Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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arueation Home of the I '

Trading' < enter for BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries

UP BLANDING This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877

IXTI.OU'I' STAKKE FLORlPA.nuil.VY. AI'iUL. 17, 1943 NtlMn.u TWENTY-Fn'.:
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ries Bring .f Bradford County Goes All- Out

JJ71 Gross YJYCAFills \ For "Every American Canvass

Teak'' Week :r:

conceded Local Organizations Give Support To Drive ;\':\: \

wee k, generally I Plans Perfected Dean :
& 'peak' of late, s h or t'the : MatherlyTo Encouraging Regular Purchase \<

.O.f aw strawberries a total of..hippedfstarke 1 ,6981. Need Of Bonds And Stamps i;;;

and Lawtey. selling For Registration Address
ofI per crate Felt Bradford County la currently demonstrating what great things 1.1can '

average an esti$82771 be accompll..hrj when an all-out effort, Individually and col- :

IhrlnirlnK$ growers since Wednesday Of Men 44-65 Graduating Class lectlvely, Is made to accomplish a goal. Working through the medium \ t

of civic and fraternal" organizations and civilian defense units, this );
t week Here ''
total l. Lawtey repprted county U cooperating 100 percent In the "Every American Canvass." <
At a recent meeting of the Graduating exercises for 41 '
179600 while 6,098 the
crates, giving every salaried worker an opportunity to pledge hlmnelf for

, I were sold through the auc- Bradford County, local Selective members of the oenior clans of regular purchase ot War Bonda and Stamps on a weekly or monthly

\\A the Starke farmer*' mar- Service Board, the following per- B. H. S. will mart Sunday night basis. '

eons were appointed to b a. In when the annual Baccalaureate Conducted simultaneously In every Florida county, from April

, ico, the season started Bradford, Jess charge of the fourth registration Sermon will be delivered by the 17 to 20, the Jo very American Canvass pledge .U not a logal con
weeks ago
twO Miss Sarah Herd. _lHtant director of the YWCA-USO Is pictured Rev A. B. foot but Is the evidence of moral Indicating
shipped a total of 22,- (men 44 to 69 years of age), Light at the llaptlat tract, simply n obligation.

crates y bas of fruit, for which here In the organization's) comfortable new location In the which will 'be held on April 27 Church at 8 o'clock. that the signer has enlisted in the drive for victory against the Axis I ,

rs have received an ,estlmatU Woman's Club building, 201 N. Walnut St. The YWCA-USO con- from 7 A. M.'to'9 P. M.: 4 Congregations of all local 1 powers. Fulfillment of the pledge will bo left entirely to each

of $94,398.75. ducts an lnterenting program of activities for the WhiM! of the Army L. H. Hill. Lawtey; Mrs.' Ruth churches wilt unite In thla ser citizen'? personal sense of responsibility and patriotism In supporting t, '

[mere report, however, that personnel at Camp Blanding, and, l I... rendering a further wrvlce to Frazier Graham; !olr Floy Sullivan vice .and other ministers will assist the sailors, soldiers, and marines who are flghtlnx our battles '

fcield Is declining and they the community by offering a central location for receUIng and dispensing TheressaJ.:; I* Peek, Mr. Lightfoot. S. A. Weldon, executive chairman of Bradford County'* Defense I t

ft t that the peak of the nar- information concerning roonm, apartments and house for Starke; J. H,, Walnwrlght." Hell- Dean Walter J. Matherly of the Savings Committee, and County Agent I* T. Dyer, local secretary 1

m be passed! this week. Unable rent In Starke. Vacancies may be listed by tf'lt'phonlng'18S. bronn Springs1; ''Win. T. Mlnshew, University of Florida will deliver of the U. S. Department of Agriculture's War Board, are heading up '

weather conditions coned New River; M ,W, !o{ 0 I'' row. the addrewa at the Commencement the drive, and the following chairmen for the various communities '

to a late season and' Hampton; and q. B. Co Is on, exercises which I will be held l

fcrop.irk. Brooker. i Thursday night. April 23, in the have been named:
Gun Club Meets Joe NoegelRobbed Nat Sternberg. Btarke; W. S. Slbley, Theresaa; Mrs. O. P. Wads- I'
Members .o't the registration court room of the county court-
worth Hampton; Mrs. C. B. Roberto, Graham; I. B. Harrison and
asked to at houae here
committee ace report
Rushed It. B. Crosby, Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. L,. H. Hill, Lawtey; Mrs. J. II. 1
the local board office in the Dr. W. E. Mlddleton, superintendent

At Lanola Park Of $325 Starke armory on Friday, April of public Instruction, will WainwrIght, Hellbronn.

24. to receive supplies and instructions. present diplomas to members of Organizations that are cooperating In the effort are the Rotary i

Four Projects '- the graduating clans, and S. \H. Club, the Woman's Club, the Junior Woman's Club, the American < ,
W. P. Smith, president of the Sometime early In the evening jj
The chairmen 'named above will Sparks chairman of the school Legion, nnd the various churches. |

Starke Gun Club, announces that Tuesday, Joe Noegel was knocked select their committees to assist board will award the ninth grade }'fr. Weldon also announced the appointment of the following
Uress on Starke's four pro- the "home' of the organization is In the head with a bottle, robbed '
In registering all men who were certlflcu tell.I committee to conduct the drive among the colored residents: Mildred
l for ewer, water lines, being changed from its former of, $325: thrown out of hla car, I
h clinic and school additions site south of town to Lanola:; had his car stolen driven I to 45 years of age}, on or before L. Paul chairman; M. B. Roberta, N. L. Pullum, A, O. Jenkins and i> >

very favorable during the Links, four miles east of Starkeon Green Cove Springs and wrecked, February 18. '1942 and who have Fire O. D. Dell. J

week Highway 48. and five new tires stolen from it. not reached their 65th birthday Equipment Every man, woman or child who signs a pledge for, the regular

n the school units, founda- The first shoot to be held in Thla was done by an army ser on or before not April 27 1942.for These purchase of War Bonds and Stamps will gain the right to stand ,
men are reglnterlng com
walls have been laid to" floor the new location will take place geant and corpoial It was said bat service, but will probably be Bids Received nlioiilder to ahoulder with American fighting men and say: "I, too '
on Units A & B, and on Sheriff A. O. Andreu went to 'I
Wednesday afternoon, April 22, at used In home defense' and other have done my part j.
|A the carpenters have the 1:30: ( P. M. Prizes will be awarded Green Cove Springs and brought civilian phases of; the war. Every American Is beginning to reallza the truth In the slogan

Mo la t s, sub-flooring andy and the general public Is Invited. I back to Starke the one who did The Bradford County local 1 Vailoua contractors and sales that "War la never cheap, but it la a million times cheaper to win ) !;
all the framing completed
the drivIng It was stated, and
board is of W. H. Kd- men met with the City Council than to lose!" j ) !J
Inlt composd
C the building,
existing lodged him in the county Jail at the Hall afternoon I I ,
nters have built a staging, Mr. Smith reports Increasing Pending further investigation and wards, Jr., chairman, Stafford L.
I old has been torn Interest locally In skeet, shooting, Crews, and N. D. Wainwright, Jr. where sealed bids on the I ,
chimney arresto, the Sheriff had no comment

lirt, and the the extensive contractor remodeling is ready and will It become la expected more that popular'the sport than to make. new ment fire were department opened and and read equip aloud. County Win Pay Jurors Named : : i ,

the ever In its new location at':Lan .1\ CeQrdI lIr.tc: lrs.'A. M. Jdlxon( Trailer Park The low bidder on the fire station I II ll

Bill term building ends as Sub-floors soon as are I' ola Links. : ;'':'* '" Mr.' Starke Noegel's sister-Joe In the had come to Ready Nex" Week proper was the Qullllan Construction Share Of For Circuit Court t It ItI

Ion the negro school, Unit D, to early evening Co., Inc., of Daytona Paving .;-\i\ i, 1 I
buy groceries. On h 1 a return The trailer jfark, or "tourlK! Beach, the price being $3.842.00. I
[framing la under' way. L. J. Green Named home two or three miles north on town," which W. T. Clute, realtor The Bilateral Fire Hose Co., of I I (
The venire for the.spring ,term I '
press Is good on the Health At Its regular meeting. April 4
Road 13 he the the low bidder for
picked up two Chicago was
la building on Road 13 lean than
Iw Legion Commander of circuit court, to be held here
with carpenters busy 4 B, the Board of County Commissioners t
soldiers. After they had gone a mile south of Starke, will be 3,000 feet of 2 1-2 Inch ho e. The
starting Monday April 27. was
ling the structure and brick voted to pay for the pavIng I'
distance soldiers ordered $3.000. The American
little the price was
The Jones-Langford-Whlte Post and ready for business next Sheriff
km open drawn taut Saturday by
with their asaosHed the courthouse !
following against
of the American Legion at Us Mr. Noegel to stop They all got week, he Mated Wednesday. Work Lu France Foamlte Corporation A. O. Andreu, County Judge E.
|c Another week's work regular meeting Tuesday night, out of the car, one of them hit Is progressing rapidly on the various of Elmira, N. Y., presented the property by the City of K, ferryman and Circuit Court r,
Include the roof and Starko, totaling $05058.: The
once him In the forehead with a bottle lowest bid on furnishing a fire
considerable time discussing buildings and other improve Clerk !
M spent A. J. Thomaa.
I In
tightly, completion "knocked out." rob engine to 750: gallons amount on Jefferson street
Canvass" and him They pump per
American ments the [
the on
lid fallow within eight weeks "Every property. $378.62. while that on Court The 30 names, from which 18
Mlxon said minute) the being $9,81)1.
thls bed him of $325, Mrs. price t
for war bonds and stamps The three 2-room cabins (the street cost $581.00. jurors will later be chosen, are:
This the total to $21,733.
week and made plans to cooper yesterday. first of series of such hounea to brings rt rtI
rk on laying the lines a Carl I W. H. Hart Adam Green '
[ sewer A letter from City Clerk
Later on in the night, probably
ate to the fullest extent in the be erected there) are nearing While these are the low bids,
Imued at a brisk Luther Milliard Lem Brown
clip during stated that thlBl amount
Mr. Noegel Johns (
drive. midnight, is It was pointed out by L,. A. Mlch- !
The office
put t week, the contractor lay115" went to the office of Dr. M. B. completion. ready; may be paid either In cash or I U. J. O. Green W H. Smith
aux, engineer representing
and 8" lines In the vlct1 They also discussed their duties Herlong for treatment, and had the concrete building which is to one-twelfth down and the remaInder Alvin Casnels Sid Shuford .

1 of Clair and WelleSta.., as emergency police, and Mayor several stitches in his forehead house eight toilets, four lava Reynolds, Brewton, Smith & In eleven equal monthly J. L. Conner R. C. Buford '

Seventh to Tenth Sts. With N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Post Adjutant Dr. Herlong put stated that tories, six showers with hot and Hills, Jacksonville engineers, and payments. The Board panned a L. W. Conway N. O. Mood1' .
of Starke that the
also the city ,
I delivery of more 21" pipe announced that he had received from the looks of the blood clots cold running water, and four resolution calling for the latter II. 10:. Rosier M. L. Watte'sonJ.
I* will be resumed on this line badges for the Legion the accident must have occurred wash trayo. Is also nearing com City only tentatively accept method of payment, and paid the O. Davidson 8. T. Starling \
ed them by
pending acceptance
north of who have already been pletion. Two wells have been
naires Eddie
Blanding Center on first Installment of $7997. J. L. Goodge
four or five hours previously. the Federal Works Agency.It .
r St.ater sworn In aa emergency police. : drilled, a large log-cabin storage Mr. Johns' letter further set R. A. Grlffls W. A. DyalJ.

| mains are being laid In The following officers were house has, been .completed' electric was also pointed out that forth the fact that this was only D. Bowers Laurie McKinney :

(Way Lane and In Lake St., elected: Post Commander,' Lloyd Mrs. Martha Biggs'Funeral light< wires have been ,strung there was no bid presented on an a third of the actual cost of the Jaa. Hornsby T. J. Perry \

Inth and then West to R y- Green; vice-Post Commander, L. Thursday to the property and fixtures) In alarm system, "becaune nq priority paving of those two blocks, and M. J. McRae E.I D. Jones

d St.. the site of the new D. Vlnlng; 2nd vice-Post Com stalled. rating could be obtained" the City Itself would pay a third Jno. Plnholnter Henry Hardy

h Pump house and new, weU.e mander, W. B. Sewell; Poet Finance Mrs. Martha E. Biggs, one of The cabins will be furnished from the War Production Board. while the property owners on the H. II. Lewis W. J, WilkersonH.

P Boyd and Goforth Co.. con- Officer, A. J. Thomas; Post Lawtey's oldest and dearest citizens for sleeping quarters. Scarcity of and need for copper other side of the streeta would L. Brownlee B. B. McKinney

flow for both the new pump Chaplain. Marcus F. Brown; Post died Wednesday morning at "We may build cottages to live wire seems to be the chief difficulty pay the other third. Roy Tomllnwon Oscar Carter i
MM will start Post of useful i since that la used In A. O. Davla Chan. A. Darby '
work In about HistorIan H. A. Carlton; 9 o'clock after 84 years In If sufficient applications come

|eek. starting with the south Sergeant-at-arma, Obe F., Hall. in," Mr. Clute said. "We will abundance In the war-time com- Dr. McLendon

fP house at the site of the Duncan and Mr. Hall life.She was born Martha B. Chapln start receiving applications just atmunlcatlon system and Is. need More Funds
K. O.
[ Electric Plant According to elected delegates to the In Pomfort. Vt.. November 18, as coon as these are ready. We ed for making connections for an Resumes Practice

White' general superintendent were State Convention to be 1857, but had lived in Florida for will build ten more." Sufficient alarm aystem.Rotarians. For Camp Blanding
I this area. Legion to to 50 Friends here of Or, H. B. Mc ]
held In Orlando May 7-9.. S. E. the past 53 years, coming space has been cleared park Still Camp Blanding grows! A
Sparks and S. A. Weldon were Lawtey 25 years ago from Green trailers, and more will be cleared Hear Lendon of Orlando will be Interested wire received Wednesday from
She was the wife occasion demands. in the following article
Cove Springs. as
tier Complains elected as alternates. Candidate Speak Starke's own Congressman, lAx
of the late W. H. Biggs, and was that appeared In a recent Issue
Green, stated that "President
Scalded Hogs the mother of nine children: W. of the dally newspaper In that
Give Soldiers Thomas Appointed J. R. (Jlmmle) Boyd. Jacksonville Roosevelt haa just approved Work
Will O rgetown D. C. city:
S. Biggs, e o ;
I Mason, Who city councilman and candidate Projects Administration pro ject
lives 2 2lnJU
A. H. Harley Defense Commander
st st Free Bibles Blgga, Hastings; Mrs. for Congress from the Sec "Dr. H. n. McLendon returned with Federal funds in th. amount
<" the
? on
and Mrs. Mae Wells, Lawtey; last night from Camp Claiborne,
: for the construction
I, Place was ond Congressional District, was of $234.305.00
e Sherlff's office complaining George T. Stephens, of New Mrs. E. E. Barthlow Mlddleburg; I: J. C. Huskls on. coordinating guest speaker at the Rotary Club La., where he served for one of additional facilities at
Wednesday Roberta West Palm director of the Action Division of armed forces In
t the Mrs. Roy month with the
haVing York City, representing He Interesting Blanding.
an Camp
Wednesday. gave
< several ot his hogs League was In Beach; Mrs. T. S. G 11 c h r lat, ; the State Defense Council, assistant the capacity of captain In the
IkT rthln the I t Pocket Testament review of the world situation "Thla project authorizes the construction
a a three last Brunswick, Ga.; the late Dr. E. I General .A.I H. Blinding In dental
Bland Ing corps.
Seven of Starke and Camp I today.N. of roads, street. walks,
them had been of Civil Protection
K. the Division I ,
April L. Biggs, and the late Biggs. I
to such week. Beginning Sunday, described the "Dr. McLendon was disqualified fire lanes, etc. and performing
an extent that Alfred She is also survived by a sister, ; was in Starke last week conferring Sternberg
baIr Was elnged 19, he and three others- American Pledge drive by his Initial physical examination appurtenant and Incidental, work.
or oft. Mrs. M. A. McBrlde Jonesboro.N. with A<- J.: Thomas', the new "Every
three of them <" i to fur C. grandchildren arrival
; after his
day and will form a team ever. Shortly "
one Wednellda Lytle- Citizens' Defense Corp ." to encourage the systematic purchase Camp Blanding.
'ey Were burned nish the soldiers at Camp Blan- great grandchildren. of Defense Bonds and at Camp Claiborne, the examining
With hot a Mrs. Biggs was a member of At a meeting of the Bradford he be
New Testament or board ordered that placed
he 'al<1. ding with a Stamps. A large number of Rotarlans Michaux In Accident
forrh0i1' one at
past few a copy of the Gospel of John. Mr. the Methodist Church and was an County Defense Council held In volunteered to aid the on the Inactive duty Hut." ,
weeks. It '
of the
honorary life member its office in the armory Thurs
a1eo that some of them Stephens said Saturday. drive by canvassing the business L. A. Michaux:, resident engineer l-
been Eastern Star. She waa a graduate day night'of' I a sit week. Mr.
inqUired polllOned. He eald he The Pocket Testament League of the Greensboro Woman's College Thomas was unanimously elected district one day this week. Registration Books looking after the City's defense

had all over that ectlon works In connection with the Is at Greensboro. N. C. to that important post. According The Rotary Club Is now meet- Close Tomorrow projects, waa In an automobile .
tound only one American Bible Society J'nd held In the Method recreational accident early Monday mornIng I
re Ihe place Funeral services were to Mr. Thomas, there la no conflict Ing
been, people IIld hla hog, I I similar to the GIdeona and other Thu.,day afternoon at 3 o'clockIn between the "Citizens' Defense building and the luncheon Is being According to Che books of as he was returning from

not and they said the hogs I organizations which supply the of the residence at Lawtey, with Corps" and the "Defense served by ladles of the church. James F. Holllngsworth, supervisor Miami. He had picked up two '

they bothered anything, nor printed Word of God free the Rev. Herbert Hazzard officiating Council." The Defense Council l.t of Registration for Bradford hitch-hiking college students, and

.. done anything ,to the charge In public places.Mr. assisted by the Rev. O. E. an administrative group, while In Mayor's Court County 277 new voters had waa himself taking a nap In the

Kunz Is executive secretary Cutshaw. I n t erment was in the Defense Corps Is an action registered up to Tuesday noon. rear seat while they were In the

and plays the organ and piano; Crosby Lake Cemetery under the group-denoting training, opera In Mayor's Court this week I "The books will be open until front, when at Eau Gallic the

ontract Awarded Mr. Baehr ia a returned missionary direction of Key Mc-Cabe Funeral tion and execution In an emerg John Shepherd and Lucius May, I midnight Saturday, April 18," he driver failed to make a quick turn

Road from China; while Mr, Lytle Home. ency. both colored, had their $50 cash sold. "They will close at that In the road, and ran into some

261 la also a musician. Pall bearers were her grandsons Under Mr. Thomas.- In case of bonds estreated on a charge of time and will not be open any concrete posts encircling a fire j

Contract Neal Gllchrist. S. C. and and "Juan- more'until after th8 first primary
t 0 bUUd : actual emergency, are the fire possession of whiskey, plug.Mr
:ghway No, 261 defense Mrs. Grady Builds D. B. Harley Bobby Biggs, Fred department, police department ita." also colored, forfeited a $::50 May 5." Mr. Holllngs- Michaux suffered cuts and

Camp Blanding from Starke and E. E. Barthlow, Jr. warden's d 1 v i s lon emergency cash bond for carrying a plato! worth'a office la on the second brulsea about the face and eyes,

on April a l W" award' The Trianon Development Corporation medical division emergency pub Night policemen O. B. l/euders floor of the courthouse. his right eyelid requiring two
OIle Con HE.. Is building for Mrs. T. Esther Marie Lindsey lic works, and emergency utility and Frazier Shaw arrested them stitches, while his eye bos given

8t Au \ MUCtlon and the Company M.: Grady a five-room concrete- service. He Is well qualified for I Saturday night In Reno. Douglas To Speak him considerable trouble, he stat

cLeOd Construction L. B. block residence at 333 North Walnut Esther Marie Lindsey, 5-day- the position having been a first Mary Carney, white woman ed Tuesday. The college boys

Orlando, bidding Company street, the same location from old baby daughter of Mr. and lieutenant in the Army during arrested on a drunk charge In J. Za.cn H. Douglas, Gainesville attorney were not hurt, though the front
ntract jointly. The of Law and candidate for Con- end of the car was badly damaged J
house William L. Lindsey. of South Walnut
price which the large Manassa Mrs World War I and a captain F Rabeck't place on
d Was 37.529.. and Second District and is Mill down there. Mr.
the 11. from the
SaturdaY April and greM
died $10,
Guard. fined
road Is to was moved a week or so ago. tey. Infantry In the National street, was
*> completed shipped to Fort fined $25 for announces that he will speak In Michaux said that the strongest
I) In Working dayw, Thus. Otis Nelson ls superintendent I the body for.was burial. De Witt C. "This Is a new organization set Mr Rabeck was Chief; Starke SEaturday morning at 11 thing that any of them had had
JUly Meade I with her *
one 1azt. of th.. of construction and it is likely I of arrangements. up for an em e I' genC'y. Mr. Interfering o'clock. to drink was coffee.
h'la1ked-of In charge
for Jones was L.. Alvarez stated Wednesday.
IIIPleted. road lIhould be that the house will be ready I Thomas said. A.
15. It
occupancy around May

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fl" bent In history there are high wages and a chance Moore, has en.. .,.?
1 The Bradford County TelegraphIfetabllHluMl for saving in Innumerable lines of work. The "payasyougo" A ROUND YI corps.examinations Jimmie IllS. pa" '
and ,
beat and for those
system Is still the ly for PIIYlz1r

1877AAEABEjR. who pay as they go the one i ound Investment Is With F. R. Carradine I cupied training an import,flu, boy
::4'i t r-ft In our security-through the purchase of U. S. I the Coca-Cola BOI POSllilJl

} .' FLORin\PRESSASSOCJAnON\V\) \ Defense Bonds and Stamps. It la a good form of in Panama City to tllng( C

fi J I jNAnQfALEDITORIALASSCK3AIION'VjL. ( saving, and the Government itself has set an example BKKIIY DEAL KNTKKS AUK WE READY? HEALTH CLINIC and voluntarily gives evenu uplhJ,

: by not making these bonds negotiable. SECOND WKKJC: Sometime ago Dr. M. B. Her- WILL OPERATE HERE lion to serve hIs ':OUntry

q J:. .' Matthew _1- Editor and Owner Defense Bond!! are being paid for In tash, Berry prices, while not as high long was in our town In an We are advised by Dr. MalcolmL. why America win"ous emerge 11
.t "- _- and the purchaser retains cash value in the Bonds, as last week, were uniform bothIn effort to organize a Civilian Ford of the BradfordClayHealth .from all its wars 111

SUBSCRIPTION HATH not to speak of the security and war contribution quality and price. Wednesday Defense Unit complete with a Unit., of the intentions of of men like J1nun\ :* Cod

Yearly, '1.75; Six: Months, '1.00. fhlch the Bonds represent. Their purchase by Individuals offering 1,400 crates with prices first aid station. Officers were the Government t 0 establish a them all.

---- ranging $3.25 to $4.90. Friday appointed and organization clinic In Lawtey for the free .A. 'l\{. Lewis Is I
Is an assurance ? Ta
;.bIbbed- Friday- and Entered a* Seeded associations and corporations saw 1,300 crates on the platform, started with a bang., A first treatment of communicable die- week on business ""I
: I Weekly on that everyone Is contributing. The individual with farmers receiving $3.00 to aid class was started with sufficient eases. This branch of Dr. Ford'a Mrs. Fred S.

1W$ Cl." Matter at the IHmt Office at SWI(*, Fla. buyer need not feel like he Is shouldering 400. Saturday approximately students to complete the clinic will be In operation half a Freddie, of Lake Griffin Walee 'lid

more than his Bhare of the burden. An Investment 1.400 crates were Bold at $3.00 to ambuKtnce and stretcher-bearer day weekly. The exact day to ing Mr. and Mrs Albert are

Of Hoarding In Defense Bonds Is one of our most stable forms $4.15, averaging $3.76 or 10 1-2 corps under R. R. Thede. This be determined later at the discretion Mrs. Carrie Edenf'ieli'' B!

The Fruits of saving today.Millions cents per pint, minus. Mondaysaw class was Instructed by Prof.I of Dr. Ford. Inasmuch as turned from Cross

Hoarding of commodities produces two certain the. season's largest yield B. Cody. Every effort madeto this condition is very prevalent In has) been City \Vb

S reults-hHJh prices and government-en- with 2,000 crates being offered. obtain additional instructors our county, everyone requiring cent Illness.recuperating i troD!

Still Leaving The FarmEven Prices ranging $2.83 lo $4.0O. was met with no succeaa, con- examination or treatment should
rationing.j Mr.
forced the effort to watch, this column for further in- and Mrs. R. T,
In sequently began Slrfc
sold from
touched on Tuesday 2.000 crates
: excellent example of that is the United States can't expect to run were In :MontbronU '1'0 ".
on $3.50 to $4.00. lag right there. formation. -- *-'--"." .h
j recent column Writing food and how to get "food-for!
one of Paul Mallon's Its wars without Then after plans were madeto It Is with regret
$ t* the sugar situation. Mr. Mallon says: "Food authorities freedom" while 1.000000 farm worker are moving MORE BUYERS ARRIVEMr. equip the first aid station, MORE ARMY'FAMILIES vise our readers of t lbe,,'

,. ,4 ., ,1 have counted up sugar stocks and conclude Into the armed forces and war Industries has and Mrs. Jack Grady are we ran into another snag. Be- ARRIVE HERE of some of our oldest

these are sufficient lo furnish 99 pounds to everyone been disturbing Washington and Its officials. among the latest arrivals of the ing under the impression that This week finds the following beloved citizens. Among and

In this country this year. The average consumption So what's to be done about It? A coordinatedplan strawberry fraternity. Mr. Grady our station was to be equipped military men with their families stricken recently are Mr, I

for eight years from 1932 to 1940, was la being worked out and sent to the House Is In charge of transportation for according to the regulations of arriving in Lawtey: Mrs. Chas. Dlnklns., M. n.
four the firm of Hartman & Manahan. Lt. and Mrs. Ivan C. Carlisle mer and Mrs.
I t 4 103 pounds ao the amount available Is only Committee by Claude R. Wickard. the American Red Cross, we Stella R. Ca
normal Agricultural This firm employs a large fleet naturally delayed this' until we and daughter, Barbara. These Mr. Dinkins is Improving ,
t:4 pounds less than 99 pound Secretary of Agriculture. Tills progress report of refrigerated trucks for the purpose were Instructed asto these re- food people come to Florida, from we are happy to report. M)
will get your and
"But whether you almost follows a recommendation by Brig. Gen. Lewis of transporting Lawtey berries quirements. Today we have Taylor, Texas. A c c o mpanylng Dlnkina Is also slowly
While stocks are tap
thin year. l hi a question Is B. Hershey draft director, that demanded In the to northern markets. been told by Dr. Herlong that Lt. and Mrs. Carlisle and residIng Mr. Plummer was stricken
: SAW, adequate, boarding continues. Rationing be- election of farm worker-registrants food produc- Among tile: berry buyers returning our station la to be equipped at with them, is Lt. Carlisle's day night and Is now ai

K j Inevitable, solely because of demand and not tion be put on a parity with military services. this year are Messrs. our discretion and as well an. mother, Mrs. C. C. Carlisle, from side Hospital. We are adv

p Pa cause of Inadequate eupplY.r ." Secretary Wickard took up the matter and Wayne Bailey, Tommy Cardia, our means will allow. At this Dallas. Is doing fairly well. Mt'.

In short, those who hoarded sugar brought the Department's state and Ben Hartman and Sud Emerson. time we have approximately Lt. and Mra. Van Hook and radlne was sent to Jackson, i
: the rationing program on thenwelves and all other boards to make available to local Se- Also the popular Mr. Sam Den- $110( -$100 given to the town daughter, Betty, arriving this and is 'being hospitalized t1
And the hoarders will not even be county war nis. by the county commissioners week from Brownwood, Texas. brother's sanatorium.
t stocks lective Service agencies Information on agricultural and $10 raised at of the We understand that they while Mrs.
Individually benefited by their abnormal In re-introducing our old and one !! W. H. Edwards
will production requirements and the availability of ladies civic club meetings. This hailing immediately from Texas, 'Jacksonville w
when get your sugar ration card, tickets Introducing our new friends, the Saturday VIsiting
be removed you to compensate for whatever excess needed manpower to assist them in the proper berry buyers we want to apologize Is a fair starter but we need are really good old Georgia folks. atives. '

classification of farm workers. to everybody's favorite HarJ'YAnother more. The means of raising Mrs. Annie
have on hand. Extremely severe CIVILIAN RESIDENTSON Lou Godwin,
upply you i
?t criminal penalties are provided for fraudulent declarations. When the American people begin to feel the ( Nickle) C. Trultt. We additional funds will be work- TilE INCREASEThis ; Caro' T. Chandler and Henry
1 are told that we did not give ed out at the next meeting.As win of
pangs of hunger, they will realize that something week we want to Intro- Starke were In La
Harry his!! just dues In last week's to an air raid system:
the critical of duce Friday night
The beat advice any consumer can take la must be done to remedy shortage column. We take this opportunity Possibly this column ,is an some of the new civilians Criffls.'It visiting Mrs .
labor. living in our little
this: "Buy normaUy-don't purchase In excessive to both apologize to and to alarmist, but when our Govern- community.
; I- quantities-don't hoard." The retail stOrM of this welcome a man who has won the ment tells us that the United Below Is the listing ofas many has Just been reported |

; country led by the large systems, are preaching There Seems To Be No ChoiceSome hearts of the farmer by his Unfailing States will be subjected to as we to have been able to compile Misses Jo Ellen Woolen
up press time: (In time we
that doctrine now.! It Is an essential protection good nature and his complete bombing, we believe it. For to Linda Rebecca Carradine.

'::1 again inflation and shortage of necessities. Your Congressmen shudder at the mentionof knowledge of the berry bu 1- that very good reason we are hope have all the pleasure of big just beyond the went llm.,

can be certain that free competition in manufacturing a sales tax because they believe\ It Is "politi ness. It Is our sincere wish that anxious to place into operationas coders resenting and welcoming newcomers these to our Boomtown, Camp Standing,j

at the cally dangerous." Even so, Congress may yet discover Harry will return to us for many quickly as possible an air new well on the road to recovery
and merchandising will keep prices arrivals to
:r that necessity will dictate the adoption of more years.SUMMER raid system. If it is impossible Lawtey. a siege of measles. We share!
widest distribution
lowest level-and make possible the Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Howard these
the two
secure cooperationof ladies
of sales tax nol- their]
some sort political expediency and son Kenneth
of goods' of all kinds. IS IIKKK: the Churches in using the formerly o f treme sorrow in having to
withstanding. "Politics as usual" may be finally The surest lgn that summer la Jacksonville, have taken up their
belt of one church as the air several days of school (N
forced war necessity to take a back Beat residence here.
by here: Mr. Howard Is
raid alarm then we shall be You have the Consolation
For Your
Use Money
A 1 Better At the present time, Italians are permitted Strawberry truck drivers sprawled most grateful if someone will manager of the Starke Coca-Cola knowing there will not be il

,. Still one of the most persistent single worrieain Impossible to substantially increase revenue from on the grass, sunning. advise us Just how to raise' the Bottling plant. currence girls),

,. ', the life of the Individual despite the war, Is taxes on businesses and Individual Incomes, with Pretty pink dresses. strolling cost of an air raid alarm sys- Mr. and Mrs.! Allan Roth, daughter -I Miss Betty Brlghtwell of J jJBonvllle
Cell and Kenneth
around town with prettier girls In are
personal debt. out endangering the very existence of the economic tem.The was the week-end a
4 them with residents of Lawtey. Mr. Roth
in their
1 I hands.
World War I was probably more responsible and social system we are fighting to defendin very good suggestion to the HI Hat of Mr. and Mrs. Louis H B,\
operates Tavern in
Sud Emerson
berry buyer, on utilize the church bell
than anything else In Introducing Installment buy- every corner of the world. When that point Is came to
: a beautiful paddle horse single- us from one of our good ladles Starke. Residing with this fam- in CIWCVIT roiHT. BIUD
Ing. It produced great convenience for the individual the only solution, bitter as the pill may be for footing with the precision of a in Lawtey and we thought it an ly, and associated in business CKHV.COUNTY, FLOltlUAl. lC

: but, according to economist Roger Baboon votehungry'politicians to swallow. Rockette. (The horse, not Sud). excellent Idea, as well as a with Mr. Roth, Is Morris Minerof Albert H. Mrrr, Plaintiff,1

; produced Ita full share of depression misery Art Meyer, another buyer of moat economical manner of ad- Daytona Dcac. Mary 19S4. Mercer. Defendant. Cut I

., and, he points out, there Is a great deal of difference Unln Has Already LostOne berries, talking long and loud vising our citizens of an Impending Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ballot and ORDER OF prnucATtov

between a government going Into debt and an about the St. Louis Cardinals and air raid. The servicesof Mrs. Bellots' mother, Mrs. A. M STATE AND NOTICH OF FLORIDA TO APPEA lo: I

; Individual getting into debt. The individual, aftert' country has certainly lost the war. That the Yankees. all civilians engaged in civil Brown. These nice people have Mercer whose udclrem li A

lie has spent all his money has no recourse of country Is Italy. Late reports indicate she Newcomers inquiring where defense la an unselfish effort, resided in Lawtey for some Georgia.are required to tppnil

printing new money such as a government has. reached, a sales tax, which will be paid by all, Is they could go swimming. by those who are not In the months and come here from :I MaOrth., 1942. In the above nil:

,, I The Individual, by buying in installments, not amounts to little more than a German province.We Monday morners not complaining armed service to do their bit. Perry. Court...ek -",and divorce cause from, wherein Vary, 'pliuf..]
about'hangovers. This beautiful Mr. and Mrs.' R. T. Strickland
While have Bradford
we no intention to County Telegraph
only puts a mortgage on himself-he is at the are reaching the where It will be '
point Florida sunshine Is a won- either criticize or are now residing in Lawtey. They publish this Order In nut

t aame time tempted to purchase things he really11it but 3 1.2 ounces!! of meat a week\ 1-5: of a pint of derful panacea for all ailments. anyone for not agreeing antagonize with us hail from Montbrook. weekly WitneM luuei.my hand 81:1: : DWeil!

does not need, to upend beyond his purse. A good milk a day and 2 1-2 ounces of butter a month. Kids waiting for the school bus Jn this, reluctance Is secondary Mrs. Carrie Edenfield Is one of .t Starke,'' Florida, this Marcoi!"

many citizens even In the hard times promised for Even oil, basis of Italian cooking is limited to getting happier day by day as the ;to our desire lo complete our our newer residents and Is from 1(OFFICTAt.42. SEAL) A. J. 'Tho

us. will be a long time In learning the evils of the half-a-plnt per person monthly. Mussolini's German end of the grind nears. defence" effort. If the churches Cross City. As Clerk of said Court. 8-27 tlj
E. K. for Pit
Installment plan. And an equal number oft, per- friends are literally bleeding the country The sale of fishing!! hooks and are not to be used for the pos It is a pleasure to welcome Perryman Atty.

ons will continue to buy new things despite unpaid white of foodstuffs and other supplies. ten cent lines picking up. sible saving 'of the lives of our these good people to our little RE-ELECT

present obligations. < citizens then let some financial city.
what Mussolini thinks 'of hU
But even In these tlmen which are not the Hitler, now? pal Rev. Herbert Hazzard, pastor. genius come forward with the Congratulations to Little Miss LEX GREEN !

Morning Worship at 11:30.: Sub- suggestion as to the raising of Barbara Carlisle daughter of Lt.

( ject "Rapid Spread of Christi money to install aome other and Mrs. Ivan C. Carlisle, on her

Iii Brooker BrevitiesIly Farm Saturday afternoon. anity." system. The fact remains that first birthday March 31. May

Harry and Harold Sapp of Evening Worship at 8. Sermonby some system is considered nec- each succeeding one be happier IC '

Jacksonville were visiting their Rev. H. Carter Hardin, District essary by our War Department.A than the last, little lady. '

Mr KMon: Hardy IIItlDUK CLUB mother, Mra. Nora Sapp, 1 a a t Superintendent. After the the meeting will be held at We are advised that Coleman __%,. s

Mrs. E. J. weekend.Mr. service Dr. Hardin will\ hold the school house Tuesday Phllllpo, young son of Mr. and .4 -
BOKDKR: RIDERS Hazen, was hostess night, April 21, at 8 o'clock to
to the Weekly and Mrs. Gordon Crews Fourth Conference.The Mrs. O. J. Phillips, is seriously ill I
: Bridge Club Thurs- dlscuaa
Monday night 20. the means of raising rw4y
April necessary
visiting Bible School will meet at at St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack-
day afternoon at her home. were relatives in Alachua
,, "Ilorder Rlderp" from Station funds the air raid
10:30: a. system
sonville. We trust this little fellow
WRUP, Gainesville, wUl appear Assorted spring flowers were Sunday.Mr. m.'v and manner of using the alarm' will be
soon restored to good
.. upon the stage of the Brooker tastefully arranged In the living' and Mrs. Dock Thomas of Lacy Futch of'Jacksonville\ was system, the gathering of bed- health.

chool. The show Is being sponsored room where the tables were plac- In Lawtev Sunrtnv vlHlHrnr. hi. ding, clothes and hospital supplies .
ed. Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Alice Jones of Miami Is
Mrs. R. E. Hazen held high Mr. S l lFut h: that
by the Brooker Baseball and Alice Thomas and family Sunday. parents and Mrs. can be donated by vIf 1 ting friends here this week.

team. which Is being organized. Mrs. was V. V.awarded Hazen held a traoh can, Mi .es Lucille and Mabel Greenof AncU Futch, an Inductee a t our residents. Please make arrangements Albert Jennings of Jacksonville,
This Is the first and Blending, October 1941, Is to attend this
appearance of was given a match holder. Hampton were visiting Mr. and spending formerly of Lawtey, was here
the Border Riders In Brooker. Mrs. Hazen Mrs. C. C. Dees Sunday.Mr. his furlough with1 his parents meeting together with your Wednesday visiting; friends.
feature served her guests Mr. and Mrs. SUas Futch. Ideas and suggestions. This
They "Pee Wee" Jenkins banana pudding and coffee. and Mrs. R. E. Hazen and Mrs. Betty Redd of Macon. Ga.,
Freddie Ancll Is In the Air Corps and la la not a one man job. Let's all
Hayes and other
: ': good children were visiting Mr. and U visiting Mr.. and Mrs. O. J. CONGRESSMASTATE
4 stationed run it together.
entertainers. Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. Mrs. Ivan Hazen In Jacksonville Spence Field, Moul- Phillips.We .

# Everyone Is Invited to attend James Cason spent Friday in Sunday.M. trio, Ga. Another boy Lawtey Is Respectfully, are told today that JamesT. a .AT LARGI
and In Gainesville.Mr. proud to call Its own. F. R. Carradine, Af I If
help organizing our bane- I .'. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and Vice-Chairman Moore, son of Mrs. Loulebelle DIMOCBATIC PRIMARY
boll team thus causing the entertainers and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and daughter and Mrs. Charles Hardy, Will H. Edwards of Jacksonville Council Civil Defense

;4we to realize they were son of Hampton Lake spent Sun- Sr., of Gainesville were visitingMr. spent, Sunday with' his famIly Lawtey. -

welcomed and see for themselves day here with Mr. and Mrs. E. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy' Mon here. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Riddle of ;
Prom where I
that Ilrooker la a big little town. M. Hazen. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Redgrave Jacksonville were here Sunday sit. .

.t;.ci ::1 (THICKEN SUIM'KIt SUCCESS Mr. and Mrs. Mel Vickery of day.Mr.. and Mrs. Morgan Tllgh- and daughter Cherie Page, were visiting relatives.Mr. .

;i Gainesville were visiting Mr. and friends and relatives In Jacksonville\ for the week-end. and Mr O. Z. i -
:. The ladles of the rocker Sew- Mrs. man are visiting Robert Parish of Jacksonville Wiggins of _
Earl Green Is
Wednesday aft- In Oakland Miss. for Jacksonville In '
ing club and wives of an were Lawtey Sun-
membersof visiting his sister, Mrs. O. J. 1
i'. ernoon. of Anders day visiting Mrs. .by Joe Marsh
:. the Masonic Club were very Indefinite length time. for an Indefinite Wiggins' parents -
(b successful with their chicken Mrs. Roy Green spent the first Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and stay. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wilk.
: sup of last week In Melrose Mr. and Mrs. 'D. W.. Moore: and eraon.
per Saturday night given to raise with her daughter. Miss Minnie. Lou Hazen, 'daughters
4wi, fund to mother, Mrs. O. E. McGauley. Betty and Carolyn, Sailor
relatives In Gainesville
complete construction of were visiting Billy Marks Martin
The Brooker Civic Center." Friends of .Mrs. McGauley will be Sunday. Miss Hazen remained were In Lawtey for the week-end nephew'ot.J.. P. Wyrick RUMMAGING through my'desk the I thought about that again U
glad to know she l I.., improving.Mr. visiting Mr. Moore's parents, Mr. to has returned other day,I came across some snapshot other day.'I decided to check |
The ladles for a visit with her aunt service after
of both clube wish to spending
and Mrs. J. H. Moore. of friends of mine made hack: and find out.
thank Mrs. Guy Pin bolster and uncle. several days with.
each and every one for Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. in -
C. B. Allen 1933. plenty:
:? helping make the supper a suc and children of Jacksonville were Mra. Frank Feagle and daughter was in Lawtey Bushnell Wyrick. This young man is from Well, I found out

.1 cess.; A total of $26 was cleared. visiting his mother, Mrs. Rosa Jaunlta, and Mra. L. W. Mr. and Mrs. Chaa Sunday Dlnkina.visiting ,, Crab Orchard, Tenn. If yon don't think time flies found out that legal beer hw H

.r., Another. such occasion Is being Plnholster, Sunday. Markey spent Thursday in Gaines- Mrs. Eunice Cotton Miss Bessie Terry of Jackson It you don't think: this world ever more than 3 billion dollars in t

planned to help furnish the kit -
chen and finishing touches to the cnuaren or Gainesville were visiting were In Lawtey parents,Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. the women's hats and dresses In a million new jobs.According .
building. Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Crews and visiting the Mrs. Frank Wehrl of tho picture. taken 9 year ago I reH
Boy Scouts Welcome parents) of Mrs. Cotton and Mrs. Thomas- to one of the
f Those. serving were: Mrs. S. E. son Donald. Sunday. I Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dinkins. ton, Conn., is here visiting her ,Wow 1 I've seen, beer has put more *

i I Rltch. Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mrs. K. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of New MembersBoy Mr. and Mrs. John Teston of son and daughter-in-law, Lt. and S S SIt 15 biUion dollars into general DU

C. Long. Mrs. C. A. Crosby Mrs. Starke were visiting Mr. and Jacksonville spent Sunday In Law- Mrs. Armin Wehrle. gave me quite a start and ness circulation. Goodness
Mra. M.
O. B. Col.ton. Mrs. I. W. Pin- M. Hazen and Mrs. John Scout Troop 70 met Tues tey with Mrs. Ernest then IV set
Cone the relatives and friends. B. Hewitt, and me to thinking. :and that's a lot of money.
weekend.Mr. .
holster, Mrs. B. V. Hazen. day night in the Episcopal rec Mrs. Lois I young daughter. remembern'I
Mrs. Galloway of EarnM.. i.f.' Lots of things sure
1 F. W. and Mrs. I... A. Mott and tory. The meeting was openedwith Searcy,
Markey and Mrs, J. K. children of ArK.. M in Lawtey for a indefinite for their home"I n- Tallahassee happened in 1933. A new administration S C .
fIi Douglas.Mr. < High Springs were I the Flag Salute and Scout
visiting Mrs. visit with her parents, Mr. and this morning after several weeks'visit in Washington the ltal
Matt Sunday. Oath and Laws. Inspection of Mrs. Chas. with Beer Is sold today in every
Dlnkins. Hewitt's turning point of the
I I I depression
and Mrs. S. E.: filch and Mrs. Lula Mott of Starke was patrols was held and the follow- parents, state benei
Mr. and In the Union.
Mr. Mrs. Arlie and the coming of Every
and Mrs. Dobbs. RepeaLS
ii..II4 on. Gene, were dinner guests of visiting friend here Friday ing scores announced: Wolf, 93 Ray Dlnktna of from beer's and taea.guess ,
,. Sgt. and V. V. Hazen Macclenny spent Sunday Mrs. T. S. Cilchrlst of i :
Mrs. Chaa. K. Mitchell of Ocala spent the percent; Mohican 90 percent; with rel Bruns S S there's denying that
Sunday at Penney Farms. week-end with hla family. Hat 90 percent; Panther 75 per atives here.Keeffee wick, Ga.. and D. C. Biggs of did do Its share no in bringm,

''v: Mr.. and Mrs. Kill Nicholea and i Corp. Bob Long of Ft. Bennlng, B. (Ironhead) Harrell Hastings, were called here be- I remember the re-legalization of
n.. :. :Miss Madeline Crosby, were visit- I Ga., spent the week-end with hU cent.A Court of Review waa held was in Lawtey Sunday visiting cause of the serious Illness,: of beer. It came before Repeal. when times.

:.: ing Url Rotiwell Noegel in Starke parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. and Billy Smith. Billy McCall. Harrell his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. their mother, Mrs. W H. Biggs. Congress amended the old Vol I'm glad it did. too, bef aote

;p: Friday. I Long. Herbert Prince Ralph Alvarez Sr. 'Ironhead' acquired Mrs. Alice Lee ppent Sunday In stead Act to allow legal sale of Is such a pleasant. appetizingerage. I*

4 Mr. and Mrs. Mac Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crosby and I and Kenneth Grider were welcomed this football Worn de guerre' during his Lake City with her brother W. F. "3,%" beer. .And it stands for lI10derall' .

.I : children of Jacksonville were children of Jacksonville were into the troop as Tenderfoot because of days his at old Bradford HI I Wells who is a patient In the What "talk and arguments they and moderate people "'

4 visiting M,.. and(I Mrs. H. P.I I.visiting last week-end.Mr. and Mrs. Lee Galney I, members. Jerome Johns Wallace hie head as propensity a for usIng Veteran's Hospital. had in those days! One argument I likely to get you in trouble-
4 Calney and children Cooley and Elton Powell battering ram. Mrs. Annette Levi remember
Sunday. Mr. were advanced To date mother of well was that beer
.ri Mrs. Cephas. Harrell anti son Baldwin and Mrs. Grady, Baxter of to the rank of Second to even nothing dent this has been known Mrs. Allan Roth, Is residing In would do a lot to help bring back
were concrete
.. Jame ,. of Hampton Lake and LewU Sunday. visiting Mrs. Rob Class and Steve Weldon. First nium. It is rumored that cra Lawtey at this time. She Is prosperity. I wondered at the time '7/ttJL
}:ii Mrs. Joe Ray Harris of Jacksonville Mr, and Mrs. R. Class, was awarded a merit badge head is Joining the from New York. whether that argument could be 80e:
E. Hazen and In Navy aa a Mr. and
.I. l ::4 were visiting friends here children Safety. The meeting was closed specialist (L Mrs. Bill Plummer were proved.
were e. usinghl8
guests of head
Mr. and with thti Scout ua in Jacksonville
Saturday afternoon. Benediction.Lyle Sunday to' see Mr.
Mrs. R. D. Fisher at the battering ram on submarines to
t.i? I Anderson. reporter. save torpedoes.) Riverside Flummer'a father, who Is HI at

HospitaL No. 3C of a Series Copyright, 1942 Bracing InJiutrj TPAGE






Iffldford High School Journal'I Florida State Farm News : I .

I Ily E. K. Uomleritiunr.K MMUNITY: CLl'llTho : '

n.rn I regular meeting of the

Mrs. L, A Wiggins entertainedthe club was held Tuesday afternoon.No .

Thursday: Bridge Club last' special business was attended '
Exercises Plans Announced week. Spring flowers were used II to as there wan not u quorum
Cl I
Mrs. O. W. l'artneyand
In profusion In the living room present.
and dining room. Mrs Partney I Mrs. L. A. Shepherd served dell-

BACCALAUREATE won high score and Mrs. Godwin clous* sandwiches) and tea.
I It's A Real Thrill I bingo A salmi course and Mr. nnd Mrs. S. L. Turner of

na11tsT The annual Baccalaureate Sermon processional while our distinguish. seniors and is second In Import- To See Them Build I coffee were served by the hostess. Rochello visited Mr. and Mra.. J.O. .

p.tS OF will be' delivered Sunday ed seniors march down the aisle. ance only to graduation Itself. It Prizes were Defense Stamps. Randall Sr., Sunday.

tS": night, April 19. at eight o'clock. The Rev. G. C. Powell will give has been the custom for them to .The New B. H. S. DKKKNSK: nOSH 1'I.KIKJKS Mm. John Tutt. Mrs. M. U.KoytlireM .

everyone of us, stu- The scene of this occasion Is the I the> invocation, and the Rev. Charles don caps and gowns for the first Mrs. J. C Wallace and MI'''. P.n Mra. Pete Brinson and

and School have local Baptist church. Throughoutthe H. Allen the scripture and time to attend this Inspiring and It has not been no very long Fancher delegated by the Sonny Brlnaon, all of Macclenny.!
of Bradford history of our school! It has ago ((0. just a few weeks 11
which to bring prayer. A vocal duet will be sacred service. It Is a big thingIn Union County "Buy a Boml" com were Sunday guests of Mr. and
week in been the custom for a local minIster :seems) that I came to school one
r. mittee, lire meeting with excellent Mrs. J. B. Whltfleld. ,
4142"of by Mrs, A. Z. Adkins and the life of senior and an
School Year to deliver the sermon, and sung every morning and found men in the ,
-me The first afternoonof
success. i
Ip ,afe harbor the next thla year the Rev. A. E. Light- Mrs. E. L. Blgga.Baccalaureate interesting event in the eyes of back of the school fastening long their canvass they procured Mr. and Mm. L. A. Wiggins ,;
Mrs. H. B. -
e visited Mr. and Wiggins
bave been bite of little In
to the
will be the string posts
Our captains foot principle speaker. sermon Is something everyone. signatures for over $400 per '
nd[ understanding.(, The witheg y Mrs. L. A. Canova will play the that Is long awaited by the -I. L. D. 'ground. They looked like they month from residents here. Mrs.at A.Hampton M. Rlcharde Saturday., Mra W. 1" ,
and struggled were playing some game but I
corked a lesson staying I they weren't Instead they were Mr. G C. Richardson and B. Malone and Mrs J. W. Bradley -

over I help us, and have I DEAN WALTER J. MATHERLY TO ADDRESS GRADUATESThe I blocking off our wonderful new children, Botavla and Frederick, attended the all-day meeting
be.1 In Starke. Friday, of the Jacksonville -
Apathetic when we fell school building. Several days have returned to Crescent City ,
reason. Some offf i long awaited day ia about est senior classes! in recent years the recessional the graduate later and the dirt had been turned while Mr. Richardson went to Division of Florida '

awarded a good 1 them with honest'wd : to arrive when our distinguished but the same old spirit and cour- seniors will march out. back. Then the other morn- Columbus, Ga., on business.Mr. Woman's Missionary Union, a f I
I Church.'I
good work. while oth-, seniors march down the aisle to ageous attitude is still there. Among those anticipating graduation Ing I went. to look again and,- and Mrs. Cail Beck and the Baptist
have been indifferent' receive their rewards for 12 long Dean Matherly from the college are: why my goodness-red bricks al!- daughter, Jean of Panama City Elite Fancher and A T. Teter- t

us In our work. Never- yearn of work. Graduation is a of Business Administrationat Eugene Beam Daddy Davis. ready I was walking around in spent Wednesday with Mr. and Ian of Cleveland visiting Mr and t

gging have given their full great day In the life of every sen the University of Florida will Ovid Futch, Clifton Hayes Douglas a little trance 'til someone told me Mrs. J 0 Randall. Mrs. P. D. Fancber, are enrouteto
they effort to bring us to our ior. He feels that now, at last deliver the principal address.! He Hazen Joe ,Lander. Freeman they had already laid the foundation Miami and will return here In :
ud Mrs. W. W. Fish and children,
Md teach us the ropes. he 1st! receiving part payment for Is a well known speaker and an Register, David Shuford, Lawton for all those big new build- Sandra and Judith Ann, of Jacksonville a few days.
preparing to give his long endeavoring. This year Important figure In the business Youngblood Jacqueline Andrews, Ings. Then during class some- visiting' Mrs Fish's Mr. and Mrs. 3. G. Godwin, ,
r they are which we must Is no exception. Forty odd boys and educational fields. Carrie Belle Bennett Doris Dyal, one started a rat-ta-tat and blnr- are Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ran Mra. M. B. Grainger, Dr. and I

final tests while they stand by and girls will step forward Thursday The processional will be playedby Dorothy Griffla, Hilda Hapklns, bing-bing right out aide! our windows dall.parents, Mra. J. O. Hembree Mrs. I. I...
alone safely night. April 23, and answer the B. H. S. Band and the Rev. Madeline Lecln, Shirley Morgan. and soon there was a board Robinson and Mr. It. L. Parkerare
nch We will steer waves their 'challenge to the world. Fred Yerkes will give the Invoca- Sylvia Morse, Josephine McNeal, just waving around In the air Mr.. and Mrs. M. E. Grlnor hada in Jacksonville today.SAMPSON h. :

he reefs and angry self-satls- Their basic years of education are tion. Mr. S. E. Sparks has Dorothy Norman Jewetl Reddish O, yes light dawned after a series week-end visit In Orlando and t

calm harbor wreck of our boat over. Some may go to college charge of distributing the junior 'Beitice Silcox, J. 10:. Denmark, of other boards, ropes and men. Apopka with Mr. and Mm. M. M. CITY
| will
,or we of Inattentlveneas and others may not but the years high certificates to the ninth Othma Haynes, Enon Hayes Lester They were building one of thosethings Relneu and Miss Fay Uclneu. fly MI'!'. H. E. Jones ,i
e rocks lack of atudy.I where they have the happiest grade graduates, and Dr. W. K. McMillan Ralph Nettles, Leonard that men stand on while Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher I .

,56ne8S, and If we ar- memories will be attributed to Middleton, our superintendent of Smith, Louie Lee Walnwrlght.Irettu :' they wash windows--a scaffold; spent Saturday and Sunday with ,I Kenneth Thomas of Starke was I

I no alternative.will have a pleas- their high school days. It was! public Instruction will presentthe Brannen, Claudia Brown but our windows weren't dirty! i Mr. and Mr! FI'e.1 Miller In calling on relatives here on Boater

,afely we of summer vaca- there that they grew made diplomas to the graduates. Dorothy Green Juanila Kalch So, of course, I stuck my head 'Perry.. Sunday. It belnK his birthday -

ore leave return to higher friends, and studied We are; There are several medals and I Darrah Johns, Bertha Loper, out the,window and--say are they Mrs. J. O. Randall visited her he said ,he wanted to visit
efore we boat "School Year proud of our seniors and know awards that will also be presented Margie Mathews, Cleo Norman, going to tear the school building sister, Mis. Maud Johnson, at the place where he was born.
.r n on embark again on an- that they will go out Into this at this time. Father Thomas) Velma Norman, Mae Parker, down right over our heads ? Plastering Worthington Springs Monday. Mra. Louise Norman Kite and '

to If we fall we must world and make worthy citizens. Murphy will give the benedictionand Patsy Roberts, Geraldine Silcox, and bricks which came fly- :Mrs.: II. W. Ross and little children of Wildwood were vlslt- I

|I over ica. again and none of us Perhaps this Is one of the small- at the strike of the chord of Marjorie Thompson. I Ing past, made me duck my head grandson, Jimmie Cole, after Ing friends here this week.
like a turtle. Hum, those teach-
with Mr.
spending some and
to do that Mr. and Mrs. Mln hew i '
i ers always did tell us not to hang I Mrs. W R. Holmew, have
be harbinger Model Planes Senior Cla'ss History and daughter, Julia, were dinner
not wish to a Senior Biographies out the windows. Well, anyway to Jacksonville to reside. ,
gone > of Mr. and Mrs. K. D '
II 1 tidings, but would prefera from a safer poult. (Ion I continued Hershfleldof guests ;
Will Serve Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
bearer'of good.news.. Well :: On September 4, 1930, a draft Jones SundAy ,
JOSEPIIINK McNKAL. my startling investigation. Aftera New York City are visiting;
|w that some are sailing on Useful Purpose board, composed of Miss Olive little trip to the office I learned MI' and Mrs. n. Hershfleld. Mr. and Mra. David Kelly spent
in waters with study and On beautiful autumn day In I the day Sunday with Mr. anti
a Elizabeth Ray" 'net the late S. S. that the smoke stuck wits com Mrs. Richard Prince Is very ill
fence behind them. Theyput born to Mr. All America high school Mrs. Lent Brown. ;
1922 baby girl was over
a ing down from over our heads and "
Dowllng. inducted thirty new recruits at the home of her daughter. Mrs.
[ their shoulders to the and Mrs. J. H. McNeal of Hell- I students are making model airplanes Into "Fort n. H. S." The the boiler room was coming out Drlggers, In Jacksonville.A Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Thomas and i I

and fought against the bi-onn. The date of this event I for the government. The from under our feet On the number of our citizens nre Ill, daughters of Palatku were visiting .
and when the days were was September 26. models to be used by thearray thirty draftees were placed directly ground floor below our windowsthe suffering pprtng attacks of the relatives here Sunday. '
land the sky clear they have! Josephine didn't live at Hell- are on the battle-front, and I new boiler room is to be built. Mr. and I Mrs. W. H. Smith

I vast pleasures with their bronn very long for she soon and navy in training pilots only ten have survived to be honorably Very Interesting watching thin flu.Mr.. und Mm Paul McLt>ndnn made a bu.ln..att trip to Jacksonville i C!

But there are those who moved to Brooker.. She started! and gunners. Civilian defense air discharged sometime next construction I and--dear me am I and baby and Mrs. Clementine thin week I:

enjoyed vast pleasures, per- her school career at Brooker and wardens will also use them to April. The other twenty have seeing mirages or, have they put McLemion spent Friday with relatives L. B. Harper of Hampton visited I :
I When their ship was runin continued there until she finishedthe learn the size of various planes been transferred to other companies up the frame work since my last In Gainesville. hla sinter, Mrs. Louise Vitrneav. .

heavy fog they saw ml- seventh grade. She then when Been from a distance. The I or dropped because of look? Believe me nobody is wasting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace attended Saturday. "\ 1
of green shores toward moved to New River and entered models are better than printed their incapability. Tho ten who time around here. church and visited relatives Howard Brown went to Jacksonville .
they were sailing. Nowihe school. She lived at New River sheets! because they can be studied started their own company are: 'Catherine Nollman, In Jacksonville Sundny. Monday to work In the I ;

mirages have been shat- for a year and then moved back at any angle. Gunners use Dot Green, Bertlce Silcox, Jacq J. O. Randall, Jr., and family\ school of welding for defense. I \
they are beginning toile to Brooker, where she now liven. the model In learning to estimate Andrews, Geraldine Silcox Dorothy Eighth Grade News after a week's visit here. returned The farmer here are very busy t !! I II

and to run out of fingers Josephine never went to school at a plane's distance nnd its Griffis, Freeman Register to Jacksonville Monday I planting. They have had lots of, :

they count the things they Brooker but started school here speed! They are built on the Leonard Smith Othma Haynes, 8-A NI'WS-: Mrs. M. H. Grainger of Hello I trouble getting things to come up I I\ L Las

know. It Is mostly to them when she was In the ninth grade.It scale of 1" to 72" of a real plane Knos Hayes, Frank Crews, and Wo lire getting ready for our Glade i U visiting/ Mrs. J. O. God the spring baa been so wet1 I < ,'
I my; although it Is truly can be truthfully said of her and when they are placed 32 feet Selma Thornton (McCull)I. exams. Some students are goingto win. They visited the former's and cold. t I II I

that you cannot learn a that she has lived all over 13rud- away they look like u real plane Duilng the second year of their have the privilege of stayingIn Mon Walter, at Hollo's school yes-I I Cella Jones anti Howard Cooper \ ., I l'' t

s work the night before the ford County flying 1-2 mile from the ground.In enlistment, Care Kelt Bennett the eighth grade next year,' ten In y and shopped tn Jackson visited the farm colony near I '
1on', forget the senior's:motA. under the their ranks and received artificial Galncsvlllo Saturday :
of Josephines' likes are: Bradford High, Coker, joined We have taken up ville.
winner never" quits and a movies.Some people, school, and above direction of Mr. Sponholtz, we K. P the first day. respiration flrstule'und'- have |I ------"ccc_? ;'cc='...=.,........=...,."=.,.,,cPc5c2c?! I

T never wins. Instead, for- all she likes farm life. She really have changed the "lab" Into a In the third year of their en. enjoyed, it greatly. .. .

w discouraged you are get loves the outdoors. This senior work fliop and have over 30 boys lUtment, J. K. Denmark, Shirley Wo handed In our last book report FUNERAL DIRECTOR m
i those books and rememberthe working. We have completed 15 Pollet Buck McMillan, Makes It INWHll.ln for M" lo Render "
of I
was unable to think anything/ Morgan for Knglish today.In My Many Venue p"rl"R1""* '
era ask questions which the 'that she disliked, because! she planes and hope to have the others and Joe Allen Lander were transferred history class Mr. Futch hoi KFFIOK.Vr' I'KOMIT anil C'OURTKOt'S: HK.UMfKMOIU.KATK

during to : review week makea the best of everything. finished before school ends. to this regiment from distant suggested that we study about IMllOKtt:
very apt pop up during The government furnishes the and scattered posts, not to ofreview I
few minutes
week. Put little elgns in When Josephine finishes school I Florida after n HeWITT C. JONESMlurko
but to
which Include
to visit! plans for these planes Improve our company, day. ,
beail that will direct infor- she In going to Tampa every Florida
American. J a three' R's and to partake -
English, p learn their
n to time for a few left In our
the brain rather1than and have a good that the We have some money !!
he other ear. months. After her vacation Is anese, Russian, and Italian. :Mont of the hardships treasury but we haven't decided
back und Is of the boys. who started making old fort was generously handing \
Is coming It at the prewnt.Dorothy
over she what to do with
yway to all
the of you "Goodon going to go to Jacksonville and these models did not know a thing/ out. _. Molt W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR
examinations and about them, but since they have the slow but sure piog- .
V tailing." secure a business job already During F. H. A. LOANS
for her. Best of luck I been making/ them fOI' quite a rem, they welcomed D a r r a li 8-1) NK\VH!
-Cathailne Nollman. while we hope to progress much Johns Elder and Odell Jones In Our homo room went on a picnic We want the listing on your property I

Josephine faster. We are pure that all the the fourth Doris Dyal in the and to the show with Mr. We have some wonderful propertied for sale]

ety Patrol ItEHTHA LOI'EK boys are getting a lot of fun out sixth, Margie Mathews, Buddy Parks' home loom March 3Oth. about Real Estate Needs
'Twas a beautiful spring day of making them and hope that Davis, and Ooiothy Norman In Mrs. Anderson's home room Joined See us your '
>ves Valuable when a new member was addedto some are /getting valuable knowl the seventh, Mae Parker In the us at the show and we enjoyed 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66

H. S. Assetbough the family of Mr. and Mrs. W. edge. eighth Velma Norman Cleo Nor- It very much.
C. Loper. Bertha was born In Darby Peek. man and Josephine McNeal In the Our science class Is studying

there are only eight :Montezuma: Ga., but I believe ninth, and In the tenth, the Urgent first-aid.
I members of this organlzanow that she was very happy when "B" Club To Enjoy quota of draft meat ever assembled Familiar Sights: MENWARGeneral :

at the peak of the sea- she moved to Florida especially In our ,company arrived fternlce talking.
here were 23. This organlza- because she moved to Bradford Final OutingThe from four famous and indispensable Wandii looking at Mr. Futch'sroom.

has proved Itself very useful County. posts. Lawtey, Hellbronn, I wonder why?
a next activity of the "B" to Wllla Jean. Electric men and women-thousand* of th ml Four
school. contributed
You more than first lived in I Brooker, and Hampton Ralph
The family
''nave seen them helping Loper and Bertha started her Club will be a picnic at Gold this wonderful new material. Klbert Erie, Leo, and Harold typical scenes show the spirit with, which they are tackling the
Therepsa 'Head Branch. This event will be to the ofMe"I'y grim Job of producing for wart
ren across streets, allowing school career where she finished Ralph Nettles Louie Lee WainWright being sent outside or .
of the
s to pass and even patrojing) the fourth grade. Then the the final entertainment Claudle Bell Brown, Juan- t Ice. .
'oils at noon.* They have made Loper family again pulled u p "B" Club this yea,'. Ita Kalch Bertha Loper, Patsy Beth Knight.

lves almost Indispensable stakes and moved to Hampton. We have appointed a committee Roberta, Marjorie Thompson Rosier I

Klves almost Indespensable. There Bertha stalled school and to attend to the refreshments Ovid Futch Clifton.. Hayes, Sixth Grade News ;
addition and other questions which arose Hazen, David Shuford
to the hard work graduated from the ninth grade. Douglas
by this organization there Then, of course, she started at during the meeting.We Lawton Youngblood and Jewell! 6-W NEWS';

a few privileges attached, good old B. H. S. When Bertha are looking forward to Ibis Reddish thirteen In all reachedtheir We have started reviewing this

w attending football and started school here the first day "out excurxlon." If it U warm destination In the orange week for examinations. VA1i

etball games free. Many she was a little 'confue>ed. When eno-igh probably some will go and black squad cars, to have the We are also planning/ havea

:"abilities are given to the she was supposed to be in English swimming I I finishing touches put on at the picnic.
oers They learn to conduct class she found herself in 1 old fort Edward Shull gave the library

"elves 10 that they can con- Chicken Pileau I The next year. an allotment of a dollar for library books.
Others Math.Bertha/ likes' parties. picnics I new numbers! had. been drawn Claude John.
''18 and For Band MembersLast tasking to be con
organization will be movies ,home ec., swimming causing Hilda, '
next year it Is needed con- farm life. She wouldn't trade all scripted. During; this time, the Ninth Grade News 1. Thousand of employees, only 2. Almost per cent of all Gen-1,!
Friday night Mr. and Mrs. I Officer) was I after war declaration, eral Electric employees ligned
only for the of the' town for her own farm C. O. (Commanding ten days
benefit of the at U. 8. Defense Saving
bund to buy
entertained the In meetings In up ,
of gathered man "
Williams with members
.but spinach, trouble 9-U NKUS.The :
for home. Her dislikes are having '
the good of the A few other moat major O-E!: plant to pledge Bond totalling more than.
a chicken supper. who wrote OHIO In 9-D have votedto
Asides, English and onions the company I ; glrla a I
the 920,000.000 year
experience effort I
n e war
De t '
to >
6"-'-", they becomes- tetv When Bertha finishes school guests were invited (over the Hill In October) ail I sacrifice their flowers at graduation ,

''IOUI U they drive a car, it she wants to get a job as a guests of the host, t I over the walls and others who I and buy more useful things :
i to will the delicious meal was W, O. L. when assembly -
make them more obser- stenographer. We know you After would be A with the money
be successful.. Bertha! served. Impromptu talks were was called. This year I Marie Sapp had a very pretty

"l1ona.lly, I made by the officers of the band Selma left to reside In Gainer'ville ribbon In her hair Monday
ton a think this orga- News and the guests also. At the close where she attended G. H. S'j I wonder if the gum in Mack
Id all give good thing, and we Seventh Grade of the program the band played But missing/ her classmate, she I Futch's mouth doesn't- "get, stale, 1 Iv
1 '
every bit of It In awhile 'I'
rt and several numbers. soon returned. or does he change once

'e "ked reRpect to that we Can We deeply 7-D regret NKWS the absence of A wonderful time was had by In the last yea of our service, I ? 1/ ssV
Merle) Grlder.9P
Marian Refuse and Ann Wilt because Iretta Brannen, Paul I Rogers I k'Akf I5LAyiolf'IIr1'

nth Grade of illness, Ann had flu. all.Fifth Eugene Beam, Madeline Lecln. -
i NKWSLast
News News and Selma Thorn-
Now In a few weeks school will Grade Sylvia Morse,
at 11:30: the members -
welcomed In during Friday
10-8 be out. We hope our teachers ton McCall were
XJWg: Invited Into the
9-P were
S-B NK\\S whirlwind of activity. of '
I will be a
,r studenta who received the who are giving exams Everything was happen In' cafeteria where a committee in : ; O-E! work. 4. And day and night-around' ,
and 3. chalked a
d l to Pleat -Joyce had received man on a big
serve we
at the examinations which come enjoyed. the mot important
were steadily
Junior-Sen. the I Several games carried this
banqUet officers kid day for war. The sign
were the following: 7-L. NEWS next week. Baccalaureate Those winning prizes were J. E. challenge to fellow worker Job rf budding: weapon and tup-:
Wefl brought some banquet Davis. The 1 P1** Cuter, Mae Griffls and Jimmie Wake Island'1"
her Lizzie !
Freddie win1 Demorest took us to had I Bennett "Remember
Mra. what we I
11argaret to school. \Vedon't. and finally ,, lunch
wild flowers served a plate
Y Jean Wade S t r i ngfellow. home to study nature. We found pretty what kind they are, long dreamed of GRADUATION. claau was and cookies for Central Electric belier.. that It. first duty aa a good
h Dudley Evelyn Hall, out about many different plants. know attractive.We Tomorrow we will be dissolved to with Ice cream 27 members cltlaan I.I to be a> .o.d _ldi.r.
'4e, Bill Colson, Bobby We are all Interested in nature but they are very Thomas lake our places! in the world dessert. There were the General Cfocrne Co >fmj,Stlan.ttmJy. If. Y. ,
Richard occasion
Ray Leonard to find out about hope that I wuth present. We all enjoyed .
study. We hope fellowmen. esia 1.1'
to come ba'k.Evelyn among our class: ,
will soon be able and are glad we paid .
'e many more plants. live classmates all the luck in the 17
were [ Harris has gone to my time ago.
Griffla dues a long
sorry to have i Evelyn I the seniors of
.bye to say miss world and hope

for Tarn to **Mrs.this Burn tt. who [ Gay. Driskell with them her both.grandmother.Ve next year and the following years RULED INDEX- CAKD -3x3: F. GENERAJXZCTIC!
hose Week She can leave the same COUNTY
Is teaching us many
'e' very SWeet teacher BIANTJSCRIPT COVERS-1 Mrs. on the faculty that we have. 81 per

next hope Year to have another like] per TELEGRAPH.100 BRADFORD COUNTY new songs. -Patsy Dew. -Jacq Andrews TELEGRAPH.: .



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Miss Dorothy Watterson, Mrs., extends to his
f Junior Woman's Club HAMPTON K B. Watterson, L. L. Beden- cere heartfelt loved net I1J
1 1T"'U' SOCIETY and Mrs M. W. Morrow
: s : Has InstallationOf baugh and Olin Bedenbaugh spent I while we mourn vmpatl*Is b 1
/ ,, ;{ I in Jacksonville, where rejoice in a
;( J' New OfficersThe FILMS SHOWN AT HAMPTON: Sunday the rewai
SCHOOL 1 :i !:i e y visited Mrs.. Bedenbaugh, the souls of the dlo'
Wilson-Hence WSCS Will Meet Jacksonville Division Junior Woman's Club met On Thursday evening movies who is a patient at St. Luke's feet. rue mad, I

of Chni., r Of Baptist W. M. U. Wednesday night I with Miss were shown in the school auditorium Hospital. Be it further,
sol- The Woman's Society -
r A quiet home wedding was Met Here FridayThe Frances Peek presiding, and Miss to a large group of people :lira Ernest Morgan and small these resolutions be .sni' I
emniztd; Sunday afternoon April tlan Service of the Methodist I from the surrounding com son, Dan, and Mr and Mrs. records and a 'pread!
Deyorio) acting as sec- copy
: 12, when Mrs. MIId.ibel! Chace church will meet Monday after- Jacksonville Division of the munities. County Agent L. T. Frank Williams spent Tuesday in bereaved family, also Sent "I
i Bence was united in marriage noon, at 3:30: o'clock at the Florida Women's Missionary retary. During the business Dyer introduced the speaker, Hampton with their respective sent to the Bradford a 71

with Frank Edward Wilson. The church. Circle One will have the Union met with the New River meeting a spring da'nce was plan- 1 Aubry Dunscumbe, from the A. A. parents. Telegraph for PUblication.
tl'' special direction of the program, ned for May 1. The music will A. Office in Gainesville, who J. L. Williams, who has been
Association at the First BaptistChurch Signed.
} L. A. performedthe
Rev. Shepherd WSCS he
and the delegate to the be furnished by an outstanding spoke briefly about the films seriously ill at his home here. is P. M.
t ceremony. at the home of Mrs meeting in Miami will give re- In Starke on Friday, April orchestra. Also at this time the would show. "Foods and Defense slightly improved.Mrs. D. W. Barefoot

i Bence in the presence. of Immediate ports. There will aUo be a abort 110, with approximately 100 members members voted to assist! In the ," "Plows, Plains, and Peace" W. C Crosby and grandson C. A McCe)
1' relatives. i business sell on. : in attendance. Mrs. R. V. Every American Canvass for U. "The 4-H Club Camp at Washington W. C. Futch,
Crosby, spent Sundayin
the titles of the Coma
{ Mrs Bence la prominently I Walden, Divisional President, pre S. War bonds and stamps. shown., were. Graham as the guests of Mrs.

; known In Starke and Jacksonville, [ Studios in Starke. The following officers were Installed A. W. Broughton and family.Mr. .

1 and Mr. Wllaon formerly lived in I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will be at aided.The meeting convened at 10 for the coming year: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Warren of .. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn have

1+t d Fl Oakland, Call/, more recently being borne to friends after a brief wed- o'clock in the morning, the first I'President Miss Frances R. Wainwright Peek; Hah Ira, Ga., announce the birth moved Into their new home here. DR. LEMUEL COISp.J
vice-President: Mrs. J. -
auvociated with Bon Art ding trip to St. Augustine. number on the program being the of an eight pound son on Sunday, Extensive Improvement have DENTISTT
: Secretary, Miss Margue-; been made and many more
29. He has been named
--- W. M. U. hymn for the year, "The rite Deyorio; Treasurer'!! Mrs. Guy Joe March Cranford, Jr. Mrs.' Warren, changes are planned. OFFICE 120 CALL

Light of the World Is Jesus' by Sale. ,There were presented corsages prior to her marriage, was Miss ADKINS: BUW.
of sweet and the re-
the congregation. The morning Odell HInson.
tiring presented
; were '
devotion wa given by Mrs. L. G. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. HInson announce
tokens of appreciation for their on March 7th, 1942,
r'' ALL MAKES\ OF RADIOS Gallant President of the Marion work. during the past year. the birth of a son Henry the Supreme Architect, in his infinite AIR CORPS
County W, M. U. Association KATE
11 at !
I Ice cream and cake were served Wayne on Saturday, April wisdom has been pleased to
Mrs U O. Powell of the StarkeW.
Have Your Radio Set Repaired By An Expert by the following hostess committee the Alachua County Hospital take unto himself the spirit of
M. S. the welcome which
gave Lt. and Mrs.. William D. Hodge our deceased brother, L. C. Powell >*
.. : Miss Dorothy Delavan, Mrs.
C. E.
was responded to by
,, NEW RADIOS AS LONG AS THEY LAST Saunders. Guy Sale and Mrs. W. C. Powell. and son. left last week for Fort and.

Games were played during. the Benning, Ga., where Lt. Hodge Is Whereas, the trestle board of
... There were a number of women taking a three months course of
,j ; First Come First Served social hour. his masonic life was such as to
present, prominent In Florida -i> study.
entitle him to receive the white
BaptUt work, who addressed the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth LaChance
stone with a neW name'and'
'' congregation on subjects pertain RISINGBy
left Tuesday for Saranac Inn,
A WARD RADIO SERVICE ing to "Light Revealing Peace," If.... James Norman New York where they will spendthe I Whereas, by the faithful discharge O
the theme for the day, of the great duties owedto -y- is
IHt among summer. Mrs. LaChance has
234 East Call Street
Mrs. Florrle. Wills of Starke is God, to his
whom were MIllS Louise Smith, spent the winter here with her I neighbor and to -
State Executive Secretary, Miss spending a .while with Mrs. J. B. mother J.{.... C. Stone, while Mr. himself, our brother, deservedthe M
Etter Turner, Dean of Women, Norman. LaChance was employed at Daytona title of man and Mason, be it
Stetson University, DeLand, Mrs.J. Joe Norman of Jacksonville is Beach. therefore
L. Rosser, State Stewardship spending! a while with his mother The Woman's Council of the Resolved, that in the passingof THE h shows,.com ap den with a to hub 11I1II c

CONCRETE MATERIALS Chairman St. Augustine, and and Mr and Mrs.-James Norman. Christian'Church met at the L. C. Powell, Masonary has ,.. uko made with kttt.nmford -'..
I Miss Ethel Harmon Mr. and Mrs. James Norman Baking Powdirl n.
returned Missionary church Wednesday April 1st. The suffered the loss of a valued '|dn. powder .r.r mid.-u4.
I from Africa. were visiting Mrs. Norman's parents subject "If you Love Him, Why member and the community a .r uion. good eooki. same
l During the noon hour a delightful Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp Not Serve Him"? was under the valued citizen, and Joklat clMck-f of ld.n to b
and family of Lake Butler jkinc. Addrou: Rnmfort _
BLOCKS SAND GRAVEL luncheon was served in the Friday direction of Mrs. W. H. Griffin. Be It
night. y further resolved, Bradford .'owd.r. Boa E, Romfotl,LLg
Church Annex. Mr. and Mrs.' Gilbert Lamo- Lodge !co. 35, F. & A. M.
Little Judy Sapp of Lake Butler reaux moved this 'week to their --
"' CRETE. Royal Service Program has returned home after spending summer camp on nuts Lake, I
a week with her sister, Mrs. Norwood Williams of Cherry
$ d. __ James Norman. *.." g NOW OPEN
; w- -- T The regular Royal Service pro- Lake spent Friday visiting friendsin ,
''r't'' ') gram of the Baptist W, M. S. will Mr and Mrs. Clarence Crews Hampton.W. .
LET US GIVE YOU AN ESTIMATE\ ON be held In the church annex Monday announce the arrival of a fine A. Saxon left Friday for g A & 4 Lunclieonetti

.i i REPAIRS AND REMODELING afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. baby boy.' Nashville. Tenn., where he will.
Circle No. Two, win present the Mr and Mrs James) Norman work on a defense project.
- program. were visiting friends and relatives J. G. Kellum spent the weekend At, The Park Theatre -
In South Florida last week.
Atlanta, Ga.
A. A. ANNIS Mr and :Mrs.:
Wooorow Thomasof Emmett Rhodes
: Brooker PIES AND
were,recently visiting
General ContractorDVR spent Sunday with Olin Beaden-
TELEGRAPH. Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. andMrs. baugh and Frederick Watterson.Mr. SANDWICHES

a t I Emery Lewis. and Mrs J. T. Quigley of .
Starke were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lacy Wynn Monday. "::1
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Wynn spent 1i
Carolyn Callstreet the week-end with friends and
relatives in Donaldaonvllle. Ga.
Mrs. Dave D y a 1 entertained
Monday afternoon with a birthday
party for her daughter, Margaret
f THE AT n Gosh, but I can hardly walt nays, but my little book reveals on the occasion of her ninth Sporting GoodsJUST
w STARKE F a To see their wnlorn graduate that her birthday inn't till next birthday anniversary..
Sept. Sara Barefoot'a smooth Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade
new radio-phonograph combination moved into their new home Sat
14 Once again we the Birthday gift from mom urday. .
Sun. Mon. 19 approach
Tueg.April 20. 21
'n .
'' most excltln' event of the year pop Hear Maurice Edwards Mrs Minnie Marcionny has I
"Ball Of Fire"With Graduation! Baccalau- sold l his pretty 111 house moved to Green Cove Springs.
?t t 8* Gary Cooper &: Barbara. Stanwyck reate Sunday night, and Commencement tother day' No fair tellin',
4 "" M Alto though, cause the new owner la
Newa and Shorts --- next Thursday fearful (The following items were leftover
Thin week has been comparatively present landlord might from the ARRIVED! A COMPLETE
+ Telegraph' issue LINE
WtKj.. Thurs. April 2., 23 quiet, like the lull before get mad an' boot him out beforehe's of April 10),
{ BIG DOUBLE FEATURE the storm but mayhap I can ready to move OF SOFTBALL
f' No. .1-"Wild Man Of Borneo" scrape together a few little itemsof I. Mrs. May Sweeney, and Mrs. C. BASEBALL
minor Interest Saw Bea "Vnole t"nnyWltkovttkl was L. May and children spent Monday
t Frank Morgan. IHllie Burke, Donald Meek an' June Bullen (don't know their amazed this week'to find a new In Gainesville.Mr. EQUIPMENT BATS, BALLS

.; No. 2-"The Perfect Snob" married. names) vlaltln' old friends character poppln' up In the comic and Mrs. Lacy Wynn, Mr.

Charlie Rugglea, Charlotte Greenwood here Sunday Naturally they strip, "Micky FlniC' by the name and Mrs. Will Hammerer. ., Mr. and GLOVES, MITS AND CAPS
1 were quite agog over the ole of Benny Wltkowsky Quitea Mrs. C. L. May and children and 1

.(0'1'1. Sat.--April 24, 2;> town's drastic face lifting coincidence I agree. ? Hear Mrs. May Sweeney and children
the Jack Marvlna an' friends spent the week-end
''Y Spotted. an' Jotted: Cliff Hazen a fish In' trip to Welaka Camp on Lake Santa Fe.
No. 1-"I'll Wait For You"Robert pinch hlttln' at Denmark's. furniture over the week-end No fish, Mrs. O. D. Gay and Mrs.. J. W. We Also Carry Everything For Farming

,. Sterling, Marsha. Hunt emporium HIMabelle but lotsit fun, anyway'. Boner-. Home. and son, Junior, were visitors

No. 2-."Come On Danger" Bence aa beautiful as the orchid of-the-Week was pulled when theexpressman In Gainesville Saturday, And Garden Work
she wore for her Sunday marriage tried' :to deliver a Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Meamerand
With! Tim Holt to F. E. Wilson Margie wedding gift' to the F", F. Stump Mr. and Mrs. Truman Cramer
Also Cartoon and Serial Mathews proudly weurln' a diamond residence tother (UV Package spent Sunday in Silver Springs. TRY OUR FINE LINE OF PAINTS AND

r is since las' Friday night was addressed',!! $ to a Mrs. Mr and Mrs.: Gordon Wads-
tt Saturday April 23: Unnerstand she an' Billy Dowling Thomson,, an' .MP.S Stump vtouly worth and children, Jerry and } VARNISHESFor
MIDNIGHT SHOW 11:30: p. M. will be Mr. an' Mrs. 'fore so ,denied that he k fJW any such Mary Catherine, and Miss Marion

,1t "The Miracle Kid"Tom very long now Della Rosen person Overhearing the heated Claire Johns spent Easter In Jacksonville -

Neal, Carol Hughes. Vlckl Lester berg substltutln in commercial argument, Mrs.iStump appeared with relatives.Mr .
". Also Selected Shorts dept at BHS Seems that on the scene;Jknd gently reminded *. T. F. Brown and children
Bonnie Burnett's takln' a job in a her husband that he pent the Easter holidays with Insects We Have The Four Leading
Hillsboro Co. "berry school": would have to get used to having Mr and Mrs.. Gordon Weest and
Lea: Naswortny borne after beln' a married. dotter! t ;. family at their home In Lines

li" Riverside hoop for a week. '... Mr. and Mrs. James ----I Of Spray
Lookln' fairly pert- but not out Junior Woman's, Club Installa and family of Jacksonville
xI I yet Betty Jane Hughes, attractive I lion Wednesday night was swelle- guests the past week of Mrs. May

t army wife stayin' at the cant affair Delia Rosenberg Sweeney.
I ANNOUNCING THE OPENING J. F. Colley' takln' flashlight pitchers In- :Mr. and Mrs. Will Kammerer ,Bradford Hardware
comln osslfers presented sweet returned to their home in Philadelphia
Excltln (and spooky) time out pea corsages Unique "heart" Pa., Friday.
5 Of The at B. H. S. tother day when game played after refreshmentswere Mrs. O. D. Gay and daughter,
workmen on the new bldg. began' served UnnerotanJ Madge, spent Friday in Gaines
dlgxln up bones an' pieces of old 'I Ethel Sewell Is subbln' at USO vllle.Mr. CompanyJ.
coffins The site used to bean No. 1 till someone comes to take and Mrs. A. B. Jones' of

ancient graveyard, you know Peg Ersklne's place- Incidentally Miami spent Monday with Mr.
: oL iI Ere Cafe Hope the fine new structurewon't hear Peg might go overseas and Mrs. T. F. Brown while en- B. Carlisle, Owner
be haunted! Birthday with the Red Cross Add route to their summer home at
p new lalltlea: Freddie Wlmberly! things I like: Clair Stj Peter's Clayton, Ca.

ring Birthday gift she husky voice via the telephone _.._----
Hear Arch Thomas ,was' caught
: f Saturday, April 1 18 red-handed sneakin'1" outta the

V BHS Friday Band's night chicken with a pocket supper -las'full Most
Complete Line
: of
GSM In The Arthur H. Hall Building 'of him gizzards, and I might. Can't'not say have I blame tat i Military

tied if he had divvied! up I

Just North of Starke on Road 13 Look us If George Pappas Jus'can't Supplies In StarkeJUST

be at ease since he sold
the Ritz Cafe -. Caught him

I Under New Management PHONOGRAPH givin'thorough his pprlng Half Moon\cleanln, Lodge tother a RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF KHAKI CHEVRONS

RECORDS day Glimpsed Joe Hughes 1 OVERSEAS
wr Large Assortment (Blanding Center. ) proudly in- SHIRTS AND PANTS
: Cooking Courteous Service troducin his son, Harold-here
% t Columbia Victor on leave from one of Uncle Sam's ALSO ..
if Okeh Bluebird mid-west camps Have you
Reasonable PricesMrs. Decca been read In' Rembert Carradine's GIFTS
new Lawtey column recently start ,_ NOVELTIES AND LUGGAGE
Large Selection of ed In the Telegraph Seems .
Classical Populara he's been livin' a normal life all AT FAIR PRICES
these years never rcalizin' his
!Mail Orders Given super Journalistic talents till he
Prompt AttentionE. gave It a whirl a week or so
Now It looks like I've cot a P. S. STORES Inc.

R. F. Lightsey, Manager rival on my hands '. Oh well,
ra competition la ,
L. REAMS the life of trade,

ttl SI9V. University Ate.QACVK3V1LLE and these we thin might,.. philosophically a s well accept, Two Stores For Your Convenience
wti FLA. your (philosophical) ll45 Call Street & Blanding CenterJ

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.rBITS of LOCAL NEWS Science Produces I I I.... Flour Sack Dress ., t t

- Plastic Textiles \

M. Wimberlyay Miss Imogene Hough of Paho- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. Der- : '
W' .v Jack- kee spent last week-end at Graham nice
In Opperman. Miss Sara Bare- Iff AMERICA NEEDSWELDERS
with her mother, Mrs Louie foot and Mrs. Frances
Dempsey. spent Sunday in Dade City.Opperman Use Milk, Sugar, Carbon .,

H Bennett And Sawdust. I .
lira G Mrs. J. W Andrews, :Miss "
home I \
thelJ new and Mrs. D. E. Knight had
Intr Jacqueline Andrews and Joe An- "".. ) !
city limlt. as guests Monday Mrs. Knight'sbrotherinlaw By CHERIE NICHOLAS ,;. f w
drews, spent last Saturday I
In Jacksonville. and sister Mr and Only seeing i II believing what id-

!Ian Stump of Orlando Mrs. Charles Larsen of Lakeland.Mrs. ence is accomplishing in the fashion

weekend here with her field by the magic of plastics. If I
F. F. Little Johnny Mack Newsome,
Mr, and Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse New- J. W. Kincaid returned to we couldn't get wools, if we couldn't

some Is rapidly improving froma Starke Friday after spending get cottons and other of nature's
H.attended recent illness. several weeks In Tampa with her own products and if the silk wormsall
E. Knlgbt and parents. Mr. and Mrs A. C. Dur- went on a strike and if the fabric 1

court In Teen '' den. output should com to a standstill .
Re-elect' George! H. Inman to *
TUesday and then what But why give SHIPS-Are being sunk, they must '
office of
g. the Iteipreorntatlve to
the State Legislature from Bradford W. T. Clute made two business thought to a word picture so hope- be replaced or repaired at once, i ,
eisly pessimistic man's ingenuity II
Cleaning nl'autltulat 1 County May S.-(Adv.) trips the! past to week Daytona In connection Beach during with is proving equal to the occasion : : YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS L

B1aDd1nc with
aster discovery that one can \
S Park Theatre Mr. W. G. Halle left last night his new trailer park south 0 f fairly pick fabrics out of the air : '
lie for. Washington D. C., to visit town ;
I now that chemists are taking up
and Dorothy her son, Jack Halle who is employed where nature left off. If you are ELECTRIC I WELDERS
Grace in that Starke Dry (leaner Will Buy"
sternberc city. skeptical, watch plastics, and think J ,
lISS Lillian In St Used Garment Hanger 33 Cents upon the wonders of pylon and rayon -\F: t
afternoon Per' Hundred. s e You the United States in
day Mrs. Ada Soloman has returnedto pyroxilyns, synthetic rubber and t a can serve ti,

Brooklyn N. Y. after a two other miracles -too- numerous to > A't S shipyards as well as with the armed ,.

Farkl'r haa re- months' visit here with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Burnett mention.If .

aces thrweeks vleit Mrs Murray Soloman. and Infant daughter have movedto your fancy can take such wild \ forces. All shipbuilding is on a 24- t ,

and m! 1 a MM. W. O. Carr In Plant City after making their flight imagine brldaV veils so diaphanous hour working basis. Visit our school ;

Miss Kitty Hogged of Jacksonville home here for the past ten and ethereal they look as

spent the week-end herewith months.Mr. though they came from a spirit $ and takeFREE

of Augusta. her mother. Mrs. W B. world. Fancy writing a bridal fashion I I

II Brown a few Parka, and Dr. Parks. and Mrs. Jack Soloman and story in such fantastic words as f'-

been enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs L. A. Rennolds "the bride's 'veil was made of WELDING LESSON

bere with Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful spent several days last week skimmed milk, salt and carbon."

Tailoring "a t Starke Blending visiting Rainbow Springs and Well, while this may not be accurately -

bble Knight who spent" Tailors Opponlte Park Theatre; Silver Springs.Mrs. to what stated our, yet amazed it is true eyes according and )sx :' ; ; and aptitude test. Do your part for

aths in Starke as cash. ears saw and heard at the spring ,', National l Defense and earn high
Guidon Grill returned Mrs. William H. Thomson of W. E. Middleton had ana fashion seminar presented in Chicago .,- --- --e

I to her old post after an I Montlcello will spend the week guest last week her uncle John by Amena Elliott Webster. According Imagine) A dress as attractive as wages now. Begin your training immediately ) :
at end here with her parents Mr. Dowling of Hoboken. Ga. and on
If *lx months spent to Alan Cole, nationally this actually made out of ordinary ,
I In Daytona Beach and and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Wednesday her nephew, Bill known authority on plastics who cotton flour sacks! You'll need three .

sod 1 St. Petersburg. i Dowllng of Jacksonville. spoke at this gathering before an large cotton bags for this charming I

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mr. and audience of domestic science stu frock. It Is no trick at all to dye

.g SCJl1mULE. I IJf. Mrs. Simeon Phillips and daugh. Re-elect George:: H. Inman to dents and teacher, we are livingIn them a deep red and for trimminguse

rko."___IO'__'_d 3:05: A. 701.1 ter. Suellen apent Thursday afternoon the office of Representative to an era in which plastics will In- beige colored yarn (dyed with bin

rke ._-._.__: 19:45:: A.P.M.M. '' In, Jacksonville. the State Legislature from Brail deed "carry on" where nature left coffee! liquid). Add real pine cones OUR COURSE CAN BE FINANCED

rkerke ___' 1:45: P. M. ford County, May 5.-Adv.) off in fabrics and.. in fact, in all for buttons and you have a dress

rkO, ..-- -.. 3:35 5:15: P.P. MMrke M.. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wain. fields of modern design and indus for the farmerette that any city any way that suits the convenience

r 5:50: P. M. wright of Tallahassee were here Mrs. A. H. Helger baa returnedto cousin would look upon with understandable
II._r 10:10: P. M. ,' during the week visiting Mr. and her home In Orlando after try.Speaking of plastic textiles, Mr. envy.Christian of the student from a cash payment

SK...I::i IO.___._.-12:20 PM'I Irko Mr., N. D. Walnwrlght. Sr.. spending the past eight months Cole said "Plastic fashions create which includes a substantial discount to

._n __ 3:06: A, M.M.. here during which time she was for us a new worldof beauty. Casein

irk rko. ._.__._.______, 10:20 2-10:: A.P. M.. Starke Dry Cleaner Will Buy employed at Camp Blandlng from skimmed mill, sawdust, Church small monthly payments extending overa

irktirkt ._ 6:20 P. M. Used Garment Hangers,. S3 Cents waste sugar cane.carbon salt and
.___. '1:10:50 P.P. Jill M.: Per Hundred. :Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and daughter other of nature's ingredients by the The Rev. Fred Dodd of Keystone period as long as eleven months.

tee Eutbou.d;------ Joan Mrs. Della Hagan and score in the hands of chemists and Heights will preach at the

rite ..__ 2:10 6::60 A A: M.M... H. G. Connor.of Lakeland, who Mlas Hannah Swindell spent Sunday scientists have brought to the textile Christian Church In Starke Sun-

>irkiirki rk< .-_.__.._ 6:30 P M.M.. recently spent a few weeks visit. afternoon 1 n Jacksonville world a 'don't worry' message day, April 19 at 11 A. M. His

.----,--- 7:011 P: M.K ing: in the home of his soninlawand visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter about where new fabrics are to come subject will be Conferring Faith. Our Aim Is To Turn Out Men

Ilehaa.ee Special. 12:45) P M. Holllngsworth, has accepted a numerous other synthetics have in the communion service will\) fol. Who Will Really Aid Their Government
>ro. demonstrated the possibilities
tee ... ego: P. M.ke position with the Cranford Jew Mrs. K. G. Duncan had as low at 11::4i.:
6:20:: P. M. elers In Moult He, Ga. He is a Mia. store. Among plastic textiles there In This Great Emergency i
luncheon Wednesday
k. _____ : It'IBilliha P. M. guests is promise of waterproof uncrushable Dr W. E. Mltidleton went to
..ee Special) Jeweler by trade. Marcus Howard Mrs. E u r I e being
velvet. Smart handbags are
the Riverside Hospital yesterdayin
Brown Mrs. Clarence Roberts, all made of plastic coated yarns Regardless Of The Time i
order to let an Injured leg rest
of Lake Butler, and Mrs. Willard and durable.
which are washable j
He has been crutches since
FE! FAST! COMFORTABLE- !- Mills of Athens Ga. Silk or no silk we are going to Sunday when he Blurted up the Required. There Is No Extra : I I jI

have lovely materials for upholster. steps at his home and had a I
Beautiful Cleaning;, Beautiful ing that are luxurious and practical severe pain as If he had broken Charge; For This. I ,

AND ECONOMICAL! Tailoring a t Rlandinjt because they can be wiped clean muncle.. He will remain/ at the

Tailors, Opposite Park Theatre. with a damp cloth. Yes, it's an age hospital for several days.
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of wonders in which we are living! :
RIDE THE BUSSES W. who has general
E. Owen r It 'I'I (' KIlrutiroril IF IT IS NECESSARY
supervision of the local Eden- County, KlorliluApril. ,
In addition to hav- Above the Ankle II lAth, 1943 I
| Courteous, Correct Information field Jewelry, I .MiTicn \a IIIHI-I: : OIVI..N hut
Ing charge of the Winter Haven pursuant to HtuHon. It tit i'haplrr i student to have '200
For the more
,Injun, IjUVVH of Klorlilil. Arts > Given You At store returned to Winter Haven known an ,the ML'ltPHV ACT,
Saturday after two weeks In 'Tn the follotttnif .. County I Jo'lu'"I... will 1tff >..
UNION BUS STATION Starke. ..r*..l for. sale nt public outcry United States Civil Service Navy
far the highest nod IIHHI cash bid

The Rev. G. C. Powell Mis. D. of Ntlbjict the Internal to the right I Improvement of the, trustees Fund Yard Test, we will gladly grant it.

P. Carpenter and Mrs. L. D. Vin- '' to: rojcct any and all |
1:1I"io:: JoI
attending the State con- Ing ate clock A. OT on the Ittth, day or e
ference of. the Woman's Societyof May A. l U. IB4J KUHPIIIOIU: for read

NAT SEZ: Christian!< Service of the Method right: of. way from 200 any fret pnr..I wide l I through will bareHfrVHil The ;Character and Integrity

1st Church being held at Miami whll'to t them IN an exiting HtateItnud. \

If the Jap were to drop a bombon this week. .
+ I Lot S &. Nit, of Lot 12 In Wood *
officers its
school its grad 4
kill of this
Starke In the morning and law. Mer. ID, Twp. 6 H, Kir. Ijj 1J, ,
j tat Home of ua we would probably Cail Halpern who for several I 15 Acres.Nry .
\ of Lot 12 In Wnodlawn, See. uates, and its students mean more to
# v realize that we are at war. It months operated a photo studio .16, Twp. 6 N. KMT I 23 K.:, r. A< r..n.
rl. could happen and has happened In Starke, was looking over the I, Lute 6, 7. N, II, 23 In WoodlitwnW us at this serious time than the mak-,
16, Twp 6 H, UK 21 *:!.. (0
where leant expected. business situation Tuesday with a Arras..
Let's aD sign a pledge; to buy view to re-establishing a business W 8 A of H01 t1W'" of SWt4.Her ing of a few extra dollars. "I' -'- I
% ID, Twp. 6 H Kir t* ..., 6 Acres.
bond and tampa till It hurts.Your here. Mr. Halpern has been in ,K'4' of NE'of HWU, of WWUi ex
money won't be worth the Daytona Beach since i leaving I N a A. Koo. 23, Twp. 6 H, Its. 2.K : r
., t AcrrBI .
paper lf. printed on if we don'twin Starke six or eight months ago. ..,t 4 Hlk 41, Uvlng-Kton, Truby WE INSIST ;
the war. Dig down la that I ft Cu'. Nub-Dly of NK'; ", of NUV4.
Bi 5N, Twp 6 Hq22 H
old sock or whatever you use for Starke Dry leaner Will Buy TIU'HTKKH:' i >: INTEK.VAI 1MHKOVNMB.VT .

a bank and lend 'that money to Used Garment Hanger, S3: Cents .: FUNt HTATK OKKUIKIOA. That the student be thoroughly pre ..

your country. It' a fine Invent- Per Hundred. By A. .I. Thomas, Agent. Trunt and for the work I
ment any way that you look at It. ....M I. I. Fund Bradford County pared qualified

Mrs. J. W. Brownlee entertained 11 that lies ahead of him _

at a family dinner party recently The newest silhouette for eveningwear
.iJ 4 and the guests presentwere is the ballet dress pictured TAX I>KKI, >
} : Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown- above. It was inspired by ballet (01..1. Hill %' .. lUil: )

lee, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Mr. costumes in the ""above ankle" That MITK'B IH HKKKRY: GIVEN.
K. M. I'uckham holder of Tax
and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mr. and length. Th skirt is full and slightly (IVrtlfliat ;No. 55. Issued the 7lh
Earl H. Johnson Mr. and The long sleeved bodice top lay of Mrntombvr )' 19JU. and
NICENEEDLEWORK Mrs. puffed. Tax (Vrtm am : limued 1 In* We Have Been Urgently Requestedby
Mra. Junlus 1.(. Smith and Mrs. is of sheerest black Chantilly lace 4th. day of July A'rrf). 1 3X. nan
u T. C. Smith. and the skirt, with its widegirdledbelt fllrtl\ same lit my and has
made l npplliatloii for a tux dWd the National Defense! Advisory Com-
is of gleaming black satin. The to b.i Issued. I her..on. Haiti perilfltattf .
Samuel B. Joins, who worked new short length is outstanding and vrnltrarifN the following dmrlniifl ... mission to open a school for women. If
property/ the County o'
with S. E. Sparks In the City 18 I becoming increasingly a favoritefor Brad of Florida 1 to-wit:
this Barber Shop for a period of nine party wear, as it does away with late r'h.Stlt.1 17. Ill In Wand lawn 1is humanly possible to get the necessary
An added touch o' style steps up 5
of the floor. RMV 20 Twp H, It. 22 13, contain
months has returned to Starke the extreme formality I hlN' 40 Arrm, mum. or l loss. In rmhruc equipment we will gladly grant
handsome two-tone street-sport model. after an absence of eight monthsin length skirt and yet has a conservatively ..d under. mild cvrtlflmle, No. 1
.. Note the ballet- their Announcements will be
look. request.
'Venice. He Is now associatedwith dressy .
2''. 22, 27 2" In WnmlluwnM
i. V. Cannon In his shop on type slippers. They're the latest! 15 Twp. /6 H, It. 22 E ron
made through the at later date.
.' Also very smart are shoes that are taming,' 40 acres, more or Iesa l I I. press a
Two bl.nd.d ihadcl Court street. embraced. under nalij certlflrate" No.
l laced above the ankles '7.
cf quality calftkin'ternberg's Th. assessment of the said prop. ,
Re-elect George II. Inman to erty under the said certificate No.
to fit .tHUd wart In the. name oDyiuk
the office of Representative llrod,
the State Legislature front Bradford :Mrs J. W. Brownlee who liveson The assessment of the raid property
5. (Adv.) a under'. the said certificate No. To Whom It May Concern 1'
5 County May Washington Avenue gave 97 Issued wan In the name of Jo"..
family luncheon on Easter Sun phlne CorklniiI'nlemt: .
said, ri>rtlfl< .te shall be
Earl Wilson, assistant directorof day and the following out-of- ....
ri d med according to law, the
r c the NCCS (USO). was In an town guests were present: For. property: MeiMrthcd therein' will beHnld
accident Tuesday Governor and Mrs.\ Cary A. to the highest. bidder at the
automobile mer .cniirthvu door on I the first Mon.
FREEMAN night. April 7th. when the car Hardee Senator and Mr.. Syd dayn/ the month of June 1942 CONNECTED WITH THIS INSTITUTION -
driving collided Mr. and Mrs. E, S. Connor which In the lut clay of June, 1942.rated t.
which he was Hinley
%ee ( this 1 ft h., clay of April.
EotU"e with an army truck. He received all of Live Oakt Mrs. M. J. 1142 .

cuts and bruises about the head McMurray of Chicago; Mr. and IIFFrrIA. FAr.) A. J. Thomas
I Clerk of Clrrult Court of Bradford
while two soldiers who were rid. Mrs- Wardlow Brinson. Mrs. T. C. County, Florida. 3-17 4t 4-1

Alrw ;, Ing in the truck were treated for Smith Mr. and Mrs Waring !I __ SOUTHERN INSTITUTEOF
Injuries In the station hospital at Wick, all of MadUon.Starkn iv '"((TIT ('(II IIT. HIHIIKOIIH
"UI *" 1'" Pl.OKIIItl 1% tll.t -
Camp Blandlng I Melvin' Iltghemlth Plaintiff
Dry leaner Ulll Hay v". Kmnia rllirhxmlth, Defendant f
( F Pvt. and Mrs. Patsy DI Natale fneil Garment Hunger. 33 Ontfl I C.... No n 0OKDKrt WELDING Inc.
rt will leave Starke Saturday for a Per Hundred. I NITI"'E'To AI'fKAK
50 belated 10-day wedding trip to STATE OF FUJHIHA to! Emma ,
: fllith..mlth, whose rmldence. la Un
New York and other points North. W. A, (Little "Mitch") Ed known.

They were married In Jacksonville wards Is: at home on furlough I You are required. to appear on 508 McDuff Ave. Jacksonville Fla.

on Friday. March 13. Mrs. from the Army, awaiting orders. ;: Juno Court 1".19.and cause. In, the wherein above plaintiff named l ,

Dl Natale la the former olin He passed all necessary examinations -, ..eek.. dlvorre Bradford County Phont'H 2-3616. 2.9276

Mildred Vanlandlngham. a nativeof ands being transferredfrom Telegraph, shall. pithllnh... thin.. Order
in next four weekly l ti" t tPRiL
Sydell. III., but who has beenin the Army to the Air Corps, Witness my hand and official Open Day And Night
Florida for four or five years. and will remain in Starke until seal th.. at 142.Htarke, Florida. thin April

She is a waitress at Frank's Fine he receives his orders where and (0FFICIASEAL) A. J. ThomaeAw '
Food while he is a cook In the when to go. He has been in the Clerk of said Court 4-17) 4t 5-(
W T. Mavn, Jacknonvllle, Florida
Army. Army since Nov. 25, 1940. A tty. for "


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o from 225: i son Rudolph, spent Sunday with Anderson's mother Mrs. Over- Ing section
ily saved 5.009, eggs were
Youngsters Thrive Enjoy Work And Play hens. "Of course," he adds "many' Mr. and Mrs. H. M. MCR' e. street Norman Sunllll IItte

others were broken auil* ruined, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Andersonof Rev,, H. L. Chapin of Belleview Mr. and Mr. "'

r In Healthful Environment Of Nursery School but Mrs.we Eufltuc sold that* Kelly many.has received Jacksonville are visiting :Mrs. and the Rev. J. T. Barpes of Hle"We've Ocala and Paiatiu pelll Su( Sa

another letter from her dieter l ,
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,; ,( Mrs. Guy Llstandcr of Pensacola., : vfb.r\ ; '

1t.W4"t placed stating In that the veteran's her! husband hospital was at ,. ".' 5 tI.'l.Ten Camp dollars goes to prc w'
: Blanding
Got AXIS to 1n Fla, lord
:: Jllloxl, -Mlas., end! that his paralytic U, I for the weekend'
i condition Is considered very Get your slogan for, kina
Tiff t serious. He haD lost the use of .ww: V7: ;t. ,.,., .. "ee !(
A his left arm and leg, and his P:': :::1"y; ffj .
io a 4 Tots 1 mind is deranged; at present faux ." <, '
t ,
of Starke were Sunday visitorsat '
., Begin I ; ( the home of Mr. and Mra. ;
Ihe1 forfheJ'erap
Frank Merritt. \

; Luncheon Reddish Andrews and son, Krv- : S aye 10 urScrapt
In, visited relatives in Water Oak b I

t JVith Sunday. J ,
Miss Ida Merritt Is nursing Mrs.

W K. Jenkins at Raiford. ,
i A .. 'r
r Pvt. Chester Moody from the

Tampa air field, was home last :, .... \
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) Prayer week-end and stated that he I;.

k- ank I would soon be transferred to an- J
other air field in Florida. Mrs. V

f Moody is expected to accompanyhim. f

G.. W. 'Dennis has returned to f-;,;MYr;.'. e+ t

1 "OodIouli.. Cod I I.. good add we thank Hint for thin food." his home In Ft. White after a r
tv. t By Red Kerce Unconsciously making a very touching picture, these nursery school brief visit with his' daughters ; J *', g

t + t a ; One of the city's mont useful kiddies return thanks before eating. their wholesome noon-day Mrs. E. C.' Priest and Mrs. T. H. :< '1

ptojects, designed to provide educational luncheon. Sheppard.Mrs. 1'oI'f
facllltletf, recreation and s Lettle Huckleby of Wildwood .
i play for pre-school aged children: was a recent guest of Mr. O'f'
1 will Boon be one year old and and Mrs. Frank Merritt. j unk.Uncle Sam needs every /;

since it's Inauguration June 16, Mrs. S. L. Crews and Mrs. Bill throw you f to convert intone

1941"" there has been many a satisfied Williams of Lake Butler were I'Don.C; > of metal. very P <
customer. shopping and visiting in Lake ; t naiad war matenals. ve.ymetal. .our paper.
!The nursery school here in the fe'L. City and Gainesville one day this cU the authorities.Here's .

National Guard Armory Is spon- week. Then
Bored by the State Board of Crops are growing well and s
Education and operated by the "believe It or not" we need a
I' Works P r oj e ct Administration shower-even after all the rain v
under the supervision! of Mrs. we had up until a few weeks ago.
th Fannie Jones of Jacksonvllle.i Another V1CT0
Timely Tip
S L. Crews has been harvestinga ,'
1 Since operation began In 1941,
good yield of English peas I. ,
there haw been a dally attend ;
Work. work. .WORK. That's &
yN ance of 22 pre-school age pupils, t:.
} with an enrollment of 30 children Ii";" .. ) =_ GUI BRANCH the way to win this war. But as I Ii 'si ie f'K r "Ica
Mr Parrlsh
!/ between the age of 2 and 5 N it' ,;tlt f\H,\ By take # 1 s
/ time
out relaxation too. boNm9 ;
{ ,
1 <: jNI
t years. ; r \ Mr. and Mrs. ,T, N. Norman
The program Is designed to care r ,and daughter,' ,Dorothy and son, A bright merry companion for s7 hl "J y
wl, for children of families in the t ,
low-salaried bracket, and those of Gerald, were dinner guests of'Mr. relaxation you'll find in smooth '

e 'i, enlisted men in the armed forces. J and Mi.,a. H.: M.: McRae Sundayin ,J JAX Beer. Wholesome pure, body !J//

The usefulness of the school has ">" the Pine Level aectlon.
.' doubled many times In the past .4 .r..,.." ;I. :' s Mr..' and Mra Carlton Chastaln and nerve building good JAX .y
i t
nine months. ,_ /" f fQ I Beer'witl in $ '
h of keep trim.
I 'Hampton Mrs. Dewey you Trya r ++rw f
A well balanced diet la provld- 1rttyMtswra Warren of Starke were visiting bottle today 'l 7
1k1it ,I ed. One that is pre-arranged by : .. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. j j
dieticians versed In the care of Sapp of this section Sunday aft JAX BREWING COMPANY ''
; small children and their feeding. "
'i ernoon.
During the Important period of outdoor
play Preston Jacksonville
A dally program is planned to include Florida
Mrs. Ellen Johnson of \
diversified play and relaxation and Billy Harrington/ are seen taking the slide, while Nencle B<<-van. Mac-
to meet the need of the Individual Abner Hour, and Iloyt, Duke and Ella Mae Owen eagerly await clenny has. been visiting her :;:0 A
daughter-in-law, Mrs Overstreet.
f+ t carefully child.followed This by teachers.program >le their turn. Miss Geraldine Harnage and RUJ'o DOLLARS every week! \

Billy Harnage spent Saturday

+ Here for Ihilly Instance Schedule night with their sister Mrs. Edd for original victory slogans like the one in this ad. \

4t t a schedule which Mrs., Jones In a dally fol. Parrish. Entries for this week, accompanied: by label or v BEER I
: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hubbardand reasonable facsimile from Ale '
lows with her youngtttera from 8 JAX Beer or Stout, '
children passed through this close midnight,April 17th. Complete rules
a. m. until 3 p. m five days a
'w week. The first 30-minute? period section from Winter Garden last cation. Send your slogan today to CONTEST JUDGES,

+ of the day In consumed in the Plentyof week on their.way to Baptist, La. I P. O. BOX 1772 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA '\:.

J ., morning by the arrival and Inspection Mr. and M.... Eldon Sapp and ,

i of pupils; from 9 until Sun
r, i" 10:13: the little tots hnvo free

4 :f* outdoor This play.i conttlxts. of a W I aging, and Air

i ; climbing and playing with wagons

and tricycles. When the period is For "Gee whiz Mr.
over the following 15 minutes Jessup

goes for the drinking of fruit 'Work t. fl ,
juice, taking cod liver oil and
vitamin A and B Capsules.

i Free Indoor play takes up the And Fun r rK "
r, period 1 between 10:30: and 11:15a. :: a DOUBLE-DECKEE !
n*. :
Between 11:30: and noon they
I bean- interesting children stories
r II and fj/nualc, and lunch Is served

rl I fronL 12 noon until 12:30: p. m. .

The/:,are then prepared for an Creative: effort In. .stressed and from this modest beginning Home ,

i, and afternoon'2:30: p. m.nap between 12:45: daya great painter might be born.. Budding artist Nencle Ilevan is

it seen putting the flnlNhlna touches to a landscape while
After Billy Harrington -
IT,. arising the kiddies area
drensod have crackers and milk Hlandt by ready to offer constructive criticism. .. VtatwLt ,; ... i '...,
u' before being dismissed to return \C

X# to their home, I New River News I ''.*,'' f r r

i Here U a typical dally menu .,
I by which the little men and NI1r .' ''
I By Jessie. Lee Lazfnby !M. L. 11
to women of tomorrow are fed at, JOHNS IS IN A FIX- I Ie
3 the nursery school: i[BIRTHDAY DINNER GOT TOO MANY 11ABY CHICKS "

q Liver with tomato gravy, mash. FOR MRS. KELLY In January M. L. Johns (New
ed potatoes, buttered cab River's chicken
green man )
Mrs. supreme
i1 Margaret Kelly celebrated
bags grated carrots, cancelled .
sandwiches an order
with a northern
milk and her 70 t h birthday anniversary ,
fruit cup. hatchery for 1,300 baby Ya afi M1
The Sunday having nff her guests at
purpose of the nursery chicks which had been booked to
e time her children ire and ,oL
school now attended by be shipped! to him In April. Hethen ta
MI's. Percy Kelly I of Winter
w pupils and the XT.other S. over pre-school is to maintain aged- Haven Grady Kelly of Talla- changed'800 chicks his mind from and another ordered \
S" their haaHee, Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly 4Ai
welfare men I and children of company. These arrived promptly
tal Lawley Mrs.
development and HOC In 1 stand, and were doing fine. Imagine
Ruby ,Hazen of
ante Gainesville Mrs.
at a

ti kt'' } The Starke maximum school Is one of 1.- of Roy New Tomlinson River. and Mr. Eustace Kelly his little surprise Georgia-Southern, however when combina the i ) .. ,.
800 and Mrs. Jim
now operating In the U. S. Adklnu of tion train stopped at New River
{ with Hampton joined thecrowd
attendance of the first of the week and the
V 45,000 to 50.000 in the afternoon to be with
11 pupils.TIIEKESSA. their. .. Pnc who -- -* >= :j', baby wh I &..elegho:. ; for Mr, "ts sk '
; was here for one ,iay only Johns! He' moaned that he was :e

4 i Hy Sin II. I). !May to Mrs Grady Kelly;: was unable already "chicken pore" and didn't
attend the birthday dinner because know what to do with these late
Mr. and Mrs. 1\[, Z. Sullivan of of sickness !In their herd of arrivals. Finally he decided that fP
Miami were visiting relative here cattle, but she baked a large and he would keep 700 of them and M A
{ over the week-end. beautiful birthday cake and sent let his brother Lacy Johns, have b, rr

k; Mrs. Alice Jones and sister husband.I It to the honored guest by her 600. The latter already had 600 Y c I 1. J.f .

Mrs. Mattie Hightower of :Miamiare about two weeks old. So he wired

I visiting their brother, I). J. The dinner was! nerved In the tho hatchery hla terms, which $ ;
Phillips, for a few days. large dining room of Mrs. Kelly's they gladly accepted. They bad ;

t' Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan home and there wall a big feast I refunded his money when he cancelled
of Starve are visiting Mr. and for all. I the order in January. These

s c' Mrs.Mr,C. Sullivan. "n'!\I"I.; ENTKRT.ttNMENT I IT new arrivals bring his flock to a
Mrs John Jordan and total of 1.50O. which he believes
c children visited \ SCHOOL, MAY 1 to
friends and relatives be a sufficient number of I
Ietis4 here Thursday afternoon. The G a n u s Brothers, well chicks for this year. In case baby .
k 1' Mrs. W. C. Rhoden known musicians will give a any
J''I.1 and Miss per one should ask you. ,
{ Thelma Rhoilen, of Starke were formance at the New River
"} visiting here Friday. School Friday night, May 1 at Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp were You can see and smile at Billy's nickel the
Miss Marjorie 8:30: o'clock. Admission will be visiting Mrs. Nora price was going down were
Hall was : Sap in you
shop p double-decker. How business
; ping In Starke Friday. children lOc, adults 25c. Brooker Sunday. But there's another kind adding useful new electric was it done? By good
j '.Limes Trlest I T. H. of double-decker can't appliances. : of the nation's electric com"panics. -
Sheppard haa
of Starke was M. H. Moody ha recently resigned hla you see-though Right nowfor a nickel management:
vial ng his father suf position at a day about -
here Saturday fered from Camp Blanding because you enjoy it month. By the productionof
vW are sinus trouble but Is of the long every Y ot all American families' their same planned
very and
sorry to 1 Irregular
1It11 report now able) to be working in his It's ia electric bill that wheels" ]that
the is the
Ruth Sibley very III with hours and ia now farming. jour fact that homes, play their radios power turning
strawberries which 1 run their '
mea des! at this writing. ing a bumper The are wistaria produce Mra. Annie Heraey of Starke Is the average price of househol electricity vacuum cleaners. turn out the guns to keep America {free
Mr crop.
Mildred visiting her
Cove U Burk of Green arbor In front of this Moody home daughter son-in-law and is about half of what it was 15 yean ago. For two nickels JIih
visiting her father. D. J. la a spectacular Mr. and Mrs. Frank a day, about J5 of
Phillips for a few days. IIcena complete Merrttt. "Wait a minute! you say. 1E the rates all American families
Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and cover of lovely purple clusters. Mr. and Mr.,, Martin Land of have been reduced that much operate lights;
son E. hasn't
C. Priest ia ,why radio cleaner
of Starke enlarging his Starke toaster percolator
..' father. J. J.were ZeIgler visiting, and slater her home by converting the back Rudolph were Andrew visiting Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. my bill been cut in half?" and washer. ..taRl 4.... .-
porch I
r Mrs J. D. Crlttla Sunday. room. a screened dining Frank Merritt states that dur- The answer' is, of course that you use That makes the electric nickel
ing the just atowean
month of March his fam more electricity than you used to. While about the' worlfs 155
biggest uble-
dr' l ) ec1ur1 ... ..
Gar 55505 .sagas .Lag II l I-1



Farmers Set Pace iv cinrriT fervor 'OFORn Unknown.You I
in War
INDIA Production Effort COI'-MTV.' FLOKU.". IV" IIAN.. are required to appear ea L
Edward : CKHV. May 4th. 1941. In the above named
NEWS ANALYSIS By C. Wayne Wm. T. Fields. Plaintiff, vs. Johnnie Court mill cause, wherein plaintiff t
LY Indecision ( L l .' / C Field, Defendant. Case No. seeks. illvorc itradfordCounty
1938. :'' publish this Order
Precedes Action ;In next Pf'u''rh; weekly Issues.
Expected on Bataan iY Nl'Tll'1TO APPEAR Witness my hand And orflolal seal
g Continuing a "maybe we'll do It. STATE OF F14JRIDA to: Johnnie at $arke, Klortdu. this March: 2.1....
Reverse and maybe we won't" attitude, India f. FI..hla. whose resident In Un 1943
Heaviest Single ; had kept Sir Stafford and known.You. (OFKKTAr SKAI) A.:1.: Thomas
d as Cripps A
are required' to on s Clerk of said Court. 3-tT 4t 4-11
Solid his associates in Churchill's missionon May 4th. 1942, In the aliuve appear named O. A tollrt..tlnll.! ,: Jaiknonvlll: Kla.Atty .
Present Front I
Leaders the anxious seat before they final Court and onus, wherein plaintiff I .
or seeks divorce. Hrmlfonl
ly decided to reject the projectedplan Telegraph shall publish this County Order I 1filli5i51QfBtliSEiRptlitOtClOlfifaS6ct180M! l i ia
Keep Production at High Peak for national government for In next four weekly !*..uWltnenH <>.. iY
India. my hand and official neat -
at Starke, Florida, this March S4th, Y
.. enemas la these ..1......, At the same time the powerful
.. are they
ITOR.!NOTE-iew"..a.a1P4,1.1.a.d ..* .......U, ef tale ...........) Pandit Nehru, past president of the ( SEAL. ) A..T. Thomas
..... 01 'Released by Western Newspaper TT"-.) All-India Aa Clerk of Said Court. 3.274t 4-17 t
congress temporizedonce
-( .t, 8 rwYa n. A Stephen! Jacksonville: Fla,
more with the announcementthat Alty. for Pit
India would resist invasion by 1 1eRR1
the Japanese "or ne ,.i
by any other invader
." IN rIR"I'IT ('01 HT. RntIIFORI) !
"ol'Ij'rv, FLOHIIttl. 1II4.NHenrletta !!.
ri The chronology of the whole affair "KKY.

: % showed its heavy and bitter By L. G. ELLIOTTThe supplies at fixed prices. In the Pacific L. Commander Plaintiff r a

_ L complexity. Britain, prior to the American farmer stands as Northwest and possibly in the dant.va Luther(.... No.R. Commander 1939. Defen 1. Jrsf ", 1 i iy''GSd
war, had offered India dominion status. a shining example to the world at Northeast, feeders are expected to ORDER OF ITHL1CATIOV: V/
then had renewed this offer large, and to Americans in all avail themselves of the CCC's offer AND NOTICE) To Afl'UAR I ,
; during the early days of warfare, walks of life In particular, of what of 100,000,000 bushels of wheat at STATK OF Klx>HH).V to: Luther
,4 e4'w n and when Sir Stafford can be done when demands for special prices for feeding purpose R. Commander whose residence In. '
Cripps was ,
still In the com belt, only a short corn
more and more effort are met
sent there
i % ____ _J the offer had remainedthe with the determination to "come crop this year will make it necessary I "
__ I same. through" despite all obstacles. The for feeders to resort to wheat AUTO PARTS .3 t
The finally presented plan called American farmer Is faced with production Farm Income which reached I t.

for Gen. Sir Archibald P. WaveU to goals representing Increases U.IOO.000.000 In 1941 Is expected USED TIRES, (WE II A V E t
J'Ms F ba t be supreme commander for conductof over last year's record to Increase approximately 25 YOUR SIZE), GENKKATOKS, And We Also Save You

the war under an Indian war cabinet crops of 8 per cent more corn, 7 per cent In 1942. Price ceilingsand AUTO GLASS!I CASH! FOR Money fly Giving Good :
per cent more milk 13 per cent other stabilising measures i
minister wouldbe
an Indian. Nehru had been scheduled more eggs 10 per cent more chick are expected to be established Leather and Quick .Ser
to take the defense ens, 14 per cent more hogs, and 8 at bleb enough levels to make tXXNUITION. vice. t
portfolio.The per cent more beef and veal. Crops pomlble this) Increase In Inoomr. ,,
+a sole point which had kept important as sources of oil show Many farmers are otuicln this Used' Autos $25 up

negotiations alive had been the In the largest percentages of increasein added Income to clear them. .
r /ISs dians' admission that with the enemy goals, led by peanuts with a 1S3: selves .f Indebtedness and to HASKINSAUTO All Urk Guaranteed

at their gates, it was a bad per cent increase and soy beans provide working capital. This
time with a 54 per cent Increase.Yet Is a sound program and one PARTS
to be quarreling with Mother
the American farmer is expected which will doubtless) have a stabilising North of Town on Road IS Electric Shoe Shop'I I
(tf Uu A.F.L. and C.I.O., appearing together on a publlo platform England a potentially powerful to and expects to Influence upon agriculture
time since the split In labor's ranks la 1939. William Green partner in the defense of India. meet the war-time demand for agricultural for many: :years to come. 1III1 III "

mt of the A.F.L..nd Philip Murray, president ef the C.I.O., are Mohammed Sli Jinnah leader of products.The The farmer is faced with the !

fief hands, aymboliilng the national labor unity which they 70,000,000 Moslems, complicated the expanded farm program Is same condition which is faced by
le. Paul V. McNutt, federal security administrator look. on. issue by contending that his people off to a good start despite unfavor- workers in industries who today are SINCLAIR PRODUCTS : j
were ready to fight if Britain would able weather conditions in many earning more than they have for
LABOR parts of the country, where continued many years that of having
: give a separate freedom. Gasoline Oils and
cold and rains have'delayed more money to spend and less op. ,
urtizin Fallsthe United FrontThe That tangled the whole issue, for preparing the soli and planting. Out- portunity to purchase things withit. F
Nehru, when Britain said the postwar put of many products has held up Merchants in rural districts WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING
faOant stand ot Amerl- A.F.L. and C.I.O. leaders for freedom would be coupled witha well during the winter and early: have reported a sales boom and this GIVE US A RING WE DELIVER t
Filipino forces cam to an the first time since 1938, had gotten provision for certain autonomous spring., The total number of livestock will doubtless continue as long as

ala in, the nation recorded together on the same platform at states hotly and angrily declared: and poultry on farms is the the merchants have merchandise to tr
reversal ever suffered Pittsburgh had pledged themselves largest on record Milk production r
teat sell.While
merlctn fore in a single to an unselfish and complete war ef "India has been united in slavery per cow and eggs laid per hundred II the actual cash farm Income H. E. TUCKER Agent
and we'll be united in freedom." hens, have exceeded<< all previous may not reach the peak vol.
ent with a foreign foe fort, and to produce all the things I For Sinclair
peaks for this time of year. ume of 1919, the buying power Refining Co.
of the fall of Bataan was America needed for victory. OIL: These statements are supported by based upon the index of prices

icker still when Secretary This united front was presentedat government statistics. Early ship farmers pay was nearly 30 per cent Phone 158 Starke, Fla. '
tlmion disclosed that'36,583 the time when labor was on By Inland RouteIt ments of fruit and vegetables have greater last year than In 1919 and P'INSURANCE

defenders, exhausted by the spot because of the effort in the had seemed that perhaps the also been higher and the acreage should continue far higher duringthe .

Dom disease and lack of congress to force the administrationto famous yachters' paradise, the Inland already planted to some crops suchas coming 12 months. Summing I
tomatoes and cabbage J.! about up the present farm picture, the
overwhelmed by a nu- abandon the 40 hour week
ere waterway from Philadelphia to 30 cent larger than in 1941. American farmer Is faced with (1)
; superior enemy. The doss' President Roosevelt had consider Florida, might become one of the The per outlook for livestock feeds Is increased production schedules (2) r AND-BONDS J ;

pier of the Bataan battle ably clarified the issue when he main eastern arteries of trade. extremely favorable as a consequence less help with which to produce it ; I Ir

i defenders lacking in air came out with a new plan, which Cartoonists showed small boats of a broad government Etabilizlng and (3) greater rewards for his
d completely battered,by let the hat sit on its .spot. efforts.
proper and providing ampleIV
sailing up down inside a stripof
easing waves of fresh, well- To prevent the proposed 48 hour
protective land while the U-boat HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant
i enemy troops and planes. week from being used as a wage- skippers gnashed their teeth outside, rnilNTY riHrilT'! FLOHIUtl SORT' BRAUPOHU IN CHAM. set 1942.Starke, Florida, thin March lilt, ii

n> declined to estimate the cutting plan, he asked labor to unable to get at them. ('KKV.rrmrlen (OFFICIAL ORAL) A. J. Thomas
of lap troops employed in consider a freezing of wages at K, Fried Plaintiff vn. A* Clerk of said. Court. 4-3 4t 4-24
Joseph Eastman, head of the defense I.llll Mae Fried, Defendant Cane. J R. llarrlnon, Jacksonville. Flu
l drive against Lieut. Gen. present levels on the basis of a 48 transportation, said he hd un- No. 1978.ORDKK. Atty for I'lf. Service Over 50 Years :; j' I
glit'i men. It had been es- hour week (which would give work. OF PUBLICATION: AND: I' 1
NOTICM TO AI'PKAR iv riitnir ro i'it'r, Rn tFOIIn 1 I
that approximately 220,000 ers their overtime for the duration) STATE OF FI.OIlll to: Mill oi\rv "" .O.IIU II IV t ILtV-:. : i
ere used In the Philippine but to withdraw their demands for Mae Fried, whop reHidetite In ltd ('.;UV. Please Phone 146 Starke
Ken- Mildred Harrington. Plaintiff, v.. I II
>cunt Avenue, Lexington j
double time for and holi
Sundays tuck y; Clayton Jl n r r I nation Defunclutlt.Cane :
tory; of the last-ditch stand days. You are requli'Kl' to appear on No. l'J7OKOIMl '. ,

n bland is one of the most One of the C.I.O. groups the United Court May 4th and, 1942 cause In wherein the above plaintiff named NOTICU( OP PPttLlOATIOV TO AI'l'KAIl: AND ;: : ll 'I I '

n history. Automobile Workers at the same s e e tee divorce llrailford County HTA'IK U)' FLORIDA. 10: Clnyton t '

cember 7. Jap bombers first moment had foregone the extra pay TolPSTaph in n\xt\ oa'e.rk'I'.lJi: :: ; this. Order Ht HarrlnKton I'..ul Utreet whose, Ourllnitton reHldcnee ,IH Ver 617 i I

t Luzon Air assaults wereIn except when these days constitutea Witness. my hand and official mont. Yr .. ; !
the first few weeks byp sixth or seventh working day, seal at Htarke. ]Florida thin. April You are required lo appear on r'
rei 4th. 1942.OFFICIAL. June 1st., 194J, In the above namedCourt .
landings at five locations which was a partial meeting of the n ( REAL) A .1. Thomas and cause, wherein plaintiff QI
stands Pushing on Manilath President's idea. yr As Clerk of sold. l court. 4-to 4t 5-1 n 0" kH dlvorf,*. Iiriidford, County (
It"rke.o'la.. Mhllll pnhllHll thin Older t
1" Frank I..ndrum. : Telegraph 9 I It
and south, they drove the The congress it wan thought a qY 4. Atty. for Pit. In neat four weekly |NNIIH.VltncHH t U
outnumbered defenders might be willing to go along with \ my hand and offlHul
IN'IRCOPV' ( ..1'1&' .. Rn tWFIIRII sent at 'Htarke! )'lurlda, thin April
mblng Manila after it had this plan, and certainly labor would .Oll'''NT V, KLOHIUAl IM (:11.\'II.tHY. 7th., 19U.'u.'lt.IAI..
elated an open city. The have no objection, particularly if it : REAL) A.I. Thomas I
erect Cavlte Mary t. Rowley Plaintiff VII Cl 1"0 As Clerk of said court 4.10 4t fi-1 Do Your
naval base and Trading
carried what Mr. Roosevelt hintedit U Rowlvy, Defendant. Can No. J H. llarrlnon JjiikHonvllle, Fla. \
on January 2. American would, a formal recognition of 1871 Atty. fur Pit.FREES I
pino troops withdrew toward ORDER OF PllBLICATtOM! where 6 Silverware
the 40-hour principal. S. a es AND NOTICF. TO APPEAR If Excess Acid causes pieces Rogers are
beiinning their history-mak. The President's plan was to have STATE OF FLORIDA: ClroI given away with every $40 in trade I
t Ten later Rowley, whose residence I Ie I 6 U you pa/n.of Stomach
days the
Japa- labor recognize the need of 48 hoursof Went 11th Street Chicago, IlllnolH. or certificates. .
unched a heavy frontal at- work to have all workers carryon You are required to appear on Ulcers Indigestion, Are Redeemed .
the Bataan May 4th, 1942. In the above namedCourt ,Belching,
defenders but UngCasHeartbum
for 40 hours at regular
pay per.
and cause wherein plaintiff i. Cash if SMITH'S GARAGE
pulsed. For weeks the bat- mit labor to work one more day at *_kn divorce and restoration of Nau.ea..t. />.. sample of UDGA You CnooM tl\:

ed back and forth. time and a half, but not to permit JOSEPH EASTMAN Telegraph Malden n a ball m .. publish Bradford this County OrderIn and a free Interesting booklet at 8TAIIHE, FLORIDA r

in March Lieut Gen. Mesamina the seventh day under,'any circum U-boat Uppers gnash lAcir Ittth. next four weekly luiurs.Wltnewt CAlirKNTKR'S DRUG STORE \ l
the Japanese com- stances. my hand and official seal Si I
der consideration a plan to hurl a i
committed suicide ss a re- William Green labor leader of theA.F.L..ld..lallor.
his fleet of the [ !,
failure to crush MacAr- was ''in 'accord of dredges Into part I

was succeeded b,. Lieut. wlth>,ithte! n.o' """ t waterway between Jacksonville and 1.:I
omoyuld yamashita. A low southern points, to increase its depth

Itr MacArthur was ordered .Rl/SSIANS/ ': \ from 8 to 11 feet. .., ,H I I i. I
aba The 11-foot depth exists all the '
and: '
lib!. was replaced. by, .Air.Victories way from Jacksonville north. President :. 1 I Ire!I;

wee comparatively, quiet Claiming more..than. 400 German Roosevelt said there are plenty ,.1 >:".<.

cki on March 28 and April plane*:shot down on the. east front of small shipyards which could ,. 1 .a :
repulsed On in of little than aweek. build wooden barges at a fast rate .'" (
April! 4 the thf.period at more I .e .
fan the all-out drive: ...:the Russians had given .figure to provide more bottoms for the 4.. \

& It was a ltuMln,' de- *. indicating that the Nazi spring sugar, gasoline and oil trade up and : I .

e military correspondent de.that drive ,in, ths) air was well underway down the .eastern coast ..u .

the defense ot Bataan ,."but that
ant "prodigious butchery In planet, added to the Russians' just.such a plan, be said. +
lives," taking a terrific tolL f .
severe air and nato own. ; were>
e. the Japs. It also re- The ,'British R.A.F. had been cooperating SALES TAX: .' ,f'I
I '
the advance to Australia un' on the other side of the Now Opposed /'I. \

commonwealth was able to front by bombing German supply Industries \ 1
H tip> itielf had President Roosevelt had revealedthat I
for war. and at the same time r
estimated that their bombing attacks even though the treasury wants L
IA and half billions by C I t i iH
: carried out by from 300 to to raise seven :
income and excise levies, I
de.lssue 400 big planes at a time, had destroyed
the supplies for five divi! he, personally,. is opposed to the
end more sales tax.
to believe' the Burmese The Russians, despite the setting In this stand he had been Joinedby v'1L ,

gn r of the Japanese to beth in of the spring thaw, which had immobilized union labor throughout the country I I b

one' and not just a .W -. both sides to a greater or the workers' believing the sales I j' ,.
Australia, the main target less degree were still on' the offensive tax unfair, as it would fall most r

er It Wai resistance of I with Berlin admitting now and heavily on the very poor, and in a ,

an airmen' and< navy men, or I then that the Russians had broken lesser degree In proportion to Income I

bad It was been the heavy rainfall through at several points.. on upward along the scale of ,,

a. much quieter all .. The Red air force's biggest bag living ladder. :
wb8e .
re picking up speed In of planes had run to more than 100 Many congressmen, however were [

BTltilb-estern: Paci1lc are... on a single day-hi fact on two days reporting that mall from their constituents ,; .

del had been forced to they had claimed 221. showed a growing favor. f

1 closer again In Burma, draw. Some of the heaviest aerial activity able reaction to the general sales VQualify :

to their Chinese! ala had been over the port of Mur tax on account o( Its huge potential ft :.

the American General Stnt. manak, 'on' one day 200 planes of yield and its more or less "pain.less" i .

Important north. That they were the Russians and the German having' character In that it would be

I bl: tee territory was engaged in dogfight over the paid by the people a few cents here i

troyed prospect that they harbor, while below them American and a few dollars there-without ,
and cement being un annual shattering blow of an
before wi0ndnwipg prop- and British supplies were the )
loaded. income levy. "
I troops Were described f' J I
Outnumbered e
3 to 1 on the NEW DEAL: I

evacuaUon and 10 to 1 In the air The New Deal. despite some opposition ([MISCELLANY: f : :

7 the BrlUlh of Rangoon, fol. here and there, notably in With war, Uncle Sam decides how much Coco-Cora can be .
aaddr withdrawal up the fields of taxation, profits and
the river were believed to labor, was winning victories. Washington: The War Production produced. Thai's enough to go 'round often, but not as often '
deliveries to
:fared way for board has cut gasoline
a drive by Particularly sweet to the White I
e eastern ward AX'a*! and Calcutta. House was the result of the fight filling stations In the East and West os in times of peace. Enjoy it. You'll find ;be quality exactly the
from 80
sa lbeheYed shore of the Bay over a senate effort to set a schedule coast curtailment areas per of retail dealers to keep
for profits on war contracts. cent to 66! per cent of the amounts same. We count upon the cooperation : I

er 10 the Japanese had the Many holders of contracts were' received previously.New ";

ind a, but attempt a real luv.. returning some excess profits and York President Rooievelt'S the five-cent price. '.. S

era beadln8 certain It s that arrangements bad been made to tax navy lieutenant son Franklin Junior COMPANY IV :
that way more them out of most of such money bad been down with a sever OTTUO UMBIt AWtMOtlTf OP Tat COCA-COl carries 11

a Leo they were moving whether paid to employees as ca;. of bronchitis at a naval hospital. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. i 4 I

bonuses or not .





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: : .ItritI! SERVICES
SIX Re. A. B. Il.b.foo Paste*
Stili N. Wsl.t Street :

i ., : Kathleen Norris Says :: k. Church Morning School Worship 8:45: 11:00 A. M.A. M.

,,.. 1OO P. lIt.
llrc INCHSERMON Rven'ingrVVorshl'p; 8:00 P. M.
Wednesday Worship 8:00: P. M.
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Most Divorces Are Failures . &' : IN = e
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4JJ FIRST MIo'I'.UfU'J'1' i
Rev. U. C. P........ _.*...
(IBeU Syndlcate-WNU Service.) I I Street -
+ WASHINGTONWashington. 130: N. Chores '
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M. ;
8-$ I Church Hrhool 10:00: A.
Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. .
l Young People 7:00: P. M.
NWNS-A'' ROBERT H. HARPER Evening Worship 8:00: P. M.
D. C. ( I RBV.
Wednesday Worship 8:00: P. U.nP. .
freezing of our whole economic system )'t ,

including wages of labor Growing Tension With Foist Lead !WAHK EPISCOPAL. t '
profits of corporations, prices to the lacy Kred y.r..... Hector
consumer and rents is now under. er. :tHM N. C........ Street. .
stood to be getting serious consideration Lesson For 'April 19: Luke 11:31. Church School 10:00: A. U.und.y : I
$ Worship 11:00 A. )I.
40 SS-54.
here and has been a subjectof Sunday Rvenlnsr 7:30 P. M. _ i 7 J -
considerable discussion by cabinet Golden Text: Lute 11:21. Friday Evenl" 7SO P. M. .'
members and the President. The course of an Individual who Holy Days 10:00 A. M.

The present system of issuing begin with indifference toward 2?

separate orders from the omce of Jesus and ends In final rejection of FIH"T PRRSBTTEIIIAJI : a
Administration to put ceilingson of the Pharisees Re. Chile. M. Allen, renter
fl\t Price him Is like that North. Cherry. St. 1
individual items which seem to who began with criticism tried Church H48 flohool 10:00: A. M. _

; be getting out of line although effective I again and again to entangle the Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. Ii

so far as it goes has not Master with cunning Questions and Senior Crusades 8:00: P. M. ?( ;,

prevented general Inflation and it finally denounced him before Pi Evening Intermediate.Worship Youth 7:00:6:00 P.P.M.M. j1 Ull

is agreed here that some overall late's judgment eat .- ,
control is needed to do the job. The criticism of the Phariseesthat ST. HOWARD' OATHOI.IC ,

Requests for voluntary controls -Jesus "bad not first bathed R... Thee. J. Msrpbr P..t.rFrmtflm ,
on some prices have not himself before dinner" he turned to A..... '

I' worked oat satisfactorily. Indicating good account as be stressed the primary Early Mans 11:00: A. M. l-

; that a formal mandatory need of clean hearts He then Sunday I Mae)lTlae 9:00 Services: A. M.

method of governing prices denounced the Pharisees as hypo Week Day Mass 8:00: A. M.
and wages Is necessary to prevent crites who tithed even little garden

the dollar from decreasing plants but passed "over justice and GOCPEI, TAIIERNACLEMr. i

greatly In Its value to the con- love of God" One of the lawyers end Mr". J. T. Uelsjlrr NpoBsors)
sumer. "scribes" who were versed In ec Hunday Service 7:30 P. :M.
This is made evident by figures clesiastical law. was told that he FridaY Service 7:80: P.. ,C

compiled by the department of commerce and his fellows were accustomedto I irinrrip eoITn1an4lPonI" ) it
which show that for the nine load the people with grievous counTy, FLOKIDAI IN CHAN- Menu Inspiration-Strawberries in Seasn

months from March to December of burdens which they themselves ('ERr. (See Recipes Below)

1941. prices on uncontrolled items would not touch with one of their John Ella Byrd Zlnkland.Zlnklanil Defendant, Plaintiff Case No.vs.:

rose 18 per cent while prices on fingers. Further Jesus said they I 1289 Strawberry Doings
controlled items rose less than 1 built the tombs of the prophets ORDER OF PUBLICATION This Week's Men

cent. On goods for which vol. their fathers killed, and Indicated AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR -
per whom STATE OP FLORIDA to: John Once again this red bright berry;
IH untary controls were asked prices that they failed to follow Zlnkland whose reuldence Is 1228 Baked Sparwlbi
IHI rose just as much as on those for in the footsteps of the prophets.As Kant Kelly Street Indianapolis, Is coming Into its own, as strawberries ,Browned Potatou!

which no controls were asked indicating Jesus was leaving the place. Indiana. dot the 'Stewed
You are required to appear on
that voluntary plans are the scribes and Pharisees jostled May 4th.. 1942 In the above named tIIllIlIlIliIIIIItilIIiIIIili? markets in this Lettuce Salad V
practically useless as a means of him. and tried to provoke him Into Court and cause wherein plaintiff fflftiai41jIIl spring unto sum with

controlling prices. damaging utterances. But never seeks divorce and restoration of _% mer season. For French Dressing
Stating its views on this subject afterward they Maiden Name. Bradford County Bread and Butter
once. then or were Telegraph shall publish this Orderin '-4 the lilt that It
department of commerce reportsaid able to provoke Jesus to say any. next four weekly Issues. L""- gives to. foods In Strawberry Shortnb]
: thing: that/ would substantiate the Witness my hand and official Deal. ) Recipes Given.
I wee> giaJ to com home from Mexico, but I faced grtat unpleaumlntu Ittitttn "Experience to date suggests formal base charges they eventually at Starke Florida, this :March list.. I'which: ;you use It,
Mother wanted to place mo in m school that tot almost itt c. 1942. for the harmony
_ my parent. control over key prices only is brought against him. .. .
''in* one hundred dollar s month that my Jalhtr mu paying for m*. Inadequate to prevent a general Two things may be noted about ( Clerk of said: Court. 4-3 4t 4-24 I' with .which.it Strawberry M>_

price rise Widespread regulation this .lesson-the emphasis which Sidney C. Ka., Jacksonville, Fla. combines with (Serves 6))

I By KATHLEEN NORRIS IT ISN'T FAIR at both wholesale and retaU seems Jesus places' upon inner purity and Atty. for Pit other foods, and for its own natural 1J4 cops crashed slrawh

% .4.tt. \ \ THAT can I say to my required in the absence of a more the warning which may be drawn goodness, the strawberry; rates a 1 cap thick cream. wU
bad when L.V rmcriT COURT BRAHFORDroiNTV
Divorce it
that will enough stringent fiscal restraint. from the growing hostility of false column by itself. 2 egg whites well bctla)
I mother FLOHIUAl IN ('tIAN.Betty j
I \A/ there are no children to be The administration Is known to leaders against an attitude of in- CKR I'. Pinc3.ofsalt

1 make her stop knock-- considered. But it simply isn't feel that much could be done to difference'-toward Jesus. He thatIs Uaarnett Wlrt Mattox.'Plaintiff honey Strawberry Jelly.
Susan prevent Inflation if congress wouldass not' with Jesus la against him. VH. Porter I. Mattox. Defen- H cop sugar
? dad? asks Kathleen Norris to 2tt cops strawberry Juice
ing my dant. 'nB
: fair, < No. 1979.
t't says Into
> heavy tax: legislation to go whether be be merely Indifferent or Combine sugar and en
::3 1 who: lives in St. Paul. "Mother deprive a child oJ the normal 0 effect Immediately for collecting openly hostile to him. ANn ORDER NOTICK OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR 1 cap honey and stir\ until sugar is i

jr and Dad were divorced six home life he needs just because much of the increased: wages going STAT OF FLORIDA to: PorterL. 2'/4 caps sugar Fold sweetened fruit bit
to labor and the increased profits ITHR ClRCl'lT) COfRT HI AMDKOIl Mattox whose residence I.. 610Jefferson 1 package<<: dry pectin
years ago, when I was 10. things may not be run But HHAItPOIIII" (COUNTY Till ..treet, Alexandria, Va. whipped cream. Fold 1111
::1 I she first told that ning as smoothly at he moment being made by corporations. NTATH (>(' FI.OHIUA. You are required to appear on Crush strawberries and drain beaten egg whites and miij
When me with an election approaching it Notice IK hereby given that on May 4th., 1943<< In the above named through Jelly bag without cook- !
she was leaving my father an you want them to. doesn't look as if congress is going the 2nd day of Way A. 1)>>. 1942 at Court and cause wherein plaintiff fruit and cream. Pour Into
Successful marriage has always to be in any hurry about putting 10 o'clock A. M., or nil Boon th..re> seeks divorce and restoration of ing.: Measure juice add pectin and frigerator tray or mold fort|
and going to marry a man I after RH same can be heard, the maiden name. Bradford County place over hottest fire. Bring to a
I been based on ,dllingcomprl'mhe through tax: legislation. Hence inderslftneil Intend to apply to the Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn until firm.
will call Sam, Mother said and aljtu.rr..nt.anti some other plan is needed at once Honorable A. Z. Artklnw, a Judge next four weekly Issues, full rolling boil. Add honey and No round-up of strawbe ,

she still loved Dad that to curb inflation and the answer (>r the Circuit Court at bin office In Witness my hand and official neat sugar and again bring to a full boil.. is complete without i a isp.ti
i parents must think of may be an overall control of all Starke Klortda fur an order authorlaln& at Starke, Florida this April 1st., Continue boiling for H minute. Remove pes
undersigned to 1942.OFFICIAL: crow* that
0 the adopt
4( often going to see (
; we were their children r.s ircll as themselves jusiness transactions.The klluhafl 4bSne Thonipnon, a minor.Mr. ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs from fire skim pour into sterilized ot Ice-era]
him; it was only that she u-lien, they consider divorce. Canadian plan of freezing Alason W. Morrow CI..fof\ said Court. 4.3 4t 4-24 jelly glasses and seal.
that coal >Itti
that Mm. Loulne Williams Morrow. Charles Miller. Jacksonville. Flor-
but with a provision
loved Sam more. A child's is wages ida. You will be allowed extra
happiness the (.3 4t 4-24 Atty. for Pit. sugar puddinf i
adjustments be allowed If general -
wj However .complications: aroee. too big a price to pay for a cost of living rises, is knownto for canning In spite of the sugar rationing you mad!

For a few months I was left with little sell-indulgence./ have been studied in detail and I Political AnnouncementsFOIl I so do not be concerned over morning. | t

k; my father and his sister my Aunt may be recommended as the. most the amount of sugar called for in i one will

Ann. Aunt Ann has two children coin Susan is protecting her. I satisfactory plan for controlling Iabor's this recipe. turn your

: .. about my age and I was very happy know that If I suggested to Susan pay. HKPIIK!>K.\TATIVK: FOIL COt"NTY fOMMISSIO.NERUIMTRICT Strawberry Marmalade. dessert Ir

there. Then Mother and Sam came that by quietly moving to her fa. A limitation on profits of corporations I hereby announce myself a Candidate 4 (Makes 12 .6-ounce. glasses) party-mannered one to chI!
for Representative to the To the Voters
fP home, and great was my excitement ther's home and bidding her motheran to 6 per cent has been discussed State efrlltttura. from Bradford District of Number County Four Commissioner 1 quart strawberries as. you would. an heirloom:
: because they were going to take many times and it is cer- will and
) affectionate: farewell she wouldbe County subject to the of the Comprising Graham, Hampton 2
me to Mexico with them. We stayed aln that if wages are contrnlledthe r'61 In the Democratic Primary, Theresas., Preolncts, : I hereby announce oranges Strawberry Sauce.
doing the fairestthing possible profits of corporations will be May ; 1942. If elected I promise my Candidacy for electionto 2 lemons 1 quart strawberries
I a year and during that t'rne: my she wouldn't pay the slightest attention limited at the same time. faithfully to make every effort to the Office of County Commissioner !i cap water to tide
mother became so angry when I see that Kradfurd County and all District Number Four subject Powdered sugar
of cousins At first most of the discussion on of Its citizensreceive adequate to the will of the Voters In 1 cups sugar Grated rind of one sr
spoke of Aunt Ann or my Her mother has hurt her in every these subjects revolved around control representation in this important the Democratic Primaries In May. '% bottle fruit pecfti of time juice
that I stopped mentioning them. lawmaking body If elected I promise to continue Few dr jim
way; robbed her of her father and only in war production industries to
"About that time It seems Aunt Sincerely Klve. my best efforts to the office. Remove peel from oranges and 4 tablespoons currant ,
her home strange man but it is now felt that such J. Jake nOBEHTS.
; put a young P. ( ) The vote and active support of all
Ann #nd my father sold some furni- In that father's place, refused to letSusan' control should apply to non-war Industry voter. In the District will be ap lemons and cut oft white mem 1 cup whipping cream

ture..and some books that Motherthought also to avoid putting war FOIl .HKI'HKSK.NTATIVKI : preciated. brane. Put peels through a food Stem and wash strawbenietl
father otTer solution
own any hereby announce my candidacy T, C Chastain.
were rightfully hers, and to the school problem, and neglected production in the position of being for re-eltiotlon to the office of chopper. Add water and bring to them and sweeten to taste wilh|
J that' began It. Alter that she enter. less attractive to both labor and Itepresentative to the State Legl.- FOR COI'NTY ('OWMISMIONERDISTRICT : boiling. Cover and simmer 10 min crl
Susan for days at a time. dered sugars Sprinkle
lature Bradford nub-
capital than non-essential industry. from County 5
l tamed all her friends with long accounts What I do suggest, therefore, is a At the preaent time average led to the will of the voters In I hereby announce my candidacy utes. Add orange and lemon pulp and lime juice over berT
of my father's and my aunts the Democratic primary. May 5, for election to the office of County and juice. Simmer 20 minutes. Add I the currant Jelly 1 tea
k. compromise. I suggest that Susan wages are higher than they 1942. Commissioner of stir *
_t peculiarities. 'No Smith was ever have a talk with her father and ask have ever been In this country 1 solicit the vote and support. of River and Brooker District Precincts Five,, sub New crushed strawberries. You should a fork. Beat the cream i sid

I honoft, That's the Smith temper com him to pay her expenses as a board. and profits el corporations In all of the qualified voters In the ,ject to the will of the Democratic. have 4 cups. of fruit To this add in carefully to the strawberrrj
ing out In her. Nobody knows how spite ef high taxes showed abig County promisIng elected to voters In the Primaries In :May. I the sugar. Bring to a boil and boll
er at the extravagant school for continue my best. efforts In behalfof solicit the vote and active support ture. Serve over
,. 4'f? cruel l John Smith can be. Nobody the next half-term. From school let Increase In 1941 as compared the County and the Stat. atlarge of all the voters In the district, 5 minutes. Remove from heat, stir pudding. .
,' knows what I went doctor with 1940. promising If elected to continue to in
through. My pectin. Let stand 5 minutes. Sis
her spend sa many holidays as she Control of all prices Is said by .- I"" GEORGE: H. INMAN give > best efforts the Then there's shortcake
told me It was divorce or insanity. fare O'r the .ndth onel; Skim.- Seal in hot sterilized glasses.
can with her father and after the he Office.,of Price Administrationto district .so good as slivered or J

I think John' wasn't quite half-term quietly move to his house. require) no new legislation, the FOIl CotMTY? COMMISSIONER at .larsre, M. O. Ilarrell. U you want to ride the cri,ot strawberries spooned "
in hi. head. .
1 right A Commoa Tragedy.But oMc. now having the authority to VDIBTHICT 1 popularity with family or guests biscuits slit and buttered:
'y ,, Faced Va pie....""" enforce* ,ceiling prices on any or 1 hereby announce myself a then
arm .
eatulldat. yourself
how can mothers so completely tor, the office of County FOR flrHOOt BOARD Strawberry Sh.m''
I : "I 'ecu lonesome in Mexico and aU products. It It wished, the OPA Commissioner( for District ,No. 1 District. N.. S with a fewstrawberries '
overlook the welfare of their children could issue an order that all wholesale (LawteyBJutrlct) subject to the I wish. to announce my candidacy (Serves.4 ..
( glad to come tome but when we and sacrifice their lives so and retail prices be limited to wfli of the qualified electors of for election as a member of the a 5 caps flour
4 did home It to face this district. Promising, If elected, School Board from bit of
get was great District No. 1 sugar aa ,
cheerfully? It is going on all the the maximum price at which they 1 tablespoon sugar
i* that I will tat all times work forth subject to the will of the voter
unpleasantness between my father sold certain best Interest of district and In the Democratic egg beater and baking
time everywhere this disruption of were on a specifieddate. my Primary, :May 6, I teaspoon
1 ( and mother. Father was paying homes and demoralization of girls tbe countjffl'as. a whole. I will appreciate 142. Due to the lateness of the old faithful the :
$100 month for but the school your vote and support. season and the scarcity of farm
a me. and bo,.. If marriages are childless Congressmen back from trips to Slno ; labor 1 will not bt able to make refrigerator and H teaspoon salt

In which Mother wanted to place me that is one thing, and divorce their home sections realize that 'T.IYt. Blackburn. a personal canvas of the 'voters in no time at all 4 tablespoons fat
COlt almost twice: that excluding1 the people are demanding more : but If honored with election to this you will, have a
however is .
4. :*trs.. and she tried to get a court rtgrettable. not quite stringent control over labor and the FOR COUNTY', COMMISSIONER 'for office the I sincerely best illt"r..t.f premise to work perfect dessertfor :Mix: and sift dry: Ingredlenttj
the same sort of tragedy. But when DISTRICT 1 all the
of the 40-hour week law.but lw
order) for a larger allowance. repeal school ot ItrtpdFOR fat into mixture using
I take this method of announc- : lunch or dinner or afternoon
there'are children to love and build Un YkOOIUD
"My father's home Is ten miles out ,in ispiia of /ofpressure ,ptbllc'cptnIon. Inc my. candidacy for election to refreshment: Add milk gradually to make'dqugh.
for and establish in normal attitudes members of are Dfitce *
many congress the of County: Commissionerof floured bow
{ of town and the Toss on
quite near school. toward the serious business> of I living, extremely wary about such legislation District Number I, Lawtey Pre- SCHOOL BOARD W
L so I could live with him. but Mother for they feel that its effects nlnct, subject to the Democratic District No. 1 lightly to -inch thickness. |
then It Is simply extraordinary thatso 113I
.4 'wont hear of It. She told dearest Primaries In JoIl.i I will appreciate I hereby announce myself can a biscuit cutter and bake
my not be clearly understood by
I may:: :: i
the ve of
many good women can convince support the didate for election aa member. of Lynn Says: : (
friend that. my father was so themselves that it Is "really the people qualified voters In my district, the School Board from District No. I buttered pan In a hot
close with money that nobody could Sen. Elbert D. Thomas, In dlscuss- promising. ; Tf elected to rive my 1, comprising North Starke and I oven for 12 minutes UflU''
better for all concerned" to breakup best services to my district and 1-a.wtey. subject to the will of the Honey Hints: With increased butter
get along with him. and that cost lag the subject recently warned the County at voters In golden brown. Split,
the Democratic
,' me a scene with, my mother and a the right .and natural relation that the abolishment of the 40-hour large.P.. D. Reddish. of May. 5. If elected. I promise primary to use cf honey in prospect you will with crushed or slivered. IwH'

crying spell. ship. i week at this time of rising prices work for the best Interests of all want to learn to use it most eco fruit. Replace top and ,pool M!
.',l Some years ago I was patting the "would mean the return to sweatshop FOR COI'ITY COMMISSIONER" the schools In Bradford County. nomically. Honey is different that J"
I "Don't you think that when a man Your vote and active support fruit on top. Be sure
doorway of hospital when hours and He pointedout are
a room an pay District N* :2 chemically from am
and a woman decide on a divorcethe 'extremely pretty married that organized labor would not To The- Democratic Voters of respectfully solicited. sugar so followall the sugar stand on the
woman LORENZO D.
least they can do is to County Commissioner District Num- GREEN. amounts given in recipes before
spare I suffer by such legislation since it half an hour or
exactly IT months called to to her :
me comprisIng Precinct Number
their children from taking sides Is protected by union contracts. The : carefully for best results. They
Two (NorthHIarkejr Spareribs
I come'in and see her. While congratulating : FOR BCHOOL BOARD>> Baked
( Incidentally my mother and her husband 40.000,000 factory and office workers 1 am taking this method of announcing District N. 1 have been tested to give :you the Serves 6))
r' now quarrel a great deal; he her upon the arrival of anne who are not organized and cannot my candidacy for County I hereby announce myself a can'dulate necessary correctness in cooking.To (
baby boy I spoke of the father's Commissioner oC District Number for re-election as a mem 3 to 4 pounds of 'P''
take of themselves he Place
:ia 34 and she 1s 37 care pointed Two measure honey
; they go out almost subject to your vote In the ber of the Board of Publlo Instruc use a anr
every evening and often for pride in the new arrivaL out. are the ones who would be Democratic Primaries In May.. lion District: No. 1 (Lawteyand greased or a moist cup so it will in a roasting pan. Pow
Hurt by getting rid of the Fair Labor Believing that my past Startle.) to tr. bake w
"Oh. George she said, smiling exper Subject the will of following sauce and
week-ends, and leave me to home- Standards ience of eight years In this capacity qualified electors In the Primary pour out readily to the last drop.A '
act. wcasionally
work and the radio. That Is why and flushing. 1 don't believe he'll Other find lot of from -1933 to 11I(0 Inclusive Election to be heM In May. greasing brush :is an economical grees for 2 to 3 hours
come to see him. You congressmen a qualifies me for this Important of- Pledging In return the with the sauce.
see we're same
I getting
Mother to
me to go awa> to the pressure for scrapping the 40- rice I am respectfully soliciting courteous services I have rendered way grease the cup. In soy>
school. I know I will never be divorced a divorce, and he said he was hour week law is brought by people your active Support and vote. In the past, your vote and supportwill measuring spoonfuls honey. Sauce: Combine cup

for no matter what my husband afraid he'd grow fond of him. He who think the discussion Is over the If P: ';'I'IdOfl the promise district to and give the to bo highly appreciated. dip the spoon first into cooking % cup honey. 1 level teasPd cbC J
Respectfully fOCI
did I would forgive him, but loves children. whether labor should be permittedto county-at-larce. fair and Impartial S.
if ever I did you may be lure that And seeing my consternation she work more than 40 hours a week. service. fore dipping in honey .

my children will rover hear me say added pleasantly "No one could Actually it Is concerned entirely -I.. X. CONNER. FOR !SCHOOL BOARD Keep liquid honey In ,a, warm Stewed Tomatoes.
with whether the workers
tog anything of their father live with George of course lies should FOR CO1Y'TVCOhIiIlS9IOqEfl (Serves 6))
that ia Dlstrtet No. II place, about 75 degrees or over.
i not kind and generous." I, actually out of his head most of continue to b4I pstld a higher hourly I STRICT a I wish to announce that I will Avoid 1 can tomatoes (N0. tal
hereby damp places of
rate for the hours which: they do announce my candidacy be a candidate for the office of storage.
:. SUMO Protects Mother. the time work over 40 each week. In most for re-.I..ctlon to the Office of member of the Board of Public Instruction Comb honey is better kept at 1 tablespoon butter

The injustice of a case like She married again in a few war production industries the men Countye..mh'slon.r.1, North Starke ,Precinct.District Number subJect ing Hampton from District Graham 3, compris Brookerand room temperature rather than in Salt sad pepper

Susan's la this: she Is reluctant months; the new husband it seems, already are working 48 or S3 hours to the Democratic Primaries New River. If honored with the refrigerator. H teaspoon sugar
to Is so rigid a disciplinarian that be. a week but under the law are being in May. e continue to bread cubed:
perform To 1 slice ,
hurt her I solicit 'the vote ndJttlI\n: \ liquefy honey that has
mother to leave and -
her moth.er' support granulated
ti fore the first child of this second paid time and a half for each my a businesslikemanner
: of all of the nii.lirlfl,ri wfi... in in salt. I ptf
house and perhaps expose her marriage was born the wife was hour they work over 40. said District. promising if i"f--'elected; i enemy to and the give further my up-bulldlna time and water a bowl of warm Heat tomatoes, add i B

to criticism or blame among her obliged to see her small son disgraced to continue my best efforts In b.-i of our schools Your vote and continued just warm enough for a butter and'sugar. Fold
4p friends. Susan doesn't want to give and punished in TKALN SCHEDULE a half, large 0' the. district and the County support will bo appreciated. hand and leave in unW all crys bread and as soon II III "
a !J
any one a chance to that she way Southbound I O. <., KELLY. IsIs have dissolved. \iZfl1 ;edHte
say that would have done credit to Mr. W. Mitch Ed 'ar<1.1 thoroughly serve
,r was unhappy with her mother. Otherwise Murdstone himself. Her Local due Starke 11:15: P. M. FOR SCHOOL Cakes made with honey taste small sauce dishes Cricket. |
new mate BOARD
she could to her .. .. .. FOR COfXTY COMMISSIONER: .. different from cakes made a
go father at- was angry when his own child: 9:24: A. M. IMVrHICT II Dletrlet No. a with may be used in place

tend the desirable school build a turned out to be a daughter and Miami 10:43: P. M. I wish to announce my eandldaoy ,' didate I hereby for member announce of myself School a Board can sugar' and seem less light and crumbs.

new life for herself as his closest presently the little Northbound for el..etlon to the office of for District Three comprlelnsr New fluffy when baked. But the cakes al;.
stepson was sent County (Commissioner of District Brooker, Orahara and will be moist Ii'. .**><
companion and Hamp would
L housekeeper. Number I.e'u flavorful and nice // "
to Local due Starke Three South you
boarding school was taken ill. 6:21: P. ).t. Starke pre to the Democratic Primary I ipn '
Susan in other cinct. subject, to the will of the In textured If you let them stand riott ox 1157 o/ the r"
words. Is treatingwith went to his adoring grandmotherand Jax & beyond due 6:21: P. M. In the May. As I have had four "!
Democratic '
voters Primaries from ftore problems
years experience on the Board I a dayto three limn ur
generosity and kindness the so got back Into his father's Petersburg, Va., I solicit the active sup feel myself qualified to serve the days to age went expert mdvlct, ttoeChamber. :(
( mother who baa never shown her hands. And the port and the vote of all qualified far better than before ,properly. ... '''',
much criticised beyond due ____ 3:28: P. M. voters In .said ellstrlct. people if and Place .. V**" ? N. '
4.- t', the slightest consideration. Instead George has proved to be an excel- SUrke and Bell branch 101 It el.tll4 J p..1ee to continue BO. elected I will endeavor to do for honey jar in warm water HO South De t fai"' e' Std

$ V of repaying that mother" in her own lent father. leaves 7 A. M. No. 101 arrives to t.re.t give may District best efforts to-the In- .Will highly appreciate your Tote about 10 minutes 'before us IUIo'' 1'1_' eieetowtsurr" '. .
Tbreu ing. 'JII"
: and the aad I'"
1SO: P. 3.!. dally except Sun *Y'. Coeuty large. ,support.Respectfully.. ,. '-"''..-. P' *..".,
,. It: WTIW. ,EDDIJ11'I., urvna. (Itsisased bIr


I r try American Asked To Pledge Regular Purchase Of Bonds- ; 'I'' I

,I Deeds Filed Every loyal American is being asked to sign a pledge for the regular 1

SUCCESSFUL Nolla Dr. W.D. Middleton E. Middleton, to and Julia wife Albert systematic purchase of Defense Savings Bonds or Stamps. The cam- i

single, March 31 paign is now being conducted in Bradford
; Etta Cannon e> in County and below is a reproduction -
PARENTHOOD widow, to C. B. Cannon, of the
April 7; C. B. Cannon and Mrs. pledge that every American is expected to sign no

C. B. Cannon to W. Hal Edwards, [ HEALTHAyAKTIE matter how small the amount. Also shown is a table giving the K

Jr., April 7; W. H. Andrews and amount that should be pledged by the different
wife, Myrette Andrews, J. A. An- M'OOVgRN income groups. :

. |r MRS. .CATBZBDIE! COIOUIO EDWABT)*. drews and wife, Nlta Andrews, J f
to W. H. (Hal) Edwards, Jr..
AMOcfcrte. : Editor, toraato' ICata.IM April 7; John W. George and I"" '

wife, Allie Mae George, to Lorin '.
LISTENING TO THE RADIO Brown and wife See Your Doctor First ftt
Ida Brown, i !
My office Ales contain
records: ,
L than to these doleful April 31; Laura Wilson and husband of more thin 10,000 men, women ..- ,I'
of tales
discussion amuse- which E. L,. Wilson, of Clay County end children who have ,
subscribed I
K together give such a wrong Idea of the pleas .
can enjoy mention the I Ie ant gay secure) companionship to S. E. Sparks. and wife, during the past 25 :years to the Me- "
I i
( didn't
lei we because these I marriage usually is. Lula Sparks April 6: Board of Govern method of exercise. They "t f
I the radio such controversial I Of course the problem Is an In. Public Instruction to Joseph W. come from all walks of lite; rich, I .,,, T :J, "
tot? dividual one and parents must decide Prevatt, April 8; J. H. Bitch and poor and in-between. They repre Mr'T }., ,
I tmoahitat( byareferringIetS what their children can take In Isabel Ritch, his wife, of Duval fat sent, thin every and type of physical form; : ,
normal. '
their stride and what overexcites County, to W H. Edwards Jr. They. vary In r
ages from eight to + j 1
eighty. The
at the radio them. .But:. I wonder if 7 stories ,1
look some of April ; State of Florida (Tax contained in those ,f
view of a mother the effects: this mother mentions, certificates records are : eFt fI
tot of that No. S3 430, 432) to fascinating but they'do not interest a ,
fI M. "in the late afternoonare is. eating and being wake F. M. me ,
: Packham April 6; Trustees nearly so deeply as another lista Sw- '
turned over to so- ful, might not come partly from the list \ a ,
By dinn air of controversy the situation has I of the Internal ImprovementFund containing the names of .
Mn's programs. those
< came to the
of the State gymnasium
children are so excited produced between her and the chile Florida to for( consultation I.,'
n they can scarcely eat dren. You know ;yourself how a to T. M. Stephens, April 11; Trus-' Hardly but never returned.
most Impossible to set misunderstanding takes one's appe. tees bf the Internal Improvement i visit from a day passes without a 1
man who tells
Jeep on time" tlte.Perhaps P'und of the State of Florida to that he wants to get a little me ,,.m,,. .
roa I agree with this mother the greatest lure these Jeannette H. Simmons, of Jacksonville cise. He will say that he isn't exer quite 1f
'children's programs are programs have for children is that April 11. lit, that he's a bit sluggish, or has f
ch noise and for nervous they,. represent something their I lost his pep He felt great during
youngsters they friends are allowed and they can't
strung his
college days when he 451 I
However. bear to be left out. So for Ritz CafeChanges was get-
real problem. parents ting lots of exercise and he knows I
ide our own tastes, it may who find that the "children's hour" that a "course of sprouts" will
ta over-emphasize their leaves their family in an uproar we HandsThe him back on his feet again. When put
harmful effects. It has suggest a compromise. Why not I question him I discover ,
i that few children are af- let the children choose the one pro. Ritz Cafe (George's Spa- basn't seen a doctor for that he .

the suspenseful incidents I gram they like best and listen to it ghetti House) has again changed Such a man may be sure that years.ex- : ,"lil .
hey seem to derive some- regularly with ;your interested approval hands, effective May 1. Mrs. ercise will be beneficial, but I'm ;: I' 'Hw '. 'j
r need in their otherwise Talk it over with them Marble Lloyd and her mother, not. I am well aware that in most I
9b j lives from these hair-' afterwards-talk Is the best safety Mrs. Lillie Price, both of DeLand cases exercise is desirable but I If f
Besides, chil- valve for excitement. w
ventures. see no reason for
have working in the
h> the comforting knowl- Then, for their part of the bar. In the Ritz since April dark. I can understand how t +"ur : 'i it 1
| the hero will always be gain, refrain from listening to the 1, looking over every detail of man who has been active for any : 1 aa .
others. But since it works better the business with a view to making loathes a suggestion that he ;years is seey. ,

h4 ger of prohibiting listen- with children to offer them something an outright purchase, of tbe longer capable 'of doing what he no v ,, .I
Idren's programs is that to take the place of what ;you place May 1. could do with ease 20 years ago He r- Z gs5fe ,., ". '
nay turn to even more are denying them rather than leave The thinks the "slow and easy" slogan 1
purchase price for stock y
i adult(are. Once I asked the feeling of prohibition strong in i\ sissy stuff. He doesn't need a : eyy.1A u- r
and fixtures
ear-old what her favoritegram their minds, spend the rest of the Lloyd said, was doctor to tell him what to do. What \
was. She told me hour doing something with them 16,000, while the rent will be $75 happen. in these cases: will always jScS S / ,
doctor wouldn't allow her which they particularly enjoy. If per month until around Nov. 1, remain a mystery. Many of them 1 ss' -- I''
adventure stories but :you aren't too busy: with the evening after which it. will be $100 per I suppose, decide to'get their exer i '.
e jut loved "Susan's Sor- meal at that time I should suggest month. They bought from George cise In some other way since I in ",:,
at wasn't the title), one reading aloud a favorite book, a Pappaa.!' list upon a physical check-up. But
adult serials with their chapter or two each evening. I do insist upon it. not only for .
inj battle over getting or Next week we'll give ;you .a rule Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Price have those who come to the gymnasium 'f l
man Now I'd rather chile for selecting children's entertainment been for the past year operatingthe but for those who do their work at 1 "
Id listen to the scariest which we have found work "Log Cabin" lunch room near home. Don't take- a chance. Con- !
.k or mystery broadcast able for both radio and movies. the city limits of DeLand. Mrs suit your doctor and be sure that;
Lloyd has two the exercise you are doing I.
alla girls in B. H. S.- to improve
\ Buys Lots owned by. W. A. Bessent, Mr. one 12 and one 13 years of age. your health will in no way en I.l'' I.
a Sparks stated Monday. The lots danger it.Radio .

'1 i 'urday S. E. Sparks cost from $350 .to $400 each, he Recent MarriagesThe Repairing 1 :( .

I f.om Mr. and Mrs. E. said.Mr.
Sparks'will sell two of the ,
I of Clay County six Iota to Raymond Gomes, and plans following marriages were The Ward Radio Service on I t
.I 'ay.tte: street'adjoining recently performed by the county 'Ifi ,!
to build a residence for rent on East Call street has an expert ;
In Lake Butler
.II He already had two one of the lots, he said. He also' judge : '
I and this gives him said It Was Mr. Gomes' Intentionto Vernon Dyal and Ovie Lee colored repair man who has been ; '
between -Monroe and build a home. Thomas, both of Graham, April In Orlando for the past seven I What ShoulJ You Pledge To Help? --1 j .: j

.e 2. He has also had
ts on Lafayette. That years. factory SIIOME E

tlre' lock on the South Office 8 u p p Hen. Bradford Otis Crawford, Lake Butler, and experience, Mr. Ward announced HQ'y 1t F

it street except four lots County Telegraph. Arsula. Crosby Starke, April 5. this week. WASHINGTON D. C.-The following table Issued by the Treasury: ,.It I t' t
Department Is Intended as a savings yardstick for the average income' \ ; i

earner. It suggests how everyone of the 48,000,000 ;j'
w :)I _. u', ., ....-. employed persons in the United States may participate ( f

In the war effort through the systematic purchaseof I

New High in Ship Production Defense Savings Bonds. it

"The Job ahead of us is far bigger than most of us "

t.5 realize," Secretary Morgenthau declared in making; <,
..... ...... ... _. ... .. "
-Tf----- ---.'-- .y- "" -- i Author at Shear M.tT'. Klcch.n ..,, the table public. "I know that the American people 't

i "- are ready to do their part to win the war. One of the .>>; I g

ways we can do much more Is by Intensifying; our I t i'

7 By MARY E. DAGUE effort In the purchase of Defense Bonds. i
... ON Author of alter "'r"a Kltehen.
..,' While persons without dependents may be able to
In these of healthof
days stress the
v the set aside more than the suggested figures, persons
family is of paramount im i
portance. The production of military with several dependents, or with other heavy family G
equipment must continue with- obligations, may be unable to save at the suggestedrate

out interruption workers must the Treasury Department pointed out.
I 4 be on their lobs. Too many illnesses I t

are caused by diet deficiencies Ant, LOna Jot..........nr \4IIt I
t's so it behooves every home- W..llh, On.8ev.. You II.. P.aena In E.ch Total Annual '
I maker to study and learn all she E.rnlnt.Arat Each W..k1. WIU tl.va leaen1.Groue4 a.vtne.s .
can about foods and their composition. I' to III $0.11' '1..00 I.SU.OOO I4s.lla.OOIl i
110 to 115 .50 aloe 4,915,000vse0ooe "
t. ,e0.' .,. .0.00 s.no.ooo 1u,5I0,000 '
four substances
A There are definite food I
i"f) to 'x0 I.U ".00 10.741,000 IU8.U6.000
that are essential for an b 140 1.01 101.110 1.114.008 lOa.4I1a.OOo I I1e ,
adequate diet calories (protein, t. 100 4 tl8 11011.08 .194,800, 1.100,1&1.000 ; I
carbohydrates and fat), minerals, 60 a SAS 111.00 .8O'l.000 .8II.U4.0" a 1
80 t0 $Eo 11.00 "'8.00 I.UI.OOO 211.0111.001 '
vitamins and water. The calories 10 to 10.00 6Z0.00 1.104.0 118.080.000
supply the energy and do their see a 11011 n.oo 124.00 1.4x9,4002aaasooa ,
00 to SUO 10.00 1.060.00. 1.101..000. ;
3w share along with minerals and water
::4 Yt4 + .150 to .ao" 16,55 I.S30.00 avS.0II0 .1..0.001 ,
to build and repair the body. Over UUO .___ _._.___ no.ooo 1.000.000,000
Minerals, vitamins and water keep ('
the in order-In ,111,000 'IOIUOoo
body good running ,6

good health. e; i._.....,",.".,..... i6-enu-1 Form NO PM-II'
Try to Include in your dally meals
plenty of milk. A quart of milk -------

kiiouLl be given to every growing JYOODLAJJ'N{ after spending a week with' Mr
child and to every expectant mother and Mrs P. B. Johns.
Mrs. Oscar
I Uy 4
and nursing mother. Every other *
adult member of the family The Hellbronn Baptist church
I +: should have a pint of milk. This Mrs. J. S. Norman and daughter beginning Sunday, will have services r
I doesn't mean that It has to be used Mamie Lou were hopping in every Sunday from now on.
wholly as a beverage. You can Starke last Friday. Also! Sunday school at 10:00: o'

use it In cooking, in cream soup Walter Lee of Indiantown was clock A. M. Everyone> invited.
,... ......... ..MU*tf TM...... over vegetables in desserts and
HM T !*.M1M4 r1R1.0.y 1e..UTHUMM. If**MIMIWTM. T"Mem .tea T
ship production girt year will represent the greatest; required in the first World War. Comparable speeding up has sauces.You should plan one or more I I end. i

"w thipbuitding output by any company in tht history of the been achieved oft other types of ships and the schedule is being servings every day of tomatoes, oranges Mrs. O. J. Phillips and daughter New Bakery OpensThe
"J* grapefruit, green cabbage or Mrs. Fate" Redd of Macon,
constantly stepped-up. raw green salads. Ca., were visiting Mrs. Oscar Car Sabine Bakery, C. T. Sabine

d. speed and more speed is the constant. objective; ; and Expanding old yards building new ones, tripling employ There should be one or more ter Saturday.Mr. proprietor, opened last Monday In
YI peed with quality for a jerrybuilt ship is virtually ment in a year's time, training thousands of new men, putting servings;yellow every vegetables day besides leafy greenor two and Mrs. I* ),l. Sponholtz the new Ray bin building; on West

J in the grim tasks of maritime every effective facility to use, adopting pre-assembly and mass or more servings of other vegetables and little eon, Glenn, were visitIng Call street. Although it is not
nm war. and fruits. Potatoes come Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Norman yet fitted out with 'all its equipment P
Liberty ship which recently discharged supplies at production methods-all these spell tonnage and more tonnage under the "other" vegetables and Sunday. I It Is open for business with

Sea POrt was built in a yard that was virtually' non a steadily-mounting output of ships from Bethlehem yards. are a much more valuable food than Mr and Mrs. I, B. Thompsonand ; Mrs. Selma O'steen as saleslady. ,\
ent a they have been considered for the little son, Blaine, will returnto : Fresh pies and cakes are baked
year ago. A tanker was delivered in 100 days from All hands are doing their utmost for Victory, working to past years. They are a good source
their home In Jacksonville dally on tbe preml e..
g of i keel A battleship will *be delivered 14 months ahead achieve the maximum for the U. S. Navy and the U. S. Maritime of vitamin C, furnish a little iron ,
carrier fat. I _._ .
excellent for
Aedul, are an .
Commission so that the "bridge of ships" shall be main Use plenty of eggs-one a day ----- --

rio ships are being built _in less than one-half the timeSTEEL tained and steadily enlarged. ,tita for every person if you can and at I

tf _i' least week. three or four per person a Known Already for His War .\V orT(' '

There should be one or more servings .

tTHIiEBEM every day of meat, poultry. or JIM
COMPANY fish.Plan
at least two servings a day J. G.
of either whole wheat or enriched
cereals and bread. Whole grain

......,. "'- ..._ _. ...., MfiN cereals and breads play an impor- CARYCONGRESS
"wr'e.t Muirrnv II'......Yes.. .M. VA.u 'WM "I MOW RIH 9..e .0. "avkerw t
urn .. ._ "'-- "-_I..eWN,,, ...." _8.I.U,, ,><'""I, iM1m>=" o JVt.I!! !"1r.&< {1l' .'J2IF"! 111 tant part in low cost diets because d f
I they are sources of several valuable for
food substances.
Fats should be included in your

L meats, too. Cream and butter fur-
-; nish vitamin A, so if you use a mar.
garine remember to make up the Second District
4 When you have provided all these r5 Subject to the Democratic
Y .
add sweets.If
foods you may
you write to tbe United States Primary May 5 j.a r
e %1 is, in Wash I
y department of agriculture:
ington for the bulletin on Chemical e 4 for Victory wilh CaryBJLWFORD

Composition of American Food Materlals .
r you can learn much: about

I ;your foods.- _L-" -
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-George-- Lenders------- Dies Dressed- --- to Kill As We Hit Back at the Nips Over Wake ;

.... ... va&4m9
fit'' ,'/ George. LcuderH. 69. father of : IO2A9I : -

' i' night policeman G K. Lpuders t ,
r' died at 3 A. M Monday after a IL o

long UIne B. Although for the I: TOMORROW Author of How to Win Friends

past two ycitrn he han. been living i _L. and Influence People."
., ah just south of Starke with his I'On'l ::1 7
he was born and spent must
hh"8 his life farming
near Green Cove Spilngs. In ad.
.sip r dittos to his son, he Is survive

by n daughter, Mrs R. M. 'Long, -r .. mysteries :A MOTTO HELPED THEM .

of Ocala. I have always meant to look into
One of the most inspiring who I
Pt business. ever flamed!
t The funeral was held at 3 P. M. this vitamin w w
1 at the Hickory Grove For years, in a semi-conscious the sky in America was an ex-soap salesman, in t
1 ,,, "Eaptlet Church rear Green Cove sort of way I have listened to radio New York: Elbert Hubbard, the man who insuii

Springs of which he was a member d announcers have seen raving vitamins about headlined vitaminsand men plodding in drudgery, and lifted their weary

with the Rev. Ivan Bohannon, .eK' in countless advertisements. I have the rainbow in the sky.. But even Elbert Hubbatdl d

its y v paator, officiating. Interment been made vaguely aware of the motto to remind him of the inspiring things in yJ
ht t; was, In Hickory Grove cemetery. fact that my health, my energy my sIt. is one that made his task lighter; one his eyes res''
Witt C. Jones had charge of stamina and my freedom from disease -
1v I most frequently: "Get your happiness: out of
.' are dependent upon a proper you:;
} funeral arrangements. will never know what happiness is."
diet of these alphabetical mysteriesBut. or,you
t Active pallbearers were: Mayor like so many people who Many well-known people have depended on !rnotti
,. N. I). Wainwright, Jr., Poll! I e let their good health depend on NV help and inspiration. And how much you !
Chief A. Li Alvarez. Ben C. Holt Till desert nomad looks well luck. I have gone on eating what I can tell si
ty rr zendorf, all of Starke, and A, J. pleased with his "costume" of ma pleased and hoping that if vitaminsare person from his motto. May Robson, beloved by n

Moody Claude Smith and W. O. chine-can ammunition. He w admlrtnr necessary my appetite wouldbe Shown here Is a U. 8. fighter plane operating from an aircraft gave me her motto: "I try to be what those who!
Geiger of Green Cove Spilngs himself before handing the my guide In leading me to the carrier the Faclflo as It hovers over tbe Japanese-held Wake Island think I am."

Honorary pallbearers were: Sen. twill over to be loaded Into the proper sources however for with them.the la the lower center can be seen columns of smoke drifting upwards the When John W. Hanes was undersecretary of the!
lathe -
''' }'9't ator J. S. Smith Sheilff J. P. cons of an B.A.F.desert. fighter plane Now insisting that we can all government help remains of the Japanese store en the Me after direct hits by U. S. sir- ury in Washington, D. C., he was able to get aloof
Ira Thomas. T. J. River Libyan men Ia retaliation for the sneak assault on December 7, 1941.
win the war by Improving our his fellow workers better than almost anyone in I
and Percy Moody of Green, Cove health. I decided that it was more -
ington. lIe said that one reason was because he b
4 and M. M. Morgan of less of patriotic duty to fine
or a
Springs : 'Rams' From FordhamJ
i t f Starke. CLASSIFIEDSEWING out whether vitamins were bird 'Flying brothers and sisters and had had to learn the art o!

beast or fowl-and what if anything with others. John Hanes is famous for patching i up

Coincidences 'WANTED-Alterations. an occasional side-dish of vitamins rels, pouring oil on storm-tossed waters. He hasty.

r s Coats re-lined. Repair work, better might citizen.do toward making. mea j *r 4'? a glass top of his desk a helpful remind, a silent,d

'/ Ed Langley, employe of the De drea sma k I n g etc Mrs. A. prod:. ,*
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home can Wood, E. Call St. road third USE uncertaintyOne In controversial momentsMy

( testify to a series of coincidental house from new bridge. 4-3 2tp of the first things I learned perception's rather fine;
happenings. Last Monday h i edel' about vitamins was that most of my
1 BABY CHICKS-White Leghornand I always see both points of view:'
wife gave birth to a little son friends were almost as ignorant
.. Black Mlnorcae crossed- them I The one that's wrong-and mine.
,, ; Gerald Lee. On the same day; about as am.
J I u hla grandfather, Berry Hancock, Dc each. Delivery free anywhere One woman told me that she Now let me give you the motto of the eldest a I

/ of Moult rle, Ga.:, and his uncle, : In Bradford County on ordersof gives because her of Its daughter vitamin cod content liver but oil of nine children; his father was the manufacturer

Shi Harris, of Thomaavllle, Ga., 100 or more.-See or ,write she didn't seem to know whether it ing soap and this young man once sold that prods
a Albert Kruse, Starke Fla. Itp
parsed away. Tuesday they were contained vitamins ABC or OPM. name is William Wrigley Jr.-the man who built 1
tr) burled and he' received on the Another went on at length about the
r WA"lTED-Clean cotton rags. chewing business. lIe had a printed cardinal
sunshine but she wasn'tquite gum
1 t ; 7 same day his classification card vitamin,
V b 1 I from the selective service board pants or socks accepted. Brad- sure whether that was the one on his desk tilted at an angle so it would meet t

i at his home In Georgia showing ford County Telegraph. tf which prevented rickets or pyor- every time he looked up. This is the way it read: 'T

;aa f' that he had been given the class! WANT BUYERS for lots in and rhea. A third to was stimulate taking her vitaminB real job in business is the joy of creation." FormerJ
,* 7 ; flcatlon of A-l, changed recently near Starke. Prices reasonable tite, knew that carrots were rich appe-in dent Hoover has a motto with the same idea boil

? r from 3-A. and terms liberal.. D. E. something-or-other and was generally to three words: "Work is life."

e Knight. 4-10 4t convinced that vitamins were During the most tragic hours of the Civil war,I

wonderful.But kept repeating to himself a proverb from India:. "T
milk l .
FOR SALE-two 4-gallon among quite a'group I questioned w"I ". ....
OFFICESUPPLIES cows-one Guernsey! and one no one could sit down and will'pass away. ---
} half Jersey and half Herford. list the purpose of each vitamin or Fordhartr' grid stars, now navy filers, who have completed their .Arnold Bennett, one of the most moving write
Must\ Belt at once. E. E. Was- just how it could be inculcated intoa Bight training at Floyd Bennett field, and who are going to the naval ever,enriched the garden of English literature
diet. reserve aviation base at New Orleans, the scene of their Sugar Bowl
din Waldo. 4.10 2tp most in his life
that the axiom that meant K
Next I looked in a dictionary and triumph on New Year's day are here pictured "on the line." They are. diary
WANTED TO RENT-Cashier at learned that the word vitamin left &. right: Blackle': Blumenatock: Jim. Lansing; Matt Maryanskl; "All great truths have been assailed on the ground|
ffP'Ii11 Guidon Grill permanent, wants comes from "vita" meaning life. Duryea Walling; and Len De ConclnJ. accept them meant the end of everything."

N desirable room near her work. to and do from with amine chemistry.having Vitamin something is Building Permits One'of the most inspiring mottoes I know is ontl

1 1'tr 1E Ml s Abble Knight. Itp defined as: "One of a class of ob- Paul Knight InductedPaul of Ellis A. Gimbel Jr., vice president and gener

scure soluble substances, which are Mrs.' C. G. Manlre, $200, April' ager of the Gimbel department store in New York:
WANTED TO RENT-apartment. present in living tissues and foods, Knight son of Col. and 11, for two small apartments ina it is finally settled that the thing is impossible,watc1
Phone Mrs. 6
Lavery at number but the exact composition of which Mrs.! D. E. Knight of Starke, was frame house 20x20 feet on East .. -..
m" ,
fellow do between 10 and 12 A. M. or 2 Is unknown and the absence of B .
and 4 p. m. Itp which interferes with the normal inducted into the United States Madison street; D. A. Judd. contractor Get an inspiring motto and keep it where you
Army on Friday, April 10.. He is R. S. Wasdln
by owner,
processes of animal growth or may often. Unconsciously with eyes falling on itl
CAR WANTED 1940 or 1941 produce disease." now at Fort Dix N. J., for a few $2,000 each ($4.000) for two your
Chevrolet, Plymouth o r Ford. That sounded rather discourag days before being sent to a camp residences on Clark street, near I times a day, it will become a part of you.,....D

,I LtI For Your Convenience Wanted by private party. If ing. But since the government was elsewhere.For the intersection of Pratt street

Telegraph / Ever Increasing you have one for sale, write responsible for inspiring my search the past two years he .has: These housed will be of concrete Recent Births Langley, Starke, April 1
Box 53. Lawtey. Fla. Itp for vitamin knowledge. turn.d! .to been a member_of the staff bf the blocks. 26x28 feet each, and" will Gerald Lee.

,Its Stock of Washington for enlightenment. National Broadcasting Co., in have asbestos shingle roofs. Theyare Mr. and Mrs. I* H. Dyal, Graham Mr. and Mrs. Dewey \
REWARD-$23. reward to any- New York' In the N. J. Jones additionto
and In additionto
Office Supplies. Here one for information leading to DEFINITIONS sources his position Cny;In the music department Starke. ; April 9, boy, .Lloyd La- Starke, April 9, boy, |

the Identity of person scaldingor Probably some readers of this verne. I Ernest.MANUSCRIPT.
Are Some of The Many ; he has been a successful -
a 1 poisoning my hogs. A. T. column are vitamin experts. But : Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mathls, I _
1 Items Now Carried Mason General for the benefit of those who rival composer of popular mualc. STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS Hampton, 12
: Delivery. Starke. ne In their Ignorance of the subject He has frequently appeared aa April boy, Norman CO\
4.17 2tp here is a brief summary of what the guest pianist over the network.Mr. 15o each-BRADFORD Lester. per 100-BRADFOBD1

i WANTED!: -an officer and wife to department of agriculture has to : Knight,finished his musical COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 'Mr. and Mrs Edward Lee TELEGRAPH.
Adding Machine Paper share newly-decorated house say about the seven vitamins which education at the Cincinnati Conservatory .
are aU essential to our health. -
Carbon of Music. where he received -
Paper and all modern convenienceswith Vitamin A stimulates growth
; 4 Manila Clasp three other officers and and protects the body against bacterial : the degree of Bachelor of -q
; Envelopes Music. ;;- .
their wives. Apply T. Frank : Infections. Absence of it is "
Pay Envelopes Landrum's office. Itp I' most apt to lead to Infections of the "V -) '"**>,
; 'eyea, nose throat, ears or sinuses. Last Church Supper -,
r File Folders Gem Clips FOR SALE -Restaurant equipment You can get vitamin A in .

'-' Ruled Index Including tables, chairs, cod liver oil. butter milk cheese The ladles of the Methodist BAR-B-Q
Cards lights/ etc. Worth investigating.Write and green and yellow vegetables. Church who have ,been for the
Ink (Pints & or see A. G. Wilcox 811S. Vitamin B preserves the appetite. past few LA
> Quarts) n'a available in milk, liver, eggs months serving cafe- pgQKD TROPICAL ALE
Clothes Watula St., Ocala, Fla. ltp kidney, oysters-and If you can tells supper t Un the educational i
Marking Outfits
'I name a vegetable which doesn't ,building on Saturday nights, will
a t Ruled Legal Note Pads LOST Reddish brown Jersey contain It, I'll eat itl 1 serve their lest one tomorrow.
cow, with. long chain around Vitamin C. protects the teeth ..The suppers rand social contacts
Manuscript Covers her neck. Finder please notify olnts and energy. Best source is, have .been- btth pleasant and
y R. L. Smith for reward. Itp raw fruit and raw vegetables. '
Mimeograph Stencils ,profitable: bu$, "they. are now
l Vitamin D (that's the sunshine
ONE NEW 3-room fur n I shed one) prevents rickets and stimulates serving the Rotary Club on Wed.neadaya .
Mimeograph Paper bungalow; one new 1-room furnished healthy growth. You can get 'at noon., and do not feelthat' rrw

Mimeograph Ink cottage; one large 8- it from cod liver oil eggs milk they can-do both. n -,,
room furnished for one or two and foods enriched by irradiation You win njjlaB, a treat If you r
tr ,} : Onion Skin Paper families. Located 2 miles east with ultraviolet l1bt.'VI&amla are not at the supper Saturday
O seems t.o have a lotto night. They have saved the best r
Starke, old Green Cove Springs
;Pencils do with preserving youth-or at to the laaU. L Fried chicken
road. See 1I&re. ,Catlin on place. east preventing premature old age. '. 'n
Pencil Sharpeners Itp Essential to people of aU ages. everything.

Best sources are bananas, green
Duplicate Receipt Books FOR RENT double room with vegetables, wheat germ and milk. Courthouse PaintingM.
a' Rubber lavatory; twin beds private ,
Bands ; en-
trance;, new home. Fred Guy, MILK A, B, C, D, E Kite".:who recently painted .
N M Salespads Scotch Tape 600 North Walnut street. Itp There are all sorts of other angles three up-italra rooms in the

lW Stapling Machines to this vitamin set-up-such as courthouse at a cost of $80, is 11'
WONDERFUL O P P ORTUNITYfor what ones are destroyed by cook-
Rubber lady, gentleman or coupleto ng. how much of each la necessary now painting the woodwork of the
StampsStenographer take charge of to a healthful diet and bow you can entire exterior of the building.The .
grill restaurant -
Note Pads concession already tell when you have had enough. annex. or, the newer portionof LANOLA LINKSNEW
equip It all seems to boll down to the the building, will get one coat
ped and furnished
Typewriter Ribbons on percentage fact that If you are feeling below while the older part will get
or rental basis. Mostly par you should check with your three. The contract price for this
Shipping Tags short orders and sandwiches In doctor and the chances are he will additional HOME
jy'm; Metal Rim private Veterans' Locker Club tell you to eat more greens, drink a work :'is1 $311. '
Tags located at Gate A main high quart of milk a day or take some OF
tl O. K. Paper Fasteners way to Camp Blanding next tamins.concentrated form of drug store vi New, Denmark EmployeRoy GUN CLUB
door to carnival.
''q Aaco Paper Fasteners for further Opportunity I But the thing that Impressed me Lovett who has been with
expansion by right I most during my quick exposure to Denmark' Furniture store at
', Card File Indexes party, who.must be financially the world of vitamins was the Importance .
t tr DeLand for the three OpethngDate--Wednesday
I past years, April 22 1:30 m
repponslble; small Investment of milk. It contains five has been : p.
Card Index Trays required. Come out and investi 01 the Important vitamins. B, transferred to the Starke ,
gate; try it for a week or com- C, D and E. Milk Is particularly store. K. rJackson, who was, PRIZES
Eterhandy WILL
Paper Clips municate with Phil p. Vitske, strong in vitamins A and B and associated with, the local store for BE AWARDED PUBLIC INVITED

Clip Board Arch Boards Poatofflce, Starke Fla. has plenty of C too If it la unlasteurlzed. he,past 18 months baa gone toBaxley 4 Miles East Of
Itp Starke
On 48
In addition, milk con- Ga., to take care of his Highway
Expanding Paper Files WANTED-cigarette and cigar alns a lot of minerals important for aged father who is'In ill health,

Metal Files counter girls as clerks; also strengthening calcium and the phosphorus.bones-particuarly S. O. Denmark, manager of the

cannier and abort order cook local store, stated Tuesday.
About the only Important things .
+ India Ink Wire Trays: (mostly sandwiches) four milk doesn't contain are copper and THIS IS NO TIME TO SWAP EXPERIENCE

:Marvel Punches hours' work from 7 to 11 P. M. Iron-which is just as well these Civil SerJce Exams
?. at private Veteran's Locker days or H might: be subject to priorities PROVED ABILITY FOR
Scratch Pad HoldersInk Club at gate A main highway Civil Servici examinations for INEXPERIENCE

to Camp Blanding. Good pay. Junior Stenographer ($1.440 a
Eraser Stick Files See Mgr on premises or communicate Methodist Church year) and Junior Typist ($1.26O a For

a t ,r N u King Binders with Phil P Vitske, year) will beheld soon. Appli- Railroad Commissioner
Postofflce Starke' Fla. Itp The subjejct of the morning canto: must have reached their '
sermon at the Methodist : (Group One)
I' i i.w' Church 18th blrthday,'but there is no
TO wiio&f it MAY CONCERN: next Sunday will be "The Cloned maximum 'limit. Full
age information -
This Is to notify all whom It Door," the Rev. O. C. owell; has may be'obtained from the Vote to Reelect

may concern that on the 2nd announced. There will be no Starke poet. office.
day of May A. D. 1942. I will evening service at the Church asthe EUGENE S. MATTHEWSHe

BRADFORDCOUNTY sell at private or public sale congregation will attend the Resume
one Model A. 1929 Ford Sedan, Baccalaureate Sermon of B. H. S.at OperationsAfter has CQII'
a long record of able and efficient service os Roilroodmeaner '
Engine No. 3374417. to pay for the Baptist Church. shut I
i' TELEGRAPHPhone parking space and care for Church School being down for two and his brood knowledge of transportation and commum? cat
will meet at 10 months fi"t
ij on acount of rainy weatar. problems is needed in is of f "
same from January lit, 1942. A. M. Youth Fellowship meeting the Annie Lumber these critical times. His re-election a-
29 the name and address of owner will be held at T P. M. Prayer began> operation again importance to the State. Vote for him and urge your friend
being to' me unknown service Wednesday evening at 8 They will\ stock dressed lumber acquaintances. to do likewise.Ifobticaldr.rtimet .

1 /l Jas. Hornsby. o'clock. Mr. Annie said. i I
} poi4 lot tf sapportaa .f Esgsss S. Mettll.,1

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