Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877

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e ExcludedRent The "Front" Was- Never Like This- USO Units Plan Blanding Venereal Rate :i '


[ r 4 t kre Fourth Of July '

ations Event For Soldiers HighestNOTICE Among Camps .: ,,

General Kunzig Says Prostitutes Must
irke-Galncsvllle area has The climax In a series of entertainments

Snied from the rent con- i given for the boysat Leave Starke Provost Marshal [,
Rations that went Into Camp Blandlng will be reached
Tu Iti-adfurd County Srlrrloen Names Liquor Joints ,
y j according to an l Saturday July 4th at the USO- : r.\.\
nt'from Washington r YMCA. The J. W. B., Y. W. C. ,
IMpiiHv do not under jtny siretuutnna'ea "We're going to get don to brass tacks We're going
j Price Administrator A.. N. C. O, S. and Y. M. C A.
,demon by are combining ,efforts with the contmt or try InInterlew to get hard!1" said General I., A. Kunzig. Commanding Officer -

Irevlously been announc- Womens Service Organization and any b.oUrel mwnlier at of Camp liiandinif at a conference held with city and f,
his home or place! of bu..ln".
KnU In the Starke area Interested citlzenkof., Starke and .\U I nmllvnt prrtulnlntc to county officials last: Friday afternoon at the city hall on i

frozen at the rates nearby communities promoting. 8f'I..dh'e l Service" are trunnnrtpil the subject of "women" and "venereal diseases: lie was

? January 1, 1941. This JLmar this gala event. at regular Maud' meetings accompanied to Starke by Major \,'. E. Miller, Camp Pro-

jxe had only Blight ef- + The program wiiJ open with a held every Thursday aft vost Marshal, and Major Harry A, Johnston!' Public Rela.
Jduclng rents here, howe .M I Band Conceit aj 3:00: P. lo[., followed ernoon ut the Starke Armory tions Officer.

[ most of the Increase by relay races and contestsat building.. "The venereal disease rate at Camp Blanding is the

was made before this 4.00: o'clock. At,3:00 o'clocka All appeals will bn heard highest of any army camp in the United States," was the

barbecue and water melon cut between 4 and 5 oVlurli on first bombshell the General threw into the laps of the of-

Lining the exclusion ,of ting is planned for approximately these days. I 'itcials. .. '. .
tine ve go to drive
500( service men. The street
e.Galnesvllle various area parts ofTntry ,Yew air, there'M something about a uniform that certainly gets dance will start at 8:00: P. M. Bradford County Selerltte prostitution out of this town I

In, Henderson stated the girls--_peclttlly when the uniform l",i worn by a KelOd-luokln") 17- All members of the U S. O. I Serb Ire Hi ard.W. Luther Coleman What "are you people going

Jllmlnary Investigations year-old youth who bolted high school at the age of 13 to Join the are requested to be present and II. Edwards, Chairman to do? was his point-blank

|In general that aubstanIliance Canadian army. Leon Moore (center above) WUH here lust week assist with preparations ant serving :S. L. Crews, member Found DeadA question \

to the price ad- visiting his grandparents Mr. and Mira. II. 1>. May. He has been the barbecue. l>. I*. Carpenter, member. Sheriff A. O. Andrea Mayor I

Dr'l r e c onxment'jitions on active duty with the Signal Corp of the Fifth Canadian Armored N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,

made." He said, how- Division In England; for the past nine months. That he enjoyed his Davis InstalledAs strange tragedy occurred, In and Chief of Police Alvarez '

i further inquiry wouldto vNIt; here goes without suj'luff. FreddieVlmberly, Alice June Hard- New Head Rubber Drive Nets the Crosby Lake Cemetery sometime were agreed that Starke con-

determine whether Ing, A r line Dew and Grace Dew helped see to that. Friday. June 20, when fronted a major problem In this
frol should be establisheddate. Of Rotary' Club Luther Coleman. 31, died of matter. "We keep the jail full all lto
: asphyxiation by attaching a tubeto the time," the Mayor stated. t
IS STARKE READY? L. A. Davis,newly'elected president 80,000 the exhaust pipe of his car, "The County jail can accommo- \ :f,
of the Stared; Rotary Club, closing all windows and doors date only six at a time" the H

Foreigners was Installed at the regular lunch- Bradford County harvested 80- leaving the motor running anil Sheriff Maid. Bradford Countyhas I
eon Wednesday, succeeding M. F. Inhaling the deadly fumes of no prison farm to which to
"An aerial attack on the United States in full force and Brown, who 'has guided the club 000 pounds of scrap rubber dur- carbon monoxide. It U under end them; no the only way they

idford from land bases. (carefully prepared to achieve' its objective during the past 12 months. Mr. ing the first two weeks of the stood that he left a note In know how to dispose of them U ;

swiftly and completely) is not only possible and probable-but Davis Is"'well known In Starke. drive according: to an announce which he Intimated that he wan to drive them out of town and I
INEVITABLE having been engaged In the build- ment yesterday by J. B. Alexander despondent over a glil. warn them not to return.

rd County's population ing supplies business. here for chairman of the local It la not known just when tile These women do not return to

1940 was composed of Thus speaks Major Alexander P. DeSeversky, one of many years.W. Petroleum Indust'rles Committee I tragedy occurred; but he was beat Starke, It was repeated over and I;'

es and 4.337females, this country's leading authorities in the field of aviation."It H. Hart succeeds Jos. E. The national total was 219,000 seen alive at the Slarke Taxi over. "It Is the first offenders
Florida pounds-much less than President I
to a State who constitute our problem the '
Wilson as secretory, an office stand about 10 o'clock Thursday
I Board analysis of data ;is not a question of whether we shall be bombed but that the latter has filled for the Roosevelt had hoped for-consequently : night, and was found dead In his Mayor stated.

by the U S. Bureau ofknd WHEN we shall be bombed. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT i I past five years. D. P. Carpenter, the drive Is being extended car about 2 P. M. Friday A "Where do they live?" the '

delayed until quitedue WE BE PREPARED AT ALL TIMES." treasurer, begins a new term through July 10. coroner's )Jury pronounced his I General persisted. And the answer ,
to wartime actlvl- 1 and Joe C. Hoofer la the new Every man, woman and childIn death a suicide. Sheriff A. O. was simply that there are

Jie Bureau. e # vice-president of She club. the county Is urged to make an Andreu itated Tuesday that a so many strange women In town ''S

the population Included If Major DeSeversky's prediction should come true The new board of directors! !I. Increased effort to round up all young couple driving by saw the that It Is Impossible to tell the '

ve-born whites, 60 for- and this area felt the backwash of enemy bombardment composed of Mr:;. Davis, Mr, scrap rubber within the next few body In the car and Informed him good from the bad. 80 they live 'I {

whites, and 2,227 neg- against nearby military objectives, Starke would find itself Brown, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Carpenter days and turn it In to any filling of the matter. all over town! And the problemof

|the 61 forelgn-borD'rell. in a pitiful plight indeedNINETYEIGHT E. K. Ferryman, and W. P. station, where they will be paid Mr. Coleman was born In Pavo negro women, as well as men, :
11 I races, 34 were natur- I Smith. J ,fc one cent per pound. No matter Ga., May 15, 1911, but moved to was also tressed. g

zenB AND ONE-HALF PERCENT OF .4; .. how large or how,small the piece Bradford County 14 yearn ajm. Calling'< spade a spade, 'M jor y j; il!
J of population wal' JH.S STARKEITES WOULD NOT'RECOGNIZE TIIE'AIR RAID /Named of scrap It Is needed. He had been operating the J. P Miller named eight or ten place )a ain
tftr square mile, corn- : SIGNAL IF THEY HEARD IT. 'The remaining: 1 1-2 per Roberta service station for about and around Starke suspected! '

lib a state average of cent have a hazy idea what it sounds like, but their con- Jax Postmaster' Gas six week, It was staled Priorto of handling much stronger drinks (

quare mile. There wereD clusions would merely be guess work. RegistrationJuly that time he had driven a -and trafficking In women-and
residents and o,273 Brady M. Bryan, who has just Blanding cab, and sometime In made the profound statement that

dents In the county. Sixty percent of Starkeites have some faint idea of received his appointment as act- the past was an employe at W. "the state beverage man void thatIf p-

litest five-year age group how to conduct themselves in an air raid, while the remain- Ing postmaster at the Jackson 9 10 11w. P. Smith's stave mill. we would give him the evidence -

between 10-14 years, ing 40 percent would likely create panic by running out into ville postofflce to fill the place He Is survived by his mother he would close the places

county had 4,718 reslft the street or some such other blunder made vacant by the sudden deathof 1.[. Edwards, county ration- Mrti.nnle Crawford, hln daughter and put a padlock on them for :
W. D. Jones, Is a Bradford two years"! At least two of the I
21 years of age and Ing registration director, remind Edna: Coleman; and threesistersMrs
County boy, born near Ralford place named were on Call ,
were 75 Lucy Sllcox. Starke
years or older. the that ;
These startling facts were disclosed in a recent man- before the county was divided "I I public Thursday, Friday street! I
I residents over 25 and Saturday, July 9, 10 and 11. Mrs. Jewile Wlnnlngham Paho-
years conducted by the Telegraph. lived In the until I was
in-the-street County
the survey In kee; and Mrs. Henry Harlow, County Judge E. K. Perryman
males registration for
|f 7.0 completed an Starke has never had a practice blackout. Located grown," Mr. Bryan said Wednesday gaaoline. Donaldsvllle, Ga Funeral services who was at the meeting said: f

|let 7.2 years of school and within a bomb's throw of military objectives and classified : "used to plow a mule the I'e." will Those register desiring at rationing the Starke card I were conducted by the Rev "We can give you the evidence"1County !

| average years.was 8.1 In the I in one of the four Florida "danger zones", our's is perhapsthe Twenty years ago be moved to Armory, Hampton, Graham Law-: J. M. Tillman at 1:30: o'clock Sun. I Iq

and 8.6 years for yean feTie only community of its size and importance to neglect Jacksonville has been In, postal and for service 16 there.years tey or Brooker. Army penonnell day afternoon at the Klngnley Exceeds
measure. Most towns of any size will at Lake Cemetery.De .
county had 47 male this simple preparatory In November 1940 he made application register Camp Blandlng
[emale college graduates. have had not one, but several. This fact doubtless accountsfor to Starke's> postmaster, I.while colored people will registerIn Witt C. Jones was In chargeof

Idrl'In the 7-13-year the abysmal ignorance of Starkeites concerning air raid Fred F. Stump, for. a place at : Reno, Mr Edwards stated. arrangements. War Bond '

p 1 536 percent were at- protection.In Camp Standing,i ,realizing that I A call for volunteers for helpin Quota I

hool. in the 14-13-yea/ spite of this apparent apathy toward danger, 50 per there was a great future to> that the work of registration Is Prowlers Snatch ,

'> percent were attending. cent of citizens here believe there is a strong liklihood that office. He was given the placeas : made by the director. Purses From HomeA On a for June of 23,400,

Ithe average was 93.4 per- Starke will feel the blow of enemy bombs because of its Superintendent of the Camp Bradford County's War Bond and'

for the 7-13 group and 86.2 proximity to military objectives. The other 60 per- Standing branch of the Starke Scouts Return wave of petty robberies Is Stamp sale went well over the
14-15 group Postofflce. This position he ban $50,000: mark. Starke Bold 150080 Y
it but improbable.But ,
cent is doubtful-thinks possible, From Camp again threatening to sweep over
held this time. ; ,2O of .
until bond and taken
in spite of their differences of opinion on other Starke.' Monday night between I
(Registerervice subjects the showed citizens unanimously agreed "Mr. Bryan Is very efficient" Earn Promotions 11:30: and 11:43: o'clock a thief or together. The Postofflce Mold 1--
survey $32,823 in bane and the Florida
said "and has madean
Mr. I
Stump; thieve
HAVE A PRACTICE BLACK- paid a vUlt to the homeof
that STARKE SHOULD outstanding record for himself A group of local boy scouts D. P. Hank at Starke sold Ut,42, i
I Carpenter on Washington
OUT. Even those who saw only one chance in a thousand as superintendent. He took chargeof under the leadership of the Rev. street and stole two ladles'purses totaling $17,250: In bond. The

Tues.registration. that Starke would be bombed, thought it vitally importantthat the Blandlng branch when It Chas H. Alton scoutmaster, had that were lying on the $2.83020 In tamps sold by the .r.

all simple preparatory measures be taken. had only one employee; no wit has the pleasure of a week' outingat bed. "We were all In the living poBtofflce bring the total up to

fifth Starkeites are also 100 percent willing to cooperate in 27. Sometimes there are as manyas Camp Echockotee near Orange room In the front of the house" $50,080.20.:

Young Tue civilian defense work--or so they say. Some of them expressed 60.000 out-going letters in one Park June 2128. The Rev L. A. Mr. Carpenter said Wednesday, 1 Hampton sold $675 In bonds

[j ho were men In Bradford a willingness to devote two hours a day on the"alert" day." Shepherd chaplain at State Farm, "except Miss Dorothy Delevan, and $ 2.10 In tamps, while oil;

uary I, 1922 born and"on or watching for enemy planes in this territory. AH Mr. Bryan Is 43 years of age.haS' had charge of the Sunday services -, who rooms with us, and a visitor, llrooker sold $21 In stampi This
e 30. 1924" on or others either already pledged to some sort of volunteer' a wife and two children and at the Starke Presbyterian Mice! Yvonne Alderman." make a total I of $50,83830. If
registeredSelec were Church In the absence of the I Postmaster Fred .
Bradford County defense work, or said they would gladly give what service lives at 3669 Valencia Road Jack- him Evidently the thief was watch- F. Stump called I: I'i'
pastor, leaving free for the attention to the fact that no report -
tee Board. sonville. I Ing the movements of the two
they could. : outing. The Scoutmaster held I ha* yet been received from I
I women In the back of the
meat official had hoped e services for the scouts on both young Lawtey for June, which will no .
house, since the theft occurred
tel' Hartman.
approltlmately WorkshopTo Sundays while they were a t doubt boost the tales consider
here's the picture while
Briefly, ; they were In the kitchenfor
of men WhD wen should sound 98 citizens out of Be EnlargedA. Camp. ably.
In the If the air raid signal only about ten minutes. According .
d third reglstra 100 would think it merely a fire, or run to the near Lyle Anderson earned two merit to Mr. Carpenter, the
jUdged by that every Hartman hal been given a badges-life saving and rowing.:
i Contract Let
what thief cut a hole In the
adtord the telephone to find out was up. screen
est neighbor or
County did 1,000 building permit for the All the others who attended earned I
third .u.n-I hundred would probably jump in and opened It, put his hand '
of For New
registration Forty out every purpose of remodelling and build- the rank of Second Class through, the Building
Uary netted 837 In the their cars and dash off to find a better spot for seeing the ing an addition to Eddie Hart- Scouts: Jerome Johns John' opening and pulledthe
bedspread toward him
In of and
"em 5f28 more than' mann'i present workshop just In- Thomas, Charles Mooney, Billy bringing the purses near enoughto spite war priorities '
planes.But of materials T.
registered Tues- 100 percent believe we should have a practice black- side the north city limits on Mlles Billy Smith, Gerald Boelter,' reach without entering the scarcity Attorney
Frank Landrum and J. W.
I I out, and are willing to help in some small way with civilian Temple avenue. The addition Is Herbert Prince and Burton room. He had tried the frontwindow Brownlee have already Capt.let the ,'
to be of concrete block, frame Prince.
I defense. but failed to get It open. contract to the Bradford Engineering ,
action and metal, one-story In height
Engineer About $15 In money was In the Company and construction -
and 34x28 feet !In size.
HOCh, resident construe- New Porch Added Season Nears End The Hartmans themselves will Duck Pin ContestAt other purses valuables.On in addition. to certain I will begin Immediately on a !
Ineer concrete block business hou..enear
for t b e do most of the work, the Improve BowldromeA
Federal about over for I
reney of Mr. and Mrs. George Pappas The season the same night while no- Carpenter's Drug Store on ,
ment will be completed within a
Jecta various de- the. State Farmers' Market, according body was at Chrlxtodoulou'3 South The '
adjoining Jerry Thompson Street
now under will soon have a new porch month, and they fully expect to strong 5-man duck pin team I
ructlon In process frontof to Its manager J. B. from the bowling center In Jacksonville home on Nona street across from building, which will be 32x40 '
Starke at the get contracts for certain defense
Wednesday an. their room Gardner. Only a few pea and played a Starke team at De Witt C. Jones someone cut feet In size and will house two
of MiamI that S. W. the Half Moon Lodge.work.A Con-. baby 11 mas were on the market work according to Mr. Hart- the Bowldrome at Blandlng Cen-I the screen and entered the room stores 16 x 40 feet, will be erected 1 Ii
do the mann.
elf from has been tractor Peeples will this week, he stated Wednesday.At ter yesterday (Thursday) afternoon of Nick Alexander and took a on the site of the Starke bakery ,
t b Is also being
e AtlantCourse new metal an early date Mr. Gardner will at 3 o'clock. pair of Nick's white I striped and A & A cafe which were recently j
?;:i peg: be his associate put on the Lodge. Contract around price publish a full statement of the Camp Diner OpenT. Manama trousers, a white shirt and a pair I burned.
According to Henry ,
will run
for the two Jobs work of the year. of black shoes. Jerry, In analyzing I "The building would have been I
$1,000, George Fappa stated yes J. McCann's camp diner proprietor, 8 o'clock Sunday night the situation, thought that the built earlier ntld &(1'. Landrum I

.J/achinl8ts terday. Meeting which he brought from Daytona will witness a live 10-pin contest. man mutt have limply wanted a Wednesday, "but Captain Brown- : :
Masonic' when a strong Jacksonville team
Lynch Beach and Installed on the cor- change of clothes.: (And, Incidentally lee I* no far away that It takes '"
Moody will report Satur- New Sandwich ShopThe Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & A. ner of Call and Cherry street will play Starke. Of this JacksonvUle -: said! he mutt have been over two months to get an air I I
Field 5-man team, one
a., where near V J- It will hold a special meeting at sometime ago, officially opened a big man to be able to weal'Nlck'a mall letter from him" (Including :
he sandwich ahop"wUl Is State all-events champion, one
will take an "big 10 o'clock Friday night at which Monday. Jean Kesler of Battle I pants!) cenifonhip and all). The building
aChlnlat'a latter part of 8 Is State singles champion, and "r
course either the Creek, Mich., and Ernestine Williams -
Since will be for
to open will be con ready occupancy byAugust .
Starke the apprentice degree Jerry also stated that the thief
In cham-
of next another Is Jacksonville city
, over week the first of 1!&con, 'Ca.. former
a year this or of the armed > 1, he stated Contract
Lynch ferred on a member had. tried to steal a car from a
Indolph's Ran pion. "This U the first real
the w a I employed the small, middle space Blandlng. Members employes of Koch's Drug Store, price I* $3.250, and the building
forces at Camp near neighbor-perhaps to
Three building on match to be played In Starke
Friends Victory Mr. McCann In his
Bar- new are
Mason are Invited Is not yet rented.
and and visiting get-away In.
later Blumer Mr. Menaces said.
at the City West Call treet.' G. attend. new diner.
D. to
will have charge. :1

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; :f, 1 I 'I,'"[:;';,,,{ PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTV TELEGRAPH. 8TARKR. FLORIDA Flah\- y--aril.! I
t) Germany In literally crawling with spies who report Grocery Co. $::5, Mrs. Carrie Starling of Jacksonville are spending a

The Bradford County Telegraph constantly to the secret police. Old concentration $1. Mrs. Cha Dlnklns $2 few days with Mrs Anderson'smother

It'' camps have been enlarged and new ones Leonard Prevatt CO Commodore Mrs.. Overstreet.Mi Oa&o

.4 Established: 1877M.EABER. builtone, which Is completely unoccupied as yet, Crews .50: M. B. Jones 50, Mrs. s, Carlton Chastaln and little
Will Edwards $2 A. M. Lewis of Hampton are visitingher
Is equipped for more than 100.000 people. The daughter
,M $5, Mrs Miner .50, H. Hines $5: parents, Mr. and Mrs J. S. ,,
FLORID PRESS ASsOCIATION man who planned all thin, and who heads the -
W F. Moore $1. Colored-Lee this week.
""i Sapp "How to
f 3 Infamous HeinriCh Hiiumlera : / Win Friend
organization Is the --
; .
z I.GURORWASSOGAIiV't : Miller .25, Allen Scott .55, Vanlce Keen of Jacksonvillewas .
I 9.4 1 man who looks like a mild schoolmaster and Williams $1. B. Boy Houston .25!: visiting his I mother, Mrs 'cml,Instance$ Peop>ca"v "

F E. L. Matrhewsi, _____ Editor and OwnerSUBSCIUPTION who has the temperament and the characteristic Flag Lee $1, C. D. Dunston .10, Overstreet, last week-end.
{ of the cruelest and craftiest savage. Literally Chas. Barber ,10, John Hendrleth
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and
'lit : KATE: millions of people have died because of Hlmmler .15, and Nathaniel Houston .10.

1 t Yearly, $1.13; Su: Months. S1.00-- policies-,and many thousands of these people Thanks to all. More next week. son Keystone Eldon made Heights a business one day tripto last "

.. were Germans who held or were suspected of holdIng Mro. Joe L Harrell, Jr., left week and while there visited Mr. HOW TO WIN A
8ecJ "
fnbliiihed Weekly on Friday. and Entered Anti-Nazi FRIEND
Saturday for Chicago i for amonth's and Mrs!> Lige Anderson.
sod Claus Matter at the Port Office at Strike, Fla. This Indicates some of the difficulties that lie stay with her brother uo you want ti? win a friend? Well, here 8

r In the way of revolt inside Germany. If revolt: and sister-in-law- Mr. and Mrs practiced! and proven' : ask him to do you a favneme''I:

Paid does come on a wide scale, it will be because the John H. McDonald. WCTU GLEANINGSWe Naturally yotl are not to ask him to lend YOUor.
t U. S. Soldiers Are Highest
r ; people are so desperate that they are willing to "Ironhead" Keeffee Bostwtck go on your note, or to do anything that would

s And Best Treated Of All risk mass suicide-or because German military; Harrell returned to Norfolk, Va., are greatly pleased to know annoyance, but ask him to do some small thing p

L ; a With the voting of $50 base pay for servicemen forces! sustain terrific defeats and lose their prestige Thursday of last week after that a large number of children not too greatly inconvenience him. j4e
upending a three weeks furlough! attended the Dally Vacation Old Ben Franklin knew this idea
*ht privates In Uncle Sam' army are now richer and power. It revolt does come, then the who would work 11
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bible School recently held at Law- managed to get himsel elected to the 1:
J' >MIt. yyy. than many a common civilian. Gone Is the argu Schwarze Korps, whose uniform Insignia Is a skull general ;
L. Harrell. Ironhead goes into I tey signed I Total Abstinence Philadelphia and hoped to continue W
merit that the young man who enters the armed and crossbones will see thaC the streets of the in public
., Immediate training as aviation pledge cards. They then presented developed an enemy who was most Va
sacrifice Reich red with blood. vituperative
j forces. Is making an undue financial run mechanic and la desirous of obtaining them to their parents. Our ir
speech in public denouncing Franklin.
} } Another bill to give cash benefits to dependents a berth on one of thE t sincere thanks and appreciationare FranM

iv : would provide $28 for the wife of a man From Frying Pan To T. N. T. carriers. extended to the Rev. Forbes principle this man for of asking a friend a,,favor.so he decided He found to put into ST'

In the service. Added would be $22 from the sol Mrs. Farrell I Hollis I of Snyder,. E. Fuller, pastor, and his able the man ha

ag ( la dier's pay, making $50 for the dependent, and at The next thing to save Is household cookingfats. Texas, wife of Sgt. Hollis, Camp] assistants for their splendid work rare book of which he was very proud. So Franklin'

the same time leaving $28 for the use of the man Blanding, left Monday by bus fo and co-operation In this great I asking if he could borrow the book. The book

t 'yt''p l : p In the service an Increase of $7 over the old $21- During July, each housewife will be askedto her home. ,Mrs:!, Hollis arrived I cause. immediately. Franklin kept it a week, then wrote nil.
June 17.Little. fr "' Horace Greeley said: "To sell the book and saying how much he
\ It Is Improbable l that the machinery keep every drop of fat available, keep It until appreciated: tT
.jy. Miss 1 Gayle Edwards, rum for a Hvllhood is bad enough, ness. A few days later the two met
for making the payments to dependents she has at least a pound, and then turn It In at a in the house '
will be set and functioning before November. meat or food store. young daughter, pf Mr. and Mrs but for a whole a community to man spoke to Franklin, ,for the first time. They ,m.
j : up Carl Edwards 'of'Fetnundlna, returned share the responsibility and guiltof Franklin met
and talked
shortly with him
i Undoubtedly the United States soldier i I. the The reason: quantities of glycerine are nef'dedfor taking ,!
home Wednesday after such a traffic seems a worse
h' best treated and highest paid serviceman the world explosives. Glycerine 191 l made from fats. Most spending a week with her grand bargain than that of Eve or intrude himself too long. Bit by bit their friendsLn!

ban ever known. His food is of the finest quality, ot our fats and oils have been Imported from the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ed Judas." oped and it continued until the man's death. Franlto

f M moat of his recreation needs are taken care of at Far East. But It Is estimated, two billion poundsof I wards. Thomas A. Edison said, "I accomplished it by asking the man to do him a favor

y government expense, his equipment Is rapidly becoming cooking fats are ordinarily thrown away each We are advised that Ralph Dar still feel that prohibition (ia the There was a poor girl living in a bare, dingy toon'

second to none, and his spiritual needs are year. If these two billion pounds calL be collected, ey has passed all preliminary ex greatest experiment yet to be a sugar refinery in the West Indies. Her name wail

1 are ministered to by an army of chaplain our glycerine problems will be solved. aminations necessary to admittance made to benefit mankind. Joseph Tasher La Pagerie, usually called "Josephine;

kf + a' Even before the pay boost. It was evident that Every kitchen can aid In this phase of the Into the Marine Corps. This Chester Rowell said "One wanted to make an impression on the greatest man'"
is considered the toughest branchof drink is too for the that time. Yes
many man at Napoleon Bonaparte.
F moat of the serious condemnation pf the treatment war program. You may even be paid a cent a
our military service and we believe at.the automobile wheel, and the hadn't become ,
and wages of servicemen came from outside pound or so for the fats turned in, but that's be- Napoleon yet famous, and he didn't!'
g Ralph will fit Into the Corps danger point 1 I" far short of the
sources. The advent of the U. S. O. has taken side the point. If fats are needed for explosives, any money. But Josephine's friends told her that Nai
readily. He is of those drunken In
one point all of
easygoing nearly
h ruN care of the recreational needs, and soldiers, sailors every woman will want to turn In.every last drop. I boys who nearly always the occupations of life". was going to make a name for himself. So Josephine
i'i ed to meet him.
(i.jvTl and marines now are welcome visitors In hundreds : denote trouble for anyone arousing Josephus Daniels, ((1930)) "The
$, k I? of thousand of homes throughout the land. Help Win The War him. He la extremely pop man who opposes prohibition, and She used a clever,bit of strategy. She sent her

I Two things, however, that hurt soldier morale ular and carries the beat wishes says In the next breath that he son, twelve years old, to ask Napoleon for a little
By Keeping Yourself Well of hi.1 if he might have the sword of his dead
,1, t Aa more than anything else In the early days of the many friends when he would never tolerate the return father. Hi
r leaves for service of the saloon, either to practicing said he might, and the next day Josephine
y ; citizen army are now remedied. First, the United A nation-wide drive for better health Is be-
) Mrs. George Lastinger and deception, or he does not know nose and went with tears in her eyes to thank him.
; States boy In the service now has a definite cause. ing by life Insurance companies and
daughter, Mrs.- Elsie Vassuggl, of that as surely as night follows Napoleon was immediately impressed
Y 1 He knows that what he Is doing Is not for some their agents, realizing that the success of our war and whet
+ d Daytona Beach arrived Sunday. day, the fall of the prohibition invited him to her home for tea he was flattered.
y r y? hazy future use but for Immediate fighting. Sec effort very largely depends upon our ability to Mrs. Lastinger will spend several means the re-enthronement of the months later their 3
'+ Its ond, the training courses, with the finest modern arouse and sustain in the public an active consciousness weeks with her sister, Mrs T. T.Darley saloon." engagement was announced
t The next time wish to win
military equipment, are now at a point where the of the Importance of personal health. while ,her daughter will The present demoralizing condi- you some one as a friend,

,, trainee Is always hard at work doing something "If all of the people will follow a few com- be connected with the Peele lon of the liquor traffic will a thought this psychological principle. Ask him to

d' '+ } $Yt both constructive and Interesting. He has little morwenae rules of health, we will save millionsof restaurant. Mrs. Vassuggi ex-' justify the wisdom of these statements you th? kind of favor h-s would\ eljoy performing

1, { ', } time to sit in I Idleness, worrying about how to man-days of war work and untold amounts of pec taco join her husband, Pvt. J. made by men who had the 5Z25525255S5Z5Z5ZS5Z5555Z5Z5QUICK

6 spend his spare time. human misery," says Dr. Morris Fish be In of the Vassuggi, In New York shortly. love of their country as their SERVICE AND

Actually, the pay boost probably gives the American Medical Association. supreme Ideal. Today too many SATISFAC
GUM BRANCHBy men in business would rather
+l' average serviceman more money for his own personal Keynoting the "Keep Well Crusade" Is a set of make IS OUR MOTTO
!Sirs T. N. Nonnan money than be patriotic.
yt use than he ever hat had In hi* life. The five simple, fundamental health rules which (Paid for by Starke W. C. T. U.)

i' $50 represents clear profit, with the exception of everyone can observe, easily and without undue Mrs. L. C. Smith and daughterof ..

the cost of a few personal Items and laundry. Undoubtedly expense. Here they are as outlined by> the insurance Graham and Mrs. 0 e r tie i >'o CHECK Short Orders, Sandwiches, Cold '

e\ l' a great deal of the extra pay will be officials: Rhodes of Lake Wales ,were visiting RIA. And Delicious Home Made PietA

'r Invested In War Bonds, judging from the early Mrs. A. D. Norman one Day \-r i3
responses. to.. campaign furthering their sale 1.-EAT RIGHT. Milk, butter, eggs, fish meat, last week. IN ?DAYS i3

among soldiers Bailors and marines. cheese, beans and peas, fruit, leafy green Mrs. Leila Parrish and little ::0

vegetables and the yellow ones, wholegrainor son, Richard, of Jacksonville are 1h toL.666 3 & A Luncheonel"These
It must not be forgotten that the servicemank'
enriched cereals and bread-these are the spending a few days here withrelatives .. '

', has a personal stake In victory as l large'as that of key foods. Eat plenty of them. And eat and fHends.Mr. .:,:0....,.....,.....,......... ............................................_.....--.....-------_.._-
r w any citizen. His realization of this fact Is being three meals a day. and Mrs F. S. Sapp made ====== ::: :.: ===I.2==I.2.IIOOctCQQI.IC. : :: .::

K shown on battlefronts throughout the World. He a business trip to Jacksonville I .

bal proved he Is a worthy successor to the United 2.-GET YOUR REST. Regularity counts most. Wednesday of last week.

States soldier of other wars, and the nation half You can't catch up on lost' sleep or missed Mrs. Gertie Towney of Fernan- C \r

eliown Its gratitude by making him the best treated relation. Strive to keep on a regular dlna returned to her home one / j 1'

r + r ; best paid fighting man In the world. schedule every day. Take It easy for a little day last week after spending a

while after lunch and dinner. Get to bed few days here with her mother,

on time, get up on time. Mrs. Over treet.
Why The German People J. A. Harnage was visiting his ; ,

t Put Up 'With Hitler 3.-SEK YOUR DOCTOR ONCE A YEAR. You sister, Mrs. Carl Dobbs, at Lake '

r have your car checked and serviced every City last week-end.
We\, who cannot understand what It means to thousand miles. Do as much for your body. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Anderson!

ic live In absolute bondage often innocently Inquire: Physicians can prevent many diseases and NOTICEOF
; "Why do the German people put up with Hitler? illnesses for both children .. : .
and grown-ups BUS ROUTE BIDS al Ills ,
; Why don't they rise In revolt?" ;
up nowadays. Give your doctor a chance now. The Bradford County Board of
Ih These questions are clearly explained In a BEFORE you get sick. Go to> see him. public Instruction will receive P(
iq; recent magazine article by Albert A. Brandt, a written bids for services andor,, .3 NOlY, i
f" German professor who left the Retch after Hitler 4.KEEP CLEAN. Plenty of baths lots of soap. equipment upon the following 4

p came Into power. It seems that the Nazis long Clean hands, clothes, houses, beds. Get school bus routes. Routes formerly busy days

ago considered the possibility of civil war and fresh air, sunshine. Drink lots of water."PLAY" driven,/by the following

made elaborate preparations for nipping It ia the named persoiuKand referred to as
bud. SOME EACH DAY Romp with tin routes of like names:

family, visit with friends, take walks, play Starke Routes, I do need
This Informed writer states that :50 division games--or do whatever you like to give J. E. Brown route

b of the dread Schwarze Korps have been stationed your body and mind a change from the W. O.; Collins route

at strategic points within the Reich, and are ready dally grind on the Job. "ALL, work and no Frank Norman route
to deal brutally with revolt on a moment'. notice. play makes Jack a dull boy." Sam Mott route
Nelson Green route refreshment"fM&
Elam Lewis *
''Aj Eldon Sapp route vACr>T'

I'I'. AROUND LAWTEV New Rivet RotesEmory Johns route A -

; R. Carradine I Roy Tomlinson route
W. E. Moody route

till Aron Kelly route (Colored -
were too busy to assume these
t1 4 3, The old adage "You can lead a This Is an open letter to those duties and Brooker Route' l

horse to water, but you can't in Lawtey who consider the ob-I use! our judgment so advise In that securing we shall C. S, Kelly routeE. a
servation tower reaults. J. Lewis routeA. 1'W
make him drink "seems to be unnecenary.Ve I I A.
d address only those who have donated Edwards route W kr
apropos Insofar as the Lawtey I funds We make this fair offer In Bill Parrish route
.' v some of which has
t '
1 Clinic Is concerned. Dr. Malcolm .
good faith.
been used In the building of this To anyone donating Charity Williams route.,,
r Ford, through this column, has tower or those who Intend donat- and not satisfied with the way (CotQred school. )
y urged the parents of this section: the funds
si I ing. To the asslnlne criticismsof are being spent we personally Lawtey Rout.elt'
to take advantage of the im-
will Andrew
thorn with no Intention of donating gladly refund that Redding route 3t dy
munization facilities offered pan of their donation Ed Durban
f to defense used In the route
; any cause, we
weekly. This service Is absolutely building of the T. L.
can only say we Ignore them tower. If we are Wainwright route
9 free. This clinic has been established
misinformed Carl
as to Hilliard route
and consider the source.In our being
by the Government as one criticised for building the towerwe E. W.>Strong route (Colored :
''r'' of many and Is being supported our capacity of Director of shall school) .
/r appreciate you giving .
e by the City of Lawtey and dona Air Warning Service for Bradford your cooperation to your chief lampion Route ; ,
tw s tions. While we have no Inten- County we sincerely feel this t ) observer. Alvin Wynn route

tion of alarming the public, It la tower to be essential and readily. Lester Slade route
well to remember that this clinic agreed to endeavor to have it TOWER ALMOST COMPLETED: Ola Chasson route Running a home Is a (lob that needs ,,..

.t ham not been established for the built when approached by our Observation Is almost complete. Vanderbilt Routes

i T', benefit of the few now taking advantage Chief Observer for Lawtey, the I. J. L. Harrell has done a fine job L. L. Renfroe route pause that refreshes with ice-cold
IJ of Its offerings. Immunization Rev. Forbes 1\(. Fuller. Frankly I In building the Air Warning Levy Norman route
against smallpox, typhoid we did not know the tower would Tower In Lawtey. Almost single- Hellbronn Routes

p; and diphtheria U obaolutely cost quite as much as It has, but I handed he has built this fine Lonzle Norman route Coca-Cola a, little minute long /N '

fr essential to public health and had everyone In this community little structure from the groundup. R. L.:,'demons route .

t that Is one commodity that will given even a part of that which He has been lucky In having Truman Norman route enough for a big rest. You'll welcome
never flood the market. Not only he Is able, we would have surplus some help from the boys and has Rising. Leetei'

r that, It Is a gross Injustice for any funds on hand. made the most of this assistance, Crosby routeO. the
{ parent to neglect the Immunization These thlng are left to the but at least 73: percent of the R. Alvarez route clean taste and wholesome refresh I

I of children. It coat not one Imagination and conscience of the work has been done by Uncle Bids to be received In office of Ii
4J Just bring children Joe alone. While County Superintendent ment of
penny. your population. If they feel we have been until Mon ice-cold Coca-Cola each time f
t+ to the Clinic Tuesday afternoon they subjected to some goodnatured day. July 6. 1942 at 10:00: A. M. j
t, from 2 to 4 o'clock. should donate to such cause it kidding I i from those passing In the event all bids for anyone

Is very well and equally as satis through, all have ended their route are rejected the Board may you drink it. Coca-Cola has quality you
GRACE METHODIST Clll'KCIIRev. factory with us If they do not Jocular remarks with sincere compliment then or at any subsequebt meet- .
Herbert Hazzanl, ('&.tor care to contribute. This !! for Ing call for oral bids
: tower the attitude taken and rejector can trust the
Sunday School at 10 a. m. will be completed if possible, and by such a small town. It 1_ hoped accept such oral bid* quality of genuine
I'4 Morning W o r ship and Communion utilized as the Government desires the tower will start functioning For further information call at THE

at 11 a. m. with the continued coop- this week. office of County Superintendent. goodness that keeps on being good..OTTLID SIXBOTTUCARTON
Evening Patriotic Service-"I_ eration of Dr.
the observers. We accepted Additional doner W. E.: Middleton
''i Our Independence Worth Fighting the Job of director only $3. are Hal Edwards County Superintendentof
Mrs. Enoch
For?" Crlffls $::5,
( after Public
some of Instruction.
our leading citizens i 1B.. Plummer
$3 Plummer 8-26 .

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it"rr}]I \/ j lltW" I and CLUBS Executive CommitteeOf I Florida State Farm NewsI I BItLM1JPrpy
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t 4V 'J, fi i D Baptist W. M. __ \\lr&tI!

'' :\:Monday: AfternoonThe YOUNG PEOPLE OLD CITIZE DIi
E. R. liomlerDOBItSIIAYKS The
By death
f bliss Edna Mae :Moseley Delightful Reception USO No. 1 Is Scene Executive Committee of ENJOY: FRIDAY D.\NCE town last angel \'It

# And S. A, Stevenson Given; fly YWCA-USO Of Brilliant Formal Dance the Baptist W. M. S. met In the In the Sans refreshments, several girls took away Fnday?. Sunday at high noon and boys enjoyed a dance at the Daniel
4 Married June 27 Friday AfternoonA Wednesday Night. Church Monday afternoon, with Baptist church at Lake Butler. club house Friday night, chaperoned nearly 94 John un, Sr t

Miss Edna Mae daughter delightful social event took Highlight of the season's successful Mrs. H. L. B I' 0 wnlee, acting ;Miss Eloise Hayes became the by Mr. W. J. Stringfellow years of agt'h 1
President, presiding.The bride of Louis A. Dobbs. The and Mrs. B. Hershfteld. Those Miss Jeanlne '
k, ( i of Mm. Edith Brown when affairs was the "Highbrow" r
Mcmeley last Friday afternoon oakofR'
place decorated ton
1'' r opened with church was beautifully participating were Will a Jean D. c, ,n ;
4' meeting was
and the late L. E. Moseley became here
USO-YWCA entertained: In- Formal Dance given at the fr.t
the with palms and summer flowers Malone, :Mary Lee Overstreet, weeks VISIting
bride of Pvt. Clifton led Mrs A. E Light- .
the by frleoa
4 t formally at the Woman's Club USO-YMCA Wednesday night. prayer for the occasion. The bride, Melba Stringfellow, Billy Over- aUve ,

i.j +. S.Stevenson A. Stevenson, son of Mr.of and Houston Mm., building, from 4:30: to 3:30: o'- More than a hundred girls from foot, and the first business to daughter of C. B. Hayes, Clerk of street, Leslie Bradley, Hubert Fil- Miss Betty Jean

prI Gainesville, Crescent City, Baldwin come before the committee was the Court of Union County, was layan, Elton Norman and Claud I been visiting A <
Texas, 0 n Saturday afternoon, clock. Receiving the many guests ? l
y Lake Butler, Lawtey and dressed In blue, I ltt
71 M the appointment of a First Vice- becomingly light Johns. MaCclenny
Miss and
June 27, at the home of the were Miss Sarah Reed, Jackal
t h tf bride's mother. The ring ceremony Charlie Mae Carter and Miss Starke attended and a select I President to succeed Mrs. Brown- with white accessories BRIDGE CLUB the past two week,. (
of boys from Camp Blan- eldest son Mr.
a Mr. Dobbs is the .of
group and and Mrs,
b was performed by the Rev. Evelyn Stump. lee acting President, a seen j. G
Farm.Immediately Mrs. J. W. Ritch used A
ding were admitted by invitation.The R. L.'Dobbs of the State a profusion daughter
I +t C. Powell in the of n d vice-president to succeed Helen
=p? O. presence a Mrs. L. A. Canova, chairman of.roses and tlnnlas. in decorating lid
} a decorations were In keepIng after the cere- pent last
? few relatives and friend Mrs. Harold Carden, resigned. | Saturday
t Invited Chris ,
of her home when ill
t it program entertaining
t3 + with the season and the times. Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot and mony the happy couple left for ter
r' The attractive brunette bride a student at Stetson Universityto A canopy of red, white and blue Mrs. H.. A. Lawson were namedto Birmingham Ala., for a wedding the Thursday' Bridge last Ollie Pearce

tl" t was lovely in her wedding costume give a group of tenor solos, streamers extended from the high hold these offices, respectively, trip, after which they will I week. Mra. E. C. Scott won high nah Government Went to 0.
k of beige with yellow and which were much appreciated by and Mrs. Oscar Partney, bingo botptltl
t 'i' center beam of the social hall until the end of the current year. return to Fort Befitting, where week to be X.rayed
white accessories, and her at
/ cor- the audience. Accompanied Mrs. Rltch served assorted to dt
to the side walls. Myriad blue Pvt. Dobbs Is stationed for the the extent !
f The Executive Committee of
was of white gladioli. the Mrs. Canova, Mr. Injurl"
age piano by date nut bread and Coca
haze the from
FY lights cast a pale present. being
+ Ing was followed by the regular run
Shubert's'Serenade, over
Mrs. Stevenson attended the Napoli sang Cola to her guests. bl'
t some time
i r st Bradford County high school and "One Alone; "The Hills of room. monthly business meeting when SCOUT MEETINGAt ago at Camp
+ 'a i Home ," and "Ah! The tea room was a miniatureof the minutes of the last meetingwere Bryan Whltfleld and little We are having
; +l was a popular member of the "Danny Boy a regular meeting of the here hro
Sweet : of Life." the social hall. The table was read by Mrs H. L. Hough, daughter Helen will leave wed- nearly every
t N. younger set, Mr. Stevenson attended Mystery Scout Troop Monday night, plans day OI
the !
i.t ''rw ly Sweetwater high school, Mrs. O. I... Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. lovely In red. white and blue, with Secretary, and approved. were made for distribution of nesday, for Birmingham, Ala.,' lied clouds and the other

kC in Sweetwater, Texas. Adklns, and Miss Madge Middle- beautifully arranged radiance I'I Mrs. O. W., Alderman, Treasurer pamphlets sent out by the Federal where Helen will remain for a Carl couples or the teak

h r Tr;, Shortly after the ceremony Pvt. ton, the committee; on table arrangement roses.True read her reports for the authorities on "Price Ceil- visit. Mr. Whitfield will be join- land L. Brown and u.

4 and Mm. Stevenson left for Jacksonville used' a tasteful grouping In southern the colored style doormen was reflected In- months of 'April -and May, which ings." The Scouts agreed to put ed by his daughter, Roberta, who at 9t.joined the MercbaJJt

Beach for a brief wedding of pink roses and pink by- were accepted as read. one In every home at the Farm has been In Birmingham for the Mr. Petersburg TuIdJy(
scroll with and
i w trip dranglas on the refreshment high hat a a Upon recommendation of the and Raiford. past tw o months, visiting her Mrs. w, r,
+ A; patriotic pledge was algned by Executive uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday to make
table, which was covered with a Committee It was moved their
While Pvt. Stevenson Is stationed the girls and boys entering.The Bushnell. We
t lace cloth; mints in silver com upon and carried that the Society Mrs. Roy Fisher entertained Graham Putman and they will regret Ialp
j at Camp Blanding the dance was opened with the Misses Melba and from our midst,
I potes and candles also added to send a love gift of 919.00 to Mr. Madeline Cros- proceed to Greenville Miss., fora
; couple will be at home with march led Mrs.
young grand by Col. J. A.: who Hazel
by, are attending summer ten Starr
+ the pleasing effect. Fruit punch, Mary Brittain, a patient in a day visit.
the bride's mother Mrs Brown, Concldine and Miss Nollman, Palatka
r1 Kay In school In Gainesville, over the Miss Dell Webb the tint ot
North and cookies were served by Miss hospital Orlando, Florida. Mr Mary of Lake the
a+ on Cherry St. followed by Miss Virginia Sewell Mr J, W
t d Virginia Sewell and Miss Katherine Brittain Is the wife of Milner week-end. Wales Is visiting her cousin Miss Horne 8(1t.11t'(
and Lt. Wm. Southerland, and Spencer Crews, son of Mr. and n Jacksonville
Nollman. Brittain, a returned missionary Willa Jean Malone. |tart
Mra. Biggs Entertains Others who contributed towards Mlw. Freddie Wimberly and Lt. from China. Mrs. P. S. Crews, returned home Dr. J. M Hembree spent Friday shopping and vlsltta.,J
4' Al Glacken. The
Honoring; Mrs. Lindsey Saturday after visiting relativesat to Sunday In Chattahoocb.ee services at the
the success of this "at home" The o fIe ring amounted to and Church
The next social event Auburndale./ revival
on the
i, were Miss Evelyn Stump, Mrs. $3.49. Tallahassee attending to business. are golll
; Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs entertained of the USO Is 1 Jimmie Brown and
calendar a street Godwin returned After everyone 18!
spending two weeks Invltl4
t K. L. Matthews Mrs.. W. H. Noll. very
y ; at bridge Wednesday mornIng dance Saturday, July 4 at 8:00P. : I Tuesday from a two weeks' visit happily with various tend
members of
man and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Circles To Meet !
from ten to twelve, In honor M. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.' the
/ Community Club, little Willa
Jr. The lovely flowers used in f'--
rW of Mrs. Charles L>inds.>ey of All girls who receive invitationsto A. Jordan In Headland
Ala. Jim Jean
l } Smith, returned
decorating were furnished and Baptist W. M. S. Circles Tuesday to
% n Vt Wlnston-Salem, N. C., who Is the the USO dances are requestedto Frank Jordan
( accompanied him her home in
will meet the Methodist Or-
house arranged by Mrs. Luther G. Monday afternoon; at
guest her brother and attend.!
I home for a visit to his
Powell and Mrs. George B. Flynn 3:30 o'clock as> follows: numerous phanage at Enterprise.Mrs. .
Mr and Mrs. D. P. I little friends here.
r 94! Carpenter. : WSCS Circle Meetings Married In Lake Butler I Silcox Circle; No. l i-Wlth, Mrs. D. L. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman to Trenton J. M.Friday Hembree because was of called the for Officer:

i Bowls and vases of radiance I returned Tuesday from Fairfield, Illness of her Mrs.
( roses added to the charm H. F. Parmenter and Louise Circle No. -With Mrs. W. L. Williams )- Cidlia
of the Circles of the Women's Societyof Tenn.Mrs. Dr. Hembree made a brief .
i Glisson, both of Starke, June 20. Wall
; living room where tables ; T. E. Andrews
were Christian Service of the Methodist of Tallahassee visit( there Monday.Mr. .
placed for bridge. Soon after Floyd Stewart and Doris Lee, Circle No. -With Mrs. Ray arrived _
church will meet Monday Tuesday to visit and Mrs C. T. Edmondsof T -
the arrival of the guests, the afternoon. July 6, at 3:30: o'clock both of Starke, June 21. Newsome. her slater, Mrs. J. C. Williams. Hllliard visited. their soninlawand be trim rugged a

r r hostess. served Coca-Colas and Circles Number One and Two I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Williams and daughter Mr. and Mrs. this shoe by Nuu-lul

hoe d'ouevers. In the bridge will meet In the recreation building niece, Sandra, of Ozark, Ala., Feagle over the week-end. backed by an im zjnja i

r t' game, Mrs. D. A. Monteith made next to the church; Circle Carolyn Callstreet were guests Sunday of Mr. and :Miss Betty McRae returned to tion of comfort and mefervice.

d high and was given as a prize Number Three will meet at the ; Mrs. L. A. Wiggins- McIntosh Tuesday Made for
i after mien
t visiting
1. four defense stamp. at Mr. and .
+r I home Mrs W. B. Sewell. Mrs. E. C. Scott are her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. civilian
wear. ..
t Besides the honor guest, Mrs spending several days with friends J. A. Bouvier, who accompanied or?"

fw Lindsey, there were present: Miss Mrs C. A. Knight, Mrs. A. Z. Well, here we KO: for another' So sorry are we to have some in Jacksonville her home. Returning, little Patricia -

Madge Middleton, Mrs. H C. Adklns and Mrs. E. 1.. Matthews turn on the Call Street whirligig, of our boys leaving, that the :Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox, Mrs. McRae came along for a -Nunn-Bush

I, + F Ritch, Mrs D. A. Monteltb Mrs. Coming In later for the social Spotted a n Jotted this' GSO Girls of Platoon No. :3 decided Ennis Bradshaw and son, Ennls, visit. '

( O. I* Beasley, Mrs. Thomas period were Mrs. James Shepherd week: Helen Van Dlen curryln'oft Jr.. and Miss Mary Jo Caldwell Mrs. Lester Dobbs visited rrvnAlOxfitdL
to her
give a big formal
Grady, Mrs. J. P. Burns of Atlanta of Hilliard, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, for Brownwood, Texas. party spent' Tuesday in Gainesville parents yesterday at Pine
Wednesday night Patriotic Level.
Ga., Mrs L. D. VIning, ,and Mr. Mary Cowing. Lyle Anderson tolling In the new Miss Margie Mack returned to
decorations of
the USO
Call St. diner Grady Baggett were her home in MIcanopy Tuesday TRAIN SCHKDULR
I made to represent a burst of
with three .stripes on his sleeve after spending several weeks as Southbound

9 HAVE YOU SENT YOUR PORTRAIT now, Instead of two Edna guests flame from a firecracker All the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. No. 1 due Starke 11:13: P. M.
signed scrolls which will '
Strickland) St. John Caldwell and family. No. 107 due Starke 9:13 i
) ( gaspln at : A. M. /? <
later be framed This is how
HOME the many changes that have taken Miss Alva Dukes, who has been No. 191 due Starke 10:38: P. M. / &

place during the year she's been the party was i'!: described' to me employed by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Miami)

PRESENT THIS AD AND 50c AT OUR In Darlen, Conn. Two new Cox, has returned.to her home in Northbound IM>

STUDIO. WE WILL MAKE A- baby deer at the Floyd Green The "Highbrow" party was a Lake Butler. No. 2 due Starke 5:54: A. M.

game preserve big success- Bruce Maxwell of Jacksonville, No.: 108 due Starke 6:35: P. M. \
'' : $3.50 Oil Colored Portrait Quite the lovllest held yet, I is visiting his uncle and aunt; No. 44 due Starke 3:28: P. M.

gueau. Mr. and Mra. (New York
L. A. reservation train.
OF YOU. ONLY ONE TO A PERSON Nice to BOB Charlie an' Lucy Colored doormen admitted with Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins. )

Llndtey In town again here for a care Bradley Clemens ,
: BON-ART visit with Jfyrtice an' Powell Those invited to this swanky and family have returned from a + r
STUDIOS ten-day vacation with relatives 1 In YOU CAN GET rMlar
Lucy reports that Winston Salem affair.

pt;;: 223 S. Walnut Is rapidly becomln' a mere "Mlas Garnita, may I 'scort Blountstown.The missionary REAL RELIEF
Street Starke, :Fla. shadow of its former self. you? Raiford society of the _

iFpry Seems that everybody's leaving Allow me to open the big door, tertained Baptist church was en /umt ACID
i there to hunt defense work elsewhere too. Mro. Monday afternoon by RrgvarS74k
"You all really don't Miss Helen, may I have the George Johnson ....
WE brother of --
YOUR PATRONAGE appreciate Lucy says- next dance? Mrs. J. H.
an' she's probably right, at that Dudley, left :Monday
Your blue for
eyes were to
Plate Lunches Hear Charles Camp Blanding and Edward ALEXANDER
hl Regular Dinners Hardy an' delight and entrance." Malone entered the
Coach Parks went flshln' In The room was dazzling with Tuesday. Army there BISMA-REX

Dancing Welcome All Soldiers & Hampton Lake las' Friday red, white and; blue- I W. E. Malone and daughter & COMPANY

t4 Charles caught a pound-and-a- And the lights above were a Willa Jean ,
t CiviliansLIGHTSEY'S halter, the only bite of the spent last week with
dim color; too. relatives Florida(
in Starke
rr4 i Seems the Coach Madison. ,
can't The re'
Grand-March was smooth Mra. L. A. Robertson and Carpenter's Drug Sic
9tM1 talk to the fish like he can to and very fine Geraldine Miss
CAFE the football of Jackson
boys Errant Led by Catharine Nollman and ville
thought: Wonder If Frank Lan- Col. guests of Mr. and Mrs.
TREAT US AS WE TREAT YOU Consldlne. J. L. Robinson for several
drum Is puyln' off days
an election I
q ( heard one of the men say of last week.
a Road 13 Just North of City LimitsSTARKE bet, or if that' new mustache the Colonel there, Mr and Mrs. L. R. Bristol
comes under the head of civic improvement "I'd willingly follow him week-end were FREE
where." any- guests of their parents
) Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Bristol
Kay and I Jewell in torquolse Gainesville. In

Flush! !Soo i <>pS! And whatnot! dresses, Edgar A. :Mobley spent the

Yp Phil Managua was torpedoed on Like twins with their long and week-end with hie family in
his way home from the Panama dark brown tresses. ford.Mrs. San- Water Sports Show Beauty Page

11.m I II I Canal Zone! Well anyway, Now say let me think Rhoda Belk of Matthews Concert
Dancing Chimes
i the BOAT was, but Phil is none Just who did I see N. C., has come to visit Mr. and

I the worse except for a cut foot_ Jitterbugging with Freddie Mrs. Geraldine Cox
'lucky lad Here's the way he Wimberly t time. for an Indefinite SILVER SPRINGS

I I tells It In a letter to the family; Martha looked sweet with her Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Paschal of

a "Well, here I am. still In Cris new hair style, Lake City visited Mr. SUNDAY
tobal, all In one piece, thanks to I don't think Sammy will makea W. E. Malone Sunday. and 1>lrs. SATURDAY AND

'n God My ship was attacked and deniaJ.I', Gerald Cox has gone to July 4 and 5 4 P. M.
\VKEK: MKfilNNING SUNDAY sunk a short while back Idalou and Elkinff,
JULY 5 I by subs. Margorle wore baby N. C., on business.
} It was a thrilling experience, but blue, MI'. and Mrs. Wayne Featuring

Sun, Mon., Tues. July 3, 0. 7 never again for me! I just received Which BoA, seemed to think Gainesville spent the Cogdill of

I "The Mayor Of 44th Street" but it Is a well little now.cut 'on Don't the worry foot,, Irene wao and very Sarah pretty In too.their.gowns don.with Mr. and Mrs Paul I week-end McLen- Dick Pope's Cypress Garden Girls

With Ceo. for I'll be home soon and safe of white
} Murphy, Anne Shirley, Dick Barthelmesa v
this time Phil -- .
4 Freddie has been in were tor
1 Martin and His Orchestra their partners a
the Canal Zone
on defense
project lovely sight.
department of Lt.
engineers Southerland d e t e rminedyoung
since November What
h Wed. Thurs. July 8, 9 DOUBLE FEATURE tall tales he should have to tell Worried boy.the orchestra for DUE TO UNEXPECTED REASONS
No. 1- "The Ghost Of Frankenstein" when he finally gets back home! waltz to enjoy.

(d With Lon Chaney, Ralph Bellamy, Lionel Atwlll Overheard Marjorie Newman had a slightmischance'
two v
Bela Lugogl, Evelyn Ankers .
cutles comparln' notes the other Broke her shoe, but continued

No. 2-"Sing Your Worries day "Sure, he told me all to dance.,
Away"With about himself" one s ld. "His Now I am going to whisper Your LocalA

Bert Lahr Patsy Kelly, Buddy Ebaen. Alvino Ray serial number Is 103998 h I a low,

and Orchestra The King Sitters 'I classification 3-A. He has an And tell :i'a\ secret
1 you
A-10 priority rating and a B-3 ought to know-

Frl., Sat. gas card." "Cosh" said the 'Twas Lt.
July 10, 11-DOUBLE FEATURE Blackren'a last bachelorhood .
other gal, "guess he must be a & P Store
No.-1 "Call Out The Marines" pretty good catch!" Hear For today IrJ front of the altar
v b With Victor McLaren: Edmund Lowe, Blnnle Barnes Myrwln an' Telfair Long are glvIn' he stood'
a big barbecue at Fort Ben- Cool
No. "Thunder River Feud"With ning this weekend .. Wish I of Jlme'ginger ale and, sherbert A

ttf Ray Corrigan John King, Max TerhuneSat. could wonder be how there Myrwln. .Is Incidentally progressln' Were waif served simply In divine.a room that wiuI Will Be Open

with her new Victory bicycle? While out in the :
July 11 lobby
MIDNIGHT SHOW 11:30 P. M. Should have some swell coast- were signed names

..Irej "Mississippi Gambler"With .In'. on Guess those Vlrgle red Gawgia hills On a permanent scroll that will'
Boring an' Jlm-
Frances Langford and Kent Taylor role an' Helen Van DIeD What later remind

ALSO SELECTED SHORTS I their old home town (Kokomo thought, the farewell a marvelous dance party. i was ALL DAY JULY 4th

Ind.) was a good place to be Goodby Hope we'll meet

kS away from when that tornado hit again by chance.

there a week or so ago Carolyn..


-1 'r'' Pa a

-, ,


. BITS of LOCAL NEWS One Wiggins and Mr and Mrs -- -- "

John Moyer made a !trip to Ellzabetntown :L Brooker Brevities SANDY LANE I

N. C., returning Wednesday Hy Ida Ruth AII
ull peni and Mrs. John :Moyer are I Miss. Lucille Green spent tho I;
C return they brought back Mrs. Ily :Mra. Kldon: Hardy SOTIKTVMr. },
employe at
Beach a r p e nter's Drug in Jacksonville
visiting their I week-end In Jackionvllle with icl-
Tues- who had and Mr'*. Douglas Hardy :
Beaslcy pent Store. aunt. Mrs. P. S. McMillan. l\1It. KELLEY HONORED: atlves.Mrx..
L. been on a two-weeks'
visit u> her and 10011. Dudley
onvllle Betty Ann Flynn la :Mrs.' George Bennett of Jack ,\T I.OVKI.Y !SHOtt'Kit: were visiting ,
visiting .
k her brother John Hemingway. Mi and 1I"1J.1o1 lon Mildred Phillips of Staikeanil
< Sun-
beautiful sonville was here Tuesday visit. lIf..'.. Clyde I Kelley, Mrs. J. W
rlfanlnir Mrs Genevieve of
friend Martha Jane d.i Bryan
I Walnwl'lght.In Mr. and Mrs. T. J. >
S' u r k -Bliunllng ing her aunt Mrs. W. I* Wall. Griffin and Kelley and Mrs.. H. H. Mott were Jacksonville with
t Tallahassee, Miss Annie Sgl Malcolm Lewis of
Darby in
Mr. and were Jacksonville hostesses Key
Park Theatre. F. A. Scott visited I Friday afternoon at their mother Mrs Annie Sauntlt'I'S. -
posits W Redgrave Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jackson J. T. Quigley In St. Vlncenl'l Sunday afternoon visiting Mr>'. L. L. Pai'ker's home with a West spent taut week with his .

Mi''* A In Peters- ville la the guest of her niece, Hospital Jacksonville Mrs. Carrie Hitch at St. Vincent's miscellaneous shower' honoring parents Mr. and Mm t:. J. .Lewis
relatives I Hospital. Friends. and his brother-in-law and sister Mrs. M. T. Browning and little
g are
Mrs Ethel ),1. Blgga.! Mr. Robert B. Wear has glad to Mrs Talmadge Kelley the former
returned -
know that MVs. Ritch Is Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Kn.llcott.!: daughter Shirley Ann. of Day-
makinga Miss
Martinez reM W. B. :Mundy home after Lorraine Thomas.
returned to his spending six
)fW Joe His lends will tona were viMltlnaMrs.. Ida Sweat
good recovery' and will be many be glad to
weeks soon The
Lawn work at the Three Friends' visiting relatives In Ohio. living and dining roomsof
guests Bar-
their able to leave the hospital. know he has been promoted to and Mr. R, K. Green recently.
and son, I* A. of ber Shop Wednesday mornir( ; Iteautiful Inning, Beautiful the Parker home were beautifully the rank of sergeant. Little Mlmtes :Mary Green and
Mrs. i
after Tailoring at Stark Beatrice Hogg, formerly decorated with
an absence of three weeks e-BlaixlIng an assortment
Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ii:. J. Lewis had Ida Lee Carter spent H few days '
Miss Beatrice
Tailors, Opposite Moneley+ will leave of mlxea Elnnlai
and Frank because of an infected finger. lark Theatre. roses, and In I
)!ana sa Mrs Lola Mayes has Monday ,for Brownwood, Texas, &Iad lolas. an dinner guests Tursday, Sgt. Graham with their aunt and
three days last MIss Frances Peek had as her returned Malcolm Lewis of sister.
Key West Miss
spent from a visit with her where she will visit her' brother Upon arrival the "
mother guests were
business trip to New guest last week Miss Marjorie MI'.. Alice Shelborne,' In Tltutvllle. In-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. welcomed by Mrs J. W. Kelly Grace Dukes of Worthington We are glad to know that Mr. '
Marks of DeLand.'ew \
.: Dpland. J. L. Keating. who had charge of the Brl<1e'. Springs, Mr. and Mrs T. W. and Mrs. Francis Gllllam of !

Markey and Martha Evelyn, Mr. Starke are living In section
Book which our ,
Mrs. Edith Moseley Brown was Hazen and AI Kay Carlisle was signed by each and Mrs. Earl Green and daughter now.
In both of whom have and later given as a token of :
this week been on
Planer Recently Installed At ,Our l\liJI visiting) Shirley Nell.I 1 Mrs. W. O. Miss Irene
with her transfer from the Mrs H. H. Molt and Mra. lion, Hilly and Mr. few days In Lake Butler with
Cabinet Clyde
(]iso; Machinery'for and Mill Work Hogg.Mrs. army to the and Mrs Jlmrale Endlcott and f'
army air left Kelley had charge of the friends and relatives.
T. Frank Landrum and corps, by train Mon games son, Leonard Edward
8U..e t \Ve Manufacture: Lmu Than 8OOO Feet Dally children Idell, Martha and day enroute t o Arizona where and contests which were especi- Mrs. Juanita Lockler' of Starke

Frances are visiting relatives they will enter the army air ally enjoyed *y everyone. Prizes Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Hardy; has been visiting Mrs. Baacom r
WE ARE NOT RESTRICTED ON SALES of Citrus County. corps. being awarded to Mrs E. C. Si'., and daughter Charlene, of Williams. for the past week

ami Dressed lumber Can Sell to Anyone Long Mrs. Starke were visiting Mr. and
Plain Lt. and Lyon Crosby and Mrs. Itaxcom Williams was visitor
James, Mrs. Jack
Patruy will leave the last Williams Mrs. Eldon ,
J. K. Douglas.Mrs. Hardy anti Mr. and to Luke
City Saturday afternoon. I'
of the week for a few from Fort Jackson Columbia, S.
ANNIS LUMBER COMPANYA. days' business C. spent the week-end Kelley received an assortment Mrs. Roy Green and children Mr. C. F. Yeomans returnedto
trip to ? at Miami
Depot Phone 163 and of Wednesday.
A. beautiful
Ozark Ala. and stopped "Wednesday" fora gifts; from her her home In Lakeland last

Miss Patricia Blevlns of El few hours with Mm. Williams' many friends, after which the Mr. and Mm. Jimmie Kmllcott FI'lday. ".
hostesses' served delicious i Ice and son, Leonard Edward, left
dorado mother, Mrs. B.iJacobs. Phil Brown had the misfortuneof
Ark., is the
.nllp.'" 'uN1NWn4WNW4441UN11YWiUWIYUWIWrWIW111NIApIrlWalllaillWWI1Il' ' ",' yWIIWIWi411IlaiIWWadIULDING ', '' '' guest of her cream and cake to those. present. Saturday to visit Mr. Endlcotfs his
having burned
uncle and Mr. and car Monday
aunt Mr. Mrs. Hal
and Mrs. who
Those enjoying this lovely affair father In Inca, Ky., and his I morning.
Edward Burns. have been
'- REMODELING making their home with the honoree and hostesses brother and slaier-ln-law, Mr. and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Snow' brother and Mrs. Ned Beck of Anniston -
Nuns- and sis- were: Mrs Alice! Thomas, Mrs. Clyde Emlicott, of Kermit, Ala.
GENERAL :MILL WORK baum, of Jacksonville, spent Sun- ter-ln-law Mr. and Mr. V. H. were vlllltlnar'I..
mother of
the W. Va.
honoree, Mrs. E. They expect to gone tive, Mr. and :Mrs. Brit Green \
day with Mrs. Carden left
Nussbaum's last
mother, week to make C.
Long Mrs. "
R. K, Mazon Mrs. about six( weeks.
FIXTURES INTERIOR DECORATING MI's. B. Jacobs. their home Wednesday of last week.
NETS In Dothan, Ala. They G. J. Hazen, Mr. Florence Varne-

Mrs. V. E. Howard made a recent have both accepted defense work doe Mrs L. A. Brown, Mrs S. B. INJfKKU: ACTION: I THE CHILDRENS FRIEND

Low Estimates Phone 52-J visit to Quit man. Ga., where at Camp Rucker, near Ozark. Rltch, Mrs. G. B. Colaon. Mrs. Friends 0 f Vfc. Mozelle D.I ,i

her daughter, :Mrs. John Farnell, J. T. Quigley has been In St. H. P. Galney, Mrs. B. F. Hazen, Gainey regret tn learn that his When children hive temporary upsets

is In the hospital.Mrs. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville, Mrs. Bill Nichols, Mrs. I. W. Pin. parents Mr. and Mrs. Hill Gurney, of the stomach and bowels from

HARTMAN & MANN J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg since Thursday of last week because holster. Mrs. R. A. Cotson Mis. received a telegram last week unwise food ',combinations, overeating .

i" is spending this week with her of an Infected foot as the V. V. Hazen, Mrs. J. 1 K. Douglas, saying that their son had been or over-acidity of the stomach,

Hartmann Geo. Mann brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and result of stepping on a nail three Mrs. Royce Gulney, Mrs. Lyon seriously Injured In Austral give them good tuttingMcQEE'S

Eddie Mrs. W. B. Sewell.P. or four weeks ago. He is ImprovIng Crosby, Mrs. Henry Sowell, Mrs I'vt. Galney was Inducted Into the BABY ELIXIR

i L. Bridges has been In St. satisfactorily. Betty Hardee, Mrs. T. W. Mar- Army In the early. Spring. No
m'HiiniiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii' 'imiiiriimn' '" ''ni"wii''''""rnronrMrsmsmrnssr..snssslnG'' "" ' further word has been received ALL IIKUU HTOUKS!
Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville Beautiful leaning Beautiful key Mrs. G. W. Hazen, Mrs

for several days where he underwent Tailoring at Stark t'.Bbl.nllng T. D. Dyal and Mrs. Floyd lyal. ,

NAT SEZ: a major operation. Tailors, Opposite Turk Theatre. BRIDGE (1.1'0 4 'WHY GO FISHING ? ::1

Travelllaaj roam drove ap to a ...,.. t Mrs. L. D. Vining returned 1 Mr. and Mrs? John Uglow returned Mrs. V. V. Hazen was I

Ide grocery. aad flllfaa atatloa and home Monday from Atlanta, Ga., from Jacksonville Sunday, hostess Thursday' afternoon,charming GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh

311, bought tare ..110.. of .... where she visited her' parents, where they visited their son-in- last week when of
Rerkon t. I. fn ra members of the club. Water nnd Salt Water Fish Shrimp etc.
t ,
hard oa 700 fellow" he ..1.. Mrs. E. O. Edwards, of the New R. L. McDowell. The McDowells ,

f What .... ...lool.af ."..... tae Method Cleaners, is on a month returned to Starke with them and The guests assembled! In the Fresh !Meats, Live and UrefolHed' Poultry
old ..... living room which wan beautifully
vacation with her mother, :Mrs. spent the day. Fruits and VeRetablesNEWSOME'S
<* fcaven't heard decorated with I
Wbr jam about the m u 11 1 I- c o bored
wart" the '..".llIoa. me.a axked.What C.C Waddell), In Tulsa Okla. Miss Margaret Hoxsey, nurse spring flowers.At .

<* war ,..a talklaabeatr* Mrs. J. P. Burns and daugh with the Bradford County Health the close of the progressions MARKET

t ..Id the old au.. The travelllag ters Joan and Jean of Atlanta Unit will spend the week-end Mrs J. P. Roberts, held
... dropped the. aahjeet."Anythlaa Ga., are v 1 a 111 I Mrs. high and
ng Burns
with Mr. and
; else yea .....f* laqulredtke mother Mrs. P. H. Manassa. Mrs. Horace Zetwiers was given a set of glasxes. Mrs. 1.2 mock N. of Union HUM' Station on Jax Road
old Man.Ve in Gainesville. A Fourthof S. E. Hitch held low and receiveda
.. last happened to thlak." r_ Miss Margaret Grono a stu July barbecue la Included In dioh towel.

piled..... of the.....aaleemen.. aed fear"Give Ur_"me low dent at the D. &: B. School in St. her plans for Saturday. I Later in the afternoon Mrs.

Augustine, Is spending the summer Mrs Richard Thede Is spending. Hazen served her guests tempting, :

vacation here with her par ten days visiting her mother, tuna fish salad, saltines and fruit I BLANDING CENTER INC.
e..:.* Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grono ,
Mrs F. H. Long, In Starke, and juice.
Thomas. F. Grady, now of New Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede
Orleans, La., will spend the weekend Lawley. She has resigned her Mr. Ethel Illggs of Stnike BAR GRILL AND PATIO I ;

In Starke with Mrs. Grady position In Jacksonville and will spent Wednesday with Mrs J. P. ,
Mr. Grady Is with Roberts.4IIKIIP. and Entertainment
MetroGoldwy.Mayer. Dancing '
leave In about 10 days for Biloxi

Miss., to be near her husband who Ir. .'0' Ire. xu n"nnn Nightly Until One O'clock 1

Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten and la in the army air\ ; corps stationed! C"II' \'I'1' 1'I.fll"I) 1 1 IV 1111\-, I t
I'IIi: Y.
son, George, are here from Tallahassee at Keesler Field. (15,11!!, Bennett Philnllfr vx.. I ICIIuiliilh Recreation Amusement Fun

to upend their vacation Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Garden ISNn 11,1 I, iH-remlunt.' ('""' Nof ; ,

with Mrs. Patten's mother Mrs. had as their guests last week Mr. Y04Y.ultpVlt:\./ : >i-' rrm.n'ATioN A.NU JEROME C. HUGHES, Operator I

E. E. Canova. Carden's parents Mr. anti Mrs I ( rii'w TO *ITI\H/ :
KTATK" OF KI.OIUIIA).\ |I., Klllll-:
Jack Halle, who has spent the B. B. Carden; his brother and I, h.'h') Bennett, whi>.. reHlrlenci: In

past ten days here with his pal"I I sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John 1'I IhIS.."'...M.East:...... ;Jf.lli, Hlivel. I'hattunooKU, ,

ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Garden; and niece Miss Annie You lire re.>iiiliHil/ t In nJlII..ar on

will leave tomorrow to resume Kate Luramoie all of Dnwnon, named August',;; Cuuri Hrd: :und III4.I: I :In .the wherein nltn\e TYPEWRITERSADDING
his work in Washington, D. C. Ga. plaintiff ......k. divorce, llradfordfoiinly MACHINES
Miss Gall Ford Tt-leKraph I
ubitll hll..h
Miss Garnlta pit thin ,
Mrs. E. S. Matthews left Wednesday

Or(I i-r In next tour weekly (HHiieN.WllnenH ,
Hutto and Mrs.
Tillman Hutto for Port St. Joe where i my hand: : and official *mlat i
spent Sunday and Monday In I-It..k., J Florida. tlilw Juno iliih.
she will spend several days'on 11142.HiFKiriAr.
WHITE PIQUE '' Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Hutto'smother. the Gulf const with Dr. and Mrs. 8KAt.: ) A..1. ThimiimA Repairs Service
A Mrs. Mabel Denmark and C'I.\. of HUM l Court S.211! lt 7-17 I
H. B. McLendon and other members
sand Mrs. T. Kiiink I.nndr"' ''". Hlarke KlorliliiAtty All Makes
t : M. C. Mills.
to make you look fresh Mrs. Hutto remained of the McLendon family. fur 1'lf.

cool. You'll wear for the week helping out Mrs.. B. A. Pope Jr., who has 11'IUClsr <" ot i7I'. nitutrnlln ,i I

them practically every- In the Jacksonville office of the spent the past month here with "'i>i-rt. FId11U1111 i\ 1111\'.II I

where. Hand worked Southern Bell Telephone Co. her parents, Judge and Mrs. A. < IIl.Hnrvey .T. M FiirlHlifl! : I'li&lntlff, VN. j E. L. "BERT" REAMES ,

XulniHV.. AIcI'urlnnd I : ;l, defendant.Cnee ,
eyelet embroidery accentuates Z. Adkins, left Friday for Auburn,
BUS SCHEDULE Ala., to be with-.ber husband who 'ji
their smartness.U > : UV IMTlLirATlOV ANU
319 W.
Leave Starke Is taking an advanced course at :NflTK'K' "IJ Afl-KAIt: .
to 15 a Northbound Eastbound the Alabama Polytechnic Insti W. KurliiiMl, whuMtt adol....
q 3:40: A. M. 3:15: A. M. tute. t'nknown.
9:45 A. M. 7:30: A. M. You ure re.|tifreJ. In 81'1>"7."ln"'I.
h Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere and son, AuKlint 3ul.' I'M! In the
1:40: P. M. 6:45: P. M. rtHineil Court l anil)t.c ,I..., r::
Stuart and Frances White of
.. peekn iiivori. ItrHdfnril '
2:35: P, Ii!. St. Augustine
Tallahassee arrived here Saturday "n.y TeloKinph' nhull l pulillnh IhlMCJrHer
2:45: P. M. 7:20: A, M. In .
next four weekly |I.uos. ,
'S( l. a, ,r afternoon and spent until .
3:50: P. M. 6:40 P. M. \VltneiH toy hit, ,ml ami. officlul nenl I
fiS2OTMII ? yesterday with ]Mrs. Vandlvlere's nt Hturke. Floilrla. ihl/*. Juno Z.fMl.: I Painting & Interior Decorating
a. 6:20: P. M. For Pulatka8ts Lau.'
\ mother Mrs. G. W. Alderman ,
: : P. M. IOKKICIA1., HIOM.) A. J. ThomimAn :
I ?d 1f and with Mrs. L. A. Canova. On Clerk of sold I'oiitt.' a-Z: 41 717NOIKH
: P. SI.Jacksonville\ _
i ( Wednesday afternoon Stuart left .. ===::.oCOC
.. '' I
< l>' I |;\' riis <>
LL/ Leave Starke Jacksonville with a party and will l 1 III::4.!"'I Kit: I'II'I .UI.. Mill, :
spend several weeks at a boys Notice.. .In lifld. gives that the Over 2.1 f'onfrarta already' In Htarkn.. I''')ik them user,
s Southbound \\>hiboun d r 3:35: A M. 8:25: A. M. camp In the mountains of North 4'hnpter 20'/!/:. .I. Laws of "'10..1<1", llrro arc a fowl liluixlliig Outer' Fred Guy dome, :MiinH -
A< t> 'it 1011 will reitlKter with ll>"
.' z 10:35: A. M. 1:40: P. 1>1. Carolina. t'lorrt. of the I'lriult fourt' In and .M> IIICIK-, K.: Matthews' I.......*. .\1...) In process of contract

A r.Yi 12:40:: P. 1>r. 5:55: P. M. I! Mrs. Charles Lindsey of Wins nl'I fur f tloiiM llmilford name''oiinty fif 1.10,101) ,a, th. on new school l bulMlng.QUITMAN.. :

Not to Gainesville 12:40: A. M. ton-Salem N. (' la visiting her KrankN. J'ln. Fond*

?* 3:35: P. M.: 8:25: P. M. brother and sl ier>-ln-law, Mr.[ and under which W. are engaged and
dolnic huitlneHH/ ntl i
'0 $ t, 6:35: P. M. __________ Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Charles l 11)4 W fiiII' Hidmrke -o0o-=== .

& 9:45: P. M. 8:25: A. M. Lindsey, Jr., also visited here but Drudfunl' I'nnnly.t l-'Inrlda, I
That the said 'liunlneMH In owned
i "I. Not to Ocala 8:25: P. M. left Tuesday morning for Dale and, operated by the following In- WILSON

Via Gainesville Field, near Sumpttr, S. C. lerenteil parties::
a Frank Fermra, II",* CAT Htarke,
Gainesville, Ocala, Tampa, J\o! '. 'and Mrs Edwin St. John Plr.rhln. GAINESVILLE; FLORIDA
St. Petersburg. of Darlen, Conn., are spending! At Hlarke; llrndfnrd I'niinly "'101'.
Ida thin 2.','lh.. day of June, I'Jti24
$5.95I this week here with Mr. and Mrs IJ- 4t 7-17 15.;>5 Onadaga St. Phone 718-JX

\I I C V. B. St. John. '\Io.rlt.-: OK-1\1'I\'r10e1, TOIl
Mrs. Arthur Manassa hail asher ,.,..,<>'. Kit: FM'IIIIIMMNotlre S ...I':
guests this week Miss Rosa IM hereby given" thHt theunderNlirned.
under the provlnloimof .
mond and Miss Susan ew 6 '1"
SHOE Gumpert 'hupter. 2(19.11.( : I.HW of FlorldA
of New Orleans.STENOGRAPHERS Arts of 1141.. will rrirlnter with the
'... '
I Clark of the ciri-ult/ ( .rt. In
for Hradford County, Florida. thflrtltlou .
-- NOTEPADS name ofHtarkellluiidlnK Ass I/a* 7h g ojr nPtsuttasuutt
ti r'.a REPAIRING Tallon
lie -
iin I*.* COUNTY TELKORAPH. doing' 10".1"... at q A. u
I 121 H. Walnut Ht.
.e \nrtcn, : Hturke. Bradford (County b'lorlda
That the ald litmlneiiM In own..11an.1 '_
The irlftratlun books of th.
City of Htark will !>" open fur thnreiciittratfon operated. hy the following In* 'a We suggest the exclusive

.w ofImtorn from Hut terented: : unrtlewKdwurd '.. 122 N. Walnut
urdoy. July I. lUi tn Haturilur. l rin< Thermique hejterless meth-
August' H, 1942 Inclunlvv, at III* Ht. Hlarke. Fla
City: Hall. At Hlarke, Bradford CnuntyFlnr od available to you Ira our shop.
CAHI. JOHNS.Ktirl Ida. this Zr.,h., day ti.rS.June, "'l-11

r .tration Officer City of -24 4t You will be delighted with the

WHILE YOU IItarke. I "o'nl': ///\1'Ir7'IO5: TO
'IiIOT.r", OP-IVTR'ITIOV TOMK I4E.Is't'Rlt: : Yl4'Tl 101 t A '*!": lasting quality..itslustreandbeauty.Ih1DMOQUL.
Notlre In herehy given that the
WAITAll <.i Ti-it undernla-ned. .
under the 1..lplon.
Notlc l.. hereby Klvon that thund.r.lgn.d ,
20't."il. ,
__ of Chunter : taws of
r under tn provision Aft. of 1941. will r.glster. l with the
Work Guaranteed. <>f Chapter 20K53.: taws of Florida Clerk of t the circuit Court, In and
'eta of 141, will rug-later with .
tf for Bradford, County .Florida tkeflrtltlou
*'q.&Vss .df Only The Highest Quality the Clerk of trio Circuit Court In name of
712e ( and for Bradford i'ounty. Florida. Main Military nutrlbntornunder
Leather Used the fictitious name of Hollywood. which we are "ngag.J ..0oIolnll' d
\ L Camera and Gift Shop, under whlrh buDlneiiN .tKtarke
I we are .n"d and doing nualneuxat I
"all Mt
211 Call lit. tftarke, liradford 111 W.Hradford. County, fi.
i County Florida. Th..i the Bald) hil..lnei... U I..rld.'d Slarte S
BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE and That operatic, .h* ttld by business the following In own Interacted :
created partlex
parties: Jacob K. Kevin, J r
REPAIR .., Flu., and Irvine :Zevln Alvin. A. Welniiteln'' Half Mmtntarki.
Sternberg's Across From Foatofflc* Utarke. Fla.. I.mlg Bradford County Flor Starke. FloridaRR..DFORD
At S t a ; k.. Bradford County At ihr4aYrOf
I /Illila'1.1s., nib day of Jane, 1 42.. ida. lhl Z+ ;".tl9..2i.7 -

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rAGE SIX nnnirnin COUNTY TV .r.fiRATtl. STARKE. FLORIDA nln. .
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lit i : FARMERS': SECTIONRURAL !: Farm Families UrgedTo Proper Storage for Heavy them application to dry of before nicotine night.sulphate Drivers UrgedTo tic of break lights. at since-the rl., !

Slow DownW.
: .. Turn In ImportantFor to perches may result them in the the burning up nu 1lly <.DlfI1t,.
birds not roosting on
rubber 0//
All Scrap RubberWith Vegetable Seed first night after It is applied. P. Smith, chairman of the dally //I
Feeding of sulphur is) effective local rationing board, has joined also warned
a few more days remainIng With the necessity for maintain (that
COMMON SENSE . only when birds have access to hands with State OPA director, Parked .tn m II.!
record Of-the
In the nation-wide collection ing food production at a .
I ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY CANNED TOMATOES / campaign, every farm level to meet wartime requIrements considerable sunshine. The poul- Wallace C. Sherman in warning Places win nol lIe ,

family in Florida that has not yet and injure victory. It is tryman can select the control motorists that If theywant any more tires ?,?? allot

"V S. hasn't done his Job and Fortunately canned tomatoes turned in Its scrap rubber is being more important than ever before method which Is most suitable to more tires they must comply with use up their ? !1111\\'

he knowa It." especially, those canned whole and urged to do so as soon aa pouslble. for Florida farmers to conserve hlu situation.A the urgent request of President with fishing tir ",

There In practically a sermon "jar cooked", aie found to be vegetable sped supplies through simple method for controlling Roosevelt that they limit their License Poles i In thl!

:4 In that statement' which I heard practically as rich in vitamin C A. P. Spencer, acting directorof proper storage says Dr. F. S. mites, Dr. Emmel explained speed on the highways to 40 miles be noted.numbers of 'Ue.

: : not long aK;). A man hadn't done as the raw product. Fortunately the State Agricultural Exten- Jamison, truck horticulturist/ with Is to dust sulphur about the house per hour. Many instances have come up foi and .hen IJit
bin job, and he knew It. In fact too. tomatoes are relatively Station./ the called to Mr. Sherman's tires
r easy don Service, has called on Florida's the State Experiment and on litter dropping been attention they will or *>
I most of IM know when we fall to sterilize, hence little difficulty 4,000 volunteer agricultural Proper care in the tranppoita- boards, and nesting! material. It of motorists driving much not beThelma'3 IDr

down on our Jobs and that phould be experienced in canning leaders, county and home demonstration tion and storage of vegetableseeds Is a good idea to sprinkle sulphur faster than the recommendedrate.

.. knowledge In Itself Is often sufficient them. Heat penetrates easily agents. USDA War will prevent deteriorationand in the house and work it Into PlaceSam O

t punishment for failure. No and being acid they can be can- Boards, 4-H club boys and girls reduce the* chance that seeds cracks with a broom after the Many men have been forced out

recrimination by others can be ned safely at boiling temperature. and all other farm people to do saved for the next crop or for house Is cleaned. of business: he said because they Gottlieb ha. "J

'- more devastating than that by Tomatoes do not need the high everything In their power to get larger. plantings/ to meet produCtion Fleae can be controlled by cannot secure tires and. It is not building north space |In )hi. bet*

; !L ourselves. heat of canning under pressure every piece of scrap rubber to be goals will not come up. 5 of in I at 329 Temple
; : But It too often happens that I, feeding perceot sulphur fair to them for those who are which he
as other vegetables do, and a
found on the farms of the state erected
when a man falls to do his job water bath canner can easily be The combination of high tem the regular ration for three weeks able to secure priority ratings to ago. R. F. le\IerIj

'i iir be begins to lay the blame every. improvised at home. A wash j turned In before midnight June perature and high humidity often and sulphurizing the soil. Sprinkling wear out the precious rubber in Lightsey's cafe LIghey 1Iho(

where but at his own feet. He 30. found in our summer climate, sulphur on the soil/ seems to fast traveling.' Loaded trucks limits at it.
lard Cracker un Road
complaining about trailer or 'Wo matter bow small the says Dr. Jamison speller death to h* more effective in drY weather. must not travel more than 33 13, hat
begin everything year lease
container that has
j 4 and everyone else, In a futile any cover and Is big enough a to tight holda amount of scrap rubber you haveon many vegetable seeds. The remedyis To be effective it a h-0 u 1 d besprinkled miles per hour, nor empty ones Gottlieb stated on !the bu

effort to make himself and number of Jars. can be used. Itmuit your place, it's worth turninginit's to dry the seed and stoie in on the soil at the rate more than 40. It was pointed out. ."Thelma's Monday.

,t 1f others believe that he was not at also be badly needed and It will air-tight containers in a dry of 800 pounds per acre and Warning was also issued against in the Place"WIJ
deep enough to have .space
1i fault. Often he foments trouble help to provide rubber for war scratched Into the soil with a motorists trying to beat the traf- Miss U8t *
the of place.He Thelma
water come up over top J
and for essential Rhode
use civilian use,
among groups with whom he IIIaSHoclate.l. cites experiments by the rake. Ir
I favorite the jars at least one inch. The he declared. Filling stations, he Federal 2.t2II""tQQQ;; "QcJQQQQllro;; : ::1==.,..,....._---
A scapegoat Bureau of Plant Industry Chicken ticks "blue ---------------
: ; or bugs,
water bath must be fitted with a
1 Is Congress the Government. pointed out, are receiving the which show that seed of
or rack for the bottom of the can onions are the most difficult parasite to FUNERAL "DIRECTOR
But the real man will accept scrap rubber and paying one centa sweet shelled and
corn peanuts
to place jars or tins on, then the control. Persistent spraying My Many Years Experience Makes
for It
It. J
pound Possible
l for failure read / far
responsibility as celery was worthless for planting !lie
10 i.
; boiling water can circulate under- every days over a period of EFFICIENT PROMPT! and
; ily as be accepts responsibility neath and around the containers. Worn-out tires, pieces of old after. 9 weeka storage at 80 degrees several months with a solution COURTEOUS: S1It\ll1!:
( to do a job-In the rare Instances rubber tubing pieces of old garden F.. and 80 ,percent humidity. MODERATE PRICES _
: This: rack may be made of wooden consisting of one part creosote I
.44t when he falls. He will not fall strips heavy mesh wire or a hone discarded rubuer mats Seeds of carrot spinach water- and nine parts kerosene or used I DeWITT C. JONES
until he has exhausted and old rubber heels and melon
every aprons cabbage. pepper. lettuce. Starke Florida!
cake or other rack may be used. oil Is about the only 'way these I
'. source of Ingenuity,_ every ounce any other article of rubber thatis okra, cucumber and turnip all be "
Canning Tomatoes I pests can eradicated. i
or nis irengin. ne win surmount of no further use to the farmer showed loss of termination under I
I obstacles that seem beyond I II Select fresh, firm uniformlyredripe and his family should be similar storage conditions. Good sanitation will also do''

his ability to overcome. tomatoes. They should turned In."Everyone. For seeds In'cold storage, 'at 40 I much to control external para- W. T. CLUTE REALTOR
1'I All this is but to the be tuorted carefully and be free sites on poultry, Dr. Emmel point-
a prelude from Is familiar with the to 50 degrees F., the relative F. H. A. LOANS
44 statement that Florida spots or decay. Wash ed out.
farmers I
shortage of rubber and. everyone humidity of a I r should be no
and their families during this thoroughly to remove all soil. Dip We want the listing on
year who has scrap rubber of any kind higher than 70 percent and preferably your property
,. of 1042 face tremendous responsibilities In boiling water In wire basketor can help to alleviate the shortage not above 50 percent, Dr. Aviation Schools We have' some wonderful properties for
square of cheesecloth about 20 sale
t for foods and
,', : other products producing needed for letting, seconds, or long enough to cause station by turning," the: It over Extension to a official filling Jamison from points cold out.storage Seeds at removed a- For Young Men See us about your Real Estate Needs

none of these food products go skins to slip easily. Remove immediately asserted. humidity above :SO percent should 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE
to waste, and for collecting and and chill in cold water be dried to a moisture content Four aviation trade schools set

_i salvaging scrap metals, rubber Over-scalding will make the to- Engineers safe for the temperature of later up to supply basic training for .

and other items. Their responsibilities matoes soft and under-scalding Changed exposure, unless they are to be ground work in aviation, are open If would like
will cause waste of time your a good wholesome
are perhaps larger than and fruitIn L. A. Michaux, who has been planted In a few days. to the who me
have been because removing their skins. Do not young man volunteers
they ever before stationed at Starke for the past in clean, quiet surroundings at
not only this nation but attempt to handle more than three or four months., the senior Plant In'the Navy now. prewprices

others are depending on them. enough to fill two jars at onetime resident engineer for the Jacksonville .Diseases Selection for the schools, the

up They are accepting these vast as the whole process must engineering firm of Reynolds Thrive In Heat ; State N a v y Recruiting Service

responsibilities like the true men be carried through quickly. Brewton Smith and Hills, Control Hints reported, will be based on a mans Then We Invite You To Give Us A Trial

they are. They are exerting all Drain core and slip skins resigned his position recently previous vocational training, the

..\ I f their energies using Jill their Ingenuity promptly. Cut out core with a and left for his home in Miami.R. Many plant diseases thrive at marks he makes on the Navy SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-
to do their tremendous short-bladed
sharp-pointed knife standard recruit and
4 L. Quick was left In test. his conduct -
,. i tasks under difficulties. When the or a tomato corer. Slipping off looking after the interests chargeof of this season of the year and unless and bearing during the recruit K 8M

I final record Is written, they will skin* Is most easily done by his company and of the City of them measures In are employed to hold training period. CAFE
be credited with having done : beginning, at the blossom end. check they may cause
., iv their best and done It without Often there Is a small black spotat Starke.. has F.been S. In:Mann.Starke of Gainesville much damage to the crop, say Those who volunteer will be Corner of Walnut and Madison

n complaint. If they have fallen the blossom end which should weeks assisting in the for two plant pathology workers with the enlisted in Class V-2 of the Naval
short in most cases it will be because engineer'soffice Florida Experiment Station. They
be removed. When sufficient tomatoes upstairs at 129 East Call Reserve. Ages range between 17- r
l. it was) physically Impossible to fill two or three jarsor street. offer the following suggestions to 28. The pay under the Navy's
for them to do otherwise. It will tins have been combat some of the common diseases. SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
secured new bill
packat pay starts at $50 per
k. : not be said of them that "Florida : .
r once firmly and solidly into month. Aviation trade schools
I farmers and their families haven't the hot glass or tin containers Use More Care Treat the freshly cut stems of open Include machinist's mate, Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels

Th done.. their Job and they know until enough juice is released to In Handling EggsBy watermelons) with bordeaux paste metalptnlth, ordnance and radio.A .
) I .it. I cover the solids and to fill all to when loading them in the cars' recruiting station Is locatedIn WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING

'spaces between pieces. Trapped I taking good care of eggs on prevent stem-end rot. i Jacksonville. GIVE US A RING WE DELIVER

JIIv1 AUTO PARTS bubbles of air may be allowed to I the farm. poultrymen will be Treat eggplant seed in 1:1,000:

atUSED escape by inserting a knife to making a valuable contributionto solution of blcbloilde of mercury CARD OF THANKS

.I TIRES (WE HAVE the bubbles': Add. two teaspoons the food-for-defense program, for six minutes or with Semesan H. E. TUCKER Agent

I5 : YOUR SIZE). GENERATORS. of sugar and salt mixture to each N. R. Mehrhof. Extension poultry dust\ or.1'I01IJUo' ,"betore' planting We wish to thank our many* .

: t AUTO GLASS CASH FOR quart. If tomatoes' are canned In specialists points out. plant bedu for the\ "fall crop. friends for their kindnesses during For Sinclair Refining Co.

., 1( :' a:, .,: OARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY tin. the tins filled( to 1-4 Inch of Carelessness in handling Fig rust Is now appearing on the Illness and death of Mrs. Cora

:>}.4.t : CONDITION.JUsed top must be heated In boiling for market lost 3 percent of eggs the the leaves in the form of little Lee Crews. Phone 158 Starke, Fla.

J: water or live steam until contentsare United States egg production in brownish-yellow spots on the lower -Wallie Crews, and family. .
Autos sides of the leaves.
$29 up hot before sealing. 1939. This l loss! represented 175 This disease -

Glass jars may be packed full million dozen eggs with a cash causes the leaves to shed. ,,"'. S .5 S> .: .....' "" .
HASKINSAUTO and must be sealed which p remits the fruit to sun- ; : \\i1iJ:
Immediately value of nearly 303 million dol burn i: ,i ,: ':S :
3' .f PARTS using new s tel' II Ized rubbers. lars. Careful handling or shrivel. Spray the trees .;' I J
_. Place jars on rack In means now with 3-3-50 bordeaux. If the on us:
water bath more for march
; North of Town on Road IS of boiling water so that they are this eggs food supplies of trees have shown the disease in They stole sttel
country and
:.:fti.. completely covered. Place lid on and additional democracies past years It Is advisable to be- -tit's march with SAVE METAL

_ _ _ _ water bath and allow to boll 33 poultry producers. Mr.Income Mehrhof for gin spraying before' signs of the on t fit mlSalvagt

minutes for quarts. Do not begin disease appear. for Victory!11

counting time until water begins said.The Large branches of old fig trees I Metal 1008 B rr for Mettle:'!
Extension V. Crn our 5
specialist made frequently die toMa. rmy
to boll again. Cool glass jars as at this season of doll.rsIOC. winning: ilogtn
these Ten the
suggestions to F1
rapidly as possible and plunge and farm poultrymen the year. This may be due to Street, Jacksonville: a 19.*
tins at once in cold water. Store flock owners. cold Injury last winter or to a ( for the week ending June Content Judge*
In cool, daik dry pun try. Provide the flock with proper pink fungus which appears as a Mail Your Slogan Jacksonville. Florida 1
quality feed for good eggs. salmon-pink layer on the bark. Bon 1772, .

Low Cost Houses Rep a deep clean litter on the Cut out and burn such drying -f ;:;

poultryhouse foor, and confine the branches and I if the fungus is ::lc.d;:; .. f

R. H. Mathe &: Son, contractors birds. In the house until noon If present spray th jlmbs and trunk Uncle Sam urgently need '

are completing this week another necessary. with 3-3-50::\ bordeaux when sprayIng "* y every lit of acrap metal we ., ,,

low cot house. It is for R. A. I Provide plenty of clean nests for rust control. can collect. Do your part. _'Y.....", (

Newsome on his property adjoining I'at leapt one to every five hens. Powdery mildew is beginning to ) 1 Help win this war. Get in /

the Farmers' Market on the Produce Infertile eggs for mar- appear on squash beans crepe S :I touch with your own junk. /0/
south has four : ket. This will require myrtle and I
rooms and cost removing many ornamental
.. "NEW LIFE"for $499.50 It will be for rent, Mr. the male birds from the flock aa p plant1) This disease J is ,recognizedas (; for dealer and metal.ask them to call J:;;;; (j./(;;tl f I
? I.4..1 Mathe said. soon as hatching season Is over., a white dusty fungus growthon your ,
fi i
: Spring He Is also completing a one- Gather eggs frequently, to reduce the leaves. The best methodof p((

Oxfords story garage apartment for Dr. the number of dirty eggs. controlling It Is to dust the

L. H. Jennings on the site of his Cool eggs as soon aa they are plants! with a fine grade sulphur

: new home at Jefferson and Bay gathered to as near 50 degrees as at weekly Intervale. Dust
Get Out Those Old I both
Spring streets. This house i Is 20x22 feet, possible to pre v ant spoIlage the upper and lower sides of the Here's'Anolh Save Metal
:J: ; __ Slippers. We'll Make Them and Is divided into two compartments Never plute warm eggs in the t leaves as thoroughly as possible. Way
gj Do For Another Season. one of which Is for case.

automobile while the other Is an a Parasite Control IIsk IfJr the JJ OJ] [])@

: I The Electric Shoe large one-room apartment. This Farmers Urged <
also Is for It EssentialTo
rent. was stated.
.i; .. I Shop To Pool Loads A 1 FULL WART SIZE BOTTLE

rJi. J OppowUe/ I'ark Thra're RULRD INDEX C"\UDs-31tSI Egg;,,ProductionControl .s4S Uncle Sam also need some of the metal we use in bottle

*1 per BRADFORD COUNTY When transportation Is regulat cap*. But if you'll ask for the JAX 1UMBU- full L .
___ of external
TKIJKGKAPn.: ed this month farm parasites is S S { mello
In transporting trucks used I i, essential/ tf maximum___ ._...> ....... _. .. size bottle-you'll get your hare oIthe smooch '
n Drink of wvital
I agricultural nro- v.ductlon. of Friendship. AND you'll help release ome
aucts D.r"lEmmel" : .
rrom State
farm farms and In hauling Experiment Station .. : war material in bottle cap*.

tiplill SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! exempt supplies from the to requirements farms will be of advises commercial veterinarian poultrymen I Next time-try the JAX JUMBO, the convenient,

a 75 percent load on the return and home flock owners. .a.. .(..: M. -, patriotic way to buy beer!

trip, but. In consideration of "External parasites, such as P.S. ,.
.1I _J AND ECONOMICAL! exemption farmers are expected this lice mlteii, fleas and ticks, will

to pool loads eliminate waste keep chickens In, poor condition .i Ifr'II'ae beer at home $

RIDE THE BUSSES operations), conserve and properly in lower their resistance reduce egg whole and don't need th* F4 ll $10

maintain tires and truck production and, occasionally kill bottle gently
equip S remove the
ment them. Thus it is cap pour
eliminate necessary to I
Courteous Correct unnecessary 3 e your JAX carefully
Information use of their control these parasites If .. WEEI
trucks. Trucks on satisfactory t Wi'v.C t. Ii then force the cap _

.r* Given You At band now likely will have to last from results "are to be obtained back on the bottle and -- for original victory .10&ani
for the duration. poultry, he explained- put the remaininc'
Hog Lice-the head louse m' beer back In ice- like the one in this .d.i .
.:. UNION BUS STATION prices will be prevented large Ia your
from rifting body louse, and other kinds-.._ forl.tnuae.Itwlll _ RULES-
materially by may (
existing be keep for i ....,
I_ _ _ price ceilings. Hog controlled by putting many hour. '"'""
_ _ __ _ _ numbers have several 1 You may i nd lne many
been pinches of sodium .. .... j
Increasing fluoride week nt.
In all among you '
... : 'CIr-._-vPrompt- _,_ .- _-_ ....-- -- ___ country, and It now looks parts of the the bird's feathers by dipping the 2 Each entry must be ..cc'P''' *"""J,, 1
like f"c.I11'
a'a.eck a bird In label or re.""on.hl'> ?... i.lie
eafe! plan to "crowd"' the pigs a solution of one ounce of bottle c.I JAI< Be.,. AU.or "..
ck: : Service hand In order to get them on sodium fluorlde< in a gallon of I The stolen mu.t be ...-ia'1' *:!:' ") ",,J ,':
Careful Drivers the early fall on water by placing a mall Any .10'.". now In ...* .....110',
A.i:1: ; _________ as a rule are market when prices, of 50 percent blue ointment lump 4 N......... .nd orl"irwl.t" """"'j'e'tit
highest. under wlt be given
; .p d l cr.a.t ..
: the vent of the bird by spread- MI7f r.l<*dirI.yi. _. kc4 '
1 : StarkeVTaxi All OTI'fiJ TO "RFoD.TORtI ing a 40 percent nicotine % S Ener,...fut C.'".*,..fc mi..t be put' i :
Service persons sulphate S. J>"'
baring mMmghi
\ claim or dmanda solution no r.;.. tha.i I 11A9: .J lh, ;
__ 'I, l> Hffftlnut" .the entjMeof Ida on the perches before C ..5"S... I All alnftjnt bmne ww pro**:"', thij ,:
nrby, d .
"r** nl, :
a r. I roosting time 'hcin
tlflod and required hereby no- or by feeding 5 Ja B. *lnf Cuml''''')
to '
rlalnm In the office their percent of commercial flour win or not. ...llb
of 'of
Phone 150 Jiulffa of Bradford County the, founty culphur In the 7 In caw 0( Ci... duplicate prize' .!
,In the C'"rthou... Florid, rugular ration for .*.rded. '
*l Hfark. ', .tI
Flor three
ida. within right calendar weekj. Sodium fluoride la t. Tn. decision of the JudJulI.: cr tl 1
from the date of the first month poisonous and I: The .. l Ie "."")'' < -t
Day tion of thin nollr. publica.. should be handled ,;'.. BEER ront it open .::'the)4- .
or the .ellC.'crnrJ.-
j Night will" become me with care years ef* ..:..1IrJ.L
void 1 ,
This according to law hrewin.Co.. .li. dvrtlvtc
Jun. a. .
1942. If I
I the dipping fumilui' I
method their
Is members of
4 -_- p p ...... ..... _.... __p p ____- __-... p Administrator JOII.V of- MOTM1AN the relate DA of nnT.MX the birds should be dipped used in j L JAX BREWING COJACKSONVILLE. I
--<00 U Darby, deceaaed. warm .. : FLOfID":'
I '-IJ 4t T-I weather and early enough : ; "
_2.i.'t: : R "*;" '__ .-' "

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P.OR r.i'ln ;,

: Johnnie Lewis, in Jacksonville ,
-roof Wh.Fl, ;:; ; t
Mr and Mrs. George O'Neal' I

of Jacksonville were' dinner truest \

i : SUCCESSFUL of Mr. and Mrs. R. M Johnson

G Satuiiluj Miss Selma. Rivers spent the Kathleen Norris Says :

PARENTHOOD week with her aunt Jeanette

Mott. at Brooker Gir l-II'ifee Plagued/ by iWiife's Jealousyttrtt j I

TIIERESSA Syndic.!*-WNU r..tu....

r l By Airs. H. D. May

.T flan CATHQUXK coin\* EDWABDS Mrs Belle' Garrett returned to

A..d.M Idllls. ,....-1 ...,....i her home In Georgia, accompaniedby
her sister, Grace, last Sun \\ I

Mrs Paul Crabb of Miami Is "

_ visiting Mrs. J. D. Griffin for i iI
you Imagine your children cording to the sixes of tte'r: incomes a ij
sitting through the Fourth of July ? From all over the v.orlc. the while. ..-. 51 r a i r rI

oratory we listened to In childhood: I members of those clnascs will t'y.I Mrs.' Rhoda Dampier and small (I I

with its grandiose pictures of past I most of them overn!At't/ tar their son of Starke visited her parents I o./
'1- triumphs and rarely a constructiveidea reunions. And it won't I be stories Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Zelgler. Mon. d I

In a whole\ hour of shouting? of slick financial deals or political: day afternoon.Mr. o f o I
Indexed, one of the hopeful algns for pull they'll swap.-but! tales of service 10
the future our children will help in area devastated by war in and Mrs. C. Sullivan were 0' C 0 I

: I,, ,, ; make is that already we have Jungles pant generations considered: shopping in Jacksonville Saturday p .

stopped dwelling on our truly glorious impenetrable In Arctic: wastes
past and are thinking sober made habitable. They'll be heroic
Mr*. Hilda Griffith and children 1\\ l
humble yet grand thoughts about titles, bat they'll toll them as mat- f
left for her home In Miami aftera oaf
American leadership in the years tcr-of-fatly as we relate >.ur local ;
rrrr rf ahead.In succcfsos when wo ruoct. friends pleasant visit here with her '.
other words, the America: to frcii ether parts of the country. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1.. Sullivan 1 "

: o day's children will inherit is goingto Ar.4 tar those of our children whi: Sunday 0

be a grownup country weighted elect to stay:: home (for the basisof Eugene Brantley of Ft. Ben-
with responsibilities: as well as of. all this world influence will be \ J I 00
nlng visited friends and relatives
fering mature privileges to those a co-operative citizenry: at home) \
prepared to enjoy them. Training their accomrllshmf:AH, too, will ba here Sunday.Mrs. ,

for life in this kind of world will measured by Uitir: ; va'.uo to the com John Jordan and childrenof .,

Barbecued Hamburgers Are Appetite-Tempting! have to be a lot different from the munity.: It won't bo magnificent! office Hlllcrest visited her parents, l

I (See Recipes Below.) kind of bringing up our parents buildings but -.lIght encompassed : Mi and Mrs. S. R. Swindell TUes- ii
gave us. The emphasis then even healthful dwelling places:
utdoor Fun among enlightened parents was on which will command the best talents day.Mrs.

aroma of meat cook- Barbecue Supper what you yourself would get, of architects: ; not fashionable Alice Jones has returnedto

ious fire toasted Barbecued Hamburger through good conduct: persevere clientele but more pioneer work Miami after visiting her

i crackling and freshly Welnles Toasted Bun ance and study. such as the Mayo brothers did in brother, U. J. Phillips, for a few 100
buns, Today children must be broughtup our generation which will mark the
roasted corn or Mustard Chill Sauce Relish to think of service, not getting doctor's success.So : days.Mr.
potatoes in the Reast Corn or Roast Potatoes as the) main goal of education. Now this wartime Fourth of July, and Mrs. H. D, May recently -

embers-all these Fresh Fruit er Berries'Marshmallow fine as this idea I.. It is no longer while not neglecting: to make our entertained at tbelr campon

make for plentyof or prompted by nobility alone but by children proud of our country's past Lake Santa Fe In honor of

d summer fun. the age-old law of survival. For achievements, and aware of this their grandson, Leon Moorer who

Ton together ,Dessert being fitted to serve Is the only part they can play> In bringing our Is In the Canadian signal corps.

your outdoor Coffee or Honey Lemonade assurance a young person will! have present perilous engagements to The following; guests were pres.
Recipe Given of playing an Important part Incoming success: let's begin selling them onAmerlea'
cooking equip- : tote0' .
ent; their son and daughter-in- R11W.
generations.Do splendid future-a future
ment bright gaythl. ''you ',uppo.e. for Instance r : in which they will have the oppor law Mr.; and Mr. C. L. May and

napkins and"gather idea and done. About S or 9 minutes that the college: graduating classes tunity for 'the greatest happiness family of Hampton; their son and

for your picnic. Plan on each aide is enough. of 1942 (or 1932 when your children (known to mankind-and that Is, to daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr. R. From the brfinninn my kutkenj wanted la knee everything was iow...
Eis\ of hearty nourishing finish school) are going to judge find creative work if they have V. May and also their daughter I even. had to read. my blurt aloud to hiss before I sort them, sad had I* sA Cora.Have .
v. your plcknlckers so Roast their members 23 years thence ac- been trained to look for it. Mrs. L. R. Lambert, of Washington him tin winner..
a hot fire, and let it burn
[have plenty of that up- D.- c.- ; their son and- daugh'tertnsaw -
down until thereIs
i spirit! a good pile of SUNNY ItRoK FARMBy Mr. and Mrs. W, F, By KATHLEEN NORRISliMY TIME TO REGRET I

green salads packed In red embers. Soak bMSEHOME Mlsa"Anula May and sons of Hampton; Mr HUSBAND is jeal- lit spoiled her when the wee ;

.ei or paper container. the ears of corn > Crosby and Mrs. L. J. Wynn. of Hampton OLL9" writes an a child brought her expensive

[hot coffee, baked beans ;; Mrs. May Sweeney and little "I
in their husks until MIa Doris Crosby has accepteda wife. presents and when the graduated -

I and cheese the chilliness and barbe-of good and wet position as waitress at Koch's daughter, and Postmaster knew it, or suspected it, be- he tea there. She/
with! your picnic out- and lay them still Drug Store Brady Bryan of Camp handingtW fore I was married but I thought, it would be wonderful k
in the husks. In Mr.. and Mrs. Otis Crawford of '
didn't know how serious it and romantic to be married -
the hot ashes. Lake Butler spent the week with
TS are old favorites, but Bake for 30 minutes Mr. Crawford's parents, Mr. and was, or that it would affect on her graduation day
take them extra delicious FASHIONPATRICIA of life with Now three year later.
until phase
or corn Mrs. C. C. Crosbyi every my
Catherine misses the
I1 tasty barbecue sauce I is tender. Turn Mrs. J. R. Kelly and children. him. Now I find myseU made youth

while they cook. ;, the ears occasion t .r lbue Mite's tic .a Kathryn and Robert, spent Thurs completely wretched by his the gave up to marry a man 1
than twice her She,
becaed Hamburger ally. day In Lake Butler with Mrs. more ate.
(Serves 1)) Roast Potatoes. Constant care Is the watchwordfor Kelly's parents,,Mr. and Mrs. A. watching me and suspecting li unhappy and he it }ealo"..

Bury potatoes In hot ashes and successful house-keeping. Lackof L. Drlggers. me and questioning me, and I Not a pleasant situation, but
ground salt roast as you do the corn until they good management may be responsible Little Sherman and Beverly Jo don't seem able to cope with Kathleen! Norris tells Catherine .

are tender. They take longer to for accidents in the home. that the will have to bearit.
| le taste no why not make a "survey" of Crosby returned to their home at the matter at all.

ana vinegar rout than the corn. Serve with lots your house for safety.How New River Sunday afternoon, DOW "To begin with," her letter Why? Be sure to read thin ,

a leer of butter salt, and pepper. about your stairways Are after spending the week-end here '"I married three story oa girl whose -hatty I

e i chill,powder Marshmatlew Dessert they weU-lightadT Is.-there.an,adequate with their parents, Mr. and Mrs goes on, was marriage hat given her a lifetime '

i brown sugar (Serves 6)) hand-rallT Is the carpet well O. E. Crosby. years ago at 18,to a man more of leisure in which to regret
tacked: to the floor If you use than twice Lewis was 44
salt Small bar ef plain' chocolate : my age.
13 graham cracker tread mats are they securely fastened I Mrs. Arle Brown nas! returnedto then, my mother's friend. My father i it.
o peppered to the steps Are the steps her home after a two week's t
U marshmallow \ died when I was a baby; my
onion, chopped free from an accumulation of articles visit\ with relatives In Auburndaleand \ mother remarried Immediately; her In for charities: or club work very
Toast :2 marshmallows over O
ons Worcestershire to be carried the next
upstairs Plant City. second husband being Lewis' older well. I am studying French with
coals to a crisp gooey state and time somebody makes the trip? Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby an old refugee woman, but on two
then put them inside a graham In fervor of housecleaningdid
catsup your and Mrs. A. S. Crosby attended occasions: her young son came in
when I was a
"Lewis polled me
cracker and chocolate bar sandwich.The wax the floors until they Y
hot you
pooa water at Antioch Church o. sir during the lessons, and after that
Homecoming .
heat of the marshmallow between shone to the nth degree? Small s5R .o small girl, sent me beautiful presents
ny of the thriftier cuts ot the halves of chocolate bar rugs on waxed floors are very dangerous near LaCrosse Sunday. to school, came to my graduation Lewis Insisted that they be given

id-such as chuck, flank, will melt the chocolate Just enough so remove the slipperiness Mr. and Mrs Freeman Crosby and it seemed to me wonderful here In our house, which Is very

eck, ofsand crackers the under the rugs and anchor them and children and Horace Smithof 0Q 1 0 p and romantic to be married that dull."Am
and the graham on .trQP .
If hold. firmly to the door. Jacksonville! were guests of 0 very day. But now I think It was I making myself out a martyr
quiteyour outside are nice to and Are all the bottles in your medicine Mr. and Mrs. J N.. Kelly and Mr. 4e'QQp.. silly to crowd graduation and marriage ? You don't know what an effort
Do you to go primitive cabinet labeled distinctly? ( cheerful and
make to busy
1 keep :
k and Mrs. C. C. er' Into day I was so much
stick Crosby Sunday ti one ;
roast meat over a forked or Do you have a sturdy stepladderto Qe vases meals .
Ailing ,
[to grind afternoon.Mr. prr Qptl of kid that I regretted missing the
long-handled fork? Then you'll like: boost you up to the high placesin : e' with baby going every day
net Mixiroughly house? and Mrs. Raymond Oliverof big dance: that evening,
Kabobs. your Lewis In the But
to pick up car
Are firm in your decree that Jacksonville, Mrs. Sarah Under c Even In my childhood he was
you 0r
pA .
land pep- r For each person, allow % pound ash trays shall never be emptiedinto bill of Plant City and Mrs. J. C. ;:f fa Jealous, teasing me about liking! this his continual questioning and suspicions
round steak H of a make me nervous, and of late
k did him.
on a waste baskets? Sapp and baby of Sampson City + boy or that better than I ,
and few slices of bacon. I have been crying a good deal
griddle w onion a Do you keep plenty of holders were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N. ) But In those days Lewis seemed tome
thick Cut the meat in 1-inch: squares cut near your kitchen range and are ,f 4. t ra a sort of god. playing tennis which does not Improve my appearance .
the onion lengthwise, from top to they big enough and thick enough Kelly Saturday night. 9 clothes to and annoys him.
'aO. and golf wearing evening
? 54
of bottom. Cut the slices of bacon: to protect your hands :Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Crosby and .' 0te into which: 1couldn't "What prompts me to write you."
P Ingredients well and marvelous parties
into thirds. Place beef onion and Do you watch the handles of :your Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman and a4 Catherine concludes her letter "Is
and adored by
grer hamburgers as they bacon on a fork or stick alternately I sauce pans when you are cooking? children of Van lerbllt, were business t R e a io+ a even peep, doetor. that last night( when Lewis was In
P"i q Is
v He
tauce Is also excellentpWurters can'textend all his patients. eye
Turn the handles in so they I In .
visitors Jacksonville a
coals until done. I Inquisitive mood I
broil a particularly: :
and over
oa occurred to that
It me
which have been over the edge of the range $.e epp never .
with a forkS A salad that is both health- top. A flying sleeve or children's Thursday. 0 )aR ap be could: be serious when he said suddenly emptied a vase I was Ailing

crammed and delicious for a picnic exploring hands catching at protruding Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly spent e'a all 21t pR he was Jealous.UquUlthre. with primroses right over his
a new kind of "cheese- of Saturday with Mr. Kelly's pe ep ra head. H wonderful about It. ,
is this one made with plenty vegetables handles might cause a bad mother e Husband. was 1
add Vt cup grated cheese and cottage cheese: burn. Mrs. Beulab Kelly. q 0 4 4 e but It really frightened me, and I
of hamburger p o a ra 7 4a "However as soon as we weremarried
pound Vitamin Salad. a p 4 ia0 a as thought that If there la any way to
I found out how much in
Serve 6) It you want to attract: birds to GRAHAM cur him or cure: me If I am to
Hamburger Puffs ( diced your yard and garden :you should >'5.t:; r4 .y Eby ,OMyp earnest he was From the beginning blame I had better find out what it
1 celery
cop include some native bushes In your By Mrs. L. C. Smith + rapQ he wanted to know everything i/."
Serves( e'eI'S; 4o legnpo
U) :Z cop cottage cheese Elderberries, wild 0.II I was doing or even thinking. I y9
hedge > row.
And there luckier
bit and Mrs F. M. Griffin o-eie 4'r. you women
chock steak ground H green pepper plum blackberries and hawthornswill had to read my letters aloud to him f
who married to without this
Paled raw potato 1 cop carrots shredded (cooked) lure the orioles and song sparrow spent Sunday in Jacksonville aa before I lent them, and show him the are men
breaded fine birds. A guests of Mrs. Griffin's brother- particular: form of vanity, pettiness y
probe grated onion :2 cop cabbage and all the other answers. We had a housekeeper,
HMDS salt W cup mayonnaise mulberry tree planted in an out of in-law and slater, Mr., and Mrs. now my son's nurse who was asked and cruelty: is a perfect! example
will of the elderly jealous mate.
''P on Salt the way corner of the grounds W. L. Phillips. .
pepperd to accompany: me practically: everywhere
: clove of garlic minced'Poons Toss together all Ingredients and prove a favorite haunt for all kindsof 1.11". .. J. W. Dyal returned Mon and was questioned when we Waking I* Ne Faa

milk serve on crisp lettuce: leaves.A birds.Hummingbirds. like day after spending several days got back.: She Is my good friend, It seems great fun to the little
Nspoons fate cookie treat to take with you on and. four o'clock, salvia with her parents Mr. and Mrs. by the way and takes my side in beauty ot 18 to announce to her 4
picnic Is this sugar-saving one: petunias ) awed and envious schoolmaUs that
your the everything
all Ingredients trumpet creeper and cypress N
W Into except Fruit Treat vile "When Junior was born Lewis she Is going to be married on graduation -
patties. Cook In SERVICES day to a successful doctor whois
Peased (Make U Treat) showed a new side of his jealousy.He .

beat until grill brown or skillet over :3 cops sifted enriched floor Be sure to supply support for a.,. A.FIRST If:. .,1.BAPTMT"'''_.. PmmtoTSIM didn't like me to gush, over the able to give her every luxury
on both 3 tablespoons baking powder those plants that need it. It's sucha M. >*.!_' .t.... 8149 L\ baby sent blm away whenever pos and who has adored her sine baby

1 teaspoon salt pity: for a garden to be bent and Church MornlnaWorship School Ifti: 11.00 A.: M.A. M. ,.._. sible. If Junior shows eagerness to hood. It 1 I. a school girl's" drtam.

:> to 4 tablespoons shortening twisted and ruined beyond recall B' :T. U. 7:09 P M.Ev I'rcsli for reach me. holds out his arms-he 4* But the waking up Isn't much
I milk (about) by the rain and heavy gusts of a .nlnr Worship S:00 P. M.Wednesday Spring 18 months old now-Lewis, says fun. Catherine has cheated: herself
Says K cop shower. Height, massive (:.00 P. W. want the "
IM! You
hard thunder r. .rJl No. oilier
Worship not to have out happiest young years,
honey or corn syrup: here now. we're going
I best 1 tablespoon of
results In outdoor bloom and natural habit lu: i fashion features In your new stuff' and often years of dancing: and house parties .
g we a small flre. Be 2 egg growth makes support necessaryfor FIRST MRTtfODMTRT. frock fur spring, of course Here It this mother's-boy
and and skiing
v. a deep bed sure U cooked apricot er prone many plants. The size of the O. C. P.well.. _.<..'' Is-the dropped waistline sure gets the little fellow screaming.: picnics camping
au start of coal be- Sin flour! baking powder and salt plant determine the support re ISO .N. ('barrh Slr.et r sign of latest style, in a soft, feminine "All his Interest .In society I I. trips and theatricals and beaus.

broiling or ***** together. Cut in shortening.! Beat 1 quired. For example dahlias need Sunday Church a. hool 10:00: : A.A.U.AC.Youne frock: which you can easily dead; he says I killed It by making Every girl has a right to these, and

sodk whole egg and 1 egg yolk, reserving sturdy wooden ; p.rr.hlfo' : P M.: make at home. The neck may be each a lusts about ether men, a every girl, rich or poor manages to
the are use a soft Add milk and honey stakes at least an Inch square at Ev.nln. Wor.hlp J:00 P. if square and low, or vee shaped with thing I never have done and never have a good share of them.It .
burning wood like pine. white for tops. and add flour to mix. the base. Set them a foot to 18 Wednesday Worship t 00 P. M.mT. revers.and there are side sashesto wW do. He wants U be at home I wasn't Catherine's fault that this

k' hemlock, laurel poplar to beaten eggs enough to hold Inches deep at time of planting to tie f ff> back and draw the waistline evening, sometimes having path was made so easy for her. If
en. ture. Stir in only the tuber. smooth! Grand for flowered or every
For a good bed of prevent damage to M RK'" EPISCOPAL which I'' her mother hadn't sense enough to
lightly In for bridge
on elder men
Use i a hard flour together. Turn R... Feed Y.r... _vt.r multl-colored: geometric prints. '
i. wood such t* floured board and knead together V4 soil N. rbvrrfe... ... Slrvvt Pattern No. 8149 is designed for don't play. One of his first requestswas suspect: what a prison Lewis was
"an. ash, beech birch.: Roll % Inch: thick cut with Buys Rooming House Church 8.hool 10:00: A. M. sizes 12 to 20. Size 14 (short sleeves) that neither my mother nor my preparing for her. Lewis' brother
r7' or any available minute. Bundar Wor.hlp 11:00 A. M. 33-loch material. might have given her a hint Catherine
In cutter. Place on baking Holllngsworth, real Sunday Rvcnlnir 7:30: P. M. requires 4% yards sister should ever come to the
Your community. doughnut apricot or prune Frank C. I Friday Ev.nln< Tao: P. U. 1% yards machine made ruffling/ without being Invited; I could ask at 18. wasn't supposed lo know
ned wood which has not sheet and place an each one. Brush estate operator closed a Marble e a Holy Days 10.00 A. M. V4 yard contrast for collar.Addrws. them as oftea as I liked but they that the flattery and the presents
n "hole" on Mrs
the round long enough to in the biscuits last week whereby must never come .therwine.. the plain-gold ring and the new estate

re 11 to wet dry or rotted- but long with with egg cinnamon white and sugar.sprinkle Bake in a Lloyd, proprietor into possession of the of Ritz the cafe 8-, R.FIRST.. !...pnF.IIYTERI". II.-. Allca P..... Ifem...._............................ "This has made for great formal. were just so many. chains about
out> Is best for ,hot oven 12 to 15 mln- comes Eel vrth' fberrr... *.. ity and stiffness where there ought her.

*'St Wood kind without bark makes utes.moderately Cinnamon sugar: Mix 3 tablespoons room bouse L.next Peek door near to the the homeof Sea. Sundar Church flrhool Worship 10:11:00 00: AJ A.> M.M. .............................. to be so much: pleasure and easiness Will Have to Bear II. C

a of fire as bark will with Vt teaspoon cinnamoru Julian flflnlar Crusades 6:00 P. M, ; (In fact, my mother has lost In Catherine's case she simply

fire to fmould To start sugar board railroad on 8th street. Intermedia, Vodth *'00 P. M. ...................................... all patience with Lewis and even will have to put up with It. Society
more J; Worship 7.00 p U.
easily use split wood < Mrs. Lloyd rented the house .nln. : her husband who Is Lewis' brother, would stand aghast at the spectacle .

burns. more easily than WAy let hot and bothered over when your' from Judge A. Z. Adklns at $60 ilT. WARD'S CATHOLIC If._o< p.p.r....................... rarely makes any effort to see us. of that dear little pampered

logs. cooking and household problems ? month, and purchased the a.,. Tbo... .. .. M.r..,.. P..,.. Asking Questions."I wife, with her beautiful home and

1 when won't be a sissy If you you tan gel expert adiiee problem on la them Miss furniture per from W. A. Masters for Early Ma.!T..._*':.00 A A."..M... p.lt.rn No......... .1.......... can Always charge: anything I like anywhere two good servants, her adoring husband

Ng wing a band axe: for Writ,Chambers explaining your Western N/ _,pape, $750, Mr. Holllngsworth stated l>lla* "..... ... ....01 IS e.nt In rot... itotCD and we live luxuriously but and lovely child running away

or splitting wood. If Lynn Union 210 South Dfplau Street Wednesday. She will keep room- Week Bundmr Day Mass Man 6"00 1:00:A. A.)r.M. .. pattern d..lr.d> to- my actual money allowance Is only from it all. And she couldn't run to

rv be seasoned wood. It can: Chicago Wuiais. /'/..... enclose e ers. Mrs. Lloyd and her house- Patricia Dow Pattern $10 a month: and do what I will I her mother because: her stepfather rI.

M broken' !into convenient stamp.telfaJJ .ued envelopeof hold moved last week. Mr. Masters 30-PEI TMRKfUACI.R St. New York, N. Y. ant seem to make any extensive Is Lewis' brother which would make
for the .. .. ..... .._.. tot W. 17th .
are your reply. has gone to Detroit to en- d J. T. ttmlmlrrSunday dais on that I mean I can't go things very awkward.
u........ I fwrvlco 7:30: P. M.


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i J'AGE troUT I "

1yt: 'Cypress Garden Girls Mrs. kappas Buys $2,000

', j Rural Carriers
At Silver Springs

Aid Bond Sale .
) Prepared
ir Sliver Springs (Special

s. A. Weldon executive chairman New to combine spectacularwater I _
: of the War Savinus Committee f stunts with their own I4 i I

fm'i Bradford, County has I had) breath-taking beauty, a dozen of _

,, a communication from John L. IomeOf Dick Pope's choicest models, at dI I

tv Funs state administrator to the Cypress Gardens are ready for,

: effect t II o t rural mall carriers their leading part In the gala

: throughout the country may now water sports show-beauty pageant

c sell war bond to the people along planned for this attraction Saturday .

) their routes. The purchaser will IJarbJlsGroccrv i4FdJiDjL afternoon, July 4 and 8, at .1

4I L pay for the bonds. at the lime of i4 P. M.The :

( making such application. and ( girls experts on water sklls

S payment may be made In cash or and toboggans, recently were featured ,
t war savings stamps, or by check. In LIFE and LOOK magazine -

"Any fourth clas postofflce as well as In newsreels, and

ir .1 rot now designated to Issue vVur each will\ compete in the "Miss

Saving. Bonds will be so denlg- .-.- --- _- -,_ --_-. --- Silver Springs" contest that will
t'' sated upon request of the postmaster climax the performance Sunday

k' k ," the communication says. Ar'r10 year* In' the ,m.me l IO&Iton! IMrbygro -ry moved lat rk!' to Us new home on West afternoon.As .

i rIj "This should be done where thereI. Call ht., pictured u.btn'e. The buildIng was con.trutted by the Bradford Engineering Co., at a cost an added attraction -the
substantial demand for these winner of the Daytona Beach,
of 1700. _
A bonds. Sanford, High Springs beauty '

"The above arrangements" .!r.I contest of July 4 will participateIn \ _

4r Fain concludes "provide a con IN THE WARA the beauty pageant on Sunday _
which WEEK
I venient channel through THIS July 5.The _

many residents In rural areas entire performance Is of Mrs. Ouranla Ambraze PnppoH, owner of
be able to purchase war save Information the Important developments of the the P.
444 J4 will ( summary of on fered free to the public and is and of lie Half Moon
Government building manager
lng bonds by converting savings w*.k. niii'l"avnllubl* hy official sources In th Office of Lodge" |Is h.""

tn.v.n., Intn._ hnniln__ _.., bv. _paying_ it tinrtn.. Waahinirton.. D. C.) one of a summer series of free chasing u $3.000 War Bond from \\'. N. Carnation,

''l's cash' "'ln.or u.by personal u checks" CKILINGS WILL HIVE scientific qualifications and with a vital Ingredient' of synthetic entertainments planned for Silver Park Theatre.- Mr. (al'lULlllon IH eo..pt'raUngllh, ', IlUtDlIIt Ihe,

r Price Administrator Hendersontold essential skill. Agriculture Secretary robber, In the same opeiatlon. Springs Thursdays and Sundays.For theatre drive to Hell bonds and has sold. a total or
Hooka the press If price ceilings Wickard said the Farm La-. The U. S.. s4gWd, an agreementwith the benefit of movie and and stamps! Mince June. 1. .
of Costa Rica. still cameramen, a special boat
hold during the next 20 monthsthe bor Supply problem might be the Republic
for the the 'under which this government will will be reserved for their use so
Registration book. entire war effort will cost $62 solved if either governmentpaid
purpose of registering new voters billion lens than It would cost If transportation expenses ae purchase all of Costa Rica's rubber that tney can get cloee-up action Indian Villagers Hit The Trail

In Starke. are now open In the prices rose as they did during the part of the war program or production':? the next fiveyears shots of, the water stunts.. Rather Than Stay In The City

rr: City Hall and will i remain open lust war. He said savings on farmers pooled expenses to bringIn and will aid In development It Is expected that army and JailStarke's ---

? t through Saturday Auguvt 8. pteel alone under price ceilingswere the migrant labor they nE-ed'l of potential rubber resources navy campo and stations in nearby famed "Indian Viliage"which mother.about

t more than $161 million In Railroads have already agreed to, there. cities will supply the Judgesfor like the proverbial gourd of age-lay 100 ormr
: reduce fares for migrant farm the beauty pageant. aiouml ont
June Still PopularJune 1941. vine In and
a night
TilE ARMED FORCESThe : Free dancing in the upstairs sprung up on the ground most of a
3 said liv- workers.
The Labor Department withered In 'la !
a night more
no Two
or three
month President signed le&I"lalion auditorium and a special chimesconcert eeki uT
Is still the popular ing coats In large cltles.dropped Coming to Starke 13 months claimed
TRUCK TR.NSPOItTTlONThe to at 5 I o'clock also are on that a woman!
for brides. County Judge E. K. 0.1 percent between May 15 and granting pay Increases rnearby
ago-at the first of the "boom"-
ODT established a U. S. the that will include, in as she was hel
that during the program
Ferryman reports June 2, the first drop In such members of the armed forces retroactive it was built on the lot
upon off
truck Conservation Corps to mobilize Ocala at 10 o'clock car the lot, 7
month just ended a total of 73 costs since November 1940. Cloth- a parade ran
1. with a mini- which! Rabeck building
the t i n'9 5 million to June now mother and broke
n a 0
marriage licenses were Issued to and rent I rodeo at 8 o'clock, and dance at bnk
{' M Bradford Ing, hounefurnlshlng trucks-greatest truck fleet in mum base pay of $50: a month- the Ocala auditorium. stands. Making room for the legs. The woman.Vantil
white In County.
couples but food costs (
all/ declined
; I costs the first Increase In growth and development of downtown the
the world-for more effective war general pay right thing, took i to
.i continued to advance. service. The Office distributedto 20 years. Congress also completed Starke it moved three or honpltal and had her k
Deeds Filed Index of nearly 900 Filling Station
truck drivers, trucking firms. action on a bill to provide financial four blocks up Temple avenue. rayed. The X-ray IIiit'i

Heater I* Thomas, widow to A. wholesale prices week dropped ended 0.3 June per parts dealers and garages through. aid for dependents 'of men Now A MarketIn Time and time again "Harry" and broken bones, and the nu

Itartman June 22; Emma P. Hill cent during the out the country Information de. In the four lowest grades of the his women folks got into some paying the bills

_ad Louis II.' Hill her husband, ,113. but was Btlll 13 5 above a year signed "to assure the continuedand armed forces and, authorizing deferment Tampa recently a filling kind of trouble, having their license When the woman quit

11, '., 4, tq Nathan ,U Starling June 29: ; ago. uninterrupted flow of the ma- ot' married' ', men with legitimate station made headline news when revoked getting into a the bills "Hanya tnld h

9 Horace Norman, .also known as'f M.NI'OWERSD LABOR terials of war and the neceral- home ,fJeiI., The Senate Its owner converted it into a lawsuit, or landing In Jail. Their damage suit When IhIi

/ : i W. H. Norman, and Susie Norman The War Manpower Commission ties of civilian life." All are being passed and sent ,to the House a duplex apartment after gasoline hated! episode concluded their he tried to Issue a maher :

'f his wife, to Leon M. Nor- said the goal for men In the asked to pledge they will cooper bill to provide men who enteredthe rationing went Into effect. stay In Starke and last week arrest. Later oafr

man and Thelma, Norman June armed forces la 6000.000 to 7,000- ate to "keep 'em rolling" during armed forces since. passage Not to be" outdone, Starke now they loaded up bag and baggageand reason he hit Mrs SJUG

) 23; Kate Livingston, unmarried 000 men by the end of 1943; 20- the emergency. of the Selective Service Act with boasts of a filling station that trekked back toward Okla.. In the eye and was p pa

.l j 1 to N. B. Hull June 20; Mamie 000,000 workers. will\ be needed In $5.000: Insurance In event of Injury has been converted Into a fruit homa. He promised to leave ton

lUSw1 Davis and David A. Davis her war production and transportation RUBBER AND OIL or disease contracted while and vegetable market. According to Harry's attorneys I would let him out of Jil:

husband, to A. H. Green. June 20; by 1944 ; 12,000,000 will be The House pawed and sent to i on active duty. I The small :Magic Oil Stationon Knight and Knight, his old did and he did.

S ;i! ''J. F. Colley and Lydia Colley, his required to harvest the 1943 crop the Senate legislation authorizing The War Department directed"no Temple Ave., ceased operationsome i .

wife, to City of Starke, a Florida The President's Committee 0 n $93 mUlIon to complete a barge military\ personnel on duty In i time ago because of gasoline Station Wagon Burns name. of Samuel W. Biom

municipal corporation, June 23. Fair Employment Practice said In I any foreign country or possession ,, curtailment and the shortage of L'nlexH. mid LtrtiflraMdredeemed
canal from St. John's River, Fla.,
atcordlng u hi
1944 high school enrollment mightbe may marry without the approval 'I competent help. Now Judson P. Shortly before midnight Wed property deninl' ihrmi <
4 MANUSCRIPT COVERS411 reduced to 40 or 50 percent to Port Inglis. Fla.; for an oil of the commanding officer of the Revel, for the past year cashierat sold to the hiKhent iiMacourthuUHa :
nesday a 1942 model Chevrolet
C per 100 college enrollment by 70 to 80 pipeline from Fort St. Joe, Fla., United States Army Forces sta- the Tip Top Super Market, has I day In the duur month on tin of (I In lint',

_TELEGRAPH._ _ _ percent and half the nation's' to Jacksonville, Fla.: for enlarge- tioned In such foreign countryor rented the station, made additionsand station wagon used as a Blanding which IH the Slit diir out'j J

schools may be closed due to the ment of the existing gulf Intra- possession." Improvements, and last week I cab was practically destroyed by i (OFFICIAL Dated this, 8EAL 3rd. day) A.olJit'J. T

CLASSIFIED Increasing need for war workers. coastal waterway from the St. The House passed and sent to opened u p a produce market, fire at Blanding Center. AccordIng -, Clerk of Circuit Court tI&

m' The President signed legislation Marks. River I Fla., to Corpus the Senate, the $8 1-2 billion handling vegetables, fruits and to an employe of the Company I County, Florida

; appropriating an additional Christi Texas and Its extensionto naval expansion appropriation bill melons of all kinds. I tie ix: nun IT roi RT. HITfoivn
had been filled
______ S, FOR SALE-on highway between $9 1-2 million to finance the coat Brownsville, Texas) and for to provide 500,000 tons of aircraft Mr. Revels came to Starke car Just .FLOHIUAI

Starke and'Lawtey. 12 acres of training war workers In vocational construction of a pipeline from carriers. :500.000 ton of I. from Ocala. with gas, and, was leaking or I Marguerite OKV.:: LeCalei Hill F

S % 4 cleared land for $600. Terms courses of less than college the Tinsley Miss., oil fields to cruiser and lIOt.qoO} tones of destroyers running over. While someone ".. Frank L. Hull. Dft..4u.

; ; 4l.hSr ; $12 down and $12 per month. grade. Selective Service announced Charleston, S. C:, and Savannah and destroyer escorts. Want Potato was changing batteries in the No. 2061.ORDER.
h; ...J. L. Harrell, Lawtey. Fla. Salad cab a soldier came by and accidentally OF PUBLICATION
registrants In the nonmilitaryage The President .signed a bill permitting
___ 6-12 4tp group 4$ to 65 will\ receive Ga.The WPB announced American the Navy to Increase the' For July 4 EventAll threw a lighted match II /NOTICE OF !FLORIDA TO APfUTSTATE t M

occupational questionnaires shorty chemists have perfected a petroleum number of Its lIghterthanalrcraft'from on the ground nearby. This Ignited L. Hall K K D :.No- I II fcMllford.
&ir WANTED salesmen -men or the Uelanare
ladles. Easy work large commlsolonB. which will be used to locate cracking process for making an authorized strength of residents of Starke are gas and burned up the I You are required to lit
sales Individuals with professional and 'aviation gasoline and buttadlene, 43 to 72. urged to help USO Club No. 1 in car. The fire department was August 3rd., I liilJ In (I".
Aggressive person named, Court and I au41.
called out but It
its 4th of July barbecue was too late to
t ; .5 can :average $40 to $50: per supper I plaintiff. seeks dUon
S to be given to extinguish the blaze. of Ohlld Hradf"rd Cms
more than 500
week. Apply at Bon Art Studio shall pul>li.h IbIs
First Aid Classes Fair Response To Appeal For Observers --- graph
Camp I
*.. tt'J' ; Blanding men, Mrs. Frank I.V CIRCUIT COl'HT. BHAIIPORD in next four weekly\ toiawltneHM ,

4 Start July 6th Materials Needed For Observation Tower I' stated E. Wilson, committee chairman, I t cotr'ry Kit''I-. FLOIIIOAl I\: CII..NJack -, seal at Stark my, n Florida."'w ...II>'
Kubenvteln. Plaintiff vs.
,,: J milk cows stock cpws, beefS Beginning Monday July 6, at 8 Starke's chief airplane observer, possible, It l Is hoped that any "Large quantities of potato Ether Kali Kubenstein., Defendant (OFPK'IAL of saId SEAL. 'I'ourt; AJ1As I HIi '
S I cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get P. M.\. a.. first-aid class will be H. A. Carlton Is pleased with other lumber that may be needed salad are needed, and it will be ORDER No. OF 2064.PUBLICATION AND -

: _____ In touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., held In the American Hall the response to his request for can be had at actual cost. Thena most gratefully receive*}!" she NOTICE TO APPEAK \ .'IIIITIT tin Mr. MJ>
5; .; Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Legion volunteers to act as airplane ob few carpenters and laborers are said. It should be delivered to STATfcJ OF FtXJRIUA. to: Bather cois'rt. 1.(1111)\i J it '

,. S ISlL' _ City; Telephone 481 Lake City. each Monday and Wednesday servers. Fifteen persons have needed. Alrady two or three car USO Clitb No. 1 not later than Layton Eats Hubenstelii at care. Number of Saul Keel 4263, J0"5Norman. I'olnlltt. 'I

K'3 Auction market every Thurs, nights until the course U: com definitely asked to be permittedto I penters have promised their 5 P. M. Saturday. "Bring all you Brother, Elmhurvt. |j 0 n B Island Norman 1..r..nd""I.. CaC \*!
New York N. Y. OF
: _____ day on all clasaes of live stockat I pleted. Mra. W. D. Wainwright, act as observers, while a number assistance free of charge. And can and If possible stay and help' You are required\ to appear on S ORDER/NOTICE TO APPW!
Lake City at 2:30: P. M. serve It Mrs. August >3rd.> 1848 In the above 1 FLoRIDA 1 'It
5-8-43 Jr., and Mrs. W H. Hart who of others have expressed their whatever la lacking In the way of Wilson ,said. named. Court and cause, wherein STATE: whose M r..iowkn ,, '
willingness to assist If suitable donated lumber and labor Norman
will be plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfordCounty
conducted the class In the
Ji.: i. FOR RENT-two 3-room furnished courthouse sometime large ago, will be arrangements can be made and made up In do'natons' | of money Mix-Up At SwitchA Order In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this ? u1ar.: 3rd.required, 11443. I in.ii'*

.x houses* with private bath. the teachers. agreeable hours can be found. to defray the, (jest of the ex Witness my hand and official* Auguat named. Court alld rau'..

Also furnished rooms. D. O. Perhaps the most pressing need pen es, It is expected.The "spring switch" on the Sea sal 2nd. at uu.IO"'FICIAL$.tarko. Florida this July plaintiff seeks. dtVOl'Ce COOlS. !f
who could I Bradturd
Many not board
I Child
Kelley. north city I limits on right now Is for an observation Florida Power & Light Co., track Improperly used, was SEAL) A. ". Thomas graph of .hall puhll.h l'I
Road 13. 2tp their schedules so as to take the tower. Cpl. M. S. Wood. of Jack- donated four poles to help build almost the cause of a serious accident As Clerk of aid Court. "-8 4t 7-24 In next four weeklY! hEw aol

course at an earlier date have sonville, in charge of a field creW'effecting the tower at Lawtey, and It Is about 2 o'clock Thursday I I Itnese toy.. ioi1uid'I"rldl* IIf >
_ seal at !
been asking that another class rot-nr. BRADFORD
_ FOR RENT-furnished house on afternoon of last
and organizing observation hoped that with three light companies week. Accord ('Ol! 151.. 1842.fU1I'FICI.I..
I NTY fL4>HIIl IN tHALsiv. : -- A.IA.
Kingsley Lake. be organized. The course Is be. ing to EAL''
Apply W. A. who and two telephone witnesses, a switch ( : 14'I
posts was in Starke companies engine f l'ourt.
W A Shanda Gainesville. Fla. 2tp ing given to meet such a need with a few Kurt Oik. Plaintiff v". Blue. Poetich Clerk of said Slarb.t
last week stressed the necessity represented In Starke, it cars had gone oik. Defendant. Case No. 3063. T. rank l.andI'Unl.
SALE-fl'rali- :I ----5--- and It Ia hoped by the teachers, of having$ a definite tower with a will\ be possible to secure a forward without difficulty through MTATB OP KIAHtiUA n>: r.n.,, I; Atty. for Plf.Mlneo. .
r large frame. by the Red Cross executives and ORDER OF :
4{- I Suitable for building house car. by all lovers of health and hatersof private telephone that would be similar donation for the local observation a the switch Gulf about a block south of PUBLICATION TO APPEAR ANDNOTICE I jv C'.RTIT FLOltIlH11);; ; PlUg l !I

Fair tires reasonable price. Inquire used for nothing else except re; tower. bulk station but upon Poetsuch Ulk, Number UK Comen- :! r'OI'4'I'2,
war, that everyone who can porting the observation of backing through It, one iugtr Street. BraunSJ=bmelfl. Ger- 'ER Y.EIIsateth. lIn'".
planes. When the car was
Sft: at Bradford County Tele- do so will arrange to attend this tower I Iv completedand found niany. tjiddtfl D.t..11l..
to ,
graph. itS : Last week Mr. Carlton andS. fitted up with a telephone on one track while You are required to appear on VP. Eugene! :lIn"o
S class and prepare to render first- the balance AUKU 3rd. 1042 In the above No. 2068.ORDER,
E. Sparks went to Lawtey for only one thing then will be the train was on UBLlC VJ.
aid In case of whatever emergency needed the named Court and cause, wherein. : OF A'
FOR RENT furnished apartment the purpose of going carefully -a large number of observersso other. As a consequence, the plaintiff neeks -2 bedrooms 'bath kitchen may arise in this com car was de-railed County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder STATE 0. "' .
over. the plans and specificationsof that the and It required rt'iJeaS
post be
can .
munity. manned about In next four weekly. ..ue.. whose
living room large porch, the new tower which is being 24 hours a day without anyone an hour and a half to get Witness. my hand and official known. to I
S all modern conveniences $35. erected there. J. L. Harrell and team (of two It ack"T X cleared the track eat at Starke. Florida this July You are r"lIul..d l9d i In II'
persons having to 2nd. 3rd.
r Go four miles on Lake Butter Mrs. Cora Lee Crews several other volunteer workers "watch" too long at a time Just In time for the silver meteor 1942.WFFICIAI: SEAL> A. J. Thomas ,, Autru"t named Court and sssr

highway, turn first grade north using some! lumber that was do- Mr. to go by" It was said. As Clerk of said Court. 7-3 41 1'1: I IIV I "**"* *
of highway and Inquire for W. Mrs. Cora Lee Crews a native nated and donating his Seaboard Agent I ffiwny'fySrff.
other that was purchased time to this T. J. Grif CIRCIIT COl'RT. BRADFORD
C. Conner. Jtp and life-long resident of Brad- with cash donations are work just like he is fin, explained the occurrence in COINITV. .FLOH1UAI I'M t2l4Al.cERv. .ran1vtf: ?. : '-
asking that you and and ...
ford County, died Sunday' her you you this
way: "The
FOR busy building a tower of strength do! There Is n6 spring switch Lena Armento Morano. Plaintiff, 2nd.. 1942.oFi"Ll'IAE..
RUNT!; -two 3-room longer time for A'11A.
home SEAL'
cottages near Brooker as the result against the works all right when vii Michael Morano. Defendant. ,
with shower commode and of a stroke of paralysis, following enemy delay or dilly-dallying. The Axis forward a train goes Cane No. 3088. Clerk of paid. Court.
To operate efficiently, Starke powers do not through It, but they 'ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND i W'r. p8corrV
lavatory, kitchen sink. Fur an illness of more than 12 rest-why should tried to back C'Rrt'IT UI I
nished completely with fur must also build a tower, and the United Nations-more through It, and it NOTICE 'r() APPEAR IN FLIRIU.\I'"
new months. She was S3 years of especially just wouldn't STATE OF FLORIDA to: Michael
work. '
5, niture. One mile north of there are three or four thIngsneeded the United States of has to be The switch Morano. Number 7(1 Fourth A..nu"l CKH1. PIII.I1!
age.Besides that can be had with America? thrown by hand when Borough Brooklyn, I W. N. Ab..rnethY ,
Starke Write Nttf. : Abe.nethY
on State Farm Road; her husband, Wallie very phone or see backing he explained KlnitM, of New York.ou I Thelma H.
$35 month. D. A. Judd. Itp Crews, the deceased is survived little expense or labor to any one H. A. Carlton at the Bradford No damage \ are required to appear on Case No 203l.ORDER Pl'BLlr.\f1(
person. First, a Is County was done. Auirust 3rd. 1941 In the above OF
by five daughters, Mrs. R. H. request made Telegraph; telephone 29. named Court and cause, wherein. AND SOT1'E, TO AP O.
FURNISHED ROOM for rent for McNeil and Mra. D. L. Hicks. that those who can donate lum If you will do any of the things plaintiff seeks. _ light housekeeping. after Sun. ber. After they have given all mentioned abova.'LJlelhodist J. D. Mathews Injured Children. Bradford County TeU- H. Aberfl.thY iSiiuntiflgtOfl '.
Jacksonville \'Irr'
lo .
; !s. Joe Breed Lacrosse graph shall publlnh this Order In w. '
day.-631 W.
Madison I
Ave. ltp
; Miss Vaglnea Crews Contractor next four weekly Issues. r.qulred' to..."
C J. D. TOll are .
Mathews Witness
Mnnil and offi.ieIseal l l2nd Iho
my In
r APARTMENTS FOR RENt Gainesville; and Miss Evelyn I Coca Cola Outing Church I recently. suffered a broken collar at Starke Florida this' July July &tb and, 19U. '" '; l
U43. Court nradf
Hartman's. It Crews, Brooker. She Is also survived bone, a crushed shoulder OFFICIAL. peeks" divorce. puhll.b t$
and six SEAL) A. J. Thomas
by her mother Mrs. Dan Fifty-five employes of the Services at .the Church next floating ribs when the As Clork of said Court. 7-3 41 7-34 Telegraph .hall wetlil? dlllUWltn.

J _ NICK CLKAN BEDROOMS Dyal. Lake Butler; one brother Starke Coca Cola Company-Including Sunday will be as follows: pick-up truck "which he Chevrolet NOTICE PPi.iCATION In n.xt....four 1111' hand an Ihl' j..1
was drlv- or FOR ,
________ nersprlng mattresses and Venetian Enlck Dyal Lake Butler; and District Manager R. H. Church Schoor 10 A,. M. Ing turned over 10 miles TAX I>KKD at Starke. Florida AID'
lh blinds.-241 N. Cherry St., eight sisters, Mrs. Joe Harrell. Dlttmar and family of Galnes- Morning Worship' O'clock. side of Jacksonville thIs Senate Bill ]'i.\). 163)) 1942.i.'FICIAT SEALI ,.1/1/
Mrs. Mae Edwards. ltp LaCrome; Mrs. Tuck Andrews ville-t-spent entire day Sunday Subject: "Freedom and Christi Improving and going on with rapidly ra.t.a T. J. Alderman IS HEREBY holder lIVEN of H A. Clerk of aid- ,

Lake Butler; Mrs.! J. D. Tyson; picnicking at Gold Head anity." 4 : "business as his Certificate Pen. 24.1 l u. F LARGE: CORNER BUDROOM: for Tampa: Mrs. A. F. Boats Gaines. Park. In addition to.the plant ; Usual of the Tax 3rd day of July un and H 'I\fOTI'F. EKTIII0I'.11.
Youth Fellowship According
to Certificate .
Meeting will Mr. No. 8 issued the ,1
rent twin beds. Mathews
Gentlemen. "ofl "
_ _
ville\ Mrs.\. L. D. employes, the 2nd day of I. hereby !
Yr. ; Manning Wau- young men were be at 7 P. M.5< was raining wa"lick July A. D. 1 *3. has Notice b'of f'
and und.r
Mrs. W. E. Lovett, 221 So road filed same. In my office and has ..Bn.kasjw. I
chula Mrs. T. permitted to Invite LA" fI'
; A.. their :'
Head ricks girlfriends :095:1.
Cherry St. Itp Evening Worship 8 O'clock. traffic was heavy application" for a deed to of chapter will rrItd1! "I
Plant City; Mrs. Richard and be Issued thereon dta,.rtiri at. Acts of 1941. ( rt.
Glover. <
; Subject: "Wbat'l'.Do We Really Although he embrace.. the ClrUtt: 1""'"
j : Lake Butler and STfa- was not go- the following. described. Clerk of CoU(7'( '
; Mrs. H. "
FOUND Valuable ring. Owner Own? It became property In the County of Brad. for Bradford vt
may have by giving accurate Kendall, Ft. Fierce. Prayer Services him to necessary for of Florida to-wlti < ...
Baggetts In New are held the apply his TaIi.Irsunder
Home at brakes
S Funeral services He was *"" S of NE4! H..". U Twp 7 S. are IP
description and paying for this were conducted Church every Wednesday at 8 treated by Dr. M. B. **. 22 F.., containing. 40 Acres. more. which '
4ir ad. Methodist Parsonage, 120 Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock In Sgt. and Mrs. Grady Baggett P. M. and repair to his, truck Herlong, Certificate or !less. 'I. embraced under said doing buslnPC'Call "Jt.. .- ;
cost him No. 343 li9 S. '
:$$1. North Church Street. ltpj the New Hope Cemetery with the moved this week Into their new A cordial welcome to all. $220. N" of NEIof\ BWVi s..,. IS Center coualf{,

Rev. O. E. McGauley officiating. home near the Intersection of -G. ,C Powell, Pastor Ha has not let up l In his Twp.aore.. 88. K. SO 11]., containing SO 8tarke. Bradford paid. bu.1n1IO"'U'
work more r lass That the "
WANTED: -Wlhtte girl for lighthouse Pall bearers L. H.&s Is embraced tb'
were A. Brown
and bY
Washington Church streets.It Just finished uryr said' certificate No. 41. and operated
work; room and board O. C. Kelly A. O. r ; brick installing a psrtIe5: s.
j Andreu T. W. Is a 2-story 8room. frame. Beautiful Cleaning Beautiful Chimney and a".m.nt of the maid prop. terested : IIStarke '
_ doing' erty under tevin
tw,4 and Mrs. Fried- Markey, L. L. other the said certificate No. Dave
wages. Apply Parker and M. work '..on
O. stucco In
residence and was built I Tailoring a t Starke Standing the kitChen 244 'lesued was In the name of Fla. ( ...
man, Louie's Army Store, Tern- Harrell. Center. Blanding Mrs E ||. tees. Stark", BraMor" J.
.S pie Avenue. It i by Contractor Obe F. Halt I Tailors. Opposite rack, Theatre. l n.ent or said Property and the under asses said Ida At this .,'b.. .day "IIr '

I Certlflcats No. t Issued was In the

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