Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02751
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02751
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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a L lyL ceded Jail Remains UnchangedAs Bradford Exceeds USO Plans Fine ProgramFor Second, Primary t',

e "" ipping All Starke Moves Ahead War Bond QuotaIn Veteran's Day SundayAmong Will Be Held l

lid d Station ,_w,. __..,____ ___ .____,= the artists to participate The four local usa clubs are \
DriveWith on the Veterans'
Pledge Day at
t? rA the USO club No 1 Sunday program after- keeping la perfect step with simi Next Tuesday ;

LIIbY nature stores\ Rave gen- noon at 3 o'clock will be Pvt lar organizations throughout the
nated 20 cots for use ten working days yet to John VlcaJ guitar and mandolin Nation In celebrating "Veteran's The second, primary, which is. :

laI Lt Aid Station in the go, the $14,900 quota for War soloist He U. known In Europe Day" next Sunday, May 24. It Is Florida I 1:4 tantamount to a gen- l
I Legion home and now I bonds and stamps I n Bradford : (where he has played under such the purpose of this event to eral election, will be held next I

I starke are being asked I w'' County for the month of May, had distinguished. conductors as Ma*- acquaint veterans of the first Tuesday May 26. Since the process ,(
4nhl ]nens. blankets and pll- been practically doubled up to cagnl) as the "Paganinl of the of elimination was! so successful ,
I Tuesday night, according to reports Mandolin World War with what Is being ,
,the cots. Theajs do- and in one of the In Urn first. primary May l
Ld ulPI not be new articles from the 'local bank and greatest living artists of the guitar done fop the soldiers' In the present 3, there Is a strong likelihoodthat r

iarke Dry Cleaners &: postoff Ice, and mandolin. Critics, have struggle Also, to let the few voters will go to the '

pd us offered to launder Postmaster Fred F, Stump reported been unanimous In their acclaimof "buddies" get better acquaintedwith polls next Tuesday. However,
materials free of charge. that more than $15.000 this virtuoso, of the concert each other and talk over there are still some Important
, Irlbutiona may also be worth had already been sold at stage and radio. Ills more recent old times. quiMtloriH to lw' settled.

r. i the Woman's Serviceon the Starke poatofflce, while W. B. I activities Include recordings for There will be a bund. concert at Who shall be Congressman. to
of the USO has al- Sewell president'' ol the Florida both Victor and, Columbia and 4 P. M. and the "Unlltid for take up the standard In the Sec f
sId iited $5 Hankat! Staike, stated that bank regular broadcasts over all major Americans" will be ond district to continue the work
a sales of bonds had reached total: American! radio networks. presented by I
st Aid Station has no n the men from Camp lilandliiic at so ahly carried, on during the past
4 w''h StarkC's new of $10.)00. These amounts do Pvt. Joe Stemplrr l to acclaimedas USO Club No. 1 ( YMCA) with 17 or 18 years by Starke's own
d Star and will be used asTers not Include those bonds and one of the finest accordionists all other agencies cooperating! at Lex Green'?! The vote is betweentwo !

tit for an operating stamp sold at the other pout-. of the Chicago/! area. I'vt. Miller 5 I' 1Thll! entertainment! .la. Jacksonville men J, a.
Cse of air raid. The 20 offices In the County. has years of professional! experIence not only for member of the (Jim) Caryatid Emory II. Price.\

being equipped are only Instead of Bradford Countlana in and near Detroit as a JoneH-Langford-Whlte post ol The official May S ballot showed I;

fportlon of the number now folding their hands and say. singing/ guitarist.Pvt. the American Legion, but for all Cary 46 votes ahead of Price In t'
)w ike should have, since Ing there Is nothing more to do, Cameron Pattee baritone, ex-service men. It was stated ata Bradford County( and a little, r
danger zones," in which Mayor Walnwrlght points out Starke's. "black hole of ('alcutla"while this success! will no doubt have actor and director--has (tail ex- special" meeting at USO No 1 over l.OOO ahead of him in the t,

classified, have been a negro prisoner! looks. out dejectedly, and Chief Alvarez agrees ,' the opposite', effect causing tensive "Little Theatre" acting Monday afternoon In planning for entire DUtrlct.
quip cots for a tenth off that the Jail Is dangerously otercruMded. thoughtful men and women to and production experience, as well this celebration, that there were In District No. 1 (Lawtey andNorth h\
population. buckle their belts a bit tighter as concert and radio singing. possibly l.OOO veterans of (the Starke), J. S. (Buddy)

I ) |e who can make a do- We've been streamlined neonod air conditioned; and furnish the money to send Pvt. Thayer Lewis has been on last world. war now stationed at Norman Incumbent and Lorenzo }I

this Important work We're getting a much-needed health center a magnificentnew more tanks and guns and planes the stage since a child, as musician Camp Illanding. This entertainment Green, are In the run off for i
ict Mrs. Clifton Brown school i I Ito fight and conquer the foe. actor and punt mimist is for them also, and all School:: Bonn! member.
even a new fire station .
J. Epperson, Jr:, Mrs. Pvt. Bob Minor master of ceremonies soldiers and civilians are cordially The County Canvassing Board
6 phone number is 141 But there is still one toilet In the city jail and sometimes' as Vacation School Is an actor, comedian and, invited to attend. has announced the following of-

many as 27 culprits are herded into sleeping quarters originally Impersonator. Has had professional J. A. May, director of USO No. I ficial return from the first prl-

designed for four. I I To Give PageantAs experience i In legitimate 3, stated that he would send out matyr

ria Control In less than two years since the establishment of Camp Blan- Closing EventThe theatre, vaudeville and night clubs letters of Invitation to ull ex-ser Conltrp"sman-ut-Iarge: Harney i

',ding, Starke han metamorphosed from a dozing village Into a bustling In New York, Chicago and Los vice men In this vicinity and S. J. Cohen 113; Lex Green 1706;

miniature metropolis. With a single exception, not one businessor > closing program of the Angeles A, Weldon, commander of the Earnest Overstreet 225: ; Wallace
VIayHere facility has remained untouched by the hand of progress. That Presbyterian Episcopal Vacation Warrant Officer Hchnvioth was ,. local American Legion post, will Tervln 51 Congressman from the
exception Is the tiny out-of-date, Inadequately equipped jail blockin Church School will take place at at one time concert moister In send Invitation", to all members Second district: James R. lloyd

a 1 xl -foot enclosure at the City HaJJ.Evel'yone the Episcopal Church at 7:30: o'- some of Europe's largest symphony Marcus F, lirown will be the personal Jr.. 10-1; J. G. (Jim) Cary 4M! ;
the past three weeks clock tonight (Friday). orchestras, and is equally representative of the local Ziich It. Douglas 888; T W. Parsons -
le work has been recognizes the need for improvement along this line, well known as a conductor\ of }
done and
/ This program will be In the post will make a brief appearance Jr, 47; Kmory II. Price 414;
ducing- the malaria In- but so far things have gotten nowhere fast. City officials say "We form of a pageant In which all Opera, Symphony Orchestras and on the program. At the Helen Hunt Went 63.: j,
Bradford don't have the money" and the_ Oratorio. conclusion of
Countythe the program all
of theweek .
pupils school will Supreme Court Justice Group
cooperation of the Federal works agencies they Staff Sergeant Marvin McGee Ix veterans are Invited to go to the 3 L
say participate. The theme of the It L. (Tom) Sebrlng 1138: ;
ibllc Health Service, the haven't co-sponsored a project of Williams ResignsAs school has been "missions and, the well-known in his native state of NCCS for refreshments. Theo T Turnbutl 289. R. K.

ard of Health and the this nature In their history. life of Paul," and the pageantwill an Texas as a choral director, and la An Aitillery bund, under the Commlxslnnnr. Group L: Raymond
ealth Unit.B. be In accord with this. All accomplished organist and accompanist direction of Warrant Officer J. Davis 387; Eugene S. Matthews
Gordon has been in It isn't that anyone wants to Principal parents! and friends of the as well. Hehmsoth. will present an hour's 1079; Charles M Stewart ;

!this work. He has a coddle a lawbreaker and regale churches are cordially Invited. musical program In front of the 230. K. R. Commissioner, Group N
12 men with Walter Nlz- him with deluxe accommodationsequal The cooperative fchool has been Great ImportanceOf U8O club beginning at 4 o'clock. 2: H. M. (Harry) Burch 119;

C Crl foreman. The work to those found in the finest E. L. Williams. 'who.( for the very successful'tjfla year with Bond ElectionIs baritone eololat and a pantomime Jerry W Carter 1105; Wilbur C.
far been principally hotels but In' the good name of past four 'years has been princi- special emphaalp an an excellent artist will perform, and also King 210; R, I* (Bob) 8weg I
liarke. it haa consisted. health, and..sanitation,.. there Is pal of the Bradford High-School, study program, ataoT handwork that Stressed "the world's greatest mandolin 125. t k
itlgatlng collections of need for Improvement, and'soon. under date of May 19, addressed everyone enjoyed">-'At the close of player' will appear on the Legislature: George H. Inman I ,,
breeding of the mlsquito Take a look inside that cubbyhole : the following letter of resignationto the first", week the school enjoyeda Still another reason why you program. Bob Minor will be 1301; Jake P. Roberts 831) Co. '
ies malaria, and oiling where 27 prisoners sometimes the "Hon. Board of Trustees, picnic at the end of the day's should go to the polls on June IU master of ceremonies and will also Commissioner District 1: T. T. !
and cleaning of ditches spend an Intimate week-end: Starke, School District! 3": 'work, worship and fun. Parents and vote FOR bonds! is the fact give: Impersonations. Blackburn 100; I'. 1) Reddish f
f areas, Only areas In There is a 10x10 iron cell block "I wish to tender my resigna- of the pupils were present. (hat certain changes and additions Highlight of the day "Ilallad 208. Co. Commissioner, District i

rl anopheles, or malaria- containing four bunks (upper and, tion of the Bradford County High Another feature of the school bad to be made this weekIn for Americans" depicts in music No. 2: L. L. Conner 413; W, Mitch
mosquito, Is found aree lower decks). There are no wash School. was the Pet Show, which took the plans for Improvements to and free verse the birth and development dwardi>: 401.) School Hoard, District -
of. The pest moaqui- bowls, basins or other conven- "For the past four years I have place Wednesday. All pup 11s the old B. H. S. building In orderto of America. A chorus'" No.1: L. I>. Green 416; J.
not molested. iences. done my best to raise the scholastic brought with them to Bible School strengthen the auditorium, and of 20 men under the leadershipof H. Moore 350; J. 8. ( Ruddy) Nor.

radford County Health As a natural result of Starke's standards and strengthen the the pets most dear to their make it safe. Staff Sergeant Marvin McGeo, man 432. School Hosed. District
i ady and willing to give soaring population arrests duringthe school organization. The patronsof hearts, and during assembly per- S. H. Sparks, chairman of the will furnish the music 3: O. C. Krlley 311; R. J. Lewis I

i nation on diagnosis pred past two years have Increasedtwo the community who have desired iod they were exhibited and judg ''I County Board of Public Instruction This superb variety show has 274. Democratic Committee-
treatment of malaria o r three hundred percentover a good school have been ed. wired to find out whether been staged six times already woman from Precinct No. 6: Miss a
eenlng )III not possible at the peaceful pre-Blanding i most helpful and sympathetic with Prizes were as follows: I or not the Government would five times at Camp Blanding and Ida H.ignn: 38; Mrs. Floy Sulli-
r 'it time there are other era. The police forced which once me in these efforts. I am deeply Best groomed-Margaret Mon- take care of the additional ex- once In the Interest of Navy Re- van 11.Donkey.
available. This ia an- consisted of Chief Lonzl Alvarez Indebted to these patrons for their telth's white Persian cat. pence The following telegram icf at St. Augustine, and all veterans
>y In which your health and a night man, now boasts a support and confidence. Prettiest Cat-Rebecca Simp- from Acting Regional Engineer, of former wars, all soldiers Baseball
help you total of six regular coppers and "I wish to express to you, tbe son's Tiger cat.Homeliest Hollin Rltter of Atlanta, under and civilians are cordially Invitedto
several "extras," working i on trustees, my sincere appreciationfor Dog-Kasper Dun- date of May 19, Is selfexplanatory see It free Sunday afternoonat Played Tonight

1 s Auto weekends! and Army pay days. your thoughtful considerationand can's English bull dog. : 4 o'clock, when the band con-
MP's have established headquarters faithful support in all under- Smallest Pet Mary Katherine "With reference to your telegram cert begins.Building. If you want to get your 39

i nU Mystery, In the City Hall, but all they takings. You have proven your Dodd's red ant. of May 18, regarding cents worth and laugh until your
can do Is to collect culprits until selves to be competent businessmen Most unusual Pet HolUs Docket Fla. 8.101 additional Ides hurt-but not too bad-then
tog to Sheriff A. O.. An- they, get a truck load and then who are interested In the Knight. Jr.'s turtle. grant payment will be forthcomIng Leased don't mlSH the Donkey Baseball
IM2 Chevrolet coupe was spirit them away to the Army's things that are beat for the students -i Again special mention and. Invitation after the bond election to be For Laundry game tonight (Friday), at Bradford r
week In a, hammock stockade. of the school. The faculty' Is extended to all par Mid June 16-provided the election Park-the High School football j

"else miles west of Is fortunate in having trustees of I ents and friends of the two carries J. P. Roberts, local automobile field. Every playar will ridea
Some folks out huckle. Mayor N.D. Wainwright, Jr.. your high calibre. i churches to attend the Pageant on dealer, last week leased to Mack donkey. (If he can), and It Is

"ting found It,' he laid I first elected, on and the brink) serving of the "I have a position In a defense Friday night, at which time all Nervy Thief Roth, brother of Allan Roth, the hoped that a game can be arranged
boom now
Urea missing The car Blanding Industry and will not be available I handwork is leather, jig saw building which now stands on lots between soldiers and clvllans. -
his second term, said, in discussing Gets Tire .
License tag. and although :for school work this fall." plastics, metal tapping etc. will Mayor's 3, 4 and S of block 16 In the
re the matter: "I have repeat- The American Legion In the
many papers in the car I be displayed. Temples addition This Is the
nODe of them edly urged a new Jail, or an enlargement Monday night a thief stole an building on Temple Avenue which sponsor, and the proceeds go to
any of the one Manassa House entire wheel-tire and alloffthe
clue present the benefit of the Athletic Asso
as to the 111 now occupied by the J. P.
or his possible owner where-of since I first entered office." Chief Almost CompleteMr. Church And City car of Mayor N, D. Wainwright Roberts Motors near the Union elation Admission prices will be

Sheriff Andreu wired the Alvarez also realizes the need and I Make A TradeEven Jr. The Mayor went to Bus Station. 39 cents for civilians and 17 cents
Underwriters the Council does, too. The City and Mrs. Thomas F Grady Lawtey earlier In the evening, he for soldier'" and children.
the serial The lease will take effect June
of the Dad. have asked for co-sponsor will after the City secured a laid, in a car with a friend, leav- Everybody Is Invited to come
car Mrs. P. H. move
in an effort lIS. and the consideration Is $1-
the owner. ship of the government in a project sometime next week into their I strip of land three feet wide from ing his own car parked just out- out and see the Went Texas ball-
800 with two yeafa
the that would meet requirementshere Walnut the Methodist Church, there Is aide his yard at the corner of per year pay- playing donkeys-America's laugh
papers home at 333 North
were hunting new able In advance, the balance to be
sag licenses but the request has either is modem still not enough room between the Clark and Jackson streets. Upon sensation. Time: 8:30: P, M.
street. The residence a
dated at the rate of $150
far paid
as of red of Hall which returning home about 9 o'clock, permonth.
1936 and been lost in a swirl tape of concrete back door the City (
1937 in the -room bungalow, This rent will prevail
Robert or is held up because of restrictions is the front door for the Farm he decided to drive his car Into Interesting VacationMrs.
and has been "
Redding, also a masonry throughout, "for the duration of the war,
t which neither the Fed- Security Administration and the the garage. When he cranked It I'
statements from Bob over painted white. The Trianon De and the lessee Is "not to use said
to one oral agencies nor the, councilmen the Military Police) and the new fire up It wouldn't run, no thinkingIt Jeannette Young, librarian,
t A. F. velopment Corporation .were for other
Gilliam premises
of any purposethan
tI "*. have control.' station, now In process of erec- was In need of repairs, h& leftIt I and her son, Theodore, clerk In
Otis Nelson
with -
contractors superintending and
Purporting an a laundry a dry
to be
done around Few citizens' doubtless realize the construction. The tion, for a fat man to get through. outside for the night. I cleaning plant" without the written the po tofflce. returned Monday
I tI aa also a farm. of lawbreakerafter Only two feet nine inches of Next morning be found to his night from a most interesting
a leather looses what becomes a house which was begun the lat- consent of the lessor.
book of the law space will remain between the two surprise that he had a "Jack"Instead wo-weekn vacation trip among
arm has been
with the long ter of March thus
nd "corand of him. If part buildings of a wheel and tire, the Other Important provisions of relatives and friends in Indiana' band
addresses reaches out and nabs In less than two
certain completed the lease are "that the lessors, Y
I Jcb to do a Seeing their predicament.- thief going off and leaving his. Michigan They visited Mrs.
Indicated Harriett stopped
t:!lent In that he was she'd prob- months. which Ing to put a large building on a jack under the right rear wheel.H. halt have the right and privilege I foung's birthplace, Logan. port,
little Investigating The old Manassa home
hole some university the situation small lot-the City traded something N. Fairbanks, local managerof to continue operation of the filling : Ind., and Peru, Ind., where she
business' get riled over stands Clark street Immediately -
ably up on
had a IUS- ,now It didn't need for something the Florida Power & Light Co., station now on the premises once made her home.
ooking temperature -
air, Just as she has run a behind the new house,
since and have the exclusive of
the It leem- the Methodists\ could do without. stated, Wednesday that a Chevrolet to use At Peru, where they visited
I able owner of the car, if over other unsavory.I I will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. I They swapped the chimes tower, pick-up truck belonging to the he room In the muthwestt corner two of Mrs Young's sisters they
,lOOkout; would have been aspects of boom-time Henry Manussa and eon Henry; that the Methodists have been Company had a spare tire, wheel of the building, and all the took one of them to Menominee,
erlCf fOr his lost car, For Instance, If an errant woman I Mr. and Mrs Arthur Manassa I borrowing from them for a three- and all, stolen off of it a few land south of the building." Mich., where they visited other j
ed Andreu stated that comes Into our midst (and she I'and daughter, Ann, and Mr. and I( loot strip of land about 80 feet days ago. The spare was carried Mr. Roberts will continue In relations. They also visited! Iron t t

::1 there that the car might very often doesjand) was arrested I!Mrc. Al Manassa. deep, and still there, I is none too In such a place that it was not his present business selling automobiles Mountain Mich., where Mr. Togle
for two or threeouncil she'd be placed in the overcrowded much room. The chimes tower easily missed; but the driver elated and operating a filling once made the world's skiing

I city coop with perchance there'' Will Vaccinate once supported an old fire bell. I when he missed It that he had (I station In his present location- record, apd Mrs. Young stated
white and negro men if not noticed It for six days. while Mr. Roth will operate a that this past winter wan so mild
Meeting wasn't room at the county Jailto Bradford Horses Will Receive Bids laundry and dry cleaning plantIn that snow had to be hauled In

Irst accommodate an extra or so. have been made I lockout Shades the building. from elsewhere to make skiing k
primary election' which The county Is having Its own Arrangements also visited Es-
l.Lce L. T. Dyer to Sealed bids for the furnishing'/ possible. They
:month the first Tuesday headaches along this line, and by County Dr. C. A. Palmer, veterina- I and installation of furniture and According to Joe Martinez Pate Legion Meeting ,canaba, Mich., and Chicago Ill
held "No have
the out
there limelight very often hangs of Gainesville to vaccinate other equipment I n connection Gasnett. "the blind manwill
Wall no meeting of Vacancy" sign when would-be rian soon Install blackout shades at Installation of the newly elected '
+ CoUncil In this county for sleeping with Starke School Project Docket ,Meeting PostponedA
tlr.r of at regular time boarders from the city's hostelrycome horses Dr. Palmer vaccinated 'Fla. 3-101 will be received at the the windows In the offices of officers of the Jones-Langford-

"n the the Council w" calling. sickness.100 head In the county last office of the Board of Public Instruction Mayor N. I). Wainwright Jr., and White Post of the American special meeting of the School
g'Ot It second Tuesday, That Is the picture. And a about Court House, up until City Clerk Carl Johns. at the Legion will be held In the "hut"at Board, set for May 14, at which

@.iday.out of Itep. The very ugly picture it Is! Indeed, late summer. having horses or mulesto 10 A. M., E. W. T.. June 1. 1912, City Hall.J. the regular meeting Tuesday time the opening dates for various ,
aa no rite regular' night some Saturday night, or early Those vaccinated should notify Mr. which bids will at that time be L. Peek, Defense Council Secretary night at 8 o'clock. Other business county schools were to beset

no bUalnesa meeting Since some Sunday morning- be The first of this work will publicly opened and read aloud. seized opportunity by the will be transacted. All membersare was postponed because of the f
e of utmost im- What will the City' answer be? Dyer. Wednesday, May 27, and Forms for bidding may be secured forelock and Imp r ovlsed such urged to be present. The illness of S. E. Sparks chairmanof I
r Pteesngthere( will be Where will the funds come from? be next will every Wed- at the office of the Board or at shades of his own for his officeIn new Poet Commander L. J. Green, the board. The matter will be

II1eetinc the Until the reg- Is anyone losing any sleep over Dr. Palmer long as come there Is enough the office of Sanford W Coin, the Armory, even before they and other officers, will be installed taken up at the regular meeting,

first Tuesday In the problem t U not-why not? work nesday to as justify a trip. architect, at Gainesville. were generally on the market June 1.nr .
Your answer U as good as any. I




t a 1d left out In the cold as usual, I -tlll+
v The Civilians Hcnefit From USO, Also Official Canvass Shows All State 'I lot, of otherwise honest and law a Il/GILLt.VD"

Bradford County Telegraph 5th abldin' citizens fell in line and By : t o
' Soldiers aren t the only ones who owe a debt Nominated In First Primary, May W

'q .....tabllHb tt't t h nt Ki.itiiudc: to the use organizations 'n u 111ft", ,
; AAE.M.BER.FLORIIUPRESS on many occasions, the hospitality of these Official' I reports' by the sraie, l I alc'l DY population mirenaiaI I| Then It turned out that Mr.Henderson C. M. Giift, ...\'ibb
1 Canvassing Board confirmed the I Official results In the was serious Starke v.
groups i IM extended to the civilians of the community I really Tuesax| -.
ASSOCIATION fact that all candidates for state wide race weie.Congressman: about the whole thing and a lot Jack Stough:
well to the In service, and the ,
as men
NATIONAL IiDITORlALAssOOAJION' ej as wide office were nominated In the at large: of people with "X" cards) and a the week. P E
nlJ '
10.41E. people of Starke and vicinity already have the USO firt't' primary May 5, 133,347; Eamest Overstreet barrel of sugar worke up with red Hy. .t Huh jm

j y. i It (i :. L. MatrJirwd ._ uu. _____ Editor and Ouuvr to thank for some very worthwhile entertainment R. A (Lex) Green of Staike, Miami 87.708; Wallace faces-even poor downtrodden The .
brought here this season. topped the combined totals of Eiadenton, 19,599: ; and I congressmen and other, folks who Nancy i i ,rendll

\ ''L SUBSCRIPTION! KATK Two of the outstanding attractions have been three opponents for congressmanat Cohen of Orlando, 18,014. thought they had "influence." It to learn Cane of Hal, \**

+ '' h Yearly, $1.73; Six Month, ,..00. the famed Apollo Boys' Choir, which appearedhere large, H. L. (Tom) Sebring of vote 258,668, Green's lead over wasn't really fair It never hap- cured at ., hel leaf "

several months ago, and the outstanding Gainesville won the Supreme ,field 8026. I I pened to anybody before and now ''vllle a hOHpltal"1ft I

it i fubllMhed Weekly on Friday* and Entered as Second Stetson Glee Club whose marvelous performanceheld Court seat from which Justice J. Supreme Court: Sebring, they were talkin' about publish- Place In Lon aye arc 8u!,
4i retire, g
t B. Whltfleld will
Turnbull of I In' names in the Branch
T T.
129. papers.Mrs.
!, ChuM Matter at the Pout Office at Starke Fla. a packed audience of civilians and soldiers Eugene S. Matthews of Starke I Donald Whitehead CIIt
r I spell-bound In the USO auditorium last Sunday and Jerry W. Carter of Tallahassee ticello, 64,824. Grabanget says It was all his home here SatU I'et
Railroad Commission: ( a mistake, she didn't care whether 1
spending: a few
t afternoon. Of course, other civic organizationsgave were re-nominated to the days
Advice To Take 112,443 she had sugar or and Mrs. III 4''
Eattu One) Matthew! ; any not Winton
financial support to these enterprises, but It State Railroad Commission. Parluq
I mond J, Davis of Limestone, Mr. Wlsensmart Is explaining' that son of Chleflamt :
4 With the arrival of warm weather and our Is safe to say that had It not been for the USO, Sebring, former University of ask have h4
he didn't for "X"
card ing her
380, and Charles M. Stewart an all parents
t/ c:1: t annual attack, of belated spring fever, It Is com these wonderful treats could never have been comer Florida to football State-wide coach politics and a ),new led Manatee, 42.984; (Group he did was tell the crazy school D. Long, 1.11' rid

' ;" ') lr j forting find at least one medical man who la brought to Starke. the field with 147,129 votes, while Carter 131,180 Wilbur C. King teacher how much gas he wanted

p "talking right down our alley." Most of us have contributed generously to Green, also making his first Zolfo Springs, 45,706: ; R. L. and could he help It if she up House Change

1 ', "The world would be much better off If mane the USO In the past and have always consideredour State-wide race, was !In second ger of Clearwater 27,888, I and gave it'to him? i iL flttbloc

It 04 i had the habit of lying: In bed one morning: each money well spent. In view of the benefits we place with 133,347. SebrIng, however Harry M. Burch of And everybody seemed to for- B. Alexander

week," la the sweet-to-hear opinion of Dr Edgar are now receiving, however we might rather consider had only one opponent 26,239. get that the boys on Bataan and to William R. AlvarQ 1'Pc1l'

'1 Kx ,! V Allen, chief of the medicine division at the these contributions as a real Investment In while Green had three. The Second Congressional I Corregldor ran out of food and 25: of the It
((1 # famous Mayo Clinic, "Ambition is shortening the worthwhile enjoyment. Only second primary races, on trict runoff will be between J, ammunition and quinine and a lot of the town of Starke orfCtnll

e life of the business tycoon," he aays.t May 26, will be for congressman Cary and Emory H. Price, of other things and finally were lot 50x100 feet In size 11.
1 I from the Second District and for of Jacksonville. Four others forced to surrender! and become from the comer
1 "Could a man see how small, how Insignificant of
Hitler's Last Offensive I some seats In the State Legislature eliminated. The vote: Cary ; prisoners of a lot of lousy Japs. South street, Ch
t, aI how unimportant his Individual life Is, herk111j II on they
I; and for local offices. Green Price, 19,435: ; Zach H. But that is war, and far away Cherry and the
I J might shape It ao (hat he would achieve more of authorities said to believe that conslden!
Military are I stepped out of the Second Congressional of Gainesville 12,766; James and a lot of home folks lust can't $2,500 for house
lei 4'' happiness and content and lean of material ucceHS Hitler has the men and the equipment for one j District, which he half Boy. Jr., 8,923; Helen I understand how It could possibly N. N. Prevatt and let

and perhaps 111 health. more grand offensive. If that offensive can be I represented for 17 years, to run I West 2,142; and T. W. have anything: to do with life In A & P store, manage

s ; I 1 "Vain ambition drivel: those who have no capabilities beaten, they reason, the Feuhrer. .. will be. on, theo I f For the new State-wide place cre-|Jr.. 1,707. the good old U S. A. but must vamt! now i,?rah..._
----- '
I i *J? (rf*,*il Into unhappiness, dissatisfaction and 111 way to eventual aereai- ana uisasier. -inui 19 wny But now we realize that Uncle t Alexander stated llondq
f I, health. It nag Its Beginning in cmmnoou with every effort is now being given to supplying: Russia hell with the other guy." It .. Sam Is get tin' tough and means i I Alvarez is with the Cuu}

Much advice DM: 'You be a good boy and work hard, with an ever-Increasing stream of the Imple- Russell Kay to be all right if you could ty what he says about what we can surance Company,

and some day you may be president, Johnny. The ments of war. Hitler must break Russia If he la away with it. Any smart
c can't do or can or can't NOTln
have :
OF .
chances are a million to one that Johnny won't to win his global war. The Russians seem com- who knew somebody that *r.11 WE
t :t / become president, but he might kill himself try- pletely confident of their power to stop him If TOO LATE somebody could fix a maybe a lot of us will sober up The EXA\n: .\TlOX8
Ing" ticket or dodge his taxes. and! quit gettin' out of line. All annual examlnailw!
4 they receive adequate equipment. TO CLASSIFY teachers'!
special J
% These are the considered opinions of Dr. Allen. saps stood In :folks want to be sure of Is
*{ Stalin has said that American and English and waited their turn. examination for Par i
Of course, we won't be able to follow his advice I doubt If there ever was a It is necessary and that when ency Examination
help has reached gratifying proportions. This year So when &
about lying In bed one morning a week-at least time In the nation's history when sugar and screws are applied they pinch will be offered In the i
r 1e the destiny of half the world may be decided in rationing came along a lot of
IP? until the war Is over; and some of our leading the U. S. S. R. the public'mind was as confusedas figured this was just alike, without fear or fields beginning on till
j psychologists will throw up their hands In holy ? at prevent. A hunderd and of We have Thursday In July: artcotcf
those seen much
one things. eo!
Most of have They
/ U Ui > horror because of the slings he hurls at ambition. us already forgotten our old thirty million Americans, burdened believe subjects, elementary school
i XiN ; t But the fact remains that during the hot sum prejudices against Russia, In spite of Hitler's attempt with easy-going habits of life meant It.that Everybody Uncle Sam knew privilege and political English Industrial arts pother
to make rachfet of and unaccustomed to for so long that we than
a the American fear of regimentations English,
) e mer months, what Dr. Allen says will lend untold was! plenty of sugar and It awfully hard to believe I mitt
II Communism. The and drastic regulations, have music, science
United ,
States has and
++ 5 a goal In e ocUltl
comfort to
those of
who knew
1 us can't look a hammock body there wa plenty such things are no more and
life that Is of its suddenly found themselves confronted Applications for permluul
own choosing. has China
1 In the eye without stifling a heart-felt yawn. with restrictions at gas. It was just a gag to now on it is no longer nec- the examinations
Jl d England Holland, Russia. Each of every sbouldlt
these nations turn. and .make folks warconacloud.They I to look out for number one with the State
Orchids To Tile Teachers bas Its own method of attaining: Its I'oal-but all watched Mrs. angle around for the breaks. Dep
-- -- ---
m Education
The adjustment la not The by June 1st.amlnations .
pl share a common, general purpose as to the underlying easy. I march home with a ten
American school teachers throughout the East= average American is a pretty Independent bag of under will\ be held h
g humanity of Its main purpose. sugar each arm MANUSCRIPT COVERS -91
; s self-reliant creature.He I county seats of the !
it are being given huge bouquets of thanks for their listened to her brag about 100 BRADFORD
capable handling of and Thoughtful Americans realize that they wouldbe Is a go-getter, From boyhoodhe COUNTY counties: Alachua, Dad* i
sugar gasoline rationing, They saw Bill Wlsenamart I .
y and for assistance In Civilian Defense and. other denying the very essence of democracy were has been trained to think and I'I I away a pet of tires and cache Polk, and Walton.

i branches of the government in recent weeks. they to say that Russia did not have a right to act Independently, to outsmart I 50-gallon drum of extra gas in
lie They deserve credit the other guy, get there first, gar 11'e.; People like that If you would like good wholesome
k more than ever In Bradford a government and an economic and social orderof look out for himself, beat 'em to a i

t -4' wurl1 f County, for our schools were already out for Its own choosing. If the Axis is not crushed, the punch, steal bases pull a fake town smart. and They stand didn't trot In in clean, quiet surroundings, at pre-
.nr the summer and the hours
the teachers
A spent neither our own country nor Russia, China, Eng to their
} taxes
play.All pay only prices-Then invite
In this tedious task were their own and not the land or Holland will have a government and social of his life he has enjoyedthe clucks did that. They'd wait we you to give ut|

i i l' School Board's.Orchids order of their own choosing. Let us be realisticand fruits of liberty and freedom after while they'd get 'em trialSATISFACTION

to the teachers! They get plenty of join forces to the full extent of our powers in and accepted them aa a matter of justed or they just wouldn't

Ltt w+ 1:' ,brick bats-let's be generous with the bouquets, helping Russia annihilate NazIIsm and Fascism so course, with little thought of the any at all and GET AWAY GUARANTEED

this time. that democracy can live. duties and responsibilities that
must be assumed If this precious IT.So when the new
: heritage Is to endure. went Into effect the K & M CAFE

; THIS WEEK IN THE Now he suddenly finds that It Is and the Wisensrnnrta led t h

I' WAR no longer "cricket" to "get your's parade of "watch, me, I'll Corner of Call and Madison
IJ ri.1
,. -',
j. while the "
(l''" t 1f"+ gettln's good and to miners, and, not wantin' to
r ', ! week made .-
available by official sources In the Orfic of Government
,,!' I ..: -. }t Report, Washington, D. C) .

t JJ1a .r' IMMNU: TIIK1K: JOB f 1943. Civilian purchasing states from Maine to Florida to Your Florida Visit Won't Be Complete Until

I l; The White House repotted! the power will be about three times be the Eastern!: military area- YOU .

; Nation's vast cargo ship construction the 1932 figure while available primarily to enforce effectively

1 program Is on schedule consumer goods will decrease 24 the dlmout restrictions to safeguard .
t t and "the American people can be percent during 1942. To aid the shipping. The proclamation SEE SILVER SPRINGSFLORIDA'S

.I KHaured that the shipyards will anti-Inflation program, representatives .paid the protection of United Nations
Ti o do the job assigned to them." The of the 530.000 shipyard commerce from enemy attack -
1 t I statement said shipyards delivered workers In the nation's private Involved the effective con-

ll 120 new vessels in the first 130 shipyards agreed to relinquish ap trol of artificial lighting along FAMED INTERNATIONAL ATTRACTION
l'' days of this year, 20 percent more' proximately $80 million In wage the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and
1' than were built In all of 10-11 and Increases the WPB reported. for a "leasonable distance In .

the production. peak has not yet I' RATIONING land."
been reached.American .
Local ration boards will be directed TilEUIEU: rORCKS:
shipyards are build-
1, Ing merchant vessels faster than to open their records to President Roosevelt said American -

ever before In the history of the public inspection as soon as prac forces are getting Into the
;1 ;. dot. world, the White House said I ticable, the OPA announced. The World, I
fight and
;i, Cargo ships are being built In less agency also said gasoline dealers more more, and
if'' !a than one-half the time originally will\ bo responsible for checking In new places all of the time. He

allotted. "The progress made thus ration cards to determine whether said the increasingly far flung

far U easing our shipping prob [ they have enough units to cover fight calls for increasing numbersof

,1' i, lam but there will be a shortage purchases, to see that the descriptions transport planes to enable the
r of ships until linklngs throughout on them apply to the Army and Navy to get to the
..11'' A the world are brought under bet- cars for which they are present rapidly expanding battlefront

ter control and the shipbuilding ed. and to destroy or mark used The War Department said a

program gets, into full production ration card units. Commerce Sec substantial proportion of available
the statement said. retary Jones announced the Re- flight equipment domestic airlines
i-I construction Finance Corporationwill will be transferred outright yaaj
COST OF LIVING:' make $::10 million available to the Army Air Forces. The BdF

1y s I The Office of Price Administrator for purchase of tires held by conI I airlines will also convert approxi- __
ty ) wI." said the general Celling on sumers. The OPA authorized mately 70 ships into cargo car -Iii

retail prices, now' In'effect, Is expected manufacturers to ship adult's bicycled riers which they will operate for

.... A to._ cut the _cost_ of living to distributors and sold It the air service command. __
Ill r4 -j A *-- pei '.'..,.. TIle iMoor Department will begin bicycle rationing in The House passed and sent to
reported that by midi about three weeks. conference a bill increasing the

i April families of wage earners I CIVILIAN monthly pay of enlisted men In
a and lower-salaried workers had I SUPPLYThe the armed forces. The House-ap
to upend! $1.11 to buy the same WPB notified l stove man proved bill would Increase the
{'v n things for which they spent $1 ufacturers whose sales for the of privates and apprentice seamen pay

i before August 1939. year ended June 30, 1941, totaled from $21 to $50 a month; the
< Price Administrator Henderson more than $2 million as well as Senate-approved bill provides an Aw
said the American standard of those In any of 39 "labor short Increase to $42. e

living: will be i reduced to the de- age areas" that they cannot pro War Secretary Stlmson said ,

preaiion-bottom level, by the end duce domestic cooking and heat- Army field maneuvers will be ,
I Ing stoves after July 31. Man held from the last week In May Bring the Family.: Spend Day
dAe a ufacturers aUthOrl.....',,.'...,_ through the first They'll Always Remember. See Nature's Unaerwarer
----- -- r' week In November
stoves were limited to certain ap In the South and South- Fairyland Thru Glass Bottom Boats

proved types and to monthly Iron weal The Army said 1,500 volun
y and steel use of 70 percent of the leer officer candidates will be accepted -

average they used in the yeas each month under its plan ROSS ALLEN'S REPTILE INSTITUTE
ended June 30, 1911. New in to enroll Class 3-A registrants for See AUTHENTIC SEMINOLE( INDIAN
f I Ib aliments of air conditioning and training In Officer Candidate .' JUNGLE CRUISE DOWN SILVER FREEADMISSION
commercial ref r Igeratlon Schools RIVER
equip with allotments
ment were
+ banned for area based PLANTS
y. except war on the number of such
and essential civilian i :
requirements registrants in the area. SS Director
Hershey said the U. S, .
date about S percent of U. 10 million men under arms CONCERT
S automobiles are laid up for by late 1943 or by 1944. He said Dally at 9 A. M. Noon 4.. P. M. TO GROUNDS
lack of tires, OEM reported. The men inducted through Selective
m Office also paid 20 million of the Service after June 15 will be

"NEW 28 million passenger can will go granted 14 days for concluding Enjoy SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN DINNER IN THE PICNIC GROUND
LIFE"for off the roads within 12 to 15: personal affairs before being as FAMOUS SPRINGS CAFE. A LA
months unless car pooling can be signed to active duty. SERVICE AT ALL HOURS. CARTEFACILITIES
Spring made effective on a nationwide -
OxfordsGet scale. The WPB said the whole RULED INDEX CARDS--33i
hearted response of the American SI per M-BRADFORD COUNTY PARKING

t' Get' Out Those Old Spring people to the wastepaper salvage TELEGRAPH. 1

r Slippers. We'll Make Them campaign surplus bf baa the brought material.an unusual The Open Daily Sunrise io Sunset "s

n l pt Do .'ornother Season. Board asked continued collection Our Job Is to Save ILLUSTRATED

t however, to meet large Taxis Mast All Trains and Buses .f Oc.!
require- .. F.r.
: $1| for the Round BOOKLETS
ments for Dollars Trip.
The Electric Shoe the manufacture of ,
Shop I paperboard containers. Buy 5 MILES EAST OR OCALA
Oppo..Jee Park Theatre AREA!
Easters: Defense t Bonds
Commander Wry STATE ROAD 500
t proclaimed all East Coast Pay Day SPECIAL

'1 4 i


I'. .n'r.1I_.! THRF'N! '
I :

Employers AskedTo families but have the consolation j ,

Consider ; AROUND LAWTE ""t feemg new onen coming in The I Int.vt :

Older Y in leave 'li that of p F C.
Men On Jobs
R. Carradine Hay Lambert Mrs Lamb..rttOP"/
to ilma to visit Pvt. Lambert's e ;
Employers; can contribute to the
mother, while he goes to another (

\ "How to Win Friend war effort by offering Jobs to IIAPTIST ItKVIV.U.C'ONTINVES '''TKY. TRY AGAIN (locution within a short time. It I Ii.
of 1'"I.ItUlIY.S: : HVI'I'VIN
saucy older men as : Is., with sincere that bid
manpower Is depleted | We are told that regret we I:
P"'I'KPvel'nnct'II' The
great day has come The
and Influence People. by military and Industrial Opening with a full house last ti vltrue and, that virtue Is its 20th of May The this couple au revoir,

t i 1 Inroads It was pointed out this Sunday night, the Evangelistic : own reward Be it us it may we bass season. That opening day ilay to an of Mr. ami Mrs. E. E Burney, Jr, P r,
r Campaign being held at the Law- would were brie Sunday
(| week by 1.11'8v.. L. Andrews, our reward to manifest Isaak Walton, l I" like derby day
tey Baptist Church still continues Itself in the form of some I to a Krnturklan Pouts have Mr. and Mis. Joe Shuford of !
: member of the District 5 Welfare with God's blessing upon all who volunteers, Weekly articles seem painted, leaks been Jacksonville are In town for several ,
stopped, reels '
Boaid. attend. The visit with relatives Joe
Evangelist, Frederick to have little effect days :
very upon worked
over lines renewed and
' E OLD PLUS THE NEW Mrs. Andrew, In a statement P. Billing, delivers a powerful this situation but if continued I baits rehooked and In connected with Foremost r

I other night I attended a lecture and heard the said that the recent ruling of the "punch": In preaching the harping on the subject will produce Fishermen around these repainted.parts Dairies (there '

say that there were few opportunities in an old( State Welfare Board that recipi- Gospel of Christ. Unafraid of any I results, then we shall do Just have looked forward to thin. day Mrs. Sadie Elder left Tuesdayfor ;

He said that in an old-established business, thou- ents of Old-age Assistance whoaccf'pt criticism by man Mr Billings on that. At this time this observation like they did as kids when the Andiilusla/ Ala., for 'a short

, s people had preceded you and had worked out employment during the the first two nights" let loose on pout Is partially manned from circus came to town Some of visit with her mother. ..Accom-

rtf and angle possible and that could not duration will be returned to the the subjects: "Sin, and "The Na- 8 in the morning to 12 at mid. them stole a 'sneak' and were on panying Mrs Elder are her two
dirk rolls. tions Set Against God" A mark- night, and from small children.Mr. l
anything new. without delay when that em- I 4 A,1\(, to 8. the 1 lake. the 19th for 'ju..tI'nough' .
i contribute ployment ends, had brought let- ed ieellng of tenseness wan defi- This Is a good start but insteadof for supper and to be and Mrs Marshal Horn left I
I met Maria
days after that Kramer, ande ters from numerous men more nitely felt as he dramatically told the present reporting being ready at daylight for the big day. for Tampa this week Mr. Hora :
told me knocked what the lecturer said into a than 65 years of age offering to the truth about these matters. So done by :5 people w e need 20. The Old Master was the is taking a position with a construction '
She and her husband run two of the biggestn great was their conviction for sin Those the among firm In that I
hat. return to work whenever needed. on Job now are loinS( early birds. What he caught and city
New York, the Edison and the LLicoln. "Ane neither State nor district felt, that Sunday night, five persona good work but cannot be expectedto where he went is his. bualnom. Charles Dlnkins, U. S. Navy, t

[Kramer had been a builder and had to take overon welfare boards conduct responded to the Invitationto give thin time 7 days a week Suffice it to say he did right well Is here on leave for several days. I

when the promoter he was building it for coulde ment bureaus," Mrs. Andrews employ- publicly confess Jesus Christas It is Inevitable that one or more by himself Last year, the opening His. family and his many friends. :

the money. He was "stuck" with a hotel on his said "the most they can: do la personal Savior. Among these of these spotters will, at some day, the Old Master hooked welcome this boy home j I
five was a fine young Army man, time, be forced to forego their Miss Adel Dlnkins returned I'
[ He knew nothing about the hotel business, but he to appeal to employers to give and landed a 12 pounder In
a resident" of Lawtey. Teats of repentance turn and who will replace them? Christmas Lukt from Jacksonville after a visit of l
lined what he could do with it. consideration to older men of Everyone knows
to see
and afterward real joy If they are not assisted by alternates where that lake Is several days with friends and relatives. t
wife tried to help him, knowing no more about the their own localities who are cap- were seen, when this their located. It .
young man watch will ,
able of go won a mighty nice prize, A Hed-
her husband did. She is positions that are
Business than a Mexicanwas found his Savior. reported Why not wake long I
up don rod valued
made vacant by war demands. If at 18 cuirtvheels.
born in Mexico and her maiden name was On the enough to be a bit defense minded '
they will do this, they will ren- second night, Tuesday, Since that notable event the Old SAMPSON CITY
de Ramirez. der a service to themselves and I four more were added to the and give a few hours of your Master has caught worn fine fly Mr. S. E. JOIMW i ii

i day, as she was in the lobby of the hotel, a man to their country. I number saved for God. A mlddla- time to this effort ? specimens! among the Satvellnustontlnalls i

and asked for a room. A foreigner he could not aged mother of several children I (tiout to you), and Miss Mamie Hall returned home
"These older IJM: \S LOOKING
men whether
recipients last week after
English. None of the clerks could speak his lan- come forward to accept Christ as many, many crappie, commonly spending
Embarrassed and self-conscious he finally left. of Old-age Assistance or her Savior. Her words to the Lima beans are blooming. That known us speckled perch. This Is day In Pnlatka with her brother-

walking out the doorl! not In many instances are cap- pastor Forbes E, Fuller, were to means that bean si>axon Is not far our way of thanking our Maker in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
mer able of doing splendid work. More away. The while T C. Thomas
the effect that she had for a acreage somewhat for the great outdoors
i set Mrs. Kramer thinking. This must happen than this, they are just as anx- good number of come closeto smaller than average, promises Horace' Vumes ,returned Sunday -

imes a day in New York. She turned the idea in lom as the younger ones to havea salvation but yearn had never defi to give a greater yield due t'HK'KKN: H\I.\I) srrrt.it: to llrunswlck, (la", where he

id, and it grew far beyond the one man who had hand in helping to win the war nitely taken that step of yielding to the fine showers we have had, A chicken salad: supper will be I Is! expecting to work in defense. t

I out. She could engage clerks who could speak for- and are equally entitled to their fully to God's call to receive Ills lately It Is to be hoped that another served Saturday evening at 6 o'- Mr, and Mrs. Hoy Tomlinson

nguages. But the possibilities were greater thanhe chance." Son. Jesus Christ, as her personal good, shower will happen clock for the benefit of the local trod rhllilrrn of Stnike, were visiting

| would not wait till foreigners arrived at the hotel Savior. .along to swell the lima Last Defense Committee. All patriotic Mr and Mrs Louis 'lIrrlll" t

would go to Europe after them. She decided she 1,359 Gas Cards Sunday night was "Introduction i year only graders with three citizens lire expected to attend. Saturday

to the people in their owrl language. She went (I Night" and of humtt were used Two to (trade MIsH Margaret Tomllnson of "
write Issued In Starke j a spirit Informality M. 13. Plummet returned, heir
I beans and one to scratch fleas Still'ko "spent" Saturday afternoon I
nslation bureau and employed clerks who had been existed during the meeting. The
.1 ,Tills condition has been remediedby flora Orlando last week. Ills many with Mrs Curtis Varnes.
i the countries she wished to reach and who coulde A total of 1,359 gasoline ration pastor of the church Introduced fencing the platform and grading fiends are happy to know that Mrs. CI'IIIJllnetl was in Starke t
kind of letters those citizens were accustomed I Mr Billings, and to the surprise he is well on the road to com-
cards were issued( by Local Rationing shed to keep the pigs from Friday on huslnesM. ._ :,
I of the audience, he in turn Introduced
stiff translations of letters first written in plete recovery
ing-not Board 45-1 last week according down under. The plus, feeling I "
>. Through steamship agencies travel bureaus, and to figures compiled at ball the a-rolllng.pastor So This then startedthe the under obligations to the town for Mrs. Joe Sliufoid of Jacksonville Tit A IN S'IIEDUI.I'twathhnatnsl: :

ganizations she got the names of foreign travelers the office In the Starke Armory, I the use of the shed, left their spent Thursday of last week
pastor said "Now that know No 1 due Staike 11:15 P. M.
them not only once but follow-up letters. Of this number 247 you fleas in payment for their lodg with her parents, Mr. and Mis.M. :
fote persons
who we are; we want to know No 107 due Starke 0:13: A M. ,
who received these ceived B 1 cards, 255: received B 2 ing. This year they have bt'enollste,1 I n. Hummer.
rally the people letters wereda how you are!" He then had the No. 191 due Starke 10:38: P. M, t'
504 received B 3 while 117 from office and graders Miss! Arthurlne Blunchard here
nice, chatty letter in their own language! What per audience stand by groups accord- (Miami) I.
? Well the business in her sons were given X cards. can grade In perfect comfort, and for several days" visit with herpmentf.
i think happened foreign Ing to the first"" letter of their Nortlilxmnil r
with only two hands .
Mr. and Mrs. A M.Ulanchdid.
umped 400 per cent in one year! The result of the registration last names, and tell, one at a i No 2 due Starke 0:94: A. M. i

I told me that during the worlds fair her foreign busid at the other Rationing Board in time, who they were. This cre- Daniel Harley returned to Law- i the banking" Miss business Uliinchard at Ft. Laud-Is in No. 108 due Starke 6:39: P. M ."'

increased 2,500 per cent! Bradford County 45-2 at ated a feeling of Informalitywhich tey Sunday resplendent In his : erdale. No 44 due Starke 3:28: P. M.

arrived but Brooker has not yet been com- It is hoped will continue new unlfoim. Dan was inducted. (New York enervation (rain) ,
i day a distinguished looking man no Hill Ilairell returned to Fort
puted. Likewise in the case of throughout the campaign. Friday and evidently has made
Id understand him. Every clerk was tried. They Denning Sunday after u short I,
Hindu and Hindustani. Mrs.r sugar cards, although the work Tuesday night was "Member- the grade In two days. Most boys with his Mr. and
_1 he was a spoke stay patents I,
wall completed on May 8. the are not able to obtain leave for AUTO PARTS
ship Night. All the members of .
Mm J L. Ilarrell.
herself took and telephoned "International
charge, board has been ao swamped with this local church had been invited, several weeks, but Daniel did. "
f in New York. In an hour a young man stepped work at the local office that a urged to attend especially this Mre. Stella R. Carradlne Little Miss Cherl Page Red- USE: TIIIKH, (WH II A V H: 1!,
returned daughter of Mr and "
j the desk and made the Hindu feel at home. grave young ,
has been made.
report not yet evening. A good sized crowd re- last week from Jackson Mrs J, It. Hedgrave, has returned \OIJIt HIZE), JKNKKATOHW, i
b. Kramer went into one of the oldest businesses in In this connection, W. P. Smith, sponded. After finding out who Miss, where she underwent a after a week's visit with her AUTO GLAHH CAHII FOR !

rId, and contributed something no one else hadt chairman of Rationing Hoard 45- w..., the oldest! member present; thyroldectomy at the hands of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs O. J, OARS ANI>> TKl'CKH IN ANY if.

of. Examine the business you are in. Maybe you I, asked that the Telegraph pub- the one who was the longest timea I her brother, Dr George W F Anders of Jacksonville.Mr CONDITION. .Ii

ntribute something new, too. licly thank all the large numberof member; the youngest member, Rembert. Her friends will be Interested and Mrs. E E. Burney and Used Autos $25

men and women-mostly teach- all members stood and recited to know that she is lapid- family of Jacksonville were visiting up p pHASKINS

BUS xortabo..d.nnULE. Peanut Deadline ers from B. H. S.-who so kindly "John 3:16--For: God so loved the ,I ly regaining her former good \ relative. here Sunday I r

arke _. ..._____ 1:05: A. Id.tarke rendered volunteer assistance during world, that He gave His only begotten i hesd th. Mr. And Mrs O. J, Anders and II,,
11:45: A. M. Bxcesa peanuts of the 3941 crop both the sugar and the /gas Son. tbaU whosoever AUTO PAnTS I I'
ark. .: 1:30: p, M. Mrs. W H. Edwards was In daughter, Virginia, were In Law-

Yorke,Parke .. __ 1:45: P. M. Bold May 31 will be subject to registration. lIeveth In Him, should not be-I I jHCHMunvllle rlduy. visiting. relatives I tey Sunday. North of Town on Wed) IS I
3:35 P. M
tarke __ 5:15:: P. M penalty as provided in the peanut ish, but have everlasting life One by one we lone our nice Ir r

ark. 8:80: P. Marke marketing quota program, according Offers Himself Friday night Is to be .,,
__ : : I I
1010; P. Marke
____.. to H G. Clayton, Florida Peoples Night" "Fav
_. 12:20: P. 1\1 I I ; Saturday e
o.t..o... AAA supervisor. And 2 Trucks, Too orite Scripture Verve Night"; Sunday i

lark.ark. .. .__. 10:20 3:08:: A.A. M.1\1. All GFA Peanut Association "Bible Night." With "Pas- -h 4e' l l.or
Hall who
Obe F.
.Parke .. 2:20: P. M. I warehouses will b e closed for Contractor tors Night." ':Soldiers Night." To Buy re'Moybeou ['oa't

arke Parke __ 6,50 5:20: P.P. M.M. buying excess peanuts of last owns naires two regarding trucks,them bad from question-the and other Interesting features Acts Do

arke 8:10: P. M. year's orop after May 31. "To scheduled for next week, a real ; of
yt'estbou.Aarke I Government in order that they II Bur
avoid the penalty" Mr. Clayton good time Is expected. '
.h 8:20: A. M i might be used In case they were NOT 10 ? I
allahau. Buy
Special) said, "farmer.' with excess pea- CANDoMonyofsyAli//a
'hrke 12:45: P. M needed. Instead of going to the NEW SERVICES: OFFER KD: .
nuts for sale must sell them on
I.rke _._.
6:10: P. M. the tae.ro
trouble answering
questions effective Starke Mr.,
arke immediately sac. w, ,
__ n
8:20: p M. or before May 31. Llvr U.k Rlch.rdaoi 1
arke _..__ 11:15: .P. M. ...........:.. asked Mr. Hall simply Dry Cleaners and Laundry, op- i is THAT th ,Fl foe 11q wins/ng Pat i iMNI l''your '
I hrke E.et.i.... "STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS turned the sheets over and wrote,, erated by Junius Smith of Starke, YourtS/ogye't N..n la

arke :: Ug:: 1: :: 15c each-BRADFORD In effect: will establish a branch to receive question? Costog! i

'tarke arke ---::::_: n ;: :: COUNTY TELEGRAPH. "If you need my truck to help dry cleaning and laundry at Car- t\ 772, Jaekgonvlll e, Fta Judgo.t 1 1r1

win the war, you can have' it. Andif radlne's store. Service will be fIt

you need me to drive one of efficient, regular and prompt. M
Iwxk f
W. T. CLUTEREALTORF. them, you can have me too," Losses, always a problem to the want to be popular' with v ,
you .
signed his name and mailed It. housewife will be reduced to a ,
the hoard! But if + 'la',
He bad very complimentary re- minimum with the cooperation of enemy you ,e ?i

want the listing on your property ponses to both of his notes, referring the customer. A list should always want to help win the war, buy > &P ,I

I We have some wonderful properties for sale especially to his patriotism. accompany the bundle there wisely! Buy peacetime essential in i

See by enabling the laundry to pre-
us about Real Estate Needs
your 4 4w
E. vent errors. Just bring your dry normal quantities. Buy just what r
i CALL 66
cleaning or bundle of laundry to
need-and !
Deeds FiledE. you normally no more .
the drug store and It will be returned \

W .Hayes and Ruby A. there within a very few Remember this-there' plenty to ego

Hayes, his wife, to Louisa Johnson day*. Due to the gas rationingIt around-if you'll let it! s i,

FE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! May 9; Wm. M. Wimberly will be Impossible to solicit, and f.
deliver to residences. The store
and Katie Wimberly, his wife, to
Geo. W. Thomas May 11; George will be open 6:45: A, M to 9 H.

AND ECONOMICAL! Nettles and wife, Marie Nettles M Your dirty work will be ap- Work to Win. and S "

to A. G. Brown and W. L. Lind- preciated. /

RIDE sey May 14i; I. V. Luke and Ellen GUACK .MKTIIOIHST: CIII'IU. RELAX to Rebuild! r.
THE BUSSES Luke to D. J. Luke and wife. Avle OF LAUTKYItev. ;

Luke to I. V. Luke and wife, El- (

Courteous, Correct Information len Luke May 15; Marcus F. Herbert ltnzJU."I. PuMor. The hard drive for Victory it on. Each wartime

Brown and wife. Florence B. Morning Sunday School Ser- task will consume more and more of your energy. r ,

Given You At Brown, to Matthew and Bertha vice at 10:30.: Service at 11:30. Sub- That'. the rcalOlyou've got to rebuild your zest for Eft ;
12 Maud Worship 4' !
Berryan, his wife May ; '
UNION and husband J. H. ject: "The Power of God." work with relaxation. 4e' t'ea
BUS STATION Wainwright
Wainwright to George Mosleyand Evening Worship Service at And that'* just why you'll enjoy bottle of cool M I

wife, Juanita Mosley. May 12; 8:30.: Subject: "The Conversion of refreshing ]AX, For JAX Beer i, a .mooth beer, a eaf

A. J. T h.o mas and Eva Mae Saul." mellow beer with good, DRY taste, that's packed +' ,

Thomas, his 1 wife, to Marion with wholesome refreshment. JAX Deer will help :,,

[SINCLAIR Rogfl. May 13; Matilda Zelgler keep you in tip-top shape. +
and J. J. Zelgler, her husband to
relax with ?
Why not : JAX today ,
Ruth Zelgler Griff, May 11 &* / I'

Gasoline Oils, and Fuels


GIVE US A RING WE DELIVERH. Saturday Emory H, Price, t i

candidate for Congress from the for originalvictory.lo.neliketit.I f"7- 1

Second Congressional District, and one In thl..d.RULES ITMITIDaTATie +
E. TUCKER Agent his local campaign manager, Joe -
lt- sand In a. entrie each VUfft- 1 'RRerr 4 d, v y
Frlgo. were again III Starke yL PHONOGRAPH 1 You may many BONDS 'fit: (
For .
Sinclair Refining Co. ing In the office of Mayor N. D. week a. you want.JEach *.e .M SIai I
ba by eA.
phone Walnwrlght, and visiting along RECORDS label entry or reaaonahle muat 'accompanied i( any VSIAMP5 y; e t '
Starke Fla.Dtnpt Call street. In the first primary, 11(1. bottle of JAX Beer. Ale, or Stout. ( rM f'
led Mr. Price in Large Assortment I Th slogan. must b* original. with you. I
J, G. (Jim) Cary Any alogan now In UM will b* rejected.Natnea i j
the district by around 1.000 Columbia Victor and originality. count but no '
votes. Mr. Price thinks he will Okeh Bluebird 4 special credit will be ,,van to larg or
in the second primary elaborate' dlaplay.
overcome that Decca Entriee for Ihla week. muat be pmtmarfcedno ac
Service Careful Drivers May 26.Marineland. 4 later than IJOO: midnight May 11. nt I
Selection of fAll .1", .... become the property of the a v t
.It Brewing Company: whether they e
Closes Classical Populara 1. win Of'110'. ( get'- I
tarke ;; J In cat of tie, duplicate prizes will be r1.awarded. I.
Taxi ServicePhone
Marine Studios, famed Florida Mail Orders Given I
$' The decision of the judge I.final. .y- .
18 miles touthof AttentionE.
attractionlocated BEER
I Prompt I over JI a
d The contest la open to everyone !t,
St. Augustine on the Atlantic :} i) year*of age*>cept employee of the JAX t
150 coast, will be closed May 31 for .e' brewing Co; .,it*"'vert/.ncne".nd/
,.... I
:T member of their .U.* r 1
the duration. The large outdoor L. REAMS
motor travel JAX BREWING CO.
y aquarium S19 W. University "Ave. .. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
Night for attendance and the limit on

tires and gas have made it necessary GAINESVILLE, FLA.

to close officials. wd.i .

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i, PAGE FOERJ Edith Skorubskaa Poveromo, June 17th .,
( '! youthful Harold Glffin. led the!Miss Margie'Mathews: fondant Can No. 2014. De-I Courtno tic

,. 'lVt' and CLUBS group with ease and minute con- I Becomes Bride ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ..e.-k.. ell lMtTelegraph
: ,
: : trol. J I
I Of Wm. E. Dowling STATE OK FLORIDA to: Mr. .lit next r. v ,lll't n
Every number was a genuine Wltnea"at ... ,
Edith SkoruhHkas Poveromo. Number I.
: Pleased treat, but especially outstanding I A marriage of much interest to Stark, I' gasp
r.argeudience I K02 Twin Oak toad, Care oflterdt 1943.
Fellowship Class Farewell Party was the technique displayed in I a wide elide, of friends took Union, New Jersey. ekY,
Has Enjoyable Supper For Mrs. Hatchings | With Fine Performance the two operatic selections, which: place Saturday night, May 9, In You are required to appear on AaeClerk 11't
/ I \ ''Of Stetson Glee Club constituted highlights of the afternoon the Presbyterian Church when
I ; Tuesday Night Mia O L. LIn ln and Miss The quartette from"Rlgoletto" Miss Margie Mathews\ daughterof

t f the I Junle Parrlwh Rave a farewell I The Stetson University Glee by Verdi la one of Mr and Mrs. Roy Mathews, be-

1 ((1 1 At 8 o'clock Tuesday night of the party for Mrs\ Rufus Hutching i Club concert at USO No. 1 Sunday the most masterly vocal ensembles came the bride of William E. Leila's I BeautyANNIVERSARY
61 Wesley Fellowship class one of the Stetsonquartette S
home of Mrs W N. Van- afternoon was ever written, and the Dowling son of Mr. and Mrs E. Salo I
,i tdl MethodlBt Church School held iuj at of last (I most enjoyable musical events tang it with a blendingof J Dowling.
i' r and social In the' cleave: Thursday night ever brought to Starke, and a tone and emotion that showedthe
monthly supper was per-
week. About twenty friends were The ring ceremony
of civilians and
i i recreation hall, with Mrs. N. D. present, and Jack Walsh enter- capacity audience : great art of the composer. formed by the Rev. Chas H. AllenIn
: Mm. P. L. soldiers, by their prolonged applause When the audience demanded an immediate
r4 Wainwright, Jr. tained throughout the evening left doubt that they tbe presence of the
I Bridges and Mrs. W. H. Hart with songs. no tbe remarkable, encore, two more singers Joinedthe families and a few close lends. SPECIALSOIL
', houteHseB. After a bountiful supper fully appreciated quartette and pang the sex becomingly
t' Mrs. Hutchings, who will leave these talented The bride was
given by
;i tih l shuffleboard and other sanies soon to join her husband In 1 performance singers.From '.< tette from "'Lucia" by Donizetti dressed in Navy blue silk with SHAMPOOAnd
a the chief air of which is con- 1
enjoyed. and her corsagewas
r were white accessories,
a} t Tampa, received many lovely the first note sung of the be of the
,;I Among those present were the gifts. Patriotic Medley with which the sideied by many of KUIarney rosebuds and
Ot ; tl E Rev and Mrs. G. C. Powell, Mr. opened the audiencefelt greatest melodies In the history white sweet peas. She was at-
D. P. Mr, and program of Italian opera. Mrs.\. Win. E. Plummer,
d 1y and Mrs. Carpenter, Royal Service ProgramOf the assurance and confidenceof tended by
Mr. and Mr. Glffin the director, e- and her sister, FINGER' WAVE
ys / Mra. C. H. Nanworthy, a perfectly trained and matron of honor,
Mr*. W. H. Hart Mr. and :Mre.' P. Baptist WMS The director lighted the audience with several Miss Martha Mathews, maid of
wholly response.
/ '' L. Brldees. Mr. and Mra. Sam Presented MondayThe unusual numbers and his beautyof I honor.

Anderson, Miss Ruth Johnson, tone and clear diction left his Mr. Dowling had as his best 75c

t 1, Mra. Grace Wainwright and I!. monthly Royal Service pro Program Chairman, assisted by hearers clamoring for more after man Wm. E. Plummer and Roger
A, Carlton gram of tbe Baptist W M. S. was Misses Joyce and Audrey Moore each number. One of tbe favorite Mathews brother of tbe bride,

n t At the next BOClal meeting held In the Church auditorium' Evelyn Newsom and Jo Ann numbers of the entire concert was served as usher.

A the third Tuesday in June--Mr. Monday afternoon, with 13 mem- Dinkins.. This number was very "The Little Red School House"/ After a brief wedding trip, Mr.
N'Y and Mrn' Carpenter and Mr. and bers present Circle: Three, Mrs. Interesting and reflects credit to as sung by a quartette composedof and Mrs. Dowling returned to Guaranteed Permanents $3 Up

aF! 1 r+ Mra. Na worthy will be in charge G. W. Alderman, leader, was in the G. A. Girls, and their leader. Mr. Giffin and three young Starke where they will make their
MrH.. Carpenter U president of the charge under the direction of Tbe theme of the Royal Ser students. home. Guaranteed Machineless Perrnanentij(
class which meet each Sunday Mra. II. A. La w s o n, program vice program was Whatsoever The final number was a glorious

I r y morning at 10 o'clock In the chairman.The Things are Lovely." Mrs. W. J. climax to the hour of song"ToThee VMS Executive CommitteeThe
1t'' G educational building. The class first number on the after- Epperson conducted the devotional America" by Dick Feasel, 2 For $7.50

t boasts four teachers-a differentone noon's entertainment wan a reviewing the life of Esther a Stetson student. This patriotic Executive Committee of

each Sunday. "model program" rendered by the and following with prayer. medly included the favorite airs the Baptist W. M. S. will meet
Girls' Auxiliary under the leader- "Whatsoever Things are Love of old war songs, official songs of Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in
w I Mrs A. S. Crews, of Jacksonville ship of Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, Miss ly"-Mra. H. A. LawHOn. our armed forces American folk the church annex This session

\ was visiting in Starke Tuesday Jeanette Priest acting as Chair- "Youth, Lovely and Unlovely"Miss songs, and a grand arrangement will be followed by the regular LEILA'S BEAUTY
a I r man and Miss Nancy Lightfoot as Fannie Sllcox. of "The Star Spangled Banner." monthly business meeting.iv SALON
A "TiainlnK for Lovely Service"Mra. After the performance, punch

___ 1 Poyner. and cookies were served to the PHONE 149 STAKKE FLORIDA
rmriir e'ot SIT Hit '
c iii "Grace McBride Y. W. A. local people and service men In <.<>I Yrl', Fl.Ollllltl. IN tlltX-: I
d I I Mrs. G. W, Alderman. the lobby of the USO. I Kill.:
I ; Hymn "The Great Physician" Vito A Poveromo, Plaintiff VM

I I --Congregation."Love .
of Christian Miss Gayle Sewell returned
1 1I Spirit"Mrs. -
1I I Ray Newsom. Wednesday from the Florida
I I : Poem-Mrs.\ H. A. Lawson State College for Women at Talla- I WISH TO THANK MY FRIENDS

I PI'/lyer-Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot. hassee, and will spend her vaca

a Mlzpah. tion with her parents, Mr and -_


?y I Sunday Monday Tuesday, May 24 25 24 Carolyn
I Betty Grable and Victor Mature In


t WORLDS NEWS OF THE DAY Received at the Park. :No more! riding No more snail's pace Theodore exploded: t THAT APPEARED IN A RECENT ISSUE .
Jookln' "If it wasn't for that red-fated
449 Theatre Every Sunday and Wednesday by Air Express OF THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
t 1 'tifk Call\ Street's kinda vacant look- d-Yankee I In front of us, we

In' might get somewhere! Mrs.
Wednesday Thursday, May 27 28 STATING THAT MY OPPONENT DEFEATED -
it must b the
e quite Young gently reminded him that
DOUBLE FEATURE fashionTo he.wasn't exactly born below the ME BY A VOTE OF TWO TO

g No. l="Lady Be Good"With stay at home and save your Mason-Dixon line, himself, andhe'd ONE. TilE OFFICIAL REPORT OF
ration .
better watch his when
Eleanor Powell and Ann Southern step
I they got among relatives, or he THE CANVASSING BOARD SHOWS
No. "Borrowed Hero"With Reader'. pleasenote that I said might be accused of treason! M
rashun None of this rayshun THAT THE VOTE WAS:

Alan Baxter stuff for me Not after all\ Rotarians
are Mill\ ravin' about ,
t b these years An' incidentally\ the fried chicken served by the Inman Roberts
1 t I notice that friend Webster
our Methodist
maidens at
1f1' Friday Saturday, May 29 30 still gives the old-fashioned pro- eon Wednesday .! Can't the lunch-help A 1301SINCERELY 839

it DOUBLE FEATURE nounclatlon in his popular little but wonder though,. if it was so

No. 'l--"Jlarried. Bachelor" tome,.,even,if it.Is !in second place much the chicken or the fact thatit I ,. .
The amusing stories crop* was served by Pearl Adams, i
With Ruth Huitwy and Robert Young pin' out of the hectic two week'sof attractive brunette'newcomer who ,

''i No. 2-"Ghost Town Law" signing up for sugar and gas stays with Gertrude Beasley an'

With Tim McCoy card are still makin' the rounds came along to lend a helpln' J. P. ( JAKE ) ROBERTS
Frinxtance, there's the hand Hear blonde Velma Nor- ,
? ,,, 'Gang .Busters' Serial and Donald Duck Cartoon strange thing that happened to man has landed a position in the

Ethel Biggs Seems she signed' QM offices at Blanding ... Can't

SATURDAY MAY SO MIDNIGHT SHOW. 11:30: P. M. up an applicant whose name was help but envy Rembert Carra- L __ _._ ____.....__ .. .... _
t'" also Ethel Biggs and to make the dine' sporty new flshln' boat .
"Castle In The Desert"With .
J 1es Incident even more Incredible, the Understand'' he started off
Sidney'Tolerh.4 I newcomer's husband's name was the season with a' fine eaten BEGINNING

/ ,. ALSO SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS ., Leslie Biggs! .. "., Wonder where his favorite haunt .. TODAY ":

-' Is, located. ? _
: 'l .' Then there was toe gentleman ; BLANDI.NG
whs listed bis :wife aa 65 years old Main Drag ->DrlbI t ,>*Popular CEN.J'ERInc .

and himself'aa,4b ; Ponder "Ginny" McGln I.s,. former assistant . .
,' over this great difference In ages, '.at Blandin '
.. ,Service Club No.
1'1'i j I tbe teacher who, was sign In" him 1, here on furlough from Ft. Ben- '. :: : Presents
i ... up let ber :.curiosity get't.JI.e '
... .L ,womanly nng.| .. .visiting:friends in general .. : .
:; better' ol: lea: knd asked how 'an* Fran Opperman In particular : :
como i "Hla' eloquent answer Ducky an' Xeenle AT THEIR' NEW MODERN
; Llnsln en- ., .
.''L '.', '.
was,, accompanied by: a shrug of teftalnln Don Domlilo "
I' the shoulders."and;'a wink of the Devrols ( an..Frank r,. '.. -.. .\ : .t./ .i .' 4
_I c t eye "Plenty:of money" he at ex-Blandlngttes now stationed ".., ', cv: *,'. :\. 1'd'. .
Camp Shelby) The .
N THE aid .."P'mty:of', money! boys drove, all the way*back to : : : :- .
I One,, naive old negro man waalaborln'under Starke to the :. : Bar idhllj
spend/ week-end :
the nappy illusion Mus' like I : '
? the darn place, I'll .
that. the government was extend *. '
AtiMILITARY say W C. Rhoden called f .1 .
ing its "relief" program and he home from Mobile '
where he :
1 : was gonna get free gasoline! .I. defense workin'' to was .
Join the 'GriILt
- ; J MANNER Army: but rated a last-minute deferment Patio--
Spotted an' Jotted: S. R. Johns after all .., Bride-elect .
bicycling to work at the Coca- Helen I .
Dowling quite awhirl
i'ml I Cola plant in the early mornln' these
get ready for
hours Should help the ole big event the NITELY
J.his shoe, made for officers or civilians Fiance Robert I.ee ; .
waist line, Sar Eldridge Rob* (Lt,) stationed at Fort Knox. .... ,
is of the finest Nunn-Bush inaon In town, tblnkln of sign- Ky. where,
one they'll live after: the *
In up with the new Volunteer wedding v THE 'MAN WITH A" THOUSAND-SONGS':
productions ever offered. jtnkh-Fash- Officers Corps Robt. Green, -

}J(1 iontd to make the smartness endure. for the Camp dry cleanin Shelby Miss.tycoon. .leavln'Katie knot says good Strke,music>lte*., .don't. Might appreciate '. '.MAURICE "L-UCKY"{ .Lu. KETT'

I Wainwright glvin' her infant
ac interest .
you to know that the PIANO
quisition, Mary Kat h e rine, a two numbers drawing the .. .
:' *
stroll Wednesday afternoon .
gest hand
at the Stetson Glee '
Attractive Jane Schultz wearln' Club : Hear Him.Swing That Steel ,Guitar
concert las' Sunday were .
one of the most .
perfect "tans" of ;
the .
quartette from. "Rigoletto"and ,... ; :
the season Nettle Tucker -
the .
sextette from "Lucia" .
sayln' "nertz" to the hot weatherby .' .' ,
(By the
hammerln' away' at a chicken way: If you want to .
pass yourself off as an old
coop around at her ducky new hound. .
residence you'll pronounce it Lu-
.4J!flrI- CHEE-a) Wonder If there's LUCILLE'BERGESON

'i Hear Blending Center any truth to the hot tip surging .
4"fro was without
water afternoon for several hours Tuesday air up and field down will Call be established St., that a 'us big Singing The Songs You Love. To Hear

Clogged pipe, this side of Blanding? .
they say ,. But strongly suspect It's Hope .
so Think how thrillln\ '
'twas a dep-dyed plot on 'twould be to *
go a ride in
; tbe part of genial.Joe Hughes to a .
Jeep with .
make the customers drink .more wings! So long; I ->
beer! Surely will miss Ann See you in, the next DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT EVERY NITE
Hutchings, who's leavln'! Koch's .
ST soon to join Rufus_ in Tampa '
Nun Buh See the whirl'of parties halt started .. TIL ONE :.O'CLOQK; J
t for lovely Patsy Roberts ACTION I RELIEF "
Incidentally, here's hoptn' some ....

Oa.ttlLALEXANDER thoughtless hostess doesn't make FOR ACID INDIGESTION S .
the sad
mistake' of.glvin' Patsy a
Coca Cola party, what with all

that Pepsi Cola stock she's hold- JEROME C.
ing If you get what I mean HUGHES, Operator

t Invites .Soldiers
and Civilians
.Q r s
& Hear Theodore Young pulled a
i V:4z' CO. good Joke on himself while he and .

: his mother were on their recent ._ 50Carpenter' < Cool Comfortable Cozy
vacation trip back North ..

Starke, Floriea Seems they were caught behind a New. ,
low-moving,,vblcl and after a Drug Store Orange Bus Depotc

roll* or so at the nerve-thatterin' -.,

f4 .

saw ,



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of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. R. E. Gahagan of Savannah :Miss Roberts Honored among the first Items on his thoroughly familiar with governmental i
h Ga.. en route to West Palm I
n Beach spent last week-end here At Dinner Party ,congressional program. procedure involving such
a as the guest of Miss I.:tta Tlxon "These are vital defense high I I
from :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez Miss Miss Clara Ma Harley and I I
I inI'turrwd Evelyn Stump is spending and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell. ways. Cary added. and the !
ter *eat spent Wednesday of last week in I
"Cleveland, this week in Tallahassee Miss Abbie Harley were Joint '
? the
u Jacksonville. as army und the people of Bradford will get these vital highways. 1h
6.t guest of Mrs S. P. Vandtvlere. Leon Rosenberg a student at hostesses Thursday night of last I county are In dire need of thorn. h

the University of Alabama, arrIved week when they entertained at It will be my purpose, to tee that
I.'lit' Hall a1 daughter, Miss Dorothy Delevan will leave Mrs. A. O. Andreu and Mrs. L. this week to spend the delightful dinner at i t the.. roads! are completed at the Recent Birtha
sun. ay at silver Friday night for a vacation trip F. Dinkins spent Wednesday after- summer vacation with his parents and party atnn I earliest possible. lime
'n' Huiry's I In honor of
to New Orleans. noon in Miss Mr and Mrs. Wllbci-l Hall,
Gainesville on business. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosen- I
berg Palsy Roberts, a popular bride|I Having *pent considerable time Hampton girl May 18.STENOGILAPIIRR3.

of Camp Air. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Mrs. Leo C. Bovlen spent the elect. I Washington working on road
an, Hazen projects I in defense area. ofFlorida N O T IIPAIS15e
,. ipem the week-end were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. weekend in Archer with her Mrs. EldrIdge Smith and daughter Covers were laid for twelve, I
the Second -lutADI'ORU
II. and particularly
Sullivan Sunday. grandmother, Mrs. G. V. Ander Diana, will return the latter the long table was centered
son. part of the week after a visit In with a bowl of pink oleanders+)district Cary declared that he U. 'OUNTY TELKOKAni.WOOLENS: .

White and daughter, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns Shubuta, Miss., with Mr. Smith's Blue candles! were used carrying''
Saturday In Jack- visited relatives In Punta Gorda Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Miss\ Sara parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. out blue.the color scheme of pink and I' I
> over the week-end. Barefoot and Mrs. BernIce Opper- Toney. '
man spent Saturday in Jackson The honoree Miss Roberts was s

Lanier spent the Miss Sara Barefoot will upend ville. Dottie Sue Biggs will return presented with a piece of her -
Ient friends In Green this week-end in Lake City as the Saturday from Brunswick, Ga., chosen pattern of crystal, and
guest of Miss Betty Darby. Mrs. L. W. Kemper lefi, last where she has spent the past Mrs. William E., Dowling, a recent -
week for Mobile, Ala., where her two weeks visiting her brother bride, was also given a gift. Are Getting Rarer Than
P PIlal
husband l Is employed I n a shipyard and slater-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Those enjoying this event with
Leslie Biggs. the hostesses. and the honoree
were: Miss Jacqueline Andrews Diamonds These Days !
Gun & Golf Club y
Starke Mrs.
MI-H. Bertha Pearce and CaptaIn Little John Mack Newsom son Dag-gelt, Mrs Dow-
ling, Milts Wills Vida
and Mrs. T. D. Smith visited of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse NewBom. is Killings-
MEETS Marlneland and St. Augustine back at his home here after worth. Miss Marcia Sparkman
last Sunday.Mrs. undergoing tonallectomy at the Miss Jean Edwards"", Miss Jewell LET US HELP YOU TO PRESERVE
Reddish and Miss Adel! Dinkins.
Thursday & Sunday AfternoonAT Alachua County Hospital in
y A. H. Frlpp of Columbia, Gainesville Monday : YOUR WOOLEN GARMENTS
3 P. Sf. AT S. C., is the guest of her son-in- Cary PromisesDefense

I law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rev. N T. King former pastorof Roads UY TIMELY MENDING AND REFITTING:
LINKSOn L. G. Powell. several Bradford County Baptist -

LANOLA Churches Is a guest In the Visiting Starke this week In I
Mrs. Henry A. Manassa I s home of H. H. Lewis in the Pine the Interest of hilI. candidacy, J, WE: SPECIALIZE IN DRY
Highway 48 spending this week in Lakelandand Level section. Mr. King was 92 G. (Jim) Cary, candidate for CLEANING FOR CIVILIANS
Belle Glade visiting her years of age on Mothers' Day. congress, declared I that if he KEAUTIFUL WORK AT PRE-WAR: PRICES
PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED mother and sisters. \ foes to Congress construction of
The baggage of Morris H. xurd I surfaced highway from ED PRINCE
Beautiful Cleaning/ Beautiful tothochlld, who was killed by a -awtey to Camp Blandlng and
Tailoring a t islanding truck at Camp Blanding two or from Hampton to Camp lllamiing,
Tailor, Opposite Park Theatre. three weeks ago, and whose baggage os well an the building of (he sea. -
ll ,; was advertised for, was lo- and lane on the highway from, Opposite Park Theatre Starke. },'I... '
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand cated at the Magnolia Hotel De Starke to .. .. .
MILL WORKOORS daughter, Miss Wilma Alexander Witt C. Jones plated. WeUnoHtUy. Camp Blandlng will be ." .
; NERAL .. .. .
spent Sunday afternoon in .. -
Keystone Heights. Mrs. J. T. Guy and John Guy, .. -. .
of Hampton und Mr. and Mrs.
Mia. Havana John Is a patientIn Fred Guy of Stitrke will leave
> WINDOWS & FRAMES, St. Luke's Hospital. Jackson. Sunday for Tallahassee. where First Political Rally

vllle, following an appendectomy they will attend the graduation I
FIXTURES & CABINETS Wednesday. exercises Monday at the Wom ,
an's College. Miss Mlrlan
Friends of Miss Amelia Ray will will be among the graduates.Mr. Comer Carpenter's Drug Store
PAINTING & DECORATING regret to learn that she is con
fined this week to her home because and Mrs. V. .;. Howard

GENERAL REPAIR of Illness. left: last trip Saturday In Georgia for a returning brief vacation FRIDAY MAY 22 9 P. M.

Mrs. Edward Burns left Sunday Tuesday night. They visited a
for Washington, D. C. where she son-in-law and daughter/ in Quit- Candidates For School Hoard, Will Also Appear' At Thin Time

e will take a two weeks' course in man, Ga., and another soninlawand Hear the message that the leading Candidate for Con-

Red Cross work. daughter in Plnetta, Fla. gress will have for the people of Bradford County and

Marvin Mayhew spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy the future plans for Camp Blanding. Every citizen of p
and Thursday in Tallahassee Saturday a two-weeks'
attending the Florida Druggist vacation visiting among relatives. Bradford County and employee of Camp Blanding

{WORK GUARANTEED Convention. They will divide the time between should hear the message that the next Congressman has
visiting Mr. Hardy's mother at
MI'''. Tillman Hutto returned Gainesville and Mrs. Hardy's parents for them. This message will be of particular interest to
home Monday afternoon from Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McCauley -
the farmers of Bradford County as JIM CARY is goingto
at Melrose.Lt. .
e Mobile, Ala., after a twoweeks'Visit ,
with her husband. tell them how they can sell their farm products to the

Miss Kitty Hogsed of.J ackson.: lee and. and daughter Mrs. ,John Catherine M. Brown-, spent largest consumer in the United States (CAMP

NO SLOPPY WORK vllle spent last week-end here the week-end here with Mr. and BLANDING) ;
with her mother Mrs. W. B. Mrs J. M. Brownlee. Lt. Brown
GIVE US A TRIAL Parks, and Dr. Parks. lee, who has been stationed at JIM CARY IS Tin: ALL DISTRICT : I.I '
w' Ft. Bennlng Ga.,' was recently V 0 T E

Mrs. Shirley Hall and daughter transferred to the' 1st Division. CANDIDATE First Primary returns I

Sharon, and George Blair, of f
Hartmann and MannRoad I WUdwood, spent Sunday after Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams FOR : PROVE it Compare
moved to Jacksonville this week
noon at Springs.
where they will make their home. VICTORYWITH I ...cAI; Y'S vole with that of his op.

13 At City Limits Beautiful! Cleaning, Beautiful Mr. Williams, principal of the ponent who was DECISIVELY ,
Tailoring a t Starke' Blanc1lDcTallOI'M. high school here for the past four i

STARKE, FLORIDA Opposite Park Theatre. years, has accepted an office position l. beaten in 15 of the 16 Countien.HER '. t t}
in the Jacksonville ship '1 .
Miss Freddie Wlmberly; and yards. {
Miss\. Ruth Simpson are enjoyinga r EIS TilE VOTK
visit with Mr. and Mra. Sam Mrs. O. L. McIntyre returned r

NAT SEZ Simpson, in Connecticut. Tuesday night after spending a ;, Cary Opponent
: week at her home at Warren, 'r
< AJachua lMI 199
Ind., where she went to attend l
A or two B. B., (Before John M. Seymour will leave '
year ,ago z Baker t55 177
the months the funeral of her mother Mrs
soon to spend summer
Ilan41ag'Wl>eJt everybody knew # Bradford 190 44C7ay $
< with relatives sin northern 'New- Frank :Jkdait. Mr..Me In Lire is in :
everybody else In Starke and you York, Maine and New Jersey. the Army stationed at Camp ___ '" .. 67L 296
y rJ /J: MB Vamea. :lake and Blandlng. and Mrs. McIntire is > Columbia ._, _:.. 9811 309
( Aeverybody wsn broke, I used to Capt. and Mrs. Bodenmiller of living with Mr. and Mrs. MarcusF. '6 Dixie _+_... 6U 101

forget troubles about three San Antonio, Texas are pleasantly Brown. : DUVAL .4764 1Zi4a. ,
my located at the home of ),{r. and I Gilchri8tor 38G 155
times a week In a game of Golf. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee near Starke:! Mrs. William H. Thomson Jr., ? rxfY lIamilton _-_- 'm 50 b
Now I dont,,. h a V.e! I iao many of Monticello and Miss Lillian 863 91
trouble, but Ionly, r have three Mr T. J. Griffin spent last Stump of Orlando; will spend the a LaFayette .
week-end with their parents. Mr. a Levy .. _1.1.__ 6'13
In Jacksonville the
week' and the Golf Thursday as
gallows a Madison 1098 113 '
guest of her son-in-law and and Mrs. Fred F. Stump. Mrs 'f s
CoUI'IMI"! thirty miles away. 807 258
daughter. Dr. and Mra. C. C. Thomson will return to Monti Nalissau
mind It.
Somehow. I don't even Mendoza. cello to finish oat her school Suwannee __ ,_ 1303 :117

term, and on Sunday May 31, Taylor ,959 39
(EEMAN MAKES FIME MOCCASINS Mrs. D. W. McClellan and children will go to VlctorvUle Calif., to Union -. 260 114
Woody and Janice, are visitIng join her husband who is In the
Mrs. McClellan's mother, air corps.
J. G. (JIM)
El MAN Mrs. R. E. Bartlett in Ripley, Total 16,498 15,408
Miss. Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Apopka
.Fevtf .. spent several days here this week

Mrs. Emma Rivers and MIlls as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R CARY The only c.unly carried by Cary'a
F. Demorest. She was accompanied .
Patricia, Willard of Auburndalewere
opponent was Duval where his opponent
by her son'and daughter a
guests last week of :Mr. and FOR
at the State' In-law, Mr. and Mrs. 'Eldridge
Mrs. P. S. Crews is supervisor of registrationand
Robinson of MaItland. While here,
Mr. Robinson took the physIcal CONGRESS has control of the registration

Johnnie Hagan of Sandston, examination a t Camp Blandlng
Va., Is the guest this week of prior to entering the Volunteer books and voting maehiam
Officers HE
his mother Mrs. J. W. Hagan,

and Sheriff and Mra. A. O. An Mrs. Edgar KToeppelberg will He saw the war now .waging long ,before most laymen.
dreu. receive her A. B. degree from the
Florida State College for Womenat By resolution of the Duval County Commission he stop-

i. Mrs. Lola Johns and two nieces Tallahassee on May 25, and ped shipment of two cargoes of'scrap iron sailing from,
Margaret and Georgia Gilpin, the following day- will arrive In
left Saturday for Senath. Mo., to Starke to make her home. Her Jacksonville to Japan. Here is some scrap iron thatwon't
spend two weeks with Mrs. Johns' husband came t o Starke last BOYS.
be SHOT at our
father.W. September as supervisor of the
A lot of men have paid Farm Security Administration, JIM CARY will fight for the defense road from Camp
for shoes C. Manning, a former em and has hilt office in the City
% more money ploye at the Bradford BarberShop Hall. Blanding to LA WTE-Y.
that look like. and feel was a visitor here Wednesday will for the' defense road .from Camp
JiM CARY fight ,
like, and oreleoth-. He Is now on the police CALL roil hln I
like this Sealed bid In el lfn For
., force In Jacksonville. to the a|>*.claT condition Incorporated Blanding. to HAMPTON. people

handlommoccasinI! Jimmie Sewell returned Wednesday '. for of the In furniture furnlnhlnff the forma and for and olh..r'bidding Iniitallatlon ..,'' County to secure these vital defense roads it is going to

from the University o' Starke equipment hOollnI'r ronnvctlon.. Docket with Via, be necessary for the people of Bradford County to go to

Florida and will spend two weeks S-IOt will be received at the office 26th and elect JIM CARY the
here before e n t e ring summer of the Hoard of I'ublla Inntruetlon the polls Tuesday, May ,

$6.50 school at the University. Court until 10 House A. M., ,Btarke R. W., T..,Florida June lot up man who carried 15 counties out of the 16 in the Second

After a very pleasant stay of 1942. and aloud.then by All a publicly certified bid ahall opened check be andread accompanied or. Congressional district. JIM CARY is the salvation of the

15 months In Starke, Mr. and bid bond In an amount equal to
left last week five per cent (5%) of the ....all small counties.The .
Mrs. Irving Hugel hid made payable to the Hoard of
It'l sal l comfort. Mnlce i1 fUMAN'I soft mow* .Is.IM1sternberg's for New York their City home., where they County Public Instruction Florida. Forms B f-for Bradford bidding Political machine of Jacksonville is fighting JIM CARY. :

will make may be aeeured at the office of nail
Hoard or at the office of Sanford )Why{ ? Because they can't control him.
Ha Hie Jones, of LAwtey, chief W. (loin. Architect Ualn."III.

> clerk for the Florida Power ALight Florida.The Board of Public- Inntruetlo (Paid for by friends of JIM CARY In Bradford County.) I
Co., will return Monday of Bradford County. Florida.
from a two weeks' vacation at By W. K MI of Public iMtructlvn.
his wife' home in Stuart. I S-23 It ,-.,


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Ml;::1i'1' ; ; WITH OUR FARMERS 1 I ame was born to Bradford In Clay before County be can but n r FARMERS' SECTION I Florida State FarnjI

,remember and has lived here I -- - -- -
-- -- -
;<) 'I I'I' since that time He has two sons I

i I ', "I don t think Ihe enemy will can't make It," He dlscuswed the 14 and 16 years of age-both In fliNTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD i RURAL fly E. K. Bouvier G T.'fOC: ;ElllUt

.1 vg i- ever actually get over here." laid alternative of appealing to the the seventh grade In B. US The I COMMON SENSE. : CLUB An enjovab; ,

!I' \ II % .(. M Dlxon. who farms 25 acres I rationing board for more gas. ortiadlng ,third son was graduated there I I Community Club held its all attemiim,, },lQe].. ,.

:M ".. j I seven miles north of Starke. last i I his car for a truck. several years ago. VEGETABLE PREPARATIONThe :REDISCOVERY OF HOME meeting Tuesday after gether F "QIi' "" .
I. ; Saturday "They will keep dick- I "I am growing plenty of stuff I Mr. Lewis Is now worried about Routine business was at- tires are "' ( AI
i4: ", "* 4 erlng around, but I believe when to help win the war." he auid his oldest son who like so many enjoyment and benefit derived -I Gasoline rationing on top to and a social period was resicJent l1a\l, b,

., i.'\i-f !,r::1*. the United State really gets prepared "and then if I can't haul It, I young men during these days has from eating vegetables depend -: the shortage of tires is (' Many lovely flowers these Weekll PI8I1nt
;i. j.tth. 1, for war we will top might as well not grow It. It's already filled out his questionnaire largely on the way they are I I travel to that absolutely the room. Mrs. J. C. Wal- must have SCHne Odl'lIee I

1\ f\' I'II'I ; : them." hurting both sides to ration gas and half received a second prepared. To help you to get full sary. No longer do the town Mrs. P. D. Fancher served tlon. Mrs J, (} DUtet!

11; W1 "Even with numerous ship lnkLfl no the farmer can't haul his pro- paper to fill out with reference enjoyment and benefit from your go to the country or the sandwiches and tea. On by Mrs J" Crj__,
.!{ ) inCH all up and down our Florida ducethe war and the farmer.Hardy to :his possible entrance in to the vegetables, we offer more Information folk go to town, except on Friday several of Robt. Kite 'erved Wallaq

'r_ :. I ; li't;'Lfl: Ii coast line, with khaki-clad lads [service. He himself was exempted and suggestions on vege- ness, and even then as much business members cut work for the Dancing ann 111
',ttJ In large numbers constantly walk- Williams who has from the last war. having a table cooking today. as possible Is transacted Cross. kinds Were" enjoYed gllQliI.]

:. 'I"5: I': (I In y tp and down our streets, and ,"fanned all h la life" up until family and being a farmer. Steuming one time. cream Was served br.

I \ with these army truck umbllng about three years ago, has caughtup His berry crop-one acre-was This is a very good method for I What at first appears as D. Mobley spent the evening. iii..
it 't'fl"I ,.1 by all the time It Is till difficult with his farming and quit. He not good. Only about a half- saving food value in vegetables. hardship may turn out to be I with the W. E. Collins

tit: : ,.. r I' for us to realize that we are lives just outside the city limits crop, although the price was fair, The pressure cooker cooks vegetables good thing, not only for the conservation and other friends at Ft. Nelle Mrs. J. R. Segret,

A; f .f. \'" ,!, i really a't war," Ventured the re went of Starke o n Dr. W. E. he said. In a shorter time but overcooks of tires and rell ot Segree and MIq,

It'. '1,1\, ;: t porter. Mlddleton'a old place which* Is fresh vegetables. It is excellent but also for homes, families Leslie A. Shepherd and Guilford Palatka, Nr. allll

,< J1)5.) \ k "They.. would not .Tiave me In now owned by Coiley Johns but Roaming Hens for softening legumes. The communities. No doubt many Mrs. Calvin Williams re- were and son, MIk,
.v ', ,l \ I he wanted to make it clear that cooks with the will rediscover our homes guests of Mr.
J the laat war, said Mr. Dixon. "I "waterless cooker" us Saturday from a ten day Williams IIIIH
i' ; \ j ; J bad too many dependents, and although there were a few acres Endanger addition of little or no water, thus communities, and find out to points Georgia and Miss Saturday

I\t F 'r J j wan a farmer beside.." It was attached he was renting onry the Entire FlockThe !waving food value. they are pretty good places I Brooker Madelln I Cft

t, t '! .i' I ii solemnly agreed that no war house to live In and not the Boiling all. was received Friday that Roy Fisher was the C1ItIt

:. ?t1 t,, U41i could be won without the fullest farm. He raises about an acre of hen in the farm flock may Boiling Is the most wasteful The mechanized age In Fancher had left Norfolk, Miss Sunday.

:. iY.!o.i; j ; cooperation of the farmer, who garden. and nothing more. like to roam at will over the farm method for cooking vegetables as we have lived during recent I he was In training for touring Rheba the Dumi !oft

I'' 1.1. a.'L1i supply both soldiers and civilians "A poor man can't farm" he but It Isn't best for her or the the minerals and some vitamins has taken us away from home Patrol) duty somewhere on teachers. State. wt,'
f 'j :. with rations. stated Saturday. "A fellow plants others. dissolve in the water and are lost community. Organizations, meeting Coast. and Mrs. wa the 111III
;; : And speaking of the word "ra 8 or 10 bushels of potatoes that This Is one of the points If the liquid Is thrown away. BoilIng i and Just pleasure.travel Mr. J. C Wan
&; J.1' : tion." Mr. Dixon dUcusned the cost him more than J100 and he brought out recently by Dr. M. W. In the skin and whole, saves 11 kept us on the go. School Caroline sister Bradley Is vot\ and and Mrs L. t
: :J, 'l"ll j I'' present gas rationing regulations, can't make a dollar a bushel for Emmel, State Experiment Station more food value than when the ]have carried our children to consolidated .Mrs. Vance Geiger vacation baby have relul1IJI

.' 11"! \ .. ,\j and the hardships It worked on them. Labor Is out of eight" and 'poultry veterinarian for owners of vegetables are peeled or cut into I I ,j schools, and they spent In t
; ; P' : ,:Il the farmers-especially those who I H. M. Rlcharde and chll- Warren Dobbs,
'l : ::1 hampers are high can buy farm poultry flocks. smaller pieces. Mild I I flavored I i naturally been drawn away )11\
..iI'li.f' :! 47 like himself did not have a truck. them than I can raise ; Jane and Henry, are visiting Holllngsworth and
ft "Chickens that roam over the vegetables should not be cooked j l their local communities In thinking bab7
1, I"; ;ytr \ "1 have 12 or 14 acres of truck them. Beans the Mrs. J. H. Ritch in Jack latka. and Mr and
are tame
; $ way. farm are subject to attacks by In an excess of water. I t and loyalty. They have Dobbs ilia
i ) tuff," be wild "and I have a The wants his for the for several days. of Raiford
man I'H"
t money hawks and other predatory animals I to town for shows and were
: f j, touring car and a trailer Instead sped and the fertilizer, and Frying Frank Edwards of Mel- Mr. and Mrs Arch
i I you but this Is not all, he said. Frying is' the least desirable I amusements. Too often, both children
\\IJ J: 'Ii I! of a truck and they won't allow can't get anything for the beans. "If one of them becomes Infected method of cooking because cooked I j'' and adults have come Miss Catherine Huggins day.Mr
% !. is'. me to market It. I vll1e, Ky., were guests of .
enough gas and Mrs.
"The Government l Is going to with a poultry disease, she carries fat coats the food I and interferes' I think of home as a place to I EdmDnd
'//J; 11. i.r.i', i begin next week carrying my have to take over the farms," he It to every part of the farm with digestion. I| occasional mealy/, sleep, and park Mrs. M. E. Griner Thurs- and son Roger and liz

1 : I stuff to market, and am allowedonly I predicted "The middle man-the and thus makes control of the nI". .. u. I It t the car. _Friday._,, .. n' .. I H. B. Fiazea and I.MU" _
I. ; I' 33 gallons of gas from now --- ." .... ewiie is and
/ J I man with the collar and tie--the disease a very difficult task. BUI- conditions are 'I anepnern vIsitIng I Henry Mor'iMvllle : ;
"'i.;; j, -; ;' until July 1. My sharecropper, ,one who does the selling-Is the When chickens are confined to And here are a few recipes. for the duration c1Ja.zg'I5radically of the D. C., as the guest' were Sunday gu
d j P. C. Barefoot, and I both use BILked Bn'ts Lex Green. and Mrs
1j'H'f J. B .
who makes limited
: I' one any money. areas they may be rotated war. Not so many meetings Caldwd1.<]
''If 1 ,. f I my trailer. I will have to make :I quit the farm three years ago," from one yard to another, : Wash, cut off stem and root being held, not so many other Annie M. Rlcharde Is visit, Miss Mar xaret .
t. bake slow-
end. Place rack and
'it; one round-trip to Jacksonville j on daughter, Mis. Bruce Nor-
: II he said, "and have been doing public and the diseased ones can be things are taking the ; spent the
segregated people week-en
day and sometimes We ly till tender (I to to 4 hours). in
; every two. Jacksonville this
7ttfl week.
ij.; r ;, Ii ,.. "tt\ II j l works He was with the CCC "before other birds become Beets prepared In this way havea from their own homes and communities. and Mis. Curtis Malone with her aunt Mra WL
for seven or eight months at one Infected. }<;. C Scott
; g. ( :! Members of the family has
1 1i ; f11 rich color and good flavor and bean
'A'J 'r'r time and five or six months at The Experiment Station worker if baked when heatis and of the community are becom- returned from a pleasant to his home scveul din,]
are practical
t. another When they moved the also stressed the importance of ing acquainted with each other relatives in Sopchoppy. severe case of broncWU\ I IMiss
for other things.
.. i Veteran's camp from Gold Head sanitation, regular and required and Mrs. G. A. Richardson
'tf .. .. SHOE feeding beets and slip off skins. Slice again. They are returning to the of Adele Reed of lie]
1 Crescent
; Blanch to "B" ridge near Sarasota fresh water for chickens. City are
11 r.: Fresh simpler forms of entertainmentof Ga., Is the
and season with salt, butter, guest of Mr ,
i" at the
staying home
he quit. He has been with water, he said Is always Important the "good old days" and find- Gerald Cox.Arthur .
r small
':fi ft' the Quartermaster at Camp Blan. but particularly so In the sugar pepper and' a : Ing them not so bad. and Mis L A. Shepherd.
of Reheat and
... amount vinegar. has Hundley of KM!|
.1..1 I ding for about a year. hot summer months. The University of Florida Agricultural accepted a
'' serve. and
1 ) "When Owners of farm flocks will at Blanding and Is ex Camp Bldndini
4Ijii :I a man works his hands prevent Extension Service Is
looses and make their Panned' New Cabbiige to live In Starke when a guest of Mr i'
he ,
i 1'i' ; 1 doesn't make anything. Whenhe chickens naming community leaders In J.! H.
Ingredients: 2 raw h red- can be Hundley
quarts procured.
works more profitable if .
his will
l \ brain he does. If I they I practically every farm, community,
1 \ ded cabbage, 4 tablespoons bacon and Mis. Durwood Joe Lander
vaccinate Williams II
J I had spent all the time that I them against chicken and these leaders will help not penl:
: ""VIi ) spent farming for nothing learning pox, as commercial poultrymen fat, and salt and pepper. only to pass on Information about children Catherine and summer with hi' g ,

-:.:f, if 7 to carpenter, I would have do, ..the veterinarian:! explained. Put fat In frying pan, add cabbage farming quotas and progress, but after spending a pleasant MI's. Eat-3, at Avon Part l
t. f been better off. On the farm, it t-ouury mortality irom chickenpox cover tightly to keep In the also in leading community meet. with their parents, Mr. and Miss Melba Crosby ti[
I ,! ( doesn't rain enough/ or It rains Is not very high, but the steam. Cook slowly and sttr occasionally. Ings where the small groups are L. William- u____ _hav.__. _. ..--otM.noH___...__ was the guest of Jin, Rover

.1. ij WHILE YOU too much, something Is always disease weakens the resistance of When cabbage has lost gathered for entertainment and home In Pensacola. Saturday night

wrong." affected birds against roup, colds, some of its crispnem. but Is still discussions. In no far as machinesare Caldwell and daughters, Little Harold Godwin

p'' : I WAIT I Mr, Williams was In the service and bronchitis diseases which green, sprinkle with pepper, more available, motion pictures and and Peggy, were overnight a serious attack of i m '

i.1 a year during World War I, often cause heavy losses in farm gait If needed, and serve at once. film strips and slides will be of Mr. Caldwell's parents Mis. R Toucher andllnl

All Work Guaranteed. and was over-seaa, After getting Hocks b,e asset,'teil. Eggplant Son Hoped shown. They will have both entertaining at Ocklawaha.! Parker are visiting In J J
cl4'L there he was transferred to the Ingredients: 1 medium-sized and educational value. J. B. Johnson and daugh ville.

1. Only The Highest Quality Rainbow 42nd Division, and More Peanuts eggplant, 1 cup rich milk 1 cup Community centers have been Mae, of Worthington
PU! leather Used was in three or four battles, he water In which eggplant is cook- established in are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robinson Is attt
many places, large.
II, said After the Needed For Oil ed, unsalted crackers 1 business In Clearwater.
j war he worked egg, 3 ly through efforts of home demo
;4 j ); -" '' three years In the southern partof Farmers Told tablespoons butter, pepper and onstratlon club members. These Mildred McCreary of Jack Mrs. George Mantua! ,'
i} the salt and was the here the flint of the i
; BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE state In the orange 2 tablespoons chopped can now be used to advantage for week-end guest
tlk"I"ot and Mrs. visit her husband it r|
\ groves at Frostproof and the onion. P. p. Fancher
Florida farmers all of
;; will miss their community meetingsand '
W' REPAIR Crowder, Mo., write
I phosphate !mines at Fort Meade. 1942 war production Cut eggplant / cubes and entertainments. thit.j
li goal for peanuts Community spirited patient been transferred to Tyler! |
1 Aezusii From Pontofflre for oil cook in salt water until trans- cJiurcheu have
by an
O.OOO acres Unless opportunity to difficulties, with with work In the SlgncI
J. L.. progres-
PI 3 'I' Lewis, who farms 60 acres I they can plant the parent. Drain eggplant, reserving revive Interest in their work and
,1'' j '\(J1'1' -____________________ 42 miles northwest of Starke, I II additional 1 cup water. Add, 1 1-2 cups to who make the most Mrs. Manassa Is there r': |
):\ :;': .. acreage needed during the next serve on a large scale as so- the situation may be, Friends of W E.
coarsely 1
few weeks, according to J. Lee crackers cup ,cial as well as religious* centers. i Nation
rich' milk, onion, 2 founded on bed- be pleased to hear that!betj
Smith, tablespoons The homes
agronomist and the
with the State communities -
reflects itself In the and lit
FUNERAL valesclng
DIRECTOR Agricultural Extension Service. I egg beaten thoroughly.Mix make up the Nation. As they I national spirit.
his home from the harp
Sly Many Tears Experience Makes It PoiMlble for !Me to Render Asked to plant 273,000 acres thoroughly and pour in buttered
.I i?. EFFICIENT' PROMPT! and COURTEOUS: SERVICEMODERATK In peanuts for oil this year-an baking dish. Stir 1-2 cup of

i "I PRICKSDeWITT increase of 235 percent over their finely ground crackers in 1 .tablespoon

I V'- C. JOSESSta..ke. 1941 acreage Florida farmers butter and sprinkle over
have the mixture. Bake about 30 minutes
; i-'t Florida planted approximately 223-
000 acres for In moderate oven.
j ..'. this purpose! thus
far, Mr. Smith reported.

"Florida farmers are working Farmers Urged

hard to meet! the heavy demands) To
OUICK SERVICE AND being made upon them for maintaining Report
.1 Q' SATISFACTION or increasing other crops Scrap Metal On Hand

IS OUR as well as peanuts for oil, and
MOTTO they are doing a splendid job to Response has been poor in

Ir1 meet the production goals for this Bradford county to the request of
Short Order Sandwiches year. However. I believe they the War Production Board that
Cold Drinks can meet the peanut production farmers indicate tbe quantity of

I 1 : -i And Delicious Home Made Pies 'goal if they will push just a little scrap rubber and metal they have

: harder for a little longer. They're and are willing to give or sell to

LU1 -. "In....the. ', u home_ _stretch.'. in .planting the covernment-
; ABA i.un, ait. oiijiui aeciareu.. Post cards were sent to farmers
Luncheonette The Extension worker especially throughout the state asking for

urged the farmers) of Suwannee, this Information which Is badly CHEVROLET DEALERS

Hamilton Mad I son, Columbia, needed to complete arrangements

a'i b _ _ _ _ Taylor, Lafayette, Alachua, Mar. for collecting ''fecrap for war In
i4 lon, Gilcbrlst. and Levy counties dustry. Wherever sufficient quantities .
to make efforts to plant' more of pcrap are located ;

iMt From where I sit. peanuts in order that the goal will be i made by the purchases W Have the Broadest

may be attained. "There I Is still P. A, which will send trucks on Experience
$s time to plant" h e continued. collection trips for the
_ _ "Runners
can be planted :At the
.# now and direction of Donald Nelson
Spanish peanuts can be planted head of the War Production
; Ay Joe Marsh at late as the latter part of June Board, 535 poet cards were dis IN SERVICING ALL MAKES
.. and
a crop. Sped are still tributed In Bradford County, up
:: WuLiivr. I bear abort anybody I mention this story about Dad available. Peanuts planted now to May IS, 192 only 15 replies :

_ hiring big family" I think of Dad nosluns because lie or within the next two or three had been received, advising that OF CARS
and Ma Iloskina. something weeks will not 6. I AND TRUCKS
The llosaias had like what I understand the beer compete with labor 575 pounds of. scrap was available .
? thirteen children. Industry .la doing to regulate itself. being tobacco harvested.or early" 'peanuts when of which .08 per cent was
offered to the
government with
They weren't a bad brnuh of kids. S S Pickers -
4t diggers, and out charge. The price offered at
by and .large but
It setned Aa I see it most of the beer In other equipment will be available W. P. A. collection trucks Is 25

_ _, ,z Sr bo the baring other a of fan them with would UM always a if>. dustry right. .behaves. but itself perfectly all for the harvest, he,said cents a hundred pounds .for scrap For years Chevrolet dealSPRING MOTOR TUNE-UP

l h... every now and then metals and a half a cent a
or would
a window I guess,a retailer eomoa along whoruns Tobacco ElectionAll for all kinds of scrap rubber. ers have had the largest
baseball or some other kid "
trIcks Kept Dad and Ma a place that isn't up to When: scrap has been collected 1 TMI M.........VMV. 12Clee ..4Adj'
mighty; scratch .. sort of like In number of trade-ins c.-
a wayward tobacco marketable and
.bwy eli the Urn. kid. growers who sold .quantities in any ,
on the auction at 'Lake City last ,area the accumulation will be of. 2 T*.l -.....' 1 13chedo.01'".*

: ea. So like Dad Hoskins'family,tho year are eligible to vote In a ref fered for sale by bid to waste material therefore, the widest opportunity ; .. .
On. day Dad got a bright idea. brewer erendum 3Cbe.k .... ... s.-. 14AdI.'I.,401V*
and beer distributors May 25 to 28 to deter- dealers, who will ship it to "..
Bo called the whole ft-illy to>>- hart united mine whether war Industries. : ; to d" a1'4CtMck '
together In this service
: % i an IndiasgetbSTfOT&peCtalff.eetlDgrtth. market will be an '......hI'
? dinner table. try t,'lf-rtgulatio* program to designated for free and manda The poor response. reported In m4 tut IgnMiM 15. o.ttWe
I help the proper authorities "clean tory Inspection of all tobacco this county l Is not believed to In. condition all makes and "...._ ,. '
_____ Ho told them he was tired of ap or clot up" offending retail passing over auction sales floors. dicate a lack of scrap materialson 16chedo""""

.t1 checking up on them all the timo. places.The. The referendum will be conducted the farms. 'Rather It is believed models. Make sure S T..."'Jtl_ c.a Check .-uI

_ ; '5 H. said ho thought they were old brewers, who want to proti by the USDA Agricultural Marketing that many farmer have t, 6IesfC..s..r-' 17 willi w.'"
: enough now to cheek up on them tect beer's good name, cooperate Administration not realized the urgent need of your car is serviced "
_____ ; selves. The older children would wisely with the authorities who During the same period a similar war Industries for such material right /CbM. ....!lift 18........T-.'....
l *
ti -
watch tho enf the law. referendum will to feed the r
_ -, younger ones. They be conducted munitions of war to make sure it is serviced
would have meetings every so oo on 48 other flue-cured markets In the fighting fronts. Ic..w.. -'
often and hand out Virginia, North Carolina Farmers of tho t" <0.- ..
rewards or From South county are urg- by your Chevrolet : ...,. ..
punishments. where I sit that's a a.. Carolina and Georgia. Twenty- ed to send in their reports in dealer 9 Arffii. ..._..... M .c.
thing for the brewcra to do six flue-cured order that
S oo markets in these collection trucks may

Well It was a crazy Idea but the after particularly all they're when really yon realize not responsible that. states service.already have the inspection be assigned be-routes where collection '. Originator; Outstanding Leader | 5 5
may made
kids liked it and they. started behaving for retailing conditions. effectively.. "CAR 10'.0.$4
better than they ever had ,
II Excess ,. .
before. The Idea worked and Dad FREE r Add causes TO CHICK .RIA Octe.e s.--
finally did get a littl Ume for him- c90e 1tfAu e youStomach '

1-j Hit Bloating,Cat,uie.r Heartburn. Indigestion Belching V"70AYS" Torode Chevrolet CG<

Natuoa,got n free sample of UDGA

; No 41 of a Scries .pyrig&i. 1943. Brtving fabury TfllIItt l Ira and CARPENTER'S a free Interesting booklet at take666 C

DRUG STORE Starke, Florida



$ 22. lttZ! TAOR; NiNA :

Replace Cattle GapR. IN riRCi-iT rorMT. RR.' PORn TIIR PUBLIC rnooi.. OK ..i.CM i' neceaxary equipment and gerund r'
PETTICOAT ARMY: COUNTY FM K10A| IN CHA'f.1f..I..n "('HOOI. InsTNII"r1)ETEItwIV.' .| improvements aH of such school
NEWS ANALYSIS R. Prevatt *'Ent. ."'U TIIK AMOI" 'NT OK" IIO>I>H HK-I T facllttlea and Improvements I "
KLY To Serve Overseas appeared before gerreto. Plaintiff ..... Rr.d Ml"IRKII TO HM l....l'Kit Foil '. toil I located at 1'41..ke. I n llraufurij belnir "
the City Council in behalf of the Secreto. Defendant Can No. 1111. ti HPOHKH: ".:T F11H1'H iv' TIIK'' County, Florida :,'

.h Enlistment of 150,000 American farmers on the east attic of townto ORDER NOTICH OF l'1'HI.ICATION' AND ,'&''r'T'U'II OK KI.He"1'ONa HFMl :- | (1".I..tllln.'o Voters: Mark t p

!*to iets Break Nazi Lines at Kharkov women between the ages of 21 and see If the City would not reinstall STATE OF( PIXmiDA TO Al'PKAH to: Fred MM KMTIMl!<.", .:n.TIItT TIIK R'at"III 1K OK HOM' lIKUKW'r \<-! I an X" before your choliv),

Sei-reto. of 381 lilt Av.., Kingston : TO II.: l>
tlan, 44 for non-combatant service with the cattle which %ll> 'IIIKIIKOV. '
gap ex- Nt Y .
ANI TIIK riMK ... I 9
& s> [Relieve Pressure on Kerch Front the regular army anywhere!' In the sated at Alligator Creek on Road You are required to appear on 1'1'-1.. 451) l"l'9IIl: :%'r IIIal

X ; world was authorized when the senate 261 before the new grade was June Court lit.. 1942 In the above. named II UltMlW AM 1.1. UK: III K t tI
and cause, hereto/ plaintiff AXIt WMKM:! l' "\IIIKl ,M> KOH AOAINST BONDS
. l Takes Over All Air Lines passed a bill creating the wom made. He told the Council that aaeks divorce lirndford County ltti.tit-i: PI Ki>o..t.:'". '

,, 5. Army ; en's auxiliary army corps. The the farmers bad rained the money TelPB-rnpn In next four shall weekly publish limue this Order Mav.' \VIIKKKAS.1MJ; : on the I2ih. day of I I HKCTION t. That Don I*. Hoover 1

'111I Brackets Face Income Taxare house had previously approved the and put In the cattle gap and Wltne my hand and official The: Hoard of I there Pull wan Instruction lireNenled of to ,! Titus. Olnon, and It.. .1''. Demurest. \
h of
whom ht
j mi ii bv dMrrmin-
.l! Wage measure. Neal nt Stark,. Florida, thin April Kradforit County, Florida Klectlon : K
i er that It had been torn down. 211'h 1HZ.IO.'FlI'IAI.. : an 1 rtl to b* duly < d th !rfor.. beMint I
.qul it Petition( dated n.. ot the I lib''' hereby .,
t The corps will be uniformed. The City Council by unanimous SEAL A J. Thom. day. of !March.9t2: regular In all they an appointed a> ,

llr NOTE-W... .pl.I... are ezeremd la ..... eelamne, therf Pay In the ranks will be $21 the vote decided to furnish the materials h A:" Clerk. of HUM\ I'ou'l. :5-1 4t 5-3 rapecta and Hliined liy mure than and lUHpertorti' J I* Peek nf mt I la ht.bond appolnl.d.IMctall: ( : ,;

1Ia., ??.. oar raw. ..* .., .......'11,. ., tale ....p..er.) first four months and $30 from needed which will i lyK.for Perryman Plf.iv ! I u. R.I...." by Western Newspaper Umon.) I then cost xpeclai: refilling In bring: : hereby found: to b. uuly) "
In., .( en. Members ef the corps from $200 to $300 and the Stateloail rinci IT roi'R. HHDFOIOD .,f Hiailford Tax Hi luntl Klutrlit Ha. 3 qualified for rush posit Ion.Nhl'7'1(1.N .
must be In good health unimpeachable County, Florida, uetltlnnlnic t- &. That tilt mild Kiiper t
has 40INCY .OH..41 IV "'llHenrv l-ald limb
Department' already \> to l 1M"iie> bond lntemltnt x-offlelo
'+Ai character and have agreed to put It in when theyhardsurface F ER\: 'John ft' sold School lilHtrlct. In. the principal Hoard AH ttt* and hit Secretary IN h..rbyauthorised of I IMaid
Pencak. Plaintiff ,
no dependents. A WAAC va. amount of not to exceed. and directed forthwith
company that part of the Marilyn I 1I..1I"lIh.. Penoak, IWen- Thirty-five Thmieand lui Isar. ".1S-I to cause I this resolution and the
Mm according present plaas, road. dent ORDER Cane OF No 19)0.! !) 000), lilt proceeds. dtrlteil. from the Inuoi,'porutett Nol .let rif' Hoiid J *.,-
will PrHLICAT10V AND Kale i.f such bond together with Ion to lie, .
V comprise women and puhllfthtd oars each
NOTICH TO APPKAIt f units to lie aranleti,
by the t'nllcd
144xl g wink for four MurremHv week (In
tYr X' four officers. JIT.\THOP' FLORIDA to: Marilyn Mtatea of Amerli-a, to lie iiaeil. exUUHlvely the: Itradfnrd'aunty.
< CHURCH DIRRTTORY OF Oallnither Pencak. whose residence. for the public schools nfmuh Telegraph ittiffWRpupMr
It was intimated that the first la nknown.: : : School IilMtrlit, sod that aneleitlon published. In and off general -
SERVICESKIR1T rtrt'itlullon within Bald I
task of the corps would be in the June You are required' to hnveenaned ) he helil in accordance. with Tax School; tMtrlrt: No. .1 nf Special Hrnd ,
'tili \PTIST Int., 1942. In the the Constitution. .
and slat'utpa of ford
! aircraft warning services. Some of R*... A. N. ..1"' ......... Pallor. Court and cause wherein plaintiff the Stale. of Florida oil the qllea-, hand i'onnty KlorUlii, which Noticeof I IaN
i I..U.o
IN .
| the duties would include job. as MM N. _.1... Mreet seeks divorce anI'ustodv of Child.I lion of the iNHuunce of MUI..li bomla" ; folloWB; hereby glv n
Church Sonool 9:4&: A. M. Itrndford (County Telritrnph. shall and .
U clerks teletype operators, switchboard MorningWorthip 1:00: A. M. pubJInh thin Older. In next four MllKltKAS. II IH the opinion of "0'1'1"101. OK IH\II FhEITIOv<
telegraph or telephone opera- H. T. U. 7-09: 1'I.. weekly InmjeltnenK *. The Mount. nf I'ublU' Inntrui." Nutlt'e. In hereby given. that an
' Evening Worship M.00 Pt.. \\' my hand and official of Bradford I Florida that lci'tloii will Im held at the llrad
:i top and messengers. W..dn."d.Fo..hlp 11.00 1M.. enl nt !starke" l.-lorulu, this April :It 1 In In the :bent"Ir.il.. of: nald ford County (wart house' In Htark., !
99th.l! IlUU''FWIAI.FEAt.! Itratlfotil Oounty, '''rld... on the
Pwkk Duties in other branches of the Hpeilal Tax School IHetrlrt No J
e .) A. J. Thomas of llrutlforil: : County.: Floilfta\ that lath Uy of Jun.. A. I'. 1041! durIng -
service would include pharmacists, FIRST 'F.T"O'T. A" Clerk of said Court. 5-1 41 R-23 the" said .bondn. be mil. horlai-d. latiiiei : th.. ii..,.,'s. prescribed. by law
dieticians, hostesses laboratory as R... (iI. C. Powell. ....... "'-n,. IX MnricHn. Jaiknonvllle, Jo'... ) and. HoM fur the imruoeeNntateil for the h..telln") "f general. elect
1M: N. Chare Sir ret Atty. for Pit. in the mild FI.,'Ilon J'etiilon t ttitiiH, for the puipunu" of .1..I.ronln..
I sistants{ laundry workers and stewardesses Church School 10 00 A. X 'TIIKIIKFOHK: II Resolved. log the will of the qunllftfd' vlf>o*
slY liy !
Sunday :00 A. M. IIi of HP.M In) Tux, School PI.I.let] l
The Hi"..rd of I'ulillf ln.t rm't Ion of
Young p.:: : P. M.: IM f"1114"I IT111'11?. IlllI>KOIII> Itradfuril. County' r'lorldu. .as to I. No, 3 of Hi ad ford County: Klortdn.t '
EveningWorship 1.00 P M ('lll.'rFI.Illlill 4I i% Ill \>. low: tae 4iittntloii of til* INsua nee of 1 I
h ,, ti:1h GAS WARFARE : Wednesday, Worship I 00 P. Il.'T. i'.:"1'. bondlu' the atitount t.f Thirty
I Sadie llornlxh HolllHter,n..h..nl.1 I Mi-cllon I That an tin. lion lie ftvtt Thoiimind Ilul lit rn I'U.OOO: d*. r
Fresh WarningFollowing t.N Kveiy T HolllHler. and the tilt SlitIs hereliv: culled|| | unilutdereil HriitHMt In the KrNolutlon of The.
D MARK" FPIecoP1.Npv. Cnxe Nr. 1991. til IIA held. at the pliice. hoard of ltibllo Instruction vt
1. Prime Minister Church Fred. lerhea. Itevloraoe tilt OFat (111 IMTHMCTION i where the IIIHI: iieneliil: eleollon! wan I IIr..dr..1| I'iMinty Klorldn, adopted
N. mart-It Street \M I' NOTI<'H TO MM-KAIl: held throiiichfiiit Special Tux School 011 thrt Uth Mny. I'-MJ.
$ ill's warning to the Axis on gas warfare Church School 16 UO A, ail 8T\TI1!' ) OF 'I.OHII'\> : to Kvery I IMntrlit. N... ::1 l of llruilfoid" Connly. onlrfhiR the: 1 1..r.lrn"o, NxII eleu-
d came a further assertion that Sunday Wornhlp 1100 A M. T. llolllKter. whose mlilrexa. la. It. Florliln' iianiclv) at the Hrxdruri" ,I I"I Ion unit prvMt*! lltttiir cattalo. lti.tln .-
I SyN..t i Sunday Kvenlna. 1'10 P. M. .'. 1 I' 1 I. Clean, New York. I County C o u i I h Ouse.. In ,Sliiike. with KtMpm. to the proponed.
h ii i Britain was better equipped than Friday. Evening 7 30 P. M. You. are" lequired. to nl" "'''''' on Itiadfotil. County, Flol .Ida.. on I Iha ,, tiitiidM. I the ,pi.oi-fM.lM of NUcn bands l
Germany for this type of combat.A Holy Daya 10.00 A :51. I'nuit'. 'Int. l ) the iilionmimed. l Illlll "day: of .)tune A. li 11I42. for t"Kfthr with funds to h. granted
ami 11111CB(' "herein i plaintiff :thi* piu | oHe of iletcriiilnlitK Ihii: will .j by this I'nifHd I HtAtfH of A..........
itrre Laval's position crew more difficult as the United States InJril report by the chemical expertof rlns'r serka dlvoiie. lirinlford. Cmtiuv. of Inti frecholdeialui. life quasiflail :| to t lui iiNfil vxiluxlvrly for the pub-
PRESITYTI: :Ielty : !
0 effect ceased to recognize Vichy control over Martinique and the ministry of economic war. R.r. f........ ... Alien.. i'anterTIH Teleicranh In next four"hull weekly iiulillnli issues this Older' TuxSihnnl elector Iii Ml It-Hldlnir rIrl.. :.No :I III of N\.I..I\ / lit. "hiiln, for I thn of Hurl'iiilnltlon| Hi'hool. : t and lilHtrlit.ron- I'I'II. '

[French possessions la the Western hemisphere. Immobilization of fare pointed out that gasproof shel Church North herrr HI. VVMilexM mv. hand. and ..rrl..IIII..1 foul ,County. Klorlilii 1 .. on (the iiueNtlon .i Mtriiellon. of a now 'h..nl I biilldltiK.( s
at Martinique followed conferences between American ter accommodations were availablefor School 10 ((10' A. M ut Slarke, Florida. .Ibis .May tad of whether or not llu-re Mhall'' it in.1 I of itimrxM. or addltlonM to
b warships Sunday. Worehlp II 0(1 A. :M. 1(2.! h. INMUCII Hcllotil holldtt' of Haiti HKlHtltiK' HI,hool ItulIdlniKH.' iiilnd r
lenlatlves and the resident French hlfh commissioner. Above (cenj only 40 per cent of the populationof Senior Crimau 100 P. MIntermediate OFFICIAL SIIAI .A. 1. Thonm". Si;hool:: : liinlrlrt: III t Ira prliu-lpal': : 'liifcT' urn''*unary iMtilpnit-ut l art ii tfroundI
1L German cities. Nazi Youth 8 00 I' :M. An Clerk of iiiiioiint, of Thlity-flve ThoiiHikiul, i llllplOVIM11tltH, all Of Wlllh ..,
big xtild 'hon1I
left II.N't
Laval with M. Cathala. ( ) his minister of finance and precautions B-S'I!!' I I
L ibown Evening Wornhlp 7.00: P. M. T. Frank 1.IIII.h'llIn. Slaikc,, Kin. PollltrM <$:lfi.IIIHI), thw liriii-et-ilrt. 4le-. fitollltlt'H .".1 I alprayelllap i n bilnir I
kul Marion secretary of state. ( I have concentrated on large- Ally for PIt. rived:: front t htt axle: of surh :bunds: : located' Ht Stark I n Mrndforai i
scale shelters rather than on individual toKetlitr. with fiimlrt to lie IC I ": Klorldtt Tho urtld :bonds:
"T.. KltWARIVe: \TIIOI.IO by the Pilled Statea. of Ainerlia. If I..."**.,. will ttar liitrr, .Mt at the
1I FRONT AIRLINERS protection as in Britain. Only n... '1'..... J. Murpajr.. Patter. i\ < ini i 1'1- 1'01117'. mi tnitti) to lie used. exi-limlvely. for the public rate of thn*.t percent ((3%> |ivr. an. I
SIAN : : .
'renple "...u. i < i\ri, KI.oiiiiit i> < iit- '' Mdtiiola' of Hiirh School nut .
a portion of the German people own 'h.t. n u in' .sable>I a.,"I-annually on th.
Early Mane IIUO: A M, 4 eat: V. I I. e., fur the nciiulHllloii( and. first
Seek Oil Will Fly for U. S. gas masks the report stated while IIIVae .....1.... Patrick. .1 Itiionanno I'ln Inllfr. v... I ..I..oII..n. ...rI./. new HI haul build." sash year days; of and April Hhall snit mature October In the In jl

in Britain all the people possess Sunday III.... 9 00 A. :M. Hefty Hiionanno. fenilunt I..... and. of unnexeN. or lulilli. .... to exiHtlnit aim>niitN. of flftoo. on April. 1 In each
? the rich oil fields of the The war department's action in Week. Day Mann, I'00' A. It!. No I ltd. HI hi ol: hiilldliiKi: : '*, IncltldlnirneciHHarv of Ib* years l IIIU to ll flft, both InrhiNlvo I
ss the prize. Nazi andn taking over the $100,000,000 commercial them. OIII, >KR OF ""'11.1(1TIl.i/ eiiiilpment I anil" icrounulmiroemeiitN : and |.tMO). on April I I. I9fc..
ells .
The British expert declared th.tItaly' Red army fighters lockedin aviation industry emphasized r.O"PF.L TNEHv4'IEMr. HTATR OF FMIIIIIIV, (lo: Hetty and. I liiiiiroveinenta lielnirlocali ( l **'torii nNldlnir In Hp.*t lal Tax
combat which before the again the United Nations' conviction situation is even worse than ..d Mr. J. T. ".l.l.T *..o..n.. Hiionanno. BU! : Lnmberton St Tren ."l A t Niarke. In Hiadfoid. I I Hchool iMMtrlct No. 3 of Bradford i
a : Germany's.. !Sunday" Kervli-B 7O::$ P. M. ton. N. J. County. Florida.HKCTION' ,'..unly. Florida. shall. b.. entitled ,
era: end may determine the that air power will be the determining Friday Service 7-30 P. M.iv You are required to appear on 9. That. the. mild Hoard to vote In. said fine.(Ion.
outcome. factor ia winning the June Ixf. ,1942, In the shove named of Public liiiil rui-t loll hereby deterniluea (""'.''''IA''. H AI'iv. M MhMlrtonHup t
Nazis' POPE PIUS : Cotitt and lallxe, wherein plaintiff jcipal theater of the war. seeks divorce llrndford. Cinmty. bands reijulrcil I to be iHHiied, for tlon. of Itrudford. toitnty, Klorldu. ,
it conquest effort was the In a drastic order authorized by Pleads for PeaceThe rinrviT CO I,H" '. HKADPOIIII Toli'itriiph. xhiill pnMlxii. thin Order the |11w. purrs net forth In 'Ihe "'"II.( and rxoff|fin Secretary of Tb. i
the roI'!'iTY. FLOHIUAI l.N 'IIAIi-! In next four. weekly Issues, I ion ferreil to In the 1'ieamhle' of Itoiird of I'ubllo I Instruction. of
peninsula gateway to President Roosevelt, the army cur CRY. Witness mv hind and this II. '
voice of Pope Pius was raisedin ufriilalHenl ItemI o u la Thllty-flve Hrudford County. Florida.'
'l farflung/! oil possessions. tailed private aviation requisitioned appeal to the world's leaders B. V. McG... Plaintiff v". Millie nt Htarke. Florldit, this :May 2nd, ThouHAiid linlliirH. t ur..IIIIII( ; (I h) HIO-'TIOM. ; : : I. That the; nulil. In.
an Poniey McOee. Defendant. Case No 1943 lhat the rate of Interest that such ,", p..iitora of th., mull election iih" IItiiukH '
55 of the nation's
250 airliners
le the Russians admitted that palatial to conclude a peace "on principlesof 1994. OFFICIAL KM..) A. 1. Thoina. hoiulM. Nhall hear. If iMHiieil, In three 1'.IIII'n. to Ibo paid the
break Into the Kerch de- for immediate military service justice and moderation even if ORDER OP PUBLICATION Aa Clerk of xnld Court 5-ft 4t 11.29. percent: 43" > per paynbleHeinlHniiually hoard of i'ti bile I nat.ruction. Im i
nan and directed that 70 be AND NOTICK TO APPEAR T. Frank .l.iinilriim., Hlurke, F ".. on 1'hllr'I':1: : tin I ye of dlately. utter the Bald election l ,
bad caused a withdrawal to more it does not seem to correspond to STATE! OF FLORIDA to- Millie A Ity. for Pit April and October I enrh y and the mild. Hoard shall holdMpwclul a '
..oiitions the Soviet comrnunl- converted by the 17 airlines themselves aspirations." The pontiff however Donlny McGee, whose addreaa IB l culmn.n'luS:: :, idlolicr; Inl.I 1441.: alldCc '' tnti.t ing a. anon ihoreaftvr ('
unknown.You ( ) Unit Haiti. hands. shall! lie. due'!' .
into cargo carriers. iv inn, 1'(' //sl'u'r MIII)KOMII ; uw praftU'able for the purpon of
reported that the new line was are required to appear on lOINI't and shall be able, if tunned., on','' canvassing Maid .1.'II..n> l'etarlll
held in good order and that a Virtual elimination of night flying June 1st. 1942. In the above named C I-.R r. -.011'\1 IM 1111 % April, let In each of the years and and shall diftrnsln. and certify

toll being taken of the was forecast in the new order. A w da Court and cause, wherein plaintiff rionia Fnvne, Plulntlffa.,, 'Tmnlel) III. the, aniolintii. aa. follnwaIHI : 'I to th. r......It. of the vliMllon.. If It
was seeks divorce. Bradford County Fuyne. Hi-femlunt.' to I 111811. both .Inclunlvi. app *arn from this rpMiiltM vt said
era change in air routes and the closingof Telegraph shall publinh this OrderIn OHIIKIl C,,.' PI'HMCATIOV"Caxe) Nn. 11112. .. '. "l0l( ; and, I I', tlMt'tloti that' it conntltutlonrtl: ma ,
many commercial airports for J next four weekly. litnuenWltneBN .ANT> NOTICH" TO ; l 10'111' _. ,. ii.uiiiiHKCTION jtirlty fif the 'r..eh..h' who aril ,
lancing this news was a report hand and official seal APPKAIt li
mv STATK OF 1 That the rlupeililtenili Ifd *It*c torn rtiNidlntf In surh
Marshal Semeon Timoshenko's the war's duration was indicated. tn' Rt fltarke, Klurltlii.., thin May 2nd, who.FI.OKIDA e rexldencn to: In Innlei9'xyne 1'.. >tit of I'tilillo Inivructlon of I anallf l'IMI.I.t l l voted In favor. of
Employees of the airlines including M1 1942 known. Itiadford. C.." ity. FlorlOit. and exofflclo the lHHUMn' of nald bonds, ihn.and r
:i further north had (DFPICIAIj SEAL A. J. Thoma". You I .Secretnry of Th. rtoard of, In that event. the said: Hoardshall
defense 2,200 pilots and 18,984 other personnel An. Clerk of aalil' Court 54t 5-211 are required to iiiipear on. 1'uhllt irtslruclIon. .
jh the first German June. ]xt, '1942. In Ihe above of II. H itroril ba Hiithorltifd and rp'iuir* lto
around the industrial city of were given their choice of Rf15 '1'. Frank f.andruni Htarke, "Kla 'Cotnt and ,'au...., wherein .. Coiinly' liorlaat1 Florida: be and he: hereby: : 1 Issue the lionil authnrl..td by
Alt)' for Plf. .MeekM tllvoice. Mradford N sill t" have I the ballotal said ctlm'tloii for the purposes np ol.
kov and were preparing for an Joining up with the air corps or the Telegraph shall publlshthi. n..n'1 for one III Hllld election plepaled" fled. In the said ItoNolutlon aa pub '
ferry command or remaining with ,In, next four and fiirnlMhcd 'tn the Itmpectora ofIhe I llnhi I I
ion of the city itself. SuccessKharkov IN rlllr"I'r rOIIl'r. IIII'UIo'OIiIlf'O' weekly IxxlieH.
I election, whli'h alil ballola I HKCTIOM: 7 That thl. involution. .
Wit..... hand iind ,
line.. % mv
war department-operated TV. Kl.Ollllltl Iv cnAN.
c offense would mean nt Win ike KHrlda. shall he mibHtuiitlally. Hi the. following take effect from and riser UK pa..
the German move toward the The war department's action followed 9 v f s't"r ( RV. H42OFFICIAL. thin May 1a"1. form' ......, the publlu witlfar re.III.lns r
) Mae N. Burke, Plaintiff vs. FrankJ. "OFFlO'I 4I. ntr.i.oi'PKCItl. It.
iius would be forestalled the recent requisitioning of 83 Furke, Defrndant Cane No 19UH.OHDRK An( Clerk of HKAI A, J. .. : T" 11 "HI' .II001. Olx'I'H 1/'T H 1<:. SPAnK!" I
airliners for service in the Near OF rTKMI'ATHlN: It. C. said .Court D.N.. B29Frnd so." :a ().. nii iiK(iiti < OI.\TV.': halrmun of The Ilonrd of TublldInntrurtlon
garded as a grand dress real Far AND NOTICB TO APIKAIlBTATB I Knexter JuvkHonvllle, KI.OHIII4IIOOI. of Hradfurd County
East and East Fla. Ally for IMf.UTI .
for the major Nazi spring M OF FIXirtlPA to: Frank' ". HOMt" ELR"ITONJo. : : K 10.101.I .
J. Burke, ,. ho... renldeuce I III "Unknown -I .. Is. Iasi: W. W 'Mlnnt.ET1)NSuprrlnlendent
I lye when drier ground permits AXIS SUBS: ." \ < ..: nV NO"" .:'..:"T'''''' .etas Sliall! I litre lie .111 ho.I..I. Ixaued of I'uhllo Instruction
let movement, the present battered IIKHOI.I TIOV .' 4 I. I.IVM AMKl and sold school hinds of I i f l Florida ,a
Inland AttacksWhen You are required to appear on : .K""PIOPOIl T".: ''" RI>0"H Special Tax School Platrlct No. 3 and test of the best June lat, the above n..dCOII.t .
a arms y 1942 lit .... I>I-TKHMIVI%/< TIIK: wn.i. OPrm of llradford County, Florida) In the *
h Axis and the United Nations Axis submarine slipped : and divorce.. caune,, Bradford wherein plaintiffaeeka -: KHi-i-iiof.ii-itN: who KQt'AI.IPII.II principal amount of '.fiveIThoimand IGndoraemnnti Adopted by The Board.
County ":'..:("1'011" II Esll.i: Unhurt ((115.000): theproceeda of I'ubllo I'n..l.lletl..n' of UradfordCounty.
I muster. German air concen- through the net of Canada's coastal Telegraph Shall puhllHh this OrderIn i\ri' iv "Nrptiti." : TA < ''''noof.III of such bonds IIJIf.lh.rwith Florida on the 12th day ofMay

uni were reported the heavlif defenses) to torpedo and sink two next four weekly Uauea ..THI, .'T "Nl). .1 Of 1t1l'1)01l1) funda. to be ruined, by the 1M .
if WorldNo. Wlfnrna my hand and official aaalat <'<>! 'liT"'. "'.0"1)', 0 N TUB' United State' of inertia, to W. K MIDDLETON
any usedthus tar In ships in the St. Lawrence river it Hturke, j.'lo.lda. this. May 2nd, (II .:"'1"0'0'" 'I'IIP! INWIIAVr-K' OKflOOI used exclusively. for t Huprlnt.*ndnt of Public Itintruo
1. Russian mechanicalment marked the first time in history an I942. !5(- H IM' >M OF sail> 'MCIIOOI schools of Much 8chool IIIMI.f..t. b"l, tlon of llradford County Florida*
> Included triple-turret tTJKFICIAt.' SEAL) A.I.: Thomas, III1THKT IV TIIH MOCMT' OK e,, for the aciiulxlllun and .... and *>.offlelo Secretary nf Th
enemy undcrseas craft bad pene- AA Clerk. of said. Court &-. 4t D'Z' '\iO'" TO KVCKKU THIHTV-PltK atructlon of a new a*'hool) Hoard : N
Iran: tanks and the latest de- trated North America's inland wa T' Frank indrum, Slarke, Jo'I..1, 'U01'.4'\i1J ....'..."n.. oiamiMH. and <*f annexes or addltlonx tu exlennw Bradford CountyFloidofIIs
planes. Atty. for Plf. iKOIt PHI ri.LNIVM: "" I MM OK xi.huol tiuMUiiuc", Including 4t 1-6sottno
terways. POPE PIU8PlOC

:OME TAXES : Increasing ..14_..'.f U-... ICIlA JlUUCt ." a

"warfare all along the AUaatlo
Will acknowledged that 'there is no Immediate
Pay seaboard was Indicated by the hope of peace."

Ipects that a single personas sinking ef seven additional<< United -
Addressing the world by radio on
Nations' merchantmen In
C little as $9.02 weekly
anniversary of his consecration -
the 25th
t childless married couplet American waters. At the same
M a bishop the pope said:
Income is $2308 a week or time an enemy mine was dimcovered
"We well know bow in the stateof
will have near the Florida coast
to file income taxI
things today there would be little
were seen in the action of Exact location of the U-boat at- in formulating -
probability of success
iuie way. and mean commitIn tack in the St Lawrence was not detailed proposal for a just and

voting to lower the exemp- disclosed In the Canadian communique honorable peace. But we make this

i for married persons to $1,200 nor were the names of the appeal today with greater insistenceIn

ar from the present $1,600 and freighters sunk. That the same submarine view of the menace of greater :

ogle persons to WOO: from $750. was responsible for both destructive weapons" r
lowances for children and oth- sinkings was indicated by the fact then urged statesmen to

cpendents would be left at $400.ore 'that they both occurred "in the The pope to make a ";
miss no opportunity
same general locality and at the
than 8,000,000 persons, it was "peace of justice and moderation." .
time. -
general -
.sled. would be added to the same

ent fold of 17.000.000 Ameri- The St Lawrence river is navigable AUSTRALIA : _

who /file Income tax returns. to ocean-going vessels between -sq% -

xpayers could take comfort 1U mouth and the city of Quebec Planes Strafe laps

the fact that the committee 500 miles upstream. The communique New Allied blows against Ambol-

to retain the present 10 per noted that both ships were sunk na, former Dutch naval base and

earned income credit for in the river and not in the gulf Rabaul. New Britain, gave strengthto

rd I Income up to $14,000 a year. outside. warnings by United Nations leaders

example a person earning that the battle of the Coral sea

1 a year is permitted to deduct TIRES : has not brought an end to the peril

from the amount which would U.S. Wants Them facing Australia. The assaults upon

"wise/ be subject to the normal Japanese bases to the north were intended
Jesse Jones, secretary. of eom-
provision provided his income revealed that the Reconstruction as at least partial insurance

lerived from wages or salaries. merce. Finance corporation had against all-out invasion.

made available 150000.000 for the Warships and transports were reported /

RTINIQUE: purchase by the government of new at these bases, waiting the -

,orships Immobilized and used tires and tubes now In the arrival of sea-borne plane re-
before moving into the
I. French bands of consumers.
I Iay
warships at
Martinique for a rendezvouswith
Coral sea
h boards ., {
Being Ure
immobilized the United the Invasion ships scattered by
Ilea came closer the Office of Price Administration -
to its goal of recent American sea victories.
tlpletel, neutralizing and RFC agencies will be
Frencb pos air attacks by Allied L
'nova >in the Caribbean see* responsible for administeringthe Harassing
1111. declared. A bombers on both the e.st< and west
France plan Mr. --
had issued
a invasion bases I ,
severing the situation Ameri- voluntary system of tire par- Banks of the Jap {-

1 representatives Indicated chasing will be tried eat first sank and damaged enemy merchantmen
they set Ore to docks and destroyed -
r. commandeering ,
doing business" with Adm. Should this fail
Ones Robert" high commissioner ef civilian Urea looked like the planes In Jap-held airdrome

the French .. f fI
West Indies.BUILDING next step.Coincident.

with the Jones announcement .
: came a pessimistic report -
oil AVu. Ahead on the nation's rubber situation MISCELLANY: ,

All Issued by the Office of Emergency \

:eek"'Iund'is the clock seven days Management This report entitled New York Uncle Sam is searching 'ii
_., rate at which Uncle "The Truth About Rubber" for scenic pictures taken abroad i I

I nc I'IP production machine is stated that U. S. production of synthetic by amateurs according to the Amateur :

r Shir"d: > It wit disclosed by rubber this year "may reach Cinema league which announced -

and.00d Administrator Emory 28.000 tons" and "cannot be expected that it had been authorizedto \

to be much more than 350.000 distribute through camera dealers

;II: in news for the future was held tons" In 1943. and clubs 6O.OOO questionnaire OKOIS AutMOii o' 'itt eocA-eot COM. .AHT af
natioa''admiral's statement thai Only by "slapping the Japs back throughout the nation, requesting' STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. p
000,000 .hlpyard.wlU turn out yin their Islands" will the American that all personally made motion pie-

j after 1943 tone ot new v *.els{ annu- people regain all the rubber' th- turn and transparencies be made

as necessary." report concludes.



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Yes Folks. EXTINCT

} It looks as if your autos will soon be in a class with the Do- ,

Do bird. Of course the cars themselves will be all right but

, II without gas and tires they won't be of very much use.. .

Y 1' :;j e h I4s it I

? _ _ _
But Why Worry

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.. 11. \\. MorrowA THERESSA I f
fly :\11'8. II. I). May
revival mee..ii.g will begin at ,
'I i h <' Methodist Church Sunday i Mr and Mr. Howard Moore of

Night May 24, at 8.30: P. M The I I I Belle Glade visited Mr and, Mra. Kathleen Norris Says : :

I Rev. Yancy of Waldo will be In D.V.. Moore over I the week-end

,I charge of the meetings- which I Mr and Mrs Herbert Clover-

s,4j& will run for a period of two weeks I mettle anti Misses Gladys and Bertha Young Miirriagc Is U"lml""CC'tllJllsi"css I

-4.eput Mrs. L. L Beadenbaugh returned !n Loper were. shopping in Jacksonville

from St. Luke's Hospital I Thurnilay of last week (Rell Symtlcau-WNU Serb ACS./
in Jacksonville, where she has PATRICIA DOW Mrs. Dense Burse was visiting

been a patient. In Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. f

Mrs. Dorothy Williams Mrs. Tom Brown of Hampton

Geraldine was visiting her sinter, Mrs. D.
} Morgan and Infant son, !
ta of Gainesville were week-end W. Moore Saturday.

guests of their parents Mr. and I Mrs. Dan Loprr, Mrs A. C.

Mrs D. W. Johnson. Roberts and Mrs Benny Loper ,

Mrs. George Rahme were business visitors in
Sr., and I Starke
Mrs. Roy Starr have returned Saturday 1. as 'II'I f

from Palatka where they were I Bill Hall and children Bobby

visiting relatives. ,Joe and Imogene were attending

w Mrs. C. L. May and Mrs. May to business in Hampton Saturday j

Sweeney and children spent Monday afternoon
I in Gainesville. Miss Ida I
Hagan, Mra. Horace
i Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hunter of Puckett and Mrs. H. D. May were

Ft. Lauderdale are guests of Mrs. shopping in Starke Friday morn- / GI
,: Hunter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ing. ;

G.Mrs W. Saxon O. D. Gay and Mrs. J. W RISING II I

Horne were business visitors V' I
Gainesville Tuesday.Mra. By J\11'It. James Norman } _It' ,

Minnie Marclonny of Green Mr. anti Mrs. Bishop Thomas

Keep on Your Toes With Enriched Bread! Cove Springs spent the week-end were visiting Mr Thomas' par- f fi

(See Recipes Below) here with friends and relatives. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis fI
Mra.. Woodrow Hicks whn l.. A last week-end. 4 J/ i

cad 'n Butterone This Week's Menu patient at the Palatka hospital, Mrs. Daisy Norman anti children I I

Is recovering from a major op of Waverly were visiting )Ofr.

'; of our oldest and eration. and Mrs James Norman and Mr. E ,
foods. But bread, like Green Peas Chicken Mrs Mary Harrison returned Norman's mother, Mrs. J. E. Norman
our other foods has Parsleyed Potatoes Monday to her home In St. Augustine Sunday.

oruiderably during the Grapefruit, Orange Salad, Strawberry after spending some time Mra Jack Sapp Is visiting Mr. ';

ears. You haven't no- Twisted Loaf here with her sister, Mrs. Gertrude and Mrs. M. J. Sapp and family *'r'

1. it's been enriched andth Levett. of Lake Butler.

\the B-vUamlns, often Coffee Strawberry Sundae John Guy, principal of Brooks- Jesse Morgan was visiting in

ale builders because of Tea Milk vllle schools, la the guest of his Jacksonville, lust wef>k-end. '

Ings they do for your sys- Recipe Given. mother, Mrs. J. T. Guy. The beans are pretty fn' this 4Z'cVh I t'' E

3ur lion and disposition M. L. Watterson and Lacy section.

| magic helper that peps V cup lukewarm water Wynn were business visitors in

n stem by making hardd 1 cap milk Gainesville Monday. II.\T.\/\.N FALLS

Vat blood cells, has also H cup butter or margarine Mrs. Paul Green, who has beena )

i to bread along with vi- H cup sugar patient In the Palatka Hospital rrp;;; Bataan . Bataan.
hat H.cup honey returned to her home Saturday. Bataan Falls! Bataan

fjust bread has these new, 1 teaspoon salt Mr. and lira. Wilbur Hall announce Like the tramp of feet on the h

lements. Flour that you :* eggs the birth of a nine pound road of doom, When s girl of IS martin ."*'Ylhi"" it Joyous tumult Present pour (n; e

use for your own S cups sifted flour (about) daughter on Monday, May 18. Like the bomber's roar dinyinf number of /husk art bounhl. Grandmoihor' vif it brought out of
baking has been Soften yeast in lukewarm water. 1f like the cannon's boom. the linen cheat; I photograph taktt pictures of little Dfttry.

r fortified with the Scald milk, add butter, sugar, honey GreenwoodBy Like the drums. of death the
L B vitamins andIron and salt. Cool to lukewarm. Add words command, By KATHLEEN NORRSMOST

There isn't flour to make a thick batter. Add Minnie Lee Pringle Men and women of every land girls like the idea OLD AT 20

0 much differencein yeast and eggs; beat well. Add Mr. and Mrs. Perry Johns and To stop! To listen! To understand marrying young. You toot pxpwt, twenty F

enriched !flouror enough flour to make a soft dough. sons' Azure and Vernon, o f \IM/ \ / /I y 8138 17, a normal girl, yrart from "Of". to recapture f
Turn out on a lightly floured board I To pulse our hearts to the the lout
bread and in Woodluwn, and Mr. and Mrs. E. walking home from high youth you by marry' i
ordinary bread ort and knead until satiny. Place in a C. Johns and son, Clifford and Sports Ensemble weary beat tog at 11 or 18 // you try
greased bowl and let rise Advance retreat ad- school between two (girl:
t in some cases wherein cover un- Warren of Jacksonville were visiting Pattern No. 8138-Here is the you will probably bvcome one i
slightly creamy. Bute til doubled in bulk.: When light, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moseley of basque top two piece frock-smart vance retreat. chums, feels in her soul thatif of thoio pathetic miJtlle-agad/

value is so much great- punch down. Shape Into tea ring tawtey Sunday. now to wear as a street costume. There Is glory In such defeat she could have the excite. women who refuse stubbornly
rolls filling with Beneath the top, the dress is cut For each man of the beat
fig or apricot filling. gave
|i to your advantage to Mr. and Mrs. J. W, ment and of
Bake in a moderate ((375-degrce) Saundersand without sleeves, straps over the he had.Bearded glory quietly announcing to grout ol 4
children. Pansy and James, shoulders cross In back-a styleyou'll that she and Peter losing not only the joy of
i Saturday baking and the oven 23 to 30 minutes for coffee cake, I veteran beardlesslad
of Penney Farms visited like for tennis,
recently cycling or
20 to 23 minutes for rolls. Baker are going to be marriedon youth but the charm and
helves and filled just
pantries Mrs. C. A Prhigle and of sunning. Our simplified pattern -
fey, sweet-smelling loaves Fig Filling Lawtey.Mr. I shows you how to make this Gave of his strength, his hope, her graduation day, she peace of the later )'collrl. Not

fit becoming things of the (Makes :1 cups) and Mrs J. C. Pringle were I useful outfit in very little time. Addit his life wouldn't care much what else all saris. marriages turn out

apt you still feel the oc- 1 cup chopped figs visiting Mr. and Mrs Joh/i B. to your wardrobe now in cotton For mother, brother, friend and happened or didn't happen in badly Out more often than k knot
lenre to turn out yt JuiceS pique, sharkskin, rayon print or wife. when the novelty and
a silky cup orange Grlffls and family Sunday after all the to ;
poplin. come
Unknown heroes whose fame I la years
moist, delicious loaf of teaspoons grated orange rind : Pattern No. 8138 Is designed for glamour tveari thin and mar

ItIral U cup sugar noon.Little Clara Marie Prlngle; has 12 to 20 and 40. Size 14 dress requires sung "Betsey engaged!" gasp the rings becomes the terioumbuttneis

kneading! Is the secret H teaspoon salt just recovered from measles. 2% yards 39-inch material When "Bataan" Is uttered by Is aunts the "Why, mercy on us, how old ; it really it, the bride

ead. Rock the dough un W cup chopped nuts Mrs. Jacket lye yards.Nam any tongue. child!I" teas than 20
A, B. Rosier was on the "I'll be of yean begins to ,
18 In June
I Take t h o a e banners from Betsey reminds
Ims of the hands in three- Combine figs orange Juice and
sick realize that she i
Ijst lastweek. wounded bands them demurely. But Inside no longer a
m.i until it gets the satin rind, water, sugar and salt. Cook
until thick, stirring constantly. Remove *......,.......................... And carry the battle to stricken her nothing Is demure. EverythingIs girl. She ii, at 20, already too I .
tumult. Pride thrill old for her I
lands. Joyous expectation age
from heat and cooL Add nuts. ,
Loaf. ( A ikes 1-pound loaves) Apricot or Prune Filling. HOJ4SEHOME
give. loves her *n madly'. all these keen

milk (Makes :Z cups) ...................................... That glorious word must forever Betsey's spirits; at high- --level during married that I would have the man-
sugar 1)4) cups stewed, chopped prunes live. her last weeks as a girl. aging of his house and his children, '

poem saltIfspoons or apricots Name of paper......................' of Other things contribute. Presents but from the first Emmet's sister
Symbol Thai
t honey courage. splen- who lived next door, practically
shortenings tablespoons sugar or old pour Ini: dizzying numbers of frocks ran

s M teaspoon cinnamon Pattern No......... 51........... Should name be stamped with blood are bought; parties are given. There our house, and the girls were in
>e feast :2 tablespoon lemon juice school.
an adorable little apartment to
Send 19 cent In eo4n. ltoreach and seared with flame
lukewarm water Combine the fruit, honey, cinnamon pattern d .I..dl> tom On the heart of furnish; there Is a sparkling ring; "When they came Emmet was so

ps sifted flour (about) and lemon Juice. Mix well. 1 Patricia Dow Patterns and man. every woman Grandmother's wedding veil Is delighted to have two young lady

milk. Add sugar, salt Do you have a yen for old 204 W. 17th St. New York. N. T. Dare brought out of the linen chest; a daughters to spoil that I was reduced
to forget it if !
g and water. Cool to luke fashioned, oven-baked chicken swimming Author o. Stu.t M ry'. Ktrch n you can photographer comes to take picturesof to a working housekeeper's
dd yeast which has beenIn in a thick creamy sauce? It's several since tiny little Betsey half-hid behind tho position and anything my own girls
generations Don
In cup lukewarm water. Well, here's a recipe for you that children were exploited as chimney. niandlng. folds of ItThe wanted had to wait until their half- i

gradually, mixing it in you can fix early in the morningand sweeps but soot is as inflammable OVER THE TOP Miracle of Marriage.In sisters had had a chance at the social
ly. When dough is still put In your refrigerator until today as of yore and all wise householders Miss Abbie Knight, cashier at whirl a chance to go the right
on a lightly floured board cooking time. You may use broil- see to its removal. Clean FOR VICTORY the Guidon Grill, left yesterday all of this Peter's Image becomes places and meet the right men.
d until hens or flues from furnace reduce the hazard for Newark N. J", where ahe will\ somewhat fogged In Betsey'smind.
hens stewing
and ,
satiny ers, frying
smooth. silk
of chimney blazes to a mini- $, spend awhile. Later on duringthe He Is there, of course, lov- "Just to give you an Idea: Isabel,
o smooth ball and roasters but the cooking time va-
in ,
place when she leaves the house will call
"I mum and with fires out for the sea summer she will visit relatives ing and happy but he Is really
pan. Cover and let rise ries with the age of the chicken. son there's no time like the present In Portland Maine, returning In much less Important, In the eyes of up to me 'Two extra for dinner
place ((80-83 degrees F.) Broilers take about a half an hourto BONDS-STAMPS Janet!' Emily borrowed fur coat
for cleaning pipes as well as chim- the fall to her home in Daytona an 18-year-old girl, than the fit of a
led In bulk. When light. dl. cook while stewing hens take neys. Beach.SUCCESSFUL. her wedding gown. Betsey In all my aunt left me, 'just for this once* .

\ four equal portions. Roll about two hours. C her life has never been lonely. Ignored and has been wearing It all winter.

Jton Into a smooth ball. Cov- Oven-Baked Chicken. It's a good idea to plan to havea doubtful, hungry for friend When 1 spoke to Emmet about It and

|nd let rise 10 to 15 minutes. 1 roasting chicken cut up continuous supply of quick maturing ship. By no possibility can she value said I had intended to cut It Into
P o loaves. For a twisted crops such as peas and green muffs for Jane and Diana, own
Milk my
Peter's affection rightly, or esti-
beans and spinach and the like.
T dough under hand to 2 Flour rule Is to sow each successive batch mate this miracle that Is marriage girls, he laughed' and said that long
fut t 2 Inches thick and longer before they were ready for muffs the '
Salt and pepper of seed as soon as the last comes at its true worth.
I length of the pan. Twist H cup butter or fat for frying through the ground. This arrange- No, it Is all fun) for her. Betsey coat would be moth-eaten anyway.

Us around each other and 1 tablespoon onion, chopped One ment prevents a lack of fresh vegetables has smart little calling cards with Inconsiderate Demands.

I greased pans. Let rise unN H pound mushrooms throughout the season and PARENTHOOD "Mrs. Peter Arnold Baker" en-
"I foel If 1 had thrown
in bulk. Bake in a mod :2 cups hot, rich milk precludes an oversupply at anyone graved upon them at 18. as away
( time. my life; no girlhood, really, no
fot 1400.425-degree) oven 40 Dip chicken in milk and seasoned But at 19! at 20 the glow begins
the finish young-ladyhood of and
nutes. As soon as early peas dancing good
and fry In skillet to It Isn't that she doesn'tlove
crumbs and flour pale.
the vines and
bearing pull up plant times, maternal problems with the
fjtious coffee cake that is a until a golden brown. Fry mush- sweet corn in the rows. I Peter and dear little ridicu- children of a man more than twice )

Jo true sugar skim per adds rooms in butter until brown (about Remember that the thinning out By MRS. CATHQUMC: CONHAO: DWABDSAModort lous Patsy, but Betsey Isn't the cen- my ago when I was only 18, and
breakfasts Made with tithe 2 or 3 minutes). Sprinkle chopped of crops is one of the most Important ter of attention any more. The other but
now nothing slavery In
| two dried fruit flllings onion over top of chicken arrangedin duties of the successful gar- I 1&.... ......* Moqtndae girls who looked on Impressed and of six. with constant a family of
ft. it is delightful casserole. Pour hot milk over dener. Plants allowed to crowd become I perhaps a little envious, two years problems
company, meals, parties, late hours,
Sweet soft and spindly and never
Yeast Dough. top and bake in a moderate (350- i ago, are in the full swing of life's
and tho inconsiderate demands
T s 2 12-Inch reach perfection. Frequently more BABY'S FEEDING SCHEDULE of
rings chicken is tender. happiest days now.
or 1J )
degree oven two
than one thinning is necessary be- spoiled girls. Except for occasional -
dozen rolls) with chopped parsley Betsey Is missing all of this; she
Serve garnished cause the first one should be done help by the hour, my girls
kea jreajtLynn Something of a revolution Is goIng Instance have s high or a low Is married. Peter has changed from
and a dash of paprika. when the plants are very small. It on In baby feeding circles. It metabolism, which is the rate at and I do all the work.
Dramatize the Salad. seldom to to transplant the the carefree sweetheart of a few
pays try can't be blamed on the war or which the body burns its fuel-that "Just now," the letter concludes
and fresh fruits occupy seedlings of vegetables removed by years ago; he has a wife and babyto
greens shortages for It has to do with Is to say the food intake. If high "Emmet Is asking me to put a mortgage -
Says:' an important place in our diets the process of thinning although if when to feed babies not with whator he will be hungry sooner than If support now.
w in the spring, and a good salad is you have vacant spaces In the rows bow much they should eat. his system holds on to food longer "I was married at 18." Betsey can on our own home so that he

d things' come in little pack. a distinctive part of any menu. it's a good idea to fill them up with In other words, many doctors are though the amount of food he actu. still say proudly. But it doesn't I' can home make the down payment" on a r

Thi. little salad today features citrus the thinnings. advocating that babies be allowed ally consumes may be no more In seem to matter any more. She Is for Emily and Martin.
'? to the saying applies Our strawberries which are a The second thinning of beets table usually to make their own feeding sched a 24-hour period than that of the beginning dimly to perceive that the Well, little-girl marriages don't at-
fruits and for the
'like, dried concentrated tossed provides greens ules. While they don't suggest that baby who eats less often. very young wife has an obligation ways mean total eclipse. But they
fruitsprunes.nrt spring symphony themselves and baby carrots need never go to we go back to giving a baby food Another recent victory of Individualistic almost always
IS, ftris, that sits badly on young shoulders, present problems
watercress, romaine waste.
apples Pears, ral- on a bed of greens- every time he whimpers or when- babies over scheduleminded that be solved
S a a can only by the sud-
peaches. and leaf lettuce are perfect. ever we find ourselves at a loss for mothers Is In the matter of Her Must Walt.
more than ever before A light trench dressing will bring Just as soon as the early flowerIng some way to amuse him still they weaning. Babies are more and Janet Is 38 now; she married at den and painful growing up of the
have finished blooming little girl. She doesn't long hold the
want; to Use more of them out the hidden flavors in the greens shrubs are relaxing from the stand that more being allowed to wean them- 18 and has two daughters of 18 end
This Is
,e they can solve and fruits: they should be pruned. especially babies must be fed always at the selves gradually, one feeding! at a 13 Her husband had two girls by proud position of a young queen
your true when they are growing adored by her older husband and
tooth same intervals. "Feed babies when time being dropped out when the
problem French Dressing. his first marriage also they aro
in hedges ;
tine addition In hedge form. Incidentally, they're hungry" is the latest advice baby loses Interest in it until the hardly! older, herself than those
as important catsup should be the first In their early twenties going
all kinds given now
blood 3 tablespoons of
with the
rl which takes into consideration the stomach is finally content children she Is mothering so charm-
and keeping your body in 1 tablespoon vinegar shearing of the season now. meals Also out a good deal and never so happyas
fact that Infants have different food accepted three a day. ingly. For a few months or a year
working Juice To go back to the early flowering! I when their handsome lather
condition because Vi cup lemon requirements.It weaning from breast to bottle and she does bustle about. Identified In
Ir Important salty shrubs and trees. Lilacs as a rule lot of baby from bottle to is done gradually shares their social engagements. He
al vimtaan<1 1 teaspoon the flower heads is asking quite a a cup the shops as that pretty girl-wife of
values. teaspoon white pepper should have only who In his prenatal state had all and painlessly. By being offered gives them lances at the country
i much actual Doctor Brown for few
without pruning ; a she
removed years
can appreciate why :2 teaspoons sugar the food be wanted, to adjust immediately both cup and bottle for a time club, little downtown dinners, and t
they wood. The cherries talks with
of the precocious wisdom
this for being born to arbitrary the baby has less inclination to relent -
You when realat 1 salad oil I' almonds and magnolias on now that Emily, the oldest Is engaged -
you cup dogwoods little
grave playing
hours. Is the method of being fed mamma
to make feeding Hunger a new to an captain the house
ned fruit akePseveral 1 onion, sliced are better left unpruned at aU real pain sensation to a baby and because it doesn't represent a army about what she and Harry mean to
It Is in a flurry of wedding prepara-
s of H teaspoon paprika times. one be rebels against by crying. If threat to the pleasurable sucking do for Toddy and Nancy.
fresh and trees need plentyof
fruit. For ex- Combine ingredients in order given The shrubs allowed to until he becomes he both likes and needs. tions.
cry But shortly she learns
water at this time too. to invigorate the moment I married
prunes "From
well in jar before other side of the
shake there's the
require three and weary he may faU asleep after the Then
s of after their blooming even Tltanla. when she marries has
them ,
fresh fruit to make serving. first few gulps of food and not take picture-the baby who is fed oftener Emmet, Janet writes aggrieved/! ,
one the hose on the evergreens to keep house comfortable
Turn a and
drIed; period. his need for food dictates "everyone seemed to regard me as a
raisins household or sufficient nourishment. Consequently than
four particular
frill!, apples, pound. Have you problem I on which you would too. Junipers dull and spruces be he is soon hungry again but the even being wakened from sleep a settled old woman. I am not old. cook pacified, that Toddy ian unpleasantly
to nine Booking that look may
e fresh fruit, pears iii.. ,'.dric.p Writ* la Hint Lynn afflicted especially with "red spider." A mild clock: says it isn't feeding time and when the schedule says it's meal even now, but with two great girlsat spoiled little boy who runs '
r thrt.thre and figs Chambtrt"pe at /lf*"nrn Ntwtpaptr Union, I of these mites can be washedoff the crying session Is repeated.To time. Both types of clock watching the awkward ages I am not Included to his grandmother with all his trou-
apricots, Pounds of fresh tlO South Dttpliuntt Strati Chicago, case with a strong stream from the prevent this vicious circle of mean making a tyrant of time overone In any young parties. Emmet bles and makes a partisan of his

Dd one-haU and peaChes Itlinoii, rxpituiintf your probUm fully I hose. A more effective treatment hunger, tears spoiled meals from who has no conception of the. wants Emily and Isabel to have everything father, and that Nancy doesn't like I

to make the POunds ot the to h.,. I'ltaif ."do.. stamped.. **//- Is to spray the trees occasionally( getting a bold on your baby study passing of hours but a strong instinct of ; I thought, when we were : her and never will
dried product ldrtnrd am.rlapo for your raply.H with lime-sulphur or oil sprays at his individual food needs before deciding to insist on the rhythm
.. Ncwipapcr Viii.... on his schedule. lie for his own hunger





F lillOOKERIty I date and made plan for B hamburger I and children Mr and Mrs. Edd I I'I' water at 90 to 100 feet but since, i f Tucker's New House Methodist Church I Lengthy Egg

yd wale to raise mOre funds Polk and daughter. Mr\. and Mrs.J a suitable supply was not found at Tucker's Services for next Sunday will
if. E.
Mm. 101.Ion: Hardy I Buck Robinson and children Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Gi, .
for finishing the Civic Center. that level it found necemiaryto 'I een
and AI..... E. Sweat and children, was I home at 42$ East South bo as follows: Mrs. Ida Swea hl,>.,
is yf + MISS: TIIOM\S! HONOR: |/ Later In the evening/ 1\1'11.' Hazenserved much deeper possibly to a new Springlt. Q 1r
M'... Veda Pate and go Church School 10 A. M. ,
daughter. old house made new-- b'ough
tIII Minn Willie Mae demons and i her guests delicious straw- depth of SOO or 600 feet. street-
Lu.-ilk- Molvln entertained. Thuri | berry shortcake( with I whipped Mm Wilbur 'Flppx, and Mr. and The Construction Com- I will be really for them to move In Morning Worship 11 o'clock. Telegraph Ing .ftlcl vBel'r
Qullllan Which
Mm. Johnson and childrenof
day night with M HiirprlHC puny cream. Erney weeks, Mrs.' Subject: "An Everlivlng Faith."' / sue' l late.
A [' Lake Butler. pany o f Daytona Beach began within about two length it I
.lit honor of Mlas ljo\ tame Thomas Coloneland Youth Fellowship Meeting at 7 wa;
the fire wild Wednesday. Island lalalf!
work new Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes entertained Tuesday on Red hell I
P. M.
y 4 + who celebiateci her birthday an- HOT'OTIS: : to from Camp
with a dinner Sundayat i station to be erected adjacent Mrs. Godfrey
nlvernary on thU occasion. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Msrkey occupyingone Evening Worship will at 8 P.
their home In honor of their the City Hall. Work is expectedto Blanding are already Wednesday
The guests met ut Miss! de son, Pvt. Henry B. Stokes who spent Tuesday In Tampa progress rapidly on this structure apartment, and the Tucker's M. Subject: "The Witness and A cordial night Ill.
mon' home, Inter going to the j Is home on a ten-day fUrlough Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hazen of the contractor being of the apartment will soon be ready Power of The Spirit. vices ot the w..1col1lt 0'G'
4 residence of bliss Thomas. from New Orleans. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and opinion that he will be able to also. Prayer Services at the Church i church

Games and contest were I'layed I A dinner under the _big. Mrs G. W. Hazen Sunday.Mr. obtain all the necessary material I' -- ----- C P01rol...
until Liter In the evening when picnic and Mr Earl Green and promptly Award of the contractfor ]/ImIlI'il1lI1fI IUICJUmAmnilltIlClIIJU1tJJlQWWWIi;
oaks in the yard with chicken
( the hostess served sandwiches, and all the trimmings was. enjoyedby daughter Shirley Nell, Mrs. O.Rhlmes I' a new fire truck is being held I
1, /G#+, I cake and tea. everyone Later Henry related and Mra. T. W. Markey up pending a decision as to the THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL FOR SERVICE
Mlm Thomas received many were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. possibility of obtaining a priority
tales of his Army life, which he I MF:
beautiful from hose Dukes and family In Dukes Station this .
gifts prenent. says. he la proud to be able to | rating on equipment.The
About 33: guests enjoyed this af tell. Thursday afternoon. City of Starke has receiveda

fair. Those enjoying the day with end Leslie In Georgia Thomas with spent friends.the week- telegram from Lester M. Marx, Chino Overseas Caps

HEWING CLUB NOTES: Henry and his parents were: Mr. Mr and Mrs E. J. Hazen and regional engineer of Atlanta, Ga., 75 5c

ll} + ) Ladles of the Sewing Club were I and Mrs T. I. Dyal and family of : children spent Friday afternoonIn advising that the sewer and water
i entertained Tuesday afternoon by Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Alachua. -- -- -- -- ,
dockets have been combined. Indications
A, r Mr Fred Hazen. Dyal and lion, Morris Mrs. Mar- -
j I :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of
+ The living: room, where the .. tha Parker. Mr. and Mra. L. L. were that approximately
!'6 : v guests assembled, wee made more Parker ant. daughters Glenda and Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr. $36,000 extra had been granted by Identification Chains
and Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mr. and
yA yAN" attractive with multi-colored l Shirley Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Gent Mrs. Hershel Layfield. the Government for these docketsto 25cWe
spring flowers. Stokes and family Mr. and Mrs.
T. W. Markey and Miss Martha complete the sewage disposal
Horace Stokes and Mr.
During the business hour the family
ladies finished their quilt which and Mrs Elmer Stokes and famIly Evelyn Markey were shop- plant.
; u ping in Gainesville Friday after offer PRICE and
r s t'j" m to be ruffled off at a later Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hicks SERVICEfor
noon. I'll' rinri. IT rni IIT. IIH.\HPOHIcoi >
NT%. 'LOKIU'a IV CII.t''.
dl.' ; ? ( -- -.:HY. the Service Men
Joseph E. Paitanetll, Plaint Iff, VB.
1';!] 1 : CLASSIFIED ADS Progress ProjectsThe ReportedOn No.Irma tag ORDER Pavaneltl OF, Pl'BLICATIO.V Defendant. Ca"

i 1 IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL P. M. till 11 P. M. Good pay Stevens-Southern Well Co., Irma STATE l-aa-anelir.OK VLOKIPA, Dumber 38 to: West Mm. P. S. STORES
i milk cows Block cows beef and chance for advancement at of Jacksonville resumed operations llth $t.. New fork, N. V. Inc
4,' a r cattle stock bulls or hogs, get Veterans' locker club one block on the drilling of the new June You 17th are 1842 regdared., In the to above appear named on ,
I i i In touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., from Gate A Camp Blandmg, city well at the north pumping Court anil} cause. wherein plaintiff
g i Box 247 Staike; Box 204 Lake Highway 48, opposite carnival. station this week. Work has been Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order Two Stores To Serve You

4 h City; Telephone 481 Lake City Apply Manager Locker Club. delayed for a week pending decision In next four weekly |h.llu"..
r I ; Auction, market every Thursday Itp to drill a deep well Insteadof at Witness my hand and official seal 145 W. Call St. and
Starke Fla., this May 20th., Blanding Center
on all classes of live stock a shallow one as waa originally 1942IOFFICtAf.
+ + .. at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. WANTED -- Eight women, experienced planned. It was hoped to find SKAT. A. J. Thomas.
1 + In laundry work. Your A* Clerk of Bald Court. 0-23 4t tt-12 I KSS
58.43FOR .. _ _
experience will determine! .o<:::
your - -
salaries. None but - - -
experiencedhelp - -
BALK- -Fryerw, one and a
need Wives of soldiers
apply. -
i ,r half pound! up. Day-old chicks,
will be
r given preference.
'New Hampshire reds, hatched -j
,41, I r Weekly. K. E. Wasdln, three Starke Dry'Cleaners & Laundry -

d Myles north of Waldo on Statet1 lip I Vote For
sal + road 13. 0-1 3tp FOR SALK tent 16 12x20. PRICE

ifs ; 1 NURSING WANTED--nurse with waterproof. Fine shape. See J.
1 N. Pierce Telegraph office It
'y ,!f r 1 J8 years experience desires to

care for old folks children or FOR RENT -" large furnished
rv l' j maternity canes. Box 431-B, house with all modern conven- FOR CONGRESSMANHe

1i Btarke. 2tp iences. Suitable for four con-

= genial couples. T. Frank Land-
o WANTfcD'TO"BUY; XirR7na lt of
rum, Starke. It
.4 store, office, cafe and bakery
J equipment Best cash prices. FRET":! RKNT--In: Starke! Seven-
F, Large stock used equipment on room house one block from
d'a)' hand, all time. We buy, sell Postoffire.,: Income from rooms Will)) Best Represent The Citizens Of Bradford County Because His Inter

y }1 and trade. Jacksonville Fix pays rent, lights, water, laundry ,
ture &: Sales Cu. 702 W. Bay .
$175: cash ,
: ,, Jackoonvllle Fla. 5-15: 2tp less than actual valueof representing ,, ests Are With Us. He Is The Husband Of One Of Our Fine Bradford County

furniture, linens,
kt' Full SALK- 1500' new 1-2-inch etc. pur-
Y $

rtI'f galvanized galvanized pipe.pipe,700'15OO'1-Inch 3-4-Inch galvanized chased. 221 North Walnut St.ltp Girls Who Was Raised At Lawtey. His Brother-In-Law And Other Relatives!

/t pipe. Also one good FOR NT-house, four rooms, ,
t farm tractor. one small sawmill unfurnished. in town ; $20 -a, Still Maintain Their Farms In This County And Are Bradford County Tu
l ,i G'd and power unit and 300 month water Included. Box ;.,
mall cypress logs.-B. Berry- 431-C.: Starke. ltp *
', +I ly man, Lanula Links, Box 741 Payers. .
1 i l Starke. It WANTED Position as Bookkeeper I
tU'' r A and General office work,
+ WANTEUlady or gentleman to Cashier or File clerk. 18
x act as clerk or cashier Saturday experience. Best of references.years Naturally He Has Our Interests At Heart As His Family's Interests Are Here

r tft1 : and Sunday nights from 6 E. Terry, Lawtey Fla. Itp o >

And We Consider Him One Of Our Adopted Citizens.

1.t: ;\\.r.JfI)$ Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent Tangible .

L b d Personal Property Taxes

M y t .ACIH that A*of tangible provided 1941. notice pvmunnl hy In Chapter h..r"l>,y 20723'1 I Uttlnry Irren.Orlfflu,, !?Sidney If.It."'. K. 3(7 2.U. Emory Price Has No Hired Speakers Out With

g4f ("t axes"ilnfumit< a..Ht*,.Med mid. for bejrlnnlnir 1941 are" with now Mall.flames. J.. J.W.W. 12 1 t..OS 86 it Their Band Wagons Advocating i

May In Much lazes are drawing In. Hall A. II.

{.111,44.t e -I i,,, set palJ(the Inir warrant crest' thl proportional oppnHlte brforit uf nolk-I will perrent.the vaih*Issue firm Unless font per name day thereon month at the below of pulilttth-amount Juno l plus dl-IB! 'Kali-h.John Jordan Hall.Kelly Kalch.,Clyde,Frailer I.I.n J... It.It.a W., Clara. & Ada 2120 6.91 4.77 3 1 1..95 07 63 Cause As He Is Not A Rich Man And Does Not Believe In Buying His Way Into

i r th the rt-ctlntf" taxpayer tanirllila levy for upon|personal unpaid and property taxea Helaura, pen of of Leach I.nienW.1-annfor.l Otis W.M K B d.. 11.91 1.28.63 Office. He Has Promised No Jobs To

11 i l uam arty cities.a of and delinquent additional personal coatif. prop-The Mare Montleth;, O.V., O: A. tO.SI 1 441 03 Anyone As He Does Not Believe In Being

taxpayer and the amount of Mllllntan'd Cafe
S .
tafteM, 10 It
(' Including the cost of ad- MayoM' Radio' Shop
vortlnlnir and the ..flrat month'B Meivln.: : 8,06
r. C. Elected In This
penalty Alvarez,are M. a* fallow: MaCh Oil Co. 7 1.11 43 Manner.
J. .
ft 'S Odom tl V. A W. M. ,
4' f Alvarei. A. II. 1.3. .'.
Oliver Harsh
n Anderson ,J. I. 7 34
k U Adklnwin (*. U 1490 S 00t Packham.Prescott 8 J. K"t. .92
W. W.
{ 4 04
f OHCarter. KoHler berry
,V' Harrjr. IJod: H. '01
2.27 tteynoids, Frank ..
y' .
Hrooker Turpentine Co.. Inc. K* 07 Rivers: tleora-e 2.3. People Of Duval
d I (Crawford. M.R.H.I. 14 H4.ST Hhuford, J. R. 4 2 32 23 County Where Both Of The Candidates Have Lived For Price
''y Crosby, Lester aas Sumner A. C. 5.6S .. Many Years Gave Emory

rPt t Clay Casey Klvrtrlo,T I- 4.53"SHI Mtarllnr.mrlcklanit Sirs W. Pearl R. 3 301.81 In The First
t Co-Op. Aesoa4 Primary 12,646 Votes
As ,
a +y elation .Hternn. Harry sets Against 4,764 For His Opponent. /,
t Crosby, I.. N. Htarllny. Perry 1.3'
1057 ..
v' C'roaby, A. I. 5,75 Stokes H. : 11 64 :
Kunle, Jameii If. 3.0.! Trianon Tyson.. lad Hid* A Supply Co. 2.38 *
OrlfflH, J. 41 00
W. 1).
Turner Wlllla
i' .
Cr en, Adam 8 23
., try'5 Oreen Ureen Floyd Warren' 5.14S OH We Wa Turpentine C. A. KNinilT.('0. 1.tI' 14th Ward Where Price Resided
-llrlfflH, Kunene 7 1.11 34 Florida.Tax Collector Bradford County, For Over Twenty Years

.. t ? ,1

4 TO THE PEOPLE OF LAWTEY : Price 633 Votes Cary181 Votes

1 ,

S l, ii t branch ernment In DRY&n TJSANEKSNI effort In In your Its to tire town ro-opt"rale and for gas>.the UMJ.NDRY with conservation convenience the policy tout)THE of established of!its: STARKE the popula Gov a 6th Ward Where Cary Resided For Over Twenty Years

if tion. We are fortunate In getting Mr. F, R. Car adhae
Sr to nonage| this branrh. All there> In no provlnloni" made Price 540 Votes
1. for the laundry and dry cleaning lmu! ..trir. .. to obtain Cary 233 VotesIF
1 tlrrt and gnu for the purpu of soliciting; house to
house IliN branch Mill eliminate thin need If you will v
+ take adianlaxe/ of thin urnlrr. The Aamn quirk service YOU
Sy s and expert work nn b oht.a.lnPolI l at the plant In Starke WERE GOING TO HIRE A MAN YOU
o', ; + It proinl-M-d to the patron of Lwwtey. Our policy of KNOW HIM BEST. YOU WOULD ASK WOULD INQUIRE OF THOSE WHO

a maintained contributing In to your all chic community.and religious ctlvitlii4rlll be HIM. THOSE WHO HAVE DEALT PERSONALLY WITH
Keep part of your
money In your town and all of It In your county,

OlIn SERVICE: I IS AS Goon AS The People Of The 2nd District Are Called On Now To
TilE BEST Choose Most
AND The Man
Dependable Best
p BETTER THAN THE REST For This Very Important Office. Give Fitted, The

I { Has Those Of His Home Emory Price The Opportunity To Serve You As He
.. ... County. You Will
'-- -..-- ... Find That He And
----- ,.....--- Intelligent Service. Will Render You Faithful, Patriotic ,

Starke Dry Cleaners And Laundry His Friends! Of Bradford; County Who Are Writing And

Solicitation On His Part Paying For This Advertisement Without AnY
:i Are Well Acquainted :
JUNIf.S 31. SMITH Owner And With Emory Price And Dependable'

-.- ..... .... ... That We Of Bradford County Will Be Best Represented Know That_ He Is
---- ..... .. -.. By Him.

? Are you fighting to get more gas than you He Will Cooperate 100 Percent In Our Efforts To
need Win The
or are you fighting the Japs? War.

a, (Paid for by the Bradford
friends of Emory' Price)


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