Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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ation Center for BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries '

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Official Count Publication Established In 1877


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I sinners SURFACING STARTED ON ROAD 261 I First Primary. t i iTo

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Week RegistrationOf : Berry Season Next Tuesday'!:j i i.r

Men 45 To 65 Nears End .r
such ll- .
trial users of sugar ; With approximately 4,300 qu ,, (

ole-alen! retailers, hotels fled electors (largest number In

..taurants, registered Mon- Totals 1,200The It* history), Bradford County ,'
d Tuesday telling how $154,000 awaits, with apparently little Interest ''I

ock they had on hand and .lk. the opportunity to cast Its f
desires for 'H& vote in the first Democratic primary -
known their local selective service board I Bradford County's strawberryseason .1( (
Julian next 0. The ,
ure. According to reports that 1,200 men betweenthe Tuesday, May
Secretary of the Ration- ages of 45 and 69 registered was nearing the home poll will open at 7 o'clock Standard t

al, 78 persons registered In last Monday. Later they will be stretch this week volume drop Time ((8 o'clock War Time). ':

ij County during the per- required to fill out questionnaires ped sharply and prices slumped as In spite of the unusually large ',

il I certificates were issued showing fully their qualifications the results of markets flooded number of qualified voters.* a light '
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of sugar. Each vote la expected because of general ,
rs pounds in various civilian occupations and
with fruit from other sections of
was allowed approximatelyt skills. s? the country I luck of Interest I shown ,
of what he had for- \ throughout\ the off-year campaign f'
Registrants should rememberthat Since Wednesday of last. week' The war is generally '

'ra' registration will the card given them at the x 11,037 crates. of fruit were shipped credited for this unusual state of
time of registration muat'be kepton from the county- -7,600 from. I '
4, 15,6 & 7 from a f fill m. I
April Mr. Peek anA their person at all times. Thus the Lawtey platform, and 3.457 Six candidates seek the place ;
((30: P. M, carried, It will be ready for proofto sold through tho auction at the made vacant when Lax Green decided r.

il.i. will have all comers that the bearer has State Farmers Market near to run for Congressman/ j i
_i I* Morgan registered according to law. Starke. The price was $3 ( "
at theonn average state-at-large. James R. Boyd, I
le registration
of school. The When Uncle Sam gets his man per crate, bringing growers an Jr., J. G. Cary, Zach H., Douglas ':

will Springs be the place for power lined up from the cradleto estimated gross of 933,171. T. W Parsons, Jr., Emory H. '

ry Starke. ThoseIn the grave for military and Out of town buyers have already Price! and Helen Hunt Went are '

ration the at vicinity of the civilian needs both at home and The biggest piece of news for Starke since the establishment of Camp handing! moved on to greener pastures all asking for the second dls- '

School or In the Van- abroad, he will start In on the Actual work on the hard-surfacing of Defense Highway 261 was started yesterday although several local op- h'ict's congressional seat t tIn t'

It?t tectlon will also regist women., And then "it! won't be afternoon by the Wolfe-McLeod Construction Company, successful bidders 'on the project. eratorii, Including H. L. Brownlee his campaign for congressi .''

the Starke Armory. long" until the Germans and Jaws I Within 90 working days the beautiful graded road pictured above will be even more! are still buying fruit man-at-Iarge Lex: Green Ilf 1 op-

living at Lawtey, Brook- will know the United States Is in I beautiful. Citizens of Starke will doubtless proclaim it the "prettiest sight" they ever saw. Since the season started, 51, polled by Earnest Overstreet, Wal- I ,
and J. Cohen.
will register the, War. (; 24-foot hardsurfaced. 127 crates of berries have been lace_ Tcrvln Barney fflJudge
d Hampton i One of the two lanes will be completely H. L. sebrIng of Gainesville ;
lelr local school houses, The other lane will be finished at later date. shipped from Bradford County '
I a of and Theo. T. Turnbull of ,,
with return
fcd people will register at Uneventful Term I The bid of the Wolfe-McLeod Company ($237,529): ) was accepted on April 9, but startling M94.S23.45.an gross Monticello are candidates for Jus

J Ichool understood house at that Reno.at thisen' Of Circuit CourtA the project was delayed because of a Government, order; halting all contracts until the lice of the State Supreme CourtIn

War Production Board approved them. ,1tI Group 3.
the Health Unit
registration for canning quest pur- very short session of Circuit Naturally, however, the question of priorities s did not affect this highway because of Eugene S. 'Matthews of Starke,
auger Court a t 10 o'clock Saturday Wants To Guard senior member of the Florida.
will be settled. its importance to the transportation of soldiers into and out of Camp Blanding. r
Railroad Commission and a can- ,
morning spring term will for windup Bradford the County.regular And now Starke's dream of a new and shorter highway to Camp Blanding will soon be Against EpidemicAccording dklnte for re-election.! Is opposed '

It convened Monday and for a realized. by Raymond J. Davis and Char- ;

GraduatesDiplomas short period Tuesday, and'wlll re- to Dr. Malcom J. lea M Stewart. They run in i

cess after Saturday's brief session Ford, Director of the Bradford Group 1. : |J JJeriy
Long PromotedTo Strange Tragedy Jail Break Tried Clay Health Unit, the national, W Carter, candidate for I>

Takes Place Here state and county health units are re-election to the Railroad Com-
No Important cases came up
conducting a campaign/ for Immunization mission In Group 2, Is opposed by t
at this term. The case of Cole- Morris H. Rothschild, 59, 6 Bad of more of tho pop- Wilbur King, R. L Sweger and >
Rank Of By NegroJohnnie
man Dees, charged with "wilfully MajorCaptain
'a* an Imposing spectacle fence which resulted in feet 3 inches tall and weighing ulation. This In particularly Im- ; Harry Burch i I

iursday night when 43 finerd cutting 200 pounds,, working with Fred portant In such defense areas as In County politics, George H. : ,I

County young men and mistrial April 30, 1941, and was T. T. Long of Starke, Howland, Inc.,:contractor, arrived Harris, Georgia bad Bradford County where large Inman, who has represented Brad i
Nov. 10 ) I
continued from 1941 resulted
women marched down thet from Miami Wednesday morningof man wanted there on sufficient numbers of people come and got ford County at the past two see. }
t the Courthouse to the in a nolle prosequl being present Plans and Training Officer last week went to work Fri charges to keep him in prison and are exposed to many new infection Ions of the State Legislature, Is

atonal played by the High entered. R. D. Anderson, arralnge of the 124th 'Infantry, 'has' day and was killed at Camp Blan- "from now on," according to !!. Epidemics are more opposed for re-election by Jake P. f

band t o receive, their on a charge of breakingand been promoted to the, rank r.ding Saturday." authorities, tried to dig his way likely to occur under these conditions Roberts!, local automobile dealer. I

Ua from old B. H. S.,Never entering, pleaded guilty, and Major according, 'to an announcement He had a large suit case of out of the Bradford County jail ., Dr. Ford stated yesterday Only two seats on the Board *''" ,

e girls look sweeter, and was given a suspended sentence. brown leather and a small brown on the eve of being taken back "Here In the Camp Blandingarea of County Commissioner are con- s 1 I'
Colonel Fred A. '
dl4 the boys look more letter Cliff Crawford, arralnged a by leather zipper t>ag, both carry- to serve out his sentence. He was ," Dr. Ford continued, "we tested. In District No. 1 (Law- J1 ''I t

more determined to charge of larceny of an automobile Safay, Commanding- Officer, 124th .*...nltlals/ M." :rte!;" R.. Up to tbU arrested a couple of weeks'' 'ago have a definite danger. Irf recent ley) the Incumbent; P. D. Reddish f e|

their-mark in the world pleaded not guilty and his Infantry' time De Witt'C)-,:Jones has been In Suslow' Army store In Starke weeks an epidemic of small pox Is opposed by T, T. Black- I i if

Rev. Charles Allen, pastor case was continued Annie Belle Major Long was born and rear- unable to locate the place wherehe where he had broken in and has broken out In a nelghbotingstate burn.In. K

Presbyterian Church, de- Chandler was fined $100 and costs ed in Starke and was educated at left his bags. Anyone having stolen a suitcase full of merchan- from which large numbersof District No. 2 (North Starke) f:

the invocation and the on a charge of possessing lottery 1 the Bradford High School, later any information Inl this regard dise. persons are migrating to the Incumbent, W, M. Edwards, la 1

played Franz Lehar's tickets. entering the Georgia Military will please telephone Mr. Jones at According to jailer J. B. Rowe, Starke and vicinity. Small pox opposed by L. L. Conner, a former '. :

[', after which Dean Walter Harold Crawford and Ray Academy at College Park, Ga. number 7. Mr. Jones! prepared his Harris, colored, an escaped con- wan a great scourge/ In the early ) member. and chairman of i

liberty of the University of Crawford were arralnged for Major Long 'was connected with body for burial and shipped it to vict from a Georgia chalngang, days of the nation killing and the board. ,

la at Gainesville delivered grand larceny, pleaded not guilty, the Florida State Prison Farm, New York Sunday. knowing that within a few hours disfiguring many thousands of School Board members In two {t tot

iddress to the graduating a nolle propequl was entered in being in charge of the supply ser- Mr. Rotchschlld had worked Georgia authorities would come people the county' three districts t f,

the case and R was referred backto vice of the prison, before being here only one, day and on the second and take him back to serve out "Other diseases," continued Dr. are up for election at.thin time. t

Matherly spoke of the way the County Judge's court. A called into active service on No- morning was standing at his sentence, planned his escape. Ford "which were at one time In District 1 the Incumbent, J. 8. '

tdlnary citizen may help win nolle prosequl was also entered in vember 25, 1940, as the Adjutant Camp Blanding looking in one direction Shortly after noon Friday, In rampant In this country are ty- Norman- in opposed by Lorenzo i

iesent struggle between two the case of James Jackson charged of the Second Battalion and Commanding when a truck loaded with the quiet of the day, while no- phlod fever and diphtheria. All D. Green and J. II. Moore. i..i

I Orders-the war of the with intent to murder, and Jim Officer of the Battalion rock backed right into him and body was downstairs to hear what three of these diseases have been In District' 3, the Incumbent O. t

ractes against the DictatorHe Norman and Henry Manning on Headquarters Detachment of the dual wheels ran over him, wan going on above, Harris tooka conquered by means of vaccination C. Kelly, i I. opposed by E. J.

centered his address 1 the same charge, as well as the Starke.He crushing and killing him instant crooked piece of metal from a and Innoculatlon but will be- Lewis, a former member of the ," I

three points, namely, the case of James Jackson on another has been connected with ly. stove and was taking the mortar come prevalent again unless we board.

>ry citizen should either join I, charge of armed robbery. the military service since 1920, out from between the brick and maintain our guard against them. i Only one member of the Demo-

. rod forces of the nation or Estreatment proceedings were enlisting in the National Guard letting It fall on a blanket whichhe All parents who have not had cratic Executive Committee has i j

In some phase, of civilian concluded in the following cases;: upon its reorganization following Load Of Liquor had carefully placed on the their children Innoculated against opposition. In Precinct No.6"<

><:'be should help speed up Vergil Reddish Carl Poling,, World War 1..He.was commissioned Causes.Officials .>... floor to keep from making any these diseases by the age of one (Theresm) Miss Ida Hagan In- y

lion of arms and war Frank C. Smith, M. B: MUllgan,,, as a.. First Lieutenant in noise. According to Mr. Rowe, he year are guilty of 'neglect and cumhent, Is opposed by Mrs Floy '

went; and he should' buy Harrison Johnson, A. C. Lee and 1927, prom oted to Captain in I To Scratch Heads had made better progress than lack of patriotism B. Sullivan. I

Bonds and Stamps. Paul F. Young, all charged with 1941 and reassigned as the Intel to Seaboard agent T. anybody else they ever had tryit "Epidemics of any of these diseases -

ong other things, Dean "transporting persons for compensation ligence Officer of ,the regiment, According Griffin 132 ,cases of whiskey since he had already removed in this area would be a Defense Projects i
sly said "We are waging without certificate of later'I'' being t ran ,erred to the four brick from the wall, and Mr. great blow to national defense;'
Starke day
war an all-inclusive, allbig. public convenience and necessity." Plans and Training Office whichhe were week shipped from Jnto one wholesale Rowe estimated that it would take Dr. Ford said. "See your family Visited By Officials.- .;
all-out war. No nation Also in the case of M. R. DePratter now directs.Luxurious single distributor. If about a dozen to leave a hole physician at once, or If you can- Edward Anderberg, seniorez-. I.
bourn to a
'In a total war un large enough for him to escape afford this to local .
without thertion for disposing of property anybody doesn't believe that is not go your aminer of war projects, from- the .
of its I through. He was not In a cell
civilian der lien.Baptist. TrailerE. health unit;
at lots of whiskey, all he has to do Bureau of the Budget was in
vigilance is the price of except at night; but Mr. Rowe
is do little figuring. ComputingIt Starke Wednesday ,_ o n official
y Not only President Roose- O. Edwards, proprietor of a quietly escorted him to his cell.
RevivalAt at three gallons to the case, Adam Tyson Shot business in connection with the
congress! and the Army and the New Method Cleaner at 315 The jailor stated that on one t
four Federal Works
that would total 396 gallons or Agency projects
but you and I-each of us Lawtey Temple avenue, recently purchased 1,584 quarts. a occasion !in Georgia, Harris had By Father-In-Law now In progress. ,
t lend our utmost handsome $2,000 1942 model"Aristocrat" sawed his shackles oft, and that ,
coopera- a
Walker auditor for
n this struggle" Starts May 17 trailer built by Schultof But the trouble ( ?) la that it In another Instance when he was W. E. Thornton, night police, Edgar E. t!
the F. W. A., arrived In, Starke
in Starke! It was
lU the old order be crushed Elkhart, Ind. It is 28 feet didn't stop long being taken to prison on a train had a telephone call from the to remain for several '
11 two new orders. ?" Dean The Rev. Forbes E. Fuller pas- long, has a 6 1-2 foot ceiling andis shipped from the Red Top Brew- he shot his way out and made I Bartow police early Tuesday Tuesday while audits
Fly' asked. tor of the Lawtey Baptist Church ing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio to the morning stating that Adam Tyson days completing an i-
Hitler in the At- "as wide as the law allows, his escape. He had served out on the Health Center. ,
and announces that a twoweek'ievangelistic Barbarossa Distributing l Co., I resident of Bradford
Japan In the Pacific will beginon Mr. Edwards said Wednesday. It two years of his S-year sentence long-time A C. White, vice president of I y
campaign Griffin immediatelywired
wilenging Starke. Mr. > County was shot and
our right --a bed room witha when he escaped from a Georgia
to ex- has three rooms
1 Boyd & Goforth Co., who have
Fred :
Sunday, 'May 17, with the State' Beverage De- hla
Continued at Monday night by
on kitchenette and a few weeks He I
page ten) of St double bed, a In- chalngang a ago. the contract for the north and
evangelist tot
erick P. Billings, partment Tallahassee father-in-law, Llghtsey Tetstone.
fitted with back In that state.
living room. It la up is now safely south-side pumping stations, was.
Louis, Mo., in charge. structions. While' awaiting a n No details or motive for the killIng -
long Home an electric range, electric refrigerator Griffin in Starke Tuesday with his superintendent
under from, there i Mr.
already answer : were given.
"Preparations are fan, etc., and also ,
lights, A. O. Mundy Continues Mr. Huddleston, who
aged By Fire way t o make this soul-saving has running water. contacted both Sheriff Mr. Thornton was asked to no- will get work under way about
campaign a big success," the pastor it he Andreu and County Judge E. K. ExpansionOf tify the dead man's brother, Har- 4.The *
I got May
"The main reason disposition
ortly before midnight Mon- elated. "For a number of Perryman relative to old Tyson, of Starke, of theIIhootlnl'
are Stevens Southern Co.,
a said, "Is that flying quarters Barber ShopsBill
of the
mysterious fire weeks special have gone to make whiskey. It was not stated what
1e broke out hard 'to get. ,You just can't get half the contract to drill well, has
home Dr' for God-sent, Spirit-filled re Both the Sheriff and the Judge would be made of the 'j
and Mrs. M. up a disposition In and to begin
them. When the reporter gently shouldbe Mundy Is rapidly becominga rig place expected
that it
erionA' in the Law were of Hit opinion
at the intersection of vival of Christianity body Mr. Tetstono Is a native
that he could build a barber extraordinary plenipot- drilling yesterday.
suggested from
\It\ wire
Street soul- confiscated, but a
and Road tey community. Personal of Ralford, but had been livingat
48. AC-
Mr. Edwards "ThreeFriends"
house for $2,000, entiary what with his
good orderedits
agto RIchard Instruction Is being givenon the Beverage Department for several ,
winning Fort Myers years
Cooper, special to his
want street
e Officer replied "If I ever After all, accordingto shop on Call Jap MenaceTo
Dr. by the pas- release. elated
nights it
and Mr.. Her- Wednesday that I and the was
could sell It better the State Prison
I at
; sell, headed for shop
were In Mr. Griffin it was
the Mr. had bern working
house tor. Tyson Show At Park"The
"ames asleep and could a house. If things shouldgo Jacksonville, but to make the one at Camp Blanding! But now
could Construction Co.,
be with the
flow's Been both up Further Important announce- down, it would sell when a cheaper it was sent with the opening of the one on Manley
freight '
stairs at the these meetings of Bartow. Menace of the Rising
back "
of ments concerning Center Mezzaninethe
wouldn't the niandlng
hOUlIe, house to Starke with a load of beer and
TWO military next week. Sun, true life story of treach-
police will be made zenith has been reached
'In truck the rest of the
at shipped by
ened the back door and W. A. Scott USO Head In addition to this expansion Starke Taxi Service erous Japanese aggression will be
'alarm Herlon* and the Tell of ConventionAt way. Bill is now in the midst of givingthe AndrewsSale shown as an exciting! added attraction

he was turned In. I Friends here of Wilbur A. Scott Three Friends shop a com- Sold To at the Park Theatre next

< anft department' arrived their regular Wednesday will be interested in the following Grocery Shower plete renovation. Walter Silcox of the Starke Taxi Serviceby Wednesday and Thursday.

/{ertod did efficient work, i luncheon members of the Rotary Item from a recent Issue of the The Rev. H. T. Thomas" pastorof and Eddie Hartmann are Installing -I the Canova brothers to Andrews "See how the new Axis partner : ,
stated and the dam- Club heard an interesting account wood veneer and sneaked up under the cloak of
Winter Garden I
[WOUld : West Orange News, the Mount NebO Baptist Church. red gum Motor Company was an-
Probably run 'aome- of the State Rotary Con- both sides of the shop; friendship to stab the United
fa mirrors on i
: _
between i ) nounced this week.
$200 and $500, vention in Hollywood. Delegates Scott (boa-redrecently celotex ceiling has been added; States. In the back. See bow theJaps
Was COVered "Mr. and lira Wilbur 1 i X. W. Andrew, owner of the back bullet for bread i
F. paid
by In the
urance. from the local club M. A. Kite Is putting on
f..er Dr, Herlong nor the and W. T. expect to leave Thursday, April grocery shower given by members and with his paint motor company, stated that the and knives for kindness. See the I
t the 1 fighters could police Brown president colorful, description 30, for Florence; S. C., where. Mr. of the choir and other loyal members finishing touches- taxi service will continue to be little brown killers in all their I
tell Clute.
M Scott has been appointed directorof of, the congregation. The brush. locationon
operated from present treacherous schemes and ruthless
led to.toVi opl1nat lIt of the wonderful entertainmentand Before It is finished, Mr. Mundy
Inside at the Salvation. :Army operated pastor' and his wife received"everything Temple Ave., and that V. B. aggression!" These and many- t
the provided and
kitchen the said cabinets
fine programs
Dr food line" and
Herlong 8ald'that member USO unit. in the linoleum Kldd, the present manager, will other thrills are promised by advance r f.
although Hollywood made every will be installed a new
was neither stove resolution to attend "This organization seeks to aid after an evening of fun the the floor and continue In this same capacity.At publicity for the film
nor eleeIil'lres make a silent will be placed on
near the convention, the spiritual mental, recreational church members departed, taking will the present time 10 cab are The narration Is by Graham.
> theory welfare. of the men in with them
Is and social the McNamee.
by company.
''tl& a a rat'let no matter what obstacles presentthemselves. the honorees. be redecorated. !being operated
mlltch. our armed forces.

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h3 fs It A Free Country, After All? 7 Brooker Brevities
The Bradford
County Telegraph ; i

t i N.i It you have a boy nerving his country In the -. ----- --------- 1lJ& &iw e
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1877 Army or the Navy, whoso life may depend upon
1 K. \latl1arwlI: ._ __ u.n Editor and OwnIEstablished the delivery of supplies to the four corners of the Hy :\Ir.... .:l Corp. Bob Long of Ft. Bennlng,

lUll +IUI"J'lON: ItAIK earth read this: SKVVINtt CLUB Ga., and K. C. Long, and Eugene .-

t, r, Yearly, 'I.T3; ; Six' Months. fl.Oft- In Portland Oregon, where conditions are The ladles of the Brooker Sewing Long: of LaBelle, spent the weekend iiIa r OJ--"How to Win'Friends
similar to hone In hundreds of other American! Club held their seml-montuly with Mrs. Long and Betty : .

l cities, a fl't>e-born American citizen answered the meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Ann Long. end Influence People." '
} and Entered as Dax+- !
hbU..aled. Wet>kly on Friday
call for men to man a new freighter going into home of Mrs. A, L Green, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy

k '* .M! Class i/f otter at the Poet Office at Stark iris.ly the transport service. He had waited around for The living room where the and son, Dudley, of Hampton and

some days before the ship was ready and whenit guests assembled was beautifully Mrs. Charles Hardy, Si', of

Bombing Japan No "Cinch" came time to lgn up was about out of money.He decorated with baskets and bowlsof Gainesville, were visiting Mr and
l board'\ spring flowers.During Mrs. Eldon Hardy Sunday afternoon -
then found that before he could go on
( the business hour the YOU CAN'T DO IT ALL
air raids on the principal .
The daring daylight all a seaman he had to pay the labor union about plans con-
ladles made further
?I ,' Japanese cities brought new hope,, new resolve, to $15.00.: He didn't have the money. Fortunatelyhe cerning the quilt they are to give The many friends of Mrs Frank Do you know when not to do your own '

all the United Nation For the first time, the found a friend who loaned It to him. i away at a later date and plans Feagle regret to learn she Is a sounds like a nitwit question, but it isn't. It thinkine'has nT' !

war has been taken straight borne to the heart of Words are Inadequate to express one's opinionof to buy equipment! for the kitchenof patient in the Alachua County posed by Professor Edward L. Thorndike of been

,W' t the enemy. The Japanese people have at last had such a condition. Here Is a situation where an the civic center. Hospital in Gainesville. Every ..le8e, a part of Columbia university, New York Teachers'
fl the one wishes her a speedy recovery. ,
of what death and destruction the social hour Mrs.
taste During
d a American citizen can't get a job on an American Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof I Here is his answer:' "Don't do your own
1 prt Idea la like. And, vitally Important, these raids Green served tempting sandwichesand thinkingr
American-made American
ship carrying supplies
Gainesville were visiting Mr. you can hire a wiser person to do it for you!
Iced tea to her guests
ar a are the fore-runners of great things to come.weak- armed forces that are fighting to preserve this and Mrs. N. C Mott Sunday.' That is the very bedrock of success. It is almost I,

t Many experts are convinced that Japan's ,nation, until he payo tribute t o private labor CHICKEN SUPPERIS Mrs. E. Lewis and daughter: sible, in this complicated age, for one person to

I1, t eat point i hi her Industrial areas. They are concentrated bosHea. If the closed shop can tie our country up GREAT SUCCESS; Agnes, and Mlaa Mandy Mott of situation by himself. He must have help; mash

I in a relatively small number of locali- In this manner, what personal liberty have we to Many compliments and praiseto Starke were visiting Mr and his efforts with others. "weeonOne

ties. Her cities' suburbs are spotted with vital boast about the large crowd who attendedthe Mrs. Hershel Layfleld and son, of the secrets of the amazing

kJ rr aircraft, munitions and other war plants. Out of In a free country, a man should have the rightto chicken supper and helped Darrell and Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Carnegie was his willingness to hire men success who of And:

ti thorn plants come the aupplles which make it possible join a labor union if he so desires, and he make that It it will a great be the success last ,for so great some _tin_on? Sundav.___.__ than himself. In fact he said he didn't want were M 1._SIIIa_.:

IT/ for her to maintain her ever-lengthening lines should have the right not to join If he HO desires. time. The ladles of the com- Mrs L. O. Hazen Mrs. Hershel ated with anyone who o was not smarter-----U.'U"than himself
of conquest Out of her shipyards come the ships Layfield, Miss Juanita Feagle and !!
t I Certainly no private organization should have the munity have been striving to he very nearly did that very thing. He gathered
r 4 to replace the vessels sunk or put out of actionby power to deny a man the right to work In a war raise funds for quite some time, Miss Minnie Lou Hazen were him a board of business brains that made am

I United Nations' warcraft. Destroy a large part effort, until that man can first pay It a cash hut once again they have raised shopping In Gainesville Thursday. industrial history.Sir financial '

u of these industrial Im..taJllltiona-.and. Japan's capacity tribute. How long the rank and file of American money for the completion of the Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry and Henri Deterding started as a

i:t 7, ; to wage war and to consolidate her victories citizens will put up with such a conditoin remainsto civic center and. still have moneyIn Mrs. Eldon Hardy were shoppingin land, and flamed across an empire of bookkeeper oil like in ]
Jd I will be ended. the treasury Gainesville Monday.Mrs. a met
be seen.Uon'l
shooting across the October sky., He founded
t k At the same time, there la considerable misunderstanding They wish to thank everyonefor Jimmy Endicott and son the ]R
Dutch Shell
In this country as to Japan's vulnerability helping make the supper a of Starke were visiting her par Petroleum company, and made million.;)

i to Incendiary attacks. Many! people believe Forget The Election success so that now the Brooker ents. Mr and Mrs. E. .J, Lewis just like Rockefeller did in this country. When he L
f' citizens may proudly say "We Saturday. his company had 38,000 employees. was looked
cities consist of but
li i that Japanese nothing Atlhough we have a war of survival on our too, have a civic center," not fora Mrs. J. W. Kelley and Mrs. genius; he was given a title by England. 1

M' tiny paper and wooden homes and buildings which hands, although we are busier than fiver beforeIn few, but for everyone to use at Frank Polk were shopping in Now what do you think this colossus of oil said? "I J
? would burst Into flame at the touch of a match.
r our lives, although we have more things to anytime he wishes whether it be Gainesville Saturday afternoon. early in my career that one man cannot do all the thiaH
'; That Is true of many Japanese residential areas.It worry over, and more to occupy our minds and society or bushiest 0 W. Barry attended the live for a company; so I established the principle of

i r Is definitely not true of her Industrial plants. time than we have had In years, the fact remains SOCIETY NOTESMr stock sale In Lake City Tuesday.THERESSA myself with men who knew more than I did. I surround
They are as well built as any In this country. They gavel!
that there Is an election next Tuesday and
and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and authority and then acted on their decisions. It
are made of steel and concrete, precisely as ours, It Is our duty, as American citizens, to vote. son of Hampton Lake were visiting I was reasonably successful. proved i

and they were built with an eye to the possibility Old timers are unanimously agreed that there his patents, Mr and Mrs. By Airs. H. D. May Reasonably successful! I'll say he was. He
of attack from the air. And they are protectedwith is less Interest less talk less wash,
concern M. M. Hazen, Sunday afternoon niflcently, triumphantly successful. And
concentrations of anti-aircraft Mrs. H. D. May and Mrs. R. much oHti
r n't heavy and the primaries this year than ever before. The Mrs. James Canon and children, Hamilton of Dallas, Texas, were due to the fact that he did not try to do all his own think

t fighter planes.On war and general business activity are given credit Jackie Ann and Jimmy, were In Starke on business last Wed. Alfred C. Fuller told me that he had six men inhitl

} #+ top of that It is probable that no people for the strange phenomena and politicians are worried visiting her slater, Mrs. Joe Be- nesday.Mr. ganization to work out problems that were beyond him I

ail on earth are better schooled In fire defense than over the fact that there is not vllle, and family in Gainesville
even enough and Mrs. I",. G. Sibley of said, "When I find a man who knows more than I dojl I
k 'Y the Japanese. For many years, the government political talk to guide them in judging which way Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Florahome were visiting Mr. and to hook up with him. I find it pays in the long run",
Earl Green
tM"i', lies made this kind of Instruction obligatory, and the wind is blowing. Consequently what the outcome I were Mrs. E. S. Sibley last week-end. Indeed it does!
visiting her sister Mrs. Mel Vick-
J+" M'1' very elaborate preparations have been made to will be on May 5 is anybody's guess. ery who Is a patient in the Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thomasonof One of the weaknesses of Abraham Lincoln was his I

prevent conflagrations. Tremendous sums have However, there are some very Important positions Alachua County Hospital in Jacksonville spent Sunday with I ability to judge men. It caused him untold misery!

}1 f it been spent for fire-flghting equipment. Japan has to be fUled and it Is the duty of every conscientious Gainesville Mrs. Thomason's parents, Mr. and claimed lives that otherwise would not have been I ;

had many great fires in the past, the bulk of them American citizen to exercise his right to MrS and Mrs. J. W. Conerlyand Mrs. R. M. Hersey. prolonged the Civil war.

cauHed by earthquakes, and the experience gained the ballot In war time as well as in peace. children of Wauchula are weeks Mrs.with J. J.her Zeigler, spent Lester several So don't try to do all your own thinking. Hire some
n r has been aggressively put to visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. son Zelg-
use.tr' W. Barry who is wiser than to do for
ler, and slater, Mrs. Paul In Miami you you. It paid Andrew C
To materially harm the Japanese war effort, G. and family. and negie. It paid Rockefeller. It Alfred
O. P. Isolationists Up A returned home Saturday paid Fuller. Iti
StumpThe Mr
therefore, will be a hard, slow and costly job. It Mrs. H. Sutton of with
6r Starke Mrs. Paul, who is going to ,pay you.
will require tremendous numbers of major bombers recent Republican pow-wow In Chicago Mrs. were visiting Mr. and spend the summer. We welcome
C. C. Dees
and vast amounts of high explosive and Incendiary seems to have Included a desperate, and somewhat and children Sunday Mrs. Paul to our community. Cove Friday night.W. Elizabeth.

:,4 bomb It Is likely that the first Allied ludicrous, challenge that "now Is the time for all Mr. and :Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler W. Packham and Clyde Hall Mr. and Mrs Clatidil

1 raids were In the nature of "feelers," to give an good men (and women) to come to the aid of Starke were visiting friends and children spent Sunday with and son, Rodney, were in Gaines- Starke
; and 24
April JeIIJ
Idea of what can be done in the future. their party." relatives here Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. ville last Monday visiting the
Saturday. 'I is livestock market. Mr. and Mrs. H, S, No( ,
Everybody invited to Christian (
They are considered by many to mark the Unfortunate Mr and Mrs.
Republican candidates Henry Kirby of
who have
Endeavor Mr, and Mrs Lake Butler, April 21, boy
Sunday. of
Guy Sullivan
beginning of the Lacrosse
gigantic Pacific offensive which to face the were visiting Mr. and
voters this Fall are trying to avoid Mrs. H. D. is Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Charlie .
I n4)) General MucArthur has promised. It Is Mrs. Frank Feagle Sunday.Mr. May visiting her spent Sunday with (
lk, that In time, likely being called "Isolationists. The situation puts a and Mrs. Rhoden and Mrs. daughter, Wilma and son, Roscoe, Mr and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. April 23, Lawtey, girl,
I especially
.I be made aggressive attempts will good many of them in a hole; but they succeeded, Bill Rhoden of Starke in Washington, D. C. Charlaln.Mr. .
to were visit-
destroy Japanese hydro-electric instal at least, in laying out a workable We are to hear thatD.
lations in the program at the Ing Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin very sorry Recent Births and Mrs. JackS
11 mountains. She has no coal, and W. Moore is
BO Chicago gathering. and family Sunday. in the hospital In tough ton. Highland, April
ti developed her water resources to the limit. Many Republican leaders are struggling with Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hough Jacksonville. Hope he will soon Mr. and Mrs. Ocle Ola Williams,

i P i ( r is A series of dams provide practically all of the confusing Issues and troubled consciences. President !spent Sunday 1%Orlando. be home again. Starke, April 20, boy, James Ocie. girl.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Allen )
r energy which motivates her Industries. Japan has Roosevelt and Mr. and Mrs.. George Packham and Mlsw Mr. and Mrs .E. M.
Mr. Willkle are pretty close Raymond Crews, Beard, and Starke, April 26, girl! |
4 hlfi } used the airplane to good advantage-but she Is together In thetr war-opinions, which leaves Republican Miss Marjorie Sue Crews and I Hazel Packham were In Green Lawtey, April 19, girl Eleanor May

r e finding that It Is a two-edged weapon. candidates facing a hard, uphill fight. Miss Cleo Barry of Jacksonvillewere

visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. '!! '

,}t AROUND LAW T E Tampa Barry Sanford Sunday.with Ritch Mr and spent Mrs.Sunday Artford In ,t".h. # around

I ffl FREE

:' 'f': R. Carradine Y Rltch Brown and and son son, ,Gene Buster., returned Mrs. ;,1. ....& Stop FUELING !

; home with him after a visit_____ in on "':" Help Win the War
1 Tampa.Mr nd \
TUB CLINIC FINANCE: COMMITTEE: and Mrs. Mac Collins to Lewis
The and gas winning
berry market dollars
was the
Ten for
Our Lawtey Clinic Is GETS TIlE MONEY children were Florida, $1 IO
almost recent
stronger the latter part of last guests of ? Street, JadtllOr\vi Aril, '7.
week with some indications that ready. Dr., Ford was over and Our hats are off to the Finance Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey and slogan for the week ending ,uelg..
handled several patients family. a to Coatesto
t' the season was drawing to a clone afternoon. Tuesday committee appointed at last < ",gall your slogan ,
The gaeksonrills
: Y this official hours for Mr and
week. Wednesday found It ,- week's defense Mrs. Ivan Hazen of Box 1772,
the council
300 crates sold at prices from 3. receiving of patients will be meeting. Jacksonville spent the week-end
.3? 25! to $4 00, while Thursday saw Tuesday of each week between This committee was created for 1J: ;. ?jrl FIEVERY

an even better market with 1,400 U the found hours of'2 and 4 P. M. If it i the purpose of raising funds to hand we can go to work. While, ,r 4 WEEKIHere's
crates to be necessary, addi fro are not :
selling at $3.40 to $4.75.: complete the equipping of the openly soliciting do-
Friday the market was lower with time will be given the first aid station and the Lawtey latlons, the fact remains that ap

1.200 crates selling $2.75: to $3.25.: come clinic. in.Now In here last is where you Clinic. They were Instructed to proximately $150 'will have to be a Contest that's Sweeping the Town!
week's raised
market showed an increase column get the money. It made ,no difference defray the cost of equip-
t in price as well as In we advised that this clinic waa how it was obtained-but 'nent for the station and to pay ;t f azg,
crates with 1,500 crates being thrown into our laps for get the 01' an air raid system If
: selling at money! Three days latera you 1
,t: i $3.25: to $4.00. :Monday and Tues. Is the asking. The city of Lawtey fish supper was planned, cook- 'eel so inclined, please make your a SlOGANEEJH

day found l.SOO and 1,000 crates bill.paying the rent and the light ed, served and eaten to the tune hecks payable to Mrs. Lonnie ; you tjm
respectively We need paint, a few hours of JTutch, chairman of i Are .it
1'' selling at $2.00 to of $21 69 profit. Pretty neat on the finance ,: 'J<,
s dr ,$2.50.,averaging ,$2.3e ch day. carpenter work'and a water short notice. Lawtey may be :ommlttee, thanks. :.f") i
There I is, ,every Indication that faucet of any kind. An old bathroom small, but when <1.'fIJi. Wherever friendly folks.
'f something has
berries will bring this, sort of faucet laying: around your to be done there is no place In I: ..lev. : METHODIST 'k.. ;;, gather, you're pretty sure to see

h; price for another, week or more. drug garage store.will do. Bring It to the the world that can get It done Church II. nazzard.School Pastor \;y4 : them busy "sloganeering! Get \'
Come in and give us 10:30: A. :U.
lti Mrs. Chas. Howe, of Jacksonville a little free labor. We don't want quicker than this and little more satisfactorily Morning Worship 11:30: A. M. 'f'y'rJ." in .on this fun yourself. Think l'
; was' In Lawtey last week 'any We money, (unless you Insist). continued cooperation town.of With our committees the- ie.Sermon" : "In Remembrance of '''1.:", It I "'' up some slogans like the one .
visiting relatives. need
cot some> painting done, a as well as our entire -r t i: featured in this ad and send wlJr
., We are advised that little Cole. or a chair. A sofa or a bench Evening Worship 8 P. M.
;: ;c ''w- man Phillips, young son of Mr. for the reception room. first citizenry aid, hospital we will and have a a defense clinic, Subject: "Many Saved." /t. them along! Just follow the

CA and Mrs. O. J. Phillip, Is re- Anything that you have that system we can rightfully be proud tEGISTEB FOB SUGAR simple rules below.

+ St.covering Vincent's.from an operation at you can spare without depriving of. Our sincere gratitude to all Registration hof men between ':j' Vii? You'll find tangy, zestful:
This young man has yoursefl will be greatly appreciated who participated. Let's he
have of
1 been more ages 44 and 69 was com JAX Beer a
seriously 111
for used to .
sometime advantage. Mrs. suppers. pelled -
early this
and we are happy to know that Blanche Edwards and Mrs. Jewell I 'aliening for c week. Sugar for your own "Sloganeer
F he is now on the road Roberts are in NEW Ill'S SERVICE scores and restau- '
b to recovery. charge of the furnishings ants also being' bandied at 4 ingParties"Smoothmel- r
J Mrs. Frances Parker of Jack of the clinic. Help them, For the civilian workers a t tame time. the low I -
,. sonville, was visiting In Lawtey won't you please Dlandlng, living In the Lawtey vicinity 'ate consumers of pri- ,t good, RULES '
: sugar will take the Famous
over the week-end as the :: lace ., .. Drink of 1 You many
-ruei n 0 nf-- Pvt. W. O. next went a -.inor... .a- e may send in as
McDonald ---- ---- -- '-" ,
i a t Miaa Adel Dinklns. to Langley Field returned The Orange Motor Lines has lay 4th through the 7th. Better.7' Friendship since 1914 entries each week a*you want
Newport News
W. IL Edwards of Jacksonville Va., this week after several days, ida secured the right from the Flor >e sure to register or you may xr s?;,; .t' has 'Won and held its 2 Each entry must be accompanied

'r was In Lawtey Sunday. visit with his parents, Mr. and Motor Lines Corporation, to lave to drink sugarless coffee place: in the affectionsof by a label or reasonablefacsimile
Mrs. M. B. Plummer Mrs. J. B. operate a schedule from Lawtey 'or a long time. Registration from bottle
and small McDonald. This any size
boy to Bland
daughter, Barbara Ann, loft Fri- really looks like a poldler to us- at 7:00 Ing dally, leaving Lawtey > at Lawtey School for those In ( / who knowand of JAX Beer, Ale, or Stout.

day for Orlando to be with Mr. six feet one Inch tall and 100 the :afternoon.A. M. and This returning In .awtey vicinity Qtr love good beer.. Start 3 The slogan must be original 1

are Plummer told that who has he ben is 111. We pound soldier of man. The beat to you, for those going to Blinding service only.Is Mrs. S. D. Phillips and Miss! J+ your "Sloganeering" with you. Any slogans now in

rapidly. Improving No fares will be accepted for Sara Barefoot of Starke were 4-' ,. with JAX today! use will be rejected.
r Cpl. and Mrs. Tony Klnnoman points nearer than Blanding from : nailing in Larftey Sunday. 4 Neatness and originality count;

u Adrian Covington, son of Mr. of Camp funding and Coleman, Lawtey. A. M. (Bug) Lewis was in Law- d wt dill Brewiit Coniaiy but no special credit will be giv

and Mrs. W. E. Covington, returned Texas left for home t o spend ey Sunday. He Is employed in 1" l w,..ru.lr""a Jacksoivillo en to large or elaborate dmphBEER )"-
to Mobile this Cpl. Klnnaman's FIRST AID STATIONThe Florida
lie la I furlough with Tampa on a e must be
"k government con- 5 for this week
employed at the Gulf Shipbuilding relatives. They will Lawtey First Aid station leon efi
p+ t y .. Company. tolrliia shortly. return to I the move. A complete order ,ruction heir project. Mrs. Lewis and ; po'tmarlfd no later than 12,00
t eon Alvin Marine
t Jr.Will
14 Mrs. O. Z. Lee of Jacksonville, Mrs C. C. Carlisle, of Dallas of medical supplies, I n eluding accompany Mr. Lewis back midnight: May 1.
Q Texas bandages, etc. and to 6 All slogan become the propertyof
formerly Miss Blanche Burney, left Monday morning for some minor Tampa and will remain with him
was in Lawtey this week attend her home after several weeks surgical Instruments. Is on hand. mill the termination of his A the JAX Brewing Company'

IDa: the funeral of her grand here with her ion and daughter. Our committees are functioning ployment there. While em- 'rr % whether they win or not.

q, father, the late Henry R. Sapp. in-law, Lt. and Mrs. Ivan Carlisle unselfishly and efficiently and we sappy In knowing these folks we are are 7 In cue of ties;duplicate pn
Accompanying Mrs. Lee Uncle Jeff have every reason to believe will be awarded.
was her Roberts U spending that engaged In the defense effort It I
3 soother, Mrs. F;. E. Burney, her several weeks a t Jacksonville both men's and women's wards sal be a pleasure to welcome f The decision of the j jllJgCl

brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Beach with his son, Dr. E. H. will, be complete by the end oi hem back to Lawtey. Mrs Lewis isfinaL
+ t Mrs. Van Ourney. all of Roberta next week. It so happens '
Jackson that
+ the school las been In charge of our first aid $ Tbeco.ntcatiaopen to every one
r YUle Mrs Geo. M c M 11 Ian of J. teachers comprise the hospital
II. Tatum Pc
.h4 of DoLand was also acted In the over 21 years of age esc
Gainesville, formerly Hiss Dori, In Lawtey Thursday of (last week and greater part of our committee i :apathy of treasurer. She will employees of the JAX Brewing
rc t Barney, and another brother, Pete visiting his I they are busy this week, and :e succeeded .
daughter, Mrs. G. W. moot of next by Mrs. Hal Edwards Co., its advertising agency.and
Burney. of with
Daytona jBeach. Roberta. tratlon. But sugar regis for the duration of her members of their ....".."*.
that (is off stay in Tampa.

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past two weeks. She was accompanied -- children and Mrs Randolph 1 I r I'

Ithis Carefully Before Voting home by her grandmother, by were guests of Mr and t I t
Mrs. S. E. Jones, who will be the Henry Curler in Maxvillp

guest of relatives! In the Magic Mrs Randolph Cronby e' 1

City for several! weeks' ., to spend some time I with
Lard Time Kiod W. Klllaof Gainesville was mother.A .

] Used visiting friend here one day lust large number from this by'H

Be SAMPLE PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT w..ek.Mr.. tlon attended the funeral of ..
Polls and Mrs. E. I). Jones and
)pen Sapp at Klngsley Lake Wedne.day '
MUll Mamie
Hall attended churchat
of last week.
right the f
Christian church \
a'' in Starke Mrs. Clco Canon of
Got that will be handedI Sunday.Mrs. Green U spending some time I "
I Democratic Y. Blanch McKinney: Mrs. t tI
I m the first May 5th 1942 < \ Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews.
to be held next t Louise Varnea and daughter. I 4,
election Frances were In Starke on business i iI

May 5. Study it care- Precinct Number __ Bradford County Saturday PINE LEVEL I I Ii
familiar ,
ycu will be Ity Mtn. II.1.. M<'tU*
o "" W. J. Roberson, Joe S. \Vl11ll1mRand i \

le 18 confused aPP* T Vnndvou"emer Instructions: To vote for any candidate make a cross (X) In Miss Gainesville.Mamie\ Hall spent Friday funeral Mrs of J. her R. Hall sister-in-law' attended, ) I 7

follot boX.candidates. for state office at the right of his name Mr. and Mrs. Buford McKinneyand C. A. Gay at Tampa, April I i

[ will sp Mrs. McKlnney's sister, Miss and wa, accompanied home t f! t
estate Estelle McCullough. spent Saturday -
n all ballots, Just as shown I night: and Sunday in Lake ./ I
fat candidates for countyt For Representative In Congress. For Representative In Legislature I

offices will appear that on they bal- State of Florida at Large: Vote for one: in Butler, Miss with Stella relatives.Powell Their returned cous- From where I sit. ::1 l lI

Sniv C., in Therefore precincts, the ballot Vote for one: GEO. H. INMAN days.home with them to upend a few a e.

elve Tuesday will shown not here coal -, BARNEY J. COHEN Horace Varnes has returned I; I Ibl

I of the names to JAKE P. ROBERTS home after taking a course in tie-
Ely that apply Joe MarshA ;
the XJDC GREEN fenue work in Jacksonville.Mr. k f
precinct, ,
i Time Used and Mrs. Dock Warren and tIT
Standard; EARNEST OVTERSTREET son and Mr. and Mrs. Willis
L election will be conducted of WUdwood Dyal FEW weeks ago I had occasion to he wet people urge proprietors
.Stem Standard Time be- were visiting friends visit some friends of mine In fibrsska. of retail places to conduct theat t
and relatives here
the Legislature designated WALLACE TERVIN Sunday even- properly and to obey the law. They :

d M "Standard Time" forg For County ConuniMloaer Ing. urge consumers te cooperate, and f
polls ami sundown fork District No. 1: Gilbert Brown walt called Friday Nebraska certainly Is a great ask the public generally to report t '

them. This means that Vote for one: to the bedside of his uncle State. I like Nebraska. I like those law violations to the sathorlUes. 'r

Lilt will open at 8 A. M.Jrime. who Is very \Ill In Atlanta Ga. Immense cornfield that seem to They send warnings. to careless retailers -
stretch from horizon horizon.Plenty .
His wife and son, Marvin
T. T. BLACKBURN are and.if conditions are sot
For Representative' In Congress ( of wheatOclds Nebraska, I F
4,300 quall- visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary corrected they take the case op
rre are around Second Congressional District: Wimble, In Lake Butler while he too.) with the authorities. Naturally the f
Ilectors In Bradford County, P. D. REDDISH
Vote for one: Is authorities and the have welromect r
away. public -
\ light vote is expected be- But the thing that interests me "
this added fore In
I of the general lack of In- most about Nebraska right now is ait an .f
JAMES R. BOYD. JR. SUNNY BROOK FARM building respect for law and order.
I In the election this year. the very important social experi-

tty Miss" Amulii Crosby ment the beer people started there .

't Use Saccharin J. G. (JIM) CART Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Prescott several years ago. That program Is now operating f fIn I'

For County Owunlmlonfir: Deer itself Is naturally a beverage many states and with the Nation
of Starke and and
Mr. Mrs. Green
(Substitute ZACH II. DOUGLAS District No. 2i: of moderation. Yet all too at war, brewing industry: 01'r
of New River
Sugar Vote for one: I' Moody Mrs. Arle Brown were guestsof aft often people are inclined to blame gsnlzations cooperate with civil )" 6
T. W. PARSONS JR. beer wrongly for any misconductof and military authorities to assuregood
I warning to Florida homey ernoon. the customer or the proprietorIn conditions in beer outlets h|
L. I
CONNER Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Kelly visited
against the use of aacch- EMORY H. PRICE Mrs. Kelly's brother Henry Harris a place licensed to sell beer around the army camps and naval ;

las a substitute for sugar inIng I stations.
W. MITCH EDWARDS In the Lake City Veterans S
and preserving fruits has Hospital Wednesday Mr. Harris Somehow, to me, that' a mighty ,
HELEN HUNT WEST So, the brewers got together to
[issued by Isabelle S. Thurs- important, public-spirited effort. '
has been In an Atlanta hospital see what they could do about this.
od specialists with the State for the past two years, and has They weren't really responsible for I don't know of anything like it >, p
Demonstration'Department.Iccharin having been tried before. If II
been transferred to Lake ever
their retailers In fact they'renot
a white crystallinelIve for a while. allowed te control retailers. people really help the brewers

of coal tar Is 300 timeseet For Member Board of Public Instruction, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mr. But the brewing Industry workedout with that program they'll be doing L La

as sugar, but it J Is not a For Justice of UM Supreme Court, District'No. li and Mrs. Marcus Conner and Mrs. a plan by which It cooperates great thing for the country. i I ;,'

hydrate and posses no food No. S: Randolph Crosby In Gaines- .
Group Vote for one: were with the public authorities to elimInate
I, and should not ,be used ex- Vote for one: ville Saturday night. bad conditions in the minor

fby doctor's prescription. Miss LORENZO D. GREENJ. Mr. and Mrs. Mills Kelly and ity of places whose conduct would 6ecvui H; I
by' explained today. children of Lake Butler
L. (TOM) SEEKING were reflect on law-abiding,majority.
home demonstration worker guests of Mr. and Mrs J N.

pointed out that most state J. H. MOORE Kelly Sunday afternoon.Mr. ;

1 laws prohibit use of sacch- THEO. TURNBULL. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and No. 38 of a Series C.pyri.ht,19i2' Brming Industry Foundation ,I 'I IWlonjciay.

I In food products because it J. S. NORMANFor I ,

insldered unsafe for general j ''i;
: r

Is Thursby listed sugar, salt,
alum as the three commonly Railroad CusnmisslODCr, ; :
$lJvd.L 1
I food hardeners but she urg- Group No. 11 For Member Board of Public Instruction, : 7no.iJi.lk .

me-makers not to use alum Vote for one: District. No. S: : ,

like it is unnecessary If pick- Vote for one: > ,0 f
Ire made by modern methods
a II Ii
I because it is an adulterant. RAYMOND J. DAVIS O. C. KELLYEUGENE I !

|r and salt are not conaidI -

adulterants In canning fruits' S. MATTHEWS I
vegetables E. J. LEWISCl1ARLES '


fre Need Now .:

Ever Before 5 eta3 w" few I 1 1I

[ Protect Woollens For Democratic Executive Committeewoman d r ) ,

For Railroad Commissioner, Precinct No. 6
"th shortage of woollen goods. Group No. 2: Vote for one: I ,
da homemakers should take ANNUAL .
tour Vote for one:
pains to protect their
lea coats, dresses, and other IDA J. HAGAN j I t..
|es and goods from damage H. M. (HARRY) BURCH !'

fnotlis. J. R. Watson State FLaY B. SULLIVAN ; .

rlment Station entomologistout. JERRY W. ''t
: '

i most destructive of insects WILBUR C. KING _. BLUE RIBBONI
[ attack woollens and other .. j., '. 'I .
\ 9 9i
CI of
animal origin are the R. :L. (BOB) SWEGER!: x' /if ,l- t 9t
of a buff-colored moth ,9t

!II only ..bout'a quarter of t
II in length. The
moth lays
SS on the goods and the i r--
1 i
I from these eggs \. I
: f

for ore putting woollen goods to 1.085: dehydrated and acid- SAMPSON CITYBy I !

r the summer, the homer Quick Treatment free) \\a used to repel the flies andas Mrs. 8. E. Jones

4 do weU to hang them Necessary In War a dressing to aid in healing III
the BUn and beat them to wounds.) Benzol (commercial 90 Mrs. Josle W. Hall had as .
'rill be of any moth eggs that Against Screw Worm percent) applied through a rubber gueats Sunday her son-in-law and I r rI rI j

00 them and then store syringe or oil can into the daughter Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
In a container In which Florida' cattlemen can spare wound after it has been cleaned Thomas, and daughter Ann, of h I

hJorobenzene or napthalene themselves heavy losses and help kills the worms. After a woundis Palatka.Mr. rJ'aCj ,Pw [
been Placed losses of ,cattle raisers I ;
the keep down and treated
entomology cleaned with cotton and Mrs. E. D. Jones and
d About a quarter of 'a In'other states and sections with benzol a cotton plug should Miss Mamie Hall spent Wednes-

!of either at these materials< If they will act promptly to kill be placed in the wound, and pine day afternoon In Gainesville j !
fcleot for an all screw worms as soon as they around it.
average sized tar oil should be placed Mrs. Jack Rose and little dto
Dr. D. A.
show up In their stock. An Infested w o un d should be
e goods should be Sanders, State Experiment Station treated every two or three days daughter Sandra stopped over d, .j r
More ta a out. last week for a few days visit
f COntainer veterinarian, points
which until it heals.
will excludePreventing with relatives en route to their
thus Infestations usually -
them from Screw worm home in Miami from Washington
I their in warm weather GRAHAMBy
eggs on them. A clos become; worse D. C., where they had spent the
per container has been found and spring and summer are Mrs. L C. Smith ,
I&Ustactory for thin seasons when every livestock own- IN'" CIRCUIT COURT, BKADFORB
Cedar pur. on his animal Mrs. L W. Dyal spent the week- COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAle.CRRY. ,
chests are good tot! er should keep an eye Mr. and ,
end with her, parents *
r Such goods not to detect bruises and woundsIn Rob.rt B. Mitchell Plaintiff ".. I
cedar because 'worm fly Mrs Johnnie Lewis in Jackson Ina Mltcbtl. JD .ndaot. CAM No. t
odor, but became which the screw 11"
are bunt tightly: Paradlchlorae might lay Its eggs and already ville.Mr. ORDER OF JTBIJCATION AND
or wounds. Prompt, effici- and Mrs. George O'Neal of NOTICK: TO APPEAR ,
infested I
napthalene a h FLORIDA to' Ina
0 u I d with 8TATB OF
II In the container ent treatment. Dr. Sanders said, Jacksonville spent Saturday Mltcb I ll, whoi rt.hj'nc. I I. Wood- .
fOOde are stored when .Is the only effective way of preventing .Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson. berry Tou T are.nn.required.:,.. to appear on I '

Intl ne and losses and controlling this : Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts of Jun lat.. 142 In the abov. named '
p&r'adJchloro- $1O.- visited Mr. and Court and cauM, wherein plaintiff Attend! :
are &1so ettectln la eonIng pest which baa been causing the State Farm n e km divorce. Bradford County Everybody Is Invited to
to' the nation'slvestock C. B. Roberts Sunday.
silver flab 100,000 damage Mrs. Telegraph shall publish this Orderla
101 for but the beat Mon- ne"t four weekly |MU....
these pea.. wblch ate annuaUy. : Mrs. L. C. Smith returned Witness my hand. and official
eJothJD& Curtains and Smear No. 62, consisting of day from a visit with relatives at ae.l.t (Marke.; FlorUla ,tbU AprilOypIC'lAb'SBAI.V. c

ed COOdIJ and boo4cs 'I.tpyvd.other lamp black": 'tdrkty.ted'roil, and .Valdoeta and Adti;*Gs. ( A.jvThonuiiiAs 1e.1" the peojie.f iriorid..nd Southern Ge r&l. tine 1167

4 be PllwcStr. 'Tbta' P ovr d a'... 'bepso*.'t>_ been 'developed by the Mr. and Mrs.. ADell 'Nonnan Mr.'ofRIalnl' D. Clerk Byron of King.Mid Court.Jacksonville..14 41, 6-U Fla. has given Cohen leathers a rich .p.rl..ce-o. .....,....c.
dUSted of Agriculture visited her parents
n4' the on the books or U.for S.treatment Department of screw worm Infestations and Mrs. Rufus Johnson. Sunday Atty. for Pit. that mokes 0 sole like this possible In the Spring of 1942. It "

entomologist says and .Is highly efficientIn Mrs. A. L. Dryden of Jackson- IJOf! tJIRCriT COCRT HHAPFORD offers Cohen' peak Spring and Summer merchandise assortments .

killing the pests and repelling vilel Mrs.. Leila Refuse and Mrs. COUNTY. FLORIDA. in CHAN.CKHT. and* presents th. opportunity to save and spend wisely, I f..

AUTO PARTS the screw worm files. This Llzsie Dryden of Starke were Robert Melvln Hln mlth.Defendant.Plaintiff: ,'to supply the things you need for your family and your
be obtained from dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. v* Emma Hlsnmlto.
ED remedy may Ca.... No. '''0. home Shoo the first cloyMond.rSee !
CR Tmpra (WE BAVB several veterinary supplyhousesor Harvey Starling Sunday. ORDEROTICE T APPEAR: AND
SIZE), GENERATORS the livestock producer may Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards of
OF :
A.Vn CASH FOB make It on his. tam: Circular E- Daytona Beach and Mrs. Edwardsof mhemlth. whose. reeldenc la Un
8 directions for making It Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. R. known. ,
TRUCKS gives in Times-Union
DITJO'i.Usect IN ANY You are required to appear en Special Sale Edition Sunday's
: and a copy may be obtained from S. Waadln Sunday. June Iat.,1141 In the abov. named
the U. S. Bureau of Entomologyand Mr. and Mrs. :J. W. Kelsey and Court and cauie, wherein plaintiff
Autos Washington of Brooker visited casks divorce. Bradford County ENTIRE STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN r
$25 up Plant Quarantine, little daughter Telegraph shall publish this Order
Dr. C. County agents also can Mr. Kelley's brother-in-law and In nest four weekly !..!....

HASKINS provide directions for making It. sister Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers seal Witness at Mt.'my..., Florida hand and, this official April' MONDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9:00 O'CLOCKBR.DFORD

Benzol and pine tar oil are also Sunday. 5th. 1141.
OF/FICIAlj SEAA..1. Thomas
Lieu PARTS effective In killing screw: worms, Mrs. Florrle McKinney of A. Clerk of Mid rourt. 4-17 4t (-'
of 1'own on ao.ci.u. the veterinarian explained. The Starke visited her mother, Mrs. I W. T. Mao Jacksonville, Florida
pine tar oil (specific gravity 1.063] Annie Ward Thursday.- Atty. for Plf.

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: U. D. C. Will :Meet 'High School Grads Aviation Cadets are paid 175 a New Neon Signs
11 1; .l )i\ SOCIETY and CLUBS month plus subsistence and uni
Now Louis
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. May Qualify forms. Upon completion 01: train- Shafkn,, ? add"

--- D. C., will meet Wednesday afternoon As Aviation OfficersA ing and appointment as Ensign in neon sign to cai. 'Ireel<

Miss i'rettnelHonored Y. W. A. MembersMet Memorial Day at four o'clock at the the U. S. Naval Reserve or Second Camp Blanding I
't under Lieutenant in the U. S, Jewel1I
rt: '; )i's' ,r At Morning Party Monday NightThe Observed SundayAt home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. new plan of recruiting Marine Corps Reserve they will Military HeaUaua'le1....
which high school graduates may
In USO No. 1 Crosby CemeteryAccording As president of the Florida receive $203: a month plus allowances Thompson streets
I thereyt
Y. W. A. met at the home qualify to become aviation officers erected
of a large
Division of United Daughters
< t The reading room of USO No. of Mrs A. E. Lightfoot on Mon- to the usual custom, with the rank of Ensign in ago what
day nlgbt at 8:00: o'clock. the Confederacy Mrs. L. A. Davis High school graduates desiringto "ShafktaArmy :!tote
1 1 waa the scene of a lovely party The devotional and prayer was Memorial Day was observed here has just completed a round of district 'the U. S. Naval Reserve or Sec- enroll In Claps V-5 may obtain Loans." it Wa, 1190 i

v Thursday morning: at 10 o'clock. led by Fannie Silcox and Mrs. A. last Sunday afternoon at Crosby I: meetings; which necessitated ond Lieutenant in the U. S. additional Information at any i the whole from rtes

gyp, The room was colorful and gay E Llghtfoot. Cemetery under the direction of 'visits to the following/ cities: West Marine Corps Reserve, has been Navy Recruiting Station. and the entire Will be
J' with bouquet of roe, sweet pea Certificates awarded to those Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs chapterTila- Palm Beach. Miami. Fort Myers, approved by the Navy Department rre .nrer rennnnnnnc =c,.= )IlgIJ'I
f r U-------------- 0.QCO
who studied! the books "These: torlan of the W. T. Weeks Chapter [Bradenton DeLand.. Madison and c eS

Helpers Things to Remain"the Truth and" were"Fellow givenout U. D. C Jacksonville.. It marks the first time the OUiCK SERVICE AND

; of the center was introduced to during the business session. i The address. was made by Major Mrs. Roy Van Camp who has Navy has offered young men with SATISFACfiJ

th, ,.guesto by Mrs. .W. B. Sewell The subject of the program was I Thomas B. Holland, who is a spent the last three weeks Starke I on n only a secondary education the IS OUR MOTTO
returned to
q Chaplain at Camp Blanding There Bradenton
tl '. 1, who has been serving,as hostess GoodnesH more ,than Negative"
l+ well trained band of soldiers Monday. opportunity to apply for flight I I
was a -
1 r at; the center for the pant few and this topic proved\ to be very
week. Hiss PreRnell.. was piss worthwhile and Interesting.! from Camp Blending who Mrs E. K. Perryman and Mrs. training leading commissioned Short Orders
ented with a lovely .corsage. The eight members present played God Bless America, Faith L. A. Davie attended the district officer status.Recruiting Sandwiches, Cold DrinJu

e + 'Mrs K. O. Duncan and Mr*. were: Mrs. Light foot, Fannie Sll of our Father and Onward meeting of District Number Two, was begun in every And Delicious Home: Made Pies
A.' Z. Adkina served coca cola cox Irene Hazen.. Alice Peterson Christian Soldiers. Two groupsof U. D. C. at the George Washington section of the United States April

't and delightfully arranged trays I Sara Barefoot, Dorothy Alvarez, singers each forming a sex Hotel In Jacksonville last 27. Candidates between their

r {. 1 of hors d' ouvres to around thirty Alice June Hardln and Claudle tette sang several spirituals that Thursday.Mrs. 18th and 27th birthdays who have A 8 A
guest Hazen 'were well received. Major Holland Stephen Brown, whose Los- graduated from high school may LuncheonettC
Delicious refreshments were spoke In praise of the sol band la a captain In the Medical apply. In the Seventh Naval District t

,,1 served by the hostess after the diers of the past and high resolve Corps at Camp.Blundlng. returned they should apply to the
Office Sup p lies. Bradford for victory In the future throughthe
meeting. here Monday after a two Office of Naval Officer Procurement -]
ldi: p County T".papta.' Further nlanu of she V W. A. help- of our God of the Uni weeks' visit to her home in Mill- 805 Langford Building
will be announced later verse In closing he quoted from edgevllle Ga. Miami.
the Bible: "Not by might not by '
Mrs. L. ,A. Davis returned Saturday "The Navy needs men to fly
W. S. C. S. Circles power Lord ,God.but"by At my the spirit close aalth of the the evening from a short visit the finest the fastest, the most mfng Up Soon

I address the band played Americathe with Mrs. J. X*, Medlin of Jack powerful warplanes in the world .
1'1/-- Circles of the Woman's Societyof sonville. She was an honor guestat -the Navy planes that strike ''f

Christian Service of the Methodist Spangled Beautiful Banner.and The Star a dinner party given by Mrs., first strike hardest wherever the MOTHER'S DAY' IS MAY 10TH I

: church will meet Monday Medlin on Friday evening and a foe is found" a Navy Depart-
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the After the exercises the graves
guest at the EppLns/ Forest Gar- ment spoke man said. "The .
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following places: Circle Number of the veterans were decorated, -irrSf
den Party on the DuPont Estate, Navy needs them urgently-now-r-
.'I One will be entertained by Mrs. each with the flag under which he afternoon.
today. It wants men of officer
,, T. J. Griffin and sinter, Mrs. Carrie fought and a bunch of flowers., WE ARE NOW SHOWING MANY
iw ; men who are physically USEFUL GIF
Rltch; Circle Two will meet Burled at Crosby Cemetery are
RobertsSilcoxEngagement fit and mentally alert; men train
with Mrs. A F. Sauls; and Circle 50 Confederate soldiers nine Federal FOR THIS OCCASION
ed to act, to command, to be
:.1/1 Three will meet at the home of six: Spanish-American and 12 Announced leaders."

bWOtr Cnpt. and Mrs. Hlxon at Keystone World War.Intermediate. ,
Heights.LowmanKrown, Mr and Mrs. George! W Rob- Qualified candidates are to be
r'r erts of Lawtey announce the en- sent to one of the new aviation
League gagement and approaching marriage induction centers located at the HoUingsworth and Whitman's Fine Chocolates
Has Hamburger Fry |. of their daughter Patsy Universities o f Iowa Georgia in special decorated boxes ,

Wednesday' night April 22, Miss Lee, to Mr. Vernon Silcox, son of North Carolina and at St. Mary's
Claudia Belle Brown of Hampton, The Intermediate League of the ''Mr.' and Mrs.' D. L. Silcox of College at St Mary's College Perfumes and Colognes
Methodist Church
became the bride of Pvt. Otis enjoyed a hamburger Starke. California-for three to four
fry at the home of Mr\ Beautiful Boxed
Lowman, of Atlanta, Ga. County The marriage will be an event months of training devoted pri-
L. F. Smith
.THOSE EXTRA POINTS Judge J. R. Townsend performedthe IS members Tuesday night The of May 26 and will be solemnizedat marily to toughening them for Highly Perfumed Soaps

Out co..t..I..kiss. powder M I.t ceremony at Lake Butler In games and late In present the evening enjoyed refreshments the Grace Methodist\. Church In their place in the Navy. ...
Foofbdll. Kwnford't ........ co...... .abinw the presence of a few friends. were served. Lawtey. Following this will come three And Many Other Items
t r g .!_<.ipoil<.TOT;.!."b.liac.l. The bride will visit friends In At. months of primary flight training
.1 1 r d.p.od.kq raI.... MquirM *o p.dal lanta for a few days and then Christian at a Naval Reserve Aviation Base ,
t. {1'p. ......._..I IFKfiJI/Nnri..ul_..... go on to Hattleaburg, MI..., to be Sigma Chi Benefit Church
} 47 !feM ............ B.. lU'c.... p.lriot. Writ near her husband who Is stationed Successfully completing this sec-
y' I''ndppp'1 t'N ......1..mfonl B..kjo.Pow...,Boa CSt I Another benefit supper will be Services will be held at the ond phase of their Navy educa- This Weather Calls For
:a.-...., ........ bIaDcLI at Camp Shelby. 'given by the Sigma Delta Chi Christian Church at Starke Sun- tion the candidates will be sent Bathing Trunks and Caps I

I Mrs. Lowman Wile graduated of the Presbyterian and Episcopal day at 11 A. M Subject: "Whygo on to the great Naval Air Stations WE ARE NOW SHOWING A. NICE
from B. H S. In the class of 1942. Churches to Church?" at either Pensacola, Florida ASSOR11IE.OF \
tonight (Friday) at the
ta' ." Episcopal rectory. From 6 to 8 or Corpus: Christ!, Texas for approximately TRUNKS PRICED REASONABLYKoch's

I o'clock supper will be served for STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS three months ad.

50 cents a plate for adults and 15o each-BRADFORD vanced flight training. -
25 cents for children under 12. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Commissions as Ensigns in the
U. S. Naval Reserve or Second

r Lieutenants in the U. S. Marine
r r ri Corps Reserve await the candi-

i Carolyn Callstreet dates course who and successfully win their completethe "Navy Drug

P STARKE a Wings of Gold"Throughout

1 r the entire, training Florida

Well, folk Don't forget to worth) ia threatenin': to advertise period candidates will be paid in .
1 REEK: BEGINNING MAY 8 register for sugar next week! for a better half i Unnentand accordance with their ratings.

r Things are really gettln'- tuff, she prefers a "rich farmer" ,
Sun.. Mon., Tues-May 3, 4, 5
aren't they? Thank goodness Wonder what gave her the Idea ., .
"Honky Tonk" there's no ratlonln' of honey yet, there's any such animal? -- -- 1 ELECT
so it's up to us gals to be sweeter '
I4 c With Clark Gable and Lana Turner than ever an' make up for the Serene Faye -Peterson an' Marcia Theo. T. Turnbull

i r shortage of sugar elsewhere Sparkman jus' can't ro.
Wed., Thu.n., May 6, DOUBLE stay away rA
But sweet or sour the news mus' from the bright.lights of Call St ; i Of Monticello Jefferson County
No. 1 "Juke go onso: let's look around an' fleewhat's Marcia trekked
Box Jenny"With I' to Crescent Justice
i up Hear Ralph Rhodes : City for ,a we kend.with ''Faye Of Supreme Court
Ken Murray and( Harriet Hilliard to leave for
'spects Maxwell Field then both of 'em scurried back liE BELONGS TO FLORlDA-

No. 2-"Private' Snuffy Smith" early next week He's been here for the USO dance Sattiday

With champln at the bit for months night bring In' along a flock of THEO T. TURNBULL ,Is a candidate for Justice of the !Su

!} r' I Bud Duncan and Edgar Kennedy Impatiently waltln on orders to Putnam County lovelies Mar- Court of Florida and Is exceptionally well'fitted for the t
/ take to the air .
Added: "MENACE OF TUG RISING SUN" -; cus an' Florence Brown an' W. T. ,' His qualifications are numerous and v.rled-a thorough Ling dI
Clute report a swellegant time at of
{ three
Spotted an' Jotted: Doc Waln- universities; a general practicing alto
!tl 1 I FrI., Sat.-May 8, 9-DOUBLE FEATURE wrlght behind the wheel of the Rotary, even. !If convention Marcus did in., .lose Hollywood his- for fourteen years counsel for the Florida Railroad Commli

No. 1-"Girl's Town"With Ward's bread truck Junle appetite for turtle soup afterBill represents( shippers Florida in.many cases before the JDt
a Parrlsh'a new hair-do Ver' fished a J l qve of state Commerce Commission and effected savings for total
member the
June Storey And,, Edith 'Fellows beconala';.. ., George Flynn (Jr.) "' spe ,
r cies' ;out of hijfjdfah\ [ '/h'l" Seems hundreds\ cfahouaands-of dollars;,wa a Jaw-maker.formerS;

; t No. 2-"North Of, The Klondike"With ding an' Judy PX ,McRae,. Betty tollln'(Strlngfellow at a Blan-) it wa>. a J jStunj; promote by the .Senator for twelve years, and four years In the Home; and i
hotel management to break r 'active Democrat at twocratlo
present State
being Chairman of
Brod Crawford and Lon Manassa scurryin off to
f Chantey Jr. Camp Ice
at the
Rotary banquet [ Executive
Crowder Mo., to visit George ,Committee.. Perhaps his:.best recommend
y MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY Ambitious small ? Tiny turtle painted ,red. white is: Theo T. Turnbull belongs to Florida he Is and pared J
t MAY 9. 11:30: P. M. fry already em- and blue, was in' part
placed dish
I ployed for the summer months: at each table .' Imagine the soil, the traditions of this great/state-he knows FlorldO b
f the :
URiot'Squaa" Lyle Anderson at Steinberg's consternation!' .. .". Surely admire :Vote For Theo. T. TurnbullHe ,problems, ijieri people. He; Is a native ''son*of Monticello. K &
With Rita Quigley and Richard Cromwell Bobby Biggs at Guy's Market the fortitude 'o f Florence an' < Isn't enough it can be added that his two daughters are F. S.

t Roberts Walter King an' at A & P Patsy Marcus takln' In the Bar Associa Will' App c'lat4l. Your ..W. graduates.and ..hort.> .','a.IJnlverhltyof''Florida graduate I
< Vernon Silcox whose tion an' Rotary Convention And his helpmate the n"
9 all on Miss Pearle Whetstone, |
a4 rt impending merger bas jus' been one trip'Sa 7 '. Support of Florida and her folks pioneers of Gainesville and Al
announced Incidentally the
pulchritudinous Patsy' is wearln'two County.

I Will NOT Vote diamonds One a graduation-one on each gift hand from! Collette. girl, .for. Eleanor Eleanor of an'the Herbert deep- (Paid Political Adv) t AN EDITORIAL IN ORLANDO TIMES,ORLANDO flORID'

Mom, an' the other ... Well.she auburn tresses, Operator at MARCH 6,,.1942. ,

!got It graduation night too v Coca Cola' party Thursday Leila's
For A No-Fence
Law mOrnin' for Jewell Presnell char- I
Hear the Vlnlng-Carpentrr fishIn' mln'' new feminine .Interest at To Keep Our 'Way Of Life ,
M. trip wasn't BO successful (froma YMCAUSOt
.. Margaret
_ 0.f- -, .- --0 piscatorial ) .
standpoint .
fellowan' Lorene.Moncrlef work- Use Your Sacred
Lonnl gave It Right Of Franchise .
upas a bad joban' In' With'r,the" 'NYA at Camp. \
t have heard that reports are being came home early but PowelJ_ Grace an' Dot-I-Green. 'Lll Stern-;

rrr J circulated in the rural areas of the Congrats stuck It out to to the bitter end ; berg' an' Joe Robin formln a \
i county to' the effect'-that I would vote Beasley who'll an' Choppte their congenial aun- oaklne-up party at and .. ,
Daytona Beach ,
for a No Fence law If'elected as representative silver wedding' anniversary come Hazel Brown ((county Sunday agent's k v Hear office 1 ? .' ,c r Born on ghingleC 1 1

to the' ;State next Tuesday .. Too bad about ) will( reach-the 23rd \ # !

4X4'1 from Bradford County.. ...... Legislature' '** Sam Anderson, not' behV able to today and'll celebrate milestone with a : ... VOTES:;. ;f y Osceola County as'was
get home as .soon ,as planned because ., .
party at, her home .in Hampton ,' '. father .
i I wish here and now,. to brand, all airplane. seats are beln Ruby Sllcox., Mae Parker
I such reports utter rationed -, He.caught, a boat Dempsey Sapp an' the,J. R.. Kel- : '
as fa1JJeh' od8.. I, however an' should be In Starke lye took In the rodeo TUESDAY.. ; tys 'Grandfather came

; was born and reared on a farm jn:'Brad, <' ;-J In'time to vote'May 5 Hear Sattlday right; ;, at O'vtlle .' rR

ford County. I know the needs atul a 'e! .> ,d 5 L Joe_ _Arnold L .. .Is_gettln'_ out of. thenorae ;'f Florida in. 1856 frO ]
,,spect. the wishes of, our farmint3k4 op& ;' 1' threatenin'iraoin'to buncos sell the. .beautiful. Even In'-the Sea Grace Wainwright augment- FOR.. o ; ..,Georgia'' .

.' I 'ulation. I faithfully promise ,that if r' Pallmlno that he an' Bob Sat- brunette! staff Martha aj i. Lellt'sTlny Kaiser .. .' '. fi'r'' i< >

elected I will oppose the enactment of terfield have much of late .. .
fs' r a No">Fence law and will work for the beauty emporium makln' friend. r"a a 1
fast ., Husband's In Klssimme{
u best' the .
t interest of our farmers .and live Paul Knight; (reception center. : .Inaln'.oldlerCorph'
stock'men Fort Dix) write $ammy Kaiser Dade County.
tiklr at all times. V of his a vivid account Hear Uncle Benny an' Uncle Bill

Army- life current. .encounter with (Witkovskl Agin) an' L. M.
Sincerely, First two days Barton :caught speckled
were "duck loup"-good food In perch
Crosby Lake
I, plenty of sleep nothln' to do . Tuesday afternoon -

11! J. P. (JAKE) ROBERTS pin'Third dawn"wood an'day.they.however.. .put Fourth Paul"Came to day chop-the he were Uncle Barton so Bill tangled Seems got V up bite that that,- once their-Brother when lines EARNEST OVERSTREET

caught the flan Junior
CANDIDATE FOR scattered fertilizer! Fifth day Woman' Club
REPRESENTATIVE dance tonight bids
-sor -that'. a, far FOR CONGRESSM
as my information fair to be a good old-fashioned N.ATLARGE
STATE LEGISLATURE goes Aunt VIda reunion for lie will serve ALL Florida
Starkeltes From as he did for SIX
In the Legislature
explains that years State
bandage A
on what I vote for
4 ,,4 her left hear everyone' plannln'to Overstreet Is a vote for
BRADFORD foot yourself
COUNTY thusly: "Trimmed go Which and for ALL Florida.
,tyll'1t my toe Instead of my toe nail!" includes of "OVER THE TOP
:Z Abble course ME .. And I hope WITH OVERSTREET"
(Paid Political. Knight
Advertisement) Grill YOU .. So
long See Buy U.
cashier who's you War
faintly reminiscent there. Stamps and Bonds _

of movie actress Allison Skip -Carolyn. (Paid Political Adv.rtl..in.nt)

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1, 1943 BRADFORD

j r BITS of LOCAL NEWS Uncle Sam Is FMC
istt Intereste To Know Mrs. S. P Vandlviere and son ; :Mm L A Davis spent several

What Kind Of Job You're Good At 'Doing Stuart of TallahaxMp, spent the' 'I' days in Jacksonville last, week t I Ii k
reel i a Jackson- Mrs. J. J. Colson Is spending week-end here with her mother and while there was a guest of i ;I
eatery JaCobS. wsF thin week in St. Augustine withE. Kerens Sgt. and Mrs W J. Floyd of Announcing the distribution of with the regular Selective Ser Mrs G. W Alderman. I )Mrs J L. Medlln
Mond8) R. and I occupational questionnaires (Form vice Questionnaire
Poppell family. moved (Form 40)) .
311) to ....
men who registered on which ,
IH r rr
been 111 the sent to all registrants to ... ...
tkriot has home of Mr. and February 14, IS 16,
Mrs A. H. or Brig Gen obtain data
Clarence F Rhoden on which Selective
3v.nllays, return- former Green on N. Walnut St. Vivian Collins, State Director of
?.r City policeman, h a s a position Service classification i" based, the tE tE1e
' yesterday Selective Service, urged that
're, i driving an Orange Lines bus. they General emphasized./
z4tkbe Ke-elect George II..Inman to give careful thought t o their The data obtained through the
Leaton Morgan the office skills experience and
Mrs and Mrs. Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, who has of representative to the aptitudes occupational questionnaire will be
and Mr State' Legislature when filling out these forms
from so forwarded
Mr. been 111 with the flu for several Bradford through State Headquarters
were County May 0. that the best possible use of their
pollet Hall at Cltra days this week, is able to be out. (Adv.) services to the National Router of
Lester A. may be made in the Na Scientific and Specialized Personnel

Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful Mrs. A M. Darby la upending a tlon's war effort. i and to the United States Employment
The questionnaire willlater '
: Tailoring a t Rtarke Blandlng' days In Gainesville with her same Service. It will be used
Ti S SCHEDULE; Tailor, Opposite Park Theatre. son-in-law and daughter, :Mr and be sent to registrants of the by these federal agencies, respectively -
Bortaa0ead" 1:01: A. 111.k' Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones. First and Second Registrations, : t o locate persons whose

k. -___' 9:46 A. M. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Noegelare those who registered o n April ,certain professional and scientific
1:30: P. M. 27th. and registrants of future
k' 1:411: P. M. residing at the home of Mr. Miss Evelyn Hall Is in Norwalk, qualifications and those who haveskills
k' ,8:311: P. M. and Mrs. Chester Wise on Conn., for a month's visit with registrations, the Director said. i or aptitudes In critical or
k' Cherry Its :
6:15 P. M. purpose is an Inventory of the essential I
-- her brother-in-law occupations for the ultimate -
k' 6:60: P. M St. and sister, Mr.and .
1 k. ,- 10:10 P. M. Mrs. Sam Simpson present employment activities of purpose of achieving a more
k. 13:20: P. 111. registrants and of their skills and complete and efficient utilizationof ,.
lee ... Mr. and Mrs. Earl Searing abilities. It
1U ke,"0'0. .', 10:20 3:011:: A.A. M.M. spent Thursday in Jacksonvilleand Mr. and Mr'e, A. W. Bates of with, and is not to no be connection confused war the production Nation's manpower In the j'I

k.ke ,-. 2:20 P. M. enjoyed seeing the Navy Day the State Farm are enjoying a program.
6:20: P. M. short
ke parade. at the Riviera
rk' 41:60 8:10:: P.P. M 10[,.' Hotel near Daytona Beach. Miss Buna Cummings has re- "RAP-A-JAP COCKTAIL" }
r k.Ita.lYov-d. Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Quigley turned to Thomasvllle Ga., to resume -
__ 2:30: A. M. her duties a. nurse In the Marlneland,-An alluring sign in ,
rh week-end in Miss I
spent Winter ,
Madge Middleton
._ 6:6G: A. M. Mm. E. Thomasville
r"rile ,- IV:SO P., M. Garden visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Matthews, Mrs. E. L. :Matthews Hospital. a restaurant here urges patrons'
7.0: P. M. f
A. Scott. and daughter, Mary Agnes, tot:
trp.--d Mrs. W. G. Halle returned Mon-
"- rke ---- '-- : A. 31.tahaeeee spent Monday in Jacksonville. day morning from'' "Try a Rap-a.Jap cocktail-23' Jt'IKJK II. L, (TOM) SKllIttNO
Spial) TIllman Hutto and W. C. Rho- 'Washington, "
rke 13:411 6:10:: P.P. M.Ye 31.he .. den left Sunday for Mobile. Ala., Pvt O. P. Hutto has returned D. C., where she"spent ten days cents.
.-_ 8:2G: P. M. where they will be employed on a to Ft. Bennlng, Ga., after spending l- visiting her son, jack Haile, whoIs When the customer, anticipatinga
N ,k. _,' _Special: P. 111. defense project. a short leave here with his employed there In the FHA department really different drink, places his = I

lIaba80e8 parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. of government work. order he receives:

One jigger of plain water and a'' )).
Mr. and Mrs E. L Matthewsand Mr. and Mrs. F A. Scott and 23-cent: defense stamp. Your Circuit Judge II. I.. (Tom) Sebring
FE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent'
f baby daughter, Mary Agnes the week-end with Mr. Scott's son There have been plenty of surprised wants you to promote him to the Suprem'eCourt f
spent Sunday in Dade City with on May 5th. You know -of his i
Mr. and Mrs Herbert and duugbter-ln-Iaw, Mr and Mrs. customers but not a single ability
AND ECONOMICAL! family. Massey and Wilbur A, Scott, at Winter Gar kick yet, the management re as demonstrated by the fine record he has I s

den. ported. made in the eight, years he has served you as '

RIDE THE BUSSES Beautiful Cleaning Beautiful Circuit Judge. I I ILet's
Mr. and Mrs. Fled F. Stump
Tailoring a t Starke Bland
Tailor. Ing went to Orlando Monday to attend RULED': INDEX C.\ItDS.-axlSI: P
Courteous Correct Information Opposite Park Theatre.
the graduation
night of their Monday Lillian $1 per BRADFORD COUNTY give him the largest vote ever given to
Given You At
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova from the Orange General Hos- a man in the Eighth Judicial Circuit and stow!

UNION BUS STATION and tine spent three' the children week-end of St.with Augus-his morning.pital. They returned Tuesday him our appreciation of the fine service he

mother, Mis. Florence Emma I 0 has rendered us.!

Canova. Pfc. Herbert N. Mall, who joined

Mis. the fighting marines Sept. 30, lie has the unanimous endorsement of the bar
i S. Matthews left Wed Is
) NCRETE MATERIALSDRIVEWAYS visiting his father, contractorObe
nesday to spend a few days' in F. Hall In Starke. He arrived of the Eighth Judicial Circuit. y
Orlando with her son-in-law and moving yi
yesterday and will i
,SIDEWALKS daughter, Qr. and Mrs. H. D. Mc- remain until Sunday when he will

BLOCKS, ,SAND, GRAVEL, Lendon. return to the Marine Barracks at The State of Florida needs a man of his

IE1e ALSO READY MIXED CON New River, N. C. ability in this high office at this! time. .
William Graves
son, William
CRETE. Jr., of Jacksonville have Mr. and Mrs. F._ .\. Scott have
been spending a few days this returned, home after a short visit
_.._,-,- week with Mr. and Mrs T. A. in Orlando and 'Winter Garden, = .

Graves.H. where they went.'to see their son,
Wilbur A. Scott.' 'Who left Wednesday "NEW LIFE"forSpring ,

REPAIRS AND,REMODELING N. Fairbanks, manager of for Florence, S. C., where VOTE FOR
the Florida Power he will be Salvation Aimy-USO : .
e __ ...- .... _...... "'J & Light Co., Director. Y
attended the meeting of the Flor OxfordsGet ..

A. A. ANNIS ida Engineering Society In Tampa JUDGE H. L. (TOM) SEBRING I II
last Friday.Mr. :Major and Mrs T T Long and Out Those Old Spring

General Contractor son, Tom, are expected to arrive Slippers. We'lllake! Them I
and Mrs. Johnny B. Pallet here Monday front Fort Benning, Do For Another Season. ON_ MAY: 5TH:
have moved to New Orleans, La., Ga, and will be tile: houHO-Rues! r' I
to make their home. Before her of Mrs. F. H Long. Major Long's :,
marriage Mrs. Pollet was Miss friends are glad to know that he The Electric Shoe
NAT SEZ: Shirley Morgan. was recently promoted from cap- (Fukl Political advertisement written and paid for by friendsof I

If we are going to win this war tain to the rank of major and Shop H, L. (Tom) Sebring, l lu
we have got to get out of the Re-elect George II. Inman to! that he will spend ten days here Opposite Park Theatre

habit' of letting the other fellow the office of representative to the on a leave of absence. ----- ,
do It all. State Legislature from Bradford
4 t Q An far back aa I can remember County May 5. (Adv.) Re- It"Ct George II. Inman to r',
ti.? Starke ban always had a few men the office of i-epretwnlatUe to the ,
and! women who were right on the Pvt. and Mrs C.ady Sellers of State Legislature from' Bradford AS A FRIEND TO THE SCHOOLSOF i

. Job when duty called. They are Snyder, Texas have recently moved County May ft. (Adv.) ,
till on the Job, but the Job In getting to Starke where Pvt. Sellers BRADFORD COUNTY t
too big for taut a few, they Is stationed at Camp Blanding. Mrs. T. R. Sweat of Gainesvilleand ,

need your help. Mrs. Sellers Is employed at son, Wilson T. Sweat, o f t
Let's all'pitch In and do our part; Green's Store. Memphis; Tenn., were here Satur- ELECT v? '.., t ;
cause If don't I'm feared It'll and for
we ,day evening stopped a
be slavery time down South William S. Koch, son of Mr. I short visit! with Misses Olive and '
again and the slaves..-wont,all be and Mrs. Louis W. Koch,. who is In Amelia Ray. When the Sweat Lorenzo D Green ,
black.: the Army' Air Corps, has been 0 family'lived in' Starke and Wilson ,
sent to Cartstrom Field at his went to school in the flrsC' grade I;
hometown of ',Ar adla for his primary Miss"Olive Ray was !bJa{ teacher. FOR MEMBER! \ OF BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION t

I HELPS E L CARRY ,'!) 'OUTHROUGH : training., During'th an, aviator World in (FranCe War' I,.' Wilsonwas \ DISTRICT NUMBER, ONE, NORTH STARKE AND LAWTEY : a i ;

'Lt. A, C. Long, lIOn of Judge '
and' Mrs. A- V' Long of, Gainesville 'Mr.. Lax Green has an unusual : i'l i'li. I
THE DAY wd here'Saturday' visitinghis flower''garden.. Her yard man i. I
grandmother, Mrs., S, E. calls it a "rock garden." He ,- As Chairman of the local Hoard -Trustees of Bradford I I
Brownlee, and his uncle and aunt, brought rich'soil from a' fertile /
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Lt. ditch, plied It around the roots,of High School, ,for the past twelve years, I believe I am 'I""

Long Is In the U., S. Navy. two large 'oak tree just,In front r'
of the Green home and planted it fully qualified. to represent the people of, my district. .

full of petunias. It will soon be a Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated
I 'thing of beauty and a joy for tl

rlockev TO THEVOTERS ever l lf l

Mr. and Mrs. :Milton St. Peter Pal i Political Advertisement/ ) i iI i
and .family and Mrs. St. Peter's J iJ
OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 sister, Miss Beryl Holland, moved i
this week from 225 Park Place to
e/ocAeii (Lawtey & North Starke) the residence just vacated by Mr: !

MIDWAY r and Mrs. Louts WI'Koch and Mr. Buy Them While They Last 1
and Mrs. Paul Htfdgln a t 314 ,
Temple A"enueJ'ln Peter Is ,

School Board member In January ding, Mrs., St. Peter Is secretaryIn
1941 $24.839.21 ha been the office of the: principal of I
B.: H. S., and Miss Holland is an The Government has curtail,4{
paid on old obligation of the
hoc>> ,UPj employe at Camp Blanding.Mr. '" .
Board (or $:l.19 'per capita) a. ed the manufacture, of inner" ue ,t espring'mallreteses. ,.

per Auditor' report No. 249 as and Mrs. E.WHayes, Jr.. After our '' !
,Buy, ,active Joys demand real .he-man of June 30, 1M1 la addition to spent the week-end hili. y t ;

underwear.. Jockey ghre' 'you nniscjulin,, this amount. $8,823.44 baa beea father, Tax Collector E. W. present, .stock is gone it Is impossible .. ,
Mr. Hayes: who Was In
Support freedom. from bulk and bInd. paid toward a total Indebtedness Hayes. for to tell when we cant
the U. S. Army' a year, receiving
and. prevent! ,squirming; Knit fabric of $17.164.10 Included In his discharge at Fort Bennlnl' buy anymore. N. '" ;
absorbs and evaporates'perspiration.G .t: the 1941-42 budget. We have ,- Ga., as a'2nd lieutenantlast .fI,
every reason to believe that an Thanksgiving has been called 0' i
t Jockey Contoured Shirts to'match of the old IndebtodneiM will be back Into the armed forces, and Buy Now! Y

odsteot, .d zed Manufatww/ COOK** 30 1942. will be In a Coastal Defense schoolat ,
paid off by June ,
Camp Tyson, ,Tenn. .Since'leaving
e. / the service last November he WE HAVE THEM "h
With this record, I -peet- ,
has been at his borne' la Jackson '
fully auk re-elect to this office ville. ," PRICED AT y'r

S. at the Democratic Frtrsiry :

r6'e tho d..r J. May S. War Bond. ,Pledges' $24.50 $x?.So \ .
...........tot..:kz 0
our .indowrl' I Vote ForJ. According to ,S.. A. ,Weldon $37-50 $39 50"ITS y'

county chairman of the War bond
and stamp committee, $''0,000 annually -
JaRayera.an rtfaearRtirfternbergs \ NORMAN has been pledged to date A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"

For School Board Member to help win the war against the

District One Axis powers Evidently ,however, John H. Denmark Furniture Co. r
a little checktng-up has been done,

(Paid Political A4vortJ.ement) since h e also reported that a
very small percent of the pro

--- rata amount: had been paid In.





t \Y
'"' 1 I mud without chains is another. Sixty

I,);; \ f New River Farmers Go All-Out COMMON RURAL SENSE. 6. Will Parasite Check Control Underlnflatlon and fabric damages in the tire both, rubber -I i but whose who day homE had ag been 8! I.1r vac

Jj Rubber tubing In milking: ma- vicinity
.AMERICA MUST PRODUCETo Fowl ParalysisThe was n
i" n
; For Increased Chicken ProductioiBy chines will last longer too, if kept money, and Ail H *

win this war, America must first rule In the preventionof clean. After every cleaning: the the te<<

I produce more and faster than she fowl paralysis is the control of tubes should be hung up to drain let him rot"1, 1
Red Kerce Pos
I r has ever produced before. Intestinal parasites coccldla and dry. Experienced dairymen trailer jr _

} New River, April -Poultry Her industrial assembly lines. common round worms, and tape know that if the tubing is keptin Job out In rexarlrg

1 1 raiders In thin community, away have got to produce thousands of worms, according to Dr. M. W. a sterilizing solution when the this week ,en7irr, ,

+I from a central highway and only aeroplanes and 'guns and tanks, Emmel, :State; Experiment Station milking machine is not in opera- from thel'eFREE fall'

}s s'V' a flagtop on the G. S. &. F. railway millions of, shells and rounds of,' poultry veterinarian. Neither tion the solution should not be

+s, ? : line, have mobilized in! an { 4, ammunition. rand millions of tons drugs, tonics, medicines, vaccines, so strong that it will disinter Office SupT

i ,1 all-out effort to produce more of phlps. bacterlns nor special feeds have grate the rubber.Another County Telegraph

+ ; chickens and eggs for the national r,+ Her farm must produce more been effective in either preventingor

defense drive. tisrr food and other agricultural products curing this disease. The disease Honest Man If
than bel"'farmers have ever causes 20 percent of the r
r l About a dozen poultrymen have y I youpoiiudNaiu
( 4t ''t s+:t been operating In the New River dreamed of before. poultry looses' in this state. Obe Hall contractor was over- Ulc.ra

section from three to fifteen year America must produce goods Exclude visitors from poultry Joyed Tuesday b y receiving a Bfoat1ng,Ca.. eertb,

in the part, but with the plea for I and weapons and food and ships premises Dr. Emmel recommends. I registered letter containing $141., ..,ret a free ..,

the nation to produce, more poultry not only for her own people but Keep the brooder house clean, 50 to cover the amount of a and a area '-nip!,

ft and eggs, they've Increased for many other countries of the dry, and ventilated. avoid over- mortgage he bel I d on a trailer. CARPENTER'S Int..tlnr

R'' 'yJ 1, g production! lust ,a little all that world, besides. Russia is America's crowding and overheating, and ".,...,.....,.-.......---.... ..... .... ....--,----- Ditto
way around for 1942. ally and Russia's great agricultural get the chicks outdoors early. cacac =cauuuuuuuuuuuucacac. n JCJCJHWJC
'' : region, tbe Ukraine, is Provide chicks with an adequate
Millard I* John, for eight t FUNERAL DIRECTOR
largely In the hands of the Axis
well-balanced diet and clean freshwater
New River's and
years postmaster My Many Years Experience Makes It
forces. There will be no wheat Possible for ,
v he says. 5k .
general store owner possibly
for Russians COURTEOUS
from the Ukraine
; ; one of the mottt experienced poul .l M1A Special care should be takento SKRv!
I h .rM until Russia regains this terri- -r MODERATE
r'f, trymen In this 'section. For "'lx- t s+P brood chicks' as far away from PRICES _

+ teen years be baa grown a few tory and plants a crop. mature birds as possible and to DeWITT C. JONES

baby chicks for layers and fry- England'end China are produc- rear them on clean grass range Starke, Florida

: i ers Now he ban uteppod up production ing as much as they can of industrial that has not been occupied by .

l In keeping with the times, and agricultural products, hens the year before.
but war has reduced their outputto
i ,. AH Modern Convenience Fowl
+ Mlllard l. Johns taken great pride in his 1,000-chlck brooder the point '''where they cannot paralysis investigations w. T. cLuraREALTOR"F.
Mr. built
d V Just recently John a conducted for several years at
-Fyei', 1Y very adequate but economically IIOIIHO, constructed at a coot of $102.18. produce enough, for themselvos. I the Experiment Station have H. A. LOANS

I. constructed brooder house; the Australia 19 becoming an armed shown that the disease,is caused We want the
camp to fight off the Japs and on your
y latent equipment modernly by micro-organlsma which Invade
to be ready to move against them, We have some wonderful
designed. He then received 800 the bird through avenues of Infection properties for aa
fl baby Leghorns who will be lay- when the time comes. made available through See us about your Real Estate Needs
% Thus It la largely up to the
+ ers about four months from now Inflammation created In the in- 119 E. CALL STREET
United States and other countriesof PHONJ
and ut present he has 250 layers test lonal tract by intestinal para
r in his from which he the Western Hemisphere to
yard gathers -
P sites. Paralysis is only one of a I
? 250 to 300 dozens of eggs a produce for the nations fightingthe group of closely related diseases j
1 month. Axis. There can be no de-
lay in this production, for time is having the same cause. Leuke- WAR ADMINISTRATION
b The brooder house Is constructed mia or big liver disease "grey ENDOK
pressing. The nations
of logs. sealed with cement J have acted with aggressor speed and mussed eye" or tumors on the internal LEX GREEN AND' ASKS FORrL
and roofed with tin. It was built organs commonly occur associated -
force, and'' it will
require greater
on and floored with cement The with paralysis.In REELECTION TO
speed force, and production to CONGRESS]
for cement floor Is
reason a the prevention of this disease
defeat them.
simple, but a new step in brooder every effort should be made
D house sanitation. The surface American.Industry and agriculture by poultrymen to reduce Intes- RE-ELECT ]

1y let where the baby chicks walk Is are responding to the urgent tinal parasitism tOll. minimum LEX GREENHe Has Sen
being made them. Production -
made of screen wire nailed on top during the
: present growing sea- Faithfully i
is. surging forward but it
r of two by fours about 4 feet son. Growing stock o n clean

{, .! square and' viands at leant three the must gain'-volume. and speed aa ranges, systematic sanitation, notation .EfficientJyCongress ]
inches off the cement. This allows -
of adult birds in '
yards or n "
t droppings to fall through onto farmers, along with cultivated areas and the judicioususe for I
", 3 farmers over the nation must 'C

p .lt:8 ,v. thing the in floor sanitation, providing for the the grow latest ___ __ _'_____ _.___ --0 __._____. _, _. swing into this gigantic produc- : of In reliable worm the remedies assist # + y 17 Years

s, ing pullets-to-be. Mr. John and two ton feed a flock of 250 layers. now producIng tion program to provide food and ment of preventing the disease the develop-Experiment : -
other agricultural for
_ u'r' !, The wire sections are easily removable 250 to 300 dozen rggv monthly. themselves' and other products Americans Station worker says. .,
to allow cleaning of the
r 1 and for millions of in
people other
floor below. The house la equip-
ped with 1 an electric brooder countries fighting for freedom. It Good CareLengthens ) ; His Services ,

,' ,' Is a tremendous task, but it can
which provides ample heat for the Life
be done If farmer Needed In
: small flock. Besides the labor every pro-
a and the duce just as much as he possibly Of Farm Rubber
logs, ( latter obtained from War Crisis!
; can produce for victory. Let us
his land at practically no expense .
1 i not delay. Making rubber tires last 'longer
the modern 12 x 16 foot
t+ brooder house cost Mr. Johns Is good economy as well as good '"

4 T 10218. He estimates Its actual Crop SpoilageCan for national defense says Prof
h r ,4 Frazier Rogers of the
l value In excess of $300 and declared University CONGRESSMAN
+ "' "I wouldn't be wlthiitut it Be Halved, of Florida College of Agriculture Vote For His

R for five hundred." Market Man Says and Florida farmers with rubber- STATE AT LARGE election May
tired '
ti implements can add to tire
}'ou'on't Get Rich Quick 'life DEMOCRATIC. MIMA, MAY 19.a .
j There isn't a fortune to be Prevention,.pf waste In food dis by proper care and storage.

made from raining chickens. Most ttlbutlon'willi; be a vital factor in For one thing, 'when rubber- CONGRESSMAN McCORMACK LEADER OF'

people who've tried it will agree the effort of Bradford county's tired machines and implementsare HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SAID:

q to that. But economical farmers 1,738 farm operators and workersto weight not off in use the, tires.it is well If to keep "In this supreme effort you (Lex Green) have!
they are
I' for In this themselves section are and making money production achieve goals.their wartime food to be stored on a cinder floor it and are doing your full part. Your continued!

', : production to meet demand.Increasing At leant half of the estimated Is particularly important to keep vices in the Congress are needed not only by

$21,000,000 annually lost from them blocked up, because sulphur Ida but by our country. I trust that the
f Growers that
say a baby chick In the cinders deteriorates the people of Florida in their wisdom and patriot
becomes a pullet in five months spoilage and damage to Florida ]
and enters the laying stage. For Sumo of the 800 baby chicks recently purchased for summer fruits and vegetables alone can Motorists will cooperate with our ,war effort by reel*

about 13 months a hen will lay fryers and layers on the John. poultry farm at :New River. be prevented by the use of better quick : know that skids and you to the CongreSSo"CHAIRMAN

before molting; after that three- grading, packing and by better stops are hard on tires and
and e' similarly, excessive slippage of CARL VINSON THE HO
month period, she's good for at m 0 r direct distribution OF
least nine more months of laying. WITH OUR methods Earl R. French, market- tractor tires causes heavy wear. NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE SAID:
; Year-around FARMERS Ing director for Atlantic Commission Over-loading the tractor Is one '
.5 J production from a cause of slippage and "Experience is essential to best results in our
IIOCK of :2,500: to Company declared In the pulling
3,000 hens in the effort. Mr. Green is experienced; he hat

-j" New River area will produce L. V. Moore an old-time Bradford ( care of them. recent"It survey Bradford summary weighed, in the balance and not found wantingIs .
hundreds farmers
many of dozens of county ,
la 1942; moreover, the community eggs County farmer, was born Out near their pasture land. working with I distributors, cut by a man of high character and is dependable
t near Waycroas, Ga. back
In 1866 Mrs. Green has
for will sale produce later about on. 2,000 fryers -he will be 76 years of age in tory garden," of a which 10-acre she"vic-Is of half fruit the average and vegetable 10 to 12 shipments per cent CHAIRMAN A. J. MAY 'OF THE HOUSE MIUTJ

December-and moved with his proud and speaks quite often. And lost through damage and AFFAIRS COMMITTEE SAID:

';J At have present a dozen! or so raisers parents to Bradford County beforehe well might she be proud of it they will have achieved spoilage the, Your long experience and seniority here
approximately 3,000 to was one year old. His father
f;) 3.50O baby chicks In the brooder bought a farm near Therestia since whole during civilian war and peacetimethe equivalent of .a. 5,to 6 per cent you to 'serve effectively and I hope the JKOW

v house or month old stage and 1- where he lived with his family well as the soldiers population"travel as Increase in production without Florida will contribute to our war effort by]

} I COO to 2,000 layers. Later on, till his death. One of his sons-- their stomachs." on any extra acreage seed, fertilizer turning you to Congress."

they expect to produce at least a brother to L. V. Moore-still equipment or farm labor" Mr.

t another 1,000 layers from the lives on the old home place.In In this "victory garden" she has French said. SPEAKER RAYBURN I SAID t
present flock of small planted such staples as beans "Under wartime conditions, use
biddies. "Your of ouritories
1912 work Chairman Committee
,I Mr. Moore purchased a peas, Irish potatoes, tomatoes, I of efficient production methods as the
5 Mr. John's 250 layers produce farm bn Road 48 between Starke RECORDS and member of the Committee!
_ ., about egg plants, peppers, beets, "spinach and efficient distribution channels as a
and he 300 dozen eggs a month and Camp Branding where he lived carrots and cabbage. "These Is becoming Increasingly Important Large Assortment Flood Control, Immigration and NatunJia"

N4 hen all of thinks the that (o the last continuously until about six' vegetables," said Mrs. Green last ," he continued. "For example, Columbia Rivers and Harbors and as assistant Demto
layers In this community years ago. His wife had died Victor -
SS pri- week, "are for home Bradford has people
consumptionand county's 1,216 farm Whip been of great service. Your
will .
the Okeh
or to
average same time, and he himself Bluebird .
I canning. I hope the family workers "
That Is a pretty good figure tosay was In bad health, later lowing entirely board will hit rationing of will find their Job Decca exercised good judgement in the past by

the least-well, about 1,200 the sight of one eye, and I upon some plan Increasing production made you here and keeping you her ."
whereby we can get more difficult
dozen sugar to begin because of the
'v a month. since that time he Large Selection
has been living of
+ canning strawberries as soon shrinking farm labor supply ria"ing"farm PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SAID:
New .'O'IIItr'maftJ. with his children. Clasaicals
haafive Populars
as possible. The
necessity of warges and limited "Let take M1
this to express
r 1. Johns who lives on the sons and two daughters. Mr. farmers and ,
old Sapp place la the latest ad- Moore has been living right here foods has been others'so often conserving stressed and availability supplies.of farm machinery' Mail Orders Given my thanks for the splendid cooperation lot:

yl dition to the poultry-men's list. in the County for 75 year "Be- that I am sure they would not "The latest census counted 622 Prompt AttentionE. given the Administration and to congratulate i
S He received 600 head of fore the Influx of newcomers upon fine service."
d Leghorns asa do that unless they planned to regular hired bands in this county. your record of
several weeks ago and has result of Camp Blending, I make
5 an some provision for them to Since that count was
made farm
electrically heated brooder knew everybody. Now I know Continue His Services
''r Installed secure sugar.. labor has decreased as much as REAMS Congress
i in
his only
built one out of ten.
newly house
t4 Chester Andrews Mrs. Green stressed the Import 49 percent In certain areas and up S19 W. University. Ave. This Grave War Crisis
has "The
about election
200 la
going on Just to 25 .
1''.; layers and 000 ance as many families as possible percent in some Florida dis OAXNKSVIUJC. FLA
baby chicks like It
G and always did. A fellow has raising "victory tricts." Mr. French said
has gardens.
been in the
business for got to have
three a
pretty good head "There Is no But despite 'future labor curtailments
or four years. Mrs. M. O, Moody these days to know just how to necessity for any -- ,- .__._-
body In Bradford County to past performance indicates
now living on Highway 28, has vote. He has to be go
very careful the farmer
n' about 300 hungry. she said. Toe climate is can approach the food

qr 11! Crews, also chickens:on the same and highway Stafford or to send he isn't men doing either anything to great favorable the soil is good and [production goals, the report said THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

lh' has about'300'mixed' white Tallahasseeor we have some of the beet farmers In ten :yean covered by recent
horns Leg Washington Mr. .Moore said. In the State. I feel government reports, the farmer
and New sure that
Hampshire "I have
Rev;: e. C, Butler raises Reds. I voting in this county every family la our county should bad increased his productive ef Identification Double
I I50 years.
layers am
staying: In Jack- ficiency!
Is' I and fryers every year and I is in onvtlle for the time being but I have a victory ,garden and pro- by ,36.3 per cent. The
duce most of the average farmer the)
creasing his flock necessary vegetables survey re-
as far down
as came here and
able, while Mrs M. F, Wiggins,stay until after May 6 am going to I for their own use, at least. vealed. fad 31.7 persons In 129 '
with 200 and vote. Eat what you want can what and ten yean later was feeding Neck
.. ._ chickens. __ is contributing :"I think Lex Green you Chains 25c
ai1 6-i- *me- local- wavw eiecieu_L as Congreasman-at-larg_ will be, need and sell the.... b-J--.-n<-..." 14.1 persons from his fields.

rt The farmers in this section plan and I think Eugene ,S. Matthews One 'other .timely.suggestion such as tomatoes and beans which
to buy additional baby chickens will be re-elected to made by Mrs. Green-was'that the be nl. .'
I 't4 the Railroad! for his own' e. He MOST COMPLETE '
: later LINE -
on in the summer, and you Commission.. 1.don't believe in farmers'. exchange products' that lives out'neartbe Farmers' Market .. QF MILITARYSUPPLIES
can bet your life that New River changing men unless they have la"abundance for other'things on Road; 13. .
Lt, they don't .Recently M*.
will be '
right up there do which they need and which IN STARKEALSO
among the anything, and these men are Inman has been assisting the
v, +,wa leaders when a. check-up is made doing things;" their neighbor!; has plenty of. "In Government 'working with the ,

; on those'who have increased poultry' this way," she said, "they would farmers getting them to sign -

and egg production. M,... Lex Green' Victory Gar supplement each other's needs.". to buy War Bonds and Stamps up

den. under the direction of GIFTS
TRAIN SCHEDULE Congressman George I man. Bradford's rep committee. County AND LUGGAGEAT
H, Southbound and Mrs. Lex resentative In the State
No. 1 due Starke Green own approximately 900 ture, not Legisla "The election la quiet," said FAIR
11:15: P. M. only qualifies
""a* acres of pasture-land as a far- Mr Inman Saturday. "But silence
iUSf No. 107 due Starke 9:13: A M_ out on the miles mer In his own right but he Is also Is golden." He said he

No. 191 due(Miami Starke) 10:38: P. M. upon which Keystone roam about Heights 100 head road benefit doing the all, farmer he can this season to Lex Green would be elected thought to P. S

i :Northbound of cattle and a few hogs. The same time benefit tine while himself at the Congress from the State at ; STORES Inca
hogs as ,Large
however, Eugene S. Matthews
No. are rather would
2 due short
Starke 5:54 an auctioneer ,
: A. at the
I14 No. 108 due Starke 8:35 M. lived, as they raise them for mers' Market. State. Far- i.be re-elected to the R&llroad Com-
: P.
M. home consumption. The mission, and that he would be Two Stores For Your
No. 44 due Starke Greens All re- Convenience
3:28: P. M. raise told Mr. Inman has 28 elected to ,
plenty of the State Legislature.
York reservation train.) chufas and velvet beans. peanuts to take, I peas acres,,with planted a few mostly truck in vegetables corn and no Further comment.than that he would make 145 Call Street & Blanding Center






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Norris Saysl WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne LABOR:

It'I wn's Unseen Power Brightens Lives] & ) E=: Impending Menace of Allied Invasion I -1

I .',, : (Bell Syndicate .WNU 5u vic..) : Postpones German Spring Offensive;

By LYTTLE IIULU I Army Adds New Draft Classification;

I 'Adopt a Pilot' I Hero of Philippines Stages Repeat Role

The American factories are now nence and patriotic! generosity. The
t turning out plane at an ever quick. financial burden 1* becoming too

.! ''tcs ening pace. These plane are essential great for the Foundation: and so tEDITOR', NOTE..Wbs .pini.ns a,. .sp..d Is b.se th.
tI( to victory. But these'planes the "Adopt a Pilot" plan has been a boss at t. s.w. Cesitat and u.s Cesss.stiy : Ills I aewepape,.t

4 must have pilots to fly them; navigators started to help carry on this work- (Released. by Western Newspaper Union.)_ _ _ 4 v ;z3'

( ; radio men and bombardiers so desperately important to us all. \
Ip i, to operate them. It has been costing the Foundation JITTERS: DRAFF:

I To become an Aviation Cadet in an average of $50 for physical Hit NazisBoth
-' U I either the army or the navy air correction which do not require an Has New Class

*. In4 corps requires a high standard of operation, and $100 where one la Japan and Nazi Germanywere Instead of classifying men as either -
... _._ physical perfection in reported to be bad
'. : so high fact required. Under the "Adopt a Pl suffering physically fit or unfit for mill-
that 83 men are turned down' out lot" plan any Individual can send attacks of the jitters, the former because tary service along certain rigid

of every hundred who apply for in to the headquarters of the American of air raid expectations In a standards the
service In these branches. Stalls- Flying Service Foundation, 61 country badly equipped to withstand army had worked outa .

i tics show however, that of these 83 East 42nd street New York: city, them, me' latter because of the impending new class, men who, if certain defects -

men 63: per cent are suffering from bits or her check for any amount; menace of American- were corrected, would bet
some minor disability which can ''or can organize a group for the British marked fit for duty.
easily be corrected if the applicant I purpose of helping one or more ap of Europe. This was a new designation under
has the financial means to obtain plicants. The individual or croup Reports had reached Norwegian the Class I-A grouping It will
medical treatment. be circles In London that several divisions be called WILLIAM II. DAVIS \"
as the cue may i I. given the "Suspended I-A.
-' It may not seem so catastrophic name, age, address and case-his of new troops had been In It will go men who have been II. poises; with/ priili. ;

..... to us older folks but to some pa- tory of the "adopted" applicant, : rushed to Norway. It was known declared unfit for dental reasons because The chairman of the War Labor
trlotlc youngster whose whole and clnxa relauonshln. between that vast labor battalions
ambition a -- were en- of nasal obstructions, hernia board, a division of the productionboard.
U is centered upon serving his spon.or and cadet i* encouraged.On gaged feverishly 1 In building defenses which can be repaired, or stomach William If. Davis, had Issued
country "In the air"-rejection by the advisory board of the I along the channel coast.
u1 troubles correctible by dieting. a report hailing with pleasure Urn
the medical board 1 Is like death
a Foundation are the names of Mayor
sentence. He know he la equipped Fiorello H. LaGuardia. Rear Adm. I, As to the Japs, they were said to The new draft rules also called figures oi, labor troubles since the> ,
be having air raid alarms constantly for men to be sent to hospitals for first of the
mentally for the job andexceptfor Richard E. Byrd Clarence D. year.
, 4 L// maybe an eye-squint, or a couple Chamberlain, Governor Sewan of even when no enemy planes were three-day periods If there was real He cited the fact that strike stoppages '

of bad tonsils, or an easily corrected Maine Capt. Roscoe Turner and In sight. Many of these reportedly doubt about their physical ability. In wnr production had hero

tooth condItion-he is per- others. had been caused by their own planesIn There more detailed study could be only 006 of 1 per cent, practically

fectly sound physically. He just The following appears on the let practice or patrol flights. mode, and perhaps some minor repair a negligible amount.

hasn't got the fifty or a hundred ter.head of the Foundation and describes Believing the American ships work done. Strikes during the first quarter oQ

dollars to pay the doctor to make its purpose in a very few which raided the lap mainland had Once these men have been cor. 1042. he said, had been only ono- .

the necessary correction. words: "A government-recognized come from Eastern China Japanese rected physically, they will be subject fifteenth of those during the same \
\ Realizing the tremendous issue at nonprofit organization: working in
planes had lashed out at various to re-examination by the army period of 1041. !
stake In this vital situation
a number direct co-operation army and
of prominent World War I fliers navy flight boards to rehabilitate towns there which might have harbored medical staffs, and if marked. O.K. He said that the "no-strike" policy ,

organized the American Flying rejected air corps applicant, by American bombers. would be taken out of the suspended of the board which had been sold f fto

l-: Services Foundation for the pur- providing immediate assistance to Unquestionably the raids upon lilt and put in full Class I-A. the major union leaders, had

pose principally of helpIngthroughprivate overcome correctible deficiencies of Nipponese cities were a serious blowto worked out beautifully and that

contributions those who the 83: out of every 100 applicant Japanese morale. Their "sacred BULKELEY: there was no doubt about the success ..

wanted their "wings" but were pre- who are disqualified." soil" was not Immune to outside at Hero Repeats of the war production as long;

vented from obtaining them for The Foundation hope! groups and tack. as this condition was maintained.At .
want of a few dollar The Foundation Individuals will send in contributions The worriment believed to be suffered Not often Is it in the cards for a the same time, however, the

has already returned to the to help In this desperately by Hitler over possible invasion hero to stage a return engagementon only rift in the peaceful lute of labor U

army and navy medical boards vital work. They believe that no thrusts was such, London had the field of valor, but this has the issuing of joint statements '
was -
mating herself invisible. Bui ,,,. hsu bandS physically corrected-hundreds of matter how small the town, there said, to have caused a practical happened for Lieut. John D. Bulke- *
I ,J""moiner. n /lull/ .lun'lOn la her prttrnce, f ft. ton who> occasionally hill Iitr tempi* number are; coming rapidly in to- dollar are always apiece who people want to do something abandonment of any offensive In ley and his squadron of motor torpedo of the AFL and Cia now
hoto do they think what i i. instead 01] front.It boats In the watersof
kisi often of
akarJ-chetked in the regional committees which are like this In order to take a Libya or the Mediterranean operating themselves at peace, attacking USB

tdoa? being organized throughout the real, active part in the prosecutionof was possible, they had declared the Philippines.In National Association of Manufacturers. -

NORRISHEN state by men of medical promi- this war. that the German spring offensive January Bulkeley's men had .

ATHLEEN might be forced to be a spring defensive daringly entered Subic bay and had Both Green and Murray accuse*

you were small HER OWN CHOICE and that .offensive mightbe .. NAM of
CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSWe J- -'ss the making disparaging f
child and read fairy- How often Jo you think I postponed until summer if put on I 4j ? > :; ': statements concerning the War Labor -

tales wasn't the most about the comfort of that "invisible" We wish to thank each and wish to thank our kind at aIL '' ,, f board In a series of newspaper
who always friends for the beautiful floral Many believed that if Hitler was situation of all the someone everyone for the kindness shown : '
ating to have dinner readyon offering's. Mrs. A. L. Alvarez to win the war at all, it must be In ."\# This they felt, was distinctly i
recent bereave-
which the prince or manage remember that UH 'during our Mrs. W. R. Halslop. Mrs. F. M. 19.42, and that the practical abandonment blow aimed at the solidarity of labor

ss could become invis- time; to youJon' ment. We appreciate every wordof Norman Mrs .Jim McClegbain.STENOGRAPHERS of a grand-scale offensiveon tt''h'if. In the production setup. ;
this and can't
eat wear
will To be able to taketo sympathy and every flower. all fronts at once was really a .. ;\1r
that; to sharpen your pencils, May God's richest blessing: be NOTEPADS confession of defeat. FLEET : \

listen, to see every- find your rubbers and enter with you all.-Mr. and Mrs. KIrby ISo each BRADFORD f""" 01 France ;
that was going on, and tain your unexfH'cteduests? Crews and family. COUNTY TKLKGKAl'H. :

be unseen oneself, how She may be "invisible," going Comity, CooperationFollowing Interesting discussions, most of 'I
them theoretical, over the possible
icating that prospectThere about her 'work with no Political Announcements their Chicago convention future activity of the French fleet, :

were years in my thought of reward for her generosity the Republicans had gone backto assuming that Laval was turning st :

life when I felt that if a' patience and love. It their homes somewhat surprisedto over to German uses either directlyor !

ed crooked old fairy is her own choice to remain in FOR HK.PHK KXTATIMl FOR COI'NTY' COMMISSIONERItlHTRICT :> find themselves with a platformof through Vichy, had reached the> I.,
T hereby announce* MYHelf a candidate oS internationalism to find that they the fleet t j
the background. But it shouldbe press, some figuring a. ; 'I
nly did present herself for Representative to the .To the Voter. of County Tom- had abandoned Isolationism and that Important addition to Nazi might, t
choice rememberthe Bradford
to Ktat Legislature front
missioner District Number Four
I to offer me just one ful.wish your mother who makes County eubjoct to the will of the comprlHrns. (rirahnm Hampton amiTheremKa this program was written and put others saying it would be of little ,

that wish inevita- wife or voterH In the Democratic Primary,, Preolnct: I hereby announce over by Willkie, an ex-Democrat. # if :
home a pleasant place. May 6, 1942.' If elected, I promise my ld electto went back resolvedto I : help any.British
your make effort to i r..nW However, they naval authorities, pointing
ust be for the to faithfully to every to the Office of Commissioner -
power nee that Bradford County and all District Number Four sub try their utmost to win a few elections _2.._ t to the experience of their own handling
myself invisible. of ItM. cltl*..na receive adequate ject to the will of the Voters. In this and some of the
opposed to the banging of doors and representation In this Important the Democratic Primaries In May. year' LIEUT. JOHN D. BULKELEY of war vessel during wartime
S i afterward
learned that it in the arrangement of a lawmaking body. If elected. I promise to continue, K leaders were frank in saying they Return engagement 01 a he.... said that when a ship was put fe.
n possible to enjoy that par- peerless SIncerely: give my bust efforts to I h.. office hoped for new life for the party trim it could move bOlOS
the sick the adjustment J. P, (Jake) ROBERTS. .. fighting
tray for Th vote and active support of all
faIrs gift but
to ftnd the
from the change of sunk 9,000-ton warship.
a enemy with only minor re
mile more
of hot water bottle, the pressing voters In the District will be appreciated. or
n. mud walk through lonely a FOR HKPREXKNTATIVH The national committee chairman They returned the following day and fitting.

rrowful ways and pay the of a shirtwaist I hereby announce my candidacyfor T. C Cbastaln Joseph W. Martin Jr. said: did it again. But they said, when ship hav

price of humiliation and:! Choose .. Be 'Invisible.* Representative re-election to to the the Htate office Leninlature or. -( FOR COl'NTY C'O"'IONF..B' "The Republican party may well This time Bulkeley's squadron bad been demilitarized-that I I., laid up

t and tears. But how much do they really see from Bradford County cul>- DISTRICT S be proud of its accomplishment. It darted by night In between a flotilla as have the French ships for attended

latloni and sorrows and her, this husband'who pays so little bet the to Democratic the will Primary of the ,voter May. in E, I hereby. announce my candidacy was a great day for the party when destreyersanddischarged their period of time, refitting

1bQ. are .uch wholesome attention to her actual presence but 1942.I for election. to of the District office Five of CountyCommissioner NewJUver he Willkie resolution was adopted." lethal torpedoes at a Japanese light them for war duty I I. a big task. \

I eI> for ui all, such strength- swears and shouts and feel martyred Bollclt the vote and voter support' In the of and lirooker. Precincts. ,, subject Some observers had felt duringthe cruiser, which had been reported This. they said, was especially;
Ui ot the qualified
!Mchert, such "means of if she happens to be absent promising If elected to to the will of the Democratic battle against it that Mr. Martin badly damaged and probably-sunk. true at huge battlewagons like the .
I sender for' undue or two? These continue bent efforts In behalfof voter. In the Primaries In May. 1 I wasn't pleased he this later he had had the
why we all dread aD hpW' my solicit the vote and active supportof so as expressed In foray Dunquerque. giving the opinion thatIt
old them 10 strenuously. The sons and daughters who occasionally the. County and the State at all the voter.* In the district,, himself sfterward. But in misfortune to lose two of his boats, would take months, perhapa a
thwbils women in the world hit her temple with a bard- ._ GEORGE If 1NMANCou give promising my If elected effort to continue tc the main the GOP was confident the PT 34 and the PT 9& The former :year before she could be put SB

Women who have had lone cheeked kiss or feed her very soul fare or bed "t ndthhn.ta; and lively about It all. was forced ashore the island true fighting condition

, tact with them. with a shouted "Thank Mom FOR COWTV:
that l I. an aside. To get back you're a peach! This grumpy old DISTRICT 1 form was number three, which read: prisoner. The other waa destroyed PATENTS: .fj .f ?

liry lift of invisibility, any man or fussy old woman who blinks candidate I hereby for the announce....,Ulc. of myself County a "We realize that after this war the when trapped in the harbor I,

tan have It, if she loves at her with dissatisfied dally questions Commlaeloner. for Plutrlct No. 1 FOR District SCHOOL"' .BOARD. 1 responsibility of the nation will not of Ctbu to prevent Its failing Formal Seizure

around her 10 much that their "Mollle. you aren't giving that wfll(LAWtoy of the District qualified), subject elector to the of I wish to announce my"candidacyfor be circumscribed within the terrl- Into enemy hands. President Roosevelt had ordered. 7

and comfort are her delight, girl another half-day off. are you? this district. promising if elected, election a* a member ot the Bulkeley, already holder of the formal seizure of all enemy-owned I

. e II willing to be, in influence This *in't the same tea is it? What the that beat I. will merest at all of time my district work and for School subject Hoard to the from will District of the voter No. 1 Navy Cross. was in line for more patent .in the United State whether

seen! Power in the backgroundr ever' become of that little plller I the county as a whole. I will appreciate the Democratic Primary, May E,, honors. At the very time the report they had been directly or indirectly
r vote and ..upport.Slncer 1942. Due to the lateness of thIn from his home
that makes everything had for my back? What possessed your season and the scarcity of farm ,t came through, owned.
and bright. those children to carry on that way : .IYT. Blackburn. labor, I will. nut he able to make In New York came word that be was TMs was a climatic step following

1" Magic last night?" I a. personal canvass. of the voters,, the father of a baby son. a brotherfor the revelations of a series of postings -
Unseen. but If honored with election to this 1:
mothers have the secret .of How often do they look at Mollle.: FOR COUNTY COHMIlmONRRniHTRICT : office I sincerely. promise to work ; the Bulkeleys' 18-monrh-oU of foreign patents by American
II themiolves' and think of what she is instead of 1 for the best Interest of all the daughter Joan. large business concerns.
invisible. Some- I take thin method of announcing school of Uradford I'ounty.
tryear, at a time the gentle. what she does Not often. No, my candidacy I for election to J. II. MOOJUi LUEBECK : Itthad been revealed that a Philadelphia

Capable, ingenious she's Invisible. And the wonderful the Office of County CommlHuionerof i concern merely Identifiedby
tireless. Number I, Lawtey Hrerlnct -
Woman Who 'Is at the head part of it la that she has deliberately District. *ubt>ct to the Democratic FOR SCHOOL. BOARD Rloivn to Atoms the state department as a "Ger

family keeps herselt chosen to be invisible to sink her Primaries In May. I will appreciate District Vo. I Neutral sources had reported In man National" had been shipping"
and support of the I hereby announce myself a candidate -
the vote
chemicals from the United State to
( completely unseen. life in theirs to taste for herself the qualified voter In my district.promising' for election as memtr of Sweden the effect of the Royal Airfore's
apt there '* not too happiness of service, a happiness If elected to give my the Hrhool Board' from District No. non-stop blitz In the form of South American blacklisted firm a*
much ritarke' andLawtey.
bout services to my district and I, comprising' North late February, 1041.
L1* family Perhaps there deeper than any they will ever the County at large sublect to the will of the day and night bombings on one Important as
and boy. of different know. P. D. Reddish.FOR voter In thlt Democratic primaryof : German port the city of That this company had paid out a
tastes May 6. If .elected I promise to large sum in royalties to Germany
w a chronically weary and When women write me despairing work for the best Interests of all 1 Luebeck on the Baltic.
man, an older letters about their tangled affairs; COITVTY COWWtC5iO'ERDleylet the schools In Bradford County. Swede. returning to Sweden from last year, and that this year, although
person- :ITo Your vote and active support are no more had been paid the
ml "misunderstood" ]\I 00
or Grandpa or Aunt Sally the parent who The IJemocratlo Voter. of respectfully solirit.0"LOItE44QV., this port described it as blown to
Wramental assistant in the them all through girlhood the first County Commissioner District Num. ; KEEN atoms. They said the people of company was holding Its royalties, ,

or no helper at alt marriage to a man who was "totally ber 3, comprising Precinct Number ---Y- .., Luebeck: had told of '"torpedobombs" later to be sent to German.
these Two (North Starke): FOR SCHOOL BOARD That about half of the 1940 royalties -
natures Incapable of appreciating a good of In the city and literally
and element I am taking this method announcing District ,*.. 1 landing
on a product Indispensablefor
elded together by wile" the second venture with another my candidacy for County I hereby announce) myself a candidate MARTIN AND WILLKIE flattening whole blocks of were
1 ly Mother, but fommlimloner. of I>l.trlct Numlwr she the use of this country In building
kno1l.. It ,who' "does not understand for re-election as a member "A pHI Jay lor parly. .
because man In the buildings.
to vote .
Mother Two subject your of the Hoard of Public Inetruc.tlon planes to fight the Nazis.
tll.bl. What the family lees my little boy and repeatedly Democratic Primaries In May. I District No. 1 (la>wtey and N.Htark tonal limits of the ,United States, Scarcely one stone was left on sort at what
This activity was
!'tit Believing that my past experience will of the
and I wonder t.) Subject to the One
Child had reported. big
Ide enjoys are the rnootn. favors own of eight year In this capacity qualified electors In the Primary that our nation has an obligation to another they actuated the President In having ordered
beds upon which slips and whether they !know how close this from 113 to 1940 Inclusive Election o.b held In May. assist in the bringing about of an shipping firm had written a Swedish the seizure of such patent
I Change and mystic power of making qualifieS me for thin Important office Pledging In return the samecourteous correspondent on a plain piece of
themselves ** unmeant magic I am respectfully soliciting services I have rendered understanding comity and cooperation Oddly enough however, at (the
; the Pettily set table oneself invisible f*. The power to your" active support and vote. I In the past your vote and support among the nation. of the worldin paper saying their cempaay'.INI1dIn same time as the facts about .this
th. marigolds on their elected promise to give to will be highly appreciated.Respectfully and dock had been totally; destroyed. ..
lives happier,
bow or dailIes ID the make all these. t.f; people t of the ;district and the order that our own liberty maybe eomp8Jt7' were coming out,-It was'
1 the hot soup ready terms, not on hers, and to And county-at-largre fair and Impartial J. a (Huddle) NORMAN preserved and'that,the blightingand Nol-'eftD"a letterhead remained stated that much more lofermauoa

of pea oup for herself a fulfillment and an Interior service, i I destructive of .ar intact.Seamen .
Jan. everyone -L. CON ER.: processes on the product bad come from Germany
aba gets her cilia. soup peace of, which she. hasn't even --,-' I FOR SCHOOL HOARD may not again be forced upon us and returning to Stockholm to this country' than had gone

Djlllt: dreamed. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:> I Dhstrlet ,Me. m 'upon the free and peace-loving peoples reported to newsmen that very little, the oUter way. One official said:
Spapri STRICT 2 I wish to announce that I will if of the port installation* were
are are on hand when The Cause *f It All. candidacyfor be a candidate for the office of of the earth. any "I don't know what we would have
new' .t2e? disappear when Half the nervous ills of womanhood I hereby re-election announce'to the my Office of member. of the "ardcot Public Instruction Outside of this the party pledged left, and that the destruction in the done about producing It for American -

are livers'r'ephon*; messages perhaps more than half, come I County North Commissioner.Htarke Precinct District Number sub Hampton from, District Graham 5,. comprising Brnoker- Itself chiefly to an attempt to hold town." itself was "beyond description. planes without this information. -

I ; Tom and II4Im.y are from the miserable Inability under I ject 2,to the Democratic Primaries and New River. If Honored with down non-war expenditures. ."
with '
homework, all suffer to get away in May re-olectlon I will continue to perform
sent off to which we
duties In a.businesslikemanner
10YIei solicit vote and support my
on Saturday with the from selL Nervous breakdown and I I voter In and give my time and INVASION:
lite of the qualified (
I bay dImes have for lodu. Jane of morbidity and even more serious ,, aid of all District promising beet efforts If electedto In behalf energy our school to the. further Tour vote upbuildingof and.. con I II I HIGHLIGHTS, *,. the week'. news I Following the return of General t tMsrhafl
the Hying troubles stem from iPst this one will b.. .
!r tang room of tke district and the Countyat tinued support appreciatedO to these shores there were
bave Sunday night; AnnIe thing. Brooding over mistakes. and large. O* jLre KELZ.T< general hints that an Invasion sonai
a day oty to and W, Mitch Edward. ----' New YerU The first of the so- Cleveland: The scrap metal shortage -
go aee her resenting Injustices oiEuropewastob.uttternptedbyAllietf -
baby; Dad' Cmderella Fleet had been allegedly bad caused a drop of
who ejf-HOOf BOARD called
mother sometime a woman force
I Ir1Ih! must slights .. the 150.000 tons of Republic steel during
POt COM3sISSIOVSERIIWTRIC District and went out on
of tea taken feel that she has just generally FOR COTMTY' commissioned It aermed that in this picture the
11 tv her ''way F a I hereby announce myself a candidate for U-boats. The the past five months, it was report
OUti1 roo, made a mess of everything actually I wish to announce my candidacy for member iHahool Board Atlantic wooden hull ed. Government steps to move the Polish troop were not going to play
she's ot for District Three, comprising NewRiver feet long, has a
office 110
there be- election to the boat
all fine for small It bad been
the the such part.
before time slips over I rommUsloner of District 1 Urooker, Oraham and Hamp high-speed Diesel engine. scrap were gradually relieving the a tf
theIr : County with twin
I eyes, and of tween normality and Insanity anduo't 'Number Three, South Starke Preolnct ton. subject to the Democratic Primary and called situation It was said. ported from Cairo that "tens of thousands
InJone A* I have had four .. ,The first was officially r
'ho looked to the win of the .ft'May. of Polish had
subject I troops" beer
ol11d .ee her rightat get back. Democratic PrimariesIn years experience on the Board I but to navy men she London: Sir Stafford Crlpps bad
lIlies. Comfortably .tou, But the Invisible woman Is In no vot-r May.* In the I solicit the active support Feel myself qualified to serve the the PC 903 boat. They are. be- returred safely from bidla to Eng sent to the Middle East to ow.aaw
getU0g gray, likinsu is always someone the vote of all qualified far better than be for a an 4 was a Cinderella themselves Into a resisting U
Ul1 10 IInlsb such danger. 'There and In said district roll:,( I will ,ea leav9rlo do Ing fabricated in large numbers all land but his mission generally had army.
''a "ber: the the cro"wor4 'abs can serve someone whose voters If elected I promise to! continue 0.Will the nation at small boatyards, | been considered to have failed. combat any German thrust against
appreciate over
baif.don chU4rq'abaQdcm life she can make eaalet',' someone to give my best efforts to the In. highly your ; Syria.

., Insisting on rubbers. for. whom she' can plan. I e rent of at District lar.... Tbree and thCounty and support.Bs.p.ctfulIl It,




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May 4th, 1942 In the above named. ,,
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff :fill :4larke: Florida, III
India's Resources Is Goal of Japs naeka divorce. Bradford enmity (OiilPICIAL SEAL
Telegraph iihall publlah this OrderIn All Clerk of said (!,orn I.
la w ,
' next four weekly >ua.Wttnemi '
14 } aVBanaaasl my hand and official Atty.:for. Pl J"Ck'on'lIlt,
i N A peal at Btark, Florida this AprilIOF'FICIA'I
C H 4th. 19411. IN CIRCUIT CnIItT
----- ,. BRAD AJ.: Thomas
-_..,- '--. A* Clerk of mid court. 4-10 4t 6-1 kYTY FLOII.04,
-- '-. ... T. Frank Landrum, fitarke, Fla. Robert R. Mltch'II
I Atty. for Plf. !nx. Mitchell !
ri t = AFGIMNISTAN Riwudpedls -.J 1988.OUDER. Det.ndant,

lalolu 1 I B E l Lt4.bm (COUN-rr;110'&Y. FLOIUUAI IN CHAMRobert O'rOF ptmLCATIOII, AI'1'2 48

a Melvin HlghimUh Plaintiff, Mitchell whose ride i'
\ TM. Emma Illghimlth, iefendant. berry 'ltennee.ee. ,p bJu
lbaeaY Cane No. 1980. .
OKDBR! OF" ITO APPEAR AND aolet r 1942gin tuetjbor
f t I NOTICE Court and cause ,, "
1 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Emma Reek.* dlvorr. "h.rwlft..
Hlglmmlth whose residence la Un Telegraph' shall Hradfb I
M4p44 known. In .next four
am.Tr IOUeiu
F at>+ You are required to appear on' Witness my
q'' :June lit.,1942. In the above named I sent at Ptarke. hand and
N r b 'i"i + Court and cause wherein plaintiff I 17th. 1942j. Plorlda. 111Io
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:;l : j Spring Luncheons This Week's Menu r ? Gi ; p.raasrerrs. n

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I As spring spreads Its fragrance Guest Luncheon ,. PRODUCTSGasoline :
and gayety once more across the
Ji {p II Vfi-? moods turn to Chicken Salad This map gives in detail a picture of the resources that a successful drive on India would net for ,. ,

: : ; .Fruit Salad Japan. Oil, cotton, iron, silver, gold, manganese and lead are a few of f the raw materials that make WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR
Egg Salad in Tomato Cups make the such a valuable part of the HEATING
exP India a ripe plum for rile Axis. These same resources country GIVE US A RING WE
Molasses-Nut Muffins or DELIVERH.
P Cheese Rings British umpire that all diplomatic and military pressure possible is being exerted in its defense.

t-s to be sure, they
Coffee or Tea r
t .
r). do. You get lovely Recipes Given. Deeds Filed In a shallow, greased baking dL b. ix rinririT COURT BRADFORD E. TUCKER
.-y visions of pic COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN- Agent
i r :.-...... -- Drop raw eggs carefully into nest CKHV.,
t ; ture-plate luncheons Deed No. 83 from the State of made in the rice. Pour over this Mildred Harrington, Plaintiff vs. For Sinclair Refining Co.
,; crispy green salads, tiny Egg Salad In Tamale Cope. of mixture a medium thick sauce Clayton II a r 1'1 n.ton. Defendant. _
Florida through the Trustees Can
No. 1979.
moist sandwiches the of
tinkle (Serves .1) made with milk or tomato Juice. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND Phone 158 Starke, Fig
b "Al china cool crisply laundered the Internal Improvement Fund,
1 ( 4 medium aimed. tomatoes Sprinkle over the top with grated
,1 cloths, centerpieces of delicate grantor, to Pauline Torode, April STATE OF FLORIDA to: Clayton
; 1 package cream cheese cheese and bread crumbs ahd bake Harrington, whose renlilsnce la 617
ower.. 11; J. L. Harrell his wife LucyF.
Ht. Paul Street,
Burlington, Ver
1 tablespoon finely chopped In a slow oven until the eggs are
Harrell W. Hal Edwards Jr., mont.
But this year's luncheons are different onion set.
r' i'i green and his wife. Eula M Edwards, You are required to appear on
from last The
;year's. plates 2 tablespoons finely chopped Bacon Jim 1st.. 1942., In the above named '
Eggs on
'dt '.r. pictures to behold true but green pepper of Bradford County to the Townof : Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

ti j'' 33 the menus are kind to purse strings !H medium sited cucumber, Lawtey April 14; Lillian D. Arrange five thin slices of salt Telegraph n e e ki divorce shall publish Bradford this County Order RFflI

n and food shortages.A chopped Harrell and H. B. Harrell of pork in a baking dish. Break'ive In next tour weekly Inxuea.
Lake County; to W. E. Townsendand eggs .over this. Cover with Wltneaa my hand and official
bowl of
greens, curly 3 hard cooked eggs, chopped .,
sal at stark, Florida, this April
4.:4; : endive, crisp lettuce tossed togeth V4 cop mayonnaiseWash Nora Townsend. his 1 wife 4 tablespoon of thick cream and 7th., 1942.OFFICIAL. .
J( er with grapefruit and sections April 18; Administrator', Execu- bake in a slow oven ((300 degrees I SEAL) A.J.: Thomas
orange tomatoes, peel. Slice off As Clerk of .said court. 4-10 4t 5-1
or's or Guardian's deed-Maggie P.) for 15 minutes.
with red slivers of strawberries .
to I J. S. Harrlaon, Jacksonville, Fla.
are perfect with these muffins top and scoop out the center. Toss Blrt Lester, as Guardian of the 1 Creole EggsIn : Ally for Plf.
Do Your
the other ingredients lightly together > Tradingwhere
estate of George Blrt, to Frances
and all would ,
ti ;you want for luncheon a sauce boll for 10 minutes
and fill the tomato cups. Chill R. Burton of Hampton. April 21; pan IN nncriT ('0 I''RT. BRADFORD
: one pint of canned tomatoes INTY FLORIDA IN CHAN
+4 ? well and serve on lettuce. Maggie Blrt Letter and her husband CEItY.Clmrlva G pieces Rogers Silverware i

Melasses Nat Muffin. AU three of the salads given can Ira Lester, Eugene Birt and one cup shredded cabbage E. Fried, Plaintiff, vs. given away with every $40 in trad
(Hakes 24 small 18 one minced green pepper and one I lllla Mae Fried Defendant. Case
*r large)
be served
on one individual platter hilt wife :Mary flirt Albert Blrt No. 1976.ORDER. or certificates.Are .
# finely chopped small onion.
41' S tablespoons bolter Arrange them attractively, a scoopof and his w 1 f e., Rhoda Blrt of Chop OF PUBLICATION AND Redeemed
i M eight hard cooked eggs and mix NOTICE TO APPEAR
M cap sugar the chicken salad a fan of fruit Hampton, and Mildred Johnson, in Cash if
: 4 'egg with one cup of broken crackers.' STAT OF FLORIDA to: LIllie SMITH'S GARAGE
salad and then the tomato cups. unmarried, of St. Augustine parties Mae Fried whoa residence la 118 Yon Chooa*
', i+ 1HI. cops floor Your platter is complete for a lunch- of the first part, to FrancesR. Put the egg-cracker mixture into Locust Avenue, Lexington. Kentucky STARKE, FLORIDA
.r.'i.; 1 a dish ; ..
teaspoon clnnara.n greased baking and
eon and a very pretty sight to behold Burton, of Hampton party of pour You are TKo\il"' to appear on
1 teaspoon ginger the hot tomato over it. Add salt
4t, 1 A hot --- -
muffin to
accompanyand : the second part,. April 21; R. V !
H teaspoon salt and pepper to taste and sprinkle
a fragrant cup of tea or code Coleman and Jessie Ray Coleman, 1
', % teaspoon soda completes the luncheon.On with grated cheese. Bake 10 min ANDPROVED
uf 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 his wife of Columbia County to utes or until thoroughly heated THIS IS NO TIME TO SWAP EXPERIENCE
1 the other hand It you prefer John Morgan Darby and Charles.
1 cop chopped Brasll note through. Serve'
wS+ f cap milk salad bowls which the guests will Arthur Darby April 22; R. A.I I hot. ABILITY FOR INEXPERIENCE)

1 ? H cop pore, dark molasses serve themselves, here are Ideas: Green and Lucile Harris Green, Soft Custard
2L .S I' I Greens: chunks of lettuce, watercress hllll wife, to J. M. Edwards andR Ingredients: 3 to 6 eggs, beaten

Cream butter, stir in sugar gradually slivered green onions, tad V. Coleman of Bradford and 1 quart of milk 1.3 to 1-2 cup For Railroad CommissionerGroup

w't h : and cream together. Stir in ishes. Columbia Counties respectively, sugar 1.8 teaspoon salt, 1-2 teaspoon a

+ well-beaten egg and blend. Mix and Oranges: Use sections on a bed April 22; J. M. Edwards and vanilla or cinnamon, or nutmeg ( One)

sift flour with spices, salt, soda and of curly: endive or curly garden lettuce Lucille C. Edwards his wife to If desired.

; { baking powder, then mix in Brazil with raspberries strawberries John Morgan Darby and Charles Heat '
or the milk In a pan over hot Vote to Re-elect
nuts. Add alternately with milk and
for color.Vegetables Arthur
Darby, April 22. Mix salt and
molasses the first mixture. Bake I water. the sugar, ,

in weU-grea.ed muffin pans in moderate : Cooked green beansin beaten egg,.. Add some of the hot EUGENE S. i MATTHEWS
I lengthwise slices, carrots raw HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD. .
) (SSO-degret oven 25 minutes. milk slowly'''to the beaten
I or cooked, In slivers, cooked limas egg-
:;"P ,,,7 You can'have' a veritable smorgasbord chopped ham. and-sugar mixture. Place in a Ht has a long record of obU and efficient service as Railroad! Com

rkl; i ;9n' :your main luncheon Fruits: Beds of lettuce, lengthwise MORE EGO RECIPES pan over hot, not boiling; water, missioner and nit brood knowledge of transportation and communication

c,4d plate) if you,carry: out the general slices of bananas berries in 1 and stir constantly until the cus- problems is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of tint

it} '., I idea kind by of: salads serving In frilly several lettuce!, different:,' season, cheese balls dipped in Eggs are one of our moat ver- lard; coats the spoon. Remove importance to the State., Vote for him ,and. urge your friends pad!
cups. chopped nuts.Dressing s atlle, as well as nutritious foods, from hot water at once cool, and do likewise.
), Pick out acquaintances to
} some combinations ; .
:you and there are many, many add the vanilla, or a small
a, t= like best from ;theie ideas here:: makes an important addition which be amount of to flavor. Vriiiete. S. Mettkevt)
to salad and many times this they can used in spice I iroliticol 04
1 t Chicken Salad.' is left to cookery. Today, let us consider
a few of them.
(Serves II)
r cape diced, cooked'chicken .For, it :you like, Kgga With Cheese
1 cos) finely chopped celery have the choice Before baking pour enough '"

!fit 1 cap halved seeded grapes I of two permitted milk over the eggs just to cover
( them. Sprinkle with a mixture of
Z ,H cup toasted pecan 1 for your guests
h k !M cop mayonnaise Save sugar in the oft cheese and dry bread crumba.
Bake in a moderate
very oven
Combine little la
ki all ingredients lightly. ways; our
: ; Chill, add mayonnaise and tosslightly motto so here 1 is until the eggs are set and the
'' together. one way to do it. This dressing rumba are brown.

"tt uses molasses for sweetness. With Rice
!fit Frolt Salad. Put a layer of hot. cooked rice ,

t (Serves $) Piquant French DressingS .

t thick shore cup salad
S+: 54' cop vinegar I
w <4 thick (tees erangea ELECTJ.
'. <4 slices pineapple M cup chill sauce p.

w', a whole apricots 54 1 cup teaspoon pure,salt dark ..ol.u... P. (Jake) RobertsRepresentative rp

q 1 small package cream cheese
H teaspoon Worcestershire
r Pare orange and grspefrult Cut 1 tablespoon onion, grated
p. into slices.
Cut pineapple, orangesand
t.S t grapefruit slices into halves. Mix all Ingredients together and

'', Araange in a fan shape on curly beat thoroughly. r

t'i endive or lettuce. Stuff apricots When you invite your friends over

I with cream cheese and place at low for salad and rolls for these luncheons

er edge of the fan.LIIJI this may seem like so little

but it's guaranteed to make a hit rya, f 'r'aliJJPt

if you do the little detail. up right

i Says: Have the salads crisp and cool and

well blended. If having rolls, these
I.. should be piping hot for I
contrast If
J Score Card: Latest reports a4dA
+ reaching you don't feel Inspired to make rolls A
me assure us that
: we I
have enough black pepper and then do other things like getting

g most spices for at least two ready-made: rolls and pretty them 'f
I :year. Coffee and cocoa supplies t

i are adequate from South Amerl- Toasted Long Rolls: Split butter .,
ca. and tea stocks are still good. and sprinkle with grated Cheese

Domestic fats and oils will Pop Into the oven until cheese tat
I have to replace imported palm melts. Serve hot.

and coconut oils used for frying Cheese Rings: Use day-old bread

fats, soaps and oleomargarines and cut rings with a doughnut cut. 4

tt+ .1 and homemakers must conserve ter. Brush with butter or salad l;* 4l i
all soaps and frying fats care. oil. dip In cheese and bake in a "

Sully.r' moderate (350-degree) oven until l
r' Tin will be available for cannlng golden brown. /j

,r' foods that cannot be preserved Orange Biscuits: Add grated rind /

In other way., but you of orange to a baking powder biscuit 1 /
will be wise homemakers VOTE FOR ABRADFORD
if you recipe. Roll and cut. Dip a p
learn to use dried fruits properly, cube of sugar in COUNTY With war Uncle Sam
and can from orange Juice and decides how much Coca-Colo can be
q. your own defense Into
press ) top of each biscuit. Bake "PRODUCT"

$,; to gardens your this kitchen summer.equipment Be kind and In a hot oven 12 to 15 minutes. WHO WILL ALWAYS -I produced. That's enough to go 'round often, but not as oftenas

i +.w gadgets made out of bn. for there Lynn Chamber will bt happy to girt HAVE THE BEST In times of peace. Enjoy It. You'll find the quality exactly the
will be no more after that!; is used you aJvic; on your luncheon or ante .wh Pineapple is still being planted probl.", .. "Write la Her at Urntrn INTERST OF same. We count upon the cooperation of retail dealers to keep
) and shipped to the mainland nentpapvr Union ZIO Suet,,, Drtplaintt BRADFORD COUNTY
Strtrt Chicago, IllinoU. the five-cent price.SOt1110
") no serious shortage is fttatt ends" .
yet notice
I able. a ttunped tel/HKUreitrd .nvctopoor AT IIEART .
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__ ._ _. __ PAOK1. NiNA ,
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brother-in-law of Chaplain Shepherd -

tl were weekend guents. from Marshall anti Hopkins Report to ChiefArmy
Miami at the I
Shepherd home.
0aG SUCCESSFUL Mis. T. H Connors left Thurs \ TODAY"a".J

G day for a month's visit with her t \ H

1 h mother and other relatives in In I :I r

PARENTHOOD Scranton Mrs.: George, Pa. Manasaa left Friday \ \\TGMORROW {I > 'ltt

Att for a two weeks' visit with -1- I HEALTHARTIC

her husband Pvt George Man- \

MN. asnat at Camp Crowder near Jo- MfOOVCRN I
lln. Mo.Cylde.
: I In
nrAt Iy MRS. CATHEBINS COMBAD EDWABDS, McManus and son, Larry, -
.. ,_ _
of Palatka ;;::/! ""- "!
were 1
4 Editor. VoiwiW Maculae
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisher SLAP resoundingTwo

Seaman Philip! Walker from well dressed young women Temper Exercise With r

THEM TO CAMI'jchen's Norfolk, Va., and Pvt. Steve Wal. were riding in a bus. A middle- Common Sense f
r.by SEND ker, from Ft. Benning, Ga., are aged man sat behind them and t
overheard If we didn't keep a watchful eye I
visiting their Mr. snatches of their conversation
parents, and
] Camping many camps wM plan "camp tal Mrs. J. S. Walker.Mr. each time the bus stopped."I on them, some of the men and
14h it's ent" entertainments to which women who come to 1
doesn't mean cornmunlty get so sick of all this war my gymnasium I
that children's ruck- neighbors will be charged and Mrs. M. E. Griner were talk." one of them said, "Why does would wear themselves out durIng
Ind k the I. being .ponsoredrlcan admission fees the money being. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards everybody worry about it when It.. the first week of their courses. ,
week Campln' allocla.uaint sent to the various war agencies. at Melrose Sunday.L. thousands of miles away. There's Once they have made up their minds I

parents with the Campers will give up luxury itemson R. Bristol baa returned from no more chance of it getting to to take some systematic exercise, I
whY a their menus and devote the a very pleasant and profitablevisit this country than there was In the they go at It with a rush. They (, f
al reasons very good mount saved to war funds. Red last war." want to make up for lost time and I i
mp Viii be a to Miami. chief of staff. George C. Marshall and Barry L. Hopkins, chief apparently think that five :
children to spendCrn.summer Cross articles will be made In theiris' ) "Yes and it's such a nuisanceall years of r
> camps. There will be rousing Mrs. Roy Fisher visited In .f the monitions beard, who have been on a confidential mission to these priorities and shortagesand Idleness can be wiped out in a single t I

D I II I in rural areas songs and flag-raising will take on a Green Cove Springs Thursday of London, called at the White House Immediately open their return to things" said the other. "Why, lesion If they were to be left f
located America. Photo shows
last week. General Marshall John G. Wlnant 17. S. am- alone to go through the strenuous
attack from them more serious aspect, as will all pa- already some of the dresses the
Ject to bassador to Great Britain and Barry L. Hopkins as they arrived at routine they might choose for them. '
., the sea than cities triode observances. Mrs. Arthur H. Hundley of the White House. stores are trying to.sell are alight
U help civilian deJS This) year too, children are going Draper, N. C., whose husband Is and I wouldn't be surprisedit selves the majority would be unable ; I
children* can be placed to be given real work experience in a technical sergeant stationed for they stopped selling us silk stockings In to walk on the following day I "'
your dally exercise at home, f'
rather many camps. Of course play is altogether pretty soon.
ft ft,.evacuation their parents if such be- the most valuable learning experience the the present of at her Camp Blanding, Is Keep Hitler and Hirohito In Mind "Well," said tha first young woman you must also be careful not to let tI t l
guest cousins enthusiasm
andTchlkren the child has and Mr. and when the bus stopped again your run away with "
S'y. Between went to one camp Ideal spots for free, wholesome camps are Mrs. J, W. Rltch. I When You Clean House This SpringNot "as far as I'm concerned it's all your common sense. Muscles that t I

it would be most constructive play. But they also Mr. and< Mrs. J. C. Wallace and right with me if the war goes on have done little or no work for along f
least the sole stand- furnish opportunities for actual Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kite were before in the: history of These bombs can be handled with Indefinitely. I'd rather you wouldn'ttalk time must be brought back to '
!from condition Take 1 '
slowly it
,tan detente if there chores-bed making and cleaningup guests of relatives in Jackson- Bradford County.has> spring housecleaning relative ease and safety-provided about It. but confidentially: my Keep perfectly relaxed. Four easy to i

cease in this -umber gardening, gathering firewood vllel Sunday.Mr. been so important. Because I the home fire fighter has working much husband is making from the three times he as six counts should be the) limit for .. i'

,pcuwilllenabie children Another and the group discipline is fine for. and Mrs. Mayterle of Sham 1942 is the critical year for room around it. ever made money before in his war life.as I'm each exercise as starter.. Then as, i
: making even a spoiled child
much adult these responsibilities. assume rock were luncheon guests of Dr. the democracies, it is unlikelythat Easy methods of combating the beginning to like this wart" you become more accustomed to a I
ly from too and Mrs. Henbree, Sunday.Mr. there will be such an Import. fire bomb with sand water The man sitting behind rose from the routine you may Increase the
events I Is An additional way in which or
ot war count and the tempo as well a. add :
and Mrs. ant house cleaning his seat Ha
Clyde W. Johns spring In very deliberately.
It Is natural for boys camps will help prepare children any have been tested and found practicable new movements to routine '
i your
want to contribute tom4 for another war year is in the emphasis Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dowling and future year. Why? War Industries but its success depend stepped alongside of the young few at a time. You must remember '
looked her in the
may expect which will be children, Laurlp!, Melvin and are waiting for the copper, woman, straight
nutrl. favorable
111 you put on upon conditions. Picture raised his hand slowly and that exercise don not need to be r
I camp your child attends i' tion. Of course this will directly Helen, of Macclenny, and Mr. and Iron, brass, rags and rubber that the difficulty of a home fire eye gave her a resounding slap in the strenuous to be effective. As a I

.r there will be First Aid benefit! the camper In building Mrs. A. J. Rogers of Jacksonville local housewives will drag out of bomb fighter In an attic full of face. "That for my son who was matter of fact, quite the opposite Is ; i

id more emphasis than health and stamina. But in addition were spend-the-day guests of hiding and start on the way to old beds,' stoves, electrical! equip killed In Pearl Harbor" he said. true and it is safe to say that strenuous \
Sardenlng and on saving the educational will Mr. and be made into tanks exercise Is dangerous exercise I .
is need- programs Mrs. Claud Johns Sun planes and ment and hanging clothing. "And that as ha slapped her a I
Ef material and should always be avoided.
teach children the fundamentals of day. second time, "for my son who Is [
flt Sam. There will be essential diets. Parents can call guns.The Defense of our homes !Is an Important fighting for you in the Philippines." Your object is to save your energy I
Dependence, too on the on this training when :youngsters return Mrs W. E. Malone, who suffered County Defense Council's factor in national defense. not to squander it. Even though results I
iki and cars and it won't home and in the more lenient a heart attack last Wednesday subdivision of clothing: and sal. A population, burned out and BOIL attitude may be > stow at first you
venturous "hike" to perijnfsteri Is still 11 lat the Farm vage has* issued a n appeal to should not be discouraged. It Is always :
to use their legs I family circle begin to slide into old, very can produce nothing to There are millions of us In this safer and saner to take too .1 ,
national emphasis on the self-indulgent eating habits 1 Indeedas hospital.HPMSE. housewives that they gather the keep the army supplied; It must country who need to feel that slapin little exercise rather than too much. 1
lamesi of our citizens never before camps can help material for a tank or a plane devote extra time and energy to the face to make us realize what 'I' [,

will stress the parents with the character-building during their spring house clean the difficult task of trying to it means to be at war.
rograms As for dl- guidance children need twofold during ing. It can be done. shelter and care for homeless I don't think there are many who { I,
are quite so cold-blooded as to admit I
participation projects. wartime. Every home in Bradford County families. Defeat by fire bombs on wanting the war to go on because h I\

harbors some item .or items of the home front would, therefore, It is raising their living OFFICESUPPLIES )

past usefulness which could go weaken the nation and leave the standards but I do know plenty of

CHURCH DIRECTORY OF into the crucibles of war and army and navy helpless. business people and skilled workers !

SERVICES HOME( come out In the shape of a lethal That gives us a doublebarreledreason who don't hide their satisfactionwith
IS81ON the the has happenedto
way war
FIRST BAPTISTRev. weapon to turn against the Japn. for making this I 1942 bolster their incomes.

MM. A..N.K.W.I..t Michtfoot.Street Pastor and Nazis. Now Uncle Sam wants spring house cleaning the best and But the up reason I think a lot of us I.I I. H

Church School 9:41: A. M. Iy 2ieD: all those items and asks that they most! thorough in history It will need' to feel that slap in the face I

Morning PM 11.00: A. M. ru be pulled out of hiding and put strengthen the home front and (or. reasonable facsimile), Is not .I
B. T. U. 7-00 P. to for the for unpatriotic attitude we are
armies of de-
use put weapons In the hands of the any
8:00 P. M.
Evening: Worship :
i Author at Slater M wV. Kitchen
Fb4 Wednesday. IP S:00: P. M. moci'acy. boys on the fighting .front taking but to make our blood boll
with the realization of what this I
FIRST MKTHOIM4TRov. Author ol Slater Maryi Kitchen. There is an added reason for Men can and should help with war means-to make us think of II

.. O. C. Powell. Pi .to* May time is known as moth time making this spring house cleaning this Important task. In fact how the families of soldiers who I
d TRICIA DOW 120 N. CkBrck tract and generations of housewives have the most thorough in a cen women can not handle the heavy have been killed must feel when !

Church Sunday School Worship 10:00 11:00: A.A.M.M. waged war against these pests every tury. R. C. Buford, chairman of objects that are to be found in they see us acting as if everythingwere I

Young People 7:00 P.* M.: spring when the winter woolens the defense council's water supply nearly every home. Teamworkby normal-to make us realize

Evening Worship 1.:00 P. M. are put away. This year, as seldom and fire protection division, has men, women and older child- what this country would be like It,
Wednesday Worship 1:00: P. M.IT. through our pleasure-as-usual attitude For Your Convenience 'I'
before, the storing must be pointed out that attics full of objects r e n will make every Bradford the Germans or Japs might
MARK'S EPISCOPAL the done conservation with special care as part of are safe resting places for home safer from fire bomb at. find us unable to resist invasion The Bradford County 'I''.
iy Rev. Fred. Yerkm Het vSkM program. Incendiary bombs. tack and will supply our brave I
= N.' Ckorok Street Before woolens are put away you HOPE realitySo
Church School 10;00 A. M. must be sure that they are perfectly An Incendiary bomb is a small soldiers and sailors with the Telegraph Is Ever Increasing I .
0I Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. clean and free from moths because object which crashes through the weapons they so badly need. far. the spirit of a large portion I

Friday Sunday Evening Evening 7:30"::80 P.p. M.M. moths can work just as well roof and rests on a'floor beneath Spring house cleaning will do keyed of up the to American a victory people pace. is even not Its Stock of t't:: I; It \\t

Holy Day 10:00 A. M. one place as another. Dry clean. where it spews molten metal and I its share towards winning the some of us who are eager to do aU Office Supplies. Here. ,I'I .
ing laundering, sunning with thor '
: sets fires in the ..surrounding: war. we can toward winning the war I \
> FIRST PRRSBTTERIAN'Rev. ough brushing will rid materials of
can't to break from nor. Are Some of The
seem away Many
.. .
Ch. H. All Pastor moths, eggs and larvae. t.
mal ourselves
living and give over '
I Church 848 School North 10:00 Ckcrry: AM St. When the woolens are clean: they to that blood-sweat-and-tears way Items Now Carried: 'f,
Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. can be put away in paper bags, of life so necessary to our war ef .
Senior Crusade 1:00 P. M. wrapped in paper, sealed in boxes, '
Intermediate Youth 8:00: P. M. or stored In absolutely tight trunks 7/uftjfr W\SHINGTON fort.We f
\ can't get the war !In our
Evening Worship 7:00: P. M. and chests. Care must be taken bones. We have too much of a Adding Machine Paper I:

that the paper around the woolens that are suffering Carbon
ST. ROWAHIVS CATHOLICRev. feeling although soma Paper l '
Isn't torn because while moths won'teat j
Thos. J. Merphr. Pastor a lot of us may escape from I
Tenple Aveane. through paper they will manageto Washington, D. C. (NWNS-The lieve we have passed the turningpoint" any real sacrifice. We live on hopes Manila Clasp Envelopes ,;r I
Early. Man 9:00 A.. M.Divine get through the tiniest hole in treasury department, which until that the German people will rebel, '' t
fiervlceaSunday the wrappings. Unless trunks and now has tried to sell war bonds and Lieut. Gen. William S. Knudsen, that our forces may be a lot more Pay Envelopes \ I II
A. !M.
Main00: chests in which woolens are stored on much production head of the war department :
Week Day Mass 8:00 A. M. stamps without putting powerful than the newspapers tell :r.t !
File Folders Gem :
have tight fitting lids the articles pressure, is beginning this week adrive echoed Mr. Nelson's statement us, that the Russians will destroythe Clips

GOSPEL TABERNACLE should be closely wrapped in pa l to get every one on a 1ytopledgeammum after a recent Inspection tour German army, that our navy Ruled Index Cards I
Mr. ..d Mre. J. T. tnla-lvr SBO..on per. of per when he sold: "Our output has gone has a secret weapon that will wipe ,
Sunday Service 7-30: P. M. As an added precaution against cent of income for the purchase of up every month since Pearl Harbor out enemy ships and submarines, Ink (Pints & Quarts) ...
Friday Servloe 7:30: Pi: M. moths it's a good idea to tie moth bonds. and we have more plants coming that some unexpected miracle will t

crystals in a cheesecloth bag and This move followed the revelation Into production every day. Every take place which will suddenly Clothes Marking Outfits \tt.t.
FLA. STATE FARMBy to hang It on the hanger with the that there has been a sharp machine tool factory I was In was bring the war to a glorious close.
garment. Garments that are stored falling off in the purchase of bonds working three shifts seven days a It's all right to hope those things Ruled Legal Note Pads
E. R. Boavler In chests and boxes should have the month of January week."
I recently. During -but it's all wrong to depend on
I the crystals sprinkled generously approximately $1,000,000,000 in The War Production board took any such vague possibilities. We Manuscript Covers ,j
I 1 JUNIOR PARTY through their folds. It's advisableto bonds was purchased, but now the an unprecedented action when it need to expect long war, plan for Mimeograph Stencils .
girls of the the fabric from direct have dropped to accused two leading steel t I.
I Junior boys and protect rate is said to companies real hardships and instead of hoping "
contact with the crystals by folding decrease of of violation of priority regulations .
had a lovely partyat $500,000,000 a month-a. for personal escape from participation Mimeograph Paper !
neighborhood paper through the garment or blan. 60 per centSecretary and asked the department of in the war, go out look. I"
the club house' Friday night.A ket or whatever you may be pack. Morgenthau has therefore Justice to take appropriate action. Ing for every door we can open toget Mimeograph Ink

number of their friends from ing away. instructed 108.044 members of I The complaints said that "the violations Into It.PREVENTION.
Starke attended and :games and About one pound of moth crystalsIs war savings bonds committees In : cited resulted in diversion Onion Skin Paper ,i! ;
all. recommended as an adequ.teamount 3,070 counties to begin immediatelyto by the two companies to their pro p
dancing were enjoyed by to use in a small cbe.c.trunk ring every doorbell in an effortto vate customers of large quantities Maybe/ we need more bands play Pencils .
Punch and cookies were served or wooden packing box. get pledges for regular pur of critically needed Iron and steel Pencil Sharpeners
throughout the evening. Those Just a word about cedar chests. chases. It Is intimated that unless at the expense of the needs of the ing.Maybe we need to see thousands
attending were: Lila Ray Caldwell In order for a cedar chest to be this voluntary plan works a compulsory armed forces and the maritime of soldiers marching through the Duplicate Receipt Books
Mary Lee''Overstreet. Elizabeth safe it must be made of at least plan will have to be insti commission. streets with their mothers and
Cox Melba Strlngfellow, 70 per cent solid red cedar and tuted. Although the charges have been sweethearts tearfully running along Rubber Bands
Willa Jean constructed in such a way that it is "It Is our plan," said the secretary denied by the companies concerned, beside them.I Scotch
: Crews Salespads Tape
Sara Emma ,
perfectly tight-moth-proof. Then if of treasury, "to reach every whether they are true or not they don't know just what it is we
Malone Bernice McMillan, Jlm-; the woolens are perfectly clean person in the United States who receives stand as a clear warning to others need, but words don't seem to be Stapling Machines .
mia Brown Godwin, Bobo Crews, when they go into the chest :you an income of any sort, and engaged in war production that : enough. Words roll off our minds
Billy Overstreet. Leslie Bradleyand can be reasonably easy in your to reach him as quickly as possi there is to be "no fooling" with without cutting below the surface. Rubber StampsStenographer
Spencer Crews. Those from mind about the articles stored in ble." He admitted that some people priority regulations. There Is no question but that America t
Starke were: Betty Turner, An ice the cheat because of unusual circumstances Meanwhile Dr. John R. Steel. would rise up in a body to Note Pads
13 Turner Since woolen garments and blankets may not be able to pledge man director of the United States drive out any enemy which tried to
Green Betty Hayes, Bobby have been freshly dry cleaned 10 per cent of income but said that Conciliation Service, states that Invade us and destroy our homes Typewriter Ribbons
Wanda Pierce, Riches Ray and laundered just before storingcare others should be able to pledge' management and labor are both do. If we saw enemy soldiers and enemy Shipping Tags r
and Ray Parker. Chaperoneswere should be taken in packing so more than that amount Ing a remarkable Job. "Labor's destruction with our own eyes.
'Tops' in Jerkins Mrs. J. G. Godwin, Mrs. that they will be in good conditionto Financing of our hqga war expenditure and management's pledge of full But the difficult thing, those who Metal Rim Tags
Jim Rltch and Mrs. W. G. String- use without extensive pressing is becoming Increasingly co-operation and continuous production are trying to build morale in this
!rkln N.. 18-All you who de- fellow. when taken out in the fall for use. difficult due in part to the postponement ," he said, "has been 99.97 per country agree, is to arouse us before O. 1(:. Paper Fasteners
!II utat" unbeatable for Moths delight in dark, out of the of congress In taking any cent successful." we see war in order to force r
n ]and wearabUity will I now BRIDGE CLUB way places where they can work new action on taxes. One congressman The verbal fight over whether the the war into enemy lands beforeit Asco Paper Fasteners
his the smartest jerkin The Bridge Club was entertained undisturbed by frequent cleaning has said that he is willing to closed shop should be frozen still comes to us. Card File Indexes
teen In many a moon I .Itt Mrs. P D. Warren Thurs so special attention should be givento wager that the President will get continues, however. Phillip Murray I All our lives we've had it ;.
nakel the Sldes-a feature by C. Scott carpets and rugs under heavy no new tax bill to sign until after head of the CIO, warned the I preached at us that an ounce of pre. Card Index Trays
I It very, very easy to day afternoon. Mrs. E. pieces of furniture and along the the November election, even though senate that legislation curbing labor : ventlon 1 Is worth a pound of cure,
n the cinch to get Into and II : winning high and Mrs. J. R. Kite; edges of carpets close to the wall. the treasury has made urgent demands would completely destroy la but we've never taken prevention Everhandy Paper Clips t
barainl The pattern bingo. Mrs. Warren served delicious Soiled coats and sweaters left upon congress for new taxes bor's "no-strike" agreement. The very seriously. We have excellent, .
,''QU rent the aim plest of skirts strawberry short cake and hanging in a closet attract moths amounting to at least $ National Association of Manufacturers facilities for putting out Ores but Clip Board Arch Boards
t Mish With kick pleat iced tea.COMMUNITY, and once moths are in a closet they and wanted part of the new taxes on the other hand, said that union we don't do nearly enough to keep
'JUS4 front. and back-and a taI. will damage any: woolens in it. to be collected this year in the spokesmen are demanding "100 them from starting. We have ex. Expanding Paper Files
CLUB form of payroll deductions. Becauseit per cent security" before they will eellont facilities for patching up Metal Files
10 8118 II designed for The Community Club !Is havinga Church Is an election year, congressmenare help win the war and said that the people hurt in automobile accidentsbut
Wire-19.3" Size 13 Jerkin| and meeting this afternoon.Mr. Methodist clearly trying to avoid tax legislation War Labor board was acting as a we are lax about preventing India Ink Wire Trays
% | program and are also shying away dictator when It ordered a closedshop accidents.
2'1' yards !5411 2s35-nchma' Short Chapman will give a talk.:J. Services at the Church next from the many measures which in any industry. The association Now, with the most horrible wave Marvel Punches ..

blollJe, I1S yards 35-inch W. Rltch.,, L. R Bristol and Chaplain Sunday will be as follows: face them regarding control over asked congress to "freeze the of destruction ever known to man

L. A. Shepherd will sing Church School 10 A. M. labor, wages and profits. status quo until we've won the war". approaching our shores, the futureof Scratch Pad Holders

"Stars of the Summer Night" and 11 o'clock. On the labor problem there is and added, "Which Is more important our nation depends on a quick Ink Eraser Stick Files
-Sundown.:.' Mrs. J. C. Henbree :Morning Worship clearly a wide divergence of opinion to a nation at war-national" reversal of that attitude. We mu.talve

............................... and Mr* E. C. Scott are hostesses Through Subject: 0"The b s e Church r vance Worships of Holy some labor's feeling rights that would legislation Increase security The bitter or union feeling security which? exists the cause every of ounce preventing of our a energy disasterfor to Ring Binders ,
I.... serving cookies and tea. Communion." difficulties while between union leaders and certain which there will be no cure. f
.... production .I Ir
...................... SUGAR RATIONING The Youth Fellowship Meetingswill others feel it is necessary to prevent representatives of management and both sides continues STENOGRAPHERS N O T E -

............................... This column baa been requestedto be at 7.00 P. M. All young demands any future for strikes higher or wages.continued are flooding without congress let-up with their ar PADS- ISo each- IIRADFOKD

announce that the Rationing people are cordially invited. increased guments.It COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
x DOpe,......... Board wishes all In this at 8.00 O' That production has the whole problem. BRADFORDCOUNTY
............... persona Evening Worship greatly this year Is unquestionable. may ba that
i district to register at the Raiford clock. Sermon Subject: "Makingthe Donald Nelson head of the War instead of being decided in congress DR. LEMUEL COLSON

ISa........ u:........" school house on May 4, 5, 6 or 7, Best Of Life." Production board, haw predictedthat will be dumped Into the lap
"'4 M. of the year this of Paul McNutt. chairman of the DENTIST TELEGRAPHPhone
from 9 A. M. to 5 P. '' Service at the Church by the end
'Cil .aawie. emna lSotr&ulela Prayer' overcome the re new War Manpower commll.lon..nd
every Wednesday at B P. M. built Daby the Axis nations Sidney Hiilman. recently appointed OFFICE 129 CALL ST.
new Mr. and Mrs. :Miner Page and to the 29
,11Ua Patterns Hub- I Visitors are welcome at. all during the last decade.! "We have special assistant ADKINS BLDG.
St.. New Ion Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. ot President on labor matters. Both
battle production
Y.rk N. Y. : not yet won: our ,
bard Davis, Mrs. Melvin Moll man tlmel. -C. C. Powell. ." he said, "but I honestly be- wlU nave wide powers over labor. Ii

and son. Melvin.,Jr. sister and I i

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1::W} : f,; Jr 1'' THIS=- --- WEEK- IN THE WAR 13 GRADUATESGET DIPLOMAS: Green ReelectionBy EndorsedFor Funeral Mrs.WednesdayFor Holtzendorf automobile To Florida Use plans Same tags to over Tags uSe again the same next War to not elated meet fixtures Production priority and bo-consjt-, -,,t4,_

I .ttf (A nummary of Information on the Important developments of the Continued from one) Officials Wilmer T. Holtzendorf 46, Friday
Mrs. both
'\ ( page and thus save metal
,! \, J I I ,I! .......k. m....., avnltuntp. by nfflclal) ource (In the Office of GovernmentIteportn High Vincent's Hospital year It will( have

." "lfJII .. b Wannlng-tan .D. c..) --- .- --_.. _. ___ _ l tence. Fifty percent of the national died in St. at and manufacturing! costs e a 11 and septic tank, Land 11[:
--'-- '- 30 Completing afternoon
ri 4WI1 .. Starke "Fla.! : April Jacksonville Monday mated at approximately $25,000. fitted' WIU b

HKKN: : POINT PKOOKAM between 21 and 42 years of age. Income must be spent to a brief tour of Florida 6 o'clock after a lingering Ill Instead of purchasing: a new 20x20 feet ',nawV tJ\If.\ I
this he said ness. She was born in White motorists will receivea be
war simply
prosecute tag
to Congrem d and sent to Green predictedat In a week
President RooHevelt cent approv Congressman Lex: he
4r and had saw,
16 1896
"All' those conquered nations!! have Springs Feb. tab dated 1943 to attach to
4 ; Congress a seven-point program of the President the 19 billion war conditions which his home in Starke tonight lived in Bradford County for the their present tags. The tabs

i44 wartime economic controls In. appropriation bill providing $17- dropped back to that he would,be reelected to Congress part 23 years.In would be so made as to fasten AH Florida j I3

eluding heavy taxation general I 40O million for the Army and $1- existed before the discovery of .. from, the State at LargeIn addition to her nusband she over the corner of the old tag that
the. world. If the Axis nations -,
600 million for the Navy. Congress new ToWILBUR
4 j rationing of all scarce commodities the first nrfmarv.: which is May Is survived byfix 'brothe : now carries the date "1942."
) also sent the President win this war all the freedom -
to '
tt i and stabilization of wages. of 5.: Green,'Xj.lio has ably represented Claude E. Jones, Live Oak E. It is also planted to furnish
1 He proposed that the net Income legislation to authorize expansionof won through the Second Congressional O. Jones and Cecil E. Jones of motorists with a rear window c!

,' ; of any Individual be limited to naval shore facilities by $800 ,' growth and toll will be lost.? District for:the past 17 1-2 year, Bartow Fred Jones and J. W. ticker showing; 1943 tax pal4 as

Tt $2 .OOO a year. after payment of million. The Navy said high Ninth Grade certificates were took advantage), of the recent recess Jones of Tampa. and T. T. Jonesof an added precaution in the eventof Of Uii.j ,

;i taxes. The President describedthe school graduates between 18 and presented by S. E. Sparks chair of th*.Oorigrew to speak in 'Houston; Texas; and four .sisters J loss of, the metal tab. State The)

"" 1L1it4. K program as one of "equality 27 may now qualify to become man of the County Board of Public many places In the State and to : Mrs. W. D. Grogan of Atlanta Motor Vehicle Commissioner Drig- Producers' c ,

tj4i! I ot privilege" for all Americana In aviation officers with the rank of Instruction. In the absence* of confer with''bis' friends from all Ga., Mrs., T. N. Oliver gers said. Railroad Comn
in the Naval Reserve
: i4 bearing the burdens of total war. Ensign County Sup e rintendent W. E. parts of th.' tate. Lakeland Mrs. Charles E. Willis

JI j : Mr. Rocwevelt said two point Second Lieutenants in the Marine Middleton because of illness, high As senior member' of the Flor- of Mulberry and Mrs. Ben Jackson $ 99.50 House (Against. Jerry Carte'

of the program require legislation I Corps, Reserve.IsELJECTIVK school diplomas went presentedby ida Congressional delegation In of Bartow. No 2))

,t q4y J lmponlnjr heavy taxation to : SERVICE Principal E. L. Williams. Mr. Congress), he is familiar with the Funeral services were held ,at According to R. H. Mathe & 1. PEOPLE ARE VIU

4il 1 keep profits at a low level and Selective Service Headquarters Williams also presentedthe various problems needs and requirements the Methodist Church Wednesday Son, contractors, who are doing to the Importance of B

/ I stabilizing farm prices. The other Instructed State Director to place awards to the members of of all Florida. He holds assignment .; afternoon at 3:30: o'clock with the work F. O. Peterson the mission which tle'h

1. five points proposed by the PreslVfc men with dependents! into two the senior class. Marjorie Thompson on the following House, the Rev. G. C. Powell pastor! of dairyman I la having a low-priced RATES: and SUiT!

.;. i It i dent. adequately covered by existing classification!)-3-A for those not Rosier was pronounced the Committees: (1) Rivers and Harbors ficiating. Interment was in the war-time residence built on his RaIlroads, Trucks.

.... ..i. legislation, call for general engaged In essential war work most outstanding senior and her ; (2) Flood Control; ((3) Immigration Crosby Lake cemetery.Pall property on Road 28 ;just southeast Telephones

price ceilings on commodities and and 3-D for those who are engaged name will be inscribed on the Bal- and Neutralization; ((4) bearers were: Charles E. of town. It will be a frame :2. PRODUCERS: (IIhl'

... Tflt. wage stabilization at present In essential war work. No four plaque which hangs on the Territories. lie I la Chairman of Willis T. M. Oliver Ben Hall, R. 4-room house with bath room but freight) NEKI KIXQ(),
.1 !1 levels, I Increased savings walls of B. H. S. Buddy Davis K. G. Duncan and A. tlve
men with dependents will betaken the last-named Committee whichIs C. Buford Farmer Cllm ,
? through purchase. of war bonds, received the Science award and it rinriiT COURT BRADFORD .....
until all available physicallyfit the ,only regular Chairmanshipheld O. Anrdeu.De ('Olr' TY FLOUIUAl IV ('II\:VKRY Merchant HE I IH i tI...
... : rationing of all essential commodities Joe Allen Lander and Margie Witt C. Jones in (' give
men without dependents are by Florida in the House or was chargeof Produceiit Rand .
Mathews. being outstanding sentors Henry John Penoak. plaintiff, vs. |
of which there are scarcities taken, those in the 3-A classification Senate. He Is now serving and funeral. arrangements Marilyn Gallagher Pencak Defen fight for Rate L
: liL and further curtailment 6f .credit will be called first. The were presented with books has for served as dant C'aM No 1990. which will leave .
Danfortti Foundation.A. many years ORDER OF. PUBUOATION1 met,n
bythe AND
: and Installment buying.ItPGISTKATION '
-. t5 Army said persons with disqualifying Assistant .Democratic- Whip. ; Thursday Closing NOTICW TO APPKAIl I'roducera potkeu mi
physical defects which can J. Thomas, representing the of STATE FLORIDA .19: Marilyn more Inilustrlnt tooori
MI'GAR : He said "XTflnd the
corrected will American Legion. presented the .. people : Again Debated : al who"" residence 8.
ta.rw.encak. THE
_ ..1 The Office of Price Administration be : be classified 1-A our 'great State. gravely concernedwith la, :: PEOPLE; Nt]
(suspended) and reclassIfied! as Legion awards to Idalou Davis 'You arc required to appear on FIGHTER. He
Issued Instructions for the the crisis and r
i warp cooperate Aa usual this time of there June
: Int..
and Coolidge Gassett which are year 1942. In the above named
1-A when the defects are cleared way by Hard
.s sugar rationing program calling; ing fully/and wholeheartedly with Court and caunn wherein plaintiff Work (
_ given each year to the boy and has been considerable discussion \
I I for registration of private consumers up.CIVILIAN'. effort. They seeks dlvorre an&Custody of Child Sense and PeMl t nwj
our war
i supreme and conjecture on the part of the
_ girl "who best represent those Bradford County Telegraph shall
people, he i U .
at elementary nchoola May SUPPLY qualities and abilities which if feel that my long experience and people as to whether or not the publish thin Order In next tourweekly FOR ft,
__I 4 through May 7. Retail In the will be IHHUCH.WltneH AND HE DOtSV
sugar seniority Congress
The WPB reduced the numberof cultivated, are calculated to 'result business houses of Starke will observe my hand and official
_ sales banned throughout the nation sizes and models of storage In better citizenship." helpful in the war effort. Manyof the Thursday halfholidayas ,*.al at Stark, Florida, this April
'. 'L) I' for a week will be resumed I my' friends appreciate and approve JDth 1943OFFICIAL, t. MS KNTIRE ,gone
batteries from about 73 to IS, they did before the Blanding (
J. TThomaii
Members of the class
4q I. May 5 when rationing goes Into ,and ruled purchasers must torn, in ) graduating the strong endorsement for "boom." An Clerk; nf said T'ourt: 8-1 Mti 5-2J of Unselfhh f,

_ 't. effect. Consumers may purchase to retailers a used battery Order were: Jacqueline Andrews Eu- my reelection by the officials of Since in some, localities .the Win. r>. Morgan. Jacksonville. Fla. vice,- Soberness, Faln!
Atty. for Plf.ciRcriT
: of with of gene Beam Iretta Brannen I esty and Courage.
:4 one pound sugar to our war administration and are
get a new replacement battery.The Thursday afternoon half-holiday
1irt: the first four stamps in the war Board also curtailed new telephone Claudie Bell Brown. Carrie Belle responding! nobly to 'the, war ad- begins the first .Thursday in May .y rot'RT, nftJtnronn 5., ,AS RAILROVO n,
: Coker Buddy Davis. :I. E. Denmark : iTOirNTY FLOIUOAl I'V CHA1VfcKKY. SIGNER
ration books. These he will be
_ stamps cover installations. Only persons ministration's request for my reelection PoliceChief A. L. Alvarez con- ,, :' II J
14..i approximately two-week periods Doris Dyal Darrah Elder; to Congress.' They ; Helen Srrreto. ,Plaintiff, fred for the peopie-ae
appear vs.
and organizations engaged in direct tacted a -few of the merchants Informally I .
from May S to June 27. Ovid Flitch, Dorothy Green Doro- to feel long' Berreto. Defendant. CAM* No. 1991.' that while in thai&
that experIence i
_ _& 'war work are certain/ obtaining GriffIn Clifton my during the past week to .ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND.
_ .1 Registration tor" gasoline ration thy Hayes Enos will NOT run for
and high and Important NOTICE TO APPEAR i aD1
the feel them
new telephone service out the "It
_ '45 cards will be held in elementary Hayes Othma Haynes. Jr:, Hilda Committee ,assignments will be on subject. STATE Of ,FLORIDA to: Fred 8. Thru OLD frlndil
Board said. Manufacturers fan- seems it Is hard for them to get Ftacrvto! of Z51 ht' Ave.
Jackson Odell Jones Kingston
., schools In 17 Atlantic CoastaJ Juanita NEW ones, Hold ]
1 'r; not farm \ helpful to am Florida particularly on u
new : *
_ equip machinery together said the Chief Wed yv.u
Kalch Joe ; :
Lander Madeline Lecin .required
states and the District of Columbia this arc to appear on -
12/13 14. with rubber tlreB after April .30,, Bertha Loper Margie' Mathews ,,during ,emergency. nesday. "They don't want to close June Int., '1944. In the Above namrd
May and Gasoline lUNG IS
with certaln'exceptlons.TRANSPORTATION Selma McCall Buck 'Ihave.Wd ,.to the people 9t unless it Is unanimous nor do Court and cause4 'whsr.in'p1intiff' I no.
; McMillan
drr ratIoning will go Into effect In Ke C k> dlvoreev Biadford' County
_ ._' '. ,li these states May 15, OPA said. Josephine McNcal Sylvia Morse Florida- ihlti'" ,particular time they feel that'they can lose the T.l icraph shall publish''this Order He Will Dimply A
only.one..pl.Igi and that pledge business now that there I Is some In, noxt1 four, weekly issue.. ''
The of Ralph Nettles, C1 I e 0 Norman YOUR-VOTE: AND/
amount the ration will be Defense Witness
Transportation Director I Is to ". my tmnd and. official
.continue business.
determined by the petroleum sup Eastman prohibited all special Dorothy Norman Velma Norman regardless *l ,*t Starke.1 Florida' this April SU1'I'ORTPolitical
of persona) 10-r political conse- 7 is the first 29fh' 1942 .
; May Thursday in
ply situation at the time of regis deliveries' beginning May 13, and Mae Parker. Shirley Pullet Jewell (OFFICIAL EAiX .'A..T. Thorns
.. quences'for.every for the month. 11 ( Adv. Pail|
measure does not
tratlon. limited to once daily to Reddish, Freeman Register Patsy seem As Clerk of said Court 6-1 .St. 5-22
any person Roberts Paul Rogers Marjorie the success of the war effort. The' likely that this half-holiday will B.: K, Perrvman... Stark v. Florida Friends)
deliveries of local
carriers. ,
WAR BONDS AND FINANCESThe Rosier, David Shuford Bertlce response of our friends has been begin in May. if at all this sum Pit..
J He said present uniform business so wholehearted .,__ ._ _-__, .__
in all -
Treasury reported Its drive hours should be Sllcox Geraldine Sllcox Leonard parts of mer the Chief said. He will --- -
staggered school
*, ? for war bond purchases with at hours changed. labor shifts Smith Louie Lee Wainwright the State until I firmly believe make a more thorough canvass of
_ rear-
_ 1i U least 10 percent of the total national ranged and group riding institutedto Lawton Youngblood. that we" will win in the first pri- the situation'next week however BARNEY COr
- Income will begin May 1. mary. and report his findings later.
effect steady use of mass ,transit The audience sang America the CandidateCongressmanAt1
The drive will have quotas of $600
: facilities and to eliminate benediction was pronounced by
million for May $800 million for
several hours overload. Rev. Chas. Allen In the absence
June and $1 billion for July. It CLASSIFIED
of the Rev. Thomas
; : will be conducted tbrough State J. Murphy Subject .. Drmornllt I fyi
and the High School band
;,; and County campaigns the pay Building Permits recessional. playedthe PfcATFORM

roll savings plan and volunteer Speedy, victorious promrij
RENT 6-room farm
,- one FOR SALE 10-room house
minute men. Bureau of the Bud- Bradford .Engineering Company war.
t'' house, electric lights one mile Bleeping porch. two baths, closein.
get Director Smith announced Increases contractor and Charles Darby New Trailer Park south of New River anation $20 Outlaw b* Legislation itrlk
; Suitable for rooming house I
In owner 4802.20 on April 22 for lockouts In War IrduBlrln, !
proposed war expenditures
Opens pee month. R: S. Johns Lake desirable location. :Box I
TodayThe very 268 ,
concrete block store 80 fc T5 on and
for fiscal 1943 from $::16 billion '' portatlon Communlc
_ .. the corner of and Call Butler., Itp Stark., Itp .' !
to $70 billion. He estimated Bay streets) citizens ot Yr ;- I the duration with a llraiui|
Starke [
including .
T. A. May manager of Western : I prdflU on war contmcti.
war expenditures would reach FOR ..
RENT house
a 6-room
I.,. A. Canova -I arge :TENT FOR
chairman of the SALE-slxe 16 1-2x _
; : rate of $9 billion a month by Sep Union permit to install a sign furnished. Hot and cold water. _,,, Preservation of American (C
City Council A. L. 20 feet
between Alvarez Chiefof ; heavy, water-proof ,
the.curb and the side- tlonal
tember. .. povernment.
-:-O. R. Whjtehead Lawtey. It ,
walk In front of the Western Police and D. I. SIgman. sanitary ; with poles; $40. See J. N. ', Elimination of want

tI : TUB ARMED FORCES: Union .building on Call street. to Inspector for the.Bradford- FOR UENT!: -rrooma for sleepingor Pierce, Bradford County Tele- ,-", ,-' Mobilisation of all mourn

The War Department said college be set In concrete base and to be Clay Health Unit seem to be unanimous for lighthouse-keeping.) Mref. graph. It the War Effort.Extermination .

_ students may enlist as privates placed. so aa not to be a hazardto In the opinion that alongfelt F. M. Griffin Graham. It Fifth C|
WANT all
BUYERS!: for Iota in and of
In the Army Air Corps ret parking cars; April 23-This has been met in
k activities.
t serve on a deferred basis and continue permit issued to J. B. McCreary the establishment of a trailer park FOR RENT-Two 3-room cot- near Starke. Prices reasonableand

; their education until required to construct three small frame just south of Starke on Road 13. tages w I ti shower' commode, terms liberal. D. E. $ BARNEY J. 4- Your Vote and Support WillOrarlounlr
for It Is scheduled to be to and lavoqatory ,kitchen sink. Knight. 4-10 4t ApprrrUIri" |
_ __ Army training. The Army buildings to be used as office and opened I of Orlando, few ...
Air Corps requested the Civil residence fosj duration of contract the public today. Furnished completely with new ROOM WANTED Permanent Ceegress..sn-at-Large (Paid Political Advertli

t'. Aeronautics A d m Inlstratlon to with City of Starke. said build. For many months for purely furniture. One mile north of Starka man desires nice clean .__ -p-p-

supply 2.000 civilian: flight instructors Ingi to be removed upon completion sanitary reasons the City Council Starke on State Farm Road. room or small light housekeeping -

r, within the next 60 days. of contract: Gladys Harrington and other citizens and Government $35 month.= -D. A. Judd. S-l-2tp quarters. Call Carlton tele- .

.r The CAA was allocated $2.000,000 $350, April 27 for con- officials interested In phone 29.
', by the Army to train holders of struction of frame residence 18 x Starke as a defense area have IT
able for two
private licenses who do not have 20 feet lot been clamoring for couples. Adults.
on 4. block 19 of the some modern bedrooms LOST one small black-and-

_ i sufficient flying time to qualify as Livingston Truby and Company's sanitary trailer park where those rest mattresses and kitchen.continuous Beauty-hot brown brindle female pup with NOT"!
Instructors i Candidates must be subdivision. living in trailers might find a white ring around neck. Finder ,
water. MM.O.. A. Schenck ,,
: .
,, healthful haven. The Council has call and get reward. Mrs. W. ,
-rU f I'----- p __-p- _. Waldo Fla., It
f 4 .eufl-- spent much energy and let: off M. Ward Ward's Radio Service Last Summer

much steam in trying to find a HOUSE, ,FOB RENT two miles It

1_ Prompt Service Careful Drivers solution to Starke's trailer prob- from-,,towpon Road 28., Itp Suit Did Not Fit .

... lent without actually running LOST-spotted pinto pony (mare). I
them out of town. FOR SALE-1939 4-door Ford Finder please see or write But Now It Does

Starke Taxi Fifty acres will be devoted to 'Deluxe sedan. Good -rubber. F. .Lam B. Hughes. Jr., Route 2., I '

Service, the new park. Three cabins are C. Holllngsworth, Phone 62. lip Box 292-B 'Starke for reward. T Perfectly.Your .

already built and space enough FOR SALE-Fryers. one and a Itp w __ ,

i Phone 150 other cleared acreage to park to SO clear trailers as needed., with !I half New pounds Hampshire up. Day-old reds< hatched chicks. GOOD PLACE to park trailers. 2 Suit Can Be Remade To Fit Yoj

Concrete toilets. shower baths weekly. E. E. Wasdln. three unfurnished rooms for rent. Private By Ed. Prince At The Starke-BU
laundry sheds electric lights and miles ,. entrance good water. 1,1-2
SLY. north of Waldo State
Day NightSHAFKIN'S practically all conveniences have road 13. on 5-1 3tp mi. off Road 28, I 1-2 ml... north TailorsWE

been provided. More cabins will of Theressa P.O.-Mrs. Rosa

c ,__-,-_- -. p __ also be built as needed. FOR SALE!:-86 acrea land on Constantine, Theressa. Itp SPECIALIZE IN DRY
pip ,
p-- "This Is something we have Highway 13. Just north State CLEANING FOR CIVILIANS ,

1 ,, --- -- -'--- -.--.- __--- -Th long needed," L. A. Canova said. Farmers Market, east of high LOST-male Boston terrlor bulldog BEAUTIFUL WORK AT PRE-WAR PRICES]
"I think it will help sanitary con- way.-C. C. Wynn Hampton answers to name of Mike.

ditions." Both he and Chief Al- Fla. 5-l-8tp Last seen Sunday morning ED PRINCES

varea stated that now that this wearing leather harness. Screw

trailer park I s available there FOR SALE3-On' Highway 1 1-2 tall: dark brindle: with usual STARKE BLANDING AILORSOpposite

should be no excuse for people miles southTof town of Lawtey, Boston bull markings. Suitable

parking their trailers a I lover 20 acres ''more or less with rewarl& Olin W. White P., O. Park Theatre Starke, FJa.

1 town. D. I. SIgman concrete block building. Price Box 322 Starke. Itp
JEWELRY sanitary -
", has long been an ardent $1,200 with term to suit pur

I ___ advocate of such a move on the chaser. J. L. Ha'rrell, Lawtey FLORIDA TIMES-U N ION has
\ HEADQUARTERS Fla. opening for carriers in this vi
part of the City and welcome. it 5-l-3tp

1 now that. it is a reality. WANTED-Clean cotton rags. No cinity.essary. See Car Mr.and Reeves cash bond, care nec of JAMES Jimmie R. BOYD J

p pants or socks accepted. Brad- Mrs. ( )
_- _-___,-_.-__ _s-s Save All Bags ford County Telegraph. tf Starke.Epperson, So. Walnut St.Itp, ,

4 I -S -rrff 66r ..
Florida farmers, fertilizer companies or s-- ----- - CANDIDATE, FOR

and feed dealers are do-

ing everything possible! to conserve + EMORY II. CONGRESSSECOND
and re-use cotton and burlap
.f MAKE YOURSELECTIONS:: bags of all kinds says H. G. DISTRICT

Clayton.. chairman of the Florida PRICEFOR
NOW FORMother's USDA War Board. The Department .
... or 6 V ..
of Agriculture has Just an- .' .
nounced an Intensified
program CONGRESS ,.
for the conservation of bags for Hear Him

packaging agricultural commodi 2nd District :May 1 A."MWMBR:
8:15: :
Day objectives of the : .. .
programare -- ------ May ; '
2.8:5A. M. ,WJHP
i to urge farmers to handle c .
bags carefully so they. can be Dependable Capable '
used ,, May 4, 6::30. A. M. WJHP
repeatedly. and to
the promote "Ask Those Who Know "
.. quicker return of usable bags
into trade channels. It is designed Emoi Crrrpsj--S.'..JJ -C
to offset a serious
shortage of
r______ _.
bags and -
bagging material in- "Experience arid Qualify Him To
-tI TilE STORE ALL SOLDIERS KNOW duced ,by. the war.MANUSCRIPT. '..., Your Vote And Support

Will Be Appreciated Represent 'You"

CO'ERS1 ',,

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