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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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New Homes In Davis Sub.Division i Church of Christ Recently Completed \ \
Controlake Council '
City War
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Effect Calls Off I Plans to BuyStanding I'



July f '. 4 Vote On BeerThe j Acreage f



.I rent control placing i a City Council Tuesday night, I
Testimony given at hearings on
In the Galnes I
rent June 16. voted L al'ell at the Januar; the 1013 Military\ Entablements !

level, will become effec guno" on their,former decision to I I Appropriation bill In Washington

be 1 end' of June Regional have "no Sunday bee In Staike 11 Tuesday disclosed the fact that
the War Department expects topurchase
Frank C
nt Executive Because of a number of beer deul- "
Atlanta Tues part/ of the land onwhleh
la ,
bounced the first of era and a few s y m p a thUIng: .-" rAflf'r Camp Blandlng Is situated.

Inn payable friend lobbying for Sunday beer, .. Following the testimony\ Con- I,
\ be affected. at the council meeting on June 2, greasman Lex Green stated that t'
that rents tiRill I
| believed the members who themselves r c .- f
he had been advised. that $540,700
not be appreciably since mo;:t : _______ thought beat to have no beer sold i, ne would be spent! for the purchaseof I
older,
by the In Staike from midnight Saturday '
27,172 acres at BlInding This E

cW!* here Jinuary: was 'already 1, 1941.; Attractive new home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Carlisle\ In the L. ,\. to midnight Sunday, decided !: renting quarters for e,eral years, the nuirilx-i-. of his does not comprise the entire acreage .
before< '
Isolated< Instances ol f DuvU' sub- camp.If
peases, even at this lat< ( 0. the question. They voted to have|I uttrartlte hulMIng recently completed on McMulion! St., it I>I
,e been reported in recen Mayor N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr., call of the xrhool h
and these will doubtless an election at an early date to first Indication that the War Department t;!
I In the bud. Nettle the matter. In order to has
permanent plans

ord Boys save Mayor the decided coat 01 two to postpone elections, the the 5th RegistrationNext Stores Won't t Close for niandlng. < I,

vote until the- general city election -
g To Fight- on September 8. In the Merchants Asked

heir[ Reasonsre meantime, at the" regular meeting Tuesday 4th of JulyIndependence To Aid Bond Sale

June 18 the Council rescinded the

Bradford County boys action of June 2 calling for a Next Tuesday June 30, between day comlnj: this On July 1st
it Joined the Army, ai referendum 'on the question, and f
I the hours of 7:00 9:00P.
: A M. and : year on Saturday and near army All merchants In Starke and
aiding after passing rigid voted to let'their former decision M.\. the Starke "all
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at Armory, Bradford County ( I n fact, allover
It wan revealed yesterdayafter
and mental teats-thelip of no Sunday beer stand. payday, fi-
men born on or after January 1, the United States) are requested -
toward participation Ir an uno f theist survey by t,
1922 and on or before June 30 by President Roosevelt to
against the Axis nation. 1924" will register with the Bradford Police Chief A. L. Alvarez and cease all I business transactionsand

mewl other the young men 44u j,. e. Rubber Drive County Selective Service Ben Holtzendoif, Starke merchants refrain from selling anything

ye Joined fighting Board for possible military ser will not colxe their buntnessen. except War Bonds and Stamps
hey have definite reasons vice. This will be the fifth such from 12 o'clock noon to 12:15 next
glad! to help carry th Small but complete fct lhl new borne recently completed for Mr. Still In Progress registration. to be held throughout One groceryman said: "I Wednesday July 1. This procedure I
Hitler and his. partner! : to close at 10:30: P. M."
U the United States and plan
and Mrs. Jot E. WllNoa. It one of severat new houne-j In the In has been urged upon the
Duvl-t Nub-dlvlslon. Bradford County, and plans. are Likewise there will be no people of America In order to-
lance Henry Cone 31, .ii J. B. Alexander, chairman of made "to .
being register approximately county-wide celebration In Starke. boost the sale of war bonds and
"to protect my family the Bradford County Petroleum ,
one-half the number of
However the Women's Service stamps. I
help other men, protect Industries Committee announcedthat men who were registered In the "Kvery\: merchant should a t
Aircraft Health Center Organizations of the various
Wahiing'VitaUy 25,000 pounds of scrap rub- third registration." least have some war stamps on

*! Edwin Lott. 20, a truck ber were salvaged here during the The following persons have been USO'. (YMCA, YWCA, NCCS and hand for sale at that, time, and
'eels that he can improve first week of the "campaign.. endIng appointed by the Local Board JWB) are plannUig. a celebration remind all customers that they

tl knowledge. protect bU. ImportantCpl. Accepted By FWAA last Friday. He stated that members to serve as chief registrars all their own. They expect to entertain would' sell nothing during that

and learn a trade. around 13.000 pounds would be and are requested to reportto about BOO soldiers from 13-minute period except bond.

Harvey McCarthy, SU, ,. collected during th. current week. the office In the armory Mon Camp Blinding with a Southern and stamps" Nat, Steraberg. I'
:, says he will try to be a M. S. .Wood,; in charge .... i Joint'In pectlon w a a held At the same Idler "because It'. rotas a field 'crew" effecting and organ Wednesday of the' new Health Issued a call tta all citizens to and supplies: cutting. which will take place at division of the war bond commit I I .

a lot of good soldiers to islng' airplane observation posts, : Center on Church Street by representatives bring In to nearby service stations 'MIss Madge Mlddleton Starke; 3 P. M. tee has suC/.ted./ i ,
war" was In Starke theflrst of tit. from fhe Board oi all articles; of discarded rubber Earlier In, the afternoon they "
L. H. Hill Lawtey; Claude May
HUller artow. 203.takami week conferring wits H. A: Carl County Commissioners ,the con' that may be,- found by a Hampton Mrs., Ruth Frailer, plan to have 'relay races, contests Sprias1 .A,. I
; Silver\ :
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for' his country to ton. enter observer for Starke. tractor. ,, the .architect a ad the thorough search "jnrongh attics, Graham; ),{ra. Resale Colson, and ''a band cvneert 'while later : .. J '

e, tdll,'lh'r In perrnanpitheir Corporal Wood explained ,t'be Federal" Works Agency "Tt wai basements garages .and, barns. Brooker Mrs. Floy Sullivan, The- In the evenblfrwa shUlgton. street Plans CelebrationFor
'If/' '11 t method by1 which"civilian obaervrs accepted; subject to a few' xnlnoi' Service station ''operators of the rensa; and Mr. R. R. Andrews, north (USO Club '' ,

Inductlonlnto 'the..' spot and report plane In the touch-up 'repair Jobs, and the country, responding to a call of New River.YWCA. No. 1) where the event will beheld I' July 4th

these men have had following statement: keys were turned over to W. M.\. President Roosevelt are donating ) will be roped off and a ;

.> physical and. mental First It appears a. a tiny sped Edwards, chairman of the Commissioners their time and services as collectors street dance wilt be held, accord Silver Springs (Sp.clalFreshrrom In newsreel

d each has been outfitted in thesky and gradually it loom! t of crap rubber for 16 days Completes Ing to Miss Jewell PI't! nell, their national appearance magazine action _'
1 worth of the best equip- larger, and. within IS second: "The entire county personnel Is from June 15 to 30. The scrap First Aid CourseThe assistant director of the YMCA. and sklls and
hots water
on
cia Sara can buy after_' it Is sighted, the Firs well pleased with the building" rubber can either be donated by f seven
s I from Starke who have Fighter Command of the U, S said Mr. Edwards after the Inspection the public, with the proceeds going following women have just Rotarians Hear Gardens tans, a bevy beauties o will be

lelr places in the ranks of Army receives a* call over'' long tour. "It is a beautiful to worthy war-relief agencies. completed a first aid course con here on Saturday and tobol'I"I"

ii fighting men afe Louts distance telephone telling It 'of,the convenient and adequate build- or the service station operators ducted In the Woman's Club Dr. Eatornelle ifternoons, July 4 and 5

Bennett, 21, a carpen- planes appearance, its type, Ing." It was inspected by Mr. Edwards will pay one cent per pound.. building by Miss Sarah Reed, n'clock In one of the I
per; Billy Sunday Over- whether It Is alone or with a and A. .1. Thomas, Circuit Uncle Sam promising!! to reimburse assistant!! director of the YWCA Or. C. Eatornelle, field directorof water sports shows ever seen In {

p. a farmer; Harry Koren, group and the direction In which Court Clerk, for the Board; Dr. them later for such cash (USO): Mrs. Ruby Batey Mrs the American National Red Florida. ,
this call, M. Ford director of the health outlays. Mrs. L. H. Jen- Cross at Camp Blinding, gave an
otographer; Elmer Blanmas. it Is headed. Through jr. W. J. Epperson, A patriotic theme will highlight .
truck driver; andC. and others which have given similar unit; U C. Hoch from the FWA.. "By salvaging rubber everybodycan nings. Mrs. James M. Falrcloth Inspiring talk at the Rotary Club the entire program that wIllie

Rhoden, 28, an elec- Information about the flight, and by the contractor and the help his country to overcomea and Mrs. B. F. Falkenberg.This Wednesday" on the subject of, i climaxed by a beauty contest
whether architect.It of vital war makes the fourth class to "Faith. He denounced cynIcism
er. (
? Headquarters determines serious shortage ''a who lost faithIn In which Array, Navy, and Marine I
that
It ia 1 friend or foe. will be perhaps' four weeksor material," said Mr. Alexander complete the first aid course sine stating man lose Zorps members will be Invited to
er Pastor Observer In Key Man more before equipment can be "Every little scrap Is worth while. the emergency began, totaling his fellowmen, would soon act all judges

It Is highly Important that thi secured for the center and It will A bathing cap, an old hot water perhaps 73 or 80 to receive certificates faith in himself. The July 4 performance will\

ot InstructorFrank First Fighter Command receive< be ready for occupancy, Mr. Hoch bottle, an unusable tire or tube- A class consisting of Dr. Estornelle Is a member of >e a part of Marion county' all- .:
this Information Instantly frost stated. While the FWA has approved these are the kinds of 014 rubber the B. H. S. teachers was taught the Rotary Club at his home in lay celebration. A parade of 3,*

II Robinson and ,son all posts In whose line of vision the plans for equipment that our country needs. by Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. N. Vicksburg, Miss, and makes up XH> defense workers will open the I''
pent Thursday night the aircraft appeared. It to important and furnishings, bids cannot be "The coming week-end affords D. walnwrlght, Jr.: a class of his attendance regularly 1 I In: lay's activities In Ocala at 10
f day of last week In the for the reason that this received until the WPB has approved an .excellent time for family women was taught In the courthouse Starke. Among his other accom- I'clock. with defense demonstrations (

Krs Mr. and Mrs. U F. nation 1s at war, and all\ planes a priority number which groups to undertake the greatest by Mrs. Hart and Mrs. plishments. Dr. Estornelle is an. planned at the Ball Park at t

loin Robinson was on her I in the air are considered enemy will assure their securing the nec- treasure hunt In history," Mr. Walnwrlght and a class of men excellent story teller and his U ,o'clock and an address by ':
her husband the Rev. until they are Identified. ShouldIt cessary items.Favorable Alexander said. "We can ransack was taught in the courthouse by humorous tales have been a bright Dean Walter J. Matherly of the ;1

tobinson.nk III In Tifton. Ga., be a bombing raid the Civilian news from the Bilateral our houses from cellar to attic Prof. M W. Morrow. spot of many recent meetings University of Florida following.A Ii
will enter Emory Service Officer, Fire Hose Company has The will be offered ''I
rubber. baseball
Warning of
Air Raid for old bits scrap game
'y. GA, for the summer who sits at the operations boardIn caused the city to be optimistic pile ia growing hour b y hour Road 261 Looks Good To EveryoneBut it 3 o'clock, with the Silver )'

Robinsons headquarters, alerts the ares and It is expecting to receive at pound by pound by the ton and Especially to E. F. Phillips and CrewThe Springs' water .how set for 4 ,,
have been llv"cadla Involved and then the airraidwardens an early date the 3,000 feet of by the carload; every little bit, no 'clock. A rodeo is planned fori ,I

'here for the past two auxiliary firemen, auxiliary fire hose ordered sometime ago. matter how Insignificant it IB, straight stretch: of gleamIng never Intended for heavy travel I o'clock, with a public dance at I 1/;

t (the Mr. Robinson was policemen, ambulance corps Again. while for a time It seemed whether it is an old tennis shoe white llmerock, reaching out and much of It Is on a deep sand the Ocala Auditorium at 10 0'. f fclock.
Methodist church. and all other civilian defense or Impossible to secure a sorelyneeded or broken rubber doll, will count roadbed. Unusually rainy weather .
tor that time he was for two ganlzatlona! assume their designated new fire truck because of when the final returns are in. from East Call Street,: nearer and and the constant. flow of trucki At usual, the Silver Springs (I

_a rch.of the Starke :Meth : posts and prepare for the priority rulings. City Clerk Carl Perhaps, as had been suggested nearer to Camp Blanding every and cars caused the shoulders ol water pageant and beauty contest "

'''of! B. Frank in is a bomblnK. Johns had a telegram'which Indicates by others, the rear trunk or day, couldn't look any better to I the road to crumble away In hug will\ be offered tree to the public ;;

Junior H S. and of the The key to this entire set-up, that there Is now every rumble seat of many cars has a Starkeltes It it were paved with hunks x>th days.leip d dI'
plans College at Oxford. the one who sets a\1\ ,this elaborate likelihood that in a short time one rubber mat which although not gold. But of all people whose The only quick remedy for Mr, '

to become a physi- machinery in motion the one will be forthcoming.As essential to the car, contains be- hearts are gladdened by this Phillips and his crew was to patch Beautify a

Robinson who starts It by means of a long far as the fire station Itself tween four and seven pounds. of beautiful sight perhaps none \In up the .sides with "plant mix" '
the desired a chap- distance telephone call. la the 1s concerned. wet weather has vital material." more relieved than rotund E. F. meaning a prime of "cutback" t Camp Hospital
P Army! but being un. aircraft hindered the work but had mixed cutback combined .
the who bas of
I civilian\ ,observer of greatly "This is perhaps one of the Phillips-the man coating
seCure '
has been
that, he enlisted service the civilian arm progress bas been very satisfactory jobs the peopleof the never-ending Job of keeping with sand, rock and asphalt. Mrs. 0 L. Beasley
fay and is at present a warning Mr. finch said. moot Important to lamed chairman of the local committee -
of the U.' S. army. Members of otherwise our state have ever been called Road 48, between Starke and Here In where troubles began in
contributions
Vector at Tifton. He was organization of over Lack o f sufficient endorsement concluded )ff. Blanding-from crumbling to dust multiply, however. About the to receive
this great to do
.. he became a .mlnw -. SOO.OOO men and women of this from the higher-ups In the army upon Alexander. "With the coo p for the past 20 months. time the Initial layer of prime noney or In shrubbery for the

stated nation from one end of our has temporarily held up work on eratlon of the public In bringingIn During this time, Mr. Phillipsand was shoveled onto the surface, It Mautlflcatlon of the hospital
Hospital
watchIng disposal plant. but Road Department rained. Can and trucks pounded [rounds at Camp Blandlng. -
to the other, are the sewage' the rubber, with the helpof his crew of State
country scrap believe that pleas-
Takes Truck our sky every hour of the 'day progress on the rest of the pro the state local salvage committees laborers have been on holes In the loose substance. making attaches definite .'
are a
Bull Too and night of every day in the ject has been satisfactory. which have cooperated the job six days a week-and It next to Impossible for coating the ant factor surroundings In favor of the quick re. !
Road maintain the
all-
that -keeping crew to
to give feel that the service sometimes Sundays
watching splendidly we and drive Is
year of patients, a
C a 'lot of bull," thought Important call t o headquarters Herb Thomas station dealers and petroleum 48 passable for the unbelievably long enough to mix the remainderof overy: made to landscape the j
L. In streamed into the necessary' Ingredients to sing
Alvarez plane appears will justifythe heavy traffic that :
Monday night the Instant a bulk plant agents surrounding the hospital
ia n told him that he had their line of vision They are men Now In ArmyA trust which the President has and out of Camp Blanding In the complete the task."Undoubtedly ground Blandlng. .

ull' right In front of the and women In every walk of life, the Tlnes- placed In them.:' re-gasollne rationing era. I the maintenanceof has at A number of nurseries and In-
'atre. few days ago of early construction Road 48 during this period I
And desire to serve Back In the days '
!!
the the
Chief donated ,
was inspired by of Herb llvlduaU have already
picture headache in
carried a
WAS as Union .almost two years ago been the biggest!:
Jt Brahma a lot of bull. $150: their country and Its under army the Instructions Thomas, son of Mr*. R. A. Better Bus ServiceTo now-when- Starke was suddenlyconverted Florida's road system." one of the >lants. for this worthy cause and i
bull, that be work directly to either I
Interviewed give
they being I wishing
he was anyone
Thomai. as from a small farming crew loudly complained. I
Purchased In Gainesville\ of the army. induction Silver Springs shrubbery get In :
officer at the who have ash: or may
day'' Not Inevitable I by an community to one of Amel'lca'aNo. Some of the ones
I only the bull. Believe Bombing NatIon at Camp Standing Direct than 6,. struggled tirelessly along with I ouch with Mrs. Hea.ley.
V tO n black Fort Is It necessary, you ask? The Mr. Silver Spring (Special) 1 boom-towns mOre J JNew
Ith War has said that when he Joined the army. bus service between Ocala 000 civilian automobiles pasued: to Mr Phillips are: John Andrews,
was hauling wnse tag -01-62 Secretary of the United States Thomas Is a veteran big league and Silver Springs went Into effect and fro over Road 48 every day, M. T. Warren, V U Starling. J. ? House Completed .
him to his the bombing of who served in World War L,. K Edwards, W. A.
E. Bennett
endless streamof
announced the
M4JtvUle has player week-end. it was I to menton
army last not
In, Inevitable. The Mr A. F. Sauls, who
was missing Is Cecil Harris, Leo. F. Mr and !
service I. Don Kay, prenllent trucks and reconnalsancecars. Raulerson,
by
warning today Army
ordered the aircraft 40-year-old player started I Gad Griffin Lawrence live at B13 McMahon street, just>
he Of The Co. Starting.
> Transit .
XtorrU Bell, who Into constant duty. with Jacksonville of Ocala ompleted: this week a new 4- ,
he' Who tU baseball career give an \idea of the Parrlsh and V E. Williams.But '
VvUclc' and hi l Is necessary. Service for the present la offered Juat to you frame residence near their
It I
> cousin State
course.! in the old Florida road now they watch the new room
\ been to keep a
will\ It ha*
1d bull parked their knows when. the enemy and later played with t 0 Silver Springs from strain two I I Highway No. 261, 'reaching home on Lake street Just off the
for the
n "PP <1 In the A A: Aid itrlke? Ou. country Is at war. Mew League York and Boston National Ocala thrice daily-at 9:30: A. M. like 43 in repair few figures.It past Its super long llmerock arms out to talford road A. A. Annis was r
ette strikes here a
are
for bite to eat. find a wise enemy usually Recently he baa been l:3O and 6:30: P. M.. with hourly years that. there have Blandlng farther and farther be contractor, and the $3,500
they Were where we least expectt. League. Fort icrvlce on Saturday, Sunday and Is estimated 'HA house was completed Inthree
and >
about the
"" gone when a nag e r of trips to and every day, and they breath a sigh
ob- player-m been over 4000.000
these )(
.and that at ft A. Is
starting It equipped
fact
when months.
tb l they re* The very Lauderdale Tarpons. It has been holidays during this period. of relief. If anyone should ask
the Blandlng
laM from
,7ie.1twaa bull are on constant alert that be I. Round-trip rate for civilians 48 Is. hroughoul with new furnishings
gone tervera laid of Mr. Thomas It have ranged you. the dally drudgery on .
I-p u-tlng
1 called vehicles
this time no trace only civilian unit thus far only professional baseball cents with a 23 cent round trip The truck to one Job they won't mind givingup. aDct is for rent Mrs. Sauls stated.dnesday.
the Army
found that heaviest
the
of either duty. Is Indication War 1 ate for uniformed men and Red from ii
truck or nto active who was In World J.I Road 49 was .
@rltf And our layer lightest "peep
& O. Andreu an- we must be prepared. who U still active. Croaa Nurses in service. the ,,
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Y. i visited relatives Sunday.
Beach
the general standard of living to a level well beyond ( Ann and Gayle Moore Master home by

4'' The Bradford County Telegraph anything we have known. r Fred.. all Moore of Lawtey.and Jas E. Goodfellow. They Mrs Alta were accompanied Cuudloso, who will laf&t

; t. Established 1811MEMBER It Is a healthy sign. that, even as we grapple spend some time with them.
with the Immense problems of war, we are also Don and Elisha Fieyer and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards of

''V : r thinking ahead to the peace to come. Mrs. Lennie Draughty others Fernandina visited their brother-
and sister of Mrs. J. L. Harrell. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs

_FLORiaAPRSSSASSOCLA110N) Control Of Venereal Disease have returned to Moultrle, Ga., R. S. Wasdin, recently.Mr t i sor d "How fo Win Friend
s' NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION with
several days
after spending Edmondson!
Suppression and Mrs. Wiley
a! i i 's 1O.41 Must Come Through their sister Martel, Helen and and Influence People.9THE
________ Editor and Owner and daughters,
L
L laU1lewll small
President! Roosevelt's appeal for eradication of Mrs. C. L. Carter and Doris of Miami spent the week

Utt' SUBSCRIPTION KATE red light districts has been labeled by Dean Walter son Larry, of Tallahassee arrived end with Mr, and Mrs. Harvey
of the Florida State-Wide Friday for a weeks visit with Starling.
Yearly ,..73; Six. Month. $1.00 J Matherly, President Mrs. Carter's parents. Mr. and
Public Health Committee, as the "only practical Miss Mildred Thomas returned
Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck Mrs.\. Carter CITY AND THE
after spending
to the venereal disease problem. home Saturday COUNTRY
and Entered M Sect! approach Hilda Wyrlck.
Friday formerly
rabUKhed Weekly on Mr. Roosevelt laid the responsibility for suppresslon was several days with her grand. I received a letter this morning asking whether
at the Post Office at SUtke. Fto. Miss Carolyn Moore, young Mrs. Lizzie Dryden, In *
td, 9mA Clus Matter of citizens In mother
of prostitution! at the door daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. thought the average person living in New York

communities concerned, and Dean Matherly told Moore of Jacksonville, Is here Starke. smarter than the average person living in the smanl
; The American Way Of Life the President. in a commendatory communication, visiting relative. Mr. and !.'::rs. Ancll Norman Marion This letter reminded me that I too used to believe a,
,
; and children, Kenneth, (
v ( that the 10.000 members of the Florida State-Wide Palm city man had every advantage.
1 Is Being Revolutionized By War Mrs! Jack Balles, of West I and Wanda of Rising visited Mr.
l i1'Y Public Health Committee had been endeavoring to Beach, is here for a weeks' stay and Mrs. R. M. Johnaon Sunday. I did not see a street car more than four or fin I*
;th'' We are at last beginning to feel the colossal kindle public opinion In favor of strict enforcementof with her mother, Mrs.' Mae B. : before I was 29 years old and, because I had spent an

; $ +d i changes war has forced on the economic and social existing laws against prostitution and segregated Wells Mrs. Balles expects her WCTU GLEANINGSWAR years milking cows and plowing corn, a city seemed
i.. I next six months or husband to Join her here later in
d life of the nation. And In the districts. AND STRONG DRINK like a vast fairyland palpitating with glamour and*
,link ,I f o. changes In a far greater degree than anything Governor Holland announced a few days ago the week. By J. C. Spivey bing with romance. *
we bave yet experienced will Inevitably take place. that venereal disease rates In Florida were beginning Ancil Futch, now stationed at I felt that people in a great city like New Yorkm.
of kind needs our
pp It should be clear to everyone by now that to show a downward trend. Although) the Spence Field. Moultrie. Ga., arrived Business" any far superior to us farmers. It took several
#' several days'visit best. This la more true now than years of i
last week for
ti' ') { : a the American standard of living, which has been national syphilis rate for World War II Is lower with hla parents, Mr. and It ever has been. The time that a in a city to teach me how wrong I was. I have kvedlt

per ,4 r f. / Infinitely luxurious by comparlaon with that of than World War I, it has been gradually increas- Mrs. Silas Futch. business would practically run York city for more than a quarter of a century now ,

} mont of the ret of the world will be largely ing since the outbreak of the present war. "ThatIs Young J. C. Prevatt Jr., of Itself; but that la not true today. I can assure you that the average intelligence of the*I

'k o t abandoned for the duration. Thin year, our na- why we cannot afford to relinquish our vigil Lawtey has a date with Uncle It takes all our thought, energy of Smith Center Kan., is probably higher than the>

6' Uonat Income will be the largest In bL tory. But ance." Dean Matherly said. Sam Tuesday. 'Jake' goes to and strength to succeed in any intelligence in New York city.. One adult out of every

the amount of money which the people will have The old Idea of "segregation" and 'regula Starke for examination. This boy business New York city can neither read nor write.

to spend for goods and services will be down to tion" Is now as outmoded as the "squirrel cages" has many friends and carries the Success today calls for our best, Owen D. Young, the guiding genius of the General i

the lowest depression! levels and perhaps lower flown by fliers In World War I. Leading doctors best wishes of the entire community and we cannot drink strong: drink tric company told me that some of the smartest

kM + There are three principal reasons for that. First have admitted that weekly examination of prostitutes with him when he leaves. and do our best It is Important had ever known were the old farmers back lath a
that have sober men to run
+cjk r and most Important, la the tax burden, which will .U ineffectual in controlling venereal disease. Fatso Bill Harrell Is commutingfrom our businesses we and the more Important munity where he was born-in New York state

s be felt in the lowest Income group, and will reach Army officials and the medical professionare Bennlng to Lawtey. Having the business! the stronger I have often been amused at the native New Tori
In the middle and high Income that the only real Just returned to his base follow. the farm. For
alp } ;i' staggering proportions now In complete agreement the need for sober men. ignorance regarding example, I oncea a
's !# L groups. Second War Bond purchases, control of venereal disease must come through Ing In a Lawtey ten-day over furlough the last he shows week. We would not employ in our group of 40 successful New York business men whe

s whether voluntary or enforced will take a substantial Third suppression. up end. We have every reason to banks a man who Indulges in heifer is a.male or a female. Two-thirds of them d

part of everyone's remaining Income. believe he will be with us> again strong drink because our financesare know.I .
$ the price level Is far above that of 1932 and 1933. Distributing The War Burden within a few days. Look out for In his hands neither wouldwe recently asked a woman who had been born la
+ For the most part we have not yet felt any the pool balls Fat. trust the drinking chauffeurto York and had attended college there, how cream goto

IV particular lack of "luxury goods." While manufacture The American people are at last learning; one Mrs. R. E. Matthews, formerlyMiss drive our cars, because our of the milk bottle. She confessed that she had never UK
goods was stopped some time ago In fact for this Uves. are at stake. We Insist on about it. she that it
rl of such Inescapable -everyone-must help pay Elizabeth Howe, returned to Finally guessed was put there
i moot lines, stocks on hand have kept store Inventories war. The old slogan "Soak the rich" no longer Cross City Saturday where Mr. sober men In alt our work because machine. I then'asked where people got the cream

s l adequate. Soon It will be Impossible to buy baa any meaning.The I Matthews is employed on a Government safe we otherwise.feel that we would note in- the machine. Again she.was bewildered."I .

a1 0 a refrigerator, an automatic heating plant, a radio, new Tax bill goes down Into Income project They expect to > suppose" she answered, "that some cows gm
rtt ; T) + an office machine, and ten thousand and one other brackets never before reached. And in the view return to Lawtey shortly with Mr. Then why not Insist t: on sober and others give cream.1II "
Matthews connected with men fighting; our battles for us?
t d unless have a flret-class priority rating with facts It being feel for child who of '
Items, you of economists who deal not hopes. Blanding construction. We feel that this Is important because always sorry a must nee
r 4 w j and the item Is needed for a purpose directly con. will not be long before the people of small and our whole country Is involved reared in a great city with little chance for fr

t t aected: with the war, Rationing of public transportation moderate means will have to be hit harder still. The GRAHAMIty and everything depends on movement and natural expression. I am glad I

t l services may make pleasure travel Im- people In the middle and high Income brackets are them. If they fall our whole childhood out among the horses and cows and t ho

poasible. And It Is generally expected that a card. already paying Just about all the traffic will bear Mr*. L. C. Smith country will fall. It has often and clover. I still own a Missouri farm and I love it

rationing system, similar to that now In effect for without total confiscation of income. We can't Mrs. Gertie Rhodes and son, been said that "Whiskey and gasoline is an old and very true saying that goes like this: "Yen

t4 sugar, will be extended to other foods, to clothes substantially Increase taxes on industry without Richard arrived Sunday from will not mix" And it Is take the boy out of the country; but you can't take the

and to many additional necessities. depriving it of the money that Is vital to Its progress Lake Wales and are spending equally true that whiskey and try out of the boy.
Whole professions are being virtually wiped expansion and solvency. Nothing Is left some time with Mrs. Rhode's par. machinery will not mix,-a n d
I la the of the sales- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. John machinery la used In practicallyall
lb + : out. For example, there plight save to turn to the lower-Income groups-a n d
Industry of our fighting., We are wondering QUICK SERVICE AND SATISFA
need for his services If his -
man. There Is no those groups are the groups which for the most son.Mr.
and Johnnie Lewis and if in some way whiskey, .
Mrs ,
;j'"i Is In war work. If his Industry '
engaged
part are receiving the bulk of the vastly Increased wines, beer etc. could not betaken
Us la swiftly declining Purvis Lewis. of Jacksonville IS OUR MOTTO
1st not In war work production purchasing power resulting from war expenditures.The away from our soldiers
visited Mr. and Mrs. I. W Dyal
and he baa less and less to sell These annual Income tax will not be adequate. Saturday. while engaged in war. We can't

+' : I people are being absorbed by war Industry for Some system for collecting taxes, in part, on a Little Donald Reynolds of Red- keep from believing that this will Short Order Sandwiches Cold Drink
After the war they will face another better and results ,
the most part. monthly basis will be put Into effect. Dire necessity dick la his bring ,quicker
visiting ,
of readjustment. grandparents -National Voice. From South And Delicious Home Made Pies
difficult
a r problem may also force the passage of a general sales Mr. and Mrs. E. Strickland for
Nl" + Whole Industries are in the same position. tax. tAll some time. Carolina Temperance News.In .

M ( 'Vhe mortality, for Instance, In the businesses this sacrifice should have one good effecton Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves and a recent issue of the Tele-

which have been built up about the automobile- the American people. It will give many of daughter Shirley of Daytona graph waa it. was paid stated for by that the U.this D.column C.- I A&A Limcheonett"In

w' service stations repair shops, roadside restaurants, them, for the first time, a knowledge of their own NOTICEOF This Was. typographical; error
'' resorts etc.-I. great, and before long It will be stake In the It will '
government. prove to them BUS ROUTE BIDS (Paid for by .Starke W.C.T.U.)
r tremendous All their proprietors and employee that governmental spending comes out of their own The Bradford County Board of '
;? can do Is to close" shop and get a war Job. There pockets and is their own business. Every American. Public 'Instruction will receive

1!+ Is no place for their businesses In the war picture.The ,-wbether be earns ten or a thousand dollars a 'written ''bids for services andor;,

face of American communities of all sizes! week must Join In demanding that all government 'equipment upon the following I 1

U changing swiftly. Gigantic war plants are being non-war spending be cut to the bone-and that school bus routes. Routes for-

c ,. developed In sections where there was little every frill, every luxury, every non-essential be merly 'driven by the following

industry before. In many defense areas, population Immediately eliminated. It is essential to curb named persons and referred to as
In Its routes of like names:
growth-unprecedented rapidity-has
N : government spending, as well as personal spending,
Starke Route
(S, created an exceedingly severe housing and transportation to check Inflation.
J. E. Brown route
: '' k" problem. These problems have not yet
W. O. Collins route S
cb> been adequately solved, and they will grow worse.
ffj The Frank Norman route
They constitute! a major headache to governmental Destiny Of AmericaSome Sam Mott route I.b I.

/5 authorities. high government officials, such as Vice- Nelson Green route
''V c. The population trend from country to city Is President Wallace and Undersecretary of State Elam Lewis route

Intense. Agricultural workers, attracted by the Welled, have made interesting! speeches.of late; Eldon Sapp route

r.. big wages paid by war industry, are literally leav- which cast a light on this nation's world destiny. New liken Rotes

t ing the farms In droves. The farm operator can't It Is said that we will be the leaders In stabilizing Emory Johns route

y y, i get enough labor, and, even when he can, he must the world after the war, and In maintaining Roy Tomlinson route

offer wages that In many cases are beyond his order. But It Is also'said that our program will W. E. Moody route
Aron
route Colored
Kelly ( -
b
t ability to pay. This has offset a good part of the not be Imperialistic In the traditional sense. Past school)

qp benefits of Increased farm Income. Imperialism has been based on subject peoples and Brooktr Routes a

These facts illustrate a few of the revolu nations. The new kind of Imperialism as Mr. Wallace C. S. Kelly routeE.

tionary changes that are occurring this country. puts it. is to be baaed on equal peoples, work- J. Lewis routeA. 4K'

'11 And they Illustrate, by Inference, what our post Ing together toward a common goal of peace and A.: Edwards route
war problems will be. Authorities in both business security Bill Parrlah route

S I and government seem convinced that none of the If this nation escapes wholesale bombing and Charity Williams route
problems are Insoluble They know that there invasion (Colored school)
we will have the only effective production rwlE'g
'r will be many mistakes, many errors in Judgment. Lawtey Routes 50int5 OtrestrI.
plant on earth when the last shot Is fired. Andrew allltr
Redding route
But they believe that, after the war this nation's Destitute nations will look to us to help them to Ed Durban routeT.

Incredible Industrial plant will be able to provide their feet. It Is a challenging prospect-and a L. WAinwright route I.'S

1II John for all employables, and will In time bringAROUND gigantic opportunity. Carl HIlliard routeE. tSi
j"tp
W. Strong route (Col. rr l
ored school))
111: LAWTEV Hampton Route

Alvin Wynn route
Lester Slade
route
R. Carradine 1 ,
Itl Ola Chasson route
Vanderbilt' Routes

L. L. Renfroe route y ;5 S
TOWER: PROGRESSESThe --.....,
A GOOD SUGGESTION DELIGHTFn REUNION Levy Norman route

j Lawtey Observation tower We are passing on to you an AT J. H. MOORE HOME: Heilbrona Route. : kvwl

la progressing nicely. Due to the excellent suggestion. 1 nth e The residence of Mr. and Mrs Lonzie Norman routeR. .

ingenuity of Mr. J. L. Harrell, Sr., Pearson-Allen da.Vy column In J. H. Moore was the scene of a L. Clemons route
successful family reunion on Sun. Truman Norman route
the tower Is nearing the Florida i
completion. Times Union titled
day June 21. when Fathers Day Rising Routes I
It There baa not been one minutes' 'Merry Go Round' they suggestedthat was commemorated in honor of Lester Crosby route

work done on this platform by a each car owner sell to the this revered and respected couple O. R. Alvarez route
professional CARPENTER which Government the rubber mat In who have been residents of Law. Bids to be received in office of
reflects greater credit on the the trunk of his or her car. This tey for 30 years. An old-fashioned County Superintendent until Monday .

ability of Uncle Joe. Assisting can be replaced with a piece of picnic dinner of fried chicken, I July 6. 1942 at 10:00 A. M.
Mm In this meritorious work from rug! or nothing. The mat, will baked ham. several Fathers day In the event all bids for anyone

time to time are Dave Shuford, supply our government with five. cakes Iced with pink roses and route are rejected the Board may ,, r1tet5le
Soldier Davidson, Bobby Plum. to seven pounds of excellent rubber Cherry blossom ice cream was then or at any subsequent meet. r 51
mer Billy Burney and Reverend and Is not necessary to the served to the epicurean delightof Ing call for oral bids and rejector )
Fuller Chief Observer of thispost operation of the car. Simply takeIt all partaking of this bountiful accept such oral bids. .-l 3f
y R. W. Frank to your filling station which is I For
a Mosley. Camp repast. further Information call at
I Jr., and others. These boys have authorized to accept it. I Besides Mr. and Mr. J. H. office of County Superintendent. t

been of much assistance in the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of, Moore those present were Mr. and Dr. W. E. Middleton. t
( construction of the tower and Jacksonville County Superintendentof
fir. were visiting relatives
will have cause to be proud of I here Sunday and Monday Mrs. Herbert H. Buck. Daytona Public Instruction.
their labor upon completion of! Beach; Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo 6-26 2t
I Miss Elizabeth Plummer leaves Mr. and Mrs.
'r their civic project. Jack Schleman Mr.
Additional donations reaching' Sunday for Indianapolis Ind., and Mrs. Max Sparks and Miss NOT.rl'l or I ITK"'ITIO 4 TO
where she will remain for RK<.I! T".H FUTiriOlS NAME "In war as in the qualityof
six I
t us are W. F. Moore fSOO, L. C.' Suzanne Sparks Tampa; Miss Notice li hereby given. that the peace,. assure you quality. .
a Carter $2.00 and Al Roth 200. months She hopes to complete a Estelle Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul undersigned.. under the provlalonaof
nine-month in six Chapter S095J, Laws or
course months. Florida.
Thanks, and remember we need Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mlxon Acts of 1(41. will Ktatr with.
more. Miss Plummer has been In train- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. .Edwards, Jr., the Clerk of the Circuit Court In genuine goodness In refreshment. I'm 'Coca-Cola',
'rI1 at Rive rslde and for
Ing Hospital for Bradford County Florida
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. Misses the fictitious. name of Hollywood\ ;
CRACK: METHODIST CIIfRCH three years and will return thereto Carolyn and Betty Moore, all of Camera and Gift Shop under whichwe t
Rev. Herbert Hazzard. Pastor graduate after completing her Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. M. are engacrd and doing buelneui "
b Sunday School at 10 a. m. work in the Hooaler State. Edward Atlanta: Ga.: Mr. and County at ttt, Call Florida 8t., *tttarke Bradford known, too, as 'Coke'. I speak for tbs real !tHUS!! :

; Morning Worship at 11. Sub- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwardsand Mrs. A. M. Lewis and son Alvin, and That the paid bualnem' I U owned
a ject: "Paul Certain of His Con small daughter of Fernandinaare Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards terested operated parties by: the Jacob following B. Xevln In-

version." i here visiting Mr. Edwards' Sr. Misses Gene, Lou and Ada fltar.Stark.... ria.'Ia.. and Irving z"ln
a Evening Worship Subject J : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ed Edwards: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. At Stark.. Bradford County iOTTUO UNOIt AUTHOIITT OF THI COCA.COIA COfAM Sy

Paul the Young Man." wards. Moore, Misses Ernestine, Barbara,j IUU Florida.1-let Me' jith day of Jun. 142 STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.BRADFORD ..

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NEWS ANALYSISchillRoosevelt AIRCRAFT Lessons Learned CARRIERS: I Florida State Farm News Letter Box I By HAMPTON II. D.11',1011' 1 t



Lessons learned In the battles of Ily E. K. ltoulerB1KTIIDV FKIBY iKT-TOUETIEK RECENT: M.\Kltl.\OKS:
the Coral Staike. Fin I The wedding bells have been
sea, Midway island and The I
,
j ] Meetings Presage the struggle for the Aleutian islands PARTY to be growing Friday in night favor parties and seem blossoming June 20. 1942 ringing here for George Cotscy

were applied by the house naval affairs Little Will Jean Smith of the Rlffilon anti Miss 1 K.lvle SUUc.
with Editor
Second Methodist' Orphanage at Enterprise every enjoyable affalru Telegraph Also for J. Onard Parker and
European Front committee when it approved an .
on Out
f Action ; J8.500.00fl.000 expansion bill projecting who Is the guest of members of new quartette, com Dear Sir: Minn Juanita Dyal. We extend
posed Supt. L. F
Naval Battles Indicate a ve-oeean navy." For a def- of the Community Club for L. Bristol J, W. Hitch Chapman and L. A.R. I have heard so many men say congratulations to both of these;
literranean inite two weeks coupler.
was given
swing to u delightful
sea alrpower was Shepherd, gave several numbeis.Mi that after the war we are goingto
Air discernible in the bill's provisions birthday surprise party Friday Bristol delighted the be In KK\I\.VL: PLANNEDA
Anglo-American Strength calling for Immediate afternoon. Mra. L. A, Wigginsand crowd so deeply debt that taxes
ng construction with several selections on his will be tE'rl'ltie. That is true to a revival will begin at the
of Mrs. J. :M.
500,000 tons of aircraft Bradley at the
carriers
Christian Church on Sunday. June
flute
acccynpanled by phonograph certain degree but have you stop
?-,, NOTE-Wb. opinions are expnraed: In there columns, they: while postponing the construction of home of the former, acted an records and "Prof Quiz," In the ped to think there Is something 28. The meetings will be conducted -
": eewa aoalys and Dot necessarily ol tfcla Mwipiper. ) live 60,000-ton super-battleships. hostesses and gave the little lady
of at the Rev. T B.
""* person of Mr. J W. Rltch, dealt you can doabout It ? by Clayton. '
Re) .... by Weitern Nowapaper Union. ______ ___ This trend was the immediate a royal time. Gamea ot various 'j
result out questions to both young and There. will be a big debt butIf evangelist and the public la invited > L
of the kinds were played, after which
smashing blows dealt f'JMr
to attend
old. Supt Chapman, scored high- we win the war It will be woithU
Japanese sea power In recent weeks gifts were given to the honoree.
by American airplane carriers and Cookies and lemonade were aerved est and received several pennies.A ; If we lose it will not matter. *. M. M Williams, Mrs. Mary 't f

their accompanying forces It was to the happy children who huge cake was raffled HerbeitGieen Our National debt will not mat. William, Mrs. Idella William, f't'r rMI. |[
.
tacit recognition that a revolutionin were: Caroline Bradley, Marie' of Starke won It and gen- ter If we low and Germany and ... Jesse Hall and Mrs. II, K. i' '!}

naval tactics has occurred as a Wiggins Geraldine, Patsy, Mary erously returned It to the hostess japan lay their coats of war on Wiggins) were recent visitors in ,' L

result of the battles in the Pacific. Bea and Lois Irene Cox James committee for the evening refreshments our neck IIVe will have to pay Gainesville. 'J J
: ::4 : r- The proceeds there- them first with slave labor loss Mlna I
In place of the postponed battleships Peggy and Francis Caldwell Geraldine from Dimple Parker la herofrom [
the navy will rush construction and Shirley Shaw, Grace were the applied on paymentdue of our Liberty loss of our modeof Homestead to visit her parents t: t
on victrola. J. Y.
of more than a score of aircraft Crews Betty William, Doris and Cheneyand living loss of a living wage for a few lays
James
carriers with escort vessels and Jimznle Moncrlef, Mary Rivers Board. T. Voncelle of thePal.ole and our fiee choice of work or Misses Ha.el and Leila Matt :

submarines Scheduled to be com Stubbing Kay Partney and Patsy were present Itn,1made hours. "rown are visiting Mr and Mr*.
brief
a n } pleted within a year, they will be Dew of Staike. Mia J. G. Caldwell Godwin, Elizabeth talks. Mrs.Cox, ..1.V.J. G.. There Is also the difference of Oil, In Lowman 1 n lIatlle bure.

distributed among naval forces In Mm Irene Whitfield Mis Hitch and J. II. Moncrlef. bouts whether we are on the debit or Miss. for a few days.

all areas in which Axis. fleets are P. E. Stubblns and Mrs O. L,. and hostesses credit fide of the ledger Mr. and Mrs Gordon Wadswol.th. -
of the evening, served -
,
operating. Partney assisted In entertainingthe ice cream and cake. If. we buy Kondi. to-day, "split Jr., and children spent '
last weoek.end f.. _
little folks. our Income, we will have Uncle visiting Mrs, _
CHINA : Mrs. A. M, Richaide Sam iWndnworth In Jacksonville.
returned paying UK. If we spend all | i "I
riKIDGK CLUB
laps Push OnAs Sunday from a visit of several of our Income to-day we will haveto Frederick; Wattertion of Jacksonville -
Mis. O. L. Partney was hostess is
spent the weekend herewith
days with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce pay the high taxes so the government
Jap armies drove deeper into Thursday to the weekly bridge Norman In Jacksonville. can the ones who his patents, Mr. and Mrs. ,I

China and two pincer columns were club. The living room was deco- Mr. and Mrs Fret Clevelandof are buying Honda repay to-day. :M. L.. Watterson.

converging on the strategic 450-mile: rated with many lovely flowe'9. Mrs Laurie Hall and Mrs. Jesse
Cheklang-Kiangsi railroad Mrs. W. B. Grainger of Belle I Tampa are guests of the latter's It would be the wise thing; to do Hall
the China I were shopping In Palatka
parents, Mr and Mis F. W.
y > .k rf ory* high command appealed again for Glade who was the guest of Mra. Lee. today to divide our Income In Saturday

an Allied blow that would divert the J G. Godwin, won high acme, half and buy Honda with half Misses Norma and Joan

steadily mounting power of the en while Mrs W. N. North and Mrs.J Mrs. H. L. Parker, retained and then we would be sure, of Sweeney are visiting their aunt, i

emy's invasion. M. Hembree cut for bingo Mrs.Noith Saturday front. a month's visit having that half to live on ten 1111'.. William Kammeier. in Phil- ,
with brothers and, sisters the hence. We would have
years ourpart I
Defense for the
p Discouraging news was made pub- winning. Stampsare nilelphla summer
S % ** lic in the announcement that Shang- still "the rule of the day" for Livingston family, in Daytona and of the taxes to pay but we Mr and Mr*. J. L, Williams 1
prize-1. Mit with Mrs A. M. Stevens In Hast would be auto to have a Heady Mr. and Mrs Marvin
jao, an important station on the Partney, assisted by Williams.
I line and capital of Klangsl province Mrs. J. O. Godwin served delicious ing, Income. Mr. and Mrs. Jo"I'an1cVilliama.. i.

j ire the days when this unholy trio of American Nail chiefs had fallen. sandwiches l .saltines and Mr, and Mrs. Sanford Hitch of There In hardly an able bodied Mr. and Mm. George William, i

[around In their Bond uniforms. George Froboese (left) of With all highway sources cut off pickles, with Coca-Cola. Brooke were week-end guest of: man and a great many women- Mr. and, Mm. Marshall Mutchett t

jce, Midwest bond head, killed himself ,under a train en route to by the Japanese China had to depend Kir. and Mrs. Jim Rltch. to-day who ait not drawing; a and Russell Williams were dinner

[jury bearing In New York. Fritx Kuhn (center), former nationalef on giant American assee.Mrs Mrs Mildred McCreary of I larger salary Hum ever before, (Clients of Mr and Mrs. Ed Durban it

Is ill In Sing Sing prison,' and Dr. Otto*WRlumelt Chicago planes to deliver supplies for cargo her Jacksonville spent Saturday and and they should open their eyes. of Luwtey !last Sunday.

i order Indictment as a spy. embattled armies. This trickle the guest of her son-in-law and Sunday a* the guest of Mr. and to see our Nation's need for cash Mra. C Van Alstlne returned *

daughter Mr. and Mrs W. N. Mis. P. D. Fancier and to assure themselves that Saturday from Wellaton, Mich.,
would have to be ft
augmented to
a
CHILL: MEDITERRANEAN: full-scale flow of supplies if effective North for some time. Mrs. Madne Bozarlh 1 I..* spend they will be safe with an Income where site bas been visiting her I

Axis Gamble Fails resistance was to continue by Mrs. W. B. Grainger: returned ing a ten-day vacation with her when it lt over; Buy Bonds help son and daughter-in-law. Mr, and ,: ,t

Meeting Chiang Kai-shek's armies. Saturday to her home at Belle brother Allen West, of Memphis.. your Country und yourself. Buy Mm. Karl Van A Is tine.HI'S t.

e third time within a year As the swiftly moving, battle for Glade, after spending a week Tenn., and will also visit relatives every month an you will have i

mister Churchill and Presioi world naval supremacy shifted to PEACE TECHNIQUE with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin. in Centervllie, Tenn., und In Illinois money coming In every month MCI.DVU: U'

|
I war problems, when the I Italy had made a supreme gambleby 'Cooling OffA by her children, Jane and Miss Dorothy Williams and Get on the receiving end Instead N..rthho" .UIOUDtI ..

itatesmin arrived unherald- throwing every available airplane clue to post-war peace table Henry, left Thursday, to be the Chas. Norton of Trenton sinter of on the paying end. Thin build. 3:40 A. 111, 3U: 'A, M. I I9:41S

fatblneton fort a' series of submarine, torpedo boat and technique was disclosed by Sumner guest of her friend Mrs. Tom and nephew of Mrs Joe Hembree, Ing boom can not last and these : A, Jor. 7:30:: A. M.
,
ICM. Their first meeting ocd virtually the entire Italian fleet into Welles undersecretary of state Busch in Georgetown, S. C., for were week-end guests of Dr and good wages cannot last, ao lay upa 1:40: I'. Jor 6145: P. M. : :

August aboard ship and an effort to knock out the British when he advocated a "cooling off" two weeks., Mrs. Hembree. pint of your wages In Bonds. 2:3 P. kt. St:; Augustine ; \

I Atlantic charter. The forces. The stakes the strategic Misses and Cecile McRae 2:41S: P. I\f 1:20: A, M.
in the were period after the war before final Buenell Caldwell, nephew of Betty Industrial Bond now might paya I '
Mr. Churchill's visit to routes ,supplying Axis- terms made.In are visiting their 3:6& P. M. 6:40: P..M.
II convoy are Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, was grandparents little higher dividends, but these "I"
last December after menaced Tobruk and Malta. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler. 6:20 P. M For Palatka ,
on effect, the American statesman an honor graduate last week at companies will soon have to pay i;
It Into the It That the Axis gamble had failed Ensign. O J. Beavers stationed 8:15 p M. .
entry war. urged that both the victor and van- the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- higher (axes and hence a smaller
I In the declaration by the was due In part to the timely inter at Daytona Beach, was the week 11:15: P. M.
quished plan together and prepare tion .He has now become a qualified dividend; so get In on the ground }1
nations. vention of United States army heavy flight mechanic. end guest of Mr. and Mis. W. N. floor Buy War Saving Bonds Jacksonville I.

third meeting, following bombers which made their Medi- M.,. and Mrs J. 1[. Bradley Noith. with half of your Income and' Leave Starke jI

Ron Russian Foreign Minis- terranean debut by scoring 35 direct were called to Jacksonville Thuisday assure yourselves> of a steady Income Southbound 11'rathound3:3S t I }
r TRAIN (BCIIRDI'LllSouthbounf: M. 8:2
A. : A. M.
toy''i historic conferences in bomb hits on two Italian battleships, I Iawvspl because of the serious \illness I later on. Get down to bias I I z
setting them afire and sending the 10:3: A, M. 1:40: p, M.
ton recently, promised mo- K41I tacks, cut and put
of Mr. Bradley's sister, Mrs. your expenses
in the whole force of 15 Italian warships No. 1 due Staike 11:13: P. M. It In Bonds 112:40: p, M. 1555: P. M. I t > l I'
consequences prose- scurrying home to port. Nelle Croker No. 1ST due Starke 0:13: A. M. Not to Gainesville 12.:40: A. M. ,t
t the war. Two matters of .
Jimmie Brown Godwin has gone Cut out all non-essential. Millions
The epic sea and air fighting centered No. 191 due Staike 10:38: P. M. 3:31S: P. M. : : P. M. ,( I I'1
t need-the opening of a'sec- around two heavily laden Brit- to Headland Ala.; to be the guest (Miami) will have to after the war .635: P. M. '<\ ______.::.:..,;,

opean front and further ish leaving Alexandriafor of Jim Frank Jordan* .. for two Northbound Is over and nol have Honda to 9:45: P. M 8:2: 'A. M. :
I curb dangerously rising Al- convoys-one "' ,
Tobruk and the other leaving weeks. No. 2 due Staike 5.34:: A. M. fall back un.HUY Not to Oca/a'/ 8:2: P. M. \ .
losses by Axis submarines Gibraltar for Malta. Both -carried t r Mr and Mrs Everette Robinsonwere No. 108 due Staike 6:33 P M. WAR SAVING I1ONDS I I Via Gainesville I
:th, two leaders. I (
|
week-end of and
badly needed supplies for hard- guests Mr. No. 44 due Starke 3:28: P. M.New TO-DAY ,Ol1lnl'Rvllle Ocala Tampa,
kr leader of the United Na- pressed British garrisons.In Air*. J. L. Robinson ( Yoik reservation (train.) Or AT It. tier'long. St. Petersburg.M .
|reach American shores was A little gad In Ktlll squeezed out ;

I',Ihelmina of Holland. two days of death-struggle for trips to Jacksonville to shop I _-..-....-- I,.
the British and Americansbeat "
fighting, .
and buy groceilen. Mr. .
i off Axis attacks, shepherded necessary I 1 1r
VS.
NAZISy and Mrs. J. L. Robinson and 111's.O. .
the safely to their destinations
Repeats? convoys L, Partney, Mrs. M. K. Gilner, :
sank or damaged seven Italian ,'
Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld" covered the ,,, 4
ava, famed site of Tenny- warships and shot down 33 planes. distance the last few days "

|em, "The Charge of the LIBYAN FRONT Dennis Fancher gave hip par- !
:
rlgade, took
its place In ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. I). Fancher
battle headlines as Hitler Nazi Fox ,
a pleasant surprise Saturday

mmed defenses his massed powerthe With the Suez canal as I his dropping; In on them for a short ?

: of Sevastapol'sons. eventually hoped-for goal, foxy Nazi fuilough. He will return to Nor .

Crimean General Erwin Rommel' continued SUMNER WELLES folk, Va., Tuesday

|here the fishing port-Bala- his barrasslng thrust against the "Cool Off." Mrs. J. A. Bouvler returned Fri-

legended charge British forces in Libya. day from a three weeks' visit !
iritish occurred In 1894, was an equitable settlement that would with her relative. In Miami. Little Get This '
I point of contention between Whether Rommel's dream of a preclude future wars. Bouvier '
s and Nazi forces In the drive to the Suez and a possiblelink Betty accompanied \
Speaking before United Nations her home for a visit of several ECONOMYSPECIAL
r with Japanese forces pushing
control
of the western
rally, Welles declared cooperationis weeks.
a coast west would ever materialize depended
no less essential in maintainingpeace Roy Fisher and daughter, Miss
Ision on how stout was the British re
of the Sevastapol naval than In winning a war. Francine Fisher will leave tomorrow
l I sistance. Tobruk, recently re-
vital
to the hard-pressed British "The final terms of peace" he to attend the wedding of Mr,
inforced by huge convoy
a
nice, for to it represented a pow was the Immediate target. The said, "should wait until the Immediate Fisher's niece. Miss .Kthelene Your Own Judgment Will Tell You: 1 Cluck C.mp.Ne'. '

the approaches ofcasus had surged back and tasks of the transition period Fisher at Faye t teville, N C,
tide of battle 2 fI.htell Cylinder..d
oil fields- a prize Nazi desert force after the defeat of the Axis powers From there SHw Fisher will\ pro
ould forth, with the registering
give the Nazis coveted superiority In tanks and -have been completed and final ceed to Washington, D. C., and More to 3 .h'." Manifold
ulwark a
people
their war effort. anti-tank strength. Hope for the judgments can be coolly and ration- Baltimore }fd., to visit other relatives. : I go
north In the Ukrai, 4 Tlghwn Hat Connwllons
l ., where British lay In receiving further supplies ally rendered. f
sit were attempting to and replacements and In a Mrs. Richard R. Pierce has returned 5 Ci ." ..Kry Twmlnoli,
|n out their long circular due VICHY FRANCE: home from a lengthy stay I

lib rkov Red, banes raged dog- to wearing its sustained down of exertions.Nazi power 'Discontent Groft.s'Somber In St. Vincent's hospital In Jacksonville I CHEVROLETDEALERS' 6 Chick..... .sad.. Adutl| V.ll.s. f
In
army communi- much improved
rUng successful counterat- The seriousness of the Libyan situ. were the words 86-year. health. T Chick .."DrY .nd rill wHfcWoMr !

atlon was evident from the fqct that old Marshal Petain spoke to the Over the week-end. and Mrs.J .

AND OILS : the Axis the offensive British succeeded army-one in force splitting French people on the second anniversary -j R. Kite entertained, John Hill, a Adi_ | ,l DI."I u... '.!'nls a
of his nation's military col Sam Purvis and Emzer Flem. I

lrit'es Contribute withdrawing to Tobruk to make a lapse. ming soldier boY from Tennessee \ I 9 Adi_ | ,l lanHtoM Tlmlne' ; .<4 "
' stand while the other withdrew to Admitting that his recovery program lei Octano lel.c'!
Pans and Kentucky
,
of American pots and homes roaitor.: in positions near EgyptARMY : had suffered many setbacks, Mrs. T. J. Wicker of Atlanta, I I 0 Chick Ignnten Coll ,
yielded the aged chief of state declared that of her brother- '
the
west of fat as the national PAY: "discontent Is growing" and warned Ga., was guest 11 Chick. c......n..r
to salvage in-law and ulster Chaplain and

"Ion's kitchens grease got and under oils $50 for Bucks that the government must under Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Wednesday 1 2 Cl...".....A"lu.| l Spark craw t

Uncle Sam prepared to add at take sterner measures of punish through Saturday. '
oUected ment to stamp out unrest public Slna Kite Blitch of Jack. SERVICE 13 Check V.CUUM Conlral
In this household least $20 more per month to the pay Mrs. FOR:

1\ will be used In making check of every enlisted man In the anger and greed. sonville, guest of Mr. and Mrs.R. 14 Chick .nd Adu_ | .l INN c...

' an Important element In nation's armed forces, when President Petain made no reference to J. Kite, returned home Satur ml

<> manufacture. Meat marfJlI.here Roosevelt signed legislation Pierre Laval In his brief radio day. | 5 OvMhiul. ..
will be collection granting the first general militarypay speech, although he had declared Chaplain and Mr. L. A. Shepherd bwa.r

Where housewives Increase in 20 years Noncommissioned recently that he and Laval are goIng will attend tonight a session than to other dealer organization
will de- any 6 ,. .....
salvaged fat Butchers will officers, "shave-tails" along "hand in hand and in of the Congregational Chris- AdM| ''Volvo s

n he fat over to the en- and ensigns shared in the raise. complete understanding." tian Young Peoples Encampmentat 17 __....... ._ slit
,
soldiers and sailors thus Not only the opposition of the Deer Lake in Ocala National ,
American
'cagO where a fat salvage became the highest, paid fighting people, but a "slack and sometimes Forest. Mr. Shepherd will ad. 11 C..... Air Ck.'s i

bas been In progress for men in the world. The lowest Incapableadministration" by the dress them on the subject of because for year more people have purchased Chevrolet, 19 Chock ,Ire Prmwe I
past It blamed by the Men In
was Relation to
war and government "Church
reported that buck privates apprentice of
make
grades-
car.
01 averaged SO.OOO pounds .amen-wm receive' $50 a Marshal tot present conditions.iiiCELLANY Prison." than any other 20 Check Mia r'

.
month, as against $30 formerly. Mrs. Marlon Crews>, accompanied ,* ..poopUhovepurehoieJwseJeattfrom 21 .eeeVTMtfer IcM, r
the rank of second I by Miss Winnie Warren her Chevrolet dealer than from any other dealer orgomiation. It

RALIA : Officer above got no pay I[ : I : house guest of Wauchula. has /; In skilled dependable I;
lieutenant or ensign gone to New Orleans La., to visit because Chevrolet dealers specia/i'ze; giving p.pl.rase' ---.If

,till Menace their raises,subsistence.but were allowed and rental boosts allowanees. in. Frank Crews who Is serving In service on all makes of cars and truck -,..tro f

I counlrymen be lulled Into VICTORIA: Canadian air force the navy.
.
that the antiaircraft Vance Geiger and son, '
battle squadrons and Canadian Mrs.
Coral One result was hoped for by sponsors ftAN' $4.95a
removed all danger units have been operating for Bradley Mrs, Nell Muldrow and l.Kr 'CAR CONSMVATION !
.
leI.lation-that ,
aSion Prime MInister John of the new some day with the United States Mrs. Vallle Wimberly of Jacksonville .
cf Australia was to eliminate recruiting competition It reported by week-end of Mr.
held force in Alaska was were !guests)
Eger Declaring aloft a between the army and Lieut. Cen. Kenneth Stuart chief of and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. 4

:'a can be loat" he declared that navy. It had been charged that the the Canadian general staff. This Mr and Mm. M. E. Grlner at- Torode Chevrolet Co. n j

II1monWealth tell to Nippon, navy had been In better position to marked the first time In World War tended a reunion of the Vlllle ,

wail and the entire North obtain recruits since it could offer II! Canadian force have taken partIn Smith family at Wacahoota Sun-

1roa.t would lie apes to more attractive rating The uniformpay any operations with the United day. Relatives from various

uJd attack be and west coast ochedule would It was believed, States army point in Georgia and Florid at- Starke, Florida

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STAHKE. FLORIDAllousewarming I RIDiv,
TELEGRAPI1
COUNTY itYgiOPA
BRADFORD
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I i'i'r d 1 SOCIETY and CLUBS Legion Meetings I Here Representatir

: r, -- Take On New Pep I Discus
Gas
r 1 In Recent WeeksThe Rationing

:Mr. and Mrs. Price Party Three .
Ir ';? handing Chapel Legion Post me "?1(' Will
American
f N For Mr. and Mrs Wilson local the CoU'tl1uulff, lit
{ ;; la Scene Are Guests At Fish Fry eeemi to have been administereda { It I'' 1titkt It ItIFriday

j f r Of Beautiful Wedding Saturday night Mrs. Pauline Given By Friends: a '( bot In the arm" as k- i ance to hE 11 '1111I011

A beautiful marriage took place Torode of the Chevrolet place Mr. and Mrs Joseph E. Wilson evidenced by Increased] attendance I manent Bradford gasolln, .[tonal

t' t; at a andle-llght ceremony Sunday and W. F. Cooley, of the Con- who have Just moved! Into their I I and Interest at the meeting Tues More Proof rah ,41ydk I annuncemen'( OUnt\ actc

t' afternoon at 5:30: o'clockIn solidated Automotive Company,I new home on West Call Street day night. Although only 11 per- W, M. tdwII: .,made 11
a chapel at Camp Blanding, when of Jacksonville, entertained with a were given a surprise housewarming son were present--10 membersand named Count" rho '"

( t'' 4 is Miss Frances Laughter a Lieutenant fish. fry for their mutua' friends party Friday evening by one vl..ltor-yet. that and Is so w! That i e t tratlon Direct Ration, f

t 0 In the Army Nurse Corps, Con gres a man-elect Emory H. the Monday Night Bridge, ; club much better than usual r 7 will be held f'htse *
( I became the bride of Capt. RalphW. Price and Mrs. Price. About 15 and a few other close friends. much more business was transacted 2 and 8 III ,0 ,
Mh
Ross. The Rev. A. E. Light- present at the After all the guests had arrived that it seemed to be a good o'clock p
,g or 20 guests were Roy M
foot of the First Baptist church Kingsley Lake home o f Mrs. the party adjourned to the meeting! Florida'sSoil from the Coffee reprea

+$, of Sfarke, performed. the Impressive Torode where the supper was Harden at the home of Mr. and Light refreshments have been straUon at office Jackson
} : t' 1' ceremony In the presence of given. Both Mrs Torode and Mr. Mrs L. A. Davl and a bountiful promised for 'the next aesslon. tend all iiq r

h a few relatives and friend I Cooley were staunch supporter supper was served on the lawn. In the absence of the new Post at 10 A. sessions M.resentatlves.! His tag.
11's"f +' 4r The altar was banked with' of Mr. Price in bill recent campaign Bingo was played and later It Commander, Lloyd J. Green be- will be Mh5!
white gladioli and white dahlias for Congressman from the was discovered that this wan Mr. cause of serious illness and also Of the
companies
and on each aide were brass candelabra second congressional district Wilson's birthday anniversary, sO of the 1st vice-Commander L. D. 2 o'clock In Starke; the
holding white candles. The the company sang "Happy Birth- Vlnlng. the meeting was presided Grows Fine trars will be With the
; and
chancel rail w a" twined with day to You!" and presented him over by W. B. Sewell, 2nd vice- will the one
be
?
USO-YWCA with
At VJ
I; plumosa fern and graduated Tea with a gift. Commander. By unanimous vote boards. member,

Y candles were placed at Intervals; Friday Afternoon For their new home the guests the adjutant H. A. Carlton, was Flowers \ I,!: voted to Board memh/Jk

while within tne chancel were gave this popular couple a pairof instructed to write State Head- f __ __ I Il If they detrire attend en threettl!
from
white baskets of gladioli and I. This afternoon (Friday) handsome hand-painted vanes.Church quarters for a full supply o* man- These
t r" feverfew. A program of nuptial 4:30 to S:3O: o'clock the YWCA uals, post hand books, cataloguesand l sAirs. meeting! are *
1 organ mimic was given by Stanley (USO Club No.4)) will be "at of Christ all necessary literature to Insure group of 30 state-Wide|

td f,. t Brown and the traditional home" to the army wives and the the proper functioning of the which are being held JWII
at
3a wedding marches were used. women of Starke at the Woman'sClub Harry Pickup evangelist of PORt by all members being Informed which five represent
the
y The bride was a picture of loveliness building at 201 North Wal- Gainesville who I la conducting a of correct procedure.The the Jacksonville office WIll
I f In her bridal costume of nut street Mrs. L. A. Canova is meeting for the local Church of, Pod also instructed the proceeding, w c
# P 1 t chairman of the program committee. That the I after consultation with state rationing 'director
b white lace and chiffon and herr Christ announced today adjutant the let t
I f veil reached to the end of the Other committees are as follows meeting will continue through a committee consisting of A. J. meetings

long train. Her bridal bouquet : Sunday. June 28. I Thomas and W. H. Nollman to
was of white carnations and was Invitation: Miss Evelyn Stump He stated that his subjects for I order a suitable permanent record N. D. Walnwrlgrht: Starke florist bas long been famous for Recent Births

l1'+ centered by an orchid.Capt. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. W. H. the rest of the week would be as I book in which to keep the proceedings her NUOCMM In growing flowers. She la pictured here with a. vane of Mr. and,

9r Ross is from Vermillion, Nollman and Mrs. W. J. Epperson; follows: Thursday night "T h e of the meetings; also to unbelievably lonK-ntenuned roves with which she brightened the Tele- Waldo. June Mrs.20. gin.'j H v. a
+ Table arrangements: Mrs. O. L. Lost Book" Friday "The Impartiality do everything possible to locate In the NIIII7
Ohio ahd hla wife li* from Asheville ; graph office lat week. The longest-stemmed rose group,
N. C. They are both members Beasley Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and of God"; Saturday night past records of the post reaching almost to the top of Mrs. Wainwrlght's( head measured 62:

,' of the Hospital Corps at Miss Madge Middleton; Flower, :' "The Tragedy of Stopping Short"; The Legionnaires voted unanimously inches In Iength.'hen asked the secret of her surcemi with flowers, 4 ACTION
t Llrs. L. G. Powell l and Mrs. Sunday morning at 11:00: o'clock to recommend to the I BE1
Camp Blanding.
"Hard work
.,,4:4, Capt. and Mrs. Rom left for a George Flynn; Serving: Misses "What The Church Needs", ; Sun- Bradford County Fair Association, Urn.Valnwrlght replied,

{ short wedding trip, after which Gayle and Virginia Sewell. day night "Knowing The Differ Inc., a subsidiary of the local FOR ACID
i they will have an apartment in ence." Legion Post, that It invest the Is her impression of the USO ley Sattlday afternoon Hear INDIGES1Ij
Starke. USO No. 1 Plans Formal The public la urged to attend' $350; or more that it has in its Slumming Party" W e d n eaday Ed Sllvernall reports to Blanding
f ft all of the services.Christian treasury In War Bonds. It has night:
for his physical next Tuesday
Since every other sort of dance already been voted to adjournthe Hl-Ho, and we're off to go
has been. held recently Miss Jew- ChurchThe fair for the duration of the To a slumming party at the Look like a long male-lews :'
ell Presnell, assistant director of USO ,I summer if our local men all fine j

the YMCA-USO, stated yesterday Rev. Fred Dodd will hold war.Theodore R. Ambal who holdsan The day was a Wednesday con up and the Blandlng-itea also

that a formal affair will be given regular Sunday services at the honorary membership in the sumed by heat leave for maneuvers but then

next Wednesday night at 8 o'- Starke Christian Church at 11 American Legion Post at Coral The night was a night tor get- i there's always our knitting and 50cCarpenter's

; I o clock. o'clock A. M. Everyone lit cor- Gables was present at the meet- ting wet feet granny's parlor stereoscope If

A dially invited to attend ing and brought greetings from Over puddles on winged feet, worst comes to worst ? So long '

'ai aN'3 Birth Announcement his post. He Is with a contract- flew Lucille and Kay- See you in the next Drug

) Office Sup p u.... Bradford ing firm which is erecting a new What they looed like when -Carolyn

f'/ Mr. and Mrs. Alan Roth announce County Telegraph. postofflce at Camp Blanding. they arrived I dare not say!

the birth of a son on Sun- Virginia with tactics slightlymore I __ ___ ___ .__ __ -_
4i. ., woiR day. June 21, In St Vincent's wise COMPLETE LINE OF SEA FOOD-!

f Hospital, Jacksonville. Pulled off her shoes thereat
Carolyn CallstreetSettle you surmise FRESH WATER AND SALT WATER

Swiss Steak SupperThe Fred arrived with trousers wet FISH SHRIMP ETC.
to the knees .
AI
.,I Intermediate Fellowship And Russell developed a very Live And Dressed 'Poultry
e down Take off your later Bill Randall (Nortolk,
: \ Group of the Methodist Church bad sneeze.
Y shoes Va.) writes the editor: "Miss Fruits and Vegetables
4 will serve a Swiss steak supperIn The orchestra leader stroked
ON THE Here come Carrie with the Callstreet is particularly Interesting -
the recreational building on his little mustache
news Long she wave!" .
OF THE WAVE Saturday June 27, from 6:30: to may Then the party was on with a NEWSOME'S MARKET
CRE T .
Well I have been Bill. I have
+ 8 o'clock. The price will be SOc roaring crash! I 1-2 Block
And It'lI") singularly well-packed been But I'm' beglnnln' to N. of Union Bus! Station On Jax Rod

l. ': W.1It__III millot.rq. 11_you.....) per plate. gab-bag I have for my friends think these Blanding boys mus' Evelyn Stump and had a partner ""11y Go Fishing? Go To NewMome's Market"GREETINGS!

Try ....10.... she Baking PowdM tint this week, folks In spite of be nearsighted It doesn't happy gay.Who .
i'Y' aimfo.oxaabreuln.arioerrouuc.uof : Fredrlka Edward., Jane Merrill the fact that these dally showersare seem to do a bit of good!' table tennis liked to play.
FREE N.w....rI_ Freddie wearing a white pique.
compllownu.. Baulknlght and Roddy Struth of keepln' a lot of folks IN, who Hear the Darbys-Morgan an'Chait.
+w nap* boo"' '. lie s hitohn piaiot Was dancing dancing around
c_......lul nippUM foe victory.Writ Jacksonville have spent the past would otherwise be out goln' worked till daylight Sun- and
r:t lulL fA Kxlrt Kiwfonl B.kln( Powder, Boa two weeks here with their grand- places an' doln' things Seems day morn In'_ ,r adyln' their fine The music away-
., CS....,ore!.Rhoda bl.ad. mother, Mrs. W. H. Struth and that the world these days' la divided new emporium for the" public gazeon low was blaring now
aunt Miss Kate Struth. :SO-SO between goera an' Monday Certainly was loud.now :
While
lanterns cast
rusty a
comers Among the latter are generous of them to give away reddish glow
f Muriel an' Sam Simpson jus' back free Coca Colas at the openln', in
.1 All around the room the tables
from a stretch In Norwalk, Conn. these days of rationln' .
t WANTED Sawed Stump Wood Seems that Sam had to see! were set To My Friends and Patrons of Starke art
With kerosene I
a man about a draft number or Hear .\lyce Graham celebratedher lamps and
some such Irritating detail clothes of check.
27th milestone with Vicinity
,;, We need sawed stump wood any lengths, for Notable among the goers were party Sattlday night a "quiet"little A Canadian soldier a. lieutenant :
Jack an' Ruth Scunlan who departed at that
s Would have
retort purposes. given a pretty pennyto
With Alice Harding at one of
Monday almost as suddenly -
have been there with
I 4'' HIGHEST PRICES paid for quantities as they arrived Hear did camera when Red Monteith my can- them sat. I am taking this opportunity to thank you for
; $ any Cookies peanuts and drinks".
they headed! for Chicago, whel'eJack
went into his act E. L. Kin-
delivered all year round to our plant in Jack- will help bring another Illinois chen claims that even his ole were on hand your continued patronage during my absence;

k''' 1 wnville either by truck or rail. defense project from blue White Rock hen Is. takln' this Served to the guests from a

I,' print Into reality His laudable rationln' blzness seriously wooden box stand. Your business is appreciated now, as much or
i'' This is an opportunity for you to establish an offer of services to Uncle Sam "Still lays every other day as The costumes were Well
came to naught because of a sassy but deary me- even more than ever, and will continue to receive -
the
''tx 9 Independent business of your own. slnuu usual eggs are only half Exactly what can this slum
he .
as large moans Grace
desenen.I
it
t ming be? the careful attention that
}
Dew
tells about an article In Col-
The housing, famine In Starke Evening gowns were quite in
V TilE GLIDDEN COMPANY'. lier's (one of a series on Army
Naval Stores Division baa caused some strange< coincidences camps) that went something like style miss all of my friends back home, and pip
For those who left to
slum
In the past few months go
this
: "Since there
are so
,ql ; P. O. Box 389 Jacksonville Florida Instance. a family of Kings subs In the Atlantic we might many ming awhile; be very glad to hear from any of you at any
{ roomin' in the And the east-side kids
same apt. with the befuddle the enemy by a roll call were
Butlers an' Porters) Imagine! of employes at Camp Blanding. quite all right- time.

)+ Welcome newcomers: Sgt. an' They might confuse it with the They made themselves a rl-

tl n Mrs. A. Gunn an' their cute 111 weather report. We have Snow<< dicllous sight With best wishes, I am
c ctole three-year-old son-of-A. Gun Fogg and Halle In the post quar Gayle in a short dress was
Sudden thot: Wonder !if Nettle termaster's department and Dew really a scream

Dowling has found a home for in the medical department" And Marjorie Davis you oughtto Sincerely yours,
her orphaned birdies, yeti have seen.
Speaking of Halle on a recent
Says a desperate mother bird left Arllne. and Evelyn, and Jewell Robt. Green;
birthday
Mrs.
anniversary W G. F
L K five tiny chimney swallows In her received the followln' complimentary were there 172nd Inf.. Co.

fireplace Hear rumors that couplet from a friend: Helping., to make a successful 43rd Division
Prof. J. T. Miller of Brenau Col- "It certainly beats the dickens affair. Camp Shelby )hSi\

STARKE I lltch was In town Sunday Inter- "How some folks always stay When all was over, the girls

vlewln' a certain young lady Spring Chickens!" and men-
$ Said y. 1. may attend Brenau 0! excuse me, please this is

y PROGRAM WEEK IlEOIN ISO SCNU.tV. Jt' 11: 28L Academy on a scholarship Instead where I came In
., I of returnln' to BUS for her sr. Troublous time like these are RO T. GREEN CLEANERS
apt to bring on an epidemic ofpoetry Spotted The Starke Florida
Sun. Mon. yr. At long last Stan Lullen : A. E. LJghtfoots
Tues.
June 28, 29, 30"Tarzan's from
unexpected sources Phone 25Your
s.. I nn' Bncky Goodwin a..e off to officers and dotter Nancy Chris TJapollan' .
.
Mrs Lois :Mayes was surprised -
Secret Treasure"With schools Nice to know Sara Barefoot enjoyln a swim

I Johnny Welwnuller and Maureen O'Sulllvan that no many of our young men of when the Titusville she picked paper up an tother Issue an' watermelon cuttin' at Kings- I' ,. _.-
are getting bars on their shoulders
l lr d ALSO COMKDY\ AND NEWS 's ead of In front of their faces day an' read a luffly poem signedby -
1 her son, James now on duty
with the RAP'S Civilian Technical
s !,I Wed, Thurs. -- July 1. 2 DOUBLE FEATURE
In
Corps Ea"'tborne, England .
Nobody home
stays these hot
No. J-"She'8 In The Army"With Bummer days Jewell Presnell Seemo he wrote said poetry to Local
Novella Me\ f ford Tltusvllle-ite
i Lucile Gleason, Lyle Talbot Marie Wilson off on a trip to see her bro. married who had .
it published In the home
9 r un' then on to Tally ..
9lr No. 2-"Date With The Falcon"With Haiti' McAteer chuckln' her Job town press. ..Here 'tis:

Geo. Sanders, Wendy Barrie Allen Jenkins In Koch's an' off to Ocala for a I WILL COME BACK A & P Store
breath In' spell t Col. and Mrs. Since I have been away
-- ALSO NEWS Knight Jus' back from
a ten-day It seems that never a day
visit with Paul at Camp Croft Goes by my dear, but I remem-
.i S. C. Hear tell he's real ber
a
FrI., Sat. July 3. 4 DOUBLE FEATURE you. Will Closed
khakilad now, almost as good at Ever that thought is In my Be
r No. l-"Look 'Who's Laughing"With target practice an he used to be heartIn

Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy. Lucille Ball an' still U) at the piano. all I say and do.
Must have been a mo interestln'an Never
a night without a prayer
lip. No. 2-"Dude excltln' trip that Della Rosen- That we'll come safely through.

With Tim Holt Cowboy"I I berg an' Marcia Sparkman took With trials and troubles left ALL DAY JULY 4th

to Penna. not so long ago behind
;* ALSO CARTOON AND SERIAL Glad to see John Wear (naval And happiness In view.

cadet) home again even U It's Never a day goes by without

MIDNIGHT SHOW, SATURDAY JULY 4 11:30 P. M. only till he's called to the colors some lovely memory; ""M .'
Hear Kay Wear Is attendin' Never a day without a hope

"Design For Scandal"With summer school on a scholarship: though weary I may beI OPEN FRIDAY
NIGHT
Rosalind Russell and Walter Pidgeon will come back and then.

:'it I Please God! We'll live and love
ALSO SELECTED _
SHORTS UNTIL
Lt. Bill \Valnwrlffht (Ft. again. 9:30 O'CLOCKFOR
I Bragg) an' Rebecca Ann Bethel -

Mlnnetota-lte) will soon become Agent No. M-l (my demon poet YOUR CONVENIENCE
man an' mrs. More details reporter) Is at It again and here

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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS | Mrp. Alice! Langfoul of Luke Deeds SI siarhi, h-m
Filed "
'''Butler was vlaltot I II. 4In11'r ('nl le T, IIit IDFOa, ,
a )
hea'eVflil.- At Mll'k. 'Ihndt ad, ,,11" by 1'1)1'rI.. FI.IHIiti: : 91t t\:.
:i np day In he home of Mrs R. A. Deed No !Ja. tin cd"( f I" ,III". I"L't I hl/l.: I
92 State of Florida J'; H I Ionra 7 .
I Thomas. .1\\. It. niifti riniiuirr.' ,t-.a-:, .
Laniel spent the Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Wins Mrs. John Vasquez the j through the trustees at the Internal \ : of isi's\rn\ ,I., 11 M. ..n. II. 11f.fi"letaiil'A' ?. :10.:
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\>,,.Mlo.ta. Ga. Sara Barefoot spent Tuesday in weekend spent Jlr. Improvement }Fund to Z. t<'li.tvi' 'KM FII't'llloty. Moil: ':;
with and J.
,, rein lives in Tampa.Mr. lira. C. Hall Jr, of Nt tli' .. '
Jacksonville.Mr. R. Sawyer IN In'rcliv. stern that (Iniinil'islKii I-i iti IiIIt: I''' 1'1 ITIII.IIIATIOX' AND
Calnciiville
Lake Wales were 111 Starke Wednesday Juno 13; > it. 'iiinlfi" 1 the i>ri>\t IM''UH' i :MiTU'K; TO Afl'K.Ml
W Redgrave Is visiting and Mrs Murray Soloman attending the funeral of Deed No. 93, State of Florida, : r..tl hu:nf: a,20'I 1'41. .'-lh UIWK of Kli.rl.lu. I :MT\TIO. OK FIAIItll1.S' to: SilasI'eth f.
ii-KlnliT with the
and Mrs. W. whose rmlilotiue
M. through the Hi'llllHtt. 19
Va. trustees
Wainwright ; of the In-
.teriburg' are t'I'-rk nf the
IrJ enjoying a ten-day vacationin Mr. Hall' father John C. Mail flK'iill Conn' in anil 1 ion '.a: ,
and children of Tallahassee ternal for lit inlfi.nl : !
improvement
spent Brooklyn N. Y. Fund to A r..uniKlorUln, the I rruurearxYuu
L spent the week-end here. R. Randolph, June 13; Deed No. firtltln Mjllll: "MllllulV'luinie' nf l>l"ll," ara apprnr on
Opperman Mrs. Joe R. Vau of Ihnt"Iauud. 14'2.'to
>e. Willis- ;: II :.I\\
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91. State of Jo'IOI'ldlthl'ough the -r ..hdh w. ore ciiKiiKcil au.ltlrilDK \ xrd I the shove
fen m Jacksonville. Mrs. Heniletta Slot 111 and ton, has accepted a position! as. a liltHliu' ill tamed I'"rt and cause. where.,inplithitiff
Miss Marguerite Deyoi Is trustees of the Internal Improvement III H..klO divans., Ilr..d'u,'d I III
daughter book-keeper In the Florida, w. I'nil MtStniki'
two-weeks' Hattie of Jacksonvillewere Bank Fund '. I..',lIInly Telegraph shall pllhllHh this
week- spending a vacation at to 1< M. Packham, : Diixironl" Cuntiiv I 1.'ln'hl.
cCann spent the her home In Tampa. guests of Mrs. B. Jacobs at Starke. Her husband l I" in the June 13; Elliott Knight and Fannie Thai, Ihiunlit. liiiHlnoHM IH' o",ued! i trd, ..r In next tour weekly ,issues.
Beach on busl- Wednesday.Mr. main poet exchange at Camp and i.pornioil by Hip tnllu"lnIn/ : WIIIIOHH lilY hand and official nulI
dytona Blanding.Mrs. Mae Knight his wife of .r..1. parties: Stuikf, Klorlil, this l Jun Still,
Duval County to J. W. Alvin \, WdiiHii.in. llHlf 1941.ltFFt'tAt..
De Loach MIXIII
Mrs. W. B. Sewell
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spent several and Mrs. N. Sternbetg and and Loiln, Sl.irkiKl ( ( SKAI) A. J Thomas,
LlU Hagan has returned days this week In Leesburg with Mr. and Mrs. Jack K. G. Duncan Emma 1)e Loach, his wife of, At Mtaikv. llrniironl i'.>"11'1'' Fh.hI. -.-- An flii of HUM. Court.S8 4t 7-17 i
relatives In her sister Mrs. J. D. Cottrell. Sanlan spent and little Duvul County June 17: Kate Livingston ... IhlM 251 h.. day of Jim. 19U.! T. Krnntc Ijiiulruni, Htark "Florida
visit with Sunday in Daytona Beach with daughter Margaret Rose were In I unmarried, to N. B. Hull. 6-Z 4t 7-17 Ally far 1'lf. ",I'
Dr. S. Ster bel'g. Jacksonville for several day thefitHi June IV Earnest
; Bail
Capt. and Mrs.. H. C. Wall of Strickland !
of the week where MargaretRose and Rosa !
Mary Strickland his r
C Harley of Lawtey St. Augustine were week-end Miss Miriam Guy of Hampton was under treatment at wife to Claude Hall June 17; I FOR SALE-BARGAINS j

Wednesday here withMrs guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.I was.i a week-end guest of her Riverside Hospital. William I). Malphurs and his,

Wall. brother and slnter-ln-law Mr laid wife Jane Malphurs, to Allle FOR QUICK CLEARANCE ; i

I Mrs. Fred Guy. R. W. Lynch returned Tuesday Tyler and her husband Coone I .Myers Electric Pump and Tank 1 Horse' Power $125 ;
Mrs. Roy Smith of !
D. W. McClellan TennJle. night from Valdosta, Ga., where Tyler" June 18V.; H. Edward., ,,
d afternoonle. In Ga.. la visiting her brother-in-law Miss Grace Green leaves today he visited! his mother Mrs" Hattie Jr.. and Eula M. Edwards his I Burke EIt'Ctrfcump.I Horse Power .$100

urday. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. for Camp Shelby. Mis!*., where Lynch of Mayo a patient In the wife, to Mamie Davis and DavidA. I Oak Electric Hrmvler 4 decks 800 chick capacityeach :

Duncan. she will visit her brother Robert hospital. She will return to her Davis her husband June 20 unit may he used separately $ 90I f

{one Mathews employe In Green for a few days. home this week. Bendix Electric Washing Machine $100

) of the Starke Coca Cola Beautiful Cleaning Beautiful Methodist Church 1 Electric Ironer __ $100 :

L I the week-end at her Tailoring a t Starke. Blanding Mr. and ?fa's.V.. H. Grahamand A, Z. Adklna Jr., who IK a stu-

iMoultrle, Ga. Tailors, Opposite Park Theatre. young son Hank and Jack dent at the Summer school In Services at the Church next ALL IN COOL; ) CONDITION
I
Gill of Atlanta, Ga, are spending the U n I v e rilty of Florida In Sunday will be as. follows: See at farm. Route 80 between Keystone Heights/ andJlelroe.F I

B Powell returned last Mrs. Mae Edwards*; Joe Edwards a while at Kingsley Lake. Gainesville spent the weekendhere Church School 10 A. M. M. ""redrlkAA<
|his home In Newton N. and Miss Elaine Edwards with his parents Judge and Morning Worship 11 O'clock.

a visit here with his spent Thursday of last week in Miss Nettle Dowllng:: returned Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Subject: "The Inevitable Cross." I'

Hi'9. Laura I. Powell. Jacksonville. home Friday from Jacksonville Youth Fellowship meeting., 7:00P. : t I't

where she had spent two weeks Mrs. F. H. Long went to Jacksonville M.
.uWIWIWIIIWIIN114111WIIN1141NNIWIIW4IYIIIIIYYIIYIIW1111111' "''''' ' ''' "11114111WIIIINNIYNNNN1Y1uII11WlWWIYIIIWI61411WL1a' l ""I IIILDINT. with her aunt, Mrs. James God- Monday and spent .several Evening Worship 8:00: O'clock. TYPEWRITERS

1 bold. days with her son-in-law and Subject: "The Rewards for Be-
REMODELING daughter, Or. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll ins Good." ADDING MACHINES

Mrs. Rene' Garcia of Tampa and with her daughter, Mrs. Prayer services at the church
GENERAL MILL WORK was visiting relatives here Sun- Richard R. Thede. each Wednesday at 8 P. M. I

day and Monday. Mrs Garcia A cordial welcome to all.
Repairs Service
NETS FIXTURES INTERIOR DECORATING .
will be remembered as Miss Mellie Louis W. Koch has been in -Q. C. Powell Pastor

Silcox.: Arcadia during the past week All Makes :

| Low Estimates Phone 52-J looking after business interests % o r i l: 6:
Mrs. Maria K. Hull has The ri-itlVtrnil bunks of the
returned there. Mrs. Koch has been there r
City of Hiniki ..
will' h i>|1'"ii fur I ha
to Redlands after spendingtwo for a month. Their son la stationed r."I..I..all of cli-rlorn f..o.'I..t..
E. "BERT"
HARTMAN & MANN weeks here visiting friends at C a r 1 Is t rom Aviation urtluy.AtiKiiKt July H 1 I. 1 ,
IOU. Im-lUDlve, ut t Iho
and looking after ber property Field near there. City Itu II. SALES AGENCY : t

Eddie Hartmann Geo. Mann interests ItpRlxtrutluti rAltfj officer JOHNS' :City, of 319 W. University Ave. Gainesville
.. Mrs. James Black hear. who Stark*.
''II Jack Gill of Atlanta, student has been with her husband. Corporal
a
";";'-'mmamamnauSelNUmYYIIImnYINYam4uoamenmm4nNMlrMmm'' '''' '' ,,'' '' ""4mn4MYYYn" '''11I'11'11'11I''' '' ''''rnmr''''''
In the Georgia Military Academy Blackshear at Camp Bowie MITII,! Of IVTKN'IION' TO ;'; 14YIIWJIYniI, ,"" , .... .- ,
''Il'''''rll'n' r" 11U" 'INl1'" I." .11' W 'A hl u" dY1aINWYIIWMIW1111naNYNN1: i .' "' '_IMYrI
was the guest last week of his Brownwood Texas for the past KKI.IHI: Kit Kl< Tl I 101 N" > ''MH Ii'I
Notice IK hereby. given that f"
thundTNlirned.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. three months was a visitor hel'elaat under the provliilon '
E YOU SENT YOUR PORTRAIT M. Alvarez. week. She left Monday to rejoin of Chapter 20U5J. Law of Florida; OPENING SATURDAY "
1 1i
Act 01 1941. wll,.> refflNter with thet'11 I I .
HOME? her husband at Camp Shelby k of the Circuit Court 'In and .
Mrs. S. S. Dowling has returned Hattlesburg Miss. fur firtltlollM Bradford County. )Florida the ..
name of THELMA'S PLACE
PRESENT THIS AD AND SOc AT OUR home after spending several daysin Hlandlnic Tailor i :
Jacksonville with her brother- Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dahmer of under which we lira engaged. and

STUDIO. WE WILL MAKE A- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs the Petite Studios are vacation- ilultiir 12!* K. I :rlIOJI.., and IllancllnvHlHfke 329 .1.11 Temple Avenue .

James Godbold. ing at their home In Cadillac Center
$3.50 Oil Colored Portrait / Bradford. County Florida. I
Michigan. He will return about That the said buHlneioi l is uwnedand PLATE LUNCHES

OF YOU. ONLY, ONE TO A PERSONSTUDIOS Lloyd J. Green has been very June 30 while she expects to remain tereNted opeiaied parties. by: the following. I I

ill for the past two weeks with in the north until the last. have l Levin, 129 K. Call Ht,
typhus fever and complications of September.Lee Hturke/ Flu SANDWICHES COLD,BEER Y YPWLNIatlrl
BON-ART At Hlurke./ Ilradfniil ('o"na.Flor.
but seems to be improving at Ida, this 25th.: Jay of June, IU42. j f

the present time. and Lucy Cobb former s-se 4t 7-17 '' ''_. YIIYIMNYaluYWNlsnlsllHmnA'n, .. _ni l1 _: iii, ':"n um'.iu' !:"i''Y"-.II' ,mlannniMnikuunYliAlrlpourFREE ."' "''' ,
223 S. Walnut Street Starke, Fla. parishioners of the Rev. G. C.
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IN CIHCI IT < oinr, mi ti p >lii>
Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful Powell at Seminole In Pinellas. /'O1'r F. Pl.OHIOtl Iv tiiV-
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Tailoring a t Starke Blandlng County arid friends of his son Harvey.Kilt.T. MfFnrland." I'lnlnllff. v.. -
Tailor., Opposite I'ark Theatre.Mr. and daughter, are visitors In the Kvlmu W. McKarlund.. Defendant. ESTIMATES 'ON I
C'liMK No. 2040.OUUKU .
Methodist. parsonage home this : OK ITBLir'ATION' AND !
WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE and Mrs. W. M. Haigbt of week. NOTICR' "'" AI'h'KAIl I

Waycrons Ga, spent a few days \v.HTATi 1I"'a..lan.l.; OK F1.0UII whose. A address to..el.na: In Painting & Interior Decorating I

Plate Lunches Regular Dinners here recently with Mrs. Haigbt's Mm. H. It!. Thomas who has UnknnH
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and been for the pant two weeks visiting You, aro required i to appear on I oGO- ; 't k kI'
August aril. I IU42, In the aliov fc fcl
Welcome All Soldiers & Mrs. J. H. Fields. In the home other mother-in- hauled. Com and i-auBe, whorelnlilulntlff
Dancing, returnedto Narks dlvolcn. I If ml find I
| ., law Mrs. R. A. Thomas t County TeleftTHph nhull nithllxh thin' her 2* fonlrartn. already In Mtarke. Look'thrm'' nrrrtr ,. i'':
CiviliansLIGHTSEY'S Mr. ana Mrs. G. H. Bennett her home at Fort Lauderdale, Older' In next four weekly |Issues. t
and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ben- Wednesday. Mrs. R. A. Thomas WltneHH, my hand and official Neal I \\ are a fowl, Klunillng Outer, Foul. Guy li tn<>, Man.Mt -
at Htaike. Klurldu this' June 23rd.
nett and small daughter spent accompanied her home fur a visit 1042. .. hc.m% K.': I. Matthews, lunnr.l In process' of con-
CAFE Sunday In Jacksonville with Mr, COKKICIAJ, MKAL! ) A. J. TharnnnAn I
Clerk of mild l'nurt.26 41 7-17 Irtu-t on new M'hool bullillng.QUITMAN.
and Mrs. Randolph Boree. Mr. and Mrs T. J. Griffin and

YOU Miss Annie Darby were In Jack-
TREAT US AS WE TREAT '
NO I'M '': OP 1\'a'h1\TroV.. : TO
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight returned Bonvllle Sunday afternoon visiting autI\: : fit. .rirroaINF7 -01:10-

Road 13 Just North of City Limits home Monday from Spar- Mrs. Carrie Rltch who 1 III a patient Notice. |I.. ,linifliy iindi-r' alien the .provlHloimof that Ihaundersigned .

tanburg S. C., where they visited in St. Vincent's Hospital. 'Chuliler 20t 1., Laws of Florida. WILSON
:
AolM; of 1'Ht.will( reKlMer with the: ,
who is here to hear
Friends glad
their son Paul E. Knight are Cler! of the Circuit Court. 'In and
In training at Camp Croft. that Mrs. Hitch 'Is gradually Improving for Krudfoid. l'"nly.I Florida, the CAINESVILLK; FLORIDA(
,
rlrtltbun' mime of
NAT SEZ after a serious operation.
: F'rankH l Fine "'"",1..
Before this war Is over a lot of Sergeant O. L. MacArthur, of tinder wbli we. ate engaged. anddoing 1555 Onadapa/ St. I'hone 718-JX !,
State Patrol and Miss Alma Murihee, who I I" iMjNlneHM ntV
the Highway .-
our boys' are going to be hurt andthey'won.t !III > \ Cull HtHtiiike .
and Mro. MacArthur returned last attending college In Nashville Rrudford Cnunty, Florid
all be from Maine That the Httld. 'litiMlneHH In owned
the week-end
week from a two-week's vacation Tenn., Is spending and
Vermont operuterl by (the following' IntftreNted -
at their home In Pensacola. here with her father, Arthur pnrtleH'Flunk = -
You might as well make up jour Murrhee. She will return Sun Perrurn. Hox baT, Hlarka,
mind that some of them are K o. Kloildu." .
Friend of Corp. Cliff Hazen day to resume her studies at the At Klnike." nrndford ('"'lntyFI.... .I-
Bradford
tag to be our own ida thin JJith.. day.of June, 11142. 4u1oa Th
will be Interested to know that he summer session.' I' o/9
County crackers.Are 2tl 41 7.17
to the Air
has been called Army I

you ?doing Start your today part by? buying If not Corp. He left Monday night fora Place your orders for REAL': 0'iHK: OK-i>''>:\'rni> .10IIK ,'ryl+ l/dJ "";. .Q nldt lfQIfQlflf.
why not :<.,<4I' 'KII t-'HTIIHXN \ \
training camp In Arizona. SILK IIOSIKKY. with Mr. Frank tMFiNutter I B
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ax many bonds an you can. That'sthe IM lieieliy' Hlven I flint the
to bark Hooter, 403 E. :\ladl'on. undersigned unrler tha ,.....vl"I""H" "C'
do the exclusive
leant up We
you can Miner returned of Chapter JOIlfit. |. KlorMu. suggest
Mr. and Mrs. L.. E. ((9-29-tip) 'rt.t :
the boys who are doing our fightIng Arts' ?{ I'm.! will with the
Thursday to their home In I'lerk of the, (lrcult .'.."rt. 'In find Thermlque hejterless method t
:. I New Smyrna after a week, visit Mrs Norman Ruckle of Llano for Bradford, County, "'10"hJ II, the
flftltloiiH' nHine of'HtuikelllundlnK
available to in our shop.
here with Mrs. Laura I. Powell Texas who has been employed In Tailors you

OVERALLS and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Field ':! L. W. Koch's Drug ptore for the doliiir under. biiMtneMN which we nt are engaged, and You will be delighted with the I!

SHIRTS-PANTS 'past three months realgneJ; her 124 H. Walnut Ht. 1
UNION W. G. Halle and son, Jack position this week and will return Htnrke, llruiirord County. KIorlflAThnt l lasting! <; quality..ltslustreand beauty. ?
MAOf HIM Bald liuHlneHM IM ownedand
ee UNION-ALLS Haile who Is spending a two to Texas July 1. Her husband '. nperuteil" by. the fullowInK' Intereetel ,-
weeks vacation here went to who Is a corporal stationed at parfle. *.
BLOUSES-COATS Edward' Prince.' 122 H. WalnutTHE '
Pal mBeach yesterday to visit Camp Blanding, will soon be leavIng 1UMKJ. [ I

+ Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin G. Halle this section. OLD RELIABLE eJ

Jr.
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Mr. and Mrs A. W. Masters It you need a good laxative or cathartic I'

Leonard Smith, Jr., who In taking and daughter. Julia, left thin. to relieve headache bilausne,

an engineering course at the week to make their home in De- or that lazy tired feeling when due to Starke
Beallty.S'oppe
University of Florida In Gaines Jrolt. Mich.o"or the past 18 temporary: constipation, ask for and I.

A ville spent Father's Day here months Mr. Masteis has been an be sure you feet

with his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. employe of his father-in-law E. HERBINE Sla' t Florida
t
A. Winkler, In his electrical business. -
F. Smith. \1.1. imro .. .
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;; ,,: ii,,ll i imuimi,,,, "tw"mitwind' )' II ,IIU1.-w;;,; ;, i'N' i"! ,"i.ri'" IL.s.1.N111i, ,,,, ,' ",. :--77'-; ,. ,'"l ,."IM.ii;;|;;; <,HI,;IT'..1".1" '' '.. r,
Mrs. E. S. Matthews left Tuesday
for Orlando, where she will v>>

SHOE spend a few days with her son-ln- CONGRATULATIONS i

law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs.H. .
}r tie B. McLendon. She wa :accompanied RI' '

PEPAIRIMG by her granddaughter TO
Jeanette McLendon who had been

visiting here for the past week. I.


Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Wilson A. M. DARBY'S

had as guests over the week-end I

America's Urs. Wilson's son and daughter-
Work ClothingBuy
Finest
; I n-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Alvarez -

of Ala. Mr. Alvarez -
Sylacauga I
with co "confidence-wear returned home early this Upon Moving Into Their Fine New Home On West

pride! WHILE YOU week while Mr. Alvarez will remain ,
Exclusive
Extra quality here until October. The 1 P Call Street. We Are Proud Of This Leading

.ax Lee Fabrics and Lee's Exclusive WAIT Vllsons plan to move Into their

M.5 "Tailored Size" way of making AH Work Guaranteed.Only home on Klng.ley Lake July 8. I I Grocery And Their Fine Record Of Service To i


this fine clothing guarantees ab- The Highest Quality Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm are Ellis newcomers and- The People Of Starke For Over Forty Years.
Virginia
solute daughter.
satisfaction on every Lee Leather Used I
to Starke. moving here I

garment bought at this store.ternberg's. .6 from St. ,Augustine. They are

making their home in the Lorenio I

BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE Ellis is
Green apartment Mr. I

REPAIR employed by Robt. Green Cleaner ', Starve Telephone Company 10 r
and was formerly with leading
> Across From foatottlc in St. Augustine
establishments I 1. i

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BRADFORD COUNTY 'lELEGRArn. ST.\RKE. FLORWA _ n
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1 d SIXFARMERS' FARM NOTESBy Molasses Found Inspection

, SECTION Voted
To Be ValuableIn
I1'. Dyer For Lake
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.__. __ __ __ ____ -._-. = _-- =- --------- .-= ABOVE HULLABALOO Tests City
--- -- County Agent Feed

i HINTS FOR TIlEHOUSEHOLD. farms Free anI! mandatory
RURAL The potato and tobacco When replacing half the normal specUon IOP.rvlc

,,I COMMON SENSE. . compliance have recently with been allotments checked for In amount of ground snap corn In was tUI'al approved J.rarkel'ng Of Ad IIIe

4 DEVELOPING RESOURCES COLD MILK DRINKSFor Bradford County we have 17 the fattening rations of steers, eligible VOle n 10 pe

__ farms with a total of 1520 acres blackstrap molasses enables the selling on 'a8t by (*,
War restrictions are bringing hot weather, when cold 9 thp 49 f1
allotments with only
of bacco
potato animals make of
the Individual much in demand to more their marketsrefeendum < t
responsibility buck to beverages are no > the
I farms planting this year SO 2 South
farm family, Families are milk can be made the basis By LYTLE HULL gains from cheaper roughages, held
with 270.2
acres, and 124 farms U. S.
and will have ample opportunity of some very delicious cold them keener Depal'lmpnl 'yajhas
t having, Help to Russia acres of tobacco allotments but' gives slightely appetites Infoime "cr.,
to demonstrate their Ingenuity drinks, such aa milk shakes, eggnogs the
and resourcefulness, muchas chocolate milk, and malted There teems to be a lot of confusion munlim. We win fight it ever here with only 66 farms plating only and Is equal in feeding tural ExtensIon Florida

their forefathers did in the milk. Chilling improves the in some people's minds over until we drop dead or until its advocates 190.3 acres. value to the equivalent weight of The markei Sel'Vke,
the fact that the United States on successful in their be- at Lak.
are
earlier days when they were con- flavor of milk drinks, so be sure ground snap corn replaced in the I leI a, wuatobacco InclUded CI
the one hand II exerting every effort loved outdoor sport of hooting us In
quering the wildernesses. to keep the food in the refrigerator -; to help the Russian cause in against a wall or of doing away Several farms have excellent ration. State Experiment Station the one at Live Oalc tilt
Extreme development of the until the fast minute. A the war in Europe, and on the other with us. as they did in France a crops of tobacco which are now i feeding trials concluded recently Ing the service. allft/:
commercial system this country small quantity of crushed ice hand is fighting Communism on hundred and fifty yean ago. with a being harvested. However, the have shown. Extension of
ban enjoyed for the last few years added before mixing also helps. the borne front. then new type of safety razor called larger part of the farms have late "The value of molasses when vice to all 49 t the 1n"Pftt
The is that Communism the Guillotine. what Russians of tobacco to bad of tbe
difference But
has taken the burdens from the Milk Shake crops owing used with equal parts of ground year Is IIlant:
the same time It To one of cold milk add In Russia is Russia's business do about politics in their own country weather conditions. dOUbtful, howei'll
but at cup feeding steers there
people in Is
corn .
snap will a.
and Communism in the UnIted is none of our business, and we M---b.,"''""
has developed dependence on four tablespoons of grape, black- States Is our business. would indeed be fools if we threw depend largely, however, on the injector,1 *
others rather than on ourselves.We berry, or strawberry sirup (the Despitethe unfavorable seasons
We don't attempt to dictate to away our chance of winning this price of molasses as compared
which from canned fruit). ,Shake this spring the farmers have
have bad a commerce juice Stalin how he shall run his country, dangerous war because we couldn't with that of ground snap corn," Naval
supplied us with our every want well. Serve.Chocolate. and if the people of Russia like "reform" them. made good with their strawberryand Douglas Smith, assistant animal Reserve

I and made It unnecessary for us Milk Shake their particular form of government Over here we like our own demo- vegetable crops and the price husbandman in c h a r ge of the Has Modified
to exert ourselves, to make our Ingredients: 3-4 cup milk, 1 to -It is "0. K. with us" even cratic system which gives every has been fair to good In moat trials, reported.
own materials, to be self-reliant. 2 tablespoons chocolate sliup, though we consider their judgment man with brains sod energy a cases. Corn, peanuts and other Physical Standard
But now that rationing has and a few drops of vanilla. poor. If we are fighting a hard chance to become President of the later crops promise to be averageto Steers used In the trials Aver- ,
number of Items and close war with a third party-we United States, or at least a mil good. It Is expected that the aged 600 pounds In weight at the Physical
come for a Mix in order given, shake well, don't care what the second party's lionaire. So when dreary Communists beginning and were of grade listment In requi aeBta! *
for others, Bradford farmers will die
County -
likely many exceed U
appears and serve cold either plain or local politics are as long as be is come over preaching slaveryfor Hereford grade g
farm families are once again becoming with whipped cream on top. a good flghter and can help us out. the manes-w throw them out the goals set for the county Braford blood. Brahman and serve have been mojfT| !
resourceful, are once The pigmies of Africa worship (or try to); and when our local for food and feed crops as set by The feeding period Navy Department, LJeu1,
again making many of the things Maple Shake strange god, They flght with poisoned "long haired boys" advocate destruction the government. lasted 120 days. They were Needham, Jr., Officer,
they need, lining materials at Ingredients: 1 tablespoon maple arrows. They seldom bathe to us and power and glory divided into three lots. The first for Florida Navy
hand. If sugar is short there is sirup, dash of salt, and 3-4 cup and never brush their teeth; and to themselves sometimes lock About 20 farmers have had 19t received a ration consisting of nounced last week.Recnl!

sirup or honey, rained on the milk.Mix while we will move heaven and them up. In Russia they handle Internal some 50 horses vaccinated against I ground snap corn, peanut meal, The modlflcR lions
In order given, shake well earth to keep them out of our nice enemies IIkewllu.nd then sorghum silage, and Alyce clover quirements affed
good
farm. Either makes a pretty white-tiled some." But Russia didn't turn sleeping sickness during the past for teeth
bathrooms we would up 11I4
substitute, for some of the sugar and serve cold. Whipped cream welcome them as allies against a Its nose when we joined their side month by Dr. C. A. Palmer. Those I hay; the second received the same and are expected to b

which cant be had If cans and may be served bn top as garnish herd of angry rhlnocerae. !!! thisght.. just because they don't who wish to have this work done ration except that blackstrap mo- the eniffttman--n__... .v.,. >Ilff. _!
I. 4nr> are' nrnrrit there is a way. to (Serves one.) There Is a pernicious beast called lute VIe lorm 01 government we should notify the County Agent's J asses was substituted for half of applicants who COil
d.y many fruits In the sun and Banana :Milk the elm beetle which thrives on have chosen for ourselves.A office and a date will be set. the amount of corn; and the third qualify for Service unto

preserve them I n pretty good Ingredients: 1 quart milk, 4 the lush vegetation of the Dutch group of allies-including the lot received the same ration as requirements, Lieut, Ne f
shape for future use, or some root I tbsp. sugar. 3 ripe bananas mashed East Indies. We have never con- United States and Russia-are fight-: With better pork prices, the the second except that the molasses plained.

crops and fruits may be stored fine, and dash of nutmeg. templated war with Holland on that foe.Ing a Americans bloody war against including a common all who farmers are raising more hogs was fed in a self-feeding Volunteers for enlistment(i

in cellars, hills or banks and keptIn Combine ingredients and whip millions account, fighting but over this here imported we spend pest put the Interest of their country before this year. It is very importantthat separate trough instead of being U. S. N. R., under the M i
condition for months with an beater. Serve cold. mixed with the other feeds. must have
good egg to the death. their own personal ambitionsare they be vaccinated against : sufficient ttetl
Dried and beans, well soaked Serves six thus far bloodless Steers In the first. lot able
peas ( ) We are fighting "hand in glove" fighting a cholera and swine plague as soon : gained 1.8 replacements to !
before cooking, are almost-if Dot Honey IlIotHom with China against the "fresh Alec" war against those who would de- as pigs are six weeks old. I do: pounds each per day. those in the factory biting and aS

quite-as good as fresh peas and Add three level tablespoons Japs; but we won't allow Chinese troy us from unrelated.The within.. The two issues all this work in the county, andit second lot gained 2 pounds per I function. Natural teeU fe
are I
beans. honey and 5 to 6 tablespoons fresh laborers to enter this country. Communist party in this has gotten to be a big Job in day and steers in the third lot I serviceable and, the fa

Florida farm families, too, are lemon or orange juice to one pintof I t There are a number of Englishmen country is composed of people of ev- addition to the many other duties' gained 1.9 pounds per day. These fiippoi'ting Btructuiea mn
resourceful In getting around milk. Shake until dissolved. who are unwelcome in this ,I el'7 nationality on earth-but mostly as County Agent In time of the i'results Mr. Smith e x p I a I ned, free of disease
labor shortages. They find waysto Tomato Milk Cocktail I country-and vice versa-and there of American cItizens CommunismIs war emergency. would indicate a slight advantagefor A binocular rating of jj.j

do the job with lens work, or Ingredients: 1 cup rich' milk, 2 don't are some allow British over here ideas; but which we are we a disease which requires exten- During my first year In this the steers receiving molasses, Ion with not less than n>>
else develop In their own black- tomato few ive and exhaustive treatment: the county ending In April this but Individual differences In the wont eye will be
cups juice, grains I certainly friendly with Britain. Axis is gangrene to us and must be year. acctpw
smith shops devices which enable salt, and few grains pepper. The tame thing applies) In the operated upon at once if we hope to I vaccinated 16,328 hogs at 859 animals might account for such vided no organic defect k
one person to do more work. Pea- Combine Ingredients and stir Russian situation. We hate Com- get well. places, and traveled an estimate small margins of superiority 'by ent.
nut harvesting this year will givea well. For adults, additional sea of 12,000 miles doing this woi'k. the second and third lots. In Heretofore, appllcami h

good tent of this ability in sev- sonings .may be added. I Now tire, gas and car mustbe previous trials, during the pre- Naval Reserve have 'bm

ral counties. EggnogIngredients WITH OUR FARMERSSince I conserved. I must ask the ceeding two years, be also pointedout quired to have 18 mini

And last but not least, Florida : 3 eggs, pinch of people to be considerate and cooperative steers fed corn without mo- teeth with two opposuji
farm families are resourceful in salt, 1 quart milk, 3 tbsp. powd- in this matter and get lasses equalled and in one case without malocclusion! aU<

providing entertainment and recreation ered sugar, 6 tbs. fruit juice and automobiles will be pretty"'load." which the farmer readily as many of their neighbors to slightly exceeded, the gains made not more than four Inclm!

for themselves. Now that chopped nuts. well handicapped for the dura- accepted. Later on, after he had have hogs ready at the same time by groups fed molasses, sing. They have also tn

they can no longer drive Into Add salt to egg-white and beat tion, the business carried on by time to figure things up, the seller in order to save time and mile Results of the trial the animal qui red to have not lou the

town to see picture shows, they to a stiff froth. Add sugar, well- Ernie Dowling and his BOn, Billy, found that he had lost $7.50 by age. husbandman said, indicate that I vision in either eye.
are reviving wholesome old forma beaten yolk of egg and fruit Is becoming more and more Important not accepting the first man' of- molasses fed In a separate troughor Also of Interest to a larp
of family entertalnmegt and developing juice. Combine with ice cold milk. to the farmers of Brad- fer. He had 25 crates which, at On of our farm reporters in mixed with the other feeds I bet of Floridians this wetki

new one*. Communities Sprinkle top with chopped nuts. ford County. They deal in farm $1.10 would have netted him the conservation program, Willie used was equal In feeding valueto announcement that a Navy!
are being drawn more closely tOgether mules, saddle horses and "cow" $27.50. Strickland, who has been doing the equivalent weight of structlon engineer would I

in both recreation and GUM BRANCHBy horses selling on the average of this work for several years, was ground snap corn replaced, that Jacksonville Friday ud !
work. drafted into the steers receiving ground snap cOI'n'' day, June 19 and 20, ud'' '
Mrs T. N. Norman 15 a week during these times. LESTER CROSBY, who lives six army recently.
Perhaps many good things will The horses are bought at auc- miles out toward Lake Butler. and molasses in the proportions day June 23, to Iniervlnri
come out of the hardships and I Mls used were able to use more rough cants for the Seabees,"'111*
Norman
Dorothy spent the tion in Thomaavllle, Ga., and then raises quite a bit of truck'atuff
shortageu Incident to the present week-end In Jacksonville with sold here for cash or "terms" or on his 20-acre farm. He sells his 1O 0 OF INCOME age and required less carbonaceous bees" are the constructs
Wa:. I concentrates for 100 talions of the used U
Friends. traded for cows and bogs Dairy produce wherever he can get the produlng Navy,
Vanlce Keen of Jacksonville was cattle are bringing from $:\\0 to best pl'lces--hel'e or in Jackson- IS OUR QUOTA pounds of gain, that appetites of advance mobile bases, A
RESOLUTION IN MEMORY OF molasses-fed steers were slightly number of ratings art "I"
visiting his mother, Mrs. Over- $85 a head while horses and ville.
MRS. ID\ LEE UAKIIY. LATE: street, Sunday.Mr. mules sell anywhere from $33 to The last! thing he had brought .I- keener, and that feeding value of open.

J PRESIDENT OF TilE STARKE and Mrs. J, S Sapp and $l7. to the local market, he said, was IN WAR BONDS molasses will depend on its priceas
iLt I'TIST WOMEN'S: MISSIONARY daughter, Selma and compared with the price otcOl'n I Office Sup pile... Bit..
son, Kldon There U a very ready market some sweet corn that be brought
4 SOCIETY. ECE.1SKI) were visiting Mr. and :Mrs.. Carlton these days, and the Dowllngs do Thursday of last week, for whichhe which it would replace. County Telegrapn.
God
+ WHEREAS, our Heavenly
fc Father In order to carry out His Chastaln In Hampton Thursday 'not keep any good animals more received 12 cents a dozen, or
afternoon of last week. than seven days. "We help the only 60 cents crate."That'stoo '

dom Divine and plan,goodness in His ,Infinite mercy wis-and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and far mer, If anybody does,'" Mr. cheap," he per said.! "That's the BOTTLE CAPS HAVE BEEN RATIONED
little son, Gerald, and Mr. and said and I
love, has called from our midstto Dowling went on to explain reason I quit pulling It. At that

-4 to dwell and with eternal Him rest In peace the spirit happiness Mrs.Rudolph K., S.were Sapp dinner and little guests son of for nothing: "Sometimes down.. we Very sell mules frequently I price decided I couldn I'd just come leave out it on on the it. Ask for the JAX JUMBO and be sure of geUi\\

,; Mr. and, Mrs. A. I). Crosby of the farmer gets free use talk and feed It to the hogs or
of beloved slater and leader
Ida our Lee Darby; and, Starke Sunday. of the mule throughout the season sell It dry. If you keep it and your share of the famous rink of friend
Mrs. Caroline Norman, who has as he often falls to make a feed it to the hogs you haven'tlost
WHEREA3 her her '
by passing
.
1'Sthet .
been in Jacksonville for sometime good and sometimes turns ''I .
crop all your labor, he said.
family circle II I* broken; her children lZ'DUp,1
have lout the protection, I spent the week-end here the animal back to us without "I also have two acres of string lAX iotja

guidance, counsel, and the won- with Mrs. Overstreet and attended even making a down payment" beans," he said. "They run at 40
church at Union. Mr. Dowling spends a great cents to 60 cents a hamper. A
derful example of a loving Christian -
-: 1 mother: and the communityhas Mrs. Grover and son of Lake deal of time at the farmers'' mar- hamper will cost 12 to 17 cents; }))11iFt;

lout an upright, conscientious, Wales were visiting her sister ket, and told ot'an amusing It costs 23 cents to pick them

_ Influential citizen; and, and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. though pathetic Incident that occurred and 5 cents to haul them. So you
A. D. Norman
WHEREAS, by her passing the here Saturday there a few days ago. A see there Is no profit In that. My % % '- % p
night. They all went to Graham Jacksonville buyer offered a local cucumbers 4
averaged well
_ Starke Baptist Women Missionary pretty ;
Society has lout a faithful, Sunday to visit their parents, Mr. farmer $1.10 per crate for a ...i-$1.00, but I just had a few wi
and Mrs. R. M. Johnson. truckload of beans. The -
he said.
consecrated, Christian leader; we green rows "Strawberries did '
miss her presence, her courageous they have sustained; an'd remem- latter indignantly rejected the offer pretty well this year, also. The Lri

smile her prayers, her example ber them In our prayers, : raying, "I'll feed them to the average around $2 per crate." '.

of devotion and loyalty to BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, hogs "before I'd sell at that He also has field corn, peanuts ,M faa. t J
Christ at all times, and her That a copy of these resolutions price. and velvet beans to feed his 2 ti'< .4 Iv'A lt'' .re'

abounding Christian Influence; be sent to the family, a copy Shortly afterwards another man I I horses 10 hogs, 1 cow and 30 : i A '
said "I'll t. .
In beloved : give you $20 for your or40 chickens.SANDY.
sorrow, we commend thereof be sent to the local
your spirit to Him whom a copy to the Florida Baptist press Wit- TIIERESSA- -- _. RI; LI 1.I( ) C/I /

you love and served, who lovingly ness, and a copy thereof be spread LANE I I I L 'iti I I I fi
calls "Come, ye blessed of upon the minutes of the Starke By Mrs. II. D. May Uy Ida Ruth Alldredge v 1 I J I

_ my Father, Inherit the kingdom Baptist Women's. Missionary I Mr. and Mrs. '. ,
'
Rupert Zeigler ,
for T. W. Waters and children of
prepared you. Society. ,
and baby were guests of Mr. and. c -
NOW Lake Butler were visiting !oil'. 1
THEREFORE BElT ( '
Signed) Letitln Light foot Mrs.. J. J.
Zeigler
Sunday. 2
RESOLVED, That we extend our Mae F Powell J. J, I and Mis. Britt Green Sunday afternoon :
Zeighler is very 111 at
.,.
heartfelt sympathy to the grief- Alma -
M. Hough tub writing. We wish for him a 4 r
stricken family In the great loss Committee. Mrs. J. J, Rigdon and daugh :
speedy .
iciovery.Mr. tel'. Mrs. J. L. Gentry and little ; ,_ ,e".ss_.' '
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_ and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan -
spent the week-end with their daughter Vita Jean, were dinner : t .a. qs,.
FUNERAL guests of Mrs. Ida Sweat '
DIRECTOR Sunday.
daughter, Mrs Arthur Milliken of Id
_ My: :Many I'ears Experience I Makes It Possible for 'I" to Render Ocala. Mist Lucite Green spent a few

I EFFICIENT, MIOMIT: and COLUTKOUS: : SEKMCE Friends here are sorry to hear days last week with relatives in i

MODI.RATK PHIOK.SDeWITT : of the Illness of J. O. Hall (better Tampa. ;;
known as Uncle Dube) who is Mrs. C. F. Yeomans and chil-
C. JONES In Orange General Hospital In dren, Thomas, Edward and" Ver-
Stark Florida Orlando.Mr. non of Lakeland are visiting Air.\ :
i i
and Mrs L. G. Sibley of and Mrs. E. E. Green this week. trbstIlr pIaw

Putman Hall spent the last weekend Mrs. Harry Anthony of Starke % i .

W.T.CLUTEREALTORF. with their son and family spent Monday with her son and $t '

here. ; daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr..
II. A. LOANSWe Wllmot Brown and family and' Bascom Williams.

want the listing on your property Mrs. Mary Brown of Hellbronn Mr. and Mrs. Efferd Thomas

We have some wonderful properties for sale Springs and Mr. Ben Saseer of were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gilllam of Starke Saturday.
See! us about your Real Estate Needs C. I... Halt here last Wednesday .:Miss Nella Mae Aldredge of Take a look at the l*"u of the two JAX,Beer C Next entertaining,orant bdf

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 M*. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey were I Starke was visiting her mother, Bott1a.: Note this (act. ,The small bottle boWs time you're JUMBO.
1 business visitors In Starke Fri Mrs. Britt Green Sund.after- ou .5flduSUOIWIOtteCSp<< 12 for use at hornask for.the JAX
.
day.Mr. : seal. full 32 ThcJ.4JJJJ,4Pr patriotic way to buy bec r.
and Mrs. O. C. Masse and noon.Mrs. ounces and uses <
If your would like a good wholesome meal Mn. A. J. Lowery of Jackson ene Green. Ida were Sweat Visiting and Miss Mrs. Lor-Cor- That". the reason every time ask for cap ... ... NtJW ItJ usedAX JU/PIP'
ville you the
in clean, quiet surroundings, at pr -war IE. S.were Sibley visiting Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. ley Edmond Johns of Starke Monday. JAX JUMBO you save forvital war purpoece: If Y. bottled beer in a p.ubhCt::
demons of 1% times .rjA
MU Palmettowas the metal order and split it
prices : Marjorie Hall was visiting in required for the lame JUMBO ;:: e.hoi'
our section amount
In Monday. after beer in 11 If and dont ne
Starke Saturday.W. ounce bottles! you use beer at home J.C:
Every
bottle III
H. Hall and H. noon.The JUMBO ofJAX bottle gently the cap. P*r .'oof' ''f
remove
D.
Then We Invite You May means h
To more
Give Us A Trial were business visitors In Gainesville people In our section are metal for Victory! carefully,then force the cap back on tnc
enjoying the showers we have No wonder back m your i'j
Monday.Mr. patriotic and the remaining beer
Floridians put
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED been having the last few arc turning It
and Mrs. H. D. May haveas for potato days the JAX JUMBO. They box Iff latCIBrewing r use.
setting. hour1'to
their guest for the week their A venienccand the appreciate the con- keep for manY
K8M CAFE son. R. V. May and wife, and large number of people en- economy they let by buyinl the
joyed rervlces at Union Church smooth mellow Drink -
of
daughter. Mrs. L. R. Lambert of Sunday. Friendship this ways! CHJf, !
Comer of Walnut and Madison Washington and Leon Moorer
The little folks of our section I LOll .
their A E
grandson who has been have been having measles this E. S:' Thil week'. winner Ia "i" .11111111"
over sea* for a year. past week. H. F. Y" !.
.
Q. M
". S. S. Stawen. Stifi
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D.rl..I1..f 555.5 II... T", A..... .t D.eeelpllsa ...... 1
NOTICE Re. A... Owaee Tae .t .5
A Ca./e .r Iced See., Tw.. ..
A.. Ow... T.... 4.b..aOTT'S
ODAY NE'4 .f FlE"EJ". of
N\\".... nf tl1!:" 1 1 U 10f. J. Alvares !II R-Dn' IN KIST L.'TET '

Notice III hereby !given that the following described Sit of SE'S nf NW% & .17 W 49 tt of N 1:0 It of
IRnda b"
will '
ax1 sold at public auction on the let :E'4 of I'IW'4 3 6 21 80 W. n. Lot 6
day of Strickland
July, A. D. 1942 at the 4.7 Plenty Moore t..n i
8tarkq ;
_
8W-uf NEv' $9It nf
uf s
County Bradrord State of P'lorlda to 9 r of N 111& ft of
herein .net opposite to the same together With pay all the amount due for taxes Nw% NV1r4.. nf ,8E'4 I 8 21 120 H. J. Kolllnc 1,78 l t : Leonard ) (U:
rlORROW advertising.Deeerlptlo costs of such sole and W'iJ 5f1&NE'y\ NP. s 29 It of N 237 ft of Crawford 1." l Il.! S.
N ofjl. '
4 .f Lot Ii .
4N nf NWr:: E. N 1A\ 10 8 21 ao Wn (Cap) Thomas 3.18 S 39 It of N ::178 It of Robert Scott 1...
..
.4. of SWL, & SE'9 a ,
of I..d Lot 0
Sr. Twp.nae. A..r. Owaer T..... t Co..aSl MW%f. NW 44 of 8E'.fU 8 U no F. I. Crawford 911 R 39 tt of lot I .u t&th"'j: rklJ'.Uck" 1,18: I

IOBntsOlf (, of SW'4 25 8 19 80 Empire Lumber flW'4 uf NW4 H. It 40 I..t..r f.'roat.y 3.28 W 60 fI of N JlO It 1.54 .li).
All 8' of SE": 8 Of Co. 8.70 NI'I 0 NEV4. 2Z 8 U 40 Jlfr. Annie Alvares 3." of Lot II Alexander Tucker 1.11 i\)
River 28 NWy (, U I U 40.u. Lot. >>, Jd
8 19 20 Empire Lumber Co 8.U 6atOt.f 51. Meltu 3.28 lA1noy Irvin 457Coln "
I
Beg t.or or NW'
Lot
Fra,1 18
Nut 35 8
1&
2uo Empire I.umh..r Llx.lr William. 1.01,4,
311 ( 0. lION of NW'4 of IlIW", a .n N line of Seo
'r 8 19 160 ,,
W 55111 Empire Lumber
by Hitler NE'4 Wu4 of Co. 1I.1i run N 418 degrees W 13 6U It E or Ity I
}\4.: 731 rt to Sec line Track run el UtiO

that Joke about the EI L1j of N1. of NE 10 7 19 110 1n DNI D. Harrell /.61 thence N 370 tt to NW .. rt thence t4 parallel / '
hear Frenchtfcreekwho t( .' SLr'A 10 7 19 40 Holding ('or -of NW" of RW', with ley 1000 ft thence .
Dutchman. F'f 4offN % & '" of Lloyd Barry '..89W thence E 1180 It H 1V right snglee 4 If. \
were flying tobland % &: SW'4 of sk y4 10 7 19 HO Empire 660 It to Beg. Es 1 A lIoatft t h.oo. N ,
plane? Lumber Co 17.15 on N side & .lx!: 3.4 .rellel' with .
crippled Ity 63a
In a 11 7 19 40 Lloyd Jt ,1I 13. :
W'OfOfSl Barry t
that got wide cUr1in : & NEye of 4.111 .A In NE Car 4 'I 21 Mary C. Pillard .... to U.. .II3-U I II 2t 11. T. Bennett L84
f story AEy4 It 7 19 120 Mr. Beulah IA In SW Cor ot NW'4 SE': '. of :IIWI.. Ex 14 A '',ain
this countrr a wC of Harrell 11.80 of NWof SW," k S. t'.r It I II 2. "
NEye Nwy 7 Unknown
It went something like EtA of NE'4 of NE'4 n 7 a g Larkin}mpIre D.Lumber Week.Co. al MW'4 of NW\4 of "S..te< 4 7 U U T. n. Rill a.co N'* or NEyof AEp;: .a 1.15. '( ,I'E t/

NA.'A of 8E N of Jllver 13 7 19 20 Emplre!: I.umber C. 1.1.,8 Lot 3 of IIlk 13 Samp- I .E'4 of NW ', or dE'. U 1 n I' A. A. Annis 118 .\a II

L the load needed to NW'4 of sW%, 13 7 19 40 I. IVining U.,1 Blk eon f.'lty 'I 21 Unknown 1.61 Ey3."S or NE n 6'1 21 Mamle Lou Edwarda a... \'
40 Sampson City .
that of
'y
save the crippledKfpllot Com SE'4 at of NE SE/44 Cor, of NWI: 25 1 20 40 M. W. Mann a.45 I A E of Blk 40 In R4 of\ : I.IoI';; I .-:

said-some or the'' of NWy4 k run S 660yds E'y of NW'4 of MW'... 4 'I II I Mary C. Pillar" 2.27 $ NWIh. U 5 II II EII.n TIBdal. tp \ '.
L to Jump. Im- W lU 2-3 yda N So\oo .f NEy4 of REI. 6 7 n 10 T. H. Hill 1.24 I SE': of SW t. of NWT ,
would have 860 yd. E 148 2-3 ydsuof N.. of SFV, of ItE' I 'I U 10 Unknown J 07 Fx II A In N\V {'or. 211 a It II Ned Berry I" ', !t..
Frenchman and the 3 A In SW Cor Of N12'i SW14 of NW", of III .
tr the : y, MW'4 5 II 1. M. r. Paul lea S ,
K out of the door cry. NE3f, I4Ej, ofNWy. of NE'.. W of Road 4 SE', t.f MW'. of NWy4 211 1ft n 10 ,'. 1. a N. Dlnef.llow z55
Four, couetrieThe! plane 1 I 20 100f.. 8W'.. or NE'ir, & tlE' MW6 of NE'4 of SIC'4 15 I II 10 Unknown 1.6. I''
C. naul.r..on .
15.38 nf NE E. 1 A 0. Noy a;;' of 8W' 4
the Englishman WOh of af SE'S & 10 The French. Novelty side f oJEa 1 ''I
red. 10 10 1 n 16 R. J. Prescott. Eet. \ .
SJ, %. of8W14 tlW\4\ 1 II 20 1193 N .
e.For England heIpushlng W% 01 ,, of NW4 1 8 20 20 M.Shop C. Jnc.Raul.non 8.68 3.33 NW\oo of RW' 11 7 U U 8. J. Prescott E.t. 3.60 NW', ..f SKI.. ,.f E' Ii 1 81 10 L. n. lIoullton .... .
the Greek over- NET of N1tV3. 13 I 20 M1yYyjtof tof : 8'lku N4! uf SV18 ur .
40 The ;
French Novelty \ Nit SN11 .
V 17
'I II 40 F. M. Packham 3,40of 21ft 1 II 10 Unknown 2.17
Shop Jnc. 4.10 8 A In NE f. or of NE1'!: EB. ..f NE4! of Ii'E\6 of :
Ling story Isn't It! At NE'4 of BW\: 11 8 20 40 Carrie T. Dowllnll' Et AI 4.20 NEy. being .3& ft N NIII: :1 1 II I Laura Coy 6,31 ,
are made aware 8E4 of BW% 13 II 20 40 J. O. Turner Et AI 4.20 & 8 by 420 It F A WO 'I II 6 Unknown 1.83 B'r of S'. of SW'4' of .
i unul you behind it E'4 af NWy' 'Wu. of !IE'4! or 8W'4 1x;; 1 A NE1e. 21 1 II I Joe Reed 1 I..at
lious purpose 8W'4 of NEy4 14 I 20 X00 O. E. Crosby 7.07 In NE <'or 20 7 2t n R.V.. Surr.ncy a.u Eb'9AofNtyof: NW\6 'f<
tory was created, along Nl4 of NW'4 of SW}. 15 II 20 20 Unknown 1.91 NEt4 of. SW'/, U 'l Z1 40 I O. Youn e 4.77 of NW'1 26 II 1 John T..hRlo". 187 ,t. .: :t.
n. of other similar ones, 8thVe of HW'4 15 8 20 40 Empire umber Co 3.45 Wi4 of SW of AW)' XII 7 21 20 Mn. Annie B. Ward 1.111 litor NW to of NW", 211 6 U :0 Frank J. Smith .... "
It part atPly NVj of NE'4ol SW'i 15 8 20 20 Unknown 1.115 All NWy or NE'N of dll NI:'" of NEy uf +.'
fi agents. was SE'4} of SEV, 16 6 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. a.u Ry Ea. 60 A aoka c. A. HW",, 1\1 of ny 38 1 II I F. A. Fisher $64 "
planned campaign to NES of NEY6 & SWye of ,'r..a Ex 1A sold Ivtlt of Nld'L nf RW1,4 A
empt for England In this k 21 6 20 80 Empire Lumber <'0. '.78 I. W. Wilson Ex Ii 1 NE'' of NI1I'6'' of ) \ '.
N'y 0'1 SW' E .r River. U 6 20 10 Empire Lumber Co. 1.20 A In N. ('or to HevillIt. HW', W of 1Iy It IS 82 U Unknown 785 '
81$1/of_ Ex 2 A inSW E.. Waedinwned by All NlIt. ofSE'ofWt ;
ATION e raids Cor fur Church 22 6 20 37 neo. C. Johns 4.60 H. 29 7 II 23 n. W, Surr.ncy 4.U Id ..r lIy U 1 II IS Federal Lank Dank &M i'I.
E', of SE'4 U 8 20 80 R. M. Johns 7.91 EPvJ'f 910'.40ixNb inAW4 N4Aof9E' of HW t
fflie English sent that glleet HW"," of SW44 23 8 20 40 H. 1'1.' Johns 4.90 Cur : .f of S1vt4 II IS II 4 Mra Bertha. Stuckey..'" '
bombers over Co- Frac1 Blk 1 New River 23-14' 20 .1. E. Adkina .13 29 1. U 1& )In. Annie m. War 2.tS 1 lot lOti fl a'l nn N '
of Lot 'f or Blk 8 It Lots W'y rohr: '. Ex 1 A j.d of 14W14 of $W4. +
: :
oVien and other German cit- 2. 4, 8, 8 of IUk 29 30 1 21 U T. L. Casey 486S1Vt4 of A adjultuing old
I not only destroyed quanti- & Lots 12of hard road 26 II fl n. C?. Kinlaw Je.t. 731
munitions, but they Hlk \0 4&8t.lal t. 4, of SW'/ & W\\ of S.\, of NWS4 of SEt4 36 6 II 10 JL I. Urown au
liUer'l at his I of Blk al & Lots 2. 8W,4 of 41 ;% 30 1 21 10 E. K. r..rrlman 447 NW 54 of s9:'1 of t411 211 6., 10 1Iatlla Moore 1.11
Eck a terrifle blow 3. 6 6 7 5' 9, 11of N:1: of 1'I.' % ..f dW'4 30 'l Z1 20 Unknown I 1v of tllJ\6 of S v14of
'
'
da machine by practically !ilk 82 & Lot 1:2: of Nt'..... or NE%, 841 1 2t 40 (',,('11 H. Monr. 3.46 $93' II 5 II I Peter Tisdale, Sr. LIT ,
.jut all of the underhandhad Rlk3 & Lots 2. 3, 4. Wuj of NE1,4 of NW'4 2 6 U 20 Carson M. Urlgfis a.n S'4 f.7\t4' :fnr V &
[ to make Amerlfte 6, 8, !. 8 of Rlk 4f & WI'wOnf Lot 9n Wood 4 4 N111'4 U IS II 30 Mlnnla S. Abn.y 1.15 63'
done P of HII of tlW" & a l r'
ro
Lots 4 of Elk 45 & 10 132 1 Carl Becker 1.88 81.84
their respect for the 1.t. 2, 3, 6, 6, 7. 8 of Et' of Pot 9 all Lou of SW.. of HIoJ... .
Elk 41 & Lots I, 2, 3 {g 11 & W ,j of Lot & WIlt nf 1"4" of Sidy
i when England 4, 6, 8. 9, 10, 11. 1Aof In 1Vondlawn 10 II 22 30 Mrs Ther..aa Decker 6.01 & H taB rt of SE!. UtSE' _
year ago. 8k7 47 & BIke 65 80h! of Lot 13 In Wood- : of SEI41: 8Mn 1 II U D. F. halter ,11M '4
jntly withstood the descl 66 New River '23.24 8 20 Emil Mitchell 12.11 lawn It II 22 Ii N. R. Starling 1.41 Cmnt Nil .r of
cities by Ger- Lot 22 In Woodlllwn 10 2N lit run W 1180 ft { 'ire" ww
[ their own 11 I 22 Unknown J.66
NW% of NW'," 21 8 20 40 n. R. Johns 4 50NWYW M E 1620 ft
Lots 48
teb, we should have realfour of NW'/ 29 8 20 40 Lumber Co. 4.67 51 In Woud- mg Itt t.
Empire N
lawn 11 1 22 20.1. T. Stunds 2.95 to hog 28 1 23: 40 J. R. 8hllford t.n
ally has Just as much SWy of SP.4' 33 8 20 40 I" R. Ore..n. 6.13 Lot 61 In Woodl.wn It 6 U 10 Paul W 3-4 of H of NWy

and valor as we believe NtOf, NE'4 333 8 8 20 20 1640 Firxt Boondo& E"t. 4.61Mortgage Lots 56, 69, 80 In Wood .ln.l. l.n of NW, ;' 'NW44; ,.t y

jpeopls have-but somehow lawn 11 6 U 'u unknown 4 118 BW', tio'f; A N'unr 'LNW
15.77
Company W of of NE'' 10 If. :\ UVL'I. 1r T
% 1'J! I W. Bavllan"
SE'4 :
n 1.77 '-
[ because of the stories Hit- NEy4 Ex E 24 A 1 7 10 13& Fred Ha..n 31.39 SNt of fIIE'4 of NE',,, 12 I 22 10 Unknown 211 5 28 ::10.1. It. Whlt"nad 4M '
jd around the United States, Lots 8, 9' 10 8 7 20 161 R. B. Hallienon 18.50 SJo14 6 of tlW\04\ of 8W'.. 12 6 U 10 Unknown 1'33 177 MW'. <>f SKVi of NW4!. U 1II 10 Jack Crawford 3.71 I w.i
LoU 11 12 I 7 20 LOT R. B. Ranler..on 33.97 Lots 7. 27. 2* 29 26 .
|ul weren't convinced. Lots 1 2 7 7 20 107 C,. L. Atkinson 21.62 Lots 10. 1 17 2,, 3.4,213(1 13, H., 31.15, .. .. 311, all. til, ad, 44, 4r>.. 6 51

w, with the English carry-: N.. of'NE'4 & SWye of J'a: i. 82. 83, a4 10.k5, 36, 41i. 48, I 46. 60, 63, 64, l, A. S ;, r
NE'4 also that portion 4 I IWoodl..wn N9't! lot0.. 41, 42:. .
; greatest aerial Invasions 47. 45. DO, 83, 64, In .
of 8Ey4 of NW1A E of .J 13 I 12 8GO J. W. Baker 2606 43, 47 A WS. vt Lot 4U ,
tory of mankind, all doubtore Road 8 7 20 123 C. C. Melvin aU& Lotus Ii 6 11. 12 InWOndla..n In Wnodlawn 29 B 11 199 W. II. GrahamS 18.14) 8 l

baa vanished. E 210 f..t of N 130 It 13 6 23 40 J. n. Wllllams SIB Sit, of Lot 22 In Wood- 1.43 x''
of 8W% or SW' 8 7 20 a Oeorge Bawler 9A9SW'4 lawn 29 11 t W. H. GrahamS
Lots 21
Jnglisb and the American 28 In Woodlawn 1:1: 6 23 20 Mary 93. Ward :280 1
of SW1,4 of $W'4, 8 7 20 10 V. V. Hann 2.0& Lot 49 In Wondlawn 13 i 2.1:. 10 Richard Bennett I.n Lot I, 6, 7, 8 N'inf 3 V
lave different habit and '
Lot S of Elk 1 It Lots Lotus n, 62 In Wood- Lot III A all 'lot t'
jristici.u We may 'molder 20fofBIV-lkdO' Lot lawn 13 I 23 20 'ball. A. Rhodes 406 49 In Wondlawn 30 21 (S Unknown '.11
and they h Lot, Lot 1 In Woiiillawn ,1ULut 0 13 10 A. A. ThnmpRon I.Tf i f
fi English" are F.t4 of 8W'4 of RF- 14 II 23 10 Nellie W. Frank 200SWy '
12 Ward 31, 64 In Woodlawn 3UW4 9 11 20 Herman A. 8.8
2 7 of Blk Uudger v
nf 20 Rasa Wlll.mc(
of 22 3.Z6
chap" to death and Reo 1lI.4 N E'. 14 6
pld :you
7 20 Mrs T. P. Ward Eat ..
lor City .n Lot.. 13. 19 In Woodlawn 14 6 22 20 ,'Ie 10m I.. Ford 1.U5 of Lot 61 In Wood- ,,";
cups of tea. but such dif Lots 1. 2. 3 4, 5. 6 of I.nt 34 In Woodlawn 14 II 22 10 n. B. I'.ar. 156 lawn 30 fi 11: B Unknown 1.41 NIP .
lare so petty that they are Blk 8 'Ward City 8 7 20 ....r.. Carolyn aerow 8'8 tot 39 In Woodlawn 14 6 2.1:. 10 Unknown 1.56Lot's WVfe of Lot 62 In Wood-
111 a aecond thought com- Lots 24. 25 28 of. Blk n, 1&, 32 In Wood- lawn 30 5 11B B Unknown ill !;.
plh our great common 8 Ward t t I 8 'I 20 C. C Melvin 886 lawn III I 23 30 D. I.. RI..by. 1.111 Wi of Lot 17 lit all A4
pur- Lotus 6, 9Blk 12 Lots U. 22, 27, 2& In 1..11. 18. 31. 3:* In
reserving the free way .of Ward City 8 7 20 Mrs. E. ::1. Ward Eel. 1.01i Woodlawn Jn.ephln. Corkln's 126 Wuodlawn 31 21 35 (1. R. Crew ...,
Ljhout the world. Lota 3' 4 of Blk 15 Lot 25 In Woodlawn II : n 3 dtanl.y Brundage 2.66Nu '' : of NK" 3* 6 11B 10 Sarah Hay** I." 1A

[will continue to try: to dlI Ward City 8 1 20 W. D. JIIalphurs 8,99 of Lot 48 In Wood- WofHw'v4Nt* NW'\* '
I Lots 1. 2. a, 4. 1 of Blk ,awn 111 I 23 I F. A. Richer. 1.R6 3. S3 11 r. I. *: M.' Plngfllow .."
for he knows that Is one 18 Ward City 8 1 28 ]1. P. Oalnev 12.10 J.ot U In Wnodlawn 15 6 21 10 Mrs. E. U. Harvey 1,77W' HWVi of NWI.. 6 11 41) A, C. Sumner ..*,
jhief remaining hopes for Lets 4, 6, 7" 9 of Blk of Lot 80 10 Wuod- !NK'of 9493'4 a 6 XI 40 A. C. Hunuier cat I
[but there is little he can do z:4: Ward Llty 8 1 20 V V lla.en 123 lawn 111 6 22 G Avery I... K.ev..r. 1.81 SW All of NW'/ of SWVi' a 6 11 10 John Magyarl 4.28 8 I 11ti
tI E'4 of SWS W v', '
Lot 12 of Elk 23 'Ward
l can dim our admiration City 8 1 20 '1'. :1.: Baxter 6.112 8'4 .f Lot 61 In 'Wood- flf KrmdWA :3 6 11 16 Palray A Wainwright '.31 (

Imazmg :job the RAF la ac- NW% of SE t'4 Ex; fly II 7 20 Sf Waray I.'orp. 493SE4 laof 15 6 23 1 A.. Stoker 2.51lawn of NKM of HB'iHW4 8' 6 21 10 Mr*. U. W, Urown I." N ?
|ing today.UGANDA. of 8W!' II 7 20 40 L. H. Crosby 8.18 EI Lot 80 In Wood- uf HWS Ex B +
one tract 1.Ii.a3 ft aq 111 6 22 I Mr. E. n. Harvey 104 A A Bx W 8 A 5 8 21 IS John Ghent '.tI !

battles In SW Cor of NE'of Lots 4i9 13 210 Woodlawn 16 6 22 20.l!:. C. .Io.ley 4.7 NE',. uf NE'. 7 8 11 40 Adam (lre.n 4 Of ,1 l

IUer' hope of creating dl.- SW 13 1 20 2 Unknown 16A8'g Lou 29, 30 In WVi of NWVi of NW'i! H 8 II 10 Adam Green 201 k l 'i + ?
of 48WV. of 8W'i 14 7 20 20 Brook..r. Tpt. Co., a3'92 Woodlawn 11 1 22 40 U. C. Barnes 6.11 Ny I Y
N 1-8 nf of i
one another between Eng- .4 of W\4 14 7 20 40 N. C. Molt Lot 21 & N 221 't nf N'4 RWS )
K. W of Ity A K of KoaU 10 8 11 II Oeorr. nrlftl. 2.71
Americans having been of 8E'" 14 7 20 20 Empire Lumber Co. 2.62 Lots 26. 21, 28 In
tv'l.ofNN ,i 'nf NEy. 14 'l 20 20 C.o. 1183: WOlldlawn 16 5 2:1: 20 I'1lrwlRlr' Mo..ley 1.21 W'n! of NWVi of NES 11 6 21 20 Ixiulu. c. Uardlner 2.8*
| he is probably now setting Jo:'.' of NEy!: of !n; 14 7 20 20 n. I.OAoug1t 6 Lot 63 In \V..nIIRwn 16 II z.t: 10trll.. J':;. J. Harvey 1.77 KVi: of HWVi of N.JI'6' 11 8 11 20 Unknown 289 '4

r w pattern for winning bat- !F \4 of N4\ Ex t Lot 5 10, 23, I W'4 of of 6
NBV 10
SWS & IIWfi 11 A. U. 89
.AU : {'voJII: Roger 8
3.99 : ; ; J. R. Jr.
p propaganda. N of Road 1 20 a5 N. C. Molt In ,, 17 II 22 TO Rapp. 11.98 of MOV of NKS 14; 6 3. 10 Charlie 1.61
be has W y 15 'l 20 80 E. J. Crosby 10.77 Lot Ill In Wo..dlawn 17 II 23 10 MRtUla N..IM..n 22t W4 nf of of liiantley 1 ,
attacked count- lift SWS\
py on -/I/Of r 20 2.62 20 W. C. 1Ilon..y 378 ,
15 'l 40 I1avld Coleman Lots 17. II In Wn..dlawn 18 Ii 22 HI:,S 13 4 11 10 Rclplo Wet. 1.91 I I yi"
Uganda fronts, for he found R 10.Aoof !!IEol of SW'4 15 'f 20 10 Unknown .96 Lot 24 In Wondlawn U 6 22 10 1'011'11. J. Kruse 221 ,
e, Norway and other coun- 18 .7 20 10 E. L. Crosby 21'08 Lot 45 \Vo..dlawn 18 6 22 10M. L. Thompson 3.91 W'-j of NW'/i;: 13 8 11XI (0 Unknown B.S4
ht I "talk" often Lot 48 In Woodlawn 18 6 23 10 1011'11. E. 11. Harvey 1.77 HW1 ofMSSVW',, of SWVi 11H' 4 to J. A, (' nway I-31 ry
proved even S&3.4803of
SE'Eo Lot 31 .Wood- .f"fH 8 22 40 John JohiiMluii 4.1111B
Nl3Vi aw"I.'
ytective than bombs tanks E'ra.z BVV'', A
NW\4 E of Branch & 18 G 22 Ii Unknown PI3 J
'. u NW4! Ex!: 3 A III HU'or
} all NE',4 of SW'4 Lots 22, 87, 38 In Wood-
Pi ofMEye lawn I1t //I 22 30 W. 11. Rosier 7.31i 16UK' 5 11 77 Unknown
propaganda machine has or Branch & NW',.
'" 14 9t Lots 49. 60 In Woolllawn9 6 22 20 W. 11 .W..lnwrlcht 1,85uj of NB'4 A E'i!: ofHW'
r.
Vlng a lot of Ex 2 A cemetery 16 7 20 110 H. Stoker
battle or
major E. 1..21 S or Lot 67 In Wuod- NIO'4 Kx: 3
MIy. It has lost the battle cemetery of SE'A Ex S 8 A 18 1 20 34 Javld Coleman 4.13 lawn 19 1 22 1 Frederick Jr. 8choul 1.88 A In HW "'.,!' IS: < 21a 68 Unknown ....
NEy '
t dividing the I 855, or Lot 68 In Wood- 114'11I"W ,, Kx 2S A on I
England and Lot 1 F.x 10 .A
States. It has lost bat- N'4 oof 18 1 20 18 V V Huen '..99W sawn 1'1 6 22 6 Unknown I.R8 13Nil. 21 61 Jo. Peeple 11.94 a .I
the Lots 63: In Woodlawn 22 A. A. Thompson 1398 ] "f SWVi of HE'i A
ate us fear that our demo- S z 1 lotion Nx.id W.0\\: Jot: 64 62 in Woodlawn : g 22 fg S vallna Mae Benjamin 1,77 .< W11 of elli'1 l' of I'ItJl" ISMK'i 8 21 10 Unknown 361 !,, ti" 3

form of government Is In- of Ry 60stOO ft for Lots 15, III, 17, 18 In : for NBS Ac Kx' 6 4 A 3-4 IIINk 1''
1 of waging his kind of total also 6 A. In Woodlawn 20 1 23 40 Pya'k Bro. 6.U f
Church SJ:: In A In NW Cur 111. 21 28 Matilda Dixon B.31 (
Lot. 20 29 30
I has E of Jly 19. ,
lost the battle of Lot 2 Com at NB Cur of
to make BB'i
18 7 20 32:1.: F. Shaw; 10.98 lawn 20 I 22 40 F. W. Hall 11.15
In terms of defense ratherense. Nify of of River NE'4 20 7 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. 4.61 Lot 61 In Wuodlown 20 Ii 23 10 llIk'IOWI1 1.68 nf NEVi A run H 714 I*
rt W 461 ft NB 746
It has lost the bat- NWT Er. MWi, of I1'\4! &
&
SWI: of NJo4 Lumber Co. 9.00 EV: 21 1 23 60 J. n. hufor.t 11.98E" ft E 11/8 ft to HeK Kx
20 80 Empire I of $E%
21 7
?us from
aiding 11 N I A 16 8 11 B lllbert Dixon ..,.
: A
lit Ex
oat make ofLNWiiFIiNE: SI'4 K '1 of SW'i' 17H'fr 6 JII: 10 Crawford
the battle to our 8' W '/ off In NE Cor 23 1 22 U George F. Young. l1.n 3.f..r"j, -J of NWVi Raymond U. Its

i shy away from the gap Ex N W % of 1 trart 113 1.3 rdll FJ & of NK'/ 18 5 22 13 Lydia Tyson 10M
*hch! ier 20 180 Empire Lumber Co. 17.16 W by 60rd's. S &SIn ,
war entails. And. as SERI 21 1 + W 1-3 ..f NWVj of !I" '.
peet for of & N54 NW Cor of MW ofNE A NK', of NWii 11. 23: 53 Gad Ty.on :168
and co-operation NE'4r, Co. 9.00 23 1 23 20 W. Wa Tpt. Co. 3.1iEi'
20 80 Brooker Tpt. 4
e Russians increase of BEl Vi: 22 7 Ex N'I of NtJ}. of l K' 111. 22 20 Ham Mcllrld a...
it is of NE y4 &' 01 NE'4 !rW'.4 B 14 A of 8of\ aWy4
losing Eyt, .. 23 6 22 19 C. I. & 1rf. Dln"-"
the battle S0
to make
us NWy & \. 1tAW'4 / fellow 4 useW'4 of HW "i 18 1 21 14 Unknown I.Z'
ft we will have any difflcul- & NW' ni .!E 1. 23 :1 23 10 J1fab..1 WalnwrlKbt 361oJ KK"' :>, of N 1-.4 A NE'/i' of
ot of NE" of AWt4
ling & E 12 A of NWy4 $E' 20HK' 83 22 10 Mr*. Onl Freeman I....
along with 23.68 5.38
Stalin. 23 7 20 212 n. L. Hough ) 3-4 nf S. 'q of 94W'4 22 1 U 2G Ala".1 Wainwright )
:% i. Com at Ry where N Ilne of NWVi Ex S AIn : \
Germany s, 8E1. & SE'A of 22 1 20 lZO Punlll Lewl's. 18.80 of Sec 23 erneses & HW CnrEx!: U W

NWy4Aof U 7 20 .40 llrook..r Tpt. Co. 467SE44 run H on lIy 632 tt IJat 3.4Aln. JoJt'nr..wn' .
flhe only place Hitler's prop. NW'NW54. 14 7 20 40 I. S. Fowler 2.56 right angles. to l1y ed hlh 4'ovlnKton A ill::
are really working of 110 tl for a pt .f beg A Kx about 10
aye is in Com 80 chno W of NE thence H parallel with A In HK "'"1' 21 < 22 IS Pat aatt I..' -
Germany Itself ('or of See 25 80: run 1060 It F; at right About 10 A In SR'. of 4 l4 .
there Ry I
p they are not 60 chns W 20 chnsN N d-ti.i !
nearly M "n..l. to Hy 840 ft 1'1 4parallel W'4 all per re. '(f''t"
to be. 10 chno E 20 chnM toReg with( Hy 1050 I'orili'tl. In Dned Hook. .f'"
ricewtry' andsln England. Ex Jo 8 A of N tl W at right angles 40 Page 127 21 8 22 101.. 8. Bradley 1.1' "i
also Com 80chns All NW nf W a.
20 chno 840 rt to hen HW',4 "i;
tn By "
Ispaecomparati free W of Nf: ('or of Ex on M of Itoail :21 1.21 I Mr*. Onl Freeman 1." :
elyy easy Mee 25 It run H 340 rt side a Je'18: 10. E.l'hapman '! .. All HW';, ofCW'1t (K nfItnud ,41 I
IVkplke false for a pt of Beg thence a" r.cordedin Kx, abniit 6 AIn .Iti '(
becomes Propaganda run 1'1' 980 ft W 1254 ft Deed. Rook P page HIC for NWV. nfHWV 111. I"'r'fi

T"" the People dangerous.hear only But 1'1 980 rt ACorn E 1284 rt to 2S 1 20 141 H. H.. Ford 14 61Reg29 I 272 of W of 23 5 23 14 U. T. R.nnett 917 2A ) '::NI'CurakaA i'f Road ICx I f n'' t

ltIer *"nta. to teu them- at NW ('or nf 8eo. I Alt Ry NF.4 Es II A NE'to Jane it nn W side. :21 I 22 47 101,.. Acne Simpson 14.18 I r,

T. are therefore fed 25 & run F. 436 ydeM I Ityrd & Ex 2 A to It.E. Com 4JD ft N from HK 1 ,/>, "
( alone. on P"*" 440 yde W 436 1'01" Hlanchard 23 Ii 23 10 A. M. Jllanchat.l 3.68NW' Cor nf HW'i lt HW'i ;

I a thousand N 440J,1 x to the Ft NW ofRe ( of SWI & N of A run K 115 W 119 ft H ft 60 N Mlft f1to I I !. \ (
1. English planes ;! II A. In U I 23 to George F. Young lI.n r
of NW'4
SW". ,
millions Cor* far; Chu'rrh-31 A It .t tl..tt 21. 21 Joseohlne Ellenon" 413 # :
of
on the pounds of Al..o Com at NW Cor TOWS OP '.'1 TKY WE..T OP RAILWAY N: n 33 Coin on H nlilt of 8E't
.iien' Berlin newsdldn of Hec 25 run E 490 of HW'/, nn W idle oflloa'l
even mention' it. What yd* 8 440 yd. for a pt Lot 5 of Blk 1 J. T. n.ddl.h 741 II fun N inn
lOan > thne run B Fonao flrlffjft 8.14 ll W 220 ft H 1'0 ft
i of eoplV cove think aftI of ben. S 8HO y,1IIV Blk 3 Ex Lot :2 $ E: to I't nf IN-ir 21 8 12 1 Sharon Hall 1....
7.476S
up of 660yd's N 880 yd* to 1026 Lot 2 of Blk 3 Fonso tJrlffl Cum nn W .lellI i/f Road t,
one really knows, but it of 7 20 103 Brooker Tpt.. Co. W'. of Lot 1. 2 A 15 11 110 ft N on H line
?! the Pt beg-7l4AF723 8 of Blk
126 ft of Lot
common chn t of KB'4 of HWVi fe
sense to be- Com >80 F. !. Aemme's
at the German Cor of See 25 & run J. D. Randall 334673S run N 200 ft W fill ft
people l'et1eww. N 20 chn Txt S of Rlk 4 H 200 ft K to I't of 4r
W *
:?: they get I. In no sense E 400chns S 20 chn to 10 unknown 661 W 8* ft of Lot 4 of W. H. Edward lleg 21 4 n 1 A. IL Hall '.71
20 Ex W 30 ft .
7 Blk 4
25
Co. 457 11 A In N'i f N13'of/ ,. ,
to Beg Lumber
40 Empire Lot >
20 I 2 A S'4 of ;
German people of RW\4 28 7 Lot. : HW' beg 37 ft B .
were coni NWy4 Nib( nf a all Lot 6, 7 of of NW for of NEU .I ..
Niter that WY.Lof NEilL .t: FJ Oravell 21 :3 Mamie Lou Edward S.4I ?..-, ,
the 20
Russian of NE4 IT 7 220 2115 Blk 7 of HW'i A
be NW'4 & Nt:: V. .. C. Kirkland wnlti8"
hd over long this. ROh of NW' of SW'4' 1 ln: NY of Lot 3 of Ink 7 F. R. Carradln 265 ft H 5677 ft 'r

'henAhey\ hear him talk 8 3-4 of W% of NEI: of :I 5 21 IS Paul Glover 296 Lot 4 of Elk 7 F. R. Carradln 263 thence la lleg N Bx IS degree B ,

111 which must t* Alf AVl1Vi of NE". N nf Lot 8 of Blk 7 Maml Lou Edward 11.68 K end ..oH.p'o nfHlk '

nM winnteratheThe Road 80: :3 I A In NE 23 Carl Reddish 801Cor Lot 1, 2, 3, 4 of Blk 8 W. C. Woolen 70S 8 H of It 4 W '
of NWy. 27 5 21 F. Young 265 11x 1 A aerors 8 end .
n leas y realize of SE'4 Lot 0. 6, 7. 8 of Blk 22 rienrce 11 ,.
.1 lone of NWNWl .., Temple N-U 21'2 T. U. McCord .. 'I
All 9Ey 11.41
very wrong of N of Blk 24 But 23 OeorF. TounirOeor 1Aln NB 'orofa II .
Germane of 8W It 40 J. M. Conner a.11 "
war' undoubtedly are River :9 5 21 Lot 1 of Blk 24 F Young 74$ A tract nf land for

nil more and lae sick lfteea.of making SElt' RE'nf SWVi & SW .29 1 21 80 Unknown 8.45 Lot 2. 7, 8 of Elk 24 A.flenric M. Blanchard F. Young 4 265 16 (JnodWlne .in, by \P. C. y
While (tying
4 lieved of in Hitler and his Al N'j of SVi 8' *f 30 II It 40 Jf.. Canner 326 Ill Italf-bletk Half-block 3 7Dlag. o"or e F. Young 1.33 NE'i V ot: Ada nf RWS Meck'a lot 21 6 22 1 W m. Hall ,, 662

quick victory they lived River 31ss 1 n 40 Emery Johns (lends F. Young .n SW'/, nf Hlk 6 M of It 3 i
But RW\4\ nf NWy4, Lot 2, 3 !
W Milnf
now that NF1i of S.67 A. M Rlanrhard .89 In HWS '
Cmmon's
and their faith hope an.. SEk.f NE' 1 U 80 W. C. ... Lot 4, SlJ'fot J. T. iteddlrfe 263 T..mple'Cu". t lv- r 11"124.a
dye g in Hitler A8 und Int In A 21 6 22 2 Jo.*. Cell :388
nne.balt iW
,k. II' Ex AIn Itt S by Corn at HW Cor of a t?"
thoUgh the NE>:4 of NEVi Ex about ion ft E A W of A 12 A tract formerly '
HIUer's greatest WB Cor R.e adJoin Hotel Lot owned by P. C. lloodwln -
Cor y
5 lOon topropaanda maiD 7 A In SB In SW Ex a lot 21 ft N A run K along M
blow platted land rt B W In Hide of ald lund t.. UK n r,
ek nil eI ('or" ETC a .trlp 130 SEby CorO .. A. A. (Orlffl 7.46
hime h of m '
I. Bvi- 8 *' of ( .r of Sarah Hcott'xland .4
N '
wide
tk eve y not even his own Bike ft 4. 7 also all that TOW Of 1.AWTBY E4T Of HAILWAY IS 11.;( '. 23-2I-2S-31: 2'J H variation W ,
lm NW'i of about 105 yd.* to a M
Ar
anymore.: portion ool Ex Com 210 ft B of 8W Cor thence NW
NEy4 E NW Road Cur & of Lot 10 .A run N Koxt In NKS nr w\\!: ? r
r ]'' A In !''IECo. 219 ft B 106 ft M 210 In T>mpl
Athlettls Foot Ex.platted E. aj0sdtrlp ISO ft W 10S ft to Beg or ITnknnw 355Ilrin.on 1 lot 100 ft Ho /in HF! 1 "
.
'"t14 Tetter 80: of Blk A Mitchell Lao Lot 10 Oi 3 65 Cor of Hlk I N <.>r h
and ft M % 84H.llronn N 43 Green 1 &: Brown
,
other S 21 NL of Lot IS
liQ 4Dringus 36 89 It I W Tempi Sub

akin Infections try- 8 210 ft of S*'i Of 1 Richard McCarthy 2.16 Lots 4/ C.Unknown H. Kettle 121 Hit tl 8 II Unknown 2.14 ; M ?
It
loan 3. 5 C. Clemona 3.26 60, BOA .
Drur&f Road 40 J.
t 800 NEVi B of 1 6 6 21 31 10 E. E. Oreen 1.86 Lou I lot$2. lii$4 H6Lot Cor 6Ex of (Continued on pace eight) 1 :

ETTEROLE NFW4. offNF'4'of flW'4 6 21 10 Tom Mc8rldJJ7 a 1.31 B4 Q. II. Pears 15.0' :1':1'I I
IIIEI4 of NF.4 of 'IW'4' 1 I' 21 Mr. Annie K. Alvares 8.67

All HE'4' H of Road

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BRADFORD COUNTY TBLJBqRAPH. STAltKK. FLORIDA "RID.t !lj

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OP APPLICATION FOR D............. A..est .t IJeePrI.'a. IIH' Tw.Re. Acr. 0...... T..e. R Cesb .. !*.
y NOTICE TAX; DKKIm > .. LW 9.....'1'....R... A.r. Owner 'I'.ae. Ceste .. Is.E W>4 of 8W% "t Tetnk .

i + (11 .le Bill ow... 163 Com at BE Corner 01.Lafay.tt RE'.4 ot JIIW U odW44 l
2 of IIlk 0 36N 7 22
hole J.
( IH HEREBY GIVEN 20 1.
'g M NOTICE U v. W. Kelley Elt. 1.01 oil< Waatmore- Of SEU 36 7 22 ?- Jobn.
tt r That T. J. Alderman, oJ1rIued wrlnu? ltkIfe RU land I-1U ell; run E 326ft '4 of SWU 20 CII .
7 1 of Tax Certificate I : No. N of for a Beg 8<4 of SWU: of BE U 7 22 20 .HO tonEJI' P..lhelll III
the 3rd day of Jill',. 1923 and Hof iE&allFree. ofE'y: thence run JI; lig ft k CO'rdt.fa.IflnAIh W Slar,
4 Tax Certificate: :o1u. 6, Issued the ot JJlk 1 N of It I J. 80 ft N 600 It W 60ft 11.19 of
4t 2nd day of July A. I>. 1923. has H of Frae Bold N. 1>. to I't of Beg 21'! 22 Cecil L. Douglas Way on N line of Sec.
t I y office and haa Jla.aman being 149 ftN About 2 A of land being 2 A run a on Right of
f made apmpfeatlun for a tax deed to k $ & flnJof/ II"I ea Way 95yda W 35 yds
I p'' 4 r: lanued thereon, Cald certificate; Bald frao 1V ,/E cfNwIIbule.i: N N US ydlf to See line
]l .f t ', ( embracn the following ,Ie.'rlb..dprop..rty of NW4 fit NW% & ty land of ) H thence E: on Sea line .
l In the County of Bradford, EJ4' of SE'4 of Rlk by Darby JoJ by Alderman to Bog34 A 2 8 23 D

h !t V Btate"' of Florida to-wlt: of N of of lJlk 2 E 3 N ofIt In SEy ot IIIE'!'. 29 5 32 2 Moantansas Investment 3.18 SWU of ?NWU :2 A H 40 Unknown"1"*.
7 S. HW'-f NWU of SWU 2 8 : 20
16 Twp
tt NEW Sc. .
of
SEE ,. : T..mple' Sub .
t tr 71.: 22 E., containing; 40 Acre nioreor aald IV'J: 22 8 23 10 Mn. Grace Ford '..11AI All NEA ot SE!% W of U 1 U Quigley A Davis 2.28 Nlof< NEU of SEU) Of 2 8 22 ttX&m

h tl I I".", In embraced under land lying on hi & Road 11 :'JJJ'W
I 1
3SEU 22
1 A In N of NWI 100
No. 243.Ntt Unknown'
1 Certificate old Stark.
S aide the
.i 15 Exr of NWiT% A W&of
I a of NEW, of SWVi Sec. Public Road of IIIE' 1 lot InN 1.82
0 Twp. 6 H. R. 20 E.. containing 36tt &In Lawt.y$00.23 known a. eoI'' 33 6 U 1 Wesley Holmes NWU A SW: % 3 B 22 280 Unknown:

i acre, more or loss I I. embraced the O. A. Thrower tlr.prop..rtyIO.8:1 7y A In BE Cur elf E'4 BVi of SEV4. of NEU
said certificate No. 6. 4 of NWV of SE% E. 8.11 & NEU f NWU & I
under : A In
s ; The niieiinmnt of the paid property : of of N 2 A 32 62 C. P. Chandler NW of SEU SEU
NW'k
I under the said certificate/ No NJo NW.cor U 1 23 t1 Mrs. Grape Ford 7.14 I lot of land 1411 ftft of SE'4 3SWU 8 23 1 0 Unknown
243 Innued waR In the name of tlf 0In BE Cor of .JIW'4'! 1.82.A. Of SE'i 1 8 8 22 40 '
A Unknown
E 811
4' Urea, and the assess. 3 SW'48Ey. 1.52 o t SE41 U 0 22 Eugene Furser.on All 4 640
B.
i Mrs E. U 6 23 a E. K. Con..a 1 II Unknown
m.nt of said property under aald E.t :fW N} 2f A of HI t4of 1 In 'SW Cor of E'4IW"f 2.28 NfcBi! of NEU SWNBur 40 Unknown
Certificate No. 6 IH.u..d l wa In the. $E4! of dWy of NWt... of 8E. 82 6 U I J0e Johnson NB% *, 8E% of

=4ry 11 name of Samuel W. Brown. SWy4 23 1 23 1 Sylvester Crum 1.12 Woaboutt y of .013 t BEU 8 22 120 Unknown!
{ ti Unless aald certificate shall be 'to .A. of SE'i Of 8W'b 8 22 20 Unknown
Aye, That porrttlcn 5.N
I N redeemed according; to 1 la w. the tvSWJ divers persona U I 23 10 VictorIa Hack NEU of SEU: 5 8 2.1 40 W. P.

1 i4h property will be / oadL4f6tlEyWY, of i Corn 210 It W of SE W.... of SEU & SEU of Hardin
i soldto: tgR'j.tthb''dJ: : r at the i n I U to Ernest Wunderllck S.14 Cor of WK 6f NW'. SE',4! II 8 22 G. F '

courthouH door' on the first Monday EV of $ N of Road U 6 U U A. .1. Thomas ...1 of SR 4 &" run S 210ft SE ot Nii: :y4 e 8 23 .2 T. J. Yldackerman! I
t In the month of July, 142, NW'y of \E. all W 210 ft B 210 ft 3.18 EI-o At Eyja of SEU Qf
+ / ', which la he 6th day of July.. 1942. HW'''' It' $EIt N 0' E 210 It to pt of Beg. U 6 23 1 En'' Green NWV 8 8' 22 340 o.. 11'. IITNO ...--,..
I Dated this 3rd. day of iUfho! 1942. KoaJ 24 1U: 51 W. T. Jordan I 18 ES of' NI4!: of W% Kerman
SEAL) A. 2.89 LINCOLV CITY (H OF $E4 W OF RY. 33 a 33:. .& b
I OFFICIAL SWi' of HW'i! 25 6 2".1 40 Unknown 8 22 60 Unknown
Bradford oV4YU
fy
1 I Clerk of circuit Court of 26K I 22 U Krneat Wua I ( ''S 1 Count Fl rl ,p t5EVfof '
W>A of NW'A of : 1.22 elf NE% 9 8 Z2 15 Minnie
William 3.40 Lot 6 of Blk 6 Wm. :McLeod Eat. AEy of 1Triplet 1
CIRCUIT <'0' R'r. BHAI>POHIOl > NKV4 28 6 22 Josephine ot .N141 _.
) IN FLORIDA IM IHAN- W 40 ft of N 105 ft of Lot 1 of Blk SLot Ed J. Johnson 1.07 N'yy & NW3( of .
t < V'rY. NW'i of ISE'iof : 0111. William 90 10 8 22 110
r K't 8 of Blk 3 8t4 Unknown
trpben Thompson Jr. Plaintiff ht 28 6 22 Rogers Battle 4 SI of NE% & NW% ot
1 $: L.Loretta Porter' Thompaon E 235 ft of N 105 ft Lots J, 2. 2; 4. 7 of Unknown 2.28 E'A 10 8. U 120 Unknown
v. Elk 14 ,
of BMi' of NW'/t of WI4. of NE 44 .ot SW%
Case No. 2005.
Defendant OF PUBLICATION AND SEa of MS"* 28 < 22 W. A. Cook 11.69 W .. of Lot 3 of Blk 1 01 NW'4 .11 0 23 G J. O. Koller
ORDER J. M. John Dlv
Sub
NOTICE TO APPEAR Com on K aide of Church of NE'/ of NE'/t 22. 22 1 Mr: Abbl L. Henneiejr 2.St N 185 It of NE'H of
ft H from N NE At Com at NE
r OF FLORIDA to: Loretta Ht 17$ .
STATE NW'of Lot 3 of Blk 2 J. M. Cor of NW of
/ whose residence! line of NE'4 % NEV4
'
Thompson
Porter
? & 8 185.5ft thence Johns Sub Div of NE Anon S 8iB tt W 10400
k run Fannie Stewart 2.58
Unknown. NEVi 33 C 22 1 Mr.
la
You are required to appear on M 10 decree N 110 Co':: 682 ft S of NE Cor ,. ft H 3118 It W 280 It
namedCourt ft thence Northerly N 731 ft E 1320 tt to
6th. 1942, In the above
July of N W
Nf \U of NE'4thence
and cause, wherein plaintiff 165 ft K 105 ft to of ., E 18 .A.
W 307 ft N'Bogf
( Welter St. N 175 ft run
Bradford County S E % of
r Meeka divorce shall puhllan thla Order W 225.5 ft to Beg 28 6 22 John E. Marshall 21.11 H 141 2-3 ft E 307 ft NWy4A 1:1: 8 Z! 31 w. 1.. Relnol0a
Telegraph' N
141 2-8 Of
i weekly l.*ue.. Com at pt 330 ft H of ft to Pt Coin at NE NW'/ ;
7.43
ti In Witness next four my hand and officialeal N line of NW>4 ofHK'i Com BCIC Ex B 15 ft 33 6 22 1 Carl H. Jackaoa of NEV. gOuo.f S 86
It I at NW Cor
4 of SWU
this May on E aide of I tt for of
y .. at Htarko, Florida H 1 of NEU & run s 160 a pt beg.
Church f-'t & run
thence
1 'l 29th. Uta.10Jl'FICIAL. BEAD A. J. Thomas, 104 ft H 116'" ft W 3.. ft for a Pt of S 865 ft.run E "tolo04t.

Aa Clerk of said Court. 6-5 4t 6-26 104 ft N G2ft ft to Beg30114 thence run' E 361 f't to pt of flog 1:1: 8 22 8 N. V. (
460 ft H 180 3-4 ft W..lnwrlrh'
Frank Landrum 8lark, Florida Pt of lI..s' 28 6 22 R. E. Lea Com at SE Cor of : 1 r.
T. w 61U ft N 180 34SEft.
of SW'I I 223ft
Cor
MB
Com at .
F II Atty. for Plf. lit HVili & run W 79S f 4- to 'Pt of But 33 6 22 2 Leila Refuse 6.18 of NW\4 & run S
tor a of Bethence
.of NWU .A EvE of PJ
!
ft N 315 ft NE lOll
J'' IN 'q 44 V 1'Ii of BEU Ex .
COD NT 174 ft H 902 ft to flog ,of SWU :
Itoad 28 thence r u nSoutherly
,4' M CKKV. also certain land fi ,.. Ry 33 6 22 75 Luclle C. Edward 7.45
{ Mary Whlteley Boare; Plaintiff' N of NWU of NW', along W
; of Mrs. It Spark man
va. Royal Edward liugga, UefenR :.Dt4' ". Ex 8 A on W end Ac. tilde ot road to l't of
ft W nf Jly m SEVa;
). dent. ass No 'tl.1t of SW'i' 28 I 22 10 H. E. John 30.31 AIEI: V4 A vault lot 33 6 22 12 H. E. John 10.20 Beg I2 8 22 C. G. &: FredJa YaDlrt
ORDEIl OF P[1rI : 'ATIOS AND :.. _" of SWU E of 1 A FQ lying parallel
a i ;gv NOTICE TO APPEAR rcy KX aoout z A in llltu Hy Right _of way
1 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Royal OllltilVtL TOW OF 8T. RKE 28 a. 23: 'SW' Cor 33 6 23 u .i. D. Hunt '.53 In NW Con:: or SWyW

Edward Hoitgt, of f 614 Front Avenue Lot 2, 4 of Blk 13 J. I.. Andersonx 14.54 SW% of BEU 33 8 22 40 Unknown 12.86 of NW\-4\ 11 8 22. 1 H. E, Moorer
1 'Lot 420 tt N A S by
B. U la. Com at NE Cor of NE'i :
Lore 3 of Blk 16 Ex
;
You are require. to appear on W ld ft Carl Bitch 12.50 of NE'i A run W 399 210 fl E .. W bounded
: 1 July 8th., 1942 In the above named Com on H aide of Call ft S! 1092 ft E: 399 ft on 8 by Bedford Lake
i t S ..t1$ cause wherein' plaintiff where It Intersect N" 1092 ''. ex oIt E by W..lnwrlsbt 2
N to tr : .:. \n""I : Bradford Kt E aide of Court Ht & 1 A In 'Inocor: u 8 23 9 Albert GII..on .40 A. lot 11 8 23 2 Margaret D. Rata
shall publish this SW'% ot SW% W of
Ry
a 41 4 County Telegraph' E 98. 3-4 ft for a, '. W4 of' SE% of NWUof
I" Order In next four weekly) laauea.Wltneaa run SEMf Earl Ez 10 A In. SW Cot' JI II 22 18.J. H. Lawrence Et
my hand and JunJune seal H Pt 61 of ft Bethence E 20'4 ft run N $f EU of NE1 15 B Y3 40 Hlev. itch 6.16. SW% ot IIIW% .f SWt4 12 8 22 10 .1. 1. Hardlnr 6 iklD

at Htarke. Florida, this 4th. 13 ft W 20U ft to Pt > 6 A In SB O6r; of NE' Haven nBt HW 1 of
1 1942 of Wm. Ealln 18.81 of NWli described inDeed 1 ya
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Com Jifg on 8 aide of Call tIv : Book 39 Page. 313 NE% U 8 23 J. H. Gherkin
Aa Clerk of said Court 6-5 4t 6-26 Ht where It Interned Public Records Bradford 1 A In NW Cor of SW% .

'J>. Frank Landrum. Atty. for 811.tt E aide of Court St & County 35 8 22 8 E fl: Bowers &.58 of NEl 13 8 22" Unknown

run E 119 ft for a Pt 8 JJ ft of NW'. of Corn at NS.:aro""tff ':;tIt
Flt IN nnrviT rot'RT. BRIRFORDrOHMV of Hen thence run H '% 35 6 23 9 I N. M. Bradley 4.18 & run W
I .t KLOHIUAI IN CHAN 61 ft E 20 ft N 63 ft REV of SWU 31i 6 22 .0 Unknown 3.21 for a pt of Beg
j NWU of NW'Es thence run W 472 it
(*;R.. W 20 ft to Pt of Beg W. W. Edenfltld 17.51 W
l..oul.! *W. Chalkier, plaintiff v.. 'Lots I 3 of Blk 23 >I. C. Brown 16 12 10 A A WU Of NE'. N ::o/.t : 473 ft 8 100
Herman H. Chalk ."Y. Defendant.Cane WVj of Lot 3 of Blk 25' Chas F. Pace Eat. ._ 4.37Mr of NWU 36 II 22 10 Mary B. Maloney 563: ft Bog-1.6 A 13 8 U 2 Rdbt J. Dodd
i No. 2026.OKDKK Blk 29 aa extended: on i 5t '" NWU ..f HWU 36 I U 40 Unknown 2.89 E H5 ft of HE '4 of
!' OF PUBLICATION AND Knaey'a: map Ex H i HEU of NEU of IIW,. 3 7 22 JO Mra. Agnes Simpson 1.22 SE. of IIWIIo! & Wy5 .
1 NOTICE TO APPEAR 100 ft & Ex E 80 ft *,' Thelma Larantaux 10.45 'W!4 Of NEvLOf SW'!. 3 7 22 ,.20 C. W. Cohlftn 6.03 of 5W 'of 8E. 13 8 22 21 Unknown
1l STATE OF FLORIDA toHerman Vf't of Blk 30 aa ex- NW'ot NWU\ 4 7 23 40 Lucille C. Edward. 2.811 % A In BE Cor of that
;, f4 If. l'halkl..y. whose residence laYerktown. on Enaey map NE of S84 of 7 22 .0 O"orse William. Eat Ii.at portion of NE.. of
i Vlrclnla. Ex dHd ft L. A. Reynolds 24.54 VV, of SEU of SE'i & NE4 lying S of fly
You are required to appear on E't' of Ulk 30 aa extended : SEU! of SEU of SEU: of 7 22 SO Dr. E. M.' Webster 3.19 beIng 88 It N &: S by
July Kth, H4J, In the above named on Eniiey map Com at NW Cor ofH1420 211 fl E & W parallel
1 4 1' y.4 Court and rouse wherein plaintiff Ex H 105 ft Ik A. Reynolds 563 ft NEU & run with Ry 13 8 22 Unknown
seeks divorce and custody of Child 3 A In HW'i' boundedN E 610 ft N 84., ot SW'4 of BE 6
', Bradford County Telegraph shall by J. U Alvarea 210 ft Vf. 420 N Ex W 330 tt 13 8 23 11 D. Burr Jones
1' ? publish this Order In next four Add K by Adam Kt 4 210 ft Wr210. lttt ti; .. W 75 ft of E 371 tt of '
,'L weekly I iHHuea.Wltneaa If extended S by Ry elands Pt of Dear 5 7 22 of Unknown 2.26 NIiJ ot NW'4' of 8E'V 13' 8 U 2 Unknown
b my hand and official ...al & W by Flume 28 6 22 Mr. Laura Wilson 3.94 8AInSiCorofNE''' SI.!, of 8E..1o of :SEy. !. U 11 23 20 J"HRle I. InrrahalllAn
at Htarke. )Florida this June 2nd., 1 lot In Stark bounded of NWU being 484 3.4 16 8 23 140 Unknown
.1 H by Jefferson 8t W I IJo ft E &. W by SAO ft Lot of 21 8 U 80 1. B. NCGHILAKEAIDF.
4 WAs FFU"L L SEAL) A. J.. Thoman by Temple; : Av N & 'V N& H 6 7 23 8 :Marshall Jarellooq' 1.91
p i Clerk o( said Court. 1-1i,4t 1.26 : by land of E. A. : ..I'.1." S 5 A of E'i of SW. ). .. SIU-DIV.: 1:1: S. 2.1: _

Winkler 23 6 23 E. C, Tappen 32.16 Of SEU II 7 22 5.. Unknown 1.20 BIke 1. I of, Oovt Lot.l Unknown
1' I lot nf land In Stark N 1 9 A of that .nortlon ,
.
totHT. 11ft -\OFOnn Elk a
_
of
riMfiiT Govt. E. smith
4 IN a Lot 1 J.
iCi .114 ft N 8 210 : of EV-i & f SWU fNEU
& by ,
C 0l'e.I.t. FI.OHIUtt IN III4NIfclt. : Blk 7 of' Oovt. Lot 1 10' II. Bradley
jh \. ft E A. W bounded E >c E of Road 7 7 22 Z 1i,,.. Herbert Prescott 8.81 Blk ,. of lovt Lot 2 A rHIk
W. N. Abernethy/- Plaintiff vn.Thelma liy Man d Orson Lane f SWU of NJoJ% 9 7 22 40 'J. W. Andrews & Son:: 3.u 1 of (Jovt. Lot 3 O. 1. ltaynesNEy
H. Abernethy. Defendant. and S: by JIoyt.\M. 28, 6 23 A. L. Alvarci 6.41Idt1VGSTO4. EVi of NW'4. 3.28 of'" NWV. A Wlil

Casa:.: No 1031 HEU of HW'4sf' NEIS 10 1 U 10 4gmep Ilmp''JIt''lf! : '1.2:1: of ,NoW e as 8 22 120E'Unknotln'
OltliKH! OFJJ.HIICATiONAND i. TRIMV tO'j: 8VH: -DiV OFf:' :% OF :>K'/1 28 g'22 S'n of NB'i' of HWU N NE'4 of }NE4'? & 14 of .
: NOTICH TO APPKAIt8TATK .. .. of Proposed road 11 7 23 10 6gdney Grltrll r 2.28 NW% OfEN\I 21 8 23 60 :1. n. Thomp.onSE'4
I y OF FLORIDA to: ThelmaII. Lot 1 of Blk. E. )McEIvy 1.23 $'4 of SE>4 J6 T 23 80 Davis k JanoW'' 7.96 of 10 1. In.rehalll
'r o U 8 U .Je".le
Abernathy 1 Trenton place' Lots 3. 4 of Rita 13 Metta .Hammett. 2.80Mack N of BKU 17 7 22 80 Corn NE'1 NEa, .
} :f T. J.. ,Alderman 1.98 (
\
r, }HuntlHKt, Vt'6 Virginia. Blk Hlk Bld: &Ey.Yof 3 131k l NEU of SW!. J* StComy & :JnS':{ 60: ft N 855 ..

?i You are required to appear on 111 7 22 38 Unknown 4.51 It E JaB tt for a pt ot
l'' July 6th. 1942, In the above named 17 A 19L Coleman 8.68 70 yd. W of SE J. Meg. thence run S 360
t* t I. 4 of Blk 18 Mack Coleman 5.15
} Court and ('auae, wherein plaintiff Cor of Sec 19 A run t.-
N 850 ft W
eeekn divorce. Bradford County KU: of Lots I, 2 of Blk W 240 ft N 210 ft E: 1 J. R. Clara 4 ,Ada n8Ef9ottp\ of Beg 25 8 23 2 Ernest Mc.auieySWy4
shall publish this OrderVllr' 23 A K'-i of Lot I, 240 'H 210 ft to Belt
Telegraph 7
ReIch Werkl
20.42 of HW 40 R. A.
Elk 23 8 za:
t t :2 I of 24 Walter McFaahlon 4.19 g U
In next four weekly lumen.Wltnenii Lot 5 In KeHnlera Add 7 :
Emma Mixon 3,89 Lot 7 Indian Beach 31i-36 8 23 V. L. J'hlf..rLois.1
Blk 25 A of Bile
41 my hand and urflclalsealt. NVi Lots 17. I If), 19, 20 of
11 12
., at Htarke. Florida tills June 0th, 26 A. n. Randolph 5.33 Rlk 14 Ex 1 Lot In .' : :" Indian 35.36 8 23 N. V. Joiner
Ri'' of nik 26 A. R. 4.37 '
t 1942. Randolpb HW Cor 40 ft H & W herlandC. /
V5 Lots I. :2 I of Blk 27 A. T. .88 : Lot 18 Indian Beach 35-38 8 32 lI..o. D. Lit
(OFFICIAL A. Paul 1 by 34% ft N ft: S 19 7 22
l RtdLtou: : 1llh4"tmf.iI" : Lot 2 of Blk 29 Unknown 1.23 Unknown n.1I A KNIGHT.
h Aa Clerk of E ..2.$ ,ft of Lotl C. J. Btadbdf, .
Ulk 29 Ex Lot 2 2.74 Tax Collector
'e .IICI'IT 'oIR'r BHM>KOIIU Lot* 1 I. 4 of Blk 31 iO'ola:: William. 3:98 Lott WeekHD Ex h725Ft&W 19! 7 22 Mrs. Edith nowey 3.8

., C'OI"'fFLORIU\, IN III t::N. Lot 2, 3 of Blk 33 Alfred flames 5.93 25 ft of Lots 18, 19. 20 STENOOBArHEBS J
intv.; Lot 1, 4 of Hlk 41 Sam Franklin 2.HO 21. 32 C. J. Week 'TICK TO C-HKDITOH1 I I
d'p Georgette White. Plaintiff, v.. Edward Lot 3 of Blk 43 Raymond Dell 3.30 Hub-Dlr 19 7 22 Ethel Johnson All persons having claims or delman PADS- ISO each-BR
White Orfendant. Case No Lot 1. 4 of Hlk 45 Sarah Scott 1.98 Lot 23. 24, 25. 26, 27, 3.22 tin against the estate of Ida) TELEGB1FH.
2010OKDER. Lots 2, 3 of Blk 46 Sarah. Scott 1.98 2H In C. J. Week Sub- I* Darby.dereaxed are hereby no- COUNTY
OF PUBLICATION: AND :N'.j of loOt 2 of Blk 4i W. P. Brook 7.32 19 1 22 tified and required to file their
l NOTICE TO APPKAK Sty of Lot :il of Blk 41 Sallla Anthoney 1.22 2 Dtlvln 11F] Cor of NE',. John & Ethel Thomas 8.11 claims in the office of the County

:! STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edward of NWU 20 .7 22 2 Unknown Judge of Bradford County Florida 701l.liey.
White whose reiildence'la 794 Jack- Lit '\<;''TOM. THIHV A CD'S ADDITION TO 8T.RKf28* 6 23:. SW'l of NR'4 & NV4 of 60 I. R. Clara .II Ada 1.13 In the Courthouse. at !iStnrke Flor of D
,lflf $ aon Avenue, Bronx New York. 8EI of NWU 21 7 23 Kalch ida. within eight calendar month ..
You are required to appear on .0IU8 of Ilk 1 Unknown 1.98 12 A In SB Cur of NEU 11.116 from the date of the first publica-
1 July 6th. 1942, In the above named N >4 ft'of Lot 2 & of NWU 21NEU 7 22 12 tion tit this notice or the name
I 1. R. Kalch
y.. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Lot 3 and Sis! of Lot 2.38 will become void according to law.
.....k. divorce ttradfonl County 4 of Blk 12 W. T. Week, Jr. 3.64 of SW V. 21 7 22 40 Unknown 4.21 Thin June 5. 1942. <
.N r Telegraph Khali publish this Order N'j of Lot 4 & Lot 5, S',<, of SWU of SWU Z1' 23 20 Barbara W. Ring 3.28 MonOAN DARBY ;

In next four weekly l I..u..n.WltYienn 7 of Ulk 2 Mrs J. E. Wilson 6.09 SEU of SWU 23 7 22 40 Adn'lnl..trato of the estate of Ida:,
R. C. Cone
Lots H. 10 f Blk 1.911
,, my hand and official :, R. <> 11 12 20 1. Darby deceaaed. ,
3y' real at Htarke, Florida, this June lot nf Blk It.N'y Carl.urt.lvare. 2.74: SWU of 8W!.,' 21' 23 40 J. D. Thompson ".21 6-12 4t 7-3 V6

Ali 3rd 1942.cOFF'tMAI.. of Lot' 2, 11 & Tots SEU of 8KU 27 7 22 40 J. D. Thompson 4.21

c : A SEAL A. J. Thomas .1, 12 il'.r of Lots 4, Lot 5, 6, 11, 12 Snn. -o--___ _____--
1 ixi Am Clerk "f said. Court 8.S 4t29 II of Hlk 13: .: W T. Week Eat. 11.69 NU! of NEU
::JV'N"
Lot
::1 i. 12 & H !9 ft of ". 29
''lt of rtlk 14 Floyd Green 28 21J 1 A on W aide' of SWU 7 23 G Ollef Williams 2.ta Drive

i AUTO PARTS Lots List 4 10.of Hlk of 19 Hlk 17 Unknown. II.. Denmark 15.71 1.07: of N\\.. H of & adjoining Prompt Service Careful

Iota 24 1, 2, 13, 14 of Elk 1'\' \. of KB'4 ny'of SWU 24 29 7 7 2J 23 20 1 ouer Unknown William. 1.25

USED TIRES, (UK II A V E tots :.1. 4. 5. 8. 7. 8, <> Unknown 3.04 Com 165 yd\* Ef NW 3.28
Cor
POUR SIZE), GK.N Kit.\TOKS, 10\ it, 12 of# IMk 24 Unknown 3.04 A of NEU 82 of 1-3 NE'i yd* Starke Taxi Servi<
:
of Lot 4 ny'j
H'i
+ AUTO GLASS CASH FOR Lout Alk 26 M 176 W 83 1-3 I

CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY Lot 0, 7, 8, 9. 10, II, F. E, Prince 1.52 Nix;yd of. N Blk 176 ;4 vd In" to Hampton Ben- 30 7 22 3 1.. T. Jobn. tt.O6

13 of Hlk 26 Wm. .
Halln 16.01
CONDITION. Lot 7 of Hlk :.10 36 7 22 Frank C. bold
C. n. John .90 Lots 78 of Blk 23.27
11 In
Lots 4. II of Elk 31 Development Phone 150
Unknown 1.22 Hampton Hampton -
30 7 22
Used Autos $25 up jx>t 1 ft W 20 ft of e.s5
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week we told fathers how his wife an the common sense in PI

Splendid they are. But of course family; matter and applies his J I
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we couldn't let them grow self- brain. only to his business then he II I d dssl II I

satisfied like a father I once knew Is still like a school boy who make GI

who claimed as his philosophy that a good record of being responsibleat !
so long as his children were better. school but at home has to be ,

and smarter than he was his life reminded of every task. _. I
was a success. That he often said Now being adult doesn't mean \ tW

was progress. This man was a growing serious and it certainly has
farmer and If In the spring the nothing to do with acting: impor

warm sun and the return of the tent In fact one of the most childish 7 s. (5JY r
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fishing season beckoned him when spectacles in the world Is the Mr
there was plowing to be done he pompous father! But being adult s /

would without hesitation shoulder does mean giving your family the rw
his fishing: rod and make fo.- his spiritual prop they need from you V -

favorite creek bank with the con- patience, understanding, sympathy
tented excuse that his boy were and a day-to-day; example of w > -A1
ii better at plowing than he wa any; self control. 14, 1
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way. Let's examine just one of these
Now we'll grant that this attitude qualities of adult fatherhood-

Magic\ for Your Meals-Berry JamsSee of leaving improvement up patience. Perhaps the most difficult t \\j
) to the next generation i i. better time for showing patience
Rectpes'Beiow.
( than the one which refuses to allow with a child Is when he is exhibiting

lime Jam young people to take any responsibility a trait which you know In your r1 :(
for ?
Your Jam ; or have any; say about family heart he got straight from you u.i
I arrival of the fruit and Shell ; matters, until after they're mar. What Is difficult to realize Is that .e"
you homemakers will 'Ripe Raspberry Jam fled and have homes of their own. though he may have Inherited thin _
want to make the 'Rlpe Blackberry Jam On the other hand. taking ;your particular tendency to a marked / 1'z-"

moat of these 'SlIced Strawberry ,Jam satisfaction from the fact that degree, he did not Inherit the experience
products children today know more and behave which baa taught you thut
garden Spiced Ripe Peach Jam better than did this If .
you at their trait. left unbridled will lead 1w.x
I 1 for winter It use.This U Cherry Relish age Is lazy self-indulgence. U they to disappointment and unhappiness B \
year 'Recipe Given are to continue to outdistance their Only: through patient counsel can -

doubly Important parents) as they; surely will fathers ;you give him the benefit of this fal ss.i ______
for you to can and mothers too) should spend experience. Moreover. Its no ( l o
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fruits and jeWel Remove from- fire aklm. pour their live giving them something use expecting a child to take your

wisely, ai this quickly. Paramn hot Jam at once. to shoot ail! word-no use at all unless you've Before Frl Harbor bathing
I will help you not The first step. It seem to me. I* built up In him respect for your beauties were net concerned with / (
only ,in conserve 'SlIced Strawberry Jam. to take. stock of oneself. Begin fairness and Integrity from your conllUon In the rubber market. G DU '.
but alsoof (Make -.ceL.I.. ._) b.alkilltr''CIuueItU; you really act earliest dealings with him. But but Atlantic City's Jane NlchnllIs pit A

puon'i resource, 4/4 caps prepared fralt most of the time at least like a the final clinching argument will .a the front line today eollect- ;
i delicious ..ccompani.our t caps augarVt grown person a bona fide adult be your example of having conquered When Boa/ .n eld lira and tubes rabbet
for
meal during cooler bttl fruit pectinTo ,For Instance. If a father leaves toBy this weakness in yourself. log of |A. gurus unit mark on .h_. Bn reclaiming pUiiU. She' one *f hail's dull ,..." ".r. Baa's nO'....... impr .... .VM ,A. hott'i grim motAw. ,,
prepare fruit cut about 2 group of local bathing beauties (

far li used in canning quarts fully, ripe strawberriesin I Building Permits who have valunteered: for the aal- By KATHLEEN NORRIS
It t sweetener but a* aVB halves lengthwise vage drive. Her red. white and .-I GOOD GUEST
the government will HQMSE W. H. Hart. June 11. $50 to repair blue bathing suit follow the persons go to a

[pounds of sugar per per. berries: cut in large screens floors and sills In his patriotic them. ef the Mason Just MOST to have a good Do you want to be popu'.r'Do

ditlon to what you receiveIOn Measure quarters. present house on Church street; opening. Oh yea, he wa snapped The host and you want to bf inclutlfd in

10 that you will have E. M. Campbell June 12, $490 to on the famous Boardw.lk.Dressed everything your crowd does?
sugar and prepared hostess are supposed to( see Then be There
canning HOME build a frame residence 20x24 on a goodcues'/
Jam. I I fruit. solid lots 13 and 14 of block 2 3 of that they have it. art those.-tike the Bob and
Raspberry into
i 11 (-ounce glasses) I | large ly packed.kettle; mix Peek' addition. To tea, dinner, cocktails, Belinda of this tlory-wha

i prepared fruit well. Bring to a R. L. Kemp June IS, $60, to dances the guests crowd eag Rive more than they ,et. And

saga full rolling boil over hottest nre. build a frame addition 6x10 feet erly. Somebody else is takingthe there arm othan who let the

J powdered fruit pectin Stir constantly before and while to a garage on lots 1-3 of block responsibility; all they hoar and hostess shoulder all '

art fruit, crush thoroughly boiling. Boil hard 3 minutes. Slat., say a 14..s t 34 of the J. M. Johns addition; need do is have fun. the responsibility for their ....

|about 2 quarts fully ripe Remove from Ore and stir in bottle MART E. DAGUE W. A. Cook. June 15. $200 for the The host and hostess divide tttrtainment. They are never

:i, Remove some of seed fruit pectin. Then stir and skim Author Slater Ma". '* Kitchen. addition of two rooms on the sec. atkfil anywhere and they won

I part of pulp. If desired by turn for Just S minute. to cool Of course we can put up fruits and floor of present building; on their guests into two classes. der why. i

_i sugar Into dry dish and lightly, to prevent floating' fruit. without sugar and if we add a bit Temple Avenue. M The large class that takes; To be a good friend Kathleen I

until needed Measure pre- Pour quickly. Paraffin hot Jam at of lemon Juice to red fruits and a the very small class that Norris it i i
a fine art.
CHURCH DIRECTORY OF .4Y"
few grains of salt to white and yellow PATRICIA DOW
lt Into a 5to 6-quart keti once. toned fruit the color of the SERVICES gives. To which do you belong And to be a good sweat taken i

i up last cup or fraction *fI Spiced Ripe Peach Jam pack won't be inferior. Obviouslythe FIRST ...PT."T ( ? an equal amount of skill and

I water It ncesary.t With BramU prate flavor of canned( fruits Is vastly. B.... A. 10. LlB* hottest are. Add pow.It Make tl, glasses) Improved by the addition of sugar are, N. w.i..t strut who in distinguished you .
( fiance Church School 46 A MMornlnK ,_p are not any way weU worth the effort
pectin, mix wen. ",. and 3ft ...,. prepared fruit and we may find it possible to Worship 11:00 A. H. __ by; position, achievements,
I stirring K cap lemon Juice sweeten the fruit when we open it B. T. ,i). 7:00: P. M. look ,or wealth. They. are in the
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for table use next winter. I1v.nlWorRhlp 8-00 P. N.Wednesday wrungout rag when they leave. Theydo I
nliture! ulr" IK cape ngar Worship 8.00: p, M. late thirties now. Bob and Belinda;
Honey; and corn syrup can be nothing for a party but wreck It.
i i hard 1 sliced Brasil nuts for 15 they have been eagerly
cup used in place of sugar for atralght year ; Muriel always Is the best-dressed
bet pour 1 bottle fruit pectinTo canning and preserving but in Jelly FIRST MF.TIIODI"1'a. ought a* guests and for the woman present she somehow,
I stirring fruit peel about Vft making some sugar must be ... C. Po.r.... P..t.r remainder of their live they need ;
prepare make the other women feel conscious -
Jtly] (Togloaming used with either 120 N. tbvrrh Btrrrt about Invitations to
honey or corn syrup. aever worry
pound. fully ripe peaches; pit and Church School 10'00 A. M. of old clothe She in. a nervous
grind or chop very; fine. Add H to 1 Use honey or syrup full strengthfor Sunday Worship: 11:90 A. M.Younir anything that is going on In their critical proud woman who keeps
ran but- preserves, make a syrup with People 7:00: P MEvenTnit : large and hospitable group. They
I be addfontlnue teaspoon each cinnamon cloves and water for canning and foUow a test Wornhlp 8:01): P. M. everyone; else In a constant state of
asked everywhere.
all-spice or any; desired combination ed recipe for proportions in Jelly Wednesday Worship 8.00: P. M.5T. are People are always begging themto fear that Muriel Isn't having: a goad

of apices to ground or chopped making.In time. Any interruption of a story
bring to a full down to Florida to lave
rolling boll. peaches. Squeeze Juice from 2 medium substituting corn syrup for sugar M nK.I EPISCOPAL: come ; that Muriel 1* telling fills her with a
bard 1 minute. lemons. Slice Brazil nuts very ;you will need Itt cups corn He*. Prrtf Yerk... Hector two week in July for Lake George; sense of deep pity; for poor Jean.

from fire, skim pour thin. Add to fruit mixture. syrup for 1 cup of sugar. Church MMI School IV. Clark 10:00: Street A. M. to promise the weekend; to remember Jean's dr.adful.ervant. Jean's trou-

I Paraffin hot Jam at once. Measure sugar and prepared fruit Ordinarily; 1 cup of honey equal Sunday Wor.hlp II :00 A M.Sunday Thursday the fifth; to think: blesome baby. Jean's responsibilityfor

kei sllghUy lees sugar than Into large kettle filling up last cup 1 cup of sugar. Evenlnq Evening 7:30 1:30:: P P.' M.M.Friday \ about the California plan. of the salacf: dressing, the door bell
i/I\\\ And the U, In the slang
I you will work an economy with water if necessary.; Add lemon Honey Strawberry Preserve. Holy Dsys 10.00 A. M. ) / reason and the telephone cause Muriel to
One strawberries 3H cupsstrained the day, that they GIVE.
quart
4 me of the fruit in addl- Juice and mix welL lem- say admiringly.; "My dear. I don'tsee
2 tablespoons
honey; Share Hostess Trouble
a i saving on sugar: Bring to a full rolling boil over FIRST PRPSUYTERIANRev. : how you put up with all this It'*
on juice. c..*. H. Atl... Pasts When Bob and Belinda come to a "
PI Blackberry Jam. hottest fire. Stir constantly. before Wash hull and drain berries. Put S4M Narch Cttrrrr *t. P inconspicuouslykeep Imply dreadful! e
II 11 8-ounce glasses) and while boiling. Boil hard V min fruit in preserving kettle with lemon Church School 10:00: A. MSunday {r party they quite and Annoys Her Hearrrs.
their hostess
A M. ,
\ Womhlp 11:00: an eye on
i prepared frail juice and half the honey. Bring Senior Cru.aden 8:00 P. M. CFA share her trouble. They pick It any man or woman she doesn't
.,. ..agarpowdered ute.Remove from fire and stir in bot- slowly to the boiling point and boll Intermediate Youth .:00 P. M. they; happen to know well and
Add remaining 7.00 P. M.ST. out the least amusing of the guests approve.
Then five minutes. Evening- Worehlp :
t stir and skim rapidly
tled fruit pectin.
fruit pectin honey bring to the boiling point and work on them. Belinda's galeof I II sitting neglected for a moment In
pare fruit grind or crush by turn to cool lightly; ', to prevent and simmer five minutes. Turn .' FnWAHlVH CATHOLIC Joyous laughter la i echoed by the Jean's parlor Muriel never make

1 r about 2 quart fully ripe floating fruit. Pour quickly. Paraffin into sterilized jars and seal with b.... 1'..... J. M.rpbF.. ... P..... host's hopelessly dull heavy silent the slightest effort at entertainment.

Pies (not black caps). Sieve hot Jam at once. paraffin. Add a second coating of Early Man 1'.1.8:00: A A.e M. partner; Bob' nonsense make an She lowers her long eyelashes and

1 of ground or crushed pulp. Relishes are excellent to serve paraffin when first has hardened.In !>!*!.. "' ........ Impression even upon the host' looks at the fl'or.. At the table she

Peed Blackberry Jam, add with meats of any; kind for they; give making jelly-" only half of the Week Sunday Day Mann Ma.t-OO. 1:00:A. A.af.M. grim mother.A contributes nothing to the conversation

I teaspoon each clove, cln- the meal added zest. Here's a rec- sugar may be substituted by corn like gap in the tablo conversation and when small mlshsps occur U
>nd allspice ipe for a real sugar-saver: syrup or honey. And if :you she look. deeply; pained-sorry
or any; desired OOOPEI. T Ir.RN"CI.1II! la broken by Belinda's. voice: "Havewe
Uon of spices.) Cherry Relish. to use a commercial pectin you can Mr. ..... Mr. .. T. 4.iRler S..aonNunday 9 ever done this game?" A flaw again for poor Jean! When anyone
substitute 2 cups light corn syrup M.rvlc. 1:30: P. M. r
a sugar into dry dish and t cups pitted cherries for 2 cups of sugar required with Friday Service 1:111: P. M In the service 1* filled by Bob with mentions a play or a book Muriel

e until needed. Measure 1 cop seedless raisin bottle pectin. U you use powdered a tray of canape, going about In crushes it at once; she says It i*

fruit into a Ito 8-quart 1 teaspoon cinnamon pectin the rule 1* half sugar and ,> is businesslike a manner a* though rather like a much-better play or
brown half + of the caterer' men. If book that only ihe has seen. It she 11
lug up last fracP H cop sugar corn syrup. ha were one
cup or -
I with water If tt teaspoon clove Currant Jelly.\ 'kJ1ud 7oKQdufZi/1 /. A the telephone rings Belinda may; can possibly correct anyone's; pronunciation
necessary. Wash and stem currants. Put In she does it by ImmedI-
it if coats
casually answer
I Vt cop honey 111 quite ;
over hottest ire. adding kettle with a very little the mispronounced
preserving ately using
H cop vinegar slide oft the chair in the foyer i
fruit pectin mix and mash with a wooden potato WAR BONDS /11
Stirring until well mixture and % cap pecan nutme. 's water masher. Cook lowly; until cur Bob restores them to place. by word employing; if she; can French annoy her or hearer Italian

> a hard boil Mix all the Ingredients except pecans rant look white. Drain In jelly wf *_ Bob and Belinda never drop la on
At them.
she
once phrase never spare .
[Sugar, and cook 1 hour slowly. Add bag and measure Juice. To each young married friend at about are
stirring constantly minutes longer. add % cupsugar The 79-millimeter gun la a dlvl- Her husband has one topic sport
el pecan and cook 3 pint (two cups) of Juice In the afternoon and remain until
foaming y teaspoon and strained honey. slonal weapon used by the Artillery Th. shooting of deer doves, rabbit.
aj be Pour into hot sterilized Jars and Vt cup ..J ten minutes of eight, when the bridegroom
added.
) Continue tlr- Boil rapidly until the syrup sheet as an anti-tank gun. It has beenreplaced with hanger sad the catching of trout and steelhead
seal at I.lvace/
1/1'hard to a full rolling boil once.Sugar Substitute. from a spoon. about 10 minutes. If to some extent by the more 1 the bride frantic because It la. now and marlin are Guy's. sole interest;
1 minute. thermometer It should the heaviest 8155 it to him that other
If feel that you cannot use ;you use a modern 103". known as ao longer practicable to have the never occurs
you 218 to 220 degree yahrenhelt The 7V have better things to do. After
register of divisional weapons. men
.
in all of the canning recipe artichokes and roast pork for dinner.If .
sugar Alike!
cost $12,000 and ha been Several cocktails Guy; becomes noisy
here even with ;your extra require a siUhtIr mm gun da In for a late afternoon
given fruits may they / come
Other and Muriel
converted by our Ordnance into a No. 1155 Ores* them and tactless and he quar
Lynn Says: canning ration here are the rules temperature, from 220 to Pattern of tea and a chat they always -
higher cup
advice to This the truth of It.
test for "blatter" twice as efficient a* in the like-i* smart fashion rel. is simple
Scor Card: The for substitutions: 222 degree F. when you little girl and relieve the anxious mind of takes their
status of thermometer.Fruit first World War. Follow if ;you have a though it sometimes
liable for commercial can- If you are using a bottled fruit the jelly stage with with a honey. bas a Boy in one family. The same fabric the newlyweds by a definite statement friends months or even years to discover -

as at last been clarified pectin recipe, ;you may; substitute canned Prepare fruit a* in the same color will be attractive : "We're going at six; we have that neither Guy nor Muriel
w we know 2 light corn syrup for 2 cups delightful flavor. In both the girls' frock an iron-bound date."
exactly what cup and follow your favorite method ( fig ) really adds anything to the general
than usual in toJoy' -
Do not use more and the boys suit presented
available Their Word.
to of the sugar. openkettledd Keep
use If of
b" way of of canning you liter's button pleasure any group.
And
'OOd. 2 cups of corn syrup in any; recipe. as much honey a. ;you would pattern. frock as well as No. they don't begin at this point U young couple Just starting out
'lie Four" however as this will give unsatisfactory the fruit after ft has front princes that detestable vacillation that '
In canned vege- sugar to Brother's one piece suit both have la life could study their list of
IIeas. tomatoes. eking results.In reached the paint IntoBiterig matching: revers at the necklines! breaks the hearts of the. household friend carefully, and weed out those
and cum plus' asparagus. a powdered fruit pectin recipe gain to boiling put Pattern No. 8193 Is In sizes 2. 3. era. "W. could stay, I suppose. wbo are only trouble-makers only

peaches, evaporated milk you may use I cup light corn yrup lized Jar and eaL 4. 5 and fl yeaes. Size 3 dress takes Bob? We could telephone Alice. destined to become more and more

h wlU be allowed unlimited for each cup of sugar omitted. But. 2 yards 33-inch material boy's; suit Bob and Belinda say when they .1 a burden much later discomfort

II of tin for canning do not try to use all corn syrup in New Fire House Soon ZV)* ;yards. are going, and they go. And often would be spared all 'round.

pur.onduy" the recipe instead of sugar. You they drag with them some other Unfortunately, when a man. and
substitute corn syrup for only About August 1 Starke will friend or friends who are upsetting
products may first are married: each one
such woman
h beets, cherries. berrle.as to the sugar required. It for exam- have a brand new and up-to-date Nam*..................."........... aU Jem's dinner plan and drinkIng bring to the partnership a legacyof : I
auce. grapefruit ple the recipe calls for 8 cup of fire department a c cording to up Joe's gin. "Come along Helen dear old friends. No one ele-

n meats beef and, sausage sugar altogether, you may use 3 Relnhold Grahn who la uperin- Add:....,...................a....... ," they say hardily. "Jean and ment In marriage 1 I. more dangerou .
ntinue to be others of light corn yrup but you tending the work for the contrac- Joe didn't ask us to stay the weekend .
:ups than these same Jolly persons.who
sod be allOWed canned only, but the must also use 3 cup of ugar. :ore. Qulllion Construction Co., of This gun gets maximum power for ..........I..w......... and she has to get dinner start refuse to recognize! the fact that

amount ot Daytona Beach. At the present minimum weight and cost, and the ed." and want to
th ome exceptions tin a. wed in Why gel mnd hoi koutfholJ end polAerW problem oter when your'oohing time however the fire engine U American people are providing the Hamoefpapm.,.....................-. On the other hand there are the go anything right on la changed with the, irresponsible
bav-
re or loused at the Gay Service Station the purchase of War Bakers, who are asked nowhere.
leas UtomrWrit nlllh"clubs.
through restaurants
educe on finance old round of ,
expert .........
gel Su'
you'em of Call Street and pstt.raNa..a Bakers have the advantages of
a Packed last .tplaating your problem to /Mu on the corner Bond If you do your share and Invest The dances, ball game and college
;year wW last ,
all at Out and CIa..b.n.J'/ ...",.n Nwpop Temple Avenue. This move was 10 per cent of your Income in S.nd IS un'e"'n, for I Icb money and position and they are gossip. One of the newlywedslike t
thiJ year Win be the goods trim Union. 310 South Dtplauit Sir***. made necessary because Call War Bond, adequate supply of this .. pattern
en before U" aya11a- Chicago IWIU) .. ri_ .ncloe e Street In front of the light plant,! efficient gun can be assured our Patricia Dow Patterns popular But the truth Is other it 1* apt to be gall and worm

There 5 DO need;years are damped sef/W fr..W envelope for where the engine ha been kept I fighting forces. Buy War Bonds every ZM W. 17Us St., New York N. T. that Muriel and Guy are difficult wood.
to hoard reply.Rel.aa.d to the guests, and the hostess feels like a
paving
your 111110. Ia I torn up preparatory I pay dsy. u.S. Tre.a.q Drrerteiest
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Market Sales Total AIRCRAFT WARNING I Cypress Garden Beauties At Silver Springs, July 4 17-Year-Old Leon Moorer 1

: $2,183.75 For Week VITALLY IMPORTANT i i Plenty of Action With Canadian1Leon J d Y

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I Moorer, a 2nd lieutenantin "III !
Die week ending Wednesday I ran aWay ,
? wants to meet the the Signal Corps of the .1111'' ''
little activity army enemy Fifth .
night Haw quite a army .? i tIr'!)
I Farmers' Market. before he CIOSHC* Into our land Canadian Armored Division, la: Feb. 'tlnl'>' Bol1lt.
the state as ,
: at 1941! ;
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hH death and des- -eL friends and
with the following produce sold: and cieaten ? visiting relatives In left fo, 'In
tiuctlon To realize this obJective Starke and after Engl&hll
9tt i-iatrs:, of green beans bringingan I vicinity, nine three III
average of $1.00 per crute, 695 the army munt. receive the months of action In England.Lt. ed a dogflghl bombing '8111a lilt
warning and Information necessary Moorer Is native of lie
crates of lima beam at $130; 455 b a Bradford Now 1 11j
75: cents, 1 crate to net Its combat forces for County, having been rearedIn barely Ore,
cratet of cum at I age, he Ii
?.' : of cucumbers at $1; 180 crates of action. And this Is the Job that the home. of his' grandparents, where he win "gO sooa ".

it: :. pepper '<
37 crate' of the aircraft warning service. ressa. io!
field at $1.10; and thfll
pens
4 ; F ) of observers feel that If our __ When attending school in receive hIs
f tomatoes at $1: 45 crates The Miami first lieutenant eolllt,
i squiiBh at $1.30; and 4 crates of boys can go out In all the ml wry,, when barely 15 years of age. he seas by '-r 111II
horror and death of a battlefield January I." .
okra at $2.25. -
The total was 1,970 crate of to defend their countiy then the $v :i _i-- zr,1I, !I. S. A. L. Track Used

produce brought In by Bradford people at home can do somethingfor Certify Bond ih

4L t County farmers during the week the same purpose. "It It will For BoulevardAbout

gelling for $2,183.75.: according to help my country" they siy "thenIt The Board of Cow

J. It. Gardner manager. Is my duty to serve all that I 9-30 o'clock Wednesday loners met |In )'

Next week's market Raid Mr. can and I am glad of the privilege Monday sPIClal
I night, a man, who admitted to W. InOl'I1lng
'I Gardner, will\ be heavy on field of doing as many hours of pose of for tIr!
E. Tronton
:; ; peurt and corn, ami light on tomatoes observation duty as my spare police officer, that he bond election certifying t I,

okra, squash strIng beans i time will permIt That Is the had drunk, a half-pint of whiskey, In Tux held Tuff16. \

., lima beans and peppers All offall' thing that 10 going to win this was driving west on Jefferson According to SChool w Dkilt
qualitybut excellent on corn war for America'! A realization chairman 1t
street when he
came to the Sea- of the
i, 4t And beans. that our country need the efforts missloners BGard,h
board railroad track. found
of every man woman and Thinking It "rely In i the ,j

More Summer ComfortLex child of this nation-Not Just a ," was a street, or because he was number of Order Via .

few who are conscious of their ... >'-"' ..... diinking or becauae.hls car theIr ballot qualified, Vote,
the front of citizenship. Every I to make tit
Green is having obligation bounced the legal
on rough track and
,
he
1.1T of America! Let "" t. a large'
removed from part body owes a duty to
windows ...,. )I made a left turn and >rlty to pass
drove down the
and from the habit of ; ;, : bOnd
street,
Court get
I hits building: on us away I other business
i t wire ourselves. Let :.iI! the railroad for almost was I
having large mesh !!screen sympathizing wIth' "r: ;;:.:" half a ir
: .
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; .I--i.t lltl.l ltv .In.,1..----.i.. .Tcotftblv. --- In the us think of our country's need.Is .<< ,,..........\;... block toward Call street when his '
.. Starke- Dry Cleiiners and Laun- two hours a couple or lime I : ... ., ". ,,'-", "" ""'<<-, :-."" ..-" ." .-" I car stuck In the rails and stalled. Gas Dates POs/pan/
Fl jj'1 dry and Bradford, Abstract Com a week ''too much for a civilian to .-.. ".- .. -' "."_' ,. _'''";,.'. .. _..... :::! He went off leaving his car

pany.CLASSIFIED". give should to his country our men?In If the it Is armedservice' then Here's Barbara and Sylvia Charnbfiss and Bobby Wheeler, all of Cypress Gardens, as sitting! on the track. A passerbysaw newly According appointed to Com W, ,w r
why the ,
.they'll in action at Silver in water and predicament and notified Registration
appear Springs
feel that they have to a pageant beauty contest Saturday the Director b
[ and Sunday, July ,! and 5 at 4 o'clock. police, who In turn got a ford County .
iI fight and die for us every hour wrecker from Torode's garage. ollne regMl1tlll i

of the day every week throughout and pulled it off the track. And from rationing card baa,
FOR SALE-On highway between the year t They In the serviceare -about five minutes later I' up July 1. j and,
a
Starke and Lawtey, 12 acres fighting to defend the very THIS WEEK IN THE WAR switch engine came along! And merly and 11.announced, to M
land for $600. Terms thing for which we must give And the ,?
4'.t ..e clearsd thereby could have hung a very goes Into
$12 down and $12 per month.J. some effort-the preservation of (A summary of Information on the Important d..v.lopn>*nts of the expensive tale! o* July 15,effect July a
: L. Harrell Lawtey Flu. our country.The week mart available by official .sources in the Oft Ice of Government The man put' $30 in as forlller
; : : He ort.. Washington D. C.) I up cash ed. The reglstrallo.\
': 6-12 4tp aircraft warning service Is which paid for the ,wrecker service place In the .

; 4 cola electric- In dire need of volunteers. We PERMANENT GAS RATIONING of War Patterson reported Army Molotov discussed measures for and left a sizeable cash bond, 9 to 12 A. M.Starke Art ,
:" FOR SALi'-l.ccxa all enjoy the blessings of this nation The Office of Price Administration and it, and f fn
"Fre h'nd alre Navy. Crude rubber requirements speeding U. S. war ald to the was stated by a member of the P. u.
on these
I11iI' drink boxi'l fan.; Phone 128 or P. of ours and we all owe a fixed July 9, 10 and 11 a, the during the 21 months after Soviet Union and the fundamental police .force yesterday morning. .wards stated data, i

.vL electric It debt to help In Its preservation. dates for motorists .in the Eastern April I, 1942. will be 800,000 tons problems of postwar cooperation -

O. Box 785. I I Of the aircraft warning service, States and the District of Columbia compared with the present U. S. to safeguard "p e ace and I

HELP WANTED -:- male and female Lt. General Henry H. Arnold, to register for their new Reserve of 600,000 tons. He said security to the freedom loving

.t''; ls' "q.1 ; -24 v 0 1 u nteer airplane Commanding General of. the U. S. gasoline ration books. The permanent he hoped the difference would be peoples. Both sides state with I BLANDING CENTER, INC.

: .I spotters to work two hours a Army Air Force, says: "The service rationing system In the hoped the difference would be satisfaction the unity of their

;{' day-two working tog ether- rendered by ground observers East becomes effective July' 22. made up by *he synthetic produc- views on all these questions." The BAR GRILL AND
:i' I of national defense and the unit I Value PATIO
and .help keep the ,Japa and In our system of existing tion program. announcement said that the U. S. ,,
Germans from bombing your Is frequently misunderstoodand ration cards was doubled to six Commerce Secretary Jones said and the Soviet Union have signed
I : .
Dancing
and
d. generally under estimated gallons to carry motorists to this the Entertainment
RFC
't Country and killing your friends will finance the c 0 n- a lend-lease 'agreement similar to *
'; I They must all realize that their date. The 0 P A said motorists < '
their structlon 0 t 'A 24-inch Nightly Until
and destroying property. pipeline those between the V. S. and Brit' One O'clock
1 I I j4 j H. Ai Carlton chief' air raid1tgi part Is a vital one In the national who hold A or B cards and have from Longview Texas to Salem. aln and China.

warden. Care' Bradford County defense. It is sometimes hard used all the units on them will III., at an estimated! coat of $35 Recreation Amusement Fun

4 Telegraph. Phone 29. tfr'(4 for a ground observer to realize not be able to get any more gasoline million. The pipeline will be THE ARMED FORCESThe

1r; the Importance of the duty when for the next 30 days unless I completed December 1 And will Senate completed Congressional JEROME C. HUGHES Operator

IAI $ WANTED salesmen men or there Is little or no air activity. they show need to a local rationing have a capacity of 300,000 barrelsa action on legislation to ,

lad lea. ,Jjaay'work: large com and when the threat of an enemy board. day. It will reouir. ", 125nnn, raise pay of members of the Armed .
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missions Aggresnlve sales per- air attack remote. It la Only A books will be -
appears issued by tons of steel, the WPB said. but forcee to $50 a p
month retroactive -
son can average $40 to $50 per essential fhat each and every observer school registrars. Supplemental will not Interfere with
steel deliveries to June 1. The
House
week. Apply at Bon Art Studio understands that the valueof Band C permanent ration books for |
.: .4 ? I: 1 Army. Navy And Mar- passed and returned to the Senate -
*. tf an aircraft warning system Is and bus) and truck's books, will itime Commission SILVER
: nee d Mr. a bUl -authorizing A basic allowance SPRINGCORDIALLY
dependent upon its readiness before be Issued, by local rationing Jones'said
necessary personnel to of
SELL ISO
OR
; IF YOU WOULD BUY the raid boards a month for dependent -
appears. any time between July 1 construct
stock beef and operate the line 'of members
milk cow*, cows. of the armed
,
I
In Bradford In Starke and
County- July 19. These
I '' cattle stock bulls 'or hogs get book win will be furnished! by the Industry. forces, $28 to be paid the '
iii. I ;::1 -tbe.la an urgent need for be "tailored" to fit needs of Individual by .INVITES .YOU TO EJJJOY
?, In touch with J- D., Odom Jr., volunteers. An appeal to the motorist and CIVIUAN StVPLY I government =!and $22, to be Withheld ..
companies.
; J '. Box 247 8Urk; Box .204 Lake men and women of this county Is B books containing' 16 Additional ,The WPB ''limited: tae use i>of: .. "mr pay. ,DICK POPE'S

,ic City; Telephone,,481 Lake City. made for assistance in this civilian coupons will have A variable expiration steel Ire the manufacture of baby The"Prealdent asked Congress'
CYPRESS
., Auction market every Thurs arm of the U. S. army. This date; C -books containing carriages.1 and prohibited 'the use I to appropriate 940 billion for the G4RDBN GIRLSIN

1:' J.i day on all classes of live stock means every American. Your as many as 96 Additional coupons of any other' metal, except gold fiscal 1943 army supply bill including -

.1 at Lake City at 2:30: P. M.0-8-43 country needs you. Your state will be Issued for three months, and silver, in such manufacture.I /;',approximately $11 billion A FREE

I "t needs you. Tour county needs but coupons in excess of motorists The Board placed similar restrictions for the Air Force. $10 billion '
Water
- 1 you. Others are doing it. And actual needs will be removed be- on production of liturgical ll for Ordnance, $7 billion for Quartermaster Sports, Show Beauty Pageant

m 1 Musicians & Entertainers they owe no more to this nation fore the book la Issued. Bus* And articles such as crucifixes cha, and Transportation

.4,I P Male and Female that do those who are doing nothing truck books will be good for four Uces and candlesticks. Deliveries ServIces $. billion for Army pay. SATURDAY & SUNDAY, .JULY 4 AND 5 at IP

: All types svnil amateur answer for It in Its struggle for ex months and will cover just enough of welding r ds' and electrodeswere $3 billion for the Signal Corps "
istence. Two hours a day twiceor fuel for and $3 billion for the
add and the mileage Allowed in restricted to orders with Corps of
giving ""
promptly
three times week will be Engineers. The Silver Springs Also Announces The Eslablishmm
.4 a forthcoming ODT r e g u I ations. high preference ratings, o r to, Senate passed
c Write Mr. White phone, Box 431-C greatly appreciated by those in Gasoline service station operators specified government agencies And and returned to the House an appropriation .- Direct Bus Service To Ocala

charge of the work. will be required to turn over to Accredited schools of welding. The bill providing/ $650 Thrice Daily Hourly Saturday Sundiji

: 8TAKKE. FLORIDA Interested folks are asked to suppliers the e x: act number of board prohibited use of any but million in cash and $2 billion In

., leave their name and address withH. stamps for the amount of gasoline low-alloy steels in manufacture contract authorizations for the Sr rrrrt srrrrrsst rrrrS4SS

r$ BKDROOM: FOR RENT-323 So., .-A. Carlton chief airplane observer delivered to their stations. of 0 chisels hammers punches and Navy' Department. The! House

\. Cherry' St., Starke. lip at the Bradford County other toolp, and prohibited After passed and returned to the Senatea
,?. Telegraph or telephone 29. RUBBER AND OIL bill
( September 1, production of mat- authorizing the Navy to acquire -
ri FOR SALE 2 Coca Cola iceboxes President, Roosevelt ordered An tresses or pads containing Ironor a total of 200 llghter-than- 11 years The t

: good as new, cheap. KelIy'a -: J. F. Hall Dies Intensive drive to collect from steel. air craft, an .increase from 72

apartment, Temple Avenue, homes offices, farms And factories specified in the Senate Legisla'
: Itp After Operation all articles of rubber that FOREIGN RELATIONS:! tion.

have been or can be discarded. The White TipTop Super MartI
kf House The War
WANTED- KUK ISHKI> ROOM John F. Hall. 74, of 21 Tlllman The scrap rubber is being announced Department announced .-

1 i WITH FIUVATK 8110 WPR.t : street, Lake Wales, ,died at 930A. I by the nations: gasoline collected the President ,and Russian For- that previous flying experience
NOT MORE THAN S BLOCKS M. Tuesday June 23 filling eign Commissar Molotov reached baa been .
at the stations transported to central "full eliminated a. a necessary
FROM POHTOFFICK. CALL Orange General hospital. Orlando. collection points by petroleum industry to the understanding. with regard qualification for glider' pUot can- .Today Celebrating Its
AT tlS E. C.u..L'ST. lip urgent tasks of
$ after an opening a didates.
operation
following a trucks and sold to the Rub- second Applicants must be be-
lingering Illness. Mr. Hall was ber T European front in 1942"at tween'18 and 36. ,
Recovery Those
FOR SALE-Model A Ford sedan. Corporation. Filling diacusslons without
born In Georgia on Jan. 11, 1868( stations held in Washing prior 11TH ANNIVERSARY IN STARKI
Five practically new Urea Will Are paying A cent A pound ton from March I flying experience will receive
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hall for the rubber. 29 to June 4. In five weeks instruction
consider reasonable cash Under-Secretary In
any
; and came to Bradford addition the President and Mr.
County in light power-driven
alrnlanlL.
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p1 offer. -Box 381, Starke Fla. ----!!-
\ Itp 1901.Mr. For 11 have been Leaden
Hall Is survived by three Clinic Continues we have finished the campaign," colored S years we

c FOR RENT-two 3-room furnished sons and three daughters: W. J. Immunization DriveThe he stated Tuesday.The people. In New Merchant
These Methods In
houses with private bath. Hall. Palatka: J. C. Hall Lake new health center building conferences will be for the

; Also furnished rooms. D. O. Wales; J. H. Hall Norfolk. Va; local Health Unit holds its on Church street has been com purpose of Instructing/ moth- We Are Served The
Have
,, ,, : Kelley north, city limits on Mrs. A. W. Lowery and MrS P. Immunization clinics I regularly pleted. Dr. Ford said, all but the ers how to keep their children Happy to

Road 13. 2tp C. Mabry. Jacksonville; and Miss equipment. As soon. as well-teaching them about teed- -
arrangements -
; Mannle HaU. Sampson City. every Saturday morning from 9 can be made after entering Ing. development, growth and People of Starke

FOR RENT-New furnished 4- He was a member of the Bap. to 12 o'clock. Immunizing against the new home of protection
the health against to
unit contagious dis
room house with all new fur tist c6urch. and funeral services small pox diphtheria and typhoid Dr. M. B. Herlong will hold a eases, for the past 11 years, and hope
niture and modern conveniences .'
were conducted Wednesday afternoon fever.
Already according to Dr. series of "well-child ...
Also furnished garage at 2 o'clock at the Thereaaa M. J. Ford director of the clinic, Dr. Forti announced. conferences These File Price Lists continue to give the
apartment private bath hot Baptist Church by the Rev. A. :515 persons have been immunized ferences con-

water and General Electric re- Llghtfoot pastor of the against these diseases. "We ex- mothers of will the children be held with the Jos. E. Wilson Bradford County same courteous service
frigerator. Mrs. A. F. Sauls E'j once each
Baptist Church. Interment
waa pect to go well over 1.000 before month rationing administrator
for white has
,
and
for Just
515 McMahon St. It Hope Cemetery. once received a telegram from W. C. for 'many' years to come.

'. ,; FUKWSHKD: ROOMS Waldo. I Arrangements were in chargeof Just Old Tires, But Uncle Sam Wants 'Em Sherman, State Director OPA.
De Witt C. Jones.
I For two couples 3 large rooms stating that all retailers should be Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy

kitchen with sink and running informed that price lists of cost

I hot water, Beatuyreat mat- USO Children Day of living commodities as defined 11 years Ilpe

'. tresaen. Frtgidalre electricity in Bulletin No. 2. must be flied
All USO clubs In Starke and
furnished. $50. No dogs or children with the War Price and RationIng -
k accepted.-Mrs. Maude S. throughout the entire Countryare '-r-- Boards by July 1.
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observing open house for children
v Wesley. from 1 to 5 P. M. Sunday. .,. .

FOR RENT--One 2-room apart Their parents are cordially Invitedto ; .. .:L
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'. t'A ment furnished.. -Mrs. O. P. accompany them. At 3 P. AI ; :,

k Wadaworth. Hampton Flu. Itp at the YMCA (USO Club No 1))

there will be a free picture show \ (; .. WAR AND BOMBARDMENT INSURANCE

i' i WANTED-Experienced lady tall- for all children. Refreshments I ,-.H 1

::44 or. Must be permanent. Good will be served, it was announced. 'O\It 'as ..
1ita alary. Write Box 431-A. Itr'u War
Damage
..> .- '' Insurance is dwellings.
; ''''. now available for
: FOR RENT-furnished house on In Navy School mercantiles
theatres
'"' hotels farm etc. at very
? Kingsley Lake. Apply W. A. -- :_ properties
) Robert L. KIrkland son of Mr. I t' .'.'
Shandx, Gainesville F1. 2tp low rates.
and Mrs. R. F. I ,
Kirkland of > ,:: ,. .
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; fU __ FOR S.\LE-'I'raller. large frame. Starke Is now undergoing a 16- .' 'T "' .' PLEASE CALL US INFOR.JJATJO.\
week course at the Navy ServU-e '. FOR FARTHER
Suitable for building house car. -
., Fair tires. reasonable prIce. Inquire Schools In Great Lakes III. He t__ ..__..'.__.___ -_=.:::::''...--..' _--.......

: at Bradford County Tele- ,I Is studying to be a machinist'smate K. O. Duncan local Standard Oil agent and C. H. Bohannon
ItFOR having been selected on the Harold
-graph.- -.- : basis of a series of aptitude tests. illttrlct manujtvr, are fthown here with a load. of UMfteHt'" tire*-among C Wall Agency
thee
; SALE-37V-82-door Ford Upon graduation from the ichool, first collected. In t Bradford County's scrap rubber drive that has

tV45t .______ sedan $198 for quick sale; 5 he will either be transferred ,to already netted around 40.000 puundit of the tltal material no neceJtry .- Constant

4 ; splendid Urea See WV C. Con- the fleet for sea duty. or to a for Uncle Sam' war effort. The drive baa only a few more service over 50 years

fJ ner. 4 miles out Lake Butler naval base. to receive further tiny to (to.. M clean out jour attic and garage at once and turn the Phone 146 .

,, road. 1 mile north on grade. Itp struction in his specialized tn-I crap Into your favorite filling atatlon.






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