Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02750
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Stetson Glee Club To Be Heard Here ,'

"CTw''""" M''wyew ...J Manslaughter Verdict Returned ; ). '! .

t.hull R In Accident Fatal To Three .iH(: ::1, ';, 1 1r'

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Oll J Illh1IIII11iii1T Bond Election Steel Car Body Becomes "Hash" Fourth Person ii 'l' i.

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;Jirii 1 1 Called Again Ik .w Near Death t i (-

Starke will hJve another try at After Smash-Up .
I an election fOil the purpose of I ;

authorizing a $33,000: bond Issueto
I match the f84.000 that has. A Coroner' jury at an inquest ., !i I

been put up by the government Tuesday afternoon Investigating '. I i I
for' a bigger and better school
the CHUMP of an automobile accident .
plant In Starke; nt 3 o'clock Tuesday morn- I

Although the project .Is already Ing between Starke and Waldo, in f
under way the last attempt at a which three persons were killed

bond election, on January 27 wasa and two others seriously Injured
I because the required bound, Paul Milton Austin. and t
number of freeholders did a 0'-;1..1 Cooper over to tho Circuit I 1'f

n Vnherslly's! outstanding, glee club, pictured above on the stage of their home campus audiDcLand not turn' out at 'the polls. Court on charges of man I I !,;

[ will be presented In concert to Camp Itlunding IIPr\lce men und Chilians, SundltYnlol"y Notified by government officials I laughter. I r 11

17. Sponsored by the Starke U 8. O. Outer, the StetsonocalLsts will sing| at 4:3: ( that something must be done at Mrs. Emma It Bevtlle, 55, and SI'j'l'
once toward remedying this situation Jrrry llevllle, 12 killed instantly .I
IXo charge for admission will be mule for either Chilians or soldlerr. were I .
the School I Board, in while Mary Jane Hevllle, II
special session Tuesday, called a 17, died, later at the Alachua ,.,h

era And Civilians Invited To Concertce Director new election for Tuesday, June County Hospital, Gainesville. Jean !
16, in Special Tax School District people GIlchrlHt. 8, In in critical condition I
This tangled mass of In which three .
wreckage l mt theirlives
| men stationed at Camp scope, enabling Professor Giffin :. No. 3. J. I... Peek was named In the Hospital at Gaines i
g and civilians of this to prepare on short notice full clerk and Don .L. Hoover, Titus near here rnrly Tuesday morning, shows h..w'I'II<< the WllroiistruftCNl -; ville. Three DeWitt C Jones am- i,

nlty will be entertained concerts of either sacred or secular Olson and R. P. Demorest will modern automobile ran bo crushed like a match |M" Inn bulances were rushed to the scene :'

Illy Sunday afternoon by music. serve as Inspectors. hnul-on. collision with a heavier truck. Although Koud IS hat of the accident to take care of '.

tarn University Glee Club Professor Giffln himself has q qt A concerted effort will be made long Ix-en notorious for feel wrecks, IhU car I.. one of the moot ; the dead and Injured. The. three \ '

( Florida's most outstanding earned much praise for his own by school officiate.. to "get out the completely ilnnollNlirtl: v\rr seen hpN'I'h..t" Hy Paul llodglns 1 bodied wore prepared for burial i
tenor soloist well -- .._ by. Do Witt C Jones and were \I;
organizations. Sponsored ability as a alJ vote" and see {to it that the i
\\VS. 0., the college chorus as hia recognized genius for directing "fizzle" of January 27 Is not re taken lo the home at Leesburg.Dr. r
oung men and women will his youthful men and peated. There tire now 748 freeholders Freezing Order On Plumbing Fixtures M. B. 1 lei'long rendered first j, t
ted by their leader, Prof. women vocalists.Tentative In the district; who ,are aid to William Wilson Alaobrook t
M. Giffin In a varietym for the Camp qualified to vote, and a majority also. of Lprnburg. nnd bin father i i i' i.

set for 4:30: p. m. at the Blanding concert program Includes a (one more than half) must votein Would Make New Sewer Line ValuelessAt took him homo In his car.
1 U. S. 0. center.performance order to have a legal election. According to Sgt. 0 L Mac-
will be free variety of selections, It was Indi- This means that( 371 freeholders Arthur, of the Florida State I I

I public cated. Among the sacred num- } r must go to the polls on June 10 the City Council Tuesday Como to naught. Mr. Barton stat Highway Patrol, who Investigated t I. f.

lough present-day transpor- bers the Club will present are and cast a ballot.If night L. M Barton, proprietor cd. Wile n Congressman Lex the I case, a. truck driven by O'Neil ...

] difficulties forced Stetson "Hoxpodl Pomllul," a R u s 8 Ian you live In Tax School District of the Economy Service Company, Green WitS in the City recently, Cooper was parked on the side of
to cancel plans for state chant by Lvovsky; "Open Our No.3, start planning now which does plumbing and electrical Mr. Barton conferred with him, toad( 13 about eight miles southof f'

tours, It was reported in Eyes," by McFarlane; and "God yb.NARcAa' to vote on this all-important mat- work, secured the cooperationand and] Mr. Green asked that his suggOHtlons Starke while the driver tried \ ,
I that special arrangements So Loved the World." One of the ter on June 16, 'and remind your bucking of the City Dads In be put In written form to repair his light,, which had ,'
n made for the trip to features by the Stetson singers neighbors to do' the same one of the most Important things and presented to him by mall, gone out. Paul Milton Austin, I ;
and Camp Blanding Them will be a patriotic medley, ar- to come up before them In .some assuring him that he would do, all driving a vegetable truck south, I ; !
talented DeLand time. That Is, with reference to In his .to did not sec the parked truck un- \ I,
} to be presented by the ranged by a Funeral Services power remedy the situation \
Order L-79 which freezes all far til he got clone to It. He swung i \
lingers will feature bothr senior. Dick Feasel. Original so as Starke was con.
| and classical selections, work by this student,. composer M. G"fl/N For Mrs. DarbyHeld plumbing anti heating equipment, cerned.\ 'around just at the time when the \ I ; ; ,
the Mr. Barton pointed out that Mr tlarton the Chevrolet sedan, driven, by Mr. 1, ,
also matter
"Jig the, full. glee club; 'the will be performed by .nfenented
{chorus, the men's chorus, men's Glee .CroX;" J'rI(ludlng"'anAmerican IlaroM 'M. .Off f In. above, professor SundayMrs. "the' 'Government has practically I to the' Oowrcll In the form' of Alsobrook, with the Bevllle and .,'c" (. t 1\

uartet and soloists.. It was fantasy, "Let Freedom of voice at Stetson University, Ida Lee Darby, widow of the thrown away $383ooo"ln the large i the letter" which he was forwardIng Jean Gllohrlit on,their way from ,
Leesburg was byheadednorth
coming I
fed- Ring." The whole chorus will also will direct the Institution's outstanding late A. M. Durby died suddenly( water and newer defense projects to Congressman Green and 'I
on the to, West VII'I I :
inhering between 40 and COfen sing the "Echo Song" by Lassua, giN club In UH convert Friday night, May 8, while attending In Stal'ke--unltRa adequate plumbIng I the Council unanimously approved ginia They crashed way
In its traveling squad, and two numbers from an original for service men at Camp iSlanding a "mother and daughter" material. and equipment can It.
|tetaon Glee Club normally I musical comedy composed by Stet- on Sunday xflri-noon.ellen etlde banquet In the First. HaptlptChurch. be Keen red to connect all th It and In this letter. Mr, Baiton suggexteil i The almowt completely demolish f'
) about 100 students in its son students, Including "I Have 1 his!! reputation for of Death came OH the result put It to Ita proper use.. [ lo Congressman Green that rd pasNpnger car In at the Torode f fI
Federal authorltlex the need tho matter of such vital Importance Chevrolet garage.
saw wan
Traveling each year about Come to College, and "School choral direction the Sletaon of a heart alack, und she was I \:
Titles in the state and south- Song." Among those to be presented lender It* himself a tenor Hololht stricken while reading a paper asa to: a sufficient degree .to npproprl- an lo ,demand special Edward Magel of Tampa was i''
(the chorus has played to anred by the select Radio Chorus of note. part of the program. She was ate these enormous funds to make blanket priorities for such materials ,. riding in the truck with Mr. Au".- I' '
audience of 20,000 per- will be a Feasel arrangement of I 72 years of age. I Starke sanitary end' protect It an. are necessary to carryon tin: Both of them were slightly

jfach year. for several years "You and I," and Feasel's origInal from fire hazards and now with the work now stopped by the Injured I II

f i If a reputation for outstandoral composition "Far In the Dis Short BallotIn County Mrs. ,Darby Georgia was, on born January in Mucon 19, this freezing order, It has all freezing order I f'

excellence in harmony tance." A mixed quartet will also 1870, and was the daughter of I I Contract
pchnlque. Repertoire of the sing the popular quartet from Daniel W. and Nancy Lewis Donkey Baseball Men Bowlers Approved I

varies widely In extent and,, "Rlgoletto." 2nd Wolfe. With the exception of four
PrimaryThe Friday May 22 Take Two MatchesThe
years spent In Gainesville, she On Fire Station i ii
had lived in Starke for the past
Diamond Started
a Paving In
l The American Legion sponsoring men's bowling teams' representing -
official ballot for the sec- 40 years, where she took a very
Around City HallThe ond election to be held prominent part In the work of' a Donkey Baseball game the Itlandlng Center
ponse to a telegram fromW. primary i Approval of contracts for a fire .
for next night May 22, for Bowldrome have given a good account -
26 looks like "the boy the the Baptist Church-was presi- Friday station and for Starke' [
Smith, step-son of Mrs. actual paving of the two ; May I of themselves. this week, equipment ,
dent of the Woman's Missionary tbe benefit of the Athletic Association. -
announced late last week
with' was by
yule, of Leesburg, who wa.searly and the calf ran over as compared winning matches In Lake City
blocks on the east side Union and a teacher of the Young The game will be playedon Gainesville Lester M. Marx, Regional Engineer J I
Tuesday morning ,Hall has the long and pretentiouslookingone Matron's Class In the Church Tuesday night and
north side of the City the football ground, and the The of the Federal Works Agency. {
Starke In an automobile ac- six months of the first primary of May School at the time of her death. Wednesday night. team Contract for the construction of f.
begun. Nearly ago admlSHlon will be 39 cents for playing Lako City was composed
J. B. She was aim chaplain of the W.
Rowe first really
searchedthe 5. The primary the fire station building was F
to allow of
ed l the City Council voted T. Weeks United Daughters I adult civilians, and 17 cents for Art Manaasa Henry ManasMU,
car at Torode's anda worked-It eliminated 28 names, Walter Wolakl Frank Kublak awarded to the Qullllan Construe- ,
very large the Bradford Engineering Com- of the Confederacy. She will children and noldlers. Uon'
and beautiful candidates O mpany, of Daytona Beach,
four-two Bert Llngley and Stavrl Statnlck f
nd which had to one block on North leaving only be greatly missed and her place for : Is that
belonged to pany pave Every donkey In. trained, and and they won the match by 15 (8,842, and It expected
and two for County
for State In the
ad difficult to fill
will be
woman. Thompson street and one on East will ride a Jackass pin. work will begin on this) project !
I" offices work of the church.
ring was lying under the If and when the wit within 10 days.Contract b
Jackson street Plenty excitement was
H. If he cant! It Is hoped by the sponsors -
J. G. (Jim) Cary and Emory Mrs. Is survived by two
seat on the floor of the showed a willingness Darby nessed in Gainesville when the for the purchase of 3- "
and had no doubt slipped property-owners : Price, two Jacksonville men, are sons, John Morgan Darby and that they can arrange a four-man team composed of the 000 feet of fire hose was awarded '
ra Seville's finger; since she to bear their part of the fin. running it off for Lex Green'sold Charles A. Darby, both of Starke; game soldiers versus civilian Manassa. WoUkl and Tim Jordan to the Bilateral Fire Hone Com-

found lying near there after anclal burden. Maurice Edwards around job as Congressman from the five daughters Mrs. DeWitt C Everybody Is Invited to come out tied the first three-game set and pany, of Chicago, for $3,000. Approval }
took the assessment! list Second District while J. S. Mrs G. W
Mldent. jones, Gainesville;
Mr. Rowe wired and see the West Texas ball-play won the extra game by 13 pins of the contract for purchase :
with that he had found the and everyone of the property. (Buddy) Norman Incumbent, and Marks, Deland: Mrs. Phil Maguire of a fire truck and pumper I
lid. owners on both sides 0 f both Lorenzo Green are running It off Washington, D. C.?: and ing donkeys -- "America's laugh Starke women's teams have not wall held In abeyance pending 1111'r r
voiced willingness to Board member from W. sen latlon." "You'll laugh until fared so well, losing both the
streets a for School Mrs. S. L. Peek and Mrs. C. > ther Investigation Mr. Marx raid.
do his or her part. The City will District No. 1. ChaJker, both of Starke. Nine your sides ache--still the funniest Lake City and Gainesville
ord Named 'pay a third of the paving costs grandchildren also survive. game of the century!" It's a regular matches The Tuesday night This project I Is covered In a
of Zelda Mc- PreHldentially approved allotmentat
on both team was composed
and sides the of the property-owners streets will each pay Buddy BishopOn Mrs. Darby Is regarded as a "Laff-Rlot. Call, Jean Wiggins, Helen Wigginsand a total estimated cost of $33-: ;
Merited List typical example of the Ideal Lou Voyages while thorn 000. all /grant. It calls for the ,
-Time Chief his third. mother, and funeral services were Wainwright Resigns bowling In Gainesville were Patsy construction and equipment of a

Last February the grading was Aa a reward for superior academic held In the Baptist Church on From Draft BoardUnder Keen, Alice June Harding, Arlene two-story fire station, the pur
all completed;and the actual pav- work and excellent deports Sunday' afternoon. Mothers' Day, Dew and Helen Manaatia. chase of fire hose a truck extension I

View of the fact that Starke ing waa postponed until such timeas ment during the, past six weeks at 3:30: o'clock with the Rev. A. date of May 13, Mayor ladder, etc. :
eon that
started so
have officiating.
a new Road was E. Llghtfoot pastor,
and and
'aUon With modern the brick taken up from East Call Buddy Bishop, son of Mr. He was assisted by the Rev. Fred N D. Wainwright, Jr., Secretaryo Two Fires Come
complete and of Starke. has New Paint Store
up- Mrs. H. A. Bishop I I
Ie eqUipment, the City' Coun- street from the railroad on mightbe card" at Yerkes of St Mark's Episcopal: f Bradford County's Selective Close Together
Bf'\iO\on!\ \ used. Work on 201 has begun, been awarded a Church. Service Board No. I, addressed Almost Ready
night voted where he .is a
ploy the present "voluntary" and the brick therefrom Is now Emory at Oxford Interment was In the family the following letter t o General I Last Saturday evening the city f I

It C (Red) Bu*'' line baslll, at U2 per month, Each street will be 30 feet wide, students are granted were In charge of De- Selective Service at Tallahassee: fire alarm, -one at 8:13: and the soon open a store in StarkeIn
the July 1. will be done equally as well as the additional privileges as long as Witt C. Jones. "In compliance with Adminis- I other at 9:30: o'clock. At the corner the space In the Green building

.en the new station other streets which were recently they maintain their high scholastic Pall bearers were: H. L. Brown. trative Bulletin No. 23, by which of Church and' Washington. / on Court street formerly occupied i
Is cornSir and will cost only $1,689.: standing and good behavior. Powell the minimum age of all Local I I streets an Orange Lines bus filled by Congressman Green. Mr.
paved, E. L. G. ,
and lee S. Sparks
occurw'd family Edwards of Buddy was one of only stu- Board members Is act at 43, I with soldiers coming from Cump Creighton and Mr Dick have
an according; to Klckllter, R. A New om. P.
apartment this J F.
on the dents receiving the honor cloned the deal with Mrs. t
d resignation Green
floor Com hereby tender my aaj Blanding caught fire. No 1II'b'otalCe -
the Bradford Engineering M. Barefoot, A. J. Thomas J, M. #
fUll-time period. In addition to doing Andreu and R. a member of Bradford County That is.' unless the brakes and will handle enamel..*, painters'
novation fire chief will be pany. good scholastic work. Buddy is Brownlee, A 0 Local Board No. 1, effective Immediately were made In Germany or Jaran! supplies. and wall paper. The t
IW the for Starke. Up un- prominent in all campus activities H. Cox. Fire Chief Red Buford stated that store will open within a few

"VOluntary"department has been Thursday Closing and Is president of the Flor- "It has been a pleasure to have the flame originated with a hot days. Congressman/ Green's office
e basis Still UnsettledPolice ida Club at Emory. Last week Chimes To MoveIn served on our Local Hoard since brake band which was likely In. being moved to the new t

.a Council also voted to sup- he was named a member of the fact that tbe new its organization in October, 1940, caused either from driving with space adjacent to the Starke Dry
of the
ot tight batteries' for mem- Chief A. L. Alvarez, varsity tennis. squad. fire view station will noon be erectedIn and our relations have been moot the emergency brake on, or from Cleaners and Laundry. I I I'Wi

them force, thus say having already on two different the vacant space between the pleasant and cordial. Should my its being dirty. The blaze wu Other changes are also taking
W that this Item of expense occasions this spring made InquIry Trailers At Park Hall and the Methodist services be needed In any capacityat soon extinguished./ place In the Green building. Mra.

" the Call Street will soon of the Starke merchants to assembling Church City the Church leaden will any time please command me. The other fire was a vacant Alma Nader, owner of the Starke i
!lip main artery of travel determine whether or not they Trailers are gradually have ,to move the tall l tower "At a meeting of the Board to- house In Reno which wa entirely Beauty Shoppe, has had such an
It BlandIng, When Highway would observe the. old-time custom at the new trailer park a mile which sustains the loud speaker day D P. Carpenter was nominated destroyed. There Is no water con- Increase in business that she is
the Completed, It was decided I of Thursday'half-holiday, and south, of Starke on Road 13 H. church chimes. The City to succeed me. Mr. Carpenteris nection In Reno, and the fire doubling its size. She has rented .
for the
"Ine railroad bloclu at the I receiving no favorable response A Snyder, manager of the Starke Council Tuesday' night voted to 46 years of age and resides engine carries only 40 gallons of the space adjoining her on tbe

rot to wOUld be too much of a stated this week that he thought Dry -Cleaners and Laundry, has In allow City laborers t C o renderwhatever within the Selective Service Area chemicals, which were soon ex- north, formerly occupied by the ,t I
y safe driving. Conaett there would none. If the mer- two trailers parked there assistance was necessary over which the Board has juris hausted. Pipes are now scattered Starke Auto Parts: J. D. Mathews,
goad the Council wtlJ request chants decide later ,during the spaces one'' and two. He and his In moving it off the city lot diction. Yours very trulY N. D. all over Reno In connection with contractor Is) making an arch be-

Company to remove summer to "take off" fop a half- wife live In one of them' and they and onto the rear of the church Wainwright Jr.. Secretary Brad the new water system, but they tween the two spaces and she
type 61 and sub8tltute lome day that will be entirely up to have rented the other to a soldier lot. ford County Local Board No. 1." have not yet been connected. will occupy both placea.U .
slgtW them. and his wife.



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...... 'T\vr- .. .. imOFOKD mUSTY-'I BLKGHAril. ST.IKKK. FLORIDA FRlla.tp. tile. ..

I I is man's I not be so far wrong. Berries have I atlves.FI'ldll "
food. This a :
like ourselves, proud and! embat- information from die correct and and serving I I II \ n
lx ir
are people very consistently brought # to eight and h'
4 5,+ The Bradford County Telegraph lcd and that the defense of Australia Is vital tom I by a process of elimination or unfriendly a- job government, just as experts soldiering ua is to, do and It the It I cents dally. And they really! ville enjoying spent! $aill ,'** la J.J

i ; ,' own defense So it goes Whatever comes, plane Is proved friendly hundreds of lives, and smell like strawberries, too. When Miss Jean By'rat *
1877 to may save ;
KHtaullihed This applies every '
the American is obtaining an infinitely of berries are half ilpe they sell for week-end k ""V
average plane in the air. With the assist will\ result In a lot personal m i I",
MEMBfiI2.FLORi4A better knowledge of the world and the people who ance of civilian observers head- satisfaction for those who wantto $6, when they are really ripe they Misses Caroline. ,, ; ''oVllt!'i H

t 4; PRESS ASSOCIATION Inhabit It than his forebears ever had. quarters is able to anticipate an do their pal't. Those wishingto .Bell for six cents. People arefunny daughters ,t ?, uBllt(n' 1>;J

HATIo w EDrroRLALAOcIAnoN' air raid hours ahead of the actual serve in this capacity please W. Moore "i]

dropping of bombs at times. This contact J. L. Harrcll or F. R. Mrs. Boncile Griffin and Miss Mr.
1 0.-4 1E. Tuberculosis And The War and Mr
1 : 4 l. Matthews ______ __ Editor and Owner ia something to remember and i Carradine at once.EVERYThIING Adel Dlnklns were in Sneads Sun- and children! vernoa, 1
One of the greatest achievements of American something that we cannot seem READY day visiting the parents of Mrs. Mrs. Rowe'B 'pen S"'l/ '

SUBSCRIPTION KATE medicine hao been in combating tuberculosis. A to understand. THE JOB OF REPORTING FOR BIG REVIVALAT Grlffis, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ford. 1 J. M. Reddish parents ,<'S

Yearly, $1,13; SU Month ,..00. comparatively few years ago this was one of the PLANES IS CIV I- BAPTIST CIICRCII Returning with Mrs. Griffis were Mr. and Mrs.

most dreaded of diseases. In a high proportion LIAN DUTY AND NOT THAT Is "Big/ days are Just ahead," says her two .small sons, Donald Ray and family Of Jeckroe Bry8llt 1

fubUnhttl Weekly on Friday ana Entered M sea- of cases death was the Inevitable result. Now, OF THE ARMY. The army not to or-do Pastor Forbes E. Fuller. and Gene, who bad spent several Sunday with feiauves:,
ganized to fight and
He refers to the big Evangelistic months with their grandparents.Daniel Mrs. Robert hrt.
SUike FU. when the disease is diagnosed and properly (
end Clam Matter at the font Office at sentry duty for towns and cities. Miss Covlngtoll
1 Ito early stages, recovery Is effected In the great We are advised that It would require -I Campaign scheduled to begin Boone Harley reports to
i with Evangelist Uncle Samuel early Friday Lawtey vj.ft1Mrs. '
majority of Instances. And even when the disease 50,000 to 100,000 soldiers to this coming Sunday, his Sunday
c ', Frederick P, Billings as morning and will be inducted into W. "
? After The War IFio7Today U far advanced before the physician is called. do the Job being done by a quar- i Fred Moore
and Intensive Daniel the Small
speaker. Extensive the service. was re- children
of effected.At ter of a million civilians, who can! I retUI1ltd,
I' .l % most mind are centered on the Job many cures are house-to-house invitations have cipient of a letter from Our Uncle Tampa Tuesday I
t 1 if will do It Just as ef- I after
4 winning thin war-and that In one of the biggest the same time, qualified medical men warn they been made this past week which started GREETINGS. All several 'days with
the military.Take her
w''. jobs that hoe come to any nation In the history that the tuberculosis problem Is apt to become ficiently as It Seriously through-out the whole Lawtey Joking aside Dan will make a Rev. and Mrs. E D,

a ; l+ of mankind. At the same time, many men are more severe during this war period. Millions of In this time of nervous un community. Expressions of cooperation good soldier Mrs ofTA:1"" lei,j

'1 Inking of that day when the war will finally people, men and women alike, will\ work longer rest and uncertainty one finds by the rural people for Misses 'Betty Bright well and day and 8L

end and the equally vast task of reconstruction hours. Many of them will leave office Jobs to do oneself in what may be termed a this campaign have been unani Emily Prewitt of Jacksonvillewere burg to visit' relatives end

y, -. muHt be started. They are laying plans for this work In defense Industries where great physical mental turmoil. Civil defense, mous. Now let's see Lawtey and week-end guests of Mr and Pvt. Rob Prevatt, let

t, ,, world of the future, baaed on the hope that ways effort Is necessary. Many will be exposed to the consisting: of air raid wardens observation environs get behind this needed Mrs. Louie H. Hill. Camp Stewart Tuesday
,effort to get "true religion" Into Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and spending
and the And the hospital units ,
be found to make International peace elements while on job. thus, road posts day
can I this community. We need It, small daughter, were !In Lawteyfor mother, Mrs Lizzie
real and permanent. Instead of temporary will be open for the Inroads of tuberculosis.Can ambulance corps, Pmau
prosperity luck
I badly. several days visiting the par- soldier,
p air raid
auxiliary police
we ourselves ? The answer (is an corps
t and illusory protect alarm the to Sunday, May 17: ents of Mr. Edwards. Mr and Sgt. and
after the unqualified "Yes!" We must dress properly, eat system man power .nn Jhtunie N
) All Americans know what happened Earl Edwards. Carl Virginiaand
f operate all these units and most 10 A. M. Sunday School. Full Mrs. last week for Fort
I) a last war. It was the position of President Wilson properly, \sleep properly. And, of vital Importance, i Important, the money with whichto attendance is urged. the baby returned to Fer- Sgt. Nail will receive gene

that this nation mum accept the responsibility! of we mustn't take chances when we get that "sick do these things. The utter refusal 11 A. M Morning Worship nandIna Tuesday. training. SKt, Nail :!

91 { leadership In world affairs, and he believed that feeling" or that "tired feeling." When that happens of the civilian population to Subject "Further Rules for Holy Guy Frlgo, :former resident of while Mrs. Nail d.ov.TJ.

the League of Nations was the proper Instrument there Is but one thing to do-seek expert take the present danger in whichwe Living." Sermon by the Pastor. Lawtey, was here Tuesday In the car through. We rep!,

For good advice. find ourselves peilously. The interest of his l brother-in-law j these nice
of that responsibility.
''fA' for the discharge 7:30: P. M. Young Peoples Ser people and
f r a or 111, Mr. Wilson could not win the American American medicine Is responsible for epochal actual belittling and ridiculing of vice. Everyone out to plan for big Emory Price, candidate for con- them every happiness .

aN, ; Congress and the American people to his s'de. He progress In the cause of better health. If the the effort of a few the stubborn I "Young Peoples Night" duringthe gress.Lt.. BIIFatso\ ( ) HarrellblJtown
and Mrs. Armin Wehrle
l literally burned himself out on a national speaking people cooperate, American medicine can safeguard compliance of the majority., all Evangelistic Campaign, Fri- Saturday evening foJ

t tour whlcTi proved to be an utter failure. This our physical well-being In these trying complaisance of the majority, all day, May 22. spent Sunday at Cedar Keys fish Benning. Everyone WII ,
ing. A catch of 65 trout
speckled old
if we are bombed. Why people, see Tubby He
f {Jf a nation was sick l of Internationalism and war. It times. who live under our governmentwill 8:30: P. M. Opening of Evangelistic and black fish was reported. This Camp Sunday afternoon.K!

wanted only to mind Its own business and to manage not seethe concern, evidencedby Campaign. "Introduction 10 the first experience of this you, Fats. ]

$ t 1 !ito own affairs It had little Interest in what Rubber For America our Army as to the very good Night." Speaker: Evangelist Connecticut couple In Florida

{ went on beyond its borders, chance the eastern seaboard has Frederick P. Billings. Come out; waters. A few more days like
Hope for the American motorist is found in get acquainted with our Evangelist this and the will in
; Now the situation la vastly different in many to be bombed, Is beyond us. Time army stay
The Atlantic Charter commits this nation the ambitious synthetic rubber program which 19 and time again we have ap- and don't be surprised at Florida.

41 ways. being developed by the oil Industry.The proached different ones asking what will happen at this meeting. Pvt. Truby Griffis spent several
to help In the rebuilding of all the world. The
Monday through Sunday May\
a government's current synthetic rubber for volunteers. With some facetious days with his parents, Mr. and
i Charter, In principle, has been almost universally\ 31st, every night at 8:30: Evangelistic -
I plans call for the creation of which will and flimsy excuse, we were Mrs. Walter Griffls. Truby Is at
p< approved-Indeed, the main crltlsUm of It Is thatr..1' turned down. Consequently today Campaign. Different "fea Camp Pendleton Va. He returnedto
: ,t ) It does not go far enough. And, perhaps more Important be almost entirely absorbed by military needs. after months of negligible tures" each night. Monday, Camp Monday.

ti'"' '' the to the Administration Therefore, the oil Industry has appointed a committee "Membership Night": Tuesday, .
still, political opposition progress, we find we have only Mr. and Mrs. Ray McAllister of
;? I has formally placed Itself on record "to make recommendations for Increasingthe I five observers for a Job considered "Fathers Night"; Wednesday, New York are visiting Mr. McAl

'+r with a policy which I\\n a far cry from the "tradi announced programs so as to Include some most necessary by the authori- "Mothers Night"; Thursday, listers' mother, Mrs. A. A. Annis.

tional Isolationism" of yesteryear. rubber for what we consider essential! civilian use." ties, and requiring the services of "Family Night"; Friday, "Young They will\ remain for about ten

yl Very great progress has been made in Increas- 25. One gets a little weary afterso Peoples Night"; Saturday, "Fav-
At the end of the last war, the strongest figure orite Scripture Verse days.Mrs.
f 1 ing the wearing quality of synthetic rubber for long trying to assemble evena ; Maude Howe of Jacksonville -
In the Republican party was Senator Lodge, who Next Sunday, "Bible Night" etc.
tires. Rubber few from an unwilling\ majority.
substitutes developed as late as 1940 has returned to Lawtey and
did more than any ether man to block Congressional Everybody in the community Is
would deliver only 200 miles of service. New Obnervor4 NeededIt is connected with the Jackson
; approval of the League of Nations. Now the urged to come out as often as "NEW
nynthetlc rubber may deliver 10,000 miles at speedsof will require the services of Restaurant. Your friends welcome
yd dominant figure In the party is a man whose view- you can to these special Gospel
not over 35 miles per hour.It at least two dozen observers to you back. Miss Maude.
point Is genuinely Internationalist, Wendell Wlllkle. do the job well and It will take meetings. Spring
1 will of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards' |
course, be a long time before much Attention: All children An- I
s It was Mr Wlllkle who carried the torch at the only a few hours of time
: rubber Is available for anything vital your other BIG EVENT coming were here over the week-end OxfordsGet
except use.
recent meeting of the Republican Policy Committee dally. Already, on this poet one I
visiting relatives.
So take the best possible care of Starting June 1 through June 12, I
your car and Its
ttt; I v and who succeeded In having passed resolutions tires. And in the meantime It Is woman sat up all night when it ,our Dally Vacation Bible School. Miss Estelle Austin spent Sun- Out Those Old I S

ti wMch almost completely embody his Ideas. know that reassuring to was a man's Job. If we do nothing Excellent study material! good day with her parents, Mr. and Slippers. We'll Make I
r industry Is doing everything In Its else let us'men do this
The other Mr. Wlllkle made in one Mrs. James S. Austin.
day a speech, faculty, and a grand time promised Do For Another Seas
power to give this nation the Job well as !it Is civil that
synthetic rubber one job
'w,( which he sold this: "It will be a new Idea to many it to all who will come. Plan for Dr and Mrs. Wilmot C. Brown
so desperately needs. Is vitally connected, and shouldbe
Americans that the United States In the future It, now! and children of Tallahassee were

q'' i : r 3 may need help from other nations. But we do perfectly co-ordinated with here Sunday visiting Dr. Brown's The Electric i Sh
our Army and Navy. The ladies BERRY MYSTERIOUSSomeone
mother, Mrs. G. W. Brown.
x l4 f I' need help If our ideas of personal liberty, of Justice Beware Of Sugar BootleggersNow have their hands full with the Jokingly remarked that Mrs. A. A. Annia and her son Shop

or equality, of hope and growth and expansion that the sugar rationing furore Is over first aid station, the clinic, raising Lawtey would ship berries until I and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Opposite Park Tseoe
are to survive. We can keep America to our- money by planning, preparing the Fourth of
t ;. and we are settled down to getting our half a They may)Ray McAllister; were visiting rei-
+ salves though I
9 doubt If the America we keep to
pound per person per week, all of the talk and discussions .
: ourselves would be free. But we cannot keep freedom -
which preceded it to be
appear a lot of
i to ourselves. If to have freedom .
we are w
must share freedom The day of vast empire ado about nothing.The Your Florida Visit Won't Be Complete Until You .
few people who did little .
is past. The day of equal peoples Is at hand owned hoarding have
up and are using their extra
t "Let us keep that aim shining before us like

h r Ir'I a light .a light for the people of Europe, for the storekeeper their who worried about how to keep SEE SILVER SPRINGSFLORIDA'S
happy now have clear-cut
1 a
+ people of Africa, for the people of Asia, for the systemto
k and the discussions
? over who
people of South America, and for the people of our was being
H1 own beloved land." patriotic and who wasn't, so far as their sugar '

buying habits were concerned, have ended. 'S FAMED INTERNATIONAL ATTRACTION
l As Time put It, "Seldom before had any U. S. Sugar rationing seems to be working fairly

c' Leader Paid, in such clean earthy words that the smoothly and problems which still remain will
v freedom on which this nation
was founded means soon be straightened out. ,

i* freedom and dignity for all people of all lands." There Isn't much question that all people and v .x yy.bcv< ptlp,. ,

? h Precisely what we must or will do in the future storekeeper will
try to
strictly with the
y 1 t t U is in the laps of the gods. Many think that there rationing order-for no one wants to be

will be great economic adjustments, and we must to subject
'n a possible $10,000 fine and
rt a year in Jail
find ways to help other peoples attain the means vided pro-
by the Second
War Powers
t4'i Act for viola-
f e I apwell\ as the desire to buy part of the Incredible tion of ouch an order.

flood of goods that our post-war factories will be But the government Is
+ taking no chances with
able to
produce. They think there will be an end possible violation
1\ plans getting a start
to and has
thinking that peoples of another creed
and color already
begun vigorous
nip In
are Inferior to peoples 01 our creed and color, tho bud any smart "Ideas"

J + They think, In short, that a. real start may be made This being our first taste of which may be tried.
rationing, the OPA
toward the goal 01 the Brotherhood of
intends to prove, right from the '
1 centuries beginning, that
Philosophers have ,
i about for 20 any Illicit\ traffic In rationed
t In will be expensive j
any event, all of
,t us are now getting a new business. to those so engaged.
and far more accurate. Idea of the character of We "t
don't expect that there will be
h other elabor-
1' peoplesVe used to think' of the Chinese In ate any
1 set-up doling out illicit
terms of '
Incredible sugar,
poverty disease and
Ignorance- but
it Is quite
possible, unless
1.t4f4 now we have learned carefully guarded
that the Chinese brave
are against
some of the
people who
1'Y i and intelligent and are led by men who are outstanding to sugar will have access
try to make
a profitable "deal"
In now
i. any company. We used to think of and then.
the Russians liS spineless serfs--and I
f' now the Russians The best
have helll the greatest military machine the and way prevent such action by elfish -
world has unpatriotic Individuals Is for all of to
ever known and us
perhaps saved all the'United have nothing to do with
2q 4+ Nations from defeat and disaster. We used proposition anyone who makes any
to think of for getting us a little extra
M Aw.tralla.as a rather uninteresting and the side. on .
i. i unimportant "Island" far away In the Paciftc1 person making such an offer Is
committing a major
1 + and
a and
now anyone
we have learned that the accepting
Australians such
an offer is being a party to that crime
-, I .
i.. Hs

AROUND LAW T E gringo the Family. Spend a Day They'll Always Remember. See. Nature's Unaerwafefj

I I.; R. Carradine- Y j ROSS Fairyland ALLEN'S Thru Glass Bottom Boatss

regular JUNGLE
monthly meetingof After berries come beans. The CATCH I'S NAPPINGT CRUISE DOWN SILVER RIVER FREE

the City Council It was agreed lima bean crop promises" to be a IT LOOKS SO NOW CONSERVATORY FILLED WITH TROPICAL PLANTS

that the City of Lawtey would Install good one. Dry weather had the I This Is In friendly criticism
yK of
a complete Air Raid System farmer ADMISSION
W1 immediately and would be reimr somewhat worried, but I our Air Raid Observation setup In Hear / "VOICE OF THE TREES" CHIMES CONCERT

buried by the treasurer of I with the good shower a week ago Lawtey. It so happens that the e TO GROUNDS
the at 9 A M
r Daily Noon
Lawtey Civil Defense Council. It one since it looks like a real Army considers this branch of 4. P. M, *,

l Is expected to have the system season Is In the making. The Civilian Defense of tremendous .....
Installed within two weeks grading belt will be installed on Importance. Compared to the observation
,r air raid drills will follow Immediately the platform shortly and John system all other Enjoy FRIED CHICKEN DINNER IN THE PICNIC GROUND

r At the time these- Shuford will have It humming branches of civilian defense are FAMOUS SPRINGS CAFE. A LA CARTE FACILITIES
rs with those fancy beans. John of little SERVICE AT ALL HOURS.
drills are started air raid wardens is Importance. We are told
will be required. Those interested happiest when he can walk up that the Army and Navy depend /

in oervlng in this capacity please and down the platform looking at upon civilians so much that with-

tl advise. the beans and his graders. Law out complete cooperation in reporting PARKING
tey is an excellent lima 1
market traffic In
"p our section
CRACK METhODiST: and with a new grader and I they I
r a man are powerless to advise
Rev. Herbert. Ilazaard, Pastor I' in charge of the grading many of Impending air raids.effectively Open Doily, Sunrise to Sunset "' ILLUSTRATED

L t Bible School 10:20: A. M. farmers will do well to bring their It !la intensely

j Morning Worship 11:20.: Sub\ I beans here for grading to officers In charge interesting of this to talk Na- Talus Meet All Trains and Bute at Oca!.. Fart $1 I for the Round Trip BOOKLETS!

ject ;"Power of the Gospel." tional effort. | _i

; d i Evening service at 820.: SubJect I Ml"** Mattle E. Harley !spent! most complicated They system explain of following a- MILES EAST OR OCALA

"Conversion of Saul." Saturday here with her parents, an airplane from the time ON DAYTONA HIGHWAYSTATE
y Mr.\ .
S A. H. Ha rley. Miss it leave the
,4 i : Mrs. W 0. H. Edwards .was In Harley Is connected with 1 St. reaches its destination.ground until A. It ROAD 500

Jacksonville Wednesday. .. Hospital In Jacksonville. system that filter filter SPECIAL REDUCED .
/ out the mis- RATES TO SERVICE


1'.1GF. TIIREIt;

tr I i May Become Necessary To Induct 11

KLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne I Rent Ruler i O&41e91lhor I Men With Dependents, Collins Says I I II

+r a
I Many: Selective Sri,'vice ,
regia.Ihanla toivlce men without dependents
llIh Leasing U. S. Air and Naval Power I who have been deferred. I wliti. must. be deferred asi 'neccs- ,

tram solitary feel,ivii.i> solely br- "ni'v men' until they can be replaced -

onstrated in Pacific Sea Battles; .(\ /-'How to Win Friend* 1'nii<' Miry have d<'i"Mi will! at their work." I
Ii .
111I 'vent uiiIly DP inducted I unless ihcy I
engaged in nonessential" t
and Influence People. F' become In
enxiiicfd .icilvltira es-
Owners' 'Extra'
Car Tires activities, however, should not
K. Wants ; entinl to the Nation.. war cffoil.Hilg I cease their present employmentuntil r

| Gas Quota for East Coast ';t'n. Vivlnn Collins State their .services are needed 'In

t A Decrees r>r v declaiedV Director. of Selective Service, has some essential. activity, the Gen- I

)"L eral warned. He maid :

ed... HE STARTED SOMETHING are rapidly appionching "Till voluntary movement fromnonessential ;
.a.nIYatandanot aouurily n.npper
t olT OR'S lb. ae. : Ibl. ) 'the "Iage \vhei everyone imiHt
ai I (R.I..d| by W..l rn Ncwipopcr "-'"-,' Madame Ritz, widow of the hotel man who made his be> working or fighting to win the should. to essential activities t
name famous around the world, told me how one thing I war." the General l imwrted. War economically a gradual sound orderly transfer, and of f

>RAO Ch.nvktsv changed her husband's life. He born in Switzerland equipments the demand for :
IAAg ,..+ : FQ was a manpower. The Federal Government i
dfat ti NJ"+ manpower by eswntlal industries. ;
e0L3Aealo peasant and his first years were spent herding cows and as well the will make known, from
as armed force will
1 ARAllll- sheep in the Swiss Alps. He left the hamlet where he was compel many local boards within 'lima to time the opportunities;

I : staj born went to a hotel in Rigi, in the high Alps, and got a the next several months to find for tinlnlnit' and employment In !
% ta activities essential. to the
job as waiter. selectecs! for their quota among war effort

t IdJll ) vvtr u / "mom .,. Rigi wasn't even a town, merely a hotel where people i registrant who have dependents: HO that this shift of employment .

J rrLTiaO seprfl aluoeas came for mountain climbing and to watch the dawn marchup "Right now local board. are reconsidering may be made' without un- A' !t

alxrAS t Charged with the responsibilityof out of the mountains. A beautiful spot. Sometimesthe all registrants i with necessary" disturbance to the welfare I- l
of the
I Ifl !''' : 0olAAiIMSIt Betting up machinery to place place would be vacant; then suddenly a party of mountain dependency deferments for two and the community Individual. the Each family Individual '

1 f : Aral: ceilings on rents affecting more climbers would arrive and the hotel would be filled major puipooea. The first Is to registrant I however i'

than (6,000,000 persons. Paul A.Orter with Saratoga trunks from New York calfskin bags from eliminate from this clans all men "
knows" or should Inquire Into his
y' ," INDIAN deputy administrator of Piccadilly Circus in London and gay bandboxes from Vuitton's who cannot prove that their dependants own capabilities and the opportunities I l
the Office of Production Management need their earned Income ".
l A in Paris. for employment in t
1v IIlOMhff Is directing the federal rent for support In a reasonable manner war
AUSTRALIA One cold marched of those industry and should .
control program under the snpcr- morning a wave up out tow- and all who cannot prove that seek such \

vision of Price Administrator ering peaks-and the heating plant in the hotel broke down. they did not acquire dependentsto employment without waiting for

Leon Henderson. Landlords In affected Think of that! A hotel half away up a mountain, in the land avoid military nervlce. The specific infraction. from the

t areas have until June 28 to of perpetual snow, and no heat! The thermometer announced second purpose In to distinguish Government. t;

ICEAN Q sUliillie rents In line with OPA eight below zero. between men who have dependents "When men with dependent are I

>oalxwursAWWGAfdR recommendations. The telephone rang. An urgent call from a travel but are not engaged In considered for military "service I

;et o 1000 2000MILga agency. They were sending a party of fashionable touristsup I activities aiding the Nation' wllreft'ort the General emphasized, l local I t

7 to this crag-clung hotel; forty of them; rich, demanding, I and those who are contributIng boards will have regard for occupation

BACKDOOR THRUST'. : critical. The aristocracy of Europe; people who would demand for victory by their together with the de-

of Madagascar to the two main supply laps Use Burma RoadJapan's the best, and who would be willing to pay for it. work an civilian. I glee of dependency. Registrants I'
Importance "By making thin distinction between
trateiio who have the
greatest ofdependency
the United Nations armies In the east are indicated by the "backdoor" invasion of The manager of the hotel wrung his hands. Forty peo those engaged In essential. '
of China vIa the Burma road continued ple arriving at an ice plant. They would the word. such IUI a dependent I.
map. By capturing the key naval base of Diego Suarei, British spread actlvlllew and.. thorn whose civilian wife and chlldien will be the last
tilts supported by marines, Infantry, air farces and naval units, into Yunnan province despite U. S. He would be ruined. But the party had already started and occupations are not contributing, group sought for military service f
army air attacks which knocked out i
protection of these vital supply lines. 74 would soon arrive. to the war effort It Is desired to he ..alii. provided that they have''
enemy planes in a single week.
One of the waiters was a quick thinker a man who Induce
u voluntary movement of become necessary men In
Seriousness of the newest threat to I,
MCASCAR: PACIFIC SEA BATTLES : I China's resistance was seen in the could meet emergencies.. Yes, Ritz. the latter Into essential' activitiesand production or supporting activi

lour U. S. Shows PowerA decision of Generalissimo Chiang "I can take care of them," he said. thus to release for military ties r
Kai-shek to take personal command The manager stared. What! a waiter! There was nothing

epic of British Comman- crucial test of the United Na- of his armies. That Chiang could else to do, so the manager told him to try his hand. Revival I
fellantry came to a victorious tions' increasing strength in the Australian I Bus Company Offers (,
count on stout co-operation from his Ritz transformed the hotel. He moved the small din

Lion when the Diego Suarez sector was given as massed Japanese American allies was shown by the ing-room tables into the drawing room. Then he called for Starts SundayAt Better Service I
northern tip of sea and air might
fbase on the repeated attacks by big Yankee four large copper bowls, in which stood artificial palms as ChurchFinal To '
,eld Madagascar surren- northeast of the key continent in a Lawtey Silver SpringsFlorida
bombers from India on the Jap'smain
thrust from New Britain, the Solomon part of the decorative scheme. He ripped out the palms and

French army outposts still Islands and the Loyuisade Ar- airdrome Burma.at Mingaladon This field northof filled the bowls with methylated spirits, and set them 'go- preparation are being Motor Line busses, are
e Rangoon
1 was Then he pounced on the menu and struck off all cold made at the Liiwtey Haptlnt
. Utary control over the Mada- chipelago. the main Nipponese base for the ing. about to solve a transportation
r hinterlands, the fall of the Within a five-day span American all-but-Hnlshed Burma campaign i dishes and put on piping hot temptations. Next he put forty Church for the big evangelistic "bottleneck" by providing direct r

_aval base assured the United warships and planes had taken a which had been extended to China. I i hot bricks at the tables. campaign Blurting Sunday May service between Camp lilundlng

N |i possession of the vital gate- toll of 16 Japanese ships either sunkor The effectiveness of the Americanair The guests arrived with brisk appetites and saw a little 17. Frederick P. Hilling, a vigorous and Sliver Springs "Florida" International

Tb their eastern supply routes. badly damaged. Engagementswere offensive was illustrated by reports i mountain heaven waiting for them. They sat down in the preacher, Is on his way to ;
Lawtey from the North. Sermon Attraction" five miles ''t
her it was vindication of alint the heaviest since the battle of that each bomber able to
was cheerful drawing room and put their feet on hot bricks and "
made the Java II. subjects such aa, "Sin "Those eat of Ocula it was announced
which sea.Concentration
of aggression the ,
drop 250-pound explosives on
egan to eat. They hardly noticed the temperature! Unholy I' h eta,' and "The i
of the Japanese na- rap
| > "miss the bus. field in spite of heavy anti-aircraft thIB week.Officials,
p t,
The of how waiter had saved the
authorities In both Amerd val forces in the Australian area story spread a day. Thirty-one Kings of t'anuan" will
ary 'One most looking man arrived and asked be lined of the attraction that
Britain pointed out that the was regarded as a threat to the day a important during the two weeks of
|sful attack marked a refresh- steadily expanding U. S. communi- CHARGE ACCOUNTS: to see the waiter whose name he didn't even know. This this evangelistic campaign according hUll been vlxlted by upwards of j

trait to the fiasco at the key cation lines in the South Pacific Time Buying Curbed man was the owner of the Grand Hotel National at Lucernethe to an announcement (this 1.000 service men each Sunday

't Dakar Africa, a year ago. Blocking of this threat meant that most fashionable and exclusive hotel in Switzerland week by the Rev Forbes E. Fuller for the past two months have N
American who used a
ai revealed In London that not only would Australia's position charge Every account or an installment He offered that waiter a job in his hotel. Oh no! not as waiter pastor of the church. been advised by Motor Lines officials '

I I _mmando attack on Madagas- be more secure, but that the purchasing plan to acquire the goods but as manager! Ritz accepted it, and from that day his \ Special featnies lire planned for that week-end service la I ,

upported by marine. RAF "springboard" for an ultimate United he uses in everyday living was affected rasp! in the hotel world began every night ..f the campaign Mr. :
belnK considered arid that "an
J and naval contingents, bad Nations' offensive against the by the Federal Reserveboard' Fuller Mated. Sunday the openIng -
e planned three months In aoVblDENT Jape tp recapture the East Indies night will be "IntroductionNight" announcement may be expected( ,
orders clamping the brakeson Johns counter has been added. at an ex- "
and the Philippines would be fur StoreEnlarged with an informal spirit of noon.
ther prepared. time-payment buying. The orders pense of 900. thus providing a -together nlrrsMed. Monday .An all-lime record crowd of i t
tightening restrictions alreadyIn proved
OF PERU: Japan's strategic. .,power in this effect! were the IXlcst move in place to keep perishable vegetables May 18 .Mill be At e m b ertihlp i nearly 3,000 persons, a war med I

Latin Tieser area lay in its possession of the Solo- President-- Roosevelt's attack on .pirating S. R Johns A: Son's store on fresh and crisp all the time Night" and' all member of the around the Springs Sunday week i

cr mon islands which form steppingstones prices.The Washington street has been re I A new produce rack has also been church are especially urged to bll all the swim beach opened for the

knitting of relations be- along Australia's northeast Reserve board decreed: added where fruits, and vegetables present season. Last Sunday, over 500

Latin America and the United flank starting from Rabaul on the 1-A limit of 12 months in the modelled, enlarged and painted not 80 perishable may be "With "Fathcis1 Night" "Moth Camp Bland Ing soldiers Including f

was seen in the visit of Presl- Island of New Britain and extending period over which most consumer's and new equipment has been add placed It Is understood. that at ers' Night." "Family Night" and many top-ranking officers. vUltnd

lanuel Prado of Peru to this down to New Caledonia. I goods could be purchased on Install- ed. Ben Hall superintended the a very early date a Ht-ml-self service other event following In rapid the place and took part In special

,. ment plans carpenter work and Dewey Williams will be installed In the store succession a "good happy time"is Mothers' Day ceremonies
ta Senor Prado arrived by clip- GAS RATIONING : 2-Down payments of one-third did the painting Ceilings expected each evening "Peppy I Silver Springs, satisfied that It r..

lane it marked the first offl- East Coast First cash on a majority of consumers' walls and floors have been painted spiritual singing will be the orderof offers the outstanding recreational -

\lilt in history, of a South items. Exceptions were automobiles the warehouse hat been re- Buy War Bonds the day at all services," Mr. facilities In all North Flor-

can president to the United Eventual gasoline rationing for purchaseable over s 15-month: period duced in length by about 12 feet Fullor stated, I Ida, Is planning Sunday event.

the entire United States loomed as and furniture and pianos for thus) adding that much space to Every Pay Day The meeting will begin at 8:30: regularly through the summer,
when the Office
tnlflcance of this precedent- a future possibility which s down payment of only 20 the store proper An additional V i with special emphasis upon swimming I
king official mission to thee of Price Administration limited the cent is required for purchase of shelf has been added on both o'clock each evening, and Mr Fuller and dancing.OfIre ,
fuel in the Atlantic per Le, Doufcf "thisgood .
sale of motor. Invites everyone- to hear )
ot Fan-AmerlcaJi sides of the thus
reslstc 12-month period. more, giving
c Nailsm was seen In the Seaboard area to two to six gallons" over 3-Payment a of charge accounts in more display room. Our Quota old-fanhloned' preaching of I S u p-;II;,M. Bradford

that Peru was the first weekly to "non-essential motorists. full by the 10th day of the calendar A new refrigerated produce ._ the Bible" County Teleograpll.Ik .
The initial rationing applied to ,- -- -
in American country to month after purchase. Failure to
000,000'motorists in 17 eastern
l off relations with the Axis abide by this order would preventthe
and the District of Columbia Officials -
r the the
accord reached last purchaser from buying on
stressed the fact that sufficient
sal at the Rio de Janeiro account until he settled up.
would be provided for essential -
ereoce President Prado'sdictator gasoline 4-The following additions to the
driving but not enough for I
policy before the list of goods on which regulations
was an Important step la extensive non-essential"pleasure" driving or other already apply: automobile batteries, You work better refreshed
virtual fanda> from exclusion Pera.r .of Axis The OPA's order included three tires,,
types of ration cards: "A" for non- athletic
used furniture;
a recent decree Peruvian essential motorists; "B" for essen- appliances; non- i
forces now function under tial users such as defense workers goods; including shoes, u
rection of U S, army and navy public service officials and others; military haberdashery.
and other
rs. and "X" providing for unlimited us- hats

age. This latter category included SPECIALISTS SOUGHT: I
: doctors, nurses and kindred professional

Jr'ants Tiresert people whose duties require Also Allied NationalsTwo flexibility
the -
rapid and extensive travel.In moves to increase

P Patterson, underscore- the scale of gasoline usage, the of the a'my were made when

oflar\ intimated that county "A" range was based on an average the war department announced the .\

football games and other pub- mileage estimated at 4.5 miles daily. creation of the new army specialist

Jthenngj might have to be cur- The "B" range covered from 4.S: to corps and the selective service headquarters

this year in the Interest of 13 miles daily and the "X" for declared that nationals of

r conservation, when he an- mileage far in excess of these av- all Allied nations will be able to 4
ed that the government Join either this country's forces or
ed to purchase extra tires from those of their home nation.

:e car owners. By "extra" LIVESTOCK SHOW: Men with certain ..peclallzed'sklll.will .

cant more than five to a car be recruited for the array specialist -
War Casualty
''d- Purchases will replace those
will be on a corps. They
tary basis. I Indicative of necessary wartime who are capable of going Into ac-

''the same time restrictions on the nation's transportation tive military service.! In general, no
Office of
rDse Transportation dls- facilities was the decisionby men subject to the draft will be \

rd that It was i its directors to cancel the Inter- admitted Into the new corps, according -
"'"""""I" civilian plan. national Livestock Exposition held to the announcement. Those % :

Ira in. bus or airplane.travel Offili annually in Chicago for the past 42 accepted may become officers race-

declared that "travel-as- years. log from lieutenants to "directorcener.I.
al" would be The anticipated lack of transportation .."
a thing 01 the
I by the end of 1942. facilities to handle the livestock In the move to recruit nationals of i
They _
res.ed the bellel formerly shipped here from our allies. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey
IImentl 01' non sharp all sections of North America was selective service director announced rJVII
Would be essential cited as the principal reason for the that reciprocal arrangements had al-
necessary before
end of the cancellation. ready been worked out under which
I Traditionally the mecca for rural Canadians residing in this country Pf

Cars reuiaiUonina of civilian tires Americans of all ages In the week might juin either the Canadian or

woul4 b. undertaken 11 following Thanksgiving the exposition American forces. This agreementwill
nary Was a view all-time high attendance nations.
ber of supported by recorded aa be extended to other r
Washington omclal. of 400,000 last year. /

outlinina! his views on motor car TRADE BARRIERS:
utailment Mr. Patterson said I
.ent roaPecta are that there will be Ban Local Restrictions l[MISCELLANY:

rubber for the trade barriers be-
army, navy Suspension
I'es orkers. and essential civilian tween states which are adversely Honolulu, Hawaii, first Americanarea I K

a He pointed out that there affecting war production was predicted to suffer Axis aggression I

million tuna f rubber"now following the close of a fed proved again that its people are _
r on the to see the war
restrictions determined
be highwayS" and that It eral-state conference on war grimly
onserved.h in Washington. effort! through, by oversubscribing Q

'IJ1ana \* Particularly critical at presentare four times the Islands' May quota
r expect synthetic local laws governingman 250,000 War Bond quota. I
planta ar.d of
bring AtflHOIIt
any relief this 1 OTUfD OMOIS
and housing of sCver bullion
ale construction New York
doomed to power 5- OOCACOLKOTTI.ING* CO.
disappointment AKKK
a declared. ; the delegates were informed supplies for Industrial purposes
All arch lUbber Is .tat. governments undertaken because of
arked Steps" must bs- taken by. has been t
s for the nation's armed to relieve this situation, Increased industrial demand. -

: speakers declared.





1 t1 i! SOCIETY and CLUBSMrs. II LIFE LINE OF THE FAR EAST J JF' Engagement DOWling Mr. andI-Lee Xnnunf

Stump Entertains I I :Mrs. Thede Honored I U. I). C. Entertained gagement Dowling,, S an.i) ,?, w"< 1t

Ladies Auxiliary I At Miscellaneous Shower Uy Mrs. Davis riage of t ti h.. ??, "1.
r a I May to Lt. R ral.t. << J
Saturdayfternoon ?
r Tho Ladles Auxiliary of the, The W. T Weeks Chapter. United State. Nat b"
J: United Daughters of the Con- \ m,
4- Presbyterian church held the May I Mrs Richard R. Thede a recent 'jfederacy.!' was entertained by Mrs. Conn.and Mrs R. A ,I. ? .'nil r

s meeting Tuesday afternoon at the bride was honored by Mine 1 L. A. Davis on Wednesday afternoon -
f I Lt.
st ) tl home of Mr. and Mrs F. F. Evelyn Stump and her sinter,,, May 6, at her home on t Lee K n,, v. "
tf a StUmp, which wax decorated with West Madison St. Seasonal flow- Camp Shelby MI>
Mrs W If. Thomson, Jr., Saturday The
j sweetpeas and rose ers added to the attractiveness ofjthe wedding WI?
afternoon when they entertained of early "
Mrs. K. G. Uuncan prenldenlof :, living room where the guests stimme
Iyrt the Auxiliary presided and at a miscellaneous showerut were seated. ad6s.
Mrs. M. Mayhew transacted her the home of :Mr. and Mrs. F. The president, Mrs\ George W. l shvri Lawson Family Reunio J

duties as secretary. A devotional .'. Stump on North Walnut St. Roberts, presided over the meet-i i Mr.
s service was led by Mrs. Mayhew, Miss Stump met the guests at ing and Mrs. Luther G, Powell family and and Mrs H A. LaIriQ
t + and Mrg. H. V. Knight conducted acted as secretary pro-tern. The Mr and M .|
it the front entrance and directedthem son
the program, the subject being : Chaplain of the organization Mrs. family enterumSl
l," "", ,jrktt Latin Americans.Mrs. to the lawn In the rear of, A. M. Darby gave an inspiring day at the home of the '
J the houHC, which was made more with
i Stump, amlsted by her prayer which in the light of subsequent jawip.y' a family reunion. 'l1i1lo
) beautiful with bowls of radiance tending this
;t I! I t t daughter, Miss Evelyn Stump, roar' and potted plants placed ontabore.s. L! events was a memorable = Mr. and Mrs happy event
Mrs. Darby was aud- H. o
t served ice cream and rake to the prayer, Lawah
+ 16 members present. i,denly called t 0 "God's Better -' and Mrs. A B. WOOdbaJ
In the receiving line was the ICountry" two days later. She was .p L Ofa.tirw Auburndale Mr and lIn !

; Circle honor guest Mrs. Thede, who was I an active member of .the local Lawson and daughters J
it Baptist lovely In a long blue silk net and Allese. p4!
; chapter and will be greatly missed and /r c .
dress trimmed with silver stand- allot 2*:!
; Headland.
'P The regular Royal service program by her co-workers. Ah Mra
of the Baptist W. M. S. Ing next to Mrs. Thede was/ Mrs. During the business session it Eastman and Mrs c u.
I ) ktJ, will be presented at the Church Thomson, who was beautiful In a was decided that because of pres- of Lake Butler P"t"

r at 3:30 Monday afternoon. May blue marquisette dress trimmed ent war conditions the chapter
i, 18 Circle 8 being In charge.- with lace; and last In line waa would not have the annual picnicin Mrs. I. P Shepherd
Alma Hough Secretary. Mrs. P. H. Long mother of Mrs. June. The chapter will meeton r. e Friday morning from a teih4

Thede who was becomingly Wednesday afternoon June 3, Denver, Colo.,, where
gowned In a black net dress trimmed and will have a program on the ) her son-in-law and daugbter

,': e with applique taffeta. A subject of defense and also the and Mrs. G. E Mlllw '

I corsage of swcetpeas was worn Jefferson Davis Highway. Shepherd went with her.
by each person who received. Mm. Davis the hostess, served daughter-in-law, Mr andlhl

Assisting the hoste He In lookIng a chicken salad course to the following -I MACHINES AND MEN ON 1.300 MILES OF ROAD: A fleet .f American-made tracks (tap left) carry supplies C. Shepherd, of Gi Iff in, GL,
I after the pleaxure of their I guests: Mrs. G. W. Rob- ever hv turns (lower Burma noaa. now patrolled and protected by mcri .n- the party went by
'_.sa ....,.c.. .s..r...0. ... v.. 'Vnlnhf"""", Lr/u i il"U" -Mm. Effle- Miner. Mrs- W. L. m.DDed"Tomahawkri"top(( right)). Map givesannIdes at the Journey iDDDlIri mast make: 680 miles by rail from taking the southern route.1 rubs(
?1.q1 .Y \in.\ B. S. Carroll of Jacksonville 'Wall; Mrs.; : A: M.: Darby Mrs E. Rangoon to Lajblo then 726 miles by truck to Kunmloc and finally 693 mllei to Chonfklnf China's war capital. an El Paso, Texas and rttJ

Mrs. Grady Baggett, Mrs. K. Perryman, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins home by the northern mm]
Fred Guy Miss Hope Haynes, and Mrs. L. G. Powell. Road Hums
g Atlas Abbie H.irlcy, 1\lsHelf< Idalou Burma strategy. With a monthly capacityof
40,000 tons, the Burma high-
and Marjorie Davis. Gypsy Tea Dance War way has seen an increase in the GET THE
The mlflccllaneoua shower of As Far East Sprea'dsANGOON
Planned For U. S. O. transport of military supplies from '
f bNf Artodf Oliver, linen, crystal and china SPEED/sup
DE11n were displayed on a long table, _L_ .u..____.. _. ____... i 3,804 tons to 17,500: tons in four '
1, i ne ijieuieiimiLif tuiu oergeuniaof months, and this in the face of increased RELIEFfoRACI
i .... which was covered by a handsome the Girls Service Organization "" ; Burma.-Every day from Lashio terminus of the Bur raids by Japanese bomb
white linen cloth and centered met at the USO center Monday and every night, the whir of 3,000 ma railroad, to Kunming China. era. Planes have arrived at Ran IIWIGESlCarpenter's
ti; with a bowl of roses. On arrival evening and made plans to givea loaded trucks hums and reechoesover Every county along the proposed goon to reinforce the American
of the guests they were served Gypsy Tea Dance at the USO the rocky gorges and deep highway was assigned its stretchof built-and partly American i
fruit punch, and later Ice cream Thursday evening May 21. I ravines which surround the vital the road. From villages and manned-Curtiss P-40's (or"Tom-

and cake were served Platoon No.1, Lt Helen Dow- road bringing supplies from the towns bordering the old silk route ahawks") which now patrol the
u To this lovely garden party ling In charge will have the program democracies of the West to the poured almost 1.000.000 workers, road. Antiaircraft'guns are being 1 1s

HIT THE BULL'S-EYE were Invited 75 guests. and Platoon No.2., Lt. heart of blockaded China. Top- men, women and children, bring- mounted at the two suspension

Betty Green in charge will serve ping mountain ranges and slither- ing food pickaxes make-shift ,. bridges over the Salween and Mekong
W. S. C. S. Will Meet! refreshments. Platoon No 3., Lt. ing through malarial valleys, nar- shelters. Many of the workers Rivers and Chinese armies
,dw with RsfordB.kia.Powd.rtr /
t o.p Cook. who MJB lo pl*_ ... ftumford Catharine Nollman In charge will rowing to 9 feet in some places died from malaria; often mon- have taken up stations in Burma Drug S
,. foe ,...b.f-Uahl tutor, full .....,. d!- The Woman's Society of Christian decorate and send out Invitations.All and widening to 16 in others, what soons washed away sections of facing the Japanese forces in occupied -
I bra ;M ,* ...,. deMad.hlyeah... fllEBI New Service of the Methodist Platoon members are askedto was once a caravan route for Chi- the new road; but the work per- Thailand.
t ) 'ht + .u..ri... recipe booklet. B. a klicbcapatriot. church will meet Monday afternoon attend in costume and nese silk merchants has now be- sisted. In two years 800 miles of Meantime, American engineersare * # f
E t' t WrlM lodart ....'0... B.luo at 3:30 o'clock at the gypsy come a 1,500-mile: highway con- road crossing nine 5000-foot working at top speed to complete
to I to
1 hyti ........Boa CS KiuKfonl.Rhode liUad. church. Business and program make co-operate this first social n every event way necting China with her Allies. ridges were completed. By 1939 a new parallel Burma-to-

meeting. sored by the platoons spon- When Japanese invaders seized American-made trucks were car- Kunmlng railway which will ON YOUR VISITS
a success. the China coast in 1937 the Bur- rying Red Cross supplies and mu- triple the amount of materialsnow

; n tic' ma Road was only a muddy trail nitions 1.500: miles from Lashio to reaching China. This, at last, TO SEE YOURSOLDIER.
r"I Benefit SupperThe for mule trains carry ing native Chunking, China's war capital. will Jive China an alternate route '
WISH TO THANK produce from and to China. But Today with Japanese forces for the arms and equipment
St Mark's Young People'sLeague China, anticipating severance spreading fan-wise over the entire which she needs so vitally to carry ,
: will serve supper Friday from the outside world had already southwe* Pacific area, this on her long and heroic fight
# ql ,' Every Voter and Supporter night from 6 to 8 o'clock at the allocated $2,000,000 for the vital link to C 'na from British I against her enemy and ours: Japan I I n

kwj c For Allowing Me To Serve You Another camD rectory-- fund.----for- the benefit of their construction of a modern road Burma is a ke. in Allied i _militaryfrom -

g; j i Term On The School BoardI Bill's home town Well, were a grand lot of American:r

M I Promise In Return To Render Service Carolyn Callstreet that's anyway the it most was important a party -thing an' manhood and were more than I I'al

A very nice gesture, too generous In their1 praise of the
To The Very Best Of My Ability And more of us should follow suit good eats and of this fine welcome yw. ,, iby

Thanks Again For Your Support by showin' a little hospitality to accorded them by the Wom n's

the boys at Blanding Hear Service Organization.
bus car, train or plane. ;pn>j
Got new half soles on my shoes Charles (Mac) McCoy in town Andy Adkins Is thinkin of join.in' -
O. C. KELLY Itoady for those walking bluest! this week Seems he realgned the Marines Look out Mother-Daughter BanquetAt test your travel funds br lilt]

his position with Coca Cola herea Jape! Glad to see Lacy Con- Baptist ChurchThe vetting them intoAMERICAN
Well, folkLooks. as If month ago and has been vacationing way out again after scorln' a EXPRESS

those Sunday afternoon drives at his home in Carte ravine knockout over Kid Measles first annual Mother-Daughter TRAVELERS CHEQUUl
"around the block" are out for Gawgla Mac allows he'll Wonder If it's a military secret Banquet for Y. W. A.'. and
q the duration and will we miss enter some branch of "defense that Milton (Lt.) Brownlee will their mothers was held in the Spendable everywhere upotui I

'em! Guess we'll have to revert work in about a week but isn't soon be in the 1st. DIv.? Sunday School annex of the Baptist nature identification.. Refunded!
to the "good old days" and nayin'- whether It'll be In a civilian Church Friday night May 8. promptly to you if lost or Mb I

KO strollin' in the park when we or military capacity. Hear Ruth (Stcmberg) Scanlan The color scheme was green and Good until used. Fur IIle Jill |

feel the urge for a bit of fresh almos' wasted a perfectly good white, green candles were used at nominal cost.
It's still 111 wind that
an ComJDIn doing: Harry phone call from Marion 111., on and the theme was, "A FlowerGarden.
? blows nobody good however, and Houston Titus ((Farmer) Olson Motl'ers' Day Seems she lone- ." A program was rendered "BUY WAR BONDS"" !
I'll bet there's many a head-of- and Herbert (Pee Wee) Durden distanced to "home" where all favors and place cards

STARKE FLA the-bxmsehold who's glad that trekked to Alabammy over the the family 'cept her were having were given the guests and beau Florida Bank At I

those endless arguments overwho'll week-end on blznem an' pleasure a grand reunion After tiful flowers added to the charmof '
have the car this afternoonor Wally Stewart (Fort Eustls I the first few words the lump In the occasion.. L ,Starke
tonight will be ended, at least
Va.) visited local Interests over I her throat got so big that Jack
k M Sun., Mon., Tue..-May 17, ,18. 19 for a while the week-end Robert Green bad to do most of the talkln.1 Mr. and Mrs.-W. C. Burch spent Member Federal Dfpo lt'' .

"Son Of Fury" reports to Standing bright 'n' Incidentally Jack may be Mother's Day In Lake City with ance Corporation ,

4j With Tyrone Power and Gene Tierney I'd And like while to report we're the on conversation the subject early Friday morning Carol with the armed forces 'fora so Mrs. Burch's;mother.,.Mrs. Jessie) 'ember Florida Nation" j
I tollin' at Blanding while very long so Ruth Is brushing up Mllllgan. where a family le-union Group
Also Comedy and News that took place tother day be-
Patsy Keen succeeds her as on her shorthand was held
secy. an' typing ,with about 22 relatives
tween Julian (Major) Peek sec'y'yof : to Bill Clute Helen Van Dlen Guess if they keep callin' the men present: ,Mr Burch who hasbeen "BUY MORE WAR I DOND'
Wed. TUurs. ,
( ,
May 20 21 the Bradford rationing board returns this
week-end from
a ten- for
away we gals will be runnln maDY'months a driver
t'gr ? BIG DOUBLE: FEATURE and Mark Max; rationing administrator day trip to her home
in Kokoma things in front of the scene Instead for the Starke Taxi ,Service is a
No. 1-"Dr. Jekyll And.Mr. Hyde"With Seems they for had Dade occasion County for. along Jlmmie Indiana have. been Seems that she an' of In back of the scene, now driving an Orange Lines bus * *
married almost like we've been doIn' all
Spencer Tracy and Lana Turner along
distance call and during the
three years and this Is the first Says your (power behind the
No. 2 "Small course of the conversation Mr. time they've been ,I'
TownDeb"Starrtng "separated"Jimmie throne) FOR SALE
Max inquired Mr. Peek "How I
nays! another weekof
? Jane Wither Also News come you're still In Starke?" batchln' an' he'd commltt suicide -Carolyn. 10 Room Dwelling On Two Acre Block In Heart Of

"Why II h 0 u IdD't I be in C351"Balance
i' Lawiey. Price One Half
500000. Terms
b FrI., Sat.-May 22, 23 BIG DOUBLE FEATURE U. S. 0. Buffet Supper :
Starke Major Peek fired back Pnneipd
: ; 6 Percent Annual Interest.
No. 1 "Law "Well I'm about forChattahoochle. Enjoyed By Soldiers
Of The ready
Jungle"With Hear' a brave hrtf-jtomr, Sara And Interest Payable At The Hate Of $25.00 Pa
Arline Judge myself Mr. Maxreplied" Barefoot Nina Bishop an' Joe .On Mothers' Day Month! Five Furnished Rooms Of Dwelling bus
your way up
Ii No. 2-"Saddle Mountain Roundup"Ray for I'll Andrews walked all the way to Rented For, $14.00 Per Week.J. .
just come by me and be Klngsley Lake las' Sattlday One of the most Interesting af
L'1 Corrigan John King. Max Terhune ready to go with you," the Major Tougbenln up their feet for the fairs of the season In USO was L. Harrell Lawtey Fla.
Also Cartoon and Serial moaned the buffet
gas ratlonln'. I guess They supper given Sunday
report a nice crop of blisters' 'I afternoon by the women of Starke
j t MIDNIGHT- SHOW SATURDAY; MAY 23-11:30: P. M. Hear George Maiuis has been their feet, faces an' backs honoring Mothers' Day. More

tt "Scotland Yard"With transferred from Camp Crowder, Incidentally.. Joe an' bro.-in-law >than a hundred boys were graciously COME -.SEE HEAR EX-PRIZEFIGHTER
; Mo., to Tyler, Texas where he's Glen Duke have just served Mrs. Frank Wilson
Nancy K*ny. Edmund Gwenn, John Loder taking a college course in special positions In accepted had charge of the
a Camp Blandlng VX supper and donations Frederick P. Billings
Also Selected Shorts Army work Quite a chance Orchids to Mary Winkler of potato salad deviled

for advancement. I understand Call Street's pIg-tailed news girl eggs strawberries, and other FEARLESS PREACHER OF GOD'S WORD
Betty will stay out there "as who already has( three defense foods were generously made by
long as she can" r Glimpsed bonds bought the hard way- members of the W/omens/ Service EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN

from two cent profits on each Organization. Miss Evelyn Stump
paper sold Wonder how many furnished the flowers.

Many Thanks For Your Loyal others have done ;as. well? ? The musical program included 'Lawtey Baptist Church
noted singers from
Camp Blan
t I _, Seems that youthful "Bogle"Canova ding, and group singing of many EVERY NIGHT, MAY 17T1I TO 31ST 8:30: P. OMI

: Support Your Continued decided to take a trip Mothers' Day and home songs. COME ,Bring Your Bible and Friends C
{ tother mornin' < Mona heard Mrs. L. A. Canova accompanied
someone stirrln' around the house the soloist and group singing.

Cooperation Will Be Gratefully about six o'clock an' got her eyes A buffet supper consisting of
open just in time to see Bogle thick slices of boiled bam potato
scurryin' down the street dressed salad deviled eggs hot rolls iced lIAKE'AN

Appreciated In his swanky soldier suit and tea and all the trimmings gave ? AFTERNOON D.t
lugging his daddy oversize suit- the service men of Camp BlandIng
cane By the time Mona could a taste of home-cooked food. The You could not inveSt tt

dress and overtake him be was real thrill however came when hours better than in trim l
already at the railroad station. fresh strawberry short-cake
J. G. patiently waltln' 'for ped with top- lines, posture-and .
t; (Jim) CARY "the next whipped cream came asa oUier"
train to St. Louis" Said much relished surprise. By Bowling here with ,
two trains had already gone by The Women's Service Organization ern-mlnded modern-tarp
d For Congress Second District but be didn't get on 'cause all acknowledges with 1 t sincere women. Come-any .fteT1l orI-

the doors were closed thanks the assistance given by
'lt the families of Starke and
by the
Sorry I erred In reportin' that

t (Paid. Political. "Adv." ) Leila an' Bill Mundy. were hostsat made merchants the event whose a real contributions BOWLDROMF
I success
F' I part ; for khifiUlads The men from Camp Blanding I

F l 1
.kr ,



TS: of LOCAL NEWS r PINE LEVEL : in this section Tuesday afternoon t

__ SMILIN JACK BY ZACK MOSLSYRKSMT Ity Mr's. II. :M. MflUe :, The crop. were beginning to suf- I

m .'tt'l' tor luck of moisture.. k
the Mrs O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine -I Mrs. I Well, the strawberry neiiHon is I I'I'e to MinnI .. '
arc report
B ? pent P. Carpenter spent / WHEN YOU FLY YOU about over and everybody Is busy sorry a
a with her !' was a week-end guest other Mother's Day in Baconton, Ga, WHAT/ REALIZE MOKE THAN EVER HOW cleaning out the crops an"l180 !I Jewell) Edwards very sick with
.'II I) daughter, Mrs Ethel M with her mother. Mrs. W. T Jack- You ftAVVOU 'y GREAT THIS COUNTRY \15 --
pluming more needs since the I| measles and we wish for her a
BOND EVERY WAYS TO PC TEAT ITS CNCKIIC good Monday speedy recovery
,i Highland TIME YOU 15 TO BUY DCFENte BONP5/ Allen Hall and Mrs. Florence I,
guest of ]Irs. W. S. Stroman Is in Jack- Mr. and Mra O. L. Beanley MAKE ALANDING Haltwanger of Jack.onville'ere Methodist Church
Peter. sonville visiting her spent t h e weekend '
tit, dr 1 -ln-Iaw in Tampa r visiting relatives here Sunday and
s *
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James with Mrs. Ueasley's parents Mr. JACK were accompanied home by Mrs. Services' ut the Church next

KJn' <:alf' i IS W Ash- Godbold. and Mrs. A C. Durden. Hall and children who have spent Sunday will b<* us follows:

vlsuIDg ".'lends and qr re several weeks here with Mr. and Church School 10 A M.

Brop interests L. O. Cowdrey, of the Starke Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son, MM. II M MrRae. 1II01'l11nlVI'lIhlp 11 o'clock, y

Sign Service, )left yesterday fora CUt, of Jacksonville spent Saturday -I Misses. Betty, Jitney and Helen Subject; "They Need Not Depart,
as To ode of Athens, two-weeks' vacation in New here with Mr and Mrs. T. J.I' Hodgson of Jacksonville spent Give Ye Them to Eat."

e eek-end here with Orleans La [Griffin and Mrs Carrie Rltcb. | t last week" with Miss Maxine Hall Youth Fellowship Meetings 7' i

Vre \V B Torode..Mr. Mr. and Jot n. J. K Hall. and P.M. .

Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold of Dr. S. Sternberg of Daytona I children attended the Gay family Evening Worship at 8 o'clock.
of Bench
C Wall spent Sunday here with his
H. reunion at Gainesville in
Jacksonville were here Monday Sunday Subject: "To Their Own Com
(e were guestSunday visiting Mrs. W. S. Stroman and parents Mr and Mrs. N. Sternberg. honor of MI-H. E. P. Gay. pany."

Ifrs, W L Mrs. S. S. Dowling. 1 J, W. Hall spent the weekendIn
Prayer Service at the Church P
Jacksonville with relatives.
Heautlful Mrs. E. R. Marsliourn, Mrs. Wed. at 8:00: P. M.
leanlnff., S.I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kali madea
,t StarkeBlanding Major and Mrs. T. T. Long and I P. Vandivlere and son, Stuart of i(< business! trip to Gainesville A cordial welcome to all ti ,

,site, park Theatre. son Tom left Saturday to returnto Tallahassee, spent Mothers' Pay' Monday G. C. Powell, ra tor,

Fort Banning Ga., after a here with Mrs d. W. Alderman I Mrs. Wesley McRae and -children -

e Newsom and son,' visit here with relatives. aye ,1 left Monday for a visit with Church of God

were v a I to r S to Mrs G, C. Powell and daughter. her pal'f'ntsII'! and :\tn. V. H.
Wednesday. :aIrs Alice Shepherd of Jack- Frances, spent several days this Wheeler at risguh, Ala. Revival, ,service are still con ,

sonville la the guest this week of week In Omega Ga., visiting Mrs. Jo ld. W. E Hall of Green Cove tinuing at the Church of God In
Ln Hutto is spendingIn her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Powell's mother, Mrs. D. L. Grif Springs and O, R. Alvarez of Starke. situ the pastor, the Rev. I

Mobile Ala., with and Mrs. C. A Knight. fin. Vanderbilt were dinner guest of R F. Kirkland, announces that .'

there. Mr and Mrs. H. M. McKae" Mon "we are expecting to have the
ho) is employed Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Halle. Mills J. L. (Sam) Anderson! who has New River News day. Lord's Supper and Foot Washing ,

Futch Mrs. H. L. Katherine Haile and Wiley Halle, been employed for the past several Remember Services nl Pine Saturday night May 16, at a,
t, months in the Panama Canal 1 8:30: o'clock, Everybody: in welcome t
daughter, Madge, all of St. Petersburg, were guests ; Level Church this week-end
-nd Zone, returned to his home here By Jrsnle Lee Llll:4'nbyClIl'ltnl : COKKHCTIO.V: ,"
of Mr.
Sunday for Washing- Sunday and Mrs. W. G. I t t.Mr.
where they are visit- Haile. Wiley Haile who Is in this week. SERVICES: SITNIIAV There was a typographical error GUM r.RANCHIt

and Mrs. M. C, Stith the U S. Navy was enroute to The Mothers' Day program Sun- In the news last week- concerning ) .Mrs. T. X. Norman and Mm. llallle Jones left !
Parris Island. Mr and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had day at the Long Bridge Christian the violin< given away by Sit tti I'IY' for South Florida, r

as guests on Mothers' Day :Mr. Church was impressive The the Genus Music School. The Lewis Gllynrd, Herbert Jones where they will spend a two I

and Mrs. :M.! C. Wells of Jacksonville Rev C C Butler very filled the pul- item should have read an follows: and 1 Aim.' 11. M. Ingiam of Jack weeks vacation with iclutivea ;
and Miss Carolyn Hutto of It I"I a custom with the Gamin sonville and MfR JV. Mathews \
pit and the crowd wan
|RANGE AND_ BONDS Columbia, S. C. A basket dinner was teachers to Insist upon a neat of Minefield. Va., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Phil Maguire of .
concise and exact notebook The Mr: and Mrs J. N. Norman Sunday
spread on the long r table under Washington, I>, C., arrived here
G. B. Stanley, route salesmanfor the oaks, and! Mrs. Butler favoredthe 'I one having the best WHS to win a Sunday morning to attend the
Robert Green's Dry Cleaning violin at the end 1 of the term, Mr and Mrs. Hurney Kdward: funeral of Mm. Magulrea' mother,
crowd with
a large
BOLD C. WALL AGENCY and Laundry has been In Tampafor turkey with delicious! -baked\ after all books were gruded and and children of (t'lewlnton who Mrs. A. :M.! Darby Mr. Miigulre f f

the past week visiting his The day was her husband's regrailcd Then, for the recital, hove been visiting relatives hero left Sunday night for Washington -

father, G. W Stanley birthday anniversary Mm Robert the one selling the mont tickets for some time, Aimed' home but Mrs. Maguire remained f,
was to win a violin also Klolse:
Tuesday) until Wednesday I'
I Ward also presented a large, I'I
onstant Service Over 50 Years E M. Campbell who, for the beautifully decorated cake with Johns qualified In both positionsand Llttlo Miss Shirley Shaw of the I

past several months, has been i "Dedicated to the Mothers of thlllCommunity" would have; won both violins. Stat Farm Is visiting her Uncle Miss Sam Barefoot. was toastmistress ;
bookkeeper for the Starke Coca but Mr. Genus decided that Eloise' RI.Iunt. Mr. and Mrs Felix I and "I"'clalue..t/ were -
Phone 146 Starke iced In pastel' shades.
Cola Company Is now employedin This feast carried out Long should net the violin for selling Sapp til In week !Mrs L. A. Canova, Mrs. L. G,

4 the Blanding Center office. Bridge's oM tradition"There! (the most tickets and that the second Mr. and Mrs J. C. Sapp of Powell Mrs A M. Darby, W. M. i

never been a dinner yet out ha"l violin should be presented to Sampson City were visiting relatives U. PreHldont.. I,,
W. S. Koch, son of Mr. and that the table was not covered the owner of the next best notebook In this section Sunday Twenty-four were present for f I f
Mrs Louis W. Koch: who Is In Mra. Reddish Andrews' A very much needed rain fell the occasion. l h
and plenty of food left. Long
CRETE the Air Corps at Carlstrom Field notebook wan next bent so she
Bridge has been noted! for, big I < r
awarded the second violin.
"soloed'1 I
Arcadia last Friday
SIDEWALKS, after only five hours In the air.I basket Uncle Dock dinners Crews evpr since caching"the old Mrs M W. Mann had a very If you would like a good wholesome meal I

I praiseworthy. notebook and gained
BLOCKS SAND GRAVEL days." in clean, quiet surroundings at pre-war' ,
I Mrs. George B. Flynn anddaughter I much recognition In her musical
Among the visitors at the '1\
returned achievement. prices-Then we invite to give us a 1 \
ALSO READY MIXED CON- Betty Ann. I I church Sunday were: Mr. and you

Sunday morning from Fort Ben- Mrs. Pierce Crews and trialSATISFACTION '
CRETE. non. Mr. and. Mrs." Ury Johns of i r{
Ga. where
ning, they were guestsof
Spencer of the State Farm Mr.
Lt. and Mra.. Richard C. Kldil. and Mrs. George Greek of Jack Tampa were paying "pop call.* : GUARANTEED I t
-- ---
to friends and relatives here lust
sonville and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse t
LET US GIVE YOU AN ESTIMATE ON Mrs. H. L.. Brownlee and daughter Thomas and of week. They both seemed to be :
family Carraway.
Madge, and Mrs. J.1o Futch Services will be held at the enjoying .splendid h e allh. Mr. K &[M CAFE ,
REPAIRS AND REMODELING are enjoying a visit with the Rev. Christian Church Johns is employed. In the transportation If
Long Bridge
and Mrs. M. C. Stith and family I each second and fourth department of the Corner of Call and Madison
eueo- --pep Sunday
1 Klectrlc: .
Tampa' Company.Mr.
In Washington, D. morning/ and evening. The Rev. I :t
I and Mis. T. H. Sheppard ,I I t tI'
A. A.General. AN'NIS C. C. Butler will fill the pulpit. I '
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop spent Services at the New River nap- enjoyed a very pleasant visit In I'( I;
ContractorNAT several days this week In Oxford Miami lust week-end with her son !' t I I
list Church will be held each first!'
Ga., 'where they visited their won, Sunday, in the- morning and after-.Land daughter-in-law Mr. ,nd Mrs. BLANDING: CENTER, INC. : I :
Harold Bishop, a student at Emory noon. A basket dinner will be Mike Sheppanl. 'Mike, a radio I I

at Oxford. served on this clay and the Rev. man at the Naval Air Station '
SE2 : H M. Tilman! will preach there, stated that he might be
Guy McKinney who has been railed away to duty any time ,
a Well, I've had all kinds of John for the past several months clerkIn BITSS' RKF.S now. Dancing and Entertainment f

in my life but the one I had yesterday tbe Camp Blanding postoffice, The farmers in our section are Mr. and Mis. Jim Adklna and
Until One
cake. I a Nightly :
takes the wax
been transferred to the bees -
has busy as gathering vegetables Mr und Mrs. Gerald Adkins and

KM rat loner. I Starke office.Beautiful --string beans and rich po- family enjoyed a day's fishing In Recreation Amusement Fun .fl'' (
+' In my dream. last night kept tatoes, mostly. Thus far the the river one day lunt week. fr

your asking car people for? "What and the do answer you use Invariably Tailoring a t Cleaning Blandlng Beautiful prices digging have Irish been potatoes fall''. E.this A week SappIs Field Pvt., Chester Tampa Moody left recently of Mac Dill for JEROME C. HUGHES, OperatorWOOLENS .=1! j ,1 r

was "I use It to go to Tailor. Opposite Park Theatre.C. and the yield is unusually good, Chicago to attend a radio school r 1
work In." I discovered one thing considering tbe extreme weather .4\ i''
of higher I learning for three
that I never knew before. Some W Savage, who volunteeredfor conditions. They were planted in months. Chester was chosen

people must use their cars going service In the U. S, Navy, Is January and cold weather was along with nix other outstanding

from the kitchen to the dining: now stationed at Parris Island, S. present until the, "floods" started. soldiers out of 117 to take this I

room cause that's the only work C Mra. Savage has returned here Part of the time these potatoes training. Mrs. Moody may goo -

I've ever heard of them doing. and Is now making her home with stood under water. Then came ; Chicago later.

her parents.'Mr. and Mrs. O. W the present drought. The Sapps i r
Mrs. Melton Kerce ana ,
White. 'are pleasantly surprised at their I i
Rubin and Curtis, have been very Are Getting: Rarer Than i
yield. i
111 with measles. The childrenare
c Mrs. Robert B. Wear will leave
Minnie Gibson and children but suffering with colds
Mrs. up
Tuesday for Fort Bennlng, Ga., visited relatives in Raiford Sun-, while. Mrs. Kerce Is still very Ill Diamonds These Days !I'L
where she will visit her son who i
Mm. Lacy Johns Is Improving I
Is in camp there. Later she will day.Mrs.. Eustace Kelly has received from her Illness. We are all gladto f
Ohio to attend the !
go another letter from her sister, hear of this. No wonder! Anyone t
graduation of her daughter Miss such ill- LET US HELP YOU TO I'KE-
ekn: :Jaw" ar Catherine Wear. Mrs. Gus Llstander of Pensacola might Improve from I
stating that Mr. Llstander. who news with the thoughts of a big

had Moth.era' recently suffered a stroke. Is now brand new electric Ice box waiting SERVE YOUR WOOLEN GARMENTSBY [
:Mrs.! F. H. Long: as the kitchen.
improving In a government hos- her return to
and Mrs B.
S. Carroll Day guests and children, and Mrs. pital at Biloxi, Miss He now has Mr and Mrs. Meadows Anderson TIMELY MENDING AND REFITTING r
some use of his limbs, but is unable and baby enjoyed the week.
Richard R. Thede, all of Jacksonville -
to walk. His mind Is greatly end with Mr. Anderson's motherin
Bill Long of the Universityof !
Gainesville, and Improved and he Is anxious to return DeLand. WE SPECIALIZE. IN DRY
Florida at
Comer Long of New Port Rlchey. to his home in Pensacola. Colonel Johns Is on the slowly CLEANING; FOR CIVILIANS i

:Mrs.! Rhoda Dowllng receiveda Improving list Ills mump were BEAUTIFUL WORK AT PRE-WAit PRICES :
letter from her daughter-in-law, severe and seemed to stay with

Capt. and Mrs. Eugene Smyth Mrs. Fonnle Crews of Live Oak, him a good while.
of Columbia, S. C., spent the informing her of her son's Illness.' Mrs. O. E. Crosby and daughter ED PRINCE

week-end here with Mrs. Smythemother She stated that Fonnle's tonsils Doris, have accepted positions In

Mrs. Bertha Pearce. They were in such bad condition that the New Method Cleaners at STARKE BLANDING TAILORS

your feet go "air-minded. 1 were accompanied home by Miss I they had affected his heart and Starke. Now mother father and Opposite Park Theatre Starke. Fla

..in airy.light DUNDEER' Wanda Pearce, who will enjoya ,kidneys. He will have them removed daughter all work together for
visit with them. .
few weeks' the first time.
rt Shoesl! So easy-going soon. m
; -
| feel free as the breezeyet Mrs. E. K. Perryman has returned -

sturdy enough for the Emmett home Perryman after visiting, who Is hereon at BE MISLED y

most active sports. r the Annapolis Naval Academy. DON'T

Mrs. Perryman made the trip so
r., McKcnif,
public FIcfvrvi g as to be with her son on Mothers'Day. You the people of the 2nd CongreMttottal; ix.trlrl have !before you two

-:, $f., applicants to be your rrpre ,enUul\e. There men come to you with rntornrtwnt '

and Miss .* from the people of heir home (!kmnty, from people wh. hate
W. H .Struts
known them BM citizens and public official.. Please study hewn r'r.-om-
their Mothers'Day
Kate Struth had 83 Mrs. W. L. mnd..tlon" 1M shown by the folloulng_ number of vutn vast In thf First If,
Mr. and "
guests! ..tff
1;Jl' 'j :,: t
,,, Primary
Edwards and daughter, ; f '
at. ;
Duval County where both reside! ,
and daughter
LACED ti Mrs F. G. Bauknight \I ,
had to sot., by u Jane Merrell of Jacksonville :rP PRICE 12,616 Votes CARY 4, 764 Votes

proc.n ; Mrs. L. M. De Sha and 14th Ward where Price resided for over twenty yean ,

daughter of Wlldwood; and Mr.and PRICE 633 Votes CARY 181 Voles
Mrs. Merrill Struth. of De-

Land. 6th Ward where Cary resided for about twenty years

Price 510 Votes CARY -- 233: : Votes i I

Miss Sara Reed assistant director / If you were going t" hire a man Jon would Inquire of Show who know
USD) has
YWCA ( .
of the him brMt. You would oak those who had dealt personally with him t
vacation at
been enjoying a 10-day The people of the 2nd plMrirt. are railed on now to choose the man brut "
her home in Laurel Miss.J fitted the man moat dependable for thin very Important office. You ant

B. Rowe had a* his guests to be the judge. I am glud to Irate my cane In your hi ml'.

$3.60 Sunday afternoon his brother J. I Will represent the
R. Rowe and his wife and I,tertnIaw. t wa born I In Putnam County and married a Bradford County Itlrl. ,

from Macclenny; and over i

the week-end his son-in-law and EMORY H. PRICE i

' daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leslie

ternbergs Biggs and baby of Brunswick (Pol. Adv. Paid For by Friend. ) Candidate For Congress-2nd DistrictBR.DFORD
L. Rowe
Ga., and his. son Vernon
and family of Jacksonville.

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I Arrive 'Diplomat Swap' Steamer 1 rBOA DRAIN eleitlnn such School be held Dlctrtj-t,In .. I I- --'

i: rg J FARMERS'! SECTION: : By Mrs. Z. Z. Griff Is the the State Constitution. of Florida and r ),
) I
r tlon of the Iwtumnce of :; /
Tom Cooper who is In service Itnd ,
Okla.. is visiting: his WIIFJRI"1A, It l Is. the p I
; I at Fort! Sill I
w' 4nt; HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL The Board of Public I I ,
grandfather P. B Pievatt, who Is ( ',
H % of Ilradford County 'I ...
COMMON SENSE very 111Miss I It IM to the lipKt I; '
Wm' "$' 1".1111 Tax h(hool ) 1 ; I
r i'L Margaret Griffin of Jacksonville of Ilradford County, .' f I ,
was visiting parents I "
"u..d and Hold for u
y VeKeiiiblcs art affected in food Rationing of many products and 1>Jr. and Mrs. S. F. GrlffK over Htutpi) In I the mild 1 ... I t
value. flavor appcaiunce texture complete stoppage In the manufacture ___ the week-end. The TllimiCKOlU Hoard of Public:. H. It ln ,:,,:, i 1 "

and dlgeRtlblllty by the way they of many more Is bi'Ing- pp;s J W. Sasser Is spending this Bradford County, ',; .1 ;

I are cooked. So t/iday, we offer Ing nelf-denliil to most of the civilian week at Heilbronn with relatives. l IOWB: t .<

Home sUKgeHtlons on this Important population For most of us/ ___ Carswell Hariell left Wednes- and Section the name I. IB That hereby an I 1,I: I

matter this self-denial we impose on ourselves I day for Lake City where he will 01'der..d to be held ut I Iwhere .. .
; Cook vegetables only until tender In compliance with I the spend a while with his sister I held throughout the" last general Special p I !!, ;, "

i Most vegetableH will bo lender President's program for holding IMxtrlct: !>><>. S of
Mr. and Mis. William Moore of : r"t : |, I
20 minutes. the cost and reducing the L __ Florida namely, ,
p In :5 to down ___ Oveldo were called to the bedside County Co u r t h ou..e.. f t "
Serve all the pot liquor from standard of civilian living will be Itradftird County ,, i b
of Mrs Moore's father J. B Pre- J
IHth day of June A. 1 7 ,
cooked vegetables and all liquid our most Intimate contact with j '.
1 the of
purpose : I
from canned vegetables.Do the war. vatt.Mrs. of the freeholder who || ,/ ,;

not use no
vegetables as It destroys part of will see bomb drop or hear the ford County Florida, to
2 .#.iii the food value. Cook vegetables -"IV machine run fire in bat- Mrs. John Prevatt, over the week- lion of whether or not I 1, ;;
be issued Mehool > "
_ w In skins when pOl
are peeled be mire to peel r------n---------- peoples of L 9IJ Mr and Mis. Perk Prevatt of amount, of Thirty-five : I, ,1, '
ti ollarH
l (135.000). the '
I : thin as much food value Is found throughout Jacksonville were'Visiting friends lived from the Kale of I
In or near the skin. When boil the world. and relatives in this section Sun- together with I fund to :i I '
The Swedish liner Drottnlogholm, which has been chartered by he by the United StateH l
4 ing vegetables, start in boiling But all of us, dally will play United States for use In exchange of American and Axis diplomat, lias day.Melvin to bu used exclusively :; ,

water, using little (about an Inch our part In the war by holding arrived .. Jersey. City from Goleborg. Sweden. Tbe vessel will take Pievatt of Jacksonville I I.lic e Hchoola., for the of such .. .", ',

iJiP deep in vessel!). Tender leafy down our consumption of scarce aboard German and Italian diplomats to Lisbon for swap for American spent last week with his uncle 'Htructlon of a new "..

_ vegetables will require less water materials that are needed by our diplomats. A group of children who made the voyage from Sweden are and aunt Mr. and Mis. C. A. I'und of annexes or ;

: or none, an enough usually clings own armed forces and those of pictured aboard the vessel. Grlffls.- fating neueMMarv nchool<*fiuiom I bulldlngM.nf ;: ;!:: !f ;; r
I to the leaves when they are washed. allies. AH of us want to Mr. and Mra. Arch Pievatt of 1ITIProv"lentW; ; -of ; ; '
our .
Beans potatoes and other : Jacksonville spent last week in I Ifacllltlos and I ,
; make that our fighting I
sure WITH-OUR FARMERSPitt I located a t Starke In
root vegetables will take more forces and our allies are supplied r this section looking after business County, Florida.
water. interests.Mr. SKCTION! 2. That the I ( '
I with what they must have. of Public Instruction ,
and Mrs. W. E. Green have ,
Ilaklng termlnen (a) that the -
__ Civilian contributions to the NewRome and his father lion 261 '
of to
,,, a wider highway- bonds. .
moved Into their new home which required to be .
: Vegetables with a akin like the I war effort come by paying heavy Perry Newsome, raised three : potato tomato and onion, can be and abiding by was recently completed. I tin, referred to In the S .
taxes, accepting acres strawberries this ,
baked In the oven. Practically all1r11 year on "I can tell you who planted all Mr.\ and Mrs. Henry Hinson of this IteHol uti I 0 n I I" ;I
price controls wage stabilization their 187 1-2 acre farm north ot Thousand UolluiH
those oak trees around here bow i I '
the food value la saved by thisI stabilization fore- Hampton were visiting Mrs. Hln- that the rate of Interest detarmin'I' ,: ,
and farm Hellbronn
price Springs. "If I had set
method of cooking. long they have been! here, and son's mother, Mrs. Myrtle Priest, bonds shall bear If .." (
linking in Casserole going purchase on installment or my berries out earlier and had a where the oldest trees in town are Sunday.We percent (3%) per I "
other credit. and putting excess more favorable I would Heml-annuully on the
season located he said. "I came to are glad to have Mr. April and ; ,
; : Vegetables that cannot be baked of very October In ,' '
into the war (
funds purchase have done bettor, he said Saturday
Florida In 1831 and it about comment.ing October I. I >
In the skin are for was and Mis. P. B. Prevatt of Hampton ; ,
I prepared alf
bonds and paying debts. Along "I am still hauling berries, (c) that said bondu "' ,
boiling in two years after that when old move Into our section. Mr. and Hhall 1 be '
placed baking dish. payable, If
the mobilization of manpower and : ,
with have :
not stopped to flguiejust man Ely Gllsxon hauled them AjrIi let In each of I the 3 ,
seasoned small amount of liquid Prevatt Is very 111 at. this wilting I ; .
and the mobilization of resources what I have done. I just got In the limountM a..* : ,
', added, tightly covered, and baked here from Water Oak section with and his friends wish for a speedy 1944 to lllttS both
I this Is an indispensablepart back from ; ,
Palatka where I tooka
a little hitched I
plded ox to
In a moderate The a recovery. --- --- -- ------- $ : I ..
oven. cover of the war effort. load. I lltufl ......... __
be removed toward I always keep at It as horse cart. Mr Gllsson himself ,_, :. "._.-_ I
I may end of JM.I'IIO.'N. ;1. That C II. ,
baking to brown The war Iffort Is hamperingfarm | long as I have a berry or a bean," pet them out. He would get one %O'I'U'': OP ROM! fr'I.KCTlOV: AD Sentient of Public | < i ''
L1i period the vege In he nald "The berries .4 ".:"'01.1'10'11 C t L 1.I'IIn A'EI.I'f''IOv Ilradford ,,
small County
Lr tables. Mont of the food value is production many areas were load and go back and get another loll TIIK 1'( HPONK of flc lo $!retary, of The : j'';: -, '
saved by thin method. also, through depletion of labor due to the bad season, but I gota load and plant them. People OK n"'I'II''I'I'\IU,, : 'I'UKVIII... OP''lItF2 Public Instruction of I .. J:
upplles Members of farm famIlies fair price for what I sold" would give him dollar 'u..aUU.n"lCN.: WHO AHK County .Florida be and ,
apiece '
Panning a to (n IFIKIt KI.KC: :I'OIII llr:"'llIXJ >. In ,
Vegetables are cut Into email will have to work harder, "I'm betting more on the other I set them out in front of their lI'KCI.*!. T .' \ MC-"OH. for authorized use InOld to election have I I I,, '.
I and make more efficient use of the crops this year, however than I homes. I can. remember It IIKTIIKT' '0. :t OK Kit %KOIII I> and furnished to the .
pieces cooked In a flat, as ( OIM'HI.OHII) \. ON TIIK
machines they have, and possibly am on berries" he wild, "whenit if IIIKNTIOV OF 'I' 'UK IS"' the. election which I .
1a, tightly covered pan on top of the plain as it were yesterday. r\>( ''' OK shall be substantially:
devise means of reducing total comes to making money. They MfHOOI. HOMJ4 OK ,Xtllt S'IIOOl. lowing form* ,
I stove. A little fat should be Mr. Halslop came here 60 years IHMI'HICT. IX TIIK I
added to prevent sticking Most labor required with certain farm look fine. I have 3 acres of ago, and he Raid: "The four or *|>'P TO ":];('':'':U TlllltrV-KIVK tMOINT OK /lP.CI'I."OKFirHI TAX M<',HOOI H\.. .
beans round and flat 3 1-2 'I'IIOU;, no 1.1.\Its (*.II:,)""". ; "
of the food value Is saved products. ; acres six oldest oaks In Staike are FOR \O. 3 OK HH'I>FOIIU ::
TillH4II: '
Next week more suggestions on Sacrifices and self-denials may ut sweet corn; :2 1-2 acres of Zilch those In front of the J, G. Alvarez PI III.U' ;!IIOOI.H IVK OK INK
cooking vegetables. bring Inconveniences, may even potatoes; 3 1-2 acres of squash; place on Madison street, and those I'U' ('HOOI Till, ItlMTHHIl' UJ.'I'II'II'. .- June III, 11MJ: \ ,, .
.4 1101'1'
be onerous, but we will bear them 1 1-2 acres of okra; 2 acres*l of at Dr. W. E. Mlddleton'm place, 1(1 IHKIt IO HI') IHHI. Kl) Foil 'UK sued"Khali there be l
and Bold
__ school
.L cucumbers,. 1-2 nrr. r\f tnnntnae. .HfOSKS. + I '
cneenujiy Decaune we realize -- --- ---- -- ------ known as the George' W. Bal den I Spec'lal Tax School "
that our 'sacrifices are Insignificant i- and 12 acres of corn and peanuts.: place In the west of In PI:KNI'11 1'1'1'11 OK KI.K'IOH: MR'I of llrudford (County "") I
part town ] 'IHT NKH HI)\.><4
%" OF INCOME I I drive all over North Florida UK ISSIHI>. 1HK 144'J'H .princIpal amount of !I !, :
In comparison with those "Old OF !> I Thoiinand I Hollar ($ !
Colonel ,
(lawyer) | FnK*>T '10 I1K pun> I
made by our fighting forces.GRAHAM Tallahassee Jacksonville, St. Augustine Smith AVI 'I' II K THFIIFOX.'j proceeds of "u'h bonds ,
was .about to have Will 1'1"": WHKtill-]with fund .

ur; ; r10'OUR QUOTA down to, Tampa Palatka,sellingstuff.and also away." Wall. Bert Wall and myself jailed xl 1'1".1'\1.t'M IIO\I AM: !III>(%\TKHKHT 1.1. UK ( l> V OK K lrnlted used exclusively States to of be for .t I I :. '

The Newsomes for cutting on one of his oaks. AMI % IIKN. PIHKl AM: ) KOH' nchuolH of Much $hool I:i
also have .
a good KI.ATKI> PIIIPO"EMO"ltiW'1Ai1 I;
fly Mm.. L. C. Smith It's all right for the town" Mr. 0., for the acquisitIon
WAR deal of live stock-19 head of cattle on flay of ,
BONDS Ntructlon of
I. a new
; haeplr ; |
Hal. .
lop said "If .
to w
they want cut n to and of .
: Mrs. Roy Reynolds of Reddick Is 20 hogs with a large increase down these beautiful The Board of Public" Instruction of (sting school annexes or '
trees it
expected soon, a horse and a mule MrHilford County, Florida, an <-c- n
visiting at the bedside of her c !HHary equipment
ruined the l Ion Petition, Ell !
and street didn't it? It dated a.n at the Improvement ;
about 100 all of
i1? II Eac... Acid mother Mrs. Eva Strickland. in chickens. takes a long time to day of > dh'I 1U4J, regular In all facllltlex and ," ; :
e.ua. grow a tree, ; !
| Referring again to the farm respects by inure than :
St. Vincent's Jacksonville located nt
Hospital, Slarke I
:'FREE| I youpafnsof Stomach situation Mr. Newsome elated but it can be ruined In a hurry. twntyflve perc-ent (25ri; ,) of the County Florida n I *
I duly qualified elvrtorH rcclrllnK I In (instructions .
Uc.r.| Indigestion that it was a good thing for the Special Tax School I)l..trlc t So. 3 an "X" before to .

ki Bloat ing,CM,Heart bum.Belching. L.Bob C. Teeling Smith and of Camp Misses Blanding Margie, American farmer to forget the J. S (Buddy) Norman who of Inning Bradford saId Board County,to Florida Issue, bonds peti. your I l

t Nausea,get a lw.. MunpU of UDGA Reddish and Alta Smith whistle and long hours and get I l lives on a 125-acre farm four of Maid Hchool lntrlut In the principal : ; FOIl BONDS I [ '

_ !: and a trtt Intervittng booklet at spent down to the business of helping ]miles west of Lawtey, raised four T amount of not to exceed :!
Sunday at Daytona Beach. lrty-flve Thousand Dollars (|:15- : 1
_ i CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE win tile war. "For without food," ]acres of strawberries. He raised 000), the proceedH derIved from the II : AGAINST I '

Mr. and Mrs. J E. Call of he said "the allies! .. cann"l___ wIn" -ft fnlrlv, trnnrt ...rnn. _...w I .l.._. __(.. sale of ouch bonds together with BONDS I
? ---
un n on. j avvv vf .lb b* 1? V1'*'" fund to be granted !
1? Gainesville have recently movedto ; by the United SKCTION: 4. That Don ; ,,
Referring to the difficulty of securing I was pretty( good, he said until the Btaten of America to be used ex- Titus Olson and R. F. I r
our community.Mr. farm labor, he said "We last couple of weeks before the .flunlvely for the public school of r each of whom are hereby .I ;

and Mrs. Olin Graves and find I that like other things-It la 'close of the season. "I am trying

SHOEREPAIRING daughter Shirley o t Daytona not what we want but what we to raise stuff for the market," he 1iib

Beach were visiting friends and can get. I have switched to using said last Saturday, "but It has : :

relatives here Sunday. colored women on the farm." Last been mighty dry." Here's FRIEND

Mr. and Mrs. George Conway I year, he stated he never took his Referring to last week's primary Irt : a

and daughter, Millie Anna of shoes off from. Monday morning election In which he was a ,.., t* ttE&s ?

Palatka were week-end guests of till Friday night because he candidate to succeed himself as Bonds!" You Ought I to Know I

Mrs. C. Fagg. couldn't get any help on the farm School Board member from District Buy Defense

Mr. and Mrs.. Harvey Starlingand and had to stay with it constantly No. 1 (Lawtey and North Andrew, 1047DorcVictur

children were visiting Mrs. himself. Now, since he has turned Starke). he said: "The election .;. Ten dollar (oct to Mr. Hiyne*, Fl* for the

Starling's mother Mrs. Elizabeth to using colored women on the got right Interesting the last few a Strut, JacktonvuU week ending M y i.e

5 yden.. In Starke Sunday. farm things have changed for days of the campaign. I think -, c winning ilog n(or the ConUtt Judg** 5_

9 1 __ Mrs. Hattle Preacott of Long- the better. the men who 'were elected were 1 Malt Your Slogan Jacksonville to Florid* ,- .

|wood spent the week-end with her good) men. Everybody might not *% u Bon 177?,

WHILE YOU sister Mrs. R.' M. Johnson. "What made you let the people be satisfied but they are the ---
ruin the town by cutting down choice of the 'I
11' Mrs. Selma people and this Is -
WAIT Railey of
_ Shelby those )
oak -
Ohio pretty trees? asked' W. a democratic country." -- -:- -- ,
was visiting her inter, Mrs. R. Halslop "old-timer"

i 4 AU Work Guaranteed. L. C. Smith, last week. on an 80-acie farm eight who miles lives own Speaking of the results of his ., -;. smcf r4'i : -,

Only The Highest Quality We are sorry to report the illness west of Starke, last Saturday. He candidacy, he said, "We'regoing .I
have to
do this >
of Mrs. E. Strickland was thing -
who referring of
Is ;
Leather Used now in St. Vincent's Hospital.Rev. block from course to the over again May 26." Lorenzo ':, ... Your Air Raid

r -" .. and Mrs. Joseph Wilson street on East Cheny Call to where Church Green got a total vote of 414, J. ',." ;" 1y, t' Warden has spent / /
the H. Moore 350' while ; -t,f: r / 4t
and Rev. and Mrs. Riley PrIdgeon State Road Department has Mr. Norman ( month studying /"'
recently received "
1 BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE of Shamrock, cloned 452: and will have to run ;; ,
a series of cut down nine large oaks It off with Mr. Green In '_ t..< -" training planning '// 1
meetings here to make the second *
Sunday night room for the ,
REPAIR construeHAMPTON primary. 1 for your a\e. He hat been ((4

4 1 AcrOltIi From ..*..>flee STENOGRAPHERS NOTE selected for his work because he _

PADS- 15o earn BRADFORD is capable
SUNNY BROOK FARM .4 courageous. When
COUNTY TELKOBAPII. Mr M. "'. Morrow -' V he asks cooperation
By Miss Arsula Crosby your give it to him gladly.

l1ii t_ __ __fLvjf[ juc""" T/TfJTCTf C Mrs. O. D. Cay spent Thursday He knows what is best for you your children

Ut.ri FUNERAL DIRECTOR of last week In Gainesville as the Mrs. Aile Brown spent the \ and your neighbors. II

My Many Ywm Experience Slakes It guest of Mrs. T. F. Thompson week-end with her slater Mrs. II
PonMlble for Me
to Render' Misses Barbara and Fronle Johns, in Auburndale.
PROMIT and COUKTKOL'S: SEltt!: ICE Home left Sunday for Reevesvllle Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of

MODERATK PRICES St. George and Charleston, S, C., Rising and Mr. and Mrs. Frank '''Cjjjjp .And here's another friend you ought RflOW

DeWITT C. JONES where they will spend a month Norman of Water Oak were dinner -

Starkp, Florida with their grandparents. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Give everything you've got ,. i in energy, J" time''it

4 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams and C. Crosby Sunday. .- sheer dollars and cents to win this war. For win

'tf4 A Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Bishop of Eugene Alvarez was visiting his we; must and will!

Jacksonville visited friends in parents Mr. and Mrs. Britt Alvarez -'. But take time out for friendly relaxation, too. Boo;1
UICK SERVICE Hampton Sunday. of Pine Level, Sunday aft. companion for fellowship smooth, mellow JAX Bc er w
AND ernoon.
SATISFACTIONIS Mitts Betty Lynn Is spending ; help keep your energy up. Good pure wholesome.1"I

some time I n Donaldson Ga., Mr. and Mrs. 0 E. Croeby of I famous Drink of Friendship refreshes your nerve n"?"

OUR MOTTO c where she la visiting relatives New River were guests of Mr. \ rebuild your body.

Mr. and Mrs. David and Mrs. W. T. Crosby Sunday. -i;; JAX taty1feBEER r
c Knight of Why not bottle refreshing
Short Dunnellon, en route to Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of at;;rt try a cooling,
Sandwiches, Cold Drinks D S. C., spent Sunday with Mr. and the State Farm were supper S ; i4'c1,1re'

And Delicious Home Made Mrs. J. W. Home. guests of Mrs. Inez Kelly and *

Pies I Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Thurs "VICTORY FREE! $10 1 EVERY !U
f Nlram
L Sgt. "Buddy" Wynn of day nle-ht. nt IA.I. ....,...i.. -
-- -- --
c Jacksonville visited with ?Mr. '

A 8 A Luncheonette f Mrs.Mm C. C. Wynn the past week.and at Henry the Veterans'Harris, who Hospital Is a In patient Lake Jt ll BUY ImiTCD for original one victory In this 11OeCS JRULES _

I Norma Sweeney and children City spent. part. of last week with : STATSI ..... i
Joan v\ ""
and DiriNSC "
; Connie his brother-in-law and sister Mr. &: i 1 You may KnJ In al many
; ; 4, I ...... .... were guests last week of Mr. and and :Mrs. J. N. Kelly. ". BONDS .week. a* you want ol"! 11I"
t .. -.., -_- -_ Mrs. James Gnann In Jacksonville. I Miss T.J t4l W '" AND 2 Each entry. must b* .ceomF:,,,,,,,fill
; - -oOo Florle Gnann returned Doris Crosby of New V STAMPS label or r.alOnhle ;; 51....

c S& for a visit. with them River spent Sunday with her size bottle of JAX Be... I or,.thr

: Prompt Service Careful Drivers Elmer grandmother, Mrs. Evelyn Crosby S The slogan must in N UIC orll""I II be rrJii
Gay son of Mr M. Any slogans now "h" i- I
and Mrs. G. Bennett .
lo. Is spending some originality UI"trt,*
I). Gay IB' .1 Neatness and |
visiting '
relatives in time with his son-in-law and special credit .will be ".n
Savannah. Ga. daughter, Mr. and .labor*t.'d7 playt.
Mr. t.epootuir'
Starke Taxi Pvt. and Floyd 5 Emrieforthi ... "
Service Mrs. Truman Crosby. ; .ook
Cramer '
IKNISr no later than I]: miJnijhi JJ .rf&
pent Saturday In St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and | All alogan become the Prof'Jt. ,tW''
: and Jacksonville Mrs. Laura Mosley were visiting c J.x. Brewing Company
; I win or not. .
Phone 150 Mr. and Mra. Will McEver of friends and relatives at the State .. J In caw of tU. duplicaw pnlti

Graham were guest. Sunday of Farm Sunday afternoon. a..rded.. I.Ao'".
Mr. and Mrs. Fred / The decision 01 the JuJt" 11
M. L. Watterion. Halalop carried a truck t1i7OI''57j
Day Mr. load of Irish potatoes to BEER The conteit I. open to, 01 J;.,
Night and Mrs. Lacy Wynn had vine )'esn 01 all e..c.pt. .,0ioyers..""' .
is their guests Sunday Mr. and Saturday for Rodman Reddish brewing. Co.. it,.dvertiilfll

.,-. Mrs. T. E. Duncan Mr, Reddish has made a : \ member of their famt'
J'_ and children large I- ; ... BREWING CO
100 )t Gainesville. crop and received a fair JAX ;DA
price for them.' > jAcicsoNVlL' _."

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i war Wo.:.hlngton. U C (NWNSTherew I Good-By DefenseThe i

There must be some close connection Koogevcltian economic policy, word "defense" Is slowly givIng it was surrounded. Soon rose the ;
. :s outlined in the
.5'SW' between this World war and President'speeches way to other words far more cry for more guns more tanks,
the religion by which most of us people: last to congress and to the pleasant to American ears. Defense more ships, more planes. The draft

profess to live. month is meeting bonds are now WAR bonds; law was passed and America beganto

There are undoubtedly many people strong In opposition from certain defense stamps are war stamps. prepare in earnest for what I
who consider the war as a groups congress. As the PresU Today one hears more of victory ever might occur.

meant of punishing the people of dent seven-point said, only two parts of his war offense and less of defense But now the old word Is losing Its I

the earth for their sins. Others see latlon. but all program require legis. And :yet there was point to the old value to us and is becoming"dated."

IIa It as a means of cleansing the human closely related seven that ineffective points are so slogan: because there was a time- We have some guns now and planes :
race-of making us tighten up those action not long since gone by-when we and tanks; and each day' they are
on two
a on our morals and live more according ,' Ph.s.. C.s.rt.si4 S.b.g ?.a ,. th> whole plan. would endanger were desperately short of the mere coming out of the factories In ever s. I,
to the of with which to protect
precepts our re weapons ourselves increasing numbers.
ILL ligion.It fTlHE scarcity of sugar needn't The two points which are caus. -much less weapons with !

is our natural inclination to JL mean a ban on baking. Here ing such wide-spread debate are the which to attack an enemy; when Yesterday: the Invasion of Amer. \

" call in a doctor only when we are are two brand new recipes that President's demand for preventing people were complaining with lea was a possibility; today It could '

'S sick and it often takes sickness of don't use a single spoonful and farm prices from going higher than cause-that we had an Isolated antiaircraft not be accomplished successfully;

" S spirit to make us turn to religion since Rumford Is an phosphate the parity figure and his request for I gun or two. a few hundred tomorrow it would be laughableeven '

I .. in a stronger than a Sunday-go-to- baking powder there Is no after taxes war-Inflated heavy enough to drain oft semi-modern airplanes, no rifles to to contemplate It-at least until \
. meeting way. taste when used In sugar'lees Incomes. speak of few soldiers\ and practically the huge airplanes of the future i'

11, None of us knows Just what spirItual recipes: which The strong succeeded farm last bloc In congress, I : no ammunition or mobile get Into circulation.

purpose may be served by the Sugarless Muffinsi venting year In pre. equipmentIt Today, new words are coming
j, killing of millions of fine young men ceilings on farm prices be. was during those days that the into fashion "offensive," "at
.. and the destruction of cities and *i lour) sifted tt teaSpoon unit low 110 per cent of parity (a price word, "defense" became the vogue tack," "victory." These words have

3'' homes in all portions of the world H cup cornmeM U cup apple urfpartd which would give the farmer. 1 In and it was a well-chosen word, because drifted in on the tide of accomplishment :

!" I I Lamb Chops Keep Your Kitchen Comfortably Cool but if there is a spiritual explanation a teitxpoorm 1 *mr. wi ll) beaten I terms of purchasing power of non. we were sitting on a volcano In our national prepara.

(See Recipes Below) behind it all, the solution to ,Rumford flakcup milk farm commodities, an income of 10 without even a pair of asbestos tion. They are returning to the lips
Ins Powder t, cent above the
34 I cup honey per average for the
the world's problems undoubtedly- > tablespoon' melted shortening I I I base period of 1000-1914) breeches on. Fortunately neither of Americans who had to b. reminded -
Comfort hinges on revelation. Sift no Bolivia nor Uruguay was entertaining by MacArthur! and his men
Jtclien together flour
cornmeal tcntiun of
This Week's the
Menu approving ceil
As the toll parity of and Germany that their
mounts and the destruction Rumford thoughts empire countryman bad always
Baking Powder and
salt. ing and the farm
now. bloc
: lazyng spreads, we will naturally Wash has and Japan had a bit of knit. been the best fighters In history.
the warm pare and cut apple into enough Influence in
ever Are Broiled Shoulder Lamb turn congress to con. to attend to the other side They are of
Chops more and more to religionfor ting on : taking the place our old
de- Remove
eighths. and cut trol the situation.
havoc with your Lima Beans In Tomatoes comfort and the spiritual core crosswise of the globe. But most people real. friend "defense" because they have
sire to cook. to Hashed Brown Potatoes strength to carry on. We may then In very thin slices. Combine Senators and congressmen from ized that we should buy a few new 1 now earned their right to recogni

/ work in the kitchen Bran Sour Cream Muffins discover at least within ourselves. egg. milk and honey. Add to dry the farm areas argue that the farmer revolvers if we didn't want to be tion. Their return Is just a natural

: en? Then dispel some explanation for the fact that Ingredients stirring only enough to would be doing more than his "divided up" at the end of the wars 1 sequence of events: and though the '
Butter dampen well. Stir In melted slmre of the sacrificing If this
these lagging feelings war has stalked the earth through .shorten move abroad, so they dug up the word I news abroad Is still pretty dismal
Wilted Lettuce Salad ing. Fold In Fill well went through, particularly when no
with quickly out the whole history of civilization. apple. greased defense." we all know that our country Is
. 'Frozen Prune Whip muffin tins H full and bake in a definite action to freeze wages of Well that word worked wonders.It I growing stronger by leaps and

put together Coffee Tea Milk FAITH moraleThe moderately hot oven (400F.) for labor has been taken. The farmers did a bit 'Job and It doesn't deserve I bounds while the enemy we believe
meals that cut 20 minutes. Yield: 12 muffins. arc very conscious of the high wages It is I Is
Recipe Given. "too little and too late" the abuse now getting. growing weaker. So the new
; down your workto reason Quick Loaf Bread being paid to labor and their representatives ,
we use to account for the loss do not intend to let It made all Americans consciousof words Just pop out naturally, and
a minimum of countries and of major battlesa % cup lifted *i tuinpoon unit the the fact that we must prepare to .our old pal, "defense" is doubtless
fee of your oven to practl- summer If the weather is humid phrase which we apply primarilyto IM flour 114 CUPH. whole burden.If farmers. take the brunt of the war protect ourselves against prowling I happy to retire on his laurels L,
teaspoons wheat flour
defrost the refrigerator. This will wolves. It changed the psychology I not unhonored nor unsung. Let us
ng. the lack of materials of war- Rumford BAk- I cup corn >>rup the President had made definite
Ithe season to make the help it keep the proper tempera- might apply with even greater significance Ins Powder % cup milk to freeze of a complacent nation and brought I see to it that the new words are as .

proposal labor's
lur broiler and meats thatr ture. When you defrost wash the to the lack spiritual % cup chopped nut meat (optional) wages the farm group would be home to it the dangers with which I stimulating a* the old one was. :'
Sift together flour. Rumford -- --------- ----------
inside of the box. the trays etc.. armament with which men -
broiled. Broil- more amenable, but. believing that .
best when Baking Powder and salt. Mix I ..
with t'lItI' ic .II.r. nil t ise'ouu5'iSI i
with solution of 3 of go off to war. the President lIANI'SL""ml"T'F.n.S $
quarts warm already has shown |
(both ,
i'\ ,
jt lamb chops FI.ilIil
\ n
:es are whole wheat flour. Blend corn : I -
thick water and 1 tablespoon of soda. In the last war we all 'Joked over syrup partiality to labor. they are not taking per 100 HKAIirOim COIN'TV I :II1. 5'
find loin), steaks the Kaiser's use of the German and milk. add to dry Ingredients too much stock in the statement I tll1ll.. HoinlBh llolllnlvr. I'liilnllff$ f''
Wipe with cloth in clean TELKQRAril.PHONOGRAPH.
V and young chickens. If a wrung expression meaning "me and God" and mix well. Stir In nut meats. If in his speech in which he said. "If "... :very 'I'I lloltlnlvr, l>i-f,ii your hot andJan clear water and dry thoroughly be- used. Bake in a well.greased loaf I'IKI)
( oven very for it was obvious then as it is you work for wages you will haveto I "I1""n-i"tr:: : e't P PI'IIMC'ATION
In which you are broil- fore returning the food and traysto now. that the Germans were violating pan (8x4: Inches) in a moderate forego higher wages for your par- ANI 1THMJ. TO, AITIOAH. '

meat before you put the the box. In this way you give all of the teachings of Godas oven (350'?.) for 1 hour and 15 ticular Job for the duration of the WI'A"'-/'J/ *.V KUIIMI'A : In Mvrry ,
your refrigerator good care and we know them. minutes. Cool before cutting. Yield: T. llnlllnler' whiiMn ...Idr..". I In It i
\ will ac- pro- war. .
the oven you ---------1 H' l I. I, I'liMUl.' New Volk I'
long its service to But the Kaiser tried to make his I medium loaf. that In ,. .
down the time you you. Knowing labor groups congress lull HI i ""'|1"11'.1 to npppMr on
[cutting men feel that God was on their ; and in the administration are .iII, ,,.. ,Isi. in 12, In use ahoy tiumtMlI'fiurt
oven on. In this way Broiled Shoulder Lamb Chops. side because he realized faith of Binl I'IIIINWvhrrf'lii pl..$lntlffHHpkH I
THERESSA strongly opposing any legislation : : I
ilivorrK Ilrailfnrit
ay ahead on economy of Have lamb shoulder chops boned that kind would be one of the which would put a ceiling on wages T"'K-Kruili| dish inilillxli thin Uciunty()rcinr l !,
also In keeping your. and rolled and cut into slices about 1 strongest morale builders he could By Mrs. II. .D. May tie farm group doesn't intend to be In iifxt four, wnnHly lnNiifn.VVIInoHH f
l-nfortably cool. inch thick. the first to give in. my ha ml' and offli'lul mini
Thor'd use.There Mrs. James Gravley and children ni "Hluikv. Klnrldit. thin May liml, I 1
down the time you spend oughly preheatbroiling 6 Is no doubt In this war The conservative element In congress 1942 h I
I cooking. select foods that oven with ? that the things!: we are fighting for Betty Wade and Merle. Mrs which might ordinarily favor (liKH'K-IAI., UK A I.) A. TlioniHH, V
\\j that be cookedd -freedom to live as we please, Allie Moody, Mlxa Christine both curbs on wages and on An Clrpk nf unlit f'mirtt 4t 0-a :'
or can regulator set for T frnnk l.iiriclruin, Htarkn, Klu
Our menu to- freedom to worship as we please Lavonne and E r v I n Todd of farm prices Is not treating either Ally for Plf.
together. broilingPlace and the preservation of a way of Green Cove Springs were guests too warmly because It is disturbedover '
good example of this: the lamb chops on life which is respected by all na of S. R. Swindell the President's failure to men- hUM MC'nIILIrJ: I
Vs broil quickly and the rack so that thereis tions-spring from the very core Sunday. tion economies within the non-war No..b..4 I I'i.eave
RECORDS 'Stark .___ Jl 05 A. M.
pi brought to a boil and a distance of -...,., of religion And there Is no doubt Mr. and Mrs. J. C Koon and activities of the government Itself. I...BV. HlKrk, .. _... 11:4/1: / A. M I
Lickly take only as much, about 3 inches between "'- that the things we ore fighting children of Waldo were visiting Feeling that many economics couldbe Large AnH rlment I."..... "HfnrkvLrf -- -- 1110: I', M.

lie lamb chops to cook un- top of chops and source of against-conquest enslavement of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall Sunday made which would not hurt the Ix-nv.>nv. Htnrkv"HurkI..tuv .. ____ ____ _. 1:40 3:55:: P.I' )IS'M. I' I I II

{ Serve them on the samethey're heat. If this distance must be less, people and the destruction of cult afternoon. I war program, this group Is relating Columbia Victor HtKrko -- ... 6:16: P M :, I. I '
ture-are, and always have been. I Its demands for such economiesto Okeh Bluebird lx>>v. Hlnrk. _."_ .. 5.50 P. M 1
Jo pretty that way reduce the temperature accordingly. the enemies of religion. Paul Bender of Gold I Head for I.i-avn HlurkeLauvu ___n-_- 10:HI P. M y

( will have fewer serving 'When one side is nicely browned, When we are flrhtino surh A trr'v I Branch was visiting his I aunt, legislation control and taxation.wage conl.101.prollt Decca "'I""kn'j'.o.'; .;-. 19,20II I'. MA. I

Hash. : season with salt and pepper, turn religious war, spiritual armament Mrs. J. P. Dickinson over the There is a growing conviction In Leave Rlnrkel.viiv. ___u' OR M I''

lie Refrigerator. and finish cooking. This requires of our people should be considered weekend.Mr. congress that the President's pro- Large Selection of Mlurkit ... ..-. 10 20 A. M. ''I
1>Htiirk ____ t 20 P.Y! .
predation for your refrlg- about 19: minutes. Serve with to- every bit as important as and the pro- and Mrs. Thornton Johrm posals will face heavy oppositionuntil Clasfiicalq", I'opulara 1."Av. HtarkaI --- .. 6'20': f M.

I icebox undoubtedlyzooms matoes which are stuffed with duction of planes, tanks guns. and children of Hampton were he takes some definite step I".KVA Hlurkn _?._... 6::60 "'. M.F. '
to force labor to share in the sacrifices Mail Orders Given Leave BlurkfBlurku- ---____ SIlO: M.
luite fast with the first a p- cooked lima beans and broiled. ARMAMENTS spiritualIt visiting Mrs. M. Hall Sunday. : Wraiba.ad
lof warmer weather. Infat Here are muffins that will act asa nation which which he is asking of other Prompt AttentionE. Leave __..__.. S:20Kptrlill A. M.
is surprising in a Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Trlest and groups. It Is pointed out that the I (TalliihannnKHlnrku, )
t could you possibly do spring tonic with their rich-in-iron was founded by people who risked children of Keystone visited bin great part of the big increase in : (. frigeration that keeps molasses and bran cereal that peps their lives for religious freedom national Income this Is due ; ts'av. Hl .rk. __ .,_... 5lO P. M.Liave .
father here year : :
Sunday. Hlitrk, ..,. ... 5:20: P: M.Leave .
ietables, up even the most wilted spirits: that we give so little considerationto of to the higher wages paid to labor. L. REAMS Htark .u..-__ 11.15: P. M.r..I0. .
J meat, BraA Sear Cream Muffins. the application of religion to the Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler It Is estimated that at least 10,000.- 319 W. Ave. .....
salvation of that nation.I Gainesville were dinner guests of 000,000 of the extra war spendingnow 1'nlterwlty Leave Stsrke _____ _. 1'30 A. M.A .
I", eggs (Makes IS small muffins) believe the President of the his Mr. and Mrs. J. J. OAI.NESVIIJ-E FLA. ; Lvav Hlark. 5:60: MP
euoth. parents, going on comes from labor'sfatter Leave filarke .:::: :: 5:50: : M: \
1 cop flour United States who has organized Zeigler, Sunday. pay envelopes. Farm income _- -___---__._-- l.viv Htark __"T" __ 7.0: P. M.
icts inditlon 4 1 teaspoon soda government branches for civilian defense has increased. but not in propor.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mllliken/
? 1 salt of for I
teaspoon for production arms tion to that of labor.
other 1 cup sour cream building morale and for almost ev- and children, Sylvia and Glynn. The failure of labor to take seriously

14 you 'M cup molasses cay conceivable need of war. should were week-end guests of Mr. and the President's suggestion for SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE!

'itoresilad 2 tablespoons water act at once to organize a Depart- Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. curbing higher wages was made

to keep crisp and 1 beaten ment of Spiritual Armament.In Mr. and Mrs. Dan Raley were clear when a week after the Presi II
egg his speeches, the Presidenthas dent's talk Philip Murray president -
ll visiting relatives In Keystone
e delectable desserts that Z cups bran cereal on several occasions emphasized of the Congress of Industrial AND ECONOMICAL!

lain firm before serving? Silt together flour soda and salt. the religious significance of Sunday.Mr. Organization, at a meeting of the

leajons are enough to make Combine cream, 'molasses, water the war and an analysis of his and Mrs Sidney Trlest and Steel Workers Organizing committee -

I your refrigerator in the and taa. Stir into dry ingredientsand words makes it evident that he ha* children of Keystone visited his emphasized his continued loyalty RIDE THE BUSSES

dlUon, but the recent lim- add bran cereal Fill well- a deep spiritual side which has father here Sunday. __ to the.. President l .and In the! I

making and selling re- greased muffin tins two-thirds full given him strength to cope with Mr. and Mrs. Clydw Hersey same Dream saio mat ne wouia Courteous, Correct Information
both his own physical handicapsand seek a new $1 a day Increase
i will! (350 visitors Starke pay
certainly give and bake in a moderate oven were business to
with critical problems of the for 180.000 workers in four steel
f ason to cherish It with degrees) for 20 to 25 minutes. nation. Saturday.Mrs. companies."The Given You At ..

''oislble care.e wilted lettuce makes a quick and When religious faith has served S. R. Swindell waw calledto position of labor In Amer.

refrigerator away from easy salad combination. It is per. him so well in his personal life and the bedside of her daughter lea" said Mr. Murray "Is one of I UNION BUS STATION

fiat comes into the kitchen. fect with the broiled lamb chops be- in his work, It seems only logical Mrs. W. C. Rhoden, Tuesday. We unalterable opposition to any system .

|aay from the stove too. cmfee of the bacon flavoring which that he should consider it a vital are glad to report Mrs. Rnoden of wage-freezing. This is true

T it enough space for good blends so well with them: part of our war program to see to somewhat Improved at this. writ- of both the American Federation of
r> of air at the back and it that the whole nation shares hi.faith. Labor and the Congress of Industrial -ss
Wilted. Lettuce. '

f t' refrigerators need a 2- 4 slices bacon cot In small A Department. of Spiritual Arma. Ing.Mrs.. Dan Loper was shopping I j I What Organization.congress will do about this

l"y the at the back and 8 to 12 pieces and fried browns ment. if directed by the most respected in Starke Friday I J many-sided problem In an election From where I sit

{ top.F'tures vinegar leaders of aH religious de. Sgt. and Mrs. Hamilton of I year Is difficult to determine-but .

are Important so cup I nominations, would be welcomedby Texan who are stopping at the | present Indications are that it will
firn with \k cup water which has such a deep- little action of kind
a thermometer. a nation May's home, were tughlaeelng at take very any -
fnperature j is between 40 1 teaspoon sugar set religious foundation as ours. I which it can possibly avoid.
Silver Springs Tuesday. j
When bacon is browned add other The subject of supplying oil to
f grees Fahrenheit MIRACLES strengthIf R. V. May of Washington, DC I 1 Joe Marsh
fot foods ingredients and heat to boiling point. I i eastern states has been a major I jI
the> before putting Pour over lettuce. Sliced hard- our backs were to the wall-If was the weeK-ena guest 0* hilt j topic of discussion here. There Is ".

refrigerator. Cover cooked eggs and a little diced onion on enemy was at our shores with parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May little doubt that there may be a real ;

Ploisture cept those having thick may be added to make the salad forces far superior to our own and I' fuel problem for both industry and Yon ought to meet mr friend. Will quietly and restore hi. strength
from Inevitable-there is TlI.NKS'o'n lts oil In the East next
uncovered defeat seemed homes using Dudley. I suppoae Will must be and courage.
llect n the freezing unit extra delicious. no doubt that many of us would I wish to take this method at''>winter and Secretary of Interior seventy-eight or nine.. hot you'dnever .

I will have to defrost oftener. "Fro Ilea Prune Whip. drop to our knees and pray for thanking all my friends for tneir Ickes has urged Industries, apart- know," it. lie' tall and lean Will thinks and I agree with him.

Iterator has a big (Serve 41)) God's help. vote and support In the pant elec ment houses hotels, etc. using And that a man ought to forget all hi.
'Job and hard as a hickory. although :
that we are never heavy fuel oils to turn to coal.
ft everything cool 1H cops cooked prunes Let us hope tion. own and the world's worries daring ,
nod as every for prune forced to our knees by such a situ Much Interest has been shown in the only formal education
requires U cup granulated sugar Yourv' sincerely that honr-of-peace. And Will
Just so much ation. But if we agree that with- Senator Shlpstead's proposal for an he ever had was a few winter in
cool.\ For this U teaspoon ground cloves Muss Ida Hagan. feels that a glass of fragrant mellow I..
for build-
reason you out the protection of our great expenditure of $20,000,000 the old red ""oolboue. I think
l ot overcrowd your refrlg1 2 cup milk army and navy and supply line we Sag wooden barges to ship oil up the that he's the wisest nan 1 know In beer help moat to bring yen

stuff' it full with bags, car- ii cup granulated sogar would turn to prayer as a "last resort Deeds Filed Mississippi and down the Ohio rivers quiet relaxation.
1 vanilla emtract: sensible that we and then pipe It may wsjs. I
;. Vegetable tops that also teaspoon it ''S only I to Pittsburgh C C
,y to plain gelatineggs this now-that we to coastline cities but even If this
be J 1 tablespoon call on power
cooled Federal Land Bank of Columbia. For one thing Will taught n..
< make religious faith our first and I went through it would be many Show me the man who sits
J efroa"nr.| ;
""resort." S. C.. to W. ... Smith, May months before the East could be the value of what he calls "Just down
week 1 whipping creamCut strongest quietly an evening with
I' or oftener in the cup prunes from pits l In smaU The history of religion Is a long 6; Morris Randolph. unmarried, adequately supplied by this plan. setUn! his glass of beer and III shoW'JOG
which have been William Randolph C C
miracles of Duval County, to I
pieces. Combine prunes with H cup a man who Is wise In the way. of

Lynn Says: sugar and spice and heat to dissolve faith Informed has played by faith-of In winning the battles part R. Thede, Duval and County.Ola The May d 6 e; R.to Maud Walnwrlght.: J. L. Simmons Come upon Win in the evening living. Such men like Will Dudley 3

sugar. Chill. Combine IV4 cups against insurmountable odds. of the and wife, Beanie C Simmons, to when his hard day's work la done, live to a ripe old age, unembitt.red
7 Laura
;you kitchen and H cup sugar and of faith. George Strong Jr. May ; by the trouble of the world. They:
salt. "
venU- Invulnerability Wilson and husband, E. L. Wilson M. A. Mann, May 9; Havana and you'll) find him "just i-settln .
El lOu will drive scald. Add flavoring and gelatin In this greatest battle In the his seem to remain all their live,

KM.I feeling f fatigue away that moistened in remaining H cup milk tory of mankind there is little of Clay County, to 8. E. Johns, a widow, to William F. hand In a rocker hell have on his his old porch.briar In pipe one weet-natured." and kindly.

Pour that the world can be set Sparks and wife. Lula Sparks and wife. Inez Cone. May
you cook. dissolve gelatin. chance Cone
rises Warm air and stir to briskly. right again without spiritual gud-! May 7; Ruby A. Hayes and E. W and in the other a tall cool glass Time has a way of rendering
10 stirring
It Ji and N. L.
beaten Knight
better over eggs Us D. E.
to have more ; of beer
We will soon the
C Wifldows cream stiff ance. Hayes to Louisa Johnson May 9; curate judgments on value of
open from the Chill until thick. Whip and planes than our i hi. wife. to Arthur F
Knight. the things and
create mixture tanks guns Tom Harris and Gertrude Harris men use enjoy In
better ventilation and fold into chilled gelatin enemiesbut it's going to take K and "Wholesome!, apprtlzin' beer,"
I 11 D. Knight
')!td drafts. Pour Into to Minnie Phillips and husband Hall May the world. And Time...thousands
; add prune mixture. something. more than that to I N. L. Knight his wife It) Ohe Fhail says Will. "Is standard equipmentfor of of 1&.. has handed down
Pauline years
I\n 2 <
In freezing together C. M. Phillips, May ;
electric world :;
place battered I
:he fan rIght refrigerator tray. this aam.1Building Willie Grit- I May It proper settlnt! Puts a feller in the verdict that beer is a pleasant
twice widow .0
ltove Torode
once or a <
Stir "
ao that It fans unit and freeze. an easy-goin' peaceful moot!.
and worthy companion for all
111 ilr right Permits flu and Laura Griff Is :May S; men
out the win'jr during! freezing process. .
I ogcodwUL
combIne a fan houtthuld is, Joseph L. 1-I1'1ell: and his wife. C e e
with has; a
a you
placed 111 the upper sash cooking problem on which y<>" uou' Vf. A. Besscnt.! Jr., May 5, 1150: Lucy f Hane)!, to Lillie Ma/ TOCWECK 4k' RIA !
)1 f the Wifldow 15155 advice l1nte to Mis' LynlChamb. Howard (colored) May 9; F. II You see. Will hoMi the theory r

Jie ar In cr out and the adjust : expert..,, at II.Uf."l'.w./x'P,., t./lim. for remodelling the Interior of Robinson a will owe 1''. to Maude ML ," 1DA.s that in our present mlied-up world 80e? 'fCa.'I.4/L

-r.e kitchens It 'I. room. 210,( South fleplane/ Street. Chicago. the pool room and raisins the Walnwrlght. May 7: Eva Robinson f a man need a quiet hour every
Ct... fai In the practlca. Illinois, rtplauung your poL.m.lIy/... roof; W. A. Bessent Jr., May 5, Raulerson (nee Eva Robinson, day. An hour in which to sit down
chImney jjemped, //" '
)Vlded for that purpose. 10 her House tnclnii? a jour 1400 for the ,building of a garage the wife of F B. Robinson di- :# take666I
.. .. "PfTR "..." 2-4x32 at vorced) and Daniel Raulenon, ber -
| .l....t by We.,. n .. and garage apartment : I' I
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COtHT, RRtDFORDCGL'VTY ac Starke. t iwnuu gray ;2nd; 291h. U42
I 'IR..T
Air IIero Tells Boys ( :"r. t FrankOHnEH An Clerk of said Court 5-* 4t 5-29 Wm. It <, 'laid ;
i By Miss Ileth iVImberly I FIRST Bep'rI.TRev. J altorke, Iefrndant (asevNo. 998. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Atty fo M."I''If" 4ctaeIN eA
;i A. K. iKfcifoot. Punter OF PUBLICATION Atty for rif.
Mrs H. C Wimberly and C. M. i nee X. Walnut Street NOTII"E TO APPEAR
1 I I Church School 9 45 A MI ASP Frank t'tHt'trT "
Gieenj FUOH1DA to: .
Griffla vlwltors to I OF 101
were II 00 A. M. ( R
I Morning Worship : Is I'n- 01 1"t ?
I residence
! C o v e Spring" Tuesday of last I 4 1 H. T U 7:00: F M J. Burke" whose iv nnriir rnrnr. DR'DFOR ('.Jnt., FI.IIRI" I
a. # 9:00 P M. known. Helen' h
wt KvenlriKWomhip' : to appear on e'ol'N'rY. FLOItIDAi I'd CIIAt \ v
week. ,. 8.00 P M You are required Secret. 1
I W..dn..day'u .hip above named KHVHenry I IAlAllO',
j June Itt, 1942 In the
;1 Mrs. Nelson T Grern and children I ; Court and cause, wherein' plaintiff John Tencak, Plaintiff, vs. 01lDgR yr. r 'Ii11PU', ,
t of Lawtt-y were visiting' FIRST!! M"JT.'OI'T seeks divorce Bradford County Marilyn Gallagher Pencak, Defendant SIT NOT', R To' ),
t t1 r.f H.... 43. C. Cowrll. Tutor Telegraph shall. punlmh this Older Case No. 1990. Secret' A TE "'.Ohip
/ here Tuesday. 12< N. berrk HtrrrtI In next four weekly issues OHDKH OF PlTBLilCATIOV AND ,
h : y Church School 10.00 A. M Witness my hand and official' a..alat NOTICK TO APPKARfJTATK Y 4tt.
IK .
I y Mr* G. A. Whitehead visiting I Sunday Worship It'no AV.. Starke, Florida, thin May 2nd, OF FLORIDA to: Marilyn June You .' ur
I her daughter In Lake City for a f Young People. 7:00 P. M. 1942 Gallagher Per.cak, whose residenceIs Court Itt ,1 r 16eAtl
4 t L few Vu Evening Worship 8:1/0: / P M OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Unknown. .and
dayn seeks
; + I Wednesday Worship 8:00 P. M. As Clerk of said Court 6-8 4t. B-29 You are required' to appear on dl
,fi Mr. and Mra, Lacy Norman and T. Frank I-nndroin. gtarke, FlaAtty June 1st, 1942 In the above. named Telegraph In next h, tenI
daughter, Cleo were visiting in I .. .. seeks divorce Custody of Child. n7 hand
tt' 4 II e Fred ".rk. Reet.racre .. at !"arlt IIj
Starke Saturday -
i sF N. Cknrrh StreetChurch Kradford County Telegraph' .hallpublll.h 29th. 1942 Florida,',
Mrs RorolKnal : School 10:00 A. M. this Order In next: fourweekly (OJo'FTCrAI.
i' Mr. and Henry : : :
', w M were vl ltlng in Lawtey Saturday. : : Sunday Sunday BvenliiB Worship 7:3&11: :00 P.A.M.M. ('DI Illflir V'1'Y, 'LOKlIJAI COIRT. "I"1%%1)f'ORO('11.CERY. ; .\\ Witness Issues.) my hand and official All. Viler 1',,'.r;:,tEALtE. aid ,nAAJ
' Mrs Herman Manucy and sis-1 I Friday Evening 7:30: H M. seal at Starke, Florida, this April Atty to. Plr lIar ku6.
, I t 1 F __ n. 10"f..O.ee, Plaintiff.s. Millie
A. M.
I I Holy Day 10.00
ter-ln-law Mrs. Emma Capo, of ,
; 1'The Iiooley McUee, Defendant Case .No
11 St AuguHllne were visitors at the I 1994 w. T.
Wimberly 348 North (herry St. STATE t>F FLOK1DA to: \lIlIIefoo'.y H. A. LOANS
Church Bi hool 10:00: A. M McUee, whose address Is
4f Jack Stoughton of Sunday Worship 11'00 A. M. unknown.You We want the listing on your
was visiting bin family here last Senior Crusades 8:00: P. U are required' to appear' on We have
r some wonderful
t d, week-end. Jnterm.dlnte'ollih. 8:00:: P. M.. June let, 1942 In the above. named properties for il
Evening Worship 7 00 P. M.eT. Court and cause wherein' plaintiff
//I fit t ,.l Little Miss Sarah Hope Land, seeks divorce. Bradford County See us about your Real Estate :Xe i.
returned to her home in Lake FIJWAItn' rATIIOI.IC Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn 119 E. CALL STREET
City Sunday after upending a Japs certainly wish that Capt. Hewitt I. Whclesi was as easy.coUr Re.. '1'a... J. Marpkr. Peeler next four my hand weekly and l...official uesWitness ..eal PHO
whose daring75mile A'e..e
air hero from Menard Texas Tempi
as Oil* The army
4 while with her grandmother, Mrs .
Early Mass k 00 A. M.
Whitehead. battle with 18 Japanese Zero planes I* one of the outstandingair I)'.I.* ..er.lce. : Kai80 feats of the war. Is shown In the center talking easily to prospective Sunday Ma. 9'00 A. M. I :
flying cadets at Los Angeles City college about hi. experiences. Whcleis Week Day Mass 8:00: A. M. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
: : r- }' was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross.
4 fl' AUTO PARTS GO.PEL T'D.nN."Cr.F: ,
Mr. ... Mrs. J. '1'. Haliflrr Hpoisors'
;d if 1 Sunday' Servlr 7:30: P. M. Identification
USED: TinES, (WK II A V E TRAIN KTIIKMLK: : 'War Mother' Friday Service' 7'in P. M Double Loop
'''* t t'11'1 YOUR "SIZE), GENERATORS, SouthboundNo. Typical
:' 1'\1' rinnir ('I)1 R'r. IIR \DFOMIIOiri.
1 due Starke 11-15: : P. M ( 'LOItIU'1| IN IIIIN-
I" CAKS ANI TKt'CKS IN ANY C Kit i.Patrick'.
CONDITION. No. 107 due Starke 9:13: A M. J. Ruonaiinn Plaintiff' vs Neck Chains
/ I \ Betty Huonanm. Defendant Ca.eXo. 25c
1': \j No 191 due Starke 10:38: F. M.I 1946
..J Used Autos $25 up ORDER OF ITPLIC-ATIOV
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l ( ti: \! HASKINSAUTO :Northbound I nuonannn STATE, OF 8U3 Ijimbcrton FIXMtlDA to St: Trenton Hetty- MOST COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY

t', No. 2 due Starke :3::54 A. M. N. J. .

{I oj' PARTS No. 108 due Starke 6.33: P. M June You 1st are, 1942 required In the to above appear named on SUPPLIES IN STARKEALSO

'1j f.{ a North of Town on Road 13 No. 44 due Starke 3:28: P. M. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
: I weeks dlvorre. lirailford County
/, t, tt (New York reservation train) Telegraph shall |>ul>llxh this Order .
y f In next four We.kly Issues.Vltness .
c i t \ my hand and official seal
fl nf Klarke, Florida thin May 2nd,

As Clerk of saM Court 6-8 4t 6-29
ii' T Frank I. ndrum. Starke, Fla. AT FAIR PRICES
,: Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels Atty for Plf



I H. E. TUCKER, Agent t WAR Two Stores For Your Convenience

For Sinclair Refining Co. Mr.. Elisabeth Howell, who ha 145 Call Street & Blanding Center
two cons In the armed force and nor S'NtIIlG-SAVE DOLLARS
: Phone 158 Starke, Fla. another soon expected to be Induct
i ed. She was. awarded_ the title of"Typical fl? L lDiDI C wI nlnQ( ''J1JCIfJ:
I American Motner" oy; the
1". Girl Scoots of Camden N. J. She
t r Is pictured at her spring fabrication
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I you;fi'r'. Pl.OIIIIltl IV' ClltN-
l'ER Y.Bonxa
I:.'t 11 Il ,.1 Favne', Plaintiff, vs Daniel
Fayne. Defendant. fase No iKMi.:
':i.. If I ;"1t1 ITi AMI NOTICE TO APPEAR ian Voa IjIT
,' !STATE' OF FLORIDA) to: l Daniel _
:" \ I :.l'i Do Your Trading Payne known, whose residence is Un ?

You '
are required to appear on
'fl, ; where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are June let, 1942 In the above named'
Court and. cuuse' wherein plaintiff
1 given away with every $40 in trade seeks (divorce Bradford County '
: '! l 1,1 or certificates.Are Teleirraph shall publish this Order '
In next four weekly Issues.ltnexn .
I\ j: Kmlepmed \\ my hand and official seal
:, : In Cash It it Starke. Flirlcla I this I May 1st. ra( r '
.t.'fl You Chooao lOFFIPTATj REAL A. .T. Thomas
STARKE, FLORIDA As Clerk of Paid Court 0-R 4t 5-29
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1 fI" : .f'1, \1 J Fla Fred Ally K. C for Koenter Plfr Jacksonville

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I F lly E. K. lloulerK Mr and Mrs. Vance Geiger/ and n Kathleen Norris Says : t

son, Bradley, and Mrs.! Nell Mul- I
mU( : f'Li'ltMrs.
dron of Jacksonville were Moth
-L13 PARENTHOOD L. P Chapman entertainedt
I ers' Day guests of Mr... J M i HEALTHARTIE
li e Thursday bridge!; club last Bradley. This Woman Shouldn't Wed Fanltless Man I
Many lovely flowers adorned Mrs. L.. A. Wiggins, Mrs,
n the hall, (Dill S'ndl..too-WNU servtce.i r
living room and din- rI
'I 1'1PI r ing room. Mrs. P. E. Stubbing Marie Whitfleld.'' Wiggins Helen spent Whltficld Monday and in (r J I rI

, Ir MBS. CATKOUHX CONRAD ZDWMDtAModote won high and Mrs. Wallace bingo. Gainesville.Mr. I
Chicken salad, saltines (r I
' pickles and Mrs M. E. Griner Include Protective Foods In ,
'I 1dI_. VoranM 110...... and Iced tea are
,10 iiia were served by the
v hostess. in Orlando visiting; Mr. and Mrs. Your DietIt ,
' M. J. Relnau. ;;
would teem almost impossiblefor
'q FOR THE VERY YOUNG Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree Mr. and Mrs. L. A Wiggins will anyone to eat three meals a

'toI; spent Mothers' Day with Mrs. leave Wednesday to upend a weekIn day and lUll starve. It can be ;

'" of the reof miche*" but learned that all children Hembree'0 parents Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville with Mra. J. M. done. I know for I have some sorry v + ,
discussion do and that Maxwell. specimens attending my gymnasium -. aL
I for selecUn'.mus poor nursery J. F. Williams, at Trenton.Mr. .
1t par ntl for thelrhaven't school teacher look upon it as a and Mrs. L. F. Chapman received who prove It. One man In I
ments Mrs. J. L. Will lama
4I particular come to mind. Hit cast I
minor vice-nourishing, perhaps.
IBid a thing are word Sunday that Lt. Robert
little but a smelly habit lust the same. entertaining their son and may be extreme but fundamentally I 1 sJ sy
. of very Chapman had received sealed orders
. jJ1terests for this But It's the melting effect she has daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. its counterpart can be found In 1 ,
One reason In keep.U on grown-ups which makes Miss Durwood Williams, and children, for duty. She left at once any number of families. At 40 his r

that we believe a1mP Se Boo a symbol for all sunny child-! Margaret and James of Pensacolathis for Fairfield Tern., to see him natural teeth were replaced by an %l /I Ytl ,
child's tun For a hood. Miss Boo. like most children week. before his departure.Mr. I' artificial denture. He has gained eo l

as possible. few, even guesses that one of her Mrs. R. Carter of Tallahassee and Mrs. J. W. Ritch have weight steadily until he is now 30
and onlY a very Your reasons for being alive Is to distribute is returned from their vacation I pounds too .. avy. Not a winter
20y. visiting Mr. and Mrs.
his H. K.
Ie of without hit having a seriesof
< passes
gerour made.up .torie., happiness as well as enjoyit Tyus. spent in North Carolina

hand In bit a. you herself. There was her habit of J, A. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McLendou' severe colds. the v !
your visits Lander, now of Mobile, When we went into subjectof ,
admiration i forficcompHahment making neighborhood early in spent Monday afternoon in Gaines ,jt jtt 111 ,
his troubles
1 Q 1 as he the morning and when questioned Ala., visited here Satulay and diet. I found

.... \ mark with as to whether or not this might together with Mrs. Lander went ville.Mr. came from. Ills favorite breakfasts 4 t 1< 1 1s
Ly James to the annoy the neighbors she Insisted that to Avon Park to spend Mothers' and Mrs. J. A. liouvler are pancakes and sausage, or ham tva ill -
Pw a and with two of coffee.He .
/ down spent Sunday night at Mc-Intosh. eggs cups ,
they liked to have her come so they Day with Mrs Bass Mrs. Lan
[ happiness. lunch" at
has noon-
IfjI "light
I daily one thin children could give her things. Now isn't der's mother. Returning, they brought little usually a a sandwich made with ham.
II i ? Can think of pleas- Patricia McRae with them for
as they understand that true you a Bernard Jordan of Headland an cheese or roast beef on white bread
Id icon that Is surprises I And anter way to start the day than to Ala, Is spending the week with extended visit. a piece of pie and a cup of coffee.

Idling about surprises la give one of your old hats or a favor Billy\ Overstrect. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells and For dinner there Is always some J4w.

re as much fun for thoseern from last night's party or a bunchof Roberts I daughter Mary, of Jacksonvillewere sort of soup, meat and potatoes '
to Roy visited his parent, l'
who bright-faced pansies a very appreciative
child r
the cake
for with lots of gravy: pie
as is younester'lWhy Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts at guests of Mr. and Mra. J. How's that
Especially pudding for dessert
family em. happiness if its many children lose their capacity Graham while on his vacation last C. Wallace Saturday.Mr. for a balanced menu? Protective rI

en plan surprises for the for wonder is one of life's week. and Mrs. Harvey Williams foods? You'd think he never heard J I

es. tragedies. But parents can do muchto Dr. J. R. Hembree of Charleston and daughter, .Betty, have returned of them No fruit no vegetables

cant way little children foster it by not crowding thechild's S. C., and Mrs. W. F Hol- from a week's visit In. no milk. Small wonder he hat all l
to give things world with ready made I I kinds of complaints. It's more re- \
lag nice lum and son. Tommy Lee of Los Georgia.Mr. ;
trated delightfully tofek. a pleasures and by encouraging him I markable that he has escaped serious -
"Our Miss Boo." by to enjoy such natural delights as Angeles Cal., are visiting Dr. and and Mrs. M. R. Holmes, illness. !

Lee, Runbeck. Miss Boo running through green .grass watch- Mrs. J. M. Hembree this week. spent Monday in Jacksonville with Starving doesn't always mean going t

Imaginative four-year-old ing water flow over rocks cherishing Mm Lyde Webb of Lake Wales Mrs. J, A. Cole. I hungry. You can Oil yourselffull

n to the sort of things small animals and bugs, and exploring spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. J. O. Randall .spent Thuis- and still deprive your systemoi "
8 four-year-olds ire, but the countless fascinating Mrs. W. E. Malone. the vital elements It needs to
nti believe are unique in things from cracks in the sidewalkto Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Williamsare day and Friday In Jacksonvillewith carryon Its work to ward off infections =7 !i V I

hiIdren. Thus Mrs. Run- the twinkle In grandfather's eye visiting in Chattanooga. Tenn. Mrs. W. W. Fish: build up resistance de- d i
that only which children discover for them Friends muscular strength and restore
uthor, believed Mr. and Mrs. S. P. V. Mori- of Mrs. Richard Pierce velop
iked peanut butter "..m. selves.FASHION. will regret to hear that she la still! lost energy. These elements Mho, I it pupil In the
ling of Melrose and their daughter of fruits Jay my /ore... aa'eetheari. hat m lovtly Jmuhtrr, a
In supply
Mrs. Geo. Finch and children, 1 dangerously ill at St Luke's Hospital vegetables are found meat a daily eggs and milk.It irhmil inhere I feiirh. Sit I halt tr..n lay again oaf or tuiet./ lit has all his old ,I

I George, Jr., and James, of Brook. In Jacksonville, after a Is only when we eat these foods charm and htgkirifi..

lyn N. Y., were guests of Mr. I majcV' operation ten days ago. regularly that we can be certain of KATHLEEN NORRIS

and Mrs. M. E. Griner Friday. L. 1>. Ferguson of Tltoma ville, I adequate nourishment. By .1 NEK' PROBLKM:
Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. of the most awkward
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Tyus and Here 11 a problem Kathleen
I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. ONE I"
children Kenneth and Harold, Randall Miami BROOKEKlly that youthcan Norris has not recently discussed. ,
Mrs. J. O. Randall, Jr, were ask is the one a
in Chattahoochee Quincyand Mothers' Mrs. .::1 Tallahassee last week. Day guests of Mr. and girl named Vera asks me this cannot choose between fiveenen. "
Mrs. O.
J. Randall.
MEt E. D. Mobley spent the weekend :11Rz. \imKLL. HOSTESS Vera's letter 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Wallace morning. comes The one her formersweetheart ;
with his in Sanford.Mr. :Mrs. Harrell hostess
family Guy was! :
with from a Georgia town; she evi- can give hercharm
spent Sunday relatives in
and Mrs. Curtis Malone are Thursday afternoon of last week
Jacksonville.Mrs. when dently belongs to a somewhat a spirited sense of humor I
eD visiting this week in Sopchoppy.Mr. she entertained members of
PATRICIA DOW and Mrs. M. R. Holmes had Irene B.. Whitfleld bias returned the Bridge. Club at her home. prominent family, for she and a l love that has matured j

as guests last weekend Dr. andMI' to her 'home in Fruitland I The living room was lovely with was given four years at an into deep devotion The f''

Sour Miry't site BURT Park after several weeks! herewith baskets of flowers other solid successful man ,
!! J. A. Cole of Klngstiee. S. spring and expensive Pennsylvania col- a ,

E. DAGUE 0'e C.. Mrs. W. H. Rom and Mrs.J. I field. Mr. and Mrs.K Bryan V\1iIt- plants. lege, and also tells me that of 36 can give her wealth and Ii Iipo.i'ion.

A. Cole, Jr., and son Jimmie, of but her life with him
niter Mary's Kitchen. \ After several progressions!; Mrs. I ;'
she has had two visits in Cali-
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin and '
ow what the gardener Jacksonville.Mr. 1J.: Hazen held high and was would probably be very dull
i he says his soil is fer- oc and Mrs. M E. Griner spent children are expected to return awarded a bridge set. Miss Mad fornia "where Mother and lie has already told her that I h

ounce you realize that the week-end with Mrs. F. W. Ed- today after visiting Mr. and Mrs. eline Crosby who held low was Dad usually go every winter," if the feet it is her "duty" to ,

produces bigger and bet- S wards of Melrose. M. B. Grainger at Belle Glade for given a lemon squeezer. Vera's problem Is this: When she the other man she is, of ,f

and vegetables but moreto Mrs. W. N. North left Saturday several days. Later In the Mrs. liar- was 19 she had a love affair, entirely marry
evening course, free to do so. But Vera I
most of us "fertilea to visit her mother. Mrs. J. O. Mrs. Roy Fisher came home for rell nerved her unknown to the family and r.
guests tempting
farmer's term. Howls believes that losing her would j jbreak
Beavers of Tallasee. Ala., and her the week-end but returned to extremely serious. For three monthsshe
I salmon salad, saltines and ice ,
to be fertile It mustin his heart What should
essentials such as brother Ensign J. O. Beavers Brooker to assist In gas rationing tea. and her sweetheart were pas t I

linage,' texture and tilth.J who has received oversea orders. registration. sionate lovers, then Vera's feeling she do?

J ant food and the correctr l Mrs. C. A. McRae and children Mrs. J. L. Robinson and, Mrs. SOCIKTV: NOTES: waned and she had an uncomfortable ,

plants as to their al- returned Sunday' to her home in H. L. Parker are visiting in JackIsoDvllle. I Misses Lavelle and Geneva Par- time extricating herself from Ized, and If I decide to marry Jay i

tieir acid requirements. McIntosh. rlah of Jacksonville spent the Jay's still exacting devotion. It may embitter him for life. '.

sider drainage first. Giv1 week-end with their parents' Mr. "Don't think I didn't pay for my "A hundred times he has said to

1 natural location neve and Mrs. J. R. Parrish. early foolishness," writes Vera. "I me, 'Oh, why, why why, does It !
texture of the soil J Give The Attic A 'Thorough CleanUpAnd when It time to to r
did. came try
treatment to the Mr. and,I Mrs. Dill Nichols and have to be this way? Why you. of all
toval by gravity of ex- I I It Help Avert Danger From Fire Bombs daughter. Patsy and Minx Mad break engagements with Jay to cut women?' Of course that is what my !,,
down on letters and meetings, to
following heavy rain- eline Crosby were visiting Mr. own heart echoes. But twice lately.

oil of too coarse partible While all of us hope that our I you leave them, if only for a min- and Mn Roswell Noegel an rJdaul"hter make him see that I was through Robert has used the expression, 'if
to retain any mols- ute. In Starke Monday The day he came to me and said you feel you must pay the debt. Will
some of the important homes will not be fired by that he realised: at last thot 4t was you tell me what you think and

p and is therefore defl- diary bombs r r o m incen-I' "Use only electrical equipment Mr. and Mrx J, R. Crews and all over, and would trouble mo no help one more distracted woman to

trogen and potash. Too planes, It l is wise to listed as approved by Underwri daughter Marjorie Sue. of Jack- more was actually one of the happiest peace?"

holds too much water few simple precautions that will ters' Laboratories Inc. sonville were visiting Mr. and of my \life. Judging from your letter Vera. ;

too slowly for best plant help control any such fires, according "Never, under any circumstances! Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday "Two years later, when I was I would say that life with Robert
need to 1m-
texture may of your soil by to suggestions made recently uso such inflammable liquids as Mr. and Mrs. Dock Thomas of glorying In college days Jay mar might be a rather rigid Hair. It

particles to coarse par- by J. Edwin Larson, Insurance gasoline, naptha or benzine for Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. ried and I felt nothing but utter seems plain that this controlled

uet the opposite. Most Commissioner of Florida. cleaning purposes. Alice Thomas and family last relief. Novels for generations have conscientious man Is having the sort

nti do best In a soil that E "The most important thing to "Keep matches out of the reachof weekend.Mr. talked of the shame and danger of of battle between the spirit and the

essively gravelly sandy lt remember," he said. "Is to avoid small children. and Mrs. F. Conerly and love affairs but my real difficulty flesh that comes only to religious ,

and which contains bus Cif keeping unnecessary materials son of South Florida are visitingMr. and tragedy Instead of being that ot persons. He Is In love with ;you, and
"Make all connectionsare
that may provide fuel for fire. sure gas and Mrso. Wade Harrell and trying to hold my lover, was that of it Is his first love and so overwhelm. t
you remember I Is rigid and tight. Don't use
or. yj. rid of him.
C getting ing and
r In the This Is particularly true of attics, Fred Conerly. .
process of de- rubber or other flexible tubing.
Fell In Love Again. think that
Robert undoubtedly
such which would be the most likely
as leaf Baxter of
mold. :Mr. and Mrs. Grady
sand absorbs moisture. part of a house to be penetratedby "Place an Iron screen with a I weekend "I am now 27. Last year I met a Jay has a claim upon you, that you
texture of the j.i j. bomb. fine mesh In front of the fire Baldwin spent the here man whose fineness dignity Intelligence pledged him wifehood when you
soil is an incendiary .
factory the tilth Is im- place-always." with friends made me feel that he was set yielded to him In that early; affair.
cultivation.' Digging and "We keep Aunt Mary's graduation and Mrs. Artford Brown apart from the ordinary run of men. And that nagging conviction will\ I

""''ya'lna-soll develops dress father's first 1 long and eon, Buster have returnedto We are deeply In love and were to grow stronger after marriage when

which conserves pants, baby's first shoes and many SAMPSON CITY their home In Tampa after a have been married this June. Rob. the first wild glamour dies and he

permits air circulation I other such things In old trunks, Uy Mrs. S. E, Jones visit here with Mr. and Mrs. L. ert Is a church member, Indeed one discover that you are human, and

sea the availabiuty of i 1 or even loose, in attics. A. Drown. studied for orders and has an almost can make mistake and be trouble

ents.plant food "Many of us also have stacks : Howard Brown of Mobile Ala, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch fanatic sense of honor. some and disappointing like any other -

such form must chemically be sol- of old magazines In our attics-- I was visiting his parents, Mr. and and son, Gene, are visiting relatives "Meanwhile Jay's wife has died wife.

be readIly taken up by magazines that we'll never look at : Mrs. Lem Brown, Saturday and In North Carolina. and he had a lovely daughter of five, So I wouldn't marry Robert if I

f plants. again. Why not sell them? Or Sunday.Mr. who Is one of the pupils in the were you. If the more easy-going
Melvin and Mine
Mrs. C. C.
plan your! garden study if they are fairly recent numbers and Mrs. Gilbert Brown Melvin In school where I teach. So that I cheerful Jay I Is sympathetic to you,
Lucille were shopping
nd l dislikes of the plants. 8126 send them to the recreation centers -I were visiting relatives in Jacksonville have seen him again once or twice. and you can Imagine yourself a.
Ideal Gainesville
conditions for both set up for the armed forces. Sunday.Mr. Saturday.Mr. He Is much developed from the Inv making a good mother to his child

and flowers, We should take spare clothes out and Mrs. L. R. Molt and pulilve boy I knew eight years ago, and working out a happy normal life
and Mrs. E. D. Jones attended -
All Day Dress of the attic and hang them In Church services children of Highland l Springs with all his old charm and high for yourself as his wife then why
urns Accepts Pattern No. 8128-Are you in dire closets. Discarded lamp shades, were visiting Mrs. Jim Mott and spirits. not tell Robert once and for all that
in Starke.
need of a new frock right away? frames and all other com- Sunday morning family Sunday.Mr. "As Robert's wife I would have you see the Justice of his attitude
osiUon have this gracious model picture Mr. and Mra. T. C. Thomas
with You can a minimum of cost or effort bustibles should be cleared away. and daughters of Palatka were and Mrs. Earl Green and wealth position, and the/ companionship and that you have determined to

ed Cross Here and it is a dress you can wear The attic that Is entirely bare of visiting Mrs. Thomas' mother. daughter Shirley Nell, were visiting of a man who Is bound someday make the only reparation in your
home Mr. and Mrs. Mel In to be conspicuously successful power for your youthful mistake.
the day long-to business, at such things Is the one that cheats Mrs. Josle Hall recently. Mist VIckery
sward I Burns has been for matinee dates or travel. The the fire bomb. Cleanliness and Mamie_ Hall returned with them Gainesville Friday.Mr. In his profession. Jay Is Just one This will make him feel heroic and
it achieve a and business man among many. But Jay that both are committed to the
to the simplest of style; orderliness should prevail throughout and Mrs. O. Fowler you
post of Execu- comfortable and nattering fit by a Sunday evening to spend' a few son of Jacksonville were visiting wants to marry me, and Robert feels dutiful and self-sacrificing course i
the house.
tary Of the Bradford series of pleats at the shoulder and days.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fowler that It might be right. Success Rest With Vera.
apter of the American through the waistline. The low neck Ten Commandment Given and Mrs. Luther Harper of last week-end. "Perhaps the path I should take But If your decision meet with
ia a center of interest and can be "People in inland cities think Boomtown spent the week-end and obvious to
s. Her I I The friends of Mrs. Resale seems smooth you violent opposition from Robert and
work will be adorned with clip, a are not necessary with Mr.\ brother-in-law many
effectively such precautions Harper's I harassedand
flier l collar. Carlton, Mrs. James Cason, but I can assure you am he Implores you to forget the past
Judge E. K. Per- flower or a sheer, lacy but cluttered attics 1 are and sister Mr. and Mrs. Curtis the of almost
o b the County Pattern No. 8126 I Is in alze 34 Mrs. Gilbert Gay and Mrs. Dock undecided to point and go on with him into a more
Bums' Chalr- 38 short sleeves requires breeding grounds for fires under Varnea.:: learn are going out of my mind. It has never honorable future then of course you
duties to 48. Size Waters regret to they
will be 39-Inch materiaL normal conditions. Sparks from Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rye and seemed to me possible that any might relent and accept the more
mprehensive 5 yard in the Alachua County
will ln scope ; faulty chimneys can tart a fire eon and daughters, Buddy, Betty patients! wishes each woman could be in any doubt about distinguished destiny. A faultless

cooperate with all just as readily as an Incendiary and Barbara Jean of Falatka, Koppltal. Everyone which man she wants, but the circumstances husband Is a fearful and wonderful

the a and endeavor to co- Name................................ bomb. Every one in every house Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goodge of of Mr.them and a speedy Mrs. W recovery.H. Bryan and her. are peculiar, thanksto thing, so be sure that you are reluctantly t

work of volunteer hold should observe these 'ten Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Alfred my little-girl folly, and I really talked over. If you decideto

Addr M.Pattern.............................. commandments' of fire prevention Varnes of Graham and Mr. and daughter, Billy Lee and Mrs, don't know what to do. Robert says be talked over. U might be that
I Sr of Gainesvillewere
attend a Red Cross In- 1 : Mrs. Luther Harper 0 f Boom- Hardy he will leave It entirely to my conscience in the future you will be glad to remind

t nxnweek at the San ...................................... "Keep chimneys, stoves and furnaces town had dinner on the lake here visiting Mr. and Mrs Eldon and that he knows I will him that your decision was a

I in good repair. Louis Parrish Hardy Sunday. ) and while that made to marry Jay when Robert ,
where the clean and with Mr. and Mrs decide rightly; yet-
............... and Douglas lIaz.en
be of ...... Perry Gainey otherwise. 1..
discussed and plan Naaw paper. Never force a heating plant. Calla and family Sunday. the may make ;you smile with the idea persuaded you
of the U. of spent
uture activities. that he wouldn't mind getting out of With either man the success or i
...... heating expert.
......... .be. week-end with their parents Mr.
urns ha. been : K"" "Empty ashes Into metal containers RULED INDEX CAKO9! SxS: it entirely himself. I know that at failure of the marriage rest with

wOrk since ngaced nand IS e.nU In edit for never wooden ones. Keep $1 per BRADFORD COUNTYTEUCOKAFU. and Mrs. II. P. Gainey and Mr. 36. he has never cared for any woman you. With Jay you probably would
1933 when d..lr. and Men B. F. Hazen.
connected each patwrn and mope that contain oil or but me and would be deeply have cheerful companionship, more
With the F. rags and Mr Herschel Lay-
In 1936 Patricia Dew' PmttenwCM stains In covered metal con- Mr. stricken at losing me. laughter more of the unexpectedthan
d 91" when the Wel- W. 17Ua St.. New. Terk. N. T. paint field< and IW on, Darrell. were recently Robert Worries.. i with Robert But with Robert
tnnst'erred organized where "Guard against accumulation visiting his parent In "His brother tells me he cannot you would have wealth position, the

lned until to It of rubbish anywhere especially in Remember titian Trenton. sleep nights for worrying; over this power a young wife with both can

of last October, basement."Be Intuit Mrs. Hugh Rahn and daughter!; thing; the brother doesn't know all wield and the knowledge very

POaltlon December Ihe' ac- DR. LEMUEL COLSON attic or and cigar Myrna Lou. are visiting Mrs. Jim the circumstance Robert has had much to your' credit that you' did
at Camp sure cigarette A Dime Out of from him and 1
It Head- entirely Mott and family the old house completely modern not conceal anything
aches are
Call1p Blanding retbere DENTIST stumps and before pipe disposing of Every Dollar in Corp. Roscoe Parrish of Ft. ized; he hat talked to me of our that he contracted this marriagewith

S took Until the present I OFFICE 139 CALL ST. out Benning, Ga., spent last week life together as though it were a'' his eye; open to your early

peal Cros up her new duties 1; ADKINS BLJXJ. them."Always disconnect non-auto U.S.War Bonds with his parents, Mr.\. and Mrs. '),ream too precious ever to be real- I history

Monday May when J. R. Parrish.
I matic electrical appliances


l', imti>ronn COUNTY TKLKr.itiii.; STAUKK. FLORIDA Fltllitr
) .. ".\ : T"N: I Yha

't Vacation School- I Keeping Mediterranean Lifeline Open Gas jr Rationinr

J t"- l? At Baptist Church .,.; -, Official U. S. Treasury War Bond Quotas For May Keeps Loi Board B
r.- 'n' pat i

Vicallon( Bible Si..hool openedat co,..,......,.............c..,.........00 thr.% "
I thr /lldplist, Ctiunh Monday as buss m<"Jration.iK ,
ek '
May II, with four departments ?
week i t
end a faculty of 1 18 The pastor, ing from t ,+ee, :
.,'"I; "I the Kev A. E Llglilfoot, Ix principal 1521,500. receivcii.I Ial. Y9

t t 'arda E,
y The Intermediate Depart- LLowuitwu first da>:

{ ment If) led by Mm R. A. Thomas,, | ;SIy,0a0 $a,500J LT4jo0 T1i.ww Thlinumbei,
Is superintendent the Juniors by | Starke IV"
f i3ROj ,1's00jw.alw; l 4l1,900 i992900 alone wtl\t, .
Mrs. G. A, Anderson "uperlntendent $ ?? county boars
the Primary Department by il,5o from. yet''M,
"" t r nJ And .
'G ; Mm. T B Harding, supt.; Beginnem t $$9. 900 ii&8oo jrrJ.00 about .OOO w" '
i'. by Mrs. A. K Lightfoot I YAJ loo'w l! t s oo 112Q000 registered at Pel'1lonl
Handwork la taught by 400} Camp
supt. | 1w would be
+ 7
aA.w handled .
Mrs. L H Jennings and Mrs. : I p v r J 12J200i $14,40vb 0 tr through the Starke *,
Walker Will lama Alice Jun e I 110"600
{ Harding la the General Secretary. I 11,50011; 1'78400i132,100' Among those i allSbtil!

Refreshments are served each I 1900 registration Were:
t'. day by the W. M. U. The school Palos Shepherd M,',. Llltlo
-I Mrs
will continue until Friday, May "" Warren P.r II,
65,900 ;
' i Ji 22 Mr. Lightfoot announced yes sea when { Anderson Mrs 1.11"
Mediterranean '
In the i
This photo was made somewhere 1158'q0 Mrs Kthel:
is ; O'ol'i; terday. units 0' the l&aUaa fleet engaged a British convoy escort on their way gr54 Wall Mrs Biggs.,
from Alexandria to the besleced Island 0' I\laUa. 1& shows a British FLORIDA wrTUluws tg1500 Eunice 8eJ

Mrs. T. B. Shirley light cruiser throwing out a smoke screen to shield Ute convoy sheU as 1 5900 l55 00 lrI ton Billie Elder, J.nf Ma4;
,t d r another British cruiser elevates her' forward 5.25 guns ready to Miss Prancej .
uolff c ._
1 Mrs, T. B Shirley 81, a former the Italian fleet.'Building situ 400 ;I-t. Verna Oemoiest, IIn

I r ,";. resident of Brooker, died on I $! i.4Q.r'1 I 24700I Lou Vining Mn DJS

Sunday, April 26, In a Miami hoep Mrs Evelyn; Rite,,, ib J
,i MaterialsNot *
pltal. She was the wife of the War Work Demands 18,80(] nI our $2,500a Nichols, Harmon S
tare T. n. Shirley who died on Used Marcia Spmkraani
Being 1r,4
i .urwsouaa t3130
1p Mae
January 9 of this! year, Comfortable Shoes Knight

I f i Mr and oM 1''*. Shirley were married Needed By F. W. A.In U. S. Treasury # 605800- f119oeoo* > {t. _.-

( 1 itrgi 65 years ago and are survived every village, town and city Is ,", MYtw USO Veteran*I

', NNN by five I children: W. Ballet Slipper PopularFor 499 0 .. t x,600
gy Official t ,
oftentimes In }
In the nation, and May 2Jth
t i rl Shirley, D. P Shirley and Jesse eulnowttrslu hai 'bea,
'a iul
xM the rural districts, there are Items I/x aa Veteran
DressUp.By s
Shirley, all of Miami; Mrs. LocaL # Day in
Y Norwood of 1'alatka, and Mrs. B. of construct materials In usable War Bond Quotas for May ;70700260D'. 1500 122,20L. clubs throughout tlo
condition that be used Veterans
I). Siipp of Dude City, can CHERIE NICHOLAS ,awro 2330Q..h of Bmdforfoi
rb today with good effect In building ,wrcai invited to
} visit
t : ti, Mia. Shirley wan a loyal member I Now when the American woman 69,60 1LL"1 the CsJ
war public works projects. i wA./18000 Starke
of the Freewill' Baptist engaged In defense activities must .....I 9,100 Sunday dim!
;: I Reid W. Dlggea, Regional Repletientatlve : 24. A program
Church of Urooker, where she be on her feet many wearisome I loos IIW IGGe tsft>IIh''
of Federal WoiksAdministration occasion has
( lived for 15 years. She was a the hours each day footwear comfort Llu51Y'slwur""' been p,
+ In Atlanta, wantsa S will be given' at fsoi:
faithful wife and a devoted mother becomes an actual necessity. Recognizing
Yf r' '( and will be remembered by the lint and description of every- the demands to be made 3001 4.00: to 6:00: o'clock.

many friends she made while living thing of this nature that can be upon feminine feet this spring and May Quota for -5 B00 I ; 245,400

,f ; In this section. used In Its present condition In summer, America's shoe designers Lot Changes 1J,

4 f They moved to Miami In 1920 order that It may be substitutedfor have made H their duty to create

W p and were the oldest known couple new materials now so vitally shoe fashions that do not lack interesting State, $5,794,200 A, J. Thomas and I I

d App +. In Dade County, Mr, Shirley being needed In the production of design or style prestige but SI,600 $192 200 recently gold a lotJ)

( 7t 91 years old at the time of planes, tanks, ships guns and otter the maximum amount of com the new bridge on ta|

1' bls death, and! Mrs. Shirley 81. other engines of war. fort.The Allan Roth.

tt Mr. Diggs Is appealing to every cry for common sense low w1i1rT

Singing Association person In A I a b a ma, Georgia, heeled shoes that have "style" and l14302,500/t

Florida, Mississippi, South Caroline comfort. well has been answered. 430,400 O F
+ The 21st annual convention of and Tennessee who has on Rest assured that from now on you

t'. +w the GeoiKla-Floilda' Slngern' AI
}" elation will be held at the high not now In active use to send shoes that have low heels, soft flexible !5,600 eQaVICTORY a'i
t ea
i I
leather and Intriguing detail. i
school auditorium in Valdosta him a description of what he has

+ .: Ga., on Sunday, May 17. All and the lowest possible price of It The forward push of casual types i ,9oo,19,5001l 200t BUY.,
singers and lovers of good gospel Among the materials needed are and spectator classics of broguesand T.o

y( i "1.. Hinging are cordially Invited to steel rails, water tanks and ptandI ghlllics. made from softer, (wr I WAR ,.

; attend. I pipes of all sizes, file escapes, lighter leathers such as calf, kid- .'h:

; p grates, boilers, pipe railings, steel skin and unlined suede, means new 1 STAMPS 't .r D. iJ''

;;; i Susie Elizabeth Andreu door and window sash, structural comfort to you who are accustomed -

'" Yl steel, metal threuhholdi, cant iron to considerable walking and

Ii Mrs. Sunle Klizabelh: Andreu, pipe and fittings of all sizes, gal- standing Then there's the special 1N .. N N N'L"
s half sister of George and Robert vanized pipe and steel reinforcing welt oxford in brown calf with me- ,

wl Cone of Starke, died Saturday dium heel which has been officially
night at her home near Jackson rods.Mr.. Dlgges that approved at volunteer women'sheadquarters. The above map of Florida shows the War Bond I, armed forces take the offensive against the Axis

ville. Funeral services were held these materials emphasized quotas, by counties for the month of powers.The American voluntary method of War Bond
are not wantedfor Total War Bond quota for the State Is $5784,200. purchases must be successful reaching the quotas
i afternoon For Your Con
and Interment
sa .Monday scrap but for possible Immediate Color is the big sensation that will
Every income earner In the State Is expected to step- set by the Treasury Department for every county In ;
In Dekle
wa Cemetery Lake use In their take most of us by surprise Make
form In
; Butler.CLASSIFIED. war public works present ready to see lots of It in footwear. up War Bond purchase on a basis of ten per cent or the nation. The job of every American now is to I Thercrfor of various
more of Income This Is necessary to help America's stop spending and save dollars to.help win the War
kinds now being constructedIn t Then, too, look for straps and I Telegraph Is Ev
tM rY I the Southeastern States Mr. I fancy lacings in the "pretty-pretty" -

1 i I Dlggea' address Is 312 Spring i shoes that are as conspicuously In InvertSugar creasing Its Sk
Street N. W.. Atlanta Ga. evidence as are the shoes of sturdier 1 Syrup
FOR SALE-Fryel'to. one and a type. What better "pickup"for j NANCY ar-- &lvsi/Aatcgcr, Will Make Ration Office Supplieil

l 4 rl r' half pounds up. Day-old chicks, Fine Water CoolerThe the modern woman than wearing Are Some of Tk\\
A. New Hampshire reds, hatched in her leisure hours, foot-flatter I KNEW IT Go Further

weekly. K. E. Wa dln, three City Hall has made In- lag shoes. To help ;you put your WOULD WOIKEVERYBODY e Items Now Car'.
; $ '4. miles north of Waldo on State numerable Improvements within best foot forward when you entertain DON Home-makers can make their

m 1 road 13. 5-1 3tp the last few months. First, 1 It your soldier or sailor there will SEES sugar rations go further by makIng
&&t warmed be more than the usual share of bewitchingly GNUR Machine?
P FOR SALE--On Highway 1 1-2 up by InHtulling a fine I S LOOK and using Invert sugar syrup, Adding

,Yq,. t miles south of town of Lawtey new circulating oil heater Later feminine creations. A NOW the Florida Agricultural Experiment Carbon Papnj<<
It growing fashion that carries 'atten
on, brightened
up by putting
29( acres, more or lens, with Station points out.
% in fluorescent lighting fixtures. lion to the ankle is the ballet type $u + Manila Clasp Em
concrete block building: Price
O Again It cleaned up by painting slipper, which Is a sophisticated ver DEFENS Invert sugar syrup, which i Is
'b'it $1,200 with term to null purchaser. 30 percent sweeter than I is Envelop!!
Inside and out, floors and all. lion of the laced ghillie. As It's sugar Pay
J. L. Harrell, Lawtey, BONDS w good for sweetening fruits
Then It broadened out by giving ever so ankle-slimming it should very GII|
sJu i 5-l-3tp itself more room to carry on Its count on a bright future. AND i;i ti ; and vegetables In baking, and In

Carr N WILL, 1>PKKSON who took glass varied duties. 4 S1AM 4 ,, making Ice cream, according to Ruled Indes Cm fInk

i case out of pocketbook in bus, The latest thing now Is that It 'Up' Hair-Do I workers.Experiment Station dairy research (Finis 8 Q
1' with gold watch Inside, please has cooled off Although some I II ,

return to Bradford County Telegraph months ago the City Council refused ""-M .... ".. The syrup Is easily made b:larking 0
q$ 1 office. $5 reward No to Install a water cooler for f .," ,,/; ,t mixing one pound of sugar ,an i
vi question a ked. 5-8 2tp the workers and visitors at the AY seven ounces of water, then add Ruled Legal NoteljManuscript

t h City Hall, yet now It had "gone y?f'ii A ing 1-4 teaspoon of tartaric acid, Cf
the last mile of the way" along '",, ,, covering and gently boiling the
milk cows, stock cows beef that line by Installing a Cordley ":1't.//"iN Rte. I mixture for 30 minutes Each ILlimeograPhSui
cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get ." Op
cupful of the
electric ,
water cooler resultingsyrup P
1 In which It pur : :' 71 MimeographllJmeograph
touch with ,
Odom Jr., chased from the Raybro Electric .' ,{( equal in sweetness to one cupfof
MAi YI 1 Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Supply Co., Inc.. of Jacksonvilleat ;(;A'J. .h. : sugar. When It Is used f in I
City: Telephone 481 Lake City. I ICt9NTR6v.TED
N,4 l Auction market every Thursday a coat of around $140. / tAAr7t baking and In Ice cream, allowance Onion Skin P
w' must be made for the fact
1 on aU classes of live stock
Vang/tans that the syrup la about onethirdwater PencilsPencil
at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. Away in
adding other liquid in
h d 5-8-43 Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vaughan gredients. Sha

'OR SALK:-New plumbing fixtures of Vaughan'a Castle Lunch on TO 741d'DEir'ENSE. -ZRNI'.JI' Invert sugar syrup la not a new Duplicate Receipt'
.s4V1NG.5' PROGRAM ,
y 1942 8-foot Kelvinator Temple Avenue have been called .ztVSN'J.L11q.Jasper discovery, for It has been known Rubber ]Ban"! !

tit+ S tsMA, 4 gas stove, hot water tank, electrical to Raleigh, N C., to the bedside r"t for years by chemists and food

d, flxtuies. See Mrs. O. L. of Mrs. Vaughan't mother, Mrs. scientists, but no proved directions Salespads ScotciJ

Beasley. Walnut St., Starke 1t 3. P. Lyons, who Is critically 111. for its use bas been made hlJC!

r Mrs. Vaughan recently returned r'qp. Letter BoxLawtey Newton Payne available to manufacturers! of ice Stapling

aF NURSING WANTFU.nu"e with from there where she attended ream when the Experiment Station Rubber StaafJ'
pto< 18 years experience desired I to the funeral of her father, J. P. Jasper Newton Payne -63 died dairy technology staff began
care for old folks, children or Lyons.Mr. ; Saturday afternoon at his borne working with it several months Stenographer

,: Starke.maternity cates. Box 431-n. Lyons, who owned anti operated May 12,, 1942 Fla, here after a long Illness. A na ago. After many tests and other Typewriter Ri

2tp the Massachusetts Tourist tive of Cleveland research 'work, the'scientists
: Bradford Ga., he had liv *aP!
WAN 1-Kb ?6 BUY-All klaJa of Camp near Raleigh left It to Mrs.\ County Telegraph: ed In Starke for the two found it practical and satisfactory Shipping
t store, office, cafe and bakery Vaughan. While away, the Please allow me space to thank : years. to replace :50 percent of the sugar Metal Rim T

F,' to s equipment Bent cash prices. Vaughans will arrange to re-open all who voted for me on May 5. necessary with the Invert sugar
Large stock used equipment on the tourist camp and will return I appreciate the nice vote I received -I Among: other relatives, he Is syrup If they added one pound of O. K. Paper F
t survived
hand at all to Starke In the near future. by his widow, Mrs' milk solids for
""t time. We buy, sell Mrs. each pound otuglLl' f
very much and am also Theresa Paper
t and trade. Jacksonville Fix- John L. Perry' assisted by Mrs. I Josephine Payne, and a eliminated from the ice Asco
r glad to tell I have
you a daughter, Mrs.
Calvin Kathleen lode
ture &: Sales Co, 702 W. Bay Henley and Miss Lucille candidate: I Smythe cream mix. Card File
Howard, for office six times in both of Starke.

U jJ_ Jacksonville. Fla. 5-15'21p Castle launch will- -_. have,In.. thAI.....charge.. _ah, of___.the the Lawtey precinct In the last 25 ,' Funeral services were held Mon The results. of the research have Card Indes'Ererhandy 'Tr2,
,, F T ,I W ANTIl!: >Pomtlon an h 0 u s e W"" """ years and have carried It each day afternoon at two o'clock In proved a boon to Ice cream manufacturers Papal

?k keeper.--Mrs Robert Lang>iton, Building CompletedCarl Irae. I the residence, with the Rev. Chas who now can obtain ,
only 70
cure of Mrs. W. II. Perkins 515 With beat wishes to the man H. Allen, pastor of the Pres percent of the amount of Clip Board( ;,Uh

,ir fi + W, Call St.. Box 185. itp Johns U completing this who wins 1 am yours for better byterian Church, officiating. sugar the they invert obtained In 1941. Useof rap er
i ddb I week a beautiful Interment was In sugar syrup does not ExpandingMetal
WILL block rehool.s:1. Crosby Lake lower the
;, I math SWAPRemington or Winchester auto- building Just beyond the city : H. Moore Cemetery under the direction of the Ice cream.quality The of sweetness! of ] FileS

shot pump 12Kit. limits on Road 13 north of Starke. It's here again-the up-swept hair- Key-McCabe Funeral Home of Station Experiment Wire
gun for hogs, received calls from
saddle It was built Halls Jacksonville. India Inky
horse or boat and traller--J. by the Bradford dot Be the first to welcome spring Buy FarmsObe Ice cream manufacturers In

4 ._ \\'. Jordan, Engineering Company consists!! of with this flattering halrtirezs. A sections of the man Marvel pus
JordanHotel five sleeping rooms, favorite method F. Hall and Arthur H. Hall, country for Information
Court,, Starke. and will be and one most be- CorrectionIt B
? lip ready for rent this week, Mg coming, I Is to pile a profusion of little brothers, each purchased a 12- about using the syrup and ScratchInk Pad
I of them .J.
s's + WANTED Colored girl t o do Johns stated Monday, curls atop the head In the manner acre farm Monday from Col. D. was reported last week that Ice many cream with it.are now making Eraser Stlla:

housework.--Mrs. H. E. Tucker, illustrated above At the back the E. Knight three miles south of there was a small fire at the
r 215 N Walnut street. Up Alan Roth Builds hair is brushed up very smoothly 'tarke on Road 28 toward Pa- I Gardenia tourist home. This wasan Ring Binden

t.k -I i from the nape of the neck. The high latka. The price was around : error, as the fire was at the Thanks Voters
FOR SALK-Ford V-8 coach Contractors Hall A Hall (Obe F. I coiffure pictured below in the above 450: each, Obe Hall stated Mon I residence of Mrs. W. T Oliver, a
4 "k 1936 model two-door; good and Arthur H.) began Wednesday illustration is worn with a maize- day. These two farms are on block away.'Christian. desire to express my sincere --

+ tire and motor. Tag and' the construction for Allan Roth colored dinner gown. A pair of daz- opposite sides of the road and appreciation to the voters of

sticker owned by private party of a 1-story frame-stucco building zling diamond heart clips adds a both men plan to build homes Church County Commissioner District No.

t s $225 Terms. Address K,, care, 20x50 feet on the south aide of finishing touch. And the twin clips there In the very near future. 2, North Starke Precinct for the BRADFpR'

of Telegraph itp road 261 Just across the bridge. follow the current trend toward: The residence. will be frame Services will be held at the vote and support given me in the CpU V'f1'
According to Obe Hall the "groups." tucco. They will also have a Christian Church First Primary Election of May
FOR con-
beds.KhNT-:-Mr rooms with aoubie tract price of the building Is $1,- few cow and hop, Mr. Hall said. A. M. The Rev. Sunday Wm. J.at Mln-11 3th., and in return for same I TELEphone<
L. D. Vining, Phone 400. and The brothers pledge my best efforts In
It will be : are contractors, spew will bring behalf
49. Starke. / completed Office Sup lien. the message at of the 2JfH
It within five or six weeks. p Bradford working together on all their con- that hour, and communion service District and the County
County Telegraph. tracts. will follow the sermon. at larje.

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