Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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\s COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Side StrawberriesThis of Heaven /

eta Official County Publication A Established 18778IXT1'

s'dC FOUIi 8TAKKJB. FLORIDA >'Ulf).\\', M,VY 29. 19U I

Crowd Drive To Enforce r I

Memorial Day Price WinsCongress Few Vote Y

rs Market; Child Labor Law SeatIn In 2nd Primary;

Fair Being Made HereState Close ElectionBradford Norman ElectedLittle

Jthe bean season began Labor Inspector T. H. mfc
fWffcctfE tfutt<& tfiwaalkt j'
\ sold around Hutchinson In County did its share '
we have was Starke a few J more than 25 percent of

jnpers of string beans." days Ago checking: up on the way A to elect Emory H Price to Congress the qualified voters In Bradford
the from. the Second District by County troubled themselves' to go
manager of Starke businessmen
, ardner are comply giving him a vote of 812 to :328! to the polls In Tuesday's Second

mers' Market at Starke Florida Ing or falling Child to comply with the for his opponent, J, Q. Cary. Primary Election but no one was I'I'diewppninted.
//ltprdaY All last week Law, passed The race between these two Because of the extremely -
by the 1841
Legislature. A drive men, both of Jacksonville, short ticket .
rough Monday the price Is being made wan (moat race
L he said. throughout the r very close with complete unofficial were settled In the First Primary
hamper, State, Mr. Hutchinson
per paid! to enforce returns giving Price a 028-! ) and the general lack orInter"t
Inning: Tuesday the price the law regarding the em- vote leud
to win the oral In Congress in politics this year alight
ployment of minors 1 n certain soon to be vacated by Con- vote was expected.In .

are goingg i lines of business. That part of greHnmitn Lex Green of Starke,
these beans : the law that thu only county race on the
applies In thin
plants," he explained Is "c" of cane Florida's new nKreHnmon-al- tlcxet, J S. Norman of Lawtey,
ers get more here for 10 section 9 and all of section lirrge. The total count In the district's Incumbent, won his bid for reelection
il ? canning plants thanIn reads: 2tttJ precincts gave Price to the School Hoard from

Jacksonville for Im- The presence of any minor In 21,04ft and Cary 23,518.: District 1 by defeating Lorenzo

I consumption' At first any place of employment during Cary carried 12 counties to four Green of Starke by a vote of 014

Irs would drive to Jack- working hours shall be prima Y for Price, but the latter'n whop- to, 403.
facie evidence of his a V ping 13,411 to 8.852 plurality in
market their beans, employment \
Bio u x'11' District No. 1 comprises Law-
therein. Ouval put him over the top. In
to stop
Ithey are glad \ tey and North Starke, and the
I market, he said. "No person under twenty-one addition to his homo county,
_____ vote by precincts WitS:
Price led In Bradford
ipect to have the follow- ((21) years of age shall be em- and, Union. Lawtey N. Starke

koditles available on our ployed, permitted or suffered to Green 6 i 339''
jbr sale In the quantities work In, about, or In' connection Price's heaviest lead In Bradford Norman 294 220
County was 11the(
irlng the week beginning with any pool room, billiard polled Only 1,340 electors visited the

June 1," Mr. Gardner room, brewery, saloon barroom or Lawtey precinct where he received polls, while around 4,300 were
i 260 votes to only 96 for
expects to have beans, any place l where Intoxicating + ,1917r Cary. qualified to vote If they w> desired.
e o However, he carried all otherpieclncts
3, sweet corn and blackIn liquors are manufactured or sold." small .
by margins with
The Inspector was more in
moderate quantities the exception of Hampton, where
Ins, okra, tomatoes, pep- terested In Plopping the practiceof the vote wan 43: to 19 In fuvor of Judd To Build
fred bliss potatoes in light employing minors In that sort Gary

fa, and a liberal quantity of business than he was In mak- 7 Price, who has been Supervisor Low Cost House

Hi, A email quantity of ing any arrests. However, four of Regl.slration In Diivnl County
M. ft. Judd who the
warrants have been issued here
and butter beans was
rn and the local business for many years, married a Luw- fault and produce stand on Road P+
arket Wednesday. men poste.Ibondlt.
tey girl and had much active
sup 48. IH .l1l1dlng l a three-room concrete -
[the benefit of the far- port In this district. block residence on his. property ,
"the According to Deputy J. B.
jllr, Gardner said, on the of
corner Lafayette
s on the platform toa Rowe this is the second time and Adams. street, Ilecaume of p

beans. Local buyersk that this same matter has come F. D. R. May Ask the Government's priority regulations

| buyers are also on the up In Starke, the first time being tho entire cost of the

The farmers are badly, only a year or two'ago.., building, will fall below the $500

(of rain, which conditiong Lower Draft AgePresident murk; and because of a City or-

the crop short. The Washington'Gives Blanding Program Pleases Crowd At USOVeteran's dinance he Is erecting the homeon

[Is drying up and some the buck of the lot.
(nnot be used at all be- EncouragementOn Roosevelt IH considering
the drought., "Unless a Day as observed at for Amerlc ns" was i presented by less, few In Sunday afternoon's a call to congress to draft While the materials used are

a I In comes soon" Mr. Vital Matter USO No. 1 Sunday afternoon, Camp Blanding enlisted men audience had ever regarded the younger fighting blood-youths of good the cost is greatly reduced
was a rousing thanks to In entertainment because he and his father. I). A,
said, "the corn is not success Surpassing value mandoline as an Instrument for 18 to 20-into the army.
mature." L M. Barton of the Economy the splendid entertainment from many $8.60 Broadway "hits," this classical music, but before his act There was no'Indication of how Judd are doing the work. "When $
Service Co., with the backing of the war I III over I plan to build a a
Camp Blanding and the cooperateIng melange of music and mimicry was over, Pvt. Vicail showed this noon a decision might be made,
the City Council got quick action efforts of all USO units in kept a capacity audience in high diminutive instrument In an entirely but President Roosevelt disclosed $5,000 home on the front of the

Invest on his lettem to ,Congress- Starke.A spirits for another gay hour anda new llght. at his I press conference this lot," he said yesterday. "I am

HIS ,1ngq..ert.QjfRgtj. $ n d Senator large crowd of'soldiers and half., .. J ..-twOpening __ __ Lovers.: swing music had their week that he would I confer getting out of paying" ISO per i
Claude Peppen-regarding the civilians including a considerable with two beautiful ,, when''a base with months rent 'tJr an ;
innings guitar accordion shortly, Muj.-Oon. Lewis 1). "
00 tn Bonds: freeze order on "plumbing fix- group of World War I veterans, tenor ballads sung by Pvt Jack and violin took the stage Hershey selective service director houne. unturnlahe4'I;, I J
tures in
theface of the $335,000 gathered early In the afternoonfor Venable the variety show ran the under the misleading alias of "The on whether to ask for the
water and sewer defense projects the fine concert a of entertainment Mozart Revival To Start
I given by gamut ending Quintet. Featuring Pvts. necessary change In the selective
ord II I just started in Starke. At military band of 30 pieces, under with a stirring version of "Bal- Joe Stamper and Jay Miller, the service act.
Lodge No. S3: F & least At Tabernacle
: he had favorable responses the direction of Warrant Officer lad for Americans," sung by Pvt. quintet's version of "Dark Eyes"was The present law exempts thoxe

owed Itself a truly patrl- to his letters receiving a tele- Carl J. Hehmsoth.In Cameron Pattee, baritone soloist something long to be remem under 20 from conscription.: How Evangelist Frederick 1'. BIN ;

ganlzation at its regular gram from Lex Green's office a addition to the usual overtures and a chorus of 16 voices, under bered. ever, the 18-20 year category Into :
ling* will begin a series of meetings -
Monday night by voting letter from Senator Pepper and and marches the concert the direction of Staff Sgt ]Marvin As mnsler-of-ceremontea, Pvt. register: June 30 under the na : at the Compel Tabernacle In
WIly to purchase $4,000f an encouraging letter from program Included such delightful McGee. I Hob Minor kept the Know movingat tion's manpower Inventory.The Stiiike on Monday night, June 1,

War bonds through its the War Production Board, with numbers as fantastic variations Pvt. Thayer Lewis, who wan on a brisk pace, and his Impersonations 18 and 19-year-olds. were at 8 o'clock.

Having some funds on whom the above members of Congress built around the themes of "My the stage before entering the I of Clark Gable, Charles subject to draft. In cloning weeks Sunday night Mr. Billings will

roceeds from the sale of conferred on the matter, Old Kentucky Home" and "The Army stopped the show with his Boyer, Jimmy Stewart-even of the World war and the army conclude a highly successful series

street property sometimed "The order issued April 16, Old Gray Mare.' 'Popular numbers clever pantomimes. Particularly Franklin D. Roosevelt-were ex- today Is In the midst of a drive of meetings held at the Lawtey

being unable to build a 1942, affecting the sales or deliveries were not slighted, and the band's devastating were his Interpretations ecuted with genuine finesse and for enlistments from those age Baptist Church. Mr and Mrs.

owing to war conditions, of new plumbing and version of "Chattanooga Choo of a piano solo as played, uncanny accuracy.The oupH. What) it thinks of such J. T. Qulgley, sponsors of the !;

riotlc members thought heating materials was inaugurated Choo" set many feet. a-tapping first by a little girl at the awkward entire production was under teen-age Americans as soldiers I Is Tabernacle were BO impressed

as no better way to make for one purpose, to conserve among the younger group of lis age: second, by a selfassured the capable direction of Chaplain shown by one of the advertisements with the ability of Mr. Billings

ney safe and their Coun- the use of vital materials which teners.Warrant lady of the gay nineties era; Dan A. Lannlng and credit for in the enlistment drive. an ex-prizefighter, that they engaged

from Hitlerism with alltails are essential in our present war Officer Hehmsoth, third by College Joe; and last the excellent sound reproductiongoes Addressed to "mm of 18 and him for an Indefinite lengthof r

than by buying war effort. In doing this it is diffi- who has been concert melster in but not least, the concert artiste to Cpl. Bob Carle 19," It says: "
Who'll be the next? cult to prevent hardships on cer- some of Europe's largest sym- Pvt. Bob Pealy pleased the Preceding the performance M. your age are needed now In The meeting. here will be held

a special meeting of the tain Individuals although it Is our phony orchestras is equally well audience with two well-chosen F. Brown, local attorney and America's fighting I army. out of doors, and 1 construction ofa

edneaday night the "thirdwas Intent to hold this to a minimum. known as a conductor of opera baritone solos" while a decided president of the Starke Rotary You've gut what It tak Ol. new platform at the side af the

conferred "The original order as rendered symphony and oratorio. Sunday highlight of the afternoon was Club, made a brief address of Your mental alertness and tabernacle Is being rushed. Special

through the upon a does not require some revision afternoon he again demonstratedthe Pvt. John Vlcarl. guitar and man- welcome. adaptability will enable you to music, both Instrumental. and
courtesy of doline solo Int. Known in Late In the afternoon buffet learn fa t. You're built to take
>s lodge S. E: and clarification in that masterful technique that has Europeas a vocal, will supplement the messages -
r of the lodge. Sparks, certain items and provisions can brought him such an enviable the "Paganlnl of the Mando- supper'was served In USO No. 1 the bodily toughening of army of, the evangelist.

tated yes- be relieved within reason without reputation in this field. line," Pvt. Vlcarl has made recordings for members of the cast and the training and thrive on It. And! Forbes E. Fuller pastor of the

harm to its purpose. The matterof Following the open-air band for both Victor and Columbia veterans present, while at USO above all, you have the enthusljuun. Uawrey Baptist Church will lead

completing contracts dated i concert the audience was Invited and regular'broadcasts No. 3 (NCCS), sandwiches and the daring and love of the tinging/ during the revival.

g roperty prior to April 16, 1942 Is under inside the building where a va- over aft major radio networks coffee were served to other veterans adventure that I* necessary In

jn By Church serious consideration and an riety program, featuring "Ballad since coming to America. Doubt- and all soldiers. the making opposition of line to erldlers"But drafting of Carlisle Buys HomeIn

allow the
: amendment to required

Sugh a city employe was : materials without further delay is Government InsuranceAll One-Man Fire Dept.At Norman Thanks Voters under-20 senators. youths has arisen among ( New SubdivisionJ.

ree of Information within a few days."
of the expected
There Is talk of an of 7,* n. Carlisle of
army proprietor the
PPh story herein referred war veterans who have beenso 6 p M. Wednesday a large I deeply appreciate the hon-
000,000 or 8,000,000. Selective service Bradford Hardware '
Company, end\
H on, which make is the following Victory Grill unfortunate as to allow their tarpaulin on a truckload of Tux or which you have conferred upon I registrations up to the outbreak his wife and family are moving;

'of the a direct quo- SoonThe Government insurance policies to edo feeds from Seminole Stores, me by re-electing me a memberof of war brought enrollmentsof this week Into their new 3-bod-
Rev. Will
G. Open
of the Methodist C. Powell, lapse will be glad to know that Inc.. Gainesville.caught fire rightIn the Board of Public Instruction more than 17,000,000 men between room house on the corner of Call
': Church: the the middle of Call street It 21 and 35.: The first wartime and Orange street in L. A. Davis'Plnehurst
week the Randolphs who own President Roosevelt has just.slgned and your confidence In my
: Telegraph car- was Ignited from the exhaust ( registration on Fe b, 16, subdivision in the west
story about the church and new Victory building now nearing Law No. 553 which ability to serve you.
'aking Call street will pipe the driver said. added more than 9.000,000 more end of town. According to W. T.
a on
leading trade The story completion and O.. C. Blumer. of Jacksonville that those whose policies ex- Stanley Noegel the one-man No man has ever been sup to the roll and brought In all men Clute, realtor, who made the sale
and was based own ported by more loyal and unselfish between 20 and 44. Some 13-
Formation will the Victory pired during the months of fire department, quickly came to the consideration was $4,860.
which failed to friends and supporters and I of the non-combatant 4to
000,000 The Carlisle home Is the
F e whole fact.. Grill and Bar that will soon openIn March April or May or at any the rescue by pouring two paper largerof
I of the cups full of Ice water which he wish to express t o them my 65: age category signed up on (the two model house. which
L *trade Was made between the extreme east space the time since January 24. 1942: may got from Cy 'n' Al's place on the sincere and genuine gratitude. I AprU 27 have been on exhibition for some-

pihodlst church and thend building that adjoining have them reinstated.It blaze and extinguishing it so that repeat the promise I made to you More To ItegfoterThe Imo. "Mr. Carlisle U a successful -

.\ regard the chimes Starke Hotel. has been suggested by those the man could resume his jour- during the campaign, that I will June 30 registration of 18- hardware man," Mr. Clute

I m last week's story.men Pensacola he stated Wednesday, Is about to expire, handle ney.He with all the ability I possess about 3,100,000. Of this number along, and has decided to buy a

City gave the Church the but has lived In Jacksonville and their application for renewal with thus saved the day by saving ...J, S. (Buddy) Norman 600,000 will have reached the age home of his own."
with Its contentsand
"Which, otherwise in St. Louis, Mo., for many years. the first period premium, directly the of 20 since the last registration

been wrecked was to "At one time I owned IS: restaurants with the Director of Insurance, saving the City (or some- Serious Accident and hence will be eligible for Immediate Murrhee Home Sold
thrown 30 NOT to
body else) | by having
'1e Scrap In St. Louis he said Veterans Administration, Wash mllltarv service.

wu, moved pile onto the After church the and prior to that time he had ington. D. C. call out the fire department. Shortly before 7 o'clock Wednesday !I For the present, men with V. C. HolIlngHworth. real estateoperator

:* a survey showed that two places in Jacksonville. It Is I evening two miles east of i 'genuine dependency" have been cloned a deal Monday

wa an extra three feet of expected that the cafe will openIn Patray Here On Visit More Housettes Starke on Road 48, something told they will be reasonably safe whereby the old Madison Murrhee
r. the block the near future. 'from a draft cal tin 1942. This. home place between Madison and
I which was not R. H. Macho & Son, contractors, went wrong with the steering rod
by the deeds held by the James Pat ray was hobnobbing on the '41 G. !-I. C. dump truck assurance was given by Hershey South streets on Thompson street r
continue build those small
: Or by the City This three Visitors At YWCA with his old Starke friends this to driven by Charles Green, it left Monday In an address to members becomes. the property of Mr. and
$49950 houses, and'lnqulrle. con-
Cording to week, coming In Tuesday from of the Harvard Forum at Mrs. Ike L. Williamson. The
custom would the road, ran Into a large stump
been! divided betwe"e1 the Mien Florence Williams, program Ozark. Ala. He reports great cerning them keep coming In, Mr. and turned over Inflicting serious Cambridge. Mass The selective property consists of a house anda

td the Church< consultant from the New activity around Camp Rooker Mathe stated Wednesday. They Green. service director said there was lot ISO x 100 feet In size and
giving each Injuries on
ri 18 Inchelr( of York office, was visiting the local where he and Johnnie McLaughlin consist! of four rooms and bath- I a. sufficient pool o f manpower sold for I3.50O, Mr. Williamson
'he: land more at Ozark and with no plumbing fixtures In- He was rushed to the Alachua available fill this needs .
to stated
deeds called for. YWCA (USO club No. 4) Tuesday own two cafes-one year's Tuesday.It t
needed the extra The coming here from Jackson- the other at Dalevllle.\ They also cluded. County hospital Gainesville, In a without dipping into the 3-A's' l Is Mr. Williamson's plan a

f1ng:< Program. the land for ville. have the recreational concessionsthere. They have erected three for De Witt C. Jones ambulance. hose with dependents.The little later to remodel the house
Church of the Frank O. Peterson the dairyman Though the doctor'sreport after senate military committee and make It into three or four
agreed for the The Bowling league available It
Is not ,
o use the Sara Mr. Patray was on his way to on his property a mile or so east examination yesterday recommended that class apartments. They will live In one
Whole Miss!
than Just three feet Army wives is over. stated Carabelle where he says he has of Starke; and are building one was thought that Mr. Green sustained 3 Include only two groups: Registrants of them and rent the others. It
rightly 18 Inches Reed, assistant secretary, the a bathing beach caeino dance for O. E. SUmbury. one for several broken ribs and with wives or children or was said. The Williamson. moved
belonged of
ecessary, to It. And While several members left hall and bar. He Is to leave San- [ Police Chief A. L. Alvares and perhaps spinal Injuries. wives' and children and those into their new home Tuesday from

up accordingly papers will be winning team have already day or Monday to open up his one for ),11'. Mupgrove. an Mr. Green was driving for J. with purely financial dependents heir farm home a mile south of
this league
the church In other Starke one team businesses there where he says \engineer from Camp Blanding, W. Conner hauling contractor after amounts payable under pro- Starke on Road 13. For the lat I

?I practice and the city went to Jacksonville yesterday wivesteam the Government Is spending some out near Joe's Grill on Road 13 who In turn was working for the posed dependency allotments are two years the house has been occupied
'lley 111 this case.gOOd nelgh- morning there.to play the Army 280000000. |I north of town. Wolfe-McLeod Construction Co. considered. by Mrs. A. J. Barnes.





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proportion of this group will go to work in war | Army Navy and
The Bradford County Telegraph Industry No plans have been made for the 43-63: : THIS WEEK IN THE WAR Commission, FMery

group of reentrants. but it li. safe to say that
Established:: 1877 A of Information on the Important developments of the TRANSPORTATION
( summary
for each and
Sam will have
Uncle a job every
I'' lyt'' week. mart available by official sources in the or rice of Government The Office of
; b'' ME..M.BSR. = =-C\ one of his loyal sons and daughters before the Itepot, Washington, D. C.) .
portatlon banned. pera"
I, sightseeing
: bus
; NAnGWALEDnORIALASSOOAnON' ,V .; WPA GETS; A CUT Price Administrator Hender women, and will begin about July strlcted use of iervlce

10.41. \l Child Labor In The JooksThe President Roosevelt, in a special son: reported a preliminary countof 15. such essential ehalf6rt4I1, ,
; E. L Matthews -_ Editor and Owaer car owners in the Eastern 'Jt'rau
Child Labor Law, paused by the 1941 session message to Congress, reduced his THE WAR FRONT transporting membeof l
rationing area showed about 10 ed forces I tho'
1 for fiscal 1943 from ,
WP.requef't war
1M' I SUBSCRIPTION KATE of the State Legislature, provided that: "No $465 million to $283 million. He percent received X ration cards, President Roosevelt said the U. children. Four wOI'kel'llllld, '

t 7+ Yearly. 'I.' : Six Month, '1.00. person under twenty-one years of age shall be said the war effort Is drawing 31 percent received A cards 11 S. still faces the prospect of a Ing between New bu IInee

employed, permitted or suffered to world in, about, workers from every available percent received B-1 cards, an-: long war, and overly enthusiastic Washington D c York CII

rubfjHbed Weekly on Friday and Entered M Sec- or !In connection with any pool room billiard room, source j theieby reducing the other 11 percent received B-2 I optimism about Its progress Is to pool their service were 0

Mid Clou. Mutter at the Foot Office at SUike, FU.HViere brewery saloon, barroom, or any place where In- need for a work relief program.To cards and 37 percent received B- schedules permit ,
toxicating liquors are manufactured or sold." meet labor shortages, he said, 3 cards. The OPA ruled that X not justified. The President presented tickets and eliminate Inlereb

Thin Is a law that has been brazenly flouted even organized migration of! cards must be surrendered If the the Congressional Medalof runs The ODT alllO dapr
{ Do You Stand In The Draft? during Starke's period of boom-time development.Now :workers may be necessary. The I I essential purpose for which they Honor to Brig. Gen. James H. has begun a survey Of re .

r r Every man young or old slngla!!; or married that an evident attempt Is being made to en- 'revised for WPA program monthly would provide em-- were stantially issued! all"does of not the cover use of"sub the Doolittle who led the party of 80 bus in 100 and railroad paseng Jut
an selected
force this law It is hoped that of such average who bombed the cities.
d with or without dependents, wants to know proprietors ployment of about 400,000( per- car for which they were provided. Japanese mine necessary to
( "Where do I stand with the Selective Service places will heed the warning and will cooperatewith sons "who will not be hired by mainland In Army B125: bombers travel requIrements adJus_

rt'jf' ill Board ?" officials In remedying a situation that Is an private employers because of age!!; TilE ARMED FORCES conferees I April 18. No U. S. planes were facilities. The Office of all
t Some commentators have forecast that In due ugly blot on the community as well as a very lack of skills/ or other handi- House and shot down in the raids. Gen. employers to help
time the Army might build Itself to a total of nine real danger to Its inhabitants. caps." agreed on Legislation to Increase MacArthur's headquarters in end travel b y reduce,
the of privates and apprentice arranp,,
''j or ten minion men. It In obvious that there will A state official In Staike this week, revealedthe Chairman McNutt of the War I, pay seamen to $42 per month, Australia reported the sinking of week departure fo ,?
t ?1. be a revolutionary effect on the manpower In this startling fact that in one "jook joint" em- Manpower Commission directed and of private first class to $48 ,another Japanese c r u Iser, two who plan vacationsSHIPUtlLIUXQ )

country, but there 'IM no factual evidence to sup ploying minors five girls were Infected with vene- the IF. S. Emnlovment Service to and to provide pay raises for the rnrirn: china and two enemy-- Irani'" ---

jL a 1 port the scare rumors that Bay every physically real diseases-two had gonorrhea, two had gon- maintain IIst.ot skilled occupa- other ranks 0 f enlisted men. ports. United Nations planes In The President ,
fit man under thirty-six l 10 certain to be placed orrvah and syphilis, and one had syphilis. tions essential to war productionIn I President Roosevelt set June 30 Australia destroyed 17 enemy aircraft Maritime day n a &
and statement
damaged others.
,d 7 b In unlfoim. Selective Service heads are making: a Such deplorable conditions call for more than l which a national shortage exists as the registration date for young Twelve more United Nations ves- said "We will perform th".
and to
make preferential referrals -
t genuine effort to create an Army of the size action by a few law enforcement officers. They of workers to employersIn men between the ages of 18 and sels were sunk by enemy submarines miracle of ship produrlto\
1 P of American call for an arousing of public wrath and demand 19 and for those who reached nation's
4'1)t) needed with minimum dislocation a war Industries. He directedthe In the Atlantic and Gulf shipbuilding capad'
4 l ) family life. that places of this kind comply with the law-or WPB to classify war plants I their 20th 31, birthday 1941. and between June December 30- of Mexico. 'been increased more than sJ

; : Here In how matters' shupe up at this time, else! Unscrupulous proprietors will respect the and war products in the order of 1942. Only men 20 or older are PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS standing cent. That achievement of itself 1 11 In

i3' according to published statements. wishes of paying customers sooner than they will their urgency to the war pro- subject to military service under The President announced the I I ping Administrator War i
sr + is First, practically all available single men In respond to the demands of the law. That such gram. He also Instructed Selec- the Selective Service system. Federal Security Agency Office .ships have been Land u.
conditions are allowed to exist in tive Service local boards to con-,, I I I delivery
been called.
the : bracket have Many a generally law-
20-33-year The Navy announced it will begin of Civilian Defense and Red service so far this .
+v 4J M t who were given temporary deferment for occupational abiding community is an indictment of a too- fer Service with offices local U.before S. Employment reclassifying I recruiting about 1.000 negroes Cross have agreed upon a coordinated -I I proximately more than year mi,

a reasons are now being summoned. In time, complaisant public-one that has grown accustomed a month on June 1, The Marine plan to assist civilian livered in all of last
skilled year
any men In war oc-
women and older men will replace thousands of to winking at such matters and acceptinga cupations.Mr. { Corps First Reserve Battalion of victims of enemy action In this;1 have reached the stage of dt

I ; young men In defense Industrie defeatest "so-what?" attitude. McNutt said If it is I negroes will recruit about 9 00I country. The OCD Emergency'Medical Ing two ships a day. BJ
Second the Selective Service Boards are Our suggestion is that the public cooperatewith to insure full utilization possible of I men during June and July. I Service will have Immediate we "will be delivering u-

fir' h placing In the I-A classification all men who have the law enforcement officials by an all-out manpower through v o 1 u n t ary The Marine Corps. also reported responsibility for care of day. Maritime Day Will ofc
no genuine claim for dependency. That includesmen boycott of joints that employ minors in violationof means, "It will be unnecessary to it will waive certain physical requirements persons injured by air raids or also with the mass launch

with working wives, men who contribute little the Florida child labor laws. put into effect legal controls" to In order to present shelling, and emergency feeding 27 cargo vessel
and housing will be under OCD
and with limit freedom of action of work- commissions to civilian specialists
to the support of their households men
20 to SO of The Army local Defense Corps. The Red Acme Paint &
t mean Almost all of these men will be In uniform ers and employers. He said com- years age. NeonJ.
? The Cross will furnish
Bringing Lesson Home doubled the quota of 111-A Selec- supplementary
pulsion "may from time to time
1 by the end of the year, unless they are unable tive Service registrants It will equipment such a s ambulance.. M. Dick of Galnesvlllt J
t For lot of be necessary, however, in the
a us
't' to the physical examinations or perform buslness-and-pleasure-as-usual The President directed
pass administration of the accept monthly as volunteers for the OCDto ed Monday the Acme Pi,
vital work in war Industry. Americans the War arrived along with the A, B program. He stated four-fifths manpower officer training. formulate (with War Depart- Neon Co., In the former I lo I
Third. It is universally believed that Congresi and X gasoline rationing cards. of all in ment approval) a facility security of Congressman Lex Greet
: jobs vital war industriescan
t will soon approve a bill providing govern Senator Walter P. Fuller of St. Petersburg, be handled by women. WOMKN'S; : ARMY AUXILIARY program t o protect "essentialfacilities" flee In the new Green buUdh

ment grants for dependents of service men. These whose "Florida Letter" Is an able summary of the COUPS I such as highways com- Court street. H. C GrelghloHO

p"t s' I ri, a grants aa now projected are small-around 60 a state's economic outlook at regular intervals, describes -'RUBBER AND GASOLINE I Recruiting for the Women'sArmy munication systems utilities and of Gainesville is the local

.; t t month for a wife and child. But they will makeIt the situation thusly: The WPB said if Americans do I, candidate Auxiliary school Corps will first officer mines against sabotage, and to ager, and will handle paint
begin correlate It with such
possible for the Selective Service Boards to call "Americans finally realize War! It took theA not conserve the transportationmiles May 27, the War Department re already placed in effect programs by the paper and service wor
neon signs.
{ thousands of men who are now deferred for eco- n and X cards to do It. Army trucks trundling In their tires It may be ported. Application blanks may

nomic reasons. the highways were exciting at first; uniforms on necessary eventually to transfer be obtained only by going in per-
...Fourth a new draft classification 3-B has the street thrilling; hoarding a sort of game; automobiles and tires to communities son to one of the 440 regular If you would like a good wholesome meJ
'i. t And that In sugar rationing cards a huge where they are needed army recruiting stations throughout -
i been adopted. a matter of very great Joke. But the stark in clean quiet
It pre-waj
Importance At the present time, men with genuine finality of fifty miles of gas a week did the bust- more. The Board reported no the country. The term of at
rubber can be spared In 1942 enrollment will be for the dura-
F ibr_ dependencies are classified as 3-A. The 3-B nest. or prices-Then we invite you to give ui
1943 to make new tires for ordinary tion of the war and not more
classification Is for men with genuine dependencies "Automobiles had become the veritable back- trialSATISFACTION
passenger cars because than six months thereafter. Of.
{ l who. In addition, are employed in war work. The bone and fabric of American life. Florida near the armed forces need all the ficer candidates must be citizens

qi C r b4v; hope !IB that thousands of men who now have non- bankrupted herself during the boom, building rubber the nation can muster of the United States between the GUARANTEED

highways. Trucks had well nigh run railroads from Its stockpile, synthetic pro- ages of 21 and 45: with a high
obtain' Into their economic grave. Theatres, restaurants, i gram and greatly curtailed crude school education or Its equivalentin K & M CAFE

t a op grocery stores were all built so the motorist need sources. The synthetic program good health and of excellent
,1 erate on the "work or fight" policy which exIsted not leave his wheel. Courting moved from the might produce 30,000 tons of rub- character. They may be marriedor
1f in World War I. In other words, a man will parlor and hammock to the back seat ber this year and 350,000 tons In single. The first class will Corner of Call and Madison

cd'' a pe given the( chol e. of going, Into\ the Army, or "But now oil from sunken ships drives pelicans 1943, the Board said. consist o f approximately 450

it 5 leaving a non-war occupation for a war occupa from the Atlantic waters and smears shore boats;

F,{ tion. mines drift ashore; men salvage and cart away

The Industries which are classified as essen- drifted cargoes and wreckage from the shores; Your Florida Visit 'Won't Be Complete Until You .
r v fal to the war effort are definitely limited In sailors die suddenly and horribly, or swim to

number. Lawyers, store clerks, newspapermen, shore; ships burn; fishermen must leave the sea

',k l 4 wholesalers, advertising men, etc., have no claim at sundown; streets are dark in coastal towns;
for deferment. Deferment la given only to men cars creep by with dimmed lights." SEE SILVER SPRINGSFLORIDA'S

}+ who hold a job which is directly and absolutely At last we buslne -anllpleasureausual folks

sit necessary to the production and transportation are getting an Inkling of what Total War Is all '
of the raw and finished materials which are Involved about. FAMED INTERNATIONAL ATTRACTION

'f ir In war.

: What this all adds up to In plain. If you A Valuable Thing To Know
4f4; are a single man, under 36, in reasonable health,

1 you will go Into the Army unless' you are virtually With repeated warnings Issuing from the War

;, Irreplaceable In some war Industry If you have Department concerning the possibility of enemy

dependents who look to you entirely for support, bombing on the east and west coasts of America

you will be deferred for the time being-but there It will be well for everyone to have a fairly good

Is a strong likelihood that in time the continuance knowledge of the treatment of burns-one of the

iii cf of your deferment will depend upon your obtaining greatest dangers ;in case of air raid.

at t a job In war Industry. If you have minor Dr. Arlie L. Moon, writing In Life &: Health

physical defects you are not exempt from military describes the proper treatment as follows:
; I'' service. The original physical standards have "In the early treatment of mild burns a sooth-

s barn relaxed and men with defective eyesight, ing burn ointment may be quickly applied on

hearing feet etc., are being called to the colors gauze dressing and placed over the affected part
i and<1 SHslgned to non-combatant duty. and held in place with a bandage. One of the

Many a problem remains to be worked out. newer remedies which Is being applied to burns,

An army of 6,000.000 men would mean that four with apparently very excellent results Is cod liver ,1e sr

1'b to six times that number would be needed !In Industries oil. The vitamins present In this preparation seem

ti manufacturing and transporting supplies. to have some effect on the skin, which hastens

On top of that, agriculture must be kept goIng. the healing process."If .

L and on an expanding scale, Inasmuch as we are a burn Is at all extensive or severe It Is

I tt sending tremendous quantities of foodstuffs to our best not to apply an ointment or any greasy ma

Allies Selective Service heads such as General terial as the physician may wish to make use of a

4i g Hershey, have advised the Boards to exempt & per cent tannIc acid spray to the affected area,

enough farm 'labor to keep food production up to which forms a tough, dark coating over the skin

the necessary level. But reports say In some and protects It from the air and hastens! the heal-

areas the draft Is virtually denuding the farms ing process. This preparation is not effective when

j0 of labor Furthermore, farmers cannot pay the an ointment has been applied, and the greasy materIal

b high wage paid by war Industry, and workers are must first be removed, which Is a difficult,

Se 4 naturally taking jobs in war factories instead of painful process However, baking soda may be

on farms. This seems to be one of the most serioui moistened with water, which has preferably been

a V of the unsolved problems. boiled, as this renders the water sterile and helps Bring the Family. Spend a Day
Always Remember.
''t'': l It la probable to prevent Infection. The water should be They'll See. Nature's Unaerwatef
that the Immediate warm,
course of the
and the Thru Glass
moistened Fairyland Bottom
baking soda Boats
L' war will have a direct bearing on Army should be placed
slat plans here. If, for instance, Russia continues expan on area.gauze This dressings and applied to the affected J
+k ; to hold the will give considerable relief.
Germans If the
Japan Is
stopped In the burned area ROSS ALLEN'S REPTILE INSTITUTE
211; Pacific a U. S. covers a considerable portion of the
Army of the largest size
not b6 necessary If, on the other band possiblewill Ger body, the person may be placed in a tub of warm See a s .0 JUNGLE AUTHENTIC SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE I I
i'. water, which will give great relief DOWN SILVER RIVER F R E] E
many manages to crack the Russian defense this measure.In as an emergency CONSERVATORY FILLED WITH TROPICAL PLANTS
summer, and if Japan continues to win victories
you can look with assurance to very recent years, the medical profession
expansion has
on a tremendously accelerated made remarkable progress In the treatment of ADMISSION
-many Hear CONCERT
It Is reported that men between 33 severe cases which I would have TO GROUNDS
44, proved fatal not Daily at 9 A. M. Noon
4k which was the second group registered win as a disfiguring so long ago are now saved, and 4 p, M.

general rule be taken only for behind-the-lines scars are largely prevented. This is
u4 fit,' Army nervlce. It Is' expected that the just one of the many chapters in the book of SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
4I >. s7jr greater achievement of medicine In this countrY. E DINNER IN THE PICNIC GROUND
n I d owns a military supply
Samuel store In the American Theatre Employes Buy Stamps /
Goldman last
t week secured building at Camp Blanding." Con.
"1 f a three-year l lease on the tractors Hall and Hall are the the Every one of the 24 employes of I PARKING
west tpnce (that next to the builders, and William Randolph, Starke Dry Cleaners and t
Edenfield Jewelry) In the new the owner stated Tuesday that Laundry purchase at least one 25-
aI Victory buUdlng of Randolph and the epace would be ready for Mr. cent War savings stamp every Open Daily.. Sunrise to Sunset '
Randolph on Went. Call street. According Goldman next week. A. Snyder, manager,
.1 : : to VV.. elated last week. On Tads M *! AH; Tr.Inf and Buses .
T. Clute. realtor The Randolph. will themselves that that basis .t OcU. Fir.: $1! for (ire Round Trip! BOOKLETS
who made the deal the would mean at least 1312
space operate a grill and bar In the per
i rents for around I ISO: per mouth, year from that one business or-
space adjoining the Starke Hotel, 5 MILES EAST
and will soot house .. ganization. ON
a modern soon as It is completed, while DAYTONA HIGHWAYSTATE ;
military supply store. I. small space in the center will &IANUSMlwrCO'ER.I;
"Mr. Goldman N. a successful for such businesses ROAD 500
as 100
14 4 business man" :,tr. Glut .. ,stand COtJN'n'TELEORAPIL
slated etc., Mr. Randolph said. SPECIAL REDUCED RATES TO

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ROUND LAWTEWith Temporary Halt On Waste Paper Collection- t

F. R. Carradine Y : Scrap Rubber And Iron Urgently Needed 1:i Oa&4He9 i 1

In the battle
Victory against a Florida was truly magnificent and

I II I waste paper shortage has been I far exceeds the expectations of

MISS ItOKKKTS: HONORED I proclaimed Clayton r, Codring- federal officials,"
s.FrL; AT 1'.a'SICOLi1'ltTV I SCHOOLST.IRTS ton, executive secret.uy of the II. L. Gutteison. chief general.sltlvllOt'l'

*-S'l e.rlt:; 11.\\ crowds and A party that savored for a June 1st SOON marks AT the 11AITIST II Florida It 1& I vulte program an- I.' / section, notified Codrtng Author of "How to Win Friend I
:a beginning
nounced this week
eaa IS of ton that it In not now feasible to '
: L, the order while of sabotage of the Pepsi- this year of another fine Dally and Influence People."
11' "* Lawley Baptisty Cola corporation of Starke turned Vacation Bible School at the So successful has been the forecast the paper supply
81 Frederick P. out to be a delightful one in hon- Lawtey Baptist Church. This waste paper campaign Codrlng- lion In the future. "If 1111111'-1

IL angel a large crowds or of Miss Patsy Lee Roberts, event U one which Is ton said, that a shortage has now shortage again develops we
drawing eagerly
\\J been turned into a and again come to the of Florida i
seats having at the home of Mrs. L. H. Hill. looked forward to all the surplus people -
extra by
nightL the drive for paper salvage has I and ask them to help us out
the aisles to ac- .. party was represented as a children who will attend. ,f
placed m folks who are Coca-Cola party but when the been discontinued. It may be le- as they have Just done." +,
will be
o meetingB.lIIpalgn : guests arrived they were served every day at Rumed he pointed onto If a short- Meanwhile Gutterson informed

g aout for can these be called "a 'Pepsi-Cola which was certainly 8:30 A.M., running until 11:30A. : age should again develop. CodrlnKton the shortage of rub- Have you ever worked desperately to accomplish some- t
i M. A fine
1'1 persons so far apropos. The residence of Mrs.! faculty will be Emphasis baa shifted In the sal- ber and metals remains! acute and thing and had it fail, and then suddenly and unexpectedly '
for composed of Mrs. M. B. Futch the \
spiritual life. Hut was decorated with a wide Mrs. vage program to metal and rub- campaign for these classes ofscrap have it turn out an aid after al) I'll give you an example:' '
: Arthur !
received Pearce Mrs. H. B. should be
night during the cam- variety of garden flowers. Those Arwood Mis. Fred Moore Mrs. ber salvage, Codrington said, be- renewed continued with A dentist in Yonkers N. Y., wanted to become a writer.
ry special "fea- present In addition to the hon- cause of the continuing shortageof energy. He His
have been Frederick P. Billings and Mrs.J. City moved to a small town in Pennsylvania and began.
there departments Defense
on one par- oree, Miss Patsy Lee Roberts supplies of these materials for out and lived his wife's In five
r or emphases P. Wyrlck with assistants: Council committees, and community money ran they on money.
during each night's were Misses Helen Dowllng Mar- war Industries. he sold four five short articles. You will
idea Misses! Evelyn Warren, Evelyn and I organizations were requested years only or r
l'g "FamilY Night" was oneIf tha Dowling and Jacquelyn Andrews Edna Edwards, Irene Prevatt. "Floridians responded to the I to discontinue paper collection recognize the dentist's name-Zane Grey. I

most interesting. Sevenltc !' of Starke. Mia Jean Ed- The finest of D. V. B. S. material call for waste paper with such and give attention for the He plunged into a novel about a distant relative of his, t\\1
wards and Clara
families were present.ther Mae Harley will be used published by the enthusiasm that the battle was present to rubber and metal Betty Zane, whose family name had been given him. '

matter of Interest fam-was Lawtey. Scripture Press of Chicago. This won on this front in less than six driven."We. (Zancsville, Ohio was named for the family.) The novel

,ling out of how many In which TilE PATRIOTIC FEW instruction In the things of God months "after the shortage wan have won the waste paper was based on a deed of courage the girl had performed at

were represented famUy knew While the Observation post hereIs providing 30 additional needed reported, Codrlngton declared. battle" Codrington said. "Let's old Fort Henry when it had been besieged by Indians.At .
imber of the hours during the two weeks of "The contribution made by men pitch In and win the rubber and
working under reduced last the book He offered it to .
personal a was done. a publisher.It
Christ aa per-
women and children,
1'4' JesUS this school, will l be of great throughout metal battles on the home front."
Indeed was some- sonnel, we do feel somewhat en- came back with a printed rejection slip. He sent it out
This spiritual benefit to all children --------
I r be thankful for. couraged by the happy thought who attend. again and again. It was refused by every publishing housein
to advanced by one of our spotters.The How To Get Sugar Trucks Must borrowed
I high point, from a stand- No tuition is charged and all Haul New York. But he still believed in it, and

f Interest, was flndut fact remains that we have children from For CanningFlorida money to have it printed at his own expense. It failed.
which was the largest up to young people of 17 or 18 Seemingly.

I present. There was quite and forts we to are assemble advised a that complete should post are cordially invited to attend." A home-makers may ob- Both Ways Soon One day he happened to meet "Buffalo" Jones one of

f.Li sized families but soon be bombed we bigger school than last year is ex- tain limited amounts of sugar; for the great characters of the West, and among the last of the

rrowed down to just a never will not need by more enemy spotters planeswe pected," says the Supt., Rev. canning and preserving the State As soon as the kinks" get I plainsmen, and one who had done something no one else

Mis. Raif Manning of but if we are bombed there will Forbes K. Fuller. Agricultural( Extension S e .r v Ice straightened. out, Florida's vast had done-lassoed buITalo. The newspapers had poopoohed

ly by her earnest endeavor be no dlrth of volunteers. Let's has been [Informed by rationing farming interests will be glad to the idea. What! Lasso buffaloes/ Ridiculous. The old

Flier family of around eight TURN IN TIIOSK Tnt; administration officials. 'cooperate in sick in his hotel and had to cheer
hope this Information Is correct. the recent order of plainsman was no one
closed This column has been asked to
lihe award. Running a To obtain "
It is true that the post ia being sugar for this pur- the Office of Defense Transportation him up. Grey helped take care of him. ulTalo" Jones ,
of J. T.lit request those living in the Law-
was the family pose, and only for this purpose ahomemaker hurt of all the disbelief of the editors for his
manned and most
commendable thing I I planes reported to tey vicinity to bring their waste requiting trucks after June 1 was by ,
The should
I these families and a the best of the ability of a few, paper to the Lawtey Clinic. Just apply in pel'son to haul nearly full loads both go- pride had been touched.
to the
both faml- but It is a shame that this job save wrappingand or rationing administration Ing and coming, believes II. G. Grey had on idea. "Take me out West with you and let
number of other large your newspapers in her
has to be done by this few whenit county and Clayton chairman of the Florida write he said.
And while me exploits
L that they all attend these paper. bags. on apk for Form No. R-315. When up your ,
1:1 of such importance. It is USDA War Board, He attended "
|,j practically every night this subject please bring: yourexJ'a she. has. filled out and signed this i "Can you write? i
bowing that they come for impossible that it be properly \ collapsible tubes to the form and returned it to her administration a recent conference on the sub "Yes," said Grey and gave him a copy of his novel.

jlcsslngi they get from the done by three people when the drug store. There are millionsof office, she will be I ject in Atlanta. For three days he did not have the courage to return. Whenhe

IORS every night, not merely streets are full of loungers and these tubes lying around bathrooms Issued a certificate enabling her When It comet to truck haul. did "Buffalo" Jones seized his hand and shook it heartily.

y to win an award on one living rooms full of social plans. that are not needed by the to buy five pounds of sugar for ing fruits, and other commercial "The book is fine. I'm going to take you West." On the

ajar night for having thel[ SECOND PRIMARY family to obtain shaving creamor each member of her Immediate farm products! out of the state, trip Grey got the background and material for his first G

M' out in full strength. With four candidates tooth paste. There Is no restriction family for canning purposes. This Mr. Clayton says that haulers will romantic novel of the West. Novel after novel flowed from
only receiving -
be Kind to bring return loads if
nil versus Town Night" was votes in second on the sale of medical is all the sugar she can obtain his After that he became the greatest moneyearnerof
Tuesday's such loads be pen.
can and
of real interest. ointments In tubes and these are arranged
"feature1 this for canning
year or
primary congratulations. for the pl'eMeI'VIng If the Interstate Commerce Commission any living novelist,
Ilion! between those pres- the tubes you should donate to and It must be used for this
victor and sympathy for the van- the effort gives permiMplon., The The book he had thought was a failure suddenly becamethe
the salvage
|Kim Lawtey as against quished was In order around nine purpose. War Board representatives In At. means of opening a door which made him wealthy and
keen. Points for She the certificate
was use
area may
o'clock. While not noisy the GRACE MKTIIODIST (1IURCH lanta
pUlled it resolution requesting world-famous.
bringing Bibles quot- buy the from whole-
on who hadn't as yet come I' large vote was promised. There Bible School at 10:30: the ODT order goes into ef is wholly a failure. Some day. when you least expect it,

,8 meetings, were given to was a more serious manner Morning Worship at 11:30: Sub-" Deeds FiledL. :fect.An it may prove the factor that will be your greatest help.

I aide This caused a good among the voter and advisors Ject: "Fellowship With Christ. ODT representative at the
than was evident [in the first primary Evening service at 8:30.: Sub- I
of excitement as one side D. Vining and Charlie Lou Atlanta meeting said that the module*, and the offering of low. In addition, Inflation Increases -
that race always being one "Paul as a Christian.
ject: ODT would set stations which I
l arrayed against the other. up higher priced by people who have
of elimination. This time the Vlnlng his wife to L. R. Waters taxes and the' public
would help truckers to
turday night May 30, proto procure available money.
i be one of the "big" chips are down for keeps and the Mrs. Fred W. Rice and small and J. K. Douglas, May 16; Man- return loads<< and. which would. Issue debt structure" the agent concluded
all-out effort Is made by those Interested daughter left Monday to visit "A long an rising prices result I
i of the Campaign. It will ben tanzas Investment Co., o f St. permit to return with less in Increased
production they serve
to elect their man. Who- relatives in Elmira, N. Y. They
than 75 load
a percent where It
_ as 'Military Night. The Johns County to W. II. Noegel. a good purpose In the war effort,"
ever he is, a true Democrat will to remain several weeks.Mr. .
expect [Is not to obtain the
possible materials
lary Idea will be dominant I"
DeBusk "Hut
Jr., and his wife Elizabeth No- I Mr explain. when
him. and Mrs. Horace Cox were
accept to be hauled.It AUTO PARTS
'ghout the program with Mr. In Lawtey Sunday visiting relatives egel, May 19; Bradford County, I I production Is up to capacity rising -
speaking on a kindred wan stated that truck delivering tho
gs Daniel Harley has been transferred prices only CUIIHO upending
and friends. They will remain Deed No. 86, through the Trustees IIHKI TlnJl.t( : II A V H j
from the farm to town
to Keesler Field at Biloxi of more money for the same
,t.day the 31st: Sunday School Miss. Daniel having at one time here several days.J. of the Internal Improvement will be exempt, at least for the amount uf goon\ and tlilw in In- YOUR .XIZK: ). UKNKKATOItS.Airm'ULAMH !: .
C. Mott,. A. Li. operator at Fund of -Wie State of Florida CASII Foil(1.tRN
lruclidrlver shouldfit present 'but farmers will be re- flation.
been berry ;
a Highland has successfully under- to Mrs. Hattie Melvin '
grantor ANI TKI'CKM IN
in the Air[ Corps. Everytlme qulrpd to work out the most eco- "It JH true that farmers often I I
at St. of Brooker 23 87 I
gone a n appendectomy May ; Deed No. CONDITION. ,
nomical of doing their hauling -
truck leaves Lawtey it way feel more prosperous during. In-
a berry
Vincent's and Is apparently on the through the I. I. Fund State of
land They must pool with neighbors flation when things me" 'on a
takes off and does not
really Whilewe I Used Autos $25
road G. Raiford
to complete recovery. Fla., to C. Molt of up
until It reaches the maiket. and must "stop running: to 'boom.: But those who look beyond
happy [in the knowledgethat 23 Deed No. 88 the
May ; through
that town with a handful uf stuff, It today. realize the seriousconsequences
We are happy report he is Improving we are sorry' Trustees of the I. I. Fund, Fla., HASKINSAUTO
was emphimlzed. which follow -
Mrs. W. Hal Edwards is com- that an operation will cause Law- grantor to F. M. Packham May I Inevitably t
after minor The new order was Issued to Inflation. The farmer gets in PAnTS
pletely recovered a to lose this nice man 23 Deed No. 89 through the '
tey young ;
conserve rubber and trucks and the habit of hiM income
living beyond -
operation. Mr Edwards was at Mrs. are of North of Town on Road IS
and his charming They Trustees the Internal Improvement -
Jacksonville hospital for several to help avoid transportation stalemates he goes into debt on a long- d
a their meat of
returning to Fund the State of Flor-
it was declared. It was term hauls when price are high
days and is now at her home Zephyrhllls for the duration of ida to W. H. Edwards, Lawtey,
that farm
pointed out hauling and find himself trying to repay
here. his convalescence.Fatso May 23 Deed No. 90 through theI.
; will be
PHONOGRAPHRECORDS savings on a voluntary these debts later when prices are
Is home again. Bill Har- I. Fund to Gladys Harrington
at least for the but
basis present
at 10 A. M. Morning Worship of Fort Benning, Uncle Sam's 23 Heir's Deed- '
rell May ; Warranty that If compliance falls farmers NOTICE UK TEAIll'lCM': :
11. The pastor will peak on "The Army Is home for a ten day fur- A. F. Murrhee heir at law of Annie find themselves facing stricter KXAMIN'.tTIONHThe ffiOEREPAIRlMc
Large Assortment this Is "TrinitySunday" may
Trinity. since lough. Don't know who Is the [ G. Murrhee, late of Bradford control of gasoline and tire, annual examination for the
Columbia Victor In the Church happier his mother or Fatso. County (and who together; with teachers', special! certificate and

"k eh Bluebird Young People's Service at 7:30P. : Jules Eunice was trying to borrow W. G. Murrhee Elery Murrhee .1 an examination for War Emergency -

M., and the final night of the a shovel and an axe Tues- and Eugenia Murrhee, constituted Price Ceilings Examination Certificates

Evangelistic Campaign at' 8:30: : day. Said that when Emory all of the 'heir at law of said Seek To Prevent will bo offered In the following
Urge Selection of Baptisms of new converts Price was elected to Congress he Annie O. Murrhee), joined by T. field beginning on the first

,| uassicate Populars take place Sunday afternoon at would finish the road to Blanding Frank Landrum as special Guardian Errors Of The Past Thursday In July: art commercial

Hampton Lake. if Jules would stump It. What for Mrs. Edith Murrhee wife subjects, elementary school course rY

Mail Orders Given So well has been the responseto kind of stumping did Emory 'of said A. F. Murrhee, all of Brad- Florida farmers who "went English Industrial arts language;

Prompt Attention Mr. BUllng'a preaching, and soused mean TMIiIII ford County parties of the first through the wringer" followingthe other than English mathematics.

CIE.L.REAMS of God has been his ministry Carrie Howe of Jackson- part to I. L. Williamson and clone of the first World War, music, science and social studies

-- In Lawtey that The Gospel ville spent Sunday with her par- Rosetta Williamson his wife, May as well as( Others who know the Applications for permit to take

Tabernacle in Starke has called ents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howe. 23; Elery Murrhee and Eugenia tremendous danger of inflation, the examinations. should be filed WHILE YOU

him to start Revival services Accompanying Miss Howe was J. Murrhee Seuter (who prior to have welcomed the price ceilings with the State Department of

119 W. University Av*. there beginning June 1. See D. Ship. marriage was Eugenia hel'l recently Imposed even If they Education by June 1st The examinations WAITAll

GAINESVILLE, FLA. further announcement about this Mrs. Armin Wehrle spent as being heirs- at law of Annie don't agree: with all -provisions of will be held In the r

elsewhere In this paper. Thursday of last week [in Jack- Murrbee, late of Bradford County the order, nays E. DeBusk, district county seats of the following Work Guaranteed.:

sonville shopping. (and together with A. F. Murrhee agent with the State Agricultural counties: Alachun, Dado, Leon Only The Hlghmt Quality

The postmistress, Mrs. Wells, and W. G. Murrhee, constitutingall Extension; Service. Polk, and Walton. 5-22 2t I iI leather Used

has a new assistant in the per- of the heirs at law of said Annie -: The district agent attended a

From where I sit son of Mrs. Maude Mott. Mrs. O. Murrhee) joined by Bertha recent meeting of Extension officials II E e.M Acid cauMe i ..

.' Mott is the wife of the S. A. L. B. Murrhee, wife o f said I In Atlanta where the order FREE I 7OUpo/..,Indi..ti// BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE

agent at Highland. This young Elery Murrbee, and by Max 8u- I and Its possible effects were out Ulcers,

lady has a ready smile that will ter, husband of said Eugenia ,, lined. It was explained that the BloatinfGaiH. ,Belching, REPAIRKrutn

win the hearts of all having business Murrhee Suter, all of Orleans imposition o f price ceilings Is, Nausu, gt a free sample of UDGA Pram. I'..".ufflt'e

.by Joe Marsh with Uncle Sam's postof- Parrish of the State of Louisiana |I simply one point I n President and a lree InUmting booklet at I

parties of the first part to I. Roosevelt's neven-polnt programto I CAKPKNTEU'8. IWUQ STORE

flce.Mrs.. Sadie Elder and two children Williamson and Ronetta L.I control the cost of living. The .

R you returned Monday from An- son his wife. May 23; Heir's seven points are:
ever thought how the brewers bought
illion dollarl mach hear.Last year barley dalusia. Ala., where they spent -Maggie L. Murrbee a Tax heavily and hold down profits FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
of -
really M Sure U two billion pounds '
arf d nearly several days with her mother and James W Murrhee as and being ; fix ceilings on prices; stabilize Me llonderKFFICIENT
lot of nice! half a billion Many Years Kxporlrru: Makes It Possible for to
things fellow malt and nearly
WT with a Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lewis and [ the heirs and only heirs at wages paid workers, ; stabilize COUKTKOUH: MKKVICKMOfiKRATK
a million and products. i
h. had million rice and hops PKIOCH
In money dollars b a And plenty of Tampa where Mr. Lewis has been late of Hlllsboro County joined courage the purchase of war 1

That's a lot of farm products. employed for several weeks. Mr. herein by Ethel J. Murrhee, wife bonds; ration essential commodities DeWITT C. JONES

Back around 13: and'34, when the Lewis expects to work at Blan-'of the said James W Murrhee all that are scarce; and discourage to Starke, Florida

alt think of Hlllnboro County parties of the installment buying and en-
It would take tough old depression was hitting ding. Z r c e Lr nnnnne7c7nOaaS70SS7S7S 54POG7S7S7S4SW

three, ?eek .counting as fast all of aa pretty hard farmers were Chas. Howe of Jacksonville, ,. first part to I. L. Wllllanuon and courage the paying of debts.

you could 24 hours a day, Just certainly glad to sell those extra was here Sunday visiting relatives Rosetta Williamson his wife. May DeBusk nays that principal ,
|COunt up to a million. crops that beer bought from them. and friends. 23; Hollls V. Knight and wife. jection by farmers to the price T.

read In And come to think of It, when beer Will H. Edwards spent Sunday I Merry E. Knight to D. E. Knight ceilings order has. been failure to II. A. LOANSWe

that the the beer paper tile other came back it made lots of new Jobs with his family here. He [Is em- and wife, N. L. Knight May 18; place a ceiling on wages and that want the listing on your propertyWe

re than industry for plenty of other people too.City' ployed [in Jacksonville.Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Minnie Wynn farm labor I* not only scarce but for saleS

glee! a, million dollars day folks) and country folks both. Elsie Visuggl and Miss 1 Quigley, his wife, and L. A. Davis, higher priced than It has been In have some wonderful properties

Every Federal', State and Lucille Darley left Saturday for Jr., and Lee Perryman Davis, to a long lime.Speakem e us about your Real Estate Needs

hiss da y more than a Daytona Beach for several days' i S. G. Denmark and Emily Den- ) at the Atlanta session 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 6B

If I hadn't gone In for this writing -- visit with Mrs. V1 u/tgls'/ parents, mark-the Denmark residence on that wholesale price of

1 Ness the business I think I'd like to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lostlnger. !. the corner of Bay street and Ho- explained and non-farm pro-
government agricultural
ret that help these days II, what clad ,have tried my hand at the brewing Mini Elizabeth Plummer of gal alley. May 22. ducts were more nearly togetherIn

II I war' to win and pal for. business.I'd Jacksonville was in Lawtey Mr.Sunday and I win Mrs. W. t:. Torode, Mr. and March than they were last October '

like to be making. a fine tasting visiting her parents Miss Plum- Mrs. Edwin Torode of Starke and thus the farmer benefits )DICK SERVICE AND SATISFACTION

that helps the public Mrs. M. B. Plummer. Mrs Louella Struth and J. H. by having prices celled BIt of .
beverage for several -
Course.not III of that beer tag treasuries to much and that peoplecan mer has been in Riverside training Hospitalin Tatum. DeLand; Mr. and Mrs. J. I March. Price ceilings are expected IS OUR MOTTO

af'. goeg to the Federal conmt. rightly call the "beverage of years at O. Godwin. Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. I to curb Inflation by pre-

Quite a lot of It moderation Incidentally Jacksonville. Starke Mr. and Mrs. venting bidding, for scarce com-
Itt goo to the moderation. That Roberts of St. Mary Dave Sllcox. ; Cold Drinks
Bud Lonnie Sandwiches
Is used for such useful Is another of the fine visiting J. W. Andrews Starke; Miss Short Orders,

wee'diet I II public health, ,mer. things about beer.80e Ga.relatives, was In and town renewing Sunday old ac- Jacquelyn Andrews Starke; Mr. TO CW'CK .... CIA I And Delicious Home Made PiesLuncheonette

old B. Sllcox. Starke;
age and Mrs. J.
assistance Uncle Jeff'soldest
antics This \is
and public welfare. quaintances. Mrs. Lucille Sbuford. Miss Eliza- r.r IN I DAYS

arDle }1tJI boy. beth Plummer Jacksonville; and
in Jackson t tf
Gilbert was
Surely W. L.
ought to Uk. th. W. H. Edwards of Jacksonville. h
Indllltl7 business. rxASA
too frOlll what I vile Among Monday those on in town for the Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney of tak.666

Sllcox-Roberts merger were Mr. Jacksonville were here Tuesday:

410/ and Mrs. Marlon Oliver of Bald- visiting relative

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f. .n" 'Denmark Employes Mrs.I Thomson Honored 'honor PT-Boat Hero WCTU GLEAN

I, t. :: SOCIETY and CLUBS Have Chicken Supper i At Afternoon Bridge An IntE'rett"! ('tie

lIIrs.V.. H. meeting of the Pit'.
ting. wTemperance
Jacksonville I Complimen ?, ,
I s. S. Chapman, of ? Cb
'r- Hostesses of the Denmark Thompson, Jr. a recent bride, Tin ,, f
: (Jypsy Tea DanceAt Lawtey superintendent ", ,,
:Miss Patsy Roberts ""'
Honor Miss! Roberts Furniture Company, was In Starke Mrs. E. L. Matthews entertained day with Mr. '
Wed Vernon SilcoxIn USD No. 1 Wednewdity. That night all of the I at bridge Saturday afternoon. A _ Increased Intc..e ,' scott(

:i In Lovely Ceremony Is Colorful Event A lovely miscellaneous shower employes of the local furniture variety of summer flowers were I'w the entire stat acUt
was given on Thursday after I store went t 0 Schenck's, near used to decorate the living room "nlZat''
:: Miss Patsy Lee Robeits. daughter -, The Gypsy Tea Dance at the noon. May 21, at the home of Waldo, for a chicken dInner. where the guests were seated and noted In the, Don) ," ;

_ ;, -*$ w' of Mr and Mrs George W USO No. 1 Wednesday eveningwas Mm R H. Thede In Lawtey In where they discussed! matters of the hall and dining room were the official pape,

Roberto of Lawley, and Mr Vernon -' a gay and colorful event. honor of Mien\ Patsy Robert a Interest to the store also made more attractive with "Be not deceived,

.k Silcox, son of Mr. and Mrs.D. The social hall looked) overhead like a bride of thin week. Hostesses Those present, In addition to flowers. mocked; for wna, ( b
L. Silcox of Staike were mar- real gypsy camp the i were Mis. Thede Mrs. I. B. Cody, Mr. Chapman, were S. G. Denmark After several progressions of IIoweth, that "!hal. lever i
ried Tuesday! evening at seven lights of blue shining I and Mrs. W. Hal Edward local manager; T. C. Chas- bridge, it was found that Mrs ; Ca. 6:7: e alllO!
o'clock In a beautiful candle-light gray mON I The Thede home wag beauti- taln Clifford Hazen; A. H. 5 ,
j tellers' tent* were' ; Grady Baggett had made high J Do you know
The fortune
at Grace :Methodist decorated with a profusionof Denmark Carlton : that the
ceremony fully P. S. ;
; and she received as a prizea beer nt'
the drinkers
bamboo, and I score
surrounded by i i In
Church In Lawtey. The traditional Queen Ann's lace, oleandersand Lovett Miss Jewel 1941
Chastain Roy ; cOUli
'I ; :Hint Helen
"rock" well with the "old oak box of face powder. bought A HUNDRED
_ _, ring ceremony was per. Dorothy Perkins roses. Reddish and Miss Clara Harley. the bingo prize, DOLLARS !III''
; water- Dowling won
4 tI t: formed by the Rev. Herbert Haz- en bucket" was a popular Mrs. Will H. Edwards met the linen handkerchief. the Worth ot BOND
which was a $23.00
Further atmosphere
zard, pastor of the church. In Ing place. guests at the door, while Mrs. O. denomination
: old black pot Sue Epperson Mrs. Matthews presented to the of "SUDS" ? j
was added by an Mary
., the preHence of many relative W. Roberta. Mrs. D. L. Silcox Yes, more t hill
fire of logs piled honor guest, Mrs. Thomson, a BILLION
with a camp DOLLARS
friend Roberta. stood in the receiving Celebrates
and and
__ __ around It. piece of costume jewelry; and to Mrs. John D. Bolkeley, wife of Don't forget wortb,
The white and green line. What
the FT-bo t her *f the Philippines.Is the il
:% The opened at 8:30: o- Sue Epper- Miss Helen Dowling, bride-elect, says will end
of the church made a suit party Mrs. Thede invited guests into Miss :Mary pr.nd *f the Navy Belief society the War
f able background for this IrnpreoHlve clock with the gypsy girls gatherIng the dining room where refresh- son daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. a crystal gift pin she Is wearing, and calls the "If my people which
; J41 occasion Easter lilies, white in the center of the hall. The ments of punch and" cake were J.- Eper on. Jr., entertained a I The hostess' served a dessert attention .f Stanton Grlffls. chairman by my name shall j are ,

cladloll! and greenery belnf used boys upon entering were given a served by Miss Jean Edwards and few of her friends at a lawn party course late in the afternoon. of special events committee selves and pray haJDblt .
t In profusion. White candled In slip of paper with instruction. togo Ml 4s Eaipley Shuford. The color Thursday afternoon of last week. of the navy' relief drive. to the fact. face, and turn from and thej.1

i 1. -h tall candelabra shed a soft light /: around the hall whistling 'scheme of green and white was Games and contests added to Informal Tea They are shown la the New reviewing ways; then will ?
? In Time. York
stand square bear
S ; over the scene. tuneR Imitating animals or pantomiming carried out In the angel food cake the pleasure of the children, and For Bride-Elect when a parade la honor of BulkeUy heaven, and will forgive i ,
t: f A program of nuptial music was : until some girl with a Iced In green, the white wedding in one of the contests Florence was staged.FrenchBaker. and will heal their lan4.tb"

tt given by Mrs. Will Edwards at similar slip of paper claimed him bells and the green and white Brown won the prize. AssistingMrs. Mrs James A. Lewis' gave an Chron. 714.: (The Best,
W. Andrews for a partner. Prizes were given in serving refreshments Bit
S the piano and Mrs. J. mints. Epperson informal tea last Friday after- Receipts known)
of Starke as soloist Mr for the best performance. Miss Edwards and Miss Shu- and entertaining the fifteen noon In honor of Miss Patsy Lee (Furnished !
_ The couples then lined up for Mrs. W. J. and Paid for bv
Andrews sang "At Dawning" foid entertained wiffi piano selections children present were of whose mar-
Roberts Lawtey.
.1 and "Because" (D1 the grand march which was led and Mrs. Dale Van :MV. and Mrs. Hilyan Drayne Local W C T, v'
; (Cudman) and Mra Ethel 11. Blftgs Epperson to Vernon Silcox was an
4 r' T, Hardlot), Tho traditional wedding by Miss Jewell Presnell and Lt. gang several songs during the Sickle, the latter being a visitor event riage of this week. French of Edgar announce the engagement -
4 marches were used. Colonel Ashley and directed by afternoon. here from Los Angeles, Calif. of their daughter, Mar- Col. and Mrs W H
4 t The bride had as her maid of Miss Sara Reed. It was a real This pretty affair was at the tina Elizabeth, to Mr. TracyM. and Miss Catherine .'- jjt'.
honor her cousin. Mlm Jacqueline gypsy parade with the bright- I home of Artand Mrs.\ James A. Baker of Camp Blanding, son tended commencement extl

icfl S tI- Andrews of Starke, and Mr. Sil colored costumes and flashing Lewis on Church Street, which of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Baker of last week at Florida ]

cox had ns his best man Inman jewelry worn by the girls and was decorated with larkopur, Keystone Heights.Mr. College in Lakeland where Son r
Green of Staike. ; ushers were the gay sashes worn by the service Carolyn Callstreet roses and snapdragons, all in Baker, who has T>een In the Betty Jane Nollman

S David Shutord of Lawtey and men. After the grand march pastel shades. The guests were service for the past 18 monthf, Bachelor of Science recelvw

Joe Andrews( III, of Starke. the couples danced to the strains entertained with games and con- is chief projectionist at Theatre Nollman is an accomplishedrj degree. ]

.5 5 The beautiful young bride was of a gypsy band until the floorshow tests, and In a flower contest No. 5 at Camp Blandlng. and gave sevei'al voice neltt1

S attired in a long gown of exquisite was presented. Well, folios Just as things of flustratlon A very pretty Mrs. George W. Roberts was presented The marriage will take place during the commencement I Iercltes.

_ white lace and chiffon, made In this event Miss Betty" Noll- threatened to get very, very dull, wedding for a very beautiful brideS a flower bowl for answerIng about June 15. She etumed, to SJ;
with long pointed sleeves and man rang "Dark Eye and Miss\ along comes the postman with a Patsy's bouquet was most the largest number of questions with her parents, and Will"tl

sweetheart neckline and her veil Virginia Sewell sang "In A Little little epistle to brighten us up unusual Heart-shaped an' correctly. To the honor SissonLaMorteMrs. three weeks at he rhome hnJ

___ was of finger-tip length. She carried Gypsy Tea Room." A camp fire, Course I know you've all no- centered with a gorgeous orchid guest, Miss Roberts!, the hostess fore going to Tallahawe, tf
a bouquet designed of white chat was given by two boys from I ticed the prevalence of gals In which she later removed and presented a crystal cake stand. R. A, Weeks of Melrose she will take a post

_ 4 parafllmed wires thickly ruffled camp and the "Merrymacks" slacks along Call St. of late wore as her "golng-away" corsage The pastel shades were carried announces the engagement of her course to receive her gn S
with white mallne and centered from the orchestra gave several ] At first I thought they must all be They'll be back Sunday out in the dainty refreshments, daughter Miss' Mignon Slsson of Hughes vocational certlficiiJ!

If with a white orchid and cascades novelty numbers. I from Texas way out West where from wherever they wentDaytona which were of ice cream mouldedIn Raleigh, N. C., to Lt. Willard J.

-: i1 of white Klllarny rose bud and Supper was served around the men are men, and women like to (I think), but don't tell any- i the shape of hearts and Individual LaMorte of Ft. Bennlng, Ga., andBronxvllle.

ornlthoiralum.The Imitation camp fire and punchwas wear pants, too But nowthey're one I told you cakes topped with a pink N. Y.
i : 'f maId-of-honor, Miss Jacqueline drawn from the well. I' rose. Mrs. Lewis was assisted by AIR CORPS KA1L!
far too plenteous to blame
''1 I The fortune tellers arrived just Mrs. Guy Sale In serving fifteen Lt. LaMorte Is the son of Mr.
Andrews was lovely in un
'jJ, S"it'li it all on the Texans and methinks If anyone had a right to be and :Mrs. Wm. F. LaMorte of
I -S '4 evening dress of yellow silk mous- before supper!' and many hearts guests
tJ some of our own local flustered guess it was Inman B ronxvl lIe.
.& ( feline and lace and she carried were made glad and sad by these .
; lassies must have joined the Green, Vernon's best man The will take
wedding place on
::I i'tt\;41 orchid colored gladioli blo Mom prophetic gypsies, Mrs. Grace slackers At any rate, it might Seems he was!' sick Monday night Four Hostesses June 31 in St. Edward's Church.
M' \ : \ with a background of rainbow Wiilnwrlght In a prize winning : Interest you to know how some an' missed the rehearsal, then Entertain At Shower

m t I I mnline. costume served as one of the for- of the men folks react to this had to report to the draft board
1 t tune tellers. The last number of U. D. C.'iIl Meet
\ after the
ceremony trousered. troupe, so I'm repro- bright 'n' early Tuesday mornln' Mrs. J. W. Andrews Mrs. W. B.
\\t) cl.o'lt1 a reception wu held at the home the evening was a folk dance ducln' the above-mentioned communication Seemed to be holdin' up Ifundy, Mrs. H. C. Brown and TheV, T. Weeks
) \ of the bride's parents, which was "Good Night Ladles," directedby under Miss Andrews Chapter,
Here 'tis: the strain all right, however Jacqueline were United
- c ; ; attractively decorated with Kasterlilies Miss. Presnell. Guess the happy couple hostesses at a m I e c e 1 laneous Daughters of the Confederacy
; 1)) Credit for a most successful will meet Wednesday afternoon -
I'r'154 1 and white gladioli. Serving won't have to shower for Miss Lee Rob-
\ Dear Carolyn: I[ worry about food Patsy June 3
at four o'clock, at
evening several hun-
enjoyed by
: j punch were Mrs. Hal Edwards of I have often head the expression ration In' for quite a while if they erts on Thursday afternoon of
the home of
Mrs. O. L. Beasley.
dred and beautiful
of people n -
and Mrs. M. Tutum costume
_i I iJ! Lawtey -"mama wears the pants." make use of all the rice that last week. This happy gatheiingtook
'JJ to the Starke I
,, 1 Jacksonville. The dining table party goes but never did I expect to live to Marcia Sparkman, Margie (Math place at the home of Mr.
Ii1 ,' centered three-tiered glrln of Platoon No. 3 headed by i County CourtA boys mike a i
Judges poter
was by a
; pee the day when It would become ews) Dowling and a few mote and Mr a. J. W. Andrews at Kfngs- for Kate when she bntj
- 1 cake embossed with Lt Kay Nollman and Sgt. Virginia -
j" wedding pink
'' so literally true. Or perhaps I "irlinds" packed in Patsy's bag icy Lake. out their favorite Rumford Cbwoi
U term the
r roses, and according to the usual Sewell. true"land If County Judge'sCourt Cake or Cookies. No air-pockeul
( 1t i should! say "figuratively they had wanted to do Summer flowers used in
t custom the bride cut the first were will convene Monday, June Ramford texture no ilm f fapoil
!\: i t what figures! I'll bet a lot something real nice they should ,
In the
profusion living room flavor. Rumford File
-r-- 8, Judge E. K.
,. Perryman announced -
_ ''I. slice. The ho tens served I Ice
I J 1 I [lot you girls would get the e' _k have sprinkled sugai I instead. where the shower, of gifts waspresented this week. A list of juri Booklet of brlntlt ideal for eultr,*
I '., cream and individual cakes,. to the Silcox wore as Tier going-away Mr. tar baking! Addmc: .'.urolordBi
_ of lives if Gallup ever
\ ,: "\ S guests. outfit a dress of navy blue, triple- your to this popular bride- oi-s will be p u b Ished in nextweek's Powder, Box E, Rumtord, Si
polled the men of the nation on Spoiled an Jotted Jewell (U.
elect. Games contests and
J. ': After spending awhile with the sheer crepe. Her accessories were tempting Telegraph, it was stated.
the subject of what they really S. O.) Preanell exiting from the
refreshments! entertained the
_ 1 guests! the bride and bridegroomleft I of white and blue and she wore I
lfr't \ think of women in pants. The beauty shop with a becomln' new guests from Lawtey and Starke.
11: 1'f :\ J for a short wedding trip. Mrs. an orchid corsage. results would be astonishing If the hair-do, featurin' a bright red I "Get our offer of $25.00 to $50.00 per week utter grain< :
h "I\fi
timid souls got up courage bow in the back Hazel Brown '' :Mrs. Moore HostessAt Iron Bai-txTiriK Itepartment\ until position available and pay? )
I enough to really speak their home on leave of absence from vvhil Iciirning."

LADIES BOWL FREE minds. At any rate, after a par Tally Hope she decides to Bridge Luncheon BEAUTY: CULTURE TAUGHT TllonOl'GID..YFLORIDA's
I ticularly eye-paining stroll down take that Blanding job an' stay
Mrs. A. Moore
Call St.. the other I with P. entertained
Daily Except Saturday & Sunday day, was uo Harold Dyal new
a t. a bridge luncheon
moved to the following bit of addition to the staff at Caipen-

: : I FROM 12 TO 3:30 P. M. poetry, which I dare you to ter's Helen Van Dlen back PueeJay Kingsley, May Lake 19,, at honoring her home Mrs.on
print: from a 15-day vacation with relatives
AT In Indiana Too bad she Harold Gilfflth. CONCRETE MATERIALS!

ttNJ I'm Hick\ tit. gain In Blacks and. was sick most of the time The table was laid with a beau-

_ STARKE BOWLING ALLEYS and pants, Says she is Jus' now feelln' nor- Ltul Italian lace cloth and the DRIVEWAYS, SIDEWALKS,
Be-trouxered maws and maiden ; mal again after losing 12 lbs. of center prlece was of gardenias.
::1 wt. Places for the eight BLOCKS, SAND GRAVEL,
aunts Pat Lambe lookin health guests ,
_ I
Some too fat and some too fully tan after a week-end at were marked with individual gardenia 1 ALSO READY MIXED CON

lean I Daytona Beach Reports corsages. .
Visit Our Lunch Counter Some too TOO-(get what I there's no black-out of the sun .,: CRETE.

_.mean?) W. S. C. S. To Meet "
It Chicken Plate Lunch Our Specialty mere- slacks or- -brown, and -- --,--

slacks of beige, 1'0,11 an' Mjrtlc Carpenterhad Circles of the Woman's Society
1Mth Only 30c An' slacks that certainly show a letter Wednesday from of Christian Service of the Methodist -

your age. Mike Dew, on the U. S. S. York- church will meet Monday REPAIRS AND REMODELING

Clarence Williams Lunch Counter, lrop.if Cotton slacks and velvet Blacks town, "Somewhere in the Pacific" afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Circle ,
And slacks made out of flour Took five weeks for the let- Number One will meet with Mrs.L. -----,- -

I sacks! ter to arrive In Starke Mike A. Davis; Circle Two with Mrs. S
Yellow slacks and slacks of pink, said be was havln a 'fine time, F. H. Long; and Circle Three A. A. ANNIS

(Personally, I sink dey link!) gettln' plenty to eat, ,an' klllin' with Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. Members General Contractor -
} Slacks In red and pantelf, pale; lots of Japs Gets lonesomeat are requested to bring towelstor
Slacks bought at a fire sale. times, however an' would like : the Wolfe Settlement HouseIn

Slacks designed, by Schalper- lor lots of the boys an' girls to Tampa, also good, second-hand

eUl, write hint Get his address at clothing will be acceptable.Dempsey.Doyel .
Slacks that certainly look like Carpenter's Buck CrawfordIs
hell-}" another local lad who'd like LET US DO YOUR BUILDING AND
\ I Slacks of purple and chartreuse to get lots of letters-"cheerful

ones" Address him: Co. A, Mr. and Mrs C. C. Dempsey announce -
I Slacks OIL tan-aw, what's the I 325 Inf., APO 82, Camp CIa!- the engagement of their \ CONTRACTING

use S horne La.Things daughter, Mary Louise, to Sgt.
No matter what I do or say I Bryce Lee Doyle of the Army Air ROOFING AND REMODELING
'iio( R.3I OK WEEK IIKGINMMJ: :\1.\'" 21 'I You're
4 S Ronna wear 'em any I I never knew till now: Force Hendricks Field Sebring.
.1.1S way! The M In J. M. Alvarez stands !I Mint? Dempsey has been an em GENERAL MILLWORK
Sun.. Mon, Tues. Muy 31. June 1, 2 Pvt. Blanding. I for Moses! Card from PurI ploye of the Western Union office .

I i I don Murphy (Lt.) now at Camp, In Starke. DOORS WINDOWS AND FRAMES
"The Spoilers"With Well, I nui-t x.iy I agree with 'I Lee Va". says "Any illusion I I The marriage will take place on ,

t Marlene Dietrich John Wayne, & Randolph Scott the" general trenl"ot Pvt. Blandlng'M might have had about the Army I :i>unduJune 7, In the Flist Flap- CABINETS AND FIXTURES
_ thought. but when a gal I' being a blg- cale! officers' club list Church of Ft'o tproof.
-t4 _____ ALSO NEWS AND SHORTS gets the urge to don a pair of has vanished along with three I

Jsf ."lack*, nothln' can stop her inches of waistline" In other I
Wed.. Thui June 3. 4BIO DOUBLE FEATURE' ," Not even her favorite mirror! I words they give -m a fit to a rr.ot't' attractive gypsy! In a I,
A la A alack So guess you boys make 'em titVonder If the black
I gorgeous lace mantilla .
No. 1 "The Feminine
: Touch"I I might as well* makeup your mindsto Coca Cola Co.. knows Catherine Lucky girl-Helen Dowllng .

,. With Rooallr l Russell, Don A modi" e & Kay Francis 1 grin an bear It, Jus' as grandpa Kelly In making a snazzy handbag I Hear the prospective bridegroom'sfather Low EstimatesNo
4 I dlj: when grandma first appeared [lot those cute little corks! found made 'em a gift of $250!

Hit No. 2-"You're Telling Me"With I bloomert' But to get on ''In the top of caps ? Bet As If a handsome young;
with the news of the week: My they'd make
II her an Interestin of- Lieutenant' : weren't wedding gift Sloppy Work
_i Anne Gwynnc Robt. Paige & Erne Truex I Rotarian agent Informs me that 'er for her supply seeln' as how enough Says your (hope

ALSO NEWS I Mrs. Halle's baked chicken dinner they're hard to get nowadays chest)

Wednesday was enuff to That frolicsome foursome --- LII- -Carolyn.I .
I make the boys all take out a lifemf'mbel'llhlp lian Sternberg. Grace, Dot an'
Frl.. Sat.-June 5, 6 -- Hid DOUBLE FEATURE )
Seems if --
as the Elise O -- ---
; r e e n-report a luff ly I 1----
I good ladles are vying to see who week-end at the S'berg cottage
on ,
Hit No. 1-"Mr. Wise Guy" I **
I 1 can serve the mot't Bumptious Klngsley Lake YOU CAN GET ALL
Good for the Rotarians
Q? With The East Side Kids 'but bad for their waistlines Certainly adm-;;;Carolyn Keen's I I REAL RELIEF .

;i Hit No. 2-"The Bandit Trail" I new hair-do Bangs In front ACID
If I ever do hit the marriagemart an' the back up high Ver' umt Eddie Hartanan
; ; With Tim Holt jackpot, here's hop In' I'll bccomln an' original Hear INDIGESTIONCarpenter's
'?* be a calm and -re
as Patsy Dr. Herlong has slipped away for
$ 4 Sat. June MIDNIGHT SHOW, 11:30: P. M. an' Vernon seemed to be Tuesday a few day's vacation and a little AndGeorge

I night Well, maybe I did see much-de erved rest. The
; "The Corpse Vanishes" the crease in Yemen's trousers' Harry HoustoN and the Eilly

waver back .an" forth 'as If his Powells formed a 'very congenial Mann
i :i With Bela Lugosl knees were shakln' jus' the least foursome at the Houston cottage

ALSO SELECTED SHORTS little bit, and Brother Hazzard oa Crystal Lake las' week-end I .

H I IHr4 had to remind him to kiss'the Gypsy dance at the USO I STARKE, FLORIDA

bride at the end of the ceremony, Wednesday night was too, too Drug StoreS
I but that was the only evidence divine an' Faye Yarbrough made



a .

'. ) "' 1943. BRADFORD COUNTY' .. TKLKGRAril. STARKE. "-ORID.I. .'


Kind of
Planning That Won in Coral Sea ,

Ity Miss \'..Inla Norman j
.. .... .--. ...- ,.. \j1 1ltI
F ;, ? ,pent, Tuesday I Friends of Mrs. Ben lIoltzen- Mrs. J. O. Dekle and Miss Dor- .\\\ .\ > dorf will regret to learn
she othy Nell Dekle
of Lakeland are j MM! Velina Norman the only
it confined to the Alachua
County guests of the W. H. Nollman'. on giailuate from this section In the

llIar'' r"gpl'1'I II' 111 laao Hospital in Gainesville.Miss Madison Ave. Miss Dekle is a i 1042, Senior Class, has .received a

; ,'SIlIja; Kophomore at Tallahassee. I 111i I N r good citizenship toward given by
.1 I > Marcia Sparkman, home I I I.the "Daughter of the American
will) leave Sun- economics teacher In the Starke Mar Revolution."
Selle'' Kvelyn Stump was in WASHINGTONWashington Mien Norman IH at
'dl viri 1 \\un) relatives inn school left Wednesday for a visit I Tallahassee last week visiting I present wOI'klnglOdel' the Civil
a at her home in Dade City. Mrs. S. P. Service Junior
Vandlvlere, and this an Stenographerin
week she has. been In Columbus the Quartermaster Office at
Mr and Mrs. R. I D. C. (NWNSMajor ) -
Hotte'' fit Mobile Ala., H. Boree of GIL, as the guest of Major and ) changei In the gasoline ration I amp Blanding.
his were week-end
weekend here with guestsof Mrs. T. T. Long. jig plan now in force in the East :Mrs Ellen Barber and son

I parents llrw. Boree'a parents, Mr. and are expected to be made in July Jerry have returned to their t
Mrs. G. H. Bennett.
1111.(1 Hazel Moore. of Tallaha due to the general dissatisfaction home In Jacksonville after spond- n

Darby'a store will move ee Is home on & sIx week's with the present method. ,. .. Ing several I days here with Mr. r fl
Call Mrs. J. C. Manning and Congressmen are being !flooded
on West ; Mi"s! vacation I t and Mrs. F. M. Norman.
building which she I
w W H. Hart spent Wednesday and will spend with complaints in which these ob- '
June 15. with her mother Mrs. P. A. Miss Velma Norman spent the
ut Thursday in Wildwood ,Jectioni are most numerous (1)
Mr. I Moore at their I have pact week-end In Jacksonville and I
andspent and Mrs. L. W. Strickland.Mrs. summer place on Many people no right to
Mae Motley Kingsley Lake. them are setting X cards (entitling while then attended a bridal
I"xlvls Parsons I them to an unlimited supply of gasoline .. ;. shower given in honor of Minn

L Jacksonville Claude Moore and son, Paul V. Parks has received a ): (2) gas station attendantsare Hazel Manning, formerly of thin
Ralph, of Tampa are visitingMrs. Florida teaching certificate giving more gasoline than ration section, und whose marriage to
and Moore's parents!', Mr. and basedon carda call for to their friends I
Prances Opperman tour years of college lII".J:":' Joe Norman of Washington, I). C.
SundayInto Mrs. W. R. Haislop of Starke. and are refusing to sell to stranger I
will be
L of Interest
spent to her
schultz according to a n announcement ; (g many people are embarrassing r... .. w many
Sanford. a M. friends hera The ?
last will
In week by State SuperintendentColin honest gas station owners wedding
Mrs. N. N. Prevatt returned to English./ by trying to persuade them to give The deadly accuracy of the American flying Fortress I* drmoa- take place In June and the couple ;

Fender left this week her home in Starke several days two rations for each punch of a ration strsted here by Col *. w- Snyder, right commanding officer of UM plan to make their home In WashIngton -
Va. where be will ago after spending two weeks In card; (4) ration boards are air force preflight school (bombardiers and navigators), at Ellington where Mr. Norman I III
I, for awhile. St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville. Miss Jewel Reddish, of La /tey, playing favorites; (5)! congress itself Field Texas Colonel Snyder U using wale models of the Flying Fortress stationed In the Navy.
home Is a new employe In the office at set a ruinous example for the and lap chip to demon lrale hit point. Notice the bomber hovering -
Denmark's, taking the place of country aa a whole by insisting that over the ships and a bomb on the way to a direct bit. The farmers of this Section are 1
and Mrs. S. A. Weldon
children Mr and
J. Green M8| Clara Harley who left two all of its members were entitled to .. at this time harvesting crops. of
children in Winter --- --"--
Barefoot were spent Sunday -
Sara weeks ago to special favor. string beans squash, tomatoes,
accept a position
Jin Jacksonville Thursday. Park visiting Mrs. Weldon's par- at Camp niandlng. Officials here who have analyzedthe Irish potatoes, cucumbers! and <

ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Shatter. situation feel that the many. New River NewsBy I many others. They are awaiting 1.
for REAL schemes used to circumvent rationing
orders the of
I ripening other such
jour Mrs. Ben
"JrhIrs.: Frank Mrs. D. J. Morris and children, Sternberg, who has do not Indicate an unwillingness -
.IEaV: an corn, peanuts, and different
let >C. Madison. of Columbia, S. C., are the guests I'Sternberu been visiting for Mr.the and Mrs. N. co-operate on the, but part are of more the indicativeof people to Jeanie Lee l..azeonhy print where it entered. It wan varieties of beans
past three
(5-29-Itp) of Mrs. Morris brotherinlawand months while Capt. Sternberg was the public's quickness to sense Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Sheppard 1 believed. to have been here for Paul Faulkner l is.. enjoying.; aten I
Mr. and
sister Mrs. Carl
that the system is impractical and -
stationed at Camp Blanding, left some time i iI day furlough with his parents .
Mrs. Fred .
End Mrs P 10(. Barefoot Knight. J Wednesday for Ft. cannot possibly bring about a fair Frances visited Mr and Mrs.. Benjamin

Inday afternoon with rel-! to be near her husband.Denning, Ga., distribution of sacrifice. relatives In Ft. White. M. G. I M. W.' Mann has returned home I II Faulkner and family of this section ;
They out too that the action
i Lake City and Sander- :Mrs. B. A. Pope, Jr., of Foun- of congressmen point WPA workers Dennlt', Mrs. Sheppard's father I from Riverside Hospital where he He IH stationed! at lin army I?

tain N. C., Is expected to arrive Mrs. Ruby Clark, formerly of state! and city officials and politicians turned with them and la spending suffered IS days with pneumonia. camp In Kentucky.

here today for a visit with her Luke Wales, Is the new cashier In In general to exempt them. sometime! vltiltlng hel'e.The Air. 11111'11IK\ In
md I Mrs Jim :]Miller of parents. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. the Guidon Grfll. She came to selves from rationing set an exam Rev. Stanford, of Moult*, rapidly gaining New Nftrn Sign t,
Jle spent Sunday after- Adkins. ple which led to people feeling that Ga strength and stated that he Is
Starke to be with her son-in-law ? was visiting with the Rev.

j with Mr and Mrs. Sim- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank their the own type influence of card they was were measuredby ableto and Mrs. C. C. Butler .recently: feeling. better now than he hall In Call Street continue to look t J

fipn Mrs. Dale Vanslckle and little M. O'Byrne. Pvt. O'Byrne Is get Many people were madeto eight years.. moro like the Great White Way ,i

son, Dale, Jr., of Los Angeles, stationed: at Camp Blanding. feel that It was a mark of social NEW: HKIIM3KThoHe Mru.\ K.: C. Priest killed a big every week Ncwriit' neon addition ( a,:

d Mrs Edgar Klueppel- California are here visiting Mrs. Inferiority-sort of like living on the who have felt that they rattlesnake In her chicken yard Is- (the handsome! new sign In ;:

e taken an apartment at Vansickle's mother, Mrs. W. J. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Satterfieldand wrong side of the railroad track-to were taking their liven into their front of Rogers army and Jewelry .I N
recently It had nine rattles <( be limited to A card entitling hands
an own when
; of Mrs.! F H. Long on Epperson. little they crossed the store. ",
daughter, Mary, returned them to the minimum supply of little bridge; over the a "button.) Snakes are crawling
1st. -
last week to Miami after gasoline I
Beautiful Cleaning neautlful Branch, can take an easy breath boldly now; they are leaving the IU'LKI: INDEX< C'KU"d:
spending the past year In Starke, The Office of Price Administration
Williams has returned Tailoring a t Starke handing where Mr. Satterfield was con- is studying the flaws in the und go over with no fear now. dry pond and traveling towardthe *I per UltADPOItl) COUNTY ji;
several Tailors, Opposite Park Theatres Ernie Soulherland and W. B. II river TELEGRAI'U:
I'' spending days nected with the Blanding Center present rationing system and Is expected
tckionvtlle hospital with Interests. soon to announce a revised Laienby have rebuilt this bridge lt.
\\ei arm. Grady Hatfield, after six plan which will overcome the many from the foundation up. --- ---- ---. 1.
weaknesses in gasoline rationing .
months In the has receiveda present Frank L. Tamiln cm thinks the
Navy, Miss\ Isabel Fernandez, who is a It Is expected that the
and Mrs, Nat Sternberg medical discharge, and Is at hip, member of the faculty of the new plan will be moro stringent measles/ are touKh.: They made FI Many Many ThanksFor

keral days last week with home In Mayo awaiting his call Florida State College for Womenat and will put less responsibility for him pretty sick.T. .

h, Dr. Sam Sternberg, )in to the army. Tallahassee, arrived. here the its success on the shoulder of gas S. Sheppard has his crop in jJ'

i Beach. first of the week and will spend I station owner good, shape now and IH expectedto
I Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. L. the Summer vacation with her It Is believed that the many return to Cump Blanding soon. r

i Stroman went to Talla- : A. Shepherd returned to Starke mother Mrs. R. S. Fernandez.Mr. abuses brought of about gasoline a definite rationing set-back have MlMit Ida Merritt halt returned The Totes And Loyal

J Tuesday to visit his Saturday with Congressman I to morale in the East, the greatest home for a few days from duty A Support JKcn Me liy My

land sister-in-law, Mr andV Green after a pleasant visit In and Mrs Fred, Guy, Mrs. damage being caused by the U. S. In Ralford. She la suffering witha

I Stroman. Washington, D. C. J. T. Guy, John Guy and Miss!: senate! voting, with only two dissenting mild cane of flu. Friend.t: In Bradford County f

I Miriam Guy returned the first of I II votes, against a resolution The bean picking IH In Its
to ration the gasoline of congressmen -
I the week from Tallahassee" where themselves. height around here. R. J. Turner, And 2nd Precinct I''

BLANDING CENTER INC. j I they attended the graduation of The new tax program aimed at J 1'., Mrs. R. J. Turner. Sr. and. .. z Your Appreciative Friend i
Miss Miriam Guy from the Flor new taxes totaling almost nine billion Kenneth: Turner all picked beans see J

I ida State College for Womerl. dollars Is beginning to take' this week. They are suffering for ,

BAR GRILL 'AND PATIO shape though it is still doubtful itcOl'ltresB rain but have produced a rather .' :; t't'f
will agree to act on it good yield. f
City Clerk Carl Johns visitedSt. I
uptil after the November elections. ;
Dancing and Entertainment Luke's Hospital !In Jacksonville j ucn ttirs: kieu loiin ul Luxuiiui. Mrs. Carl Nettles and van, Kl-
thin week for examination and brings protests from the groups bert were shopping In Staik. JIM CAKYIN !
Until One
Nightly will return there sometime next I which it would hit hardest and the Tuesday..

I Recreation Amusement Fun week for a major operation. He committee in charge faces an extremely I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest visited J, .-;-
difficult task in determining
expects that a long period of ,
relatives" In Starke
what forms of taxation would be Sunday JI
JEROME C. HUGHES, Operator convalescence will b e necessary fairest to the majority of people. Mr.\ und Mm. Rudolph Andrews
after the '
operation.Mrs. Labor groups are protesting were In Gainesville! \ Sunday

against decreasing exemption on ORDER TO GIVE OUR EMPLOYES '
T. C. Smith pas returnedto personal income tax to include :MVSTKKIOI'S CARI11K1'O'EILED
more people of low income and the : IIKKK: <
her home in Madison after a I
committee fears that it would cause
: visit here with her daughter, Mrs. Monday afternoon Mm. Rhoda
new labor disturbance if this was I
kinda quiet now J. W. Brownlee. She was accom- done or If a sales tax, hitting the Dowlinic und her little grandson, A HALF DAY HOLIDAY OUR STORES

*,, Everything's and panied home by Mrs. Brownleeand lower Income groups, was put I Joe Dowling Lazenby, were out
with gun and sugar rationing picking hue k 1 berrlew.
daughters, Jule and Nency, through. a They ,
the election all over. Guess wen Those with higher Incomes expect wandered off Into the
who spent the week-end In Madi I higher
won't have anything to worry son. to pay more taxes but feel I bushes and dimmer roads when WILL CLOSE AT 12:00 O'CLOCK,

5-'s // about for a while but the new strongly _that the .lower income! :: suddenly Joe Dowling looked up
cuf f-loNS troiiHon. Never could see. I groups, which have increased their and shouted in an excited vOlce-
Beautiful Cleaning Beautiful considerably as a result of
much sense to those cuffs any- wages "Look! Why Is that car out therein
should be subject to EACH
don't add nothing and Tailoring a t Starke Blanding war work ,
'way. They higher taxes.Furthermore. those bushiest! Let's. get out
they certainly don't help hide Tailor, Opposite Park Theatre. it I ia pointed out by of here." Mrs. Howling suggested

anything-guess the only thing I those who are fighting inflation that that he eape up unnoticed. and
they ever did was catch a little Mrs. F. H. Long was In Gaines the greatest problem\ la the billionsof get the license number, but Joe BALANCE OF THE SUMMER

dust. Buy Dad a new pair of ville Sunday and Monday attend- extra Income being paid to war flatly refuHed. still Insisting on

streamlined pants and see how he ing the commencement exercisesof workers which is far in excess of a quick retreat. "Grandma" was f;
likes 'em. the University of Florida, the value of goods which will be .
where her son William N. (Billy) available for purchase by the con- following closely and there wasno I
( trouble In coaxing her out. If
Long, was graduated With the sumer. Therefore, they point out f
this extra, unspendable income They went up to Mr Roan Tur ;,
degree of B. S. In Business Ad
Smte' must be drained off by taxes or by ner's and asked if any of them I t',
ministration. I enforced savings, otherwise inflation I were down In there. Finding out 1
I Is bound to set in in spite of that Mr. Turner hud not returned 'II
I IIlojol Clifford Hazen, a former em '
GYOATHEJ price fixing. from his rural It decided ,
/ delivery was [ I
1 ploye of Denmark's who Is now |I A plan to deduct 10 per cent of .
that the doubt
car no was"cotta" {
In the Is all wales at source for InvestmentIn j
corporal Army, workI
I I 'f
be out of place since there
saving bonds seems to
AHEAD at the store while on a fur- war
Ing transferred''' In the cards, although at the request was no hunting or fishing In1 Eastern Auto Supply
He Is being
lough. of Secretary of Treasury Mor- ( that particular place. This find-1 I
from the army to the air corps I genthau. It probably will not be considered InK aroused /suspicions of varloun.
and has a short vacation while The
until July treasury '
i kind and Ethan Snpp and his
awaiting his assignment. :| department stall hopes that voluntary I
won, Dempsey, were the first

OU'RE BOUNDUNDERWEAR 1mo Mrs. Jack Williams spent Sun- I;I'j up to purchase the point of bonds where can mandatory be built ,j j vfnture In. The cur wan, a 1911 j Sistrunk Feed And Seed Store

f '!' saving will not be necessary, but :Maroon Chevrolet Coupe with nil I Ift
'r her mother, Mrs H.
1i 1 1Q day with
UKk "r
NO.BIND ; most authorities familiar with the Urea and license plate gone. 'i|
She will to Miami :
Jacobs go : figures on bond sale are not very The hub caps wer. holding rusty |
sometime next week on a short', that this will work out. ,
hopeful water and there. tire
1111 t were" no IJtIl'I |
lel/ but'ness'! trip; will visit her ma- :. The price-fixing program: now In '

tel', Mrs. Clarence Nusabuum in force throughout: the nation seemsto ...-) fO't.ICIl-: ------I-rIt'-..:---Tl1'l---..--.'--'t4ktali: .-:'."..... ...r.....nil! ..'.M.li-....,.nnItUr.-.... -!-.- -u. .;l-U'.--IJ::.;:Lff,1C'IllIC1tIClIItL'II.JCJtIC: !) : '.'.-:--K.iUI'irKj---... -.....:KlinriUMilmfl 1 .
:::1 Jacksonville for a few days; and be working out fairly saliifactorily. : ----.1. <

1:1:: then on to Columbia; S. C.. to although It i n taken for grant- t \
.. go
ft .. i' ed that mllny adjustments will have THISEEK'S SPECIAL FOR SERVICE MEN
:;;: stationed to be' made where it has resultedIn I [

:acke Y Underwear will 11 i I I unreasonable types of businesses.hardship From for certain the j

rot bunch bulk or bind. 'n....: Mrs. Charles Burton daughterof consumer's standpoint It has 75 '
k. r her brought about a slight reduction In Chino Overseas Caps c
patented > 'r J. B. Howe, after vUlting ,
Y-frcnt con = 1 in the cost of living and has ;
lection n'gap tm x sister. Mru. Leslie l Biggs in a stabilization of prices which Is II f fi3
;provide no. t) yk k Brunswick, Ga., and her brother welcomed by millions of low-Income I

Opening and ij I 1 W 7s4culine Vernon L. Rowe, In Jacksonville, families which operate on a strict .
mas- .'. came to Starke lust night for a budget.
: i
SUpport. Knit ::: brief visit with her father. This! It Is also expected that the Its bill.-I f
zation of the coat of living will stop Identification Chains 25c :
tobric morning she Is expected to go to -
'IS buttonlesj! and mi g Sanford to visit her sillier, Mrs. labor from making new demands i|'

easy' to launder Try j s:1j 1jJoe' A. B. Baker, and then return to' for result wage Is still increases by no mean.although certain.this j I I i3 ,

'( $;: 4 her home at Sebring Saturday. I The day before price fixing began
e/ and!
tee how it :; t II I operating, an Increase in wages was We offer PRICE and SERVICEfor
JMF! you keep smiling.;| I 1:: 1 Mrs. T J. Griffin went to Jacksonville approved for the whole ship build s
k h several ing industry. Other labor groups the Service Men i
and spent |
[ Jockey Shirts, tool ;I?! .+ with her daughter Mrs. C. : which feel they are not as well
days ;' paid, may continue: to ad-
M C. Mendoza. Dr. Mendoza was' justments. demand I

60 r'' Illuitratidi JOCKEY SHORT suddenly called to Generette. La.i It j --- .f

1 Midwoyt O/.r-Kn* i, long t because of the death of his! 1 !

0., P .:..*.. otto available.STERNBERG'S. mother, Mrs. L. A. :Mendoza on Sir. and Mr*. J L. William, all PIS8 STORES ic.d .
ei0/N '.7 Naa.radw.d I. last Sunday. She had visited in j of ArcaJla. Mr Williams L91{ / !

Y ;1 .................. here toj of Dr Koch's Arcadia I
OOPES"t. ......... and friends regret | manager
:::;:::;:::::;::::::::.::r.:::;:::;:;:;:::::;:::;:::::::::;:::;::::::;:::;:;;::: Starke the 'I .
u hear of her death. drug utore. Sunday afternoon Two Stores To Serve You g t

1 Kochn and their guest went to

boo.5.s., .,y ?J Dr. and Mrs. Louis W. Koch Camp Elandln to tel another 145 W. Call St. and Blanding Center
the j. Arca.llan.'i1liam Ambler who
...:: .. had as their guests during
estfnalno I weekend Dr. and Mrs. E. 3. Yel- has Jim become a member of

;1 vlngton and daughter. Helen; and Uncle Sam's armed forces. JatXXX32D'v"





a Food for Use I Brooker Brevities west Mrs.last Frank Wp."k_' ,
Army "
I : i SECTION Testing .. W. Markey .

1--- Gainesville M.Gainesville \, ?111

1I Ity Mr*. Eldon Hardy CHICKEN SUPPER Mrs 1 I. B
I A chicken supper will be held .1. P. Harrison
t Robes
HINTS FOR W/t MISS IIV7EV IIONORKD: Saturday night, May 30, sponsored \ Ib\I!
1.J ,
COMMON SENSE. .t ? Mrs. L. O. Hazen entertained by the Ladles Club and 111\

i'I l I at her home Tuesday tfterno6n, Baseball Team. Hamburgers and Sgt and1.. Mac F.
hGfi' SWEETENING: FOR CANNING FOLKS WORK TOGETHER May 14, with a party in honorof hot dogs will also b e on sale. In children will ,p, '(u he

!, tl The refined sugar shortage Is When\. folks have to work together her daughter, Minnie Lou who Everyone la cordially invited to Tampa.
,) to something done celebrated her eleventh anniver- attend.
y. t.hlnJlmanybeneficial : get '
411 showing UK many BUS
d ,l I lj things In fact. they usually accomplish what they I' sary on this occasion.Arrangements MRS. JI AZEN: ENTERTAINS Leave .sf11Fh'W..:ve I
multicolored tarke
and usually enjoy the of
for they
? It in showing us how extrava try Mrs. R. E. Hazen entertainedThursday Leave HturkHtarkc,. I
and association with : f and black eye suaans were Leave .
we have been In the us of cooperation / 4 } phlox afternoon of last week I.
gant lN6 In the living and dining Leave Stark I
their neighbors.Well
c r sugar, and it's going to reduce placed when members of the bridge club Leave Htak I I
our consumption of thin product rural folks have accomplished room. met at her home. Leave Lfoava SlarkcStaike. I,

yj ,E to some extent, at least. When we many things by cooperation Games and contests were enjoyed The living room, where the Leave Htarka 01
consider the fact that we have In the past but they are co- by the little folks, each one Leave Stark: III
I guests assembled, was decoratedwith .. -- 111
y' l p been using too much sugar for operating and working together having a grand time. seasonal flowers. Leave Starke eaiAa.N
our good health, we can't helpf,4 more today than ever before to do Later in the afternoon Mrs. Leave Marks 1\\
but admit that the shortage will the tremendous job that faces Hazen served the guests birthday After several progressions Mrs. Leave Leave Stark.PtarkeKtarke 10 I;

h. 11 be helpful in reducing our con- them. Shortages 0 f materials, cake and Ice cream. Suckers John Pierce held high score and I av. I

1 sumption. equipment, and labor have ,made and ballons were given aa fav- was given a prize. cave Starke ._. II II
e Of course, we're getting some this close cooperation more necessary Later in the evening Mrs Ha- Leave Stark,w'eetb..N
and than ever before for themto ors.Minnie Lou received zen served delicious Jello with (Tallahassee g I
refined sugar for table use many Leave >Ot1tJ
for preserving, but we will do produce the large crop need- beautiful gifts from her little whipped cream and cake to her I..ave Mlarke MIB'rke II..
; ed to help win the war. There's guests. Leave MI.rke I'
well to consider the other sweets' The "fcoraan guinea fig dob" to the mofflclat name W the V. B. friends. Leave Starke tl,
( that are available and are more more neighborliness now as a result army subsistence laboratory at the Chicago quartermaster depot. Here Those enjoying the event were: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis were F.astbn j III

,1(1 healthful- such sweets as Florida!: and Florida's farm peopleare samples ., foods manufactured by various firms are submitted for Jack Hazen, Gene Ritch Charles visiting their son, Pfc. Malcolm I Leave Leave Fltarke Stark I,!
I rich in enjoying It. for vitamin content and other nutritional values. Enlisted I Ii
r+ honey, fruits that are analysis, tested Hazen Milton Mott Stanley Lewis who is stationed at I Leave Ktarka !
f1 sugar, sorghum, and cane syrup. I This increasing neighborliness men all partake at food prepared under various formulas and decide Crosby, Howard, Donald and Key Leave Htarbi. 1 II
whether the rations are palatable digestible aDd nutritious fit toreshows
k These sweets contain moot of the Is resulting In greater effort and rations Julian Hazen, Richard Crosby
being p.cked.Florida
ter elements! which Nature gave them, accomplishments b y individuals Bobby Hinton, Buddy Cassells,

+ht, while refining has removed many and groups and also closer social Billy Rhimea, Roswell Kelly, and SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE !
N ( of the valuable minerals and vita. relationships that will be of great State Farm News Jimmy Hazen, Mary Frances !
1 i mina that were at one time present value to rural people long after I Hazen, Marsha Kay Hazen, MarJorie -

A in the plant juice for sugar this war is over. [ Fay Crosby, Betty Sue and AND ECONOMICAL !

manufacture. The State Agricultural( Exten- TOGETHER: Jackie Cason, Odeen:! and Annie -
} l Rationing of sugar should not sion Service has received many Ily About 6O Farm residents enJoyed Crosby, Frances and Helen

I t. 1 work a hardship on home-makers reports reflecting this trend in CLUB the dance at the club house Barry, Ilene Atkinson, Marilyn RIDE THE BUSSES

r( who can and preserve fruits and Florida's rural areas, and It is Mrs. P. D. Fancher was hostessto Friday night Mrs. M. R. Holmes Crosby, Jaunlta Feagles, Agnes

vegetables for later use, as some urging farmers and their families the Thursday Bridge Club last Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and Mrs. Crosby, Mary Jo and Jackie Courteous, Correct Information

tMw" have gone a little too strong on to make it even more effective as week. Lovely flower were attractively Gurney Crews, hostesses, servedIce Green, Betty Ann Long, Evange-
sweet preserves, jam, and jellies the weeks and months puns. Far arranged In the living cream during the evening. line Camels, Carolyn Kelley and Given You At .

la the past and, besides, honey mers with serviceable machines room dining room and sun parlor Since there Is no gas to take one others.
and other natural sweets can be have used them to help other farmers Mrs M. E. Griner won high, outside, these weekly get-to- UNION BUS STATION
advantage In replacing who needed them, farmers The many friends of Ivan
used to good while Mrs. O. L.. Partney won gethers are gaining favor and are
or all of the refined have been helping each other with Hazen will be interested to knowhe
.r1 part Defense stamps were givenas
bingo. attend
enjoyed by all who can
; sugar used before.In jobs that required extra labor, and prizes. A delicious salad I has enlisted In the U. S. CoastGuard

1 making jams, jellies and they have been talking problem I course was served at the conclusion Supt. L. F. Chapman /has returned with the rating of Second
preserves from fruits of high over with each other and workingout of the game. : after a short trip to Clasy Petty Officer. He will be
flavor, Florida home-makers can solutions to them. And the Tennessee.Mr. stationed at Tampa. SINCLAIR PRODUCTS !
ip P fit replace most if not all of the refined rural women-they are working Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and daughters -I and Mrs. J. L. Robinson Mrs Fred Waldron and childrenof

: of sugar by mild honey. In together In their home demonstration went to Mlcanopy Sunday to spent Sunday in Jacksonville Wildwood have recently been Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels
iY F ''Me canning fruits of rather delicate clubs, helping each other visit Lawrence March and family.I Jacquelln Woodward will return visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs

7 flavors, a sugar-honey syrup Is can fruits and vegetables, trading Mary Jo Caldwell remained there today from school in St. Augustine C. S. Kelley, and family. WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING I

+ ', very good All-honey syrups for products of which they have more !for an extended visit to spen'd 1 the summer with Mlas Francis Tilghman of Raleigh GIVE US A RING WE DELIVERH.
: 11 fruits are usually made In the than they need to other women I Mlso Francine Fisher has returned her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. N. C., Is visiting her brother
41 proportion of half a cup of honey for fruits and vegetables of which : from Tallahassee to spend Woodward. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs

t sF j to three cups of water, while they do not have enough. I the summer vacation with her John Williams, of Tallahasseewas Morgan Tilghman and daughter, E. TUCKER
,}' sugar-honey syrups are made in Florida's rural folks are also : patents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisher. the guest of his parents Mr. Barbara Ann. Agent

-? u the proportion of half a cup of working together I In collecting I Caroline Bradley spent last and Mrs. J. L. Williams, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and For Sinclair Refining Co.
i 't ,1J sugar and half a cup of honey to scrap materials, selling and buyIng week with her sister Mrs. Vance Claude Johns Jr., spent the hllilren and Mm. Rhetta Brownof

three cups of water. The sugar- war savings bonds and Geiger, in Jacksonville. Bradly past week In Jacksonville with High Springs and Mr. and Phone 158 Starke, Fla.
honey syrup Is especially recom- stamps, working for the Red Geiger accompanied her home for Mr. and Mrs. AI Rogers. Mrs O. J. Mott of Raiford were

,I mended for use with I mild- Cross! and In many other ways. the weekend.Mr. Mrs. M. E. Griner and Mr. and visiting Mrs. Jim Mott and famIly -
f 1 ts such as figs, and Mrs. J. L. Robinson .. .....,
flavored r u They are working together in Mrs. J. A. Bouvler spent Monday Sunday.Mr. -- ----------
t grapes, loquats, mangos, peaches, neighborly, cooperative spirit to went to Saville Tuesday to vote. shopping in Jacksonville. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of

pears, and cultivated plums, while do the tasks before them, and as Mr. and Mrs. ]\(. E. Griner Mr. and Mrs. R. V. S. MattUng Orlando spent the week-end with Prompt Service CarefulStarke Driv
I the all-honey o r mostly-honey this tendency grows the greaterand spent the week-end with Mrs.\ F. of Melrose were supper guestsof his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.lazen. oJ

;I t syrup may be used with fruits of,' more satisfactory the results W. Edmonds In Melrose. Mr. and ;Mrs. M, E. Griner Friday .
a more tart flavor, such as ther1 will be. To accomplish things, a Mrs. J. A. Bouvler/ left Thursday Mr. and Mrs C. C. Dees and

sour guavas. and wild plum I community, state, or nation must to attend the graduation of B. C. Scott is still quite ill of hildren. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Taxi ServuPhone

It's a good idea to add lemon I work together, and, particularly, her granddaughter, Edna Eliza- acute bronchitis Barry and Misses Francis, Helen,
; juice to the all-honey syrups to to win this. war, everybody must beth McRae (Betty) of McIntosh and Jackie Barry were visitingMr.
to Belle
Robert Kite has
ti counteract the sweetness and give cooperate and work together with at Keddlck High School and will gone and Mis. J. R. Crews In 'Jack-
Glade on business" and pleasure
an Interesting blend of flavors. the other fellow. go from there to Miami, to be combined.Mr. onville. Sunday. ... 150
I To prepare an all-honey syrup, present at the graduation of her Mrs." Jim Mott and daughter,

i bring water to boll, add honey, New Floor In Koch's grandson, Marshall A. Bouvier, and Mis. M. R. Holmes Jinn Bonnie Mott and Mrs. Her-
vP, let boll again, skim, strain, and Jr., at Edison High.J. spent the week-end in Jackson i'hel Layfleld were visiting Mrs. DayBONDS Ni

1 I J it is ready for use. Juice from Sterchi Brothers, Jacksonville, C. Wallace has been calledto ville. Mrs. Holmes' sIster Mrs.J. Jack Simmons of Mounty Oak

berries, grapes, or other fruits In early this week laid a brand new the colors and will leave Sat- W. ROBS and nephew, Jimmie Monday. .. ..., --
f ----- -------
J instead of water in Cole, returned with them t o
preferred ashphalt tile floor at Koch's drug urday, destination not yet de -
making canning syiupn. I store. In addition Dr. Koch Is termined. Mrs. Wallace will return spend sometime.
I In canning, prepare fruit or berries changing the ventilation so that to Jacksonville where she Friends of Mrs. L. 0, Sheffield

pack Into hot containers, add I the store will be closely akin to will be employed for the dura will be glad to hear that she arrived -
hot syrup In the same way as a an air-conditioned place. tion. We shall miss this popular safely In San Francisco last
k sugar syrup, seal, and process the'' young couple and hope they week, after spending 17 monthsat BUY YOU'RE IN

product according to the standard will return to us e'er long. Ft. Ruger In Hawaii She has
; t time table.TRAIN'. Kingsley Lake Church Mrs. L. A. Shepherd reports a gone to Elrod, Ky., to remain k. Bea Stockholder THE ARMY

very enjoyable trip to Washing. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. BERTYI
u fMfI"l'Sont.hbouncl: The Kingsley Lake Missionary
V ton where she visited a sister and C. Paynter for the "duration." //) l I I
,p Baptist Church will hold Its regular ton !
was also the guest of Mrs. Lex Mrs. Arthur Hundley has returned silo 1. 4 NOW
] wln
; No. 1 due Starke 11:13: P. M. prayer meeting every Wednesday (4' dollars > 3 5Sg 'v
Green. to her home at Draper, N. TeB ? ; ?
l No. 107 due Starke 9:13 A. M. night at 8 o'clock. Sun-
lw Buddy Davis has gone to Pen- C.. after spending three weeks M tM week sa '
No. 191 due Starke 10:38: P. M. day School every Sunday morningat LLea '
I nacola to spend the summer with with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley. to g r
a t (Miami) 11 o'clock. Church second and Yeur fiw++aaa'ra
his uncle, William Beaver.! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dyke of ;, M.II $ JeeksonvWer 9t) I A.. .
Northbound fourth Sundays at 12 o'clock, and Belt 1177 "
yI Friends of Mrs. L. R. Bristolare Tampa and'Mrs.
t No. 2 due fitarke 5:M A. M. first Sunday night at 8 o'clock. are visiting-Mr.:
t her here for the M. E. Griner for several days.
/. No. 108 due Starke 8:35: P. Jo(. Revival meeting next Monday, welcoming
from her teach- Little Patricia McRae has
vacation who
; t No. 44 due Starke 3:28: P. M.'r night June 1 at 8:30.: summer '
y duties at S. C. W. been her tk'
+ (New York reservation train.) Everyone Is urged to be present. ing F. visiting grandparents, i 4p yrli d
'r tl Mrs. R. N. Dukes of Worth ing- Mr and Mrs. J.-.A. Bouvier will S V Iie + r

t ton Springs Is visiting; her par return to McIntosh Friday.

ents Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Holmes. Bernard Jordan, after spending

1'P'[: Navy School at G E.JlMt Mrs. W N. North has returned the past week in Gainesville with

from a ten day visit In Tallaseee, relatives, has returned here for

Ala. another week' visit. You arc part of \V Itn

ft* ?+ -one evidence of the cooperation between the armed service. army-a vast army of I '

i aDd our vast industrial army-a school for submarine ilcctriciasx THERESSA Methodist Church -tr' civilians that must be transported ICM crowded. Plan your .hopping
conducted at ODe General Electric factory/ travel!
By Mrs. H. D. May y } every day. Some of you must get trips your non-war
4 sy Services at the Methodist to your vitally needed war work for the hours between ten and<
y F td FISH FRY Church next Sunday will be as '
'y, 't of
follows on time. Others can travel when four. There's plenty room-
Miss Ida Hasan entertained a : '
few of her friends. with, a fish fry Church School 10:00: A. M. s the transportation systems are ifyol.1lhelp!

on Crystal Lake Friday. All Morning Worship 11:00: o'clock.

voted the affair a huge success. Sermon Subject" : "Let Us Live -' i Don't forget This About Your War Time living!
Plenty of eats. Climbing. r
Youth Fellowship meeting at s RELAX TO REBUILD Give UnclcSam every bit of energy
Mrs. Cora Sullivan and daugh 7.00: P. M.Evening. / kt : you've got. For we've got to work

ter-in-law, Mrs. Joe Sullivan of Worship; 8:00: P. M. Se t hard to win-each one of us! But remember this important

Waldo were visiting in the home Sermon Subject: "The Church'sOne fact. Friendly relaxation will help kcepyourenergy up! That f
of J. J. Zeigler last Wednesday. l**'"
Foundation. the enjoy, now more than ever before, a
I Iv Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Prayer Services at the Church ."u smooth mellow refreshing JAX. Jax Beer is made fromchOicc

I were shopping In Starke Friday every Wednesday at 8 P. M. '" t American materials by experienced American brewmaitert-
r 1. Electricity It vital to the running 2. For that reason,there mutt be Lem Sibley of Putman Hall was A cordial welcome to all. your assurance that the famous Drink of Friendship if a top-

} t of every submarine. It does well-trained electricians on everyan visiting his son, E. S. Sibley, Fri t quality, wholesome,
amaxini variety of important underwater craft. At thus school energyuilding) beer.
1', Jobs from turning' the propeller to Navy electrician. attend classes day.Mrs.. John Jordan and children For
a a downright good
( cooking the coffee taught by Q-E engineer . of Hillcrest were visiting her par ? ; refreshing drink, whye rl $$10

ents. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell, + w- not enjoy a bottle of 1471 E...
Thursday afternoon of last week. JAX today? EVElY
O. A. Thrower and Mrs. O. H. 'j' I -

Thrower and little granddaughter, ,4 : p VICTORY wW

Glenda of Jacksonville were din I lot"u|
., original victory
'ts' ; for
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
e t BUY like the in this .d.
Crlffls Sunday. '. e, k" one
Mrs. M. Hall was visiting her '{t ( UMITKDITAT -- -RULE

daughter, Mrs. Thornton Johns DirBMIC You eend In ss ,.,.nyenlt I J
| may
In Hampton Thursday. ,C : 141.6 E ,*&1 BONDS week a. :you -.sled ""' J
{ AND 2 Each ntry muet be scrum, Iasa'f. '
+ STAMPSBEER label p.onablr faCl ""
BETHEL botcl.or 01 JAX Beer. Ale. m.ahSpe 1.0a
Uy Mrs. D. D. Woodsird "NEW LIFE" 3Ns. slogan intuit be orlinar.i4 'will| be reI...tiu ..

1', 1 3. . and BO out into the 4. This 1 I. but one proof of the Any Ncatneu: tlogana and now orUm1"In u" ff...wW nt' bui l I
hops where they watch workmen A. O. St. John of Olustee was will be |
tffR thorough training which the U.S.eon.truce for Spring y special credit j' .
; i the nine kind of elecNavy give it* men, 10 that the visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. M. elaborate diiplaye. ".,I

( ( trio equipment that will tome vital equipment of war will always Allen Saturday night. Oxfords r' 5 rmriaforehlswrkttantbhtMtfr IH : : !'dII.
later than
day b* put la their charge. be ready for action. Mrs. Dorothy Shannon and I rt no All slogans become the p"Ja .. ther tistt
daughter, Bet t y Jo. of Rock Get Out Those Old Spring X35 FAr Briwlnf Company. h
C.n.ra1 Electric blv! that Its brat duty a. a Spring, Ga., 10 visiting her I win or not. ...III nawardsd |
Slippers. We'll Make Them prices
.i good citizen i* to b. a good soldier. mother Mrs. Clover. > 7 In cM of tie, duplicate
.1 Canard Electric Company Sfhnctmjy ff. Y. Do For Another Season. .L
rM. "
The revival at Bethel Church :"r-,- 4 'Ow declalon 01 the i Jud." Ie ...11!t
M '". ,, '( MM.a will begin the second Sunday in ., h+ The conelle Ia open. to ....eryon.11I, ),\.t
June. Everyone la Invited to at. The Electric Shoe '' tZ, ,hr n v rend.j'nef pt....,,10'.01....,."s"
<_ brtwinf (;0., lu
gjttt "A(1<< tend.Little ,. ti, t nMnJbers 01hair famdus.sy .
Louise Benson of Flora- Shop BREWING CO.IACKSONVILLE. .
.", r.: ;' 'f> : home U visiting relatives In Opposite Park Theatre Guna ; w e FLORID A
; Starke. F iti .'t jhe

a ,ta

i ,

PAOF. SI.-Vir.-N"

CHURCH DIUrXTOUY: OF- IM niirirr ("OI'nT. iiRAnfonit run mil.ir .. t tr
I SEKVICKSnwMF rill t':11\Ti Y. ', pi.oimiii tn "\ Ml'IIOOI. Itlvl-ltK-Ti KCIIOOI l K't or'FllttlNINIl KII- :awcrxeary uementx..'..I''f..n1r, "!'h irrotinilImpi itchool ,

NAZI FOOD RATIONS n ,"" 'I"'r TIIK ni>l M' OK IIOM>-, 1"':. racilitle* antl Improvement betnar
KLY NEWS ANALYSIS n..... ". .:. l.tKbtfout. l>n.lor Ma.N. Ilurke. Plaintiff. v.. Prnnk II IHI--I1 TO IIH I..M Kl> K lltIIII-! liKttled. at "'lark... I In Hradfuidi ,
To lie Smaller 311U N. .1..... !>tr.., J Iliirki*, Defendant. C'....i> No. 101)8, IM iii o''tc Church School 8U A M OKHKU <>K I'lWl.K'ATION; iKTirio: OF 1'S.'I'OIl': : iirKiKMriMi :- 1 1 UK! i net Inna to VoiercMark
Morning Worohlp. u IMP A M. .\\Li; ; ;MVril-13; TO A"P" .\H TII tr "1'11 IIONut anX" liefore yollr choice)
Reich Blitz Forecast of Invasion It. T. U. 7-00 1'. M. HTAT13 OK PbORlnA tu "','ollk IIH l .l .::11. 'IIH ll\l-: t.K IN- I
; Rvenlnir Worship H 00 I'. M J. Hurkp, niton rvMtdenri* In "I'll- 's'.au'r: : -io UK r\n IIIIKION.: : I., .,
Wttdnmiday known" \NI T II H -IIMHIIION' 'I'III,! Foil IIII.VHS'
S \
Wumhip Ou 1', M. '
Greater Power IMIINI. "IIl.. NO INKlli:,,T OK i
Urges for FDR; June You nn> required to npprnr" on M ii no NIX ..ii \I,'. in,: ill' K
over Int. 1043, .In tho ii'
F1II1T above \NI "
MKTtlOIHHT 'named IIKntttlllKl
: tNI
Ile.... 4) <-. .'.....11. l>n>lur12I Ci.int' ami 1-aiinp, wherein plaintiff. IIKI. "I'a.: IM liro..r.H. _
Push Ahead on Kharkov Front > Ki. ChBrpk Klrrrl Ht ek.. dltorre.. Hrailfard. County \\IIKItKAS.. : on. tin. 'IJiti day of
iels ; Tflrirriiph lull I : : 4. That t> I
on ttoover.
I Church Hchool 10-uo A. Mtlumlay piiMlxh till.* uriltMlit May. 1D4J. tht'rc MIIK pii'xented tit *
ui-xt r.,1', : 1 ; : Tliux oixon. ami U. lI'. n..nlllr..I.
wei'kly UmivH. The Hoard of 1'ulilli : :
: A M. Inotrtutlon of
Outlines Pay Deduction Tax Plant Yountt p'r.hlfo. P M: WftnonH niy hand anil official' *pnl Hradford (....'111).. "', an Klirtlou i each il to of ho whom duly. are hereby determln-
nt "rld"l quultfletl therefor, (i
5. I Kvenlnff Worship 8:00: I' M. Sturke. Flurldn. this. May :Still, Petition: dated' the I and; they
arc hereby appointed
1942.OKFiriAI. 11n: aa
Wetln..tlajf day of March.
Worihlp S.OO P. M. 142, rt-HUlai' In InxpectorH of xnld bond election :
I < < SKAT...* A .T, Thotiin. rexpectx and Hlitned liy inoro' than and J I., Perk IN hereby appointed. ,] t
NOTE-W..... .....I.n. .n ..pro.... In tI,... nl.mnD. 'h A. I'lerk of mild t'olllt twenty-five percent Ih.% > of the
p & Clerk
plTOR Ib'" ..1 I .... ...1,.. .D' ... ........11' .1 lb... ......p.ar.) Hrv.AT.. MtRK'H Krd Vrrhr KPIKCOPAL.!. Hrrlsr3IMI I T. Frank I..m..u.. .., Slnrkf-8 4t R-2 Flu. duly Spvclaf: iiualifted Tax: School lectom rexldlnit I In MM heieliy of mich found bond. to election be dulyiiua hhilnir .

R.1..d bjf W..ta.n N..lpap.r Union. N. Ckiirrk Rlrr.< Ally for Mr.niinir Hradford County. lUxtrlit No. 3nt lifted for niu-lt poaltlon.HKCTION .
Church School Florida petltlonlnK : : A That the xiild MerInl..I.nt
10-00 A. M. ruTTTr. xnld Hoard to IMXIIH liondaof !
8un 11:00 IIIIAIIKOIIII a* ex-orflclo Hecretary ofNHbl
: A M. mild' Hchool
roa % niKlrlct In the
Sunday Rvnln 7:30: P. M. .ri. FLOIIIUll IM tllCK1IV. .\>- alllolinl of not to exceed inlnclpal -. Hoard be and he I I. hereby

Friday Kvenln 7:30: P. M. n. K. !MrOen. Thirty-five. Thoiixand Dollar. ifjiv0110) authorlacd ami directed. ] forthwith
Holy Duys 10:00 Plaintiff vn. Mllllo to cauxti thin reHolutlim. and 'he
M. the
proceed ileilveil
Kooley McUee the
ndant. Cu.. Nu. Hale of Kiich tiotld" Ittcorporatetl Notice of Hond Klcluin -
loKether with.
lo be ..
PIR TH PRE"O"TFR.: '. 1994onnnn op punLirATio.v; fund* to be (ranted' I by the 1'nlled for four publlxhetl Miiccexaive, once week eHfhweek In
.... ANn NOTIOR "Plate* of Anierlcn. to lie ii...>d. excluxlvelv *
II. A lira, r..r TO Al'J'KAlt;: the Itradfol-il < ounly' Tnlvicraph,
IJ.UIIur'! Chrrrr In. FIT A1'''' OK ,,'LORIOA tn- MUM Ie : ; 8ihool for the puldlc: xihoola ofxuch :neu'xpaper: :piibllxhed In and; of tlleral -
Church School 19.00 A. M I Ponl..y McUee, whone adilreM. In election. lie DiMirlct. and that an clrculniloii. within.. mild Mttrclal. t
held .
Sunday Worxhlp 11-00 A, M. unknown. the ColiMtltullon. In in .corilutice with Tax, "Hi hool I lilxtilct. No. :a of llrodfoid -
Senior Crimadv 8:00 : You nra required to and xlutulvH of I' .
: P. !M uppoiir! on the Slat"* of Florida County Florida which Nolle*
Intermedlnt Youth e"lIo P. M. June int. 1943 In the above nuinfit on the iineMtIon of Horn! Klecllon IN hvtrvby alvikna
Evenlnlt Worehlp 7:0(1: ( p, M.T. Court. and rauae., wherein plaintiff. "n.1 I the Ixnuancu uf xuch bond, fiillowMM :
Kppkn il Ivor .. t'
re. Hrmlford
I : Teleirrnph nhall publlnh Ihla Orilvr \WHF.UKXS; Ix the opinion of :Notice In hrrroy nlveit that
KUWARIV* CtTtinl.lC In nvxt four weekly lH.iieH. The Hourd of I'uldic' Inxirtu'tton election will .
II..... '.'...... J. Mnrphr" I'vilur WltnuAH niv bund iirul of flrlnl. KPH! :of Hradford : Fl i Ida, that ford County Courthouxtt be. held at. In the llrad-
\\1r.:1. : 8turke.
I Trmpl* A.r.n" nt (Murke. Florida. thl> :Mgiy 3inl. It 1 U to the : : of: xald .Hradford. i ounty, Florida, on Ihe I
Early MBI.K 11:00: A, M. 1 42MiKKIiTAh. Soiiclul Tax Sihool lllxtl-lit. No 3of IHlb day of June. A. l I'. I'.IU. diirIIIK -
IlUlnr Xrrtlcr* SI. ,\t.1 A. J. Thoiim" Hradford, County, Florida, that the hoiirM prexciltied t> lawr !
Sunday MaM" 0 00 A M. An I'liTk of mild: : Coillt 5-S 4t tt-SV I the mild botnlH'" li.' authorltied.I laHIIIM for tho holdlna; of He neral y electlonx ,
\'uk' Day Mans 8:00: A, II.I T. Frnnk l.uiKlruni, Ktaikv, Flu.I aacl:: Hultl for I ha puipoxe: : for. II... purpoxe. of ileieritihiInic -
Atty for rif.i mated In the, mild Kle.-tlon Ivtlllon, .
will of llHi .
I 'luiillfleil el eI.IIH -
I : THKItKKOHK: :, He ll Itexiilxeil by of Hpeclnl' Tax Hchool I
I ROPKI. T m';n\ "'1..: > The Uoarit of 1'111011.- Inxti in lion of
iniiiir No. .1 nr
j, I :II.. and .lr.. J. T. ulitlrr,.. ..po...... I-IM M-I. i-i.oiiiiivi"olll'f. mi\I i > "U01..11. ,K<>\.>ii.- Uuidfuid County, Florida, av fol ; on, I the i iiupxtion I, : : :of Countv the : ,,,= ,I, :
MARSHAL GOERING I 1 Suniluy. Service l.JKi l>. M. i "I--.MV. low: bondH .in the amount of "I..lrh'I I
I Friday Scrvlca 7::30 P. M. j / .. llitrnlNli lli lllNtcr riiilntlffx I Hcctlun 1. That an lection be flvn Tliouxllild llollara ( $. ( ,
"I, a h"r." \" Krry T lliilllnti-r lii-fi-iiiliml.. Anil the Haute .In bereliy. culled .andoldered st I"Ibid, lii t htt Uexolutlon .
I'llMI' ;N'll; tll.1.OUMKIl to .tin held at the (ilacKwhere I.Ion 1.1. of t'nl.lie' ".' ,,' .
Following stories of conditions I SIANrSCUIFT' ': OK. I'l'III.H'VTK1.V; : I he Ilixt Kreiiellll' elecllnll\ Man. .Htadriinl. Coiinly, Florida, adoptedon .
in C'OVKKS .HI I .\ .<\0 ;MITK'H; : TO .\l'l'HAIl I held.. ihiotiHlioiit' "KliHilnl. Tat. N..I'. ''' Ihe 1 U'lli d u v of May. IH42 :
Axis countries by diplomats and I per 100 IJK.\IFOKI tOl.VTVIN I RT\TK OF KI.OUII! \ to I.'MTV: Illxlllil:: .No. .1 of Hill.If.Mil' : foiinlv: :oiderhiK. : ,Ihe: .hold lav of xald election : f
T HnlllBli'l-, Florldit I namely i ; at, the Hratirotd, : and
wh.I.Ith' le-
newspaper men released from internment "8 IM It. prexci tbliiir' crllaln
'ry.I.mI'II.: :
K. 1 1.. I, Cli-iin, ;New; "..,'k. I'01101 y (.lIurlh...'...., III Slalke.' tall: \\llh luxpeit I to Illtt propuxetl: : ,1
in Germany and Italy I y.oil IIM* l 'llIh'.I| to apti'Mir' on Iliadford County Florida, on tlm .bolide, the ploceeiln of mull, .bolide. ,
came an announcement by Reich t'lItI'II'S' t'UI It'r. UK '',,'OitU June Ixt. Ill 13, .in th. ii h..". mi in.'d Illlll' dav' of JII'.... A. l I' I'M.!, for toHcthoivllh: : : '" 'I.r.: to bu a-riilited t'
Marshal Herman 01 >T, .'I.Ultll"1 IN ( llt\- Court and rtiiiMe, UU>IKII| pl.ilnlirf I.It I luiipoxc: of delcrnilnliiK, the: ulllt bv the t'nlteil. of. Anierlcn. r
Coering war time I "::11' Ht'pkn illvoiio lirinironl" 'fonnty ,the fl eeholdvra. ho ale iiuallriud ; \tu .be" lined excluxlvely for I Ihe. pub, I''
,., Nazi economic commissioner, that Vlto A. 1'nveromo I'l.ilnlirf, VH Tvli:;Kri'>l 1'li Hhnll' vuhllnli Hi In Onl. ..r elci-lorx:. ; ;: rexIdlllK: !: >" Ml'eclill. lic m li.ioln of Kiieh Hchool IHxirlct.
"a l-Milh KknriibxkKB 1'tn > In next four work ly IHMIIPH. Tat. Hi hunl Dlxiiict No 3 of Hrad I. o for I he IICIIIMHIon| and eoiixtruction -
temporary reduction in the food cimim, 1 >- \>'HtitiHH inv hiiinl ford Coiinly. Florida, on I lie of a new. xchool r
\thanks of grateful nation and the Congressional Medal of Honor femllint. <'nx.. No. 2014OltI HIM! ofrK-lul .i nl iiuea- buildInu
rations" of Germany would be necessary >iU: OK IM'HL.U'ATION; lit staikc, FlorlilH, I Ililx .May 2"01. Ion of Mhethvr 01 not I thel. xluill and of annexe or addltloiiM toexlxtlntf
|on his breast by President Roosevelt were the rewards received by because of A.VI: NOTICM TO AI'l'IOAIt tH! 2 I be Ixxlicd Hchool. bondf* o f. xald. wclHiol liiilldliiKX. Inclndliitr 1,
0, James DooliUle for1 his valor In leading the bombing raid on the an unfavorable N'r.0.. .' Kl.OKII'A to: MM. HiFKtriAI.;!; Hmi.l A .1 Thoiiiim' 1 "School lilHlili-l' In I h.. in .lucliuilunion iiMceHxaiv. eiiilpnt| .*nt and Ki'otiml.
crop outlook. I ICtllth kftrultHkiiM. An I'lfrk o, mi hi foiirt fi-M 4t A-U1I i nt of Thlny-rUc Thotixand 1 ""I".V""IH.| ull of Much Mchnol
I of Japan. Including Tokyo a few weeks ago. Above left to rlcbt.u 50 Twin. Onk l'nv.nnn.. T. 1""lIl1k" 1.1l1I..UIII. Staiki" >, Oollarii (1.15.0(111), the .priiceedM. de. >- fiit lllt and Impi oveiuent* lu in' r
Addressing 137 itiuin, Cttii' :
\1. Gen. H. II. Arnold chief of air forces, Mrs. Doollttle and Prrsinevelt .- war workers assembled I'nlon :Nw .)..!.....\ o Ally fur, I'lf. .ltl'l rlved from'; HIM xalt" of nut:Ii bondx.loicelhcr : located t. ar Hiaike: In Itradrorii" : : t..
at the chancellery in Berlin You ,. with fiindM. tt ln uiunteil' Countv, Florida The xald h.."..... j
me rmulri'il tt
congratulating America's newest be rD. General Doollttle. > | .1.1on by the Vlllteil "Mil ten of .If iMxuiMl will .
America, hear l"It..t at tliinlu .
to be awarded service crosses June 17th. lHi!' : In Ih.> alin\c nunifil l % < IIK ill' 111 irr.' mi .... "
'"' bu
to u..cl t'xfltixlvely for, lht> |".10- of three peicrnt' < ::1"101" ( per nnliiiiu ,
for the first time in history Goering Court. and caUHe. wheifin pliilntlfCNfpk .. t" 01s i\ "'..1111'1 is I'll lie NchoolH of. xiicb Hchool lilxtllct. tuiyiible xeiiil-anililallv. oil the.flint ,1
tllvorre ItrHilfotil im.
(LITTLE : INVASION PRELUDE : |, !said: rdKrnph chilli pnlillfh, ihlx i'minty o..rIn Pntriik J liiioiianiiK.. 1. e., for the. aciiulxllloit, and conMirtii'tlon dayx of Airll Mini October Ineach ,
T'liilntlff VN. I of a new' xt hool liiilldlnNT' year and xhull mature lit the '
\\n/ Well Kept RAF Blitzes Reich I "Three extremely hard win \ next>HM four ittv liunil weekly HtHl IHNUH.VltiH orrirlal. H*.alat No.lli'llv 1"! 'liiioiianiiu rtounreis, 111'fi'iiiliint.. I'IIMU and of tinm>xt-H 01' ,nddlllonx' ,lo exIxllliK iimoiintx' of $15110 u".rll, I In euchof ;,I
hool the <
xi lilllldlaiiK. Incliidlntrliticexxmy I yealit" 1 I44 to 1'MIIi, both Inrluxlve -
questions remained unfed While Royal Air force bombers ters are behind us. The elements 1JI42lOKKICTAT stnike. Klui-UIn, lhir< Muv 1'oih .A\n: : op Pi'iii.n'ATKiv e>ililpniclit| 011.1' Kl'oiiml nod $2000 on April, I I. I 19'<1,
have not been kind to ;XOTIi'K; : TO .M'I'HAU: litiproveinentx, all of xuch. m hool All freeholder* who ar iiuallfletlf t.
President Roosevelt blasted us. 8BAI. A. .1' NTATR: .! !
when )
war factories and chemical ThnmiiH. FI.nnlO.\- Unity I II racllltlcK. and IniproveniMilx' beiniri"CM I I lii"I tora leMldlnir III Special I Tax.
] the Congressional Medal of plants In' Germany, and blitzed Last year's harvest was bad. An I'lPlk at Hlllll I'ulll-l ;0.n 41 013I'll.I. TIll ton 111111, N II "JVIMI "., 61J Kamberton I'It.' t Tren ... 'ut Hiailie In Ilindfonlj School. Dlxirlcr N". :3 o( liriiilfurilCoiinly .
I Nazi Now however much we enjoy County, Floi"l la.HKCTUIN Klorlda, xhilll bu entltlnil.
on the breast of Brigadier submarine bases In France and ari> "''111".1 to npiioar on ; : ; :aT Th..1 th" mild Hoard to volt* In XMld' eliu'tlonOFKICIAI. ,,
J I Doohttle In an unheralded enemy airdromes in Holland the the warm sun, we are longing for IVOH llllHcnlid >.. Jium Int. IIII3. In .HIM almvM ..IIm..1 ''or i'lililtc Inn! riit-tloii licri-tiy. UetvrlnlnvM ( "'I''J.'V.. Mld.lli-loll! .
Churchill rain to bring what the farmer .lilcln. In Kturnvil >liiiilli>iltv.HUbjuct I'onrt and CIIUKI*, utiereln. |ilalntlff I (n ) Hull Ihe amount' nt Hiipertntendetic of Publlu. Inetrutlon *'-
House ceremony com memo- government announced tu the iipeclal cnndilloilH lnrorporated > *""" kH illvorat* llrailfnril I'ounty bond. reiitilred to lio tN0titHl. for of Hrnilford County, Florida. ,
J the recent history-making that the RAF's heavy air offensive needs. in the forum for l hhl. Tpli-xrapli' Khnll pnlillMh'' ililn Outer, the puiiioneH' net forth In I InIVl I'll ,and ex-ofriclo Hecretary of The
dlnfr. for the furnlfihlntf' And InHiallatlon In n 'xt four weekly IHHUHN.Vltii I Inn l-i-ri-i-i'i'il to In tinI'niiinlili' nf Hoard of I'uliHu, InMiruetlun' uf
|an bombers' raid on the Japulnland. was a prelude to an ultimate invasion Goering termed the present war \ .
of furniture iintl othr 'iM inv haiiil and ..,n'IIII..III IhlM 1I."lu. I I.. ii U Tint'ty-flvH liradford. County.. Florida."
of continental Europe. "the hardest Germany has had to ( qulpment h"ollnrr connvrtlon with. At Stark ,'. Florida.. Ililx Muy 2nd, ThoiiNitnd. .IlitllaiH. I l.iri.inin: ) Oi> HKCTION: ; : 6. That Ih. mtlil litep. -
Sir Stafford fight." HturkH Dockrt Kla. 1942OKFlrl.U that tinriltn of ..111.'...-.., that "lull .>ctoi-N. of the Hlibl. election Hhallmake
re did daredevil Jimmy Crlpps lord privy 8-101 will. be recvlvi-tl at lh. offlifof ( HJo: \1.> A .1, Tholl1.. ... blind, Khnll Ill-Ill'. If iHMIIfd IM tlllCUpi'lrelit irturn* lo I lie mild The
le's iquadroa lake off seal and government spokesman in "The winter campaign has been the Hoard of Public Inntructlun, AitClelk of Nlild.. I'olirt K-N 4t fi-2< '< t3": ., > pi'l """" 11I. |Miyalilt,* 1 Hoard of I'tibllu Inxtrtictlon. .Ini*
commons said terrible. The Fuehrer suffered deeply Court House, Stark., florlilu. ui Frank l.iiliilriini, StalkiKla.. MHinl-iintinullv' on tin' fliMt ilayn nf inedlalely, Mftur the xuld election.
Where did the Tank flleraflfr : : : I
until 10 A. M., K. W. T., Jun. 1m, Ally for I'lf. April nnd" 01 rohfi: In 1111 I b year and the mild 1 Hoard ohall holil unpuclal
II they bombed TokyoHwrd "These bombings are. In our for his troops but he knew he 1942 and th..n publicly opened. and iMMiinuMii-lnv 4H'tobei,. I. 1143! .and, meellno; UM noun Ihureaftera
a whirlwind of fire view ol material must not yield. There was no question read aloud. All bid. Khull bo accompanied IXTUMI IT <.01 HT. III tlll--HIII> (i'l that paid. .Imiidn *hall .IIH dueand pracllcublu, for I hit piltpoxn ofcuiivaxxlnu I ,
assistance to by a certlf*" t heck or TOI "TV l-l.lllllll Hhall 1 be payable, If IHMIII'I!, on .. Hiild election. reiurn.*
i ind destruction In their Russian resistance and the best of giving up our front positions hid bond In an amount fiuul' to 1: By what route did Doo- In which because behind us there was only five per. rent (5 % ) "if thu Iota I rtiii...a Kavno. T'lalntlff, VH, nnnlwl la lh* unioiintH IIM followM: ,lo Ihe iHiill. of the election. If itatipeara
way we can give assistance hlrfl mad payable to tlm Hoard ofVilhllc 1" "v II.. I .l-ffllclillil.. I'HHf Nn. 1144!' In l'Jil: !>, both Ini-lunlve, I from, the remiltx of mildelection "
| reich Washington until such time as we a heap of ruins.. Inntruclloti .,, f IliadfoiilI'ounly. ( HlllKIt' : OK. ITIU.K'ATIOV 1'MI3: __ .. '1.51)11.() nnd. ibiil a conxlliiillonal. n.aJorlty -
are able to make 'Klorldit. Korinx, fin, lilddttiKmnv AMI= ;NOTH'I'I; '' TO, AI-IM'iAlt: 111 Hll -- -- $2.11110HWTloV of the frerhol.lerx.' who areiiliairrled I,
the mystery remained apt a carefully EARLIER VICTORY ? : he -ciirc"l at I h,- nfrifi->f nnlilH'liiiil STATIOK',: FLOIIiriA tu ; T That Ihe Hiiperln- eleilurx, rexlilliiic .III HucliHi ,
I iccret CoolitUe, who had planned attack on the continent nr at th ofrlfi- ..r HanfonlW. ]''iivni: >. w ho n .. r.'rI..n..' '.. IN llanlfl I'tl- lint uf I'ubllo Inivrurtlon of I ..hool IHnlrlct, voted .In favor ofIhe I
International of Europe which intend Hull Ooli), Arihltnl, <:alnfHlllc.Florida. 1(111"11. JtrailfiiMl c''' we Maybe Says
renown as a Vim IM-I', rfinil-Pit\ to nfrii-lii. Hi'ri-flnry, nf 'I'h" Hoard ofI'uhllr and lit. that even I, th. xald... liunrilHhall
me ipeed flier before his lat- to do." Secretary of State Cord en Hull's Tht* Itonrd of Tlibllt' I net "ruction' .1 .Inno 1..1. 1141:!, |hi ihi. nhov"1! upuenr named on .. InHlrili-l. ... of lira dfoidfount IIM ..nlh..rl..1 and reiinlied I" I. 1\
fcioit made him America's No. The accelerated of Brit of Hrudfont. I'minly, Kltil-ldit I'niiiL' and I-IIIIHI', ulifl-eln. ,plaintiff' v. Florida. in> nnd he hi'i-elty. to Ixxue the bond. authorlBHil. byxald \ ',
tempo cautious Indication that increase of HyV.. K MUM Iff mi. Sniiciliitcnlcnt .....'1.* illvori**' Hi" nilford < ,In mil hen' lsi.'d. to. havn the .hallotHfor election for the parpoxe'* *p>ec- 1
revealed some significant ain's air offensive was seen in the United Nations' striking power < of I'ublle' limn, u< tlun TvlfKnipli" Hhflll t>ulillKh thin i Order urity" IIHW In Niild t>.b'i.tlon. prnpatedHIM fled III. the xald. Hexollltloll an piib ,
In fiirtilNbi'il to th'#! liiMpi'i-tfim of llxhedHK.CTION, .f'
'detachment 21 6-20 iii'xt four weekly lHNiiiii. ,
performance of one : of might bring victory sooner than was Wltni'NK inv hand and. tin, clvillon. whli-h HII 'II ballotKKhali 7. Thut thin llenolutlon,
lYanki outflew and outfought bomber which unloaded 40,000 fire formerly expected brought comfort lit Stnrke Kl-iilda. tlil.rn..I..I..1 May Int. .be KiihMtiinilally .In tint followlnu tuk* effect from, und after H* KMINHiiwe ,;
1st planes and retired without bombs over the city of Mannheim IN "IH".I1' "II.It'l'. Illl '''''...1.. 1142IIKFII'IAf ; formtMtKKK, the publio welfare. requiring I'r
to American and .
many an family ..! %T, KI.OHII" \ I 1 % lll\-' ( SI-IAI." ) A. .1. Tlioinni" It I. lit 1.1.orhl'iill
i imgle plane. They "hedge- in southwest Germany second : T1K M4 Illtltl. IIIHIMKTM 'H. M.: KPAHKHChairman
generated new optimism over the t'KHV.jnNfph: AHl'li-lk' r>f nalil "I'iMIII A-H 4t 11-29!!
over Tokyo low enough toaU largest inland port of Germany and war effort in official Washington.Mr. R. ruKHiiHiu, riiiintirrM. Fri'il It. C KMI-MI.T., J..k..... vIII... :i OK mi .IIIMI OIM % of The Hoard uf Puldlo.
I I mm !I'HHanclll, I-rcndanl Cane Fill.. AMfor I'lfMITM I'l.ltlllll t Inxtriictlon of Hradford Cuunty. I
game in progress. YankeeS the site of a number of Important Hull had been asked at No. 213. I "IIOOI. HUM! I'SI'TlI.: > Florida.V. .
| played havoc with vital chemical armament and engineer a OltllKIt Or" PI'HMI'ATIOVANI J..... III. I IliaHhall \ K.: MlllliLRTONHiiperlntendent' ,
press conference whether developments > NOTK'K TO AI'I'liAllHTATI3 ; It: or IHM> KI.I-CTIItV: .. M lli11' lie aiiihnrli>''. lnutifd of I'iitil1i> liixlrnc.tlon .
se i industrial areas 40 miles ing factories. in recent weeks on the home OF' "'KMHtlUA' lo MIMIrnia < \ IIM-XIM '1"11' C t I.IIMi \ and H"dd. nchool .liniirln. ofXiieilal of flrinlfold! County.: Flfirldil,
d 19 to 20 miles wide. They I'liiriin.'lll. Nunilirr" .IK U ..mlllth I: T.l: ,.:< -I 10% I-'OU Till! 11 MIM>"IIID'I -! \ Tux Hi-hinil .IHHlrlit.. .No. :IIof nd ex-ofriclo Hecrrlary"! aidRndomement : I
direct hits NEW TAX PLAN and foreign fronts encouraged him I /011.. New Yolk., N YYon .>.S' : iHMIMM.: 'I'III,! Wll.l. '>!" Ill-mifuril t '''''"''Y. Klolldn... In tbprlnilpal .. tiparil.ii .
| on a battleship or : to believe In an early victory. In nrn "r"*itth-fl| / to upppar on 'I'i'in KHIIIHII: : .I>IHM: u no < ni! I amount of Thirty-five : Adopted .bv The lliiHrdof '
r under construction near To- June 17th. 1042. In HIM nlmvc namedi'lttirt m: .1:1: 'IOIIM' HI.:..II>- | Thoumind |).,MarH I $1f r..lltJIII.) I hi.prorneilH r'ubllf .. ,"'lion. of HrH'Iford'ninily
t scattered incendiary bombs Collect at Source reply he pointed out that the powers HIM! CIIIIH, *. ivhereln, : ;pliilntlffxr ;,: : ; l\li INI'lUIII.: I T\ ., lll..l.l, nf ttin-li .liondM. ., loicelhiTwith Klorldn, on thu 13lh. day ofMny
and facilities of the United States >ekK invoice liradford, i'f>iiiiiy. DIO'IIIMT NO. ::1 IIIMM \ lllolllt4ll'lt. fundH. to be frtniitcd .bv tbtTnlled ID 1 13 r
Irplane factories in Nagoya.. To help Americans pay heavy Income I Tti| friiih biill. iMihliHli. thin Older FIOHIIH. 0 % -I'IIS" HtateM, or111"'... ... to InliHi.il w H. Mir>r>r.i3ToNHuperlntfndenl' ..1
taxes that would affect mil have been developing on a more and I In next four W''kls I lNxntHWIIIIVHK tIlS''l'Ict'\i: "i' 'no'; i.... i't' % < i : oi'' I'Xi'ltlfllvcly foi i'h puhllic of I'ubllc' riiMtrii'1-.
I extending Dootittle the navi more massive scale not only for | im IIK it .mil ,.rrii mi" fnint XI IKMII. IIKMIM Of Olllt H4 'IlltOf. hoolH of mii'li Hi-h il lilntil' i linn nf llrndfoid. dniiity. Flnrldn, ,
i thanks President Roose- lions of workers in the small-income offensive-defensive operations but Stark f, Flu hit .Mm '!,0lli i'I"'I''I.''!' l > fliIK: % ''ctl .% !' OKN e. for thfe uviiulnli, ( ., .,n.1 l iintriiiMiin nnd ex fifflrlo. Herielaiv of The I
|nnounccd the award of 79 group for the first time and to com 11143lOKKti'IAI.. IIin ":" 1':KII: innrrv-i--M of. u new h..P btillillnir llnnrd nf F'uhlln InNtriirtlnn ofIlradford
for outright offensive war. HJo:.. ,\.J Thi, "nun 'IIIOIOtMt Illlll.tltO II.VIHMII.ion : '' .nil of nnnexor >t addi in I'ouniy Flui'Ida
inguished Service Crosses bat inflation the treasury depart .VM 'Ink. .f alil i \ :2II tt :I" ini" : I; % < M .." I: i "u '""' h i ',' IF i 'i, din*t lidS
[the 79 volunteers-pilots, ment outlined to the House ways :Making no effort to disguise -- -- _

me (gunners bombardiers and means committee a "collection- the fact that he wa. Increasingly

[radiomen_vt ho participated at-source" program. Impressed by America's grow

ft raid. Under the new plan employers ing power the white-haired secretary ,11IOITIIO

omg wet the radio following would withhold on behalf ot the government Btisscstecl; It was only

f ) ation General Doollttle de- part of the pay of single natural \lh.il calculations as to

the April raid workers making more than $11 a the duration of the war should '

,>.iv the beginning-over; week and childless married persons I be made In the light of this fact. ,

IT making; more than $20. The amount I Observers pointed out that num. I'

deducted would be used as a credit ber of factors re-enforced Secretary

I ttf.ES : against income taxes. I Hull's views Among these were the

or FDRI'rbert : Increased individual income surtaxes steady rise in armed pcrsonnoi l, inprecedented -

ranging from 12 per cent on increases in prcidi.cti'jn, )

Hoover the first $2,000 to 80 per cent on I from factory production lineri,:, .' 1

Hooaevelt be taxable earnings exceeding $200.000 ing air and nnvnl strength m 'I the ,",I

atorial ecu.ns yearly were written into the pending uninterrupted flow of men awl materials .,

of win- war revenue bill. abroad

The ways and means committee's

'no hesitation plan did not Incorporate President i iRoo GAS RATIONING : f

u. President evelt's suggestion Unit no ,t

>. :Holding! him in American's Income should exceed j i Looms for All U. S. '"

'1' '!< .1-1 slid; In an $23.000: a year after payment of all \ Restriction of gasoline Cevi, i ,'ip" 'I

iolh assem.U taxes. I tion by the 20,000.000 cur u-.vners
1! nnd the PHIc, \
". Industrial outside the East

ira REDS VS. NAZIS : |I Northwest, to a ,point where pica-- ire

I driving would be almost completely
Soviets Still Ahead
:.p however 1 banned before the end cf the iim-

'm civil liber- Stubborn battles cm which- the decision mer was predicted as a result it

from a philo- of World War It appeared to conferences between Defense Trans.

1 he said he hinge still persisted on the Kharkov I portation Director Joseph B. Eastman -

(he sixth colum- and Kerch fronts and Price Administrator Leon
'lli more "
'il1clon liberty. On be Kharkov front the Runslan j Henderson.

If II of the conduct'of armies under !Marshal i iTimoshfnko | New emphasis to the icriouxncssof

'n lhe necessary' : if we are continued their advances I I the nation's rubber shortage was
the lI'ar'ar. he added. ""'e' In the face of stiffened j lent by Mr. Eastman's disclosure

>emoeroley conducted right German resistance and sharp that the United States may not

only ... can correct mis.Hugh -' counterattacks. On the Kerch I have a sufficient supply of synthetic

public exn4 front the Russians denied Nazi rubber "in short of three years and

opposition to them." claims of a clean sweep to the I j perhaps not then." |

IBwver' did not define specif- gateway of the precious Caucasus I Disclosure of Impending steps

; I'ctatorlal I universal limitation followed
powers he oil fields. toward gas

:\however.for President Roosevelt. That the Red army was keeping an indication by President

:;'tn 'We must start alive its offensive In the Kharkov Roosevelt that rationing might be
a> cold bard fact; sector at a swiftly rising cost to the extended to other parts of the country

'a economic rare : measures to win Nazis in men, heavy weapons and outside the Eait and the Pacific )

lust plain Fascist where it is already op
supplies was indicated by the latest Northwest

lei.t bulletins. erative.
: war I II
: "On one sector near Kharkov

e ',1Iis.ionarifs'S said a report, "our troops annihilated

Conlhct 1.6SO: German officers and men I MISCELLANY : I.
J hn
L. Lewis
lral of million. and destroyed 27 tanks an ammunition

!lihtened. of American dump and a gasoline dump.

t the Philip Murray.b Booty captured Included 37 guns, Australia: Gen. Douglas MacArthur -

b a CIO. urg d dele- 57 mortars. 10.000 shells 40.000 who is an engineer himself
attended the> Steel Gen Hugh Casey his
nlzlnl Work. rounds of ammunition, three wire and Brig.

f committee convenh. less stations and other material. chief engineer in the Philippines,
eve1and. I
hi0' to become I made honorary members of |
.r'el' In commenting on the situation on were
Df national Institute of Engi-, COCA.COIA eo AHr $ySTARKE
> not Waot unity. the Kerch peninsula in the Crimea. the Australian UNO!* AUTMOinr or THI

oOIInorlnth!internal' -trlto to a communique said Russian forces neers. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
C Part-American clipper
the Caucasus New York: i
were barring the way
entered I I1U

.'SLSS: In" a way that resembled the service fourth across)'ear.the Behind Atlantic It was a
| ;&he long American defense of the I

Bataan peninsula in the Philippines. record of carry/: : )* 18.W7 pa..m1eu.1



t BRADFORD 00171bTY) 'l'l\'LllGRAPB. BTAEi n.oEDtA 1BIDAy ylAla!
4 PAGE mcirrI.t




i.4 r and like it

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+ Tire And Gasoline Rationing Have Now Been In Effect Long Enough (0--- 0 u. 0 "' "'-'-'----.

k For Us To See Just How Drastically They Are Going To Touch Our Overheard t.:'

61 Daily Lives But The Thrifty Shopper Has Nothing To Fear. For I On I

Stark Merchants Are Offering Fresh And Complete Lines Of Merchandise I CallStreet I

At Prices That Are Just As Low As Those In Jacksonville I : I

Gainesville And Other Nearby Cities. Trading At Home Saves I "What! Drive all the way to Jacksonville

: Money In More Ways Than One, And Alert Car! Owners, Reading to shop and waste all that rubber and I Ir

; u, The Signs Of The Times In lire And Gasoline Rationing, Are Help- gas! Not me! I'm saving money by buy-

i ing America In Its Enormous Task Of Winning The War. ing right here at home."

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What Has Jacksonville Got That We Haven't Got?


Watches Silverware Jewelry
When In Starke Visit
Our Fountain For A Nice Whole
-COME SEE USJACOB'S- Constant Service Over 50 Years GEM JEWELRY some Lunch.


W'i DOOR STEP SERVICE Our Radio Repair Department Is As You'll Find Our Furniture Just As IT IS A PLEASURE TO BE
Good As Can Be Found
Beautiful and Just As Durable AsAny ABLE TO GIVE YOU BIG
r -Give Us A Trial Offered In Neighboring City CITY SERVICE''AT OUR STORE|
STARKE TAXI SERVICE WE BUY AND SELL NEW Stores. Our Prices Can't Be Beat. Conserve Your!Gas Trade At


Store completely remodeled New equipment CEILING IN PRICE
AT & Army Supplies li
; ::3 installed- Giving buyers of foods every conven
Phone 159 We Still DeliverGUY'S
CARPENTER'S fence to be found in the finest food stores. _
qki Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries: ,
The Rexall Drug Store MARKET
Fruits and Produce-Native and Western Meats Starke, Florida
Dressed Poultry Tuxedo Feeds Wilewn __
3 Even If Your Driving Is Limited Toomer Fertilizers. FOR SOLDIERS AND CIVILIANS
? T I You'll Have To Keep The Old Car We Buy and'Sell AnythingIn
Repair. Because The Gas Rationing Roblee I Shoes Money To Loan' _, Pawn Shop

Carl Johns Owner-By S.A.L.Depot CASH OR CREDIT


, i'i'z 1 z;r n, COMPAREBRADFORD "BUY WAR BONDS" For High Quality
Developing 29c Per Roll Of E
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation We Carry A Complete Line
i HOME MADE CHILI 12 Hour Service-
Member Florida National Croup Paints & Varnishes
184 Call Street
"NUF SED" NextPhDone To The Western Union "BUY MORE WAR BONDS" Sistrunk Feed & Seed StoreI

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I I By Mr.. T. N. Noiiuun

WOMAN'S The Woman's COUNCIL; Council MEETS j| Mrs. II M McRae, Mrs B. M. [
of the
I McRae and children. of Kathleen Norris :
I Christian Church met at the home j'Mm Starke and Says :
of Mrs. Mae Sweeney on Wednesday Vlcy Davis of Sandersonwere

May 20th. Responsive read dinner guests of Mr. and

lngs of the church were given Mrs T N. Norman Sunday. I Girls Seldom Win in Office Love Affairs

by those present and the hymn, 17PATRICIA Mr. and Mis' F. S. Supp were I

"Blest Be the Tie That BInds" visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Con- Ball Syndic*!*-WNU Feature.

was sung. The theme for the DOW ner near Starke Sunday.

meeting was "How the Church Mils Dorothy Norman was

came into Being." A membership among a group of young folks 4 '2I

drive was begun and sides were who enjoyed the day at St. Au- *; .
or ; chosen to make the growth more I gustine Sunday. .' ,
a interesting. N.. t
atl Twelve members en- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sapp of ,
I a Joyed the social hour with Mrs. 4 this section, were visiting Mr. and f i ir

Sweeney.W. Mrs. Raleigh Conner near Starkeone .v ; I 1

,1' night last week. -. hI .'
The Hampton W. M. U. met Mrs. t.ella Parrish and little

I Thursday, May 21, at the Bap- on, Richard, of Jacksonville are
I list Church. The Royal Service visiting relatives here this week. I

Program was carried' out. Mrs Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp and .

rrt C. A Warren was hostess daughter. Selma were visiting II
/ y \ Mr. and Mrs Drew Reddish near
DINNER PABTVMr. the State Farm Sundny

e*' and Mrs G. P. Wadsworth Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman and I
Y yY r entertained with a dinner party, little lion Gerald and, Mr. and

Wednesday evening, honoring Mrs Eldon Sapp and son Rudolph -

their son, Cordon, on the occasionof enjoyed a fish supper at f

his birthday anniversary. Out the homo of II. M. McRae last i

N ke a Delicious Spinach Ring With Leftovers of town guests were: Mr. and Saturday night. -- r

(See Recipe Below) Mrs. Sam Anderson, Miss Florence The people In thin section are I- ji'
Grill find .J n A1avarwla r 1r i 1
'' o very busy this week t !
; picking '
Inservins Food This Week's Menu Starke and Mr. and Mrs W R S .pd beans
Connor of Griffin, Ga. {

(nutation 'Food will wind Hot Consomme Misses Barbara and Martha i I Hampton Humming \,

write the peace" gains Spinach Ring with Shrimp Sauce Home, who have been visiting I, H1 O3JJ "vs a Ja

L homemakers all overjrj Grape, Peach, Banana Salad relatives in Reevesvllle S. c., will i".p With New Activity

rei Whole Wheat Bread Butter return home Friday.Mr. .

itorcalfst pUDOLTy Baked Apple Stuffed with Raisins and Mrs J. S. Kollems and o h eZ, 3" Hampton May 28- This small,
must Coffee Tea Milk but still thriving town in Bradford
children left
m Friday for a vaca- ,
N Recipe Given : county has reached
art new
at Mlddlesboro
alb. Ky. ,
e moat yad heights of Improvement In the >9-
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Connor of
st past few weeks and several
circulation of air. Soft cookies remain new
Griffin, Ga., were guests of Mr. \ k
homes have Just been
moist It kept in a weU-covere
[ step tin with and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth last while others have been remodeled :
or jar an apple or slice of \
week. Mrs. Connor will be remembered -
foodwhen and renovated.
Ing lemon, or grapefruit to
orange, provide /
t you plan your additional moisture. Changethe < as Miss Louise Drew- Hampton was handed the cold / f

I ihopping. If;you are notLt fruit every several day. ery.Pvt. shoulder several years ago whenIt t

t r.then start now to prac- Tight,,containers which close out and Mrs. Truman Cramer was cut off from the mainline /

nie economy that comes the air are reconfraended for' keepIng left Saturday for a visit with of southbound traffic with '1
.Jill kind of planning. Youhnv friends and relatives at Sadella, the building of a shortcut
cakes at their best high
thatill freshness /Martin, our oils ninnnntr also i i. married m fin* friend la ..... Alter m /-
I bits of leftovers Mo.
Cover them with waxed paper too. way between Starke and Gaines weeks oAn cnrar/ul kmtlnril' and many tittlt arts of/ eoniultrmUon; I eon/MM/ If
to fit Into the menu ifft A bread box scrupulously clean Mr. and Mrs. Doc Tidwell of vllle.I my miifrablt affair' with Tod. ,

i place for them. at least once or twice a week with Jacksonville were guests Sunday I Once the> gateway to popular I .t

fond step in conserving soap and water, and dried thoroughly of Mr. and Mrs. Avery DennIson Hampton Beach, the little town

me in proper storage. No contributes in large measure to and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rahme.Mrp. In beginning to appear back "on By KATHLEEN NORRIS
i careful a shopper you the map" again In recent months. "
the freshness of bread. :. L. L. Bedenbaugh. returnedto Mrs Norris,
u do not provide the faBt Keep In a Cool Dry Place; St Lukes Hospital In Jackson 8153: All of Its available rooming, DEAR I Olivette, "I You can't avoid the consequences -

t keep food from becom- Coffee spices, (flour and crackers ville Sunday for two weeks treatment Kimona Sleeves apartment and housing spaces are 19 old and fihilantlcring by
1, wilted, or spoiled, taken and tenants to be years ,
you need dry cool storage In tightly Pattern No. 8153-Look cool and are railing i it "campanionxhip" or
ive done your part found there looking for additional find myself in a difficult posi- "
covered be 'aar.nll'II.riC'rI He
containers since they art > cool In tills pleasant house dress J. H. Saxon Is confined 1 to his
lerator Storage. affected by air. Use metal or glass home with its easily cut easily sewn kimono facilities nearly every dny. tion, in which your advice may le ilignifinl about it, but
serious ,
gs l butter cheese, meat containers for them. When crack.era by Illness sleeves In this style practi- Two new houses have recently would be very much appreciated the Martin of/ thii letter ii just

ned food or leftover food, get soggy, crisp them In the cality is combined with decorative been completed. One by Vernon For the past year I plain n/ii/anc/Win/r. Olivette
e cold of a refrigerator to details-such as a rlc rac outlined J, Slade and the other one by /
for few minutes and will
oven a they
i In good condition. center panel and button placementsat Fireman B Hull. The Slade have been working in a large may be grateful/ note for hit
be as good as when you bought [ the shoulders. You'll like the
ruiu and vegetables also them. HO9SE residence Is by the Christian office My first sweetheart is kindnf, She may feel that
side sashes which tie the frock firmly s
It freshness and moistness Fats which are so valuable at at the waistline and the pair of Church and the other one Is directly a fellow-worker, who happensto those who advise her against

bolo Place them, after present should be treated with the big patch pockets, too In front of Mrs Minnie be the nephew of one of the continuing her relationshipwith

tallied and carefully; dried best of care so they do not become Pattern No. 8153 is In sizes 34 Johns' home. members of the firm. This boyis him are the worst kind

pcki or in their special rancid. Store them in a glass jar HOME to 48. Size 38 takes 4'. yards 35- Stores are enjoying a good the attractive of prtulfi. But the fact .it thata

mil. Lettuce and otherp or crock and place in a cool, dark Inch material. 8 yards ric rac. business and have a fine varietyof one of most man who will wrong hit wife

best when stored in storeroom merchandise-really surprising boys in every way that I have and child can hardly be expected -

ibags. Storing la the Cellar. Iy D N am,........_....................,. for a town of Its size' People who met-handsome, rich, and of to faithful to another
foods such as eggs, cheese You are extremely fortunate U can move here are fortunate be- course much noticed by all woman. Ke sure to read

reed the controlled cold of you have a cellar for storing.pur- fir Ad des................................ cause of the fact that the town the girls Kathleen Norri advice toOlivet
Orator oi SUttt Mitf'. Kirch.*
to Is and
keep their1 protein quiet, good plain peopleare
poses. Now with home and detenlearderilng "I confess that I was carried away :,. : I I
mpoiing Uncooked meat gaining popularity )'OUmay By MART' E. DAGUE ....................................,. the regular year-around cite by his attentions, and after a few 9

ft uncovered or covered have vegetables to keep for later Author el Sister Mary's Itl&<:..... zens. weeks of wonderful good times, during write write motherthatIt

ill i Id waxed be paper. Cooked use. If the cellar tends to become The last days of Mar are busy If._or sear........................ which he came twice to our Is possible me-or In these my days for a !

covered. Cheese warm, leave the windows open ones both Indoors and out. Indoorsthe Seek New PavingThe and met my parents, I to have Innocent and stimulating -
rapped In a waxed paperand at night closed the winter woolens are being de- Pstt.mNo......... ............. apartment girl an
during day. made the mistake of yielding to him companionship with an older
covered with a thin mothed and put away for the summer Bradford Engineering Co..
Cook to Save Food Values. Send IS rents In .eonn how what he called the proof of my confidence man? Or are we back In the Victorian -
pr if you expect to keep Poor the' and outdoors lawns and each pattern d..I..dl 1o-- has been grading streets in L.> A,
cooking may cause big. and love. era, when a man's wife was
porches being for
I time are groomed sum
f Keep Davis Pinehurwt subdivision
foods eggs away gest kind of waste in food. Perhapsyou mer holidays and everyday living. Patricia Dow Patterns "When Tod was drafted, a month absolutely the only female to whomhe
F a to
prevent their In the west end of Starke this
Kill from roast your Weeding, patching and reseeding 208 W. 17tb St.. New York, N. Y. Davis later you may Imagine my con could address a word, once they
week. Mr. and Maurice
absorbing odors. meats at too higha of lawns must be done at once In sternation. In ten days I lost eight were married?
I food remains usable If a temperature order to Insure a thick velvety Edwards have been trying to negotiate little notes -
pounds, and looking back I seem to "To give up our messages
Iwed containers. Canned and themto green while feeding might be a a deal whereby certain would
cause have been In tears most of the time. dally encounters now
f be perfectly safe to use shrink more' continuous process until the middleof Building Permits streets out there can be paved, Before we parted I spoke of marriage undo all the help Martin has givenme.

fft in the cans In which a than necessary.Be June. Throughout the summer but owing to priority rulings, feeling that I could better bear I will anxiously await your
should be done wheneverthe
Canned fruits keep best careful to feeding grass shows evidence of need. R. F. Demoreat, May 21, $430 asphalt in almost Impossible to bad news In the future If I had that decision."

WQ liquid or syrup, olives watch temperatures tog help either through poor coloror j tar general repairs to a house on get They are trying to work out security to go on, but he told me All right, here It Is, Olivette but

plf own brine, and pimi- and time in lack of growth.Be I lots 13 U, 10 & 20 In block 2of I plan> however, for the early paving that It would upset his mother terribly you wan'l like Hi My derision .U

B not become molded if roasting or cooking meats. Meat, vigilant for the first signs of the R. N. Dowling addition to of this subdivision. and said that she was alreadysad that you are playing a very silly

M oU> In which they come cheese eggs and milk are all protein erab-grass and if the plants can't :!Starke; M. R. Judd, May 23, $499 enough. and very' usual office game, and thai

blem of keeping an egg foods which should never be : be dug out while they are small for j jI a concrete block residence 22 RULED INDEX C\UJJ-JdI! Suffered a Shock. you are going to be the Inevitable

two after the white has cooked too long or at too high tem I I at least try to keep them them from before re- .24 feet, on lots 2-4 of block .4of 91 per HltAUFOHD COUNT "After he had gone-he had said loner If you go on.
seeding by raking straight
been used is easily perature since this causes the pro each mowing. And don't neg- the J. G. Alvarez addition. TKLKOHAPH.SUCCESSFUL. more than once that he hoped I Martin, In this case, has nothing

solved if you tein fibers to become tough. I', lect to carry a small bag of lawn would some day meet his mother-I to risk; he will go Just as far as she

just leave the yolk Measure water carefully when I seed with you so that every time went to call upon her. Another girl will permit him In his affair with

in a half of a shell cooking vegetables so you do not you dig a weed out of the grass was there, staying with her, and the pretty little omce girl, and when

i and cover it with have to throw any out and lose you can sprinkle seed in the loosened lr from what they said I realized that he chooses to slop or when his

the other half. valuable minerals and vitamins Into turf. .0. Tod was practically engaged to wife makes matters too uncomfortable

Several egg yolksor the kitchen drain. As soon as foodIs If the busy life you've been leading the other girl. I suppose many a he can gracefully withdraw

several whites cooked serve it immediately as leaves you a bit jaded try a,. girl has had to bear the shock I not hurt at all"by the experience

ar and can be placed in standing or overcooking causes loss mask treatment for a quick pick- PARENTHOOD then experienced, and It Is not about "After all, Martin can say to

k kept well covered. In food value. up. Of course the use of masks Mr that 1 am writing you. It Is about himself, "from the beginning Oli +

of your refrigerator Cook with covers as much as possible for beauty Is as old as woman's another man. vette knew that I was married, and t'
10 "V food remains there proverbial vanity but as long as It I knew that she was a girl who
of hasa 7
fcn. except in the case green "This man Is 42, married and
time. Even' does the trick we can be thankfulfor already had had an unfortunate af
careful : though vegetables which lose their coloring ... daughter of 12. He Is the man "
about the ages of knowledge. If you fair.
storage, do If covered. Starting the cooking of .1 of our office, a fine, gentle,
t ager a
food haven't time to hie to the nearest
to retain Its IF MBS. CATHzana: CONRAD Girls who Indulge In office love
good vegetables with boiling water will considerate friend to me. ire asks
beauty salon to be creamed and
Indefinitely, affairs don't often come out winners.It .
Coekiee cut down cooking time. lotloned and patted back to loveli- UI.... '_ta' Ma oaU e nothing but my friendship and I
Cakes does happen In rare cases, that
kles Bread Our recipe of the day is a good ness don't despair but make yourself want nothing more than this. Sweethearts -
will the man actually gets a divorce, but
Y retain the crisp- example of how you can combine a facial mask and relax for dancing young parties, happiness
ID place them In a loosely several kinds of leftovers Into one 15 minutes or so while the mask la TOWARD A BETTER WORLD are out of my life, and I feel even then her path is not one of c
or box She has to hold his affection -
to won't have roses
Naturally you
permit drying.
the free delicious main dish. The spinach sometimes that the years will go by
from the luxuriously pampered feeling One of the most heartening things known as "youthful idealism." Unused without bringing them back. against overwhelming odds. Society r
may have been left over yes.terday's
you have when a deft fingered beau about the war effort Is the great, this priceless energy dries up. strongly disapproves, and
Lynn Says' : dinner the shrimp from a ty expert works over you but you and exceedingly willing part chil- The lack of !it is then caUed cynicism. "Martin. U call him that first while the voices of his family and
luncheon and the breadcrumbs have clean,fresh feeling and won my Interest by commentingupon
you gave will a dren and young people are playingin ills old friends fall on deaf ears fora
can be smart rolled from stale bread. your skin will have a rosy glow it They've found an amazing Now that we are the parents of my chanced looks and manner few ecstatic weeks of honeymoon k

USe leftovers about Here the Spinach Ring With Sbrlmp Sauce. that will belle your hours of and house-Red number of useful contributions to young people caught up in anotherwar when I was first feeling the after that he begins to hear them.

Cal: are (Serves 6 to 8)) cleaning and gardening make and they accept, even more let us resolve not to waste or heartbreak of Tod's coldness. Fora Would Face Criticism. b

lel\over\ vegetable. 3 caps cooked spinach Crossing.So here's. a recipe for a mask than their parents sometimes, that discourage the beautiful selflessnessthey time I merely said that mailers' His mother and sisters will meet t
from life can't go on a* usual when thereis are showing. Can we do other at home were warrlaome-goodness
ash teaspoon grated
the butter that is simple to make and easy to Olivette, but that is oil they wUl do.
S off and use 1 batter a war to be won. This evidence than dedicate ourselves to living knows they' .eref But after a fewweeks
tablespoon Mix three tablespoons corn- won't make break
family ,
Combln.d use. They a
with that today's boys and girls can to their high alms when we
celery. up cheerful kindness anda
of his ,
and dressing Use ,1 teaspoon salt starch, one teaspoon glycerine and meet change and face ad uncertain read such stirring words as those but they won't like Olivette. They
Its for Itewl, U teaspoon black pepper enough milk to make a soft paste. future with courage and gallantryis written to his parents by a young Iboiuand little acts of consideration will feel Martin has treated Helen
Srrolesser meat pies, U teaspoon paprika Wash your face and neck with soap Lie what we must build on in planning lieutenant in General Wainwrlght'i and sympathy, 1 broke down and dear little Jean very badly.
t and water and apply the paste. the world. Let us not C. Lee of South Pasadena one afternoon when be and I were the
roasts slice eggs 20 minutes, then post-war army Henry Martin Is more accustomed to
have them cold nicely .0 3 caps cream sauce down well for 15 with or warm water, finish make the mistake our elders made Calif.? alone finishing; some late letters, comfortable routine of his home

leftover gravy or serve Ji cup fine bread crumbs with rinse a dash of cold water and pat after the last war of underestimating -' "In the last two months I have and confessed my whole miserable than he knows With all her faults

"ell In ]Meats 1 to Z caps whole canned shrimp your face and neck dry the capacity of youth for sacrifice done a lifetime of living, and have affair with Tod. Helen knows the way he likes his

4w soup caSseroles, croSalads- Chop spinach One and add grated and work In behalf that of wonderful an IdeaL been a part of one of the most unselfish "But this friendship Is being coffee In the morning that he hates

Juice, and bones and onion which has been browned In Before you paint the porch floor I vision Do you we remember had of leading the worldon cooperative efforts that has severely criticized, here In the of- jazz bands, that he likes a late poker

IIh a few com- butter. Season with salt, black pep. fill any cracks between the boards a new road toward real brother- ever been made by any group of flct and by outsiders as well. Now game every week or two. These
11 Into 5oupaetabtea make the well beaten good crack filler. Select a individuals If the same selfless one of my aunts has mentioned It
per. paprika and add with a hood among nations? And what hap world better. details and a thousand others would
1 fate with H4 kind that will stand up under all wealth of spirit were devoted to to my mother. My aunt It seems,
given a Olivette
(bacon yolks. Mix the spinach Run IInleP.d l pened? We were ment In time of peace, what a good have to be explained to ;
drippings weather.
'utt or chicken ups cream sauce and fold in well conditions to fill things we'd never had beforeourown world we would have!" knows Martina wife But ss thereIs she would dislike all his friends, and
and adding fat) by beaten whites. Place In a buttered oil into cracks too narrow that the fillerIs car silk stockings, shoes and absolutely nothing wrong in our he would hate to come home tired
be other
> 1 peeled otherwise and sure gloves to match, our own latchkeyand This war, more than any friendship I refuse to be Intimidatedby
potato bread
Ind ring mold and dust with dry before painting the has furnished and will and find office pats of hers chatting
cooking perfectly club membershIp-and ever fought,
bUbbling. Strain until rumbs. Place In a pan of hot water floor. Dust and water settle in told country to run along and have a good continue to bring ua great examplesof her. Martin makes me only the In the living-room.
r cheesecloth and through and bake In a moderate ((3SO-de- floor cracks making floor hard to time while those who knew best got individual daring and sacrifice. simplest presents; he has given me Besides that finances suddenly (
..tore.I Loosen clean and causing the wood to and gills naturally thrill to handkerchiefs; a bag; and flowers would become While
4k cup Clarllled gree) oven for 20 minutes. keep the country back to normalcy. All Boys Important.
I fat for of deteriorate rapidly. stories and long for the to wear once or twice, when he has
4t recipes by pressing spinach from side the shining freedom we had these Martin had only to buy her lunches I
ked e.reall' mold Heat shrimp with remaining dreamed of bringing to the whole chance to do likewise. But remembering taken me for a drive. and give her small presents he
ea leftover Reopen world turned out to be merely I free- the tremendous, but less lie,.
alt Into jars white sauce and serve in center of Bakery May will His Kindness Saved could well afford to appear regardless
Ind serve or pans.eS spinach ring. dom to amuse ourselves less conventionally spectacular tasks which children peace to "We talk books !Ideals, or just the of money. But when be wouldbe
"Ith bring let us our
syrup to a statement made than preceding genera foolishness of two hU, !first! wife a heavy'
egg yauta I'kt According the high pleasant persons paying
are 1y_ would expert" sJbtem perform them with same
COOd tions. Naturally many young people
'mSyonnai' for week Jack lolu grove, for who like to laugh at the same alimony and paying his daughter'sexpenses
:: ... Sauces you' cooking mud HoutfholJ/ last by turned all their fine energy to courage as our men are showingin
Leftover egg whites and mitt to Lynn Chambers, tfnttrn/ /Newspaper more than a year baker at the doing this thoroughly, and earnedthe combat Let us keep always before things. His greatest delight Is to be too, his Income would be ,
t hr angel food arc Unlo*, If0 South Dfip/ inc* 5... Starke bakery which burned recently title "flaming youth." But oth- them the vision of a better kind to people, and his kindness has heavily taxed. Olivette could not

t agues takes. Cluc.go, IlL P'.a..eelos. e tumofd.i : there l Is a strong pomlblIty ers found no outlet for that urge to world glimpsed by Henry Lee In the saved me when I was sinking with "',Joy such an establishment oesuch

and .auce. /.ddro..d i / far your reply. of the bakery) re-opening- in play a part In a larger life than selfless spirit of has comrades on shame and loneliness. Could you luxuries, as the first wife had.BRADFORD .
.R....... be WI" rn fII..r. Uaen.t the very near future. one's own. the urge which is better Bataan.


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: .} t Newest Version 1 Big News Flash Downs 8th Nazi Madagascar Guards Two Main Supply Rout

Of "The Spoilers" ;i The Wagon Is Back T O D A Vtuul : CHINA

At Park Sunday After all is sold and done, the

, ) horse ix back to ,nay! He was i I \ :IAQ IRAN ,, : < Chungkin !
: : p.
veriiton 3PQp1
The newest screen
here "B C. before car.andI :
Beach Immortal" novel 1, i likely be here "A. D."-after j "\TOMORROW LIBYA ''EGYPt =C-- ..

"The SopllcrH, comes to the I Ideath (of Hitler) Automobile w t rr
screen of the Park Theatre on VR 1 ARA81A q 0a
may come and go but "Old Dobbin" I
'4'' 4 Sunday, Monday and Tuesday as goes on forever. \II' i I ', ANCt'0 .
a raw, teeming saga of the Klondike .. ,, Yens01
Automobile r tionln tire rationing ItGrpnAa ? ;
i > /MllliPgy
1 region. and rationing are sure e Af -
r u 1,' Co-starring Marlene Dietrich, to put the gas horse back In his jn1EiIGN i SUDAN= : U S BRlTrSN i aSIANDS!

,t it; t i Randolph Scott and John Wayne,, original proper high place In the .ETHIOPIA
drama of the northlands RUBBER facts : RDUTFIi
i o IhlH great ongoing of the world! FRII'f1 '' i
4t has an Its keynote the famous A lot of this talk about our acute :
i A Ingle proof of this statementis in one f BFSIJAItK-ENYA
quotation from Kipling rubber situation is apt to go ,_
,f d i "There'll never a law of man or the fact that Slatrunk's store ear and out the otber. If it does, (btIGO : e f

; God holds north of '53." l is now handling the "Hickory it's time every one of us plugged up r ; ; apQA lute
iA v4 Wagon." And If any Starke highbrow that other ear and absorbed the 0r':;
of Ma-
It In the story Cherry
I pit I has never seen a wagon, he facts. a files
lotte, a shrewd, beautiful woman, or she may have this pleasureand I decided! to look over the government's eHt '
i r4 I and of the two men who fought f F i figures on rubber primarily INDIAN ,
t privilege by making a visitto ....
# personal 01.
;at to the death over her love and for my .'
Slatrunk'a store where one III'' ;t : ,
bottom of confusing t .,
k! the ponsesHlon of the fabulous order to get to the r' I ..
exhibited the floor of the -. .
on to determine what d ". "
f rt I Midas gold mine. store. Naturally, old "Dobbin" Lieut. N Roller .( the Soviet was the patriotic thing to do about AUSTRALI

+ The famous: fight scene, which will have his share in the pulling army, commander of an antiaircraft driving my own car. After getting

ran for a full nine page In the of the wagon! battery, with his latest victim. the dope there is no question in ... ..
4' tt j book la played almost exactly a M.r clImUL Kuller's run has my mind but that it is a definitely .. rI
downed eight German raiders todate. : disloyal act for to our cars --
1Y'a i It I nally written. us use
as was o r gl 49S0 -
rf Beach's description of thin mortal Change In EngineersRobert -Sound photo. for any. but the most necessary purposes I Town A4/lfS .. .. ..

., combat 1* and perhaps most the detailed most sequence remembered L. Quick, who came to had their tanks filled with gas, Here are a few of the facts which 4S0MIlU OCEAN Mt1
Starke only two or three weeks stand out:
t f of ltd kind In all fiction. and Home even hoarded a certain JOUTNAfll/A .
1. The
government's reserve supply
anoint U. A Mlchaux TOMAPACMAR
t' ago to as .
r', The film version with Randolph amount. Alno, many persons live of rubber will be pretty well
Scott and John Wayne exchanging residential engineer for Reynolds', nearby and do not use their cars used up this year. After that, nobody .
"Y Bruton, Smith & Hills, Jacksonville o 1000
s the blows, In something neverto for shopping purposes. Again, seems to know where our rub- ..... 1000
be forgotten. engineer In charge of Starke i1 srecentiy acquired a ber, even for vital war needs, will '...
Starke's defense projects, was come from MILES
of who
As an added attraction, Robert I transferred Tuesday for a few army shoppers vehicles are 2. All of the? talk about synthetic

t q W Service, poet laureate of the days work at Keystone Heights dependent upon military rubber and growing guayule rubberin

AlaHkan gold rush and author of before going to the Jacksonville or public conveyances such a s this country doesn't mean a When the British dealt a brief but bloody blow to the resisting French forces to rake flu

"The Shooting of Dan McGrew"and office. Mr Carter arrived Tuesday tation.buses and taxicabs for transpor- next thing two so far three as supplies for the of Madagascar, if* strategic importance to the cause of the United Nations was given i*
or are con
f( I other famous poems, appears from Quitman. Ga., to take cerned. Synthetic rubber years may meet attention As indicated by the above map, the island off the coast of Africa lays directly/ im Ih(
v on the screen for the firm time, his place. Considering these circumstances of needs arteries the United Nations in the east. One is
many our by 1944. but for of the two main supply of the Cape Tan

t.rl ,. y' playing. himself in a brief sequence. Mr. Mlchaux reported that the change It seems at that all has very been little observedby U any little.the next As two for years guayule it will rubber amount to from England and the United States to Melbourne Australia, and the other the Cape 101m

north well In l expected to be completed grown to United Nations forces in India and China.
businessmen since the here
'ft.' Among the featured players and in Mexico-it will be 1943
Tuesday, at which time rationing of gas began.A before the crop will be sizable 1---
y are Margaret Llnduey, HarryCarey
construction of the reservoir and
business enough to count :
and woman stated that
} William, Richard Farnum.Barthelmexs star of the pumpbouse will be begun. Also, her business always falls off an 3. About 98 per cent of the rubber Russell Kay The Nation's No. 1 Life Insurance Po
next week concrete will be poured we import in peacetime comes (
t original/ film version of "T h e forming the walls of the reservoirat average percent during the sum- from lands which are now overrun
mer months. She stated also that - - ----
Nv Spoilers. the City Light Plant. with Japanese so practically
formerly her business was continuous our entire source of natural rubber TOO LATE
1 I, Office 8 u p p Ue... Bradford I The Health Center building will every woman using her is cut of!. :

County Telegraph. be completed within about a own car to come to the beauty 4. The biggest stock-pile of rub- TO CLASSIFY a BY INVESTING
month. Mr. Michaux stated Tuesday ber in the world is on the wheels of
parlor. Now, she said. It comesin TEN PERCENT OF 'rOU
our nation's 34,000,000 The bus station was jammed
r. automobiles.
i spurts, since several of her :!_ INCOME, YOU PQoTECT
3 fO'R
> Unless something Is done soon, :
with people: soldiers and sailorsIn
customers from
1' OFFICESUPPLIES Camp Blanding hundreds of thousands of workers LlFETIJI: IJ\IESOF 'l'ORF'u'\'L
Gas Rationing; come together In one car. in vital war industries will not be i unlfoim, well dressed businessmen \ YOURUOMGANDYCt1RfUTpPiANDLATERGEiALLYOta:
(1 3 ;;
J And BusinessHas One business man said that hie able to go to work when their tires with their brief cases, weary
wear out.SOURCES.
business was off considerable, but faced women burdened with bag MONEY BACK 11'111'1INTEREST

your business been going on that many of his soldier patronswere figures gage and squirming children, 1 II

"as usual" since gas rationing off on maneuvers, which If you like to see actual figures,
began a few days ago'? Is it better made a difference. The general here are the ones which best por negroes In overalls, bright eyed

or worse, or, to tell the truth, concensus o f opinion, however, tray the acuteness of our rubber 'teen-aged youngsters. 3rl

had you detected any differenceat wall that up to date there was situation: My bus was forty minutes late

all- 'Until you suddenly remembered no appreciable difference In the Our normal needs for rubber average -all buses were late now days, b
buxlneaa 768.000 tons a year. Last year i It seemed-and all
that customersdid now as compared with were over
your we Imported about
not have as much gas as for- before rationing days more than was used-which 300.000 is tons the crowded. Gas and tire rationinghad

merly? And since rememberingand major part of our stockpile for this certainly gummed up the na-

checking up, are you quite Too Much Red Tape year. tion's transportation problem.

1 sure whether any suspected depression Last year 54 per cent of our Imports Spying an empty seat, I set

Is due primarily to a So He Closes Up came from Malaya, 36 per tled down on the hard waiting- t y,44 5 ,

For Convenience shortage of gas or to some other Goes cent from the Netherlands East Inr bench. Next to me sat an 11
Your Back To Farm dies, 8 per cent from Ceylon and
natural or accidental cause? 2 per cent from the Burma old man who calmly sucked a

3 The Bradford County The Telegraph this week asked Today, when the general trend That makes 98 per cent-and area.'we pipe. With everything about him

several different classes of burl la away from the farm toward can't get an ounce' of rubber this bedlam and confusion Jostling

Telegraph Is Ever In. nessmen and women of Stark the factory and shipyard, it la re- year from any of those Japanese crowds', screaming kld, sweating
these con trolled areas. The other 2 over-worked who stum-
creasing Its Stock of questions freshing and novel to find at leant, .; per
Of course, It la too early yet to one man leaving his urban business cent came,, from Africa and South bled over your feet, a raucous

$3t Office Supplies. Here give a decision, since many people and returning to his first America: loud speaker that enlivened the

love-.the farm. In 1941 our production of synthetic din with frequent announcements

Are Some of The Many When June 1 rubber was 15,000 tons. This yearit oIl arrivals and departures-the
1, 'f CLASSIFIEDFOR T. rolls around W is expected to be 28,000 tons. 01 1 Items Now Carried: Crosby will close the doors of In 1943, if present plans are carried He was calm, peaceful and a
his filling etatlon-grocery at the out, we may produce as muchas
t corner of Madison and Orange 350,000 tons and in 1944 may picture of contentment. Courtnr Dnrsr rn,

Adding: Machine Paper RENT -- large furnished streets and go back to his 40-acre push this production as high as 700- His face, while furrowed deep I

house with all modern conven : farm, raven miles west of Starke 000 tons. That's sorrething to look with the markings of experience, rotates if Itself with l achieve
Carbon Paper iences. Suitable for four con on Road 28. forward to-but it's not going to still was a kindly face. There was given encouragement. : human welfare and i

IA genial couples. T. Frank Land solve our rubber problems for sometime a humorous twinkle about his I hastily assured him that I better world will ilseootl
Manila Clasp Envelopes rum Starke. ItIK II a thirsty Telegraph reporter to come. clear eyes and his personality, found his expressions keenly in of the old, to the credit

Ytk t Pay EnvelopesFile stopped at the little store As for guayule, which has been strong, reserved and powerful, teresting. "But tell me," I urged, and the everlasting glory) ;
YOU WOULD BUY lust Saturday and asked for a grown in small quantities in Mexico "what GOOD In this
OR SELL seemed to silently dominate the ;you see Then pocketing his P
cold drink we have started growing that in
Folders Gem Clips milk cows, stock cows, beef Mr. Crosby ran his scene war!" a battered win
nurseries but it will be 1944 beforewe picking up
"' r Ruled Index Cards cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get arm brought deep forth Into the lea box and get any crop-and that crop will "This fool war has sure messed "First," he said, "It will make lost himself in the crowd i

In touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., "Just a bottle-the last. be only 12.000 tons. By 1946" we things up," I said, more to make people think selfishly in the me pondering over the '!

Ink (Pints & Quarts) Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake another reason why I'm may have 75,000 tons available conversation than anything elBe beginning, but as hardships and of this world conflict at
i City; Telephone 481 Lake City. going out of business," he said. from that source-and after that The old timer could h
Clothes eyed me steadily difficulties increase, more of each myself If It truly
r Marking Outfits "I
; J Auction market got all the Coca Cola and Pep the yield will increase rapidly.! But
every Thursday I for a moment before> he replied. other. It has scattered men of GOOD"
si that's five
: Cola from now and 1
Ruled Legal! Note Pads on all classes of live stockat they'd let me have, and years we "It's a good class
there'll be no can't put the war oft for five yearn I thing a good every creed and color over
Lake City at 2:30: P. M. til more deliveries un 1 war,", was his startling comment. the face of the earth where, -
Covers tomorrow.But .
Manuscript 5-8-43 TIRES reclaimingThe "Oood war?" I echoed, "How shoulder to shoulder !in a brotherhood MANUSCRIPT COW\

Mimeograph Stencils only the cold drink shortage Is only source of rubber in any can ;you say that?" "A Just of men, they are abating Ina per 100 BRADFORD f
,- FOR 8ALK-Fryers, and one small contributing fac quantity available to us today is
one war a
a tor righteous war, perhaps common cause. It Is welding a TELEORAPIL
r to Mr.
Mimeograph Paper Crosby's return re-claimed rubber. Reclaimed rubber
half pounds up. Day-old chicks to the . but not GOOD "
a world
I' farm.'I won't by Itself, do a lot of the war great union and out of !tall

Mimeograph Ink New Hampshire reds, hatched never went to school jobs for which we need rubber, but, Sucking on his pipe reflectively, I vision a world In For Athlete' F .
weekly B. E. Wasdin. three he much, by using partly re-claimed rubberIn the old man appeared to be carefully spiritual values will take dominance I mi.
"and Tetter
Onion Skin says now It I Worm,
Paper miles north want a Ring
of Waldo
I on State most everything we can make weighing .his words beforehe over the material, where -
gallon of
alt d Pencils road 13. 5-1 3tp gasoline I have to fill our stockpile of imported rubber made reply. Coda unlimited abundance will [
out a ETTERO l lAt
great long blank
almost as last longer.It .
"The lessons T
of be
progress are made available to all
t Pencil HELP WANTED-Male or fe bad as if I was applying for an Is estimated that there peoples "
Sharpeners may sometimes DrugJt"'t'
cruelly be saId according their need. Science
A male. Clerk, paint color-minded. old age pension. be as much as a million tons of
i1: Duplicate Receipt Books Give age and experience. Box "I Just can't make It. There'sso rubber in the homes of America in "Only those bitterly learned and industrytory will again concern

,,1. Rubber Bands 431-D. lip that much a fellow government like red tape now the form, toys of, worn old rubber out tires boots, hot, wa-galoshes ship through can struggle bring ,permanent grief and hard-ad. f",,,,..,.-.,"_,,,,,.,._,,,.".._..,,_,.,,...,,.,.,.,.,.,.,_.,...,,.,,.,,,,_,,,,.",,'...,,....".....,.....,.,.."."..........",.,,...,,,",.'...".......,.,.,,."...............,...................'...".."....,.........".-....-"",",",..,..,.,,,..,,, r
me can't
"' F''OR stay ter bottles, etc. If we will all vancement to mankind .
Salespads Scotch Tape RENT-Two 3-room co .. In business I'm This
ages with shower, commodeand t the farm. going back to search our houses and backyards titanic struggle, this world revolution Acme Paint & Neon
for of rubber and will
Stapling: Machines every scrap which Is just! beginning
lavoratory. to
kitchen sink. But if
you think Mr. Crosby turn it in when there Is a local
Rubber Stamps'Stenographer Furnished completely with new Is unhappy over this turn of rubber collection It will go a long make itself felt to us here, though
Sa furniture. One mile north of events, you're dead way toward easing the situation.But seemingly evil In Itself, I I. in 155 Court Street

Note Pads Starke on State Farm Road. $3 5 "I don't mind a bIt wrong." he said. when re-claimed rubber is reality a powerful,force for good,

Typewriter Ribbons month.-D. A. Judd. Itp "I'd rather farm all day, when I considered, our automobile tires the fruits" of which posterity will GLIDDEN RAPIDCOTEVARNISH
r can must be a great temptation to those reap.
.' Shipping; Tags ROOM FOR RKNT-double room; than make anything out of It, officials whose job it I..* to find the But I don't understand I
x .t twin beds; lavatory; private en to" work in thin. place two rubber for our war needs. Each of stammered

Metal Rim Tags I trance; new hom. 500 North hours us, on our cars, carries about 70 "I know" he
Jdry y I Walnut. Then too, If it takes a back-to. pounds of rubber tires--a total of said, "few people
O. K. Paper Fasteners 1 Itp the-farm 'movement to help win 1.180.000 tons or almost twice the do yet, but they will, son .

j 5 ; Asco Paper Fasteners 'LARGE adjustable drafting _table the war Mr. Crosby is perfectly all amount we ordinarily!in consume for They will as the firm hand of adversity Very low priced for fine. quaJi1)4
purposes a year. relentlessly
with high stool and T willing to do his part He tightens *
/ Card File Indexes Suitable for square lises that perhaps we'd win rea We are being permitted to continue grasp, leveling the high and the r 1 Excellent for Inferior or sy'"'
contracting engineers a lot running our cars only becausethey waterpoflc
i quicker If low, visiting pain and terror on 1 rtor. Woof
4 Card Index Trays:! and architects use Mrs. more ex-farmers would are a necessity. We must mop all alike and prooLVAi1NISH
regardless of wealth RAPIO proof mar-
} L. M. Clark, p O. Box 306, follow his good example. thinking of them as being pleasure station or tOTE
Eterhandy Paper Clips Starke. lip cars and must stop all nonessential men's hearts are
( riding. We are being entrusted thereby cleansed of selfishness,
event Births
i ; Clip Hoard Arch Hoards EMPLOYMENT WANTED-Posi with precious rubber which H hate and greed and we learn to I

tion a a waitress Mrs Wm. needed for bombers, ships end love our neighbors as ourselves
Expanding Paper Files Poling Phone 1, Luwtey. Itp Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman, tanks-only to permit us to go on It cannot be a good world

Metal Files Highland, May 25, boy, Lester playing vital roles in civilian life- for you and me to live In until
FOR Walter. to carry on our Jobs and to VW"?
SALE-Practically new 5- perform It !is a good world for all man- Reg. $5.00 and1.50
India Ink war duties.
Trays burner oil stove, with oven. $2 5 kind to live
MOTH: OV APPLICATION The burden of keeping America' In We have refused -
;Marvel Punches cash. See Florence Gill at Shell 1 I"OR Tt'" I>KKI: >>> civilian to share our blessings and GLIDDEN
rolling GLIDDEN
I Bulk Station, Starke. < *..t. Hill >... IU.1> economy rests en
Itp NOTIPK IS:: HKKKBY the shoulders of America's motor. In consequence must be taught to
i Scratch Pad Holders FOR SALE Trailer That or Tax U. I). Vlnln holder of OtVEN 4-9th*, ists. A "pleasure trip" from nowon share through suffering." I JAP-A-LAC FLORENAMEl
mO Ortlflrara
No. 142. luinird gives the keenest pleasure Had I
Ink Eraser the 7th tJ encountered
Stick Files day of such
equipped. See H. July A. D. philo-
t1 1 A. Snyder, fll..d 1930 hn* our enemies 4 HOUR ENAMEL *
same In my office and sophy emanating from the for **
Starke ha
Dry Cleaners & mud enamel
Ring Binders : Laun- application for ... A true
a lax
dry. It bIt iMftiiAtl thereon Said certificate d d to I would not have been surprised An extremely long-wearing and worr.I. **alt

embrace the fallowing deiirrtbed. STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS but to meet It In a busy bus ter enamel that dries quickly to concrete floors'o ,
LOST -- Red butt-headed cow. Stifle of Florida the County, to-wit of: Bradford, ISo each- BRADFORD sisal from aa unknown seat companion : : : a woih- CmMe

Marked crop split one ear, $It F.of\ K, HWV, 80. IT: Twp, moS COUNTY TELEGRAPH. : was startling. Curiously able,'il.- one

straight split in other ear. or' lea.! containing- Acre. i I turned to study him. "Are tike finish./

BRADFORDCOUNTY White bushy tall $3 reward._ rrThee sses..sent of the said prop you a minister or an evangelist?" 11
L. V. Waters the .al Brooker. S-29 4tp sued wa In the name of Emplr> A dim out of every "

11.! 40 MILES from Camp Bland Ing- redeemed t'nlee. *Company.said certificate nhall b ; dollar we earns old"Neither man who, he has replied had 'just time'an to aura r.we

TELEGRAPH Apartments, one to three property Ae.crIAW aornrdlnir therein to law.will th h s IS OUR QUOTAfor think and reflect I forget sometimes ,
rooms, with old
+ private bath Rate: to rho hlcneet bidder at the that IK> many others
Phone $3 to $14 rourthouee door on tho uE
29 first Mon
monthly. No *
street dnv In the month of Jnlv, 1942. VICTORY withuLWARBONDS and. whUe not Intending to intrude REO., REO. ,
t r Just Interlachen, which l I. the nth day of I
ask July, 141. sort of think
out loud
for Dated thle ISth' I ;1. 5
W Sue Bates. d ay of May, 1941. hope 95cPGf
Itp fnpfiriAI.r KKAO A. J. ThornaK,; you forgive me. Old
Clerk of Circuit' Court of men, know
often .
I. m tit, County, Florida. (-2* 41 a.n are gar- _,. ''''101 AeeeAlenl/.1'RIaq.IGM7nnn; / .,' ""' _...."..=. _.- _

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