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 24, 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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Official Count Publication Established In 1877

fit\TY Z4, 1842 "
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i 5 Election Work For Home Defense Councils Bond Saps No For Excuse Parking Now Berry Sales Men 45 To 65

Likely Poll $30,000 AnnuallyPledged Near, you Fire can PlugNow see Starke's fire Total $58,581 Will Register I

hydrants and there is no excuseto

I Vote In Drive be given tho police when your This WeekHeavy MondayThe ;
car Is parked so close to one that 11 t

W s you can't open your door! Theyare
gll t you'd never know it The Every American Canvass painted red-and also nix or movement of fruit from local draft board reports'i) i

',( sing to the conversation" conducted over the entire Coun- eight feet (Instead of the usual Louisiana put a crimp In Bradford everything in readiness for the '.: l
man to the street try April 17.20 in an endeavor to 10 feet) of the surrounding curb, County's berry deal this '
rtmary election is only 10 enlist the financial resources of all of which simply moans "No : week, with the consequent breakIn registration Monday, April 27 of I t-

Tuesday, May 5. the Nation in the"war"against the Parking"1 the market that always comes all men in Bradford County between "ll /

been the quietest cam- Axis powers, while not yet com- "Just between you and me," when other sections begin t o the ages of 45: and 84. years, l

(thin the memory of poll- pleted, met with considerable success wild Police Chief A. L. Alvares flood the northern market inclusive ,1 I

t laded Bradfordltea. and in Bradford )County.: Accord Tuesday, "when I got after a Farmers, who had enjoyed twoweek's The following persons will have f t F',
'1 late date, little it any ing to S. A. WieUJon. county chair- woman the other day for parkingtoo of excellent\ prices, found !
charge of the registration in the
man, and Nat '!Iternberg, local
|Is expected before May } clone to a fire plug, she said the market slower with the week'saverage
r na likely that the gen- chairman ,while .only the business that In Jacksonville they were down to $3.35 a crate. various communities: (U. H. Hut : I'

I difference of the voting F! section of Stark has been con- painted red so people could see Quality is at 111 good, but volumeIs Lawtey; Mrs Floy, Sullivan, The- I

i m matters political this I tacted up to this, time, approxi- them. So I painted them red In dlmlnlxhlng. However, It Is expected retina; Mr. Ruth Frazier, Gra- r

continue right up to who have worked for the Home Defense Council under tIN mately $30,000 per year baa been Starke." that shipments will con- ham; J. L,, Peek, Starke; J. H. i I
pledged for War Bonds and ;
and a light vote is tinue for another two weeks
day, methods direction of Mrs. S. A. Weldon a trained nurse: (Lift to right) Stamp "for the duration." Walnwrlght, Hellbronn; W T.

unless drastic Helen Johnson, Luclle: Alvarez, Mary Weldon, Dorothy John. Oleltlm Since Wednesday April 19: 17- 1oI1n hew, New River Mrs M. W.
out. An ia made ;
en to "get the vote appeal > by Mr Sternbar Gas RationingTo 487 crates of berries have been t
t analysts attribute this Thomas, Blvery Holland. Ann Wilt. Members of the clam but not ; to the women or the town shipped from the county, bringing Morrow, Hampton; O. B. Colson. (

note of affair.. to the In the picture: Marion Brown and Josephine Johns. The glrU are to volunteer their services for growers an estimated 938.S81.49. Brooker. I
from the 7th and 8th grade of the B. II. "house-to-house"
draft boards, priorities, S teanvaattlns next
t Start May 15Some Since the season started, 40,070 Three places will be used for ,
g and the war in general These girls worked for two months and two weeks, meeting week so that thei! work might be crates have been shipped with registration In Starke: the arm ", 1

en the average man and twice a week, making folded compresses of gauze to be used In home completed, The business' men do estimated gross returns of $121- ory, Torode'a garage, and the of- ; !,

f 10 much to worry about defense Mrs. Weldon plans to teach another clam In May. the date not have the time to cover the of the very things that 392.49. flee of the supervisor of registration f

y have little time for the to be announced Luer. Dr. M. B. Herlong will donate a bolt ,of residential section, in an adequate should happen are happening In the courthouse. Registrants I t
erican pastime of pollen -, manner he stated, and he said anything to make the American
gauze for this valuable work. Baccalaureate Sermon must appear between the .'
the candidates seem that If a considerable number,ofwomen' people realize that this nation
X Cot -NewABalatant hours of 7 A. M. and 9 P. M
taken their cue from the volunteered for the workIt faces Its greatest crisis. First Delivered SundayAt The new registration applies to 4 ,

nd are going easy on thee would require only two or automobile rationing then tire men who became 49:S years old on t t

stuff this year. To The Of Bradford three hour work for anybody. rationing, sugar rationing, and Baptist Church or before February 18, 1942 and "

be fact remains that therean People County: Among those who helped out in now comes gas rationing.The Baccalaureate services for the who had not become 69: years old

election on May B, and the drive were!: "S. A. Weldon loyal patriots at the head on or before April 27. 1942.
The Civilian Defense graduating class of Bradford ,
Council was organized in this country
Nat Sternberg. : WilB n. C. H. of the American
the way things shape up government are Anyone who Is unavoidably
primarily to benefit the "home" people-those who do not go off Na W *' County High School were held
writing: worthy, 4. Bessent Jr., tired of seeing tanker after tankergo Sunday night at the Baptist away from home on April 27 may '
to war. S. E. Spark. F1. Stump, John down with their toll of precious '
candidates seek the placent church, by ministers of the Methodist register at the registration place '
when Lex Green de- The crying need for it was shown by the pitiful condition Powell L. T. Dyer and M. F. lives along with the priceless Presbyterian and Baptist most convenient on that day.

to run for Congressman that the people of Norway, Denmark, Holland Belgium, France, Brown. liquid gold. Consequently they churches, and the music providedby Provisions will be made to register .

be Btate-at-large. James Poland, Czechslovakla and Greece found themselves in when at- are beginning the rationing of Mrs U. A. Canova, organist, those who cannot appear at the '

iI, Jr, J. G. (Jim) Cary, tacked by ruthless Germany. Many of them would not believe gasoline In Southeastern and a choir from all churches, directed designated place because of 111- i

Douglae, T. W. Parsons, they were going to be attacked until the bombs started raining Memorial Day states (including Florida) and the by Mm A. E. Wall of the nesa or other incapacity, but they :

ory H. Price and Helen down and they never had a chance to prepare for such an emer- District of Columbia May 13. high school faculty.In should notify the local board of
ell are all candidates for The "average" motorist will be his address to the studentson their Inability to appear
Plans from 2 1-2 to I
otative in Congress fromd gency.We AnnouncedSponsored to purchase the subject, "The High Coat It Is. explained that men who ,
In America have already had several months since the 3 gallons per week for "general"or ,
District. Two of these of Low Living," the Rev. A. E. register next Monday are not 'liable '
Starke at the same time declaration pf war to organize, prepare, study and plan what we tile "pleasure" purposes. Automo- Llghtfoob, pastor, said: "The history for military service, but will '
by W T Weeks bile will be Issued
y last week. Emory ,H. should do if attacked yet we are still almost unaware of the owners gasit- of nations runs In cycles. be required later to fill out an i I
U. D." C. Memorial
Chapter. Day line rationing cards during a
ad his loud speaker going danger as were the peoples of all previously conquered countries. I The history of morality like the occupational questionnaire o n -
will be observed here with suit- three-day registration period beginning I
while Zach H. Douglas wash We have organized a First Aid Station at Starke, but we able exercises'on Sunday after- May 12. Operators of : pendulum of a clock. We are cernlng their civilian quallftcsi i ,
and out the variousof should have two. We have one at Lawtey, none at. Graham noon, at four o'clock, at Crosby trucks and other vehicles "easily 'dangerously near the end of an lions and skills. ,

business handing' out Theressa. Hampton or Brooker. We have an ambulance corps at Cemetery, the arrangements be- recognized aa c o m m e rclal vehicles' arc of the pendulum, dangerously Registrants will be asked only I I

Jim Carey has made seypi Starke and Lawtey-only two in the county, and if an air' raid : ing under the direction, of Mrs. will not be required to f>b- near a trend to make low living nine simple questions: Name ?
to Starke recently. the of life. Too Place of residence address I
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rke's occurred at several different :places In the county at the same Ethel M.Biggv,'chapter historian. bin ration cards and their pur average way Mailingt t ;
Number I political who could be first T> 'Telephone number? Age
time it would be horrible to have to wait until all the injured Major Thomas Holland, who chases of gasoline will not be re '
Congressman Lex Green. Is is at< class, lazily consent to be second and date of birth? Place of birth?
real headway! ,in, hie'ean-' were picked up In Starke and Lawtey before' going to Brooker will it-Chaplain"bethe speaker, CaAnpBlandlng.tof the" day; stricted.This temporary method wUl be raters. The vulgar ia becomingthe Name and address of person who ,",'I 1 f I'

for Congressman-at-large, and the 'other, places. and the keynote of his address used pending the establishmentof i com onplace. In the face of will always know your address? '
created because of We have county, aa such winds what and address?
Flor- only one operating team for the entire will be the international situationat "a more comprehensive strong can one Employer's name

increase In population as there are only four doctors in the county. Of course, we will go the present time. Major Holland rationing system" about July coupon 1, person do? How can he keep from! Place of employment or business? i

by the 1940 census. His wherever we are needed, but should three or four places be cornea of a long line of army Owners of motorcycles will be losing his Individuality, his personality After a registrant has answered

All for this high position bombed at the same time, we could only give our services at one ancestors beginning with the allowed a smaller amount of gas- his" God-given talent In all questions and signed his nameto "f

mey J. Cohen Earnest place. Revolutionary War' and the local oline, while there Is no differenceIn the crowd? the registration card he will

ret and Wallace Tervlru U. D. C. Chapter is very fortun- that apportioned out to dif Four suggestions were givenin be given a registration certificate k
(Tom) Sebring and Theo. It la folly to suppose! that because we live !In small towns ate !In having him tq make the ferent sized automobiles. the sermon for "high living." signed by the registrar. This cer- f

nbull are candidates for they will not be bombed. These bombers load up all they can address. There will be special Owners of Inboard motor boats "Humility, the acknowledgementof tificate must. be In the personal I ,

of the Supreme Court in carry, and if they do not use all their bombs on an objective music by a band and singing by a not used commercially also will one's powers, strength, skill as possession of the registrant at all t',

3, For Railroad Commls- such as Camp Blanding they drop them on schools, churches: and quartette from Camp Blanding. be required to obtain ration cards, from God is necessary We must times. Failure to possess the I f'

In Group 1 Eugene S. Mat- other places where they can damage lives and property. Flying After the exercises, the gravesof while a normal supply of gasolinewill never substitute the skill of the certificate, or to show It to authorized t

ot Starke, senior member around SOO miles an hour, they could hardly turn around before the veterans will be decorated, be allowed for other non- scientist, the wit of the philosopher persons, constitutes a violation \
Commission has as each with the flag under which highway including out- the money of the philanthropist of Selective Service Regula- t ttione
oppon- they reached Lake City or Gainesville, and it is a sure bet that purposes
ymond J. Davis lie and board boats for God. "Courage, as of: and 'is ,considered prima ;
and Char- fought, a bunch of flower motor farm tractors, '
would not bomb back their base.I .
Stewart, while In Group 2 they carry a to *. Buried at Crosby Cemeteryare gasoline engines, stoves and furnaces a noble soul throwing Itself Intoa facie evidence of failure to register. I

tut Jerry W. Carter Is am afraid that we are making a mistake in Illuminating 50 Confederate soldiers nine and cleaning establishments. brave task,I l la necessary The :

by Wilbur King and R. our water tank and power plant at night, like a target. They are Federal a i x SpanishAmericanand In such cases, however, owners offensive type of life In moral., \

b) Sweger. the most important things we have in Starke. However, I have 12 World War., will be required to sign a declaration as shown by MacArthur and the

County politics :Jake P. no doubt that with the spies we have had, and may still have, I .Tbe.public, is asked to-bring'or that the gasoline will not be Dataan" peninsular defenders Is Darbys To Build i ,y
vital. "Loyalty, which lifts men ,
local automobile dealer. every ,vulnerable point in and around this area is known to our lend flowers.) EacH daughter of used on highways. !
testing the seat of Georgen enemies. One has admitted going into every training camp along the Confederacy Is requested to up, which carries them'" "Enthusiasm on in ad-' '
for bring at least six bouquets of Thief versity la,, needed New Store : j
representative In.the inalature. our seaboard without a pass or a challenge.We flowers, tied securely 'together. Negro for the beat, and not the averageor I

race for have been more than careless In ,our belief that we could The cemetery committee is com- Caught RedHandedIf second best la wanting too for .. I i

J Chastain
ct 4 and M. Harretlin 'we thought. Congress also got the' Idea, that -we were unbeatable M. Brownlee and Mrs. E. S. Johnnie Harris, colored aa his text for the message, Matthew roof, A. M. Darby's store will ,I ,

t'5 are unoPPOsed for and failed to heed the'many warnings that we"should have more Matthews. escaped convict from a Georgia 12:12: "How much then la move sometime the last of Mayor
re- "
chalngang, had known how diffi- a man better than a sheep? I "
In District *, however planes and other implements of war Even today lDoat'ot us are Members of the Jones-White- music included duet first of June to its own: fine :
Reddish Langford Post, American Legion, cult it would be to get out of Special a
Incumbent, la opl sitting Sown and waiting until the worst happens-and then It which it la
T. T. are cordially Invited to attend the Ben Suslow's army store late last "The Lord la My Shepherd" sung new building erecting
tcb Edwards Blackburn while will be too late I Memorial exercises. Friday night no doubt he would toy Mrs. A Z.: Adklna and Mra. E. on the southwest corner of Call "

District 2 has commissioner. Every useful article that we collect and have on hand (If we not have gone to so much troubleto L. Blgga, and a choir number, and Bay streets.

t f* I* Conner as who his, haa opf are fortunate enough not to need them ourselves) can be turned Variety Show get Into It. "Now the Day Is Over." This decision was made when on ;
He started out with suitcase
lIIIIy served as chairman of over to our county hospital when peace comes. We, need blankets, a the 29th: of last month W. T. f
At YMCA full of various kinds of merchandise -
art sheets pillows and pillow cases, clothe for all sizes, ages and sex SundaySunday Park Theatre Clute, realtor, leased to Michael l
the -Elgin watch, ring and
of race Public for member of the yet I cannot get anyone to take charge of this collecting. afternoon at 5 o'clocka the like-but failed soap to make the Now Air ConditionedThe Kruger of New York City the "c

Chairman Instruction' : S. E. Let's get busy and do aa much as we can WHILE WE CAN! combined concert and six-act grade. W. E. Thornton, night police building now occupied by Darby'sstore

not from District 2 Dr. M. B. Herlong, Chairman variety show will be presented at assisted by two M. P.'s Florida Weather Makers for the location of the new
come up for Hollywood Photo studio and photo ,
1944. In re-election Health and Housing Division the YMCA (USO) for the benefitof caught him even though It tooka of Jacksonville completed Mon
I theDarby's
; District: 1, how- Civilian Defense Council the soldiers, with all civilians bullet In the arm to stop him. day the installation of modern finishing plant giving i!
Norman 90 In which to
only days
;/ Incumbent Carrier a I r conditioning equipment
Bradford County. Invited. i IA 2 -ptece orchestra He la In the County jail awaiting i
vacate the building.
and oPPOnentLorenzo ,D. under the direction of i Warrant trial in the spring term of Cir In the Park Theatre..
Kelly H' Moore, while Officers Hehmaoth" and Parker, cuit Court, which Convenes Mon- According to W. N. Carnaslon, They wasted no time but purchased -

PPOeed member from Distr'ct' "Victory Day"At Sergeant Buys'Home and a 18-volce male chorusdi day, according to Police Chief A.Li. manager, the plant I a entirely from Maurice Edward the
by E. ,J. automatic the attractive lot 75 x 109
Lewis. Alvarez., keeping temperature corner
reclnct rected by Staff Sergeant Marvin ,
No. 8, Church Near Starke of the theatre the feet awarded the ,contract to the
Ploy B. Sulk Baptist McGee, will participate on the According to Mike, Mills, man- same at ,
running against the presIIIOcrauc ager of the store, Harris went all times, summer and Winter. Bradford Engineering Company, f
Executive the day on F. C. Holllngaworth, local real I The and Wednesday began the construction : -
Com- "Victory Day. continuously even temperature
Cameron Pattee, baritone, around to the back of the place, !
J. which it io that suffici- last Saturday Is described of a I9.00O: store build-
mho Hagan expected estate operator, adequately by
In other will sing a solo and a 6-act got on a garbage can stepped up
t. precinct. the ent funds will be received to buy sold to Sgt. Henry O. Osburn of variety show will be offered, fea- on the electric light meter, tore I their brand new neon sign, Ing on the property. ,

e Place.have no oPposition the new Hammond Organ in cash, Camp Blanding ,a house and turing NBC' Guitar artist, PvC. off the screening, bent the steel "healthfully air conditioned It It will be a one-story structure
Is set for Sunday April 26th at and John Blear! rods out of the way. broke the stands at 73 degrees, Mr, Carna 30 x 79 feet of concrete block

the Baptist Church, and accord- seven-acre orange pecan Admission is free and everyone glass 'and entered through the lion stated Wednesday. construction and will be com-

idering Factorycanvaa Ing to an announcement from the grove-part of the home place of is invited to come out and be en- transom. Mr. Thornton was pleted within 49 days. Chos. A.

liIJI organ committee, of which Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crosby, threeor tertained with songs impersonations looking around the back about 2 Mrs. Martha CrewsAfter Darby stated Tue day.

'e new Randolph, who I. erect. L. A. Canova la chairman, the four miles south of Starke on and comedy, Robert B. Wear A. M. Saturday saw a light and Darby's U the second oldest r '
bUilding adjacent pledges and cash contributions already In there. He at an Illness of only a few
rke Hotel to Road 13. The consideration was director, announced Wednesday. found the negro merchant In Starke, and the old
Dr on Call street is In hand total nearly $1,200. the back and the M. P.'s at the days, Mrs. Martha Melvina Crews,
P and talkIng about put- Special music will be offered by $2,000. front hemmed him up Inside and 79. died at her home near Starke eat grocery. Forty years ,ago
a factory In Starke to the choir at both services, the "He thought so m u c h of I First Customer arrested him. last Saturday at 7 P. M. She was when A. M. Darby opened the
Ctare certain the Rock of Starke Mr. HolUng worth said, member of the Hellbronn
mill- anthems 0 God I According to Joe Martinez, city a store one man could do all the
luPPUea.$ He "God of the Nations" "that he sold his borne In North Baptist Church, was born
has Ages and Springs
Qrre already moved here. He 'employe, E. Lawson who lives on Work Going Ahead work. Now, Mr. Darby Mated,
and life In Brad-
pondence With being sung Sunday morning.At Carolina IN and spent all her
t" Htlea. mill. to retire after the war and : Weller street wasP the first person ford there are five clerks continuously, :J
cling the evening hour Stanley plans i to connect up-with the new Starke's streets are torn up- County.
any live here the and several others help out on
and his family She la survived by a son, Kirby
Brown of the Univer- he like had to be, In orderto
graduate being laid in Just they
sewer line now week-ends. John M. Darby, Chas.A. .
.. ,
of their IIv. grandson, Harold
rest Crews rw o
laid. ;
laPnnlrgne'MkRand sity of North Carolina music has also sold Starke. ,"He Is all connected'up get sewer and water pipes Darby and Mrs. Ida L. Darbyare
phand Holllngsworth and Crews and a
'' organist, and Mr. the water Ie muddy-and bad Crews Doyle ;
will be And
Out the guest Hanko, wife of a waiting for it to come through, Mis Madeline the owners..
can <>pouionsufn and It ia stated that Robert Lovell, to Mrs. Mary said "I Just like the authorities said it granddaughter. *
; 8 of Mr. Martinez
soldier, the firstto
Blanding Crews all of the Starke vIcinity The Darbys are not
ConVinced Phil Camp to
1BCare that h, guest artist to appear with Homesltes Just collected the first sewer tap would be, when they began
block 1 in Security Funeral and burial took place move away from the high rent r
clent It Is a
t.. of Charm ", But
labor the Hour make connections.
the to Spltalny on Into the new main, Joe em-
of Long- ,
f a c tory. solourt. the 13-acre subdivision will make for Sunday at 4:30: P. M. at Conner district by building their own
*<> he will shortly, will be the guest sign of progress,
Into i It. It might acre Loverln one and a half phasized. business and no cemetery, with the Rev. W. E. places of business. Olin W. .
: invited to these wor- and better
ide&< not be All are "Everybody who ia in the city more
for 261. They are the first and M. M. "
miles out on Road At least Hall Baptist minister, officiating. White was ,
any who are 111In ship services,, and to enjoy the limits of Starke will be requiredto one should complain.
the already building houae there, la De Witt C. Jones was In charge of Raybln of the Star Store did the
the water
propoll1t1on soloists that
POint from music of the choir: and.these this their per- connect up with the sewer, they assure us
Kr I Randolph to get In touch accompanied by the Ham- and manent plan home.to make Mr. Martinez stated. pure. I t I funeral arrangements. same

mond Organ. thing."t I "

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PAOli; TWO lU.DFORD COUNTY '1ELEG.tAPfI. ST.\RKF. "LOr-ro.\" __ h'Rf1a11' ",.!tit; "

a large number of citizens tlioae questions overt I Brooker

The Bradford County Telegraph he week-end and they were practically unanimous BrevitiesBy '

Y.IItabliHMd 1877 in saying that moat of the people would not recog- Oa&&ilf9i -

4 t 'IH nize the alarm If they heard !it, nor would they Mrs. Eldon Hardy SOCIETY: NOTES
MBMBBR.FLORIMPR&SSASSOCi. know the next thing to do even if they should
VnO recognize it. MISS CROSBY IIOSTESS Mr. and Mrs G ? .
NAnONALEDITORlALASsOClATION'? The noteworthy fact was brought out that the Author of 'low to Win Friend y > Miss Madeline Crosby was children Mr.' and Mrs. R I K!: If""I

19,4. school students had been instructed along that line charming hostess Thursday after- were visiting I

E.. L. Muttttewa -_-_, Editor and Owner and that most of them would, know what to do' 4utd Influence/ People." noon at her home when she en- Mrs Sunday Harley.Hazen of Cm4 i,

-- ---- tertained members of the Bridge
-- during an air raid. Also that most naturally,
1! 1. SUBSCRIPTION KATE their parents and brothers and slaters wou4! ab- Mr. and Mrs. L 0 Near

,l $1.73; Six MonUw. 91.00- sorb many of the salient fuels In that regard. But Club.Wild flowers were beautifully ber voting Mr. and Mrs a l
; In
.. Gainesville
all children are not apt teachers nor are all parents arranged In the living room Minnie Sunday
fWbUahed Weekly on Friday and Entered M Seond and families apt students.It JUST ONE MORE CANVASS where the guests were assembled.I with them Lou Hazes retul'11
after ,
i ; CUM M.tfccr at tee Port -Office at Stake, Fla was also brought out that a leading Insur- A solicitor for magazine subscriptions was tired out: Ibuild Jettye After Hazen several held progressions high and Mrs.was with her friends ependlog and 'a

ance firm in Starke bad posted bulletins here and had been a long day; he was weary. He was trying to awarded a lovely vase. Mrs. Guy Mr. and Mr ArtZ'and

Would? You Know The Raid Signal there over the community informing the peopleof circulation for a magazine published in Indianapolis called Harrell held low and was given a Bon, Buster, of TW

If You Heard Its the proper procedure In case! of such an emer- "The Reader." novelty. guests of Mr. and 1trw.

e gency. While these activities are a great help lIe stood in front of an office and thought of a dozen Miss Crosby served tempting Brown and Mr, and Mn

a '.t r There have been many wars In the world's It Is obvious that they are far from adequate precautions reasons why he should not go in and make another canvass sandwiches and tea to her guests. Bitch last week-end :yg! "

history, and America, a peace-loving nation that to take In view of such a national crisis. today. "Feet tired; he had done enough work for one day; with and lIOn them, Gene. re'ti +vd

k goes along and attends to her own business, has From those questions one naturally proceeds wanted to get back to his home." But he had a working SEWING. CLUB for a visit
The Ladies Club
had her share of them. But up until this present to the next one-namely, aa to whether or not principle which was "Make one more canvass." He stood Sewing Mrs. Frank Feagle and
with Mrs. O. W. Hazen for the ter
: worae-than-Inhuman war, moot of the battles have Starke should have a practice blackout, so as to there debating with himself and finally he marched in. That semi-monthly meeting.The and Miss Jaunlta Betty Mrs Cord*

been waged against, and most of the casualties become thoroughly familiar with the air raid signals decision to make one more effort when he was tired and ping in Gainesville Palmer MonS
living room was beautifully
1 1 t, have been counted among, the armed forces of the how to extinguish the lights, whether to run discouraged, changed his life and made him a rich man. decorated with seasonal flowers Harvey Sapp Of

nation.R down the streets screaming, or lie calmly under The name of that young magazine subscription solicitor and plants. was vialtlng h 1 Is JacI,

R The flying bombers and ruthleaa dictators, the table or in a ditch until the air' raid la over- was Arthur F. Hall. During the business hour, plans Nora Sapp, Sunday.Dlother

'y ; however, have changed all thin. The bombers fly and a thousand other things. The feeling was The man he called on was the local manager of the were made for a supper to be held Mrs. Ray Roberson and J

at the rate of 300 or' 400 miles an hour over the unanimous that Starke should have a practice Equitable Life Assurance society. In his presence, Arthur Saturday night to raise more ter of South Florida an< *t

most densely populated areas of enemy nations and blackout as soon as possible. F Hall talked'with enthusiasm about the magazine he rep- funds for the civic center. The her parents, Mr. and MI1 T'

t release their cargoes of tons of deadly, high explosive The one thing that should never be done Is resented. He Saw that the prospect was interested and he ladles decided that everyone Galney and family.

O.t tlr and Incendiary bombs upon whatever Innocent for the main light switch to be pulled at the plant. added more fire to his claims for his magazine. The tiredness should help since the public will Hazen Perry Gainey and p
;jyr"" and unsuspecting souls happen to be underneath There are certain lights, such as those in tele- and discouragement he had experienced when he had benefit by the center rather than spent the students at the V, j

3'r er killing thousand of them and destroying phone offices which under certain conditions stood hesitating in front of the insurance manager's door, a few. parents, Mr.week-end and wltkb I
billions of dollars worth of property. Whether When he had finished his talk the During the social hour Mrs. tin
(when properly obscured with dark' window slipped away. manager Gainey and Mr. and Miil
she would or not, America was forced right Into shades) should by all means be left burning. said, "I like your enthusiasm, and I'll subscribe. But thereis Hazen assisted by Mrs. L. A.,Hazen.

the middle of this world conflict. Every Individual citizen should for himself learn something else I want to talk to you about. Any man crackers Brown served'a and coffee.gelatin salad, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. 1//

t'' A speaker at Rotary luncheon recently made the absolute necessity of Immediately cutting off who can make such a good sales talk for a magazine sub- and Miss Lubedla Plnholitv

r the startling statement that the Government had his or her lights. Everyone should learn that, If scription, can do bigger things: I want you to join my force Mra The next meeting will be with last Friday in Tampa.
A. L. Green Jr., at her
f f, cuuwtfled Starke Into one of the four danger there Is the least danger of an alarm, all lights in and sell life insurance for me." home. Members Miss Ruth Spires of c
W cones In the state of Florida. All but one or two are urged to attend yule Is the guest of her
show windows Arthur F. Hall but he looked into aw
or advertising signs or anywhere in Young was Tuesday, April 28. uncle
Mr. and
of the dozen or more Starke citizens Interviewed his of business unless it he that he became life insurance Mrs. I.son. B.
place ( he has a nightwatchman ; was so impressed a .
14 over the week-end In this regard are of the opinion salesman.And SUPPER SUCCESSThe
) should be extinguished before he leaves Mr. and Mrs T
W that this classification la correct in view of Sewing Club Ladles wish to W, Matte
his of business. in he followed the methodshe ]
t'i; place All motorists should learn selling insurance same Mrs.. W. O. Rhlme
the fact that Starke is In such close to again express their gratitude to wen
proximity that no light should be on and that, In case of had applied in soliciting magazine subscriptions. He ping in Gainesville TueMiy
the Brooker
one of the largest army camps In the nation. an alarm, he should drive to the curb and cut could endeavor to make one more canvass although he from towns citizens and friends Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grw
There Is a strong 11 kll hood, according to these off all might be tired Just nearby for helping to daughter, Shirley,
lights immediately.The discouraged. one more try. Business make their a success Sat- spent Tc
+ ; citizens, that. If and when the AxU natlona get In Gainesville
k t emergency police, Legionnaires and other began to come his way. He became a crack salesman urday night. with Mr. m!

things In a little better ahape beyond the seas volunteer defense workers should be assigned to and all on the simple theory of "make one more canvass." A total of $18 was realized and Mel Mr.Vickery.
they will Include this area among their bomb and Mrs. L. A. IJoti
a the task of hurriedly going over the entire ter- A group of unsuccessful organizers of a life insurance the proceeds will help to further children of
targets. And since thin is a fight to the finish High Sprlnp
1i company in Fort Wayne, Ind., could not secure the 250 complete the civic center
life death ritory and seeing to it that every light in the area applications which visiting Mrs. Jim Molt aid
or between two
struggle divergent
Is extinguished. All motorists entering the corporate for $5,000 each of insurance and sell $100,000 of everyone la striving BO hard to Ily Sunday.
9 I 1 ways of lifeIt will be far more than merely a limits of the city should be stopped by a stock, both of which were necessary under the law beforea see finished In a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon I
token bombing. If It does come, the enemy will The ladles thank each and
charter and license
guard and ordered to halt and turn off his lights. would be issued. They heard of Hall were visiting Mrs. Charles
44i J' Rive this area nil that It has In tock. It la no and hired him everyone for each donation and Sr. in
to the
He ,
These things phould be done-REGARDLESS- complete job. did it in six weeks Gainesville last week
further from there here than It Is from here there cooperation. !
r and so the Lincoln National Life Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sims
Starke Is one of the very few cities or towns company was
and It has
'f1 J already been demonstrated that Tokyo Gainesville
1't can be bombed. In the United States that has not had some kind launched. Hall was elected secretary and manager at the LLOYD LAVRRN DYAL, JK. were visiting Mr:
of voluntary blackout practice. age of 32."Make. Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Lavern Mrs. N. C. Mott and famil;
,W1 Granting that these things are true-or at urday.Mr. .
j Dyal the
just one more canvass. What magic there is announce arrival of a
least a possibility-the thing for Starke and Bradford "We're sitting on a powder keg," has been nine and Mrs. Bill Nichol
in those words! What wonders can be accomplished by pound son, Lloyd Lavern
County to do Is to prepare to protect their Bald of the Starke area, and those who have been the application of the idea. Don't give up just because Dyal, Jr., Thursday, April 9. Mrs. daughter, Lucy, spent tie
citizenry from physical harm and look after them you Dyal was Miss Theo In Starke with friend!
p thinking that Kelley of
Camp Blending would take care of are tired or discouraged. Open that door, walk in, talk to
properly after they have been Injured. Also to Starke should an emergency arise, should remember your man. It changed the life of Arthur': F. Hall. It Brooker. Christian
may: Church
learn the
b quickest and moot effective method of
that Camp Blending would have Its own hands do the same for you.In CHICKEN SUPPKRThe
dealing with incendiary bombs, and fires started lull and would not have time
to go over the State ladles of the Brooker com- Services will be held ill
from them.
tst ,, and protect It from danger. Starke should planat training In the Navy. We say daughter Carol. Mr. Orr for munity are giving a chicken sup Christian Church at Slant
It Is
'a t a well-known fact that only practice once to have a practice blackout, and put It on again: If Ironhead fights like he merly resided In Starke. Glad to per Saturday night, April 25 at day, April 26, at 11 o'clcJ

4 makes perfect. Would Starke citizens know what with as much care and precision as New York played football it's all over but have you, Mr. Orr. G. B. Colaon's store. The funds M. Fred Dodd will deliver I

v to do in case of a real air raid? Or would they City or Washington D. C., would do. Only In the shoutlnV Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., will go to help complete the civic sage on the subject, "MoitB

even recognize an air' raid warning or alarm such a way would it comparatively safe from Mrs. BeuJahi Revel, ormerly of Richmond, Va., were here for center. Everyone Is cordially in- querora." Communion servitj

should one be aounded? Out of curiosity we asked danger, Beulah Futch. "was In town for several days visiting Mr. Harley's vited. follow at 11:45: A. M.

!several! days visiting her mother, parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley -
Mrs. George Futch. Mrs. Futch Sr. Accompanying
parents -
II J LAWTEV has been seriously Ill, but la re- here was A. H. Harley, -III..
I 1 AROUND ported better at this time. Mrs. Chas. Howe of Jacksonville, INSURANCE AN D_ BOND]

Revel Is from Mlddleburg.Cpl. was In town this week visiting his

j R. Carradine J. and Mrs. Morris Carter of parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howe.

Macon, Ga., are week-end visitors This week finds several more HAROLD
1 here. Cpl. Carter was Inducted soldiers and their wives residing C. WALL AGENCY

I : .\(] (-LABTINCER] : AIT KEVOIRIt last fall at Blending and was sent in Lawtey. Cpl. and Mrs. Robert

s I'vt. Alfred, Vlsaggt of N e w I Is with reluctance that we to Wheeler at Macon. He la in 1.., McKinney and Sgt. and Mrs.

and Miss Elsie Lastinger of bid farewell to our friends the the quartermaster d eta chment. Scott Starns. These folks come Constant Service Over 50 Years

; were married April 4. berry buyers for another year It Mrs Carter was Roberta Daven here from Snyder Texas.TflERESSA.

111- to the groom and would seem that we look forwardto port. Glad to see you both.
: : beat of everything to the the coming of these men because Mr. and Mrs. Billy Plummer Please Phone 146 Star

t and happy.little bride. of the money they leave were In Jacksonville 'Sunday to By Mrs. II. E>. Hay

"'EN8": COUNCIL with us, but when they leave, one see Billy's father. M. B. Plummer, .
4 : ....,() PLANS by one. It !is then we realize how who la at Riverside hospital. We his Rev. Jones of Jacksonville filled
s much we have become accustomedto are happy to report Mr., Plum- regular appointment at then I
The civil defense council of seeing them after mer Is Improving.Mr. Baptist church Saturday and Sun-
day day givIng
o met at the school'Tues them their mall, calling them and Mrs. Ronald Morganand day.Mrs. SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
}t night .and the way was'clear- to the telephone and enjoying It. Mrs. Ethel .tordan and daughter Slnah Kimball of Washington
'Ji for the Yes these of Jacksonville D. C., is visiting her Gasoline Oils and Fuels]
:: completion of the de ; little things, these are visiting ,
.t program., Also up for dis small favors we do to make the Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Anders this D. W. Moore.

i was the Lawtey Clinic to boys comfortable, to make a good week.Mr. We are very sorry to report the WHEN YOU'NEED FUELS FOR HEATING

opened under the direction of impremlon, come back to us when and Mra. Bill C. Truitt illness of Mrs. Edd Sullivan. GIVE US A RING WE DELIVERH.
Malcolm M. Ford. Tuesday, they are ready to say goodbye. spent Sunday with Mr. Trultt' Mrs. W. C. Loper and Mrs.

i 4 28. A committee of two There is only one answer; we brother, Geo. ft. Truitt, of South Dan Loper were shopping in

appointed for the purpose of must like them. We will mini Jacksonville. Starke Saturday. E. TUCKER Agent
jl the clinic, this com- their voices for a while, then, because Mrs. Earl 1 Hatcher, formerly Misses Marjorie and Callie Mae ,
( I being lira. Blanche Ed- life will go on. something Dolly Dinkins, and daughter Hall were r e cent visitors to For Sinclair Refining Co.

.. and Mrs. Jewell Roberts, will take their place in our lives, Beverly, of Tampa, are visiting Starke.H. .
ladies will handle the fur- and when next berry season rolls Mr. and Mrs. Chas Dlnklns. D. May and W. H. Hall attended Phone 158 Starke, FJa.SMITH'S .

of the clinic, the collec- around we will greet them with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bryant the livestock market at

y ol supplies, etc. with! Mrs. open arms once again because of Beck, of Jacksonville were here Gainesville Monday .

i : serving In the capacity the money they bring to our com- Sunday visiting friends. With
treasurer. munity, then remember that we Mr.' and Mrs. Beck were their two Building PermitsFred

y, I way was cleared at last to do like them when they leave, small daughters. Williams
Mrs. April $100
again. Vernon
the hospital Mrs. A... Rowe and two for frame storage house 12x20
small '
Lewi Is In charge of the fur- REPETITIONThe children e o f Jacksonville, ,feet on the Emma
Hughes lot In
of this unit, the first aid were visiting Mra. Rowe's par-j the
and this. boys were never more con enta Mr. and Mr,,. J. M._. R..ddlJoh____, Livingston, Truby & Company's -
; furnishing will vincing than this year. Their Sunday. .n addition to the town of

..t atripes.'I forward have been immediately.ordered Sup- 'liven are dedicated to the betterment Will H. Edwards spent Sunday Starke; George W:. Thomas April
and all 18
of for
i mankind, they will work' here with his family. remodelling and enclosing -
week. The matter be completed of an air' as Is hard as the dollar a year man Mrs. Jack ''Balles, nee Martha a back porch. jft Do Your Trading
supposed to
they will enact Wells, Is spending several
system was discussed. It l days
agreed that Thursday after. the reclamation that will revolutionize with her mother, Mrs. :Mae B. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware
a test of burned Wells Martha returns to West Driven in "
3 ringing of the Meth- matches, they will shake Palm Beach away with every $40
t church bell will take place hand Tuesday or certificates.Are .
every year Instead of Mrs.
listeners stationed every H. Edwards was in Redeemed
several two or four, they will
change Jacksonville
from town In each di- Saturday visiting rel ,
system of GARAGE
n to promotion In the Army at Ives. 'e
ascertain at
.dis and
t Navy from one of caste to J. H.
the Dulaney Wauchula
bell can be heard.: If one of berry STARKE FLORIDAYou
ti Is satisfactory, a manner of future merit they will stop all buyer, was In town Saturday to
wars before
they start taking look the
the bell for a warning and all over. Mr. Du-
profit out of war laney's ,
the all-clear will be produc- trucks have been loading
adopted tion, they will
a' test ringings will be reduce the allow Lawtey berries since the season
staged ance to
the edification of the Congressmen for trans started He has been one of the
trust we will have the Cooper-public. portation from to and from Washington most consistent buyers of Lawtey S Known Already for Ills WarVorJt
pfl twenty cents mile berries for
of the several
entire section to be years and the
$ by our first aid station. to the. the cattle actual fare, they win take fact that Lawtey consistently has JIMJ.
G off the highway there- I the highest average in sales in

1 and Mrs. Eddie Morris' of by removing one of the greatest Bradford county Is partially attributed G.
f Francisco Cal., are here for menaces of present day travel, to this buyer.
r weeks visiting Mrs. Mor they will put teeth In the collection Little Mlsa Barbara Moore, CARPCONGRESS
r parents Mr. and Mrs W. E. laws of our State and every daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred I

This sailor, with years bill one will really see the Townsend Moore, Is in Tampa for several And We Also Save for
materialize. You
service In the A
navy behind him, great institu weeks. She will visit her uncle,
Y h l In from the far east, hav lion, politics. Complete Immu- J. B. Moore, b r o ther of Mrs. Money By Giving Good

,, seen much action with the nity from breach of promise suits.. Moore. Leather and Quick Ser-
,' at the start of the Mr. and Mrs.
war. Mrs. Sydney Grlffls formerly Billy Edwards of vice.
n ( -Chief Boatswain's Jacksonville Second District
Annie May Stlth of Lake Geneva spent Sunday here
you.) with relatives.
Is now a resident
Lawtey. She Democratic
Subject the
and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. to
f'' Adrian Covington Is employed at the Jackson Joe Shuford
r', s Mobile, Ala.. are visiting Mr. restaurant Jacksonville were in Lawtey 8 us.AR Work Guaranteed Primary May 5

!r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ironh day visiting relatives. Vole for : with Cory
ad makes Iti! Victory
Ni E. Covington. rell left today for Norfolk K. B.to Har-go Lawtey Among are the Ellis new Orr residents and youn of I Electric Shoe Shop


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lHigh School Journal J \IMNTERNEES J : : I i 4 1-

I WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS! By Edward C. Wayne Paul; / Too Much? A N

rial Senior Biographies I IJAUNIT. Class Prophecy 1942Below Laval Given French Polke PowersAs ..I

.\ KALCII Germany Fears Invasion Threat
:1.ltYmcrllm8 ;
IS r>ECE5 It was September 21, 1924 when i
vacation are some excerpt from office In Hollywood. He never al-

mean that Juanita was born. The blessed EXPOZAY," a thriving newspaper lows a single incident to be cen- U. S. I Bombers, Subs Smash at Japs; !
not event happened In Ocala Florida
This need founded, owned, and cap- sored.

time hanging' heavily on When Juanita was about a year ably edited by Marjorie Thompson Josephine McNeal and Dorothy Increased Undersea Program LikelyEDITOR'S
e spent It old she and her parents moved to Rosier.
dS.We may Grlffls are co-owners In a do-nut I
spend it fool- Hampton. There she started her Freeman Register has recently and coffee-shop between the U

Iy; we may school career. The first year she been elected Mayor of Lulu de- NOTE-Wh..plnl.n.; .' > .< In III.** .l mit lhr
| /
fold ourVletTspend went to school, S. O. and the Soldier's recreational a Ui*.. .! tk. .*:' annly.l and .::.:::::*,IIi .( l t: : .:...:.)
Itself. The every morning feating his opponent by a large Hall. They cater only to civi- i. t rn N.w.puper Union..*__ "
| there when she got up she would go majority of 12 votes. lian trade. '
d not be true and crawl under the house to Dorothy Green has taken over
to be Jone.my Sylvia Morse, through the of- VICHY: U. S. SUBS: .
from to ;
ny things keep going school. She Helena Rubinstein, Eve Arden, itSENATOR 1
catch up on some of said that she was afraid of her I Yardley and Lucien Lelong. The fice of County Superintendent pressure from Berlin JP oil pack TacticsThe t

p and rest that schoollest we have teacher, but the fact Is, I believe, reason for her success? She Clifton In Hayes establishing, has finally herself succeeded Regardless of underlying causes, success of American subma- !
aisles' during that she Just didn't want to go. wears them all at one time. geometry teacher in dear old B. or of how much Justification there rines !in the present Pacific war with I i
is Important to rec- Her most unforgettable momentwas Jacqueline Andrews has boughtout might have been the
H.! S. She stresses overturn of credit for a substantial percentageof
'In which most of us willour when she had her hands Henry Ford and the exclusivefeature one point- government !in Vichy .which had the amount of Japanese warshipssent ,
will turning a right angle o n two
time The activity spanked by the teacher for mak- Is her own Invention; a wheels Is brought Laval back to power as to the bottom had caused

IIIlt us up so that we con ing so much noise. convertible tank or sedan that dangerous. "civil supervisor" had been definitely Chairman Vinson of the house naval

,'"< in our studies Juanita will be remembered as carries machine guns In the rear.J. Buddy Davis Is giving six les- accepted by Britain and the affairs committee to present a pro-
//rTurn In the fall. So E. Denmark is selling Fuller sons on "How to Win Friends and United State decision \
one of our star basketball girls. as a to "go gram calling for $800,000,000 more GILLETTE
we play, we have Brushes and his Influence People; and If you with the Axis." !
when She believes that the happiest lady customers! in undersea craft.A Offers four-paint program.'t

,,ed time. moment of her life was when she know him as "Fuller Bull." like him the lessons are free. It had come at a moment when program adopted In 1940 called .
t I
reading of approved maid got her new basketball suit. Patsy Roberts owns the con- Madeline "Photoflash" Lecla: Is there were some Indications that for 63 such ships. This would call Latest "scandal" to land on the I!

raise our mental stands And trolling stock in the Pepsi-Cola at the North Pole taking color Vichy was wavering in Its collabo- for 100 more, or more than double front page. had been a report give
now some of her likes. ,
need not be dull and untlng. Bottling Company. She also owns pictures for LIFE. Her able as- ration with Germany and that the amount previously authorized. to the public by Senator Gillette of ,
t First of all she liken hamburgers
in fact, much of It exclusive rights for commercial sistant Is Margaret Bourke-White. Petal and his associates were look The navy last October, had 160 Iowa that Japanese Internees some ; I
(they say ahe has Wimpy beat), Joe Allen Lander recently expectorated with of them were being paid $50 a '
this Is one of the best'visiting trade to Borneo. ing longing and friendly eyes submarines In service of which onlya
) distant places If uniforms, "Stardust, dancing, Juanita Kalch Is a professional Into Mountain Fuji toward the United States as a pos few were of the 1,500-ton "cruiser month by the government a* against 4

unable to leave our own and the color blue. Her dUlikes basketball player in Cincinnati, yama causing the Island of Hon- sible source of food supplies. type" which are now under construction $21 for selectee i, I

so to speak. BesidesIt are stuck-up people and hard and is third on the list of the shu to blow up destroying 65-: Some favorable steps had been and planned by the Vin Th senator said h* was 1m,

lard a heartrending work. highest ten Income taxpayers In 000,000 Ja{>1I. The next morning, made in this direction then, all ofa son program. pressed by the source of his information '

presents- as our moodto Juanita Is now employed at the America. Astronomer Ovid Futch located a sudden, Laval seized the police The naval plan would be for the and that he might ask for

splitting demand- -arena of color- County Agent's office and hopesto Louie Lee Wainwright has retired new constellation and named it power, and before the world knewit United States to adopt the same the congress to Investigate. : i

tertalnment and a valuable continue her work there after after 17 years of faithfully "The remains of the Rising Sun." Laval was back In the cabinet The senator added- that In any, ,

of Interesting facts school la out. So If you ever are driving the Lawtey school bus. The American Public expremed and many believed It marked the case, he was offering a four-point: t I k

Ion In need of any agricultural advice He receives a monthly pension of their appreciation with, a dollars end of the Petatn regime. program a* follows: .I
e have hobbles, summer just stop around and see $3000 from the Board of County worth of defense stamps. London was very positive about 1. Put all Jape, native and alien.'

e to pursue them-add to Juanita and she will gladly help Commissioners. Iretta Brannen la a sensation I the whole thing, saying frankly that under United Nation authority and I l
ions or at least widen the the re-entry of Laval Into the Nr remove them from the Pacific coast)<
you out! Leonard Smith Is president of overnight with her new book, I government of them. Ihr' 2. Rescind all their civil: right
the who
-C. A. T. "Back man looks acts
the Association of Western Union With the Breeze. It Is a
|any rate, we can spend! a and talks like Hitler "reduces for the duration.
Singers In the United States. His most Intriguing plot telling how
GKKALUINK S1IXX>\ France to the level of a nickel Bal- 3. Draft all the males between 20 .
ble as well aa happy vacar only difficulty Is that he can't Ralph Nettles conquers the impossible -
kan state" The spokesman contin- and 44 for farm work under army, ,' I
there are so many thingsSo Geraldine was born on Christmas hit high C.Margie to solicit funds for a new control and for basic I I,
ued: "It clearly indicates the com- army pay.
let's not permit time Day In the year 1924 and Mathews manages the school building.. Ralph said.! "I plete subservience of the Vichy pol- 4. Support this entire program i;

hands and make has spent her whole l life in the continent. want to leave this building beforeit t
g on our large dairy on icy to Berjln. with fund obtained from frozen Japanese I

ry and fretful. Starke. After 17 years of extensive ex- leaves me. Two vital reasons were seen for the money now In this country I! '.

-M. E. M. Quite naturally she has likes, perimenting, she has developed a Shirley Morgan Pollet owns a Laval development and both of them The senator said that he had Information -,', : \ ,

and here are some of them for cow that gives chocolate milk. French Chateau 'on the banks of were envisioned as Germany "crack- there was the sum of I i" ,

JRevoirI those who may want to. please Velma Norman not long ago, Alligator Creek. She is trying to Ing down" on the Fetaln regime. 130000.000 now available, and that! \

her Dancing and the Air Corps won the world-wide typing con get the 'city council to build a The first was the German fear that several hundred million more could'

I the time you read this, the or would dancing with the Air test in Hampton. She averaged four-lane highway to her ser- an American-British Invasion of the be liquidated by selling frozen Japsneie -! .I \

\\2 school term will be hls- Corps be better Blonde hair and 13 words per minute and the vant's quarter continent through France Is immi v asset In this country ( '

Consequently this Is the Dot Green, but there Is nothing friction caused the keys to melt. Jewell Reddish is manufacturing nent. T' ,

ue i of the Journal until nexte similar there. Hotdogs. horse- To determine which Is the best sandwich spreads and hot The second was that Germany RUSSIANS: ;

have enjoyed presentingws back riding and home economics cook, Carrie Bell Bennett Coker, seasonings. Her merchandise la feared the growing friendliness of Place name coming out In Ru-1' I

of B, H. S. to the read- (could the teacher be the cause?) Darrah Johns Elder, and Selma recognized by the trade-mark, Vichy and Washlngon through the clan dispatches spoke volumes! r '

1 the Telegraph, and If we are her other weaknesses.The Thornton McCall have entered Into Reddlsh's Relish. Radish, and ministrations of Leahy. more than any claim of killed or1 I I

(given them a little better things that rub her the a cake baking contest. A reliable Rubbish." Hardly anybody thought the French CARL VIMSO.VAn : wounded because they definitely''! i I i

landing of our school Its wrong way, or get under her dentist will be on hand to Eugene Beam Is traveling over /Beet would Immediately go Into the $1100,000,000 program. had showed that the German ".prln.j] !

IU Interests and its ac- skin as you will are conceited repair the judge's teeth. the state of Florida showing his I war on Germany' ilde, neither "wolfpack" tactics used by the laps offensive" although well way! I

hments' we will consider people and the ones who eat on- David Shuford has replaced amazed onlookers how to prop- could most observers see French and German against American with hundred of thousand of men. t ,I

lak worthwhile. ions and hillbilly music. Glen Cunningham as a marathon erly eat oysters from the half- soldiers fighting against the Russians shipping Though It was pointed out was getting nowhere. 'i i

-The Editors -J. W. A. runner and can do the conga in shell.Luwton nor French flier manning that we are building ships faster For !Instance, the Reds had 1 '

three-quarter time. Youngblood champion planes to bomb Britain. than they ar* being sunk:, Vinsonfelt | claimed to have pierced German I \

Hilda Haskins and her husband flag-pole sitter, recently suffered But they could see a strong effortto that an Increased sub program line In the vicinity of Bryansk; constant -, I \

operate the well-known Hanking' a' broken-finger when knocked be made at one by Germany would kick the Japs out of the war reference were made to action '

st Will i And Testamentthe Auto Parts," near the city limits from the top of the Empire State faster as their shipbuilding facilitieswere north and south of Lake 11- \

t of Starke. At night, they entertain Building by Bertlce Silcox who limited. men; Kalinin wa* a common name I 'h{ : I t', 4''14

their friends with "home Is learning to solo I Bert Ice wantsto In the dispatches and the report, l "' t
seniors of 1942 hMne-lrtpar____ brother.__ __. Joe.ueitlanable MacARTHUR .
-- n movies." do her bit for National De : from town like Mariupol In the ,, '
character anddo I, Enos Hayes, leave Verllna
Frank Crews, President of the fense. Doris Dyal has everlastIng In Command south and Vitebsk of Nazi atrocities'
ordain and thist to find another boy friend.I .
publish Florida Bonehead Association, has faith in Bertice's ability, and could only have been obtained j
t Will and Testament be- J. E. Denmark leave my Although It had seemed clear
Russian advance
Nor- of
just fired secretary Dorothy possesses! a desire to be with Ber as the result
e depart from to the next best man. from '
the through dispatch
enfolding presidency enough
man for giving her sincere opinion tlce when she clips Hitler from There were German admissions .,
area of Bradford High I, Geraldine Silcox leave my Australia that the return of Mae- t
of him. the summit of the Matterhorn."At r 1 showing Russian advances a breakthrough
I. ability to skip school to Sara Arthur from the Philippines had '.
A red-headed genius, namely this pace," said Doris, "it ir command .of admitted near Lake Ilmen.
the him In
been to
Incoming Barefoot. place
senior clans
Douglas Hazen, has Invented a won't be long now. and Berlin broadcasts had said that i n
ve our extensive Christmas I. Dot Green, leave my name all armies of the United Nations In 't
machine. He Is the central .
perpetual-motion Cleo Noiman, traveling com- the Red. were pounding ,
In the the Far East, some doubt had followed I ,
orations not made In as the most popular girl '
also leading a minor revolution panion to the Dutchesa of Windsor front with an army of 00,000 in-,
and! according to last senior class to Jean Edwards this !in the eye of the public
our to' turn the of tank. |
the sole purpose being recently spoke before the of stories about Gen eluding hundred t
the leave largely because
ory total Hazen. (
value was I. Douglas my
courthouse into a night club. "One Piece Garment FoundationClub I
Also, James Brooks.I eral Blarney, and the small amountof 'I'I
you may have our talkingto COUCHLIN
Geraldine Silcox and Buck :Mc- of America" in Hellbronn.of from Mac- :
many privileges namely Joe Allen Lander, leave my Millan are stars In Zlegfield'a which Claudle Bell Brown Is Arthur.material coming I Social Justice, the weekly newsrpaper i t
Uons the last semester Ifpasses handsome features t 0 Thomas
the latest show "Camp Bla.ndlng Fol- president. Finally the direct question was putto :, which was founded at Royal, -

impossible B Trlest. lies." Odell Jones, football coach at the American generalissimo, and Oak. Mich., by the Rev. Charles K.Coughlln. :. .

t, and the ,right to walk I, Dorothy Norman leave my SonnY' Haynes operates a riding Florida has been frequently an- his headquarters gave credence to radio priest, had beea I

"reo up town at noon If you small size to Charles Parker.I out- academy in Cherry Blossom Laneat noyed by Paul Rogers high pressure the rumor when it frankly said it barred from the mail. I It

Doris Dyal. leave my D. C., If ever In insurance salesman who sincerely stale-
the Washington, didn't know-that the general's status Father Coughlln Issued a
Incoming Juniors we standing appearance in boots and the capital and desire a jolt (not urges Odell to take out a was not clear. ment denying present ownership of '
you the '
r money honorable for ways of riding panta to Gibbs Carolyn Davis Green.I Jr., political but physical) be sure to policy on each of his player But PIERRE: LAVAL This called for a statement by the paper or any connection with ,

deem purposes* you Horance look him up.Because Odell Is highly i I optimistic, be- Who talk like Hitler. President Roosevelt and Prime Min its edlterial content since last fait I t.
necessary. leave before I own the school by of Bertha Loper's Influence lieving that he will have advice however had I
a won- ister Curtin, the former stating thatit Washington i
e Incoming sophomores, we I' the Homestead Act. in her column of public derful season and wDl end up to man unoccupied Franca with his understanding that Mae- Indicated that the principal: owner. i '
you the thrill of being I. Odell Jones leave my many, has been without troop which could be depended on to was ."
I' opinion. Enou Hayes any serious causualtles. Arthur was in supreme command. hip rested with the "radio priest' I
to serve Martin. i Invasion attempt and thus ,
at the annual girl friends to Kenneth chairman of the Hays -Enos fight an and mother.
as Hayes. father
'senior banquet. Also our I. Hilda Hasklna Jackson, leave relieve Germany of the necessity, The following day this had been 1
I'' Interest through field glasses concurred In fully by Prime Minister The accusation: against the publication ;
and delight In for my back seat in the balconyof and already I \"
"*, especially homework. the Florida Theatre.I. Junior "B" Club Ninth Grade NewsOur they could see the Germans preparing Curtin who went into enough detail conducted had been along two things the line-that of the It'was I ,.. ,

the 'IncOming leave with gun emplacement on the chan *o that little doubt could remainas '
Bertlce my
freshmen we Silcox
s'ly' give you our sympathy cousin. Geraldine (I hope). Party A SuccessThe section of the ninth grade nel coast.'MERCY. to MacArthur's command power Axis countr/propaganda. and. second war that against it had been this' ,

yoU start on Caesar and I. Lawton Youngblood. leave had-$760 left in the treasury *. substantial contrlbuUon n
Pare. Junior "B" Club party was SHIP: The only point remaining not clear "miking a
You Wads-
d to are also re- Shakespeare with held Friday night April 17. at after we attended a show and hada was whether MacArthur' power to a systematic and unscrupulousattack"
address' the seniors worth; four years are enough for For Bataan nation's ef-
as the war
Hall. Zealand. A Neth- upon
d MADAM the American Legion class party. We voted to continue extended to New
did a The first revelation of Identity of erlands spokesman had confirmed fort.'- ,
the The decorating the custom established by
Seniors Amen
Individually Ralph Nettles leave. the men lost In the battle of Bataan such Dutch force : '
d with red, white, his command over r rA
bequeath the following; I. Cleo Norman leave my abil- wonderful Job to make the I the Freshmen of 1941, and leave (the Jap claim: had been 8,700 Americana a. had escaped from the East Indies AIR EPIC:

IIITah to Johns Elder, leave my ity to make B pluses! In Englishto and blue crepe paper A public address I this balance to the school. of 40,000 total prisoners) came and the fact that General Still- heroic eple of the air was the, r

catch a. man to Clarice Judy McRae.I hall very pretty.provided music for I We have enjoyed our first year when 600 relatives of 1,400 New Mex- well was in command of Chinese In story of the rescue at sea of 17 survivor -, 7 r

Jewell Reddish leave my system ico soldiers pleaded for a "mercy Burma seemed sufficient confirmation of a torpedoed vessel, including i It+

Eugene to Beam, leave m y quiet unassuming and dignified the evening. of high school work, and hope ship" to be sent to Bataan with food' from that quarter. one woman by a navy patrol r

keep correct SCOres of ways to Nina Bishop.I Some of the evening was spent each succeeding year will be as and clothing. plane piloted by Ensign Franc! E.

askelball games, to Marlon Paul Rogers, leave my abilityto playing bingo and everyone really pleasant.We They comprised fathers mother, PRICES : Pinter of Bethlehem Pa.

Freeman find duties outside of school enjoyed that. We certainly appreciated wish to express our appreci- sisters and brothers of the men of And Labor' Pinter plane, a twin-motored':

Register the prizes" which were coast artillery (antiaircraft from San Juan to, j
leave the to George Flynn. ation to our principal each of the 200th corps President bomber flying
ge of trying to leave .donated by local stores. the state of New The chances were that submarine patrol;
ta get all the I. Louie Lee wainwright our Instructors and our home all from "beat to the punch" Guantanamo on ..
on my car to Comer Per- my ability to drive the Lawtey After our entertainment com- room teacher-Mrs. Perkins. She Mexico.It Roosevelt might to legislate on got a radio message to Investigate':
U. school bus to Curtis Lanier.I mittee took care of us so well never tires In her efforts In our was stated In their petitionthat congressional an a raft at a certain point and to'
IIlta situation by pegging
Kalch, ease added believed their unit to have the labor chance of effecting a rescue. p
to leave my "up"o Sylvia Morse leave my the refreshment committee behalf and; It has been a pleasureto they Including rents and waeaand report
Gloria Buford.' for learning to Eloise Gardner.I their part. We certainly had a direction and had more men in it than that from prices lie bad taken off with 1100 gallon
Marjorie be under her Interest on capital thus following !-
Thompson Rosier, Velma Norman leave my big time. any other single state. Australian of gas and bad burned 300 gallon. ,
Illy editorship school guidance. While some of the relatives did the Canadian and lightened his ship by 1,800 pounds 4 '
of the jour- ability to get out of by 4 Eunice Griffis reporter. -Lyle Anderson reporter. effect. or
anYone who will have who needs an not sign and ,hope was expressedthat sytems already and though the sea was rough he
It. Illness to
anyone Mott asst. reporter. the
Dorothy against
guarding : .
Leonard Australia
Smith perhaps much of the corps had decided to chance It "as rescue
to sing telegrams leave my excuse. leave BETHEL escaped from Bataan to Corregldor.( "black market" troubles Englandhad seemed necessary at one." I "
m Y
y. to Billy I. Clifton the Hayes outstanding rep- "B" Club Outing By )Ira. D. D. Woodard there was enough evidence that the had. because of a dir shortage Down he came, !got the people Into .
reputation aa
Othma to induce of commodities, took the same step aQ of them so exhausted
Haynes How- regiment had been trapped his plane. t
I girl leave my resentative from Brookor to Enjoyable EventThe James L. Hobbs and Essie Edln Senator Chavez to go to work at Canada had and brought all prices that they needed help for the trans- 1' ; I

complexion to June ard Douglas.I. of Camp Blanding were the Washington In their behalf. and service,, under control of the fer. ODe wa tied to the deck the .
Lester McMillan, leave my last outing of the I
Madeline of Mrs. Jimmie Woodardand The first thing that had been done government woman !got a bunk. the rest sat or
Lech guests '
Walter King.I.
IP\eso to leave my contagious laugh to Club, at Goldhead Branch '. ,however was for the senator to ask The price commissioner was given lay where they could three of them t I.
take the opposite Bertha Loper. leave my natural rain' held family Sunday. authority to peg all prices and services
lathe I was a big success. The the President for definite word a* In the bomb compartment. II
qUestion to Everett blonde curly hair to Marguerite nicely. A cool breeze Miss. Mary Dixon of Clay to the fate of New Mexico's 200th. at levels he might select

Patsy I Gilpin. off very County was visiting Mrs. R. V. The announcement already had I P

leave my'' I Mae Parker, leave my Intefest ruffled the wave on the lake but BOMBERS I that such '
ng beauty Higginbotham recently.Mrs. U. S. : gone out from Washington MISCELLANY I j
to Bobble Cam0V1d in school news to Mary Lee John- the swimmers declared that it Ira W. Allen was visiting .Sensational report from GeneralMacArthur' a move was "under consideration by : r F

FutCh son.I.. made new people of them. Aa for Mrs. Annie Hardenbrook of Clay headquarter had provided the government," and most observer j ,

to Richard, leave my ahort- Claudie Bell Brown leave my t those who went boating they County recently.Mrs. the Information that American felt that under precedent aa wellas DcirH Henry Ford announced ;': I

\ Jacksonn happy-go-lucky ways to Patsy had made a devastating law the Executive Branch hid have discovered 1' ,
V\d Shuford found a lively rival In the wind Wanda Fay Alvarez of plane that his research engineers 1 '
t the leave what II Keen.I. thoroughly enjoyed it. attack, on Japanese base in the the wartime power to do this. a method of making a satisfactory 't
football but they this section is visiting her mother
to all team after I Dorothy Griffls. leave my t time by the lake the In Live Oak. Philippines. Technically, this if carried out by auto tire with.onesixteenththa l i
the After a gay Mrs. Whitfletd.
junior glrLl who walk to Idalou Davis.I the.Prelldenwould tend to spikethe In tire.. It 1 "
a football athletic climbed the hill to the Map showed however that unless I rubber used present .
Carrie hero. Josephine McNeal leave mytall picnicker where they foundall We are all proud to know that ; the planes had been carrier gun of congressmen proposinglaws win) wear weft be said.Lradra ; I

my Bell Bennett Coker, athletic height to Betty picnic pavilion delicious things that go everybody in this section la able based or at some point not heretofore setting the work week and the : A large number of American I
ability those
ce June to keep secrets Lynn.I. dogs. A portable vlc- to be picking strawberries and revealed* In American hands, return to capital on war contract, were In London taking a *peclal J

Shirley Harding. Iretta Brannen. leave my, with hot from which l Issued the"latest" having fun.BfANlTSCRIPT. the shortest roundtrip flight from because it would affect all worker, course on bow to defend mer.

bllity to Morean Pollethuand- leave ability to play basketball to Lois, trola and dancing In the little Australian territory would have pegging their wages at certain levels chant: *hlp* against attack by U-

l"Ine lnag a to Newsome. made the eveninga COVERS -41 been 2,800 mile to the southern tip and also, presumably setting boat

ilCqueline NOI1znan. I. Margie Mathews, leave before dance topping pavilion*ucce. per 100 BRADFORD COUNTY of Mindanao or about 4.000 mile*. their hour of work. I

lit the Andrews leave my they have to carry me out. -K. A. TELEGRAPH. > II

lenlor class to my -Margie Mathews. .

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New Assistant At YMCA.USO Miss Peek EntertainsFor Masons To ,11eet

Iit.: SOCIETY and CLUBS .. ... .. .. .. .... Mrs. Thomson
4 .... .. .. .... .-_. The regular
: :,,' Miss Frances Peek entertained Bradford lodge No 33 p'

t'' Mrs. Dreyer Becomes Bride Miss Stump To Graduate WSCS Members .. '01'>';"(.',, I North Friday Church night at street'her home with on a M.M. will M. be Mid Monday, ,

', Of Mr. Daughtery From Nurses School Hear Good ReportOf ""M'.w" .,-;:;..,I bridge party :for Mrs. William conferred/All melUbere will P bt

At St. Edwards Church Mire Lillian Stump daughter of State ConferenceThe >> ;WM'" >..,., Thomson a recent bride. The ed, by C. A. Futch .ech\
living room was decorated with be
t present with
.1 J a St. Edward's Catholic Church Mr. and Mrs. F. F Stump, will Woman's. Society of Christian .. ., pink gladiolas and red roses.I tioa to ail visiting a SPecIal h

was the scene of a lovely Wedding be graduated :from the Orange Service met Monday afternoon i '. ,',< I' After several! progressions of Maiter

i Saturday morning at 10:30: o'clock General Hospital School of Nursing at the church for the regular .:..... I bridge it was found that Mrs. CARD OF
27 and
In Orlando on April SRI T11.111g
'y when Mhte Elnore J. Dreyer to Charles Darby had high and waa
ii t I) daughter of Mr. and Mrs K.!: J. friend here have received the monthly meeting which was 'r S 5; presented with a double deck of We wish, to express
"The Boardof .. OUr
Dreyer of Tonawanda N. Y., be- following Invitation: opened with a devotional service cards. Mrs. William Powell was appreciation for the

came the bride of Mr. John A. Governors and the Members of led by Mrs. A. Wood. _ft; Sn given a handkerchief as low scorer nesses extended to us marl d
Class of the
the Graduating .
Daugberty, con of Mr. and Mn. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. L. and Miss Peek presented the recent death
1 Orange General Hospital Schoolof mother y<<
) A. M. Daugherty of Milwaukee with wife and
of D. Vining and the Rev. G. C. honoree an appropriate gift. All \
1 2't '' Will. Nursing request the honor Powell attended the annual con- S ) The hostess, assisted by Mr. be done for our comfort .JJ
your presence at the commence-
The ceremony waa performed by ference of the WSCS last week in Charles Darby served a delicious Joseph Prevatt
i the Rev. Thomas J. Murphy before ment exercises Monday evening Miami. Mrs. salad course. Enjoying this asde
Carpenter gave an party
; : gip''qs i
tt./ April 27, 1942 at eight o'clock.
1i : ./ a background of arrange- Building enthusiastic report of the proceedings with the honoree were Misses
Simmons -
'({} + menu of white carnation gladioli Orange General Hospital, Orlando and among other things Hope Haynes, Isabel Thomson, i
and tall white tapers. The baccalaureate stated that the conference votedto Evelyn Btump Mrs. William Pow
Florida. The -
traditional wedding marches and services will be held on Sun- send a letter to President : ell. Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Mis.
4 a pre-nuptlal program of organ Roosevelt that
asking he take Charles Darby
26, at eleven o'clock,
day April
music were played by PFC Vivian of .,
steps to stop the sale beer and )
at St. Luke's Episcopal Church
S. Brown. all intoxicating liquors in or near ; f Elected To Phi Beta Kappa
In Orlando.
+ R 1l"rt
The bride white
was lovely !In a Army camp areas Mr. Powell k S ,
I chalk Crepe outfit with which ahe 3F
also talked on his conference with '9 k 1w
r wore blue accessorle and a corsage Kennedy-Davis Bishop Moore and stated that the Miss Katherine Wear daughterof
t Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wear of
of blue Irla and sweet
peas. Bishop would probably visit the
l Mlwa Doris Ludwig mald-of- Mr and Mrs. Victor Davis, of Starke and a senior at Oberlin
Starke church sometime
in m
honor wore a blue ensemble with Hut tleld. Ga., announce the marriage May. College has been elected to mem-
yellow accessories and a corsage I of their daughter. Ruby to The business session was presided ., bership In Phi Beta Kappa na-
Ikl" u of vellow lonnuils. Sergeant T. R. Kennedy of Cool- over by the president Mrs. tional honorary :fraternity according \
i1if :Mr. Daugherty had as his Beat Idge, Ga, on March 22. E. K. Ferryman while Mrs. Will to an announcement from ?.
The bride Is of Moul- Blair acted as secretary and In I
man Bud Kreger of Milwaukee. a graduate the co ege. It Was also stated
11 The bride was given In marriageby trle (Ga.) High School and later the abxence of the treasurer the that Miss Wear has placed on

her brother Jon. E. Dreyer of attended Perry Business College. report was read by Miss Olive class honor lists and has been
Gainesville. Immediately after For the past year and a half .he Ray. This report showed that awarded a tuition scholarship. RISE
ffu the and ban been employed with the United during the past month the Society
ceremony a reception wedding
; State. Civil I Service at Camp had paid out the sum of $f 16.96 TO
breakfast held In
''C ; wo the No New Street LightsThe
NCCS-USO. Blanding. and that the bill for the new elec-
Among those attending
tric stove dishes, silver and all c:: FAMEUp.
from Sergeant Kennedy was grad-
out of town were: City CowacllTeuesday night
q4 uated at Coolidge (Ga.) High I outstanding small bills have been
Mr A. M. Daugherty, and Miss asked the Telegraph to notify the .
; paid !in full. The op coot Rnmrordlupwl5r.put.ttoa
l Mary Louisa Daugherty of Milwaukee School, and is now with the U Saturday night Miss Jewell Prrxnell will arrive here Monday to accept. a positioncornea people that new street lights may for b"ld".IOo.ben.

9p.; : Mrs. E. J. Dryer Mrs. S. Army Air Corps stationed at suppers have been discontinuedand as nsalHtant director of activities at the YMCA-USO. She not be put up here and there ford waj ch. fine iciemiic Bib, |N,

Jua Robinson, Mrs. Conrad Metz- Albany CaBirthday luncheon the new project Is serving here from West Florida, where she has been Field Supervisor! of the over the City of Starke at will. der.. mt m.d -.nd toll lint mkjj
: :Mrs every Wednesday for the cooks. Rwnfoni,i."liguniformly. .
ger. Joseph Wurph and Mrs. Because of having
Rotary Club. Federal Muslo Iroject for the past five years. Miss PretineU holds no priority .
a Robert Wolfe of LuncheonLast FREE New .w.
Tonawanda N. and
rating material
no on hand it
a Master's Degree" In Musical Education from Columbia booklet. .
University B kitchen .
Mrs. I. P. panio.Idart
i ? Y., and Mrs. O borne Be sent of Shepherd secretaryof will not be possible to grant all .
Jacksonville. Saturday at noon Mrs. J, mission study reported a successful and has received honors from the Julllard School of Munlo in New the I Rumfotd Baking Powd,IsRumford
requests that come in :for additional .Rhode Ul.nd.
+ Following the reception. Mr. F. Colley gave a birthday luncheon all-day meeting on Thurs- York City. During her stay there she was soloist in St. AndrewsKplscopal street lights.

1)p ;i and Mrs. Daugherty left for a ,at Ann A Harry's for her day of last week. Those! review- Church and alto had the honor of being the first voice

wedding trip to South Florida. granddaughter. Miss Shirley Col. ing a chapter In the book "Rootsof student; at Elon College to be presented In full concert at the end
f ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Christian Democracy in Amer.. of her freshman year.
Mfr Wm. Henry Graham III Colley on her 16th birthday. In- ica." were: Mrs. W. E. Middleton -
vited to be with the honoree were Mrs. J. W. White Mrs E. K. "

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Graham MAS| Marjorie Glider Miss Fay Perryman Mrs. A. Wood Mrs. Mrs. 'Thomson Honored' Royal Service Program GoodsJUST

a Jr., announce the birth of a son, Yarbrougb Miss Catharine Noll- Titus Olaon, Mrs. Will Blair, Miss At L.uncheon..Sunday Presented MondayBy Sporting
q s William Henry Graham III on man and Miss Jewell Powell. Olive Ray Miss Amy Coburn.

r Friday. April 17. In St. Luke's -- Honoring Mrs.: William Henry Baptist Circles
Jlo pltal. Jacksonville. Before her
marriage Mr. Graham was Miss Thomson Jr.,. a recent bride i Circle number two of the Baptist

UP Alyce Fuller of Gainesville. Carolyn Callstreet ( Mrs. F. H. Long and daughter, W. M. S. presented the Royal

.. j; Mrs., Richard R. Thede, entertained Service program at the Church
/ e'L at a luncheon Sunday at Monday afternoon with Mrs. R.

ELECT one o'clock, at Mrs. Long's homeon A. Thomas program chairman,
North Walnut Street. in charge. Seventeen members ARRIVED! A COMPLETE L

t5'J.. P. (Jake) Roberts'Representative Well, folks I glimpsed one Juanita Kalch (the basketball To each guest was presented a were present.
of the new BHS annuals tother ) .
corsage of sweet peas, and to the The following Interesting program OF SOFTBALL AND BASEBALL
day an couldn't feelln lit
help a Joe A. Lander, Shuford
(Dave the
1 ) honor guest Mrs. Thomson the on theme "Purity" was
} I& tle melancholy thumbln through (On the gridiron they were hostess gave a piece 1 of china presented: EQUIPMENT' BATS
those pages of senior photos brave) BALLS
matching her selected pattetn. "The Light of the World la ,
Almost made
me wax poetical Darrah Elder
Ovid Futch
; The guests were seated at individual Jesus" Hymn Congregation.\
$ Won't we miss 'em-No GLOVES, MITS AND CAPS
Prayer Mrs. A. M.
And as I went a-lookln' back. Not MUCH!! tables centered by small Darby.

i One smile stood out-Miss An- Dorothy Grlffls, Clifton Hayes, vases of sweet peas, and those en- ter.Hymn" -"More: Like the :Mas

drew. (Jacq) Bertha Leper's!" wlnnln' Joying the three course luncheon ,
pG The grin of blonde-haired Eu- ways were: Mrs. William Henry Thomson "Purity"-Mrs. R. A. Thomas.

; t l gene Beam, Bcrtlce Sllcox Sylvia Morse Jr., Mrs. 'Richard R. Thede "Perils to Purity"-Mra. W. B. We Also Carry Everything For Farming
G a (An answer to a maiden's Lawton' Youngblood-sure of Miss Evelyn Stump Miss Isabele Alexander.

dream) course Thomson Mrs. Grady Baggett i "Lowered Moral Standards" _
Home ec. stude Iretta Brannen. Louie Lee Wainwright, Nettles Mrs. Charles Darby Miss Frances Mrs. J. H. Lord. And Garden Work

Learnln' how to do the canntn' (Ralph)_ Peek and Miss Abby Harley. "Clean Amusement" Mrs. L.

4 t . Fight in' Tornadoes' better half H. Jennings. TRY OUR FINE LINE OF PAINTS AN

't ( Then to beautify the town. Sigma Chi Benefit Supper "Clean Literature and High

4 None so good as Claudle Brown Marjorie Roster's mighty pen Moral Standards" Mrs. H. L. VARNISHESFor.
Freeman Register's drummln The Sigma Chi of' the Presbyterian Hough.

Couldn't forget, of course his yen and Episcopal churches will "Promoting Purity In Military

nibs: Quiet Mae Parker Shirley Pot- give a benefit St. Mark's supper Camps" -- Mra T. B. Harding.
The dimpled Davis (Horance let, Saturday evening; April 25: from "Youth and Purity"-Mrs. Clyde

Glbha) Another two I won't' forget .. 6 to 8 o'clock at the Episcopal Priest. Insects We Have The Four Leading
Annual-editor Enos Hayes rectory. Supper will be served
Jewell Reddl h'* dark Playlet. "Timothy Tithe" R.
Really_deserves a lot of praise snappln', eyes, for 50 cents per plate for adults A. Boys assisted by Mine Jean- Lines Of

"Lazy" Rogers just a-nappln' 'and 2:5'cenla: for children. under nette Priest, directed b y Mrs. Spray
.llldJackson; (newly wed) 12. Everyone is cordially invitedto Clyde Priest R. A. Leader and

Voted the prettiest girl Patsy Roberts, Buck McMillan attend. Mrs. Lu A. Canova organist.

Nuff' sed. (On the gridiron he "Pr yerMnt .A.. :
waa wil -Ligbtfoot..
c VOTE FOR A J. E.: Denmark Doris Dyal ling WMS. Business Meet. Collection. $1.85 Bradford Hardware
t BRADFORD Hope they: stick around a while Awful sad" -
COUNTY the way I feel .. Benediction-Mrs. L. A. Canova.:
ya "PRODUCT Sayln' goodbye to "Jo" McNeal The monthly"biisin'esa* meeting
MaddyLecln (voted ''cute") *. ., of tb !( S. will be Junior Women

WHO WILL ALWAYS Geraldine Sllcox (what a We're gonna miss you; gals an' held in the ChurhIf.. Monday afternoon Plan Dance

{ HAVE TilE BEST beaut!) '. '. lads. April 27. The Junior I Woman's Club will'i Company

INTERST OF .tieoaard Smith 'an' Sonny So here' a wish for good luck sponsor a dance In the Woman's
k Haynes grade! Alice St. John .' She'll be !In Club (YWCA) building Friday

BRADFORD COUNTYAT Margie brains)Mathews...< (beauty an' Darien Conn., till 'June ..... night. May 1. starting. at 9 p. m. J. B. Carlisle, ,Owner
IIEART y Know jou'U be Admission
glad to hear will be 00 cents for
Normans Cleo. Dot an' Velma, that "Willie Hank" has arrived Add Similes the stags and 75 cents for
Happy as expression couples. |
(Paid Political Adv.) McCall (jurf call her Congratulations) to Bill :
and on Doc Herlong's face
Selma) .- Alyce Graham! I
I Official nam. when the Methodist ladles served
Coker, Dorothy Green. Is William
Henry III. but Alyce corn bread muffins at the Rotary
decided months ago to call luncheon 4
him Wednesday Incidentally -
Willie Hank (rhymes,with spank) the Rotarians predict .
Seems .there was never any they won't have any more attend- Keep Faith "With RE.ELECT

doubt that It'd be a boy ance troubles soon as everyone LEX GREEN
Must be wunnerful to be able to finds out about the wunnerful

call your shots like that! meals they're get.tin' now Rumors Your Government
Alyce did
herself proud on the persist that a certain grocery La

announcements Ver' clever will soon have feminine clerks '"lgL
r. an' original: "Bill and Alyce Gra- Peaches Y5 ;
with') our peaches War
Jt'' STARKE FLA. ham William present 'It's A Boy,' starring eh f Wonder.what1ntortun- Administration Officials.Desire.

Henry Graham III. pro ate young, lady ,kwt',$21 at Blan-

duced in by Alyce and Bill Graham ding Center tother,],night? The Re-Election Of
Sun., Mon., Tue*-April 26. 27, 28 Norrls.collaboration with Dr., S. R. Hope she finds ltt, '.. Hear two I
l k "How Green Premiere showing St. popular Junior
'Was My Valley"Walter Lukea girls might hie
Hospital between hour. of :away to prep school In Gawgia
'( ::9' Pldgcon Maureen O'Hara Donald Crisp 11 a. m. and 9 p. m. Regular next year .. Baptist Church LEX GaEEN'

) Also News and Short --., performance beginning April 30 plans to dedicate its new Hammond
t at Starke. Fla.
Management re- organ on Mother' Day e
Wed.. Thurs.-April 29 30' serves the right to cancel all r
personal -
BIO DOUBLE FEATURE appearances If star Is sleep Highly complimented- over the During His 17 Years In Congress, He Has "

No. l_"Llfe Begins For ing. fact that little 'tl
Andy Hardy"With Archie Green Is Gained Experience
Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland Male Drag Driblet- an ardent C. C. fan Hear he's Seniority And HighHHB H
No. 2-"Swamp .JV man" erts Vowa sportin.. a new diamond Rob. him always this beggtn'col. .someone. Appetfte to oddities read Committee Assignments Important CONGRESSMAN
With Ann Corio ,a gift from" ,her mother : .
and Jack LaRue Howell Naswofthy
E Well could consumesa STATI-AT IAICI
be! To
Also Harry pound of Florida.
New. Houston cake tor breakfaststrery .. MaT tttl
,George; B1 nQ"ce.tc .OCUTIC PRIMACY
( P In' day Other early morn- .
up with I
S Frl., Bat.-May 1, 2 BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Bouncln' over their the fl hJa' in" cake-eaters: Florence an'

t' No. 1-Cadet Girl" Dew every back afternoon from lately waves, nearly Grace toasted Marcus; ,.Brown. Orchids who take to their':V. ''E. THERE. IS,NO SUBSTITUTE'FOR EXPERIENCEDo

tan' With Carole Landls and Ceo. Montgomery of Interest" a vlrtt to'"POints Howard, who stoutly defends the
.u No. 2-"Raiders Of The Wear Incidentally around hear Emory U. Oovt.: la those- rund, table dis.cusslons Not Swap Horses
"no In"ThMiddle
.a t Dw den's boarding Of The Stream.
vacation" ,
Also Cartoon and Serial --. He'll for Tom Pitch bouse ,M .. It everybody had this The War Crisis ''Ll Grave '
t pour over ; Civilization' Is
I With Bill BOYdMIDNIGU'l' the book at spirit,.we'd win the war whole At The Cross"roads

the Emory all summer speedln up lot quicker Which remindsme And Freedom Faces Its Supreme Test.
of '
SHOW education .. .
SATURDAY. MAY 2 that nothing states) the
11 P. M. Grace Green hldln' : case
1r'' "The Gay Falcon" glasses because of behind dark more perfectly than those" red LEX GREEN IS
a nasty sty on white an' SUPPORTING
i her blue sign that were In WAR EFFORT
l With George Sanders, Wendy eye S. O. Denmark
Barrie new all the
windows a :few weeks 100
.' est addition PERCENT
Also Selected Short. to the Brad ford back: "OUR COUNTRY
Lodge Simeon
In' to New "truck- IT OR LEAVE IT"* To which
York City las' I can only add a fervent and ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER
week-end 'Low the weather heart-felt THAN WORDSnnAIWORD
I .,
was klnda
chilly Card from
-carolyn. I

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,"t BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mm George C. White .' R

and daughter, Frances, of Tallahassee -

ting are expected to arrive tomorrow HIT !
''k8 A ef G, Alexander Is In the Mrs. Chester Wise and children Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baker left the week-end afternoon with and Mrs will J upend, W. j t 1
Gaines- were! visiting friends In Lake Kathleen Norris
preb1erl unlY Hospital Wednesday. Starke Tuesday after a visit with White Mrs G. W Alderman and Says : : ,

q Mrs. Baker's father, J. B. Rowe. Mrs L. A, Canova.

,ecedg ace* Opperman spentternOOn week-end Miss Aline with Lanier relatives spent In the Valdosta a After spending coven weeks In Mrs. A. J. Grlffls.,, of New Or- 'I tilttili4a IM Lore Is With Us, Even in Wr': I
JacksonVIlle Jacksonville
stet at Ga.Harry hospital, T. J. McIntyre leans, last week visited her sisters -
Is now able to be out Miss Bertha Taylor and Mrs. WASHINGTON (Dell 'hdlu\WNU Servlc)

again. John R. Koane. secretaries in the
Kaufman, of Ann & : (
n-utlfal office of the H.
Cleaning! CV-WYUl Insur-
Harry's, spent this week vacationIng ,
Our Starke Blandlng In Miami. Mrs. Earl Hatcher and daugh ance Agency. Her husband Is in Washington, D. C. (LAWNS)-"This
mesy Far* Theatre. ter Beverly, of Tampa are guest the U. S. Navy stationed. at New nation is beginning to produce as
dethWq kite this week of Mr. and Mra. L. F. Orleans no other nation in the world has .
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weldon have Dinkins. produced." u t '

I lack Marvin and non, announced the birth of a daughteron That statement by Donald M. Nel i
thaLrt Tbur day In Jackrti.W April 17. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd left Wednesday i son. chairman of the War Production ,
p11an nt Sgt. Rutherford Reese of Max- morning for* Griffin Ga., I board, coupled with other similar I
well Field Alabama has spent where the will join her son and evidence of the fact that war I \
Mrs. Jack Williams! of Gaines- I
the past few days here with daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mra." C. production now is soaring toward [ :
T, Turley spent ville spent Monday here with her friends. C. Shepherd, and they will to records, has spread a feeling of op- j jj
with relatives In mother Mra. B. Jacobs. timism here despite the disaster in f
|-nd Denver, Colo., to visit Mrs. Shep- the Philippines and other disturbing ,j, I !.

Mrs. Ruby Hazen of Gainesvillewas Mrs. O. L. Beasley went to herd's son-in-law and daughter, war news. The general feeling I "., :

Lvle and Miss the guest Sunday of Mr. and Tampa Monday and spent several Mr. and Mrs. G. E., Miller. here is that Allied morale and ingenuity ,1 I

Sewell at the Mrs A. E. McKinney days with her parents. Mr. and of planning is great enoughto I' ,
,ne, students Mrs. A. C. Durden. William S. Koch, who has been win the war if given materials t
College for Women equal to those of our enemies and ,
tale visiting his Mr. ,
and Mrs.
Mrs Adam Green and Misses parents; )
week-end it certain that j ,
Iwsee now appears we will.
and were Mrs. W. ,B.cg Grace and Dorothy Green spent Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Louis W. Koch In Starke, and his before not too long establish an imposing '; \
!Mr, Thursday In Gainesville. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Miss friends in Arcadia, for the past leadership in the production 'I. f,

Lucile Mitchell were visitors in two or three weeks, has gone of arms. d ,1 E

:Mrs. Ben Sternberg and Miss Jacksonville Wednesday. back to Maxwell Field in Alabamato Many cheering reports about the '
t scnEDtLE take up his military duties In caliber of our equipment have been t, ;
r ...... Lillian Sternberg spent Wednesday ..
w.rt.* the Air made recently. The British, for .
rke ____ 1:05: A. M. i In Jacksonville.Pvt. Carl J. Daniel of Nocatee was Corps.Miss instance have reported that U. S. ,
____ 9.45: A. M. visiting relatives .
rke In Starke Sun- built bomber. are superior to anything
P. wry
: I
rko 1:45: P. M. O. P. Hutto of Ft. Ben- day on his way to the Veterans' Ruby leacher in / they have and anything/ the I

rke rko -.- "-- 3'35: P. M.: I nlns, Ga., is visiting his parents, Hospital at Lake City. BHS, leaves today for her home German. have; recent Investigationof \
rke .. 5:16: P. M. in Olmstead! Ill. From there she bomb-sights have proved. that
._ 6-50: P. M. Mr: and Mrs. L. S. Hutto.
rke 10:10: P. M. Dan Hazen of will go later to attend the Col- the Germans don't even<< know the !
EB _.-=--- 12:20: P.; M. Beautiful Camp Moultrie, orado State College of Educationat principals of our Norden bombsight t
eo.tbboa.d Cleaning:, Beautiful Ga., has arrived for a short visit which Is tar superior to any other;
rke .. 3:05: A. M.: Tailoring a. t Blandlng: with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews Greely. She will also attend and other reports come In regu-
rke 10:20: A. M. the meeting of the National Educational
rke -.._ 2:20: P. M. Tailors Opposite! Park Theatre. and Clifford Hazen. larly from our Allies pral.lnthe/
rke ._ 1:20: p. M. Association which meetsin equipment which we are sendingto t

rite ._0' 6:50 9:10:: p.p.: M.M: Mrs. Richard R. Thede of Jack Mr. and Mrs. M. C Wells of Denver, Colo. In June. them. .
rke --
Actual of
figures production
dir Ea.rbou.d-- ;; sonville spent the week-end here Jacksonville spent the week-end on d'I '
.__ 2:30: A. M. Robert Edward Wear who has various types of equipment, which
ra? rke : : with her mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. here with Mrs. Well's I
rke ._ 6:50: A. M. parents, just received his commission might be of use to the enemy, are '
Ansb rke ,.. 1:30: P. M. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. as not being made public, but enough I I
rke ---:::;:;: ?::0' P. M. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Howard had Hecond lieutenant at the Officers' figures are released to make it apparent II I

uelr'a.. we.tbusndrke .______ 8'20: A. M. aa week-end guests their eons-ln- Pvt. and Mrs. William Myers Candidate School at Fort Knox, that our production Is now

i.7r4 allahanee. Special) law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. are enjoying a ten-day furlough in Ky., left Starke Wednesday after going at a terrific pace. iFurr-NLj ( :
__ 13:411 P. M.
rke '0 Johnnie Parnell of Pinetta and a four-day visit with his parents, The government permitted General '
kI [ ] ..___ 6:10: P. M' Natchez, Miss. MIllS Myers is 5'
grto ._ ,.- ,8:20: P'M'rk. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wear. On Motors corporation to release .
.____ ._-. IlilO: P: :M.Ilahasee. Qultman, Ga.COMFORTABLE. employed at the Park Cafe. his way down he spent a few days general<< figures on its production of ., .
with his brother and sister at war supplies, which show that that

The YWCA (USO) gave a Oberlin College, Oberlln, Ohio. corporation alone shipped over a nee" to (iff/. to be happy in this worUj end 'A.... ;it so mitrh more tha
square dance Tuesday night at quarter of a billion dollars' worthof i thai bill Wailing for .... Uul if mull be based on law,the love> l/iuf ful/illt' the law, :
war products during the first 6
IFE! FAST! which about 50 persons enjoyedthe Mr. and Mrs. W; N. Carnaslon three months of 1942. This was almost By KATHLEEN NORRISWAR :

hospitality of the "YW". have had as their guest for the five times as much war equipment ANOTIIER WARP !}

last three weeks ,the latter's sister as General Motors shipped means that sane t'
Simeon Phillips was In Jacksonville Miss Olive Barthold. Whilein during the first quarter of 1941. and sane nations When this war is over sail, I"
Tuesday night, where he Florida she visited the Marine The General Motors report states adopt, in a crisis we' hopp, "'on. will we make
that it has contracts for more than
visited Coleman Phillips, who Is a an intelligent by which .,
Studios, Daytona Beach the peace
10 per cent of all war materials measures that they know are
RIDE THE BUSSES patient at St. Vincent's hospital., Azalea Gardens, Silver Springsand fabricated from metal including fundamentally false and ,,'e will allow to our enemies ;

other Interesting places in the one-third of the machine guns ha freedom and justice U'.

Courteous, Correct Information Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold State. She will return Tuesdayto more than one-third of the army wrong. A sober. God-fearing are fighting la save for our-

returned to their home in Jack- her home in Philadelphia, Pa. trucks, more than half of the na householder will snatch up a telvei and our allies? Willw. .

Given You At sonville Sunday afternoon, aftera tion's diesel engines, two-fifths of when the of the
the aviation engines and more than gun safety tee to it that able bodied men i
short visit with Mrs. W. E. Stro- Mrs. Joseph 'Prevail one-fourth of the tanks. Thus the woman and children he lovesis art fivrn an opportunity to '

UNION BUS STATION man and Mrs. S. S. bowling progress of General Motors gives a threatened by some attack- work, ? Will ten give to thchildren I j

Mrs.: Joseph Prevatt, 57, died good cross-section picture of the of other the unset/- '
ing maniac and in the same I Ii. i
Starke Dry Cleaners Will Buy of total war produc- ;
Thursday, April 16, at her home progress/ our ./. devotion tometimrt I
Used Garment hangers, 33 Cents<< near Starke after a brief Illness. tion. spirit an invaded nation will we reserve j t ,
General Motors I II only for our men? Or
Per Hundred If ;
She was born In Clay County, first take any steps possibleto
10 per cent of all metal equipment I will we fail to do rheas things
April 2, 1885 and moved to Brad drive out the intruder and 1 f
and If other producers are keeping and I
NOW OPEN in failing to da them
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks had ford County In 1902. She was pace with General Motors It can then settle down to considerthe bring about the disaster I j I
as their guest this week their married to Joseph Prevatt in be assumed that our war produce of another "
terms that will him
& A Luncheonette niece Miss Doris McKinney, who I 1904, and to this' union were born tion approaches the three-billion- keep ware!

is a student nurse at the Orange 10 children. dollar mark for the first three out.There

Genera) Hospital: Orlando. Besides her husba/K{ !(, :Mrs. Pre- months of this year. The figures will be peace again some long, green table In Washington our, i
At The Park Theatre vatt is survived by lour'sons, Edwin .1. show that the production each rateis dayIe; will all live to see It. for wisest leaden will gather to decide'"

I$ James and bring, increased greatly while war In'the past have straggled where in the world's great
May and Earl Wilson, Lester Claude Middle- month. open

TRY OUR TASTY director and assistant director ot ton Prevatt all of Starke; four Although the first concern of the on lazily from year to year and spaces little crowded nation may ,

PIES AND the NCCS-USO, returned to daughters, Mrs. Eva Padgett and government .nd of the people is generation to generation, so that history find colonial opportunities, and just

SANDWICHESNO Starke Wednesday after attendinga Mrs. Mabel Padgett, of Miami, with production there is a widespread speaks of the "Hundred Years'war" bow much help In colonizing w* '

V three-day last itute in Holly Mrs. Jeanio Rltch and Mrs. Doris effort being made to see and the "Thirty Year war, can give them.

Wood.Ed. Wynn, of Starke; two brothers, to It that no company gets exorbitant war today has been stepped up to a And we must promise that hr ,
BEER OR WINE SERVED profits on its production of war pace that makes It mercifully swift. "
Clarence and Ellie' Sullivan; and at home no strong man with small'- ,
materiaL Consequently, the President The most dismal of pessimist give
Langley has gone to his two sisters, Mrs. Andrew GrlffLs recently issued an order giving this present conflict something be- children *", '

home at Pelham Ga., to see his and Mrs Amy Clark, of Starke. six government agencies the right tween three and four other ever again have to beg cap to -1-? ':'''; ,' r
local draft board. His mother, Funeral service, ,were held In to audit the books of firm. which years; band, for a job; that America's '. :" '-

NAT SEZ: Mrs. Ladd, Is staying with his the Prevatt Cemetery last Saturday have government orders to prevent authoritative 1943. voice speak of peaceIn great wealth and greater opportune, : '

wife and young baby In his 'ab- with the Rev. 1.-G. Hemingway the accumulation of unreasonable tics shall b* used in peace, a* thy
Senator Tom Connally, commenting sence. I I officiating. profits. The agencies which Now, many of U.. enemy nation are In war, for the fair distribution

on the peed for preparednew were given this authority are: the and allies alike, wW have to expe- of enough for everyone. Even t
War Production board, the maritime rience a change of heart if this new
during the debate on the Select then we will have apple* and watermelon
Mr, and Mra. D. Christian and Phl'if'lagulre PromotedFriends commission the Reconstruction -
peace I la to be God's peace at last .
tive Service Act, cited the experience Finance corporation and the and pork and wheat left
Mr. and Mrs. W. Cnrtstman of Unless It Is
a peace upon
of Georgia's Civil ,War of and over I #
here of Mr. and Mrs. departments war navy
Darien Conn. last week
spent those Christian which
'k principle by "
atattosituuM Own..rovl Robert Phil Maguire.will Interested In Cre..ury, When we promise this, and prom. y
with Mr. and'Mrs. V. S. ST.: John.Mrs. we have supposedly governed our
House has shown
r Toofubs. Toosnbs once promised: The White particular U that It shall f
Christian is the the following item from a recent Individual be done In the name
daughterof concern recently over the actions In the past it 4
."We'll be able to beat the Yankees of that Son
Issue whoa Father
of a Washington, D. C., refuse
Mr. and Mrs. St.. John. domestic problem of Inflation, it being won't be lasting, and 1944 will seethe :
with oonMtalko. newspaper': "PhU.Uagu.ira, an all- agreed by all authorities here task to do all over again him nothing then we shall have th* a

After the war Toombs waa running out war expansionist,. ,,has been that the war program can cost us right to ask victory that we may I 1
for office again and wan Leslie Biggs of Brunswick Ga.. appointed assistant to Donald many billions more than It should Many Try U Forgive. make it fruitful of a righteous pica, $

challenged "I thought you said was a visitor here last weekendand Nelson, the war czar. His ap- unless stringent steps art taken to Individually, many of us .really But only them Only when the gras01: k

we'd be able to beat the Yankee was accompanied home by pointment Im heartening the keep prices from soaring higher. struggle to attain the Christian lag pride of empires has been \ I

with cornstalka." Mrs. Biggs and ,baby daughter, expansionist group and bad new. The proposals ,to freeze wage, Ideal; wt do try to forgive out personal changed into the neighborlincs that '
Barbara Sue, who have been visiting salaries, rents and price are only enemies, do good to them makes Individual '
Toombs "but our live '
"So I"did replied to the fading btllllne -as-uaual of the plan now being considered secure
relatives here for several part that hat us, and overcome not evil and unafraid. ,
they wouldn't fight with corn clique. Maguire has been assisting to stem Inflation a major panof )
stalks."-ThU. Week" Magazine. days. Douglas MacKeachie'' director the planning being aimed at the with evil, but overcome evil with Abased alb'.. ,

of WPB's Purchasing Division capture of many more billions of good Those men and women who The conviction has '
Mrs. Sam Anderson spent las) I dollar from the people. With purchasing achieve anything even remotely approaching grown up
y week-end in Miami, where she met I Formerly he was assistant power getting far ahead of the law of Christ win toan among/ u* all that we have "rights"' '

Mr. Anderson, who arrived by administrator of Surplus" Market- supplies available for purchase I.I. It inner peace that Is the true light, In far distant places; rights that
Ing under Milo Perkins. Mrs. Maguire I I. agreed that this surplus money might once have been establishedby
plane from the Panama Canal and the only hope of the world.
; +,S alI will be remembered here as will cause rapid Inn.UonJIIle... honest treaties, but that have
i Zones, where he had been em- We need so little to be happy in
Miss Frances to the been
Darby. channeled back treasury. betrayed and abused, and Anally -
I tf I Ialr ployed for the past several Several proposal have been this world, and there i II so much soaked in blood.

months.D. made for Increasing taxes to even more than that little waiting for us There ;
II O. E. ar* better ways of dealing
r J' f + slraa.l Meeting more than the $7,600.000.000 requested sill But that little must be baaed on with our neighbor than these
) P. Carpenter and L. D. Vin- by the treasury several months the laws that were given us 3,000 S Sand
J J %
"Sister w* mu.tnd/ them.
France Kelaltngs, call for It I J. my
ing are on a week' fishing trip ago. Other proposals rears ago in a sermon on a mount.
_ worthy grand matron of the savings, but, except In the profound belief that those ways will +
It must be based love. Love thatcast.
S. : near Dunellon. They fish duringthe on be found.
; a;, 1ii grand chapter of Florida O. E. S., treasury department, the majorityof
out fear that fulfill the law.
day and spend' the nights at to Meanwhile
will make her official visit to administration leaders seem every one of u* may
; Rainbow Springs. Mra. Carpenter Waldo, .Chapter number: 120, on favor draining the surplus off the Strange in these day of universal till have the supreme adventurethat

:) and Mrs. ,VIning spent Wednesday Wednesday, April 29., at .8 P. M. public purse by taxation. hates to be talking of lovt. Yet mean finding God and finding

I with their husbands.The All Starke members 'are urged to The office of price administrationhad love I I. with us. even In war time; with Him that Inner peace that

be present and visiting members been In efforts the most to curb active Inflation.department sod every woman who spread means that nothing can frighten us, r

Rev. A. E. Dunham, for welcome. There will also be a Leon Henderson chief of that office, about herself a nucleus of loving nothing can harm u*. The woman

mer pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal banquet preceding the meeting at estimate that the last war cost us and sharing helps to bring about who walk with hr hand In God'

Church, has returned to his 6 P. M., at Schenck's cafe, 65 13500000.000 more than It should that dar when all these little centers walks steadily; she can love and "

home In Jacksonville after spend cents plate. Please make have because of inflation and hwarns of forgiven and love shall .be can serve; she can find a thousand -
per that this war might cost .us join to make a new world. I little
ing some time at the rectory. here reservations before April 27. way of making American -
and assisting the Rev. Fred an extra 100 billion unless further' The very boys who go forth toftht Uf* a safer and a better thing '
'I (Signed) Mrs. Lois Raulerson, W. .
t C7 I Terkes in the work of the church. M., V. S. St. John," W. P., Miss inflation every prevented."In Inflation in history," art actuated by loyalty, which for the futur ,

I ''we and salaries is a form of love, and duty and Anyone who like
Louise Raulerson, secretary laid Mr. Henderson, Ie. may accuse m*
Mrs. John D'Ambrosto, of have lagged behind the general obedience-they are the only ones of an Inordinate love of my own ,t

Cme'A Amsterdam ,N. T., whose husband For rise. That Is the deadly dan- among u* who have a right to pry countq and my-own *ople. I admit -

Is a soldier stationed a t Pedestrians OnlyThe ger. Wage seem to be more: thereis for victory, to say, "Cod of our it. And I say once and for all

RCVtRSUU' SPORT BUT.. 'B9 <4 Camp Blending, to % new employe Council actually mere money In the pay fathers be on our side!" because that a* a great intelligent nation J I
City Tuesday'nlghtunanimously
.. But that Increase more
In the souvenir store check. they, are risking their/ lives) t* win it 'Who for> a hundred and more .
ofLongscreA year
awy sae :;..... iwa) Loverin on South., Walnut decided h a t sidewalk t than ort At by tlU rise in price. So The rest of u.ntay pray rather bas k2pt .tlle 'peace> with,b.r",0_
:! .were, :-made- primarily towalk m'eaHtythe wale-earner's. standard -
eocII old. dlffwwit lit .*.. ". for light. We must covenant; UH neighbor, unless America has
| W" street. y of living U lowered. an i
"U I C K0 on and not to exhibit
..M....... merchandise God what we will sacrifice for that Important "
..,boik.......Kli* on. Now that the Tbose' who favor higher taxation voice ,In the framing of
hi ---A.It s.d y.er Mr.;and Mrs: F. F. Stump and streets a. a means of preventing<< Inflation same victory. the nw peace treaty It will not be /
are so badly congested: ,
kit ),{ W. H. Thomson Jr. will fear that they- cannot get the cooperation Should Help AIL. a good one, and In It will be the '
MfdMs wM. or ........ Mwttad covMrf" ..art .. n. due i to having several tines) the in election '
*.l.hiMal.fc-_d....|j..Ua#.,., .b.K. with tart ...*.*si4IIy.Otee. go to Orlando Sunday afternoonto normal foot traffic*It was thought ycsr. of Already congress some member an W* must promise Him that In the seeds of the next great war' 'I
.d is hi e.as.rs ........ oha.... $1.00. be present at the graduation of et t ''that, msrchaMs be(' careful of congress have suggested that day of peace to com we will not The peace that follow this war'

""Mode. ., -e,. .a .band""- -TM-C a CCC Miss Lillian Stump on Monday not Ur take 'up':too much space the tax proposal arc too high and forget that great national Injustice can be a permanent peac But we
evening. Mls Stump is. to be In showing off their merchandise.:' It I II evident that good deal of and oppressions create these war must all nations as well a* individual
graduated from the Orange General administration pressure would be condition., and that we will study *, work together toward that end. i

$::1 Hospital School of Nursing. necessary to boost them silll them and try to see that they do Self-Interest on the part of any per-,

2nd Political Statement. hIgher. not crop up again. can or faction can destroy the more

If Excess AcU causes ,Wt must promise that all the chil-- i, generous effort of all the rest.

FREE I youpaln.dStamaehUlcer. Clerk of the Court A. J. dren of the world will seem to us a* This war, more than any other, I I.a la
is remlndlnc'candldatea
| .. Inaction, much a responsibility a* our own challenge to the principles of democracy r
Stern that second financial statements DENTIST Individual children, and that starvation and Christianity. W* must
Bloating,Gas,Heartburn,Batching must be filed in his office by S
s and hard time. and famine successfully meet that challenge Uw '
Nausea gt a his ample of UDCA Monday, April 27 Failure to file OFFICE 129' CALL ST. and unemployment will not ever ex- hope to enjoy. the blessings of a

fcg* and a frf Interesting booklet at the statement on time automatically ADKINS BLDG. lat anywhere, again._ That at some permanent pe.ce.111E .
CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE disqualifies a candidate.


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r I WITH OUR FARMERS from Gainesville Tallahassee Friday, by and Mrs.together Bristol I Political AnnoUnCehIen

with Mrs. Bristol's parents, Dr.

I and llro. Bristol went to Miami,

W. I*. Kemp who lives 2 1-2 ( about that But this Country to attend the Florida State Conference FOR RFPIIE"EIITATtVIiI: FOR

miles northwest of Lawtey wna r I will be ruined the rest of the timeIf of Social and Welfare T hereby for announce Representative myself a CAndidate COt''II1')"% {'O\tlll,
the ( "
born in Baker County, coming to we win; and If we don't we'd, workers. Htate Lenlslature from Bradford To the Voteri .

Bradford six years ago last July, better be dead." He explained by, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins, County subject to the will of the comprising ml.llioner IIstricp! ,.1//lu:C."
the Democratic
: .ent Chaste4 === ire spent some time In White saying that even if we win the Mrs.- Bryan Whitfield and Roberta May 6, 1942. If elected. I Primary promise* ..... Pr"oln.Urlthnll\:1., n'lIq.rberell.

Springs and two or three yearn In war we will owe so much money Whltfield visited and shopped in faithfully to make every effort: to to flounce my run'"d I"':
the ",
Gainesville before coming here. that we'll never get It paid back Jacksonville Saturday and returning of see Ita that cltliena Bradford receive County adequate and all elon..r. District< .( ': r.,.

This year he has about an acre The reporter tried to cover his, were supper guests of Mr. representation. In this Important the ject to the wi Nunlb.r
and a half In strawberries but diurnal statement by this illustration -, and Mrs. Will Knabb-and Mrs. M. lawmaking body.Sincerely. : If .I.ct..d Democratic I / Prlll1a.l., .

laid Saturday that he had a bad : "Even, If a man owes $::190.It M. Poythreas of Macclenny. .1. 1'. (Jake) RODERTS. The give my best ""ttort. 10 ...

; crop became of much wet he keepa" the interest paid up Mrs. C. H. Wainwrlght has returned voter vote. In alld the, HrtiVe Ie p,

ii __ weather. It Wag so wet, he said and at the same time hall a good from the Lake Shore Hospital I hereby FOR 1tIlI'IIF.oiEII'I'ATUiE announce! : candidacy preclat'd. Dlatr'ct' II

that water stood on the ground home In which to live, plenty of in Lake City, where she for re-election to the my office of T. (l I

moat! of the time and ho couldn'teven good clothes to wear and three underwent a very serious opera- ICeprewentatlve. to the State Le"lalIalur. \ FOR -
from Bradford COI''IITY
get out there to scatter fer square meals a day he .la not tion. i..*t .* the will of the County voters. eub-In nrNThl"' ..
tllizer. Last week, however the uemocraiio I .
picked 27 crates of berries-his, he doing so bad. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley and 11142.I i-rimary, may 6; for eLection hereby announcl to -,'

children Leslie and Caroline, ''Were solicit the vote and support of ommlwiloner. the or f*,, l
I Dent week to date. "Ana 11 win oe Elixha Frencott raised an acre week-end all of the qualified voter in the River and Brooker of r>i LrlcH, |
less guests of Mr. and Mrs., County promlslnsr If elected. Ject to .
and less from to the
and half
now on he a of berries this
I year on Vance Geiger In Jacksonville continue my beat efforts In behalfof voter In the, ot the
aald. "Prices have ranged from the place of his brother-in-law Mrs. J. M. the County and the 'I State at Solicit the VOle j.rl"'a.,.. ..
Maxwell ,
I $350 to *46O per crate," be C. M. Griffin two miles! west of and son. lar. of all the and actl..
: ; stated. Bruce and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. -- GEORGE H. INMAN promising If eleaV.. f tilt
Highland. Up to the present he five to
.. : Maxwell of Jacksonville were my best |
d _: j Mr. Kemp also has about six' has picked about 100 crates, and 'rrae: district' TW'JM.
i guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I : acres planted In L. A. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER' ,
corn has
peanuts averaged $4 per crate. He Wiggins IH5-THICT! t
,I and will begin ) been Sunday. I hereby a
planting has picking along "prettylightly' announce myself a
Mr. and Mrs B. F. Livingston, candidate -
string beans and for the office of County
this for
squash about three
I weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thompson and, Commissioner for District No. 1 FOR "('
week. Hitherto he has been relating with about two weeks of general Miss (Lawtey. District), subject to the UI.tr'et' IIOOI.' BO(,
Gertrude .
truck Livingston of Day- wfll of the qualified J\ 1
primarily for the mar- picking. He thinks about ten elector of J wish' to
ket, but from tona were dinner guests?. of Mr. thin district. Promising:, If elected for election( announce III,,
now on he Is going more days will wind up the north- and Mrs. J. L. that I will at all timed work for School Donrl Sll a "'"II1b.,
I Ii to raise mostly for his own use ern markets, after which there Robinson Sunday. the bent thereat of my district, and subject to the from Dla1tlt1
and sell Mrs. B. Hershfield and Miss, the county a* a whole. I will ap In the Democrallc ot
only what he be
can't eator will spasmodic picking here predate ,
your vote and 1942. P.llI1a"
Ruth Hershfield aupport. Due
Baked Potatoes Do are leaving Wed- to the
Right by SupperSee preserve.Mr. and there for awhile for local Sincerely, mason and the 111.n..
Ii nesday for an extended visit to 'i'. T.? Blackburn. I learnt,
( Recloe! Below) Kemp has not yet made up markets. "Considering the early Will not b. ablt
New a
hits mind about voting in the primary rains" he sold, "I guess I'll haven York City. Mr. and Mrs'j'Sidney personal If honored canvass of t....
Hersbtleld. who hiwa. FOR COU'VTV COMMISMOMSIl' '
Supper Social election. He said he wanted M5Lv that I did fairly Well." office I sincerely prS'iSJ"
I'M' This Week's Menu to the right thing; but that visiting them for the -p tt;;; I I take thin DISTRICT method 1 of announc for the bent Intereit rf
k He has about 40 or 50 hogs, 20 days will low school of Bradford
ne doubted return with them. my candidacy for election to Count,
1 The simple lupper at which a whether ne should head of cattle and a few chickens Mr. and Mrs. J. the Office of County Commissioner J. H.
: Pot-Luck Supper vote at all or not, since he didn't I Caldwell of Dlatrlct Number 1, Lawtey Pr.- -
trowd gatheri are pleaiant fur their Russet Half Shell know who the right man Every year he sells a few cattle and daughters, Mary Jo, Lila, (rlnct subject. to the Democratic I FOR KCHOOI.

worm frlendllneis Fresh Asparagus he got into office and was until and hogs on foot i n different Ray June, Peggy and Frances, Prlmarlen the vote In May.and 1 will appreciate IMMrlrt %.80\. I

for the cozy ________ Endive, Grapefruit Strawberry himself. "I'll have to vote for proved Lex markets. ,He also plans soon to spent Saturday and Sunday at qualified. voters In support m y district.of the I dldnte.I hereby for announce. m'''
talk which they : raise an acre of sweet romlsliKr If elected election aa ,,
Salad Green potatoes. Okeechobee visiting Mr. Cald- to give my I the School Hoard a
a though; I'm satisfied of He has five .eat cervices to my district and 1 from, DIM
Inspire. They are acres of pine timber well'a comprising'
Raisin "
Bread that. When he ran in 1924 parents. the County at lurgre. I Lawtey North lit"
: especially eaiy to Lemon Pie voted for him and have been I land of his own near Highland."I o Mr. and Mm. W. K. Feagle P. I>. Reddish. voter In subject the Democratic 10 the 1m

give I U you planto __ Recipe Given. for him ever since." votIng haven't had much time to, Mrs. Pearce Crews and son. of May 6. If elected, I p,.
have each of think about politics yet." he said Spencer FOR COI'XTV' work for the beat Inter...
.rar. is visited friends in Lake COMMISSIONER the school
Kemp a veteran or In
:your friends bring World "A few candidates have been out City Ul"trl<-t N,.. a Your vote J1radro(
eggs, add scalded milk. Add War I, and a, member of the local Saturday.C. To The Uemocrallo of active ap
dish to Voters
a for the to but respectfully
flee me
_ American Legion none of the State H. Wainwright has to County CommlHHloner. lstrlct Number solicited'
lupper a potluck salmon mixture. Make one or two post. He wasovel'Bea candidates. I feel pretty sure that Jacksonville gone 2, comprisIng Precinct Number LORENZO B. d

a* It were. This will save salmon loave Bake in a greased for about a year, and Lex Green will be elected to Congress I to attend the Two (North Ktarke: ): -

each woman the time and effort of pan placed in hot water at 329 degrees participated in the Meuse-Argonne from the Masonic meeting. .flouncing 1 am" taking thin method of an- FOR' Hriiooi. Baud
state-at-large my candidacy for Dlmrlrt
and Mra. County So.
until loaves are firm. Make and two or three other battles. Bradley of Jacksonville ommlHHloner of I hereby l
making a whole meal, and then you a I think we had better lMtrlct Number annoiinre
''green "I will do everything In keep Mr. la spending the week with Two subject to your vote in the d Ida t.. for re-election. aScii i
: will all ke together for knitting, lew- pea sauce by cooking frosted my power Matthews In railroad Democratic her' of II
as the
Pilmarles In Board
.f& Ing or difense work on Uio calendar peas for 5to 8 minutes in boiling to help win the war," he said. "I sioner. The war' looks commis- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Relieving" that my past May.experIence -, tlon, District No. ot I (Uww Public I ii

for the evening. salted water. Combine with white have a wife and four children, but That lo the pretty bad. Hundley. of eight yearn In this capa- I Htarke.) Subject. to th. sIll|||!
lauce. Pour loaf would gladly and only reason I voted Mr. and Mra. .1. O. Randall city from 1933 to 1940 Inclusive qualified electors In th, p,
over when
serving willingly go for Roosevelt jualiriea me for thin Important Election to be held
An assortment of attractive main for a third term- the office : In >iltr,
and across If spent week-end I
slice in am Pledging
the loaf. necessary. That bomb- Jacksonville respectfully soliciting In return Ihi
7 : diihes arc usually received with en. Ing of because of the war situation. For' your active nupport and vote. courteous services I havi
thuaiaim. Try the.e for enchanting Whisk any of these baked bean Tokyo sounds mighty good the same reason I think we If elected; I promise to give' to I" the pant, your vote and t.,
& appetllei combinations into the oven and you to me, I'll tell you. I feel this to keep in office for ought MI's. Richard Pierce, who has the people of the district and the, will be highly apprn-lattd.
: have a quickie way about It-we are awhile longer been quite ill in Jacksonville has rnunty-at-larare, fair and ImpartialI Respectfully
; dish if you going to both Lex Green and Mr. Mat- returned .ervlc. J. a (Buddie) NOI
eau... Half Shells. have just' hurried home from your win the war; there is no'doubt thews." home.Mrs. I.. CONNER.
defense A. M. Richarde and Mor- -
training I
(Serves i) courses: FOR
gan Rlcharde FOR COUNTY: BOUU
I medium-mined Idaho bakers Pork Chop ana SUNNY BROOK FARM In spending the DisraicT :a nintrlrt fto. a
Baked Beans. FLA. STATE FARM day Jacksonville. I hereby I wish' to announce thai t
K cop hot milk Casserole. (Serves By Miss Arsula Miss Roberta for re-elect announce Ion to the my candidacy be a candidate for the oflj
6)) Crosby By E. B. Douvler Whttfleld will Office of member of the Hoard of Puj
:t County
tablespoons butler
< pork chops leave Friday night for Birming 2, North Commissioner Htarke' District Number tructlon from Ulmrlct I, M

t 1 Ball and pepper to laite 1 large can baked beans Mr. and( Mrs. J. B. Kelly and BRIDGE CLUB ham. Ala.. where aIle. will take a sect to the Democrat Precinct lo Primaries sub- and Inir New Hampton Hlvcr, Graham, M
children If
I May. *
1 large enlon chopped and cooked spent Sunday with Mr. six weeks'
1 Mrs. J. G. Godwin course at the Conser- I re-election I will continue u
was Huilrlt
tt teaspoon hostessto the vole and
.la baiter! until! tender Kelly' parents Mr. and Mrs. A. vatory of music under Mrs of all of the qualified aupport form my duties In a builm
It small pork sausages H, cup tomato catsup L. Driggers of Lake Butler. the Thursday bridge club. Whittington. While there- said District, promising If voters elected In energy manner to and the give further my tlm

Fry potk chops until nicely, Eugene Alvarez spent the week. Many spring flowers beautifiedher she will be the guest of her uncle to half continue of the district my bent and efforts the In be-' of our schools. Your Sot tip-k K
i4 Scrub and bake potatoes at 400 to end with his parents home at large. County tlnued support will. he 'ipym
Mr. lovely and
browned and for the aunt Mr.
I 450 degree. Remove on both side*. Pour baked Mrs. Brltton occasion. and Mrs. J. S. Put- W. Mitch 0. C. 11
piece of akin
t Alvarez Edward.
beans of Pine Mrs. P. E. man.
from over chops, add sugar and Stubbins won high
top potato, or cut large potatoes -
lengthwise in two. Scrape catsup. Bake in a moderate oven Level.Mr. score, white Mrs. J. R. Kite won FOR' corvTV FOR SCHOOL BOARD
(350 degrees) for 20 minutes. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly of CARD OF THANKS COMMISSIOVERT : Districto.. I
out inside being careful bingo. Mis.: UI'I'rIUC'r 3
not to break Jacksonville served chicken We I hereby announce myall

1, 1 the shelL Mash thoroughly, or put Nothing equals the charm of with Mrs. Beulah pent Kelly.Mr. the. week-end salad saltlneei and tea to her and wish heartfelt to express! our sincere dacy wish for election to announce to the my office candN of dldate For District for member of School
q r through a potato ricer. Add butter, home-baked, freshly baked bread guests. gratitude to all County Commissioner, of District River, comprlilu"
Brooker Graham and !
: ... salt pepper. milk and cooked onion. that fills the surroundings. with a de. and Mrs. W C. Hall of those who in any way showed us Number. subject Three,to South Rtnrke Preclnct. ton. subject to the Ueinocrati
Beat well.! File mixture !lightly into licious fragrance. That's why I glv t Green Cove Springs and Mr. and The Boy Scouts were enter- kindness during the recent illness, VOI-TH, In the Democratic will Primaries of the .mary year In May. An I tarn I h!
; shells, top with this MI's. H. M. McRae of Pine Level tained death and burial of our beloved In May. I solicit the active experience. on the Bo
two small! pork you recipe for old-fashioned: Monday night by Scout- port and the sup Feel myself qualified to rn n
I 'sausages that have been partially were dinner' guests of Mrs. Arle master Bryan Whitfield and Mrs. father, George Leuders, and for voters In said vote district.of all .qualified .people far better than bet
the .f elected I will endeavor
cooked (boiled in a small amount of Raisin Bread. Sunday. WhIfI.td A f t A t. hA r..lo.. .. beautiful flowers sent to make to If give' elected I promise to continue 10.
water Return (Make X loaves Mrs. Randolph Crosby ---- --"' our' burdens easier to bear. my bent efforts to the In Will highly appreciate
to oven and bake at ) of Jacksonville business and games, they terest of District Three and the 10.

) ISO .degrees until lausagci are 1 package fresh granular yeaat Is spending some time enjoyed refreshments of greatly ginger -The Leuders family. county at large. and support llespert fully,

::4' .,cooked through and browned. 1 cup lukewarm water with her mother-in-law Mrs.. C. C. bread and punch. J. 1* WYNN. J.rlDu,; J. INow's

: If you want to provide everything )J teaspoon sugar Crosby.MI' and Mrs. Eston The Bond and Defense Stamp
.' Brown
.for your pot.luck supper from individual 1 cup scalded milk Sampson City were of committee are proud to record
except 2 leaipoonsi sail of Mrs. Arle Brown. guests that in their canvass) they were

. the main dish ?i cup brown sugar (solidly packed) Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. and given pledges for over $600 S the time

; j here Is one that U cup corn syrup Mra. Inez Kelly were monthly, from our small com
visiting rel
will fill the bill Si( to e atives munity.Mr. .
cop (or more) flour at the State Farm Sun-

perfectly. Simpleto 6 tablespoons melted shortening day afternoon. and Mrs. Curtis Malone

put togetherand 1)4) cops seedless raisin Fred Halslop was attending to shopped and visited with Mrs. J.

t it a i colorful business in Gainesville Monday. L. Paschall of Lake City, Tues to get anOK
? l sounds the Pour the granular :yeast into the p Mr. and Mrs. D. G Kelly and -

salmon loaf does cup of lukewarm water add the Mr. and Mr. day.R..
) n't need much watching if Warren Kelly of L. Bristol was Joined in Defense worker
you are half
teaspoon sugar, stir and let Pine Level
busy with other guests of
' ; thing: stand about S minutes. Put the and Mrs. C. Mr. '
'i ; C. Croaby Sunday death of :Mrs.4Joe
Salmon Loaf. scalded milk, salt, sugar and curtayrjip afternoon. Crews Saturday Make invests
into mixing bowl. Let Mine V night .''The entire community USED, an
, (Serve* tS) cooL, DorU Dyal and Miss extends CAR A

, ? 4 cam salmon. When milk Is .lukewarm add the Dorothy Norman were shopping bereaved sympathy to the-
softened yeast and 3 cup of flour. in Gainesville family.'
1 .ear' fresh bread cramb. Mix well. then beat until smooth Mr. and Mrs.Saturday afternoon. The many frienda of Randolph in long, dependlowcost

It I cpps diced celery Next add the melted (not hot) shortening V are the proud Lois Newmans Crosby will be interested to learn

Itt :I ounce butter! and enough baby daughter. parents of a fine that ha la doing his bit for Uncle from
% teaspoen sail flour to have the This section Sam with the Air Corps In vour I
[ was
r teas,..n pepper dough cling together shocked by the Wichita Falls Texas. I

1 in si ball AII.
onloa juice
1IU1U au an Uft
' i teaspoon! lemon Juiceeggs Add the raisin j ,

r3 I 1. .quart...UJlC4I scalded milk minutes which covered have with for a very been few j: ;V From where I sit Chevrolet: : 1 dealer[: -. car from your Ch

package.. frosted pea hot water, then _
if' .---- -. DleCllum wilite sauce dried In a cloth: and dusted with j rolet dealer and a

,, ? flour.
Combine talmon. Knead the dough thoroughly, jfr'
bread crumb., by Joe Marsh
:- celery, butter, seasonings. Beat adding only enough flour to avoid
stickiness. Let dough rise in a cov serve time and ener

ered, greased bowl in a moderately

, it warm place (82 to 84 degrees) un. Every Friday night a bunch of u* Yon mightn't think
Say: til that Just Go
doubled. Fold fellow for !
the dough down get together over at Bill ettln and talkla' would your job
and be
let rise Webster's so
ft place.
: hour then di We wouldn't miss
Laundering much fun. Bat
Tips: With vide it is. Particularly
soap and those
two weekly
' one of our prime do not waste Place In greased bread loaves. thing- get-togethers for aa1wh. a man begins) to get around 1 buys Good pri
-l item. you will pans and to the of
want to make the brush tops with melted sg* reason. Lilt. us.
moat of every scrap of Let shortening. There are seven in the _
A soap you rise until group
have. Save doubled. Bake about Bill Webster e .
the Judge ;
small Cunningham
V'4 soap scraps minutes in a Convenient
moderately hot Pete
from the bathroom oven Swanson Old Doe '
and kitchen, (37? to 380 degrees). U McGinnla And it's) wonderful how a few '
: put them In a soap shaker so brush tops with honey desired the dentist, and young Doc Mitch- lasses of!good beer help bring out I t
just before ell the
i you will make me of them in taking from the oven. Bob ltl.D. the government: ... good. talk and rood sense when ttt *
washing dishes. Newcomb
': i For myself men get together. There's
an in-the-season sonic'S
To have clean clothes centerpiece
even in note, besides Its C e thing peaceful.and friendly and
V u*. your of economical washing machine soap usage try this: A long,economical low, shallow aspects bowl W* d on't'I I a,.. cards. W* dont human about beer that brings out SEE YOUR
wise In pottery sing or carry on. the best in a man.
V ly. Ulet only just so much' V such as you may
In your machine ai the water wate> have used for relishes. If large W* just sit quietly and talk_ They call beer the "beverage of REASONABLE

line enough use a and drink a class moderation." That .' .
indicates and do not snow-white cauliflow or two of beer. "moderation"idea < / : !-J.: >-

'V load your machine. Six to over eight er banked with parsley, eggplant I guess we discus just about is rood philosophy. maybe PRICK" LOCALCHEVROLE

pounds of dry clothe are about radishes or tomatoes. everything under the that'a why good beer and good

1. V'V'V right for the average washing If :you !lile candles for the table. business, .family. affairs son-politics, music, fellowship! go together so well

machine place these in little baking cuts or farming, hunting, flshinr. and e .

Mix the lOop thoroughly with ramekins, at either. side of the what not. ? ___
Vj vege
\ ,, the water before putting In the table bowL But moatly Seem to n. there ought to be GOOD
clothe we like to chew the More of this
About quiet talk
two Inches of simple setting like fat about over a glass
this life's
soap calls
Vf for
suds experience and .f beer. It
are a sure straightens
necessary to do gay unadorned oat
the job china and man's a
soft philosophy
1V up right bright plaids In tablecloth and or in theft* times. man in his thinking. DEALER

Water nap. o .
temperatures kins. Anyhow.
mea ought
play to
an to-
' get
: important part In laundering. Do To sort of help out the converts- gether and be frienda. That'a th.

not use very hot water for white aJiict Lynn Chamber can gin "/1.1IHr' lion we've found mellow beer par way w* were made. Why not it V
clothe For colored clothes. wa. on your houtthold nd /food ticularly relaxing. Every one of u more often -U of youT TODAY!
-s problem .
ter Write; her likes "
: comfortable to your hand I I. Vfittrn. Near,. th. tangy taste of beer.. -
best. For ynthetio silks paper Unl-, 219 South Dnplama; and now and then Judge
wool Canning /1
ens rayons, water should be ttrttt, Chicago IlL_ Pltau enclo.. ham Insist on ale for everybody k .FI/A. A
; e t'amprd.ielf Torode
lukewarm. -aJJmitJ
your rep/y. ? Chevrolet C<'

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!Ilk] needed always a nucleus of tried and true"standbys" to 4t
4 tools are the plant, and every thing during; recent- years overcrowded
... perfect product In With the openingof should be complete for the opening school rooms, inadequate heating-
u .. olll a there- the new term of school next of
'1'1Iq, manufacturing new term. No one will leaky roofs, no auditorium facilities -
of for Brad- fall. D. H. S. will enter upon a be
"k; the credit: happier over the Improvements and many other Inconven-
nl''Of, It!b'11942 of graduating class treat< new era of expansion and than members of the D. H. S. iences that naturally resulted
'r P the capable f tbut development. Work haa already i faculty, who have carried on from'' an outgrown and outmoded. r
''It'1.001.,, new\ to faces every year, started on the fine new additions loyally under great handicaps school building. i : ir rt

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I Alice Lansing Evelyn Stump Grace Wainwright Eva Anderson Ruble Mae Perkins PRINCIPAL,

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''letI r Club: Marjorie Rosier- Margie Mathews Patty Roberts ,I f
I Gloria Buford, Idiilou Davis i t tI

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'It itmr Feature B. H. S. Athletic Program t i

ty91s Leonard Paul V. Parks Mrs. A. E. Wall L. M. Sponholtz Delle DowHng A. W, Bates i '
I 1I A wholesome program of athletics plays an Important \. .
hr part In the success/ of any school 'and n. II, S. has enjoyed ';

''Iii an active year under tho direction of Coach Paul V. .r(
''ym Parka Here are members of tho football quad: Frank Ik l

a Ims Crew, Marlon Crews, Buddy, Davis. J. K. Denmark' Ovid J'

a Futch, Othnrn llaynen' Odell Jones, Joe tender, Buck Mc- ,

Millun, Ralph NcttU, David Shufor l, Joseph Beatty, :!'

J r rir George Flynn, Charles Parker, Comer Perrynuin, Ralph 't
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1 keA ,, !Dudley, Curtis Lander, Judy McRae, George Shuford, ,T i I

Armond Thomas, Arnold Waudln, Lyle Anderson, Herbert i' ,

IIII Green, Cecil Melvin, George Angelo, Coolidge Gansett, "
Verna Demorest Faye Peterson Orpha Ingwalson Marcia Sparkman Bonnie Burnett M. B. Futch \ j.
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i! factor In keeping the public Informed about school affairs Is the ,
S. Journal, published during each school term by students Interested In newis- i14, n e t5
work. Here are members .of this year's staff: (Front row) Catharine Noll- ,rr r w Why t tj
Ceo Norman, Marjorie Rosier, editor-in-chief: Idalou Davis, Martha Markey.row 1 I t 1
: Velma Norman, Nina Bishop, Margie Mathews, Enos Hayes Patsy I'
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Even dignified members of the B. H. S. band indulgeIn f
Front row: Bobby McRae, George Flynn, George Shuford, Ovid Futch. Back row I :
a bit of Jive now and then, and here Is the Swing Band, George Ken Is, Armond Thomas, David Shuford, Coach Park, Ralph Dudley, Joe f
popular high school musical. aggregation: Roberta Whit- Lander, Charles Parker. ,f
: .11 U field Billy Overstreet, Mack Futch, Freeman Register,

Billy Colson, Bobby Biggs, Jean Edwards.Junior GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM

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the Juniors get the hea.dachestor
tbelr'a l la the responsibility of
staging and financing the event
rai ful Junior-Senior Banquet and ''
other events during the .year.
Here are the officers who have r
z capably steered the Junior Class
through the 19<&1-42 term: Joe

Andrews, president; Shirley Col- Front row: Lora Crews, Ona Mae Starling, Eva Fay Galney, Bernice McMillan, i
ley, vice-president Carolyn; Gloria Green Buford treasurer. -, Virginia. \ Padgett, Mary Lee Johnson. Back row: Margaret Beam Juanita Kalch, M
secretary Brannen, Hazel Packham.
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If.t11UIY rl B.H.S. Ends 1941-42 Term Here Are Members Of The Senior Qa!

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show their appreciation
of four fellow-atudents
who are'now serving their
country In the Navy and
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Selma McCall
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student activities that have made their years at Bradford High more :pi

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Shirley Pullet Bertioe 'SUooxLeonard Geraldine SUoox .
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i Jewell ReddlMh
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I Convicts U. S. aN(- 'IIU'I'IT, rnl'n'r. flit u"onnt Zlnkland. whose residence i-, i .:,>s Ml hart Anne Thompson K minor,
I Help 4'eat Y:..I"'I.tlllI"'a I' t'II.tN-, Indiana East Kelly Street Indlnnapollt, Mi .1II..onV. Morrow .' I

Petty Uaitrnrtt Wlrt Matlox 1 ..:, Plaln- You are required to appear on ttM'g41.ui.e \ IIIla", Morrow r.
' Thomas tiff' 'JUW: !. Mallotc. l"" "- May 4th. 1843. In the nhovi- named I I '
'a'at ,i in this Wl dant. ,?, I Court and cause wherein. plaintiff I 'In
i OltlElt OF' 1'ItHLICATION\ seeks divorce and rentoratltui of ''I'll tiiKiir 1'ol'UT RII'n..nnn
Al: l) NnTU'F; 1'0 Al''bAIt Maiden )
wlt Name Iirailford County I"I.OIU"'I I. t15.th.
i"R".1.1i I 8T A'rJ1o' e'l.OltIDA 10: Porter Telegraph. shall publish. this Otdnr i It .n. a
son e I. Mattox, whose rueldeneu la UO In next four weekly I......-... : Mary U Itow I..y. Plaintiff *". Cleo
visiting 1 Jefferson Street Alexandria Ya Witness mv hand and official. neat. 1. Uowley Lxfendant. Caa No.
You are required to appear on at Starke. Florida, thin March 3101.. 1871.
R May 4lh, 1913! In the ubova named IOU nnKii OF Pt'tirjcATioNAM I
Norman Court. and cause. wherein plaintiff seeks divorce and ntnratlou, of A* Clerk of said Court 4.3 4t 4-24 HTATR OF FLORIDA tot! Clei! :
maiden nam, .Bradrorcl County Sidney C Kn.", Jacksonville Flu. t* How ley whose residence IK. MS
; Telegraph shall publish this Order AU). for PlfriMri'iT Went 111th Street Chicago. Illinois.
In next four weekly ISIIUPH. You am required to appear. on
and WltnoM mY hand and official seal 1 ]May 4th, 1942 In the above named
t ::4r.lark.' I'lorlda' this April 1st.. IY COt "'r. imI>.KOHU Court sod cause, wherein plaintiff I
\ were "O..TY FLOHIU4I 1K. c. .....Y.CWRY. seeks divorce and restoration of
and Mrs. James Nor (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A.I. Thomas Maiden name. Hradford County
A" Clerk of said Court 4-3 4t 4.at Charles. Fried, Plaintiff v.. Telegraph shall publish this Order
(. HUNT FOR TilE GOOD man and Mra. J. E. Norman Sun Charier Miller Jacksonville Flor- !'llll"-M Fried Defendant. Cave In next four weekly Imiiien.Wltnene .
Ida. Atty for Pit No. un.OltDNR. my hand. and official Real f
day.Mr. OF PtmUCATtON-: AND at Htarke, Florida, thla March llet,
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paper-backed Thus the whole approach and Mrs. James Norman. NOTK-K 1941.
i a1' when is happy IN: CIRCUIT (''OURT BRADFORD STATIC ale FLORA to.: Little (Or-FiriAI. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. !II
a constructive Joe t'
e Diamond restart' it one. ,iv- Norman and daughter, Jo covNTY. FLORID.-I IN l'IIANCsnY. Mae Fried whose residence In 118 As i-lerk of aald Court. ..1 4t 4-14 ,
I the only Irg them something. to look forward Anne, were visiting Jesse Morganand > rsq.l ...>C'"t Avenue> L.*ln.ton, K. n. J. R. tlarrliion Jacksonville Via f
parents bad to. Albert H Mercer, Plaintiff, Ya, lucky Atty. for Plf.
family .
ding Even It doesn't take a child long to Sunday night.ME' Mary Mercer Defendant Case No. You are requlreol to appear on i
.lmple problem. and Mra. Woodrow May 4th. 1941 In the above. named ;;;;;;
y learn ,
that he hasn't Thomasof
failed to solve It many money enough UU.01UICR Court and cause, wherein plaintiff IV CIRCUIT BHAOFORO t
testIfY that their itc. (children should pay for their mov. Brooker recently visited Mr. NOT1CR OF TO APPEAR M e. ka divorce. Iirndford County COUNTY: FLORIDA IN CHAN- ,I t I y
caD James' advent tea out of their allowance) or time and Mrs. E. J. Lewis.HIGHLAND. STATES OP Telegraph shall publish thus Order ('eat Y.
tOI Mary .
with Jesse : In next four weekly Imiueg. Mildred Ilarrlniiton, Plaintiff, ... "i
ruin their livei.adtf enough to see all the films which Ralph Pekor. Inmate of Folsom Oeorsia Mere..r. who* addrvw la Alm Witness my hand and official. Clayton II a r r I nston, Defendant. .I;I \
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are o many come to the IncJd theater. But he seal at Htarke, Florida thin April Cane No. 1 7 ,?
there Prison CaUl., ahews how with the You are required to
appear on 4th 1 943.fOFPUIAb. OHDKlt OF Pl'trtMOATION AND \. I
to miss
amusement for cbUdrtm.III Kipling's Jun help of Inmate assistants be Is May 41h., mi. in the above named SRAL NOTICM TO APPEAR I I1)
A.J. Thomas
worthwhile elements gle Book or Bob Hope's clowning By Miss Beth Whmberly turning oat war posters for the Sao- Fcltrt and divorce. cause. wherein plain tit( As Clerk of said. court 4-10 4t ti-1 STATE OK Ft.OHIl tot Clayton !
cheap tlme-waatln or Abbott and Costello's goofy an- ramento safety council. Done by from Mary Mercer T. Frank. Tandrum Ellarke, Fla. Harrtnictan, whose residence le (17 ,.
ut are left with- tics, or the latest thrilling story of Carson M. Griffis was a visitorto Jr5nf? Order
I if children the Bilk screen process these posters Publljh In next four mont. ,
to forming their tastes the armed forces, to name a few Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. are the convicts' contribution& weekly I."".... You are required to appear on :
lint to miss much that is recommended film in the May Gelgor and son Wlllard toward the current war effort.PATRICIA atv. ?*nr?"* FIoHJr thin March WML! TIIH "IR'I'IT ('OI RT IN ANIIUK June ."1.. 1842, In the above named ,
and come to Movie Guide. So he Is bound to of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. 1942 I4th FOR DR"u"nltll 4'OUNTt'; '1.1t1ll"T.'r..1 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,,1eeka I
uchinment Kl.0ltllr\ a divorce liradford County
low standards for cut down on thoughtless movie-go- Winifred Wtmberly and family (OFFICIAL SEAL A..J. Thomas Notice In hereby given that on Telegraph shall! publish this Order > .
InlAnd through seeing tasteful Wednesday. Aa Clerk of Bald Court. S-17 4t 47 the Ind day of May A. I>. 11143, at In next four weekly leHuee. '
be sure that the films suitable to his years and understanding E. K. Porryman: Atty. for Plf. 10 o'clock A. M", or .aa noon thereafter WltneNH my hand and official 4
may and the movies "'become Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Harley and .a* lama pan. l>o heard the Heal at Htarke, Florida this April :
Kg, In radio movies undornlitned Intend to apply la the 7th. 1943. I
maIler are going/ to be what they should be. the most won- Mrs. Winifred WImberly attendedthe 1:11: rln.'IT COT'RT: autisPORII Honorable A. X. Adklnn, a Judgeof (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1. Thomas '
1.our children's attention. derful gift to childhood since the funeral of Mrs. Martha Blgga ("O"'IIT'FLOlun"l 14' t'IIAd. the Circuit Court at his office In I As Clerk of said tjont-I\.tJI\? -
made C'len Y. Htarke. Florida, for an order anti J. H. llarrlnon I .,. \ 1
Mora up to parenta to pro. printing press story books in Lawtey last week. Ella. Zlnkland Plaintiff vs ortzln* the undemluned to adopt Ally for Plf.

r children with standards possible. Mrs. Nellie McKinney: and little John Jlr"d" ''' Defendant. Cane No. 1 ___________ _______ __ __ __ t t
Another important element In developing U89.OnnEn i
rule for helping children's tastes is varlet son of Jacksonville were visiting OF FtTBUCATIOV:
men. a a Mrs. Winifred and ANn NOT Ie.: 1'0 APIAlt FUNERAL DIRECTOR
select their amusements- ). Introduce your children to the Wfmberly TATE 0. 1o'LOIUDA. to John
1 trouble to hunt for the best in many fields and you won't family Friday. art : My Many Your Kxporlcnc !Makes It ronnlblei for Me to Render .

I there won't be time or have them glued to the radio hoursat Mrs. Dixon Thomas! and aunt, EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SERVICE ,
for what is poor. We a time or demanding movie DOW
eft Mrs. Geraldine Tanner were visitors i- AUTO PARTS MODKRATK PRICKSDeWITT -
instance that this plan every day. Turn the dials until you
lh the movies. Parents find at least one good radio pro- here Friday. C. JONES .! i
J continually that the prob- gram a day for your children to adda Mrs. Cecil Whitehead of Law- USED TIRES, (WK II A V H Htark, Florida '

lielectlng suitable movies dash of friendliness with the outside tey was a visitor here Friday. YOUR SIZE). GENERATORS. 1
I solved by providing their world. Then with the many in. AUTO GLASS CASH FOR 1I I
Mla Debbie of Max-
with t reliable movie guide terests of modern schools a weekly 1 CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY
hat published In The Parimilne. movie a good children's magazine vllle was visiting friends here ;. ;\\ CONDITION. W. T. CLUTEREALTORF.
Instead of using it the beautiful array of children's Saturday.Rev. ,

lover their children's beads books, and the healthful activities J. A. Conway of Middle- !o. [ Used Autos $25 up II. A. LOANS I ..
tot I they can't lee. wise par- of Scouting and outdoor play there the :
burg filled the pulpit for Rev. M. We want listing on your property ,
ft the youngsters to scan it is something different and enchanting -
I for Alma rated good for for almost every waking hour. T. Knight at the Highland Bap- HASKINSAUTO We have some wonderful properties for sale
tist church Sunday morning. Rev.
PARTS See about Real Estate Needs '
I Conway was accompanied here by \ us your
Mrs. Conway and Franklyn Con- 1 North of Town on Road IS 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66

way.W.. B. Reid of Jacksonville wasa \

in business visitor here Monday.

irdME week-end Owen Marr visitor of at Minima the home was of a THIS IS NO TIME TO SWAP EXPERIENCE AND '.

I HEALTHMtOOVERN his brother, Joe Marr.HAMPTON. /

evei : 6 ARTIE

pen ( Mrs. M. W. MorrowMr. ri For Railroad Commissioner i iI H.u

Sht+r Merye Kitchen Ijil'" and Mrs. D. Snipes and (Group One>)> j ?

Follow Your Doctor's daughter. Marie, of St. Augustine t, 1

if cold winter with its at- Advice were guests Sunday of Mr. k4 Vote to Re-elect
irtiflcial heat in our homes and Mrs. O. D. Gay and family. i

cd havoc: with many turn U you went to your doctor and Mrs. G. W. Rahme Sr., and Mrs. ('
iti Dining room chairs es- he gave you a bottle of medicine or G. W. Hlnson returned Thursday EUGENE S. MATTHEWS .
ipeak disconcertingly with a package of pills it would proba- with r
after a visit of several days f
teat the weight cabinet Of maker course and youIn bly them never the minute occur you to you reached to destroy home. their slater, Mrs. J. M. Minton of He has a long record of' able and efficient service as Railroad Commissioner f1! :. I I

[take them to.his shop and On the contrary, you would take a Tampa. and his broad knowledge of transportation and communication !

hem for you. Or if you arebout dose at the first opportunity and be Mrs. Lyle Young and daughters problems is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of fiat i:! : '

such things and like to mighty careful to follow the directions Betty and Gloria Ann are importance to the State. Vote for him and urge your friends and l I i. t

bid you can do it yourself. on the labeL But suppose visiting relatives in Tampa this acquaintances to do likewise. w ff< ; !i'' I
Ihtly loosened joint can be that instead of writing a prescription week. 'I (.

id without taking the chair In Latin symbols the doctor Political( adoliaomont paid for fcjr supporters ol Eugtn. S. Matthtwt) :
Soften the old glue with vlnd told you in blunt English: "There'snothing Mrs. Roy Starr spent last wekin r
scrape out as much as organically wrong with you Palatka as the guest of her sister )

Then force in the newa but you do need some exercise and and brother-in-law, Mr. and '.
r.. :' T' : :; .5 .;1.1'' "'j }
furniture < 4
cement or what- we'll have to make some modifications Mrs. Charlie Dyal. Mr. and Mrs. ; iwnrnn.sn .

M may prefer with a wooden in your diet. Would you be Dyal and children returned with lliJn\\ Ten dollars goes to Mr. Delight Youngs,
p. Bind firmly with the Just as scrupulous about followinghis Mrs. Starr and were guests of c//l Pearl Street. Jacksonville FU., for '"
pn a of a soft pad where the orders or would you as so many her mother Mrs. G. W. Rahme The World turns fJn the f 61 the winning slogan forth* weekending ; ;
f the greatest and let and
do go out of his office promptly April 10. Get your slogan In today.*
disturbed until the glue forget aU about them Sr.

It is Just as stupid to, Ignore your Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- '. ,.
krt remedy for badly loospti physicians instructions anent exercise .
worth and children and Misses JBESTTOOihr' *P> "'* I''
that are under consider. fresh air, diet, more rest or Barbara Horne and Marion C. !;
am is to take the whole any other rule of hygiene as It
part, thoroughly clean out would be to pour a bottle of expensive Johns spent Saturday in Gaines- 8098 i YOURSELF \

glue and do a whole re- medicine down the sink. The ville. TO
l Job.d Be sure you are ua- doctor doesn't give advice to hear T. F. Brown, who has been em- .,. KEEP
nave quality of liquid glue or himself talk. He knows more about ployed at the Hampton Tower by New Two Plecer k: k
to do the work than 1
over your physical requirements the Seaboard Railway is now Pattern No. 8998 Slimming,

th parts of a Joint, return you do. That's why you seek his working as telegraph operator In youthful, smooth as the curve of a
their exact help. the Waldo station. birch sapling In the breeze-here I. :
How in the name of common
etn 'ecurely until the glue sense do you expect to feel better Bill Maxwell of Jacksonville wasa a frock which Is tops Our in fashion J
circles pattern
oily hard right now.
times and firm It you won't do the things he tells visitor in Hampton Sunday. gives the identical style which :
into I a loosened tiny wedge can be you to dot, You complain of headaches The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. War- has taken you the country by storm ,

roves mare Joint. This of frequent colds of being ren of Alachua we revisiting and presents the exact details of
Iblll reglueing effective and tired, of sleeplessness. You are friends in Hampton Sunday after- the original-the long torso top
e told exactly what to do to get rid of nipped at the waistline topped witha tti= I I'V'3fr
the trouble and because the remedy noon.Mrs. who sailor collar and finished with two
the L. L. Beadenbaugb,
before kt into doesn't come disguised as a bitter pockets at the hem-and the pleated ; '
Luke i
driving the tonic coated pill that has been a patient in St. ; !
or a sugar fabrics
4 weB skirt. Smart in two -or a
ter from heated nail prevents can be swallowed In an instant, it's Hospital for the past four weeks monotone wool crepe. ...w.

cracking e too much bother. returned to her home Sunday. Pattern No. 8098 is designed for ''iifi

forget to rub Well if that's your attitude all Mrs. Henry Hlnson and infant sizes 10 to 20. Size 12 short sleeves '1I
a the pointed r can say is that you certainly deserve son Wayne returned t 0 their requires 4Vt :yards 39-Inch mono- .'
It bite W.1y1VoaD. wood In order to go on feeling miserable. home Monday from the Alachua tone material, blouie alone with % -, .ffol'I.'

CI.Actions easUy. County Honpltal. sleeves 2 yards skirt 2tt yards "I l'A;

of hardwood floors SAMPSON CITYBy Mrs. Della Dyal returned Tues Don't go

ve had hard wear need spare Mrs. S. E. Jone day from a visit with relatives "' big busY caret!

Rd In order to keeP the 1Inish in High Springe. N._................................ "r t', The enemy has information cancer "
adequate to actually pro- W. J. Roberson and Joe S. Wll- 1 around I vital military I.e.

e wood.daUy care it.s a good Idea llams were visitors, to Gainesville GUM BRANCH Mdr.................:............,. 1 ; ''r gwIgitroop movements an ether n I

Yer the Monday.
broom bare floors; a first vacuum with Kenneth Thomas of Starke was By Mrs. T. N. Norman .............................'........ 1:9''f new" Keep it to youretci
I kdrto the
Then bare floor here recently visiting his aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sterns and of ..
Main paper..n.u.Petters
dlllt glue them a rubbing Mrs. S., E. Jones. mother who have been visitingMr. 1 _

c. grit mop from Thus prevents Fred W. Ellis of Gainesville and Mrs. J. N. Norman for Mo.......... sjteo.?........ ;r.
In the wax becoming 1m- was visiting friends here Wednes- some time left Monday for Wild-
to the woodj and working wood where Mr. Sterns has been Send IS cent deilredl In coin loPalrlcU fop-
each pattern Here's the ICTORY/,
lolled spot day.Mr. employed on an orange grove. way
with are best and 'Mrs. T. C. Thomas and Dow Patterns

cloth Is then \Vater taken a Lttle up liquid with a wax soft daughters Palatka spent, Twyla Sunday Jo and here Ann.with of little Mrs.sons Louise of Chapman Norfolk Va.and, two are ZOS W. 17th 81., New York t N. T.REELECT to KEEP yOUR ENERGY UP/ ,. BUY .., 'r to

seem to Mrs. J. S. UNirBDTATBH '
the air- visiting her' mother .
dead mother Mrs. Josle
and Mrs. Thoma's ,
r because It tends dirty look of W." HalL M You need to keep your energy up to meet x DEMNM !
to Sapp.Mr.
111 of the wood. raise : and Mrs. R. C. Keen Mr. ti t< /!d 3-z I
tq IJquid wax the After clean- Mr and Mrs. E. D. Jones spent and :Mrs. Vanlce Keen and children the war's increasing demands. So take timeout AMD '

be Polished section will Sunday afternoon in Starke. Sun rrbxation with smooth VSTAMI R 1
but the Job Is of Jacksonville spent for friendly N
aunPler than It would be Mr. and Mra Arlford Brown of' with their mother, Mrs. Over-
It day
was r bad been removed! and Tampa spent the week-end with street. L.EX GREENCONGRESSMAN mellow JAX Beer, the famous Drink of }

rellnlsbUlI jOb done Mrs. Brown's father W. H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Lydge Andersonof Friendship. 5 a

and family. Keystone Heights i attended -

SO( 1t.\I'lnRS: NOT E Mr.. Louise Varnes visited relatives church at Rock Sunday and were Wholesome, pure, downright good and yt w4 '

n--I.>c e8l.'h_ BRADFORD in Graham Sunday. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I refreshing, JAX Deer will help keep you + ; seh. rot' y
John McKinney of Graham was S. Sapp. in tip-top shape. I # ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and 1 ,
'I' this i
vt COI RT here on business one day
r FLOItIIJ'I DRAuponu I.. CIIAN. Mr., and Mrs. P. L. Bridges of I, JAX BREWING COMPANY
week.Mr. Starke and Mrs. Kate Powell of
Melvin lllghsmlth and Mrs. Jim McCulley Hill were dinner guesta of Jieksoavilli Florins
Plaintiff Center I ,
..N14g0ighemlth. Dat.ndant. visited Mrs. McCulley's father, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman. Sun .... r .1 l
vM'UE PT'TIr.IC'ATIO who was seriously crippled in a i

rb.: TO APPEAR AND wreck some time ago at Lake day. and Mrs. S. E. Chapmanof '
Mr. COLLARS week
"'ho.,rroidenc.j I.Emma tin.an. Butler. Jacksonville visited Mr. and ;REE'1 every \ .

requlr.d, Kirby Smith. Hogan Smith, Jr., Mrs., J. S. Sapp Saturday after- i i Is
t. to
ad IsO2 enu.n the abc appear>v. onnamed and Howard Brown left for Mo- noon. i for original victory.I.ogan.like the one in this ad. I

." ".. plaintiff bile Ala., Saturday to work on Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Anderson -, Entries for this week, accompanied by label or BEER

t spa four.hall....,P"bll'h It.adrord lhl.Co..nty Order defense Jobs.Horace and his mother of Jacksonville I reasonable facsimile, from JAX Beer, Ale or Stout.
rn4 kl y iaueaM'a'ke Varnes is working in visited Mrs. Anders on's ; clone midnight.Apnl 24th. Complete rules on appli r
,/:' PlordaanthlifApril Jacksonville this week. mother Mrs. Overstreet Sunday.Mr. cation. SendyoursloMntodiytoCONTESTJUDGES.P. #

'"I.\r PF.A visited his and Mrs. Felix Sapp attended AT LARGE o. BOX 1771., JACKSONVILLE, LORIDA'a se'
"k Of Court. Thoma. Link Williams STATI u i
said { Level Sun-
'.r j l'. Ja.kllUnYIII...17.. Florida. 1_' mother Mrs. Joeie Hall, for a church at Pine OIMOCIATIC MIMAf-V MAY 1'41

few days of last week. day. ..

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&, 1 Work StartedOn Small Farmers Lead The Entire NationIn City Approves Pearl Harbor Decorations Injured In Fall

t r New Addition Increased Food Production Temporary HousingThe p.- -: rrsr- Mrs Gertrude 8
.' : } To Tabernacle Bradford and Union Counties 149 persons. In the Rural City Council Tuesday night r- Mg g' 5 associated With I.oUiI (
'f I the
have had a part In building up litation program of FSA Rehabi'I I I voted to take opportunity by the c IJ4 A: : /4 varloug Dlilitary,|, H
,n Mr and Mm J. T Qul l y.pporwora forelock and make provision for "r.: stores In Stark, be
the most striking record of Improved four Southeastern States produced ,II
of I he GoIfp1 l Tabernacle the erection of houses In Stark < floor of (the p

t at Cherry and Madison living standards In the 61 qUArts of fruits and vege even during the present emergency -- '.., tary store Camp BIIII,
strceUt announce that the si rue- United States. tables per person, or a quart per Aftefl two years of congestiOn In the fall Thursday ?7

lure will be Improved and enlarged This fact out here citizens: had "ho Was
,1 was pointed by day for the family during the many conscious,
at once, and lhat an entirely and Hurt ?
to making h
Bdgitr' H. Klueppelberg, Supervisor just gotten around .
r perild of the year when frewh der and left
new building will likely for the Farm Security Administration preparation to build hornet, \ ; WI.-.- eye *

_ tand there within the year-If! In connection with vegetables were not available. and a number -of newcomers had ., ,_ _. I day to the RIVerll, ,

t I) esHentlal building materials are the report from Washington that This year the goal set by home also been -making such plans, .A"f ss t Jacksonville treatment for X-ra

,iL forthcoming Southern farmers In the "bottom ,supervisors of the program la 100 when suddenly scarcity of build- : a. : work and is

The preaent building; to of third" Income group led the nation quarts per person.As ing materials' priority ratings and ,, e be expected.and doing 811 "ell

frame; but material la already on In 1941 in the rate of increased the like curtailed It all.
further from
the ground and work has begun food production. a departure Again, several different aec-

on an extension at the rear of the Mr. Klueppelberg has reports the traditional low-nutrition diet tlons of the City have asked for I Methodist Church ]

tabernacle, which will be of Corn- of a nation-wide survey allowing these families stored five and one-, and gotten favorable action from Services

rock. concrete block anti brick. : that FSA farmer In Alabama, half bushels of fruits and vegetables -' the city ,council, placing certain of the ChIUt

"For eight or ten years" aald Georgia South Carolina and FlorIda per person. They produced building restrictions on those lo- I Sunday Church will be as foU
"we have School ooTl
Mr. Monday
QuIgley who ranked lowest of the 12 calities. The Council voted Tuesday 10:
I had a mlm-lon hall over our Htore" 100 pounds of meat or poultry per Morning: Worship | I
Farm Security regions I n the night to have City Attorney 11
.. (QuIgley & Davis). Now they are person, 96 gallons of milk and 27 I Sermon Subject: .
amount of food produced at home T. Frank Land rum, after decid-
this extension 22x50 feet dozen eggs.Summing. I Commonplace
: building before coming under FSA supervision ing upon the legality of such a ExperienCII
; Ir which will be the new home for up the report from II The Youth
lant year had Increased move, draw up a special building Fellowlhlp
: the mission' as well as be the administration their production of food at home Washington: "One of the most permit for the erection of low- :4 a I will be at 7:00: P. )f,
building and office. important results of seven ; ii:.
one and one-half times, and were cost houses, even In restricted All young
'ill For the present, the old buildIng ranked of the FSA program is that it under certain conditions."for invited are
the to
among top u r areas
will continue to be used as the I has provided conclusive evidence Aim. Chester W. Nlmlti. right. Commander-in-chief, Pacific fleet ,
t4LL.i main auditorium. The new buildIng that underfed, the duration after which award the navy: cross to one of U men so honored for bravery: during Evening Worship Sot I
The 1941 progress report of under-empioyea things would revert back to nor the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor December 7, The presentation Sermon Subject
cl will be a Htory and a half, ana low-Income farm families can : 'TaIls
4 rural rehabilitation borrowers, released mal. took place aboard a battleship at this vital naval base. Lined up at tory, Not An
When the upstairs 1 in* finished.. It vide themselves with minimum Escape L
file F the left other who received awards.
by S A office In conditionsthe are men
_ will be an apartment to accommodate Washington shows that the adequate diets If given the op Among the special --- -- Prayer services at Ikt,I
typ- Council had In mind are the -
and Wednesday
upeakers evangelists at
,.. j ical FSA family In the nation portunity. 8 P. M I
has following:< The ready-cut or low- 25 New Names
others coming' to asslat In the accomplished these things since Added To Assistance RollsIn ,A cordial welcome ttl
cost houses must be placed the
$ work of tho tabernacle from time
d to time. D. A. Judd In In charge coming on the program: Industrial Users back of restricted lots, a certain Bradford County During MarchThe vices of the church

_ of the construction, and the buildIng 1. Doubled the production of Of Sugar number of feet from the front G. C Powej.1MANUSCRIPT
foods and other goods for familyuse. State Welfare Board's or at the rate of ,
(U expected to t be ready for occupancy street and front existing houses, pro- nearly $7,000,000per -
within 30 dayn. The To Register Soon adequate room being: left at the gram of expansion added 25: year. emu\

I building permit for the preHent 2. Doubled the eduction of front for the erection of a more names to Bradford County's Old- "The State Welfare Board," per 100-BRADFORD(

meat for home use. Industrial registration for the commodious structure after the age Assistance rolls during TELEGRAI'U.WILBUR.
Improvement calls for an expenditure Mrs. Andrews explained, "h a s
of 11,000. 3. Increased the fruits and rationing of sugar will be held emergency,is over; permission of March, according to announce-

vegetables preserved for family April 27-28, and Includes" all nearby neighbors must be secured I ment today of Mrs. W. L." Andrews authorized Investigation of all I
4 k use by 1S8 quarts, or 114 percent. membet of pending Old-age Assistance cases, All Florida IsTg
Tax Books Close 1 before such building can be constructed District 5 Welfare -
4.. Increased milk production wholesalers, retailers, hotels and Board. and It is expected that within the
: ; it must be acknowledgedand To
1* A. ruling of the Attorney General for home use by 184 gallons, or restaurants. Consumers' registration Immediate future investigationswill
signed by the obtain-
makes It necessary to clone ,64 percent. will take place May 4, :5, 6. leg -permit that It Is person only a temporary Andrews During the same period, Mrs. become current. It has always
the books of the County Tax Collector :S. Increased net cash Income by said 2,010 names were been the desire of the State C. I
The registration at Starke will be arrangement, and that the added to state
rolls the largest I
May 1, according to Carl $441 or 70 percent. Welfare Agency to investigate
applications -
_ t Knight. After that date the regular Farm Security.borrowers I In held In the public school building. house must be moved or used for total 'for any month since shortly immediately after they: Of IlarileeThe Com;
'4 will be Since the schools will be out other purposes after the war; and after the payment of public as-II
statutory penalties Bradford and Union counties Increased are received, but because of lack
it 4 added, Mr. Knight said. The their food production last the local rationing boards in each there must be_ only one such lataneo with joint state and fed of funds this has not heretofore ) Producer (salt
houiM to lot
time has already been extended year- by:! community will have to, assume The p Council- ---- eral funds was begun in July, been possible. That rt can be Railroad Commissio
ka announced that a
from Anril 1. 1. Canning an average of 200 responsibility for registration. G. few such 1937. done now Is due to the levying of
quarts. per family. B. ColHon at Brooker will set up houses had already been As of March. 317 residents of additional Old-age taxes by the (Against Jerry Cvttr
esrrrrss built In certain- 'of the
spsrsrsrs parts No.
a City
2. Raising 100 chickens, DO of his organization; W. P. Smith In and that was desirous that. the Bradford County were receiving 1941 session of the legislature on 2))

OFFICESUPPLIES which were kept for layers producing Staike and F. R. Carradlne In public. be-.lritol'bled" that lit. $4, 68oo monthly in Old-age Assistance money played through the mu- 1. PEOPLE AREUUD
15: dozen eggs a week. Lawtey. "Teachers residing in only while in the state the tuels at horse tracks and the diversion to the importance of ttl

4 In the southeastern region the these various communities will temporary number of recipients had increased of the odd cents "breaks" I mission, which dish

report showed borrowers Increased gladly assist in this work," Prof. to 41,022 ,and monthly cash to the payment of grants to the,I RATES and SERMCE

home use products by 142 percent K.! L. Williams, principal of B. H. A ssistant Engineer grants_to a new high of $579,415: aged" Railroads Trucks,, ha

as compared with 101 percent S. stated Wednesday. Telephones.
L. A. MIchaux
resident engineer -
for the nation as a whole. "Materials are on hand In the 2. PRODUCERS: (they
representing the Jacksonville T. R. Sweat blank dogs in Starke," said the i
The average FSA family In the office of NEKI: ,
the Clerk of the'CircuitCouit Chief." A freight) KINO.
firm of can't drive
Reynolds down
Brewton, person
four states Increased the amountof Native of Starke tlve Farmer, Citrus
Mr. Williams continued.
Smith &: Hills as well as the cityof the streets* without stopping to
and vegetables canned "All must register on thorn days Starke, has an assistant. Rob- Buried keep from killing a dog." l\Ierchant-IIE IK tile B
for WednesdayFuneral
home use by 178 quarts, as If they want to deal in or purchase ert L. Quick't-6f Jacksonville, Is give Producer Reprew
compared to an Increase of 198: No and for Rate Kohl
sugar. information has .
for here In quarts FSA borrowers all been which will lome
I over given relative to obtaining I more aProducers'
Chamber of Commerce location Rayford Sweat 69
I the nation.In former Starke
I 1941 sugar for canning purposes. Just upstairs at 129 East Call street. resident and one of the South's Brooker 3-2 pockets tat
the average family of as soon as this Information la re Mr. more Industries to oar!
Quick took up his duties outstanding lumbermen, were heldIn
celved It will be transmitted to Brooker, April 19-Graham defeated S. THE PEOPLE N I
Monday, taking charge of sewer, Gainesville Tuesday afternoonat
) For Your Convenience the local paper." Brooker here this after- FIGHTER. lie ha (foe
) disposal plant and fire station, 3:30: o'clock. He died satur-
CLASSIFIEDWANTED B. L. Williams has while noon in a thrilling contest! the way by Hard Work, I ft
Telegraph Is Ever resigned as Mr. Michaux will look after day night at the family residenceIn by
Increasing ,County Rationing Administratorand the ,Witter hospital and Ihft' two Gainesville.Mr. close score of 3-2. sense and Perxlittence.. 0

Jj$ Its Stock of : % cotton raga No :' W. P. Smith of Starke will pumping stations. They wilt cooperate .- Sweat was a native of .The game was a pitcher' battle : people he Is DOESN'T FOR the i f
: Office pants or socks accepted. Brad assume this position, It was an In all the l 'work, Mr. Starke arid had many friends here all the way, as each twirler struck

Supplies. Here ford County, Telegraph. ttWANT nounced. Mr. Williams will not ;Michaux'.tated Monday. among the older residents. He out 20 men. TILlls on the mound RENDER.
ri Are i>e available durIng the summer .. fop Graham 4. HIS-ENTIRE RECO
Some of The Many was the son of the late Thomas allowed only five hits
BUYERS of Un elfl li I'odlk
for lots In and months. one
Lawtey MethodistBible W. and Sarah and one earned run as his teammates
Items Now Carried: near Starke. Prices reasonable Hodges Sweat, the vIce, Soberness, Falrwwj
former only one behind
Civil error
a War
and terms' liberal. D. E. Henry R. Sapp School will meet at 10:30A. note. veteran of him. Keene for Brooker esty and Couraff/

Knight. 4-10 4t .. M., with morning worship following allowed only seven hits,' but was 5. AS RAILROU CO
Adding Machine Paper Buried WednesdayHenry Beginning his business career at SIGNER he will be on
0 REWARD at 11:30: o'clock. The subject handicapped by four errors on the
reward to the of 19
anyone age as a merchant in for tile Pf'Ople-and p
i Carbon Paper for Information leading to R. Sapp, 84, died at his the of the morning sermon by Starke, Mr. Sweat later was recognized part of-his team. that, while In that oil
the Identity of person scalding home in pastor, the Rev. Herbert widely as Tlllis; with 3 hits and Strick for <01
Manila Clasp EnvelopesPay Lawtey Tuesday afternoon an authority on will NOT run any
or poisoning my hogs. A. Hazzard will be, "The Holy Southern land with 2 led the batters for
; T. after an Illness of many pine. In 1908 he became 8. Thru OLD frlemli -
Envelopes Mason, General Delivery. Starke. yeai's. He was born at Sapp Sta. Spirit. Evening service will beheld associated with the Cress Graham, while Russ with 2 hits NEW ones, Old on I hit
4-17 2tp tion on October at 8 P. M., the pastor using Manufacturing Co. and Keene with one led the locals
39 File Folders Cem Clips 27, 1857. and had the theme, "The Place of of Jackson- ""
been a resident Prayer ville retirIng in In hitting. Keene's effort was a FBOV
BABY CHICKS Whlia of Lawtey for 50 In the 1927 as its vice KINO IS IN
Ruled Index Cards and Black Leghorn yeai.s.He. i Early Church The pub president' because of ill health. home run, driving in both of the
lie l
Minorca ID
: croasetlc cordially Invited to attendall Brooker
In runs lie Will Deeply Appi
tc Ink (Pints & Quarts) each. Delivery free anywhere Is survived by his widow, these services. recognition of his authority in AND AC
lumber YOUR VOTE
I In Bradford County on orders Mrs. Georgia Sapp; one brother, affairs, Mr. Sweat served The Graham boys will play a
; Clothes Marking Outfits of 100 John Sapp four aa Southern representative for team from the Camp Blanding SUPPORT
or more.-See or write ; sons, J. S. Sapp, Dr.
(. Ruled Legal Note Pads Albert Kruno, 145 Call St., W. M. Sapp J. B. Sapp and Fred Murphy 'Leaves his industry during the NRA poatofflce Sunday and will havea (Political Adv. Paid'

Stajco, Ma. itp Sapp, all of Starke; one step-son, Dr. Purdon Murphy who came period. return engagement with Brooker Friends)
.j Manuscript Covers J Everett E. In 1898 he May 3..
Burney, of Jackson to Starke onl]( few months ago was married to Mo!

_ Mimeograph Stencils TENT FOR 3ALK-elxe 16 l-2x ville; four daughters, Mrs. Edna to take over the office and dental lIe'Vlrginla FInch of Lynchburg, .

20 feet; heavy water-proof, Halslop Mrs. Tobe Norman and practice of Dr.: J. W. Brownlee Va.. who survives him. He is also

i1 Mimeograph Paper with poles;; $40. See J. N, Mra. Annie Alvarez, all of Starke, who had accepted a captaincy In survived by two sons, Wilson T. I

R Mimeograph Ink Pierce. Bradford County Telegraph and Mrs. Mattie Flannigan, of the Dental Corps! of the U. S. Sweat of Memphis. Tenn and Emory H. PriceFOR

itFOR Whltehouae. He had 49 grand Army. Is himself "In the Army Carroll Sweat of Charlotte N. C.;

Onion Skin. Paper SAUK-1931 Model-A pick- children, 73 .greatgrandchildren now.".He Jaaa..acoepted.a commission I and a sister Miss Sarah E. Sweat.
up truck, steel one great-greaUgrand child. as first lieutenant in the I '
Pencils body and cab
& 4L good tires and motor; new tag; The funeral and burial were Dental Corps, has gone for a brief I old Sweat family home in CONGRESS

Pencil Sharpeners and sticker. Bargain. 631 West held at Kingsley Lake cemetery visit to his home in Mulberry Starke Is now local quarters for

; 'r Duplicate Madison Avenue. lip at 3 P. M. Wednesday with the before taking up his active dutiesIn the Southern Bell Telephone Co. 2nd District
Books Rev. C. L. Kirby officiating. De the service.

N Rubber Bands FRYERS weeks old, 3 for Witt C. Jones was in charge of Too Many Stray Dogs"The

Salespads $1. through Frl. and Sat. All funeral arrangements. Mr. Sapp No Long .Extensions
Tape you want. K. E. Wasclln, 3 died from an illness with which police will 'pound' all

_Stapling Machines miles north of Waldo, Road 13. he waa stricken exactly 20 years According to Berry Johns util dogs that are running over the Dependable Capable

; Itp ago to the day, his condition datIng ity superintendent for the City of town at large" according to an

Rubber StampsStenographer LOST from April 21, 1922. He Starke, the Office of Production announcement Tuesday by Police

: : : Note Pads small-last.0 Friday near Hampton l leaves 'behind a host of friends Management at,, Washington has Chief A. I* Alvarez. And It will Ask Those Who Know Emory
w, marked
swallow oat
A fork whose sympathy goes out to his notified the ,City that It will not money to get them out of
Typewriter Ribbons streak under bit each ear, white family In their hour of sorrow.. be' permitted to extend electric the pound! One dollar and coats Your Volte:

Shipping Tags Carl ton down Chastaln forehead Notify light.lines more than 250 feet distant -or a total of $2. And that regulation and Support Will Be AppreciatedPaid

Reward. Hampton.: Court Next Week from' existing lines-unless stands for all dogs, with

; Metal Rim Tags Up it la 1 to wire building begun before no exceptions. ( Political Advertisement)

4 O. K. Paper Fasteners LOST: --One black and white female Circuit Court for the 8th Judicial I: March., 28; when the ruling "There are too many blankety-
bird dog. Reward to Circuit will convene at 10 o'clock went into effect.. --

Asco!' Paper.Fasteners finder W. R. Brown 8th St. A. M. Monday. April 27..
and railroad. circuit Judge A. Z. Adklns will
Card File Indexes itp preside while T. E. Duncan of THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

Card Index Trays LOST OR STRAYED-red butt- Gainesville will be the prosecuting

headed cow, marked crop upper attorney assisted by Joe Hill Wil

r Everhandy Paper Clips bit In one ear and under square h ams, of Lake Butler. It Is expected Identification Double Loop

t Clip Board Arch Boards In other. Brand C-7. Notify A. that Court will last only

D. Crosby. Route 2, Box: 216, one day though It may run for

Expanding Paper Files Starke reward. itp two days It was announced yes

terday. Neck
c !Metal Files ROOM-MATK WANTED Will Quite a number of cases are on Chains 25c
ii. India Ink Wire Trays up-stalrs nice, clean. convenient, t the docket, but none very "out .
room; five "
windows standing, Mr. Duncan PHONOGRAPH
stated.IN .
'r !Marvel Punches twin beds private porch. Price MOST COMPLETE LINE, OF MILITARY

f : Scratch Pad Holders reasonable. Miss Abble Knight, RECORDS -
Guidon Grill. up : cmri'iT" coitHT. SRIFORD Large Assortment _, SUPPLIES IN STARKEALSO
Ink Eraser Stick Files WANTED TO \ 2J&"TV Y. VLOIIIIIAl 1:11: CICANRob.rt : '

: R.ENT-good, reasonablepriced n. Mltrh.n' Plaintiff "., Columbia Victor .
Ring Binders sleeping Ina -
light house-kee room or Lass.OnDnR.&IUchell. Defendant. Ca.. No. Okeh a Bluebird -
ping rooms. Decea-
.1 WANTED!: TO BUY saw logs. Will !?ltcheli I who.OF FLORIDA r..ld.nc. Is to'Wood Ins Large Selection of

cut lumber on shares or by berry. Tcnneaaee... Claasicals Populars! FAIR PRICES
the thousand. You ara re'1ulre" to
1 We have lumber appear Cln
Juna let. 1943 In the Mail
BRADFORDCOUNTY above nsmsd Orders Given
of all dimensions for Court and .
sale. cause, wherein plaintiff
J Annls Lumber Company. it Telegraph In leek* divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order Prompt AttentionE. P. S. STORES Inc.

r TELEGRAPH WANTED Expert alteration Witness next tour weekly liiuee.
my hand and of ,
hand for uniform work. Good 'Sal at "tarka. Florida. this April I L. REAMS
17n, _
1941.inrrlrrr. 0
} 4I Phone 29 pay. Experienced only need ap .. flEAL) S19 W. Two Stores For Your Convenience
ply.-Blandlng Tailors, 129 E A. Clerk A. .1. Thomas University Ave.
01 said
t __ Call St. n. Byron 4.14 4t 11-111 G.\DJESVILI..E. FLA. 145 Call
ntsS rrppsr I. Up Atty! "toe I'll.Ktng. JacluOlt'Vllle, Fla.. __- Street & Blanding CenterP"OE
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