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: May 21, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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rocerymensplore To Poppy Be ObservedBy Day Church Center 56 Seniors Will Be Graduated ,H' .

Legion, May 29

Saturday May: 29, has been set DedicatedThursday From B. H. S. '

aside as "Poppy Day", and the Tuesday Night

local American Legion Post has
ilk Shortage NightThe
arranged to commemorate the day -

iThe near critical shortage of by people having on several the streets ladles of"tag"Starke the, new Church Service Center Scouting Course Hazen AssistingIn Negro KilledIn Student Speakers t L'

,ned milk for babies In Starkethe by placing a poppy In their lapelsor of the Episcopal and PretbyterUn FSA OfficeL. .
of much 4l cus- on dresses and acceptinga
subject Churches a n attractive
at a meeting of grocerymen donation. addition to the many handsome Given TuesdayThe O. flaxen, who was In the Auto Wreck' To Feature :
restaurant men held In thert Proceeds from the sale of pop. new buildings recently constructedIn local office of the Farm Security

house Monday morning and pies will be used for charlty-glv. Starke-was dedicated Thursday Administration most of the time

tended by Donald W. Powell ing relief among the families of night May 20, in impressive first night meeting of the from 1035 to 1038 came to Starke Art unidentified negro. man was :
veterans of World War I, where Monday, May 10. to assist In the Final Exercises
of the Food DIs-
bresentatlve ceremonies directed b y Bishop recently organized New River District burned' to death at 9:20: yesterday' :
needed. field work In Union
Husbands and Clay
fathers aniBradi'ord
,uti on. A d m I nl stratton 204 Frank A. Juhan, who has servedas morning six miles south of Starke
: sons of many Americans laid Boy Scouts of America, was Counties for the next'
il-Upchurch Building JacksonBe chairman of the join sponsor- on Road 13 when. the large,
down their lives 00 day Mr. lIazen is a nativeof Graduation exercises for the
The FDA. Is an agency ofi among the pop. Ing committee. held In the recreation building of heavily-loaded truck
of plea In Flanders Field fighting for the Methodist Church Tuesday Brooker, and his headquartersare :56 members of the Bradford High '
i V S. Department Argicul- the same "four freedoms" for Situated betwen the Episcopal night at 8 o'clock. Chairman L. now In WUll ton I n Levy which ho was driving ran Into a School Senior Class of 1943, to be (
and its object to to try to O. S. & F. train of BO \
Church and the manse on ChurchSt. I : empty held In the
County. school auditorium
which America Is R Bristol \ .
fighting again prearUled. xWilliam
Lt critical food shortages in ., the home-like center is con box cars and gondolas. The truck .
Tuesday night. May 25: at 8 o'- !
today. Chester I. the
CountySupervisor ,
L part of the country. veniently located near the Elan- An Interesting feature of the was burned two gondolas were clock will be unique In that out.
('The meeting was called and ding Center bus terminal where meeting was the. conducting of a and Miss Abbie Harley knocked off the track and train I 'j
standing Instead the '
graduates, of
Llded W. M. Edwards, Court of Honor; presided over by Is his assistant. For many and 'f
over by Father service men arriving in town from I highway traffic were hajtet' customary out-of-town not a b le, '
Bradford Murphy Judge E. ferryman, chairman years Miss Madge Whlgham was for
Irman of the County camp can easily find It. In orderto several hours. The highway, will be the main speakers of the
associated! with the FSA
here and
River ,
tense Council. make the building easily accessible of advancement In the New one of the gondolas and the entire evening.The .
j Mr, Powell urged local mer- there are two entrancesone District The- boys who came up since her leaving the work has surroundings were covered

tnts to tell him their troubles To Leave StarkeThe from Weller St. ant one at this time were found to be well been extremely heavy. They have with fresh com peas and butter be Baccalaureate Sermon will ,
qualified, for the advancementsthey had outside assistance for only beans. delivered In the school auditorium
them from Church '
could St.
i that he relay tohlngton I
two weeks since Miss Wbl&'ham'sdeparture. Sunday night at 8 o'clock
for and other ,
applied boysthroui"hout ,' '
The chief cause for The three cooperating denominations the district and Mr. Hazen la here The truck, belonging to E. C. by the Rev. G. C. Pow,'" of the
plaInt seemed to be the short- Rev. Thomas J. Murphy, -the Episcopal Church were urg- relieving the situation.Checking Joseph, of Jack sonvllle, was Starke Methodist Church. Special ,
i of canned milk of the two priest at St. Edward's Catholic the Presbyterian Church South ed to as rapidly aiTpos- headed north, while the train was musical numbers will be '
Church here, since Its sible now that ,schools will soon playedby
(rleties most popular with and the Presbyt e r III. n Church going east. The driver' ran Into the B. H. S. Band and
sung :
their July 12, 1941 la leaving his parish be out and they will have more and knocked the 30th 3110t ,
jolliers to give to young NOrth-were represented! on tHe and by the High School Chorus. '
|bie -Carnation and Pet. Monday. He went to St. Augus. program by Bishop Juhan, Dr. Albert time for Scouting. Crops cars entirely off the track indicating At the Commencement
tine to confer with the A Instructive short exercise I ITue..lay '
Tuesday course
very that, either because of the
All! grocerymen stated that J. Kissling of Jacksonvilleand : I
Rt. Rev. Joseph P. Hurley bishopin In the Fundamentals of Scoutingwa darkness because he evening James Brooks ,
was nearly
"out" of Dr. Lauren E. Brubaker of I,
were practically will \
ley speak on the of :
leae two brands and were having charge of this area, and the St. Augustine and others. Chap- : conducted ( by C. H. Nas- And AcreagesCompliance asleep, he did not see the train People Miss Zannle subject "Our
result of his visit was that he worthy, chairman of Leadership until It was too late to avoid It. Stanley on i. ,
lame T. C. Holland W H. R. Jackson "
(fflculty getting replacement. "Our Heritage, Miss Shirley Col- ,, '
was granted a leave of absence Training and( fchort talks were A. J. Smith was the conductor
and A. E. Telchart and other
others actually have to stand ley "Our Freedom ,
Miss Jewell: t
because of ill health. made by thiee men prominent In work will begin and J. L. Roberta the
engineer on ,
Camp Bland Ing officials also took
line waiting for canned milk Powell "Our Part for Victory"and
Scouting la jhjfe dlstilct. Chaplain soon on checking crops and acre the train. Sheriff A. O. Andreu
Father Murphy will from In
go part the Throughthe
Id( then we often have to dla.point ceremony. Miss Eva Faye Calney "Our
them" one groceryman Starke to the Mayo Clinic at courtesy! of Capt. C. R. Good L. A, Shepherd ,discussed the ages on the farms of the county, Investigated the case, and telephoned Future." The band and the

(id. "It makes them awfully Rochester, Minn. After diagnosis, win, special service officer for the Interesting, history' of the Scout The Bradford County Agricultural Joseph of the wreck. ADe chorus will furnish music for this
. ud when they can't get milk treatment and satisfactory Improvement 66th Division, talent from that movement while the Rev. G. C. Conservation: Association has In Witt C. Jones ambulance and occasion. I '

their babies." I he will return to FlorIda organization furnished entertain- Powell gave figures to \Illustrate past years sent ,an employee of 'loroues wrecker were on the r
r I for another appointment at ment during the evening. Refreshments the growth of 'Scouting, and Foatei the Association to measure and l scene, as well as a large number The 1913 Commencement will

Another groceryman statedat the hands of the Bishop he said were served by the Shi Smlin.: princIpal of BH3 report the crops and, soil building of Camp Ulundlng employes on also be unique In that so many,
matters would grow steadily told of worthwhile of the young men in the class are .
Wednesday. ladles of the Episcopal and Presbyterian gome applications practices on all farms In the program their way to work and other !
lirse)! in Starke from present > u(. Scouting that he has curious folks gathered to see the i already serving In the armed
,lIcations "I counted 116 preg- His successor, whose name has Churches.. seen In his experience: as a school wreckage. forces or training for defense
tnt women In my store last not been given will be Installed The Rev. Alison R. Bryan director principal. t This year, due to the need for work at Camp Roosevelt and

turday," he said. here at the Sunday services by of the center, stated that NorrU saving travel. and manpower and other schools. They will receive : !
William Jr. field
Father Murphy before he leaves. Its purpose U to provide, In the I representative to insure that farmers who plant Thieves Enter their diplomas, however, and It
:Mr Powell seemed
greatly con- 0 f North Florida
Father Murphy has done an in. name of the church, the means'of tobacco will not be delayed In l Is hoped that some of them will '
rued over the local shortage of Council headquarters In Jacksonville ,
valuable piece of woik for hb fellowship, rest and recreation for I marketing this crop, the tesponslblllty be here to receive them In person.
jmned milk and to do attended and
promised ,
Church during the less than two the men from Standing. "ThereIs presented a for checking and reporting "'
Following are the members of i
hat he could to have the sltua. color film showing the interesting
years he has been in Starke, hayIng no thought of competing with crop acreages and soil building Business PlacesSometime the 1943 graduating class: 'j
n relieved. highlights! of the entire Scout setup
had complete charge of the the several USOs. which have practices has been placed upon James G. Grlffls. David Wilson
The local meat ,situation was material construction, as well as been serving the recreational from Cubs to Sea Scouts. the farm operator. All farm op- Green George B. Flynn. Jr.. Lea- .

Ascribed by grocerymen as ser- the spiritual organization and needs of large numbers for many Because of lack of time no eratois are therefore being requested during the night Wed ton Morgan, Ernest Davis .. '

us, although not critical. "This supervision of the parish. ,He months," Mr. Bryan said. "Rather business sessionwas, held at this to report their crop acreage nesday the Bradfoid Hardware Witt Crawford, Marlon Crews De'I, 'I
( a suit pork, towrv, and we can't was Moderator of the USO-NCCS In 'it the purpose to supplementwhat time and Chaltman Bristol. an. .*,and soil building practices.. Store u/nd/ the Three Ft'lends,Bar George Carter Powell; Kenneth
jet It anymore" one groceryman here are doing nounced that It would be held A committeeman ber Shop'were robbed of an un. Walter
and was largely responsible they by providinga or an Association Martin, Odell, .:Jones.
nplained.Mr for the erection of the beautifuland Center where men may be left Wednesday Iay 28, at 1:15: P. M. employee, with! the photograph determined amount of cash and George Samuel Kenls, Charles

Powell e m p h aszzed the I convenient buildings used by to entertain themselves in an In the :Methodist. recreation build I or farm map and the records other valuables. Early Thursday Ferrell Boyer, Jr., Harold Alvarez J ,

nger of purchasing meat In the I the USO. He made many friends atmosphere that will remind them ing. I for each farm will be avail- morning Police Chief A. L. Alvarez Richard H. Woodward. Walden ,

Back market and urged grocery- both among people of his own of the parish house of their home able at the County Agent's office called to his assistance It. Bevan Wadsworth, Charles CraIgli'f.
ten to unite and refuse to pay talth and among other denominations. churches. Hostesses! will be on Pacific Battle at Starke from Monday May 24 P. McLendon, finger-print specialist ton Parker, James W. Pa tray. Jr., I

pare than the ceiling price for hand to talk with them. If they to Saturday, Jun. 12, to assist from the State Prison Farmto Joseph: William Andrews, III William '

hat they buy. "If all' grocery- wish, or to leave them to them. Vividly DescribedAt In making the report. The kindsof make' Investigation Into the Edwin Baker, James Ary .

ken would do that the black selves! if that Is their desire." Rotary Club crops and land use which are burglary. Brook*, Jr., James Plckren Co. '

arket would soon be broken." Council Hears Mr. Bryan. whose home churchIs to be reported are: At the Bradford Hardware the mer Peek Perryman, Shirley Rae ,

cald. the First Presbyterian of Salem, He was there when It happened Tobacco peanuts planted alone Burglar had broken the combination Colley Lucille Mavis Crosby, Car I

He also urged consumers to N. J., l Is one of a number of Wednesday at noon Lt. W. E. peanuts interplanted Irish potatoes knobs off the safe with an olyn Green Lois Marie Newsome,

pport retailers who charge more Report Of Unit Presbyterian ministers who have Rawte, U. S. Navy gave mem- sweet potatoes, fresh market ax lying handy. From all Indications Annie Odessa McRae, Martha
bers of the Rotary Club a vivid he failed to get Inside i Evelyn Markey, Frances
pan the ceiling price for meats been granted leaves of absence to vegetables (spring crop), green Carolyn
|nd other food Item lend assistance to churches lI.ted : eye-witness account of the Battle manure and cover crop. that have the safe, though the Police Department Noegel. Gladys MIle Loper, Patricia

i Dr. Irving R. Abrams, Directorof near large military establishments. of Midway and other decisive encounters reached their full I growth, the had not completed Its Ruth Keen, Thelma Lucille

Imbalance Calls the Clay -Bradford County He will be assisted by his wife of the Pacific battle- amount of phosphate, potash and Investigation at press time. He Johnson, Gloria Allee Bufprd, ,.'<
Health Unit and his entire staff and a committee of local churchwomen fronts. lime used on conserving crops or had been using scraps of an old Alma Hlnson, Virginia Anderson

I During the past two weeks De were present at the meeting of In a quiet, unassuming but still pasture.All burlap bag for something-per- Boivin, Luella June Bloes. Nina\

ffltt C. Jones has answered theUowlng the City Council Tuesday night Set well back from the street self-assured manner,' this clean- the above named crop., except haps to erase his fingerprints. In Richards Bishop, Marjorie J.',Grt-
addition to to the safe
ambulance calls; Dr. Abrams gave a detailed account and planted with beautiful shrubbery out fighter pilot gave Rotarians the green manure or cover and S3 from the damage cash Mr., der, Doris Marie Crosby Clarke ,

Gladys O. Johnson was taken of his stewardship tellingof the new building offer almost a feeling of closeness] to the war crops require measuring. In cases Carlisle missed several register, and Annette Thomas, Eva Faye
the Alachua the and varied of for the that they had never felt before. where pocket Gainey Edna Louise Edward,
County Hospital many types everything convenience an entire permanent fieldIs butcher knives and he had not
t Gainesville May 7. services rendered by the Clinic and comfort of the service! To sit and listen to his cool de. planted to only one of these made check Marguerite Victoria Gllpin, Alice
a complete to de-
A southbound passertger train He told of the number of serums man. There Is a leunge for tel- scrip t Ion of the bombing of crops all that will be necessarywill termlne what else be miss June Harding Onie :Mae Starling,

lit a soldier, Clud B. Lowry, and anti-toxins that had been ad. low hlp and reading and a well- Tokyo (Lt. Rawle was on the air be to point out the field on might Zannle Wilma Stanley, Margie

ar the Gulf 011 Bulk Station ministered as preventives against equipped writing room. A modern craft carrier that took the planeson the photograph, since the acreage ing.At the Three Friends Barber Lee Patel Willa :Ma. demons,

bout 5 A. M. Sunday, May 9. He various diseases Including typhoid -I kitchen, with electric equipment that mission) to know that he In the field Is already avail. Shop someone had come throughMrs. Ida Lulu Davis EhleM.ae: Eunice
Mary Helen
u taken to the Station Hospital fever small pox and rabies. throughout offers facilities for bad shot down three Jap planes able. If only a part of the fieldIs Durden's back yard cut his Rivers Easley Shu-
ford Grace
It Camp Blandlng. Though the Also the work that Is being done occasional dinners. The lounge Is and was back here telling the I planted to a particular crop It way through her garden fence, Elizabeth Wagner, Sara
Barefoot Barbara
tent of his Injuries Is not among the school children attractively furnished In driftw3od story was a memorable experience will be nee e ssary to measure on Ann
got a garbage can, cut away Cameron Martha Jewell Powell.
flOWn, l It l Is not thought he was 124 requested additional funds gray and Canton red and a for the Rotarlans.( around the crop and make a the; screen and climbed Into a

eriously hurt. for the enlargement of the work, feature of the room Is a large So fast Is the pace of modern rough sketch of the part on high back window of the shop,

Hontle Montgomery, waitress and although no definite action open fireplace. Back of the Center warfare anti so great U the which the crop 1 18 planted., stealing two razors. H e used Prison EvangelistsAt

i Jordan's Bar, was taken to the was taken the Council was Impressed : are tall trees under which physical atraln and nervous ten- For all fields, or parts of field, a $4.50: pair of "thinning shears"to TabernacleMr.

lachua County Hospital Gaines- by the array of facts benches and tables will be arranged slon placed on Navy fliers that where one of these crops Is Inter- 'I prize open a small coin box In

hUe, Sunday for.operation for presented City Clerk Carl Johns to Increase the facilities even the best of them are returned planted, or strip planted with an- the cash register getting a small and Mrs. Luther B. Haines,

PPQflc1IcItlMjs. .. I stated and most likely additional for reading, rest and quiet. to the states for a tour of other crop, such as corn and pea. amount of "bath money." BUI prison evangelists of Plttsburg.

P. D. Fancher, from State funds will be forthcoming later. Mr. Bryan states that this duty after six months action on nuts a description of the method Mundy's 12-guage' automatic shotgun Pa., In charge of morning and

srm was /ushed to the Rlver- li i la Dr. Abrams' purpose to present Church Service Center has already the front. Lt. Rawle Is now stationed of planting and width of rows or was missing for awhile but evening service at the Taber-

Jae Hospital. Jacksonville, Sun- the same plea to the County aroused widespread Interest at Lee Field near Green strips will need to be given such later on It was found In the back nacle last Sunday also had a

Fay. May 16. Commissioners at their next meet throughout the country since it Is Cove Springs. but expects to return as "peanuts 2 rows, corn 1 ,row, where the thief had parked it county jail service Sunday afternoon -

ing. a good demonstration ofipructlcal to the Pacific before the 3 1-2 ft. rows." evidently waiting until he g o t The meeting were all Inspiring

Church unity. The bulhilng was first of the year. The acreage of green manure through with his dirty work. No and helpful. Both Mr.

Vital War Books Martinez erected and furnished with funds An Interesting feature of his or cover crops may be estimatedfor clue has yet been discovered. and Mrs. Halne, though having

At Joe provided by the Episcopal Church, talk was the demonstration ,of each field. It will be requested except a large knife that the thief spent 30-odd years In prison work,

| LibraryMake Gets: Small House while. the salary and expenses for equipment that a flyer must take I later to file a supplementary left behind which he had used to and being past the three score

maintenance are provided by the along on high altitude flight report for late planted crops cut his way through rough places I years and ten mark, are still

I America's books a bulwark of Many Starkeites will literally two; Presbyterian denominations.The Lt. Runrla- out on the fur-lined and additional soil building practices and "out" If he got In a Jam youthful In heart and sins; together

I Joseph war effort: Read turn green with envy when they aim Is to provide a place boots, pants and jacket that are which are carried out, in very effectively.

FROM C. Grew's "REPORT learn that Joe Martinez the where soldier will find a cordial regulation equipment and also order that full credit I Is given to Everybody Happy The! Wednesday! afternoon chil

"SUEZ TOKYO"; Cecil Brown's lucky guy!-has purchased the welcome and an opportunity for demonstrated the oxygen mask all farms under the Conaervaton dren's meetings are carefully plan.

I Paul TO SINGAPORE"; little house that they have beenso meditation worship and private the parachute and the tiny rubber Program. Col. D. E. Knight and Judge E.C. ned, and very helpful. The subject '

THE: McGulre's "WESTWARD anxious to buy for so long. conversation with the director and boat which each man must carry. Perryman recently made a real this week was "Birds of the

COURSE" showing the That Is. the small house that the the pastors of the two local This boat l I. compactly folded Occupies New Home estate transaction whereby they Bible," Artistic cut-out. were
Mtrategy of our positions In Construction Co., be automatically Inflated exchanged properties, with the
I Australia Wolfe-McLeod churches, the Rev. Charles Allen away and can used to Illustrate the lesson. Now
I UNDERGROUND and New Zealand; built on the lot near the S. A. L. of the Presbyterian and the Rev. If a flyer la forced downat Although the transaction was Judge getting S2S "boot" In the that school will soon be out, a

EUROPE"by depot-where the Trianon lumber Fred Yerkes of the Episcopal. sea. The equipment that each consummated quit a while ago, deal.Judge larger attendance 'Is anticipated.The .
and Ries 1 la a dramatic yard burned several months man wears and carries I Is valuedat the deed was just recorded May Ferryman had six lots Friday evening meeting

Inspiring record of the approximately 1450 and Lt. 14 showing that Palmer Williams, I and a fraction near Knight's negro this week will be In charge of
wen Sells
I PropertyCoL
1 from and women who fight ago.Several men have done every Knight Rawle called attention to the fact employe of the Railway Express quarters In Reno four blocks from W A. Scott and an especial treata

within to undermine their but have plumbing and D. E. Knight recently solda that, this is where part of the Co., had purchased 2 1-2 acres of Road 48, which COIonel Knight male quartette-will be a tea.
J oppressors; -SABOTAGE" tells thing furniture Installed- Road money goes when War Bond are land just across Road 13 from referred to the six\ lots he owned ture of the service. ''
the and S-acre tract of land along '
secret war against America they were going bought. the State Farmer* Market two one block from Road 48 back of
In were so sure mile southeast of Starka
Prefer our very mids*; 'or If you they to get it. But Joe: was the 28 John two Olbbs. Mr. Gibbs recently The flyer was) accompanied to miles north of Starke. Mr. Williams the home of Nat Williams On SUGAR STAMP NO. IS '
a timely. novel Ste- It to baa built 'a 4-room the other hand Judge Perryman The local has -
Phen try winner and has already moved moved to this section from out Starke by Will Wlllson. president. bungalow Rationing Board
Heyman'* "HOSTAGES" the baa been livIng would rather have the lots owned issued the statement l
and to lot on Laura Street. It was of the State, secured employmentat elect of the Green Cove Springs on property that "Sugar ,,
tort you will be absolutely mire all a so sudden that Joe has not Camp Blanding liked the location Rotary Club who made arrangements in It for some time, and has by Colonel Knight-and the 12*- Stamp No. 13. In War Ration f

*, *.Why we are a t war. been reached for a statement.But and bought the property.It for Lt. Rawle' talk here. a fine victory garden coming on. than his own. Consequently the Book I. will become valid on June: *

Public Library at the yet It Is understood that the la his Intention to build a home Attendance at the meeting wa His home Is the "Old Brockmyre transactIon wa made, and now I, 1943, and will be good for five

womanclub N. BuDdIng 201 house well built and with lumber Col. Knight said. The consideration large. each Rotarian ha/ing been i place," and he purchased the each one of them has his property pounds of sugar through August
North there
Walnut St. well worth $200. was bought for wa $260. .requested to, bring a guest. property from Earl Cook, Jr. consolidated. 1 5. 1943." 1r

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The Bradford sible by a bit of information supplied by an i and Mr. and Mr. Dewey Strick PINE LEVELBy and Mrs. J. J. Ziegler and family: Mrs Johnny Stewart,---=::

I Er, a County Telegraph observant Connecticut aircraft photographer.For land of Nichols, visited their Mrs. H. M. McRae Mr. end Mrs. Harry Anthonyof We are sorry to
alster-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. hear
Starke spent Sunday with D. J.
: Established 1817 sometime the FBI had sought to identify Strickland, Sunday Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular Phillips and family.Mr. illness of S. R. SWindell,| | J

1;, Ilh : MB MBB rt a man named "Heinrich" who was fur- Mrs. Martha Woodard and Mrs. appointment a t Pine Level and Mrs. W. W. Packham him a speedy recovery,

*FlARI134PR6SSASSOCiATION; nishing Lily Stein, another spy in the case, Ullle Sloan of Plant City attended Church Sunday and ho and Mrs. spent Sunday In Gainesville visitIng If -

NJ1n0i L6D'fORlA1A5SOQilfl: il' with information concerning aircraft produc Andrew the funeral Cain Duesday.of their'Mr brother Cain Hall were dinner guest of Mr. nison their, and daughter family.Mr. Mrs. Roy Den- child every ID the mss. "0Ita.I,

1' tion. was born and reared here. Later and Mrs. Rodman Reddish. t aside 100 tile atmlW
t .
L r... Matthew* _______ Editor and Owner and Mrs. Frank Johnson h about
he moved to Maxvllle and I .13.000.001.
The identity of "Heinrich" had the G- passed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groover and children of Jacksonville spent amOllllI the tN. t

SUBSCRIPTION KATE :Men stumped until the missing link was away lingering Sunday IUD""'the. 9th., after. a I 06, Miami spent Saturday night the week-end here with Mr. and r.... ID its Secol Tre8l1lrJ<
?t' ', ''I Yearly. 'I.". : Si. Month. "I.OO provided by the alert photographer who be- Sgt. Calvin Starling of Camp with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. I
Mrs. A. F. Hall and childrenare --
Blandlng the week-end with
.. came suspicious of an unusually large order
s.t, rabllshed Weekly oa FrMa>ys Mia Entered M Seovt his mother. Mrs: Kate Starling.BROOKER spending a few day with
,a, r 1 CUM Matter at the Post Office at Mark Flaw received for 250 aerial photographs. Al- her brother-in-law and sister. Mr.

: though he knew nothing of the FBI's in- and Mrs. T. N. Norman, In Gum OFFICE

Branch .
terest in Heinrich, he informed the bureauof Minnie section.Mr.
., The FBI Needs Your Help By Lou Hazen and Mrs. Warren Kelly and
the purchase of photographs by EdmundC.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY children of rising were dinner
Citizens of Starke and Bradford County SUPPLIESWe
Heine. With this final and vital piece Mrs. M. O. Harrell entertainedher guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. G.

should read with deep concern the warning fitted into the jigsaw puzzle, the FBI cracked Sunday School 'class the Intermediates Kelly Sunday.

:Gf'g'''' .=?, issued this week by the Federal Bureau down, identifying Heine as the mysterious with a weiner and McRAE REUNION .....

n, of Investigation that a new crop of rigorously Heinrich. marshmallow roast Wednesday I. The McRae reunion on Mother's

; trained Nazi saboteurs will soon be No report is too insignificant to be considered game night., all After gathered playing around several the Day May 9, at the home of Mr. Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary
and Mrs. T. N. Norman In Gum ]
., graduated from Berlin's crack school of the FBI when it from fire and roasted welners and
by comes a Branch section was enjoyed by Business Routine Both
t. yp' sabotage and loosed the world to ply : marshmallows. About 23 enjoyedthe Civilian And Mill
r' citizen who is sincere in his belief that his affair and all. A bountiful basket dinner
their trade of death and destruction.In observations point to situation a nice time was reported was spread for the eighty-one Let Us
a imperillingthe by all. tary.! Supply Your Needs
guests. and after lunch hour pictures
view of this imminent danger threat,
national security. True, many reports PARTY, were made of the different s

every American citizen-whether on the received prove to be unfounded, but the Mrs. L. O. Hazen entertained at family groups. Also a picture of

: farm, in a small town, or in a city-must agents prefer to have too many reports her home Friday night May\. 14, the fifth generation who were: Account Books Box Files
.. ; consider himself an individual "listeningpost" than too few this with a party in honor of 'her Mra. Kate Powell H. M. McRae. Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons
although extra
1 daughter, Minnie Mrs. T. N. Norman Mrs. Eldon
r r Lou who celebrated -
for the FBI. Unless citizen Desk Blotter Pads
1' every work for them.Keeping her twelfth anniversary on Sapp and little son, Rudolph.TIIERESSA Cardboard
conscientiously gives this help the FBI, cannot posted on "personswanted"-' isanotl'1er this occasion Arrangements of Card Index: Files
( Desk Calendars
i guarantee to maintain its present remarkable multi-colored' flowers were placedin File Folders
for citizens
'. way to aid the FBI. A the Gummed Kraft Tape
living and dining room. By Miss Ida Hagan'Mrs.
record. A recent report of the
San Antonio hotel manager attended ,a civic Games and contests were enjoyed Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink
bureau'stated that there has been no single meeting at which circulars were distributed by the young folks each one having W. H. Moore and son of Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink

'I : ,: successful foreign-directed act of sabotagein announcing that a German flyer had escaped a grand time. Later in the W.Belle Moore.Glade are visiting Mrs. D. Shaeffer's Skript in Pints and Quarts

the United States during this war. from evening Mrs. Hazen aerved the Legal Blanks Legal Pads
Canadian internment
t a camp. Sheer guests birthday cake Ice cream Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomltnaon Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits
"Never was this need for citizen co- chance later brought the pilot into her hotel, and mint. Minnie Lou received and daughter o f Jacksonville Carbon Paper Second Sheets

operation greater than at this very time- where she instantly recognized him and notified many lovely gifts from her spent the week-end with Mr. and Typewriter Paper and Ribbons

', when more than a score of saboteurs are the FBI. were friends.: Those enjoying the event Mrs. R. M. Hersey. Typewriter Oil and Cleaner

being trained by the German High Command Early this year President Roosevelt re- Betty Long. Juanlta Feagle Mr.Palatka and Mrs.spent Willis Sunday Swindellof here Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper

at its expert sabotage school, to be quested all patriotic organizations. citizens May Ellen Waters Evelyn Crews with Mr.'and Mrs. S. R. Swindell. Post Binders Paper Punches

sent to all parts of the world to obstructthe to co-operate actively with the FBI. Harvard Hazen Lowell Douglass, Pvt. Jtmmie Swindell of Texas Duplicate Receipt Books
Stanley Crosby, May Frances Is /spending a furlough with his Ring Binders Salespads
war effort of the United Nations. Thus
Long before that time, however, Americansin Hazen Marjorie Fay Crosby parents. Mr. and Mts. S. R. Swin Stenographer's Notebooks

spoke J. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI, all walks of life were serving as listening Eloise Gainey Marie Green Don- Shipping Tags Merchandise Tags
in issuing the bureau's appeal to the pub posts for the bureau. Hazen ald flaxen Udene Crosby Jack J. Phillips Jr. has returned Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels

lic. "Some of these Nazi agents will undoubtedly Citizens of Bradford where important Annie Crosby Ilene Atkinson from Avon Park where he has Aico-Grip Tabbing
Doyle Hazen Marilyn been
employed.Mr. Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink
try to enter the United States. I Crosby Agnes
military installations are almost on j Crosby.
and Steel Letter-Size "File-Its"
Rupet Zeigler of
We must, therefore, BE ON GUARD." every hand, should take this appeal with all Mrs. Dock ,Waters May Ellen Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr. Klasp Envelopes Mimeo Styli

The FBI sets great store by the assistance the seriousness that the FBI has shown in and Lubedlaf Waters and Mrs. IV CIRCUIT And Many Other Items

it receives from loyal citizens and can issuing it. The G-Men don't "scare" easily Cephus Harrelt were Gainesville COUNTY FLORIDA COURT BRtDPORD" tH-:' -
visitors CKHV.
cite case after case showing how Americanmen and do not believe in idly alarming the pub- Mrs. Mack Friday.Hall John Piper Plaintiff v.. Susie
and ,
son Piper
Bucky Defendant. Cans No 2479.
and women have aided the bureau in lic. Therefore, the fact that they have seen left Friday ,for Mississippi where ORDER OF PUBLICATION ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIALPRINTING

its gigantic task of safeguarding internal fit to issue this warning may be acceptedas they will visit Lt. Hall for sev- STATES AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Husle
eral weeks. Piper whose residence la 63: FenDer
security of the nation. The FBI's complicated prima facie evidence that the danger is Avenue Clifton, N. J.
Mrs. E. J.....Hazen and Mr. G. You ulred to
appear on Bradford
puzzle is sometimes all in place but one real. W. Hazen ,were In Gainesville June 7th,elt'f In the above named County
piece. That missing link is often Thursday of last Court and cause, wherein platntUseeks
supplied As for those incurable optimists who week. divorce. Bradford County
by information from : Mr.\. and Mr. T. W. Markey Telegraph shall publlxh thin Order
y a sharpwitted individual still Can't In next four weekly laauea
maintain "It
pw Happen Isere"wpause e Miss Martha Lee and Agnes Rimes Witness my hand and offlclalseat TelegraphPhone
ever on the alert to help protect his only to remind them that the last were Gainesville visitors Wednes- 6th., 1943.OFFICIAL at .Starke: Florida this May

country from enemy agents. batch of saboteurs that Hitler sent forth to 'I day.Pvt. ( SEAL) A. J Thomas 29. Starke, Fla.jpaaje .
A* Clerk of laid
Merle Gano of Blan- Court.
For instance, thirty-three spies were burn and blast and kill landed on the shores ding visited his parents Camp here for Att.Wm. for D. Morgan Pit. Jacknonvllle 5-7 4t, 6-20 Fla.

sentenced to prison in the Duquesne spy ,of the United States no farther from Stark' three days.- \t

9 case, and their interception was made pos than Jacksonville. Beach Mrs. C. A. Crosby Billy Crosby

and Mrs. J.. W.. Thomas .were In
r "

.r Florida State Farm News j I four years and Is now a chief Gainesville Mr. and Mrs'Saturday., Sanford Rltch and tbr 4efrAeJWelcome

electrician on a destroyer.. son Gene: were week-end guests
Mrs. John Crews and Miss
Ber- of Mrs. Ritch's parents Mr. and 7k
&i it By E. R. Bouvier nice Dobson left Friday to at- Mrs. L.' A. Brown. -

RECITALIn to Riverside Hospital In Jackson- tend a musical conference In Mr. and Mrs. L. O.: Hazen and
? ville afternoon. We regret -
Nashville Tenn.
the mu.lc room of B. H. S., daughter Minnie Lou, were in
to report that her conditionhas
Miss Roberta Whitfield visited Ocala
Thursday onbusiness.Mr. .
Mrs Will Edwards' music pupils not Improved since her return I Miss Phyllis Hazen In Brooker and Mrs. J. K. Douglassand in
rendered a pleasing program at from there week Mr. peace. .
a ago. Friday and Miss Hazen returned Mra. G. B. Colson were in ,
their recital F 1 .
r day afternoon.Pupils
Fancher la at her bedside almost with her for a week-end visit. Gainesville Monday on business.
from here are: June Cald-
well. Helen Whltfleld. Jean constantly. Mrs. Robert Chapman' will return Sgt. Ovid Lewis of Jackson more welcome in work
Betty war
,Robinson and Kenneth L. R.- Bristol spent several days to Orlando Tuesday after Mis*., Is visiting his mother here
Tyus.Mrs. last week attending the Florida spending a week with her parents- for a few days.

P. D. Fancher returned State Conference of Social Workers in-law, Supt., and Mrs. L. F. L., O. Hazen with the F. S. A.,

which convened In Orlando.Mr. Chapman. In Levy County ha been detailedto AK plant managers what a rest-pause means z;

Miss Betty McRae the Starke unit for 90 to workers in
Bristol states that this was days. war production .
YOUCANGBTKEAL mother Mr. C. A.'McRae of
l 'I by far the best conference this more workoCont entment.And contentment
McIntosh home last .
I Itoax Wednesday.She BOATDRAINBy
RELIEF organization haa ever held and
results will be far-reaching. returned Sunday and haa resumed ,Mrs.1 Z. Z. Or rra' output. Add refreshment to a
work at after -1 -M J f T< 4 -*
ACID Capt. Martin E. Griner Jr., left Standing rest-pause and InS of contentment '
three weeks' Illness.Mr. Mrs. E. E.* Lee and children Thaee
Friday by plane from the Jack- is Increased. '
INDIGESTIONs E. 'J.;, Maxine"and a reason why
Maurice of
sonville airport arriving In San- and Mrs. J. M. Bradley
Francisco Saturday afternoon. His spent a part of their week's vaca- Bethel were visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. you find ice-cold Coca-Cola so welcomein
tion In Jacksonville with their A. Grifft and Mr. and Mrs.
father and mother Mr. and Mra. war
M. E. Griner. accompanied himas several children residing there. Ralph Gainey Sunday.

far as the airport. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley 0 and Mrs. Katie Griff and children Ice-cold Coca-Cola goes beyond just
were visiting Mr. and Mr.
Seaman Van Johnson. Jr., of baby returned with them for a Joe : ,
Grlffla Sunday. quenchingthirsttobringyourefresh
Bennettsvllle, S. C., was the guest visit. 4+
of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Lieut and Mrs. O. J. Beaversof Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree. of ment. Its delicious goodness always yfyA

Carpenter's' Drug Store Mrs. R. H. Tyson last week. Pvt. Miami who were guests several Jacksonville section Saturday.were visiting in this delights your taste. Here is-a drinks ,<,
Johnson has been in the Navy days last week of Mr. and]
Mr. W. N. North left Saturdayfor Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Griffis and made with a finished art, quality I.ou "k.I
-- -------------------- twins. Doyce
Houston Texas. and Jerome were count on. The only thing like
Miss Freddie May Williamsof !visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
FUNERAL Coca-Cola is Coca-Cola
Washington D. C., was the Gainey Sunday. itself.
M ay Year Experience>> Make It Possible for Me to Render
Mrs. Came Gainey Mrs.
guest of her brother-in-law and W. E. .a. .e. ...
sister. Chaplain and Mrs. Shepherd Greene and Miss Opal Morrell
MODERATE PRICES Friday and Saturday. were, ,visiting \\Mrs. Richard Lee Letter from plant managers from ( t

DeWITT C. JONES Mrs. Nelle Beavers of Tallasee Monday.We coaat to coast emphasize that the little

Starke, Florida Ala., who has been the guest of are sorry to report that moment for an Ice-coU CocaCoUmeans 9

her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs.- Mattie- Gritfla.was taken to a lot to workers In war plant

and Mrs. W. N. North left Tuesday 'b.( hospital 'Monday' morning. It'. a refreshing moment on the

to visit In Pensacola. We, hope she Is. back with us side of things ,a way to turn to sunny refreshment .
J. W. McGeehee and Kenneth without
Service Careful Drivers Alvarez of Ocala were guests of Mrs. Louise Prevatt Is still on turning from work.

Mr. and Mr*. J. O. Caldwell Friday the sick list. We all wish her a

speedy recovery.

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall and
Starke Taxi ServicePhone
little son, Johnny are visiting: -

Randall.their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. When Your '

Phone 150 Mrs A. M. Rlcharde Mrs. ,Morgan Back Hurts-
Richards and children. Jane

and Henry are visiting relativesIn And Your Strength and

Day Night Jacksonville this week. Energy )I. Below ParIs ..r ,,...+ .
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams, may b, eanaad by dlaordar of klda.ey -,
Mrs. J. C. Williams and Mrs. M. function that permtta poiaonouawaata '
to ._a.1.... For
E. Griner went to Lake City{ .....pl. feet tired. *..... and __many..bl. 4 "
when the kidney mil to remove nor nA.
Tuesday. .eid*ud ochw acttw Iran tb. Drink

You may luffir' .-Iac b ck ,
I GRAHAM 'hum.tlo pal.,., ...adaob_ dlln., yitt; ,ths
FLORIDA LINE BUSSESFOR : Mrs. (ettiac up nighta l far paina, .- '! i /
MOTOR By Eva StricklandSgt. BonMtTmee frequent: and 'eeanty; urination
*ith> .mer IDC nail burning la another .
FOR COURTEOUS C OR INFORMATION and Mrs. John C. Willis the 101ol.o.lien,.that. or bladder.aomethinc, la wrong with '. t.,. '" Z
PLEASE PHONE 147 and little son of Fort Myers are There. ibould ae no doubt that. ** M ia1nVaMkk MMMnn&MnDBB
i spending a 13 day furlough with treatment la war than. .. prom Try Ice.cold Coca.cola
Daan'l: PiU It t la": to rely on a with your lunch. Refreshing
relatives here. edialne that ha : You'll like
won ....1.Yo..t!; way its taste and
UNION BUS STATIONLACY Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and Kjy .l.than 0...on..*have eaaMtblat been.tried and ..... add to the pleasure of refreihlaent
children spent the week-end with ad many r.. Are at all d.... atorea. eating
CONWAY Agent his brother and sister-in-law Mr.and OetZiean'* today.DOANS. Sf'CA.COLA

Mrs. Frank Reynolds of Red-
Temple Are. Starke, Florida PILLS .OTTltO UNOtl .. o" the bester always 1M better +
dick.Mr. '
and Mrs. H. G. Strickland STARKE

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Chance go on to Saranac Inn, speak at both the morning and :

New York. I evening services. These seasoned

School Journal Oa&41te9e Mrs Emma Lamereaux! made a evangelists!, whose many years of

trip to Wildwood Friday o service for Christ have given

Mrs Frances B. Hall has moved them remarkable experiences, will

I Wildwood where her husbandhas tell of the work they've been privileged -

FOB APRIL been stationed as a Seaboard to do in the past.
ORI\L, STAFF Author of "How to Win Friend I II I
3.r.nchlef 10-13 employe A very cordial I invitation is extended -
,Z8-\I"Y: HELP THE BAND and Influence People." JI \Valden Wadsworth of Camp to all by the pastor, the

| Freddie Wlm- Roosevelt! was a week-end visitorIn Rev. Forbes E. Fuller.

berly Hampton.
George Oliver and Jean Miss Norma Sweeney is visitingher Louie Wainwright, son of
Bts .' Mrs. James Gnann this Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright
Adkins Those aunt ,
club Merry Beth Knight Buy UniformsSee week. returned to his base at Jacksonville -

-_- Roberta Whitfleldral"Features "I was never troubled with an inferiority complex untilI Mrs. D. A. Wall was visiting In Sunday night after spendingthe

__ Va. Sewell, became hard of hearing" writes a girl from Spokane, Webster lust week-end. D. A. weekend here with his par-
Horne Wash. looked If ents. Louie transferred recentlyto
[ Hazen Barbara as someone had died.J.
y Ills Margaret Bean "Soon after I was graduated from the university, I be- E. Coleman's better half was Jacksonville from Baltimore.

pop. Jr __ Bettyre Palmer, gan having trouble with my ears. It became increasinglyhard here looking after him a few days Leon Starling, U. S. Coast

Arline DewNewg for me to follow normal conversation. Because of last week! Guard, has returned to Banana

___ Marjorie Davis "The Mayor And The Manicure"Friday this and the answers I sometimes made when misunderstanding Hcrsh.H: Parker has boughtthe River where he Is stationed. Leon

tlon of the WeekGarnlta I began to drop out of things. I knew I often appeared store and filling station of spent several days with his parents -

Hutto stupid and I could not stand the laughs at my expense C. K. Harper
__ Bill have Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Starling.Lawtey .
Page and family moved
good-natured though they often were So, I changed
to our cityVe are glad to has two boys who have
EDITORIAL Night May 21 from a young woman who had liked to go out and have a
have them with us.
earned their st rl p e. entirely
good time, to one who had a dread of meeting people."I Mrs. Mary Dyal In visiting In .
SENIORS often cried to I that through merit. It so happens '
J) LUCK Auditorium myself sleep. was pitiable per- Tampa this week. That's why
,e the Juniors wish you the 8 P.M. son, one who is sorry for herself. Worry was underminingmy Dave locks uo cad. that Ralph Darley, son of Mr. ,

ors of B. H. S. the best oft health. and Mrs T. T. Darley and 'Missy'David

You have been real friends "" --- I One day a kindly old doctor said to me: Lemuel Shuford, son of \

L and we really do apprecl- presidents of both classes and our BAND NEWS 'My dear you must take a different attitude toward RED CROSS Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Shuford are

your kInd efforts. We wish sponsors Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. your affliction. It is a cross, I admit; accept it as such, and both Corporals after a very few-

I lots and lots of success and Ball Willa Jean Malone and Tonight Friday, May 21, the learn to bear it cheerfully. You still have fairly good hear- APPE AL months In the service Ralph Is

I only hope that we" can taker Seleta Sparks furnished humor at band will sponsor a play "The ing in one ear,and it is not likely you will lose that, unless In the signal service and his address -

place as SenIors and do asih Intervals during the meal. Our o Mayor and the Manicure." The you worry it away. Being cheerful will help you greatly. A column. "by. for and .hoot" U Cpl. R. J. Parley, 804th.. I
We have also the H.il C Mork I. mark,
as you have. I freshman girl trio Wanda Lor cast Includes, Virginia Sewell After all, one in every eight persons is hard of hearing. rpnrrd II r l IIC." /MrmbrrB. S, T. R. Co. B., Camp Crowder,

lyed printing the B. H. S.kr ene, June, furnished us with the Betty Palmer, C. F. Boyer and Keep your chin up be brave, do the things you can do, stop Mo. 'Missy's' address Is Cpl.
the last month while Mack Futch. A swell cast plus!
for musical a r r angements, v singing worrying about what you can't do and above all stop feeling Lee McCanlell, foreign David L. Shuford. Co. B.. 1523: i
F .
graduation.In the band and
for your And then,
prepared "For Me and My Gal" and "I'll for yourself.' pondent of the Service Unit. Phoenix Hotel
: we wish you more success Be With You In Apple Blossom from Camp Blanding and Gainesville sorry from 'somewhere In I Room 739, Lexington, Ky. He Is
"That advice was just what I needed. I decided I cabling
landing., will provide double entertainment '
la happy with the engineers. These boys \
Editor.. would face my trouble and fight it out. I looked around me England describes the
At the beginning of the meal and discovered that most of friends and there of two hospital trainloads as well as others of whom Lawtey (
The proceeds will buy War my acquaintanceshad I will be proud, through their simplicity -
our toastmaster, Bettyre Palmer of wounded British and American -
to about. Who I that I
Bonds and after the war it will) something worry was thoughtI of character have stepped
which North
ja Snooper offered a toast to our class, soldiers from the I
buy band uniforms for the band. could escape everything unpleasant? battlefront. from civilian life dltectly Into
was responded to by Betty Hayes. North African
,n't It wonderful to be free! The consisted of Come on, people. Give the school "Before I became hard of hearing I was a public reader; the groove of military service un-
menu : The he wrote were unshaven -
i can now all He down and die Chicken Plleau and band your support. The ad- I also wrote and directed plays for clubs, churches and men selfishly and unstintedly. We
were walking cases,
tace With final exams over Potato Salad on Lettuce mission is 35c for adults and 20c chambers of commerce."I many off the could naThe more, many more
but others were carried
fiave a great burden off my Fresh Carrots for students. Don't let the school had sold many plays for amateur players. They had trains and loaded Into the American boys who are giving their all for i

ulders (and It isn't my head) White Bread down. Be there at 8:30.: been published for that purpose. I took up my work again.I ambulances on stretchers the' salvation of democracy. What \ ,

In Its place steps! another. Iced Tea -R. B. W, deliberately put into some of my comedies a woman char- "Often It was difficult," he a pity It Is not possible. to placeIn .'

t of collecting enough books Pie. acter who was hard of hearing. I made her ridiculous. I cabled "to distinguish the Americans "" the front lines the traitorous 1 ;

pillows to prevent my hav- Several mothers Including Mrs. Question of The Week! laughed at her, and when the audience laughed, I joinedIn from the English soldiers by labor leaders, the petty polltlclan8' \

1 to eat off the mantle for theater Perkins Mrs. Prince, Mrs. Knight, with them. Once I had a deal woman offered a glass of their outward appearance. Someof who have made the great attribute ,

'part of this summer. Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Johns contributed "What Is your opinion of the water, and she replied: the English wore parts of of statesmanship the ,world's

rooker Is at last being diapered generously of their time early school session and why" 'What on earth would I do with a fly swatter?' American uniforms and some of silliest Joke. There Is no politicsin

Last Thursday night it and services in preparation of the Shirley B.-It.s wonderful, "The audience howled, and I laughed with them. It was the Americans were partly garbed the minds of the young, only

ad a visit! from Virginia Sew- food. Several of the mothers also 'cause I have the evening to like winning a battle with myself and I was proud. !In British battle dress Several that willingness to blindly serve 1 I'

| the noted local girl who made donated pies for the dessert. myself and___..-. "Now, when I feel a spell of blues coming on, I say to American Negroes were among what the colors this small until the end. That- Is I

1 on the stage (of B. H. S.), At the close of the meal the Barbara KYes, sir I like it, myself that nothing! is worth worrying about! and I sing, the wounded."A o of other towns town and both thousands
I Roberta Whltfleld who is the Jarc-
I|classes sang the school song and 'Cause I won't have to stay in. or whistle or make myself smile. When I awake each morn number carried their be- and amall have given to the '
bous Saxophone player In Mao war.Isn't I II
Ich's all-girl orchestra. Theye "The Star Spangled Banner. when I'm late."Snookey" ing I remind myself that I can hear as well as I did yester- longings in nondescript bundles I it about time to stop asking

[ the guests of Phyllis Hazen. Our wish is that next year we Johns-I think It'a day; I shall>> probably hear as well tomorrow. Anyway, I and parcels, even cigar boxes. the finest of our youth to make

i the Robin did ever will have Just as successful a swell 'cause It gives me more shall l live but one day at a time. Most of us can stand the The hand luggage of a few consisted democracy safe" for racketeering
way, they
? time with our teachers and workas time'to get my lessons burdens of one day alone, it is the accumulated burdensof of burlap bags and Red labor I leaders and their ilk? .i
you we did this and that our Cross ditty bags. All had loud
The formal luncheon of the year Darby Peek-I like It. It givesme r-.any days and years that frighten and weight us down. praise for the Red Cross." Mrs. Mae B. Wells and young-
event at the close of the next
more time In the afternoons I'm faith thoughts in place of fear thoughts. son, Ernest returned Monday
!hman class was very pretty. will be rutting "When you're taken back of
year Just as enjoyable to "
e i hit of the afternoon was the (to do what?) to have learned to smile and be happy even the lines wounded you often lose after spending several weeks with '

tech delivered by Don Patray, everyone. Louise Crosby-I don't think It's though I must' often say: 'Speak louder, please! all your stuff" they said. "The the sister of Mrs Wells In Brunswick I

ksident of ,the boy's class, who very good 'cause I have to getup --- ---- Red Cross fixes you up with what Ga. r

ely "broke the ice." Vox Pop, Jr. too early. ever you need. It does a grand Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dye of .
Olin White-I like It, 'cause I It Fort Lauderdale
{Wanda, June, and 'Lorene got Dear"Editor: ABOVE HULLABALOO Job. were in Lawtey \ I
gives me more time to work, last week., 'j{
the groove" while singing All this year I've liked this Some of those boys are YOUR They were visitingthe : j
(Imagine that___.) boys they come from every I parents of Mrs. Dye Mr. and Mm
r and My Gal" and "Apple girl and now school Is over, what i
Alma H.-I like It very much L. M. Blanchard
part of the United States and
nom Time". should I. do? I
'cause I can get out earlier to
there are quite a few of them
The dance for the 66th last Wondering.Dear loaf in the afternoons from Bradford County. YOU Office supplies-;of; all kinds for J

esday night was more than a Wondering: "Margie" Davis-I like It. can help them. YOU can go to sale at The Bradford County ;. I'
cess! Even though it ,rainedn You should have let the girl Why? You've got me, kid. your Production Rooms In the Telegraph '
pitch forks the rain stole know that liked her but <'
you you Mary Ellen Wasdln-I like It, Legion home Thursday aft-
hang from the gaiety of'the I have a day or two, so make up because I don't have to stay at By LYTLE IIULL ernoon and help to make and cavncii DiRKcrronv OF l I

nlng. You certainly have tot for lost time. school quite as long as I used to. SERVICES
Japan Reverts to AnimalismEver pack those 'ditty bags' that Mr. t I'', ,
skid chains on your heartland Editor. Charlie Parker-I like It, because I ll
I McCardell spoke of. You at ..T. M.l'c.: { '
those M. P.'s.ust Dear Editor: I can work in the after- since history records there claD,.. Even now Russia and Germany home have so little opportunity SSW N. Wmlmmt Stret i I

simply can't wait to see What I'd like to know Is whyIs noons. have been laws-written and unwritten are accusing each other of to help the man and boy at the Church Morns.g School Wor.hlb 5:45: I:00 A.: M.A. L. t

new play "The Mayor ande I it I mentioned in Billy Brooks think It'. nuts. -to cover the conduct of having secretly murdered many front. YOUR man and YOUR II. T. U. 1:00: P. St. !
| Manicure" sponsored by' the am never Burton Prince-It stinks war. The most recent group of thousands of Polish officers. (Con.; boy Is there now. Help them Urania* Worship gQ6: p. ... '
Ima Snooper when Just a few of ,at Geneva in sideling Germany's record in Poland Wedneeday: Worship 1:00: P. M.FIRST :
H. S. Band and Melverna Thornton think it's laws was drawn up
presented with the small comforts the Red
the other kids are. Give us a this their case
recent and among the signers during war. 'i iTftODlIOJ. I
day night. May 21. It's quite chance won't you? swell, because It is very conven- was years Japan. These laws with looks pretty week) Such offenses Cross !Is able to bring to them In Me*. O. C. ........ Faele?

Incidence that the cast of four A Frilly Freshman. ient.Mr. a few suppl.ment-ere more or against decency are about as low a'' foreign war-torn land. Go to tie N, c...... Street I I

[composed of a Senior, a Junior, Futcb-I don't like It. It less a resume, of, the decencies as the human can reach, and now your Red Crows Production Rooms Church Sunday: Hohnol Worship 10:00:11:00 A.A.M.II. u
[Sophomore and a Freshman. Dear Frilly Freshman: crowds three days Into one. which have for centuries been customary we have the spectacle of a great- and go every Thursday until the :: 'n..Pw.I.hIo.til: M. ,,
[body Is better at producing Next year 'we'll have an en- Jewell Carter-I like It. because In elvilirsd wsrfare-U we and supposedly civilised nation, officially crowd Is so large that we may : : : p.: M.W.dn..day 1
tirely new staff and maybe you'llbto warfare "civilised." acknowledging that It has Worship 1.00: P. 01.a .
pghs than Chuck Boyer. it means getting out of can call any keep the Production Room open I
in it. The staff this year did fundamentals broken and Intends to continue to .... MAItK'. EPISCOPAL'
We One of the
hope this play goes over don't blame them. school that much earlier. very observed in war break the one law of decency which another day, and another day, .... Fred Y......, Heeler .
so which has been
well>1 ae "Sardines" and "What try, even the wild hordes which periodically until the time comes when Bradford Chur- n. Cb.r.a strt ,
ife." Editor. fare is the protection prop.rtreatment Krhool 10.00: A. II. I ,
wont to
I Europe were Production Rooms
overran County
Junior JinglesFor of "prisoners of war. Sunday: Worship 11:00: A. M.
jMarg-aret Beam 'even manages Dear Editor: The reasons are obvious and many observe. These fiendish warriors ofa will be open full time as other Sunday: Rvenlne T-IO: P. M.

Idate with a civilian. Folks I have an older sister who has the past month the Junior but of outstanding slgnlncance is out bygone a civilian age didn't population hesitate but to wipe they places are doing. CAN YOU DO Holy Friday D.Evening,. 10.00 7:10:A. M.p M. ,

ft these lots of boy friends but I never Class has had quite a lot of fun the fact that the soldier is He underorders Is usually respected the life of a uni LESS THAN YOUR BOY THISIS .IRaT PRIIJ'I'TIeRI"NR. ...
from his superiors.
have any. What can I do to editing the school page but I'm and it has formed soldier.Experience YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO c.... II. All.., Paeter
[Dolores C. and Martha Leer remedy this? afraid we have already begun to not his own considered master reasonablethat with Germany. during HELP. 848)) N.... ('..r.,. ...
never been Church flchool 10 00 A. MHunday .
't t care for civilians, however. I Lonsome. realize how much work there la having been ordered into battle the last two wars has taught us A large group of 'army wives' Worship :11:00: A. M.Benlor .
['ores favors the 66th and Mar- to It. I want to take this time he should b* executed when and that the life or death of the enemy have completed a course In Start Crusades ':00 P. M.Intermediate r
Is Dear Lonesome! civilian doesn't mean much to that Youth S:00 P. ...
crazy about to congratulate the former staff U captured. Assistance and were awarded
the 30th. Do
BranlnaWorehlp 7:00 P. M.
Have you tried to be nice and nation; but they have-at least cmciallyrespected :
fear wedding bells members for their splendid work With It has always been a their certificates by Judge Ferryman -
7 How 'bout agreeable to all of them? It's a a spy the laws which .. ST. IIJDWA"tW;' r A Til OLIO ;
| Martha? to do and find out and we hope to be able to do as different matter. A spy volunteers protect the prisoner war Whileit Chairman of the Bradford Be.. T..... .. ......,. Paate
Gee. Nina I think that watch good thing well next term. for his work and when he Is in is doubtful if Germany herself County Red Cross Chapter Mon. "'._.1. A...... I
I a something they're interested in enemy territory he Is fully aware would descend to the depths of mil- These al- Early: Mae. ':00 A. M. I
pip. Who gave It to you We Wonder Why Dfopartmf"nUDorIs which the day. May IT. girls are 5Kvla. ......_ .
them about fate U captured-
1 and talk to of his which has
the way? Hodges was so dressedup laws of warfare d cr**. itary Infamy to Japan ready working at Chapter Head Sunday Ma.n (:.00 A. If. I''
now dedicated herself-It Is shocking Week Day Man S.OO A. M.
Well '
J|, kids, here's hoping that Monday? War Is horrible enough ss It is to read of her approval of Japan's quarters when needed they are IAK'"R: J

all get together again next Dear Editor: Martha Lee Rimes looks so sad without adding to its frlghtfulncss.Try execution of the American assisting In keeping the Produc- KINGftLKT*-. H. ... Tllle ..BAPTISTH Paeter
gurt! (except' the Seniors, of Do you think if I tried now lately Could It be that HoraceIs to imagine the results if every I aviators. .. tion Rooms open and In generalare Berlcea' Every; Sunday
'rile) Until then so-long. that I could pass? I have fooled leaving? military prisoner wet' slaughtered. i As to that d.ed-no nation at war making themselves very use Sunday Brhoo)-10 A. M.

Snooper.. around all year, but I really wantto Peter Nleml doesn't go to In- Th next step would be the slaughter :ever made a greater tactical mis ful In every war effort. Judge Morning. Wonblp.-U- A. M.FUWDAMR'TTAIj .
dustrial Ceo class anymore of every civilian who fU into take. That act drove the cold steel Perryman announced that the GOSPEL
pass. of both at the into the soul ,
bands enemy
the sn of determination deep TAHKHNACI.KWomhlp
Grade Boys Just Fooling. Hazel Starr always looks so beginning of the war and during of every one of one hundred and Chapter Is ready to begin another Uervlce, each Lord's Day

Dear Just Fooling: neat? Invasions. It wouldn't be long before thirty. million Americans it takes class to train these valuable 11 Blbl.A. M hool-l P. M.mansrellatlc I
Well !lads and lassies are heard the one Betty Durling didn't like the the world reached such a state us twenty. years we will make that workers as soon as a class, can Hervlca P. M.
In the last we' I suppose you've Idea of getting caught In the rain of bestiality that its human population nation pay. for the lives of those *vlstors > be orgnized. Phone 33 and Volunteer Tueaday Bible Study I P. M. InMlmlon .
stretch of the about "You reap what you sew. might cess to exist and the spirit of friendship for Staff Aultance.LA I Hall.
We: I Monday afternoon? i W.dn..eda--Chlldr.n' Rib'. Lee- I
race. The main obstacles what has happenedto
Well that Is of which once felt for Japan, and
Innumerable eases w*
ng I While looking through dictionary There are Ion and Choral Work-4 P. M.
examinations. Yes we will' you so I am sorry but thereis my hot-blood savagery towards prisoners I which would have returned in the Thursday: Victory Prayer mow i
10 busy< making up those past nothing I can do for you. May- the other day. I ran performed during the heat ,course) of normal events is dead. WTEY -3 I" M.FrldaEyan..U.llo. 4

e book reports and trying; to be you'll know better next time. across a few words which had of battle and here have undoubtedly This act will create dislike In the) By F." R. Carradlo P. ... Maatlnc- i 1
La that 'lost algebra book that Editor. very amusing definitions. They : bn many Instances where large mind ef every child who reads his _____ I
of prisoners of war have American history for Just s* long as PRISON EVANGELISTSWhat turEen Of CIIRIMT i
: afraid we won't be able to are: numbers 0.. ....* W..t .( C./.. P>M j jBlbla
recorded In history.received
uPerate In Just Advice-Something given by the been sythl.ssly I"ugbtered-wlom.: It is promises to be a blessed i .C..... ; !
two months. Grade Girl time I of refreshment and Cyr., R R.aaeU.t:
The picnIc' went oft with a I 8th .bushel but taken by the grain. spiritual Hturtjr 10. : A. M. 'f!
'G. The 0 0e Best man-The one who doesn't HAMPTON a telegram that Arthur challenge Is In store for all who Mornln. Worship 11:*0 A. M. r
In main event was are ,I Wonder Wb.rBarbara get the bride.Caul1t1owerA. Rhoden, one of our Hampton attend the Lawtey Baptist Church Kvenins. Worship 7a.: P. M ,
canoe Wno" occupants and Helen really like cabbage with a By B. B. Wiggles boy, was, wounded In North this Sunday, May 23. Mr. and Blbla study: Wadnaaday: 5:00 P. M. : I

tch rette S' and Lyle A. Mr.. to go to the show now days? college education. Miss Kathryn Weest of Elizabeth Africa. Mrs. Luther B. Halnes, veteran COMMUNITY ___L MI-SIOM

a bathing" lOOking very charmIng Pauline B. likes to live at the Gossip-When nobody don't do N. 'J., has recently visited Mrs. Kirk flees and children of prison evangelists of Pennsylvania Kl-aelr'0 r....P..e..a.fai.. 4 Sill W' .. B data !!
re suIt. Dale why State Farm so well? Could it be nothing and somebody and friends who have' held Gospel services in Hvaa.ell) "tle Wer>lcea/, every Han- I [
you in Plant City are visiting
lOOking her brother Gordon Weest, II day night. : : .
80 sad 1 f las It 7.SO.A.
0 ? nearly all large U 8. prtscmw will- !
ase D. C. tells about it. visiting' and relatives, here'this- week. ; Brook, Sponior.SEA
Dorothy,S. tdaitn't'theret her I _
1 Miami and Is 'now; s
would have Jewell sings so much? Well, I guess t had better go Misses Martha and Betty Home f ;
t OUr gas another' picnic Margaret likes to go to the call on the ration board and see parents, :'Mr. and Mrs. T. F. have returned from St. Georgeand i
ration '
t't flow It. Thla '. ; station just "FlorIda" so much? Could it be if I can get a priority number on Brown In Hampton. Reevesvllle, 8. C., where FOODS -- CHICKEN"DINNERS J'j

If 8. signing off. B. M.? good grades. Something tells me Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne returned they spent a month visiting relatlvee. '' 'J I

Sopn. Spy, HI. Dorothy L. talks so much? I'll[ need it before the week Is last Friday from St. .. STEAKS CHOPS j t;,,

t Joyce has such a sweet smile over. George S. C.. where they were Clifford Kalch of North Miami r; r'

rest Frills when passing heboy's eighth Bye now "Margie." lorne's called to mother the; who bedside was very of Mr.ill, recently spent a few days here TEMPTING. TASTY. SANDWICHES ,j' ,

room TMargaret visiting his brother, L. R. Kaleb, DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES /
Let has started wearingIipetlck but is much improved now.
Tuesday the Freshmen been and sister, Mrs. Clara Stone. Wi WiA
.e. Could it have visiting
of B. H. lately? Mrs. Odis .owman is
S. theff
had anal -
celebration In the form of a the request of her boy friend? ? BACK UP her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth La- I

cl1l'On! Although the girls Ava Nell likes Texas av50 same? I Brown for a few weeks. Chance and Mrs. Clara Stone left & A LUNCHEONETTE

auy Outnumbered the boys the Three certain boy'coming YOUR BOYs Mrs. Marjorie Wadsworth spent Saturday for tie North. Mrs. .... I

chaos was considered a success, Into our room of a mornIng s last week-end with friends In Stone will stop at Doylestown 'In. Park Theatre Bldg.: ., ____ Starke Florida I

everyone who attended. The r **MJil1 Palatka. La- 1 I Ii
I(I Pa. while Mr. and Mra ,
Addreal gram was as follows: Class Reporter(Never Mind) Bard Ta1.r Mrs. Emma Lamercaux has Just ,
by i
Mr. Smith,. the i




t ; h FOCR RR nFORn OOrWTT 'I FtFORAPn. !Nr,\Rgvv:. pi'' nrrr'' FRIDAY.. SLty ...., bu

: be not quite as long as Emily I Recent Births I Mr. and Mrs, Frank=---
Berryman Back Caltlhoo
1:71: "' ll i ?SOCIETY CLUBS I Poet would wish) she married Starke May 19, boy t
at the gen- Me. and Mrs. Henry Tomllnson, Mr. and Mrs. c I
il _._ _._. -- -- --- -- ____u __ Bonnie B. Berryman, owner of again Last week C' Hutch
----- ---- --- received Starke
------ the Berryman apartments, and eral delivery window she Starke May 14, boy; May 20. gu,

Joint Scout Outing Wartime Child Labor Delightful Recitals who lives at 333,West Call Street a letter in strangely familiar
''cl has returned home from Portsmouth handwriting You guesed It-! --- --
Enjoyed Wednesday Is Discussion TopicAt Given By PupilsOf Va., where he was In the Husband: No. 1! Scene closes

e Members of the Boy Scout and WSCS MeetingThe Mrs. W. II. EdwardsMrs. U. S. Navy. Mr.i, Berryman enlisted with our lady heroine doing a "Air Force" Is Powerful Film J

in the Navy on "Pearl Har- Sarah Bernhart faint on the post-
Girl Scout troops of Starke enjoyed Woman's Society of Chris- Will H. Edwards of Law-
Curtain ,
bor Day Dec. 7, 1942 and received office floor IJ' ,
4( a joint outing Wednesday tian Service of the Methodist tey presented her talented groupof ':\!; Y
'x his medical discharge May '" <<1.
l i' afternoon at the W. B. Parks addressed Monday In recital held
Church was piano pupils a
they put so
14. He was in the .ho pital about Now I know why w
S JW Lc it ijjPSIf''H} landing on Klngsley Lake. afternoon by Mrs. L. A. Davis Thursday afternoon May 13. In two of the five months he was In much stress on maintaining a sol- : ,' ..-

The boys and girls left town Secretary of Social Christian Relations the music room of Bradford High the service. dier's morale Mine received $. "ji
;'r' early In the afternoon and en- on the subject of Child School, when I opened '
distinct pick-up ,j'
} joyed swimming and games at Labor In Wartimes. In her well A varied program was enjoyedby << He Is a pipe-fitter by trade and a the following note this week from

i the Lake. Before returning to prepared talk Mrs. Davis spokeof parents and friends of the foj- l Is considering going either to Pvt. Bill (Camp Swift, Texas) '
the curfew law, the necessityof lowing pupils: Kenneth Tyus Camp Blanding or to the St. he sn
't town they enjoyed a delicious : "Dear Carolyn
d Long
+ '( children being: In school and Florence Brown Mary Beth Lane, Johns River I Shipbuilding Co.,
"This Is a thankyounote
i picnic lunch. other phases of training boys and Levy Canova, Jr, Betty Williams, Jacksonville to work. "If the! salutes thanks.
and I do mean
l'Jt, Accompanying the young folksy girls for future citizens. Betty Robinson, Julia Lawson, Army doesn't get him"! He has ; if know
W' Sometimes wonder you
p' were the Rev. Charles Allen, Boy Mrs. Titus Olson conducted the Helen Whltfleld, Dotty Sue Biggs, already had an epistle from them how widely your column is
since returning home last Friday Just
> e Scout leader Mrs. Lemuel Colson, devotional service and used as the Maurice Edward, Jr., Delano read. After you publicized my
t keynote of her scripture reading Thomas Wanda Pearce Jeanette l Issue I received -
Girl Scout leader Mrs. George B. address in a recent
friend of Priest, Madge Brownlee Margaret' Kochs In IowaMr.
and prayer "Jesus, the letters from far and wide-
h. Flynn Mrs. H. C. Brown Mrs. children." Monteith, Marian Brown, June
; ) One Wigging and Francis Yerkes. Caldwell Clarice Thomas and Mrs Louis W. Koch one from Maryland, one even ', c nb
The business! session was con- Shuford.On left Starke Sunday, May 9, for from the state of Texas besides
ducted by the president, Mrs. W. I Sioux City Iowa to visit their quite a few from Florida (God's

O. Halle and Mrs. Julius L. Thursday afternoon, May 6, son Lt. William S. Koch, who is country). Yea Mam-Sho does

War Workers Thorn transacted her duties as Mrs Edwards presented her plna- a bomber pilot in the Air Corps. thank you!" And thank you,

secretary. The subject of the accordion pupils in recital at the I He was to have' gone overseas Bill It's really refresh to
h": 4; Needed church service flag: was discussed, Lawrey school auditorium. The know that my feeble efforts are
following were heard on this pro several days ago, but was detainedby
l ana a number of new names added so appreciated ? And speakingof
S. 1000 Shipyard Workers to the list, which was read by gram: Mary Celle Darley, Esther. a burst ear drum, which put addresses, Billy Dowllng's new I s

r, J?' Heeded At OnceMECHANICS Mrs A. Wood. The list Is still Shuford, Bobby Whitehead, Ann ,' him !in the hospital several days. one Is: Pvt. Wm. E. Dowling-

; incomplete and new names shouldbe Moore, Linda Carradine, Ada Ed- His crew of eight men have already !- :536836' 4th A. F. R. D.,
reported to Mrs. Davis or Mrs. wards, Barbara Moore, Alvin LewIs Squadron 413. Hammer Field
Wood.It Eincstlne, Moore Lou Edwards gone over without him, Fresno, Calif. Just been -

r, TOP PAT (1.SO PER HOUR was announced that the circles Rdfctey Shuford. leaving him here to get with an- t transferred there from Fort War- The life story of a Flying Fort unaware of its fate it noon mile

6j Ll:4DEIUUiU'-f1.aO: 8YR; 11OUB; will meet the first Monday\. In other crew. ren, Wyo. ress is the theme of the powerful I the astounding discovery of th

d 12 Burners June. Circle One will meet at Daisy''' Fowler Circle Mr. and :Mrs. Koch were to new film "Air Force" which will attack on Pearl Harbor Althoufl

100 Carpenters, the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Had Meeting Monday come by,his home at Red Bud If you remember as vividly as 1 I be shown at the Florida Theatre their captain J ta killed and anode

i 200 Electricians Hutto, with Mrs. Hutto and Mrs.T. 111, for a visit with his brother do the spectacular appearance of Sunday, Monday and Tuesday and member of the crew shot by JL/
200 Pipefitters A. Hunt as hostesses; Circle The Daisy Fowler Circle of the that Monticello high school band also at the midnight show Satur- gunners the brave ship Is l broujti
and sister and on by St. Louis,
200 Reinforcing Rod Setters' Two will meet at the home of Baptist W. M. U. met Monday at when it came here for a football day. down safely at Hickman Belt|

25 Sheet Metal Workers-. Mr. and Mi's. Julius L. Thorn, the home of Mrs. S. E. Sparks Mo., to buy merchandise. Theyare game several years ago, I knowyou'll Produced with the cooperation patched up with feverish baft

p with Mis. Thorn as hostess. with eight members and two visitors expected home today. go to see "the Mayor and of the U. S. Government, the and taken up again to play u
First Class
25 Welders-First Class present.The the Manicure" tonight (Friday)) thrilling: story is the true saga of active part in the battle of tin

I Woodrow Wilson Poison Jr. devotional was led by Mrs.R. Gatlin ImprovingH. and help 'swell the fund that will the trials and tribulations of the Coral Sea.

I A. Thomas on the subject of be used to purchase snazzy uniforms "Mary Ann," a B-17 that fought "Air Force" has been acclaimed
JAPPRKNTTCKS XA11T: AX. 76 POK CBMTtt' ABOVTf P&R TRABIS BUUtt Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson "Job" and prayer was offered by L. Gatlin, 'section hand with for our own BHS Band. unprepared above the embattled aa the greatest film depicting the

Folson anounce the birth of a son, Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot. Mrs., W. J. the Seaboard Railroad is gradually Starke is a big town now In almost waters of the South Pacific dur- heroism of our flying forces, yd

100 Machinists Woodrow Wilson Fol on. Jr.. at Epperson had charge of the pro- improving,'rom an accident every respect, one of the ing the treacherous att a c k on to come out of the war,

t 150 MiscellaneousTL&flaa the Willlston Hospital Sunday May gram and Mrs. M. F, Hazen gavea on May 3 in which' sustained, main shortcomings being that our Pearl Harbor. The Story ,f Fula
16. Mr. Folson is butcher at a broken rib on.his left side. He An added feature of .
talk on "The Gospel In' the Silent school band, no matter how well Except for a couple of Incidental espec.il
( : .'!' Guy's Market. World," telling of the work and some ,,other,jnenjbers of the the boys and girls play, still lacks roles the cast of "Air Force" human interest on the same program
-aooa AND DPICDC crew were moving heavy timber with "Air Force" is 1 the delightful .
of miss ionarlf to the deaf. that certain bit of ooomph that cons 1st. only of the bomber's
Ladies AuxiliaryThe "Treating Lepers As A Hobby"was when a piece got, out of control bright uniforms can add Incidentally crew and features such capable short subject depleting
: and hit him in the side, breaking day in the life of Fala, the liitu
Applicants need not be given by Mrs. H. L. Hough.It hear the entertainment players as John Garfield, Gig
Ladles Auxiliary of the his rib. He spent about a week in black Scottie that lives In tb
skilled craftsmen. Training was written by Dr. Frank tonight will be plenty good, with Young Harry Carey, George Tobias -
Presbyterian Church will have acovereddl bed, and has not yet been able White House and sleeps at tin
Fowler, a medical 'missionary and some talent from Bland 1g as and Arthur .
provided. Yard works 48 h luncheon the homeof to return to work. foot of the bed of
at son of Daisy Fowler for ,whom added attraction, so I'm looking I a man named
hours per' week, with pay' Mrs. R. F. Clark. Tuesday, May the circle! .was named.A forward to seeing you there exciting story begins when Franklin Roosevelt. This short

(for, 52 .hours. 25, at 11:30: A. M.Dr. story was read by Mrs. J. H. by Mrs. Alexander, after which So long now v'I the "Mary Ann" and Its crew tells Just what Fala Is doing ut
of nine
take off
Lord, after which.Mra.. W. B. the hostess served a delicious sal Carolyn: J on a peace-time thinking these days as war problems
e 100 LABORERS Alexander:conducted the '!business ad course, mission to Honolulu just before occupy most of his belmtd!

(White and coloredS meeting. The offering was $8.73. The next meeting will be held Acceps 'War Job December 1941. Uitrmed: ,, and I master's time.

S per hour) The meeting closed with,prayer with Mrs. M. F. Hazen.

t _____ ________ ___ __ Edwin H. St. John son of V. S.
Raw BOUSK9 Am ARPARtMSMT] St. John, of the Eastern Auto
|,AVAILAJlUg AX. KXAiKMIAJILa' ftATKS.: T Supply Store left Monday for
Callstreet Daytona Beach to accept an Important PUT THESEPYREX

_II Apply, In person only, to Max Shane Carolyn : ; Civil Service war Job. He I
rUe will be Civilian Instructor in the ,
} '
,_ S. Service
Small Parts division of the 2nd WARE GIFTS

In Tampa, St Petersburg, OptometristIf WAAC Motor Pool at a begin-

Bradenton, Fort flyers, Well, folks '. Your faithful I Powell) an' DoBhla (Mrs. Brown) ning salary of $3,800 per year. '

gal reporter will soon be four ; are plotting birthday parties for He will be the head civilian em- 'I at he
Lakeland Ocala Lees- of
or your ey.. bother you let old first the top .
years --having seen I respective small fry Leila ploye under! Lt. O. D. Beck.
i I Iburgr.Ho. me examine them and f fit you light of day on August 4, 1939 I Mundy/Wa just back from Tally i

,with glass*! if you need them. .; ." (Speaking of the column, of where she visited Dot and Guy : Deeds Filed ..list t

: one employed] In crltl- 30'yeanexperience. Holidays course- not me, personally) Sale, whose marriage, was an your ,

I f vcal war work need apply. and Sunday by appointment 'Sbeen .a fascinatln' four years, event of'July, 1939 But Dot D. E. Knight and his wife, N. L. al
with the comings and Knight to John
keepln' up an' Guy long since deserted Talla Gibbs, $260 for
I TELEPHONE B-4S7 goings pf Call St., living thru hassee for a really good town certain property in section 10,
(THIS IS AM A. r. Or L. SHIPYARD 401 Templi Theatre Biiddinj such strange an' hectic times as (And I don't mean New York township 7 south range 22 east,

Corner Alain and Montoi StreetsJACKSONVILLE the construction period of Blan- City!) near State Road 28, May 12;
McCloskey & Co. ding receiving fan mall from _' Eu.la M. Edwards and W. H. '

FLORIDA( friends and strangers, alike, and Yea: Four years ago yours I Edwards, Jr., her husband to Annie tD w
Tampa. Florida: flattering myself to think I was "the Ritz
truly reported that"s I Hampton, 5 1-2 acres in section -
doing my part to keep things Theatre is gettln""swankier every 35, township 5 south, range

I tlckln', along the ole main stem day Mina really' '*,deserves '''a 22 east, May 12; UTILITY DISH
. Being In a reminiscent. mood forwhat she's done" :
lot of credit : Annie Mae Kemper and L. W She can bale Chicken croquette, <<

From "where-.Y.sit 'tother night, and unable to sleepon Wonder?w&aJfwould: :" have Kempeher husband, to L. W. In (Ml Pyres; Utility Dull. Seen
'. account of those panzer divisions thought If I'd bail a glimpse then
Kemper a lot In section 350'oven.
of that have descended 28. town- r (f.t. Only 40 minutes In a
i mosquitoes of the magnificent\: oi w Florida?
) chip d south range 22 east, May .Uit for br .A do-
II meets ,
on Starke o( late, I turn- Edith Rowe (now Mrs. Leslie 14 .y ,
; '
ed back through ,my scrap bookof Biggs) was making headlinesin % tens. S lilt: Largt ?
w t -by Joe MarshPete columns to the,very beginning the Lake City newspaper by D. E. Knight: and his wife, N. 1SH! Inch size 6S
rand what do you think I saw!' visiting in those parts and stating L. Knight to H. K. Perryman and
his wife Loise Peek
(Way back In 1939 ,A. D.) that L. C. reminded her of New Ferryman
York compared to Starke lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 of block
19 In the
Swanson fancies ,himself the military police agree that llo an' Jack \\IIllam' and A. But you should glimpse them bothat Co., addition Livingston.to Starke and Truby lying& "flAVOR-SAVER"PIE PlATE

as an armchair strategist Some Instead of ruining discipline, &2 E. Wall ,were back in town tell In1 night now Edith, and see In the west half of the northeast Barry pie" In .th,. new Pyrex Pie

times he gets so tangled.up I beer sold in Army camps provides tall tales about their trip to ,see : which one makes you think most quarter of section 28, township Plat taitct gtandl Bake for 43 __ n i
of 42nd St. Comer Long was
Just can't resisttryin' to our soldiers with a mild that wonder of wondeis The : from serious 6 south range 22 east, May 13; minutes In 400 ov.n. Fluted
straighten him out. form of relaxation without impairing Woild'a Fair Today the :Williams recuperating very .
Jack's military Illness Now Comer's hale an' Emma P. Hill and Louis H. Hill edge keeps in ,Juice, and. n..... ._.
For Instance,the other day he their efficiency. pair are near andA. : hearty and giving his all for Uncle her husband to Edward Durban, Handy plat handUtl, .$.C.""
station In So. Carolina
was waxing indignant about our' Well Pete allowed that the E. Is helping4' hold down the. Sam '. '.. Andy, Adklns: was putting 20 acres In section 24. township Silt, 10 inch.Only 45c
soldiers being allowed to buy chaplains and military police i it 1 oca 11 tes in stitches with his 5 south, range 22 east May 14th;
fort at Bennlng Marjorie
beer, right In camp., Said that
was Just coddling the troops and j\ what's right for soldiers. I've no- flutter over a proposed trip to preparing for bed Now \AndyIs Edwards, his wife, t o Edward I

:would ruin discipline. ticed lately he's been confining Crystal River with three 'schoolgirl i graduating from The Citadel Durban, 10 acres In section

I told him the actual t facts bad '. h Is remarks to the broader ,chums Now Marl is ,,and Boon will be ,a,2nd Lieut. township 5 sooth ramie 22-- "--24'1-' DOUBLE DUTY CASSEROlEA

already, been established by a \' 'ptiasea of strategy. ,* I Mr ..Wm. Thomson, and all aflutter i I Ver'Intereetin' May 14; "murt"for every bridal Shown,
,, that newly arrived son'n' ,, ", I'll say Annie Mae Kemper and L. W. pltP.rtd' *
over here
study the Government made. I with eaiily
--v an
-' A! -those items of 1939 And Kemper, her husband to Bertha
help' -. noted in
Their report said chaplains and Prominently Chen. Souffle. The cover keeps
'-:, lots of fun to compare 'em with Pearce, "fractional lot 3 In block
historical first column were
r ,4 O'- "two demurely long-haired little what those same Callstreeters are 11-and all that portion of the "w food steaming hot or ,make 11'I'

ti. "' I doing today .' But guess that's northwest quarter extra plat.Thre.liiei .
ladle*....Mery Beth Knight and of the southeast pie
t :: ,; No. 63 of a Strict : Grpfcj&Jftft; &**>*MutyM y""d0d011K Wanda Pearce ,. In order to enuf reminiscing for one time quarter of section 28, town- .-1% qt,only
I'd have to Gotta get, back to current ship 6 south range 22 east In
'em today.
describe Grace Walnwrl reports aid town
to '"bellesof history : lying east of the frac
K that wording
change two recruits for the tional lot 3
a new and between said frac-
it 'I, QQoe r''a, the ball" ; brunette. J. O.' Alvares bride" observation tower-Ruth Johnson tional lot 3 and Church Street: lOVElY CAKE DISH

and his "petite Clair ,Klckllt.r" ,
an' Dorothy making said lot
''''' run from its
were 'visiting'at Klngsley, For )Ii,., F.rrt. r
,GUARDYOUR Incidentally, she could Use a few present eastern limit to Church caUl .-
;t Is in the Navy at She
Now -J. G. more, It you ever feel so Inclined Street May 14; can w.tch !It t brown through ;_
and said b. b. (and _
.. Pensacola p. clear !
? ., lIea .Lilian Stump jnlbe Eurle Cook. Jr., and wife. Ruby olau. Naat 0UM k.ndM.,

I,' .. ...._ charming Boston little. daughter. ) are a Lieutenant in the Army Nurses' Cook, to Palmer WIlliams. and Grand (for all lind,of baling! sad _

back In Corps by June 1 :., ,. Congratulations wife, Llnnle Williams.. 2 1-2 acres .rvlng. Sh.11|| "" .ltt.

> Also understand there're alone Road 13 in Temple subdivision pelr fecit 3 5
fUNDSWHEN e.e- Way bock! In 1939 A.',I>. Charlie two brand new lieutenants in the I May 14.

't my e Sur". .+qn Pender was nursing Injuries received Carlisle fambly-Al Kay (bomb- Eva Mae Thomas and A. J.
: "TRAVELING in a nasty automobile adler) and Audrey (Nurse) Thomas, her husband, t 0 Alice
.. wreck on the Klngsley Lake road Energy I envy: ,K It t 'e Wain- Marie Kelly lot 9 of block 21 in

,."It arty'' : ; Since then h.'a done a stint wrlght's '. Hear she canned Crosby Lake Shores ,in southeast tf PERFECT MIXING BOWlS

S.short o r long business trip-when. visiting In the Marine Corps and, I. now 21 quts. of beans In one week-end! quarter of section 24; and In
,... < *
easily back along the well-known street Mildred ,(Gill). Doyle postcards northeast quarter of section 25 Every brief, cjoafva this tit
(' Llcainps of bases; :-or.; :on -change your Charlie an' Rosa Mae,Burton from Wichita Falls Texasin township 6 south range 21 thr*. for mixing,baking,.."..i"il" '

lostor stolen cat h into safe American Express were here on a visit ,Today defense of the Lone Star state May 12;' ,east and rioting. Us. the big' one I 101

1Travelers' Cheques before you leave. Spendable Ro.a Mae Is here on another visit, which Isn't 'nearly .so sandy and Alma Shaw. Joined by her husband e ailed bowl", if), smell one W

everywhere.. Prompt refund if lost or stolen. but Charlie-well, he belongs to rocky as some of the boys pictureIt A. B. Shaw; Nannie Gainey. f desert for two. Set
Uncle Sam Scottie Duke was the claims ,. Joined by her husband' H.
of $20 $50 and p of 3 trawl. OnlyStore 70J
Issued in denominations $10, cracking wile, of course, caustically Gainey. south half of north half

$10O. Cost,731 for $100. Minimum, cost 4Q( for observing of a careless male One-Act Drama In the Starke of lot 6 in section 7, township 7
and autolst "That man drives like a Pootofflce: She was a soldier's south 20
$10 to $50.,For sale si'Banks Express Offices : range eallt. containing Hours 8
Railroad Stations. man thinks a woman drives!" wife who remained' on 'the local 20 acre., "it being the Intention A.1\!. Till 6 P. 'M.' : Including Saturdays

many Edna Pearce Dot Bishop an' scene after her spouse departedfor of all parties to convey the south

AMERICANrEXPRESS Doshla Smith were scurrvin by, foreign service ., Some .20 acres of the north half of lo( BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.
: plotting a houseparty at Klngsley months ago he received I notice 6. regardless! of whether this Is

i Lake Now Edna'a a hard that he'd been killed,in action he proper description or not. May Phone 8
;S =:: CHEQUES -.- working nurse and Dot (Mrs. After a abort lapse of time (may 14., v



' '-- BITS of LOCAL NEWSBrown 1 1IJ I didn't know anybody by the' 1; Lt Wallace W. Farnsworth i

IIE: IN THE ARMY ; behind name of me Will.thought I guess I was the fellow WUr I Woodward Apt. 2, Keystone flU;

4 Court
Lt. Hill, Berry man Apt.
l Is spending some Mrs. Jeannette KlnceOd left E. Williams, formerly princi- i because he fired his gun and shot 2; Sgt. R. C. Bukowskl, Trailer
I me, In
Ashvllle, N. C. Wednesday" for Ashland, Ky., pal of the! Bradford High School I I'm one of the fellows who is me out digging a ditch. A little I my excltemt'nt-Exchange. Park Cottage 1; Sgt. B. L. Thue-
where she will spend three weeks but now engaged in war work I making the world. safe for demo : while later he passed and said,
Jordan left last week for abuslnesa looking after business interests. with the St. Johns River Ship- cracy. I fought and I fought andI "Don't throw that dirt up here." I RATIONING HOARD NOTESW. It'n, Berry-man Apt. 3 Court 1;

trip' to New York building Co., in Jacksonville, wasa i foughtbut I bad to go any I 11 .said, "Where am I going; to put I L. Blair. Chief Clerk Inthe Sgt. James Napier, Berryman I

Bishop Frank Juhan and Frank business visitor In Starke Tues way. I was called in Clans 1-A lit'?" He said, "Dig another hole l local Rationing Board, has been Apt. 2 Court 2; Pvt. Paul Smerlg-

I Dearing, retired insurance man, day. The next time I want to bo in I and put It there." I authorized "to Issue certificatesto Ito Wadsworth Apt. 3, Hampton;

i Dora Piers of New York I' both of Jacksonville, were guestsat Class B (the here when they go I Three days later we sailed for retailers who have In their Sgt. Mike W. lUcks Wndsworta

M the guest Sunday of the Rotary Club Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman and -here when they come back.) Australia Marching to the pier, possession A, 11 or C nine Stamps

B. Alexander. left yesterday for Gainesville Ga., I remember when I registered. I I had the worst-luck. I had a for the weight: value of the Apt. 2, Hampton; Sgt. Marion
Clarence J. Stokes, Sr Sara- went to desk and the man C. Smith, Wadsworth Apt 4.
where: they will attend' the grad- up a Sergeant who stuttered, and it stumps up to and Including May
E, J Flynn of Orange sota attorney, visited his daughter uation exercises of their daughter In charge was my milkman. He took him so long to any "Halt!" 31." "This Is the latest date that Ud.mptonMr; C. R. Mitchell
looking after property Miss Jane Stokes, Western Miss Ead.!: "What's your name?" I said, that 27 of us marched' overbntl rd.
mas 1
Catharine Nollman at we tan accept the return of these Berryman Apt. 6 Court ; Sgt.
,there this week. Union employe in Starke Wednesday Brenau Academy From there "Oh you know my name" They pulled us out and lined xis W. A. Rohr, Trailer Park Cottage
the communication
"WHAT'S YOUR NAME he stamps, stat
the trio will go to Highlands, N. up on the pier. The Captain came 3; Sgt D. W. Doubltn, Berryman
!,? to Starke-Blandlng for C., for a vacation. barked. So I told him "August by and said "Fallin!" I said ("Application and record must Apt. 2 Court 1; Mrs. Nellie Griffin -
tailoring and better clean- Mrs. Woodfln G. Halle, Jr., Childs." He said. "Are you an : HAVE been' In, sir" 1// be made on OPA form R-315 and Crews Cabin.
Park Theatre.and who spent a week here with alien?" I said "No I feel fine" ,
opposite herhusband's Mrs. F. L. Dursh Imer and I I wan on the boat 12 days filed with the l local Board. ," 1
parents Mr. and Mrs. He asked me where I was born ; sea-sickneas had me for 12 days \
Mrs W. B. Mundy lefty W. G. Halle returned Thursday daughter, "Pinky", are upending and I said Plttsburg. Then he Nothing going down and Kuler Injures Foot
for a vacation to her home in West this week in Richmond, Va., with said "Where did first the 'I every- Recent Rentals
13 Palm Beach see
j,, May Mrs. Durahlmtr's i you thing coming up, I leaned ovei G. S. Kuter former owner of
In Laurens N. C. parents, Mr. and light of day?" I salll, "When we the rail all
the time.
datives :Mrs W. R. Chalkley. made Uimiddle 'v. T. Clute, realtor, announc..srentals the Starke Bakery, now partner
They "
Mrs J.V.. McNeer who has moved to Philadelphia. He asked of one of best leans
the trip with Mrs Ivan my through hU office to the with Ilillle Jackson In the Iran.ter
|:M, B Herlong left Thurs- been visiting her sister Mrs Tampa, whet Is also Stennettof me how old I wa, so I told 'the Captain rushed up and said, following people during the last business, hauling freight. for

fcornlng for a few days' Marcus F. Brown returned'! Wednesday relatives In Richmond.Lt. visiting him "Twenty-three the first day "What company are you in?" I week: Lt. R H. Davis, Berrymnn tho Seaboard railroad and mall

trip In the "woods." to Tampa to be with her of September' He said, "The said, "I'm all by myself" He aitk- Apt. 3 Court 2; Sgt W. N. Leaf, from the depot to the postofflce

mother, Mrs J. J. Fitzgerald.Mr first day of September, you'll be I eel me If ho( Brigadier was up yet.I Rltch Apt. 3V.; 1'. Smith, Townsend dropped 2,400 pounds of sheet
F, w, Varnedoe of Savan- and Mrs Grady McBride In China and that will be the last said. "If I swallowed It., It." house Lake Butler; Mm. rock on his ankle Tuesday, May

a", ]Is visiting her parents % and Mrs. R. O. Daniel of leave tomciorrow for Tuloma Ala. of August." I up" Talk about your dumb peo; :: David Isner, Berryman, Apt 1 11, sustaining painful injury The ;

d( Mrs. W. P. Smith. Sarasota and :Mrs Agnes Simpsonof where Mrs. McBride will'remain Then I went to camp and I guess pIe. I said to one of fire\ fellows Court 2; Mrs, L O. Stinker Berry- accident occurred at his home,

Gainesville were visiting old at the home of her parents whileLt. they didn't think I'd live long. "I guess we dropped the mini Apt 7 Court 1. Sgt. John and he la making satisfactory Improvement -

L Joyce Humphries of St. friends here Thursday 0 f last McBride is on maneuvers. The first fellow I saw wrote on anchor" He replied, "I knew Klnsella, llerrynmn Apt 1 Court I I '
Mo.. Is a guest In the week. During their six months' stay In my card, "Flying Corp" I went'a they'd lose it, it's been hanging

| Ot Mr and Mrs. H. L.free Starke, Mrs McBride has been little further and some fellow out there ever since we left New
very active in Red Cross work asa I said, "Look what the wind's,, blowIng -
Mrs. Sallie Ttson has returned Yorlc.Vell
I staff assistant. In." I said \Vln4 nothing, we landed and were Immediately
to Tampa, where she Is the guestof
j and Mrs. Sanford E. Ritch the diaft's doing It." sent to the trenches..
her sister, Mrs. N. M. Norton, r
on, Gene, spent the week- after spending several attending Tom Grady, who Is associated On the second morning they After three nights there, the cannons r
lisltlng I in Brooker and with Metro-Goldwin-Mayer Mo- put these clothes on me Whatan started to roar and the / t
to business In Starke.
fevlile, tion Picture Studios, arrived in outfit! As soon as you're ir hells started to pop. I was shak-

Starke from New York last Fri- It you think you could fight any. ng with patriotism. I tried to
and Mrs. D. Chriatlano of Mr. and Mrs. H, H. Young have day for a week's visit with his body. They have two sizes, toe !hide behind a tree but there

Conn., are guests of Mrs. recently had their home on West wife Mr. and Mrs. Grady are small and too large., The pants weren't enough trees for the of-

Eluno'g parents. Mr. and Mrs. Call Street painted. It Is now a expected to leave today for Chi. are eo tight I couldn't sit down leers. The captain came around O ?

1st. John beautiful clear white In contrast cago, where Mrs. Grady will spenda and the shoes are so big I turned :and said, "We go over the topit
with its former brown. two weeks' vacation. around three times and didn't 3 o'clock," I said "I'd like to

T Frank Landrum andn move. What a raincoat they gave have a word with you, Captain."

left Wednesday for a Mrs. F. H. Long and daughter, Wilson T. Sweat, native of me! It strained the rain. I pass. He said, "Well, what Is It?" I ,

s visit with relatives In Mrs. Richard H. Thee returned Starke, who Is now Sales Managerfor ed an officer all dressed up witha said "I'd like to have a fur.

knvllle., home Tuesday after spending several the Southern Division of the funny belt and all that stuff, lough." He said "Haven't you any t
in Jacksonville Firestone He said, calling after me. "Didn't ,red blood in '
days at the Tire and Rubber Co., you ? I said, "Yes, -
and Mrs. F. A. Canova and home of Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Car- with headquarters 1 In" Memphis you notice my uniform when you gut I doQ't want to see It."

liem[ of Galnsvllle spent lasty roll. Tenn., passed through the "old passed?" I said,. '"Yes, what are Five o'clock, we went over the I'

here with his mother home town" Tuesday afternoon, you kicking about Look what top and 10,000 Saps come at us. '

IE. E. Canova Mrs. H. L. Brownlee is in St. on his way to Gainesville to spend they gave me." The way they looked at us, you'd
Lukes Hospital, Jacksonville, the night with his mother. His One morning when It was five think I started this war. Our Cap Pepsi-Cola. Company. Long Island City N. Y. '

W M. Carter, of Galnes- where she underwent a major operation wife accompanied him. degrees below they called us out tain yelled, "Fire at Will!" But FranchlMd I Bottler: 1'epsi-Cola. Mottling Co. Jacksonville '
for an underwear inspection Talk
pent Wednesday In Starkeher yesterday. Mr. Brownleeand
husband, a pharmacist I, their daughter, Miss Mary Mrs. J. M. Davis, who has been about scenery-red flannels. 3. V.D'a .
an employe of the Blanding Center all kind. The unloiuult 1
ch's Drug Store. Brownlee of St. Louis Mo., are !
with her. branch of P. S. Stores Inc., had on would" fit Tony Gale.ito. THEATRE MIdnlte Sat. Sun. Mon.

| C, Robinson and son. Eld- since last November has, been The Lieutenant lined us up.and IB II
named by the owner Leo told me to stand up. I said "Iam' 23-21 25
Robinson, of Apopka were Mrs. Effie Davis of Blythvllle, Pfaff STARKE Tucs., May -
u sir but this
cas visitors in Starke Mon- of New York City, as assistant = underwear
Ark. for
arrived yesterday a
maki think I
manager under Charles Parlser. you am sitting
visit with her son and daughter- dov!.n." He got so mad he r
Mrs. Davis Is the wife of Master put !
in-law, Pvt. and Mrs. Harrell '\ ''w er urI
Sgt. J. M. Davis who came to
It L / Davis, who have rooms at the Ga. 'ILec.rnc'
) / Camp Blanding in November 1040. They are members of the o {
ilk home of Mr. and. Mrs. A. L. Senior Class at B. II. S. and( hud tOVlrtj'loU

,: Alvarez. George Flynn, Jr., and Joe Andrews hoped to be here in time for bt\p\

.. .- .,...- ""C. !"". .. ', ... Jr., will arrive the latter graduating exercises Tuesday ; cheel'l
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had part of next week for a brief night, but found it impossible because can't L.tp '

as their guests over the week-end summer holiday before resuming of a conflict with examina C W I

two daughters and a son-Miss their studies at Emory at Oxford, tions. {

\ I Carolyn Hutto of Columbia, S. C.; I ..1OrYth 1 *:'tt

I Mrs. M. C. Wells of Jacksonville; {

i and Pfc. Oliver Perry Hutto of OUR SERVICE .l"h'! !! I

Ft. Benning, Ga. nrrotrd to Item. of Intre.t 14 1 '
\ llriulroril County ho?. new rrvlHIt I .<.Ie' rte.. Me!
t "'.n.. J'.r.... and fri.nds are urard 'u I '
W, E. Bryant, Jr., and two small <*iM.|.vrnt. by brlnvInK la ..w. and letter :
from the h..,.. ....,. from ......... Srr lee. Gc
sons, of Cocoa, were the week- men are nliiv reiinentrl Ie write to th. 1 I-
end guests of his parents' Mr. rlruraph.. reporting etenl and ."!!'Illej ,
of Interest.
and Mrs. W. E. Bryant at the I Ht
---- mn u -
Starke Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Bry- ,.
ant accompanied them home for a Cadet Andrew Zenas Adklns
few days' visit. I
Jr., son of Judge and Mrs. A. Z.

Adkins of Starke is among the
der the Rationing Prom has r
Mrs. Pauline Miclette, 225 candidates for graduation at ,
You are allowed 3 been an employe of her brother The Citadel, the Military Collegeof

rs of Shoes I'er Year. Lacy Conway, in the Union Bus South Carolina, on May 29.

et t Us Make Your Old Station for about two years, left Majoring In political science

Ones Like New last week to live for the present Cadet Adkins Is a candidate for _-_
with her mother Mrs. J. E. Con- the bachelor of arts degree. He

The way, In Jacksonville. Her husband Is in Company A of the military
who Is an M. P. in the organization. He has been a

"PC'tric Shoe Shop army has been transferred from member of the glee club, International -

cross From Park Theatre Camp Blanding to an Alabama Relations Club Riding One of r 1W

camp. Club Florida-Citadel Club, Cam-
this Ny
era Club, Focus Club and Has yl'aN
been active In intramural sports. fl Ten Best!"

NAT SEZ: O. Jones, Jr., son of Mrs.L. \ aNnb

O. Jones of Starke has just I r. w '

? Well, I speck I done went and received his commission as a second -

of t told you a story lust week. Sad lieutenant upon successful r
completion of the Officer Candi-
weM be closed on Wednesday aftetnoonn -
date Course at the Infantry Gr
during the summer, but Mfrller School Fort Benning. Ga. He la

talked me Into making it now spending a furlough at his ItJII
R. A. Norman son of Mr. and ( i if it
It I... home here and will report backto "ats'"r
Thursday and so Thursday Mrs. I. N. Norman, enlisted In are!
Red. Benning next Monday and will 16 when he ,'-.6.-- jevl
lut that down In your little the Navy on October 4 M"
be stationed with the Academic (O'J' 'of" '"
18 of age. 0" .... ;'"
won't forget It. years ., .. '
Book so you Regiment ,.,. .-. .. ",
,. -
I Lt. Jones. for two years a clerkin IN CLERICAL SCHOOL I it.

the Starke pos toff Ice, was Inducted Edwin L. Flowers former man- .'/7'
Into the Army on October 5c to fl
ager of the eNVARO
OUR STOCK OFLADIES 18, 1942 and took his basic training store ism now "Pfc" and is attending ta i

at Fort McClellan where he 1i Clerical School at the
held the rank of corporal. "
x Arkansas State College J ones-
DRESSES The men who attend the Officer boro, Ark. His address Is Co.
Candidate Schools are the best Enl. Br.
C. 6th CI.. 2nd Platoon
privates corporals and sergeants T.:, A. A. SC., Jonesboro Ark.Mrs. .
from the entire Army, selected Flowers left Starke on the

PLAY SUITS--- by their superiors for outstanding Silver Meteor Monday night on
and of lead i ier
Intelligence qualities her way to Jonesboro to spend
hip. During the course even two weeks with him. a
the mildly incapable are weededout
AND SLACK SUITS 10 that the men who grad- BACK TO KEY WEST
uate with commission
are Cpl. S. G. Denmark, former
America's finest soldiers, fully manager of Denmark's Furniture
| I qualified to be leaders in the newArmy ended his
CANNOT BE MATCHED IN TOWNS Store 10-day furlough WI .
; visit home Tuesday. sod reentered M
I upon his military grind at Key ,
MUCH LARGER STATIONED: IN CANADACpl. West on his 23th birthday. He .
James Peterson, who Is '
was "itching" to1' get back into
with the American Army at Cochran the harness! and. It Is rumored that

Price Range Is Very Ontario in Canada arrived In i he will be made a staff sergeantat Wed 'rlm"llay 26-27: RITZ S I
Starke Tuesday morning for 'a
Reasonable 10-day furlough with his parents, a very early'data. "MOON & SIXPENCE"FrL .
I Sun. Mon. Tu-,' -' May 23-24-25
Mr. and Mrs.. F. O. Paterson. He HACK IN FLORIDA .
has been In Ontario since August -
Lt. H. 1 I. '
Lloyd Jennings now
14 last. j Sat. May 28 29 Judy Garland George Murphy'Wnl.
in Avon Park. His address Is

$1.98 to $9.95Sternberg's "It* sure Is good to get back M. C. 478 Squadron, 330th Bomb "BLOCKED TKAIL" Thum. May 2"AIR 27
home again." he said upon ar Group, Avon Park Bombing FORCE"
rival. 1'he snow is just now leaving Range. And -

up there and ,the, people are ,vFrt Sat. May 18 29 ,
just getting ready to plant their Office suppll of all kind forM "LADY BODYGUARD" "Telegraph Trail" "The Hidden lIand"1iMt211943 l
crop." be ..aid.HJ haven't seen at, The Bradford County

any green grass for a long time." Telegraph. I



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IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOUNTY Deerrleti.a L..d .T..... Age A.... Oware Tesea A Costs .. Lead tift'Twp. R.e. Arr. Ow..... 'taagNe.
All NWVi\ of SWU W of "-
Willie Lewis. Plaintiff v*. Sam! W Lots Lot 83 A Era of of Rd 21 6 22 1 Onl e Fr.. ,,
40, II A N\\I\\ 'KII
Defendant. No. 2455.ORDEW 2811 N 160 ft of that portion
. Lewis, Case Lot 43-\Vnodlawn 19 II 22 20 Na'for Inv Co. 1:1:
PUBLICATION Davis 1.67N'4 of HVi of SE'. of SW'ilying
6 23 .10 D.
M AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR described lands will be Lot 8'-\\00"I..wn 19 tlehmld 2.2.6 E of State Rd 13 21 6 22 Llndsey ,
Notice I 1s hereby given that the following of Lot 19 1i./2.:/ 6 otto BB Uiffs|
I fet N from
Ham -WlOdlawn Com 420
s Lewln.STATE whose OF residence Is Unknown.: sold at public auction on the 1st day of June, 1943 at Starke, the Lots 14. 2h8'2 4: 'z'I: !825: 26: Cor of HWU of SWU 14"

You are required to appear on County of Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes 27 29-Woodlawn 20 II 22 160 Mayfor Inv Co. 13.20 A run W115ftN50 '
7th. 1943 In the above named with all costs of such sale ft B 116 ft S 50 It to
l., a June herein ..opposite\ to the same together LOIN'; 1'1. 20. 29. 90Woodlewn 21 I 22
wherein plaintiff ...RO pt beg- Josephine.
Court and cause 2D II.. .0 F W. Hall Inof EIl"aon
I Bradford County and advertising 1.47 I A SB Cor of a 12-A
seek. divorce. Lot 'l-Wf'o"lawn :0: 1i.1::: 10 Unknown I I'

+' 1 f 4'' Telegraph la next four shall'weekly! publish:Issues.this Order DeHrrlptlon A..a.t of EI1x'! [ NE'4-('' rrit..r"W; ,. -I:! I 22 19 C. J. oft M. Dln"f.llow 8.'l8 tract owned of by land P. C.formerly flood- odv4lr .I

? Witness my hand and official I of Lead Mec.Twp. Itae. Air. Owner Yeses A Costs \ 1 N\V". A W' of wine In NV of NEU of r..
} **nl at Starke Florida this April tlclof 22 II '22 80 J. C. Prevatt 8.13 SWVi bounded N by \ '
28th, 1943.OFFICIAL. NUt of NVi of NE14NWV 10 7 19 40 J. W. Burr.ncy 12.61 \ Nth. '. Ada Macks lot "' 21 8 22 1Rosa Hall Y

i 11t"" ( /SEAL' A. J Thomas of NWU 11 'l 19 to.J. W. Muruney ...65SE'4 TOWN OF \WTEY W OF ItV. :1.1 IJ 22 SWJ.* of Blk 8 S Of R 8W 1 b
Q As Clerk of said Court. Ii 20 40 W. Mann 8.65 In NEVi. of SWUTemple's ;
of SEVt: III fl. 2l5Vfv / :
1 Sub! -
E. K. Ferryman Starke Florida, Fon.o Orlff'' 'l.1I4 :
Elk 8 Ex Lot 3
i for Plf. 4-30 4t-S-21 NE'/i of SW'i 1 8 20 40 A. P. Johns 1.28 Hilt 8 Jo'onxo Griffis 0 a.42 21 6 22' I
Atty. I40t 2 of
All 8V of NH of NEtt of Blk S S of R 4W 8 Jas Dell
2 of Dlk
W. uf Branch. 12 8 20 25 l'onnle "rew" 3.28 Lots 1. a. 4. W. C. Woot.n 2O'l1 lying E of W line
f IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD 8R'4' of NWU Bx Road 12 8 20 37 Fonnle Crews t.U I H. Harley 6.20 of NEVi In
Lot t of Halt Rlk G A. Sub Div
IN "'IIANc.'EnY. -
' r 1 COUNTY, FLOHIUA4 NW14 of NW'4 A NUt of Temple's 21. 22
J.'lti "( SWVi\ of NWU 13 8 20 80 W. B. Laaenby 1.68 Lots 6 2. a. b of Halt Elk A. H. Harley a.78 : W'4' of BIle 1 N of R S I Rufus Rlgdby

l 't Raymond 3 lleltman. Plaintiff Defendant vs.Ellaabeth If NE'2 A In Halt Elk 'l (leo. F. Young 1.27 if A all Frao of EH ?. Eat t.
; '+ M. Heltman, of NBVi of Unknown.n of Elk 1 N of R 8 BB
by Case No. 2454.ORDER NEy4Cor 14 8 20 U W. B. Lasenby 1.84 Diag. Lot I of Frao sold N. D. ,I .

I5, OF" PUBLICATION All Lot 12 8 of River 19 8 20 Ray Sawmill Co 1.98 TOWN! or LAW'fEY E OF BY-See.. 23, 24. 23. 28 '22 Hagaman being 649 ft ,
+ TO
1 ) toEAEllsa- All HH H of River Ex NASA being. all said
t OF FLORIDA SEVi\ of BEVi 20. 20 180 Ray Sawmill Co. 7.65 E16ftof1ot8&E64 Frao W of B line ofNWt

; beth M. Heltman. whose residenceIs Lock Lot 7 of Blk 8 A lots ft of Lot 7 : A. M. Towneo 8.13 of NW'4 A EVi
{' 'I-?- 111 East Clinton Street 2. 4, 6, 8 of Blk 2A All lot 12 W of Old of NEVi: of Elk 1 N of
Haven Penn. 4 6. S. 10. 12of R2E&SS4ofSW'of / .
V(? You are required. to appear named on ifo\ lk Lots 2, 4, 1 Lawtey Road& MiddleburgPublic A. O. Myers 2.6. Blk 2 N of R 3 :fi

June 7th., 1943 In the above 6 of Elk 31 & Lots 2, Lot I Hub Div of Cnt 13 w. J. Barber 1.94 Temple !Sub! Diy 22. 22 10 hire. Grace Ford

I Court and cause wherein plaintiff County 1, 6. 6, a'loJ l' 9, 10, 11.of N14 of Lot IG Brln..on oft Brown 8.5G All land lying on E ftB 1 t
Bradford oft r
seeks divorce. Hlk Lot 12 Con at SW Cor of Lot sides of the old
r Telegraph shall publish: this. Ord.rWltne" Blk 4.1 A Lots 2. 8. 4, 1'1 A run E 100 ft for !Starke! A Lawtey Public -
In next four weekly issues.r' 6, 6, 7, 8 of Blk 44 A i thence Rd In Sec' 22 known
',i t my hand and official April Lots 2. 4 of Blh 45 ft a N 1)) ,7'fttb"l 75 ft S rl'tt".W as the O. A. ,ThrowerSr

y seal at Btarke, Florida, this Lot 2, 2. 6, 6, 7. N, of 'lll ft to pt of property-1082 A
17th 1949. Hlk 44 A Lots 1. 2, 8. John Orlffle 8." In NE Cor of NW'4 ofNWU

r (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. said J. Thomasla Court. 4. 6, 6.'BIk 8, 9, {10U11, Com at SW ("or of Lot I \ 22 22 11 Mr. Grace Ford
}' Aa Clerk of 12 of n & )lk.. That portion of SWU of I
N 2'14 ft JoJ
;r { a, Jacksonville Florida 8 2D Mitchell 22.32 1'1 A run ..
J. A. Harrison 65. Ii8-New ltlver 23-2. Emil of h..OC' SB 14 A SWU of'SEU! .
ft for
180 a pt /
7 Atty. for Plf. .-30 4t-6.21 RR'4' ., of NE'4 as 8 20 40 1olIaa WIl..on' 2.10 thence run N 878 tt E of $E'' or Rd 48 21: 68'22 2. Ernest. .Wun NEy4 a. 6 20 160 First Bond A r 100 ft S376ftW 100 BU of $t7y'4 N of Rd 24 6 22 33 A. J. Thomas 1.
..tj Mortgage Company 16.09 8." Wtj of 28 8 22 80 '
Ms BRADFORD of David Mack NEU Ern.atVun"
COURT ft to beg
l IN'" FLORIDAI IN CIIA.N. Lots 1. 2 7 'l 20 107 C. L. Atkinson 13.78 Com at SE Cor of Elk 18 W'.of SW'Tof NW'4 &
: T. *V ft VClayton'L. N'" of NE'4 A $W4 of A run W 811 ft for api REVi of H r'4 of NW',
Whltford Plaintiff. vs. li'J' A that portion of heg thence run A N a-t.of NWU Of
+ CaneNo 0 27': W 8 274ft SW'i Ex S 9 1-3 A 26 8 22 60 Leon .
Whltford. Defendant. RnadW N ft 80 ft Pecan'"" .
I Public
( dl:41. 8 7 20 223 C. C. Melvin 82.13 E 80 ft to pt of belJ' Lillie Mae Howard 3.88 N'" of SE'i of SE'4 26 6 22 20 \. E. "

'OR4I>ER OF PUBLICATION Lot 9 of lJIk 1 & lot 12of Com at SJoJ Cor of Lot 18 Com at NE unrWf882t' I j

NOTICE TO APPEARA 01k N'Wit"c'tt'y'l oft run W 180ft for apt of NEVi A
AND 8 'l 20 Mr. T. p. Ward E.t. UI
OF FLORIDA to: lllady of Elk of beg thence, run I Southerly about 1980 ft
STATE Let 1 of }ilk Let 4of 'E 120 ft to Sec line
whose address In cloGeneral .Ja-d: N 137 ft W 80 It 1'1 137
I: Whltford Delivery, Topeko, Indiana. Elk 1 City 8 'l 20 Mrs, Oaena Godwin 1.11t It E 80 ft to pt of beg Alice Brown 2.8'1 thence N to place of

4f You are required to appear named on LOf Elk111-Waif t'ItyB 8 T 20 Baiter:j. Est.:a E. 2.U Com at tiE C..r of Lot 18 All"that of NWU? 27 6 22 12 Leon Decandlo t
1943 In the above A. run N 274 ft for apt Portion
Lots 22 U Z. 25 28 of of W of
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff if-Ward city{ 8 7 20 C. C. 8.98 of beg thence run !
Bradford County Blk M.lvln\ W 240 tt N 102 ft "JIt Canal A N of Call Stand
r seek shall this Ord.rWltn. SE'I.L of NE'i A NE\4\ elf 240 a 102 ft to pt E of Weller St. ex
Telegraph .publish:: HEy4 Ex ny. 9 7 20 'l4 Waray Corp 9.73NWt.Io beg Celia Duncan 3,44 homes of E. B. Har-
In next tour of I'IE'4' Ex Ry 9 'l 20 88 Waray Corp. t.81 H. II.
.... my hand and official F" Com at aw Cor of FIJk rell Houston
r Florida this April of NW'4 oft. W14 of 18ArunN 100 ft for Chan. A. Jenkins 28. 22 Blandlng Center
seal at Starke NW'4 10 7 20 108 Waray Corp 14.811SW'4 Inc it.
i Ex t. a fit of beg thence. run Com on S side of Call St
26th.OFFICIAL 1943. SEAL) A. J. Thomas SW4 oft 1y0Wt 9180ftN 174 ft Wtoft A E side of Water Stat
( As Cleric of avid Court.T. & E OftlW'4 8 17t ft to pt ef new designated In-
Starke, Florida Ex 1 Tract 2118.33 beg George Coleman 8." tersectlon A run East
Frank Landrum. 4-30 4t.52LM ft In SW Cor of NE\4\ Com at SE Cor of Lot erly parallel with Call
for Plf. 'l 20 284 H. t. 30,88SW4
IS Hough
Atty. of ofyNWS4 13 A run W 180- ft N St. 220 fet thence
It 7 20 40 T. 1.0. Drawd 2.38 .
\ \ Southerly at rightangles I
137 ft fora
BRADFORD Eu! Of NE" of SE\4\ 14 'l 10 20 H. L. Hough 2.38 thence run p1 kgf esfttp : to Call St 25

IN CIRCUIT COURT. 8E4 of NE'4 Ex 6 I AN. E 60 ft a 13'1 ft thence Easterly and .
COUNTY' FLORIDAIIN. CHAN- of Road 11 'l 20 85 T. t. Draw" 2." of beg Charlie Scott 29'lLot parallel. with , CERY. B 10 A of 8E\4\ of SW'" U 1 20 10 Brooker Tpt. Co. 1.48 2G Frank A Lula Bell 2.23 street 280 ft. thence

lame Wylt Johnson Defendant.: vs. .U NW\4\ of NW\4\ N of 8.82 N 130 tt of Lot;..11"' Olorla Peoples 1." Southerly at right
Margaret Ross Johnson Road 11 T 10 20 L. Z. William. angles 100 ft thenceW
Case No. 2453.ORDER 8 3-4 of SWVi of NBVift
PUBLICATIONAND OTTS 111:8: DIV-E"tlT 'WTEY parallel to Call St
OF 8 3-4 o? SEVi ofNWVi 280 ft thence N at

NOTICE TO APPEAR Mar- \ K of Branch A !Say! of Lot 1 Alberta Watkins 2,84 right an g I. a 28 ft ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: All NBVi of $W'4B of W U ft of E tI'l ft of N W parallel I with
reel-enc.o Branch A NWtt of 120 It of Lot II Lee Miller 1.'l'l 1.WCt: 220 ft to WaterSt
I SE% Ex 2 A-Came- W 49 ft of' N 120 ft of !! thence Northerly
polls, Pennsylvania.You tery. A Ex 1 A In SE Lot 6 Jell.le Moore 2.14 100 ft to Pt of beg 28 8 22 Center
are required to appear on Corner 16 7 20 129 H. E. Stoke '10.76Wff 8 89 It .f N 169 ft of 'k 1

Jun. 7th, 1943 In the above namedCourt s ffV.NWVt! of NEU EV of Lot 6 Leonard Crawford 1.77 ORIGINAL TOWN OF STARKE] 38 8 33R.
and cause wherein plaintiff ft B" 11 K of a 89 ft of Lot II Ruth Jenkins J.47

seek divorce. Bradford Countyt NW Lf! NW\4\ ft NBVi Lot 1 Annie Rober.on 4,60NE44 Lot B, 7 of Blk IS M. Sparkman
Telegraph shall publish:: this Order of IW'4 a 'NW\4\ Of : '' 24 6 21 ..10 C. C. Gunter 2.49SE4 Lots 2, 4 & W 40 ft of II
tn next four u as 7 20 212 Brooker Tpt. Co. 23.46 gl NW't.xN 14 'A Lots 6. II of Blk 15 Chas. Rouen berf
Witness my hand and official | SEVi\ of SEVi In IE!! Cor 24 Ii 21 28 Unknown 6815E Lots I. 3 of Blk 11 Ex III
seal at Starke Florida this April SWVi of SEVI S3I 7 20 60 D. B. Saunders 11,14Corn ot REy4 Of MW4 .. 14 Ii 21 10 Catb.rln. Wilson 2.n W 26 ft Carl Ritch
t' 26th 1943.OFFICIAL I 80 chn W of NE 8'4 of NW. of SE'' IINtW < I lot Com 22 ft 2 Ins I t
( SEAL) A. J. Thomu Cor of Sec 25 A run B 01 AW144' of> !!IE' 2. I 21 40 Carl Carter 4321 E of NW Cor of Lot 2
As Clerk of said Court. I 60 chn W 26 chn N 01 SWI, of NE'25 Ii 21 20 Bernie Lou Edwards 3.n of Elk 20 A run S 41
T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida I 6O chn B' 20 chn to A\ of IIW'4, of NWI,4It ft E 21 3-4 ft N 41 ft
t' Atty... for Pit 4-10 41-5-21 i Beg Ex B' I A of N Rd 2G II 21 17 Lee Miller 2.24NW4 Ito Call St thence W J
I 20 chns. Also Com SO \ of NE Of 8WV'1' 2G Ii 2a 10 Willie Strong 2." to Pt of Beg Tom Burrell IIJ
COURT BRADFORD chns W of NE Cor of NEtof NW of SW'4 U II 22 10 Louise Stanley 2.48 Lot 4 "Ex N 10 ft of
;,,7: IN CIRCUIT FLORIUAl IN CHAN Sea SB ft run 8 340 ft NW% of NW of BWI' U Ii za 10 M. t. Paul 2.41N W', A N 10ft\ of

I. 'CKRY.COUNTY 1 for a pt OOtb", thence BW'4 &EN'4lof NWt4 Lot 8 of P.Ik 20 Jessie. E. Livingston II''
8 1284 ft \
Plaintiff v*. MaryEbrlte run A Vi. Undo Int. 1 lot 82
i p Robert C. Culp.Defendant. Case No. N 180 It IIJ U84 tt to of of SE'4 2G II II 10 Catherine Wilson ..08 ft E A W by 106 ft
Culp, Beg-39 A n 1 n In 91.rr'Jll' ':dEdward.ltU B',6 8W1\\4 of 8E'4 of N A: S bounded N by
1162. E'4 of 8W% of I'IW"' C. RW4 211 I 22 II Willie Cala 1,94 Nollman E by Hutch-
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND H'3 of SE',4, of SE', 10 a 31 ID C. H. A John Rents 1,99NEy4 NWy, of SE'A of SWy4A Ins A W by Walnut

I(y.. STATIC NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO to: Mary 22 Lot 4 oo'r w't.oo'f REM SW)4 3 91! g II U 1: u.. Rent.Townsend. UE4I NWy4 NW\4\ '.f 8W\4\ of U II 21 '20 Richard Smith 1.14 at SW Cor of Madison '28 6 22 W. H. Noegel rCom Jr 11''
Is of
+ Bbrlte Culp, whose residence Pennsyl 01 NW'4 NW\4\ 84 Ii 21 20 Mrs. H. C. Edwards 1.83 FEt4! of SW\4\ of SW'4 2G G 22 111 C. I. lit M. Dln..f..lloW'. 2." A Bay Sts A run

i N. Rock Street Shamokln. Alf NE'4 N of R" I 6 21 U'l Mr..... Annie,. .R.. Alvarea 3.88. Bwt4 of 8E" of SW44! 25 G 21 10 W. C. Deyo II: Bro Jnc. 3.48 S 236 ft fora pt of ,pee I'J .
n vania. Wu, of It Eye of r It tYfi.2lkrNW4 ,4th : '-.
on Nm'4 BE',4 of SF.4, of 2G G 22 10 George Strong ladNEtI / beg thence run W 105 _" .
You are required to appear named 4 8 31 180 E. E. Norman 3.18 of SW of SEt 25 II 22 10 Edgar WIJlJam. 1." ft 62V\ ft E lOfi
June 7th., 1943 In the above NE\4\ 4of NE'L" Wl4 of E 3 A of W of NW% ft N 62V4\ ft to Pt. of
'i Court and cause, wherein NwWu., of liE' of E'4 28 II 22 a Lynwood. crawford 1.84 Beg
.eek* divorce. Bradford this County Ord.rWltn. of SWA 6 6 J1 380 J. W. Townsend 28.88 Et4 of NS4. of IIW\4\ ofNE'4 1 lot of land In Starke 28 6 22 Mike Dew U

; Telegraph shall publish: SJI.I14 of NES4 Ex 1 A- 28 II 21 II Joe Reed 1."
t In next four weekly Issues. official Cemet.r. 13 I J1 89 Fruler Kelley 1..0 N 196 It of E t30 ft of n4Ef'A NW"bun"l.d21toy B

.... my hand and 814. of SW14 of flW'4 A SWy4 of NEt4 28 Ii 22 2 Jessie Moore 1.94 Sanderson Lane A
1' seal at Starke, Florida thl April 11: 01 $ Ex 10 AIn 8EVf' .
;,4 W4 N' 8 '
26th. 1943. NW Cor IS 8 21 90 Empire Lmbr Co '.'l9NJI.I14 ( -A W 1..fR) in if: "r...I .e by Hoytt St 28 6 22 'MsrJane_, Green Eat I

(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. i. Thomas of NE\4\ 111 8 21 40 Betty Kirby 1.111 Cor oft NS4 of SW\4\ of LIVINGSTON
A* Clerk of said Court.T. NWy4 of NEY4 24 I at .0 Mrs 111 L. Blgga a.oo ( 28 II 22 "E. E. Edwards 'l.tI TRILBY A CO'H SUBDIV OF NEVi OF NK'4Blandlng 211 8.
Frank Landrum Starke, Florida, Beg. at fiE Cor 01 NW'4 11111 6y4 of SEy4 of Lots 1, 2, 3 of Blk 1
4t-B-ll ..
s Atty. for Flf. 4-30 of NW"% of RWy4 A/ rr,'. r, r l oR It II 21 I F'. A. Fisher 2.31NW" Blk 2 Annie Williams Est
r run NI. deQraea W !atyer r n, of !IW'4! 28 I 21 40 Margaret Carroll 'l.64 Blk 6 Annie Williams Ent I

'!a IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD 'U ft 'n Rae line t&Z ro,' l'.1"Z'.. ,1' NW\4\ of REI 28 G 22 10 Hattie Moore 1,84 Lot 4 Blk 11 Ed Hunter I
.. of SE'4
t COUNTY FLORIUAl IN CHAN- thence \\II no tt to NW 00 r ..- ..- ,.... NW4 SWI4 A -- Lots 1, 2 of Blk 19 :J.c.: "'T'urner"1
CKRY.Vera Cor of NWy of flW'i ....- ." E 188 ft of 5W34 of ; Lot 3 of Blk 19 MCarrieope
thence E $60 tt 8 880 f 't' P' r 8W' of BE'4 28 II U r Graham
Harrla Plaintiff I vs. ': J8 Unknown a.08 Blk 25 A Nty of Blk 26 < I
Charles B. SJ'd. Defendant.Case : tttoBegExlAon ; ;:: W of SE'4' of SW\4. \ of S>4 of Elk 26 A. R. Randolph

No. 2448.ORDER N aide A a.. .A In 11 fiE\\4 28 II JI II Peter TI.dale. 8r. 3.71 Lot* 1, 2 of Elk 27 A.: R. Randolph J
OF PUBLICATION Alr\ ('%" 4 '7 21 8 Mary C. Pillard ... .88 8 Ss oofS8tW'O/ of :t4 Blk 29 Ex Lot 2 :A.eTH Paul I
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR W of !!IE% N of S114 Lots a 4 Blk 80
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles SAL Rv: A 8 of OR & A WU6' of SEy .I SEI' S 160 ft of Lot 4 of Blk 4 Willie Robert I
whose realdence Is 231 F' Ry A Ie of Platted 8 20 ft of SEy4 f0 33Lots _
Hamilton! Avenue. Olin Rock. NewJersey. land. 4 'l 21 II Unknown I.U of RE'4 9! SEy .t., ,2'l II 23 n R. F. Halter H.It 2, 3 of Blk 35 S Ida Simmons

Jllk 40 Iampllon! City A E'Ao of NE,;' of SE'4 2'l Ii za 20 Margaret Carron. 2.48 Lots I, 2 of Blk 40 Alfred BarnesLnknown 1
required to appear on I A 1'1' of Elk 40 In 8'4' of NE'4 of //IE' II: Lots. 1, 4 Blk 41 '
June You 7th.are, 1943 In the above named E4I of NWt4 of aw'4 4 7 21 I Mary C. Pillard 2.41 'Sys of NWt.i of SE4.( Z8 II 21 ao Lonnie W. Page 2,24 Lots 1, 2 of Blk 42 Sam Franklin I
plaintiff All BE'" of SE4!: E of Lou 44' 45. 53.>> 53. 10. Lot 4 Blk 42 Bertha Lee Dell
seeks. diorce. ,Bradford County Old It\ 20 7 11 ::10 R. 8. Aurreney 1." t1 In oodlawn SO II U 80 H. D. Starling 3.'l2 Lots 1, 4 Blk 45 :Jessie Guyon I'
Ord.rWltne. REy of BE'4. U ''l 21 40 Unknown '8.00 E4I of Lot H-Wood. Lot 2, 3 Elk Sarah Scott
shall 46
Telegraph next four publish: u.I.:: UA In N3NEy4\ de..... lawn 81 15 21 G Mr. Villa !Starling! 1.29 Lot 1 A 84! of Lot 2 of Sarah Scott 1
... mhand and official .d 'n "William Jones Lots 28, n-Woodl.wn 33 II 22 20 W. R. Crawford 1,03 Elk 47
/ Florida this April Hit .. 114! of BE4 E'" 01 4SWS4 of NW1.4 of Lot 2 of Blk 48 Fannie. McCall L
seal at Stark. of NW% U ''l 22 11 Norman Blue 20.11 \f4NW" ',;, of SE\4\ Sallie Williams 1

24th 1113.UFFICIA All NEVI 0' NW\4\ W of of NE'4 84 II 21 10 E. M. Blount. 3.U LItlTON
( Au Clerk of saidTCourtT. Rd Fx W 9 1.3 A 28 7 21 7 Clyde Morgan Young 'l.18 Lots 10, 11. 13 Peet.- TRIDY A CO'. ADDITION HI: 1

All NW'4 of NE4 (of "rNE14 yule 8G II 21 1 WIlliam
Starke, Florida, 2.24 NI", of Lot 4 A
Frank Landrum 4-30 41-6-21 < g of Ry U 7 21 8 R. 8. S..rr.nc 2,84 N 400 ft of Lot U Atty. for Plf. Com at NW "-'n.- ft' "'WU' 1>..tavlll. U II 21 4 Ella Cain 1,81 ilk 5' Mr*. J. E. Wilson tP

of NE'4 16riunr4.91N Lot. It. l1-p..t.vlll. aG I 22 14 W..J. Strong 2.08 Lot S ft W' Sm i th \\I
FLORIDA IN CHAN.CEHY. 210 yd* W 116% yd. Lots 18, 3P.et"vlll. SG II 22 IS William Strong 1.8. NU: of Lots 2, 13 A Lots Carl Rltch,

to beg 29 7 11 G 1I1n. n. R. Jones 9 82 Lot U-p..tavlll. U II U 8 Peter TI..dale Jr. 2." 3. 12 I1'1"/ of Lot 4,

Clinton Joseph Lto J.t Plaintiff I Defendant.Cue vs. WM of NBVi\ of NW'4 2 Ii U 20 Canon M Orlftht 1.48 Lot 34-Feetsvllle sa 11 22 I Lillie Tisdale 2.08 Lots 11 Hlk 13 W. T. Week But. II''
Catherine Roth Lots 5 8. 7.,8, 11, 28, 27, 3, 12 A 8 9 (t
No. 1449. 37, at. 39. 40, 41, 42, NE44 of N'E\4\ of NE\4\ 88 II 22 10 flarah' Hayes 3,4$ of Lot 4 of Blk 14
NE'/ of NE% It Lots Floyd Green. y
ORUEJOF PUBLICATIONAND 4S 45 46 49. 50. 51 Ofor Ii U' of Elk 18
TO APPEAR 6fi W 3.4 of N3 Nf 4 10 Enoch 1.94 Lo ts ,2. Cora A. Brooks
NOTICE 57 ,3. ,4
61. Ii Of
STATE OF FLORIDA to Cath- 60.: ali.Ii'8t: -Wood.WVi Fofof 8W. It G 21 U C. I. A M. Dfn..f.now 1.84 Elk 18 1
erln. Roth Ledet, whose. residence lawn 10 1In: 300 D. Davis 218.28 14 of NW% 8 8 23 20 A. C. Sumner 1.84 Leaf.. 1, 2, 13, 14 of Blk E L. Williams
Street New Orleans, G Carl Becker 1.41 sW4\ of 1Ji4 I 0 U 40.J. M. GrlltU 1.28 1'
I I. 1019 Fourth of Lot Woodlawn 10 I 23
Louisiana.You BV of Lot all Lot. All HEy4 of tlW\4\ W of Lo'll a. .. 5. 8. T. 8. 1. 10, Mr.. E M. Thomas
are required to appear. on W of Lot12Woodlawn WR4dof 8 I 21 18 William F. Booth 2.G8 II, 12 of Blk U !
June 7th.. 1943 In the above named 10 ln: 30 Mr. T.r..a Becker 4.70Lots SW'4 of NE\4\ oft Lot" 13. 14 of Blk 27 C. I* Peek Bet l
Court and cause., wherein. plaintiff 35, 36-Wood lawn 10 a 23 20 Unknown a.48 fI!:% 01 NW'4 4 8 22 GO A. J. Bryan a.72 Elk 13-Temple's Add to Iia A Shara Young
County 10 Unknown 1 211 w %offNW4of 9 40 LoI". Adkln. 3.n Starke
seek dlvorc.Bradford Lot Woodlawn 10 a 12 { J9 28 t
this OrderIn Mayfor Inv Co. 1.08 ;<.. NW'1 10 10 .Ja" J. Wiley 1." Lots 8, 9 14] 11 6 22 Unknown
Ii n ,
Telegraph shall Lot SO, 82-Woodlawn II 23.
next four ..publish:: Lot 61-WoodlawnWVi II Ii 22 10 Paul EnI\t'U-\ 1.91 NW of R1. N'4 or R Vy4 14, 15 ;OJ+ RIIC 12'a......
oft E of Itd 10 1 22
official 10 H. W. HI.'illand 2.8'1 G Geors. Orlffl" 1.40 Temples
Witness my hand of 8E>4 of NEVI 11 Ii U Addition to
seal at Starke! Florida this April Lot. 63, 64. 69 60 A N'4' E of of 8W't, of NE4 11 22 so Lo...... C. Oardlner a.32 Lot.Starke 28 1 22 I
Lt Unknown 13. 14 Unknown
26th OFFICIAL 1943. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Woodlawn of Lot Ii'l. 18. 'In 12 II U 10 W. C. D.'o II: Bro Inc. 21.00 W: of 8WIIo of NE"o. 11 8 U 20 A. o. Rogers 1.32. n Temple's Addition of Blk
( WtI; of NE", A W"L tflIfE.
A* Clerk of said Court.T. Lot 1. I, 1. 4, 12. 14, 44 "f NW'4 It" 1'1' Elk Starke! 8 23 t
Frank Landrum Starke, Florida 15. 16, 17, IS, 39. SO, ... ot'NW''' 34 33. A Lot 1 of Blk John R. Dykers
Atty. for Plf. .-30 41-5-21 31. 82, $1. 34, 36. 34. 1.1. tAoflnll'Nend. of RW19f0 10 A of Lots 1. 2, 6 7 .-

IN CIRCUIT COURT_ BRADFORD 64.45.: 46 In, Woodlawn 47 48 60. 13. IS II U no J. W. Baker 26.11 A of of 31SE'4 A of 1, I II 111 Mra. Pearl Starling 8.U Addition Elk to 35 Starke P.ek'. 28 1'
Lou 8
FLORIDAI IN CHAN.C'KWVV Lots 0. 6 11. 11-Wood. 3. 4 G I 22 Margaret Carroll
NE4 of NW\4\ 11 I U'
lawn IS 8 II 40 J. H. William. 4.80 10 W. H. Andrews 3.11 Addition
Grim. Plaintiff, v*. MaryORDER Lots 27. 18-Woodlawn ISBWVi Mary E Ward u; SEy4 of NE'y, 12. U 40 1.. W. Conway 1.28 Htarke30rkPe to
Oscar R. Grim I H.: Defendant. Case No. 1450. of SEVi of NEVi. 14 : n fg Nellie W. Frank EV4hof, 0E 4%of NWt1 II: 13 U 10 Unknown Ii.89 LOla 13. 14 of Elk n. 28 6 22 E. K. Perryman

OF PUBLICATION BVi of SWVi of NEV! 14 G U 20 Ecu Williams 1.14 Rising Add I t l Ion tot
.f of SIVta 14
NEy4 NE'4 1 II
Ford '.113 20 Ernest O..n.r Stark.
APPEAR 10 C1.mmle 8.U
AND NOTICE TO Lore 13, 19-Woodlawn 14 Ii 12 1 1Starke
of 9E% of NWI.4 A 28
STATE! OF FLORIDA to: MaryR. Lots ;32, 28. 24. 34.- 11.11 BWI4 In fiE Cor of SW\4\ tto 2 of Elk U J. M. 6 21 Imam C. PowellMary
residence L I Baltimore Woodlawn 14 8 U .0 Unknown Add I t
Orlm. whose of NW It I II 1 0 n to
H. Pierce 1.4'1Lot IS W. M. Kirby 2.'l8
Maryland.You Lot Woodlawn 34 Ii II 10 O. 1.41 844! of NE'1.4 of flWI It 1 II 20 t. B. Bob.ln 2,81 3'4 A E 28 I 22 1
on 10 Unknown of MaloneyJ.
are required to appear 19 In 'Woodlawn 14 5 U 1I'4! of NW4 Ea J& A Cor fly In SW B.
7th. 1943 In the above named Lot 43. Woodlawa U G" 10 Unknown 1.48 of IIE'4! of
June on R: .Ide 111 I II
Court adi:. cause,Bradford plaintiffeek Lot 6. 4. 7.'I'l 9. 10.oo1J; An undivided on-lIalf 8G Joe Peeples 14.31 bounded N by Johns

j .. ... County IS, S3, 14. In Interest Sec :!n.b" b'
this Order 11 1 II 110 Ma.for In,. Co. .... NE4 W ln..lkE\; AE14 :RLoty .

rn.IrPfa.U: ..publish.. LotVlS. 1.. 11-Wood- L 1.80 of NW of NE'" It I II &II Or.en" Mitchell I.U Johns 10 of Blk 47-J. M' '.

Witness at Btarke.my Florida hand and this officialseal April I..o'lawn 15-.WoodlawnNH II : II 18 fia eI'V ruedara 3111: SE4 NI of! Cop NE'4. Ex Ex 4 S 3.4 AIn Stark. Addlt I 10 D to ) 1,

of Lot 46-Wood- Lott 3 Blk I .. 28 1 12 G. Boyd.
S4th. 5 F. A. Fisher l.n A 'n NW Cor 18. II II Matilda Dlaon 1.11 lot 17 ,
( BEAD A. J. ThomasAs lawn 15 I II E.' O. Harvey l.n Com at NI!: Cor of SEy!: !DB 7 Clty Park
Clerk of said Court. Lot 63-WoodlawnWH iii I II 10 IIr.
: NEy,8i"f : n. 8... of Lot4COt BIk II 1
T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida of Lot 60-Wood- t. Ke.ver I.n r W lasklas 11 22 T. R. Young
4.30 4t-5-ll lawn 11 I II I Avery
for Plf. It E U8 tt Beg
.. a tb. Town of Starke to
8t ) Elt N 1 A 2. 1 I
I A. Stoker Ill a. I Gilbert Dixon .... Blk 13 19
II Elt 8
IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD II-Wood-awn 111 1 945'" NEk! of SEY4Ey Ha..kln. 8\40 of Lot 4 22 Floyd Green

COUNTY.' FLORIDAIN CHAN- E''awn 111 I II I Mra. E. O. Han.y l.n .d \ the Town Addition of to .
NW 16 1 33 IIt.rk" /
10 F. Y. P.ckbam
TKftV: Com
I.. It
Dorothy"1V'nose.. Jr. Plaintiff, vs.S Lota 1. t. S. 14. Jf'li! Lo at NW Cor < 22 Floyd Green
S WalterL Moose Jr., Defendant."ORDER 17. 11 A, tpt4 : ..e' ri: 8C"na Sub of I 210 HE'4" 4 run 8ls ft
31 A all Lot. t40, Diy hI N'Ao 17 1 II 110 Arthur tt tor a
135 Na'for m.. Co. 182 I.U boa
42 54-Woodlawn 11 8 II thenc.
OF PUBLICATION ill{ 10 E. C. No.l.y ua SilL nf E I-a of. NW\4\ of I ft run
I 12
Woodlawn 18
TO APPEAR! a4 N'E\6\ 11. II 11 Lydia Tyson r..2 017
AND NOTICE : : I.U N : :: tt
FLORIDA to: Walter Lot A N 226 ft of NISo", E 1of NW\4\ tt of 1
OF Lot.
reside at 33 Lots 24. 17. 18-Wood, t of NE'4 16 I 27 11 Willie a, 4. 13. 10 8 21 2 Elmo Struth
who 1Ever.
L. Moose, Jr.. lawn 18 a u ao lnelslr Mo"I.// 1.83 Tyson; Jr 1.01 1 131'. Add -
Baltimore.Mary. A strip 100 't wide 4C
South Hanover Street Lot 61-Woodlawn 11 Ii U 10 IIn. E. O. Harvey l.n I
across. II! end of W\iI of Ex y r!* of SB'* 12 Aman..aWI" Bilcox
You are required. to appear on Lots 21. 3728. S3, 14, IS, NE4 ot NE", E of Rd 30 I II I Llndaey Orlffb 2.1 N 820 1
36. 17, 18 A N"of Lot ft 30
named 23
1943 In the above !8E'! A NEl4 14 Willie Lucas
Jane 7th.
i'' Court anb cause, wherein plaintiffeeks 89 A all lots 40, 41, 44, of 8E14NE'4!: 10. II 10 Mra. Onle Freeman 11.11 otrlEa MW. psV' 14

1 divorce.shaft Bradford this County OrderIn 61 46,, 61 46,In 61.Woodlawn 61, 64. 67. 17 i lit 101 Ma'for In Co 11.21 About NW'4 10 a.A la deed AE44 re-of of .. I 22 16 R. D. A R. A. Well

Telegraph nest. four weekly publish Issues.'Witness Lot. 4. 32, S3, 41, 42, 49, corded in per Deed Book F.:? VK'JA1i.S'S
my hand and official 10, 61. 63. 68. 64. 65r 40, pap 127 11 1 II 10 O. S. Bradley 1.11 B.> ft

seal at Htarke, Florida this April '64 64, .nN o'Of'l.ot82lt: Com III ft N from !IE! to Beg y.

26th. 1941OFFICIAL Woodlawn, 11 6 II US Ka'for hY, Co. 17.411Lot Cur or IIW'4 .f NW'4A oft ilE'4 of II. 22 ( Alice MeDoul'al.
( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs rue N 112''t W 131tc ,<1 li t
Clerk of said Court. -Woodlawn 46 A E't of Lot St 18 I II iii Mr. E. J. U.ne 1.77Lot 8 111 ft E: au It II. 23 2 Louis Kahr Est.
Stark., Florida. U' II 1 George Fruin
Frank Landrum
T. 'l-Wt odl.wn 19. U 10 Carl Carter l.n to pt of beg I.U
4.117. for Pit. 4.50 fl.Ii-1l > (Continued! on pace 1)pI

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___________________________________ CQUJfTV TKLKOHAPH. 8T., KE. FLORIDA PAGE 8BVEN

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sJ'S.kt Bradford County, Florida. Thompson! whose residence In. 3113 Dvscrl tleo Aeaa'.Sit .(
IN( CIRCIlr 'In ItT BRtDFflRDJTl at 20i P M. oclocK: in June .n MtmhsU Avenue New Port New. ...... !S.....Twp. A.... A... Owace TaieeKx Costs
Iii PIOI5III IN CH.U.Morr. :, dD'WI't'ir why said proceedlnir I Virginia.
/If ( i.is a. and Sewer Revenue Oil are required to appear on 7Jfc A In Sl A for of Rt{, ;
-.- Nattier, Plaintiff v.. Theressa Certificate. should not be validatedand June 7th. 194J In the above namedCeurt of NWV4 of SKVi :

Cans. .Mlmensky No. :2481.ORDER Naeler. Defendant.. confirmed. I and ....u..e. wherein plnlntiir NAII II A 32 C 11 1 C. P. Chandl.r ....
.. 1 liradford County Telegraph a seek divorce. Bradford County t In 8W. Cor of Et. 4
AM OF PUBLICATION duly qualified newspaper; of genoral Teleirraph shall! publish this OrderIn of NW< of K\: 31. 23 1 Jo. Johnson I.U .
NOTICK TO APPEAR. circulation published In the In four weekly issues W"of NWV\ of sKVi Rx

W1MittV : ....STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ther- : City of Starke. Bradford County I Witness my hand and official about 10 A sold diver
Slmenaky Nagler. whose resl- Florida. I I. hereby designated a* seal. st Starke, Florida thIs May person 31 S 12 10 Victoria Mack ....
New'VorkE': 6Jrd> St.' Brooklyn the new.puper In which thIs notice &th, un.10Jo'FW.AL. Conu at SB Cor of Wii ;

shall be published on the following I SEAL) A. J. Thomas of NWi of REV A ,
You are required to appear on date: A* Clerk of said Court run N 44T ftv si ft It I-
June 7th., UU In the above named May 7. 1IIU; May. U. 1943. May 21. .,J. K. Ferryman. Starke. Florida < 17 ft W 178 ft H 430 !!
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff U43. Atty. for Pit. 6-7 4t 6ailNOTIfH ft K 110 ft to Pt of 1

"<..;k. dlvorc Bradford County IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 'I ..____ Beg ** S II 1 Willie Mack 2.44
Tel<> raph hall' publIsh thin Order hereunto set mv band and affixed ('um 210 ft W of SE Cur
In next four weekly lasuon. the official seal of said Court. at I Oil' ADOPTIONNotice of WV, of NWi.. of I

--. .. WItness my hand and official Starke. liradford County I- 101.luu. i Is hereby given that on SEVi run N 110 ft W ,
heal "u """1". "FlorIda thlM*>r this 1st day of May A. h 143. the 8th day of June A. D. 19d. at 210 ft 8 210 ft K;: 110
10h A. J. THOMAS I :t ::01) o'clock A. M.. or a* *...>n to of
her 1] 6 U 1 Essie Green U'
t,. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas A* Clerk of the Circuit Court 01 thereafter a* can b. heard the Cof:;' O.t: N from SW L.
I A. Clerk of laid Court. Bradford County. Flo.ld.OJo'Jo'It."IAL ,. I undersigned Intend to apply to ('0' of Wty of NWV.nf .
W. C. Hardenty, Daytona' Beach. ( SEAL) 5-T 3t I-S1 Honorable A. Z. Ad kins, Judge of SEIJ' run !K 16A \ 1.j
Florida Atty. for Pit, 5.? 4t 6jiI'M the Circuit Court of the Ki5hIhJudicial ft H 90 ft K 110 ft ,
I'M ("IA.t..T ;"r.VH"r. ...I.u..oAn'' Circuit of Florida. In and N 150 ft W 480 ft S

CIHCl'IT 'OI'RT BRADFORD < )! >T' FI.OHIItAl IN uUhi: for Bradford' County: at his officeIn i 180 ft to plot beaEx;: f
I 1KRY. Starke. Florida or wherever heniav K of road 13 11 Frank Park ) I
r'01 NT1. FLORIIs IM: ('''.'iIa. Joseph C. Wnddlnvton. hen be. for an order author' S .74 )k

( 'I.R" v.. June Waddlngton lalnir the underslicned' t o adopt LINTOLNr CITY 5 S OK MK14 w or RY 32.: 22 'I 4
JoBepha. Daunt Deck Plaintiff v.. PIAlntlfr'l Judle Sterns, a minor.Burke f'
Case .
I Louis Beck l)et ndant. Case. No. OUDEIt No. .2472 OF I. Klllna-ton.: Lot I. 1 of Slit S T. J. Alderman 1.8S

I 2465.ORDER OF PUBIjrrATIOtf AND NOTICE TO Freddie Klllnarlon.: Lot 4, 7 of Blk SLot William McLeod Eat: '.41EMa I ,
6-7 4t 6-28
AND NOTICE TO Al'l'KAU STATE OF FLORIDA to: June 1 of Bile a William I.KitPhillip :
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. naddlnicton whose residence I I. I Tots 5. 1 nf Hlk 8 Joe Johnson 1.18
Bec'k. Rl<4 lird. Colorado t (C.ipural
g I lg.uM Camn Sh.il>y. MlHHlHHlppl.i ; You are required to appear on "r' "" .onll>.\| IN fllVN. lot 1 of Sulk 8 Ed J. Johnson 1.1.1Olllef : .,
You are required to on June Tth. 1943 In the above nameit CJCHV.TrMutr Lot 8 of tint 8 William. .9ft
I June 7th. 1H4J In the abuvo appear named Court and cauxe. therein plaintiffeseks ; ; James' : Plaintiff, v*. Helen Lot 7 of Blk 0 H. A. Pruott Jr. ,9ft '
I Court and cause. wherein plaintiff I divorce. Bradford County James, Defendant. Cane Nn. 2478.ORDKIt .. l-ots 4, 5. 8 of Klk 10 Unknown 1.48' \ ,
I ...eks divorce and Cuoto.ty of Telegraph shall pulillxh thin OrderIn : OF PUBLICATION Lot 6 nf Blk 16 Ueorgla Allen 1.10 -., .
Minor Children. Bradford County next tour weekly (issues. AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE : W'1Ior Lot 1 of Ink 1. .. "
WltnenH my hand. Hnd official OF PI.OR1DA to: Helen .t. I
M. Johns Sub Dlv
., ,
Telegraph li tnl
pul> i> uiuei
In ,next four weekly UMUen.Vitneno neal at Stark., Florida. this May James hose. residence Is rlo Frank NEVi of NEV4 11 1 U 9Ir,. Abbie L. llennessee '..1'I
I \ hand and official 4th. 1941.IOFFICIAL. Dawaon, Lincoln: Delaware.You A In NW Cur ot NE4
seal at III ark.my.. Floildu. this May 1 SEAL) A. J. Thum.... are required\ to appear onJune of NWi.* 83 1 II 8 3. (I. Boyd I.U
I 3rd, 19U.IvrJo'lL1AL. A* Clerk of said Court. I 7th. 1943\ In the above namedCourt Com 2H ft 8 of NW Cor
I 8K\r.' ) A. J. Thomas T. Frank I.nmtium Stai ke, Flnrldi. and cause, wheieln. plaintiff of SW4 of A .
I Aa Clerk of said Court. Atty. for plf. (6-7 4t 6-8S, seek divorce Bradford CountvTelKraph run S 2.>7 ft 1'.PHt ft I '

I \\'. .. shall publish this Order N 191 ft W 794 ft to '
C. llanlextv. l>>a> t na Bench '
In next four weekly I..u..a. beg 13 S U 4 Ben r.rcPou..ld 2,45 \
Fla. Atty. for Pit. 6-7 4t 6IIHTIT -:
i\ ('IIHTIT ('OII1'r. IIII ,I>FOHIINI'l. > I Witness my hand and official I All NWI\. of 8WU W of

--- I (' FI.UIII"1 s." 1IIIN- seal Mt Stacks: Florida this May Ry 13: I U 8 A. F. A. C. Co. .411 ,
: IX ( 'OI'IIT Mil tDPOUDniri. 1KIIV.Lucille Sill, 1W41 All NWV, of M of :
__ kvLU; .! (' KI.UIIIDVI IN tMAN- Kelt by Everett Orven, her I OFFICIAL. SEAL; ) A. J. Thomas By Kx: RVt1 A In I
tiitiLillian -. next friend k'laintiff. vs.: I.elloy AH Clerk of said Court. SW! Cur 31, 1 U II U D. Hunt 1.11 "

Travalena Weiner, Plaintiff Bell I.pt..ndant., Case No. 14M!>. ,i Win. I' Morifan Jacksonville 6-4ii Fla All SKH of SE'i H of ,

v... Nathan WeIner, Defendant.Caa ORDER OF Pl'HLICATION) Atty. for Plf. ..__._ 6-7 4t ltd KM: 2.18 A across I
.. No 2461.OKDEK AND NOTICE TO APPEAR H end &: Ex: ry 83. II 11 !Mike Dew I.n I
FLORIDA to LeRoy i\ ruicriT ("OI'AT II"I..ORI) 1 NE 'I
With Loaf Pensacola I ('OI'STY FI.OHIDll IN Ill IS. tcfIS, ro'NW'4.. I Unknown IR.Ti'' '
Surprise the Family Sandwich AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Bell, whose residence I is I II ,
(Set Below) STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nathan. Flc rhl.i, and whose present Addresi I II. I 4'HIIV.Oarland. si..:',. of SSVL4. 31 6 U to Unknown au j i
Recipe Weiner whose reMdeuce nddreHH In Is Staff. $gt. Leltoy Bell 88th* C). Edmond Mark hum. Plain. LuAin6'.T. of lllk 3 Lake '/ : i I"!"
Mr. Nathan Weiner. 261 Cayu a M c,, A. i*. O. 4iU. ('..mp Howie.Texas tiff. v*. Rosa Louise Markham. D. Heights I InNKl ;
Dish Road Huffalo. New York : a .' .t I : I fendant. Case No. 249$. ': 01 NKU 18 II lIB Chaa. U. McMillan t.U :

Meals on a Lynn Chamber Point-Saving whose Pont office Adilreaa. I. 8S4 You are I dlht.o appear on I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 5 13 8-4 ('f NW of NWU :
Main Street Buffalo New York. June 14lh.' 1941: In nami'd NOTICE: TO APPEAR & w uf N ic'" 0
about hot meal Menu Yob are required to appear on 1 Court and cause, wherein 1 plain STATE OF FLORIDA to: lIoNSLouis. NW'., I 12 110 tolary n. Malon.y a 1\1 ; .
.'ve heard a lot June 7th., 1B43, In the above named tiff seek divorce and maiden non.. Markham whose residence. I. NI\ oft N\V''. 34a 1 12 fa Unknown 1.11. ,. I \ f
ft casserole that take care of the Court and cauae wherein plaintiff restored Bradford County Tele- 409 North Outhrle Avenue. Durham WI44 ot NEt4 of 8W\i\. 1 U 10 l' W. Col.on G.U '1 \
main court of a Tomato Aspic Surprise I geek divorce and Custody of Child graph shall publish this Order In North Carolina. NJ: NJo: 4 1 1 U 80 Mr. A. A. Wllllam".n 8,118 ,
Apricot Pie Beverage i Bradford County Telegraph shall next four weekly Issue You are required to appear on NEVi' of SE14 t 4 1 to l.urge. Williams EsL: G.st I '
meal. But how publish this Order In next four Witness my hand and official June 7th. 1943. In the above named W ; ''t I

about cool ratal Recipe Given I I weekly iHMuea.Wttneia seal at Starke, Florida this May Court and .au.Vh..r"ln plaintiff 1 \ '
seek divorce. Bradford County
my hand and official 12th. UU.I .. ; 1
i served on a ln- eal at Stark, Florida. this May A. J. Thomas Telegraph shall publish this orderIn : I :

glt "UracUveplatt.r Tulip Sandwich Loaf. 3rd' 1943OFFICIAL. I A* Clerk of said Court. Witness next four weekly hand Issues.and official ; !
SEAL) A. J. Thomas (
that are (Serve 12 .. 15) Aa( Clerk of aid Court Knight & Knight Starke Florida seal at stark. Florida this April I Ia

most of the time % pound cold ham w. c. Hardeaty. Daytona Beach Ally for I'lf. 6-14 4t 6-4 30th. 1943.lPFFICI4L. SEAL;: ) A. J. Thomas Fl

at least made up H pound American cheese Fla., Atty. for Plf. 6-1 4t (j-U A* Clerk ot said Court. above'N'I I
iruicriT ( .n..r lilt \I)KOIII> :
Wlllluin 1>. Morgan Jacksonville.FIn. '
lead of time? ThU If one of they 6 sweet picklesMayonnaise ('01 KTV. FI.OHHMI IN rilVN-' : : .
1" THR fIRflir ('IU'RT. RinHTIIJIIMfltl. I.',,:,,". Atty. for Plf. 6-7 4t 6-28 S .. (
about summer
nice thing (IRTISr <>P FI.OK- ,
food lend them- 3 package cream cheese 5)0. 1% AM) FOR IIHAUFOHUtOlMV. C. Wayne Cox Plaintiff v!*. Maud IN diirriT OI'RT 2(15 ''U.O.U) ;: \
nu planning for ;' IN CHAMt: '.:RY. D. Cox. Defendant. Cane No. 247.1.OltDKIt ( (hi' NTl, Pl.OMIIItl. IN ('HANKH ) : .' i
kind of ervlng. Cream OF Pl'IILICATION (' : 1'. : ; ; { .
jives to thiS CITY OF tiT; A ItKI':. a mumlclpallty -) : I
attractive 1 email Jar pimento In the County of> AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Davit Marshall Chestnut Plaintiff I ,
Recently I *aw a very Bradford State of Florida.) STATE OF FLQRIDA to: :Maud. vs. Mary Todd Chestnut DefendantCase : <

latter that was cool complete and 1 green pepper Petitioner j D. Cox whose residence I I.* MullStreet. No. 2470.OKDEU S-6 A ot Etii .tf SW .. : I Iof
could 1 loaf nnallced andwlch bread Charleston.. South, Carolina. OF PUBLICATION II Unknown I.U
jlorful that one of you .v.- P -- tllO'., 1\ 7 95StVti
any STATE OF FL.OTIIDA and) You;i are r"I; t r ..lt... appear on AND NOTICE TO APP.1AK ..f NEV, It 1 aa fl) J. W. Andrews &. Son a.Oll II.
'ip up at short notice. An Individ- Grind ham and grate cheese. Combine the taxpayer property) June 7th.. 1943, .ijj .the above named STATK 4 II.' FLORIDA to- Mary i I.:',. of NWij ot 94W14 It 1 U 10 Henry I.e tlmlth ..70Wt,4 '

I tomato aspic filled with creamed htm cheese and chopper owner an,1 citizens of the) ('ourt and' cause, therein plaintiff Toil.I (Chestnut whose address I I" ot NW' ot NSV',4 9 1 23 10 F. F. 'Ium. t.U"' ,
pi CITY OF STARK.E: a muni-) seek divorce. Htnilford CountvTeleirrnph no BUM Station Mulllns. South! NWh Itf $).,'4 It .7 U (0 Unknown 3,01)( 4Nit I 'j '
ttage cheese served on a large pickles and add of) hnll publish this OrderIn ('arch nit. ao Morgan Lee 3.00.
rlpallty In the County ot 4IW: .. of Nb\i\ 10 1 U i iN I II
salad plate was banked enough mayonnaise (\ Bradford State of Florida.. ) next four weekly Issues.Vltitees You are required to appenr on
een glass : y Including non..ld..nt own-) \ my ho".1, and off Mat June 7th.. 11I4J. In the above named ot NW!. ot SW .. 11 1 U 10 fleck Oregg hardware .
several tiny finger sandwiches aLee I to moisten. InK property or subject. to) seal at Stark.... Florida, this May Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ('u, '.n ,

of tongue with horseradish I Renjove crusts "' taxation therein ) 4th 19U.HWFH'IAL. seekS divorce and no other relief.. W'it ot NI'I& of $Ii',.. 111 1 U 10 Wiiiis Iyal 1.10 '
I Kepnndent > SEAL) A. J. Thomas Bradford, County Telegraph shall sI'4:' ..t tI\V1. III 1 U to 1.lIl1an I'. lIarr.1I a.u ''l t tr
Lee. deviled eggs, a small mound from loaf of 9 NOTICE TO TUB STATK: Ol"F'.flfl- Aa Clerk of Maid ('ourS.'I' I I I publish tills Older In next fourweekly H ::11I0 tt of NW\i\ ofi.p4

[ potato salad and a sprig of waters bread. Cut a Va- IDA ANT TIIK T A X PAY E US. Frank l.nnilrum ttturke.: Florida.Atty. Issue $ W ..f Ity 19 1 12 I South.rn Dairies Tao *.8t l
AND CITIZENS for t'lt.> G., 4t B-2S Witness my hnml and official I II W"of .
OWNERS Cotit 70 RI .
tea inch slice of bread PROPERTY ytls
with or
Serve I seal at Starke, Florida. this May
I OF' THE CITY OF UTAH 'or 19 8. run
: i
fcd a dish of sherbet or Ice cream. the length) of the A Mt'NIC; I P A I I T 'Y 'IN 1Ii! IN ('IIH'I''I' ( (II sir II" \.).'oltn 6th.. 1943.OFFICIAL. \v 2'4 'tiO N Sill ftI' H i t,

( Bread with filling form an inter- loaf. Remove center from remaining 'OU-ITY: 010' BRAnFoRT STATRt' I (01 "'t'Y. FLO."" II IN ('IIAt '- I I As( Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas : 240 tt d BlO rt to 1 T. n. Clara Ada ,
NO-l-: Kalch 11.55S
tlWLtJDISG 19.1 12
: ;It Y beg
ting base for this salad-sandwich I loaf so there is a box % to '%! RP.SIDJo1ST Jo"t.ORIDA.owsl-on: I'IU>PF.HTY ..TV.. McMlchen Plaintiff v*. i Jehn J, Henderson. isii 1A t1I28! I..t lOll tt so In NW .

pat and looks very pretty enclosedrosy inch thick on side and bottom OR SUBJECT TO T A X A Ti I N'THEREII. Klolse; McMlchen, Defendant. Casa Pit. ('..r of IIJ: ,; of NN,. ofRl'4 i
AND: OTHKRS IIAVI.Vtt No. 2489ORDER. It 1 II Unknown IOJ 1 I
std : 'iIitr)
aapic. The fillings hamd Spread inside of loaf and one TITLK:: rrilLlCATION IN 'IIUT.'r ( RlttDFORDtot
ORCLAIMNO ANY HI."IT. OF .. 23 2.. 25. 26. 21.
cheese. classic flavor comblna- of slice generously with butter 01 OR INTEREST IN PROPERTY TO AND :NOTICE TO APPEAR NTl FI.ORID4.I' IN C'!!.' >. 211. iii C. J. Week's ;J'I.ot. J'/J'I:,
( l'ItY.
Inside BE AFFECTED BY THIS: I UANCE STATE OF FLORIDA tot KlolseMcMlchen ; : Mull ltiv Ita 23 John &: Ethel Thomas a.1II
|one, won't cut Into your points margarine. Put sandwich OF THE CERTIFICATES I whose residence In Un Alton Jame. BarneM' Plaintiff vs.Letha NI': of NE'j'! 20 .7 aa to Lillian 1.). Itarrell a.u I IJoIWo
Barnes Case No.
icavily nor will the tomato juice: loaf and top with slice on but DESCRIBED HEREIN; : known. Defendant : f"r"N'r; & j :

ter side down. Soften cream cheesi WHEREAS the ("'It v of Starke.Florida. You are required. to appear on 2407.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND N V', Iof i
Tomato Aspic Surprise. I municipality In the I June 7th.. 194.1. In the above named TO I4WI.. 20 1 aa II 3. IT klaxon II.H : I
with small amount of cream until I a wherein plaintiff I f ,
Serve 6)Kl ) a Bradford State of Florida Cotirt and cause, Lot ft Stilt Ziv ot SW3of ,
( : County of "'.. STATE OF FLORIDA to:
Bradford ( .lIlIlyT..I"lI'rnlh U '
Coves above seeks divorce l'iW 20 7 4 L. O. Johns J. 2.03sv'
It is of spreading consistency. the petitioner In the whose residence I I. Itiadenbur f.
this Order
shall -publlnh ot Nl'P' 8t N of ,
small loaf wbUe bread did on the tat day ., Carnllnu.You : .
loaf with cream cheese. Cut mat entitled cause I). 1043 file with and In next. four weekly Issue ,North to 1'11'/4 of N'3'4 U.1 12 110 r.. n.. Ciar & Ada I
Ham Salad tulips and leave from pimento and of May A. Honorable A. Z. Adklns. Witness my hand and official June are required above appear named on U A In RI!] Cu,' ot Nb\4\ K..h. 1,8M
p S-ounce glass Old English cheese present to of the above real at Starke. Florida. this MayOF'FICIAL 7th., 1943 In the of NW" 2t 1 112 \\I I,. It. Kalch ..119W1t
sides 01 the Judges Court and wherein plaititiffseeks
green pepper and decorate one of petition for the .Ih. 19U. cause, Hradfoid \ ot NW\4\ ot $WI4 21 1 U ao Peie. Htat. thank 2.Mf '{'J
I'4 cops tomato Juice loaf. Chill for 1 hour and when :rrdtlo Clerk of said Court. wiof ..f NE''.. &
Z onion As .
Juice I.
| tablespoons of said City .
ready to serve cut in 1-inch slices. Revenue Certificate William D. Moriran. Jacksonville next four weekly Issues.Witness I.f4of\ ll.J}, Of $W

11 stalk celery Cottage cheese Is unrationed a of sate Stark.amount, Florida.of |i l.OOO.OO; ) In the) In acicre.Certificates Fla.; Atty. for Plf. 6-7 4t 5sitLv eat at Starke my, hand"Florida and this official May I olio "Nlt'4 or np:4: 2. 1 U 80 Cecil R. Moore 13.11 t' I
II tablespoons gelatin of 1 A on N si.ie of "' lt% of
and denomination I
good source of quality protein In the '<> HT IIIII>F<>HI> Ird 1941. I
rntcriT < E ot and
adjoining -
!H cold water dated July 1st 1943 : OFFICIAL. SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas NWV-
| cup this mali $100000 each sl.t- ( n I' I INW'
in IN ( 16'
calcium. You'll like it l of 3 per ('o! 'i'l'a', FI.UHII I I Jlo..d III I Unknown 1,10
role said Court.
the Aa Clerk of
lit teaspoon s.UK with Interest at ltL I of NW\oL III" sa to V.opi.s State Bank f.U '
meal in itself: semiannually Florida ,, :
payable T. Frank Starke
i dish salad-a centum per annum. 1st and July William.. T. Pallor. Plaintiff v*. Landrum. All NJoJ'I. ut NI74! E" 14 ..1 L't .
teaspoon pepper r| '5. Walnqfcgtuffed! Tomatoes.JServe on January evidenced bv Interest Jennie E. Daiitr I Defendant. Case Atty. for Pit. a4t fc-4 I A on H "Id. 29 7 U 21 Peoples State Dank I." I'
Watercress 1st of each year 24418. Lots 12 Rub
-- 4 to II> --- coupon, the first Interesthelnir N' PUBLICATIONAND IN riRrriT foY-RT BRADFORD .tll'Nt.l. : t I
*_ ORDER OF lily of Nilie .
from'loai 1st.. 1943. .... "
i Remove crust of bread. payable January ( OI'NTr. FLORIDAl IN (; : I
4)) .. I whole toMatoes of ald. Certificates NOTICETO APPEAR CKIIY. sof NW'1 lit 1 U I Oll.t Williams I.U (
t whole loaf into three length- and the principal payableon BTATB OF FI/5R1DA to: J..nnl.E. II A In NI'. Cur 01 NW I
being Rufus K. Bmather Plaintiff v
1 pound cottage cheese maturIng and Is It. 1.>. 12 .
1 II
and :. pallor, whose residence ot NW14. 2ft Knott 4. Pius 1.14 I
Rise slices. Spread one slice with July lat In the year Ora Rover timalher' *. Defendant.Case .
1 tablespoon minced onion Canandalcua. wap" No 2n.OnDER 1't4 of tll'\4\ ot Wlt' lit.7 U 20 ollar Williams I.U
slice amount a* followNe NOyu required: o on I Blk In Hampton I
am salad cover with second ) are OF PUBLICATIONAND Its 1. ut Development
1 tablespoon minced green pepper >*jbere (all lacleslve June 7th, 1143. In the above named Hampton 10 7 II Co. II." ,
.. Years
Ipread with cheese prad. Cover A.... NOTICE TO AI'I'JoAHtlTATJoJ 1
H cup broken walnut kernel. 1944 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff OF FLORIDA tot Ora Lots 7. 5, 9. 10 Blk '
lib third slice of bread and wrap l 31.00OOO 01) 194'i .e..k. divorce Bradford CountyT..I..r.ph Roger ttmather' whose residenceIs 150 lllanton', A't: 30 7 n 3. L. Lasr..u .11I
Salt to taste I. this Order !
shall publish BIle
lOts Lots I. .3. 3. 4. 1 of
Route 1. Box
wax 1.00000 148. Waynesvllle,
paper. 3 weekly U'ue*. Add 30.7 II Malll" WillIams 1.71 51
Wash and remove stem end from 1.00000' 1941 In next four North Carolina. Z Wright' .

Cook tomato juIce. onion Juice and Cut out portiqp of cental 4 K l.OODOO 1949 Witness my han T and this official MarOF'FICIAL You are required to appear on Lots U1 u. U. 13. 14. _. .. >._. -.-"."... r
tomatoes. Florida
atark : _
) _
seal at ; of k fO hampton .
1949Isa named
June 7th. 1943 t In the above
1,001)00 ,
elery for 5 minute Remove col- ..1 J
1 II Ma.
from tomatoes. Cut this fine and 19SO 4th. 1943. wherein Park 31-12 Hayes t.U "
2.00000 and
Court plaintiff
fry and add gelatin which has been combing 1" 2.900 00 1 1ll.il ( SEA LI A."J. Thomas seeks divorce cause: Bradford County Lot 1 ot WSf ot NW\\<6 It 1 U 10 Nora Williams 154Lot
add to above ingredients 10.lt Clerkof said Court.U..r.ld 1 U :0 Melissa
31 Sinums a
Rened 1952 A* shall this OrderIn :I of Vof\ NW\4\ OftlWY.
in until 200000 publish
cold Stir Teleicraph
water. well-chilled Jacksonville Fla. 1 U to Unknown I
and fill tomatoes. Serve S.OOOOO 19S3 It. Hart four Issues. ot HW\4\ 11 1.01
iissolved. Season with salt and pep- with salad and 14-15 100000 1934 Atty. for Pit __ 6-7 4t 6-28 Witness next weekly hand and official !' 8fJ'4 ot HW\4\ A '
green my
garnished 18.17 'SW\4 :
aa 10 9
$E': as.7 Unknown t.GS
\ of l i
*r. Pour / A2o"Jt this
a %.Incb layer into a 2.00nn seal at Starke' "Florida May
Serve with BRADFORD
whole walnut kernels 1956 iv ( .R'I'.T fOI-RT of ItE\4\ ii.z: N 400
uttered loaf pan which I la a little ,french dressing or salad oil and 22-21 I 2.001)00 1,00900 ton (-0( TY. FI.OHIHtl ..'11 ('II..'- Id. 1943.tOFFICIAL. REAL: ) A. J. Thomas NJoi'; :84 7 II II Jas, Veal l.tO \

arger than the loaf of bread. Chill J4.25 2000.00 19113A ('11:11: I. Oarrab- A. Clerk of said Cou.t.I'1t' Com .t NW Cor Of Nf'4
vinegar. 5,Ofll') 00 195*) Ruth Stevenson Graham Landrum "'tar Florida of Nfo4: run H "MIl I Ivds
tll firm. Place prepared sandwich Lima beans, a rich source of pro 28.29.27 2.000.00 1980n1 rant plaintiff v*. Harold larrab-2447. ;.a for Plf. :-1 4t 68 .H 25lt4. yds N ... .......;.:J. :. I.'..;.: ,, 1
Defendant. Case No. 3Hi '-
loaf rant : y.I" W 25l" ydsto
in this and '
layer of aspic 200000/ -
pour the remaining cooled and someWhat in-minerals-and-vitamins tain are combined with other vegetable rich.* S2-31| 2.00000/ M982 1983 1 J'81! ORDER NOTICE OF PCHLICATIO.NAND TO APPEARSTATE iv ('nUT.'rI- ,-r: BRADFORD ExSA1nNE'or&: beg $Et. ot NE(. \.4r ,1'.."'.''.'' '.' .. ?L'/..: /.-.:.:..;?.::.:>; 1i

100000 ('nIrS'ry, FLORIDA IN- CHANKltV. ; ) -
34-35 OF' FLORIDA to: Haroldlsrral.rant ..:, a 111 iir.Jo
thickened aspic around it andover 2.00900 1984 (' : i A HW Cor
to give you a perfect luncheon 01 38-37 ( whose tat address I I. Sty iii 1 22 II W. W. P""kham 4 12N"
the top. Chill again until the upper main dish salad: 3>.9c| 2.00000 3.00000 1984 1t88 clo Royden Oarrabrant Nyack police vs.Lawrence Annie Cranford Vaiey' Ja. rlty.IV; ; :: t: ot NW't 38 1 aa 10 Cecil n. Moore 6.53w4

|aspic j is firm. Unmold on a platter 40.42., 300000 1987 Department, ;Nyack. New York and dant. Case No. 3484. of Wot ;'lwWJ
Salad. n. olo Mrs. (J larrniirantMother :
arnish Lima Bean Sapper 3.00900 1981SI 2nd address I is ORDER OF PUBLICATION MEt \
| with watercress and slice (Serves 6)) 48-48. 3.000.00 1969 ( ). 89 Burk Street Nyack ANI> NOTICE TO APPKAIt IIW 18 1 II 10 L. O. Johns 1.10 l'

crouwlse to lerv. S.OOOOO 1970 New York. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Annie W 11 A of NI,',, ot NW'i '
t cops Iftna bean. cooked 52-54 8.00000 1971 You are required to appear on Cranford Uaffey. whose residenceIs '. Mx 1 A In (
You can still do entertaining even Z tablespoon chopped parsley 55.57 *.<"><>.00 1972 June 7th., 1943 in the above named 8.1 C'aidwelt Htreet Concord: ;lwH4"Y. S8 1 III II John P. Prevatt 1,7654W1'4
Bon 68-80 wherein plaintiff I, ot KW"' all 1 aa lei Oan 11cr., I U
your Court ot NW4! .
ration t It best payable as Carolina.
beau points your 1 bud garlic chopped aid Certificate: being-and interest atthe. seeks. :I'I'u and Maiden Name re.tared. North You are required to appear on H'' ot HW'4 ot $' E... 34 1 U 2" Hl>bt. E. Stars a.Of :' I

or son Is coming home from t large onion sliced thin to .both principal of the City Treasurer In Bradford County Telegraph June 7th. 1943 In the above named NF.\4\ of NE\4\ II I U fO Unknown l.n I'
camp there office shall. publish this Order In nextfour Et' ot HJof.ot! 94Wi4.. 6 a II"" ao Unknown 1.0t I IHW'4
no need to worry about tt cop salad oil and of the City of Starke, Florida. weekly issues.Witness Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 1 ot Mw\4\ W 01 Sty
seek divorce. Bradford County
stretching those ration points out of 1 tablespoon vinegar and my hand and official Telegraph hall publish this Order E" 10 A In HW Cor 12 I n 11 J. H. Lawr.nee Set I.U
Place when WHEREAS' the. maid Judo on seal I at Starke, Florida. thIs May Lot 1 W of and adjoin-
you serve this ..ervin In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
1 alt of 1941 did Issuean
teaspoon the 1st day May :3rd 1943.(4)FFI'lAf.. log L.lsney Thehaven
hand and official
12 to 15 people: Y teaspoon pepper order anralnst" the State of Florida SEAL) A. j. Thomas I seal at Starke my "Florida this May NW'.4 : NE'4; 11 I II U. T. Waters 1.14I.

requIring It through the State A* Clerk of said Court. 3rd 1943. .." 6 .t 111k It. The
Sliced tomatoes Attorney for the Eighth Judicial W," C. Hardety. Daytona t8.. (OFFICIAL, HEAL) A. J. Thomas haven NW' ot NES 13 II 0..0. W. DavIs 1.1111

Sliced green onion Circuit of the atate ot before Florida wild to Fla, Atty. for rflf.;; 6-7 4t A. Clerk of said Court.T. tU JMf "''f' vJ.fbotSWI
show ,
Lynn Say: Mix with a fork. the lima bean, Court appear' at and 300 P. M O'clock on Jine7th. IN1 ('IIUTITI">RT' BR \I>FOHI1 T. Frank. for rr.1 ?rum. Htarke 6-7, Florida 4t 638IV I ,. ot 81% 13 I U IT Unknown I.U

garlic and onion. Add salad /. A. 1'>. 1943. at the (County CourtHouse ('0" NT1 FI.ORIOll IN ( H.'''- W 16 tt of E :UII tt Of

A Heart of :i.i7"That'a dandy (parsley drop In Starke, Bradford County .4'lIY.: ('In'I''r ('oil'r, BRADFORD N',.. of NW, of HEI. U II II :2 Unknown 1.011
a oil gradually then vinegar Florida. why said Water and 8ewerRevenue '?elnia Dunlary. Plaintiff vs. HarryUunlary. ('01 IN CHAN.KHV. '. 44's ot tll': or $Et4 13 I III 10 Jessie J. In..aham ...ULol. '
description of the egg which 1 la drop. Season with salt and pep- Certificate and the pro- Defendant. Case No 2177.ORDER (' I. >2> ot "nvt.LoI 1

good to eat, plus a lint class pro- by with tomatoes and reedinCs. ': authorising h..n.i' OF Pl'BLICATIONAND Elsie VisaPlaintiff! vs. VincentVIsaKKl Lkesitie. Hub Div 22. U Unknown 13.4'
garnish be validated confirmed 'E TO APPEAR
not NOTI ( l.at 1
per. should HIlt :a of Jovt.
teh i also Alfred Visaavl.
it you like 'em stuffed onions. and. by said order the said STATE OF FLORIDA to: Harry Defendant., known Case as No 3458.ORDER t.akesiIe Huh.Dlv 21 a U J, E. Smith 1.13I I
green did direct the Clerk of ald whoso residence. I III L'n- a
h.ere'* a grand parade of Court' Dunlary OF PUBLICATIONAND .f Uovt. 1.01
lions augge- Hot Tomato Cottage Cheese Court to make and p.iP.lish Ibis known. I JJIk..k6..I,I Rub. IPiv 22 II U Fr..1 Ih Morrow 7.13IU'
: Sandwich (Serve 6)). notice now. therefore, NOTICE: IS You'are required to appear on NOTICE OF FI.OK1DA to Vln..ntVI..allI'l. of NJo01 IIW'4 BJ II U 211 f. A. Ryi.s. ... 1.13
Cut hard cooked egg into HEREBY GIVEN TO TIlE TAXPAYERS June 7th.. 1943 In the above namedCotirt also known as Alfred V'lsairal NI'5 ,.t NJo.4' ot NE'4 at 1U 10 M.. Jessie 1. In..raha" :364Nj
halves I cop cottage cheese PRO P K KT Y OWNERS and cause wherein plaintiff whose legal residence I I. 1919 ot flW !% ot NW all 8 U 2tJ 0111. tlp..d 1.10
> mash them season ac- buttered toast AND CITIZENS OF TIlE CITY ( iFS seek divorce I Bradford County Coot: at SW (' NW'4
New York
Edison Avenue, Bronx ;
cording to taste and refill the 6 slices STARKE. A MUNICIPALITY IVHIOHT Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn address In L, & roll H 660 N 350ftE
and Company
butterS COI'-ITY OF liRA I'>FOR['. Issues. 1 present
"n'tes.' Garnish I tablespoon I THF next four weekly l' th Infantry, A. P. O. 1. Care ntPortmuster ll2ftforapt..f ,
with and rNI'Ll'PISil ,
paprika Fr.oRIlA. hand and /
flour I4TATP. OF Witness my : New beg thence run N 35/ 1 I' ,
tablespoon New York City.
a sprig of parsley. NO-O-REIIDENT': "WNINI: PROPFRTY seal at Stark., Florida, this May ft H fteg
U. 8. Army. U. fill Ob
salt TAXA- York. I II"
$rrR.rErT TO
1 teaspoon : nit 5th. 1943. ft to 1 Pt of
Chopped celery with the 2H cup cooked or canned tomatoes TtON THEREIN ANn OTUFR"HAVISG (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomas June You 7th.are 1943 required In the to above appear nan..dCou.t on. "" A IS a 12 Z Ernest Mc0aull.7 '.U I ItlI.

mashed yolk Is a good fllUn* u OR CLAIUI-IO ANY A. Clerk of saul Court.. and wherein plaintiff I.t $E1' ot tlW\4\ Of '
you like Spread cottage cheese between TITLK OK INTEREST IN E. K. ferryman, Starke Florida 1 cause' Bradford CountyTelegraph NW'4 25 S II II Isaac Mitchell 1.1' \
crispines Or, mix the buttered toast. Cut undo PROPERTY TO BE AFFKCTKnHYTHE Atty. for Pit 6-T 4t 5-25 seek divorce.shall this OrderIn W 5'4 A ot N 1.3 ofNEt4 ,
Yolk with Thousand Island dreis- slice of II4$LJANI'E OF THE CERTIFICATES publish \ ot I4WY4' 2$ 8 II 6 John Davis 1.113
but. weekly Issue
log far wiche in half and arrange In DESCRIBED: HEREIN. IN- flRfrir C'OIRT BRADFORDfOI next four '
hand and
a Variety and serve around dish. Melt butter over that you. and each of you. are NTV. FI.OHIUIN 4.H1N- Witness my 5II4 llIt.Cli 33-34 8:12:
thl April
lalad. tered baking hereby required to appear and C ":AY.H. seal at Starke, Florida, I'

Yolki deluxe> low !flame blend in !flour then add show cause If any you have before Mo (>rud..r Thompson Plaintiff. 23th 1943. A. J. Thomas, Lot I W. E. RlvllOre 1955 I
mixing constantly Honorable A. Z. Adklns.Judge D e f .ndant. 19.58
with 1 gradually stirring the v. Jean Thompson A Clerk of said Court. Lot I O. [' Snyder
cup Cooked peas pureed. tomatoes Pour over of the above named Court C:1I.: No. 2476. OFFICIAL SEAL) Lot 43 10'. E. 4"layton 2372
Z slices until thickened. Court House in PlBLICATIftNANDVrtTlOE ( n,11 .
bacon at the County Lot 7 V. L. Phifer
chopped and fried and bake for 15 to X TO APPEAR Knight' Knight Starke.' Florida. lot I C. A. DoI..Ml1Iaa 13.71 I I
Criip teT.n" 1H u*>lespoon* cream 1 sandwiches oven. STATE OF FLORIDA toJean Atty for Plf. 4-80 4t 6-31 Lot 141 Unknown 1594 'I 1 t

minutes in a moderate Lot If B. Thacker 4.53
vinegar V4
teaspoon onIon 2':
I Ju1ce. Lot & NV ot Lot II W. if. Scott 10.01$14j : J
J tablespoon minced pi- hating dfficuUin planning (Continued from page 6) ot Lot II .a Lot 22 E.: B WI..luworth 1O.0L :;
Art GIVE TBE3tL1vE3ToU (
ento. H teaspoon salt and you Stretching your THET Lots 21 to 36 Incl. Ma ILl I ,)

aough mayonnalae to moisten. mmMm wih points can .,". you LEND Deeerl.>!!". AmTae....t .. Lot II2T gnklO''yant::: 55.10 f\ I
Chamber A t.t 653
If ..M? Lynn .. SacS "....Tvr.. H... Aer. Owaer .
you have a dab of leftover Me if you wiu /. .ncwsusg, TOUB MONET Lot 39'D J. F. K.ddlck ;Jr. ...)
barn slI".lo" /# Lots U :
mince it fine and add with itanipd. ..If-oJdreJled a of SE'4 of NR<4 IIt 47 44. 'P..nk&o'WhldcJ.nSU I

enough egg mayonnaise to moisten to your replY: in cars 0'ZIO' her Souli as Western be. .uy u JjdlUoul of SEH Rd K 13 of *ltd NE'.4 13 E_ t.ots 4a. U. 50. 11. 52. lIS Unknown a.... ,

10lk. mashed< flne and refill N-.paP t'/I"nn. Iliuioea.swt..s.d about 12 A across Rend C. A. KNIGHT. '

.'bllll. pleAses Sue. Chicego III ___ load How K", colored A. C. Co. 411 Tax, Cullecler. Bradford County.ftRADP'ORD I
II A. F.
W..f N...pa -er UuU- Church In NW Cor II < ft ,
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_ _ _ FRID.\v. lilt! ,1 (i

w p __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I Mrs. Young Says and walked on it :

/ WASHINGTON) I More Women Needed beallng' Later ne I f!
weeks with
i I rrODAYIUuI I his ankle '
Kathleen i In
'jays :: To Replace Men He St. Luke's plans to Hospital go back,, JIIt 'I

?t Washington D. CCNWNS-A.) a for at least 43 hours a week. His Women who have enlisted In cent's for a check.up to ", '
result of the battle between JohnL. aim was not to Increase labor's pay TGMORROW the Waves and Spars have actually -
Giving Him Another? C.fU: :; :.:! Lewis and President Roosevelt. but to release steel workers for replaced many men at their Car

It looks as though a new system other Industries in which there are shore stations thus relieving: this Stolen
Bell Syndicate.-WNU r.otur... for wage Increases will evolve acute shortages of men. But to the From
for combat duty It Rev.
which will save everyone's face but steel worker who has been averaging DOaIU manpower Yerkea
add billions of dollars to the national 40 or 41 hours of work a week was pointed out this: week by Is Recovered
income and Increase the and Is now to be paid for an additional Mrs. Jeannette ''Young1 special

threat of Inflation. seven or eight hours at time Wave-Spar recruiter for Starke. While the '

Although the "Little Steel" for- and a half this ruling means a POISON meat Thousands of women have been Yerkea does not J'teverend
I mula for wages, which limits wage virtual wage increase of 30 per assigned tat Navy and Coast hands on his actUally hbt
"Poison not to be taken Internal 1941
((1' 1. 01i Increases to 15 per cent more than cent. F
they were before the war will probably In the mining Industry. If the ly" should be printed in big clear Guard bases throughout the continental was stolen from hllll laai ..
4 be kept in force as part of the nines are turned back to private letters on a lot of the meat which limits of the United night a* It stood parked p
President's "hold-the-line" order. owners and the six-day guarantee now Is being sold through black States ,and many more; thousands yard on Church k'

? I the coal row has pointed the way Is Included In the miners' contract. marketa at above ceiling price. Undergoing Indoctrination and the assurance that Street\,,
; b : ,;'. for getting more money for work it will probably result in an Increase We hear a lot about the threat to advanced training for their future located. A i u hie
.- In the of coat In other our pocketbooks caused by black telegram "
i ers without violating that formula price duties. But additional volunteersare Police -
7'z The new system is to give Industries. U a similar Increase market operations but perhaps we Department In
;- labor a guaranteed Increase In based on hours Is worked out. It ought to do more worrying about needed Immediately. They N. C, to Police Chief A 7,

working hours at time and I half will result In other price rises in the threat to our health. There may contact Mrs. Young at the varea Tuesday noon ,(.7" .
i'i pay. consumer goods. Farmers may will always: be some people who will Library or write direct to the "Holding '41 Ford :

In the coal Industry, for exam then demand higher prices and the pay whatever is asked to get a Navy recruiting station In Jack cense 2D-43145, also I'IDriti.
I \i of food also rise. Thus good steak or a ham which Isn't t\\'o\
cost will a
where the miners who admit ..
pie, were workIng t..n.. ....
1 available legitimate channels ---- '"
vicious circle of price rises be through /
35 hours week buick:
i a an average Waves and SpaTS are used for Starke. Fla.,
: brought aboutIn -but nobody would do this If Advise loon
) wage of $1 an hour, they will probably II.
be general it Is agreed here that he realized that he might be buyIng yeoman service typing and gen- sible.
now guaranteed a six-day,
18 or 42-hour week, with the last seven the President did a good job In a tempting-looking package of eral office work while others are Mr. Yerkes being ci

hours at time and a half. Thus handling the coal strike. Although poison.By specializing in communications ConsultatIon hes tI ta ted to1
W ? the miner who earned $33 a week no one knows whether his appeal to tracking down black market.uppUera coda, transmission, sending and warrant for the
arrest t
c ; the has found of
government i
the miners would have produced lilt
will now be assured of diers
earning $43.50a and
receiving air
; parachute rigging:
week. '' results if John I... Lewis hadn't ordered repeated evidence that precautions especially |In
: I the men back to work his necessary to guard health in the plane mechanists; air tower service the seriousness of the atm.
H ; Theoretically, there Is nothing promise that be wouldn't let anything slaughtering and storing of meat ; storekeepers; hospital work crossing state lines thin
much to complain about in this new or any Individual Interfere have been totally disregarded by and pharmacists duties. it a Federal otten i. T
tc arrangement. For. although it gives with war production was reassur these racketeers. Their whole aim ]Men who have been released best Judgment and n..
the miners more money It also It to make some quick money out that tfj.
ing. There are some here who object -
from Alvarez
guarantees the nation greater production to making concession to of the war-and they have no more these posts have been that the mlltterbe
; &W J of coaL But since the chief Mr. Lewis by any guaranteeing: the regard for what their product will assigned to duty in combat areas over to the Military Pol

danger of inflation lies in greater miners longer hours. But the majority I do to the consumer than did the and it 1 is Intended to supplement they. were called at CanuV i

purchasing power among the people see it as a means of assuring peddlers of wood alcohol during the this program so that men with ding. However he waspJLT

if the new increased hour for- ample coal production from now on prohibition era. Urge dependent families in civilian assured that his car
;H 4 1 mula becomes general the difficulties The government has spent would k
f- and consider years
( 2 of curbing Inflation will be immediate Concern.that the one thing of perfecting labeling and Inspection( life may remain with their turned to him In good cw/'

'E I greatly enhanced. There is, however, bitter feeling methods in the meat industry to families and serve ther country; without any expense to h''
s. The manpower shortage Is encouraging here against John L. Lewis and guard the health of the people. Asa in another manner. and the thieves will not II

the adoption of this new there are many who feel that he result. In normal times cases of punished.
formula. In the steel Industry, for should be severely punished for meat poisoning are extremely rare. Graduates From Citadel
_____ example Paul McNutt bead of the his willingness to let war produc- But unless the consumer is vigilant New
t __ / Manpower commission without any tion be stopped rather than drop In insisting that the meat he Pvt. Andrew Zenas Adkins, Jr.. SecretaryW.

1. pressure by the union, ordered that his efforts to get more money for buys today comes through legal has sent out the following Invitations T. Clute, realtor .
I steel workers must be employed the miners.PATRICIA'. protected channels, there is apt to ban
be a national epidemic of meat poi to relatives and a few secretary-Mrs. Temp lew,

soning. And take It from me, it'sa t'rlenda: Kansas City Mo. Her hi*

: Handy mat titling( / on tht itrpt. .molein,. "(Ve14" ht taul Tv tot to get out.Ml lot worse than the measles.RESTAURANTS "The Board of Visitors, Facultyand is Pvt. L. E. Templeton iut

t I thit ticktni me. I'm don? HOJ1j.SEHOME suppliesI First Class of The Citadel at Camp Blanding. Shi ma,
the : Mrs. Aitken, wife of
Military College of South Co
By KATHLEEN NORRIS FASHION learned about meat poisoning
I i TilE DEEP END the hard way. Instead of reading Carolina, request the J1onor of Robert Aitken, of HuniHr

and then a man and How of us realize how about It in the newspapers. I your presence at the Commence. Long Island. N. Y. who II t

I'NOW get a divorce, close many learned about It by eating a strange ment Exercises, May 23 to May transferred to Tennessee
about the world we come nearly every meat concoction: in a well-known 29. 1943. Armory
day. to going "off the deep restaurant. ,
trying solitary living for end" ovpr somebody or something My experience has made me er C. i New EmployesMr.

awhile, meet each other ? We can think oj dozens i12A eDaua: tremely wary of where I eat and This handsome Invitation Is and Mrs. Irving Blai
what I eat. For our home consumption bound In white leather and con-
again and are remarried. In of to justify what we New York
ways we can deal with a butcher tains pictures of City arrived In S
these days of too-frequent divorces know to be rash moves, but .''Author oo Sl.t.t Msr'e Kltcb.nBy DOW we trust and feel fairly certain Citadel Campus buildings and on the Monday to accept position

it often happens that we don't matta them, because ---- \, that be Is going to give us good several names of the Camp Standing; Jewelry
MARY E. DAGCE I meat if he sells us any at alL If "candidates for
wife or husband would be we know what the comequencei Author of Sister Mary's; Kitchen. we do buy from questionable storeswe degrees," among them being the Military Supply Headqui:

more patient more tolerant of our foolishness will at least know we are taking a name of Andrew Zenas Adkins owned by Louis Shafkln.
be. Social pressure may be a We seem to be going "earlyAmerican" chance that could be avoided. Jr., Starke, Florida. Blum, formerly asslHUnt mat
wise if another with not
given a
more burden but i it fins more than vengeance. But In restaurants we have no of the Wise Shoe Store In i
chance and sometimes they only as to architecture and furnishings Idea where the meat comes from. Several weeks ago the graduating
York has been named mat'''
nuisance value. Our welL
mere anxiety but as to plain living as
have an opportunity to prove it. about the Plainer clothes. simpler living and We can easily see however, that class was Inducted into the of the local firm, undei Mr r. 1
opinions of our
when it is difficult for us to get U. S. Army as Privates. After
But not often. Usually the first scarcity in many familiar foods are kin himself.
friends and buiinen associates enough meat to feed a small family the
thing they do, getting free. is giving us an understanding of our the restaurant must commencement exercises have
I upon managers
helps us to discipline ourselves pioneer background that will standus cloned "Andy" Adkins will be TRAIN 5CHEDILE
mates insurmountable
to tie themselves up to new be facing
as fast as possible. Then new complications before it becomes necessary in good stead in our present difficulties in finding enough good sent to Fort Bennlng, Ga., for Southbound,

have to be taken into ac- for someone else to do it. emergency.A study of our grandmother's food to feed hundreds of people several months Intensive training No. 1 (local) due Slarkt L

takes 1'1' each day. after which he will be made a P. M.No. .
\. And when one partner ceipt" books will give us many
a serious view of marriage and the tlon, and Randy the only dental surgeon hint on how she managed without I The to restaurants are being rationed Second Lieutenant. Congratulations 191 (Miami) due Stark:,
buying a of
ether is bound by no law of God or in our small town was askedto fully stocked grocery shelves and what they normally purchased percentage but to this young soldier who P. M.

; man. It takes a man or woman of do It. Little Pam, with her court suggest ways for us to do likewise. to many of them the rationing Is was born and reared In Starke! No. 107 (local) due Starlit

: fine character and high principlesto age and her spirit captivated her When the spring grandmother she went wanted out and greensIn dug not the chief problem. For although A. M.

forget and forgive. father. I saw him twice during dandelions and served them to her they are permitted to buy a certain C hast ain On Leave NorthboundNo.

Helen Johnson writes me her this time and he asked me for per. family. quantity of meat they often find it 2 (local) due Starlit I

phase of this problem. She is 37; mission to see the other girls, all The first- shoots of milkweed are impossible to get that quantity from 1 T. C. Chastaln, manager of the A. M.

I she married a prosperous dentist of three sweet natural pretty: children.it good and can be cooked much like their regular sources. Therefore, local branch of the John H. Den- No. 192 (through) due St.

:g, M. 14 :years ago; they had a nice I say: it myself.to and After asked that he asparagus.Even the tender young shoots of cutting they must down make on a their choice servings between or mark furniture store chain has 5:28: A. M.
came humbly me me
home three children. friends and a pokeweed also known a. scoke are buying from black markets. Consequently been granted .a 90-day leave of No. 108 (through) du
if be friend
1 good position when Randy Johnson he might rny might sea edible and they too. are cooked many of them are apt to absence to try to recuperate from 6:30: P. M.
went off the reservation entirely. them now and then.' I forgot to say like asparagus./ There's one note of take a chance on quality In order the (Ill effects of an old accident. No. 44 (through, reseT

three years ago. and demanded a that he and his office sweetheart, caution be sure NOT to leave any to have a menu which continues to Last summer he broke his ankle train) due Starke 2:51: P. II
divorce. married immediately after the divorce root on the shoot because the root attract customers.
were also divorced 11 months is POISONOUS. --------
Sunday Morning's Bad News later, and she has married twice Cowslip or marshmarlgold is another SAFETY: homeTo

"I will never forget the peaceful since. Months of friendship, during good green that come. early be on the safe side, it Is probably EVERY BRANCH OF3ndUI'dnCe
Sunday morning when he broke it which he has won the affection of and should be used before it blossoms. advisable to follow two gen
It's slightly bitter like: dandelions 'a eral rules: (1) do
to me that he wanted to marry his the three girls, and appears to be and you may want to parboil Ing at home rather your than meat In eat-
office clerk a girl of 18. writes the proudest and most understand. it before you cook it. ; (2) buy your meat for home
Helen. "The two older girls and I ing of fathers, have brought him to My own grandmother used the consumption from a butcher you
.ad Just come back from church. the place where he wants to come young tender leaves of yellow dock know who sticks to ceiling prices.'
the baby then two. was running home. He is almost 49 now. which she served with a sour egg 4w As a general rule the butcher

about the garden; Randy was sitting "I want to clean my heart and sauce. _ who Charges higher than ceiling
both the sorrel
Sorrel sheep and
on the porch steps, smoking. Sandra mind." the letter "of the prices does so because he pays in-
goes on. the kind we know. sour grass is Hated prices to black
end Pant went Into the house and memory that he hurt me deeply, a good green with a tart taste that's his supply.: Thus normally-priced markets for n. A

Bandy said immediately: 'Nell. I've humiliated me set ,all our friends decidedly piquant Cook this with meats are in general safer than C. WALL
got to get out. All this sickens me. speculating about our divorce, left a bit of bacon and serve it with I high-priced meats.
the kids and the Sunday dinner and herd cooked eggs. When
our children when they needed him. we are limited on the
the and all of It. I don't Mustard Kre ns are strong flavored amount of meat
washing car But also I have to remember thai' we can buy by ration -
combine well $ AgencyConstant
and with milder
want to take pictures of Antoinette. Randy and I never quarreled; that greens. Serve them with lemon stamps, it is a temptation to
I don't want to telephone to see If our relationship was one of understanding juice and hard cooked egg or a -/8369 this meat general when reaction we eat out. But

your brother and his wife can come laughter co-operation per. tart egg sauce.Ordinary 12-42 demand for meat in has made the Service Over 50 Years

over to play. bridge I'm done.' feet companionship. I always thought plantain can be served greater than usual at a restaurants time when

"After awhile." the letter goes on. of myself .. the happiest wives.I cooked like other greens or served their supplies of meat ere drasti-
like to be married to raw shredded In a salad. Full of Patches! callJ: cut. So.
the truth came out. The little girl a woman: Instead of trying to Please Phone 116
There are other weeds that
m the office' loved him. he couldn'tbreak have a man to spoil consult, and be can be used many as food but It'. a good Pattern No. SMS-You can dig up add extra meat to our diet by eat-
her heart and his. Better to praised by. And there can never Idea not to venture too far In your aU the material :you'll need to make tag out. it would help the re.tau.rants .

haveonly: one of us unhappy, he be any other. Shall I give him an. search without the advice of someone these aprons. The gayer the pieces, own digestive keep In business and help our

said and I was to be the one. I other chance?" who knows his weeds. The department the brighter the_aprons. fleas if, from systems keep In bust.
Pattern No. 8399 is in sizes 12, now on, we would
could have the house the girls, anelUO Stress Infidelity Too MuchIn of agriculture at Washington 14 18 18. 20 40 and 42.' Size 14 think of meat as a product CLASSIFIED ADS
will furnish you with a booklet ; ..___ ____h_ .. foruumv
$ a month. That afternoon while answer I .a). my dear Helen. on Edible Weeds or you can work apron No. 1 takes H :yard 32- coniumpuon only.
I was lying down with a headache I think we women put too much write to your state agricultural college inch material and H yard contrast FOR SAL.E-Cash register
he- came into the room we shared Importance upon that type of Infidelity for Information about the Vo.. 2 apron takes H yard In mono Raybin Buys new. Price practically WANTED

silently packed his things and stood that so often smites a manlike weeds in your own locality. tone. Bryant -Mrs. reasonable Listings on apertflnhl.bO55
House Mallory Thomas wit"
In the middle of the floor to make a sudden high fever, just when Much of the palatability of your 664. Box: homes for rent, located |
a final speech.'He dish of greens will depend on the Itp snlles of surke
his children In the awkward .
are Bachelor Morris M.
said that he knew everything cooking and seasoning. Cook them Raybln. LOST 119 EaAt Call strt'tt
stages of grade school homework. tat as little water as possible until Sterling silver link
owner of the Star
1 was thinking and everything my: teeth-straightening. dimedemandingand %tender season with salt Just before 5Addi. Store, hag1 purchased bracelet ((10 links). It found W. T. CLUTE Reallit
another would say; that I have been comic-section Infatuation. We they are done. then drain and chop .... a home adjoining: liLa store return to Betty Ann /

a devoted wife, that our children say tacitly. even If we don't put It them just as carefully a. you do property on West Call Street. On Starke Fla. Flynn. FOR SALE-sweet potato fl

were splendid and that he bad no into words: "You may like women, spinach. Lemon juice hard cooked May 15 he ltp See Lacy Simmons, StsrWJ
to make. But he eggs, hot mayonnaise and a sour bought the home of LOS"I--one
complaint said no light
dear as much as you like, admiretheir KUM .* paper red cow marked
home Is when the of the egg sauce all are good accompaniments Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryant Restaurant
happy man
: minds and their talents You who crop two splits in one FOR SALE ,
family Is bored and resentful; he may look after pretty: 18-year-olds I to greens.Variety Pattum No__ .,-_ _ manage the Starke Hotel for Col. split under bit In other.ear Finder crop ment: grills, marble top '

knew I did not want to hold him In the streets; that's quite excusable. Show at USO D. K. Knight. Please notify I wiliu GriffIn .stool, chair., steam table
against his will; he would see a You've been devoted to me for 14 SeaS IS seats .b> sofa (foe The residence Is now occupied Lawtey Reward. table. Inquire at

great deal of his children and In years now. and possibly some of the Five men from the 66th Division each pattern dnind to- by Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecta and itp Tourist Camp.

a few months our friends would accept glamour In a purely: passional at. Camp Blanding will pro Patricia Dow Patterns family of the Bradford Photo LOST-2 ration books--one Hi
the situation! with the same has off. But the minute Shop, and name ot Carrie or
worn Small.
sense according to :Mr the other lady
that be hoped I would. vide entertainment at the NCCS- .. w. in* ... new Twk. M. T. bin Ray- Argo Small WANTED-Starke
grace you become Interested In that youngoffice regulations existing colored. $2 <
Heartbroken WomanI half wit. out !" USO Sunday at 4 P. M., In the Rent Control under the It returned to reward for work In tore eady1..i
Lonely you go Office permit them 206 Pine Street Petite Photo StudiO.11f l
Now this Isn't sensible. It Is humiliating form of a variety show. Also Mr. to remain there for 90 In Reno.
"He went to Reno. and I let him days. ltp CaU St.. Starke.
I gt a divorce. I was stunned. From and shocking to realize Ball dramatics) teacher at BHS, Chaplains MeetMr. Mr. Raybln'a present plans are HELP WANTED-female.

feeling myself: a happy secure, beloved that one's physical charms may will present several reading be- A. M. Depew. Director of to retain two rooms In his new maid Short hours Colored FOR SALE-Onlt-hOr bIllS!
pale, and that men are weak but home for himself I good
and necessary: woman I was tween acts. All soldiers and civilians I the U. S. O.-Y. M. C. A. in Jacksonville and help relieve Must have health pay. good condition. $35 cull.-I.
alone and heartbroken in the space both facts are Indeed cold facts.and the house shortage In certificate S
face them If want are cordially Invited to attend spoke_ to the proteetant Starke Bradford Grocery R Fowler, Rt. X, Box 42 <
of two months. But I pulled myself we have to we by renting: the balance of the Starke 0 a d 13. 5-14
of and
Chaplains Camp Standing Fla Fla.
together rebuilt my Ufe with ever to be happy. Randy was flattered this program. house to military
the Ministers of. SUrke at the personnel and ,
she made him feel that he :
the girls as well as I could and after : family HELP WANTED "
a long while was happy and busy was Superman. You. with all you 'Will Test For Bangs First' Baptist Church on Thursday It III undergto<* that the Receptlonlst.operator male or femjjj WANTED TO BUY_light.-*,

.,.In. I still loved Randy; I couldn't know about him. couldn't honestly May 13. paid for the property price Portrait for Your trailer and small cartKlckliter ]

stop. He Is a gentle humorous, compete with her babbled little lispIng Arrangements are being made About thirty*" Chaplains were cash. which gives the was -S300O Brown StUdio. See E. S. ,, Route 2, Sos

I clever man. and he had made me compliments.. He fell for It all. by L. T. Dyer, County Agent to present.. The host for the meeting bungalow and a lot 02x210 OWner the Store. at Main Military Supply Starke.

very happy: for 11 wonderful years. and has since proved to the world have the milk cows In the county was) the Rev A. E. Llghtfoot, extending from call feet- ltp ;

Last year Pamela my middle that he was a consummate fool; tested for T. B. and Bang disease Pastor of the Baptist Church. through to Jefferson Street LOST Ladles ANTED-Fryllig size 'ell
daughter had to have undeveloped that ought to be some satisfaction at an early date. Those who The next meeting; will be held pur s e blue iii'coin hens and turkeys. W"

wisdom teeth. impacted taken from to you. and a very present help U wish to have their cows tested at Camp Blandlng at the Station Office supplies of wrist watch Containing man' market price. If yOU
all and
Jxr Jaw.' It was hospital time of argument. f should let Mr. know k.Iada fo change FInder get
opera- Dyer as soon Hospital as toe guests of Chaplains sale at The Bradford please return to bring them. we come
as possible. Richardson Montgomery. Telesnaph. County County Telegraph Bradford Write or phone Jim '
reward Grill s
phone 90, Guidon ;,I