Starke Furniture Co., table lamp; Starke "children of working mothers" bing and would like to help or- a AnRex Jacksonville Co

"""" IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Dry Cleaners, |3 In trade; Alex. only.A ganize these groups in their com 807 Fla. Theatre Did 1(.

WANTED (Female) milk cows, stock cows, beef ander & Co., any man's hat in survey Is being conducted by munities are asked to contact Mr Jacksonville, Florida

High school students to work as cattle stock: bulls or hogs, get stock; Bradford Photo Shop the Educational and Health De- Bristol or Chaplain Shepherd.

clerks serving the armed forces In touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., three 8x10 photos of winner;

during the summer months. Bex 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Starke Coca Cola Bottling Co.. > ,

Positions are open for persons City; Telephone 481 Lake City. one case and one carton of Coca
17 years or oldc/ who can meet Auction market every Thursday "
Call St .
Cola; P. S. Stores. Inc. (
the qualifications. on all classes of live stock Hoover's : ,,'-I. f !
branch) dresser set;
Excellent salary and good at Lake City at 2:30: P. H. can t ge pncei
Blan. Studio 8x10 photo of winner; ,- you any
hours. Apply at the Camp at
field's Jewelry
ding Exchange office. man's bill folder and child's ter
STEADY WORK ring s a y bit .
VENETIAN BLINDS-made to fit GOOD PAY gold bracelet; Stump's any ladles

and correctly installed. P. Gas. VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLY hat In stock; Florida and Rita a

sett. lip Theatre 10 passes; Shafkln's,
ARMY OFFICER and wife want military brush set; Your Portrait

lI'OUND-black sow, weighs 100 furnished ,apartment or house. Studio one 11x14: color portrait;

pounds 3 pigs. Had since Occupancy May 1. Reply Box Drucker's Jewelers, ladles wristwatch

March 4. Marked fork rightear. 431-M Starke. .-23 2tp ; Hart Furniture Co.. card Q ( '

Bartey Hamilton (color. table; S t e r nberg's, Manhattan I (
radio. the occasion
ed), 1-2 mile southeast Stuck. shirt and Wembly tie to match: I WHEN .
having one that could I for hospitality
Anyone i s
station. lip brush set S.i
ey's filling Suslow's, military ;
be bought, please notify H. A. the natural
R. Johns Sc Son.. 100-lb. sack 'i
WANTED colored men for'' Carlton at the Bradford County chicken feed; Tip Top Super Mar. answer is JAX, the

kitchen help, S13 per week. Also Telegraph. Phone 29. ket basket of groceries; Union' Beer Y
JI- colored women for dishwashers FOR SALE-1931 Model A truck. Bus Station round trip ticket to Your guests will appreciate "il4

910 per week. Apply Gulf Service Station : the exceptional
4-19-21 Good tire. Will trade for Silver Springs; g '

Guidon Grill. chickens. Box 371, Starke, wash and grease job; Leila's, eolorandmeU; golden

WAITRESS WANTED Good Fla. ltp ladles handbag; Eastern Auto : ow flavor

pay reasonable hours. Also Supply radio battery; Green's of this refreshing\ ,

colored dishwasher, female AP- FOR SALE-1939 Tudor De Luxe Grocery basket of groceries; Mr. cheery: companit: of

ply Bowling Alley Cafe Temple Ford sedan;; perfect mechanical Raymond Adklns hand embroidered pleasant moments.

ltp condition. Apply in person at dresser scarf; Park Theatre,
Ave. You can always serve
the Poet Office or direct Inquiry 10 passes; Van H Priest's card
Tax with) pride simply
FOR SALE AT ONCE-One cook to Box 106 Starke. ltp table; Southern lOc Store, felt '
stove heater pipe and mat REMEMBRANCE: CARDS-Set of runner; uanova. P. trnarmacy, uiuiij.nlOv I because a* :

complete .$18.-1.. E. Burney most Im bag; Carpenter's, box of candy;; say:
four-Recording the buy
Box 59 Fla. lip Victory Military Supply telescope 4
Rt. 1, Lawtey In Catholic life. :
portant events bag; Slstrunk's, step lad. r.lIoI''Vovers no 2 &---.

FOUND-One sow with 8 pigs. BaptismFirst- Confirmation Holy .- Communion Mar. der; Jacob's, man's hat; Holly. ":"' you v- __ __... a gg

Owner may have by paying for These cards are lithOgraphed wood Camera A Gift Shop, desk O\\\

feed and advertl ement.--Carl riage. in and many col. .et; Lady Fair Beauty Shop,, .1t
gold and set;; M1MMI
McKinney, Sampson City. Fla. ors on the front making a shanipoo. manicure Quart Bottlel! ._ ,
Co. hat
.-30 2tp Torode Chevrolet Full
beautiful and permanent ( Jy .
a tor car; Mrs. Mae SUscm, box 'fM.lAX
of those occasions. Certificate Ask ". JAX'''
of Hershey bars. .
LOST-Black Jersey cow. Marked. forma printed on the Rotarian W. T. Clute had made i mbo i.th' fri'foned battle capS ,0ra..the.
swallow .
and undeiblt, card. When filled '
crop upper back of each horeae
with local restaurants i it beer .
fork upper and underblt. i out properly signed Remem arrangements C3u= becaU". het t prevent a the .wp '
to membersof pour lbein -
leather to give supper Jumbo, ,
wore as ..
When last seen brance Cards may become n a and rut .,
Is the
and following you.o
the band tightly
halter $5 for her return. Crosby important as a Birth Certifi the v'1 When the cap you re ..ady r
Lake road at city limit.-Wm. cate. Set of four cards 25c- list of contributing cafe's and 1 carefullY. rc.pp_ .. ..unul :
4-30 2tp men they served: A & A-Danny "' ... or''''" ..
F. Cone. 5 sets for $1.00. Send today to:: Konfeld. Monroe ..... : .
Horton. George ...' ,.
Jack Reed, Jr., Box 42, Houtz. Paul Carpenter ArpadStarke ,;." ; ror. .. .
Mathews ,
CPL. WERT HUGHES Co. II, dale Pennsylvania. lip !It' .. .. .,. ,.. "
_- '
Ann Harry's -
117th Inf., APO 30, Camp Blan ; J (,.. .. .,......,tt t4t'>i ":.::.f". : '"
Fred .
ding, lost pocket book in Starke I FOR RUNT: _furnished 2-room Anhworth, Norman Murphy ._-- ,', :.;I' ... :.,1". .., "
Blsso, Val Con. ) ,p'. 4 .
23. If I bath hot and cold Woodard. Surelio l".1' '
Wednesday night Apr. apartment rn*:BKCPJIII* ..,,,ri....nil-7. .
Grill-Sgt. Cbas. W. .. Ji_
Stanley's tel Condon's & .. -<* .
found please return to Bradford water furnished. ; Jfe x4M*** ******> .- -
County Telegraph. Re- Ranch, 2 1-2 miles southeast of Howell. N. J. Light W. C. Car- BUY WAR BONDS TO S'PE-V THE ---jfiLfcasBiBsa.w J

ward. Thanks Itp Starke on Road 23. Itp michael. Dante Comaatrt. Sat.t DAY OF VICTORPAGtJ