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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 10, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 I Trailers To Licensed Must' Camp Move Venereal Diseases Sabotage' Effort, Dr. Ford SaysDr. I City Many Hall ImprovementsBeginning Presents Building Permits



Without fear or favor the thing M. J. Ford, director of theBradford nearness to 'Camp Blandlng. Dr. the men at Camp Blanding and last winter with the Total $233,769First

ration that hay been talked of for the County Health Unit. I I Ford stated that the program I when you stop to consider thata 'purchase of a large oil heater,

put two years is on the eve of spoke before the Rotary Club carried on by the health unit Is soldier! loses 30 days cf active and winding up about July 1 with

taking place. Trailers parked Wednesday and accomplished his "aggresxtve" medicine- means training during treatment, It is the installation of Venetian blind,,, 6 Months \

Mer Way within the city limits of Starke purpose of bringing to local businessmen carrying the treatment to the I easy to see what venereal. disease the City of Starke has spent

must soon seek shelter In some a greater understanding patient rather ,than waiting for to costing our war effort A around $1,000 In making the City '

ot 9 and 12d licensea trailer camp. This Is the of the Important work being carried the patient to come for the treat community that permits auch con- Hall a more convenient place In' Building: permits In Starke for

the hours 8 P. M. on final verdict of Dr. Malcolm J. on by this vital organization.Dr. ment. He deplored the fact thatIt ditions to exist Is sabotaging the which to work and a more attractive the six months' period-Jan. 1 to

2 and Saturday, Ford Director of the County Ford repeatedly emphasizedthe Is often difficult to make country just as positively as those place for visitors.

Friday and who de- Health Unit. fact that "thte Is YOUR' diseased persons take treatments, German agents! planned to lo.." The entire exterior and the June 30 Inclusive-totaled $233.-

and 11, those that they "In view of the fact that all health unit-It does not belong'to even when offered no cost. Preceding Dr. Ford's address, front part of the interior of (the 769. This In spite of the fact

Ing cards so 22, trailers should be placed In a the Federal government or the "The first draft figures show I the Rotary building have been painted: the that during the last two monthsof
after July an interesting report on -
gasoline qualified camp to protect the state, but to the of Brad- : front offices have been fitted out
place most people that 11 percent of young men In Hint period It was not permissible -
the International Convention
er at health. ot.th. community soon ford County." with new floors; new fluorescent
to them. In Bradford I as a licensed trailer camp Is in Discussing the especial need Bradford county were victims of just held In Toronto Canada, was lighting fixtures have been Installed to erect a residence to

relaxation places Law-are :, existence In Starke, all trailers for every health precaution In venereal disease" ,r *:"''Ford mat given by H N Fairbanks, delegate ; a new room has been added coHt more than 1500 nor a business .

mpton. Graham will will be required to move there Bradford County because of Its ed. "The rate Is also high among from the local club. at the rear of the Clerk's office house to exceed $9.000.:
,,rooker, Soldiers which Is used as he private of.
without further delay, Dr. Ford Of this amount. 934.927: was
Camp Blandlng and fice of City Clerk Call John,
t said
ople at Reno, according yesterday Streets Resemble Miniature Golf while still another room has bi-en for i-cslilences; $156,700: for "In-
"W. T. Clute will soon be given Plans Discussed i ; ,,"
ratlon- tltutton $24TOO Health Center -
Sdwards: county added In the hall In which water
atlon director a permit with the State Board of Dublin's 'Rocky Road'All To Reappear HereV. and light bills are paid; and $131,000 School bulletin $1-

Health to operate his trailer camp 000 for J. T. Qulgley's Gospel
of the shades have been In-
mith, chairman that the a mile south of Starke," Dr. Ford Starke citizens are delightedat To Raise Funds T Clute, realtor, announced stalled.blackout Tabernacle) ; leaving a balance of
states
board car or a continued. "So far he Is the only and thankful for the many J!Monday the lease of the 100x100- No one need feel ashamed to 122,942: which wa used for some

a passenger one who has applied for a per- physical Improvements in the city root lot on the northwest cornerf usher distinguished visitor into type of business building.
application
his
fills In since Camp Blanding. But :
mit. every
an A book If he has a rose has its thorn and every owed : For Health ClinicsA :> Call and Weller streets (Just the City Hall at Starke, Florida. Building. permits for the wholeof

I D book If he rides a has Its bitter. At least those I cross Weller street from Blan- last year totaled only $36(1.399(

If be thinks he needshe Market Report were the sentiments expressed by large delegation of men and I ting Center) for the construction! Center when$173.040 there for were 1940 no; $35,373 restrictions for;
asks for a supple- Blanding
Chas. A. chairman of the
Darby
women from all parts of the miniature and
Filld ':)(. a golf course 1039; and $10,035 In 1938,
aollne application. street committee I In dlscusplng I'
County met with the Board of
It to the Ration- I he: Installation of a photograph
mall Shows ] the situation after Tuesdaynight's County Commissioner Monday,
$111,122Sold Aids Tower
I boot1and other amusement
Council meeting. requesting' 'an Increase In the Stolen
1 booths. The date of the lease $200
,nyc a taxi, truck, fleet Many holes and other rough amount appropriated to public I ,
15 and forpel'lod
will start August run
buses or need gas fores YearBradford places have been left In the health work during the coming "Very noon action will take
During of three with
light plants or whatgo streets where the men are laying year. During the discussion a I :i years an the place of words! ," H. A, Call- Soon RecoveredA
I option of two more years at a ,
to the registrationget sewer and water pipes, Mr. Darbysaid. community chest ifor the Countywas rental of $100 month, Mr.\ : ton, chief airplane observer for
per
your application. County farmers sold The contractor will fill all suggested ae.'means of supporting : Starke, said yesterday In discussing -
lute paid. Any time during the
I and mail it to the approximately $111,122.49 worth of them up later but right now the County Health Unit. I term of the lease the lessee has the progress being made In rapid shifting of the "coin

of produce through the State the city Is doing the best It can IL wax ilecideiUto Investigate the I lhe privilege of purchasing the planning the building of ait observation of the realm" from one person to

ith warns that suppleand Farmers' Market during the 12 to make the streets passable. It possibility of financing the UnitIn property for $8,000 The busIness tower and the settingup another, a" well as quick chang-

C books will be months ending June 30 accordingto coats lots of money and money is this way before the 19I2-4S I Is expected to open around September of the post on a 24-hour-a-day Ing of scenery from homo to jail

o i obtain, and that it a report by J. B. Gardner scarce, but these defects In the budget Is finally adopted. 1. selied uie. Jail| to home and then back to

well for motorists just manager. 1 streets will be remedied just as In his appeal to the Commissioners After considering three different Jail| again on the part of the cul-

own to the realization A total of 11,095 hampers of rapidly aa possible. The garbage for a larger appropriation Joe Slstrunk owner, has restricted types of towel'S which mightbe pill, was witnessed Tuesday when

aslc ration book A Is green beans brought the farmers trucks: are working over time and for this County's share of the use of the property used, perhaps the bent possible Mr. O. W. Alderman lout $200 In

only one they may reas- $14,307.65; 1,512 hampers of lima before long everything will be in the operating expenses of the In that no beer may be sold nor decision was made. The construction cash from her home on North

xppct and that they beans> brought $2,863.35; 7 tons apple-pie order. Bradford-Clay Unit for the en- any gambling Indulged in on the of a tower in Its entirety Walnut street recovered the
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well plan to reduce of cabbage brought $82 50> : 5,105 The city Jail will soon be en- suing year. Dr. Mafcolm J. Ford. property during the term of the "from the ground up" was money and had the thief a for-

ng drastically for the standard crates of green corn larged and improved also. "In Director of the Unit, raid: leane. Harold Cohen and associates considered; the using of the courthouse mer maid behind the bars within
York and Miami
of New are
lonths pel'lod.Transacts. grossed $4,883.44; 365 hampers of the very near future,'. it was stat "The State and Federal governments tower was also considered; 15 hours.
leaiees.Starke
cucumbers brought $513.50; 45 ed, "a rigid fire Inspection will beheld are Insisting that local the and the readability of erecting a According to Mr. Alderman, I

tampers of okra sold for $83; 1- in the business district of agencies assume more of the bur- small tower on the roof of some she bad prepared $20O for deposit I

102 hampers of field peas brought the City, and everybody should den of the local health depart- Baptists building. The last-named Idea has In the bank, leaving It in a j I

e Business $1,355.25; 13,724 pounds of pecans -: endeavor to be ready for it." ments during the years to follow. To Attend AssemblyThe prevailed, and the best possible desk drawer In her upstairs bedroom I.

sold for $1,409.12; 6,608 They hint at withdrawing their place has been secured-atop the and had gone downstairs :

tard' of County Commisi tampers of,'peppers yielded $2- Mountaineer Band support In counties where Insufficient usual: large group from 'new Standing Center at the corner between 8 and 10 A., M.: When she

i'regular,meeting :Mon- ttO.85; 2,479 hampers of sweet Interest but been 'shown. Starke' will attend the annual ..ot. Call and Weller' streets. returned to her.t'room the $200 .1 \

ed to-purchase $100,000 potatoes brought $2,188.03;' 858tampers At Silver Springs Bradford CouniylfV'hare In the Baptist Assembly at Stetson University right on Road 261. together with some $8 or $10 I [

War,Damage .a of -Irish potatoes sold This Week-End maintenance of,;the cooperative In DeLand. The following The proprietors-Gene Connell "church money" she bad nearby

umy courthouse:/, county for' $1,068; 3,050 pounds of rutabagas Bradford-Clay Health ,Unit for have already registered for the and Joe Arnold-fhava graciously was missing. 'I

>ie Health Center build- brought $61.00; 459 hampers Silver Springs, Fla. (Special) the ensuing year should! be $4,000.' ten day meeting which opens on consented to the use of their fine In working on a clue the only
will
be
and
of squash sold for $481.90; Don Flynn and his "Rambling The following points are given aa Tuesday evening, July 21: Clarlse property, the tower thing she could figure out was the

lowing names were 2,793! 3 -plnt crates of straw Mountaineers", raid! to be the reasons for this appropriation: Thomas Alice June Harding, built In harmony with the archi- brief visit of her former colored

rom the pauper roll beck berries brought to the growers finest hill-billy band In the U. S. (1) Failure to give sufficient I Sellta Sparks, Josle Skipper, Sara! tecture of the building. It I. maid, Geraldine Greene who bad
work will be startedat
of funds: Mrs. Daisy $77,171.20: ; 230 bushels of tomatoes Army Air Corps, will play an financial support may result In Barefoot, Caudle Hazen, Nancy hoped that worked for her "off and on" attica

Mrs Cordie demons, sold for $240; 1.153 dozen hour's concert at this attraction 1 abolishment of the unit; or the Lightfoot. Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot, once and brought to a speedy Christmas but who had not been

ward, Liza Hall, and bunches of turnip greens brought next Sunday/ afternoon, July 12, I replacement by the Federal gov- and the pastor, who Is on the conclusion! so that 'the war be effortof started with her for two weeks. WhUe

ws. A letter was rein 1929.20; 790 watermelons sold for starting at 3 o'clock. The bandIs ernment with skeleton force to faculty to teach one of the largest spotting planes might she was In the kitchen u washing
without further
Hon. Kenneth Vander $212( ; and 5,000 strawberry plants made up of men from MacDlll deal only with. the health of the classes at the Assembly In "Out delay If dishes, the former maid came by
In the meantime carpenters -
actor of District No. 5, brought $112.50. Field at Tampa. soldiers and sailors. Thin has already lines of Bible History" workmen any wish and told her "goodbye," that she
other
Velfare Board offering For the week beginning Monday occurred In Florida. The In addition to those already or was going to New York So certain -
The concert, as usual free to to volunteer their services In the
ster' tbe County's paupe? July 13, Mr. Gardner thinks there Army health officials having no registered more will likely decide was she that Geraldine had
with
the public Is In keeping of the tower if
,
building ; any-
w'. pension fund at the will be a light quantity of green agency with which. to deal directly to go before the opening day. gotten the money, that she called
Silver Springs' policy of offeringan desires to donate materialor
of the In health matters will be body O.ndreu and had him
Board. By a corn field peas. baby limas okra The attendance from all over the Sheriff A.
outstanding attraction for Its cash: and if there are others
>I vote the Board decided and pepper in fair to good condition patrons and friends every Thurs- forced to use their !'off iimit"authority ; state will be somewhat smaller who will help out in the aircraftwarnin& go> out to her home In Reno and
this often' not only for her and her' to Jail.
method of more has arrest bring
caring at
good prices. day and Sunday until further than usual, but the program service, please see Mr
,
:ounty needy after Oc- notice. the individual establishment but I not been greatly curtailed and will Carlton at the Bradford County According to Sheriff Andreu

for the community as a whole. be to she was aU packed and ready to
942.Wss Farm Land up par.Services Telegraph call him *t 29.,
The Mountaineers"are ,
"Rambling financialblow
received from the This would be a great will be conducted as grICe searched all of her suit-

orks Agency Defense 1. In' Bradford County heard every, morning over to the county. local cfibrch eases and when be took her to
the Baptist
usual at
rks Division WFLA,at Tampa, and the organ- "(2)) With the greatly increased Some Will Close jail be bad the maid undress herand
to the ef- the tor speaking -
Above State AverageBradford or next Sunday, pun
the ization Includes seven top-flight Interest In public health among search her thoroughly. He
'The Some Won'tThe
county-city Jail proven at the morning hour on
musicians each veteran of the
a aretending
the American people they stolen
found trace of the
placed in a defenseon. County bad a eaterpercent.ge Human Harvest" and at the even- no. '
entertainment world. more to nettle in communities of the business and so late In the after
of land in farms In Ing hour on "How Do You Like greater percent money
r a Ray Hamrlck, the fiddler has whose food and water ?" houses In Starke will observe noon, after she bad cried and
was received from HJ. 1940 than the state average, Your Parents
'with Parker and supplies and sanitary facilities her Innocence -
d appeared Curtey Thursday half-holidays for the prayed and protested
eva of t hit. State Plannln B 0 a.r
Railroad Florida
"n of the Radio Zeke of radio fame, while are guarded by an efficient health balance of July and the month of he' let her out. About
to the effect that of U. S. Bureau To
] Plans
analysis Open
mslon reveals. jimmy Nichols guitarist, was department. This is especiallytrue August t. It was decided this week. midnight however Mrs Alderman .

er of was bus Investigating Census statistics 901 farms: covered with Hank Penny and his Radio with Industries who figure New Ready-To-Wear The dry good stores the 10-cent being convinced that she

and service for The county's Cowboys for several season' closely on time loot by highly stores the hardware store and the wa the guilty person' called the
that 29.9 percentof I
or
advised the Board 56.068 acres Two Florida boys-Jake Royalof skilled laborers. Miss Minnie C. Bessent, who Eastern Auto Store were to observe Sheriff and had him arrest her.

"gallon. of the result of the total land in the county of Lakeland and Guy Atkinson of "((3)) A health department many years ago operated a store the half-holidays yesterday This time, In looking through a

It seems that, compared with a state average Winter Haven. play the guitar guards against epidemics of disease near J. M. Alvarez on Call Street ,(Thursday), while the various pile of old pasteboard boxes.

building of the news 24.0 percent. 625 of and harmonica respectively. Both which: leave widows orphansand will resume business In Starke beauty parlors planned to begin shoe and other debris the Sheriff 4

'ampton have not been going Full owners operated,.' 18 managers are widely known among .'hoedown" Incurable cripples in their about August 15. opening a first- Thursday July 16, since they bad found a $10 bill sticking up

as formerly. the farms; part owne : audiences and dancers. wake to be- supported by the class ladles' ready-to-wear and already made appointments for out of a shoe box. la the box

Bowers clear requested the 1. and tenants 257. WSM's "Grand Old Opree" Is county ,welfare fund Though bat shop. Her new location will the 9th. was $2M. After that the woman

and grade a road Of the total number of farms represented in tbe band by Elmer this saving. to a county government be In the south space of the new According to the police who confessed, but said her aunt had

014.I State road No. 26i 760 were operated by white persons Branum of Memphis who Is the can be' only estimated, it Is building which T. Frank Landrumand have Inquired several times about sent her $25 from New York to

"0 Starke. -Green.. Cove .and 141 by negroes. vocalist and mandollnlst while nevertheless definite: .Merely because Captain J. W. Brownlee are Thursday afternoon closing, the pay her expenses Up 'there.
a d. averaged
<
'g "located said"connecting; I Farms >n the county butM- Ambrose Kennedy of Pheonb: ..uchspldem1ci'haP.eOt0C.cured having the Bradford EngineeringCo. grocery stores :will remain open. She had been living In New

eU on ,the west 82.%- .,acres 'rlth land and value at Arizona is featured on the electric -I does not prove they cannot ., erect near Carpenter's Drugstore York with! an aunt until a year

?, Hlnsoa40 acres .tags having aa average steel guitar. Don Flynn, happen here. on South ;Thompson street First Aid Class ago she came down to Starke and

tOwnship e, .outh. i $1.550: : per farm. The state aver-' former Yankee and Colonial network "(4) To Show how muoh Importance Miss Bessent. will handle"everything has been living with an uncle.

elat. Mr.,Bowers stated age ,was 133.9 acres with the radio announcer will be : it-attaches to the Bradford -. for the ladles," Mr. Needs More StudentsThe She Is now In the County Jail;
'ompletlon of this road value of lands and buildings .averaging Department
County Health Sheriff Andreu think she
"She but
OcMa
from
e Care Direct bus service Landrum stated Tuesday. the'
of class under
all the traffic $5,211. the Federal government gave outright of the first-aid Will plead guilty and receive herprison
rom for now offered hourly on Sunday's.bas will open with a full line
state of Mrs. fJ. D. Wainwright -
road During the 1939 crop-year County one of leadership
Bradford
to without waitingfor
be amashlng success fall fashions. For many sentence
UI1lty, po" released proved to a newest W. H. Hart
and that the which statistics were health center In the Jr., and Mrs. ,
year most the best "The Little a jury trial In the regular
the with scores of person, she operated
years
old I the U. S. Bureauof must opened at the American Legion
Starke-Oreen thia Spring by health center.
This
cities State. Fort Lauderdale, term of Circuit Court.
1ags of of them from from nearby Hat Shop" in
road acres at 8 o'clock
north Of the the Census 17,080 be maintained and this cannot be death of her Hall Monday night
it week. but after the recent
leman using every
fann the county were bar- the with about six persons present.It .
now In for
occupl- cropland done on the budget past father she sold her business and Barefoot Sells
Hardenbroolt could be vested and 878 acres failed.Of fiscal wao said that quite a numberof
year. be with her
the farms operated by full- Malikoff Away "((5)) The citizens of the county came to Starke to others) had been planning to Call Street Home

ard decJded< to complete owner 25.4 percent were mort Malikoff director of the have seen the department in action. mother. take the course but bad failedto

Ctlng road, and that the gaged. In the state 27.0 percentwere Louis They have- been told that attend the opening sesnlon.Classen W. T Clute realtor, baa sold
with the Camp
'-Green JWB-USO Is Equalizing BoardThe will be held each Mon- O. Wood. of
Cove Springs mortgaged. The average their maneuvers the program will be expanded In to Mrs. Savannah

abandoned north of the debt of farms In this class was Blanding boys in on North Carolina". the next year. They will be extremely Board of County Commissioners day and Wednesday evening at Miami. the P. M. Barefoot home

es lelllan farm: and that $581 in the county and $1,694 in "somewhere his absence from Starke, disappointed If the unitIs decided Monday to hold a the tame hour until the course I* I at the corner of Call and Cherry.tre.ta.
011 the During discontinued.' finished Those who still desireto Contract for purchasehas
POrtion abanIIVrecked the state.Legion. director of the curtailed or A. M. Friday July
Theodore- Tars, meeting at 10 ,
enroll should do so at the first been signed a sub tanttaldown'
and "
health.department
ea1vageel JWB. will commute (6)) A pays in the Clerk' office In theCou.nty
Jacksonville 24.
used elsewhereDies definite possible moment. payment has been made.
Meeting and Jacksonvilleand dividends and i* a part Courthouse for the purpose .
Starke
between or. "
I deal win be cloaed on
Mid the
'lllnn Tuesday""Adzerican means! have charge The ""second, men.." testimony to th.! Plenty
meeting"! 'floesdayj.Juy : In-tnU. connection receiving I yesterday. The Barefoots have
Legion Dr. Ford reported
:
real
Ynn. father of Georp : ,14, being the ''llecond I Free Postage Helps that duringtbe.pa.t .12 value of any fixed property by the County or On June 30 Richard Clover, already moved to the L. J. Greenhouse
I personal as Bradfordand
snd E. J. t la hoped that have been 8.427 conservation officer for on North Cherry street
Plynn of in July. > months there
Tuesday idea of perfecting,
died In order to get some Assessor of Taxes. or Union Countres. assisted his
hill Saturday In !the a large number of; Ixlonnalres how great a booA free postage visits to the health clinic; 4,570 ''I reviewing and equalizing the chief conservation officer In placing : Mrs. Wood also has the optionto
daught meeting. administered there; the corner tot in Case
1011's 1.. M will attend this soldier at Camp Sianding treatment purchase
the assessment.
is to bass In
black
CainelVU1e. Klngsley
10,000
He was 81 Among other important things Postmaster Fred F. Stump 439 different patients treated; 2- continue the Camp Diner does not exerciseIts i-
age not These meetings may Lake. On July 7 they also
and a whether or taken 1.820 immunizations to buy within 12 ,
native of It will be decided 008 blood tests option
receipt -
\\lnty. He Was will have a Fair stated yesterday that poetal against typhoid fever from day to day as long as neceeairy. placed 5.0OO In Bedford Lake and months. It is understood that
a County
I Of zum Bradford at the local postofflce were stated, and the Clerk Lake. These
the Adjutant It was 5,000 fn Hampton and lot
pioneer famwee and H. A. Carlton and diphtheria given: the Barefoot house
this this smallpox
year. for June advertise
$8.000 and
around Wela.kaflub
at the
to secured
JacksonVille at only was Instructed prepare fish were 5000.
attendance
nd had urges a full reached perhaps and 1,036 restaurant Inspections brought approximately ,
while they notices. PalaU
inea at 8 year suitable hatchery near
there for many the "hut" Tuesday night $23,000 to $25,000 In June 1941. made.

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1 r 4 dpi, The Bradford County Telegraph Japan A year or two may elapse between the f Florida State Farm oa&4 :

3 last battle and the actual peace treaty. During
ly
Established 1877 this period large occupational forces will be lly &*H. ouvler BRIDGE CLUB

MEMSlanFLORinAPRESSASSOCWON needed The size of the task! involved Indicatesa Mrs. L. A. Wiggins was bridge

force of 1,000,000 to 2,000,000 men outside the BIBLE SCHOOL club hostess last week. Quantitiesof
of and io r of "How to Win Friends
United States." A large number of residents lovely roses marigolds

NATIG'XEDITORIALASSOCIAIION: 'V; No one regards this prospect with any particular the Farm are enjoying the privi- zinnias were used throughout the 4IM Influent* People."

10.+ VB. of sheer necessity" lege of attending the dally clashes rooms Mrs. L. F. Chapman won
:. I* M ttl ew .____- Editor and Owner pleasure--It Is a matter of the Bible non-denominational I high Mr M. E. Crlner bingo.
whether we like It or not. And there is an amazing
school being conducted at the Mrs. Wiggins served CocaColaand
of opinion as to what must be done
KATie
SUBSCRIPTION unanimity
Baptist Church in Raiford. fruit Juices, sandwiches, potato
Yearly. '1.15; Si. Months SLOP- Eoth Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. Wlllkle who hold op- chips and cookies to her

posed points of view on many vital domestic Friends of Major L. F. Chap THE
guests.
i' Friday ana Entered a. Sea- Issues. see almost eye to eye when It comes to man Jr.. will be glad to know UNDERTAKE\ IMPOSSIBLE
fnbliKhed Weekly on Fla. America's role as stabilizer and policeman in the that he together with Mrs. Chap Mr. I* A. Wiggins and daughter H. V. Kaltenborn! You hear him on the air intL .

L 1i tad. Chap Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, post-war woild. Former President Hoover Is coauthor man who has been in Honolulu Marie and nephew Bruce, war news. You've read his books. He was born i

r l of a thoughtful r.ew book In which he too for the past year will now be Maxwell are visiting in Jackson waukee and he graduated from Harvard withw Ia 1
f stationed at Quantlco. Va. At ville. was private tutor for Vincent Astor .1
i i1, Blanding Shouldr' Be Useful argues that the American destiny lies in a kind of and traveledall.
present they are enjoying a ten Mrs. B. Hershfleld and Miss world on the Astor yacht.
j In America's Post-War Job internationalism which is tbe direct' antithesis of day furlough at the old home of Ruth Hershfield have arrived Would you like to know what he considers

our national attitude during the 20'.. Mrs L. F. Chapman Sr., at home after months the sera
spending some
e of Camp Blan- his success? I met him on the train
Ever since the establishment It will cost a great deal of money to police Fairfield, Tenn. with relatives In New York City. not so Ions a.

Q ," dlng, speculation concerning its permanency has and to rehabilitate a war-torn world. It will require Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Johnson Morgan\ Richarde made a hasty he gave it to me in three words: undertake the Imnn '

tI 4y' 1 been one of the chief Indoor sports of Starke and the maintenance of a gigantic Air Force, and and twin sons Robert and Reggie trip to G e o rgetown, S. C.. to As a young man he wanted to go to Europe, butt
in conversation not have the nor did he have
+ vicinity. Wherever two people engage of a very large Navy and Army. It will mean of Reddick have Just completeda bring Mrs Richarde, Jane and money any prospect *

if they talk long enough the question la that. In the Interest of world peace, we will have visit with their relatives, Mr. Henry home They report the ing it. So he undertook the impossible: he decided to"

!$I almost sure to arise: "Do you think Blanding will to forego some of our past trade advantages, and and Mrs. J.; O. Randall. weather not BO warm as here. Europe without money. He got a Job on a cattle bJ

i s j'iii ever be made a permanent peat?" dispense with high tariffs and other barriers to Miss Mary Joyce Bouvier of Sgt. J. F. Maran of Camp Blan- worked his way. He had accomplished what, at first !

The concensus of opinion Is that "there will commerce. But, it la argued the coat of doing I Miami Is visiting her grandparents ding and Miss Bernice Dobson seemed utterly impossible. >

ha ; 1 + always be something at Blanding-the Government this. gigantic as it may be, Is far less than the Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. spent the Fourth in St. Augus He traveled over Germany where he could !

i la spending too much money there to abandon it cost of fighting a terrible war every generation Miss Betty_,Jean Robinson of tine.Mr. language, but also he wanted to see Paris-the Pari/I/(j

1 ctrl, ? entirely later on". Most people also express the or two. It Is also argued that due to the incredible Jacksonville i s spending some and Mrs. James La Morteof Milwaukee dreams. No money and he couldn't m

opinion that the United States will never again production machine we will have at the time with Mr,, and Mrs. J. I* new York City and Miami French; but he decided to see Paris anyway.
of
and Navy down to tbe vanishing Robinson. were overnight guests Mr. He arrived in Paris without a cent in his
i cut our Army
; war's end our national Income will be so high and Mm J. A. Bouvier Sunday. pocket
point that almoHt cost Ult our freedom and is even that we will be able to afford expenditures which Mrs George Manassa arrived Mrs. F. W. Edwards and com- would get a Job! He would indeed, for he had to get

now making us pay extremely dear for such short would have been Impossible In the past. home Friday from spending several panion Mrs.' Moore of Melrose He decided to insert an ad in the papers stating fa?;
weeks with her husband in would do kind of work. The
BlghteclnenH. This of course Is a form of imperialism. But were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. any insertion of an ado,
i The announced Intention of the War Depart Its principal spokesman such as Wallace Welles Tyler, Texas and Is now at the K. Qrlner Wednesday. They will pawning his camera.

ment to purchase part of the land on which Blan- Roosevelt Hoover and Wlllkle, say that It will home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. go to Jacksonville shopping and He received one reply-from a company that war

ding In situated and the fact that the United W. G. Stringfellow.Mr. visiting relatives. him to sell stereoscopes. You'll remember those
f have little In common with the imperialism of the and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and old-It
States must maintain a sizeable Army to help past. It will not be baaed as was the old Imperal- their visiting grandchildren attended Mrs. Curtis Malone left Wed ioned things you used to look through to see enlarged
the world after tbe final would Indicate nesday to visit her parents at tures. '
peace
r police
Ism on subject peoples Instead, It is to be basedon : church services in Jack-
that Blanding will eventually emerge from more or leas equal peoples with each given full sonville Sunday and later enjoyeda Sopchoppy.Mrs. To sell stereoscopes to the French people when hen
i, status and become a permanent J. L. Robinson. Mrs H. L. not word of their
its "temporary" opportunity to share in the wealth and progressof picnic lunch at Jacksonville parley-voo a language, did seem tape
r.', fixture In the po t-war picture. the world. Beach. Parker Miss Betty Jean Robin ble. He took the printed sales-talk to a waiter who
lon, Mrs. Frank to
lr'' i; After tbe last war the American people were There are skeptics who doubt that all this Mrs. Waldo Pringle and daughter Joyce Bouvier and Lee Miss Mrs. Emory J. A. speak English and French and had him translate i''1

sick and tired of militarism and all that It In can be done. Even its zealous advocates admit Mary Elizabeth of Auburn- Bouvier experienced a Very warm he had the waiter drill him and learned the whole i
t I volved. Working 01the theory that "the war dale have returned home after talk by heart Next he started down the street
6 that it Is a colossal undertaking. It will be a shopping day In Jacksonville rID
to end, wars" had been finally fought and won Journey of economic and social exploration for : visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Tuesday. I doorbells. The good French housewife would star

i our government proceeded to scrap Its military which there are neither charts nor precedents' But Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Grayson: Smith amazement at the young man jabbering some strange

&, power with astonishing speed. A large part of millions of men and women believe that unless it M. Mrs. Sidney Dobson Mrs. R. and children Grayspn Jr., Joe guage which reminded her vaguely of French. Then
Markham and
1 l + : i { the Navy was scuttled. The Army was reduced to succeeds "the last best hope of earth" will be Crews have returned Mrs.from a John visit Rivers and Martha Clair, of, would begin to laugh, and Kaltenborn would laugh,,

,i IP 130,000 men-a smaller force than was maintained lost and a new dark age will come upon the with relatives In Dunellon. Tallahassee are guests of their Then he would drive into the next paragraph and n
} 1 fourth-class European The Air brother-in-law) and sister Mr. and would
? P by many a power. world. Mr and Mrs Sidney Dobson soon the woman buy.

a '+ Force was reduced to the vanishing point. Appropriations entertained over the week-end Mrs. P. E. Stubblns.Mr. Well, to make a long story short, he made $4,000tkt

for all the military services were cut to their son, W. .L. Crews of Miami and Mrs. Theodore Randall year. He worked part of the next year, then gave Km

I al' the bone, despite the warnings and pleadings oft Trouble On The Farm and their granddaughters Lois Tony and are children: Teddy and came back to this country and went to school again.

l 1 such fore-sighted commanders as General Mac- Statistics show that farm Income has risen Shirley and La Verne of Clearwater Mr. and Mrs.visiting J. O. their Randall.parents He told me that if some one in Milwaukee had p

k' Arthur, who wan convinced that another and rubntantlally during the past year What: the Mre. L. F. Chapman returned ously' said that he could sell stereoscopes to the Frod

t{ greater 'war was coming and said so to a disbelieving figures do not show Is that the farmer's costs Roy McMillan serving in the Sunday to Fairfield Tenn., when their own language he would have thought the man 01

1 j, nation. We withdrew ourselves from have also risen heavily and that such problems as Navy and stationed at Norfolk. advised that Major L. F. Chap Yet he did it. Mr. Kaltenborn quotes his Harvard p

gi'd, foreign commitments and pursued a policy of 100 labor are growing; steadily worse. Va., is at home on, a ten day man, Jr.. had arrived there. Supt. sor, William James: "What we do, compared to what

4 per cent Isolation. furlough with Ills parents Mr, Chapman left could do is like the the
Experienced help Is vitally necessary' on the Thursday to Join comparing waves on surfaced
,' The American people think in different and Mrs. W. R. McMillan. them there. "
very farm but In many areas It U virtually unobtainable sea to the ocean's great depths.

{,Il terms today. They, and their leaders. in both at any price. Workers have gone to the city r So the next time you are appalled by some task,
,
I parties, are coming to realize the Immense obligations attracted by the high wages and relatively short GRAHAM law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs into it, accomplish the impossible. It can be done, It

which world leadership will Impose on us hours of the war industries. By Sirs. I. C. Smith Roy Reynolds at Reddick. will have utmost confidence in yourself you can do itRoberts.
m r after, an well as during the war. As tbe United As
yet, no one seems to have a workable Mr. and Mrs.
i i Mrs. Ruby Chapman and children Skipper of Starke
States News puts It, after the war, "The world solution to this
4$ will be In no shape to run itself! There 'will that to problem.the It simply illustrates Kenneth and Carroll, of attended services at the Baptist time with Mrs. Kate Stub
contrary belief of
:I rr ) be the tank of policing and of putting on their everything isn't many city people Miami spent ,several days with Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Summers Mrs. Lizzie Dryden at8

,l >_ ; yl feet tbe 300.000,000 people of Europe. There will farm. exactly perfect "down on the Mrs. Carroll's-- parents, Mr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Seth Roberta of of Gainesville VIsited relatives visited ber son-in-law and t
Mrs. J.' P. Summers. Okcechobee Wednesday.Mr. .
spent several days
ter Mr. and Mrs. Him?
: Mr. and Mrs Grover Rhoads with Mr. Roberts' brother and and Mrs. Napoleon Starling -

THIS WEEK and son, Richard of Lake Wales shiter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. C. B. of Bell are spending: some ling last week.

IFI\ I IN THE WAR returned .to their home Sunday ...............""" """ """ """ """ """ """ """ """ """ """="""=""" .'...rr..........=.....nnnnoC104.. .....--';:-';:-;---
t. Mrs. Rhodes having spent sometime

i'r !',,' 1 ......k.fA made aummar available of Information il on the Important development. or the with her parents, Mr. and AUTO PARTS I QUICK SERVICE AND SATISFACTK
hy official .
'In
]' )4 I;, Reports. Wuhington D. C.) """ the Office of Government Mru. R. M. Johnson. Mr. Rhoads I USED TIRES. (WE HAVE

in i. SCRAP SALVAGE came up for the weekend.Mr. MOTTO
excess of 1,800 miles a and I YOUR SIZE), GENERATORS IS OUR
the
year by FHA offices and by NHA
The WPB and Mrs. C. J. Frazier
eald a new and that he has formed a car-eharing and WPB regional offices. NHA were AUTO GLASS CASH FOR
greatly intensified campaign to business visitors t o Gainesville CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY
club. S-l and S-2 books for .
c-: administrator Blandford Issued DrinL
!
a
; Cold
4 Orders Sandwiches
salvage Monday. Short
I, u .. scrap materials will be trucks taxis, ambulances and simplifying order 16 CONDITION. ,
formally opened July 13 because government vehicles will empower Rev. L. G. Hemingway of Made Pies
contain And Delicious Home
? qualified creditors or lenders to
K the only way the U. S. can meet 96 and 384 Starke filled his regular appointment Used Autos $YS:>> up *
the material coupons respectively, decide whether a propo eJ remodeling S
requirements of war4r' at the Baptist Church Sun
ui each coupon good for five gal project is "war housing ,
l' production Is "to'collect every lons. day morning and evening. HASKINSAUTO
last bit of from ," thus exempting tbe project I I Luncheonettksas25252ssras2s525ss2S2S2
scrap every farm A & A
and home and from Filling stations may give pre. From credit restrictions set up by Mrs E. Strickland returned to PARTS
enterprise and every commercial ference to defense workers trucks the Federal Reserve Board. her home Saturday'' after spending .,! North of Town on Road 13

i, ,;t in 'the country." The hon Industry and and ambulances after posting notices ARMY EXPANSION" several days with her son-ln- ;

steel Industry has raised about to that effect, if their supplies I President Roosevelt
91.SOO.OOO and the are insufficient to meet all signed the I .
glycerin In. \ '
$42 billion
6r demands OPA ruled. The Office Army Supply' bill for
+ i' dustry about $500,000 finance I fiscal J943. The War t.., ,
r, national suspended deliveries to 64 filling' Department
to
t scrap collection advertising the Board stimulate said. stations in New York. New Jersey 'I said men of minor now In Class 1-B because

s The Farm and Pennsylvania bringing to physical defects
Implement
1
Industry will be Inducted
into limited
> has offered to assist the 78 the total suspensions for alleged military
r country's l service under a regular quota
12.000 state and local violations of rationing reg. I
r y- committees In the salvage ulatlons. The OCD asked 3,000 system In order to release fully
collection
of
qualified soldiers
rural defense councils in the East to for duty with
s rap. Mate I rials
to be task forces.
;,ti sought In particular establish machinery for bringing Only' those 1B's"who
are Iron and
are able to bring to the
a ''i' steel, rubber and waste fats. automobile owners together in
army a useful vocation which
car-ebaring clubs. 'Tire and tube was
The Rubber Scrap Salvage campaign for followed in civil life" will be called -
quotas July were Increasedover
iY}; will close at midnight July .
June to 'take of
care greater
i't" b, .10.ministration The Public Buildings Ad. wear during the hot summer Services of Supply Commander

reported 15,000 months. So me r veil said the army will
j pounds of scrap rubber 'Were sal reach 4,500.000 men by the-middle ,

vaged from Federal Buildings THANSFOBTATIOV of 1943. The army food bill in

:t "during the first two weeks of thecampaign. Transportation Director Eastman 1943 will "be $1.300 million he I

9 The War Department banned for the duration all said. Beginning July 1, the CAA

,, said the Army faces a 250,000 ton automobile midget car and motorcycle will train 13,000 pilots for the

: rubber shortage by the end of racing meets .effective July Army Air Forces enlisted reserve

; 1943 but present plans do not Include 10. He also asked that State and as gilder pilots, airline co-pUots, I
; military requisitioning of County Fairs be postponed for service pilots and pilot Instruc .

civilian tires. the duration to help relieve th tors. Men between 18 and 37 are
eeligible
RATIONINGPrice strain on transport facilities. .
ODT postponed until July 15 the I Selective Service Headquarters
Administrator
p Henderson date which said local boards
said on over-the-road carriers should segregate -
r extra consumers may! purchase an will be required to be loadedto registrants into four catego-
two
I pounds of sugar between at leaat 7 percent capacity fro ries and call them to service In N
July 10
and
August 22. in
i '{ ;I' Addition to the basic return trips and on which tank the following order: 1. Those
-a-week half-pound- trucks will be limited to one delivery without financial dependents; 2.
ration. He
East Coast said the new dally. The office reported Those with financial dependentsother

.gasoline coupon system for the majority of milk dealers have than wives or children; 3 -l
rationing will
fraction of grant a put their deliveries on an every- Registrants who married prior to
a gallon
'than more per week other-day balls and have reduced December 8, 1941 and who are
temporary A cards but the ,
t i conditions! that must be mileage by an average of 25 per- maintaining bona fide family relatlonships .
,. 'obtain met to cent. The office authorized its 51 ; and 4. Registrants who
.y supplemental
i the' rations under I field offices! to begin action Im- have wives and children or chit
permanent \
d1;. strict that most system motorists are so mediately upon applications for dren only with whom they main
i :r have to will special permit. under the truck tain bona fide family relation _
get along on the min conservation ships. f
regulations.
imum. Motorists register for A
'
books on July 9, 10 and 11. lIOt'SINO NAVY EXPANSIONThe ,, "" -

:+ is The OPA announced: that plans FHA field offices resumed the I Senate passed and sent to e \ "

for permanent gasoline rationing processing of applications for I the House a bill authorizing: the
/
1 for the East effective July 22 priority assistance In h I Navy to increase the
t e CQnstructlon size of the M> > VV
J MK S B SH S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S BBS BBS BBS
JiJ B B PlBB B BJSSBSlB S SMiBiaBMSBS S sMsWsMBBMBMSWS BBS"* '
1' provide all passenger car owners' of privately! financed U. S. fleet by 1900.000 tons at an -

are entitled to A books based on homes for war workers. Processing estimated cost of 18.500 million You sense In Ice-cold good punt-
Coco-Cola thing that Is
:':i 2.890 miles of driving a year and was suspended late in May. The program will give the navy a a

m.4 containing six pages 0 f eight The Agency said a new simplified total of 5.650,000 tons of combat wholesome odn.SS.
Coupons each-each coupon worth procedure comb Ines preference ships, far in excess of any other drink with the quality of genuine go

r four gallons. Application for rating applications for the elec navy in the world. The President Coca-Cola dleavd

9{, b supplements rations may be filed L tricity, gal water and sewer! connections signed legislation autboritlng 5 F, delights your taste,! gratifies your thirst an

when motorists register for A of proposed war housing a 25 percent increase in pay for

'' ', books on July 9, 10 and 11. la project with the corresponding naval officers assigned to submarine you happily refreshed.

d order to qualify for supplemental applications covering the housing duty and providing a $5-

Mr B or C book, a motorist must Itself. The Joint applications will an-hour bonus for navy divers engaged You trust' its quality. SOUUD UND" AUTHO.ITV. OP trig COCA.CO' toMra/tr I"

prove occupationaldriving to in be processed entirely In the field ia hazardous undertaking, STARKE COCACOLAPAGE BOTTLING CO


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'. JlLY JO 1943: c BRADFORD COTJNTY LFGRAPfl. STAIiKR. nLORTOA. .
ft.4 ..".."r4 ..._..n..._,._...


Russell ] In full. In addition every pastor EVERGREEN .'. ...1..., and Irving Z..In. IH".k. I
KayTOO In the conference baa receivedhis I Miurkv. PIta.

KL Y NEWS ANALYSIS Rubber Hunter salary in full (Perhaps there fly 1\11'I. F. A. KoalerMr. Ftnrllll4hl.At rt t.. .r. 1c.IHih.. Hrailford tiny or June.County\tti. S

LATE la some connection between thewe .<'*. Cecil Day of Haines City &.1' 4l 7-10

Defenders Turn on Axis Armies two facts.) All Conference financial Is. visiting her parents. Mr. andMrs. IX ..I1..I.r .;;l'HT, It.. tllFOttltCltl

pt TO CLASSIFY obligations have been met W. T. Brnnncn.Mr I 'NTV.. ......IIII>\| 1% \.S"\I: .
I Kilt.lill :
for Middle East in full and 3,332 persons have William .al>.lll llddun Mlnxo Plaintiff.
few
A *
Control weeks of
RII'O I told Spears Hal-
truggle you I .
; been received into the Church on v. KIIKKII' Mln..ci, Hefniulmit., Case
about my convention with the ford returned t'> her home Friday No. XnttS. \
Smashed in Canal Old-Timor, the chap 1 met in the profession of faith with almost' after spending "IvCrawt'ek.. with """ <;R QP' PtTBUCATON, AND
Zone
\i Spy Ring ; every church in the Conference )' NO r1'r; 'I'U A 1'\1'\(
bus terminal who calmly suckedon her parents MI' and Mrs. \V. T. STATIC\ OK1 'lAIIUl' t..: 111".ne
holding a revival meeting! That' Hrnnnon.Mi, Mine.., wbu > S 1'wlilrncD la Un-
hit
Pool Aids ? pipe anj pronounced the
es' Wheat Famine Areas la a record o( which all Methodism known.
war GOOD. f ..s Bertlce Rosier Is spendinga You are required to appear on
be
can proud. I AUHtmt aril.' 1H43 In t h. abovnanivil .
I've thought a lot about some few days. In Jacksonville with Court and caimo, w....r.ln
DITO a'lI NoThraop1n1onuar. s2pre11ethe.rous.th.:, of the things ho said and I've Mrs. D. A. Rosier. plaintiff seeks. dlvori'*. Itraitford,
.ew. '.na1yI and lint n.e..rll gRU1SSd thl. Comity Trlrirrapli" .."..II' ..
_____ ..I III' new.paper.) WCTU l>iihli h thin
III"" talked with a lot of folks. GLEANINGS Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
by western Newspaper Union. The Pringle Uril-r In next four weekly IMHUOII, .
: old man wait right about the war were vlt.ltlng the tatter's mother WltnoHR my: hand and offulatKal ,

NAZI SPIES: ... making people "think." People are \'. ROI'T" OK TilE AUKS' : Mm. Dottle Grtffls, Sunday. 2nd at IM2tuh'V'IOIAI.! Htarkv, Klorlda this July if

,.5.;tRival A Clnik of plaId Court, 7-3 4t 7-14
mders Hit Hard FictionIn l9ItX'L5 trying to understand. All ing her father and sister-in-law i :

Is parliament by a 475 to 25 a series of dramatic moves' acrts of people: rich and poor, Tomb Inscription: "H I.on earthly an early Egyptian tenement Mr.( and, Mn.V.. J. Urannen a 1'\1 405 fllll-l-IT.....rFLUR'U'IntuiT.. BRtltFORf,:X (.MAN. S}f I:
confidence tottoMU matching and low. few days last week in Jackson
voted its the thrills of a mystery high was shattered beer C IItl. S.laik
by and wine
Churchill ; ville. Itithenst.ln. Plalnllrf. v..
best-seller
: Winston the United States Caribbean While normal conversation on and his spirit departed before It 1',1, h.r Kate itubenstoin, t'uf.ndant.
debate over the defense command arrested 20 the' subject of the Is surface C 550 Ni,. I0il4OH1 t
prolonged war was called for. l> C.IH4"I IT <'01Hr. Isle tupeitsslot >
reports from Egypt aUeged Axis agents and broke up' talk about the Aleutian... Tobruk Solomon (circa 1000 II. C.). .(' \'r.UIII"1 l\ I Ia ,:\I_ EH NOTlrtfl OP PUBLICATION Tl) AI'I'KAU AND :

| "at British imperial what was believed to be a Nazi spy Sevastopol or some other curl'ent'' "Look not thou upon the wine Odin'Kf'nnrtt.tH 1. I'li.lnllff. VH. Ellinlitth STATW OF $.Fl.URIt to Kill her S I
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reinforced from the Middle ringrefueling submarines and sup phase of activities down In their when It Is red. when it glveth Its Uniinotl. H..r.,,,.....t. .'.."* No. Rats l.aylon. Huheniteln Ml. ....... N of u m Haul b r Kat 4St2. ,,
flankof 2nl2.:
L truck fiercely at the plying them with vital Informationon hearts people) are seeking the real color In the cup. when it moveth OLtiiOR OK \I't'HMl'ATIOM) II llrnther. Klmhumt:I t. o n K Iiland r
Rommel's Axi. United City New York N. Y.
Marshal States shipping. L5 L5S to all this 11:,>'r".I TO AITIOAK
the answer carnage and itself aright; At last It biteth You ar> requIred to appear on h
I it. a.sault on Nineteen of the HT.ATK OK K1.0KIIIA C.>: KM: Aiiniiint ,
counter enemy agents destruction. like a serpent and atlngeth like hi't h ItitiinrM. MIUIM* roHldvitfH la .lid. U4J In t h. ahovonanmil
lUsh positions. were rounded up In a trap in Belize 1806 Kurt. 35lh: Klrt-fl. 'hattsit.a. Court and faun. wherein
Thinking people know that this an adder. Twiin>.. .. plaintiff seeks dlv..r. .. hr..<.lfoiil
British <
disclosed Honduras.! i "
same time it was The twentieth- Oil eyes a* alert for robber asa Isn't Just a war to "beat" Ger- Buddah. ((550 B. C.), "Drink not You .a... ritqiilrixl I to iip|>t.nr <>n County lH-der. In Tnlevraph heat four Khali puhllKh this. .S
ted States army air forceal a trusted employee of a labor recruiting hawk's are for chicken Petroleum liquor. that Intoxicate Annual Sid 11142, In aliov.nanmn Wlln.. wkly l>nuti
and
many or Italy or Japan. It isn'ta disturb &',,urt t ami .h"w..: nN my linnil and offlnlal
had un- office for auitt *
sir force planes the Panama canal Co-ordlnatflr cent I at Htaikc, Klorlit this July 5
-had Harold Ickes war to "save Democracy" or the reason. plaintiff' seeks .Ii"..'.... HrutlfurtlI'ounly Xnil 1942

a terrific eastern air Mediterran-offensive lice in been the Canal seized Zone.a few The days ear- I was happy when he spied this "preserve Liberty." It Is a lot Pliny the Elder ((79 JD..), Order In Tel..rn..h next four> shall wttckly piiHlMh issues thin. CU.'j-lt'l'"I.Clvik" of laid 8RAI.\ ) A. J. ThomasAs I II r S SIv ::
Court.
ul t the disclosed army 73-pooud rubber mat Inside the more than that. It is the prophetic "There Is nothing for which we WltiioNH lily hand .,iI official ccci! 1-3 4t 724iiifriT
|a. In one assault on Mar.mmer. that the leader of the ring door of the White House Be put at Mtaikr. KKirUlM, hits Juno. 14th., I
struggle between good and ourselves to more trouble than $42. ;:;:::
of Ben- was George .
supply port Gough; a British citizen told his chauffeur .
U nn
take It .. DFnnu
evil to determine whether or not wine an If nature hath not lOKKUMAr' I'1K"A.. J. 'I'ho", ...
jundreds of bombers rained who was a shipping executiveIn the nearest gas station to eea- givenus .\S ,MI.IB of xulil Court. 61141! < 7-IT I lIst NTl. FI.UHIllti |% C l|"!\i.
Eon down on munition dump Belize. tribute .. the rubber I civilization and mankind shall t Inc most siiluorloua drink with '1'. )KiunK. I Uuulrum, ""Hturk KlorliU 4 Kit Ulk.'I"lnlirr.1Kurt ,
drive. When vn. 1':1. r.-
pment concentrations. Details of the seizure of the spies asked for a comment ';continue to Inhabit the earth and 'which all other animals are satisfied. Ally fur l'it. I .ih pVii While
a
enjoy its blessings.Through ." HTATH] OK 'I.OIIII':1.l : ...>
rcementi of both men and were disclosed by Lieut. Gen. FrankM. House spokesman declared a a i\ C'I"C'.I'I' rot "'1'. mi \nroHitiMrt ORI>ER OP PUniJCATION AND
El I had strengthened the Brit- Andrews, chief of the Caribbean "There's no complaint." Goeffley Chaucer, ((1340 A. D.), "'" PMiiiinii i\ C nKilt. \\. \ NDTICM Tt> API'KAU
the dark days from C PootlNfh oik, Niiinli. :SH Comrn ,
defense Character and ,
command. shame
batUe.h
Eptian position In the depart .!<>.. N"n.'ulnllrr.. VR. Thtirn ItiHtr Street, Ilraunsclimelt, GertilOllY.
1014 to 1918 we fought "a : I
rested the fate of Allied war when wine comes In." N,,, nil.n. IX'fpmlnnt.. ('1\... N... 2044OHDKK )
and WHEAT POOL: COMMANDOS: to end war." The lessons that OF PUBLICATION ANDNOTHK You .tire reitilril to appear on S
Kin the Mediterranean contest should have William Shakespeare, (1600 A. TO AHrumt AimuNt Ird 1941 In I h.. above
East. Crucial battle area To Balk FamineWith Strike at laps taught us D.), "0 thou Invisible spirit of "HTATM 01"' KM. )KII JA lu: Thorn iiuiiixd. Court and caUse, wherein
of went unheeded. Hate Greed and Norman whim ri-Nkl..ni'e U I'll'known plaintiff I seek u dlvnrf*. Iirsd tnr.i
140-mile wide strip desert wine If thou hast no name to be (' .
.luulty Tvliraph Khali publish thin
the impassable Quat- famine stalking many nations Serving notice on Tokyo that the Revenue stalked boldly to the : Older In neat four wkly I""....".
>tween known by let us and the Mediter- and wheat surpluses taxing the Australians, the Yanks and the "Peace" table and drew the blue August 3nl. 1943 In th "Itbov I I wit lieNs my hand and official f
t marshes storage capacities of others, an Dutch were ready for hit-and-run prints fo rthe second World Abraham Lincoln ((1842)), ,icieI 4'i.uit iiiul raUH., ...'IICI'.I. liiplaintiff an e.'al,' at Htuike, Florida, thu. July
shore. ) HrrhN tllvorrw antl. I
vuntnilyof
observerl had doubted that agreement of historic importance to thrusts preparatory to the general "Liquor might have defenders fhllil. Krailforil roimfy. T.I.rR"'h l..- I I UU."I A I.) A. J Thomas
Churchill's position the future of the world's bread supply land offensive which Gen. Douglas War.Reason and common sense but no defense. Whether or not shall puMlxh Ibis Older I, A" Cletk of said Court. 73 4t 7-t

Minister became effective when five nations MacArthur has promised eventually. backed with Justice and good will.If the world would be vastly bene; In WllnvHM next four tny,werklv tiitml, IHHUPS.':.rot nfflolul I IV ..UK.t IT "-01 "'r. nil \. '.) Isisi''rv

signed a pact creating a vast Allied Commandos swept downon exercised on any one of a fitted by a total and final banishment cud at Htrtike' Klurlda, this July (I'I'ItW 1,01111"1 l, C ".,1\1 S (

international wheat pool. the big Japanese base at Sala- dozen occasions during the Inter- l from It of all Intoxicating l H'KlflAI"t 1542.. < SKA1.) A. .1. Thoinnn I."...& Armeiito Morano Plalntirr. :

Signers of the agreement were the maua New Guinea. vening years could have pre- drinks seems to me not an open Ah, l IMvik, iif ulil Court. 7-l; 4t ,.::1. T. rank l.uiitliuin Hturkff, Florida,
United States. Great Britain. Can Using the elements of surprise vented the present struggle. But question. AllY. fur I'lf. OKUKR OP PUBLICATION AND I

,. ada Australia and Argentina. The and terror which have made Commando each nation selfishly seeking Its Gladstone ((1880)), "The ravages NrtTlfM nV I\TKMT1' TO I I HTATIO NOTION OF FM TO>H1PA API'KAK Cn: Michael S

agreement, initiated at a Washington raids on Europe so spectacular own advantage unwilling to assume of drink are greater than n..I"'I': : FI"I'I 101 nMH' 111"1'0"Number 705 Fourth Avenue.

meeting last April. created a, the United Nations' raiders the responsibility offered those of war pestilence and Notli'H I IN ,hrrrhy under. Sivei I he that' 'thiindfrHlKnoil KInK "Htate nt of Brooklyn.New: York County, of S I

wheat pool of not less than 100,000000 ,- slashed through the defense screen up weaker nation. on the altarof famine combined." of Chunirr 2a.rii.( : K WH ,Y".I I You ar* required to appnar. on I
S SS 55S A'ts, of liii! I. will register ; ; : : A"I1..t Snl, IU42 In the I .ahovnuni .. I
bushels for the and carried sacrifice in futile
relief of faminein the Cardinal Gibbons "The
S away prisoner, booty hope ((1915)), flrrk of thf 4'liM'iilt Court I In is,14 ..il 1 Court and cause, wherein
war-stricken areas. It forecast and Information about the layout of that in so doing they might escape great curse of the laboring man In. for llrndforil l.'onnty, 1lui, Ida, the plaintiff ....k.. divorce and custody
PSSS International titl.I I thus flu mi' of / of ('h I II ren. Itradford County Tel.-
action of the
toward controlof most
one important Nipponese and prosper. I intemperance. It has brought: ItlHtidlna Tullora liraph shall ,publish IMe Order In
prices production and export of bases in the Southwest Pacific. Greedy industrial leaders) of the I more desolation to the wage under whli h w.. am engaged and nit. four weekly laeuee. .

bread grains after the war. Salamaua. on the Huon gulf lies world concerned alone with profits earner than strikes or war, or doing" hliHlnvni 1':. Cull. ut1X0 Ml., and KUndlnir Meal Witness at Hturke.my hNiid Florida and thle nfflHl July) I

-The United State i Is to provide 170 miles! north across New Guinea entered agreements drew up sickness or death. It has caused' Center :2nit 1042.OFFICIAL.

S 50,000,000 bushels of wheat or flour from Port Moresby last Allied cartels and went about their business little children to be hungry and "Htarke" ThAt, the ttrnd Hillil f'I bliMln('no"ii..t MM y, I In Florlita.owned Aa( L'lvik,: oC said BRAT.t'ourt.) A. 7-1 J. Thomas 41 7-i<4ix

to the relief pool and Canada and outpost north of Australia. It was recklessly Ignoring all else. cold and to grow up among evil end operated bv the followIng Inreiiti'il S

the United Kingdom 23,006,000. captured by the Japs early in March The little people of the world, associations. It has broken up I partleHtHuv Irf-vln, 129 )i. Call HI., <4U'sisies'rr'
These nations, with Argentina would and ever since the enemy has been dazed and bewildered followed more homes and wrecked more mark. "'1... ('KHV.Maricuvrlt. S :
MiarknraIror.l Flor.lila. LOal. Hall.
furnish additional supplies as need- attempting to use It as a base for their leaders over the brink to lives than any other cause." At. thin 2Uh.. day of County.linir. 142. "... Frank U. Hall. Defendant I'lalntlrf.Cane.lORDEIt'OF' .
ed on a basis to be worked out by widening their occupation of New 'reap their reward of "blood M. Georges Clemenceau ((1920)), e-2d 4t 717NOTICM N.. 111117. 5 I

CUS their respective governments.Agriculture Guinea. It has served as one of sweat and tears." "It i Is definitely settled that alcohol orla'rKsl'Io', TOIIKI.IX'I I NOTICE PUBLICATION To API'KAH AND i I

department officials the principal air bas..'for attacks Now the errors of the past are Is a poison; a poison destructive I'.ll: KKTITinlN >i I MH I HTATM n. PlxiriU to: Frank
Notice IN hereby Klv..n that the. I,. Hall, It. F. I). No. 1 at lion HA \
MINISTER CflUECLLbe : pointed out that benefits to American against Port Moresby. slowly beginning to make them of human energy and for ltndrNlKn' '. tinder the ...... Milford. Heluware' : I'S
wheat farmers would be of a long- selves clear. We are asking what this reason. of society as a nf Chapter Zmilil. '...w.. uf "I..lon.\I\ You arc rmiiiIrrd. to appear on
SCRAP: Ai-ta of 1941 will r...Inter A u*u.t ard., "W4I. I In the ahov. I
sustained. Facing hi.in term rather than immediate,nature. I our future offers-after this war. whole. thi. Clnrk. of the Clreult t'ourt In 050104 Court and cause, wherein S ,
i the most critical period The agreement will have no effecton I U. S. Wants MoreA Shall we allow those deep-rooted Sir Wilfred Grenfell ((1928)), anil I for ItrHdfonl. ('o Ii I y Klorlila.: plaintiff I eerlMi. .1 I v.'re. and cuNtodyof '
the flutltlmiN of Hullywiioil. i Child. 1
name llradfnrd Tele-
e fall of France. ChurchiU the 1943 farm evils Hate Greed Selfishness "Alcohol has wrecked more lives County
program calling '
"new and Intensified" ( uin<*ra anil Illft "pump, tinder which irraph shall putilsb thin Order :
(milled that Marshal Rom- for a planted area of not more greatly and the spirit of Revengetoagain i starved more children murderedmore w.. arc fna'MS'eil. and doliia' bimlnimM In next four weekly. Issues.' '
that will reach Into nt 212 Cull, Ht. Hlarko, llrailfnrilCnnnty Witness :
nand
program every niv and official
jnctonous drive from Libya than :55,000,000: acres of wheat and American home and Industrial prevail and set the stage : women than any other Klolldil. heel I at ?Hlark, Flurldit this July .i
ypl had placed Britain inperil" assuring farmers of parity returns.. plant for another and greater war? Or single factor." 'I'lnit' the Hutil bnNlnMN.. ,IN ownil 2nd. IHU.C".I'.IAI..
and Increase the flow of vital scrap and operalod. l the f.illnwlnit In. HIOAL J.
I >y ) A. Thomas
PRICE CEILINGS materials to the nation's war plants shall we Join In a true brotherhood ( Paid for by W. C T. U.) I t.r.etcI pHitliM<. .lnot>h .10. :/vln. An I'lelk" of Kali! .'''_''m 1'1.___7-2__41__7114I'iL'I __
while on the Russian front, : of nations to build a new
was announced by War Production
Izis had opened a new drive First Hole and better world ?
Chief Donald M. Nelson and Leasing
f while S C SNot .
ft Kharkov hand to
'
J. Rosenwald chief of the bureau of ,
First hole in the universal price
hUng In the of
ruins SevasUssia'i long ago Vlce-Presldent
Industrial conservation of WPB.
instituted the OPA .
ceiling was
last stronghold in the by Wallace pointed out that never .
made when Price AdministratorLeon The new program has a threefold I
had
highlighted what the again can we go back to our selfish -
Henderson announced that he objective'
termed. "an extremely grave policy of Isolation and nation. !
was "compelled to take measures
I-To collect metals and rubber allsm. He pointed out. Just as
that will raise retail prices of the other
and waste materialswhich
did the Old Timer that If this Into
{BUILDING : 1942 pack of canned and dried fruits will flow through regular channels be a good world for us to live
by as much as 15 per cent and possibly of trade.
t Break Recordsthat In we must do our part to makeIt
more. 2-To waste kitchen
gather up a good world for all mankindto "
American shipyards Henderson indicated that congress fats such as bacon drippings from

loon equal and then exceed was to blame for this, because of households via meat dealers. live In.Speaking.

(al I sunk by Axis submarines 3-To collect tin cans In specified from London the DEALERSservice
other day the Archbishop of Can-
ten in a report issued by areas.
airman Howard! L. Vic terbury expressed similar views

er3r
"The Immensity of our task, said
of the
(maritime and saw, as the only hope
commission whichd
Mr. Nelson, makes It absolutely
true brotherhood of man
world a
> that
] tons 60 vessels totaling necessary to step up the tempo of In which the rights of all are reSpected -
deadweight had been I "
MtL our national salvage program.
d 1 in June and that produc- and where a spirit of .

S i speeding ahead toward a REPATRIATION: good will and cooperation' replaces ,

t 900.000 deadweight tons afral if2; I IS competition and mnplclon. all makes

Nazis: Break Pact All the world must accept and
'
Vickery reported that 288 Termination of the exchange practice the Golden Rule. The TRA EDMECHANICS '

of approximately 2,344,000: agreement by which more than 1,400 larger powers forgetting self i

''ght tons had been delivered American nationals were brought will have to wt! up an international of and

rican shipyards in the first home from Axis territory In Europe police force and assume the cars '

piths of 1942. resulted when Germany withdrewthe role of "My Brother's Keeper" S 1
safe conduct granted the SwedIsh until the time we learn to "Love QUALITY '
'
fET SPENDING: I : liner Drottningholm which had our neighbor as ourselves", -

[ ft. Accounts : docked at New York with 800 repatriated This may all sound very idealistic MATERIALS trucksK (

Americans and alien refu and Impractical but nevertheless -

I President Roosevelt spent gees. it la basic truth and we

JOOO In secret emergency S The agreement for exchange of can expect no looting peace untilwe LOW COST I

1'ice' the war crisis became nationals held by the respective belligerent realize It. Vhether we likeIt .r

I" June 1D40, was revealed governments had providedfor or not we people of this earth r.

Counting which the Chief Ex- continued voyages of the Drott- are all subjects1 of the same Cre-

I Presented to .congress. I- ..t, _S nineholm under safe conduct until atorj Hi* W-Mven per cent of the total --- all Americans held In Europe and abundance was Intended for all;

cated e to the army the navy LEON HENDERSON Germans held here were repatri and His "Will" will be "done on YOUR CAR OR TRUCK WILL LAST LONGER IF YOU HAVE IT
commission and Federal earth as It is In Heaven" even

(enc)', the President said. special price concessions it grantedto ated.No reason was assigned for Ger ItS we who term ourselves "Chris-
and Its failure to I REGULARLY SEE YOUR CHEVROLET DEALERHe
farm SERVICED
products '
sums were spent to sup- many's withdrawal of the safe conduct tlan,," have long thoughtlessly
subsidies to maintain -
vote
government
ubv r.lve radio activities in but it was understood the chanted in prayer.It .

on with the German subma- price ceilings.Throwing down the battle gage to Nazis cancelled the agreement to Is well that the world leaders has trained mechanics. for years, Chevrolet dealers :
psig emphasize its "paper blockade" of both political I and religious' S
.. the fiery price official issued .
tant congress America. are beginning to see the light matehave had the largest :
among num-
penditures a statement in which he said He uses quality
2.000.000 for secret naval that the 75,000,000: appropriation Suspicion that the Axis powers and the "handwriting on the f

n L the Western hemisphere contemplated for the OPA In a bill ; might be attempting to get saboteurs -, wall" for unless man becomes internationally rials.' He performs oilservice ber of trade-ins and, therefore ,'
OO for purchase of Austral- amount or spies into this country In'' concerned with the I
passed by the house or any
>I for uniforms 8000.000 below the $161.000.000 be originally the guise of friendly aliens, causedthe I welfare of man there seems little operations at reason- the widest experiencein .

'lopment of air. rail and requested would cripple his agency government to institute the most hope for future generations and

a tranporution In Latin and mean "In short that price rent rigid scrutiny of passenger credentials -'little sense to the struggle In rates. It pays to see in servicing all makes and t

and $38.500,000! for con- and rationing controls are all placedIn ever conducted in any east which we are now,engaged. .

of merchant ship Jeopardy.. ern harbor. your Chevrolet dealer for models. Better have a

Mr. Henderson termed the canned Hats Off To Florida
NAVAL BASE: fruit price situation "inflationary" car-saving service because, check-up today. II

ry Explained and aid It constituted "a serious I MISCELLANY: f This clipping M from The Florida

hundreds threat in the battle being f.ught to Christian Advocate of June -. ..J
of American work- maintain stability In the cost of liv I 25. which Is published In. Chicago,
I The American
arked ncr to for toil Northeru Ireland ing." worker's MINNEAPOLIS pay check is now 34 percent Illinois: 'Jfc"- Originator and Outstanding % Jer "CAR CONSERVATION FLAW1 :

lIun on a msteris I "this is not a satisfactory solution. 1939 levels while his I "According to the best Information
project above \ 1
States long before the ," his statement continued: "It are up only 13 per available tOI the Christian
expenses
living
Cntry Into the world Is inflationary. It translates into retail Conference
as explained net gain of 21 per cent, Advocate, the Florida,
when the navy price Increases a burden that the cent- hold a record unique In Metho-
eat revealed in a family Income
a announced Ilant formal comQf govcsnment might properly assumeas it study was by Northwestern National Life dism. At the annual session a Torode Chevrolet Co. .t
Clperatlnc connected with the war.
erry, base at a charge Insurance company. Figured In few days ago'it was reportedthat
uardlng the This burden will fai; heaviest on
western
hel of cf the family pocketbook a every charge station and
terms
Larson IIrltaln Capt Wn- large families especially In the typical wage earner's family hat $30 'circuit bad accepted in full World ;
was placed in com- low income groups who can least Starke Florida
the month more now than In 1939. Service apportionment at the be-
stratec! '* a
Dew POlt afford the added expense. ,
I ginning of the year and paid It

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. jJ,111", \ :' :Miss! Doris Dyal be with after us a again year. In. .St Returninhome Augustine -' Fish Enjoyed And By Watermelon SoldiersAt Junior Club }Iernbef d!
CLUBS I
I and Enjoy
IJ 1L f :ilt..: ,; :\ SOCIETY Becomes Bride Wonder how St. the after Bare-18 USO, July 4th Banquet

Y' Of James Beatty, Sunday foots like Cherry The Junior
I years on Call? Saturday, July 4, found Camp a WOlDiIII'
HonoredAt
beaUtifully
Mrs. Gaudioso ,
Mrs. Bynum Perkins Miss Bethel Weds Miss Doris Dyal, daughter of soldiers again the tppaic1ed
Blanding being Guidon
Party In DaytonaMrs. Mrt Nona Brown Dyal Became Grill Be
Lt. WainwrightIn | routeto
University nllzen en
Honored At nard from Cliff '
of series
bride of James Beatty In aceremony feted with one a of enjoyable night The
the
gut'81.
Atlanta Ceremony j Says the sceneryIs Were
Andrew Gaudioso, who before Arizona
Sunday made
events possible a large
Bulletin'of performed by
The "Orange and Blue beautiful Plenty of blondes, banquet table
,, d I, A the University of Florida of Miss Rebecca Ann Bethel of her recent marriage was Miss night, following church services eh ? Freeman Register an' the cooperation of all USO unitsin presented with k
A June 26, 1942 carries the announcement Bemldjl. Minn., and Lt. Wllllan Alta Smith of Graham, was honored In the Pine Level Baptist Church. Jean Wade seem to be Starke. After theGentlemen banquet lovely c
<, }, j "j that Mrs. Ola M C. Wainwright, son of Mr. and at a linen shower given In The Rev. W E. Hall officiated, makin'Betty a steady team of It, these Saturday's celebration was l In went to the theatre, b
it h +M'' Perkins, has been elected to the Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright 0 f Daytona Beach on Tuesday night, using the traditional ring ceremony days Nice to see Charley the form of a fish fry and water- From 10!a to
I.a Executive Council of the Student Lawtey were married Saturday, Johns out again after a recent melon cutting on the grounds All arrangement Wet! '
1 Government for the oummer session June 27, In tbe chapel of the First June 30, by her slater, Mrs. Olin The bride had as her maid of Illness Glimpsed John TorodeIn surrounding USO Club No.1, affair were made for lie

j" of 1942. Interest Is added Presbyterian Church In Atlanta Craves. honor Miss June Parrlah, and town waltln' for a call to the Sponsored by the Woman's Ser- Committee under the tit
by tbe fact that she received the Parlor games were enjoyed, Mr. Beattys best' man was his Air Corps Della Rosenbergback vice Organization a committee hip of Miss. France III
if fr third highest vote on the campus Ga.The ceremony was performed at and late In the evening delicious brother, William 'Beatty. Other from dimmed-out New York headed by Mrs. W B. Sewell and
t for that office. She has been ap 4 o'clock In the afternoon by Dr. peach Ice cream and cookies were members of the wedding party an' "somewhere in Pa." (military Mrs. O. L. Beasley called upon' Dorothy Delavan.preSent) were:

$ pointed on the committee to help William V. Gardner In the presence served. were Miss Dorothy Norman and secret) Della's luffly blonde the ladies of Starke to furnish orio Abble Ma
( Harley
at l +'i revise tbe "Constitution of tbe of a small group of relatives Invited to enjoy the evening George Hicks ringlets should have' done a bit I potato salad for the feast. The Evelyn stump Boat

ltj r%' 1 ti eik Student Government.. and friends. with the honoree were a numberof The bride wore a becoming to brighten! up the ex-gay white i response was wonderful, and early Frances Opperman"
rq Mrs. Perkins was for a number Baskets filled with white gladiolI !- friends that she,has met duringher ,model of sky-blue net, and her way ; r Edna an' Dink Hart have 'Saturday afternoon the salad be- berg, Mine Lanier, Dtli&
: of years a member of the facultyof lilies and larkspur were placed frequent visits to Daytona. accessories were of white. She returned to 'domesticity after a gan pouring In-in tubs and son, Eloise Dees Intel
i' the B r a d f ord County High before the background of palms Mrs. Gaudioso expects to Join was graduated from the Bradford year of "boardln' out" .r. '. You'll crocks and beautifully garnished Emy Kelley Patrick Irene
School and Is affectionately and ferns. that banked the altar. ber: husband Sgt. Gaudioso, in County High School in the classof rind 'em at the ole stand on bowls. So much was donated clle Mitchell Mr,
known as "Ma" to hundreds of Paul Yopp, uncle of Lt. Wainwright New York later. 1942 and Is now employed at .Church St. Hear Miriam Guy that it looked as if the ladles of Guy Sale, Mrs, FtedO! ( ,
Bill
tI tIit Bradford County girls and boys. was best man and ushers Koch's Drug Store. will juggle pots an' pans as Instructor Starke were capable supplying I_. W Kemper P
Mruz i and
were: Lt. Edward K. Knitting Club Mr.. Beatty originally of Quit- In BHS's home eci dept. the entire United States Army if Kluppleberg, 1IJL
r t i Married In Lake Butlers Jerome A, Connor and W. O. Du- Meets Tuesday Evenings man Ga., has been In Starke for next yr. asked to do so. '

James Klnchen and Marzle vall.The bride was given in mar- the past year and i I. employedby Some-of the honors of the afternoon Ladies Auxiliary
evening at 7:30: the Starke Taxi Co. went to the folks
Each Tuesday men
s Starke June 28. brother Glenn H. Such has my curiosity
1 Howard, both of riage by her secrecy
ny Randolph Parris, Camp Blandlng Bethel o'clock the women of St. Mark's panting : Lucile Mitchell an' when W. B. Sewell and L. A. Th! Ladles' AiwlH,.

't'' al' la'4 and Fannie Belle Clark, Miss Marguerite Wainwright of Episcopal Church and all other James Bishop Kerce Evelyn Stump both ,In a dither Davis used great pots of boiling Presbyterian Church w
"a I ', Starke, June 30. 1 Lawtey was junior bridesmaid and interested friends gather at the i 1Joa. j over impending trips (to different lard for frying quantities of gOl- Tuesday' afternoon JUh ,
= Emmett J. Giddlngs. Camp was dressed, In a pink model with rectory for the purpose! of conducting Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Kerce of destinations) an' they won't'say den brown fish. o'clock, at the homeiy

( i, Blanding and Mildred Jones, hat to match. Her flowers were a Red Cross knitting Alexandria, La., announce the where! Freddie WImberlyhas Then came the watermelons will N. Kendrick MraKftB I<
t r { Starke June 30. sweetheart roses. class. birth of a son, James Bishop on all the other debbtes gnashln' such luscious ones are are grown preside, and Mit
The bride wore a becoming Miss Beryl Holland supervisesthe June 10. Mr. Kerce Is well knownIn their teeth with envy Seemsa only in the same soil that produces Holtzendorf will have *.,
Office 8 u p p lies. Bradford street length model of gray and work, and at present the class Starke having worked on the Colonel who visited In the "the sweetest strawberries the devotional, MIM
4g'' 11; County Telegraph. white, and her accessories were Is knitting woolen mufflers. Telegraph and as Camp Blandinc Wimberly'home promised Freddieone thin. aide of Heaven." Seconds and chell, secretary, hiliWhen
I Io Ir
__ white. Her flowers were red All women Interested In taking reporter for daily newspapers of the silver eagles that thirds could be had for the ask
roses and lilies of tbe valley. part !In this patriotic endeavor, during recent years, He is now adorned his shoulders if an' when ing, and the soldiers went for the
The ring used during the cere- are invited to attend the next employed by The Daily Town he was made a Brig. Gen. melons with the same gusto GY mony was the one worn by her meeting. Talk at Alexandria. ,She Jus' received It via air mall shown in devouring the flh! and
mother and her maternal grand- "Soon I'll miss: Martha Kaiser, other treats.

,mother at their weddings. who's leavin' Leila's to join hus- "And the band played on" for
After the ceremony, Mr. and band, Sammy, in N. Cahllna the Blanding men brought one of C r
Mrs. Yopp entertained at a reception Carolyn Callstreet Jane Cattle who'll soon be mlssln their own bands and martial
In their home on Piedmont ,from Frank's cash register same music stirred the patriotism of

Road. u reason '. those who occupied the special J

Following Florida, Lt.a brief and wedding Mrs. Wain-tripto Well, the. glorious Fourth has 'paid a visit to FSCW on his way _- bleacher seats provided for their Trevilq.,

wright will make their home in come and went, and if It weren'tfor back to Benning after three day's If you're bored with books an' comfort.All Anywhere I In All
Fayetteville,.,N. C., where Lt the calendar, I'd hardly believe leave in Starke. Nice to see movies an' maybe even your sell USO units In Starke joinedin ,
Wainwright Is stationed at Fort it,, Guess the ole rip- the T. W Olivers back from their why not join the first aid class? making this an Independence 'carry your travel map
Bragg. roarin', knock-down-an'-drag-out St. Simon home,, after .Mrs. 0'. Peeped through, the window Day celebration significant of the Amiriem
** i i Fourth has departed along with a too-long illness Ingenious, Wednesday' night an' what I saw Allied purpose in declaring that Eipnt, .
+Y m m / Kinchen-IIoward lot of other things-"for the du these Blandlngites ., One lad, looked like loads of fun as wellas liberty and peace and freedom Travelers Ckin|u

ration" No fireworks .. '? who Is takln'DO chance of get- worthwhile information shall prevail throughout the world Spendable rwnvtaeqi'
Miss Marzle Howard, daughterof Stores all open, doln' blzness as tin' lost-from' his outfit, bad .his Scootle Duke goin through a again. signature' idmtihuira. G>
.I.It
Mr and Mrs. II. H Howardof usual No gas or tires to get Insignia painted on his back with regular comedy routine, learnln' until used. Prompt trial
lost
A Brooker, and James* Klnchen, to Daytona or Jax'vllle Beach cold cream an' then got a sun to tie a square knot an'- then slipIt RULBD, INDEX CARDS-5x5: in convenient or stolen.. dcnwmuw Fotultta
t tl, r necessary All son of Mr and Mrs E. J. Kin- Oh, well Let's try to look' tan Hear Alice June Har out Bess Bums lookin' like '1 per M-BRADFORD COUNTY at nominal cost
y, I.l, chen of Starke were married at this thing philosophically 'I. ding Is already rating mall from something straight out of CairoIn TELEGRAPH.

; > Sunday, June 28, by the county Think of all the sunburn an' the boys on maneuvers her smartly turbaned head
;! baggage: ;j judge In Lake Butler tummy ache you saved yourself ''III bandage Not at all unbecoming -
i Mr. Klnchen Is employed by by stayln' at home Stemv the town Is infested! with Fannie Jones treat In' the
,n4 tbe Seaboard railroad and he and Jack-the-Rippers an' Peepln class to a thermos jug full of Ice ,_ GET mei
Charley E. Johns his bride will make their home in Not that Starke was entirely Toms i Four or five Irate lassie cold punch Never a dull f SPEEDY Sl/RE JWARBOstl.D
I Starke. celebratlonless The USO fish have reported hangin' clothes moment, an' refreshments will bea 1
l ( Agency fry was all to the good, although on the line to dry and returnln' feature of all future meetln'a RELIEF FOR AC/ZT '

BTAKKK: FLORIDA Robert William SmithMr. rather disappointing as to the ,later to find them slashed! to rib- ,, Incidentally, Grace Wainwright \!
,r +v 119 Rant Call Street number of soldiers present bons Mrs. W. J. Epperson an' I an*. Edna Han are won- \ MDIGESTIONCarpenter's *
{ I4;' ; Telephone '-. IS and Mrs. Junius M. Smith Guess they were all too busy getting Iris VanSickle among recent vic- 'derln' what happened to all those AS A PATRIOTIC
announce the birth of a son, Rob- off on maneuvers But tims .. .v. Left two brand new damsels who were so eager for o
MN.a.ntlnaN4 ert William, on Tuesday, July 7, those who. were there ate enough bathln' suits.out over night an'- another first aid clans Someof 1 I Florida Bank At S'
v THE TRAVELERS Hartford In the Alachua County Hospital,, for several regiments who weren't I yes, you've guessed !slashed to 'em haven't shown up yet, an' 1 1
Br I Gainesville. I' The girls certainly came pieces! k .- Piney Brown an' Monday night is absolutely the 1 Member Federal rM] ( 'jy4} r.tF I through with potato salad In Annie Mae Kemper report similar las' chance for en rollin' Comeon (J'irpuraiioiiMembrr

-n( 1t noble style All shapes, kinds. vandalism Then there's the girls Think how handy Florida Xalloul''
; is an' sizes Aunt Vida :Morgan guy (believed to be a soldier) that artificial respiration will be Store .
FREE ESTIMATES ON went all-out for beauty by artis- who keeps scarin' Church St. If your bridegroom should faintat Drug * *

tically toppin' hers with brightred residents out of their wits by the altar! So long, see you ,-
4'H Painting & Interior Decorating cherries A new wrinkle peepln' In windows Lock up in the next .
Course the inevitable rain an' look out, folks The ole Carolyn..
arrived on schedule time an' the gay Starke ain't what it used SPRINGS
SILVER
oeo jitterbugs moaned as dreams of to be! Young People Enjoy
a street dance went waHhln' down -

w' OUR LARGE STAFF OF EXPERIENCED Temple Ave. Very interestln' t1U1plaJn Dan LannlnR,; was the Waffle SupperThe INVITES YOU TO ENJOY A

AND COMPETENT PAINTERS ASSURES dance team: Ben an' Helen lucky winner of the $50: given home of Mrs Milton St.

YOU A COMPLETELY. SATISFACTORY Hear Nina Bishop thought the away at St. Edwards Church las' Peter was the scene of
CONCERTBY
a gay
heavens were pretty, rain or no Sattlday Add Uncle Sam's FREE
; ) PAINT JOB rain waltln' list: Vernon Silcox Rufus party members Wednesday of the evening Presbyterian-when

Beatty. Luclan-'Conner, Tillman Episcopal Crusaders for Christ THE
_ A few fortunate Hutto an'
:; 1 oeoQUITMAN souls managed Robert Jackson organization gathered for a waffle MOUNTAINEERS"FROlI1fACDlLL
to scrape together enough gaso- Unnerstand It won't be long now supper "RAMBLING
> :line to get out of town .' ; Not- Hear Southern Bell plans to FIELD AT TAMPA
WILSONGAiNESVILLE The
ably Grace an' Dot Green, Lll transfer Rut!? Simpson an' Mar- event was given In honorof
Sternberg R. W Reese Jake tha Mathews all the way to"Nor- Miss Dorothy West Jackson- ,

FLORIDA 'Christy an' Charley Alrldge, who walk; Conn. Have a heart, ville; Miss Lucile Proctor Talla- The South's Greatest Hill-Billy Band
1555 Onadaga St. Phone 718-JX did their celebratln' at Jax'vllle S, B. Can't you let our belles hassee; and Miss Inez Merrlday,
'I Beach Fran Opperman, Aline continue to ring at home? Palatka. These young ladles have SUNDAY, JULY 12 AT 3 P.M'Ride :
N,' 1 1S2h Lanier an' Dot Oler managed to Congrats to' Leland Sponholtz, been In Starke for the past six

I get as far away as Daytona rankin' among the first 10 In weeks for the purpose of working Hourly
i Beach, where they frolicked the U. of P.'s electrical engineering with the young people of the The Buses From Ocala

Fourth away with a party of college Julian Peek Jr.. plans Presbyterian and Episcopal
friends Freddie Wimberly. to offer his all to the V. O. C. Churches and helping them toperfect

>r a Patsy Keene Nina Bishop Sara (Volunteer Officer's Corps) their organization. They
( Harefoot an' Bobbie Cameron Inman Green, our new Marine, will return to their respective
I were content with a week-end at arrived safely at Pan-Is Island homes at the end of this week.

upp Kingsley Luke But most of with or with
V us Jus' stayed at home an' dreamed Kay Marlene HudginsMr. Picnic Jugs, in gallon size

$$47. about Fourths that used to Spoiled an' Jotted: Pretty dIa- spigot-See them in our window
be. and Mrs. Paul
mond Hudgins an-
that Dot White Is flallhln'around
hi'i STARKE on third finger left hand nounce the birth of a baby daughter Priced at $1.49 $1.75 $2.59 and up
They do Kay Marlene. In the ,
nay that the course of these days Betty (Stringfellow Alachua
t c true love never runs smooth, but ) Manassa back from a stay County Hospital, Gainesville, on
PROGRAM WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY. JULY IS I'm July 6.
much '
afraid that with
by the George
time
I Ja'Tyler, Texas Mena
two certain brunettes decide Lloyd Green's Bathing Trunks For
I w Sun., Mon, Tues. July 13, 14, 15 sylph-like, figure,
which CARD OF
is THANKSIt
to be the lucky girl, re ultln.' from his recent strug- sizes and qu
"The Bugle Sounds" they'll find their Lt. fllrtln' with gle with typhus'. Unnerstand is with most complete assortment of
1 the fishes! Hear Bob Wear he shelved 23: Ibs. Paul that grateful hearts I ,-
With Wallace Hudg- we wish to thank I ,
Beery, George Bancroft. Marjorie Main, Ins an* Junlus Smith our many
beamln'for friends
Lewis Stone who extended sympathy i assortment
the same reason, but different and kindness to us in We are showing a large
ALSO NOVELTY AND NEWS brands S'a girl for the for our I Ham
MARTIN bereavement.'
FISH FIN May God's blessings Eaton's White & Wycoff and
mer, a boy for the latter be with you all. ,
Sudden thought: Wonder what Paper Co. fine writing papers
u Wed., Thurs-July 15, 16 DOUBLE FEATURE PROPELLORLATEST happened to Charles Pender? ; Children of lire E C Parker ,

No. 1-"40 Thousand Horsemen" Wrote his home" folks some time SOc to $1.00 boxes
ago that he '
was on his way to .BUS. SCHEDULE
SEE THE FIGHTING ANZACS IN ACTION I Starke but hasn't shown up yet Leave .Starke
Northbound
With Grant Taylor, Betty Bryant THING OUT 3:40: A, M. 3:15 Eastbound: A'M. Have you tried a cup of our Mas'"

f No. 2-Uexican'Spitfire At Sea" FOR BOAT. !Mrs.. AJv. Knaey: uy that 9:45: A, M 7:3: A. ',M< House Coffee?
l With PADDLING lemon drops dissolved In tea will 1:40: P, M. 6:4:5: : P.'M. \I\
j Lupe Velea and Leon Errol kill 2:35: : ''p, of coffee, y
P -. ALSO NEWS two birds'with one atoneweetenin -, M. St. Augustine If you enjoy: a good cup
'a i> i : and also supplyin' the 2:45: P. M. -7:20 ,A. M'; bur fountain
find it at
lemon tang nX. should help solve 3:50: P. M. 6:40: P.' M.
r the 6:20: P. M,
sugar shortage If For Palatka
fr 4u Fri., Sat.-July 17. 18DOUBLE FEATURE The Fisherman's Friend .. .. ,SureJy4jvU miss you> brunette like It 8:15;: P. M. ... f f t

,A No. "Father Takes A Wife" Jane Schul*.,.returnin' soon to 11:15: p M.Jacksonville. '

her,hopiein Sanford after a apeD We Fresh Orange Juice'
With Serve
Adolphe Men'joji and Gloria Swanson of Camp commutlaf Enos Leave Starke -

,4 No. 'iL "Ftghtlng Hayes, Jr. (Ift.> now a B. B. B. Southbound Wentboond -
Bill Fargo"Starring 3:35: : A. M. .
SEE boy Barrage Balloon Battalion 8:25 A. M. r. .
Johnny Mack Brown Camp k Tyson. Tenn. .. :-.i 10:3:5: : A. M. 1:40 P. M.

ALSO, CARTOON AND SERIAL 1st Chapter L. M. GAINESFOR Jimmy Brownlee writes that It's Not 12:40 to P. M. 5:55: p"M'
so cold up there, the men Gainesville 12:40: A'M' Jch2u&or9Florida
don't
t "Junior G-Men Of The Air" bother to shave t ? Let their 3:3:5: P, M 8:25: P. M"
6-35: : P. %L
FREEDEMONSTRATION whiskers grow for' added ___
Featuring the Dead End Kids They're aviltour: hours warmth 9:45: P. M 8"25"A: : M.

I ,q+' 'lYnY'I' night an' 20. hours daylight at of Not to Ocala 8:23 p\\ M. Starke,

the present time Glad to Via Gainesville
Gainesville
hear the Paut Canova will soon St. Ocala, Tampa,
Petersburg -
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. BITS of LOCAL NEWSKoch I A ROUND LAW T E Y By HAMPTON II. B. Wiggins f



waa In Lakeland I Older citizens of Starke will be I Mr. and Mrs U S. Hutto had With F. R. Carradine Miss Elizabeth Ellnnd of Jacksonville I!1,
funerallong interested to learn that spent the week-end with
1. attend the I B L. as" week-end guests Pvt. O. P.
10 friend, Dr R. L. : Bugg, a former resident and now Hutto of Ft. Benning Ga., Mr her folks here /,

| : president of the Atlanta, Bir- and )11''', M. C. Wells of Jacksonville FRANCHISE CAl'SKS HITCH CITIZENS I'KOK FUNDS K.1PTIST rilUKCll NKUH: Miss Madge Gay, who Is attending (

i Carnell and tone 1 mingham and Coast Railroad is and G. W. Smith of Colum- The observation tower is com-I FOR IIKAL.TII CENTERA Sunday, July 12th- Mamey's Buslnens CollegeIn

st nley Gene,, of Ormond are the new head of the Southern bia, S. C. plete with the exception of phone delegation of citizens fromseveral Sunday School at 10 A. M Jacksonville, cum home for

L Mrs. CarInta Baptist Home Mission Board. Mr. Miss Jewell Presnell Is spending Installation. At the time that sections of the Countymet MOl'nlngVol'Mblp at 11 Sermon 'the werk-rnd.

vlaMr, and Mrs. F. A. Bugg has been a deacon in the this week with relatives In Tallahassee organization of observation posts the County Commissioners at Subject, "Covetousness." Mrs. Truman Cramer who has
I Pint Baptist Church in Atlanta In Bradford county was requestedby their regular first Monday session been In Hampton a few months
I since 1016.Sgt. > the First Interceptor Command Continuing In the eerie of mew- while her husband. was stationedat
is spending a Mrs P. M. Barefoot and Miss at the Courthouse In Starke.
vacation 8181'0n In Gainesville. and Mrs. A. K. Scott sent Sara Barefoot were in Jackson in Jacksonville, we were Representing Lawtey at this meet' this sages coming from the Sunday's Ephesian epistle will, Camp Blanding, returned to !
sermon
Edwin St. John the weekend. at Daytona Beach. ville Tuesday advised that every cooperation ing were a number of citizens Sedalla, Mo., Monday.
accompanying Mrs. strike hard
rued Mrs to Darien Conn., : Pvt. Robert Green 0 f Camp Simeon Phillips, who has been a I would be given,the posts. A full who were there In the Interest of, cause of this at world's one, if awful not TilE war. Miss H sel Townsend of Val. ; !

each visit In Starke. Shelby MI..., was the week-end patient in Riverside Hospital for I promise of phone service was i ii the continuation of Health Units' The real meaning of the word doata, Ga.. who has been visiting i

accompanied i by Dick guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. several daYII.MI' i given with .the resulting tower I in Bradford County. After IS, "rovetousnesw" I I. Misses Betty and Ethel Durling '
Adam Green.R. I being constructed. Upon the months In not generally; for a few days, returned to her ,
|who will visit In Darien and Mrs. Dan Bone werevisitors I 1 the service of this understood. Covetousness has not i !
W. Reese of Maxwell completion of the tower the home Monday. I
Field here county the Bradford-Clay Health
t t while I Friday afternoon.Mr. only to do with the physical, but Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Walters.
Ala. Command office In Jax was con- Unit has established I I'
Montgomery Clinics
Thursday spent the and Mrs. L. D. Green at
wn returned I were predominately has to do with the
ek from a three-week week-end here with friends in Jacksonville Wednesday of last acted asking that we be given Starke Green Cove Springs and II spiritual And thin Is what will Mrs. Ruth Bedenbaugh; and Mrs. :
K. B. Watterson in Jacksonville
Mrs. C. W. left phone service. It was then we Lawtey. It were I
Atlanta Ca., and left Savage last Friday week accompanying their son goes without saying be considered In the sermon. All I
week for Asheville N. for Parrls Wand S. C., and Inman who was on his. way to discovered the might of a utilities that the treatment of communi- are invited. Sunday I

expects to spend the spent two days there with her begin Marine training at Parris franchise. It has been proved cable diseases, immunization and This Sunday also Is "Missionary. M. L Brown of Watley, Ga., In
he his T. F. Brown I
visiting brother
of the summer. husband who is In the Army Island S. C. hat the Southern Bell T. and T. Innoculatlon for typhoid diphtheria Sunday" A young couple, labor- this week. Il
who has been Marine Corps Mrs. Adam Green does not take orders from The small pox and prenatal
Sheppard, Miss Grace U. Ing for the Lord In Chile, So. Mr.. Odrll Warren Mrs. Alberta
avy for the past year Mrs. Carrie Ritch returned Green, Jimmy and Judy Green S. Army, even though the work has reached a new high. America will be especially remembered hedge and Mr. Okle Wyatt "
Starke last were visitors Army says that civilian obeerva- This is something that Is far
In Lake
ew days In home Saturday morning after City Friday on this Sunday.Young' have been visiting their mother '
from afternoon. tlon of planes is the most 1m- more Important than all the defense -
brief furlough spending two weeks In St. Vincent' People's meeting at 7:30: Mrs. O. W. Hinson this week..
x>rtant 'of all civilian
par He Is the son of Hospital I n Jacksonville. Mrs. H. E. Tucker and Miss defense efforts effort now being made as P. M The Senior group Is just Mr. and Mrs H. B. Wigginsand 1
and
Is
| Mrs. T. H. Sheppard She was accompanied home by Bobbie Cameron spent Friday in absolutely necessary. to air warning towers observation starting a new source of 1 lesson soD, Joe were visiting In Mc- i
'road. This, If you have asked, Is why posts, first aid hospitals, ambulance
Jacksonville.
Jon tbe Lake Butler Dr. C. C.' Mendoza, Miss Gloria material, which has In just one Clenny Sunday.
(aircraft radio. Johns and Cllf Mendoza. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nelson! and the observation tower la not in corps and decontamination Sunday proven to be exceptionally f ti 1

md Mrs. E. K. Perryman Friends of little Margaret Rose family of Gainesville have moved operation.> Volunteers! are working corps. An epidemic of any| |Interesting. It has to do with Mm. Grace Beal of Jackson I IVlJlfl.
gratis, and gladly while brass of the dreaded diseases Mr. and Mrs Edwin Kills
their guests during Duncan are pleased to see her out here and are occupying the Sauls can ravisha Apologetics, o r Christian Evidences -
days Mrs. Perry- again after an illness In River- bungalow on N. Cherry St hats are inefficiently: making promises community. The fact remains In defense of the hymn and family of Georgetown S. C..,
they do not have the that It Is of came Tuesday to visit their parent
the utmost
and sister Mr. and Mrs. powerto Importance of
side Edwin Green and Inspiration the
Hospital Mrs. K. G. Duncan Scriptures. Thestudies
fuKill.!: <' that these clinics *. Mr. and Mr. J. .K. Adklns.Mliis .
C F. Sayles of and little daughter returned little daughter Patsy spent the remain In ate arresting and are Involving Gloria Waldon of Luke
her brother Carlyle home last week. week-end with Mrs. Green's parents AN EDITORIAL operation and continue to function the recent findings of

ias (I I Dr. W. E. Mlddleton accom- Mr. and Mrs W. S. Bran- While this column always urges Dr under Malcolm the direction.I, Ford of the Army. scientists and arch eologlota In City this week.Is visiting Mrs. Lynn Hall
Miss nen, Jr. in Lake Butler. presented a proof of the
1 Otis Barge, panied by his g ran ddaughter, cooperation with various boards to the authenticity of the Two shower last week one at
commission
paper and
Barge Mr. and Marjorie Sue Middleton of Jacksonville :Miss Carolyn Hutto of Colum- we take Issue with the arbitrary delegation theji Hlble. Everyone Is Invited to Mrs. R. F. Dyal's home for Mrs

Wllllngham, Jr., and and Wanda Pearce left bia, S. C., Is spending a ten-day statement of the state rationing why the clinics outlining the reasonst| these meetings week after week Juanita Dynl) Parker the otherat
all of vacation at her home hel'e.Oliver are necessary It 8:30: P. M. :
Regular
Wllllngham Evening
board to
for his as possibly refusing .
Mr
Tuesday camp at Piney gasoline was pointed out that the Ceo Williams' for Mrs
; left for home Mon- Bluff Ca.. Asplnwall Jr., of Columbus to those cars parked around of prevalence Evangelistic: service Continuing Klvle Blade Rlgdon.Mra. .
spending a few days at Ga., bas been enjoying a 'Ut-of-the' venereal diseases is most the sermon series from the Gospel
r H. pleasure James
H. Stroman returned home way places apparent, that without the clinic Weathenbee In '
Kottage on Klngsley Monday night after spending the visit here with his grandparents and those carrying fishing poles. service In the It Is of Mark. visiting Mrs. D. W Swindle and ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. county even Wednesday- 8:3O P. M. I
T. Williams. :
Be it as it we are of the Prayer Mrs. R
past two months in Tallahassee may pOHslble that the entire mother A Broughton,
Ld Mrs. Julian Peek Jr., with his cousins Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs Joseph Hughes opinion that the pleasure car will could be placed off limit.county Meeting. Bring Bible tor our this week.
on
[bassee spent the week- Eugene Johnson. Mr. Stromanwas who have been occupying the P. be allotted a fixed amount of gas he Army that by weekly study In God's Word. Mrs n. C. Morris of Everglades '
through continued
I with Mr. and Mrs. J. L,. I accompanied home by Misses E. Canova home on WashingtonSt. with the allotting being done In service the Coming! Sunday School Picnic.Thursday la spending ,the summer with her

I Lera Nelle Johnson and Mary ., have leased the new cottageof Washington not In Tallahassee population immunized could become July 16th. A full dayof parents Mr. and Mrs. D. 'y Sax- !II.f
completely and
|(nl Cleaning, Beautifula A. F. Sauls on Lake St., and nor Starke. It is further our i outdoor fun and recreation for
Jean King who are guests of, educated as to the Importance of,| on. (
will there July 21. Mr. and our Sunday School pupil, teachers '
Starke Blinding Miss Nettle Dowling.; : move opinion that Isaamuch as the examination and treatment. Ollry Pearce ha returned from
Thiscolumn
Opposite Park Theatre. Mrs. Canova and children who 'Army, Navy and mother branches and friends.. We will leave the at i
government hospital
idle Alvarez Is spending Mrs. Frances Floyd, who baa, have been living In St. Augustinefor of the military istress diversion la hoping that some day the church at 10 A, M. Kverybody Savannah Gu. ;j,
been employed a t Robt. GreenCleaners compulsory treatment for communicable
_k In Jacksonville withr the past! year, are moving for' tbe service man, It Is equally bring food. Marshall Match.tt had his arm
disease will be law
is her a ,
visiting busba.nd,1
Mrs. O. P. Dyal. back to Starke. :necessary for public/ morale and severely hurt last week
and those refusing to fllt.UK M11JKCH OK LAWTEYItev.
who Is
stationed at Indlantown I cooperate
} Agent L T. Dyer Is> en- Gap Pa. i Mrs. Leonard Colson! of Lake health, that civilians indulge mod- 'Ie Isolated. It la necessary that I'' "..rbf'rt lluztanl, Pastor i Hampton Is proud to contribute
I two weeks' vacation. City spent Friday afternoon here erately In any entertainment that : another youn.r man to the
war
Mrs. Debbie Phillips of Max- '.1.1500 annually be raised for ti.. Sunday School at 10.
.. G. Tipton leaves today with her parents, Mr.. and Mrs.J. will be conducive to I
vllle.spent Sunday with Mr. and maintaining continuation of the health unlt. Morning Worship at rt.' Ser- effort. Lee Roy Kalch Jr., has
nbus, Ga., where she will Mrs. S. D. Phillips C. Manning.Beautiful those two vital entientlals. We This money will be raised In a mon by the pastor. Subject: !signed up an an apprentice seaman t

husband Lt: Tipton, who Cleaning Beautiful would function and even urge manner similar to "What Have You Found ?" and has started a training I
Mr.\ and Mrs. E. J. Wain Wright communitychest :
tatloned at Fort Bennlng. 1 Tailoring at Stark eBlandingTailors that all excesses be curbed but It course under Coast Guard supervision
organization. When Evening Worship I at 830.:
have been several you
days
spending
Starke, Mrs. Tipton was In Ft. Pierce. Opposite Park Theatre.W. Is beyond us why i the all-powerful are approached pledge all you "Paul us a great Missionary." at the Maritime Service's
1 at Priest's. R. Aitken owner of the rationing board should be as can, and station near St. Petersburg In

nd Mrs. J. C. Manning. Miss Louise Ishom naa returned "ride" concessions at the Starke arbitrary aa to threaten gaaleas amounts promptly pay your and know monthly that Who says Lawtey In not contributing three months he will board a shipIn

Mrs. W. H. Hart and from a week's1. visit with relatives' Amusement Park left for Atlanta pleasure cars. When the Government if you have been able to give to to the cost of the war? the merchant fleet of the

llth Moseley Brown at- in Plant City. ; Ga., this week where be considers It necessary to devastated France Belgium 'Sheriff' C. R. Whitehead showedus United States
starving -
i convention of the Mor- Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mrs. Jack will operate his attractions at the stop the operation of pleasure n and the Red Cross, there Is a $1,000 war bond bought with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest :

rch In Jacksonville Sun- Sporn spent Monday in Gaines Lakewood Park during the sum cars it will no doubt do HO with no reason $730 of the prettiest dollars we and children have been recent I
why you cannot contribute
.. ville.Mrs. mer months. He was accompanied or without the consent of Stateor 11 toward the health of have ever seen. So far as we can vliritors of Mrs. Weent's parents I

J. W Kincaid returnedday Jessie Mae Blakely of by his father R. M. county rationing boards. It youngsters of this because ascertain thin Is the first bond of Mr. and Mrs T. F Hi-own. Mr. I
county
after spending the Jacksonville was the week-end Aitken. Fred Lagrange will have must be remembered that pleasurecars It is upon the children I that our that denomination handled through Weest returned to' Miami :Monday ,

nth in Catletsburg, Ky. guest of Mr. and Mrs. W M. charge of the remaining concessions represent Juht as great a mistakes fall. Give all you can. the local P. O. Hats off to the and Mm. Weest Vent' to visit ,t I

d i Mrs A. C. Durden Mr.C .Wimberly. here. dollar Investment do the essential < Your yearly pledge will be collected 'Sheriff.' her parents'In,Clayton, G*. I' '
*
C. Hoppe and son "Miss duegene Thomas, of Urn. J. M. McMillon of Stock operators. There Is absolutely on a monthly basis thereby i

[ of Tampa and Mrs. J. Tampa Is spending the summer ton Ala., spent ten days here no market for pleasurecars lightening the load for all con-

jcaid are spending a va- with her aunt Mrs Vida Morgan.S. visiting her cousin Mrs. K. G so it would be extremely tributors. "WHY GO FISHING ? l'GO

t Mrs Kincald's cottageley E. Sparks was a business! Duncan and her husband. Lt foolish to allow millions of dollars -

Lake. visitor In Jacksonville Wednesday. McMillon who Is stationed at worth of vehicles and tires Misses Helen and Emily Pruittof TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh

Camp Blanding. to depreciate In value by storing JackMonvllle were week-end
,':141IIn01NNNI"' ,'.'iIILIIIILYIIIWII@IIIIIpIIamII1NIlYI11I111111111411iIWIIIN1,' "' "' 11111pIIN011L11111111" ",, ' '1'11'111111111111111''Ii' ',{ Mrs' K. G. Duncan and little them. Either requisition the private guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loulp H

I daughter. Margaret Rose, spent car or give them a limited Hill Water and Salt Water Fish' Shrimp, etc.

LILDING REMODELING: Wednesday In Jacksonville.Mrs. amount of gas and let the owner Another week has panned and Fresh Meuln, Live and Dressed Poultry

Roy Smith of Tennllle Ga.. use It as he, or she wants. Fatso Bill Harrell has not put In Fruits and Vegetables
GENERAL :IMILL WORKBETS I spent several weeks here with When their allotment Is dis- his uppearence. About due for

I DECORATING her sister Mrs. K. G. Duncan, sipated they will have to do with another FURLOUGH.Sam .
FIXTURES INTERIOR '
; and on last Thursday she accom'I' out. It Is rumored that private Blount of Fort Myera. was L lNEWSONE'S.MABKET

panled Mrs. J. M. cars, in the nonessential! category here for the week-end and. was

Low Estimates Phone 52-J Stockton, Ala., for a visit; Kas- will be ultimately requisitioned I- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. 1.2 Itlock N. of Union HUH Station on Jax Road r.

it per Duncan Is also visiting at by the government. This Hill.We

the home of Lt. and Mrs. Stock- column goes on record a* offer-' are in receipt of a $5 00

HARTMAN & MANNEddie ton in Alabama. Ing Its car to the government at donation from the Starke Dry

Mrs. Milton Brownlee Jr., and the rprlce not ours. Cleaners, operated by Junius

Hartmann Geo. :Mann little daughter Katherine, are in M. Smith. This Is for the defense BLANDING CENTER, INC.

Pennsylvania visiting Lt. Brown JOOKS NOT WANTED: fund and Is sincerely ap-:

"'TO''innnimiiiiiiimiiiii"iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiii'ffli''''' '''''''' '''''''' '' !'''' "i i'iiimiiiinii'iiiiiiiit''''''''' '''''''' ''''''inniimiiini'ii'' '' '' '','',t'nniMi'''', '"H'IIIHII"' "'""'11"11" lee.Mrs C1TV COUNCIL SAYSAt preciated. BAR GRILL AND I
Gertrude Handlesman and the regular first Monday Our article on the Lawtey Observation O'i

"1 little Joyce Friedler were visitors meeting of the City Council of tower still goes even Dancing and EntertainmentNightly ''i
Lawtey a number of resolutions'
SEZ: to Jacksonville Tuesday. though a phone will be Installed

Once again the soldiers' have left Mr. and Mrs. Murray Soloman were placed before the body and this week for the reporting of Until One O'clock r

maneuvers' (I'm have returned from a ten-day acted upon with the result thai planes. This phone carries a Recreation Amusement Fun
tin and on -
gone that word vacation in Brooklyn, N. Y. They some changes In the officer of guarantee of $10 monthly toll to ti
k that I have spelled
Mire the town are expected. Conditions)
have taken an apartment at the tbe phone company and the con-
t wrong) but I reckon you knows are ouch that Immediate action JEROME C. HUGHES Operator'TYPEWRITERS
? // home of Mr. and Mrs. George tract In signed by .I, L. Harrell, ,
what I mean. If you're In business will be taken to the situ-
Thomas on 'Cherry St. remedy Sr. That means that even thoughthe
I'm sure you know. :Mrs. Maurice Edwards and little atlon. It Is hoped that should a phone company will receive a f

That long needed rent you've been daughter, Carolyn were, in Jacksonville road from Luwtey to Camp Blan minimum of collect calls dally ,

talking about l I" just around the Tuesday. ding ever be completed that the amounting to a conservative $300 :

corner. C F, Ward spent the week-en ordinances of thin. town will have the phone must earn In paid calls ,

Rooms and Apartment For Bent in Orlando with his son and enough teeth In them to keep on thin end $10 monthly or the ADDING MACHINES

signs are beginning to pop up on daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs, Lawtey from becoming a Honky guarantor will be charged with .

every streetLooks a little like H. A, Ward. tonk town. Jukes are not wanted the deficit That Is our Idea of -

Starke again. Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and here by tbe majority j of the how NOT to win a war

daughter Cynthia arrived Wed- town's population and with cooperation Mrs. Jack Dalle returned to Repairs Service ,I

nesday from Alexandria, La., to of the citizens this little Seat Palm Beach after several All MakesE.

Hot Weather ClothesBIG spend 12 days with relatives m town will be mad If juke proof for days visit with her mother Mrs.

Starke and at the State Farm. all time. It is to.e. expected Mae B. Well Returning with

Mr. and Mrs Ed Langley and that with, the completion of the Mn Bailesi was her young

baby spent the week-end visiting road, (If ever) we will be the brother, Ernest: Wells, Jr L. "BERT" REAMES

BIG SELECTION WOMEN'S throughout South Georgia. business target of men unscrupulous! : because so-called of the, Chas Howe of Jacksonville SALES AGENCY

Play Suits b proximity of Camp Blandlng. (We was here over the Fourth. vlHlt- 319 W. University Ave. Gainesville
rI'a Sport I !Ing relatives. Charles 1* connected -
Shirts will be six and one half miles .
And Slack Suits with the new shipyards
Inattan & Mark Twain from the Camp). This column and I
from now under construction expect ,,
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S//0 serves warning on that element ", to Join his UncU's Army'
$1.25 and up $2.98 to $7.95 far in advance of the road. It shortly I'

will not be tolerated as has been Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and 1q4 ? okTh1 J
i' the cue in some sections. We do daughter Virginia of Jackson- 7

SHEERDRESSES not want foreigners, jook operators ville spent the Fourth with their P..ta.gemt
qdIMuJ A. .
ALL KINDS ; or shooting galleries. We son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ,
are more desirous of starving to
Mrs. J. H. Redgrave.
[en', Slack Suits death in peace than having our Miss Gene Edwards returned We suggest the exclusive) ,
Berabergs :town converted Into a ,Bay Streetand
Cotton from Jacksonville where
Sunday
ptton & Sharkskin having our women insultedon Thenniqua heoterless method
from from "* she spent several days with' rel-
the street.Mr available to in our shop.
[$3.95 $2.98 I $7.95up I ativev. you
to
$7.95
and Mrs. Sumpter D. Harley Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brlggs of Ypu will be delighted with the
.
up 'son. Dean and Jacksonville were visitors here
I YOU their young
WHILE l leahngquahty} italustreerdbeauty.
Uncle Jack,
[;Mrs. :Kffl' Carter returned Tuesday ,. over the week-end. -

TOM SAWYER YES-We Still Have WAIT after spending a two-week M he Is affectionately remembered .1 1

t I 'vacation In' Pennsylvania and traveled through Lawtey

Slack Suits Silk Hose All Work Guaranteed. New York.- Mont 'of the"vislt was many years for a Jacksonville 1ID1UMU43U [

with Mrs. Hartey parents, who packing house.
The Highest Quality wife of Pvt..
Only Mrs. Del Chandler
For Boys Two & Three Thread are residents or Nesquehonlng,
Leather Used Chandler Camp Blanding. left for
Pa. Sumpter say be Is glad to
$2.98 $1.50 $1.65Sternberg's return to the South where 'JlmCrow' Myrtle Beach S. C., Sunday to
up $1.35, where she will
her ,
join parents
flies! 'Says Lawtey may Slarize3eau1
S/'oppe
I the Yankees remain while her husband Is on
BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE look like a burg to r
but It looks like heaven to him. maneuvers.

REPAIR Mr. J. L. Harrell 8r., spent Mr. .. Edith Crlft spent the Slarke. Florida

Across From Pontofflce several days In Tallahassee visiting week-end In Jacksonville with I .
friends. I ... .... u r ,, I ru
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l I t.: 11{ FARMERS': : SECTION' ( 4 General Doolittle, Honored at Banquet Show Navy Volunteers Big Jump; and Florldll.Frank operated.parti Fvrrara*by*:: ,the Box following 5S7, Stark; interested -., named AuiruHt plaintiff' Coup Srd 11",1.. ?t.;. -..'a*..Lr.;"?i


_. At Ktarlm, Bradford! County 11'10"-1 DrderyIneneital".', 'hkll
m Better Pay NowA ida. thin 25th., day of BJu e, 1942.: .Wltn".R in'I.i d- *nii D
4t 7-17 at Starke V and .
RURAL HINTS FOR TILEiIOUSEIIOLD l11U. lo" "
tremendous Increase in the ( k4' J
COMMON SENSE. enlistments' V o'rl'Ft OF IMTKTIOVTOHKf.lHTKtt OFFICIAL ; ,
C number of voluntary FICTITIOfN; '' W.tMM! Aa Clerk of .I'J J
r 1 t to the Navy and Naval Reserve Notice' IH hereby given that the rl:".
WOMAN'S TASK FASHIONS FOR VICTORY undersigned, under .
I RURAL vif4 the pr<>vllonn reaitT Icajlr ,
last
4 j was recorded over Florida of Chapter 20l5l.! :! I Florida. 1
s, r aft;" w n Art of 1941, will :1I.r.f: Stark!! amt k
with
Rural women, receiving little Clothing for both men and 1 week, with hundred of men reported 'I..rk of the Circuit" Court In and the registration i !l .eh

i acclaim are performing very Important women is to be restricted by; filing: through the 10 Navy for Bradford County Florida the AtguxtJti, b| V 1 q41' .. I

t tt q services which are contributing order of the apparel section ot sub-stations located throughoutthe fictitious Main .Military name of Distributors l City: Hall! 14]!, :- nil II>*

+:; no little to the success the War Production Board. The State. under which w. are engaged and : "

,tile T, of this country's war effort. They controlling theme is to conserve Lieut. T. J. Needham Jr., of- dolne 144 W.hualnRS Call Kt.Starke a. '/Wt Stark IReirl..: ,: ,i 'J1nt"JIR')

I.. help to build health and morale materials and eliminate extrava. ficer-In-charge for Florida Navy Bradford County Florida.

4 among the members of their families gance. This order becames! effective recruiting attributed the Increaseto and That operated the said business. I. owned V o'rlf': dF lt'pri
by the following interested
s1 to produce foods needed by April 8 for manufacturers, s ;( the new Navy pay bill the parties: ElNtice'I'/t t.1 .: FIt'1'1TLe1,

t i { their families and others. to con- and will go Into effect for retail- modification of the physical standards Lodge Alvin. Stark A, Weinstein Fla. Halt Moon of underelanud. "Under h" tktt"

verve- products now so necessary ers August: 17 and the desire of the Flor- At Btarko, Bradford; County Florida Act.ChapterCleric.. of '1941 201IG, 1".1

't -both yields of fields and gardens The order provides for widths ida man to do more toward defeating thlH 26th., day of&June 4t 1D42.Z of H h.. (Will'..rrllil r gln..,I
for
the farm and manufactured 7-J7. Bradford Cnnntof CnO"
on
and lengths for women's) clothes the enemy. name y' Iflctltioue le
ir
)"'f I items necessary In the of all standard sizes and children The Navy's bluejacket pay was iv: cinrriT (COURT> JlRAD.'O"lfD underrwhl" hnweT.Ilar

household. clothes above four years. Al more than doubled this week ('OI"VTY. FLOHIUAl I.> CHA:!. doing bunlnexx atarl "r

r., 11 The key to victory Is here at fabrics except transparent .ones when President Roosevelt signed Harvey C'IIiRY.: T. MrFarland. Plaintiff, vs. 1Z8 8. Walnut Rt.

+ home for moat of ui*, and definitely are subject to the regulations. into law a congressional measure Zelirm. W. McFarland, Defendant.: Starke.That the w"riYu,0u .
'p v for Florida rural women Case No. 2048, and ...
fo ,
Under the terms of the general xy which provides for a minimum of ORDElt OF PITBLIfATION AND terest. operated." by the teUt
and their families says MUu $50( month Under the Ni1Til'E! TO APPEAR parties. :
limitation order bridal gowns, per pay. Edward ,
Mary E. Keown state home demonstration STATR OF FLORIDA to: Zelma I Prln 11
Stark t
I'I burial gowns and robes and vestments old pay bill an apprentice seaman W. MrFarland whose address la St1,
Hundreds of 25th.. jdfO'd
agent. of religion are exempted. received only $21 per month. Unknown.You Ida. this Co"
these families believe that to do are required to< appear onannnnnneow.nnnnnnnnr day 0' Jon
: Additional allowable Brig. O n. James DovlltUe, on his first official visit to New York Applicable to all armed forces,
their job in band as well as it for Infants exemptions are since he led the bwmblog raid on Tokyo, was the guest or honor at a the measure also boosts rental allowances -_____-_____--___-___wv.,........_....QQ._-S 11
clothing, ma BMM
t' ; yll can be done la the beat pledge they General JCj C3 Ca r I?CTH
I reception and dinner. DooIitUe Is pictured here (center) with for officers, with enlisted -
''W t, can give of their readiness to do ternlty garments, and to person a flowered replica of the plane he flew when be bombed Tokyo. Eddie men aboard or on sea duty receiving FUNERAL DIRECTOR

anything else their country may of abnormal height size, or phy Blckenbtcker (left) and Paul V. McNutt, head of the war manpower extra. 20 and My Many Year Experience;: Make. It Possible !
an percent, for ..
j t' ask of them. They are determined deal garments deformities.made The at order home. .covers cammiuloav. look ..._ ____ ___ ____ officers 10 percent of their month- EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SER\W Me> .

to maintain our common life A companion measure which -. MODERATE: PRICES _
Tab pay.
l 4' in full strength and vitality. In general the limitations) are: Keep as They Nip the Nips now awaits the President's) signature DeWITT C.

{ ,. i Miss Keown declares that Flor- No petticoats 0 v e rsklrts or JONES
4 will provide aid for de- Starke
Ida'. rural families are giving aprons to be sold over dresses atone e Florida
pendents of these enlisted men
exceedingly practical service toward unit price.Separate e
If31 In other than the three top pay
winning the war. Farm or attached hood, '
grades. Those men In the top
l men and women, boys and girls, scarf, shawl, 0 r patch pockets 'w nNi y4"uY rlvr 1 three pay grades who are mar- W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR

tie 1" d are helping In many ways t o cannot be sold at one unit Price ried now receive an additional
F. H. A.
? strengthen, a feeling of national I with dress. $34.50 per month. LOANSWe

t' 1f IIflW"y unity in ineir own UIDUH and No jacket coat cape bolero, or Under the modified physical requirements want the listing: on your property

? 6 among their neighbors. They are redlngote to be sold at .unit
I' + one a 1520| vision is required We have some wonderful properties for
in the gale
aiding improvement of price with dress.
with not less than 620|
See us about
health, and the nutritional status No accessories to dress coat your Real Estate Xeeds
In the worst eye, provided no
of their own families and of all suit with 119 E. CALL STREET
1 or garment at one unit
organic defect Is present. An ap- PROW F
i i others In their ,.
communities.
They price.
; ly a4,4ta 1 sag tc. ;'t .' Sav plicant Is required to have only
are doing the best they can to No with
slips dresses of nontransparent 1 '
} rr '/ sufficient teeth or suitable re-
r 1 A+y offset the unfavorable effects of' materials. ?'r i eigty placements to supply satisfactory If would like

'1., war on home and family. They Dolman balloon leg-of-mutton biting and masticatory functions. your a good wholesome n:

are participating In Imp o rtant sleeves, bias or cuffed prohibited :' in clean quiet surroundings
Volunteers may apply for enlistment at
pre.'
ways in the defense activities of All tucking shirring, and pleatIng .
a at navy recruiting stations' -
their communities and prices
state. which reduces fabric from
located In Jacksonville
1'I Rural women and girls wear no normal width Is prohibited.No dt4 ti + orGalne.vllle.
i XvtrS RK wyy .' r .
to gt:3rf'5, Then We
Invite You
uniform nor bright badges nor sashes, belts, or hems ex- k a To Give Us A Trul l

d ; k does martial music give distinction ceeding' 2 Inches In width t Building Permits

WtX. 4 tt to their war-time marching. No wool lining under fur on ,ems sn ,1 tTl t.4 %r o,r, No7a4 tit? SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-

The Jobs. they choose to regard coat, nor wool under fur trim J. M. Edwards, July 3, $499.99

as their own contribution to the ,mings1. The seven tiny flags ef the Rising Son of Japan represent 'the total for concrete block garage apartment K & M

war effort are Just their common No 3-unlt play suits long jack Jap planes seat plummeting earthward by Lieut. E. Scott McCnskey (In I 22 x 26 feet; Errol Alvarez, CAFECorner

t everyday tasks of helping to feed eta Batch or flap pockets, plane). Ensign George Henry Cay Is the fflclal score keeper for Lieutenant 'July 2, $499.50 for frame residence -
nor
t' MeCU ; and to shown at the left. With like of Walnut and
,+ and e7 pilots cCuskejr Madison
clothe and shelter their fernl cute on slacks.No :: 18 x 26 feet on Lafayettestreet
p the U. S. I. showing the Japs who control* the air, and In recent battles
; ilies.They inside pockets or wool clothor with the Nipponese, American airmen were far superior ; T. J. McIntyre, July 2,

l9 have practical plan for interlinings containing virginor $250 for 12 x 20-foot frame resi-

1 } k Improving their knowledge and re-possessed wool. dence. SINCLAIR

f 1 their skills to do their jobs better No blouses (rayon silk, cotton Annie May Preley July 6, $400 PRODUCTS

as! a war service. They recognize linen, or mixtures) having more for frame residence in Reno 24x

,t the value of cooperation and exchange than one patch pocket or hems 7AiJfJJujXASHIN\ TON 32. Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels

.L t 4 among neighbor. They more than one-fourth of an Inch.
tY Pw 4 t accept responsibility to practice For teen-aged NOTfl'H Of. ITPTIOvTO' WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING
girls
p no lining KKiiiarKR: KicTinoia; !! .NAMK"
e1n even greater economy and thrift known as a bodice attached to a Washington D. C. (NWNS)-The serious handicap to production Is undersigned Notice!' IH hereby under griven the that the GIVE US A RING WE DELIVERH.
provlalona
They know their homes and com- skirt of a two-piece dress nor movie-like saboteur story of Ger- scarcities of raw materials so that of Chapter 20H53./ laws of Florida

munities are now integral parts of suspenders exceeding 1 1.2 Inch mans, with quantities of TNT anda official Washington is giving great Acts of 1941. will 1 register with the
t a great lift of the places: they were scheduled attention to the rKtrlt of the Circuit Court In and
warring world, and that in width. problem of collecting for Bradford County .(Florida the E. TUCKER Agent
1 it Is to blow up being landed from all possible from the fictitious ,
Important for them to understand These limitations scrap people name of
-
will tend to submarines on the Florida and A Frank. Fine Foodsunder
new"campaign to collect For Sinclair
,bow to give useful service simplify: style, although the re- Long Island coasts, Is considered Iron and steel from every home and which we are enslaved. ,and Refining Co.
on the borne front. stlctlons will not out-date by many here to' be "cheerful"rather doing hunlntt at : '
factory Is now"
w' present underway and government 105 W. Call St. Phone 158 Starke Fla.
And. so, while their sisters may I 1 wardrobes. than alarming news. For it officials are making new StHrk, Bradford (County Florida. ,
:t now join me women'a Auxiliary Indicates, many analysts feel, that plans for the collection of additional That the sold Im.lnerx I' nwn..1
Army the Germans do not have the elab- scrap rubber. The
Corps rural hastily con-
t 9 ;' busy' every minute with women I tasks are Auto "Use" Stamps orate organization for sabotage ceived plan to try to get in the na
within our country which many tion's of l"rr '
supply scrap rubber between
(
which
1 may be less Sell Fast Here
ty L : spectacular but have suspected. June 15 and June 30 was not ;.;..'.... iII -.t
certainly not less Important. When It seems logical to assume nearly as successful as it had been ,

} the final chapter of the war effort The $5 auto "use" stamps. were. spokesmen here point out, that the hoped and a new drive to collect T '

t4 s Is written, they will deserve selling like hot cakes at the post Nazis would not try to put over rubber is now being worked out. VICTORY () lie FIrst In Peace '

; fi vastly more credit than they will office this week as the July 1 such a complicated sabotage plan if The record time, the record vote we ,
get. deadline panned and they had the men, the equipment and the record appropriation for must be First W
motorist //1
and the contacts within
l this country the army's new appropriation bill. $0Y I.!
were faced with
the threat of to carry on sabotage on an extensive Indicates the willingness of congressto BONDS:,"
"No stamp, no gas." scale.: Although it Is alarmIng
okay expenditures of amountof
All 'auto owners must have the to have such: efforts made to money for war purposes.any In Begins at / h
Home1135; Be
stamp on their cars before they spread destruction and terror in our five hours, with a vote of 352 to 0, =5=/ =
will be Issued a ration .book i In country the quick: roundup of the the house passed a bill to provide
men involved and the
fact that
the 42820003.067 for the Slogan
the war depart-
current registration. to
Axis bothered to plot such a complicated ment's need. during the coming fiscal Box[ 1772, Cont.. Judges
After
rY the stamp Is purchased! at plan Indicates that the FBI year. This one bill Is more .,r Jacksonville, Florid(

the postofflce the car owner has done a notable job of control than our entire cost of World War r t.l. F:':
fills In the make, model engine ling activities of enemies within our I and brings the total appropriations ti b-

r l number and license tag number gates.It for this war to over 200 billion V .
"
In the is by such methods of deduction dollars' % ,
spaces provided and the .I
that much of the news has to The 4fi .
affixes the problem of paying for this 11 -
'stamp to the wind be arrived at here these days since gigantic expenditure remains w
unanswered
shield news of enemy actions within our and< although the new 1 ,. This is a People's War. \ : '"

Each stamp contains a serIal country as well as news of battles taxes will be very high, they will a war you as a civilian must

-=_ -- number, and the car owner must of ship losses and of production only make a slight dent in our fast t' jl f 1 i fight.. Uncle Sam needs vital

k give this number In applying<< for are released only when the authorities mounting debt The ways and 1 materials that you may have
consider the news to be of I
"NEW LIFE"for the new gas rationing card. no value to the enemy. Under the means months committee of deliberation of the house has finally after 1 lying, useless about your t

I Obtaining the "use" tax stamp new Department of War Information written its proposed new tax bill .4 home. Old scrap metal,tires,

Spring 1111 as easy as buying a postage headed by Elmer Davis, however which although it calls for taxes and junk, is needed in this

stamp. There In no application it Is believed the public will much higher than have ever been S war. Get in touch with your
Oxfords to be filled out, or other be kept a little better Informed as paid in this country before is over
any red Junk Dealer and ask him to
to what is I
tape. All that la going on. although much 2V& billion short of Secretary Mor- h
.c Get Out Those Old Spring postofflce Is the $5.required: at the be news withheld.! must nftreKnarilv no cnntlntio Hm___ in.- centhau's reauest. :t pick up your materials. ,I.J:

Slippers. We'll The new bill would Increase
.
Make( Them present
Ii Figures on our production: of
; war taxes by enough to bring in
Io For '
1 ; 1 Another Season. :JoR..ll' supplies-very encouraging figures about 6 billion dollars in additional


i The Electric Shoe Mil.rg 01 .ft.. the-were moat given by outstanding the to newsmen President one being recently himself released part taxes revenue.by next payroll It year is probable deductions will be that collected, but income this in\ You Can Save Metal this Way, too!



Shop x:666UOUTATAatl3 planes when United he for States said that produced during 4.000 May air the will subject probably still Is being be many debated.changes There Ask for /hecJJ JJ OJ] 1M] (]

Opposite Park Thea-re c.., followed by war a statement purposes. by This Oliver was through made In the the measure house and before senate it,goes but O

Lyttleton-the Donald Nelson of it Is not expected that the A fULL
9MVSHOu 0>OP] amount QUART SIZE
Enfflnnd BOTTLE!
who. '
noon his return tn will be
-' increased to the figure requested I
London from'tit'. United States: by the secretary of treas Bottle have been
caps rationed.
But
said can i :
that the United States Is you
now be
41i SAFE! 43 days ahead of schedule in ury.Meanwhile sure of getting your share of the smooth mellow Drink of /
FAST! production efforts to
,
COMFORTABLE! and that combined Britishand stop excessive Friendship you'll ask for the JAX JUMBO. r
profits from being made out of ,,
United States production is now war production are getting results Next time try the JAX JUMBO, the convenientpatriotieway yam. ,'11II :

1II-t considerably ahead of all Axis production and are reducing production costa to bur '.
buy \1'
AND ECONOMICAL! including that of Japan. considerably. Donald Nelson -' ;
re- $
Mr. LytUetoii also predicted that ported that 750 million dollars of 10 it t.'
_
RIDE THE the United ships being turned out In the excessive profits had been returned FKS?. Toi tit beer at home ) f u
BUSSES States .
shipyard will soon.out.uber to the government by renegotiating EVERY and don't need the//
I the shakings by Axis sub- contracts and successful efforts to "whole bottle '
1i ... gently
1>' n e.It WEEK j s
Courteous ,
Correct Information limit profits on new contracts have remove the cap,pour 1 'mow
I I. 'sered' here that the most I.------i. for
original
l victory slogan your JAX carefully,/

Given You. At Deeds FiledW. Frances Crawford, his wife June I like the one in this ad. then back force the cap/ stews t
on the bottle/ '
UNION BUS H. 30; L. A. Geiger' and wife Lillie RULES and put th remain-/ w '*"!
STATION Edwards Jr. -
M. Edwards his wife,, and to EulaM. Eula Geiger, to F. F; Flume July 2; i week You may ...... in .. many .ntric/ ..ch Ing beer back in/ ;
as you want." your icebox: for Utcruse.
I Edwards June 29; L., U. Moran W. H. Moore and A. Paul, Trustees 2 E.ch.nery must .be ccomiMnied, by o It"will, keep- | e

; .and wife Zona Morgan to Lawtey Lodge No. 3222, Or- $, size label bottle or reootuhK cl JAX Bwr fouimiU, AN or from Stout.any. for many hours. : ;d

Marcus F. Brown and wife Florence der of Oddfellows, to John Bul- Ite 3 Th tlocin must be original with you. 1

B. Brown. June 28; M. J. lard July 3. "iii'" Any locin now In UM will be rejected.

Prompt Service Careful Drivers Jell and Florence Bell hls wife 4 NettneM and originality count; but no r
metal credit will be given to
large
to ort
Ruth Jenkins, June 29; Abe Recent BirthsMr. elaborate displays.

Myers ana Josephine Myers, his .. j: $ Entries for Ch.le_k muac be_t.'ked
!
X41 wife, to Linwood Crawford and and Mrs. B.E.. >. no later than UrOO midnight July 10. "
Starke Taxi Service : Downing, | All slogans become tn e property of the ,
Starke June .', Ja Brewing Company ,
THE ;9.boy,,, : : .win... not. whether they
OLD
RELIABLE Mr, and Mm sf
J. M. Allen, 7 In case of ties, duplicate. prizes will be e ='E
If you need a good laxative Starke June 30, boy, Charles '. awarded. wI
Phone 150 or c thrtic ?I The declilon of the [
to relieve Lloyd; r Judges U/Anal.

jyl ti,' or that lazy tired headache feeling when biliousness due to, Mr. and Mrs' ). Angus Hall l',' a yean The conttit of-I'acepc le open cmploy to everyone 01 the over JAX II BEER a

: temporary I Hampton. July 2,,boy; r awing Ca, itesdrertidngag.ncy.nd.: _
Day Night be constipation ask foe and I Mr.' and Mrs. S, C. Griff, mam.bcn 01 their families. 11 Jr
sure
:you get Starke. July 2, girl: re d \ JAX BREWING CO. Js vdki

y al .. .. ..... HERBINB Mr. and Mrs. Ted Manning 54 JACKSONVILLE FLONIOA

1 ALL DRUG STORES Clay Hill July 1. boy. ;'" e.,..., '," --. w.If .Ii'1' S.




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LY 10, 1942 BRADFORD COCNTV TELECKAril. STtRKB. FLORID
rAGE SE1Npare !:

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.. .. : his father. W H Smith Sr.. and t


: ,.4 I Mrs.Mm Smith Sarah E. Jones who has

i i :: SUCCESSFUL been upending several weeks in Kathleen Norris

Miami with her daughter Mrs. Says :

K. N. Dui'key. has gone to Wash

; Jj PARENTHOOD Ington D. C.. for a visit with

her granddaughter Mrs. Jack Make Yourself Useful Living With Others

t< Rose. Enroute home Mrs. Jones

will visit her son S. P. Jones in Bell Syndicate-WNO Features.Ki I :

-, Atlanta, Ga. \

e T. Lynk Williams of Dunnellon ,I
II' MR& CATHEUHZ COIOUtD WARD{ pent few \
a here
: days last week
t .
"i* H HA
f Aaoodoto UHoc f......*. ...,..,.* with his mother, Mrs Josle W.
Halt and family

Howard Brown son of Mr. and '

TRAINING THE TWOYEAROLDTm Mrs. Lem Brown left last week .

for Mobile. AU., where he Is employed .
ao ,4"r worried about my child's stance it Is better.to'1 let him have
development a mother some choice about what he eats- as an e lee trie welder. ('

-- recently. I was somewhat It's good for his budding ego to While here Howard underwent a, ;
,
MYw when she added that the be able to refuse this and gobble up tonsil operation and friends will

,?ku .f was only 20 months old Then that But you can plan his meals be pleased to learn he la much .1 \

_ 4 T"aw'u realized anew that young par so that all nutritional needs are met Improved In health. /

0:. even very Intelligent ones even It he does leave one vegetableor Mr. and Mrs. E D. Jones.
and
v f ,
m don't know
what to expect of his of his 1I1
egg or part milk. (He'll Miss Mamie Hall
small child. were shopping
probably love the egg and milkas in Gainesville (
The emotional development of a a custard or milk shake) Friday \
} ? Well. It's hardly Mrs. Curtis Varnes and little ,.
The child between two and three as I
enough to cause daughter Frances have
con- Is particularly susceptible to jealousy returned
fz ..w -that is. unless the child Is It's a threat to this seW he's home after a three weeks visit In ( I,

badly handled by adults that feeling so strongly to have mother'sor Sanfon) with her father. Elisha ,2i
his ft
of naturally uncoopera father's attention usurped by a Harper and Mr. Harper. i 0 of t
'"
two-year-oldness stays with new baby. But it Is also this grow Fllendei of Man Roberson will '' 'l' r l
for life.
For the child of two
ing ego to which you appeal in help be L \
pleased to learn that .
Just discovering that he Is a tog him he Is .
overcome Jealousy.
human being. Intoxicated You convalescing at hU home after I
make him feel your pleasure In having a
the feeling of being "me" a little boy or girl'with whom four weeks Illness with typhus \ I Ii
II
With Delicious Canned Fruit seems to express more to a fever I
for to share the baby. Make him
Winter( Recipes Below.) .! than "I") he asserts his In continue to grow, to keep aheadof eagerto Horace H. Vainea who If employed ':zI\ i i \

early" and late with the baby so he can show it the In Brunswick Ga., spent ( /' ,
me do myself. even when the ui
Canning way Express your pride in this the week-end here with his a
is far \
fruit beyond him. His other par-
TIllS rEEK'S MENU; growth. U don't the
:you twoyearold ents, Mr. and Mm.
of M. Varnes. 7''o
way feeling Is to
power who Is still
Smothered Steak With naturally babyish
those fruits "no." Often when he means and Mr. and Mrs. Gibb Drown anti. J f
up dependent will lose all
put desireto
w to Green Beans Scalloped he'll say "no" because he little son, Marvin /
be a child and were visitors
I may try through
market ie you Tomato-Lettuce Salad learned that the negative Is tantrums and whining to be a baby to Staike Saturday afternoon. U

can still capture Bran Muffins There apt are to get many a rise times out of of adults. again. Mr. and Mrs. Carl, Wynn and O'O\\ ''I I .
course
\
their garden Whipped Fruit Gelatin the two-year-old's "no" must Although the two-year-old knows Mrs. Wynn's mother Mrs. "

freshness and overridden by a pleasant but very little about controlling his new Thomas of Hampton and Ben II

s summer sweet Beverage "yes" on your part. But emotions you can help him begin Renfroe of New River were visit I

ness. This year's is also Important to avoid as this important lesson by keeping ing friends here, Sunday, 1 I I

canning will re- White corn Is Issues as possible even to let his life well regulated but easygoing 1

more carefj syrup on discipline a bit so that the and your relations with him 1:1 \ .
quire ceptable substitute but since
f for won't feel too balked by op good-natured and loving, especiallyat "
than ever before less sweet than \
sugar
during these first months times when it Is necessary to
to fruit itself canning cups of corn syrup for 1 discovering himself. For inRPM. Impose your will on his. I

ai or sugar Is highly un- sugar. ; ryn.inc I da Jttptratrt my mothff.in.law, yet in. "..'.r ";ii,.. e baby L

Syrups to Use. GUM bath or picks tin a toy. {If orit, oj/ all she/ ;implm lo her friends that hr io..]

,.ur plans before embark- Thin syrups (No. 1) are :: SiHOME BRANCH ",IIo"i." much oimntlh, him." : .f

canning program Con- small, soft fruits such as Ity Maw T. r*.'.. onnliu I !
II
t tII
Iliow much sugar you will and berries. Make the syrup I By KATHLEEN NORRIS !
Mrs.
Gertie Rhodes and little HALF THE WAY
with the five pounds tog three of water to lives In I
able, parts a woman
t who son, Richard, of Lake Walea "pent, you ore the tort of/ per- ,
allotment for people of WHEN
Plan this amount so sugar. part of last week here with Mr. I of her mar. tan who i i. careful ta go hB'"ae / ;

r.j. Medium syrup (No. 2) does and Mrs. A. D. Norman. PATRICIA DOW son she ought to toward making/_ I
|for the jams. Jellies pre- way
by sour berries acid fruits .
as Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tillls and
4 sugar syrups for fruit ries and rhubarb and peaches. meet that son's wife at least pleanant for those around you :

of daughter Morell, and son, Harold halfway in the matter of keeping Kathleen Norris hat a manage I Ico
two water with
parts one
.and Mr. and
Mrs. Arson
Ie i, can in the early mom- sugar. the home serene. And if pt'Ciallyfor you She writes

| when you are rested and Heavy syrup (No. 3) Is Tlllla week-end of here Plant with City relatives.J. "spent' .the the daughter-In-law won't this wt'e'of' those who hear. I .

d tree from too many oth- for the large fruits In Rlre late ta three-quarter of the '
sour
.e or o* Sl.t.t Marv'e A. Harnage spent Saturday come halfway, she ought to go
tu. You will then be able you desire extra sweetness. I ) way, or even all the way if I
night and Sunday with his son- three-quarters of the way,
go
recipes more carefully to one part water to one part 9 toward making
Carefully planned menus do their in-law and daughter, Mr and or nine-tenths of the way. necessary
i more energy and spirit. and bring to a boil. themietvei and
useful
toward keeping us cool in Mis. Eddy BalHger! In Jackson si/rree-/
|before you will, If you are If she isn't willing to do this,
Apples or Pears. Use vegetables and more ville. abl. W. never live complete

t l and alert homemaker (Hot Pack) .. lots of fruits and the Mr. and Mrs. T. N Norman then she ought not to be living ly alone the tayt for theft I '
aid together your Jan amount of fats and are always fellow employees, i
bought necessary sup- Wash, pare, core -. to maintain a balanced diet. daughter Dorothy, and son, I i
iri and covers and oth- plea and cut to desired New cabbage is a splendid vege Gerald and, Mr., and Mrs. E S. and still isn't willing to neighbors end others with I I

Bt fruit is to stand to include In summer meals. Sapp and son, Rudolph, were useful whom we should remain on I !

long! enough to know that "new" In the case among those who enjoyed a flahauppel' : friendly terms So we must IraI I
|out the preserving kettles cabbage: doesn't mean imma. hold she should get a Job. Thereare
discolor drop Into at Sampson .Lake Friday evitably learn to do not only i
cookers too. See that i like The heads ,
i ; new potatoes.
not to be sure a great many
InO. water which V'a. full but almost night. our there, but little bit mere.noise I'
scoured that you have grown green Homer dignified Jobs fol'women
well-paid, easy
has been slightly Mr. and Mrs. Stearns of I
the through to the heart I; '
way ,
,
petcocks, always
pressure gauge past 50. but there are \
until Wlldwood
salted readyto the week-end
this greenness that Is so de- spent here Mommy would hay. J
; your
stljht the
cover on pres- bathrooms in hospitals to
use.) Drain because it bespeaks extra i with Mrs. Stearns parents Mr.
If r well In order. in hotels to keepin everything so quiet and orderly for
from brine. Boll The greener the leaf the i and Mrs. J. N. Norman.Mr. clean, linen rooms ,
!I' But she never gives a baby
[water bath Is best for pro- 3 to S minutes in vitamins. All cabbage con- : and Mrs' J. C. Sapp and order dishes In restaurants to be you a bath or picks up a toy.
: vitamins B and C but it's new washed.
II because they are acid. a medium syrup and pack Into children of
that's richest In the elu Sampson City and Mr. Since these are simple facts and "Worst of all she ImpUes to all
safelytempera Jars filling with syrup to H C vitamin. Since it's low in and Mrs. Marcus Conner were the mothers-in-law themselves her friends that Joe married very]

| the top. Put on cap screw it's ideal for hot days be- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. know very that they are facts, how astonishing much beneath him 'I think every*

tax tight, process In hot water It won't Increase the body S. Sapp Sunday / thing considered lags does very
1I.Is find
I to so many eldgrlywomen
"
Jvor and minutes, or In the oven ( \ '
Henry Carter of Lawtey spent \ planted firmly in the homes well, she will say purrlngly. Or
It besting degrees) 75 minutes. If using a There are innumerable ways to with that word
Monday night his son-in-law deal 'Suppose we pronounce
great
Is this zestful new cabbage. of their sons making a
D.For the sure cooker process at 5 it very fine and serve It raw J. A. Harnage.Mr. of trouble expecting a great deal of this way, dear?' And she keeps telliIng

r bath j jrte 10 minutes. with lemon Juice and a and :Mrs. F. S. Sapp madea : consideration and acting generallyas m* of the rich fashionable girls

Apples or Pears. of salt Combine it with business trip to Jacksonville though there were a great many Joe might have married. Also I

|' wash (Open Kettle) mint and you have some- Monday. pleasanter lives they might be leading get sick of her saying. 'When mJl'son

vessel with tight fittingt Select uniform fruit wash, else again Grapefruit sec Mr. and Mra A D. Normanand and their remaining in the came to live In my dear old
it t thii with a rack at least sections and pineap .
orange !
home On her '73 a month .hetcouldn.t (
and core. Cut Into halves or children spent Saturday with household was a sort of favor.
I from the bottom rill the wedges one or all added to fine
la Drop Into boiling No. 1 shredded cabbage make a de- Mrs. Norman's parents Mr and Ingeborg Is a fine young woman of keep up a place like thls:1;]
[ enough water to
east t cover boll for 20 minutes Pack into stuffing for tomatoes.All Mro. R. M. Johnson at Giaham. Swedish descent who was a masseuse Joe paid off more than 3.000 In bills

i one Inch over the top. hot. sterilized Jars and seal mixed vegetable salads gain Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and before her marriage. She and for her when we moved In.

Processing time as soon Peaches. when cabbage Is Included: daughter, Selma were among the her doctor husband have four small Seeks a Solution. I
f surrounding the Jars begins their makeup whether they be The doctor's mother lives My solution for your problemJ,
who sons.
ones fish
I There should be free clrcu- (Open Kettle) or molded. enjoyed a' fry at them. lags, would be the suggestion thai
with
water around Jars. Select firm, ripe peaches. If you cook It use as little water Hampton Lake Saturday. writes Inga "oc you and Joe study the plan of that
"Joe's mother
,
cook it covered for Rebecca Keen of Jacksonvillewas
in hot water possible and
canning set the dip peaches old house to see whether there I.a Is
fn tempera- Leave more than 15 minutes. It visiting his mother Mrs. cupied this big house alone for many
JW degrees. Set cold and slip off peel. When possibility of dividing off a suite;
Jars on a be very finely shredded for Overstreet here Monday. yean, but it belongs to him.
|the cold oven however. Start or cut In. halves or slices. quick cooking. Miss Marie our living expenses bad to be of two or three rooms for his moth

Inn when the oven is minute. In No. 2 or 3 Obviously the "dressing" of the week-end Sapp spent the stretched to take care of four children er, giving her her own entrance U
I In clean, hot sterilized to de with trlendat the her small kitchen.unitif
or turned on. Do not al. pack cabbage is going and two servants rent was a possible, own

[temperature ever to exceed Seal tightly.Peaches. the calories. A rich cheese State .Farm. serious problem. As there were It Is only/ a two-ring gas burner

eel 81 this causes liquid to will increase the calory about six unoccupied bedrooms her -and her own bathroom. In a word,.'
a 7 and (Hot Pack) by several hundred a sour SAMPSON CITYBy 8168 h her own establishment.
evaporate. dressing: adds fat calories and plenty of garden space suggested

[
r free circulation oven. and ,lta. Precook for 3 forces and at that time she the beginning, but It would be a
DO of heat beeat then pack Into clean Jars, add S e Judge Wm. Robereon( has returned Applique Yoke was delighted with the Idea. I was good investment keeping this unreasonable -

web not allow the Jars : to within H Inch of the top. Guard against using too hot an I to his home In Nahunta, Pattern No. (16S-So you want a ill for months after the twins were woman In the house she

wakage.other as this will often i top screw on firmly and when you do up summer silks Ga., after a three weeks visit completely feminine frock I Here born and although I was conscious loves, keeping her near her son and
and do not allow synthetic fabrics. It's ad visble with his it is-all simplicity youthfulnessand
sister Mrs. Joule W. grandsons but separating her
come in I a hot water bath for 20 brightened with of friction here and there it is only
contact with the to do the Ironing on the wrong verve. It is from Once she
f Ibe oven. in the pressure cooker for but if you must iron on the Hall.W. many features which will enhanceyour now when I am well again, that I housekeeping yours.
utes at 5 pounds or In the ( side use a press cloth. A hot H. Smith, Jr., who Is employed own prettiness such as the realize some of the difficulties of Is removed from Inevitable contact

- J evaporates" during the degrees) for 68 minutes. yellows and stiffens silks andctJal'y in Mobile Ala, is visiting contrasting yoke top touched with having two mistresses In the house.A with you It Is an easy matter to i

I In the oven do not fiU Plums. melts certain synthetic i Its colorful applique the:1t Troublemaker."My say hospitably to her when you

after you take them out. Hot Pack) Nearly all manufactur- CHURCH DIRKCTOKT OF bodice the tiny waist. mother-in-law" the letter have the babies out In the morning

naporatlon does not affect ( give suggestions for laundering; SERVICES set-In belt and the ruffled edging. goes on, "Is the kind pf woman who sunshine, "Meat cakes for lunch
canning of the fruit. Use the same method and fabric and if these directions FIH"T BAPTI1TBrr. around the big pockets and the demure her Anger over high surfaces or eon today Want to Join u.T" The
runs
except do followed we can expect satis A. K. I.lKhtfMt. Pa.t.r at top. A colorful frockto
The as for peaches re 80e N. Walnt. lrrt yoke shelves or bookcases and remarkson if she comes, she comes by her own)
Sugar
summer
Question. the fruit, merely prick the ctory results.You a Church School .: MorningWorship' 11:00 A. M. cottons.
nosy| be canned successfully Berries. can patch those broken B T. V. 1,00 P M. Pattern No. 8188 Is designed for interruption by the children she J Ignores .

rhf.ri? or sugar syrup with (C.ld Pack) in your screen without re Evening: Worphlp 8:01): P. M. Sizes 12 to 20. Size 14 takes 4 ft exactly as though they were A Frank Danghter-lnvLaw.

Juice used In its place. '(Except strawberries and the whole paneL Screen: Wednesday Worship S.OO: P, M. yards 39-Inch material, % yard con. not there. She criticizes me to Joe The other day a young wife of my

bowever, does mellow and rles) can be bought In three ma trast. 4V yards machine made as being too familiar with my helpers acquaintance had to writ a hard<

"? fruit giving It a better with the edges frayed ready FIRST M.TflODI"T ruffling. and because she saw the nurse letter. She wrote It to the Jealous
You Wash stem and pack use. If you do buy new screens H... ... C. .POOT.||. P..tarIM ; unreasonable who I
might try ........ in beauty parlor smot critical woman Isy
making your Pack Into clean Jars and add the good part of the old screen N. ( Strrrt downtown a
fruit Church JVhool 10 00 A. M. her husband's mother. In effect It
unuu', if canning less or 3 syrup Put on cap for patching uses .at some Sunday: p'o"r.hlfI :II:00 A. M. N...................................... bog a cigarette she asked me to discharge of laid: "Because I have protected you.
you are short on tightly. Process In hot time.SANDY. Young 00 P M: her. There Is no question

bvviunsWomhlp/ S:00 P. M. .. ................. my discharging Helga because she my husband and my little girls love
7 20 minutes or In pressure W.dn..da'onhlp S.OO: P. M. Addrtu.Name .......... you. But I am going to protect you
tower of strength to
may be Used< In or in LANE has been a me
at 3 pounds
place of 8 minutes
t ill no longer. Please don't come to my
fruit making will be the iw et syrup. at 250 degrees for 68 minutes. Ity Ida Ruth Allclredge liT.. MAIIK'1' EPISCOPAL' ...................................... willing, wash to dishes make ,beds even cook rake formulas leaves house again unless you can refrain

somewhat( H.... Krr4 Y.rke.. R.et.rMM
more Cherries.Cold born
from heckling forelgn- won
If sugar I. used and the Pack) Mrs Lorene Carter and Luclle N. (....r... lrrt s 11.1"'....................... and wash windows. Her people and my /:
derful father who has been for
( forty
vor wig be Church School 10:00: A. M. mine have known one another for
for Intensified Use stem and pit are spending a few weeks Sunday Worship 11.OO A M.Sunday .... ... years a loyal American. Please
Wash .
each cup of I In KJvtnlnir T'30: P M. Pattern No........ Size 300 years.
sugar the
I ttloa desired. Pack Into well Jacksonville. Frld.y Ev.n Inw 7:JO P. M. "In the kitchen I have flue willing never again ask my nurse whether)

fill with No. 2 or 3 syrup Mr. and Mrs. Brit Green were Holy Day, 10.00 A. 54. ach end IS pattern cent oealredt In rain.. to Hot- old Chinese, but he is lame, my husband and I ever quarreL
"Pleas eat what I II served at
my
ing on the 'sweetness relatives In Worthington and Joe's mother gets Impatientwith
tightly. PIRIIT PREsayTBRItreRev. !: !' Patricia Dow Patterns had table as you would eat whatever U
and fasten She
on cap Sunday. .. his slowness. never
e. .. H. 411. Put-
N. T.
York.
St. New served at the table of friend.
L1IIII In hot water .. IN W. 17th child and bad any
Says: 20 minutes a Green of Ratford S4A N. k Cherry .* but the one always
1IIan" jars minutes In the pressure Miss Beatrice: Church: School 10:00 A. MHunday plenty of money and she does not Please don't tell my daughters ,
are
the you putting visiting Misses Ida Ruth Worship 11:00 A. M. Mama 1* unreasonable and nervous
frujta! H...... a 5 pounds Or 68 minutes !in Alldredge Sunday. Senior CruiKdt .:00 P. ... seem to realize that four small
guide Nela Mae when I correct them. Pleas don'ttell
Iou pIck degree oven. Intermediate Youth ':00 P. M. TRAIN SCHKDL'LB boys area greater problem thanon.
out Jars: Mae Alldredge left 1oe P. M. his wife's
h:1 Miss Nela E'/.aln. Wonhlp : Southbound .. my son that neglect of
baskets fl.1d 2 Ae Artctionor she /,". few weeks* in "
y pints. If pints II or to spend a No. 1 due Starke 11:15: P. U. "Everything I do displeases her. him I I. town talk\
here.
whole.' "T. COWARD- CATHOLIC
sire to ten Sr. not given Ala., with relatives. .. ... 107:) due Starke 9:13: A. M Confident of his partisanship the
: olds .""'" TIII J. Mr.k>". Pasts No. She asks me what we are having
1irlds( j pounds (small hew eA1 query Miss 011 Lynn Cl*" i Mrs. Bascom Williams' and T...'.. ..__ No. 191 due Starke 10:38: P. M. for lunch and remarks that she will mother-1n-law dramatically showed
LmS 11I"to
9uattphlta Early Mss. t 00 A. M.
her He
this letter to read
a: It-pOund plaiting problem to Ian. Richard and Carolyn. 1".1.. ......... (Miami) have a sandwich downtown somewhere son. II
25 basket letters jour to her at re-em N I a business trip to Gaines: Bandar )*... s-00 A. U. Northbound If Joe Is tired and irritable through with a serious fact; read it
your W..k Day ..... *:eo A. If.O again. Then h* took a pencil from r
1eh 3.M A. )(.
errfes: 1 per Union, tli otdla Desptetnes last Friday. No. 2 due Starke : before dinner she babies him; she
II oral yields 28 'U ;.. 1'1*". ., Starke 6"35: : P. M. that have his pocket and marked it with a big
canned whole Chicago to Mm. Alma Thomas has re <> >rCt. TABERNACLK' No. 108 due Is 'so sorry darling, you
1 fusses of jam U (7%- _....L *,/...Uro*..4 ...". | home after spending a .... ...: Mr.. J. T. 45.I.l.r ap..wRunday "I No. 4.4 due Starke 3:2A: P. M. to live in all this confusion and check.

,.., Service 7:10: P. M York reservation train.)
./.Z&i, welters Kt. P P" weeks! In Jacksonville. Friday Service 1:::10 P. K. (New

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f'l'' f ,. BR4DFORDCorrrv' KuansArn. STARKE! FLOIUD' F7t1D1F, Jtti
$ ElGin I
1 f XOTT'C: T*> APPEAR i r _ht
1' I interetiuc reading on missions.1The STATE of .-URIPA.o la4a.r t 1 Y
Aircraft Carrier BROOKERBy Additional Society business of" the circle was'transacted 1'I i. Wc-Uou. wb M .*...- la FsJNtwr.le. .!.,.*... r p I
Fun Aboard a U. S. X C aocarili. I'
ech '4
---- the meeting a
: KM- Hardy also r.e are re5Uer'"d to' appear a.Aoaust t 1t H F.z. '.
Methodist Circles Tuesday to vw for the Red Croosl I :rd 1..Z. 1s U.. aboeo th.sa f'oort .
--' mined asd oraa wb.rek : .e.- .
MJt*. CASO.V KSTKBTAI.NH \ M
V1gDS
Have Enjoyable Meeting* was disccseed. Mrs. one 'plaintiff _*k. "iBr..US, Florida ;... s :
t l r Mrs. Janet Cason gave a birthday was appointed chairman of Covnrr Telccrsph .....II pvbUrhihw .I Shll. Ae of ,
Friday to honor of nr I Order. >. nest toot weekly" .tttmli' !ii ty
party Circle Number One of the t.b15or II. I IAfter I I us !E i tech"-v
Jackie. Ann who celebrated their < Christian: feutines waa transacted \ -it.'." mr IMUH and official 'ye. P Wi ". .i.iI
r o :
WomanSociety an : '
two daughter Betty Sue IX, and church. seal at Ikar..... Vl rt4a. tats Joly,i i *. D. > 't.
Service of the Kethodt! ; the meeting closed with 3rd. *242.40PFIClA4. I 1"-- ., .
birthdays on this gay occasion.: : SEAL AJ. Tlwinia!
met Monday afternoon in the by Mr*. H. L. BrownJee. CoatT.boo4tT' r L
+ prayer Court. 1.11 Clerk of aM
The hake folks had a grand i A I I 4a
Ili i (Recreation Building next; to the The hostess: assisted by Mrs., E. : T, Frank tndrvm.. $iarke. Florida firmed. ,

tim playing; game and contests ((1 church. Mrs. Titus Olson ctw,IW. Hayes, served dettcloti Ice !Ally for PI*. Coo rt "M '",
Miss Juanita Feagle being Court ia ,
top'ducted the devotionaL: aen1Ie- andsreretved :cream, and home-mad cakes to I nee_. BOT *
winner of both prizes' : O'rlCe ... %
1 ,
from -Our(# HEREBY !'
(
a chapter i
her guests. Xottce U "*.r.- ml**.* that PATEH : ;
Alter a gay hour of fun and.1 Time by Dwight J. Bradley. '1, M sNewsome** home was County Aaciw ft Ta.*. f 1"1 A:",, 'E teh

frolic >fr Caeoo.. assisted by i f The business session was presided !1 beautifully decorated with bowl I Bradford Ctmoty Florida. will NC3JBERT": :tip t
Hoard *f Conan [
with Ik
1 4 11. r III Mr*. RaJpb Beville of Gainesville. '! over by Mrs. W. E Middle- ,,of cut flowers placed throughout! (most.a>n>.-.........**f mmM C vmty.: latk ench COL'XTT, of :r ftS.. ... j

erred ice cream and birthday iton. circle chairman and at this) the .Jiving and dining room. office Covrt 01 a.the. CUrk. of rimrtda.the Clr-at to thaw y, .e., It .....M1 q

cake. lemonade and cookies to i time a clever card,of thanks was ,j jI lSie clock A4L J.17. St. A. rxl 'I..tor-e Judge tae.f 1Hr 1I..n..t... ,e .Ii

the little guests. read front the pastor, the Rev., ..i. for the purpom ., kari Kromplalala at tk* '. ant,, td!
an4 recelei.f" l* ,
I Bus Routes titmnr Oal.. tnr
*v ilk. _
Sue and Jackie Ann G. C. Powell and family. The A ::" -
Betty received ; a. to tk. vales of any prpertylreal M*. at *:** ? wt
many beautiful gift*. (card was to the Parsonage Committee Awarded Monday or 1"0--'_ as bard kr the less. 4. Ut:. why itle.: .I I..
1 I D L ., aid County Aa.e* nir of Taxes .01 BO ... val.dat4 M4 Mot
I Those sharing the fun were: [ and everybody elae110 I, b,. Aaemat Roll for the : t Bjdaly...,.... a->.,,< rod
,Minnie Lou Hajen. Juanita had; a part In putting new fur-,' At. the regular meeting of theCounty ".2. and for IB.. BBrpo** of pr-Ii ..Muirre4. Tt
Feagle. .
.
'...,,1110".1. .. sad eqaalUin;I erJ -J.\lalltt
i clr .....
Mary Frances Ilaien. Mary Jo]I nlture la the parsonage while the Board,, of ,Public Instruction I. such ra* ai i>t. Tfc. C o a a 'rll i ii Clarke, Pl..r da.* p. 1 j,
attending Mia Miriam Guy Arws.or :; Taxer and the School a'id }'Pr,,.
and Jackie Green, Frances, Helen. j pastor and family were Monday i Oa.u .t .
i of County Commi..lo3Mrr. may --1 ford \\Ie t
C....
and Jackie Barry. Betty Long. (,annual conference. The card;I was unanimously elected a* tlntt In m+.mton from day to d...t.nated. ,. t .da. ..

Marie Green Marjorie Fae Cros-J!i said: -Thank for Everything! ,teacher of Home Economics In I for .... wk or aut long aa la .wnlca ...... ruw a.*.I-e i I.",.1_,,..r-

r IFy ", by. Shirley Nell Green, Milton Thanks for the food thank for .the Bradford High School for the aeca All persons mry. ownlnf properly. _10I 1542.n Ib Jaly* folfejw.Ac I7. doer. '
ID4{
and Kenneth Matt. Stanley GreeD i the bed the nice things you did. 11942-1943, term of schooL I County J
the Harwood Donald and Julian Haz- the nice thing you said, can'tput I The resignation of C. C. Anderson -, appear at ....... meeting' or mr*<- hereunto WITXI-tts.ei:: W'lfEP.1tJr, !:
... .. aVearJ America war ship. BT :
h nuns caner ud
r e
AltKcb maJi such complafBt
to : or ow
it all Into fhl littlerhyme.. logs Ib* official
wrU .ai >*ke ab..t acme 'es. Gene Rltcb. Millie Anna Conway as principal of the Lawteyi .. to t b seal >f tad, ,
best eA M4. best p aU aaJlr ta Uw a eaa wonderful ale such testimony aa o tarke.. Drad(...,.l '- 1
; ? .f .... missy |*e*...eBir.*e .( wa' O. the e1gN' flak .f a C. s. aircraft of Palatka and Johnnie and but -"Thank- .,for' a colored school was accepted. j. value of any property, real or personal lal* Mil day .f Jay l .?A.,6|

i carrier, the last. T-fcMM ateak. .. )B. *e4 ta renew a. the sI .'.1 I Billy Seville of Gainesville. time! The Board unanimously agreed j ........as r o(flxpd Taxes,ky upon t k his e ASMM-CountyA I A. Clerkf "-.I
1f u
.*B4 par dn the Juicy es*r el pasta nli-fc-&:ry crew. A*** the I Durjn the''social'period Mrs. to re-employ Knight &: Knight as meet Roll aa they may d*.lr*. I Bradford C .oat UK, ,11
K
.w."'. k.ar (Bar*. T... ealtoted.. teat*** wM UM B.ar .f K.IBaC'', IIIXTO.V EDU.tBIJS! ""IU,:Blair and! slater, Miss Amy attorneys for the Board for the' County Qiv.n Cnmml ky Older....lon of<.r.the of Hoard Bradford of r-1e It ;-U ,FIM-" '

k tMe "UU 'I..... UWF es$4YNY. Mr. W. H. Hinton announce ICobufn, acted hosteasesi'and II County. Florida, this July alb A. -
the marriage of hi* daughter 1ap6 and coming year. D 1911. INrIRCI: tr rot RT ill,
served refreshing Juice
bus routes were COI \TI.
'\I Ernest The following It A J. Thomas; Clerk. fLUHIOti l'
1 Receives Commission Lucile.: to Albert Edwards cookie (1.M1.
I : action all other
on
Rubber} From 80'sThU 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards Circle Number Two awarded with Haruld Uentlarh, PIah'lt,, ;
,I t bids being deferred until a meet- tf .. Ht: CIBCI'IT cotRT or THE l len UeuUch, Ul. *"diDt ,!
former principalof June 28 at .
(I I John A Guy on Sunday. 2173.
;
; of
G. C. Powell' leader
*
i be held Wednesday. July FK.IITM' Jl UICI 'U CIRC IT OF .
to
1 BrooluvUle High School has1 the home of Rev. D. L. Norris of I'M. Two conducted the devotional Ing THE' HTTK OF FI.OHII. IV ORDER OP 1>1 .,.. "
1 r r LaCrostse.Mrs. 22: AND YON HRtlirnHO COT \Ttl NOTICE: T' APftil
commission as j service using as her ,subject STATE OF rU.RU.Ahl
(recently; received a ) O. R. Alvarez bus route to O. CII.CEHTCANE O nt_
h.
Edward, an attractive also NO 201 whoM n, ,j.Jrl..
M : "FaUn and presided
Lieutenant (Junior grade) with I R. Alvarez.J. PFClAr TA T W HOOL DI RICTN'tftF.Jt Robbins Are. Plhlad.J'!
brunette, was very becoming in a .over the business session. Miss E .Brown route to JE.. :S OP BRA D r OR D ylTaata.
( the U. S. Naval Ra.erve. Lt. Guy; j navy and white dress with navy 'Olive Ray transacted: her duties COt.'sT.LORtDA.. a corporation Augusta l. requfr4 i t. ,
1f win leave In a few day.; to take and white : Brown. organized and .I.Unl under, the named th., U41 in
accentoriesr
II u and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Court
t secretary Lester Crosby route to Lester laws of the State of Florida, and and a
ek ale ,P di way two months training course at !I Mr. Edwards 1* a graduate of J kino, treasurer looked after the Crosby.Ed THE BOARD OF OF BKADFOKD PCBLIO I.NSTRLTTIOV County plaintiff Telecraph*eea* diirom.h.u t:

Dartmouth College.- Hanover, N. Bradford High School and also financial part of the circle's Durban route to Ed Durban.A. COITNTY. .FLORIDA a corporation Order Witness la next. lour a nki nt,
attended the University of Flor work, A card of thank from organism. and .xltlnir under. tk. my hand tat
to A. A.
route
e A. Edwards Law. of Ikr Slate of Florida.Petitioners ., SS1. at Starke. Pendt I
l
H.Lt. ida. the pastor and family was read 1542.tOFFiCIAL.
Guy .. aeon of Mr. J. T. Edwards. .. SEAL)
J. Mr* Edward also receivedher by the secretary;.and future business A.I
Nelson Aa "
j a Nelson Green route to Clerk of Ned <
f Guy and the late Rev. J. T. Guyof ; THE STATE OF FI/5RIDA. K. bll'" t-i
K.
discuaned.
education at Bradford High wa TerryniaB
I Hampton. At one time P..ev.1Yr. School. i The ,third '''chapter from "OurTimes' Green.C. TO RespondentNOTICE THE TAXPAYERS I'. for Plf, SlirU.
II Guy wit pastor of the Starke S. Kelley route to C. S. Kel AND CITIZKV. (0. SPECIAL' TAXKCIIOOk
church and be and his Immediately; after the ceremony was ably reviewed by ley. DISTRICT VfJIPKR :1 OF V O T | i
) Methodist they left for a brief wedding trip Mr*. .S. S. Cowling, -the,subject Elam Lewis route to Elam BRr KOHD COUNTY FLORIDA: BRADFORUOITV.. FI/J
family were very popular while WHEREAS. S+ ".
here. and are now at. home to ,their being "Old ,Testament Milepoats Lewi*. DlntrtctumJxr. PclafTaflrirJ: NOTICE IS REREhnc

.n living: friend la Brooker. Mr. Edward on the Way of Love." After the J. Lewis route to E. J. County. Florida, a corporation organized pur.uant to Serb E.
p't and existing' under thel..aw8 18294 Law ,f (Mirldi,. m
is employed at Camp Blandlng. meeting adjourned Mrs. J W. Lewis.W. of the State of Florida. and l'17, knows .. lh. :KlEPt-1
New Neon Sign White acted a* hostess for the O. F. The Board of Public Instruction of the following dmrtt. u
MRS. MAKTIH E. PARKER E. Moody route to Bradford County Florida a rorpo. Bradford County Florid. i
circle and Invited the membersto
Sam Rosenberg bah "st pped Tomllnson. ration organized.. and saluting. under offered for sale. at puck
BURIED: HL'XDtV Canova'. Pharmacy where they the Laws of the Stat of Florida for the hlffbtnl. and twit r.
out' and put up a brand new Mr. Martba E. Parker died Ice and cookies. Sam Mott route to Sam Mott. the petitioners. In the above .n- ubject; to the rich of t tic '
enjoyed cream Charlie titled did' the 8th of the Internal :
neon ilgn in front of bla business Truman Norman to cause" day Improvtan
4 early Saturday morning at her (facto Number Tiny of July, A. D 1'4r.nfI with and to reject any and all Mi'
ld1' at 232 Jut: Call street. It la brief home In Brooker after a brief Mrs. W. B. Sewell hostess Cask ins. present to Honorable H. L. f+brlnK, Courthouse .becmninf. u I;
and to the point: "Loan*-8am'*." was Lonzl Norman to Felix Sapp. on. of the Judges of the above" clock A. M on the IftL,
n Me wheel bike 'r.... which illness. A native of f-saau to Circle Three at her home on Frank Nor- named Court a petition. for the August A. O lit!. Earn
i t Bete,: MMCll. t'.l,,erlly: .f Pena County Fla., she has resided In North Walnut St. Soon after theguest Frank Norman to validation of school bond of said road b right of s.from M 1 If
will
1 l1 1. .... Ambulance man. Special Tax fcchool District Number reserved ur
c4
the CallsOn Brooker
ripping for the
Urea Jut 22 years. arrived she served Coca- 2. In the aggregate principal through which there ma i
i ; x data. bock .. IIM. MlM Maacll d*. She Is survived by. four daughter. L. L. Renfroe to Ellery Sapp. amount of tJS.OOO>> 00. In bond. In beat Road
4 _.... the tire te the. Balleaal *erapmkbcr July; S Mr. K. C. Wynn Mrs. Rosa Cola, cheese s a n d wlches and Lester Slade to Lester Slade. denomination of 1500 00 each, dated Lit 4 of BIk 7 Llnmbcl.
Sweat Wave roes. Ga.; cookies. April I. .I94J. with Interest at the JJ Two I
eampalfB' which set
wit Ssilk:
was brought from a Jacksonville Mr. Victoria Johnson Alma. Ga.; Roy Tomlinson to E. U Kelley. rate of 3per". annum payableemlannually Lot t In I 1 Uncotatl
the The In of
r.W.g by rre.W4.d.i program was charge on the first days of St. T..p. S. R(. I! E. I
.- hoxpltal back to Starke In a De- Mr. Emma: Knigbt Tampa; Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and she in- I:* riRCCIT. COlltT. BRADFORD April and October each year evi" Lots I. 4 of BIk 1 15 Liml
Mr. Linnie Parker. roi TY. FLOHIUAl 1' CHA.C. .%- and Sec. 48. Rt atl
7 IIIANL'BhRIPTVERBa1 Witt C. Jones ambulance; and on ChUdersburg, vited the pastor, Mr. Powell to .V*It Y. the C'n rpatntfe.a.Jounn. ;* maw TRLSTTEES OF I INTEESI
ter. 1M BRADFORD COt/JTiTf July 6 Buck KIte was taken to Ala; seven 1IIOft8, L. L. ,Parker, conduct the lesson. Hat gave a Joule Burjrldine Welkins.. Plaintiff turing and being payable on April *>RO>OFEPWRIDDO(
s Gentry Stoke, Bert Stoke. Horace the v.. tf a m a r Wellons. Defendant. let In each. of the years and in STATE
.+ i'ELEolU.PlL the Veteran' Hospital. Lake City. most excellent review of third
Can No. 3OT1 amounts a* follow: By A. J. Thom. Af.e
Stoke, all of Brooker; Johnnie chapter ,of the book now being ORDER OF PUBLICATION!' AND 1294 to l"'. both Inclusive 1. 1. Fund Bradford C.

:' Stoke, Douglas, Ca.) Louis studied. *

. : CLASSIFIED ADS d'e I Stoke. Palatka., and Frank [ ''T b ecircle' v chairman' Mrs: r

Stokes Interlaehen; three sisters, Sewell
the devotional
conducted
t r r APARTMENTS FOR RENT at FOR SALE-3O-watt mobile or Mr*. Della Braddock Callahan; service, using a* her subject: the INSURE YOUR''MOST VALUABLE ASSET ,

Hartman'*. It Indoor loudspeaker system. Operates Mr. Etta Jacobs and Mt Rena day's lesson in The Upper Room

A volt D. C. or 110 volt Deeae, Marietta; three brother, booklet. During the business
9P FOft RBNT:: -the Lakevlew Cafe Abe Dlxoo. St. Augustine Nathan :J
A. C. Include 2 heavy duty; en- ; session a committee: was appointed YO
i and Club with 18 cabins onKlnffsley closed speakers, built-in record Dixon Blackshear, Ga.; and Ni- to put flowers in the church Lt, I' i in e

1t Lake and Highway f8. player s tor a g e battery ram Dixon Folkston. Ga. during the month of July.

et + ,.' Reason: Going I Into Army. charger crystal microphone: Sixty-one grandchildren and A* their contribution toward ONE: OF OUR ACCIDENT POll.
-1 i Thomas Legartas and Max cable seventy-six great grandchildrenalso
accessories.
stands Easyto helping furnish the parsonage CIES WILL DO THE TRICK.
t Krunand. ltp operate. In A-l condition. survive. Mr. Sewell and her slater, Mr*.

I t XK' ) K CNT-: --one furnished room Ha unlimited number of uses. Funeral service were held Sun- J. D. Cottrell gave a number of 35 Percent of All Fatal Accidents Occur In The Home

for light housekeeping. 613 Reply Immediately.-Box 331, day afternoon at 4 o'clock In the articles that had belonged to theirmother'
Starke. It Dedan Baptist Church with the
ootate. These usefularticles
West Madison. Itp
a p Rev. G. E. McCauley officiating. were: six silver teaspoons You Protect Your With Workmen's Com
F FOR BALK!: Covered wagon Pallbearers were: G. B. Coluoo; Employes
six knives and forks nine
FOR RENT four-room
-aew unfurnished -
filler, steep 4. good condition, L. A. Brown J. K. ?
: house in town. 120 Douglas T. table spoons, a pair of feather pensation-HOW ABOUT YOURSELF
with tires. Priced reasonably. W. Markey T. B. Plnholster
and and three
month water Included. Box pillow porch pillows.
J per
Can be seen at 310 South E. T. Stewart Arrangement

431D. Itp Church street, Starke. lip were in charge of Key McCabe I'
4'trlv Baptist Circles H. C. WALL AGENCYCONSTANT
F' FOR RENT-3 and 6-room furnished Funeral Home, Jacksonville.
FOR SALE- 19M Ford 2-door Met This Week ,
apartments; $40 and $32in
lt? advance. No children. sedan, 3 extra tire in fair condition SOCIETY SERVICE OVER 50 YEARS PHONE lib

# Clark' Brookslde Farm, 1 1.2 1100 cash for quick sale. Miss Lucille Thomas of Tallahassee Circle No., d .,of the Baptist

i ; mile out East Call street. Take Can be seen any time after 0 I* visiting her sister and W. :M. S., met Monday afternoon

left-hand dirt road after pas- P. M.-Thornton' Johns Hamp- brother-in-law. ,Mr., and Mra. Lee with Mrs., D. L. Sllcox. In the

ton. lip Green absence of the leader Mrs. Lv G.
elng new bridge. Look for farm
Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Kelley Powell Mrs. John LJnsin. co-
t sign. Cool room, large lawn.
SACRIFICE! SALE-Very desirable Mr. Alice Thomas and Leslie leader, took charge of the meet 1
!tr.. I* M. Clark. It ,apartment house, Starke. mow:
I ,Thomas spent the week-end in hit ':-

p } FOR RENT- 2 bedrooma and Excellent condition,. large cor- 'Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs., Mrs. C. A. Knight asked the

I i three 2-room furnished apart- ner lot on Gainesville highway ,Roy Thoma and Mr. and Mrs. assistance of all circle in helpIng -

ments.-Mrs. E. J. Dowllng, N. one block from heart of buds : Dock: Thomas. with the sewing: of garmentsfor :< *t:

Christian St., north of American district. Splendid money I Mr.. and Mr. Guy Plnholster the Red Cross.At : ty

",.1 : Legion hall. It maker. Ill health forcing sale. 1 and children of Jacksonville were the conclusion of the social

'1 Inquire at Bradford County visiting. Mr. I. W. Pin b olal.r hour, delicious refreshments of < a 1. rlh.ld ,. a. .J
FOR RENT-0-room unfurnlahed Telegraph or write XYZ. Box Sunday. open-faced sandwiches, cup cakes

r r house. Apply at Denmark'Furniture 431. Its and fruit punch were served by>>

"l i Co. 2t the hostess assisted Jay Mfr ..... -
/. M. Edward Builds a4
WANTED: Yard
man one day
James A. Lewis and Mrs Vernon -'- -
I CttBERT HOTEL AND COFFEB8HOPPE : \each: week.,214( ,Park Place.,, lip -
i' Maurice Silcox.
Palatka Fla. Bpeclsl! ; Edward, of the Bradf ro fClrrlA

weekly and monthly summer : WANTED experienced alteration o r d Engineering Company. Is -No. S FOR YOUR .V ."

rates.. European and American ,hand. Capable of doing uniform building a small home for himself Circle No. ? '
2
afternoon
met Monday
I .
alterations. near the residence of Dr. L. H. .
Blandlng Tailors "
plan. Members of the Armed ,
at the home of Mrs W.
!Force and their Families will 129 East Call St. lip Jennings on West Jefferson L. Wall. v 0 ",
XI street. The house will be of
con-
receive attractive a.:4
family rate
4 The devotional was led by Mra.
APARTMENT WANTED would crete construction throughout 22
: For Information please write
W. B. Alexander
leader who also
like to rent nice apartmentwith x26 feet consisting of one large ,
Gilbert Hotel, (Palatka Fla., conducted the --
Richard F. Rube Manager lip two bedrooms private room and costing 149999. Mr. Two program. ;
articles
bath and all modern convenience Edwards stated this week. very Interesting
from the "Commission"
ki FOR RENT Room for light *. Mr*. Hy Carl ton, Columbia were
I given and it was decided to help You have ALL of Florida's Nearby Resort'Civilians
i' housekeeping. Adults only. Military Supplies Call For The Army WivesWith the Red Cross with sewing, doing
jlt Mr*. W. H. Struth, W. Madison Street. lip and toot
St., near city limit. Starke. Itp many Camp Standing soldiers whatever work wa s requested.Reports too, need rest and relaxation to re-Invigorate tired bodies

LOST-!lArtus miniature camera. away on maneuvers "ome- were read and accepted, Serves to return to the job with an alert, freshened mind. Government officials

i 4 1 NICE CLEAN ROOMS for light Especially anxious to get back where In North Carolina," manyof and bills presented and paid. Parts recommend "furloughs" for civilians as well as for military men they
were given out for the
i housekeeping Mrs. F. M. half-used roll 35 nun. film the "army wive" have already program

Griffin, Graham Fla. 7.10 2tp which camera contained. $3: reward cone back to their home "deep meeting. July 20. encourage trips but short ones "close' to home."

d for return .of camera or Into the heart of Texas." and The meeting closed with prayer I. That's where Floridians are lucky, for where else In all the coun'1' o"

FOR RENT 2-room furnished $1 for return of film alone.E. .- other places.According. by the refreshments leader after which delicious I so -many grand vacation spots. resorts long famous for va! art

down-stairs apartment, semiprivate L. Matthew, Bradford' to Mlsa Charlie Mae were served. Une
y bath. 311 East Call County Telegraph. U Carter, director of the YWCA The next meeting' will be held : yours at inexpensive summer rates easy to reach by Florida Motor

"k'; street, or see Cashier' at Koch... (USO Club No. 4), many of them' at the home of'Mrs. L. H. Jen SAVI MONEY TRAVILINO MAORI TO SPIN} .,
t'' ltpf LOST-Sunday afternoon, ladiescoin are atUl In the nlngs. .HAVE ,..
R"
Starke-Blandiog
0.. 0.eWsr
% way Re.adTrtp iIJ1

FOR SALE:-One good farm mule, Ing cash purse, key downtown and checks.contain Reward area, and the work of entertaining Circle No. 3-met wrth :Mr*. R. Jacksonville_ ---.--_ .19 ______ 1.z6 MIAmI ______---: 6.38 ------. JJI
0ea1a
to finder. L. and other functions of the A. Newsome& her home 'on -----.-__ I.M ____ 1.88 Tampa '.:. .. 2.89 ------.. IJI
1 r,, r'' ,1 or will trade for cattle.i .-!... J. Benjamin "YW" will
in O
_ Green Green's Store Stark Camp Return, to Bradford the no wise letup- while Cherry street>(Monday afternoon : rla.d. --------- %.U -_--=,...:. BC ,IPeterattarg,::,:= S.47 ------i itJI

boysare away. at 3:30 o'clock/wlth, 11',member W. Pirn B-ch ____, 4.IS -"'
Itp County Telegraph. lip ---_....._.5,27 Key West __. 9M --
present-also one visitor. Mrs.

7't FOR BALE-Reasonable. 7-room 'F YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Lt. Struth! Promoted Susie Griffin of'Jacksonville.;

,bungalow wit l b 2-car garage,, milk cow, stock cow., beef .Mrs.' Q. W;" ''Aldermancircle UNION :BUS STATION

electricity, 10 aorta good farmland cattle. tock bulls or hoes, get Lt.. W. G. Struth (Junior grade} ). chairman, led 'the 'devotional the 71,. war Eliot! 'TZMPIX'AVENL'! PHONE Irl

a -O. B. Baxley. Middle- In touch with' J. D. Odom. Jr.. V., 3. Naval Reserve bal been them' being the Vision of Peace.

burg. Inquire it Orange Bus; Bon 247. Stark;. Box 204 Lake promoted to a, full lieutenancy. Several scripture references serej ''LACY- CONWAY" AgentflORIDAMOTORlH

) City; Telephone 481 Lake City. ne'.Ga of Mr*. W. H. Struth of
P pot. 7-10 4tp given on this theme, and a very
ljA >
Auction market every Thursday Starke, Lt. Struth I I. In charge will+ lt S
I' Interesting talk on 'mission in r
y, LOTS FOR SALt -With price on all classes of live tock of the communications departmentof Central America was ,given by !

C. at Lake 'at 2:30 P.' M. the U. S. Naval Section Base
:
h% + and terms to .ult. D. City Mr. Ethel Bigg!

iL n1 Knight Starke. 7.10 4tp t 9-8-43 at :Mayport. Bear Jacksonville. Mr. J. "E. Futch also gave an \I

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