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 8, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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deal sticS' It!I' 1'elate Bright nr telegram of April Jr.from.28 received Mayor Price Sugar Cards Green VictorCongressatLarge UNOFFICAL TABULATION I]Inman WinsReelection '. ,

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1Nathe loart rotor, D.of Leon C.the,: war economic Run Short Here First !1

which office baa of today price been ad- Bulletin:Becamte: shortage of Primary i.: g t s .. To ;
P o; hag designated an material hampered the registration In 1st Primary Bradford i j t i .

ore racing your community of sugar applicant yesterday .. "- !
ease rental area. Copies official. announced> late County rolling only 5O percent of their g
u Continuing7hi! ;march to higher J 1 j
tam Ira designation describing and this reconv area' Thursday continue that the registrationwould honors and greater heights of :t j J J qualified strength 2,183 Bradford!

. NlHA 1 to through today public Service, Starke's) Congressman County electors drifted to the ballot
(have been mailed you. and tonight (Friday). \Ve will '
la to Lex Green won a first ,primary CONGRESSMAN.AT boxes Tuesday and registered
e of message see that every one who wishes i
'!. u that this action has Aviation cadet to register' ha the oppor-' victory Tuesday for the new .LAIBGE their choices In a primary election
Ralph Rhodes
'Tau I job of Florida's congre*! <-mun-at- .
tta'St'Ij en II an Important part left Monday for Maxwell Field unity," they said large. .4 Barney J. Cohen 37 33 14 3 3 6 4 11 113 that brought forth a last minute

road national effort tog Alabama where he will enter On the basis of Lox Green 340 708 263 52 76 42 38 272 1791 show of mild Interest after the,,
costs and to asI Allot Bradford Incomplete figures .
living and most'efroduction training lilt a pursuit pilot In the County wants received at,,Green headquarters Earnest Overstre< U 53 41 12 32 6 11 26 225 quietest campaign ever witnessed
maximum -and from the
I IT. 8. sugar reports those
Army' Air After Wallace
Corp Tervln
a here 16 18 6 3 here.
until 1
for war purour registering individual up yesterday Lex 2 5 54 I
of 7
period 1-8 months he will receive had
comments and tug- the Starke a majority of around 6,000 Showering their favors
1 I a commission. a a second! : Armory this week, CONOUESRM.\N upon II
1I upon the recommenda- lieutenant. It would appear that everybody votes over the' combined tally of 2nd Dhltrlct I Lex Green Starke candidate for ;
Ich have been made with in the County is going there to his three opponents.*. Most of the! CongrcHHman-at-large. by giving j '
I James
precincts still unreported were R. Boyd, Jr 12 49 IS 2 3 5 4 11 10' him the
0 rent problems In your register. J. L. Peek Secretary to II largest number of votes-
rat rural districts, where tthe Starke J. O. (Jim) Cary 98 236 70 3' 24 4 15 1,791-polled in
ty will be most welcome Flitch the Rationing Board, was so busy 38 490 the county. Qradfordlte -
d M iciuferaon AdmInistrator., Erecting that ha could not take time out Congressman was tshowing his Zach H. Douglas 54 334 153 54 71 29 18 175 888 also put the stamp of ap-
>(t OMr of Price Administration." to give a. report for the paper. heaviest strength> I T. W. ParsonsJr' 5 25 8 1 2 0 0 6 41 proval on George H. Inman for 1.

>ndllOAl i ily thing new or startling And to add Insult to Injury, Earnest Overstrect, second!!' high Emory H. Price 198'' 133 49 3 4 13 13 28 HI state r e pre sentative, Zach H.

i dbca i e contents of this tele- Ready Cut Units about the time they got to going man, conceded Qteyelection. ,'I Helen Hunt West 11 24 8 3 8 2 2 5 65 Douglas for Congress, H. 1. Se $
the fact that the thing well, they ran out of the necessary stating from his ftome#) in Miami: W bring for Supreme Court Justice i'
tarke baa been expecting Melvin Futch is blanks to sign up the people. "I have apparently lost. I haveno SVPRE3IF/: COl'RT E. S. Matthews and Jerry W. '
erecting four
DDK b really coming.: It small ready-cut houses on his lots But. knowing Uncle Sam as. we \ regrets over making the race JUSTICE: Group S Carter for the State Railroad ,
t bout 60 days off. But, Isuythlng near the Intersection of Church do, and the Rationing Board and as I am sure that I know my H. L. (Tom) Sebring 161 486 200 32 70 39 24 145 1131 Commission.

| new or different, and Jefferson streets. They are Mr. Peek BB we do, we are sure state much better and am a bet- Theo T, TurnbulJ 64 102 40 13 22 8 8 30 281U. Inmiui Re-Herled \. :,
T ? Will there, In truth made In Lake that all who make an honest effort ter citizen thereby./ In a spirited contest George H.
hinge In the rent sltua- Carter Lumber City by the, and Emery to register will be allowed to Green's Statement U. COhi311SSIONF! B, Inman, Bradford's representativeIn .,
Company are
I'aUl ese are questions which shipped In sections to the place do so sooner or later. From his home' here, Lex yes- Group 1 the State Legislature for the

Iy asked but more dlfflw. where they are to be erected. The teiday' Issued. the following state- Raymond J. Davis 89 136 47 18 32 8 13 47 385 past two sessions, defeated Jake I

floor roof, walls and ceiling all ment: "Returns Indicate that we Eugene S Matthews 142 4-5 213 29 U 35 24 145 1077 P. Roberts, local automobile .\
y, many friends and foes Churches Pla carried approximately 60 counties, Charles M. dealer, by 1,299 to 839.
come in sections, the walls and n Stewart 64 68 30 7 21 3 8 29 230
1 of the opinion that ceiling being ,of fir plywood. and have won In the first pri- The vote on conl'res manat'I''I I'
fc( ought to be done to mary. I am deeply and profoundly RAILROAD LO3LN1YSIONER. large In this county :
I tide of high rents. PracII Glowers Rivenbark and Ford Vacation School grateful to my friends In all partsof Group 2 Green 1,791; Earnest Overstreet ,

U! newcomers to Stark Rivenbark tract from, brothers the have the con- the State for' their wonderful I I H. M. (Harry) Burch 18 48 32 3 4 2 0 12 119 223: ; Barney J. Cohen 113; Wai. !
I all who have Emery Carter support and Gratitude Is ; lace Tecvln 04.
to rent f<h'i
pay W. '
Jerry Carter
: 191 438 173 43 62 I
Lumber Company to put these 27 29 140 1105<<
] bin of the price they haveor up T. n e annual vacation church memory of the beart. and I want Wilbur C. For a successor to Mr. Green
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buildings, and the former stated 05 21 5 23 18 3 31 210
each of to >know that I
rooms, apartments and school held each summer jointlyby you am L In the Second' District. Bradford
R. .
Tuesday that the buildings cost (Bob) Sweger 19 37 26 1 i
And at least some of the St. Marks Episcopal and deeply appreciative of the honor 0 2 12 122 Countians voted: Zach H. Douglas
ho rent, toss ,upon their 1580 each plus freight, and couldbe First Presbyterian' churches 0'. and confidence you have accordedme. LEGISLATURE 888. J. O. Cary 490, Emory H. I.
lat night with an uneasy erected 'in five hours-Including Starke will begin next Monday .' I.shall do i all within my George H. Inman 268 h21 Price 441 James R. Boyd 104, I
everything1. The houses 12x20 2115 36 75 13 24
ilk 147
are 1299
i bectiue' of the exhor. morning at the Episcopal rectory, power to merit this confidence'' by Helen Hunt West 65. T W. Par-
a feet; have an 8-foot ceiling, and doing my full part la ,effort Jake P. Roberta 11S0 276 100 37 U 4:1: 26 162 839 j
Jtt they charge, but try with an expected enrollment of our war I ions, Jr. 47.Sebring.
ells Awl fcl I* themselves by saying, each consists of. two rooms and BO to 60 young people. it and by reprf< enUnjg you and Favored ; I,

[odyVdoIng It." "Wheft" b&u. '-' The- school will be held through the entire"stateurinctentlously In the race for,Sla.... .Supreme ,, :S'"'; 'I ,1
C do as Rome does." "We have already put up about May 22, with 10 'days of study in apd humbly" ,In the halls of Congress -,[Price And Cary In Run-Off/ Contest Court the Bradford County vote I ',

er t to reduce rents in deeaaor 20 such houses' In and near Bible and handicrafts, said the was; H. L. Sebring,1157: Theo, T,
at least stabilize Starke. and four at Keystone Rev. Charles Allen, director and Yesterday afternoon, with reports Turnbull 287 I

umiC" the following areas are Heights," Mr. Rivenbark, sat d. I pastor of the Presbyterian church. from 1401 of the state's For Congress In Second DistrictTwo for Railroad Commissioner

jdttlgnated by the Price ':"But we are now building the I Children between ages three and 1480 precincts unofficially reported Group 1: E. S. Matthews 1077, .
rator an areas where de- last ones, as the freezing order IS Inclusive will be accommodat- the tabulation was : Green Raymond J. Davis 385, CharlesM
Ictlvttles! have resulted Inaae has already come through for ed.The 120,448; Overttreet 81,117} Tervln Jacksonville men-Emory two years ago and was defeated Stewart 230. .
i In the rents for hous- them to stop." school will be conducted 18,497; Cohen 16884. H. Price and J. G. Cary-will enter by Green.
sid modatlona inconsistent Mr/ Futch Is erecting four of from 9 to 12 each morning, Mon a second Judge Si-bring Blerled For Railroad C o m m lII. toner I
primary contest for
,,. Group 2: Jerry W. Carter '
e them, but it is understood that he of the two- H. L. Tom 1100 I f'
purpose of the Emer- day through Friday, Sheriff Rewarded the of ( ) SebrlnR, circuit Wilbur
III' privilege representing the C. King 210, R. L.
rice Control Act of 1942 'la erecting two together on one week session, and diplomas will be Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Sweger
111 eonHtltute defense-rental lot In order to meet the city awarded to those pupils attending For Good Driving Second District in Congress, the scored an overwhelming victory 122, Harry M. Burch 119. I

be known by the names I ordinance r that only one such eight or more days of the session. seat which will soon be vacatedby In his race for'Justice of the IteildlMh Elected:I '
the following table." In I IIe house may be erected to the lot The theme of the school will be According to the Charley E. Lex Green, Florida's new congressman State Supreme Court. With 1,300 In County Commissioner District I
there are eight areas j and that at the rear and only for "Paul and Modern Missions." Two Johns Insurance Agency, SheriffA. -at-Iarge. precincts. reported, Sebring had No. 1, P. D. Reddish, Incumbent .
lilt under this provision, I the duration of the housing 45-mInute periods each day will O. Andreu has been' grantedthe With 254 of 267 tallied 124,254 votes to 43,930 for defeated T. T. Blackburn, by a '
Wnesvllle. Starke defense-j emergency. be devoted to this subject, with a i "Safe Driver Reward" by the precincts tab- his opponent, Theo. T. Turnbullof score of 268 to 199. t tA
rear being one of them. 30-mlnute worship service open- : Fireman's Fund Indemnity Co., of ulated, Price had 15,222: to Cary's Montlcello' chairman of the neck-and-neck race in County .
eces ulty for the stabtllza- j Inspectors Named ing the day's work. One 30-mlnute New York for his safe driving, 14,805. The third man, Zach H. State Democratic Committee Commissioner District No. 2 resulted $
d reduction of rents for period will be used for handicrafts I not having bad, an automobile accident Douglas of Gainesville, polled 12- First 1'rinuiry Victories In the election of L. 1. I
area housing accommoda-I For 2nd PrimaryThe such as leather work, metal during the,year. This reward follows Other candidates trailed as Both Incumbent state railroad Conner by a narrow margin of '!
on account of the loca- tapping Jig saw work, plaster ; carries with it 'not only a Helen : James R, Boyd 8.530: ; commissioners, up for. re-election, 9 votes. The count was Conner ,
[wtabllahments of the arm- following clerks and Inspectors modeling and wood burning. I certificate, but al a A check, for Parsons Hunt _West 1,999' ;; T. W were apparentflrst. primary vic 410 to 401 for W. Mitch Edwards
oilnued on page ten) t were selected by the Boardof The Rev. Fred Yerkes, rectorof I |4.67, which is' about i 15 percent Jr. 1,662. tors on the basis of returns from Incumbent;" member 'abd'pr.uot
County Commissioners at Mon- the Episcopal church will direct of the year's premium returned to Price a one-time railroad em 1,290 precincts. chairman of the board. Mr.: Connor -' :

t CHurch day's meeting for holding the second the worship services and co him because of his'' safe driving. ploye who made his political debut Eugene 8. Matthews of Starke a former chairman of the '

Democratic primary election operate., with, Mr, Allen in administration "This Is to certify," says the as a member of Jacksonville's received 92,887 votes to 37,969 board was defeated by a narrow,, ) I ..
ate May 26: of the school. Miss reward,> "that A. O. Andreu has City Council In 1929. Is 42 years for Raymond J. Davis of Lime- margin two ;years ago.t I
Precinct 1. Lawtey-Jake Shu- Ruth Thompson and Mrs. Charles been granted the safe driver reward old. He was named Duval County stone and 35,315 for Charles M. Run-Off Content Necessary ,
Organ Sunday ford, clerk; Darby Gasklns Mar- Ward will teach beginners, Mrs. !in recognition of careful supervisor of registration in 1932 Stewart of Bradenton. Lorenzo D. Green of Starke and S
e vin Thompson and Ed Durbin, Inspectors Charles Allen will have charge of ,driving and consideration for the and has been unopposed for the Jerry W. Carter polled 109,235to J.: 8. Norman of Lawtsy will enter
morning service, Sunday.. lives and property of others. For office since that time. a run-off contest for
a DIY ; primaries, and Mr. Allen and Miss 35,850 for Wilbur C. King of the position
Hammond the ded.cau. of Precinct 2, North Starke-S. O. Louise Chen will conduct classes this distinguished service to the Cary, 60, served several termson Zolfo Springs 23,096 for R. L, of School Board member ti;
at Organwl Denmark, clerk; Paul Raymond, for Intermediates and seniors. cause of safety and obedience t tp the Duval County Commission. Sweger of Clearwater and 20,825 from District No. 1 (Lawtey and
ft, the Baptist Church. R. V., Alvarez, and Lonzl L. Norman Miss Jewell Presnell will direct the law. the recipient has earned He sought the congressional post for Harry Burch of TallahasHee. North Starke.) The vote In this,
demonstrated less than the gratitude of the public, the race was: Green 414 Norman
Inspectors; folk games and songs. Other -------- 452.
9 slur within been bought Precinct 3. South Starke-Don teachers' will be announced later. police authorities and the Fire- 'I Barefoot and J. H. Moore third man. 350. J
: this time, and Hoover clerk; J. D. Bowers. E. I Mr. Allen urged all parents of man's Fund Indemnity Co." Lease Bishop MooreTo By precincts:
beta made fine Instrument, D. Jones and Perry Newsome Inspectors the two churches to register their Lot For DinerOf Preach HereOn Lawtey ,N, Starke s'
bons before war- ; children before 9 o'clock Monday Surprise Party Green 35 379

lad many prevailed fine in fac- Precinct 4, Graham-WKI Mc- morning, when the session will the many and varied types Thursday May 14, at 8:15: Norman 210 242
receiVed comments Ever, clerk; J. A. J. McKInney, begin. Registration blanks may Sunday AfternoonSunday of eating places of which Starke P. M, Bishop Arthur Moore will Moore 211 139
since It has George Rivers and J..H., Surrency be obtained at the Episcopal' and I
tea .,- 'aftetnon about o'clock boasts, perhaps one of the, most preach the Methodist Church. Kelly Elected
Inspectors; Presbyterian Sunday' Schools or : The service In School F
be Board District
lpeclal special No. 3
musical when S. A. Weldon and( Mayor unique and, modern Is pro-
P.Wadsworth ones yet to
program 9 ,Hampton-G. I
n keeping Precinct from the respective ministers.! gram formally opening the the incumbent O. C. Kelly defeated
with Mother' Jr. clerk Will Jones, N.. D. Wainwrlght. Jr., Commander come-the camp diner, or "dining
IU include ; Church School and Recreation E. /. Lewis, former, board .
an organ medl- Aaron Minton and'J.' B.' Prevatt, and Adjutant, respectively, of car" type. And Its arrival will
Building. member
1otber;' Lawtey Revival by a score of 311 to 274.
given the Jones-Langford-Whlte American not be
ova, by Mrs Inspectors; long postponed, accordingto Bishop Moore has been very In Precinct No. 6, ,Misq Ida' ,
Port walked into theMayor's
I duet organist "Mother's Precinct 6, Theressa-Garfield Starts May 17 Legion fix the W. T. Clute. realtor. greatly Interested In the work of Haican Democratic E x o u t Ive v
and Mr by Mrs Eo L. Johns clerk: H. D. May. Calvin office to up credentials Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot the church and the progress of Committeewoman retained' her
hens 1. G. Powell and I Hall and Guy Alderman, Inepectore "A lot of unsaved people do not for the delegates to the have agreed to lease to Thomas J. the recreation building. He comes position\ by defeating Mrs, Floy i
"Prevailing State convention to be held
ntalned POWer." I ; know they are lost and are bound Legion McCann of Daytona Beach, vice- to Starke in the midst of a very Sullivan 38 to 17
WIll be In the bulletin for I Precinct 1, New River-O. W. for eternal punishment In Hell," i in Orlando this week, they were' president of "Camp Diner," a lot busy schedule for the special service -
COmpOIIed a poem "Mother's I Andrews clerk: S. L. Crews. W. declared the Rev. Forbes E. Ful- greeted with a big surprise And, 50x90 feet at the corner of Call which will be held on that RebuildOn
of by Corp. RObert 'B. Lasenby, and Chester Moody, ler to a class in "soul-saving" last Incidentally so were two other and Cherry streets CO feet on date. Everyone who Is Interested May

UlUement: Camp Is Blanding. ,_ Inspectors; week at the Lawtey Baptist fellows! and Call street and 90 feet along Is cordially invited to be present Site Of FireThe
ot Vacation made of the Precinct 8, Brooker-A. B. Sur- Church. Louie Raymond Barney Cherry-for $75 per month. According I Bishop Moore Is one of the outstanding -
day at 9 Bible School rency. clerk; :J. V. Edwards. Jr., I Getting spiritually prepared for Wheeler two' white men who had to Mr, Clute ,who made preachers of the Methodist building just back of Car- '
dren, o'clock to which N. C. Mott and Guy Harrell. In their big evangelistic campaign been placed in the city jail for the deal lie "g/ound lease" Is Church and of America. penter's Drug store, which was
ages 4-16 are Invited. spectors. I,which starts Sunday May 17, a disorderly conduct had made a I for a period of two years, which Don't faU to hear him on May 14. for the past few months occupiedby
I number of church members are hole In the plastered wall leading j carries with it an option to pur- the A A Cafe and the

08 Buys Home More $499150 Houses taking advantage ofthe "soulwinning" from the jail Into the Mayor'soffice j chase the property within one Progress Vs. BeautyNine Starke Bakery which was burned
t.. 11. lemons that are being crawled through It. and year for $5,000.: several week ago Is being razedto

ibis Jenuing and gamily Before R. H. Mathe 4 Son, contractors given each Wednesday night. were crouching behind the door and in j| It Is stated that the dining car large oak trees which for the ground. The owners, Capt.J. .
lust week Into the the first Frederick P. Billings, ex-prize- .he office when the Mayor W. Brownlee and 'T, Frank I
back new had completed will be In operation within a few many years past have graced
Weldon walked tn
flier of of his Offlce.on low-priced house for, F O. PeUr- fighter and former*theatrical player Mr. They ,days. I East Call street lending summer Landrunv have: given the Bradford I''
Jefferson and his now forceful preacher of the were placed back in Jail and the I shade to Engineering Company the
tria Ie Bay son. the dairyman on prop- the weary traveller a.
It ,he' Purchased of Word of God la to be the evange wall 'was macle..more(secure.Awning II I contract to teD o'YtJth. debris and
agl) from ; a erty' on Road 28 ,southeast Not Much FireMr. well as beauty to'the eye of the
Of the Maurice Ed- Starke, he contracted with themto list. He Is a. young man. and esthetic, had to be cut down this clean up the lot.

1llpa1l7.Bradford Engines build two more such houses comes to Lawtey with a numberof Erected and )'Ir.. L. A. Rennolds week, in order to make room for While no definite plans have

the horse According to Mr. for rent. years of successful preaching contractor. erectinga 'had a fire scare at the Gardenia the wide Defense Highway No. been made as yet. owing to the
at and cousts of These houses are 20x20 feet, experience. A warm Invitation Is Ben Hall In front of Tourist Home Wednesday and 261 to Camp Blandlng. difficulty 0 f obtaining priority
ta bath Ie of aU- will have four rooms and a bath extended to aU to come and hear permanent awning ad- called the fire department but "Starke will never look the building materials. It I.. hoped

Oof eon.tructlon, and has 'an room without plumbing will have this wide-awake- preacher of the the Marcus to the Brown Postofflce.building Thisawning extinguished the blaze themselvesand same.. you say. No! Neither did Maurice Edwards of the Bradford' r

a 110 feet alts 011. a lot electric lights sink and septic Gospel. jacent will service the Postal notified the fIre fighters Broadway or 42nd Street. But do Engineering Co.. stated Wednesday
fOnatructe4 It was re.. tank will be painted and fitted Watch for further' Important Condon's Grill and Mr.Browns : there was no necessity for themto we' not have to take the bitter that they can proceed with. '
by the Bradrlng.Compan with flue and will cost $48950 announcement about these meetIngs Telegraph come. along with the sweet T a new building there soon. *

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the collection of a sales tax, notwithstanding the I Hershey said men who registeredlast Uttle nephew Ray, took dinner

The Bradford County/ Telegraph great amount of work this would entail upon the February 16 will be Included with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Parrish
local and family on the lake here Sun
> retail sales In June calls of every S3 Dofe
merchants. This held that the
,. group
y ir ...tabllAbed 1877 board. day. I,1e
tax was less Inflationary than the Treasury's pro-
&. L. !Malllirwa ---------H--- Ifclltor and Own..rSVUS'IUI'TION I Mrs Cella Jones was In Starkeon $
posal for a withholding tax. NAVY business Friday afternoon.

KA1K The sales tax will undoubtedly result in fewer The Marine Corps announcedits
Luther Harper and Tracy
;t I.OO- goods being bought by people of slender means, I maximum enlistment age Is out Jiuthor "How
Yearly, $1.73. ; Six Month, Saunders of Boomtown were of to Win Friend
but, as the Treasury Is interested in minimizing the now 33 Instead of 30. and height, Curtis Varnes Sunday ,
here to see
and Entered .. 8eoad amount of consumer goods so as to avoid Inflation requirements, range from 63 to 73 afternoon. md Influence People.r
rt>IlAhr Weekly on Friday 74. The
inches instead of 64 to <
a gain In this regard would be made. At this ,
i 1 .1 Class Matter at the Port Office at Btarke FU. Navy epartme\ reported Navy,, Mr and Mrs. Artford Brown
time when wages are high and the money volumein Marine Corps, -and Coast Guard and little son of Tampa arrived

1r/t/ t circulation is large, there Inevitably la going to casualties from December 7 to Wednesday night to be the guestof

1,200 Miles Of Coastline be sharp competition to obtain what available April 14 totaled 6,393, Including Mrs. Brown's father W. H.

goodo are on the market. A sales tax would act 2,991 dead. Smith and family. A BOOK MAY CHANGE

With a "shooting: naval war a very definite as a brake. Mrs. Margaret Brown and son, ;

t ( reality, the*odds that Florida might get a sample WAR LABOR St'PPLV Marvin, and Mrs J. C. Sapp and YOUR LIFE
One fact stands
out quite clear, and that Is v
ty'Y' ao-called "nulnance" raids have Increased President Roosevelt said plans sons, Bobby and Wayne were in
of the
and the need for an orderly, disciplined the more the war can be financed out of taxes instead to register 'women for war" work Starke Saturday on business, Have you read a good book lately? Are you letti

greatly, of borrowings, the less the war debt to be have been abandoned for the present after day go by, without getting some useful
1 under fire has increased In like proportion knot
qt.. population. passed on to the next generation. The proponentsof because there are more Horses And Mules from a book? There is no better way to forget the)

; l the sales tax feel they have a method that will women workers now who want of death in Europe than by losing
Those who think they would be calm and collected yourself in a'he
fGq raise a large amount of revenue and, at the same jobs than there are jobs available. Are RegainingOld stimulating, mind-quickening book
? in the midst of an air raid should recollect He said wanting to
time, do It La that will any
a way not be an undue Thoreau philosopher'and nature student
1 f the famous Orson Welles Invasion, from Mars get Into war work may registerat ImportanceTo was i
hardship on anyone at this time. Ardent patriotsare and thrown into jail for refusing to
"a radio stunt that made hundreds of radio listeners a IT. S. Employment Service pay poll tax The
; not shirking taxes but shouldering them with protect horses and mules ernment was supporting human slavery it
flee their homes In aimless panic one night several Office. War Manpower Chairman ; was 1 b
much fervor as they would a rifle. during these times when motor with Mexico. Should a
McNutt said the number of persons a war person support
the such
All the more reason why possibility a
t'r years ago. ia limited and their
equipment ernment? The he about this
real Helnkels employed In war work by more thought the more
of "nulaance" raid by a few very needed Florida arc
a services are vitally -
the end of 1942 may reach 17OO.OOO ,- he became, and finally he wrote an
't abould give food for serious thought about adequate Food Transportation Problem compared with 1 .::500.000at farmers should have their obedience. essay on Civil

civilian protection. Farmers busy trying to record the beginning of 341. He saida stock Immunized against encepha- Years passed; the essay was forgotten. But
A glance at the map of Florida show more produce crops million additional lomeyelltla as soon as possible, it hadL,
qi or
for Uncle Sam have, In cases, "more into the hands of a lawyer in Durban South
many postponed
,14 than 1,200 miles of virtually unprotected coast women will be 4mployed in war Dr. D. A. Sanders, State Experiment Africa
l line. It also shows that no Florida home la more facing the problem of how farm products are goingto Industries this year. Station veterinarian says: read and reread it. His reaction to what he found in 1

v$ } than eighty-five miles from' the sea coast-a 'mere be transported after truck tires wear out. There "Not in several decades" the book'shook the British empire, for that man was MahJ

., twenty minute ride In a modern bomber. is a feeling among many of ua that, since the WAR BONDS AND STAMPS veterinarian said "have the horse Gandhi. He took the idea back to India with him, ami

+ It takes. time to organize all the complex government Is so anxious to have food producedIt The President told his Press and mule held such an Important principle of passive resistance was established.. One

will find a way to solve the transportation Conference he hoped people would place In agriculture and transpor had completely changed Gandhi's life
't\+ business of effective civilian defense, and we must
buy war bonds and stamps out of To his investment A in found
problem.The. tation. protect own young man England himself out of )
be for we today for the tomorrow a
r4i far-sighted prepare current earnings rather than from
and to do all he can In did time
He not waste
government Is, of course by sitting around
a working on this mooning \
which might come six months a year, or cash reserves. Treasury SeCretary
subject and in the great wartime agricultural he was looking for work. Browsing around
developing a plan. But the planof I a second-
i. two from now. Efficient organizationof Morgenthau said Investmentsof
even years the farmer should have
the Office program, store he found a book by Lyell called "The
ot.Defense Transportation can : Principle
civilian la our beet Inmir- only I r employees in firms operating
protection programs his horses and mules vaccinated, "
worl': out If the farmers and all the under Geology. The young man knew nothing about
I" population stampeded by fright rest of us I the payroll savings plan before weather geology
fence against a warm comes. '
voluntarily assist in I must be raised at Ii he had an inquisitive! mind and decided to study the'
tat.Inactivity-or worse It costs only time, and right now making the problem once to a minimum Dr. Sanders explained that out. -
leas difficult J of 10 percent of the grosspayroll. ject, because he knew nothing about 1t.
t It night prove the best Investment in time we 1 breaks of encephalomyelitis usually
+ ever made.Spring Since farm trucks ara not owned by the gov. He said the number of come with the warm weatherof He came across a theory which was new to the \wo!

ernment It la up to the farmers and transportation employees purchasing bonds regularly spring and summer, and that evolution. He was fascinated by it; he read on and t
must be doubled and aver- and when he finally put the book it dawn"!
companies which do own them to see to It vaccination now would Immunize away was

Time May Be Bomb Time that they are used in the most economical man to age$20 purchases month.TRANSPORTATION. raised. from $7.50 stock against this disease which slept a few hours, then pounced on the book again.]

j ner. A few of the government's suggestions for per Is the most destructive of all ailments wanted to know' more about this remarkable theory 1
Assuming that It la possible that Starke, being he the of nature and animal
making the trucks last are: PROBLEMS of the horse and mule. began study forms. That j

ta one of the four "danger/ zones"0 in Florida 1.,. Co-operate In transportation pools with Transportation Director Eastman Administration of the vaccine was Herbert Spencer and the book he wrote-"First?
X90 { ? should get a ,taste of enemy bomb It la Important asked the 48 and the world. That book
1tij neighbors. governors should be done by a competent, ciples"-rocked one on geology o

for us to prepare to'minimize: the damage that 2. Eliminate unnecessary use of vehicles. Don'tconsider the mayors of all cities of 10,000 licensed veterinarian, the Experiment pletely changed his life. Yes, just one book.

would result. No town wants to be caught totally using a truck for personal transportation population or, more to institute Station worker advised. He One day a mover in a covered wagon drew up 1 befo

unprepared. 3. Revise marketing and systematic staggering of business, also suggested that all farmers In ramshackle grocery store in Illinois. The roads

y o What we usually think of at this time of the buying programs. school and working hours, planned a community arrange to have muddy the heavy and the needed
Eliminate wagon was man mot
1 year to spring clean-up. And we could not act dally or semi-weekly trips to market group use of private cars, and Improved their animals vaccinated on the
4 with less than full loads so he offered to sell a barrel of household plunder for J
oa a better though this year, say the engineers of by planning loads and regulation of local trafficto same day' t o reduce veterinary
trips with neighbors. increase efficiency of thing he could get for it. The half-owner of the grw
passenger travel charges.
the National Board of Fire Underwriters, who store said he'd half-a-dollar and the took i it j
4. Keep trucks In the beat possible mechanical vehicle movement and mass. pay ,
have studied the possibilities of bombing damage. condition.It transportation. President Roosevelt PermitsW. ruped his horses, and moved on toward the west

promise la estimated that If farmers do all asked d e p a rtmental and Building The man who bought the barrel was Abraham 1 tin
they can agency heads to draw When he 'the barrel out to find what he'd boil
jto follow those up a trans C. Prather 4 for dumped
suggestions to the letter the May $200 ,
chances of accidental fire will be ,
cut down, and portation for
: program employeesthat he found a set of Blackstone's Commentaries M
1,500,000 motor trucks making a into a small
/ t la addition we will be safer if an enemy attack farm products can be made engaged to last twice In transporting will "substantially reduce"the dwelling on garage the lot of Harrlan He was fascinated by them. He lay on his back in|

.r comes. they would under as long as number of cars necessary to Burgott on Weller Street In LI\- shade of an elm tree, and pored over the books. The;

It Is suggested that attics, especially, be cleaned -. There I 10 no doubt ordinary that conditions. take work.men He and asked women to and from Ingoton, Truby & Company's addition stirred him that he decided to become a lawyer. Th

out thoroughly. Even trained firemen would equipment pooling and that similar to the town of Starke; entered politics. His whole life was changed by the I

V ( have difficulty putting out fires ignited by Incen- In co-operative rural hauling will eventually be worked out local programs governments.be planned by state and I John Uglow, May 4, $400 for a he found in that barrel.

diary bombs in an attic cluttered with discarded .In every community. But the big danger is frame residence on lots 3 and 4 Why don't you read a good book this week? It mayo;
postponing such
:9 furniture, piles of paper and old clothing. The National plans too long. 'Every unnecessary of block 2 of the J. O. Alvarez up an entirely new life to you. -
Board also recommends that each citizen trip made today Is complicating the future SAMPSON CITY addition;' D. E. Knight May '4,

k prepare to extinguish fire bombs; For this pun- hauling problem. The time to begin following the By Mrs' 8. E. Jones $490for a frame residence 16x32 i .

pose It la beat to have a suitable connection and a government's, suggestions Is right now. Mrs. Gilbert Brown and son, feet on tot 6 of block 37 of Peek's Lawtey Boy Methodist Church

ko. long enough to reach the attic: Only a spray Marvin ret ura:d."_Tuesday night another addition;frame D. E.residence Knight, $490 just like for Qualifies As MechanicQualified Services at the Church |

f1It water should be used on the bomb Motorists after spending"* few days with
Itself. Another Wholeheartedly the above on lot 7 of block 37 of Sunday will be as followi;
: 4; recommendation Is to her mother Mrs. Mary Wlmberl as a highly-trained
cooperate With
fully with ;
Peek's addition.
Voluntary Speed Church School 10 A. M.
LimitOne :
of Lake
Butler airplane mechanic ,
air raid wardens. Comply with all their while her husbana and ready for
and rules suggestions wad called away because of 111. assignment to active "line duty" Morning Worship 11 0' of the greatest evidences of desire to cooperate BETHELBy with the Army Air Forces Pvt The''' service will be a !Mo'

; This year. America must be prepared for any I with the war program Is the voluntary enforcement ness.Mr.. and Mrs. Dock Warren and Mrs. D. D. Woodard Lloyd Wllkerson, of Lawtey was day observance and the me i
eventuality Spring clean-up I la more Important of the 40-mlle-an-hour graduated will be In keeping
speed limit requested son Sammy of Wildwood and Mrs. today from the Air message
++ '//fuc than ever. by President Roosevelt. Myra Goodge of Hampton were Mrs. Ida Jones of New SmyrnaIs Corps Technical School at Keesler : the day.'Youth.

Anyone motoring friends. visiting her slater Mrs. Emily Field, Miss. mwtlnj
today on our big highways, visiting and relatives here Gllsson. Fellowship

>'m' Sales Tax Receives Backing built for safe speeding, will testify that 40 miles I Wednesday. I D. D. Woodard was called to Pvt. Wllkerson's. graduation followed P. M.
an hour has recently been accepted Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones his completion of an Intensive Evening Worship 8
as a limit by were i Gainesville, last week because of ,'
The Government's need for money has become practically all patriotic Americans It has become In Starke on business Wednesday I the Illness of his granddaughter 19-week course, which Included Subject: 'The Open Door

.,, ', ao acute due to the Increasing demands of thewar a new rule of the road which we all night. Miss Alberta Woodard. ,,successive 10-day training A cordial welcome to it

s.. ,, effort, that the sales tax has of necessity more than we ever did the speed limitations respect Horace Varnes of this section Miss Thelma St. John has re- periods In 11 phases of airplane vices. Powell I

Mel moved from Its once quiescent position of an academic forced by the police. en accompanied Mrand Mrs. Dock turned to her home in Olustee mechanics His claM, which numbered -0. C. ,
Warren hundreds
question to the front rank and son of Wildwood to after spending the week-end with of student-sol
methods felt The
;: by tax experts as the moat great majority of motorists have for years Jacksonville on business Thurs her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. diers, will be assigned to various DR. LEMUEL COLS0]
of nothing of Air Force
way breaking speed units to maintain and
Many of day.Mr. Mrs. J. M. Allen.
obtaining the DENTlST-
maximum amount of revenue with us have 'felt service the -
4 the least that we knew what speed was safe and Mrs. E. D. Jones at. Mr. and Mrs. E. E Lee and Army's warplanes.
pain. The sales tax has the added ad, under varying conditional tended church services In CALL 811ADKXNS
and Starke OFFICE 129
considered family
the laws were visiting Mr. and Mrs STENOGRAPHERS
vantage of N O T
tapping sources K
of revenue to be Sunday .
untouched heretofore made for the other fellow morning.Mr. Walter Starling at New River PADS- ISo each-BRADFORD BLDO.HERE'S .

'.; ,t On .the basin of a 10 per cent sales tax, the watching But now most of us have a better reason for .and Mrs. Ray Goodge and Sunday, COUNTY TELKGKAPH.

h. Treasury actuaries figure that 19,702.000.000 our speedometers. We realize that
a speeding has become
su year can ">e produced. This compares with the unpatriotic and we do not
only keep the
4r 97.610.000.000 from the war tax bill which the our resentment pressure off the gas but we show
M Treasury based on income taxes of Individuals and anyone passes ua at a speed '
1 the '
exceeding 40-mile
corporations limit.

\, on such commodities and'by levying as liquor additional and tobacco.excise taxes The glare Now to turn we have a new and more compelling THE WARTIME TRAC' .
1 on the driver
Treasury who t
stated that a S per cent tax would yield Ing-a persists In speed
: '- 95.018.000,000.: glare which clearly says: "You're a traitor

.l, } Significant to your country." And that's the glare
,. at the recent Congressional bear- them that gets
lags was the. willingness displayed by the Retail to the one which will quickly put an end r
Dry Goods, Association to aid the Government inv speeding problem for the duration of the

war. MON Il'l IuFsoP'WEpNESCAY pK I e ,

'/ Jy y _$, $, ,
I'to ,01" ( WAR
h., week, tnari avnltabU' *! on the Important d. '.lnnm..7r.. the
R.port.Va.hlll..ton hy official sources In the Ortlee of '
): _.__ ____ D. C.) Goyerllment, i. s
more than -
Price Administrator Henderson million persons. WAR STRATEGY : .
ot the rents will be i\
m placing a government general price regulation frozen as of March 1, 1942. The The President in a''radio address 1 1 .,- .' \
controls said
over American
jq tn retail remainder were ordered cut back warships are
t, duration and wholesale prices for the to early 1941 levels. In combat In the Attic Mediterranean fiJ'
of the war. and In the

Beginning May 11, manufacturer coat President of Roosevelt said the South Pacific American North troojs and _More Seats Available Fewer Seats Available

"1' and wholesale prices living had advanced about are at stations In South America,
may i IS percent since the Autumn in
of Greenland. MIDWEEK
not exceed highest March 1942 I199, and "we must now act to Isles the Middle Iceland East, the and British In ;" on WEEK-ENDS 1 1c 1r
o levels for each Individual seller. I keep It from the
soaring another 80 Far East the continent of Austra

L f IVginning May 18, retail prices or 90 percent during the next year lia and many Islands of the Pacific -
may not exceed highest levels or two-to hold It somewhere near American planes
,, charged by each seller during the present level." The President Americano' are flying in actual by r

March. Beginning July 1, no one aid "The only effective course of combat over all the oceans and all

may charge more for services sold action la a simultaneous attack on the continents, he said and flying P Pick the uncrowded times !
all of the
at retail In connection with acommodity factors which Increase fortresses will soon be fighting

than be charged dur- the coat of living prices, |I I for the liberation of l Make your travel plans fit Americas wartime
'r', + tmg March. AH retailers, manu profits wages, taxes and debts" Australia New Zealand Europe. dUke. trips when the most On trip usually taken In midsummer, you'll
', and much seat-space U
}, '
+ help
facturers, wholesalers I available Co MM congestion by going before the July-
and sellers OVSOUNK other territory will be bases on Monday, Tuesday. W"'n.e.
I of services must preserve for RATIONING offensive for t *day or Tbunday. Youll August rush period-or after it's over. Andyoull
price The action the enjoy mort comfort
Office President be
ing purposes existing sales of Price Administra said F 0" nand convenience on midweek. avoiding any possible delay, disappointment
t records lion said five and th. U. S. la determined trips-but, more
made during March. different gasoline important still, or confusion by getting your tickets
Every retail that the youll leaving room
ration territory which on week'i and all
has the
cards will be been / [ ( information In advance
distributed need well
'p tore as of May 18 must display i I I during lost will be regained. ends for the mitt In the armed. fore* ..d far'; of you
publicly the registration In 17 Eastern! ( (wet workers who can travel your departure time. Don't forget to
ceiling prices for only at that time.'
States buy War Bond
.. and the with the I
1 "coat-of-Ilvlng" commodities. District of Col ARMY; AND SELECTIVE money you save
umbla \
May 1214. One card will SERVICE

b6 secluded Agricultural from the commodities are I be for nonessential users and the The War Department established UNION'. BUS STATION '- Temple Ave Phone 147
Various other -
d''. ether items which do not conform 1 degree four of will essential designate user.varying! an Eastern Military Area, including ': Tyie yarEliort LACY CONWAY Agent.
; with Com- all of .
the the
price control act's definition mercial and Atlantic Sea- '
a of a "commodity" are government users of board. Secretary Stimnon said no
exempt gasoline will be
also. In addition Mr. Hen card rationing exempt. from the mans evacuations of citizen are wll '
k demon Uwued plan OPA said, contemplated but .oRIDAMOTORJDlEnn.nrrnnn
orders for rent and .such vehicles need vital areas will .
not be be
stabilisation In 30 areas of 40 registered If policed to prevent potentially
r'r tales and Puerto Rico, housing marked. they are plainly dangerous persona from entering I

art them. Selective Service ,Director



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ROUND LAWTEWith THERESSA I their daughter, Thelma.!
A By 1\1.... II. D. May I| Mr and Mrs. B. V." H gen and .. \' 7
/ Norris Y daughter, Marie., of W.ldowe I'I
Says : I F. R. CarradineA Jacksonvillepent Mr. and Mrs. O. S the, Thrower week-end of 1'I visiting Mr. Ilaxen's mother. Mrs, e I.

with Mr. Thrower's Lydia Mall recently. ,
sister Mrs.J.

) Remember Your Mother, -Today MORE IMPORTANT RACK MISS EDWARDS KNTERTAINS: :MRS. !MOORK CELEBRATES J. Zolgler. I were Bill In Keystone Hall and Saturday Daniel night.Haley;
Tuesday-'Election Mrs. O. %V. Esell of
Day In Law- FOR VISITOR I1IKTHDAY SUNDAY J.ickxon- Mr, and Mrs, Marlon Sullivan
(BeU Syndicate-WNU Service.) tey was conspicuous because of Miss Lou Bclwards( entertainedat ville spent the week-end! with her of Miami have been guests' of X
I Its extreme quietude. Heretofore bingo In honor of Miss Jo An The 69th birthday of Mrs. J. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mer I Sullivan, and A. L. Sullivan.
this day has been as blustrey as a Hubbard of H. :Moore was celebrated at her sey.
Orange Park.
" '" mean day In March, but today Included Misses! "Krnestlne Moore Guests, residence here Sunday. Attend Mi-, and Mrs. E. L. Klnchen ofStarke lll'S' :.C"IIEIlTLIQ......... I
finds only a breath of interest Virginia Anders Wa.j ing this celebration and reunion spent! Sunday afternoonwith Leave l"Urk. ; -,.____ 805: A. H.l .
stirring. A few n wright, Mr. and Mrs. Hall.MI" Lvov. Marke 5:16: A. N. 1
straggling voter were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde -*
and Messrs Billy Edward, Frank C. Y. Mayo avo Stark' __. liao f. ....
; around town with very tittle 'sug Camp James", Wainwright and Tampa; Mr. and M...... David W. Alice 1\-[, Jones and Mrs Leave stark .- -- .?-" 1:45: P. H. 4
gesting' being done. Not Moore Mettle Hlghtower. of :Miami U HV. Htarku .. 3:34 P. M
and spent ??
... many Phillip Shuford. family, Jacksonville; l '
I Prize winners av Stark .. ? 6:11: P. M i
pictures of candidates on cars. An were Miss Anders and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred Moore and the week with their brother D. L.sv. Rtnrk ..u... 5:50: P. M
Camp. J. Phillips and Leave Hturk ._ ;.._ ; : j
atmosphere of apathetic lethargy family Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards family cnroute to ?- 10:1: r. M
I 4 Misses Jean Edwards and Jewell their Leave Harks ._______ 11.29: P. M
home.R. .
prevails." One get the impression Reddish were: chaperones with Sr., of wh.y.fr.\ and "."'...". I t,
that it is Dennison of Gainesville Leave !Starke _... t:05 M. I
not so much 'a lack Mrs. Rex Mixon Jacksonville, and was : I
,le ," Miss Reddish winning the ladles' L.av. "lark. ..._ 10:30: A. N.
of tolerance or interest In the booby prize for the Mr, and Mrs. W. H., Edwards, Jr., visiting Mr. and [r.V.. W. Leav. Rtark ..._.-?.. S-SO F. .... j "I
election Itself but that the interestof lowest score of Jacksonville. A delightful. Packham Thursday afternoon of nave Marks __..- .., (:.no p, M. I
and Billy Edwards winning that last week. T..sv. ltark. .... .__ f9: P. M. f
the voters Is centered in something i reward In 'the men's class. After, dinner was served to lend that Lave Btarl. ..-___.. Sli: 't!, ... t'
, more! Important. A final touch Mr. and fra. B. C. Crosby of we.. (I
hla' greater i an hour ,of bingo to a reverently happy Leave .... ID' ,4 .
and everyone repaired Perrlne spent Tuesday their Rtark _... : ... !
more Important on
race; that-of day. Our felicitations to r'l'.M.ha... '
I to the yard and you upend' I)
a'a winning this war from those ,who enjoyed Mrs. Moore May we have the way to Virginia for a vacation. Lea". iBtark ,*.?_. 55:45: P. M. j', ,
several games" that can only be Mrs. Lave t41."k. _._... a t
J. :
I ,
roit, would subjugate the entire world. played in the wide open' pleasure of writing of many more Phillips and children (wave Mtarke: -....-.. ,,:lg J ra.: ,
spaces, birthdays for of Lawtey were visiting relative .Leave JitJLrAt.., ._......___ 11:11': .r. *C 'IEa.t.
CONSIDER THE TEACHERThe and a grand ,time wan had by all. here Friday afternoon ........ t'
L.av.tAarke' .._:aA:.. .''Ie50 A* M. '
I registration of sugar consumers BERRIES 'NEAR END Miss Patsy Lee Roberts was in Mr. and Mm. A. t* Sullivan Iwav. Hinrk: -*__;.,; .aae A! **. '
a Is going full blast with the Berry season after having done Jacksonville Friday for I:. tonsil- spent Saturday and Sunday with Leave Leave'Ptark.Stark( .3.M;: : toe 6:30: P.P.: M.M. I r
tried and true school teachers doing a good job for the' Lawtey far ectomy. Pat was seen on the. .
a I. the job. Hall It dawned upon mer its Just about on Its last legs. streets of Lawtey Monday with an '
hlhd" you Just how many civic duties Even: though the\ quality remains Ice cream cone In each hand :

" .' are undertaken by our teachers fair and prices are yet ranging which Is 'a very nice way to con- : From where I I. t : ? j,
e when no one else will do these from $2.00 to,,.$2.50, with around valeace. .
Jobs, or are not qualified to do 400 crates showing dally at the I St. Sat 'and Mrs Addison A. "
a them? Do you realize that these I platform Nalley and Sgt. and Mrs. Jimmie f
same teachers have their hands Nail were visitors to Silver
, full in trying to Impart a sem C. B. M. and Mrs Eddie Morris Springs Sunday. They made a by Joe Marsh i
. I I85uct Il blance of knowledge to young U. S. N. return to California complete round of the beautiful

America without taking to their after a short stay with the parents scenes and enjoyed the excellent
bosom all civic duties that should of Mrs. Morris Mr. and Mrs. bathing afforded there. Between MAYOR I shouldn't admit It, bat After all*. when yea stop to
e be assumed on a more even basis. W. 13. Covington. This is the boat rides Indians and ROD Al there are a few thing about this think about It. beer I I. a simple I'
Why not show some appreciation man who had some first hand experience len's snakes, delightful day was writing job I really. like. natural thing. I read somewhere r
Or, of their unselfish labors by volunteering at Pearl Harbor and will had. that all If made of Is good whole-
for some of the duties not talk about It. A real sailor. 1 F rln.taneCl.1 the part where some farm grain and water and a t
Louvell Crews
rdt was In Gaines.villa : after all thelike writin and the
connected with defense, etc ? Billy Plummer )left Wednesday! Friday attending to businexR..1 routine Is done I Just set back little yeast... with hope for Bavef J F
for Orlando to visit his father, M. Lt. and Mrs. 1 Kendall Nature process. of fermentaUen
Harry and think about In
METHODIST: ] thing general.
1f CHURCH B. and the ....old art of the brewer
Plummer who
1t has been 111.
f Krv. Herbert Iluzzard, Pantor. are returning to Boston Mass., (Oh, yes, that's part cf the job doe. the rest.
t r, RYAN .. Bible School 10:30.: Morning Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of for a few day leave. These are too.) },
Worship 11:30.: Subject "Mother". Jacksonville were In Lawtey over nice people and we are happy In I f> *> that' why beer to .. .
.. Evening Service 8:30. the week-end Visiting Mr. Shu- the knowledge that they will return Doesn't matter much<< what I wholesome. It really it the bvr-
'oar mothrr'i heart it going to follow you wherever you are-in camp, in "Paul the Jew". : Subject, ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs: J. S. to Lawtey shortly think about. Sometimes I eoneenage of moderation. You Just east '
to fit it Jar off on dangerous MO*. These are dark Jay for mothers; a* never Shuford. Daniel B. (Boondy) Harley, trate on on. thing. Sometime. I Imagine anybody: getting into tr...- t

,jour mother needs m message from you this Molher't day.' ANOTHER SUPPEK We have two new mllitnry families (Rat to his friends) Is in Jacksonville after think the of lots other.of things, one right bl* drinking a fw glasses of been ,. ; 1''

, KATHLEEN NORRISOOD That finance committee, appointed with, us. Sgt. and Mrs., II. this week to "Jlne" the ;
y NO JUST REWARD? out of the "tremendous Swilling of Fayettevllle, N.: C., army. "Glmp" (another moniker) \ e 1;
> mothers are the "No nation" Kathleen gathering" of nine persons at the and Sgt. 'and Mrs Woodrow Lit- says he Is not waiting to be e
most valuable thing in Norris "has lays last Civil Defense meeting at the tie of Smithfield. N. C. drafted. Well, lien I am i'. going _
I the world. All the love been just in recognizing School two weeks ago, Just will Usually, when I get to thtnfcln. and on thinking and talking about
what good mothersdo. not atop. Last week I send down for some beer. Seems beer. Probably could go on for I i ii i
Ireciation honor
they arranged -
respect But the believes that, because a fish and made a glass of beer not only touches hours. That's the way I am when ,i
u t good mothers get isn'ttenth Offood mother loves her the neat profit supper of $21.60, while SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! the spot but It also ort of helps I set back and. get to thinklnc .

enough for them. No job the finds her reward in this week a chicken supper netted t.h. thlnkln mood along. about things. I

a ton has been just in the joy of doing it well. She I
ever 128.30. Supplies were completelysold It's such I
a peaceful, friendly And by the way, taking It ear
e ognizing what good rnoth- love every minute of those/ out early and to the disap- AND ECONOMICAL! beverage. Sort tOf honest and huand "Just thlnkln"' Is fun. Try' It '

do; mothers are never. early year when her life is an pointment of many who missed man. And It tastes good sometime quiet and com/or !' t
llicly rewarded; they get endless succession of rubbers, supper. You and your assistants! RIDE. THE BUSSES able like i I
i measles, school lunch; boxes, are doing a fine Job, Mrs. Chair I like to hold my glass of beer
ecorationsno high places. to the and look s I
up throu..b.
O it the fact remains that they stray cats. And she loves the man. Courteous, Correct Information it. That beautiful, goldenambercolor (Jna.u j'. 0
memory of those years after Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of kind of 8ce .
I the most valuable persons Given You At << fascinates me. Reminds I
her children have .
the world. grown up Jacksonville were in Lawtey Mon me of the sunny barley field 'j
and discovered that they no day visiting Mr and Mrs. P. L. where beer gets Its start. I
other lives have two phases. longer need her. Today busy Dinkins, parents of Mrs. Cox. UNION BUS STATION l 1.' I
flrrt is giving; the second i I. "
living. and courageous as always, she Mrs. Mae a. Wells, Mrs. A. H. '

In best; they They; love like the the time giving when asks no other reward. Harley and Mrs. Wells' son, Ernest I, No. 39 of a Serif Copyright,1942. Brmilng Injutlry Foitndiuum lt I i I Il
spent Sunday in Mlddleburg
I children when -- -- .
are 1m aD. love l '
1 lervice keep them busy every Empty spaces In her heart; no helping celebrate home coming. _: ;I t ,
pent of the day when they drop use making hot cakes on this frosty They attended services in the ;
bed exhausted every night It morning; she can't eat them and Middleburg Church, which is one
|ne of the Divine decrees that a they aren't permitted on Dad's diet. I i of the landmarks of that old '

n mother shall love her job. No use picking up small padlockand town, being 110 years of age. A THIS IS THE STORY OF 1't:':
oOie skeptical sophisticated out- chain a doll's hat, a box of moot enjoyable day was had renewing '

In eye that job looks dull crayons in the store; nobody at old acquaintances. ,
pit. It means the early sum- home is email enough to shriek with Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish 'of.I','j
s of an alarm clock. a cold dark excitement when they; are presented.If and family of Jacksonville were I '
fhen turned into a place ofmth I those early. days. called for visiting Mr. Reddish's parents, Mr. ,\ .,I t"
and Ught; it means bub- I strength of mind and body, these and Mrs V. R. Reddish Sunday. ),, '101 .. ,,"
It oatmeal and the opening of later one make even heavier demands Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cotton of : CARBOLOY" ,w"'t\\/\, : ; .. ';
.bottle!; it means crib blankets on her soul. Jacksonville, spent Sunday with : 'I j't'r ,1.\ \
|ir, ichool lunches, rubbers, good- kner Defy Is ,te Be Happy. the parents of Mrs. Cotton, Mr '. I I ,
I kisws, telephone, grocer, pick.up and Mrs Cbas. Dlnklns. .. t: b
Resign yourself to to

>toes. planning malt, help pajamas of with meals, making,homework.baking small of .theIr children happy only youth.the loved Never being memory question;your of Pensacola W. E. Covington Sunday, returned having from been How a Most Strategic Material i I of f the W ar-I IIv8lll'j'I"' ; :' ,i c i):."

them called there because of serious
a* to how often they write
i tee to wash cough, scratches medicine and bumps or come to see ;you. Their lives you are illness. in Germany-Was Made 'Available to the United Nations -f f '
scolding We lose {
IDg, Judging consoling, advlaAn parted Irrevocably from your now; today.and temporarilywe 1 1 1Men 1j ""
such service as you can do them hope, one of our nicest families
or the grandchildren are just so ,Mr. and Mr>. O. J. Anders
list of Endless the normal List. much pure gold, pressed down and and daughter, Virginia. Mr. Anders ,; V
n of a good mother cares and running over the richness of life. Is a section forman with S. j .l
for could go Nothing is your "right," your A. L., of many years standing ands
to several the column. before we ..du.." to be claimed with complaints being transferred 'to Jackson Precious Then' Diamonds !in War Predutported cemented carbides in chunks-antl capacity, granting new licenses condoning ;-

Illon that emergencies make and great and reproaches.Your ville. We trust! these good people Nee Carboloy is an American tradewas unsuccessful. General Llectric-and its instances of unlicensed production staying \ti\ J

her; events special like Christ-dean duty Is to be happy, busy: will, in time, be returned to Law- mark (for cemented tungsten-carbide, An subsidiary Carboloy Co., Inc.-found it ahead of its market..,. '"

.. partiei. finesses accidents. preoccupied without any referenceto tey and wish for them every hap- alloy second only to diamonds in hardness necessary to develop a complete engineering fTodwctlon MwMpHoel. ,,,,,-I.. Thnei .In FourYears
e. to new neighborhoods, flnanAU them.* The mother of whom sons ilness and success In their new more precious th diamonds', as n vit.ilmaterial and. manufacturing service, making various I Cemented tungsten-carbide could '
erisel., these Mother has to and daughters boast is the mother home. in America's war program It Is types of Carboloy; equipped! ) toots, training elllilyhlVebeelulCIUrceolweakl\e..her i

I t I toward and It 'II upon MoU1*''* .ttl. whose life occupied is independently.that Individually In Mr Lawtey and Mrs.Saturday I. B. for Cody a were day. used for the tips of cutting tools, and for men I in their use, and offering to its customers ;it was in England had it not been for Gen.wearresistant .
them that the whole so to keep be- used in and successful tech-
i is
dies. Carboloy specialized production
111'1 in Waldo t. a. expansion
position depends. loved grandchildren over a weekend They are now teaching era Electric.'J'OlicJol I
or 7olother I or go to a son's house for an Mrs. Mae B. Wella and eon, small 'quantities; it is difficult to make niqiie.I "For purposes of fair comparison, a In 1939. the production' of the Carboloyand
s U she II,to the family weathers I Interval of housekeeping or nursing Ernest, were In Jacksonville difficult to use-.but.It has never b eltYPlca'' German cemented carbide tool in Company was less than 10,000 Ibl.; in 1940, '
cheerful', It home is week. modern timt There i is no !scarcity cost '12.26 in he United States, while
PLace to which to during the younger wife's absence, Thursday. of last scarce in 1928 it was SSoooibs.I; in 1941, it was 163,000 '
h. IlItel i her job then return i I. to grant a favor. now.loventtd. It comparable American: Carboloy tool cost and in )December came Pearl Harbor.. Now y

hlPP1, and beneflt everyonethe derived So much for duty, a mother's last |* II Excess Acid causes heeded by ft i'I1'* I in 1941 the Company', production i i. going ,
FREE fn.of Stomach in e-fmany-Hf'vpp
her hUSband and | duty to the children. But those children you p at ,. rate that is time that of only four
chlldr.n .
strength from ulcer, indigestion, U. Pftents Cemented cnrdide wax invented loss to General fUctrk for Many Years-Art 45
and have a duty. too, and now
e'ICwatlng. It flneneM will I. beyond when the year bring around Mother's Blo.tingG.sH.artburnB.lchtg> in Germany-it belonged fo Knipp Taught to Industry (|n times of .peaco-;-: years. ago.trttafn .

wren through every go day with of those their day it is a duty to mixed with Nausea,set a free sample of UDCA ,of Germany, and this made all the rest of the and ji9 was, such a time, -the measure... pfN.y D........ ...* Us By contrast,

5. A happy.. unburdened, un- love, pleasure, memory, and'honor andre* Interesting. booklet at world Krup -'. customer. In this. .country, 'gufces5 of irulviurwl.., ntur' is to'be t found British companies' which had been,content' i
aid childhood actually ,means r a that Its warmth and beauty fill the CARPENTER'S: DRUGSTORE! ,. Krupp was protected) by patent grants from ;i/i profit lo >he ad"' eiturer.| By luth"* .ip continue ss customer of ,Krupp, found .
P1. unafraid life No money can land.v Flower shops, candy makers I the United Scatrs.General measure Carboloy could not be called themselves cut off from the "vital I material :

titer-and tbat particular security, but telegraph boys telephone'' operator, EUctrk Croat Independent.. ProaWtioM successful.': Initial expenses were great. F..r" when Poland ws* invaded. But the General i,
Only Mother-e.n mail men are all'kept busy whileAmerican the lost the of Jiooo
time at rate
Company able substantial
.give turn The General' Electric Company twoyearsbefore a. Flectrie Company was ro supply
sons.and, daughter I day and once had an operating deficit of quantities to British industry..Im., '
tIVardJ1 this had begun research on' i .
drudler back for Just one happy day, to think ,
her bUl" more: than million dollars.!One of the major, mediately and since then has continuously t
ucrincing. tiring daYI. of Mother. tungsten-carbide and foresaw its ir r ortarye: ;
nII, sey are tiled with that But,10-In- ,Needs a' Me...,..' ''4y> fv in industrial production. For immediate-use. ,contributing reasons was the continulng' ?higS' filled British orders. It hat, in like manner, t '
that .. to human 0 A in its plants and for easier availability to cost..Of. development standardization, and filled Canada'requirements since 1936..1t is ; p
beings who And believe me, speaking for own s
run.living their destined Uvea' to mothers 'today, no matter how busy others General. Electric undertook the long training., Jn I9JJ6-J7 alone, !training course. currently supplying/ Canada. Russia, and 1 I f
that wonderful mother of yours maybe ..... sand arduous negotiations for the American ,were given to 10,000 men .in !industry. Moreover other United N'I CJnL All this in addition to' ,

11 the second hard phase of a mother' no matter how sensibly and rights. Limited rights were obtained in 191*, six major prie reductions were made supplying" the.(greatly expanded need of .
:hOOd and one. AU through her bravely she has accepted the facts with Krupp continuing to export the'material intheaceooperatinglauguntiltheitand'. American industry. ,
young woma -hood and of marriage, your absorption PHONOGRAPHRECORDS ard tool blank had 'been? reduced in price 90 ...... __
your United States fuisi.ness A---.f ........
I its customers A
maturity she baa been beer- outside her reach .h.'. to ....,..,. .ltlMcy ___...._-... ...
In things
there I.! which languished, however,.as General percent.. .
agony ahead: the going to remember that its Moth- : Thus, tile .t. of Carboloy does not end
become 01 having the chIldren grow er's day; .h.'. going to keep one Large Assortment Electric,"painstakingly! developed, its .ow!' ,rMMt/nd/ggggppypigl..1)tprtuiomwasstil/ ? ) in "too little and too late", Like many

mate Independent, Select their ear free for the telephone, the other Carboloy technique. This paved the way for another reason; -boor-saving toots could not previously! untold otorie of .American
e Nets and Ea Into the world to for the doorbell ber heart sad her Columbia Vktor' -- General Electric to make the United States be sold to industry or labor at any price But industry tt continue, a sturdy and inspiring
.n that own inUit Uve. But that 11 a prayers are going to follow you Okeh :: Bluebird entirely,: independent o f Germany (or ill General Electric withdetermination that now exampteof public service born of I f

appreciatedml b. experiencedd. to wherever you are-In camp. in the Decca cemehttd'tuWptmarblde supply' U early seems providential kept on-increasing its private enterprise,and characterized by hard '

: children simply air.- far off on the dangerous blue Large Selection of as .'o3 ;vAmerkw- work, ingenuity, investment research, risk ;I
r t any Itl I more She c.n't quite need be- seas.A Canadian woman showed me a Classical Populars Tool Costs Hell That of Gorman. "'Over the entire period of ill txhimte up tc and courage familiar pattern on this side i
The tumbled I businesses III the total net profit of Ihi of the Atlantic. General Ekttrit C ,
head, beds and turn- letter she received last Mother's From the start, two totally different January 1042 mf nyt,
the tom frocks and cut I day. No money on earth could buy Mail Orders Given : were involved. Krupp originally exCarhfe Company was J.J per tent of mttl. .StM"HI""J, Nrw Y"... ._ ", ;
sue Christmas
iurprlsefyoun and the penciled half-sheet a young flier Prompt AttentionE.
trips. I
fI pressed the ,' sweet sent home to his mother that day.
;.d small alalnlt hers. the Ian- It said .'Lovin, you, having a glorious ,I
,scent band of the little eon time praying every night for L. REAMS GENERAL m; ELECTRIC
I reaching 'Ot her own-.aDv Mom. Davy." r rr
319 w. University' Ave.OlNESVILI..E
am'l wpm room, ta bel' house. This year she won't have any let-
Irls' room,- ter. But she' got that one asfa
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m :: i A SOCIETY and CLUBS with furlough hubby Join from while Camp he's Shelby homeon Silver Lovely AnniversaryOf Reception Marks of white of stephanotis Jersey and and her gardenias.corsagewas ten licious member.punch present and! cOokJet

Junior McDonell n o w at The many handsome silver gifts, The next
4 Blanding for "a brief stop over"The Mr. and Mrs. BeasleyMr were on display In the sun-parlor. at the home meeting of Mrs p

T Two Brides HonoredAt Miss Barefoot Honoree L. H. Jennings movln' with Mrs. L Hetad
Girls' Organization and Mrs, Ovid Lawson Assisting Mrs. Beasley in enter- 0
Into their new home, jus' back of Cohostess.Buffet .
; Of USO No. One Luncheon SundayIn At Barbecue SupperA the Dr.'s office The breathtaking Beasley gave a reception at their taining were: Mrs. R. A. Green,
Walnut Street
Han Informal party rose garden at the Darby home on North Mie. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. T.
honor of Mrs. Richard R. n enjoyable informal event retddenco .Major T. T. an* Tuesday evening from seven- Long, Mrs. R. P. Demorest, Mrs Supper plane
y The O. S. O. girls of USO No. Thede and Mrs. W. II. Thomson, was the barbecue supper given Myrwln Long' la their swankynew thirty to ten o'clock in celebration K. G. Duncan, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, For Mothers' Day

: 1 had an Informal party at the Jr., two recent brldeo, Mrs. D. P. Wednesday night by Mm. P. M. horseless carriage Betty of the twenty-fifth anniversary Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs E. L.
Barefoot in honor of her The
Carpenter a 'lovely luncheon of their marriage. Woman
Green in ''Of startlin' Matthews, Miss Middleton *
center Monday night. JII 8 Jewell one those Madge i Service
Miss Sara Barefoot, who celebrated tlon of
lt. at 12:30: on Sunday. half-an'-half play suits One1111e' This outstanding social affair Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Mrs.. MarcusF. the USQ1111 !
Presnell, the associate director, The favors for the three course her seventeenth birthday tasteful beautyIn fet supper !In observanter's !
aqua, the other beige was marked by Brown, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs.O. )
was introduced to the members i luncheon were gold slippers, and anniversary at this time. Albert Kruse's new henna hair every detail,' the colors of J. Griffin. Mra. Ethel M. Biggs, Day for the le/'Vjce/
t by Mrs. W. B. Sewell, and Mia ees I the Ice cream: was in the form of The guests were invited into wash ,< white and green being carried out Mrs.. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. J. E. USO No. 1 on SUnday

q'r' Helen Dowlujg and Betty Green slippers. Mrs., Carpenter gave the back yard where they en- in the decorations and table appointments. Wilson, Mrs. Edward Burns. Mn from 5 until 6 o'clock,

served Coca-Colas, sandwiched! each of the honorees a piece of! joyed dancing until and late various amusing Hear Jeanette, Klncald will soon Calla lilies, white L. A. Davis, Ml s Arllne :Mann, Mrs. Frank WIlAOn l
a hour. ,
e'k + S potato chips, olives and cookies.. china matching: her selected pat games trek to Kentucky: where an inconsiderate Iris, white sweetpeas and plains I and :Mrs. James Bond. dent of the W, s 0.,
Mills Presnell discussed with tern. The hostess, assisted by Mrs the were used in the den; while the of the supper and hd
tornado ripped During the receiving hours soft asks ,
the the organization of Besides the two honor guests,, Simeon Phillips and Mrs. Bernice living room and sun porch there member try to
group roof from one of her houses" music was played by J. W. Ward, attend,
Opperman served barbecue and
platoons and Miss Dowling was Mrs. Thede and Mra. Thomson hamburgers to the 1st Lt. Jack Williams 'has been were gladioli, pansies and sweet-. pianist, and W. H. McCarran, 'i I Jewell Presnell
j" there Miss Frances guests. Mlsa'director. ,
1 were.prevent
appointed to serve 'as Lieutenant called and will'report Friday to a peas. violinist. h a a
Those Who the event planned
of Platoon No. 1. :Minn Oreen! WM Peek, MlrtS Kitty HoC ed, Mrs. camp In Carolina Understand In the dining room the 'decorations About 115 were Invitedto of t
guests IIIUSlcaI
the honoree Miss )
AS t named to head Platoon No. 2, and Grady M. Baggett< Miss Fran- were: Rosalind will carry on the Dl?:" were of white roses, white this beautiful social event be given by the boys D
Cameron Miss
Carolyn ,
MienCitbarine, Nollman' Platoon ces Prlchett. Mrs. B. S. Carroll, school etc.) Iris white sweetpeas and palms Blanding,
t, Miss Nina Bishop .Miss ness ( rings, diplomas after which,
"% No. 3. .Each Lieutenant willdivide' both of.Jacksonville; Mlaa Gladys Patsy during the duration Bet she'llmake fern. The tea table was covered Circles group, will sing
Keen. Joe Baptist
4f Mry Keen, Mrs. Robert: Stripling Mrs. Andrews Ettss Hayes sonn.MathewsDowling .
; her group into squads and a super salesman Incidentally with a white, linen I cut-work
Mallon ,Joe Beatty, Comer Perryman and
Henry of Monticello Mrs. Met This Week
to 517 appoint sergeants ; Dick Williams ran for cloth and centered by a low arrangement -
W. K. Harrell of Gainesville Mia Ralph Dudley.PongoSklpper
Miss Preanell strewed the fact ; co. commissioner (Hawthorne) of calla lilies iris, and
Isabel Thomson, Mrs. F H. Long Circle No. 2 of the Engagement
F that more girls are needed in the and was defeated by only seven white candles: this flower ar Baptist W. Announce
} and Mrs.F. F. Stump. rolnar! bank M. U. met Monday afternoon at
usa center each evening to help voles Good Con- rangement was placed on a
', create a more home-like atmosphere grate to A.-- 'W.,- Anderson, Jr., of silver leaves and all the appointment the home of Mrs. S. E. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. ,
MMis'' -i for,the soldier. She stated Mary Katherlne Wainwright/ Mrs. Ina Andrews Skipper and. who's just been sergeanted at ; on the table were of with nine members and two visitors of Starke announce the

M that a few girls each evening First Sgt. Stephen S. Pongo were Camp Bowie!X-1 The Barefoot sliver. The mints were of green present.. ment and approaching!
I '', to ting, play cards, table tennis, Mr. and Mrs. James Richard quietly married Friday afternoon, home will never' look the same and white in silver compotes and Mrs" R. A. Thomas led the 'de- of their daughter, Marli",

y ix listen to music, or Just' talk to the Walnwrlght announce the birth ofa May first, at the Methodist par- with all those beautiful oak trees ,the Individual cakes. were iced in votional on the topic of "Thingsye Billy Dowling lIOn of !III
e boys .would make their evenings daughter Mary Katherine, on sonage. The Rev G. C. Powell gone with'the wind 'white and topped with a tiny ought to. have done." Prayerwas Mrs. B. J. DoWling of

i In the center much more enjoy- Friday, May first, in the Ala hua performed the ceremony In the rose. On the buffet in the dining said by Mrs\ A. M. Darby,

.able. County Hospital.To presence of a few friends. I Peeped in' on Leila an' Bill room there was a .silver bowl of W M. U. president and an Interesting -
Sgt. Pongo is tat I oned 'at
;) Each platoon will give an occasional Mundy's pre-JW dance cocktail calla lilies and white roses; while program was given, led
Camp Blanding, but will be transferred
party at the USO, and Serve Benefit SupperSt. to party las' Friday night Honor the mantel was banked with white by Mrs. Thomas, assisted by Mrs.!
soon Fort Meade
d'r each member will try to visit the and his wife ,to Maryland guests were khaktlad from Bill's sweetpeas, ferns and cascading W, J. Epperson, Mrs. H. L.

h center for an hour or two at Marks Young People's hIm the first of June.expects join home town Certainly seemedto gladioli. A silver service was Hough. Mrs. M. F Hazen and
least one evening each week. League will give a supper on Fri enjoy meeting the local lassies placed at each end of the table, Mrs. W. B. Alexander.

day night from 6 to 8 o'clock for Mrs. Olin W. White spent Mon. Add things I Never Saw Till and a variety of dainty sandwiches A layette was sent to a needy i) s t
'c Mrs. Florence Emma Canova, I IMI'I. the benefit of their camp fund. day In Jacksonville. Now: Three 'soldiers, from Vt., individual cakes, tea and expectant monther, and plans

George B. Flynn and Betty -- La., an' Miss., respectively, get- coffee were served. were made for helping serve refreshments -
Ann Flynn went Tuesday to Fort tin' permanent in the Starke Receiving the guests were Mrs.A. for the Dally Vaca

Bennlng, Ga., to visit Lt.'and Mr. Beauty Shoppe! Please don't ., C. Durden of Tampa, motherof tion Bible School. After the

; i Richard C. Kldd. Carolyn Callstreet let this leak out to the Jape Mrs.\ Beaaley, and Mrs. J. W. close of the meeting, refreshments

; On second thought, maybe those Kincaid, a slater. Mr. and Mrs. were served by the hostess and

luffly personalities, the brunette Beaaley received their many her daughter Miss Seleta Sparks. J

Mary Elleri an' the blonde Wilma guests" while standing In the den. The June meeting will be held

Well folks 'Twas quite a skirt Irene Matthews with a have something to do with attracting Mrs. Beasley's evening gown was with Mrs. O. A. Anderson.
& week for the red in the soldier trade WHILE YOUWAIT
socially Inclined. rose her hair, addin' just Circle Three met with Mrs. H.
fii __._ Starting( 'with the highly successful the necessary contrast for her Hear Ducky Llnsen Is having to his exams at Blanding that he A. Lawson Monday afternoon and *;
Junior Woman's Club dancelaa' black dress. break irr five rtew fountain girls was given his choice of enteringthe the devotional hour
was conducted
at 'the same time .
< Stork
i Friday and endln' with the Air Corps or attending 01Ilcer' by the hostess. Mrs. G. W. Alder- AH Work
trouble GuaranNJ
P Perry! Guinejr. Training School He
Silver Bill Long an'
; lovely Anniversary celebrat -- man led in prayer.
l lpa o n of Gertrude an' Chopple Hugh Ingram (U. of F.-ites) took .:.:..:....- chose the air Hmmm Only The Highest Quj
time off from studies Hear Artie Schneider is hospitalized Wish some boo' would give me the program presented by
l Beasley Tuesday night Two to come i Mr J. E. Futch Leather Used
at Moore Air Field r and Mrs. Orle
swellegant opportunities for over and bring along several at- near my choice of the Air Corps or
L l r Ktp gals, old, ;young, and Inbetweento us tractive classmates "Tan- Mission Texas. Doctors first Officers Training School BetI Wiggins plans were completedfor .

,. press out the wrinkles, polish gerine," the newest Jook organ diagnosed it as paralysis of the could find one with dark eyes the banquet to be given for
the nails an' go all-out for glam- smash hit, beln requested over throat but he's better now thank an' wavy black hair! Y. W. A. members and their BROWNSTEENlSHOE ?

: ; our once again v an' over Cokes. (cut 30 percent you, and will be discharged in an- So long See you In the mothers on Friday night, May 8. REPAIR
locally) giving out long be- other week Seems that Artie next The meeting was closed with
-ti Wtt: fore the dance was over Lts. made such a high I. Q. rating on Carolyn.. prayer by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Across From P

.... Hear the JW'w cleared $30 from Ely an' Patterson an' Major after which the hostess. served de
their little frolic, which Isn't half Flckey addln' that
military touch
1'F 0'j bad at 6Oc stag, 75c drag . Festivities endln' to the tune .
Saw Fran '
Opperman lookln' morebtunnin' "
j "Stardust
theme song of .
(If possible) than in "
BALANCE I IRumford ever mualc-furnlsher
Angus Merrltt. .
a white an' number an' .' .
green Orchid.
} cakes don't fall down. i that lovely taffy-colored hair to Delia Rosenberg for '>1'
:! slweyebnee.enb.iancedteatursl! ouch a grand even In', an' why
piled high; Ann Kemper strike
s! ; No alum cither to leave bitter don't' we have 'em more often?
r in' In red silk crepe Dorothy .
}, tail*. FRf.EI New lugarleu recipe :
Swanbom in a aubued shade of
i%' ; IIII conserve booklet. Be vital a kitchen patriot Write lavender lace Fran Peek with i
h supplies today almost SWEETER
I Rumford Baking. Powder pink ostrich feather !In her hairto tempt to describe THAN SWEETS

t Boa CS, Rumford Rhode Island.D match her dress Rllzabeth.Joiner's fey soiree '
big print green an' white worth welting

.. _._ 1 ,__..- --,- ____._. I for Gertrude )
b P, - it in while jersey "
* ._* * *__ * *; i, raid IS
ing number FREEDOM
tional) colors, even

white an' blue .
when carried In the form of Demorest never .

Amtrloan Express than in her blue ., ..

Travelers Evelyn Rltch

';'L''; ; everywhere upon glamour hair-do .with. .a Eva new :. When you look at your ration card

l signature identification.Good tracting plenty of / .remember -
id4'z' until tiled. A refund''
? '' i if lost or ttolcn. Denomina Chinese evening ..:' Food less sweet is still much
'i characters sweeter than
dons, $10, $20, |V 0 and slavery.
$10O. Cost nominal. For ale on ,a white jacket,.
at this bank (Bence) Wilson a
In a rose dinner

vA Brownlee In a too, \,
white '.Q.Oui

* * * *. fect featurln'. Myrwln the drop limited supply of sugar m..t be conserved because-

', "BUY WAR BONDS" -- -- tiful gown : "': f ships must be released
top with white to transport
men and
t FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE More = to far-flung battle fronts. supplies

Member Federal Deposit Insurance than one
the board
In face
r Member Florida National Group array of food I. is
sugar an essential
"BUY MORE 'WAR BONDS" by the Hendersons ( ', energy food for our 'fighting men
x-' Makes my and those of our allies. .
-_ f'_ -_., to recall the

filled with creamed
luscious ham neatlln' sugar-cane products are of great importance to

biscuits .Other cessful suc-.
r too of the war.
numerous to
Mmmmmm .
gifts for the honored vaxatlonln'i ,,

n Among the many: a *

vice from "the ..
dozen tea spoons Sugar eaten in slavery would be

STARKE FLA of the two night ,,: a bitter potion,indeed.Cut .

Judge. Adklns
ervenln with a touch ., .stl+kti, : '\

by wUhin Gertrude

Sun., Mon., Tues.-May 10, 11, 12 twenty-five more
't'"t' "Smiling ness "and then x ,your sugar consumption even below the allowable

Through"With ration and thus make
: Jeanette MacDonald and Gene Raymond Glimpsed Kitty Hoc I doubly sure your food will always. be
a two weeks' ,v ; flavored by the precious
sweetness of '
1F Understand liberty.
; Wed., .Thurs.-May 13. 14 DOUBLE: FEATURE) visitor to the Camp ,

;' No. 1-"Shy* Iri The. Army Now" pital! Powell When you look at ,your sugar'ration card smile '
ing color photos of am *
tl With Veda Ann.Borg and Lyle\ Tolbot beauties gathered at ,, ..,.. n sweetJy- you may appreciate to the fullest. aDd
y f". your right
Sunday for ,the your liberty to .
No.2uRiae And Sh.irie"With gave honoring brides smilelUNITED .
,' '
f. ,n Jack OaJcle and LInda DarneU ", ,Tnede an' M.' r J 0 r

ti Thomson: Used .

d e-euvered fence
Fri.., Sat.-May 15, 1ft-DOUBLE FEATURE ground' ., Hear

r ,s No. 1="Down In San, Diego"With Bride"forth with on his"Hear -i- VICTORY

Bonlta OranviUe and Ray. McDonald the bonor-'Ul8t! ; : STATES SUGAR

Luclle Green' la pulrin CORPORATION
; No. 2 "Rider
Of The Purple Sage" innocent friends: "You R. ,

With Ceo. Montgomery and Mary Howard want us to start .. esassess CLEWISTON.
trio light bulbs?" ; FLORIDA

Why? .
\\m i MIDNIGHT SHOW MAY 16, 11:So P.M. black-out! "In, the Heart of the
'c", "Blue White And Perfect" -
j I With Lloyd Nolan and Helen. Reynolds drews) Duke an' ''ottAll up from (

May be here for the ...

'h understand .

\ Roane off the job w C



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BITS of LOCAL W. S. C. S. Circles 1 f
NEWS Enjoy Picnic
i Ladies
. I Auxiliary three or four miles south of townon
Met Tuesday AfternoonMrs. I Road 13 and plan to make | |
tUde I A picnic was recently enjoyedand Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of the Starke their home. i

Arlen Thomneweekend Miss Marcia Sparkman spent Miss Kitty Hogsed. of Jack- T. J. Griffin and "'''ter'l a delicious\ picnic lunch was Presbyterian Church will meet \

d Mr! in Jack90natksl1nvl1h' the week-end at her home In Dade sonville.! Is spending a week's vacation hostesses Mrs. Carrie Monday Rltch afternoon were joint I !nerved! under the big magnolia I next Tuesday afternoon at to' ( \lW OF THANKS I'
Beach. city. here with her mother, Mrs. they entertained Circle NumberOne. trees for which Klngnley Lake III'' clock. Mont esses will be Mrs. Fred We desire to express our heartfelt

lltleq Miss Nina Mr. and Mrs. M. Mayhew and W. B Park, and Dr. Parks. of the Woman's Society of famous.( The happy participantswere Stump and daughter, Mile Evelyn appreciation and gratitude

%Bishop-! w C. PowellJiuy daughter, Barbara Jean, enjoyeda Mrs. A. C. Durden of Christian Service of the Methodist. Joe tCJwardn. Jr., his Stump. All members of the fug the many expressions of sym

In Jacksonville.. pleasure trip to St. Augustine IR a guest this week of her Tampa daugh- church Sweet peas and other mother Mrs. Mae Kdwarda!, and Church are cordially Invited. Vlsl- pathy and kindness, and especiallyfor
I I Thursday ters, Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Spring flowers were tastefully arranged hilt sister, Miss Elaine Edwards. bra welcome. the beautiful flower received
Johns of May was J. W. Kincaid. in the living room where of Starke; Mrs. W. K. Wilder and during the recent illness, death
ne guest of Mr. and Pvt. and Mrs. William Myers the guests were seated. daughter, of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs H. O. Osburn and children and burial of our beloved wife

n '.end Green and family. have returned from a ten-day fur Mrs. W. H. Graham and Infantson Mrs. William Blair reviewed the Mrs Jo:. T. King, of Jacksonville; arrived in Starke Sunday from and loved one.

nZO lough, which, they spent In William Henry, III returnedto second chapter entitled in "Our the spirituallife Mr. and Mrs Gene King of Fayetteville, N. C. Her husband Wilmer Holuendorf and family. t
study Times"by
i Barefoot Miss Sara Natchez Miss : their home here Friday fromSt. Youngstown Ohio; Mr* Bruce Tech. Sgt. Osburn, who Is stationed .
Bradley. Bible
Mrs Bernice OpperL Luke' Hospital Jacksonville. passage Thomas and two daughters from at Camp Blanding. recently HULK INDEX: CARDS-3 dt ,
( and illustrating,, points in the
Cincinnati, Ohio, and their sister !
in Jackson- purchased a home and small farm .1 BILADFOBD COUNTY
tyIt Thursday Miss Miriam per
a sealer
at book read
t were by Mrs. Frank Mrs. Fay Gill. Mrs. Thomas will '
F. S. W. C., Is the guest of her Mrs. N. D. from Mr. and :Mrs A. D. Crosby TKUKOIIAFH.: .
Wainwright wag in Colley Mrs. W. G. Halle. Mrs. be remembered by a host of i,
brother and elster.ln-law! Mr. and GaJneavllle Sunday visiting her Carrie Rltch. Mrs.. T. J. Griffin, friends In Starke as Miss Frances -- I II il l
lira W B. Mundy, Jr., Mr.. Fred Guy. daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Mrs L. A.. Davis, Mrs. W. K. King. I
daughter Clitfr Jean. and baby daughter, Mary Middleton, Mrs.. Blair and Miss '
ng relatives in Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Woodfln G. Halleof Katherlne. Amy Coburn. The circle chair-, f
. Bell-Green Standing Center Inc.
.hle West Palm Beach will spendMother's m 0. n. Mrs. Middle ton, presidedover '
Mrs. Efflo Johns and Dalton a short business ; ,
Day here with Mr. and meeting:, Mr. and Mrs. Everette Green of I
ols Mayeu has returned Mrs. W. ,Q. Halle.Beautiful Carter have been called to Web- and at this time plans were made Starke the of
visit In Ttitusvllle with ter because of the serious illness for putting flowers* in the church announce marriage

ther, ifrs. Alice Shel- Cleaning, Beautiful of their slater, Mrs. Raymond for the coming month. roy their Bell daughter of Camp Lucille Blandtng., to Sgt.The Le- Bar
Strickland.Mrs. During the social period the
eta TaIloring a t Marks Blanding ceremony took place at Lake Butter
Tailors, Opposite" Park Theatre. hostess served iced tea, sandwiches May 1, County Judge J. R. I ,
of Talla- Effle Johns and Mrs. E. and pickles. ;
Corpening i
[luldah In forkthe a fewLdsy Mrs. 0.' ,J. Griffin returned !A. Winkler spent Wednesday In Circle Number Two Mrs.Townsend Bell will officiating.make their Sgt.home and in Grill & Patio !' t
purpose Jacksonville, shopping and visit. Circle N umber,:Two met at the ; tt
od Wednesday to St. Augustine aftera I Ozark, Ala., after May 9.
ing Mrs. Johns' sister, Mrs. Me- home of Mrs and Mrs. A. F. Sauls,
short visit with her
daughter, t '
4 I Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. Crutching. which was, pro( #ely decorated Office 8 u p p U..M.. Bradford o os
Bernice Opperman and 1 with choice roves .and sweet peas. County Telegraph.MONDAY.
Opperman accom-' Mrs Florence Yarbrough has The meeting was opened with a f
snet* Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown .
Mr and Mrs. Homer returned to her home at Rniford short Bible reading by Mrs. G. C.
? and son, Buster of Tampa spent
and Infant son of At- after a visit here with her daughters Powell and Miss Amelia Ray offered
several days here last week with s
spent Sunday at Silver friends and relatives. : Mrs. M. H. Moody and Mrs. a prayer. The circle chairman MAY 11
Minnie Gibson. Mrs. Powell then proceededwith
the business session; Mlas! '
Nlta Maruca was taken to the Miss Arline Mann, Secretary In Olive Ray transacted her duties PRICES IN THE NIGHTLY UNTIL ONE O'CLOCK

I St. Vincent Hospital, Jacksonvillelast Congressman Lex Green's Washington as secretary and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- FOLLOWING HAKHEK c ,
Sunday morning in a De klns looked after the finances of 6 F
G office arrived in Starke SHOPS WILL REFROZEN ): I
Witt Jones ambulance.
Monday:( to remain for a few daysIn the circle. It was.."announced that
his local office. the circle would meet In June AT r
1' Miss Betty Jeanette Hall, of with Mrs. F, H. Long. Mrs. J. Maurice "Lucky" Luckett

Arcadia has arrived In Starketo Mr. and Mrs. Jack Soloman W. White gave a carefully pre- All Haircuts40c AT THE PIANO r l
make her home with her pared review of the first
have chapterof
returned to their home in "
"The Man
father, contractor Obe F. Hall. Brooklyn N. Y., after a two "Our Times" the new book for With 1,000 Sons* r, }

month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. study. (I'
Mrs. C C. Hoppe and son, Jim- Murray Soloman. After the meeting adjourned, Shaves 25c ,

my, of Tampa, spent Sunday here Mrs. Sauls, assisted'' by Mrs. L, D. (
J with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grono and Green served ice cream and Miss Lucille Bergeson I I
Mr. and Mrs. O.: L. Beasley. Mrs. W. C. Page spent Sunday in pound cake. .. : '!I'd j
St. Augustine visiting Miss Mar- Circle Number Three Singer Of Songs You Like \!

Billy Saunders, who Is with the garet Grono, who Is a stud"* Mrs. L. D. Vinlng was hostess Three Friends I'
NEW LIFE"for Air Corps stationed at Savannah at the D. & B. School. to Circle Number Three at her .

Spring Ga., spent the week-end visiting home on West Madison Street, Barber Shop 6 f.
his mother, Mrs. Grace Saunders. Miss Miriam Guy, who is a senIor and the living room was made
Oxfords at the Woman's College in more attractive with bowls and Coming Soon !.

James L. Hair, of Lake City, Tallahassee spent the week-end vases of snapdragon and choice Big Name Acts '
Out Those Old Spring son-in-law of F. C. Holllngoworth. here with her brother and ulster- roses.,
, rs. Well. Make Them left Tuesday for St. Petersburg in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy. Soon after the guests arrived, City Barber From Miami Night Clubs !
I. the hostess!! served refreshing .
i where he will enter the Army Air
or> Another Season.e Coca-Colas Shop
sandwiches and potato I
Corps Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. Andreu
and Mrs. L. F. Dtnkinx accompanied chips. Mrs. E. L Williams, circle I i i

Electric Shoe Col. and :Mrs. D. E. Knight, Joan Dinkins to Tampa chairman, opened the meeting 1

Merry Beth and Nancy Lee Wednesday, where she will be the with session' prayer and a short business JEROME C. HUGHES, Operator I l
Shop followed.
Knight attended Navy Day cele- g u est of Mr. and Mrs.. Earl *
Mrs. W. B. Sewell Cannon'sBarber Will Try To Offer You Some Real
ppoll Park Theatre bration In J a c k s o nVllIe last Hatcher. interestingly 1 4
'Thursday. reviewed the first chapter of "Our Recreation Amusement and Fun i

Mrs.. G. Rownfeld, of New York Times," combining scripture references Shop I
"'='''"''''=''''"'-"'''"'-""""-"==..,,.,.,.=...=...=...r-. =..=...=...=. =...=....=.....=.-=..-...............=..... ...... City arrived Monday to spend to illustrate the writer's I'' :

two or three weeks with her son- Impressive points. t

CK SERVICE AND SATISFACTION in-law and daughter, Mr. and .r j l,
.*.. Mrs."' Mike ,Mills, 0 f :,$u low'. ... ,....;J----- J'I... ,' t

IS OUR'MOTTO g gCo Army store. Your Florida Visit Won't lie Complete Until You ,

S. H. Croft who has been In

art Orders, Sandwiches, Cold Drinks g Jacksonville!! for the past three SPRINGSFLORIDA'S
months, has returned to Starke SEE SILVER .
And Delicious Home Made Pies g and is in the Court Street Barbershop ...

of Jimmie Cannon.
&A Joe Frigo deputy sheriff! in -t
> Luncheonette g Duval County, was in Starke I FAMED INTERNATIONAL ATTRACTION ...

Tuesday in the interest of his t

brother-in-law. Emory Price, candidate -_ -_-
for Congress from the Second [
a.fNMNMN j..JJJc t
Congressional district. : Y IT'Ayat is r

I Take This Opportunity Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful ..
Tailoring a t Rtarke Blandlng
f Thanking All Who Voted For And Tailors. O|>po lte Park Theatre I

upported M
son, George, of Tallahassee areIIpendlng I It
Election a few days here with t

Mrs.. Patten's mother, Mrs. E. E. '
Is'In ....'i,,)
Canova while Mr. Patten ,

Believe In Saying It With "Deeds"Not Washington, D. C., on business. ),

With "Words" John R. Bolen, of Valdoata, Ga., l's'
Division Freight Agent for the G.
tl' .!'
S. & F., Railroad and H. G. Ellis\ I Ib Ir
GEORGE INMAN of Jasper, connected with Maxwell Ih
Brothers' Plywood Box Factor

)', were visitors In the office
of Mayor N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,


NAT SEZ: Congressman and Mrs. R. A. .
Green spent last Thursday In
If you had your choice, would you Jacksonville where they attendedthe

rather donate your extra money. Navy Relief program. Tuesday -

i tot the Jape and German or afternoon they drove to Hast
ings"", where they were honor
would you rather lend It to your
guests at the annual Hastings
t country Potato Festival. x t

Naturally, yon would' rather lend n.

It. because, a loan to, the U. S. A. employe Miss Yvonne In Stump's Gay, of Store Hampton, was, Bring the Family. 'Spenrf a Day They'll Always Remember. See Nature's Unaarwaftt} .
will be paid back with Interest.
visftlng friends in Cross City *- Fairyland Thru Glass Bottom Boats
If you don't lend It, I'M afraid Sunday. Last Saturday night her

you'll "soon have' to give It, In mother, Mrs. A. A. Gay, sister r
some form of taxation and no tax Eloise and brother Joe left for ROSS ALLEN'S REPTILE INSTITUTE

J collector has ever been known to Lee vt1le. La., where they will See..J AUTHENTIC SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE FREE i
give any taxes spend the summer. Yvonne and JUNGLE CRUISE
Buy Bond and More Bonds her father will follow later on In CONSERVATORY FILLED WITH TROPICAL PLANTS

______ the summer.

Inducted Into the U. 8. Army and Ue u r.'I. De7yet9A.M.-Noon-4P-M. t
la at present at Fort Dlx N. J.,
HT AIL FIGURES WITH, has been placed M pianist in,the :


.6 'MNM suite In,a letter to relatives "If Enjoy FAMOUS SPRINGS'CAfE -A'LA CARTE '
I had known army life was -so -
I m\M:1a\ : fun I would have volunteered 'I :
long ago. ;
Ike Mary Bonon Sap. .... Mall. .. foe .11 I tI
and Mrs. Ann I' 1
Mrs. W. M. Ward ;
.u*...die.has MB-d Ibid P<-1 Lf for few .r .
Mason left yesterday a
An4 1*.y 4..aol rU.. ttf w unlit as IA.ahoui .. the
vlMt at Live Oak. Today VV ILLUSTRATED
days Sunset
......... Ida Haddock Sunday School class ",, | ,. I Open Dally Sunrise 'to

SZSteraJergs of giving the Methodist a party for Church all women there of.Is T.xf Meet All Train: end.Buses .t Ocal.I Far.: $1 l for the Round Tripe? BOOKLETS r

Live Oak 70 years of age and J "
above. Mrs. Ward Is not attend 5 MILES EAST Or OCALA ON DAYTONA HIGHWAYL ; 1

ing the party because of her age, r
I but because the class wa named STATE ROAD 500

for her mother ').(1'.. 'Ida Had
dock. They will return to Starke 1

Monday. f

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FARMERS' SECTION -l, Farmers. Rate j from stick the Then, ,ep d

1B :'J jJ On stick vertrcaii 1014 Q,
Priority RepairsThe \ o...
I I I rI and note ,It.. 'roaaWiOga
t. ( ,
ff, .
r ,
1 ? t
farm machinery repair pro
II gram will be assisted by the recent fe& "C
$ be
}t COMMON SENSE. action of the War Produc- L : :- s&&w $ scale sawlogs ''n ", 'et
on 'rhl,
1 1J MAKE YOUR SHOES LAST WAR BRINGS UNITY tion Board In amending prefer- I r, /Jl number of boa,,''te I ttki
J ( 1' / rating order No. P-100 to ex- ( I 5 7 t/ vat "ce (. Example ? tl'tt _
ence t
'j erifarioud arr n
t lit y t' 't( Leather shoes are one of our'll' "This Is war, man, this Is war. { a alvJr art {prr diameter eat II
assistance for the
tend priority repair and
r which must bets That s tat ement, made frequently si! e
i commodities we \ Lama two &
of agricultural machinery.The ,' FLORIDA 'BAN : 16-to01 rep,
f. 1 J gin saving With hundreds of Is expected to explain contain 116 >

lot:' (i'p'll', '"1 ; thou an
of nhoeg each and the reason for trtioitaices! in metal Alter
;,. 1 five pairs year blacksmith who does it for measuring aU

jY :tt q ,!t sometimes more, a very large percentage goods, sugar, coffee, bags, rubber him may now apply an A-10 priority ctvie his tract In lhi8 'Io'al'

(j'. f1 f i r{ : .: of our top grade leather: and other things that are affectIng rating to obtain welding & rynrhin:Of valorous1 .petformed lies mer may then add up
11 the lives of both rural and rods, bar Iron, nuts, bolts, rivets, and determine
't I betafrof Cr j JuIt
I aside for shoes nation CAPTAIN
\> 1 Is Bet military In in the by board feet
I urban people, bringing changes or other material that cannot be he hagBelling 10
r I'ft' Leather will lent better and wear gg
}4mi i' Before
and certain
living conditions to a obtained without a priority rating i
L f If It la kept soft, strong i I r ru
h, \i' ,t!, longer Thin be done extent, hardships not known In and Is used for repairing farm J t* Me Oral JSTred sawmill tit farmer ,
and pliant. may ,
to look
) a recent year It is to their everlasting machinery. / around to
.. tA: by lubricating and polluting. Getting credit that the people, by get more for ']
II. G. Clayton, chairman of the i his
j :): leather wet takes out some trtq'
\1' \: I 9 i of the natural oil and leaves it and large, are accepting the Florida USDA War Board, pointsout J c veneer mill Or ((for
; I ;' I strictions with good grace and re-I that while there Is straight ones) for <
a ''i hI I I tiff, dry, and hard Mud also Is no guar- Ing. 'polo
sincere desire to help.
i J" antee that an A-10 rating will be
!' :1 hard on leather, as not only I'V
L : ., I f. I leaves it hard, but stains It asa But nowadays we like to e>e sufficient to obtain delivery of all i 'k FS11r
't well. kept Informed-to be told 11 .. YIPa.
now .aa.w
L.a..rowaaa. .a .neaL..a.t. +
ti (-.W.
I. ) only that such a thing Is necessary materials, the order will .R
w.Ya. .a.t.a w.rip a
When given treatment,,, T at wwnrw.r 1 % 1'S flaw e.neeu al.aaa mkI aes.a.asa
d 1 proper but why It Is necessary Ando be of real benefit to the farm :' .a.a af.0.r... noal.a..nonSan.aanco.nf.arL e.Y a acts. a.no.at man ...a 1 aMYM
1 .,.. .
; .. .
shoes will suffer less. from getting a.Twa&aaa a a e. ra a a. .na.LL a. Y aaa.Y.a .N-s. er. east.Mtn Ih
far as possible the governmentIs machinery repair program.To Nall a.owto.e.ae a-1e..M masse +r
wet. Wipe off all mud and dirt,
1, qd{ ly i ; and If necessary wash them with following a policy of complete apply the preference ratingfor siftnewMEBrtsWhenth' .

w warm water. Then rub grease or frankness in this respect. deliveries of materials, a far- : eL 'Yllll''iwFi. 11 V" take6

( oil Into the. leather( while It I* still We are told that the vast pro- mer or repairman simply copies tt 1 !f.n '/ t't':. f 't r.\tZ.r: ; 1i ,, '' ; 'lK ;i.u m

wet. This prevents the shoes duction program l Is necessary because and signs the following statementon I

14 at from drying stiff and hard. By our own fighting forces and the original and all copies of -Florida National Bank of Jacksonville and It" affiliated banks of the Florida National

'+ i stuffing the shoe with soft crum civilian population and our allies his purchase order: Group presented $. OO.OO to Mr*. Colla P. Kelly, Jr., for her naval aviator husband's heroic deed In
4 t" pled paper, their proper shape need more foods, fabrics, and I Material for maintenance, Kinking a Japanese battleship, payment wan made on a ..p rlally designed Illustrated check. The check, i

$ l Ia more quickly on the 'Inside. Dry Almost over night our farm situation rating A-10 under preference The natal heroN widow wan In lot .\n eIeH. when she received the check which was authorized: '
in a place where it's not too has been changed from one rating order No. P-100 with VOTERS S SOF
N of burdensome .surpluses to one by the Florida National Group of Bank In January. The money WWI designated for "the use of her J
warm or damp, never by a fire the terms of which I am familiar.
4s a on stove. Heat ruins leather, and of threatened a h o r tages wh Ich I on." All bonk. of the Florida National Group are displaying photograph of this unusual check SCHOOL mSLawtey ,

4 3i= wet leather scorches easily. Avoid I, farmers may later are become striving acute valiantly And, in -------------------------- I ( A lord|, S,
wearing shoes before they are -
Cruise Timber \
r''I dried thoroughly. Wet leather 1 the face of less labor and equipment (Signature) WITH OUR FARMERS I

." I {+ 'Is soft and weak. Wearing wet to produce the things When an order for repair material Before You SellCrul..e

shoes also Is a menace to good needed bearing this preference rat C. T. Thornton works with his I berries," he stated last Saturday. Since UMNiunin outta!
health. Secretary Wickard aptly described your own timber .before -
I ing Is placed with a dealer or .supplier father Rube Thornton 40acre "The the School
on a quality and price set'sgood. Itoaia nwrabrrUuary
For street shoes, with the situation when he said the supplier in turn selling and you will realize
grease I may farm which he rents at Hell- I can't grumble a bit ex
\ 19-41. $24.3,
i ? castor oil, as! this Is the only oil "The burden and responsibilities I pass this rating on to the manufacturer bronn Springs1. They have never cept I'm mad because I didn't' a better profit from it. ti hit|

,, over which shoe polish can be resting upon American farmers j or Jobber to obtain the raised any strawberries, be said, have more of them." This Is Ext enslon Forester paid on old obligation// ,/
utwil. Work shoes are staggering" But the farmersare Louis T Nlelaud's advice to Flor Board
I need frequent I material or replace his stock. ) (or $2.79
although they have frequently Mr. Sapp also stated that he per c.
and not dismayed, they are roll ida farmers who own pine forest
thorough to
greasing give
f helped other people pick I their would have a good deal of truck per Auditor's reportHj
ing their sleeves and working land.
1w up
long service. Such oils and fats
RISINGBy crop.I --n we stay here another for market. "I have six acres of of June SO, 1941.
t $ as neatsfoot, castor tallow all they have: never worked before Cruiser and sticks
+ or log scale are
Mr James Norman he said Saturday "we lima beani and 6 of
year planto acres string
41,' ; v ;i. f a mixture of these are good to produce the biggest supplies needed to determine the board this amount, -8,823(4", 1
grow some berries. beans. He said he would sell
"I A Put grease on after slightly ever of fool had.I crops this countryhas Mr. and Mrs. James Norman "I have" beendoing *o much most of it at Lawtey, though he feet In trees and logs. These may paid toward a foul ,

warming with a soft cloth and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernie public work-working for other would try all the markets and sell be obtained from the American new of $17,10410 I

y rub well with the hand. Besides And at the same time they Norman and family In Gainesville people so much -- that I have where he could do the best.. "I I Forestry Association Washington the 1941--2 budget, 11'1
protecting the shoes against mud, have faith that the policies of this i D. C., for $1. Figures on
1 water country and Its allies will bring Sunday. hardly had time for anything was born just across the Baker- these sticks be every rvamm to dune
heat used
t drying, and hardening Bradford County line before may quickly i
r t lubrication protects shoes success; that we will not only Miss Clara Sapp of Lake Butler else. Mr. Thornton works partof they and easily by the farmer in of the old lnclcbt<'dMtt, i
the time at home and of ever divided this county, he said.
r a from perspiration. Many shoes preserve our world and our way has returned home after spending part measuring his timber. paid off by June SO, :
moved here
then back
r f, ; +.g are ruined by perspiration. of living from being lost, but will a week with her sister Annette the time for other people. Re- once, And here are the Extension
cently he has been working: for to Baker, and then back in Bradford -
IyE W Lime, cement, and lye often are help to build a new world and a i Norman. William Sapp and Ellery Sapp. County this time for the past. forester's directions for determining With this raord),, I ,
_ dropped on work shoes and better way of life; that we will I Mrs. Jessie Morgah and Miss 33 the number of board feet In a fully ak
He was! born near Raiford in yearll."Thel.e re-election to u
something to fight for and
1 clothes. If such materials get on Ruth Goodman attended church tree:
shoes, clean at once and oil. not merely Isms to fight against. services at Pine Level Sunday. Union County. are a great many Hold the cruiser stick crosswise flee at the Drmocnikl
4 This year they have been raising changes here. Old Starke doesn't
The war has roused us from
wary May 26.
against the trunk four anda
Do not wait until soles are worn our lethargy, our bickerings and Mr, and Mrs. James Norman corn, peanuts, pens, beans and look a bit like she used to," he
1r'A t, through completely, or the heels dissension that characterized the were visiting Mrs. Norman's par tomatoes "We may sell a few' stated Saturday. "I'm In hope half feet from the ground, and
are half before ents, Mr. and Mrs..M. J. and note the diameter as shown on the Vote For
e M 11 gone having them depression period. To that extent Sapp beans later on, he said. "We are this change Is for the bent, and I

vi r repaired. It has had a salutary effecton family .of Lake Butler last week. needing some rain now out whereI believe it 'Is." But referring to better not wait till the war is J. S. (BUDDY) I
Mrs. Jack
Ti Before putting away shoes that our people. As thoughtful Sapp has returned live. It Is getting awfully dry the fact that the farmers would over to get back to farming.; If NORMANFor

i li are not In use clean them, then farm, woman was quoted in a recent home after spending a while with out there. The corn, beans and have to return to their farms at I t didn't see it that way I wouldn'tbe

l store them In a dry, cool, andU&hl Issue of a national farm her husband at Ft;, Bennlng, Ga. everything need rain now." the clone of the war, and that it farming 90 acres of land. I

; 1 ti 8' place. This. prevents moulds Journal, "Horrible 8ft war is. and lie has left for some far away Mr. Thornton registered In the would not be a good Idea for would be farming only my own School Board Met

lY and mildew from attacking them will be, I feel today that It has land, not stating where first draft, he, said but has not them to wait too long to do it, acreage without renting any ex- District One

An occasional brushing, airing, reawakened America to herself. Mrs. Maggie Norman was visiting yet been inducted Into the service Mr. Sapp said: "Whenever this tra

} and sunning Is also helpful. We have a heritage again" her son, Ernie, In Gainesville Government "We'll eventually win the war," (Paid Political \d\ertlm|

t nr f Frequent oiling and polishing, Sunday he said, "but It Is going to take
tt''' i, repairing, and proper storing MANUSCRIPT COVERS!: -91 Mrs James Norman was! vial t- J. C. I'rlnglr lives on the farm the way I look at It. People had time."

; will add months to the' wear of per" 100- BRADFORD COUNTY I ing her sister Mrs Norman Wiggins of his mother, Mrs. Daisy Pringle, j' _

aboe .. TELI:GRAPII. In Jacksonville. Friday, 2 1-2 miles west of Lawtey. They / T Ju'
9r raised no berries this year on

their SO acres. "We have had

them every year since I can remember Strviee Men DNXT
r rw4 ," said Mr.\ Pringle Sat wart ro rht

r.k r. For Today's Needs didn't urday.grow"This any.Is the I've first been year woik we rt yDUGIVE NlSlelRY? \ ROOM

a Ing at Camp Blanding, and could for

a' i not get anybody to set the plants ucker,331 East

If you are an eligible I was; making more money at the Ka ,Suset.aaohln.RoixrSH J.tiuonrine, rOf O RUMORS! !
A =
Camp than I could have made F myth
buyer one of the raising strawberries. But I have ., ., nine down tor the.11t0 Conioot Jtldg

_ <' BUY A i NEWCHEVROLET been off from the Camp ever 1 Ma16Yx Jgeksomrillar Irlorlda

t many, classes of since. Christmas-all of 1942." 1772

{ Mr. Pringle, la raising for the
people qualified to market a few beans, Irish potatoes

and sweet corn. "I'd rather (
buy a new motor car sell here, but it all depends on the

price. I may"nave to take some .

under the Govern- of It to Jacksonville. I sold all _

( my corn last year to a truck at

ment's rationing plan the Farmers' Market,'. he said.

When the farming Is all through,

"j your Chevrolet he said, "I'm' going back to work Enemy propaganda '
at Camp Blanding-unless I am
flourishes best when t1 *
dealer will be called into the service in the .
glad to
BUY AQUALITY i meantime. I registered last Feb- people fall for false '

ruary. If they call me I'll haveto statements.
help Certificate Question
you get a '
y.f go like a man or be Ued likea 4
hog." every statement good or bad, that you hear .
1 of
; Purchase
1 t( ti
The Prlnglea have about 40 M for source, for accuracy, for content and intent!
CAR head of cattle, 20 hogs a horse, \
obtatnadelivery of two mules and about 25 chickens. : \'

your new car with a he"We' said are Saturday.needing: rain He right was now born," WORK yes but take time out

'; BUY, ANECONOMY I minimum of trouble In Bradofrd County. ; a for relaxation, too !

J. S.
Sapp tends 90 acres at
and Bright companion for smooth mellow
delay. Lawtey one acre 0 f which Istrawberrles.

"I did fine on my t y JAX Beer the famous Drink' of Friendship will keep

jhi CAR IV-: 'mr"tT COURT BRADFORD you feeling. fit as' a fiddle. Choice American grains
e'OCNTY' FLoRIDA IN aDu C"KRY til AN. 1 masterfully brewed' by experienced American brew'o

Henry John 1'.''''.Jr. Plaintiff, vs.
dant.Marilyn('a.Oal1uKh. No. 1990 P.ncak. Defen I masters. impart to JAX a good'DRY, zestful taste.

ORDER NOTlt'ETo OP. PUHUCATIOV APPEAR AND .5 gat" No wonder you hear so discriminating Floridians

rk' Oalisaher STATE ot P.ncak' ..FtORIOA Whose to:re.ld.nc.Marilyn E 'r: ,? aa ': "Make Mine JAX J" You can't buy a better beer at any F' ,

I. (Inknown
Remember-you get a long-lived, dependable Tou are required to appear. on n tetta
t& SEE YOUR June Int.. 194) In the above named pVlCTORY
court and cause. wherein ,
plaintiff $10 WEEI
i'r"4rv economical motor car when you buy "The Finest seeks. dlvo"" .. and Custody nt Child FREEl' EVERY

f. Chevrolet of AI-I-nme." CHEVROLET DEALER AND publish aradfnrd thin County Order T.I..raph In neat shall four S *, BUY lot oriftiul victory..Ioe. n. U"*

It costs little to buy, weekly Wltn." issues..... .my hand and offlrlnl YaiT.o on*in this.J. --

operate and IET HIM HEl/DETERMINE seal Yt lta Florida' thl" April ----RULES-
maintain. ..
And most Important_ .\ 39th.fOFFtCIAI. SEAfA.:1.. E OND. 1 You may send. In Pa ....nyentrics.. n

N of all, It's designed A.. Clerk. nf Raid' ( Thomas 11-22 u "a aaF.wG JaV'jL .a. week. as you want.J .ned( 'br a
and built .
to JacPscnVinV. Each be .eeomp.e
serve you faith YOUR, Wm. O. "JTJ.*",. Fla. \ SIA1dPS entry mule "0tI'/
EllGIIILITYTO Atty. for .v label or rcaeon.bl .crfmife ''''" .
for .des bottle 01 Beer Ala, or St QUI '_
fully a l long time JAX ,
to come-It's a quality motorcar iN .mr"IT with, reL's
r ; eornT RR ,npnAD I The ......" must be orIa/n.1 rein.
PURCHASE A NEW rnt""TT FLORIDA *" CLANCRY. Any slogans; now In u.s wiU 1M .
through and .1 Neatn_ and orl"lnaHty eounTMximl b'a
through. s2 \
'I Secrete. -Drfonditnt ereto. 4Pl&ln lff.. ... Fred : .. credit will be Iyen to large
Ca Vo. .
1991. .
is MOTOR CAR OnnF.R PCBLICATTOV. AND Eaarlufoe.thisweektn-tbepo.'-bora..* di.pUy. *""..taJ .,.
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You are required. In .
June l.t, 1J4J. in til,. ahov. nam"3 # In It'r'tlm prim ..'" *
7 c duplicate
Court and ...u..... wherein plalntiftl I
-t I awarded. .
Torode a ei. k. dlrnrro. ,
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t DWIGHT L. MOODY"All that I have ever accomplished in my life I BON ART'S GIFT .

owe to my mother."

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You to visit her shoppe and national life; she is more important by far than the sue* I

I cessful statesman, or business man, or artist, or scientist." $1.75 Actual Value ,
make your: Mother's Day gift selec- c''
On the cross, when the Master was bearing the sins of the world, He h ,.
tions. We have a store full]] of gifts 't'I
had ti\te to think of mother and to express that thought in the wordsto '

that mother" .' would,' be proud to John:. "Behold: thy mother.. True greatness always recognizesobligation. In case of additional prints, no'charge will 'be .. t I ;
i Honesty compels up to give to mother, for she, without any I

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Diamonds ... . Silverware
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Also Cameo Pins 1.Lockets Necklaces offer. No more arc available

Beautiful Monogram StationeryCARPENTER'S Bathing Trunks $1.25 to $3.00 ._

Gem Jewelry Splendid values

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T '' I near Live Oak, Saturday even: market
I Monday
I New River News Ing. The guests all enjoyed swimming It is estimated AIIhi1

FACTORY: skating, dancing and last first load of that iii,

WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne America Winning I but not least, a big basket din- here fOr JacksonVIUe.vegetabJea t

By Jemle Lee! Uutnnby LONG BRIDGE CHURCH ner.Mr plans to s
and Mrs. E. C. Priest, Mr. grandmother wktM,,
Battle Production C. Butler preachedat
The Rev. C. hire
of Price Control Plan and Mrs T. H. Sheppard and
Establishment GANUS RKCITAL-OONCKBT: the Long Bridge Christian Chester Andrews Dar&
Men of told the nation
The Ganus music class ended crowd Mrs. Fred Francis enjoyed Sun- ot Irish

Emphasizes Need for All 9ut Effort; regardless that as far as of they what were might concerned be the Friday evening in the form of a attended Church Sunday.and Mr. A and large Mrs Jim day slgl t-seelng In the Azalea Monday potatoes to J '

.t recital and concert. A large children of Lake But Nursery near Waldo and Melrose The Rev
news from the fighting/ or training crowd attended and enjoyed the Thomas and Jon Lazenby Is recovering from i H M. 1'11111I111
'' War Office Spokesmen Propose Plan fronts, the battle of production was ler and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I led the morning
this week.
splendid It Is a cus- measles Bel'lnoa
program. New
r being Thomas of Carraway were among i River
; won. teachers to and Mrs. FI'ank Merritt and Baptist j Ch
tom with the Ganus
: l li To Eliminate Class 3' Draft Group The too industries in the United some of the outside visitors. was the regular -
insist upon neat, correct and children Janie and Ralph, recently -, ground. dinner
i States with representatives meeting complete musicnote, books to be MOTHER'S DAY SERVICES visited Mrs. Merrltt's Jacksonville The Rev i Fred

1 EDITOR'* NOTE-Wk.. .,Inlen. are ...'....4 In Iaeee ..1....... fay. in Chicago, bad reported: kept by each: pupil; the note !. There will! be an all-day service brotbcr-4n-law and sister, Mr. and noon sermon preached !be
9 are ere ml tae news analyst a.< sea M...Mrllr .( >kl. ............ Airplanes-on schedule. books to be graded at the end Sunday at the Long Bridge; Mrs J. B. Hammock of Jackson attended. and a ,hRe"

+ 1yj' w+ I
1 1d : _ -.. ---1 Coal-Adequate. I win a, violin Then, tickets, given Butler will fill the pulpit in the ville.Mrs.. M. W. Mann Is expectingher along Mrs. Joe Forsyti, < c d!

( : : ,. Even on petroleum the report I In advance are gold by the. pupilsof morning but it is understood thata husband to return one day and with MwLWjoye"
this class. The one selling in* this week from Riverside Hospital children,
I were that production was more than visiting minister will be the aft- on the
adequate, and that the distribution most was to ,win a violin also. ernoon speaker. A basket dinner where he has been ill with This river one day lilt

l tr v problems were being solved. Power Pupils of other classes attendedthe will be served out doors. Everyone double pneumonia.Mr. was a farewell picnic

[, and construction projects were reported program and participated is cordially Invited to attend. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrewsand Forsyths to as they moved
working on schedule. The which added much variety and T. C. Hazen visited Mr. and Lawtey.

: t h l machine*'loots were said to be adequate enjoyment to the evening's enter- FISH FRY ENJOYED Mrs. Carlyle Bitch in St. Augustine -

r. yGk yy ltt a in supply.As tainment.The Mr. and Mrs. Roan Turner and Sunday. Office Sup I Ip UM

to our steel output, it was one having the Best or sons. R. J. & Wilbur, :Mr. and Albert Moody received a letter County Telegraph'USED

called :50 per cent greater than the most correct note book was Mrs Alvin Kite and children of from his brother, Chester, who ia

capacity of Germany, Japan, Italy Eloise Johns and she also sold Raiford Mrs. Arthur Wilbur of stationed at Drew Field, Tampa

and all the nations controlled by this violin. Mrs. M. W. Mann Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. stating that he and six others AUTO PARTS

the Axis put together. Miss Johns to two violins but Kenneth Turner and son enjoyeda were chosen out of 147 soldiers to
I !
being the custom in this case the fish fry on New River recently. I be Kent to advanced radio schoolin TIRES, (HUB: ,

AXIS : second violin goes to the next They had plenty of fish and other Chicago. He Is very enthusiastic YOUR SIZE), GESEIl\

Unrest Evident best note book. Mrs. R. R An- good things to eat. about his training.Mr. AUTO GLASS C.'SO

drews' book was next-she won and Mrs. Norman Wigginsand CARS AND TlltC1isn

t ,, tJ+r Turning to the three Axis governments this violin. Mrs. W M. Mann Mr. and Mrs. Green Moody were Drt and Mrs. Roy Schnauas CONDITION

each of them was showing gained high' praise in a grand In Hampton Saturday, transacting and sons of Jacksonville visited
L' + u.. serious signs of unrest. business. Mr. Moody states that Used Autos $25
; note book and, musical achievement Mr. Wiggins' and Mrs. Schnauss' a,

Aa, __ .. -' .. .. .., The Japanese had been jittery he expects to be picking: beans brother and sister-in-law:! and
since the bombings of their cities and peas I in two weeks. Mrs. Floyd Wiggins Sunday. HASKINSAUTO

Planning their battle strategy, member. of the Allied War council by American planes, and the certainly Misses Bertice: and Lois Greenof Mrs Stanley Hodges and son, Reddish Andrews and son, Er-

I ,.II la a conference al Canberra, the capital 0' Australia. Len !. right: that it would happen again Raiford are visiting their uncle Deloran, were recent visitors in vln carried their first load of North PARTS

Ojh* 'MaJ. Gen. Richard Sutherland Gen. Douglas MacArthur J. A. Curlln and again in the future. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Floral City. They visited Mrs. string beans to the Jacksonville of Town on BOM

y'' I I prime minister of Australia, and A. W. Fadden former prime minister The Germans had found Hitler Southerland. They have Just returned Hodges' sister :Mrs. DenslI
lea --------- --------
Gv 'fti, and present member of the war council. suddenly calling the Reichstag in from Alabama where they Thomas. QQ acacxxcrr cscocsc5oc cacxcsrscsesot5 5

session, not for democratic enjoyed a visit with a sister.
purposes Mrs. C. C. Butler and Mrs. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
CEILINGS ARMY but Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of
: : simply to vote him. in Fernle have
accepted posi-
Cover Nation DependencyAn typical rubber-stamp fashion prac-; Keystone were Sunday guests of tions in the Blanding Laundry.Mrs. My Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Me to k*

tical life and death power over everyone Mrs. Ward's parents !olr, and EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS; 6ER\Kl
E. A. who
I The letting of price ceilings on effort to get into uniform larger and really placing the Gestapo Mrs E. A. Sapp. Sapp supervises MODERATE PRICES _
the farm while Mr. is
a ( practically every conceivable commodity numbers of men with dependents, In such a position in the Reichas Mrs. Earl KIrby Is enjoying a Sapp DeWITT
at Bland JONES:
,, { in the country had been expected on the ground that men with somebody even it had never enjoyed be visit in South Carolina with her employed Camp ing,
tl.jv +l r by the buslnen world. hence at home to fight for ought to husband's1 parents. plans to have string beans picked Starke Florida
4l + +'tl+ ''it was received with little shock. make as good if not better fighters fore.Mussolini publicly was admitting this week. a
Miss Wordna
Southerland has
i I The impact on the public had than any was being made by the serious disorders In Italy. He cited accepted a position In the Blan- If we don't get some rain soon
the crops will be more or less a
: ,i ;I been terrific, however and it i* certain army with the suggestion that allowances lack of discipline being reported ding Laundry.E. failure. W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR
( l that business men were surprised : ought to be made for men from many prefectures, and that
t A. has received letter
a Everett Renfroe writes friends F. II.
with with the A. LOANSWe
at the drastie rules to be dependents who are widespread fraud and "chiseling"was
.fc'tf{ Leon Henderson to put"teeth" armed forces. rearing its ugly head. from his nephew H. B. Hunt that he is now employed in Norfolk want the listing
1' I adopted by of Mulberry that his on your property
} This but gating Va., working and
was a revolutionary idea every day
J t I Into the price control plan. Its proponents) declared it was justas London was advising caution in mother, ;Mrs. Lula Hunt, is In the enjoying it fine. We have some wonderful properties for sale
Henderson had made it "life or accepting reports that there had ,
; sound as the reverse procedure Hospital undergoing a Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner andchlldl'en See us about your Real Estate Needs
death" for businesi by a very simple been an open break between Mussolini series of various treatments Mrs.
which gave a man exemptions on attended the Rural Car-
a procedure. He proposed licensing and King Victor Emmanuel.But 119 E. CALL STREET
Hunt is PHONE
I Mir. Sapp's sister. : rier's I
his income tax for dependents. Convention in Ell l 1 isville,
t a all retailers and wholesalers, and it Mussolini according to neutral Corp. Roecoe 1'arrish of Ft.

--'i 't'' I found violating a single one of the Selective service leaders pointedout press centers and to Italian Benning Is visiting his 1fmw.f.x.Jl'lJI: .Onl"V...!.....il.llHmftl. _"" _"""' _
that Clan 3 was the largest parents, ------- "' ........ ...lmJIiX......'. 1ItH .
All i price ceilings, they would face an broadcasts picked up had spoken Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parrish.

s Instant loss of their license to do was class the In class the entire they should draft,eliminate.and this bitterly of the Italian food shortage, Corp W. N. Johns of Ft. Ben THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
I business. and had called it Italy's most serious nlng recently visited his patents',
I I This was a form of control which Allowances for dependents, they problem.It Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johns.

was not familiar to anyone living said, would accomplish this. was from Switzerland that the Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Johns of Identification Double

t I" I In this country. in fact without parallel The spokesmen for the war de report had come that King Victor Lake Butler were dinner guests Loop

in history, and it fell on the business It' I- partment had been MaJ. William S. Emmanuel had decided to ask both of Mr. Johns' parents, Mr. and

1i :' ear with a sickening thud, andA' Richards, and MaJ. Francis V. Kee- Mrs. Smith Johns,

# the merchant could now say "I know sling of the selective service .,s. Mm Belle Johns is Sunday.able to be
what It is to be at war" tern. Neck Chains 25c

| German and Italian commentators Keesllng had said: up and going about' since she recovered -

..r ; ; i Iplcked this up gleefully and called "Sixty-five per cent of all registrants Hhe from is the mumps although -
.- .' It a terrific blow "to the American are in Class 3. In ( yet weak.
our plan- N. ,.Wt Mr. and Mra. MOST COMPLETE
Frank Merritt LINE OF
:way of life" as Indeed! it was and ning for the future, we have -contemplated 4M ( and MILITARY
i family recently visited Ira I
c the President
promptly and frankly
the -
1 had admitted it. distinguishing advisability between men of further In Merritt in Lake City: SUPPLIES INSTARKE

r : ; The American answer was, however this class."
roritT. BHI>FORO
{ she rS ti"', that the American way of life "If congress should pass allowance COUNTY FLOa1U.19 OIA.fKHV. %!- t ,ALSO -
t tit was but being placed In abeyance and ; r HI,
'i allotment provisions for Robert Melvin ItlKhsmltti. Plaintiff,
p for the time being, pending the winning these dependents) then Class 3 could t vx. Km: ma >UK hum ah. Defendant. GIFTS
of the war, when it would be abolished altogether. Care No. 1480 NOVELTIES AND LUGGAGEAT
a{ be back again in full flower once "Under such circumstances single 4 NOTICE TO APPEAR

',more. and married STATE OF FLORIDA to: Emma FAIR PRICES
men could be inducted HlKhnmith, whose
residence Is Un
The sugar commercial users had in accordance with their numbers known
y I r turned out in force to register, and only." You are required to appear. on

_ ''the nation was on the threshold of Court June. lilt and.,1942. in the above named H P. S.
cause wherein plaintiff STORES Inc.
the'rstioning of this commodity. TROOPS: seeks divorce. Bradford County
: Restaurants were planning to In Telegraph Khali publiste! this Order ,
Down Under next four weekly Issues.
meet the shortage by changing their Wltnenn. my hand and official

G'' cookery and bills of fare; ice cream Heavy reinforcements of American Heal 9th.. at 1942.Starke. Florida, this April Two Stores For Your Convenience

{+ makers were going to have to shorten troops in Australia had been OFFICIAL SEAL 'A.' J. ThomaH .

their output, the candy makers acknowledged by Prime Minister ., As W. Clerk T.. of said Court. 4-17 4t 6-S 145 Call Street & Blanding Center
itt were in for a tough time. Curtin, and there had been a redoubling -- '-' r.'ty't,.Mayo plf.. Jacksonville Florida ,

But in general the spirit was excellent of the air attacks by KING VICTOR NOEL >aa+v v s _._
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: and while there was some American and Aussie planes on Jap Break with< Muitoltni?
yi i 7 talk of a growing "black market" in bases.

t tires, and the nation was going to Most observers believed that the to Mussolini take over and the Ciano reins to resign, and

have to cope with that sort of thing, Japanese had abandoned any hopeof ment himself. of govern

Henderson's penalties were expected ever setting foot on Australiansoil Other
#r to be sufficient to meet the need, and : but the communiques from bad viewed circles, however,
q the future was being faced with Melbourne and Canberra still the Mussolini talk as asimple II

i. '.d t a good heart by the rank and file of stressed Japanese concentrations of Fascist prelude officials.v to a purge of high .

I the country, whether. consumer or air power to the north, and a studied \ 7
Hitler talk had been seen In
producer, whether buyer seller. effort was
1 or being made, apparently, the +
same way, and neutral
P. '' to dispel any idea that the reports
t men had
been that
WAGES : ace had been removed. one of the first acts
under Hitler's new powers had been
Hold Still Whether this was" Just a program the \
cashiering of the
of general
"playing safe
or to
With the President giving they point to the strides the give American-more charged with the Leningrad area of

green light to the program to set Australian forces the Russian front where things bad

,t nT ceilings on prices and incomes, setting their offensive were making with been going: very badly with the

t. $23,000 a year net as the latter The British was hard to say. spring offensive of Germany. Ii
I the question of ceilings on wages the laps were making their to feel that In fact Russia had claimed that

r'r came in for much comment but no play on the Burmese biggest on this front German-Finnish losses
front but admittedly
action. averaged 500 deaths
a day.
if the Burmese
+Pe e The President had taken a strong were to be
won the danger of RUSSIA
public stand for the 40-hour week Australia :
being next
continue, revealed that labor in greater. would be And RAFThe

s war industry was constantly works But the dispatches seemed to show Royal Air i -
ing at least 48 hours and pointingout that force and Russia
that as price ceilings whatever advantage of numbers had begun to work like a team on
were not /
f' retroactive but were fixed at or equipment there might be Germany, and the evidence was pil )
i on Australian
March's highest levels, he did rested front probably i tog up that Hitler was faced with a
with the Allies-not with spring offensive
not favor a program which would Japanese.The might at any
reduce the weekly paycheck. : moment kick back in his face.
constant raids on Lae Sala. Moscow told of her
While there had been much talk troops making
maua and
st about the work-week, and some proposed wreaking Britain seemed to be an "Important advance" of 43 miles i ,
lv legislation increased damage and in four days on the Leningrad front
nobody had so far the ,
trt supply lines
the United with terrific Nazi
had the resistance
temerity! to come forward States overcome
with a program to cut everybody'swages Australia still failed to report in crossing a vital river.

,>Q; in war Industry any sinking of American yea At the same time the Berlin and
fa" sels, hence had to be presumed Vichy radios
Labor Itself had voluntarily foregone to were admitting that
the double time for Sundays open and successfully moving big battle were in progress in the ( j I ___
II' and holidays men.The Kurk and Orel sectors and that '
while holding out for a

: t, theday time and a half for the sixth had so Australian far been front a on the whole" large-scale Russian attack, well supplied I _
comforting and with tanks and
of work and the lame for armored car.,
a successful
k4 seventh if necessary section of the battle for had succeeded in breaking through _
our side.Tojo the German lines northeast
of Orel.
It was the attitude of the White
1 House had warned his people that This was another "
that with rents held to a in sector than the
spite of
ceiling, and with successes so far they one the Russians spoke of
: the cost of living must be so it
r stabilized through prepared for a long war, seemed that the Russian successes ef

lte ceilings, there could commodity be no excuse price won that, the and victory that had not yet been probably had not been purely local.
for rnany sacrifices The attack of the
I r incrci4es in wages. yet be made. must Royal Air force
The on Baltic ports had
average weekly wage in In. This wreaked ter
f dustrial was addressed to a people rifle damage, and these
plants now stood at $33 a which had for points, sr '.
week, a revolutionary increase and with years been watching far removed from England that Cci

it was seen that If the White House armies disquiet to the failure: of their many had regarded: them as rathe

and the administration stood strong Chinese quell or overcome the safe probably were not well d<
now with the fended. J
( ly for no wage Increases then labor civilized whole r
on their
trail to see But the Halifax and Sterlln f
automatically still more shiploads of wounded com bombers plus our own fll Jrmotoreiplanes ; > )

1 ( ing home and to get constant addl. had .
been ,
tomatically hold still It was held tional able tj *t up this
by authorities. losses.reports of heavy air and land distance, and to drop 1,600,000 IO'fUD UNOII AUTHOIITV O* THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IT

pound of bombs on Rostock alone.
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shy SUCCESSFUL E. K. KoulcrRKIIXiK Grainger for several days fI":1J j L. k I \ t t'I'

Ii Mrs. De Alemberte loft Friday I
: C'Ll'tlMrs
C1tkM after visiting Mrs. E. l I', Stub-
Robt. Kite's bridge &f
ThurtUay was much bins, Sr., for two weeks, '3., Q
very enjoyed I
I Mrs. J. C, Wallace, Mrs Robt. }
by the member Mrs J. W.I
ills Rltch won high score and Kite, Mrs. Curtis Malone and '' ''Iii IN ;J C/gGsg4e44
J. O. Miss Mary Jo Caldwell are assisting ".
= Godwin bingo. "Flowers

Br MBS. CATHEBOfZ CONRAD EDWARDS bloom In the Spring"' were used In Mr. Futch principal of tht WASHINGTONWashington.
I Raiford School and Mrs. Perkins
profusion In the living and din- ,
roe Msoddla Zdlloc.__* Maaasiae ing rooms. Open-faced san d also of the faculty, In the regis- t
.1 tration of applicants for
sugar "
wiches, cookies and CocaColawere
served by the hostess stamps.Mr. D. C. (NWNS-The I
d BOOKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS and Mrs J. A. Bouvier tope of many cor.grelSmen-that I'j

tb. ----- DANCE: ENJOYED, spent Sunday In McIntosh Mrs.C. they might not have to vote on 'j

dayS are realks and "1 hate to read" is merely self- Friday night old and young on A. McRae and children.: Rich- iw taxes until after the November

nil these for their boys and defense. If after patient observa- the Farm got together for a ard, Patrlca, Eloise and Eleanor, election-were blasted by the Predldent's -
the lon you discover this to be the public demand for heavy new
! ttud e a regular Pf them are case talk the matter over with :your dance at the club room. The returned with them for a weeks' taxes "at the earliest moment pos 'jI t

et Many with the caf boy or girl and then consult his Farm orchestra furnished the visit.Miss ." It Is now felt by a numberof
i ts place themffamily teacher. Schools are finding new music. No refreshments were Alma Dukes of Lake But- congressmen that if the Presi-

children know made ways to help children In overcomIng served but all had a good time. ler has accepted the position of dent's request Isn't fulfilled they I

' we bank, in thebOOk reading difficulties. Through housekeeper for Mr. and Mrs! Ger- may create more ill-will among the
I II rd chintz which each home and school co-operation manya Mrs. M. E. Grlner spent several ald Cox. people by postponing taxes than

I j ,weekly in coins out I child can be saved years of misery days at Mel roue last week with AVs.: F. W. Edwards of Melrose they would by passing them. t ,
pped Congress Is also worried about r r h ht
earnings. At and feelings of Inferiority.The Mrs. F. W. Edwards. and Mr. Sam Cahoon Jacksonville j
ance or the action the President has askedon
*each month they went.buying family that has plenty of reference Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell and were Sunday guests of Mr. farm prices to prevent prices going l lI

spree together books, dictionaries, encyclopedias five daughters spent Sunday at and Mrs. M. E. Grlner. higher than "parltythe figure r lI

ne' tastes and interests anthologies and makes a Mica:-.opy attending the home- Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher at which the farmer is moreor I

habit of using them frequentlytolook coming of the Chitty family and left taut Wednesday to visit their less assured of compensation ) t
father enJaS words find the
and up to answers visiting Mr. Lawrence similar to that received by men In I
Muck and Pvt. Dennla Fancher at the
at son
Tst stories or poems to questions to verify facts and to industry. At present farm pricescan t tt
Kmithful age Is no reason track down the interesting subjects family Naval School, Norfolk, Va., and go to 10 per rent above parity t f fJ

boy's or girl's grow- that often come up in dinner-table Miss Mary Wells of Jackson are expected to return today. or even higher In some cases, without ff f
t Ywith p these same vol- conversation helping to assure ville Is visiting her uncle and Mrs. A. Rlcharde., M-.s. H. legal interference. The President

t children have a major success in their children's school aunt, Mr and Mrs J. C. Wallace.Mr. M. Richarde and children, Mrs. specifically asked congress to Roll J

!i selecting and buying of work. and Mrs. H B. Wiggins of W. O. Stringfellow and Mrs. J. A. remedy this situation by setting a Perfect Close for n Meal-Apricot Jelly '

? with wise guidance ofand Success, too. tn attaining that Hampton spent Sunday with Mr. Bouvier spent Monday in Jack- new ceiling on farm prices at (See Recipes Below) I ;

when father Is tempt- wide background and Interest in and Mrs. Leo Wiggins sonville. parity. I F

Ijohn the book on killing other people in hobbies, in travel. Mrs. Roy Flutter ts In Brookerfor Mr. and Mrs Although there Is strong opposition !Mother-Daughter LuncheonOnce 1 I
himself Harvey This Week's MenuMatherDaughter
tip Urlca which he In geography and history that will to this ceiling In the farm t
fcboy. let him first make make education a real experience.Take the week assisting In the and Daughter Betty, Willlam"l areas congressmen know that I (
John is really interested advantage of the colorful sugar rationing registration. I Friday for points in when the man on the street talks of a year It Is becoming for Banquet r I

I bunting. The chances books that are being written for William McGeehee and daughter. spend several days. a "higher cost of living" he thinks Daughter to don the cook's cap and I II 'Fruit Cup I

?would a thousand times children to supplement school Vivian were guests of Mr. I Chaplain and Mrs. L. A. Shep- chiefly in terms ef the cost of food. uniform and come I Egg* a La King r

+xl ,, that book on which work; they will take the stodginess and l Mrs. J. G. Caldwell over Sun herd are overnight\ guests In Jack They realize that the public would I out with a wholemeal I I AsparagusOrange
ments In chemistry ; out of school subject and give day night. sonville. not consider prices under control cooked to Frosted Berry Salad I i

I do at home-since John chem- them new life new interest and Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Cox: and John A, Bouvler,..Jr.. of Miami if food prices were permitted to please Mother. Biscuits and Honey

'e particular passion of moment.young new significance. Mrs. Ennls Bradwhaw are spendingthe flatted Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bou- rise.The President pointed out to congress s And the day Moth- Jelly Roll Tea or Coffee I'

n Ichild doesn't like to read. Ye, we can be thankful that in day in Gainesville. Vler the latter part of the week. that, except for the problemof er appreciates It Recipe Giventablespoon I J""p

Id the special book which spite of the wealth of other diversions Mrs. Li. F. Chapman returned Mrs. Merrill Robinson Mrs. taxes and a ceiling on farm most is on her
books are still playing a tree prices, all of his other proposalsfor z; __ day of the yearMother's 1
Jck bis areaalert In the Sunday morning from a three Robert Robinson! Betty Jean and '"' 34 chopped pimlrnteI
mendously satisfactory part inflation So.
preventing could be day
tat if parents weeks stay in Tennessee, visiting Laddie of Jacksonville I r'
enough to find it lives of boys and girls as they did spent yes- handled under existing ,legislation today. I've planned a menu which hard cooked eggs
>standing be that he is having dlfflt in the childhood of many grownupsof Lt. and Mrs. Robert Chapman.E. I I terday with Mr. and-- Mrs. J. I* The part congress Is to handle actually even th. youngest cooks can make H cup sliced, cooked muihroems I,

t < mechanics of reading accomplishment today. W. Mobley is visiting his Robinson Is a minor part of the great into a glorified meal to which they Melt the butter, add the flour and, ;1
> family In Sanford for several Mr. and Mrs. J.: L. Robinson new economic plan being set up by can Invite their mothers. stir until smooth. Combine with hot j'

days. went to Seville Tuesday to vote. the government for keeping prices milk. Let cook eight minutes over,

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch ac- Mrs. Theodore Randall and chil- In this country on a stable basis. Now young cooks, on your lore hot water (In a double boiler). Stir

SEME compiinled Mr. and Mrs. Sanford dren and Mrs. B. 0. Daley and The seven points which the President if you. would gather laurels at Molher' with egg beater. Add onion green
said may well be called "our day luncheon time! Bring out
Hitch of Brooker left this son, of'Jacksonville sliced and
J! FASHIONPATRICIA Barney are present national economics policy"and the and pepper, pimiento; eggs l
measuring ingredients
morning to visit relatives in Sanford spending the week 'with Mr. and which he believes are all needed first Then read cups the mushrooms. Lilt cook Ove minute

N. C. Mrs. J. O. Randall, "to keep the cost of living from recipes over Serve hot on buttered toast.
several each
times and visualize
Mis. E. P. Stubbins left Fridayto Mis. George Pierce entered St spiraling upward" are: Eggs s la Rockefeller w
visit her daughter, Mrs. Pulleyin Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville 1. We must tax heavily and in step before you start. Ready? Good. Makes 1 serving)
Your first course-served in small I
that keep personal and coreporate
Tallahassee and before return- yesterday to undergo a major op- process 1 dice bread ,
at reasonable rate glass with a sprig of mint, If
profits a cups
Ing will be the guest of Mrs. C. eration this morning.Mrs. 1 thick alive tomato .
the word "reasonable" being defined you can get it-will stimulate the
6Y L. Wilkins In Pensacola. L. A. Shepherd and Mr, at a low level. 1 soft cooked egg
: appetite an9 brighten the table:
tD Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin and and Mrs. Calvin Williams left 2. We must fix ceilings on the 2 tablespoons cheese sauce i

p DOW children, Jimmie Brown and Harold Thursday for their old home in prices which consumers retailers, Fruit Cup.Serna Paraley I

Kltclun wiH go to Belle Glade Thurs- Georgia to be present at a family wholesalers and manufacturers pay ( 8)) Toast the bread slightly and
Slim Mny'
day to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. B. reunion. for the things they buy; and ceilings 3 orange, peeled spread thinly with butter. Plac. I ,

JURY E. DAOUE areas on affected rents for by war dwellings industries in all 1 grapefruit peeled the slice of tomato on the bread t !,

|of Sister Mar'3"a Kltchea. CHURCH DIRECTORY OF 3. We must stabilize the remuneration 1 pint strawberries hulled then on the tomato, put the soft ; f

I that have become soiled Try These RecipesFor SERVICES received by individuals for S bananas boiled egg., Over this pour the ;: 9

I can be freshened up and Sugarless CookiesNew their work. Section the orange and grape cheese sauce and garnish with par. ;

1 and colorful again with FIRST BAPTIST 4. We must stabilize the prices fruit. Peel the banana and dice. ley. I
e trouble. The awning t Ke. A. K. Marhtfoo. PmutorSOU received by growers for the products : Cheese Add
Mi finely
1 Cookie Thr**' omSweetened N. W.I.at street Mix with fruit section. Sprinkle sauce: cup i
lasts season after sea. With Church School .:45 A. M. of their lands. lemon juice over the fruit, sweetento grated or finely cut cheese to 1 cup
kte It's such heavy dura- Syrup Morning Worship 11.00: A. M. 5. We must encourage all citizensto ,
hot white until
and stir
but the rays of brilliant The shortage of sugar needn't B. T. U. 7:00: P. If. contribute to the cost of winningthis taite. Let stand and chill. When sauce, 'I f
of cookies for Evening Worship SiOO P. M.'Wednssday ready to serve place In fruit cups. cheese Is dissolved [l" i
day after day with tome mean a shortage M.FinRT war by purchasing war bond .
showers interspersed will ly your cookie jar-it maye be a Worship- S.OO: P. with their earnings Instead of using Eggs are plentiful now becausethe Orange Frosted Berry Salad t I'.,, "" I {)

(clearest colors. Meaning instead of distress. For MKTflOUIITn those earnings to buy articles government asked farmers to (Serve 6)) ', V

y to renew awnings Is to r'4 .'r ''r y cookies with corn and maple 1 .... (i. C. Powell H.. or which are not essential. have their hens work overtime to 1 tablespoon gelatin i
\ a solid color preferably 120 N. Church Street 8. We must ration all essential
don't Increase egg production that they 2: tablespoon cold water j i
in their -
al syrup makings require Church School 10:00: A. M. <
color of the brightest commodities of which there is a
might be sent abroad and have H Juice, healed
cup orange
the Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M.
yet they're chewy .
( eugar
aturally the will dis-
stripes : scarcity so that they may be
Young People 7:00: P. M. enough for home use. *i cup orange Juice unhealed
It t making a shadow stripe kind that stay fresh along time Evening Worship 1:00: P. M. tributed fairly among consumers
it t the result generally isifactory. and the favorites of the youngerset. Wednesday Wor.hlp 8:00 P. M.ST. and not merely In accordance with So. bring out the eggs and their Vi cup sugar I

The dyeing ism financial ability to pay higher surplus of nutrition to menus by 1 tablespoon Icmcrti juice .

the cloth is put on. MAHK'H EPISCOPAL! price for them. choosing one of 1 cup orange places
So skip the sugar bowl when R... Fred T.r..... Meitor
t way to brighten up awn. these Vk cup berries or seedless grapes
:OO N. Charrh Htrrrt 7. We must discourage credit and two recipes
fill the cookie Jar these
> Jive them a thin coat of you Church School 10:00: A. M. installment buying, and, encourage for your main J4 cup diced peaches
nt Thin the paint with three recipes newly-tested in the Sunday Worship 11-00: A, M. the paying oft of debts, mortgages luncheon dish. Orange section
using about one part ; $ Rumford Kitchens are goodeating Sunday Evening 7:39: P. M.
for this -
to four /iFIf \ Friday Evening 7.30 P. M. and other obligations; promotes Eggs are noted Frosted berries
i parts of pain reasons why you can: Holy Days 10:00: A. M. savings retards excessive for the facilitywith Soften the gelatin in'the water S
attempt to fold the awn- /
Surprises buying and adds to the amount '
minutes. Dissolve in the heated
re that the cloth ) which they I orange I
has ab- available to the creditors for the
i 1-2 shortening FIRST pnF.llnYTERI..N
paint and that the paint cup R... c.... II. "..... Pastor purchase of war bonds. can be cooked Juice. Cool and add the Unheated -
. and there Is but orange juice. When slightlythickened
i. all of these points
Although seven
will renew Aber 1 egg Church School 10:00: A. M. add the pieces
your Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. have the same basic aim of prevent.trig one major rule to follow In cooking orange
too. House paint thinned 2 1-2 cups sifted flour Senior Cru ad.. (:00 P. M. price Inflation, it Is obvious that them: use a* little heat at possibleto grapes, and sliced peaches. Pout
ngs I Is used. Work the 1-2 teaspoon salt Intermediate. Youth 1:00 I' M. they actually constitute the formu get a tender product. Into Individual molds. ChlU until

into the fiber of the rug 3 teaspoons Rumf o r d baking Evening Worship 7:00 P. M. la for an economic dictatorshipwhich firm. Unmold and garnish with orange *
nt t la IUD .
your effort/ to be worth Eft;* a ,
powder ..... F.nWARIVft CATHOLIC will completely replace during (Serves 4-I) sections and cluster of frosted l i+
loner of the 1 teaspoon vanilla Ray. The. J. M.rpky. ....... the war. our American systemof berries. (To frost berries, dip in
rug gets more Tmaple Ave.e free enterprise 4 tablespoon] butter ,
we rest and these 3-4 cup chopped raisins slightly beaten egg white and roll
colors Early Ma.' 1:01) A. M.
The announcement of this broad 4 tablespoone of flour
ed you can freshen them Cream shortening until light; .....1.. Hrrltm in granulated sugar. 'Spread on paper
", each separately with a s add corn syrup gradually and Sunday Mann I:DO A. II.W..k economic policy Is particularly star Z cups hot milk to dry.) Serve salad with lemon '
t of the Day Mesa ':00 A. M.OOePEr. tllng when we realize that It Isn'ljust 1 teaspoon salt -
desired shade or beat until smooth. Beat in egg. _0,1 a suggested policy but Is actually flavored mayonnaise. I

In we a strong dye. Paint Sift together flour, salt and baking TA.RRRNACf.ID. a formula which has been decided Pepper A* you go Into your sugar-ration
R Just'of* as U It were paint. powder. Add to creamed Mr. ..* Mr. J. T. Quigley !!I_.".* upon and Is now being put )i tablespoon chopped: onion ing period are you keeping, your j
spots In dye a,carpet you can by,Pamt-cover shortening mixture; add vanilla Friday Sunday Soryloa 8arvle T 7:ao,SO P.P.M.M. into operation. Except for the two 1 tablespoon chopped green pepper eye peeled for recipes that take it

with dye. Sometimes in and blend well. Chill roll out on points on which legislation has been easy on the sugar without sacrificing

a stain on a carpet floured board cut into rounds and requested all of the others alreadyare any of their appetite appeal!

out a bit of the color.you top with chopped raisins. Wet Deeds Filed being departments-mostly put into effect/ by by govern LeonHenderson's Lynn Say.: For that very reason you'll like this

cleaning establishments edges slightly top with second .. ment powerful Office ol one of j jelly roll because it uses naturally .
and large Brooker Turpentine Co. Inc., a The Score Card: The natinn's sweetened for the
"vice. depart- cookie, and press down onto first Price Administration and Civilian apricot
l11 take care of these one. Place on slightly greased corporation existing under the Supply. sugar bowl Is due to be somewhat filling and eliminate the powdered;

yourself SPots .if you don't want 8114 cookie sheet and bake In a mod- laws of the State of Florida to Since the fall of 1039 the cost ol smaller than last year's because sugar sprinkled over the top.

o Wee to have our pets with erate oven ((373 degrees) F.) for L. B. C h a ndler, Jacksonville, living has risen about 11 per cent we will have to get along Jelly Roll., i
living room 12 minutes. Makes about 2 dozen and the cost of the war In termsof with a third lei sugar than we (Makes 19-13 slices)
are sometimes MarcusF.
araned to find April 23; P. A. Brlnson, commodities will be Increasedby had before. This means we will 1
that the cookies. egg
o innocently Drown and Florence B. Brown many billions unless the upward be using several substitutes. sail
eat down to Oatmeal Cookie 1 K teaspoon
curbed. The President
trend of is
i prices
So chair Is i covered with Drunch 1-2 cup shortening hi* wife, to Arthur H. Hall, April pointed out that the peoplein You smart homemakers will I teaspoon vanilla extract
Weights 'In make the a loose cov- Pattern No. 8tl4-Whisk through 1 cup maple syrup 30; Arthur H. Halt. and wife, this country "paid more than learn how to use maple sugar I cup sugar h

chair corners, that your household chores In a gay 1 Bradford County twice as much for the same things where you like maple flavoring. 1 cup alfted cake flour t
seat egg Hall
.ta arrive perfectly. Then flower printed "brunch coa "-so milk Odessa to in 1920 as they did In 1914" and One and one-third cups of maple I teaspoon baking powder
banished and the animal named because U'1* casual frock It 1-4 cup a political a u b d vision of the he believes the policy he has an. sugar may be substituted for one I lablrtpooni flour
It's rolled oats
oft the an easy thing also an ideal fashion to weor for 1 1.2 cups raisins State of Florida, April 30; L. O. nounced will prevent a repetition cup of granulated sugar. I tablespoons butter V.
IUesa cover. tilt the lite Sunday morning breakfast! 3-4 cup chopped during this war. oldest sweetening has
of hairs. you 1 Powell and wife M4P'F. Powell, I Add alt and vanilla to egg, beat
use Grated rind orange
lazed chintz This clever dc.-.icn i also offers another Although certain congressmen versatile uses. Use It on your '
the until light and fluffy. Add in
lightly and hair cover Im't trick-you can make it floor 1 1-2 cups sifted flour to Lela Brymer. May 2: JosephL. with the interests of specific groups breakfast fruits, cereals, sauce
terlal. shekel off length-as a house coat which will 1-2 teaspoon salt Horrell and his wife Lucy F. in mind are objecting to some of for Ice cream. In cake, quick- 2-tablespoon portions, beating after l
of ground snake you look regally tall and 3 teaspoons Rumford baking Harrell to Lola Houston and hereon the drastic proposals of the President in each addition. Add !sifted,flour and
cover breads cookies, even auaau.Jam.
In ,
'-"I"'an your slender. Short or long you sro gong 23 Wllla\ most of them are keenly baking powder. Fold In carefuUj
occasional powder Charlie Scott April ; has
.I hzlnl.+ Cut weeding < to like this quick wrap-around aware of the fact that the new policies and jellies. Since honey and quickly Stir In water and but
back the plants Cream shortening; add syrup Mae Berry (widow), sole heir at distinctive flavor use half hon (
weeds ,lurplice cJ"s1ng-the: becoming low are in keeping with the wishesof a ter, heated together until butter is
sing of a and rich then put on a leek. and egg and beat until blended. law of Ned Berry (deceased) to the majority of the people. They ey and half sugar in recipes or melted. Pour Into a jelly roll pan.

Sppllcatlon of compost or Pattern No. 8114 dc&Irncd for Add milk rolled oats, raisins and Nellie Thompson, April 24; J. C. also realize that the President carefully the consistency and color of the bout 18 by 11 by 1 Inch that has

rllizer: a well-bal sizes 12 to 20; 40 and 42. Siz 14. grated orange rind. Sift together Shutze and his wife Winnie C. included curbs on all groups product you make may be been greased and lined with

,are just setting dress length with short sleeves.: 4% flour, salt and baking powder. Shutze. of De Kalb..County, Oa.. in his, proposals-Including limitations changed considerably.Corn Bake In paper moderately
out ro""d- then greased again. a :
'ante toke yards 35-inch material: floor length Add to first mixture and blend Virgil Shutze and his wife Bar- on profits ot Industry limitations syrup may be substitutedcup
e care not to set ''vlth *rk sleeves 6ft yards 35-Inch on high salaries, ceilings on hot ((373-degre) oven about
nor too by teaspoonfuls on bata C. Shutze, of Fulton County. for for granulated sugar
low well. Drop
in theY naterlaL 5 yard bias fold to trim. wages to labor and curbs on farm cup 18 minutes or until nicely risen and
greased cookie sheets. Bake in On., and T. L. Waxelbaum ingle, Incomes.It but when using It. cut the liquid delicately brown over the surface.

a moderate oven ((375 degrees F.) of De Kalb County Ga., to Is expected that all future leg in the recipe down by one-third. Loosen edge and turn onto a pieceof

[ Vaccinate Name..........................."... about 12 minutes. Makes 4 dozen Mathew Rhoden. April 24; A. D. islation and rulings which regardour Molasses make your ginger waxed paper or a towel sprinkledwith
Hogs cookies. Crosby and wife. Marian L. Crosby nation's economics, will for breads baked bean, brown powdered sugar. Remove pan

Addr a*.............................. Chocolate Bite to Henry O. Osburn April 25; the duration of the war President's be made bread cake and even cookies. and peel off waxed piper. Spread f
shortening and Pency Adkins. in accordance with the Betides these substitutes you'llhave
Agent L. T 1-2 cup J. E. with dried fruit-cook your favorite

to this Dyer trans. ...................................... 3-4 cup'corn syrup his wife, to J. G. Adkins. April seven-point program. dried fruits which are high dried fruit (apricot, prune or
county a year ago, 1 small egg 27; Marla K. Hull widow I to In sugar content. When slewing peaches are good) In a minimum of i

'cinated a total of 16.328 Nam ol paper......................! 1 1-4 cups sifted 'all .purpose Hester Johns Thomas. April 30. TRAIN HCIIKDL'LKHouthboaoxT: : fruits add sugar toward the end water, then put through a sieve.
r Bradford of the cooking period: it will take
farmel'll. flour cool and spread. Roll length,
allow His *".*..'....... Rumford baking egg and beat well. Sift together P. M. less to sweeten the fruit. rack.
that these FattoraNo. 3 teaspoons No.1 due Starke 11:15: cool on a cake

a.clnated agraUl8t hop cholera have ..iul 1* ".nt. In coin, (lot powder flour, baking powder and salt. No. 107 due Starke 9:13: A. M. Make desserts with fruit Juices II/ you would like expert mdviem an

farm Vlalts ......b patum d..lr.< > to- 1-4 teaspoon salt Add flour] mixture to shortening No. 191 due Starke 10:38: P. M. both canned and fresh and you your cooking/ and hauttnolJ problems,

lea of Which require Patients 1-2 teaspoon vanilla mixture; add vanilla and blend (Miami) will find It bridge the sugar ra- ivrtM Co ".7nll Chambers, If liter* {
tllne. driVing and 131 Patricia Dow York. N. Y.RULED 1-2 semi-sweet chocolate well. Fold in chocolate and nuts. tion well Above all. do not waste Hruipaptr t'niun ZIt South Dftplainm j jSt.
vent ZM W. 17th St.. New in small pieces Chill and drop by teaapoonfula on Northbound sugar. You can probably get ., Chicago III. Please ene&Me e
are lays that Bradford e cut nut meats (op. a greased cookie sheet. Bake In No. 2 due Starke 5:54: A. M. along with less In the morning stamped ttll-aditrtiltd fntiflopor f

raising more hog. 1-4 cup chopped moderate over ((375 degrees F.) No. 108 due Starke 6:35: P. M. coffee' and tea. Try It your reply
becallae: of the food for INDEX CAKDS-43: tional and corn a for 12 minute Makes 3 dozen No. 44 due Starke 3:28: P. M. (K.l.iMd or. western N... ap.r UalocOBRADFORD .

Program and BRADFORD coUNTY Cream shortening (New York reservation train.) r
better 91 per I* until light and fluffy. Add cookies.

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I Circuit Court Cases -%/tarkFrml
I : ; s1' LITTLE CHANGE County Aids Needy Methodist Church

ij EXPECTED: ; : [ Shows Progress In an adjourned session of the A. Clerk ,), ..
TIle Board of County Cominls- ABOVE *" HULLABALOO of Circuit Court <<1 I It! .
spring term .'1... 14
& lonH; In, #CH lon Monday apprOpriated | During Year uewday. Lena. Mae Campbell

toward the guilty to a charge of "un
(Continued from page one) |1Q honpltalexpcnsvH of tell pleaded
: of Mm I' E. Oieen of I A minister has no way lawfully breaking and entering o I) I'Iti: "II I'I

: 3 the United States, or I ing how much he can accomplish house of auth. : tilt:
<>d forces of Hampton, and the same amount Into the dwelling Rosa I.tl.t.t'

Jl war pioiiucllon Industrie Survcyg for ,Mi'8. Li. L. Hedenbuugh for!{ in one shOrt his yeur members with until the COoperation he- Lee Glee on April 27 with the intent of At Way a 'n',;\ i ': ..tl.I

in the aieas have reported the same: purpose of to commit a felony," and was County t.',? h, \.i
low ration for rental has given It a fair trial. Rev. A. Z. Adkins County .::1. ?, f
vacancy Mm. Rether Paladino and Allen i Starke as sentenced by Judge lowing (.1)I. ''Painty, 'I
housing accommodations Indicative Howard were each placed on the I G C. Powell came to to serve three years in the State : the Hecoixl II "oJo) ,.
of the abnormality of the pauper roll'for $5 per month. Mra I I II I By LYTLE 1I1.i..t: pastor of the Methodist Church that a Penitentiary.At r:1.: on lh, 'r ,J 1 J.la)21.or.,..

local markets. New cormtruction And Still More year ago next month. Since session Charlie At- _.,
BattleshipsThere the
.p Arthur Douglass waa dropped same 'ei'lnrt
t 1 4 :it In the arena by private industr; front the pauper roll, and the allowance I time. In addition to carrying on water pleaded guilty to a chargeof kin Jake.. Hiiur; ; : ,: a i,\u.,:,I.'71'
Government ha" not 1 still exists In some quar- the United Nations, the great outputof the regular work of the Church MarM, j "
and by the of Andrew SeHHlona I taking )urbln, ,.. .
: was tel the quaint idea that the govern our factories-except for heavy with all of hi* pastoral duties "unlawfully stealing in ,,0Trh,01"l"ro.
been sufficient' to restore a nor discontinued because" he bad moved ment la imply waiting money by bombers which can cross the such as preaching visiting; his and carrying away plumbing tools. 8. .>lclnm\;: : ..: -N.r,.

k mal rental market for housing e.c- from the County. Louis Man, building battleship of various sorts oceans would obviously remain bud of the value of $100 belonging to mond, R. V 1h ""I.rk 1'1,

1b ? ; commodatlofla. fling 'of Lawtey requested the and sIze I. The sinking of heavy right here In the United States. members raising the church John Thomas, Sr., and J. W. Rig- Norman, ..X'SI, *.

; ? It IH t the Judgement of the aHlstance the Bpard In secur battleships on both sides is used to And these shipping facilities would get etc.-he has built and furnished don on April 23," and was sentenced l>"on"'Hooter. cieTk"1,1,.

Price Administrator thai by April ing empl9yment" with the W. P. justify. this argument; and quotations just ai obviously be next to use an educational building at by Judge Adkins to serve E. D. Jones aid : .
1, 1941, defense activities already; A. from Gen. Billy Mitchell are less did we not posses the warships a cost of nearly 4000. Spector... Perry N.
In the State Peniten .
; bad resulted In increases in rent I brought out to prove the point. Were with which to protect them. EnlargIng and remodelling the two years Will l'reCifl.t0 4-G..
also reminded that AdmiralPeary In fact almost the principal dangers tiary. aleFver t'lrtic
InconnlKtrnt Klnney, ;
accommodation* j.4
for educational coat nearly Ue.r5&
nooning building
t Commissioners NotesThe the North which the United Nations face fyni.'
/ -who discovered I la ...
with the of of furnishings .N ('IH.T ('OW-RT. nnAi. 'ol
purpose who Axis 3000. and $800 worth Fonn ....1"..
I pole once laid: "He commands today are that the powers '
i ( FLOIII 0.
v the Act. Accordingly the Price Board of County CommlHHionerii the air commands all." might be able to neutralize our sea and equipment has been C*EH V. .Jone.O. I' aisw.rth, Jr. ,

,' I Administrator has given due con In aeaxlon Monday mornIng But the "air world" has only arrived supremacy. or capture some of our added. Some weeks ago $300 MHO N. Burke, Plaintiff v.. Frnnk I Vatt Inspectors Aaron lInlon. "'l I:

i slderatlon to the rents prevailing agreed to pay $3.SO per month halfway in Its rapid progress vital naval bases such as Gibraltar. worth of kitchen equipment was J. Burke OllUEIt) Defendant.OF. PUBLICATION Cane* Nn. 199$. ,I I ...,..1"..t 'Do. a...

; for housing accommodations on for rat and Insect exterminationIn toward the goal which these men Pearl Harbor Murmansk. Sevastopol purchased, and within the past AND J.OTICH TO APPKAItHTATR I Cdvlll Onrfl..hl' lOut Johns. "" : i ,
; and I IU It I talking! about. When It reaches Melbourne. With these bases OF FLORIDA "lid Uuy rAIitiPrrrlmt
or about January 1. 1941 the County jail. were or few days chairs and Venetian to: Frank "pector", .
'; : ti his judgment that the most recent that goal it will be a waste of mono In the hands of the enemy our navies blinds have been added at an additional J.known.Hurke." whose residence IH "Un. %?. .,_.....
In to I reipon a letter from the ey to construct great dreadnoughtsand would have to operate at a Amlri-u.
date which does not reflccIncreases of $500. You are required to appear on I PrewH, W, H .... M'."
: for such noun- Httdlow Construction Company cruisers; because the huge flying terrific disadvantage.While expense June let, 194., In the above immnd Moody In' ..lIb*, w I
In rent '
asking the Board to Interpret the I fortresses of that day will be "air control" is-as has Nine new chrome finish chairs Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ......In.pect.r.'' '
4 Ing accommodations InconHisten able to leave their factories in Detroit been prime essential H..eka divorce Bradford Couniy A. U. 0. -I
Intent of specifications 8M to holl- certainly proven-a with I eat h e rette cushions, a TMUrrency
I Telegraph shall puhllnh this Ordlr 'I.Fk
., .
with of the Act I I" on ward Jr.. j
purpose or wherever else they are in a battle -or a campaign. N
: In
dayH.in the County Health Center lounge of the same.material, and next four weekly. UHUPH. lIar..I1 lilt
4 or about that date. manufactured, and arrive on thebattletront a Davy Is just as essential If only Witness mv blind and official neat W. .,.c.InMpeelo.. .,
It IH the concensus of opinion project 4t made reply that NewYear's I -in say Burma-next for the purpose of getting the planes six second-hand 0 ver OJ stuffed at4tarke. Florida, this May 2nd, .hoard (:"unty dwordH, ChsIr...
M Dny the Fourth of morning If they need fighter planes of to chairs have recently been instal- 1942 Attest: A. Conllnl
vast ocean
that rents will across expanses (OFFICIAL SEJAL) A. J. l/sfe"" ff
ThomnnM "
In Starke however b
if If the Labor Day, Thanksgiving JUIY'j I to help them. they will carry them the scene of the fighting. led. Two Sunday School claBMes _\ ('l,'.rk of Ha Id Court G." 4t B-29 (
I ilC not be reduced much any, ChrlHtma were construed I in their own wlne.-rtad! for instantaneous The day will definitely arrive the Wesley Fellowship and the T. Frank I.andrum, Starke Fla.

.4 +e celling 1 Is placed all of January 1. them to be the only hoi Mays tot take-off while in the air when great convoys of troops and Young: Adult-furnished Venetian Alt)'. for Pit. ,
I .
1941, since during those IllanJlnf > considered In this project. or on the ground. If they need medium materials can be better protectedby blinds> to the two large classrooms iv nnri'iT ("W'IIT, intAi Fonn. \OT."I I

construction days great hordes of The notary public bond of D. weight. artillery or tanks or huge air squadrons-which can at the front of the buildIng (01 %T1, KI.OHIUll IV fllPatrick .\>- Brndrnrd County vffi' WlNOTU'K
In thin trucks-they will carry them. If ("F.R V IS llfcifRuvr:
: workmen were W. Moore executed by the Central wish remain In the air for days at a while the women of the j. Buonanno, Plaintiff. VH. )pursuant to Section 9
to couple of
they transport a
sleeping In tents automobiles or Surety Company of Kansua time-than they can by warships. Church are ready to install blinds Ketty Buonanno, Defendant. Ca.e0. 18296 Law of .Fii'rd".
could find and men aplecthey will be when aU :-/ 1916 1931, known an I ths p
Z7 anywhere they City, Mo.. In the amount of $:)00 constructed to do so. The day will even come for the rest of the building. ORDER OF PUBLICATION the following dfinTn MClPlh] !i i.
were making high salaries, and was approved. But in the meantime we are fighting the materials essential to warfarecan AND NOTICK TO APPEAR Bradford I'ounty. Flor
consequently cared nothing about a war-which will be considered be carried by air; and when kitchen equipment and STATE OF FLORIDA tn: Betty offered for sale at puki,1|
that day arrives the nation which Venetian blinds are already paid Buonanno, 693 Lamberton St. Trenton for the hlirhent and bVitll,
the price of rent. .s old fashioned 30 or 40 years from N. J. iibjflrt to the right
: If within 60 day after the Is. A Case now as our last great war is considered controls the air wW surely be the for, money is forthcoming for You are required to appear on of tho Internal Improv of ihTl. t,
old fashioned today-but victor in any armed contest But the chairs and they owe only June IIOt. 1942 In the above named to" reject any !uncl all tTTJ,
uance of this designation: and Mm. H. E. Tucker has reportedto day brings evidence that we 9375 Court and ..au.e. wherein plaintiff ( nurthoutubeitinnlnit. It ill
every the of
nevertheless a war in which the use on building all which seeks divorce A. M.
rent declaration, rents for houeXng Bradford County s'u f on the
1 the; Telegraph a sad and needy of warships great and small is must maintain control of the seas will likely be paid within a few Telegraph: shall publish this Order A. D. 1941. F....,
accommodations have not In case which she and Father Just as vital as .Is the use of air. if we, expect success In this war: days. according to Mr. Powell. In next four weekly Issues road right of Way :08 ,..

the Judgement of the Price Admlnlntrator Thoma J. Murphy Investigated planes, great and small. For were and warships of all sizes are necessary The ladies of at Witness: my hand and official 1 seal through will be Ovhlch reserved from In,
Church made Starke Florida I I this th"r,
May 2nd, I. .
: been stabilized or re about. hajf' way between Starkeand it not for the shipping facilities of for this purpose considerable 1942 State Iroad. i

uced by State, or local' regula Lake ,uutier. The family m money by serving (OFFICIAL) SEAL)ourt. J. Thomas Ey.I of snij of XE1( ", 1
Saturday night cafeteria suppers A* Clerk. of said I S-R! 4t 5-29: f4..c. !6. Twp. 5 8, 1t" I:
Po dentltute-r-dlrty house, holes In for several T. Frank Lnndrum, Starke. Fla. Acrns.N't .
New Cabins weeks. and each
-- RentedW. now
"14SV. floor nothing much to eat or School Board Minutes Atty. for PJf.OHCtriT. !, of NE<, .f swI5
Wednesday they serve the Rotary Sec.: 28, Twp. i G; S, R. II

'; tif OFFICESUPPLIES wear father, mother and three children T. Clute,' realtor has rented 'The 'County Board of ._Publlc Club luncheon. ,. 1V: COI-HT. ,BRADFORn A..r.-Tharportlon '
lining the ofSEV
d1' washing mother two of bin three cabins at the COESTY: FLOHIIttl IV tit
new Instruction: in regular session Bishop Arthur J. Moore who CIIAV- of U 3 W lying E of( Qr.
nick. The mother ( KIIV.Bonxa
gave birth to afourth' trailer park mile south of townon of NWV of NWif f !'i .
Monday voted to pay H. G. Alderman has \
charge of this will formally Fayne. Plaintiff, vs. *
child area. IJanlel swv of SW'; or .
Monday without Road 13, and half of the third $12.50 for the nine months the Fayne. Defendant. Cane No. fl92.! Temple. Sub Div Ilea 'iF. -I I
open building with a Ii 1 J
medical care or attention, until he dated ORDER OF PUBLICATION Hw 22 E, 1 Acre '
one. Tuexday. New for transporting his children to
utter the great address Thursday evening. AND NOTICR TO APPEAR W 13 A
child had been delivered. of !Ni, of !NEUill
cabins will be built if the occasion school provided the State Superintendent STATE OF FLORIDA to: Daniel Ex I 5
May 14, at 8:15: o'clock. Bishop A I IS In NW t-or. 8. .t .
tp Anybody who Is able and willing demand"' he said. would approve of the Moore is Fayne. .w h 0" e resIdence la Un- II*. 22 K, 8 Arr.. I
of known
l: to give Anything to help take one the most effective tot 9. 10 of lilk 2 Wrlll''

care of this destitute family will Up to this time, however, no action. speakers In the entire Methodist June You> tut-are 1942 required, In the to above appear named on to 22 Ilnmpton See 30, Two'! (
trailers have taken advantage of A resolution was panted Church, and the Court and I
please nee or tele phone Mnrucker ". supplementing general public Is cause, wherein plaintiff Trinitron of IVTFRVU)
of the Rev. Mr.: Murphy. the fine, high and dry trailer park the minimum wage rate cordially invited to this service. Telegraph seeks divorce Bradford County PH\r" IF.-T:-; FINDOF'f:!
publish this
with its many modern facilities.! schedule for to be In Order OF FI/OIMDA
wages paid next four weekly IHHU".. Hy A. J Thoman, AII'.nl '. ,
This in spite of the fact that each laborer Witness my hand and official
and mechanic engaged GUM BRANCHBy neat I. I. Fund Ilradforil Counl,.

Anderson PromotedFriends there are as many as two and in work on the Starke Mrs. T. N. Norman .A.--u...-----_.._..__ -,..... -.J _._ __
three trailers on several city lots School project which was passed

of PFC A. W. Ander- and the city has warned through several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs.
s Ion, Jr., now stationed at Camp Harney Edwardsand Prompt ServiceStarke
ordinance that thin Careful Drivi
.,1 ,1 For Your Convenience Bowie Texas, will be interested could not exist condition The Board agreed to Invite the little daughter, Yvonne and
especially if there of I eon, Tolbert of Clewi
t to learn that he has just been trustees all country school' to ton are

The Bradford County romoted, to the rank of sergeant. without was anywhere for them to go meet with them Thursday night visiting relatives here for a few
I leaving vicinity. May 14. at 8 o'clock In order to I d ays. Taxi Servi

i!; Telegraph Is Ever! Increasing L Lion:or otherwise. In accordance discuss the opening date of these Mr. and Mrs.. S. ,A. Chapmanand

with,: the, recommendations, the Cemetery Working schools. two little, sons,. who have
: lt. Stock of 1 I Price been visiting relatives here, returned -
Administratormay by
::1 Office, Supplies. Here or order establish euch regulation will An be all-day held at cemetery New River working on No More Rats Va.t Thursday.to their home in Norfolk. Phone 150

((1v'k''; Are Some of The Many d maximum at.rent In his for judgement such accommodations will- Friday. May\. 15, according to an There will soon be no roachesnor home They by Mrs.were Chap-accompanied -

t> announcement by R. H. Green, four-legged .rats-In the Bradford I man's sister, Miss Margaret Sapp. Day Ni
? Items Now Carried e generally fair and equitable Jr.
L' 4; : :ind will, effectuate the clerk. "I veryone l Is invited to County Jail. At Monday's Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Johns
j : t purposesf I come and bring another '
> the Emergency, Price Control person session of the Board of County and! little son and Mr. and Mrs. -a------
I along. We
have dinner "
on the
. I Act of 1942. Commissioners $3.50 per month Clyde Johns and son of Jacksonville -
Adding Mocjiine Paper I grounds us usual, Mr. Green said.
wan voted to C. L. Chester for / were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

... Carbon Paper, "rat and insect'extermination in Overstreet: Sunday and were accompanied -

9 the County Jail." Mr. Chester has home by Mre! Caroline
wt Manila
Clasp EnvelopesPay CLASSIFIED ADS I II had 20 yea is' experience In this Norman.Mr. "BELIEVE IT

Envelopes work and the Commissioners are and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and I,

.. 1'v File Folders giving him a chance to show son. Rudolph, and Mrs. T. N. OR NOT"!

Gem Clips I FOR REJ>IT-rooms for Bleeping FOR SALE-One electric Gibson what he can do with the jail. Norman and son, Gerald made a

Ti.1,, Ruled Index Cards or for light houxe-keeping. Mrs.F. refi'Igerator. one electric HotPoint I business trip to Gainesville one Last Summer This

M. Griffin Graham. Wed day last week.
It In Lake
Ink (Pints & range. Can be Been at
FOR RENT-Two: 303 W. Madison St., Starke. ltp Mrs. Susie Moore and Mrs. w:5r Suit Did Not Fit. ,
3-room cot The Knight of
.: Clothes Marking Outfits following marriages have Gainesville were visit-, (
tagee with shower, commode WANTED: TO RENT six or been recently per f o rmed by tog Mrs. T. N. Norman one day
Ruled Legal Note and lavoratory kitchen v But Now It Does ..
Pads : sink seven room house in or near County Judge J. R. Townsend In last week. ,

> s; Manuscript Covers I Furnl hed completely with new Starke Hellbronn or Lawtey. Lake Butler: Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and

s furniture.: One mile north of Will lease for one or two yearsIf Lonnie Arthur Redding and I children of the State Farm were Perfectly.

;i1 Mimeograph Stencils Starke en State Farm Road. price Is reasonable.-G. B. Minnie Lee Prlngle, both of Law. visiting relatives here Sunday. .

Mimeograph Paper $J5\ month.-D. A. Judd. 3-l-2tp McCauley, Melrose, Fla. ltp tey, April 13. Miss Dorothy Norman made a Your Suit I Can Be Remade To Fit YBy' -

X>R SAU Fryerw, one and a FOR Calvin H nley and SALE at Ed.. Prince
: ? Mimeograph ,Ink half Larry's Place day last week. At The Starke.B1andulTailors
pounds up. Day-old chicks, Camp both of Starke April 18.
Onion Skin .Paper New Hampshire reda hatched spot for Very good J. Z. Andef3 and Lena Bell i Owen McRae of Camp Blanding
: anything
: f11 weekly. F:. F:. Wasdin three lip Johns, both of I Starke,* April 25. was visiting/--,alaterr": Mrs. TV;
; Pencils miles north of Waldo on State WANTED-Housework N. Norman, one night last week. WE SPECIALIZE IN DRY

t Pencil Sharpeners .road 13. 5-1 3tp job.-Wanda Poling or restaurant Phone- Berries About Gone Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman was CLEANING FOR CIVILIANS
47. visiting! Mr. and Mrs. Overstreet BEAUTIFUL WORK AT PRE-WAR PRICES

: ? Duplicate Receipt Books FUR HALH-86 acres land cm I Up According (o J. B. Gardner,, Sunday. >

Rubber Bands Highway 13, just north State LOST-Keys in black zipper case manager of thc. State Farmers' Edd Parrish of Jacksonville was ED PRINCE

Farmers Market, east of high. near poatoffice or Priests lOc Market, the berry season Is about visiting his parents here Mondayand

Salespads Scotch Tape way.-C. C. Wynn, Hampton, store. Notify in Sgt. Jas E. over. Only fro ,.100 to 150 crates I was accompanied back by his STARKE TAILORS
: Stapling Machines S-l-8tp Naughton, Co. E. 20th Engrs.. per day come In, and the price l I"Ip wife and little son. -

:9 FOR SALE-On Highway 1 1-2 Camp Blanding. Itp only fair. The buyers are gone I Miss Alice Ewards left one Opposite Park Theatre Starke Fla.
: Rubber day last week for
StampsStenographer miles south of town of and all Is quiet.A St. Augustine
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR for a visit with her slater.
SELL few
I 20 beans and new
Note Pads acres more or less with potatoesare I
i concrete' block building. Price milk cows, stock cows, beef coming in, he said, but the 1 Mrs. Mae Edwards had her
Typewriter Ribbons I $1,200 with terms to suit cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get price Is low.Recent the
pur. In guest; over week-end her sis
touch with
Shipping Tags : chaser.Fla. J. U Harrell, Lawtey Box 247 Starke J.; Box D. Odom.204 Lake Jr.. ter. Mrs. W. K. Wilder and

: Metal Rim Tags D-l-3tp City; Telephone 481 Lake City Birth, lando.daughter, Bobble- Jean from Or- SHAFKIN'SJEWELRY

WANTED-Clean cotton rags. No Auction market every Thurs Mr. "
O. K. and Mrm. Co
Paper Fasteners Floyd wart,,
li day all
pants or socks on classes of live
accepted. Brad stockat April 28, Hellbronn 1CIHfflT CO HIT. BRADFORD'

: Asco Paper Fasteners ford County Telegraph. tt Lake City at 2:30: P. M. Mr. and Mra.' Moses Springs Turbeville, boy;,, t C'OlMTV..KHV. FLORIDa lCIIA.\- MILITARYHEADQUARTERS,.

t WANT 3-8-43 May 1. Route 1- R. F. McOee. Plaintiff. v.. Millie &
Card File Indexes BUYERS for lots In and Gainesville girl. looley McUee, Defendant. Caee No.
1 near Starke. Prices reasonable NURSE MAID Blondie; 1994.
Card Index young colored Mr. and I ORDER OP PUBLICATION
Trays!! and terms liberal. Charles Brown
D. E. girl desires Job as nurse maid. AND NOTICE TO APPKAll ,
Everhandy Paper Clips Knight. 4-10 4t Emma, Styles, Starke. Bennett May 5. Lawtey boy; 8TATR OP FLORIDA to: Millie
ltp Mr. and Mrs Felton Beck May\. Dooley McUev whose addreoi la .

\t4 Clip Board Arch Boards WILL, PERSON who took glass FOR SALE OR RENT-Trailer, 4, Starke girl. unknown.You are required to appear on rr
case out of pocketbook In bus June Int. 1942 In the above named
Expanding:': modernly equipped.-See H. A. Court and
Paper Files with gold watch cause, wherein plaintiff
; Inside SILVER
e please SPRINGS
Snyder, Starke Dry Cleaners & divorce. Bradford County
.. Metal Files return to Bradford County Telegraph Laundry. MAKES SPECIAL OFFER Telegraph: shall publish thla Order
itp In next four weekly .. .
office. .ue.
91z India Ink Wire $5 reward No FOR MOTHERS DAY Wltnena my hand and official neat ,,-'
Trays question asked. B-8 2tp RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT at Htarke, Florida, this May 2nd,

Marvel Punches WANTED five or six sale. Large Kelvlnator. gas for pliment As a ,special officials MOthers of Silver Day com: .. (1942.OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma, MAKE YOUR SELECTIONSNOW

i : : Scratch house furnished. room range, ventilating fan, etc.- Florida's Spring.,, T.A. Clerk of said Court 5-* 4t 6-29
Pad Holders In or near largest and most. heavily Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla.
Starke. See F. C. Hollingv- Apply Military Inn. 126 Call St. patronized recreation attraction AUy for Pit. FORMother's.Day
Ink ,
Eraser Stick Files -
worth. Itp placed the
mother of.
Up servicemen iv rinri'IT Coon, RRAD"'ORD'
.. ; t Ring Binder ii IELP WANTED YOUNG LADY dependable-- on a 'Var footing" with CO; VTV. FLORIDA IN CHIN"KKV. -
FEMALE: -re- de- their < .
liable, white aires afternoon Job by offering; them half Sadie HornlHh Hr lll.
: i' middle-aged house caring for > t r, Plaintiff
price rates ..
keeper Care of children children. Write Box 431-A. next. Sunday. May 10,, Case v Every T HollUter, Defendant.
No 1953.
es- on the feature
sential. Good home and salary. Starke Fla. itp ride. 'glass bottom boat I ORDER OP PtTBLJPATIOV ,
: Box: 28 or phone 140-J. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Starke.It This marks the,third time ''. STATES "F FLORIDA: to Every
BRADFORD MUTUAL EMPLOYMENT: with Holllitrr, whoae" > address I. K.
SERVICECan in the past., 18 months that a spe. F. D. 1. Clean New York.

1 COUNTY SITUATION WANTEDFemale.. Furnish the cial concession has been made In I June You let are 191J required, In the to above appear named on W-rrr S s-s -rs-----e-

Young lady Jall'-' school grad Following: connection with service men. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ----j- -- s-S
ii: TELEGRAPH uate with, about 18 months Kxpert poultryman. white seeks' dltorce. Bradford County
.j perlence,' Mecond cook, white Mrs. ;Tolvirraph! nhall publish thla Order ,
desires In
Lois next four
position Mayea weekly issues,
j:1: : a s FlUl_ ana Mrs. Mae 1
Phone 29 r Station .it.. col. Witness
my hand
stenographer clerk Edwards and official' neal
:, or were In
j'Iii general Ijujmlryroan Jacksonville I at' Starka Florl office helper. good experience May lad THE STORE \ K1IiOW-
r .. Grace Kennedy. Write Mutual Tuesday combining business with I 1942. LL SOLDIERS
r Route 2. Box 143-A. Staike. Employment Service pleasure visiting Mrs. ..OFFICIAI. SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
.J Up Starke. Fla. I 'Edwards' A Clerk of said l Court S.* 41 6-JJ t
sister Mrs. T.
E. Frank
.Jf T. King. iandruin Starke, Fla.
Attr.:: fur Pit. =

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