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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 17, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1677


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2,071 T Cards Tax ValuationsIn Work Advancing i


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Issued Here BradfordUp

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total' of ,2,071 motorists re- Total assessed valuation of all Change In PersonnelAt Most Facts I,
ceived'"A" gas rationing booksat real estate tangible personal property -
the varlouo registration booths and railroad and telegraph NCCS Club

throughout the County on July property of Bradford county wall$3.581S.469
9, 10, and 11, according to Demp- for the 1941.42 tax Director James May of the About Project I
NCCS, Is with the Blanding boys
sey Sapp clerk o f Rationing year, according to records ofComptrollel'
Board 43-1. This total was dis- J. M. Lee at Talla- on their Carolina maneuvers, in
tributed follows his absence D. J, Shanahan, of Kept Secret f
as : Starke 1,329; hassee.In ) +
; Brooker 83 Reno Boston Mass., for the past year I
43
pi w ; ? ; Lawtey contrast to 1,120,135: for !
NCCS '
flsjOft r Director SI.
139 Graham : At Augustine,
t ; 33; and Hampton 1940-41, the panning year was
v F will have charge of the work I What la now1' known locally a/l
68. Although Camp Blanding is marked J
by an Increase of 220 .
the J
here Lake +
; not In the it "Crystal Field; but
r County\ was also percent In total asserament as Indicated I which
Included In Bradford County's In an analysis by the In addition. to Mr. Shanahan. probably will soon be
registration with 376. Four motor, Florida State Planning Board fora L J, Kel":,,y, also of St Augustine known as the "Army Air Base
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cycles were registered at Camp i meeting 0 f county officials will be assistant director.Mr. Statke, Florida, la beginning to'take

Blanding; none lu BradfordCounty. with Governor Spessard L. Rolland Hellley Is a graduate of shape among the pine and
: and Notre Dame University where he oaks about eight miles' southeastof
Comptroller Lee
.\bo\e Spitclous Mr. Sapp stated!. that 90 percent I Ilefore tux laws enacted by the majored In Business Administration town near Road 48,
frame bun )go alow and I For several weeks almost
,
Physical Kducutlon.Dependents .
(Continued ou' page .elght) (Continued on page eight) every-
recently completed I one has known that some sort of

for Mr. and military activity was. going,!: on In

I\IMI. Itobt. II. So You Didn't Pay ;' that locality. The Telegraph
Like
It?
"'ear. Mr. Wear It. made several tripe to see author-! ,

director of thee tips there In an endeavor to get '

,, + !" YMCA- USO la 'I t Will Start SoonMen mifflclent "publUhable" Information
Stnrke. The Telegraph has been vigorously' commended to pIUS on to its readers. ,

land roundly condemned for publishing: a statement two nut because the project.waa still

Left: Attractive weeks ago concerning: the high rate of venereal disease' In the armed services will In its formative stages, the Tele- .

ass brick home built infection among the men at Camp Blanding. begin contributing to support of graph was forbidden to publish
for Mr. and .
Mrs.Paul Mr.I Such mixed f reaction might have been expected their dependents about November anything whatsoever In regard\ to
Bridges.
ti.
Urldjlf.t! I I..* an engineer just as the'w t nd' is equally divided between those who 1 under the new family dependency -
with the face facts *i ; rely,. with a determination to "do some- act, with the Federal government It was not until last Friday 4

Seaboard Air thing about it:".. and those who flinch from ugly realities supplementing the funds. that a reporter wan rewarded bya
Line. pref.errng to live in the midst of evil rather than The ditto hag been fixed tentatively small Incomplete story' that
by the War Department Insetting could be released for publication."A .
to admit its existence
up machinery for deductions of contractors are
It is>ome degree of consolation to know however I
from pay of service men now engaged in construction ac-
that among' those approving the light of publicity were and contilbullons by the gevern-. tivities" wild H W Bchnelkert I

Warned New Bond Quota Assembly Delegates leading doctors and business men, while at least one ment for financial aid to depen civilian public relations% officer.

pits Complete PlansThe vociferous, critic was the proprietor of an institutionthat dents. "Local labor and skilled craftsmen

can hardly be classed among Starke's more moral The amounts to be paid range are being employed as far

Ibserve Law Set At $19,900S. largest group to attend the assets. Whether any significance can be attached to upward from $50 a month for a AS pofmlble. The work la done I

Florida Baptist Assembly held on the sources of criticism and approval, we decline to say. wife with no children. Of the under the Jurisdiction of the
Stetson Admittedly the statement was shocking. We had total $22 will be deducted from United States Engineers' office of

[ Its Intensive educationalto A. Weldon chairman of the University campus annually hoped it would have the same effect as a miniaturebolt the service man's pay for his the Jacksonville district, and Lt.
this from 21- Edwin A,
year July wife and fawblnn.y Is
children plus an additional area
of
teach merchants
War Bond Savings CommUtep of lightning jolting a few complacent citizens right "
SOth, will go from the First Baptist $5 If he has other engineer
|e requirements of price for Bradford County announced church of Starke next Tues- out of their seats and firing them with the zeal to clean Government contributions dep.ndents. The enemy would doubtless be

regulations, the ,Office Of. this week that the quota for day afternoon To date the following up a siuation that is doing Starke irreparable damage. will range from $28 for a wife glad to know fuse how gnucti

Idmlnlstration has an-: July was 19900. Postmaster young people are registered Admittedly the statement was revolting. It was with no children to $40 for a money was appropriated tot this/ ,

j It would ,effective 1my -i Fred F. Stump a little,worried, for the trip: Caudle Haaen, not intended as Chamber ofCommerce publicity re wife with one child plus $10 for proJect; '?'ha' e. ...I1JLIIl 1 '....:._'__ .. ,
expect full compliance I lest ,ft reduced quota for July I Ruby, S lie ox. _Clarlse.,.,:JThomas, I lease. It.woaJd. never have been included iiya,"booster"" each additional child. "e" regaled-now.: 1'mI'

I, might cause Bradford County Lois Newsom, June Harding;, or "mail away'* edition. It would hardly influence a' Generally the Army said the planes wtl: be then, and how '
Bee rules by Florida 1'eav. citizens to lessen their desire to Sellta Sparks' Josle Skipper Sara man to bring his .wife and children to live in Starke- applications for allowances should many men.. But these figure t

I buy bonds. and stamps. Barefoot :Margie Patel Nancy but the cold fact it that perhaps he SHOULD think be made by the service man himself cannot be released
[ held a total of 120 LlKhtfoot, Mrs. Llghtfoot, and twice but they also be filed "Like all other war projects at
about
I But since U. S. Government bringing his family to a town where such may
In 30 cities and towns In the who Is the this "
pastor on facultyof by the dependents forms time continued W. Schnel.
on to
bonds present about the only safe conditions exist.If .
I during the last three the Assembly to teach "Out be made available about July 23. ; kert "the base la being pushedto
investment on earth today there Starke has been
W. always your home, doubtlessyou
C.
Sherman Statetor lines of Bible History alwaysone completion within the earliest
said "at which all should be no let-up In the buyingof of the largest classes at the shuddered to see this reflection on a town that was Most frequently asked questions possible time."

I':1: were invited to hear I bonds and stamps to defeat Assembly.The once known as "one of the cleanest little places in Flor concerning Include the dependency allowances If the United States Government -

e: specialists explain these the Axis powers. A person puts Assembly Is directed by ida." Well be assured-you hated it no worse than we. : because of Starke's otra-

n. We are assuming his reasonable money where return It 10 for safe his getsa Investment Dr. W. W. Wllllan. Sunday School Starke means as much to the Telegraph] as it does to Q paid-When? will first allowancesbe teglc and dangerous location, baa,

I merchants have had an' Secretary for Florida and offers our most sentimental reader We take no unholy joy seen fit to appropriate funds for
fcity to be Informed of and helps win the war Investor classes in SS training. Baptist in proclaiming its shame. But we do feel an obligationto A-None will be paid before this air base and a similar one 20
required, and thereforebe What more can any patriotic : Union and missions November 1, but payments then miles to the south- near Gainesville
want? Training work print the facts, be they good or bad, and if there are
( complying with the will be retroactive to June 1 for does' It not stand to
well class for those reason
as as a sources of disease here that are endangering the pres-,
In the
men service
of musical talent which Is led on that date. that Starke should be on the"alert"
n.know by ent generation, as. well as fut U generations to
that more than 90 Soldiers Upset Dr. Harold C If fin. talented director Q-Should the service man or 24 hours each day with
feel it the
to
come we our duty warn public just
of the as dependents make the application? :Its observation tower-and Its
merchants are co- Stand of the Stetson Glee Club who
Popcorn I quickly as we would if saboteurs were in our midst. ;civilian
Is to the fullest extent in also has charge of the music for A-Applications should be made volunteer airplane observer -
I Fortunately not all influential citizens i I 1YWCA
their prices down to t,. E. Bobzln the onearmedman 'the Assembly. The number on are as by the service man when possibleto *
vela In Justice to those who operated the Burch I the latest registration card received squeamish as the few who have told the Telegraph avoid duplications. Dependents'

complying we plan to popcorn stand near Stump's store, here this week indicated "You shouldn't print such things." When the matter before making a n application Plans

pectors into the field this has left town-at least that II!' 'an attendance of at least 600 this came up for discussion at the Rotary Club last week should write to the service man Outdoor

bring Into line those few the way It looks from here! 'I year. The local group will meet following a straight-from-the-shoulder talk by Dr. M. to avoid duplication. I Program

violators who have Jump- Thursday night of last week a Sunday afternoon to complete all J. Ford, director of the Bradford County Health Clinic, Q-Where may application form' Although most of the Camp

prices" group of outraged soldiers, unable I arrangements and to plan Informal most members were in favor of getting down to brass be obtained? I Blanding soldiers are on maneuvers

emphasized major points to wreak their vengeance on songs to be used as a groupat tacks; names were called and the question uppermostin A-After July 23 by the ser-' and many of their wives have

fgulatlons as follows. him personally rolled his popcorn the Assembly and at a special many minds was, "Why can't something be done vice man from superior officers returned home, Miss Charlie Mae

retaUer. can charge' more 'stand Into the street turnedIt table reserved for this large about it?" by civilians from the nearest Carter, director of the YWCA

Item now than the highest (over and broke much of the group. "Granting that it Is impossible to round up all Army station.post, camp, or recruiting USO( club No. 4)), ha* announcedno

1 charged for it in March glass with their fists-according Regular services will be held immoral women who are here today and gone tomorrow let-up In activities of the YW,

to eye witnesses. :Mr. Bobzln spent Sunday at the Baptist church ," one Rotarian spoke out, "the fact remains that Q-Must a wife or child prove They will take on more of the
tar the night, In Lawtey was In with the pastor speaking at the dependency? nature of outdoor than Indoor
retailer there in midst who have lived here for
must! !In are some our
post
A-No t
and merely relation activities
*. bls Starke early Friday morning morning hour on "The Man Of prove during the summer.
[ of "ceiling prices" on has not been seen here since. The World," and In the eveningon years, are on the streets practically every day, and con- ship. A series' of garden parties to

living commodities Piecing together stories told by "The Black Sheep Of The tinue to ply their trade uninterrupted." Q-Must a parent brother sinter .- be held on the lawn Saturday
Prominently enough a 0 The names of a notorious pair described as "un or grandchild evenings 7
fe customer Police Chief A. L.' Alvarez Mr* Family All are invited to these prove dependency at or 7:30 o'clock will
can read the and and believably filthy." and who are frequently seen dipping ? be Inaugurated
rom where Frances :Montelbona. employe at services to enjoy singto soon for army
Is purchase. he stands to the Military Inn and others It the music of the Hammond snuff and soliciting on the courthouse grounds were A-Yes, that they are depenent wlven "The lawn furniture has

"must aeema that Mr. Bobzln had been Organ at 11 o'clock and 8:15 in brought into the discussion. "There's a bunch of cars on the service man for "a Just been painted and made attractive.

tien board have filed with his drinking beer freely Thursday, the evening. Sunday school prceeds !'- ,around their.'place-rall' the time and the 'man of the substantial portion of their sup ," Miss Carter said "and
a complete list the morning service by one '* port They also must prove re- U very beautiful against the
celling and went Into the Military Inn house goer>around town boasting that he doesn't have .
price9 on ids COM hour and Training TJnlon the lationship.Q irreen b a o k g round. Croquet-
g about 6 P,* M. .and Insulted Mrs.Marie' to work anymore, it was said.
commodities
Q- will a m e nts be horseshoes
enumerated p y and
other
evening service.Observation outdoor
M v. wife of' a soldier. the fact that
General Maximum Price Dr. Ford brought out a soldier loses made? games) will be enjoyed

Ian No i.'W About 8:30 o'clock some soldiers 30 days of active training during treatment for venereal A-By government check mailed Mrs. Frank E. Wilson baa

retailers who 'do accusing him demanded an ex- Tower ,disease. "This means 'either that he goes into action monthly placed her Klngsley Lake cottageat

*ernand what Is expected still planation. He went all over they to were the Plans DrawnWithin -without being completely prepared or that his training Q-Will Individual dependents the disposal of the YWCA for
/ them
and. told
10 get In touch with Inn, drove' off. Later the costs the government hundreds of unnecessary dollars. receive separate checlullAAllowancee holding swimming parties picnics,
aI rationing liars, and the next few days it is to a wife and etc., where the girls and their
boards 'Im- and broke "A COMMUNITY THAT ALLOWS SUCH CON-
l soldiers went over up
Iy for the Observation children probably will be Included husband
expected that may take
Information advantage of
on how his stand. Chief Alvarea stated DITIONS TO EXIST IS SABOTAGING TilE WAR
their prices( Tower to be erected atop Blanding In one check But separate water sport during the summer
and what that If he returned he would have EFFORT JUST AS EFFECTIVELY AS THE PAID
an be. charged. Center at the corner of Call and checks may be sent for example, *
to take him to court; but. that if Weller Streets will be begun and AGENTS OF NAZI GERMANY Dr. Ford said. to a dependent father and dependent Painfullyturned.

Safe ,I he left town It would be a closed I finished H. A. Carlton Chief The first draft figures showed that 11 percent of brother.

Incident. It seems to be closed Airplane Observer for Starke, an- young men in Bradford County were victims of venereal Q-Can a mother receive allowances Roy A. King of Hampton I to

cy Conway I except the stand which belongsto nounced yesterday. Several car- disease, and Camp Blanding officials 'state that the rate from two sons? slowly Improving from severe
in the
the Company Is still penters and other mechanics have U. S. training "If A-Yes, If it Is shown that gasoline burns received July 4
there is the highest among camps.
conway needed a place Street broken up! volunteered their,'asslatanee, andIt inflicted with each contributes a "aubetantlalportion' while cleaning a roller, ifted' by
10 of .
Union percent our young men were any
Bus who of her the Wolfe-McLeod
Construction
that support.
station to is hoped everyone "
of chan ..and also a keep safe Knitting Room OpenThe will help In any way will be at other communicable disease, it would create panic, Dr. Q-What arrangements for. allowances Co., about s I x miles east of
n tiers his money taken Blanding Center Friday morning Ford said. "Yet venereal disease is one of the worst should be made by a Starke on Road 261. Both hands

'tell banking hours. .He Red Cross knitting room at 9 o'clock or as near thereto scourges of mankind. It destroys not only body, but man about to be Inducted? and wrists and both legs to the

V, a safe but wanted Is ..open at St. Mark's. Rectory as possible. mind, and its devastation is passed on to generationsyet A-None, he will be given an knees were burned.

snail one: When he cot 'every Tuesday evening from 7:30: Those who cannot work duringthe unborn." opportunity to do so after Induc- According to Mr. Kin*. he was

e dt t 18 inches square he to 8:30: o'clock. For further Information day but who can devote sometime And still there are those who would let this evilflourish tion. was cleaning the roller with a

that It would be an concerning knitting to the project after work in' the dark, rather than face an unpleasant Q-What effect will the allowances rag' wet with gasoline when a 'I
'
ter fOr someone call Mrs. Edwards Burns or .Mrs Mr. Carltonat have on allotment. that a short circuit In the roller set fireto
to pick' hours will please see E
eft It In a C. A. Knight. truth'And wIthus service man may now have la the rag and the backet ofgasoline
"Bear
truck and the Bradford County Telegraphor so to our critics, we .can say only
effect 1AIf nearby. His hands
telephone him at 29. Moneyfor :' Please be assured that these facts are not pub- and
e. lie the allotmentsare legs catching fire, he had
Filed present
I took Deeds been presence
Some this project has not yet of sensationalism or muck-
pieces 'of lished for
the'purpose
of such size that they will not of mind to smother the
;rUCk Uland bunt thell1 a through t h. James Pat ray and his wife raised; but the who work will must donateto be raking, but in a sincere effort to bring to light the permit deduction of $22 or $27 flame with the leg of his trousers

I concrete base, Nora Patray to Ben Suslow. July done, and those will do ao. problem. in the hope that someone, somewhere will monthly under the new provisions Instead of running. For .several
please
!t4Ze firmly to the floor 7; D. E. Knight and N. L. Knight When the completed cause it will no doubtbe bring to light the solution. and leave the service man days, In addition to excruciating r

111 be difficult his wife to J. F. Lee July 8: D. of the finest and most convenient But you may also rest assured that the Telegraphwill $10 a month for personal use. It pains from the burns he
r 44r for any thief EV Knight and N. I.. Knight.. his one observation post in the continue to publish such facts, if and when they will be necessary to either discontinue had high temperature and suffered

i I b"I. station late Without taki wife to A. J.. Angelo and Mary State. 'are made available. or adjust them. from nausea.adinltand .
too. Angelo, his wife July 8.

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: '' face of the danger that threatens to destroy the ters. Mary Jo, Lila Ray June, t Married Men
4t The Bradford County Telegraph entire country was shown when the House of Peggy and Frances are spendingthe

ii'' A KHtkbUMied 1877 Representatives voted to lop off more than half week with Mr. Caldwell par- Will Be Last Oa&&iie

d of the appropriation requested for the Office of ents at Ocklawaha.Mr. To See Service,
y
MEMBERPWR1atPRbssAssocrAnoti evident and Mrs. Sanford Ritch,
Price Administration. It was glaringly

that this cut was made, not as a means of reducing and son Gene, of Brooker were. ; Family men can stop worrying ,.._ ._ u
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. : about being drafted into the
t KMICWUEDrTORIALASSOOAIICW government costs, but simply as' revengeon W. Ritch. Their friends here Army right away. of "How to Win Friend
Leon Henderson bead of OPA for his unwillingness -
lQ.elli I
are always glad to see them
i,,, I:. L. Matthcwa_______ Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION to "play politics." Mr. and Mrs. W, N. North and Latest ruling: from selective 4nui Influence/ Peo l&HFOREWARNED
In Washington -
service headquarters :
F Mr. Henderson now employs 34,576: people In Mrs. J. O. Beavers, their houseguest will be 0 0I a
tr is that married men
: KATE
his efforts to keep inflation from causing the were week-end guests of
I'? ,, ,.' Yearly, $1.75; Six Months '1.00< financial ruin of the country. In order to enforcethe Lt. J. O. Beavers at Daytona. I called workers last before, taking husbands single and war

't tq price ceilings and other phases of his pro- Mr.. and Mrs. J, R. Kite Mr. fathers.

{" d t"abU.becl Weekly on FrlrtayB and Entered ** tleoa gram be estimated that he would need 88,000 em- and Mrs. J. P. Warren and son, Draft boards have been orderedto IS FOREARMED

; a sad Clans Matter at the Poet Office at Starke, FU. ployes during the coming year, and asked Congress Jimmie Tallahassee, and Miss spent Mary Sunday Smithof at fill their quotas In this order: Frank A. Munsey was a young telegraph

for $161,000,000. His appropriation was Jacksonville Beach. 1. Single men with no depen- Maine. The most powerful, the most outstanding ope ato

I Maybe We NEED Fanaticism cut to 75000000. Mrs. Gerald Cox underwent a dents. the state was James G. Blaine: "The Plumed Knl
The fly in the ointment, as far as Congress severe operation for removal of 2. Single men who do not con- "The Mighty Man of Maine" they called him g:

r' "As a nation, Americana haven't been lighting was concerned was that Mr. Henderson, in filling a growth on her eyelid last weekIn tribute to the war effort, but knew that some day he probably would M

this war-not by a long shot," said Life magazine these Jobs committed the unpardonable 0in of Jacksonville. She Is recovering who have dependents. gram for Blaine, and that would serve as receive his a

Jy' 5 recently. "A comparative handful of boys and officers picking employee according to ability instead or o nicely. 3. Single men with dependentsand meet him personally. chan

have been fighting bravely and eagerly. But political "pull." John A Bouvier, Jr., of Miami. who contribute to the war I Munsey knew nothing about politics so he

ttP +' at home the fighting hain't even begun. Most But the plum-loving House of Representatives was the guest of his parents Sunday effort friend, E. C. Allen and had Allen tell him all that went III

of America la earning big money, eating well couldn't see permitting such a Juicy vote- going from there to Tallahassee 4.' :Married men without children At last the moment came-the by-election he co

r tr rolling up new betting record! at the horse races, getting organization to be kept out of politics. returned here for a days who are not engaged in the correspondents flocked in from Boston News?

tl 11iu i tq dashing around the country on rubber that Is Congressmen resent any' criticism of their visit and proceeded to Washington war effort. from New York; and the telegraph instrument some even

absolutely Irreplaceable The only battle the actions because it "tends to undermine the con- D. C., on a business trip of 3. Married men without chil- with excitement. Some' of the chahi

t l U. S. Citizens. have won so far Is the battle of the fldence of the people In their elected representatives. several days.S. dren who are engaged in the war himself and some were important.messages and of were for ft
effort. a
I .newspaper headlines Meanwhile the Axis ." C. Carter 0 f Brooksvllle Munsey bided his time. secret n u
6. Married men living with wife
,l? punhe/1/ In, ring'* UII with steel accumulates. real Perhaps If they did more to inspire this confidence spent in-law the and week-end daughter with, Mr.his and son- and child or children only and Then a night .came when there was a message

{ : buses all over the world." there would be less ground for criticism. Mrs. K. W. Tyus. who are not engaged In the war called for secrecy. "i)

That 'Is a pretty tough statement, but the effort. Munsey took the himself
:Mr. and Mrs.\. W. E. Malone message and went to Bla
: gl facto will bear It out. The Incredible optimism Prepare To Sabotage Saboteurs spent Saturday with Mr. Malone's 7. Married men living with wife asking to speak to Blaine personally. Blaine
was
concerning the war that still prevails in some and child or c h 11 d r e n only, impressed by the effort the had n
sister Mrs. J. L. Paschal. In Lake young man
:. quartern io not shared by military men. As Gen- The recent landing of Nazi saboteurs on the I who are engaged in the war ef- behalf. In a few minutes Munsey was inside gone to it j

eral Somervell, the Army's chief of supply said shores of the United States, as near to home as City.Mrs.. S. Goodman and son I fort.To were talking politics. Blaine was surprised at how and t
In a 4th of July speech at Detroit, the United Jacksonville Beach, forcefully Illustrates one of the be classed as a n'' rried the young man knew about the subject m
of New so dear
Henry, York City are to his
f Nations have taken a terrific shellacking In every many ways In which civilian defense protective I spending sometime with Mrs. man, a registrant must have been and when Munsey finally left Blaine invited him he
married to
before Dec. 8 and
corner of the world. And most of us have no measures may be called Into play sooner than Goodman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1941, another day to have dinner with him. ct
"'i must be living with his wife
{, Idea of the magnitude and difficulty of the job expected. B. Hershfleld. children. or Through Elaine's friendship Munsey met other in

"q It that 'lies ahead. The hard truth Is that Hitler "Civilian defense units may be called to ac- Willa Jean Malone accom- Draft headquarters also listed tant people. His rise in the world was launched. Bud,
8s
1i and Ills brother dictators have done more to tive duty to meet the enemy threat of damage to panied her guest, Mary Beth 34 essential: activities t o guide sey did not accept without giving. Later, established

ar change the map of the world than any conquerorsIn utilities, buildings and personnel by saboteurs," Webb of Lake Wales, home fora local boards in determining New York publisher he threw himself into a campai]

modern hlntory. Major-General Albert H. Blending of the State visit of some length. whether the registrant Is engagedIn elect his friend president of the United States andBla

i'' The Russians showed great valor In the defense Defense Council remarked recently.. "Injuries and Ennls A. Bradshaw who is em- the war effort came within an ace of getting it, too, for New York

.. of Sevastopol. They were hopelessly outnumbered damage caused by planted explosives i could af- ployed at the Post Exchange at Boards must determine if a pivotal state and Blaine lacked only 1,149 votes of was d;

;t;.( In both men and equipment and after fect a community in much the same way as an Camp Blandlng. has gone with man is engaged In the war effort ing it. ]

WMsn,! the first few days the Luftwaffe had command air raid leaving similar emergency problems, such North the soldiers Carolina.on maneuvers in then they must decide( If his When Thomas Masaryk called "the father of Czed

of the skies The Red Army made the Germans as the removal and treatment of casualties, the Accompanied by his niece Mrs. particular job "makes him a Slovakia" was trying to bring order out of chaos, he

;.e r+ pay tremendously for their victory, and according control of crowds, the demolition of unsafe walls John Crews and Miss Bernice "necessary The firm man.In which he is cided that the person who could do the most for him i

to the Moscow account, Sevastopol was left a pile and the handling of fires." Dobson, W. L. Crews has returnedto ployed must be fulfilling em- our own President Woodrow Wilson. He came to Arne
a war
{;i.. ; of uneleHM rulnH. But Sevastopol was a vital position to Wilson to his
his get announce
r' General Blending urges all Florida Defense home In Miami. I contract, perfomlng a government sympathy with Czech
+ and Its loss Is extremely important. Now Councils and individual volunteers to redouble I Mrs. P. S. Crews attended the uervice or service necessary to vakian independence.But 1

I Germany can release many battle-trained soldiers their efforts to complete programs and speed I wedding of her niece, Miss Beatrice -I civilian life in support of the war he was too smart to go to Wilson and say, "PI,

for service elsewhere. Sevastopol Is a key point training In order that the people of every community Johns, to Billy Jones at effort, or he must be supplying Mr. Wilson we want a democratic country like ycj

'/r in HiUer'8 drive u> seize me on resources 01 me In the state will be prepared to meet any _n ti-_ _hnmA____ n'__ _1I.rn_._. nnolTnl.nu..... vv...... _a'_ material for such firms. Won't you help us?"

9I : + Caucasus, and' to shatter the U. S. supply line emergency that may arise from enemy action. Raiford Sunday afternoon. The essential activities were: Instead he went to the library and spent three w
i j to RuHsia. That Is why the German commanders Supt. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman I production of aircraft and parts; studying the books Professor Woodrow Wilson had wni

wanted It taken, no matter how great the cost. returned Tuesday night from ships, boats and parts; ordnanceand on the subject of democracy freedom, and ideals in
r As yet we have not fully appreciated the Every Driver Needs A "Full House" Fairfield Term., after a few days accessories; ammunition; agriculture ernment. He absorbed these and put them into an apjj j

jC: extraordinary fanaticism of Axis leaders and Before many more weeks elapse, an automobile visit Chapman with, Jr:Major and Mrs. L. F. ; food processing; forestry, of sixty pages had it bound and sent it to Wilson to t
troopa With them It Is "win die." logging and lumbering; construction before he called him. -
t or They take on
carrying only one two Mrs.
i or passengers will be J. M. Hembree returned ; coal mining metal
t, incredible chances. They fight under the worst looked upon with suspicion. The "ShareYourCarClub" Friday from a visit of several non-metallic mining; and mining; Wilson was tremendously impressed. Why, this i

ki: I' climatic and geographical conditions. They violate organization, now being effected In Florida days with her parents Mr. and and quarrying; smelting processing refining ,I thought as he did! Smart man. .Ought to lend him aka h

p j ? classic rules of warfare. The commanders are provides that a well-filled auto will be the rule, Mrs.! J. F. Williams of Trenton.EVERGREEN and rolling metals. He became Masaryk's champion, and through his d

i ,1 completely callous when It comes to shedding the rather than the exception. Many 'workers\ at Camp Production of metal shapes and ence the Allied governments fell into line and Czech

P Mood> of their men. These Axis hordes can be Blending have done this for some time, as a matter forgings; finishing of metal products vakia declared herself free from the Hapsburg rule!

ompared in many respects to the brutal hordes of economy-but now it is becoming, a matterof Ry Mr*. ,F. A. Boiler ; production 0 f Industrial By all means when you are to see a man on auto;
:Y. .of Ghenglils Khan. To> stop them to defeat them, necessity as well. agricultural equipment; machin- tant matter, learn all you can about him beforehand.

'j wilt require comparable fanaticism, held in a It Is Mrs.\. Mavis Day and children I ery; chemicals and allied products a subtle compliment to him, an Archimedean lever in jj
e+ f g ery different cTiuae, on the part of all the United pointed out that the Share-Tour-Car have returned to their home at ; rubber products; leather favor. .
gP Nations plan is part of a program designed to save tires, Haines City after spending several I I products; textiles: apparel: stone. .

P From the U. S. of view automobiles and gasoline and now-since supple- weeka with her parents, Mr. clay and glass products; petroleum I
point the Jap landings Lunch Box Sold during World War I, and h
I and Mrs. W
T.
mentary be Brannen.Mr. .
j ,; ;, In the Aleutians cannot be gas can obtained by private auto- natural-gas and petroleumand
', passed off casually, as mobile owners only through the organization of :] and Mrs. D. R. Redding coal products gone to Washington, It !If su
''l' some optimists have tried to do. It Is true ; transportation Last week F.. C.
that i
a and Miss Louise Rosier ,.-
club to his comml.llo.newed.
; Florida motorists must join In car were equipment. HOlllngaworth"1 try get
$ few sharing
rock !inland
shrouded In fog. off the tip of shopping In Jacksonville Satur- real estate .
units in
Transportation
order .
to obtain the gasoline to which the 8 e mces; ma-
t true Alaska that aren't Aleutian Important and Alaskan In themselves. It Is also State is entitled and which is necessary to trans- day Miss nIgh terials for packing and shipping Longacre, souvenir store proprietor Mr. Hollingsworth tit

outposts could be port workers and avoid Mary Rosier returned products; communications equipment purchased from L. P. Berrythe
f q used for unnecessary damage to Home after Longacre recently sold to
devastating raids on the U. S. spending a week with
proper. ; communications
the oil business and the state's services; Lunch Box which stands lit
economy. her sister : between Lappert lot 1 la block
General Mrs.
Billy Mitchell Paul Glover
once said In effect, that at heating, powder and
whoever controls Do your neighbor and yourself a favor by Fairbanks.Mrs. Illuminating the bank and the Park curity Homesltes" a mil ,.>
Alaska would services
win
the next ; repair and
handtrade
war.
organizing a Share-Your-Car Club today! :]. Inman Nettles and Theatre on South Walnut street. Starke on Road 261.
There is no reason to suppose that the Japs raided of children services (blacksmlthlng, armature ( "We are going to serve genuine
Dutch Harbor and seized remote Attu and Kiska Auburndale are visiting rewinding electrical and bicycle barbecue of all "
Just for the sake of what military men call a Pins And Needles Brannen.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. repair, automobile repair, harnessand lingsworth elated.kinds"The Mr.pit Hol-has Recent BirthsMr.

diversion. The Jap commanders have shown all Speaking of the straw that broke the )Ir. and Mrs. Joseph S. Cope- tool leather repair, clock repair, already been prepared," and Mrs. F. F Ci

along, that everything they do is part of a care- back-It has now been determined that camel's land and Mrs. Maggie Forsyth of health repair and welfare and a h a r p ening) ; Mr. Berry. who came to Starke 'Starke, July 2, girl, Jug fully-prepared plan, and that economy Jacksonville services; edu- from Memphis, Tenn., several
everything has Louise
a In the of were visiting Mrs. ;
use pins and needles can be of J cational services
{? bearing on their grand strategy. It will be hard winning the war. help in S. Rosier Sunday. I services ; governmental months ago and built the lunchbox Mr. and Mrs, Russell 0

to drive the Japs out of their Aleutian footholds. was a major In the Army Brooker, July 8, girl.

The Axis is seeking to encircle this country now, Pins are made of brass, copper and steel. .
and It haa made gigantic progress. Needles are made of high crfrbon steel essential

That circle must be broken. for war uses.. Although it would take the ma-
terial for 'a large quantity of pins and needles to .

? Politics make an instrument of war-the number of pins ;
Stilt Come
First used In this
country in a year is even greater :
1'' than the number .
1 Congress has presented the country with a of pennies In our national debt.
Actually many tons! of vital materials
sorry spectacle of "politics as u ual" and the war conserved can be 17jj1.
fi effort be hanged! if we watch our pins and needles. Sav-

The Inability of ing pins may make It possible to turn out that .
most of our elected represen extra: shell
tatives to Hue above petty practices, In which will put the finishing touches iu
even the on winning the war. i' _



I.' Florida State Farm NewsBy a hunt kodak came album to an wrapped end by In finding a huge I / -

package. Other
games were en-

I E. R. kouvler BIRTHDAY PARTIES ., joyed. Guests at this little party,
were Lila
Ray and June Cald-
RIVEKS-EI>ENFIKLI> i Little Henry Rlcharde'a third well Mary Joyce and Betty

Jackson :M. Rivers and Mlaa birthday anniversary was cele- Bouvier of Miami, Willa Jean
Mildred brated Thursday. July 9, when his
Marie E'llenfleld Malone and
were Mary Beth Webb o*
mother. Mrs.
quietly married Sunday afternoon, Morgan Richard. Lake Wales, Elizabeth and Geraldine -
July 11, at the Union County Invited all his little friends to en- Cox and Patsy Arnett of
joy the occasion
with
Courthouse, by Judge Townsend. him. Starke.
'
;, The bride, who had lived here Games of various kinds were
for played. Pinning the tall Mr. and Mrs R. U. Bristol and
some time, was a graduateof on the
Mrs. M. E. Griner
left
the Smeads high school and donkey was quite hilarious Marie' morning for Saturday
n had one year of commercial wiggins was Orlando. On their
trainIng most successful! and return
t In Ocala and is was awarded trip Sunday afternoon they
at present a prize. Mary Rivera -
visited Mr. and :Mrs. C.
A.
McRaeat
employed at Camp Blandlng. received the consolation. Ice McIntosh\. and Mr. Bristol'sparents -e

The bridegroom, a graduate of cream'and cake were served after Mr.. and Mrs. H. M. Bris-
o Starke high school, was employedone I the games and opening of gifts. tol.! In Gainesville. Mr. Bristol -
a
year with the Citrus Growers Henry's little guests were: Kay former president of the t-
State
Corporation at Auburndale, enlisted I Partney Mary River Stubbins, Conference of Social rEach
Workers
I
In the army in March and Marie Wiggins, Lois Irene Cox, went especially to attend ,
is a brother of Mrs. P. S. Crews. I Peggy and Frances Caldwell, pat- Ing of the Executive Committee a meet- _
Mrs Rivers o rlca McRae Caroline Crews. Harold _
was attractively of that organization
dressed In light blue with white I' Godwin, Ennis Bradshaw. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bristol While there,
accessories. Linwood Watt and Henry's little were g'Uest.alof
Mrs.
j, r Mr. Rivera will leave for military 'I cousins, Ann, Linda and Randolph Mr. and Bristol's Mrs. J.uncle W. Potts and aunt and,
Johns
r' of Starke.
+ duty In Idaho next week and !Mrs. Griner visited her brother

will later be joined by Mrs I Cecile Annette McRae also had and sister-in-law, Mr. and Urll''
,t' Rivers. a birthday on the same day and W. Relnau.
g,4
Iud a few little friends to spend Miss Mary Smith
n, Mrs. J. G. Godwin spent Friday the afternoon with her, A color hassee is spending the 0 f Talla

Py with he* mother, Mrs. R. V. Red scheme' of yellow pink and white with her sister and summer
brother-in-
dish. In Lawtey. ,was used in the dining and living law Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren. time you taste Ice-cold Coca-Cola
Capt. Ralph Cox, Mrs. Cox and room. The ,
table covered with a and bas taken you are reminded
a
position
daughter, Cynthia, are spending lace cloth had containers with Blanding. at Camp that here 'Is the quality f genuine goodneSI.

2 a ten day. furlough. with their flowers at each Experience. .
end while MU ,
a refreshing
a Elizabeth many
Webb experience.
of
1 has
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox birthday cake with fourteen ington. D. C. Wash taught people everywhere .
who ..
and Mr. and Mrs. D. I* Sllcox candles adorned the center. On of her mother and wa the guest to trusf the quality of Coca-Cola.

of Stirlce. each plate was placed a Mr. and step-father.
squareof Mrs. M. R.
Holmes
x i it r Edgar A. Mobley spent the I cake. Iced in pink yellow and two days last week left for
i week-end with relatives at Jack- white with a candle and a Chinese to visit relatives Friday eOUUD UN01e AU'Houn O. 'HI COCA.CO'A
In
onvUle Beach. .|umbrella stuck in It. A treasure J.bs. J. 0.. caJ4U'New and Symrna.ctall: h- STARKE COCA.cOLA BOTTLING COMPANY CO.IrC

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PRAI>FOItD COPNTY TELKORAFlf. 8TARKE. FLORID

I IEKLY II _ __ rAGE THREE ,


I !I TIRPITZ: ford County, "Florida In I hereby I"t <'MM. nradford County 'et.-t

ANALYSIS I deotirnatril an .the newspaper In l>h iiha.ll puhhxh thin' Order
[ NEWS Reds which thiM noel. ihHll be ptibllahed in next tour weekly lnHiies.'
__ Foil PlansOn ABOVE HULLABALOO nn I th. followliiK ilaleN, July I 10', VMtneitM my hand! and official
ut:!. July IT, 1 443. July .'4. 11143. seal at Hlsrke, Florida this JulY'
Into Don River the loose again from her Nor 11,1.1 l .July SI.' 1943 i-I' 1913utl"FI'IAL
\\vti Drive Sector wegian fjord refuge, the powerful IN: WlT.NKHM; WHRKKOK. I have $'!JAl.) A. J. Thomaa
Nazi lieriMinio set "my hand and affixed An lerk of aid Court 74t 7-14
Caucasus battleship TIrpiU had harried thv offlilal Meal of Hitld Couit, at T. Frank 1."cI"lIn. wturkr. Florida,
Rich Oil
dangers Fields; Allied convoys on the U. S.-British St '\h; !llradfonl Ciuinty Floilda, Any for 1'lf
" supply route to northern thiN iliiy of July A. l I';. \4i

U. S. of Inflation two Russia until : .,\, Clerk ,. A' 'I lioinaH ""O.r..1. Or ISI-FSTIOS, TO
Warns Peril; well-aimed torpedoes' froma Mradford of th "flitult Court ,,I Ktl.I: I Kit rMlllllllia S e 'MM

nes Soviet submarine damaged the 7-10 County Flnrlda. Notice ,lit hereby Hlven that the I
4t .
T 31 I1IFFICIAI. tl" A'1 u".r.l.n.ct.1,1'.
) the
Says Tire Seizure Is Possible raider and drove her to cover. By LYTLE HULL .1. of Chui.ier iOibJ. Law ot provisions Florida.

tR) A Red communique revealed that Acts (if 11141. wIll, reliefer with the
the 'Divide and Connuer'If I v riH< iir <'01 K'r. nnti...uac.. Clerk, of th* Clirult Court In and
action saved a big Allied convoy < i>isrv. KIOHIIIII is ipIii1ouI are ." these and let the ( r.MY.: ririltloim of
name
eo1umn. merchantn.en
NOTE-Wllea they throughto
,.D a'S SSSSiS someone harshly criticizes an internal or inter-allied friction Is Harold, Centmi-h. .. ,
0' the .SW. a.aIrl&: .d DO& of thIs n.wepaper.) IMalntlff v Ifi-l- KUndinir Tailor
lit :Rl.a..d by W..tern Nwipap Union. _ Russia intact The communique Ally: during wartime it does not "out" for the duration. It is not 8073.OIU len .lenui-n, Defendant, Cue :No.. under. whu-h we ale, *nsas.d and .
_..- reported that a German naval necessarily indicate that that someone difficult to Imagine how the peopleof duliiK bnalnea! at ,
., is saboteur >KR OF TRIPLICATION ANUlo'rll' IX* 1 K.!: fall; Mt., and Dlandlnir I
-- W pI ; squadron in which three heavy a In the direct pay Germany feel about their Ally /: : TO API'KAIt CentertSmrke / I'

f cruisers and eigXt: destroyers ac of the enemy and that h* should Italy-or vice versa; but the probability STATK. UF FLOUIIX..: llellen llradforil County Florida.
; A companied the be shot before breakfast. But if is that these feelings are OentNih whence rendenr. ,, I I" (3u That the en Id hulne la owned }
Tirptts had
aimedto that criticism tends to weaken the not even discussed in the bosom of Itohblna nylvanlu A we.. ri>llaa"lphln, 1'tmn- slid operated by the followlns lal- .
intercept the convoy carrying Ivreicted part lest g I I
unity which must exist between .
1 arms to Russia. The Allies a family. You "1''' required to appear on l>ave .....vln. 1J9 1;). Call St., I
crippling attack if they are to be successful; Americans don't need to be shot August loth, 143 In the above Stark.. Flit. ,
.. :_ :I p on the TJrpitz. however, was then it aids the enemy to the extent against walls to stop them "dis named plaintiff Couit and rauae. wherein I At Htarke. Bradford County Flor< f I

w: said to have disrupted their operation that it influences those who cord breeding": All they need is County Telegraph eeeka. dlv"hall' .iublUh. Itraclfnlcl thin Ida. this 25th., day of t-u JII""..t l5411 1-17 I!

and pesmitted all ships to bear it.While. the knowledge and realization that Older In. next four weekly. lenue. I, i ior
...
d reach the safety of a north Russian the British were fighting the Axis can win this war if they neal Wit at Ntaike my., hunch and official "IInT"1I) ISTKMTIOV: TOIltOI.IMI'KH

port a desperate and successful battleto can treat a sufficient amount of 8th, 1949OFFICIAL. Florida this July I VHTIIIOIK NAMN
;: invasion antagonism between the Allies ( flF.o\ Nutlo I* hereby vlven that Ihnuntleralirned
prevent an
of their or 1.1 A. J. Thonia. tinder the prtwlalnne
4 MANPOWER : homeland they were all "super if they can breed serious internal Ass i N. Cleik K ..f Saul. Couit '-10 I 4t.11:t of Chanter IIOtl 5S.: I..",. of Florida ,

F1 __ '; men" and "superwomen" but at discord in one of the more power Atty. for reriyimui rif." Mtaike Florida Act of 1941. will renlBter wiiti .
ful of the Allied th* Clerk. of the Circuit Court In
19,900,000 Needed the time of this countries. ,
It
I writing is the
_ I mid! for tiradforil County Florida :
popular pastime to abuse them It Is very difficult to refrain from i
the Hollywood
flctltloti
.
'(________ One out of every six Americans ,ittii I' 01 It r. nani* of )
daily and vltriolically for their fail. jumping all over an Ally when he 1'\1 nn %lFUitb'tI Camera and lift Hhop under whirls
_______________ ,4 faced the prospect of being inducted ure to stop the drive of Rommel's takes what seems to the laymanto (i KIIV.;i %'it. PI OKIOII i'\1 t 110\\1.' w* arc eneased and dolnir bll.h..,."
______ -
> at lit Call Ht, tftarke Hradforil
: into war activities-military and industrial forces in North Africa. In fact the be an avoidable beating from I (lii is H.-imi'tt.; IMalntlff, ,.... Nil...- County, Klorlda \

. ; -during 1942 and 1943. At "picking" has attained a volume the common foe. It must have been 205.3.o'ftIhlt beth. tleiinell, l>,fend,nt. Caee No. That the said bu.."..... I Ii. ownednml "

least that was the forecast of Brig. and a complexion out of all reasonable difficult for the British to refrain OF I operated by the ClIoainC..; IntereHteil -

Gen. Frank J. McSherry of the War proportion; and it is quite possible from subscribing to the very same I MITICH PI'MLK'TIOV 10' AI'I'WAIl:' A\I> stark*.. rianite.Flu., and: Jacob Irving Jo:. :Kuvlti.:Xevtn 4

\ Manpower commission who declared that subversive persons are self-criticisms in which we indulged .STATI! 1*' FMiUlliA In: );:lIa". Mtarke, Flit '
beth .
; I trying to make a regular campaign after Pearl Harbor. It must be 1 SOIl Iternett a huNe reHldeme. I I. At HI.. r k.., Itradfnnl County
that 19,900,000 persons would out of it. hard for the Russians and the Chinese TennenneoYou Kail. lilli Siivet. t hill ttt noon.u, Florida, thin Ulll day of June, 1542.

4' .. be required.Of This sort of Is to "lay oil" the British and are rnnulrnl. to appear on I I I .llt t\ 1-10 _____
thing of the
this "staggering" total he one the Americans for the mistakes Alivui-t, JrtI: l 1114 2, In I the above is 4iiniir set' HT. nntoKonii
'I I said, 10,900,000: men and women most troublesome enemies a nation -' which they make. It must be an mimed I Court and nitiee, wheieln: I I 1'411' WI'% ..oaun\i is < iits.'
pllllnllff I
has to lieekM
combat in time of war. divorce. ICrh n.i.h I tESt: t.
II must be put to work In war Industries In a Democracy where free speech awful strain on the Germans to I'..lIlIay Teleiciapli" Mhall I I imbllNh I his nilanbeth (lldiUn Mlnen. PUIntlff.VN .

this year and 2,500,000 more in is fortunately still the keep their mouths shut every time 1..1.1' ..III., next folll' Vieekly iHHlieM Kuorena. ;Mlneo, liefendaiit. Cane
b vogue, it can the Italians "flop." But it Is done Wll. my hnnd mid, 1 uffltlal I eeal. I Ni). 1'1118.utUlb .
1943. Of the remaining 6.900,000. only be controlled by the effortsof in the other countries and it has at l Ntarke. Floildii, till* June <4lli.i ;" 010" PUBLICATTON AND
w McSherry estimated 3,400,000 will the individual patriot with the 11143. O'I'l" : '1'f'l'ltU(
got to be done here and the .IOFFICTAL 1''') .
-_ to : sooner '' 5.1) A. .T. ThoniHM HTATW OF FUHUl'A I... I UIf"h.
common sense realize that .
be inducted into the armed forces wars we learn this oldest lesson In t* Clerof Kali! Coil I'I. B-JI1 41 7'11 ]lIen, whu residence. la Cn-
during 1942 and 3.500.000 next year. are won by creating discord in "the warfare-the sooner we will win to T. Flank Lundriim Htai'k. Florida known. .
: camp of the enemy." Ally for I'lfSOIIIM You .are lequlreit to appear. on
victory. We Americans would much AllKUet. :Uld. III 13 III the aboveiiiitiiud
; ,.,r r ; WAR PRODUCTION: In a nation like Germany where rather go without sugar and gasoline 01*. ISIFSflOS.. TO ('..urt, and lauee, wherein
4 *' 1 .. Instant measures can be-and are for the duration than stop talk Vt :ICIER! .'I4 .1.10'I C 1II<1 plaintiff. Meek* divorce, tlraitfnt'd
t
Notli .
-- Nelson IH hereby IIlv, that 111. i '.." Telmrapb, eball thin '
'Realigns'With nly piihllidt
-taken against .
-J-- : who interferes But
anyone ing. if we don't Ii nil .
---- L.J stop talkingthoughtles.1we .ruiueuI. under tb. pioxtnlon* Older, .In next four weekly Imiu..
the headache of an organization in any way with the war effort may never have of hapier JOKtl: l.nwe of Floilda Wlttivna my band a hit off lets I
dd I Marshal Erwln Rommel (left), receives report from General shakeup happily out of the the solution to problems such any sugar or gasoline.It (Ai-IN'il-i.it of of IU4I the I, will leaUter; with.:. the seat. at Shark, Florida this July .
Chi'iilt I .
f Italian forces the as this is quick and simple. The is to the individual. Couit. I In anil 2nd. UU'
Nail for .
DI, commmoder supporting armies In way. War Production Chief DonaldM. up Each I traul t.iI County. I Floi'Ida. the IOKFICIAL MM AD A. J. Thomas
The picture, made after the German victories In Libya was re- government merely lets it be known one of us should constitute himselfor flctltlotiN. name of A.'Iea'k ot iiald l'o"l'l.3 it 7-34
Nelson
turned with obvious relief : Main
that the act of breeding or fostering herself a "hot-air raid-warden." Mlllluiy IHetrlbiitot ''
neutral .
i (run a source.iSIA to a contemplation of the WPB's I under which we are engavecl anil is' tiHciir touuir: niiAi>r >iuicoisrt.
dolna titici lies" at
ri.oiini is mtsKHt.
future activities. 144 W. r.
HCIIOOI niSTHICT. VUMIIBIt S OF. Call Ht. : .
: RUBBER: The chairman said that the WPB GRAHAM UII''UJ! .' COUNTY.! KUHlll HlHike That, the Il red MHld f.i.i (I'v., t: Klorlda. Jack Itubenetcln Plaintiff v*. :
had reached the of tooling By Mrs. L. C. Smith WIIKKI'.A Xni-ilal. Tux i4hoi I ItilMtriit bimlnenx la nwneil her Kata ltubnteln Unfondunt.
now end the and opeiated. .
: liy the .
i Menace Tire Confiscation? *.u tlilCi; I J of MrailfotdCounty i terented followhiK In. 11".1. e N. 10U4
piirtleii !
up period and was going ahead : ) OK. PUBLICATION AND
Florida u pomtlon or- .
akin through the Russian Miss Mlldied Thomas, Miss KUiilitnl::: : Alvln \Velnnleln, Half Moon NtlTlCM TO : ,
The admlnlstraxlon's nation-wide with the task of conversion, especially nail xlnllnjr' under the Loilwe Hturke Fill I '\l'l'AI.
east of Kursk and Rharkov.I of the nation's smaller Dorothy Broughton and Leslie ....w. ol the State or Flortila anilh At Stark,! Itiadfuiil, ; ('I STATIC' OF Fl.OltlMA In: Eeth.r I
rubber hunt had produced disappointing plsnts. '|' llurd of Public I Inatructlon ofKiaiUoid ida. Ihl. >IanlyI""r- Kali llubenaleln.. N u in b r 4353J .
j I irtnored assault had driven results. Only a portion of He said there was little "fat" In the Starling spent several day with County., Florida I a corporation lMh., day of June. I 1541. J Layton Ht car .of Haul Kata.irother I II
Jti Into the upper basin of the civilian but their grandmother, Mr*. Lizzie orKaiilieil:: : arid rxlntlnir I undorIhtt 8-ltl 4t 7-17 ilmliurr Lous iSisluti
the hoped-for rubber stockpile economy, stressed the City, Nw York,. N. Y.
scrap C LattN of I the $5 ale of Florida,
VeT and given Adolf Hitler his had been turned in and meanv fact that vital civilian needs must Dryilen. In Starke last week. the prtlllonerH In the .altovii mtllliil IM 11141 I'r lilt ii.r, mi inroliii' 'You are required to IIpp'"r. on

ijniScant succen In his sum- be taken care of because the economy Mrs. W. S. Rivera and baby of canes, did.. nn I ho RIll day 401 Sit r'lltlllllll IS illKHV. \\. I AuKunt 3rd, un III the above
while 30,000,000 American motorists of July A. U. 1114. file with' and ( named Court and c......, whereinplaintiff
temlvt against the Reds. continued to roll along on steadily -although "thin."-must be kept Auburndale are spending some prvHont to I Ion oil.i.le I II. I.. Mehrins /Harvey W.T Mi i Fin land I: ::, rialnllff.: va..elnia ne. ..k* dlvoiii, UrauforilCounty
b both sides throwing In all healthy. time with Mr. and( Mis.'' G. W. Ui,. of the JudiceN. of the Chow MtFailnnd. Defendant.: Telearraph ehall publish Ibis
thinning tires. taMe No. 204 Order In
natttpd Colllt, a (i'" It iou, for, the S. next four weekly l I..ue.
bit manpower and equipment Forecast for some time, the Rivers. validation of school bonus of nalilNpfilal OIIDKIt OF. PltriLlCATlOV ANn> 1 I Wlln..... mv hand and offIcial' '
battle In his- Hence It was not a surprise when WPB's Tax I''hn..1 I nimrlit, Number NDT1CI3O| AITIIAIt; Nenl at Hlaik, Florida, thl July
nitest armored "realignment"
program Mrs. Alice Thomas of Biooker MTATK ....' Slid 1142.H'II'P'IC'IAr..
President Roosevelt declared at a J. In the HKKrrgate princIpal. FIJiltlOA I. : Kelina,
rajfd. brought William L. Batt in as vice was visiting at the home of Mr. amount of $15.00(100.( ( ( In handi In'd..n"nl..lloll W.1..a.I.'I: conference that if conditions
press war of r.ou.oo1.> dated. I'nkuown. A* Clerk of paid Court. 7-3 4t 7-34
chairman, or "chief of staff. leaving $ ,
bird-pressed Marshal Timo- grew worse the government and Mis. Harvey Starling Sun- Apill 11142, with Intereiit at the YIII ate reiiulreil I lo appear on I
0 It must have seemed that forced confiscate Nelson free to devote his time 0'; : ,per annum payable Atntunt: 3rd.:: : l 1942, In Hi* uhuv" ; ::; :
might be to I .
every to essential policies. Batt had day.Mr. ...ml.allllullr.y. on the flriit il..y.. ofADI nikinid Cnuit and rail*., wherein ClllCI'ir OI ". nn ")..on"
ced more disastrous threats automobile tire in the country. pre- and MI'.. F. M. Griffin weie 'II ,nnil Ui'loiter ......h year evidenced plaintiff I Meek* ii lynn .,. /llradforil. I I. C'tI.I"'Y.'" PIOIIIIMl IS < H.,//11. ,
11 could meet. Although coun- viously been chairman of the requirements by Intel.ext,. ijoupuiiM, and (onnly Teli-ftraph. shall publmii this ,I lll.nr.Kuil .
The President tempered his warning committee. James S. business" visitors to Giandln Sun- the principal of until lioniln: liiu- Order In next four weekly ImiueB. Ilk 1..lntitt.. I v*. Kl.n {'net.. I
ukmg gallantly and fighting with the cautious hope that Connie; and being payablii on AIII'1i WliiieHN ,my hand and official I seal eih (ilk. liefendunt.. Can No. 20HS.HTATH .
j, the Red forces had been Knowlson present director of Industry day.S.. W. ht, III eitih of th* year* ..n,1, Inamount nt Htaike, Florida thin Jun. lard, I OF 'I.tlltl1)A to, I.InnOHUKIl ;
Roberts .
nation-wide gasoline rationing could bus accepted a H 43. I
OV PUBLICATION! tNDNOTlP1'l
back. opera lion, became the other vice UN follov.it! :
steadily Violent cornid be avoided. But, he emphasized, he position. with the Tung Oil Com IHII\ I I to ID Gfi. )both liuliiHlva '1J"'I"II'IAI.l-lJo1Ar." ) A. J. Thonll18'Aa '| ; TO APfKAltPnetMNc
centered around Voronezh chairman. .... .. .. f 1500 00. and Clerk of nalil Court. U-JO 4t 7-17 ..h (Ilk, Number 8(4( Comn i.
..nit between Russia's central was trying to save the nation not pany at Biooker. is.lrt. u__ ____ s ooiion, I tuatr' Street. Braunnchmelsr Getninny. ,
gasoline and rubber. CHINA WAR : We ate sorry to report that J. piivtiblu I nt Florida Hank Ht Ntai'ko, 't.ui.i.) Of IMFSFIOV' '.'0 \ / .
Dutliera armies. itt Ii 5'5... Kl.I',ilda. and iIItIeIift: : V5< 'I'11'KM W1IM" I You. an, leriulreit' to appar. osAuiust
Mr. Roosevelt's review of the situ Sad P. Summers Is on the .Hick list u.t WMIUIAH. : HHI 1 the goal, as before was the ation after the the AnniversaryAs this writing. the Kill day; ..rll'jul .IH4J I ,, .IM IHmie of.derMlKiied' ., under. th* provleloltM i llutiied Couit and taUMe, whelel,
kJ fields of the Caucasus to the came army navy China's with nn older awalnet' tha, Htate' nt Act Cliuiiler aolCi.l.: t I.HII''rt'C: Floilda: I| plaintiff: eek dlv, rt<*. Hradfor
war Japan entered of 1041 will : :: :
and Petroleum Co.ordlnator Ickes'omce Florida teiiulilnw' It. I broOCh<< t lhaSlum with the loiinly Teleitiapli nhnll I publliih, I Hill
kist Possession of this prize its sixth Generalissimo is C'III'I' (1)1 501'. iiiitiirnitii clerk of f the flu'ult 1''u'I. In and In .
year Attorney foi' the Ultrtolh Jufll.ilul Inter next four weekly JMHUCNi
had to East coast C'O"N'I"' for I
appealed 'I.onu.1 lCH1:> lloidford County. ""Ina'leI II, Ih. WltneHM hand and official,
mean unlimited fuel for Hitj Chiang Kai-shek bravely assuredhis < KIIV. Chin of I the main .t Floridato fUtllloux" I i i my
motorists to discontinue immediately 1 1V" ehow caiiHe .,..r..r. Halt Coint, at name of seal at Mlarke. Florida thIs Julyanil.
j mechanized Marguerite I.'CatPK Kail l'tilnt II Iii, Htm'ke-llliin I ,ul I .
legions. lliiK Tailor I
450000.000 countrymen that"Japan's I 11143OFFICIAL.
of 'I!I 2ulI: |I' M. iiluck on Auarunt. 4, ,
all unnecessary use gasoline, Kr-ank L. Hull, 1I.rw""t.18., under wlilih" ,
Immediate I I I A. I). I III.1. lit the County ('..urt.Sli.i we ills viiNCatfeil and ( M.r.r., A. J. Thorns* ,
only N' ,
targets of the collapse was a question UflHT. dulntf bileliiena
regardless of what their ration cards :' ,,,, In till I n v I lie Aim'hint at A* Clork of *...IdOUI.t.: 7-3 4t 7-H
[offensive were the Don river. of time." Chiang declared that ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND 0'iI I'irI.la .,Il' it I2J: H. Walnut Ht. !I I I -
a u *
entitled them to. A Joint statement j HI .
K Russia's chief the United States "is bound to deal NOTK'M) Tl Af'CKAU I I I ,. ., 'U not \be r.I"d. 'IIdb coiiifliniHd a I k ilOtus uS f.r.i. Cniinlv, I Florida' IS Illlllir I ... HT IMItllFOIIIII
transportation said joyriding In the gas rationed KTATK Ol<* KLoltlllA: Frank'; ., mid. by miNl Ontur I lie ....I.t! nJh: I the mild:: hilNlneNi;' I IM owned !I I I COIlNIt" FIOHIIItl IS tllS>
p. and the Moscow-Rostov was preventing war workers with her first and most threatening r.. Hull.. It I.'. I'. Nu. 1 at llox 611.Mllro. .\, 4'ouit did illn-it. I the lurk of Kald. n I operated. by the following In1lenteil u 1 4'ICItV. -
area I'
... llurtleM*
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>y which and "is toCHI.'NG Ielaare: Court to milk suit |I.ullll.h|| | thin LenaArmenlo Mora no. Plaintiff (
parallels the Don enemy Japan" beginning ,
and from motor fuel to You are required to > ..ar on I.Mwiird Pi liu-e, |]3 H. Walnut .
getting enough ai p not I lie. 0 OW. then-fore, NOTH'I i! I IHlirilFIlY v* Michael 11I0"""", LI e ( e n 'lailt.I'atce .
much of the AUlI'u.t 3rd. I'.HI In t h.. ...bov.n..d Ht. Ml n ike. Fill' ..
Soviet's Indus- get to work and back and was : : IIIVCV: :: 1'0 TIIK\ : '1'\ X- N. 20IIH.OKUKK .
and -r Court ami .rails*. wherein 1''I'ltllNI'! I'lTIXKVH <...' MAIII i AtMiaike. liindforil I { ..lInly.I"I"r. ) <' PUBLICATION AND
[ military machine. threatening to hamper seriously the plaintiff seeks Mvnr' <". ni ii'I l iiintmlyof I HI" ':"'//\1. TAX HllltlDlj III:>4THICTM'MIIKIl 101thl.I Julll.. ilay. of June, IK43' i I NOTICI TO AIM'I'AllHTATH

nwhi1e in Egypt Marshal war production program. Child. Hmdfnrit County Trie- : : ::1 I OF II leA II KO It l> 8-2' 4t 1-il OF FLOUIOA lo: MlihaelMorano
4 !graph, vhall $pulillxh thin Order (COI'NTY l"'I.ItIfJIh..t I I you and Niiniber/ 7BS .Fourth Avenue.Koruuifh .
cii! headlong drive had been in next four weeklv IHBUPS. I < IMI IIP I4MMI'. Illl '....011..
Fortunate were congressmen,, 1111 of you uie hereby i."t ut lieu .. of llrooklyn. County 0 C
'd by the British under Gen- other WllnenM! tny hiiiirl iiI official tn .how! rniiHM, If any you have, I. 101 SP1 .1.cHtln'a1 4lltS-' Kii.i(.. HlHle of New Io'k.,
members of state legislatures seal Ht starlir, Klmliln. this July ; I lIt 9'. .
.
Uchinleck. be fore the llonorulile I II 1 Helitlnii:, I I YUII lire iulieil| tu appear on
Refusing to be bot- government officials and candidatesfor 2nd., 1842.lOKFK'IAT. JuilKe of the above immad Court, iii. Noimaii, I'nhitlff I va Thurii Auituet aid. 194J In t h. abovenamed
;'.P In stationery fortresses, the office. For under KKAt) A. J Thomim ii t I the County Court Itouim In !I' Normiin, I', '..n.ln lIt. Caee No 21144OHDEK Court and I alice, wberellf
had chosen public regulations A. Clerk of 111I'' his own battle- promulgated by the OPA for hi... at 2 :no I*. M. o'tloik. un I | | i'I'iA I .it Children I llradforil. County Telecraph 1; I
1 lr
101'-1 I.I.DH111
when he turned on the Nazi East coast rationing KUHt 4. IH4! why nalil boilili$ 8T1TM I : I I 'A lo.: ThurnNorman shall publlHh thl. Order In '
The site permanent MIIIII: 4>F isnviios:' 10 not be validated I ; I and rmtflrmeil.Itrndforil : whim residence U tn.knflwn next four weekly I........
was a narrow fun- such persons were given "pre.ferred" It1Ilii.: FI4 'IIIIOI M S tCUI! County Telesiaph.' a : I WltneHN my hll'slit ami ..ttl"I..1 I I .,
aped front between El Alemeln ratings providing .Notice I I.. hereby: wrlven I that I theuncl..tlgncd. duly iimltfli| >d newMpiiptr: of K.II- I \oii "r'' rp>inlref1 to appear on seal at Mtaike, Floilda this July
e seacoast and the mileage under I lie ,provlHloim, p nil ili IMI'hit jim n |p u h I I N nid I atutnrke. AiiaiiHt :ird' 1 I'HJ! In the ......v. anil 1141OFFICIAL.
Quattera them with gasoline for transportation of Chapter 20'iSI.'! : I.awn of Floilda.Art : b-loitdn.I In xal.l, Cneilal TH XHrhonl I UMinvd' Coin I w"il iiiune, wiiereln ( HKAL! ) A, J Thoma. .*
1140 miles inland. Here aid- needs "in pursuit of legislative of 1U4I.. will reirlnter, with thecleiK OlHtrlrt Number 1 of Ilrad- I.il iii I liitlff I ..i-eka dlvone i and 1 rimlodv. AM Clerk ..r aald, Court. 7-3 Ct 7-24
r of I thi Clriult Court In and
reinforcements fresh equip- business. for llradforil County I Flul Ida, theflrtftloiin .,
'
land slashing blows by the RAF nn me nf '
Frank' Fine Food
wif American
flying Allies he SABOTEURS : under which we ,am enftugeil and
brought to a halt the Nazi dolna buelneHK' III

r roller headed for Alexandria History RecalledOnce Him 10.-k.;. .W.Ftradfoid Call .Ht County. Florida "Please send me SCc worth '

e Suez canaLLATION That. the eald 'bii.I lneHH IN owned t'? j ,
before a military commission and operated by the followlntc/ Inhr..I. -
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[ : 1 had sat in Washington deliberating Fiank) partleii Ferraia Itox 587, Stnrke,

over evidence that was to Florida of c1ectricftyoday"I '
s Ret'ealefl I send band of conspirators to their At Htarke. tliadford l (',,unty, Florida -
e a thin 35th.. d.IY of June, UU
, a "eri Pedagogue pounding death. That was 77 years ago when KAI-SHEK 6-Stl 4t 7-17

tee R's into the skulls of his eight defendants were tried in the f Time." -- I
)Iatter *
tS, Jray-haired Jesse Jones dingy old penitentiary building for lIIKIlr' I Cii HT Slit tIpOIIIP YOU had to order your day's supply of

.ary of commerce read the the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. discharge her supremely important <<''III KKV.Ji.Bif MM. PMHIIIIt_ l > 'II IN. electricity fresh every morning, I \. \. .

wj people a lecture on the duty In the Pacific." HuryMIn. W,.lli>n Plaintiff Il
I i economics. V". I. am H r Vtftllvnii, ripfrridantNn you'd appreciate even more how lillle It e I
Now' again a military commission Meanwhile Chiang's peasant army; eft.ft '
theme: The dangers of In. sat in Washington. This timeIt was heartened by the triphammer UltUtOU (JOJ2.Pf'FJi\\ T-r. : ANO I costs and how much it does for you '
.. JAPHTATIi .
Mr. NOT!" !> 'TO A It
' Jones said that the was to pass sentence on eight blows struck recently by United <>l* KkolfTlJA to Lamar Actually about two-thirds of alt American 1

ran people will have "over Nazi saboteurs who had landed on States air forces against the Sap ..h..... TeildCyica In 1'ayWellnna ,

.000 more income in 1943 than the East coast to launch a campaign invaders. rttxvlll You aril N. reiuir.4.C. kto appear nnitUMt families light their homes and run t

-Iua of the things for which of destruction against American Summing up the price Nippon has I .\" 3rd, 1142,* ln the abovntunifd radios, cleaners, toasters, percolators clocLs ,
/1
"> Court and wh.'itij.lalnttft
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; ywm be spent" and termed arms plants. The trial this time already paid for its attempt to swallow ..<...k. dlV4iri'raiiMH.. HradfordCounty l and washers for a dime at day or lent ,

POtential 'inflationary gap' was held in the new department of China, an army spokesman reported Tlrnrraph i haIl piihllnh ,

,'.,"""> any the world has eversecretar"s Justice building.: that 1,000,000 Saps had been IIIIIUPX.Wllnexn Chic Order. lii next four weekly What's more, that dime buy just about / ;

In proceedings marked with the killed and 1,500,000 wounded in five my hand and nfflHalnnal the
1 at Htarkc .Florida. thin July Sake dl m /ectrici'ylor average
remarks followed same secrecy that characterized the years of war. 3.il.. 1942.OFFICIAL. .
!
,011 press conference warning former trial, the prisoners learned In spite of brave words, the stark ( 8KAF> A. J ThomaxA family as it did 10 to IS years a&ol 4J'
e.ldent Ci| >rk of null! Court. 7-10 41 7-.1t
Roosevelt that it would whether they were to meet a firing fact remained that Chinas position T.. Frank nndrunviMtarkii.! FloridaAtty These bargains don't just happen. ;

i:lIay anal' for Americana to adopt squad or go to the gallows -for was desperately grave. Japan was I for Pit. -. They come from the electric industry's, / ; !

economic P >"cy which death was the penalty they faced. steadily severing her communications. '

control Inlla tlon."I Observers 'who noted the coincidence With all but air-borne supplies ", IV(.:'i U.ftTII..1 ui' 411141 UU"IP .'Ol.. '.HC'I HT
maxims Mr. Jones >laid between the two famous trials from her allies cut off. China 10 .>.rviiof > Kioiiiut. .IN at low rates. They are made poiiibte by I
Were: her own slender A'IoU: KOH "H..nHU tot VI 1 I i
bUSlne.s -eIght defendants in each case- had to depend on IV l'lltEPltV: practical, efficient buiineti management
man or industrialist remembered that only five of the material resources and her under- CA"f'l"). JUPKCIAf.

cta Peet higher prices for his Lincoln conspirators, including a armed peasant army to caray. on the T.c'HOCII.::1 :::OF lILA. DISTRICTNI'MBKH IJ JI' UH f) That's the American way- and it works! -, I !

lcr without Paying higher woman, Mary Surratt, were put to fight against the Mikado's strong (' )UNTY. FlXmmAjJ corporationorcanlxtl '
having them made.TRANSPORT ." forces. and : l oI''tlaic undo the It works so well that even though !
death.
Lmwe of the> Ht t.\.f Florida andTHB '
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTKIU'TIOV America is pouring record-breaking -. _ i I
: OF II H A l IJ'"' O 14 t J
: CANADA : COUNTY.: PLOHin. a corporation amounts of electric power ___________ ;
.01 l Service -1 I ..rlfanl..d and exlutlnsr' under the
I MISCELLANY: War TransformationFrom Law ol the Htate of Florida.I'.titloneru into the world's greatest production COMpf t

answer to what had become a placid agricultural country vs. of planes, tanks ships and \

b all luxury airliners taken SYDNEY? A highway capable ol Canada has been transformedinto THE: HTATF3! OK FLORIDA low-coit !
Y the "ilIld
which RenponifentNOTIiH guns you
from
army after traffic giant war factory
Pearl HarlIIIe military a !
maintaining heavy TO TUB TAXPAYERS .' 1
'When ,' tanks, guns and foodstuffs current (lIthe flick cf* .
WM announced been completed across the. men planes AND riTIZKNM 1* HPKCIAL TAX
has
Planes were territory ef Australia are pouring across the Atlantic twitch In homtt a ;
h.ad among craft trackless northern your j
t Past 110"", 5-000'000 miles dur- In a little more than a year. to Britain and the other fighting TO CHECK i. RIA a.k j HIv

eve months revealed. The fronts. .. 1 I Ia
rushing war government report
cot a ,.
In.ad peraonnel to stratemJ highway Is so designed that army This picture of the war's Impact \., IN 1CAYSr ,

the Pacillc.oII vehicles will not be halted during the on our neighbor of the north was

ga 01 WI bold aerial yenClu4 rainy season. Civilian road workers painted In an official report which ,."",. rj

rOIien e It of chapten blghlLghung including several United States engineers told a vivid tale of the Dominion's tRk.666 j

hundreds of pilots. worked on the project. industrial progress.
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PAOE --... Dn..FORD COUNTY TFr.>'aRAP1i. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIOW, Jl't.r

CLUBS---- HAMPTON Gainesville Wednesday! of last BROOKERBy -- I daughter of --a 11. I
Ii SOCIETY and week. I JacklJOnvlIei /
By II. B. Wiggins Mn. Eldon Hardy i visiting Mr and
Miss Doris Townsend of val-I and Mr, ""* tit
and
Mills Clara Bell Williams ofBufhnell dusts Ga., Is visit Ing :Misses Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp and Jr., Sunday Mra. R $
Mrs. Kendrick HostessTo Miss Geraldine Silcox E. I.. Flowers HonoredOn is visiting her brother Kth'!!l Mae and Betty Darling. I son, Larry Donald, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ladies Auxiliary Becomes ]Bride Birthday Anniversary I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs i Lacy Wynn and Lester Kite Mrs. Harold Sapp of Jacksonville spent Arthur. Hal, at
Hardee E. Williams. |were transacting business in spent Sunday with their Tuesday with
Of Sgt. W. D. Hazen Gainesville W e d n esday of last mother Mrs. Nora Sapp. Nichols' and Mr yb,
d Mm. T. N. Kendrick was host- Monday being the 27th birth- Mrs. Elijah A Stover of Bush- Lloyd plf
es* to the Ladle Auxiliary of Of Interest to a wide circle of day anniversary of E. L. Flowers, nell Is visiting her son-in-law and week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton
the PreHbyterlan church Tuesday friends. was the marriage last manager of the Southern ten cent daughter, Mr. and lira. R. H. Mrs. Claude May and children, and children are visiting friends
afternoon and the living room of Saturday afternoon of MUs Ger- store, Mrs. Flowers. entertainedwith Hunter. Dicky and Sylvia, Mrs. Mae and relatives in Trenton.

y the Kendrick home was attractive aldine Cynthia Silcox, daughterof a party in his honor at their The carpenters' gang of the Sweeney and daughter, Connie, MARY ELLEN GREEN
with a variety of summer flowere.f Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Sil- apartment in the home of W. M. Seaboard railroad Is remodelingand returned from Jacksonville Beach Mr. and Mrs R. H. Green, Jr.,
f, Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf conducted cox of Starke, to S ?t. William Sapp. repairing the depot here. Wednesday, where they have I.announce the arrival of a ten-

1. + the devotional services D. Hazen, son of T C. Hazen of After an evening spent In play- Mr. and Mrs.! 'Buck Rhoden visited since Sunday. d pound daughter, Mary Ellen, on
and the business session was presided Brooker. Ing various games, under the direction spent a few' days last week In Mrs. Wilson Mayan sons Friday July 10.
over by the president. Mrs. The ring ceremony was performed of Mrs Alton Dobba and the sand hills gathering/ cat fish Billy and Spencer, left Wednesdayfor
j l Y K. O. Duncan. In the absence of I at 4 o'clock in the afternoon Fred Halslop, delicious refreshments and turtles from the lakes there- Charlotte, N. C., to be with Miss Willie Mae demons has
t the secretary, Mrs. M. C. May- by the Rev. A. E. XJghtfoott were served. Including a about. :Mr. May who is among the Camp returned home after a visit with l

hugb, the secretary pro-tern wan the home of the bride's parents beautifully decorated birthdaycake Sgt. M. C. Vinlng of Camp Blanding poatoffice employes who friends and relatives in Sarasota.Mr. .
R Mrs. Ellery M. Davie Mr... .. In the presence of a few Bowie, Texas Is here this week went with the boys on maneuvers. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of
M. Mitchell, chairman of church close friends and relatives. Mr. Flowers received many useful visiting his wife; the former Mary G. A. Hayes was in Gainesville Jacksonville spent Sunday with
improvements, reported that the Miss Silcox, a lovely brunette, gifts. Lee Johnson. Wednesday, visiting' and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. f: )
church had been painted inside, shopping.Lt. Fire
I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lynn,
wore a sheer chiffon suit of Navy Mrs Jack Burkam of Tampawa. for
and that Venetian blinds and new John Guy left Saturday Misses Thelma, Madeline, and
blue. Her accessories
were BourgeoisSmithFriends visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
will
chairs for the I choir had been New Hampshire where he
Johnnie :Mae of
Lynn Trilby were
white and her of ;
was
Heea'i
i added to the furnishings. of the white corsage Saturdav- train for the U. S. Navy. John week-end guests of Mr. and Mr. Insurantoifcd
-- gardenias.Immediately here of Miss Monday ,
CBUrcn. Jl wa decided tbat the Dorothy Master Harold Hess left sure did look swell in the Navy O. W. Barry.
I Auxiliary would discontinue meetings after the ceremony, Eleanor Smith, daughter of Mr. to spend a week with his eater uniform.
r during the month of August. the couple left for a short wed- and Mrs A. Kirby Smith of Mrs. Le Roy Thomas, of Mr. and Mrs. Gussie Feagle and toyoilrCharley
Mrs. Kendrick served her ding tripto Daytona Beacb.The I Hawthorne, will be Interested to Carraway. Miss Juanita Feagle were week-
Surgical Compresses
!r't guests with delicious peach ice bride'la the only daughter learn of her marriage to Lt. Wilson Mrs. Odell Warren, after vlwl'ting end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd E. JAgency
{ J cream and home-made cake of Mr. and Mrs. W L. Silcox Pershing Bourgeois, which her mother, Mrs G. W. Hin- Mrs S. A. Weldon, who is a Sapp and children of, Perry.
and was a popular member of the took place Friday, July 10, in son, a week returned Saturday to ,trained nurse, has announced that Billy Sapp returned home with
Havranek-Surrency 1942 graduating class at Brad- Alexandria, La. her home in Adel., Ga. she will resume her class for the them for .a visit with his aunt STARKK. FLoRm"
l ford County High School. Mrs. Willie ,Mae Denton spent making of surgical compresses! to and uncle. 119 Ellllt Call Sitf!!
Mr. and Mrs A. E. Surrency Sgt. Hazen la also a graduateof Recent BirthsMr. the week-end in Gainesville visiting be used In the home defense Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Telephone _
I announce the marriage of their B. H. S. and Is now stationed j Mrs. Garnet Hanshaw. work. The class will begin Tues Starke spent Saturday afternoon
daughter Miss Louise Surrency, with the Air Corps at Spence and :Mrs. Ira Allen, Starke, Miss Betty Jean Rhodes andsister day afternoon July 21, at four with Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hazen THE a.pn.tin,
to Pvt. Richard J. Havranek, of I Field near Moultrie, Ca. girl, July 13.Mr and Mrs. Long of Jasper o'clock, and will be held at and Mrs. J. C. Cone. TRAVELERS,HrfJOUR
R Mr. and Mrs.
Camp Blanding. The ceremony and :Mrs. Garnett E. Ethe- were calling on Miss Ada Nlm- Weldon's home on North Mrs'l Fred Green and

+ S was performed by County JudgeE. W. S. C. S. To Meet ridge, Starke, July 15, girl; mo Saturday night. Street Anyone interested
K. Perryman, June 20, at his Mr. and Mrs. Wllllard Guy' Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lane visited helping with this valuable
home on Madison St., in the presence The Women's Society of Chris- Browning, Starke, July 14. girl.: friends In Keystone Heights Sun- will be welcomed to this class.
of a few close friends. tian Service of the Methodist -
Pvt. Havranek Is from Waco church will meet Monday afternoon Mrs. Estelle Roberts and daughter -' day.Mrs.. Roy A. Starr is visiting Methodist Church TI:

Texas, but la at present stationed at 3.3O: o'clock, in the Viverette, of Jesup, Ga., and friends in Inverness this week. i I fj
at Camp Blanding. church. Circle Number One ban her mother, Mrs. Angle Dekel Mrs. Claudia Bell Lowman ofHattlesburg Services at the Church next
I charge of the program and the and daughter, Vida, of Lake But- Miss, spent last week Sunday will be as follows:
Knitting: Class Continues business session! will be presidedover ler; also Mr. and Mrs. J. W. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Church School 10 A. M.
by the president Mrs E. K. Thomas, of Brooker, were guests R. L. Brown. Morning Worship 11 O'clock. STORE IS PACKED WITH
The knitting class of St. Mark's Perryman. of Mr. and Mrs. H. Barksdale Mrs. :M. M.- Williams and Mrs Sermon by the Rev. L. A. Shepherd GIFTS SUITABLE FOR ALL OC-
Episcopal Church held Its regular and Mrs. Lula Mott Monday. C. L May were shopping ,in chaplain at the State Prison. .CASIONS.

weekly meeting T u e sdaynifbt Lt. and Mrs. O. H. A plnw.II, The Pastor will preach at the WHAT'S MORE WE WILL WRAP
at 7:30 o'clock. Mr., R. who have been at Fort Bennlng. Morning service at the prison. THEM IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT
J. Davis was the first to complete Ga. for the The Youth Fellowship meeting
past five months,
WRAPPING
a muffler, which Is 72 Inches have returned to Starke. Lt. Carolyn Callstreet ) will be at 7 P. M. Evening Wor READY TO MAIL.
long. It l Is expected that Applnwall wax a Sergeant when ; ship at 8 O'clock. Subject: "The IF IT IS FOR SOMEONE IN
4 tome others will be completed in be left Camp Blanding in Feb I I Good Shepherd." STARKE WE WILL DELIVER IT
the near future. A cordial Invitation but a Prayer services at the Church FOR YOU
on 6th received
ruary July
it is extended to all women, his commission 2nd News thin week ". Hear Ernie Cowling (Jr) Is each Wednesday at 8 P. M.
who Interested as Lieutenant, !. a pretty slim crop a corporal now, Congrats! A cordial
class are to join the and has been transferred back When the boys START maneuvering welcome to alL WE ALSO CARRY'' A FINE LIKE
rk to Camp Blanding. OF GREETING CARDSCal'pente
d Wont Pun of the Week: Miss Olive Ray woke from a deep
0 The girl all STOP Lightning hit the new. schoolhouse sleep, thoroughly convinced that

1 Try Our Warm An' that certainly makes. slim Tuesday night. S o Mr. Starke was gettin' Its first air
; Weather Special Bildeiback will haft raid Bet
pickln's for Carolyn, folks to builder- there was a lot of
' back It's a girl for the Her- prayin' done durin that electrical 'j
Seems that '
lllt I know has <
everyone
COLD PLATE LUNCH entered Into a diabolical plot to bert Cloversettles They call display ; Guess there's nothing ,
sit perfectly still an' twiddle I her Willie Delores Hear like a good bolt of lightning

P r 1 IT'S A TREAT YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO :MISS thumbs Oh well, Walter Leila's staff enjoyed a chicken to start folks tblnkin' Says THE $_s2t DRUG STORE
j Winchell told me there'd be supper at Schenck'S las' Friday your (philosophical)

weeks like this Maybe t.hey'reratlonln' night-farewell party for Martha -Carolyn.,
Kaiser Glenn
Wood, L. H. .
gab, as well alii gas .
r Harper an' Joe Edwards among
K
& M
.CAFE
the Blanding ,p. o. employes who
Spotted an' Jotted: Sam Alva- went along on' maneuvers to help
j Comer of Walnut and Madison rez, stoppln' off briefly on the keep the sold lei's' mall straight SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
way to his new defense job In Glen writes that "It's cool
Barnwell S. C. Doris (Dyal! enough to sleep in the day time"in
Beatty, bride of a week Industriously Nawth Cahllna The beauteous ATSABINE'S
poll bln' her wedding; ring Helen Van Dien is now Mrs.

FREE ESTIMATES -the better to see it, my dear Alvin (Lt.) Gertrten, address:
ON
Jewell Presnell's enviable Brownwood, Texas BAKERY
nun tan-a memento of her re-
Painting & Interior Decorating cent sojourn at the sea side Wonder why Martha Lamlrum .
..
Palmer Brooks ,
here on furlough was so anxious. to have a swlm- "

-OClO&:=:=: from Camp Stewart, Ga an' havln' mln' party this week? J

because to Introduce of all himself to friends Couldn't have beer that swankynew t LEMON CHEESE CAKES __ _____,- 30e
OUR LARGE those added Ibs. white bathing suit; trimmedIn
STAFF OF
EXPERIENCED
Geraldine (Silcox) Hazen red and blue s
AND rlc rac, could it? .I
COMPETENT PAINTERS ASSURES back from the honeymoon an" all .. Seems attendance At the_ Two Laver
YOU A COMPLETELY SATISFACTORY a-flutter with plans for settln' first aid class is n
pickin since
up
up hounekeepin' with I Dan at I mentioned servin' refreshmentslas' DEVIL'S FOOD CAKES 35c & 50c
PAINT -
JOBQUITMAN L -- ----- -
Moultrie, Ga. Mary Mersereau's J
week : ", The roll call now :
silver ring, made specially reads something' like this:
-0001: for her by J R. Howe Scootle Duke, Bess Burns, Mary
Uncle Ben Rowe proudly exhibit- Lee 312 We Call
Sllvernall. Fannie Jones, =!t: Street
WILSON In' his adorable grandchild (dotter Ruby''Silcox,'''Caudle Hazen, Dot-

of Edith an' Leslie Biggs) to tie Delavan, Jacq Andrews, Fran- .

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA everyone Grandma in the Courthouse nie Silcox. The 1 m a Musgrove, -= ,- ..,.... -,- .... -,- --,.... .
Getger'0 brand ---- -
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new per- Freddie Wimberly, Delia Rosen -------
1555 Onadaga: St. Phone 718-JX manent berg an' May Sapp George

Anderson 'lows he might have

Hear that Helen (Howling) enjoyed his vacation It friend NOTICE To PUBLlI
:Maher Is In seventh heaven since wile hadn't put him to pain tin' The
she has access. to a stable full of There oughta be a law ,
Kentucky horses through the
courtesy of a generous neighbor Marjorie Sue Middleton an'
She's written home for her Wanda Pearce write lends that Realizing the need in Starke for such the Starke Dry
jodphurs Ducky an' Leenle they should be get tin' a wonder Cleaners ,
Llnsln will take a well-deserved ful tan at Dr. Mlddleton's Gawgla and Laundry has inaugurated the following

rest next week "In a cabin on alake" camp, but the darn thing keeps laundry servicesThe"Thrifty :-
They won't say where I peelin' off Incidentally understand -
STARKE FLAttEKK Maybe they want no week- that Wanda, almost Bundle" this ser
end guests! Morgan Darby I caught the next bus home when or Rough Dry. By using
claims a new record for annihilating she read a Certain; Item in this vice, your flat work is returned finished and wearing apparel -
BEGINNING I homemade rolls atSchenek's 'col. las' week! Hear Tom
SUNDAY returned
JULY 19 starched and
Rltch dry ready to iron.
Says he ate 21 made the grade for en-
totber night But then you trance to medt school '. One
Sun., Mon., Tues.-July 19, 20, 21 know Morgan! Jus' discount of the 50 chosen ''from 150 ,

"Broadway"With that about 75 percent and you'll Quite an honor I'll say ONE DAY DIAPER SERVIC
be within Frank's FineFood an'
George Raft Pat O'Brien the realm of reason Tic Toe
Janet Blair
Tap Bhuttln' un ahnn.. +n... _a
Brod Crawford breather durin' maneuvers- -.- Those bundles received before eleven o'clock A. M. will
ALSO COMEDY AND NEWS MARTIN FISH FIN Glimpsed Etta Fay (GUI) Pratherat

the JWB dance las' week _be finished the same. day
Here on a visit Add cut _
Wed.
Thurs. PROPELLORLATEST
July 22, 23
clothes
victims
BIG DOUBLE: FEATURE : Evelyn Stump All above work done in Starke
and a roomer_at Mrs. J. L. Fra- our plant in

No. "Unholy Partners" zee's Let's. set a rat trap,
With Edward 0. Robinson A Edward Arnold girls .

No. 2-Walt 'Disney's "Dumbo"A THING OUT Hear Uncle\-Sam Is makln PRICES:

S-RINQ-CIRCUS' IN TECHNICOLORALSO __ FOR 'BOAT,'PADDLING. i motions Wlalnwrlght In the. .direction. Reports of for Mayor his Thrifty Bundle, 6 cents per Lb. Minimum bundle $1-00

NEWS [physical nex week Glimpsed Shirts finished 10
John Inman back 'in town, cents each, extra

Fri..' Sat.July 24, 2* DOUBLE FEATURE Hear Ralph Gox was quite upset Diapers, 2 cents each
las' Thursday Jua'
No. received
"Scattergood Rides High"With The Fisherman's Friend word of his captaincy an' all the WE ALSO DO
Guy Kibbee and Jed Prouty Army stores were closed couldn't PRETTY GOOD DRY CLEANINGS

get those coveted bars till the ". .-
No. 2 .. "
-"Code Of The nex'
Fearless" day ; i Red Kerce writes
With Fred Scott that since! his fourth was
a boy .
SEE also, he's plannin. to Jump center ''ARI E
and DRY CLEANERSAND
MIDNIGHT organize a basketball team
SHOW
SAT., JULY 23., 11:30 P. M. L. M. GAINESFOR Fran Opperman Mine Lanier,

"Suspicion"With Dot Oler' an' Alec DeMInt Day.

Gary Grant and Joan Fontaine tona Beached las' week-end ,
ALSO SELECTED SHORTS FREEDEMONSTRATION That terrific' bolt of lightning LAUNDRY
1 Tuesday night knocked James
,
Lewis three feet outta bed and Phone 28
I I Vivian McCord> prize mule right Junius M. Smith, Owner

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f, J'L\ 17, 193 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ST.IRKK. FLORID.rB1TS .\
PAGE KTVW

of LOCAL NEWS Enos Hayes, who has been on I John Ware, student In the Uni- t .1 1I
Carlyle Peek, who has Mrs.
a two-weeks' vacation in Ocala, of spent I John Bodenmlller, who i
versity Michigan, Is
spending a the
two weeks
past here
visiting ,
returned home Sunday night. few weeks with his parents, Mr. his brother-in-law and I has spent a number of months ;
slater
spent the weekendIlea. Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh and daughter Mrs. W. S. Stroman is In Jack- e.c At:. :.r ..:- hurt' Barbara Jean, are visiting in sonville Its regular meeting :Mon- awaiting his call into the Naval left Wednesday for I his home In J M. Brownlee, returned last
spending awhile with her I
day night the Bradford Lodge Air
Arcadia.W. .
daughter, Mrs. James Godbold. No. 33 F. & A. M., conferred the listed.Corps In which he has en Chicago, 111. Mr. Peek wan 001'an.1 %\ week to her home In San Antonia,

Annie! 15 \ill In St' LukesI T. Clute fellow craft degree on u class of reared In Staike and his old Texan, and Capt. Bodenmlller Is
Jacksonville, I made a business Lacy Conway, who has been friends were glad to see him
I, three candidates.Mr. away on maneuvers. Mr F. C. 4
trip to' Daytona Beach Mr, I
over the suffering for several days with an and Mrs. E. L. Flowers, of again.
of Waldo weekend.Mrs. Ilerke', who has also been at the
the Southern
Alexander Infected I 5 cent to 11 stoic,
L. B. foot Is much inproved.Tom and Mrs. James Godbold
jI. in Starke Tuesday. 'spent last week on vacation. They MI'!!, Lillian! Montgomery (formerly Brownlee home, haa returned to
of Jacksonville
j flog W. M. Is spent Wednesday visftecl Houston, Texas, and Sgt. BerkeIs
Wimberly visit- Grady left Sunday for here with Mrs. Godbold his father at Perry and MlM Lillian! Dyal) and
Frances! Opperman was ing in Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. Memphis, Tenn., after spendinga Mrs. W. S. Stroman, and her mother sister -, I her mother at Lee, and topped It I daughter, Annett, of Atlanta, Ga., also away on maneuvers.
I, In Jacksonville Friday. W, O. Crensbaw few days here with Mrs Grady. Mrs. S. S. Dowling. off by spending lust Sunday in are visiting Mrs. Montgomery'smother
St. Augustine.Mr. M"". Vlda" Pyal. Sgt. Mrs. Earl L. Carter, who\ baa

d Mrs. w. E. Bryant are P. M. Barefoot has been confined Mrs. Simeon Phillips has returned Mrs. R. L. Newsome, who has I Charlie Montgomery spent the been In AUanta for several weeks ,i
their son in Cocoa this ,, to his home for !several days home after several days been visiting with her son-in-law and Mrs. F. Frederick and week-end with his wife and with her husband, Sgt Carter f fI

with a severe cold.. in Riverside Hospital, Jackson and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. L* ,Miss Doris Johnson of Miami. daughter. I I who was stationed at the Atlanta f
ville. Flowers, since Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lennon and I Motor Blue, U visiting her mother, "
April, returned
Luclle Mitchell went tote Lyle Anderson and Steve St her home in Lee last week. to Mrs. R. L. Lockhart of DeLand. Mr*. W. H. Thomson, Jr., writes Mr. J. W Andrews for a few i"f
Monday to vISltMiss John went to Jacksonville Beach Mrs. C. J. Johns,, of Alexander's spent Thursday and Friday with ,from California that she and 1 her days before joining him at Ozark.

WtlllaDlS Before return- Thursday afternoon.Mrs. tore, returned to work Tuesday Mrs. D. P. Carpenter is Mr and Mrs. A. H. Green and I husband, Lt. Thomson, expect to Ala. Sergeant' Carter .ti a native 'J
will aJso> visit Mr.. after a week's visit with her this week with her sister spending other relatives. !come back to Florida on August of Hellbronn Spring, and has :
tmar: Quincy. Warren Perkins and son. I first been promoted from private to I
in mother. Mrs. T. T. Long, at Fort Ben- as he haa been promised a
Edwin spent Wednesday after- ning, Ga., and her mother, Mra. Mrs. R. G. Dodson who has I furlough at that time. Mrs. technical l sergeant In nine months

noon In Jacksonville.Mrs. Bill Duncan of Camp Shelby, W. T, Jackson ,,at Baconton, Ca. been with her husband at Camp Thomson was formerly Miss Mar- -
GENE Mlso., is spending a 10-day fur- Gordon, Augusta Ga., for the .forte Stump. Office S u p p lies Bradford
T. D. Smith and Mrs. lough with his mother, Mrs. A. Miss Lera Nelle Johnson and past seven months, came to County Telegraph
SPEEDY SURE Bertha Pearce were visitors In E. Wall. Miss Mary Jean King of Tallahassee Starke Friday for a week's visit Miss Lorrne Shaw, who was

Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. ,who have been guests of with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. graduated June 1 from the Ala>
WffWRAUINVIGESTON Miss Ruby Jewell Thornton of Miss! Nettie Dowling, have re- T. M. Hutch Ings. chua High School at Alachua. faa A dime *.t .! nary I j
C. P. Neuner of Tampawas Auburndale, Is visiting her grand- turned to their home In Talla new employe at Alexander's.She ..'..Her. w. s.rs r,
a week-end guest of Mr. and mother, Mrs. C. A. Thointon. of hassee. Miss Dorothy Gray, cashier at has been living for several i.Y i i.
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd.Mr. Starke.B. Canova's, recently spent a week's weeks with her aunt, Mrs.. Ha. IS OUR QUOTA i 1

\ vacation at her home In Gulnes- vanna John, at Starke, but is 1 '
Guy McKInny' clerk for with
In the VICTORY
.
and Mrs. Frank I
I Colley vllle. Her now living with another aunt
,
brother
R. Wltkovskl is upending Starke postofflce, will leave next Corp Dan
spent Sunday in with Mrs. Colley'0 three or four days in Jackson- Thursday on -'lo-day" vacation Gray, was on furlough from, Mr.. P. S. Crews, at the State U.S. WAR BONDSZSu
sister
Wilmington. this week-end having a physical with his father and mother, Mr. Napier Field Ala., and she had Farm. i iz.5
the pleasure of being with him. .
-----
"check-up. and Mrs J. F.
Elmira Lindsey Is spending a McKinney at Ball LSZ525'

ef's' Drug Store I few with days Mrs. visiting N. D. Faxon.in the country Mis. Patricia Levins of Eldo Ground, Ga. Mrs. Mildred Williams, army QUICK SERVICE AND SATISFACTIONIS ..

rado, Ark., is the guest of her John Godwin will return Saturday wife who has been for sometime
uncle and aunt,;Mr. and Mrs. Edward to his station with\ the Coast assisting in the work at the OUR MOTTO ;
YWCA, has returned to her homein
GUY'S MARKETPhone Burns. Artillery near Portsmouth, Va., i
after Gat II I n a burg Tenn. Mrs.
Bpendlng'an 8-day furloughhere
\)9 We Deliver Miss with his Eleanor H. McCormick, of Bos- Short Orders Sandwiches Cold' Drinks
Dorothy Mills of Green mother, Mis. Annie ,
215 S. Walnut St. Starke Florida I
Lou ton, Mass., has taken her place.
Cove Springs spent last week Godwin. And Delicious Home Made Pies
here with her aunt, Mrs. H. A. .,
ne tb Fresh White Doz.E Jim :Mrs. E. M. Thomas returned JQ !
Wilkinson.Bill Forest, who has been seriously
-
A K ________ 35c EGG S ____________ 39c ill for some time, was in home last week from an extended .

ntry Roll tb Small 3 ForT Graham returned 'Saturday Starke Thursday on his way to visit with relatives In Palatka A & A Luncheonette '
from week's New York Beach where she visited her sister, Mrs. '
a to Daytona
trip where he will
T E R _______'39c Cli IPSO
_
__ _____ 25c T. E. Strange, and Mrs. J. B. ;
where he went to buy goods for I spend a couple of months con- ,
Mills, who wan 111 In the -
tern Juicy tb render Flake 20tb Alvarez' store. valescing.Sgt. hospital
there. While from '
E FRO A S T 2ge F LOU R away home : t
__________ 98c Mrs. Thomas,
Miss Edna Pearce returned to James Hubner of Flora accompanied by her :
etum bag and get lOc Defense Stamp FREE Ft. Lauderdale Sunday after a home, stationed at Ft Jackson, sister, Mrs. Strange, also visited WHY GO FISHING ? ,
short visit here with her mother, S. C., is visiting his brotber-ln- Mrs. Barbara Conway in Jackson-
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. law' and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ville. GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh F
te.Lft.uu.. *",.iHuK, Him. iiriHiiuitniiiimittiiiHiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiiiittiiiniiiuiii," >>" iiiiiiHiiiiiuiHtHiiliiim>> ,nmwittim' ,,HIIHBIIIJUWHIIIHIIIIUIUUJ>> '|
Lacy Conway, and In the N. D. I
Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful Faxon home.. Mrs. Bertha Pearce has as her Water and Salt Water Fish Shrimp, etc. ,
(ILDISG; REMODELING ,
Tailoring at the Starke-IUaading guest over the week-end her son- Fresh Meats, Live and Dressed .Poultry
GENERAL MILL WORK Tailor Opposite Park Theatre. Mrs. Charles) Lindsey, who has in-law and daughter Captain and Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S
I
been here several weeks visiting Mrs. E. R. Symth, of Columbia,
NETS( FIXTURES INTERIOR DECORATINGLow Lex Green has been at home her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. S. C. Captain Smyth was recently !
for several days. His mother, and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, has returned promoted from first lieu- MARKET ,
Mrs. W. H. Green at Lake Butler to her home In Wlruton- tenant. Mrs. Pearce Is expectingher
Estimates Phone 52-J Is critically ill. Salem N. C. I daughter, Mrs. L. J. Lane, 1.2 mock N. of Union Hun Station on Jax Road

I and daughter Marybeth, of BIr- t
Mrs. Bill Fritz, of Birmingham Mrs. S. E. Sparks went to the mingham, Ala., Sunday for their ,
HARTMAN & MANNEddie Ala., whose husband la an Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville, Summer vacation. f
M. P. at Camp Blanding is a last week fora thorough checkIng 1
Hartmann Geo. :Mann! new employe at Jacobs'. over after her recent Illness. Mrs. William D. Hazen returned BLANDING CENTER, INC. \ '

The physician pronounced her from Moultrie, Ga., Wednesday
..e'',, 'evommnauaummeiamomeonnoirmuuienutmnmemimmoueneusionnuumrua" "' '''' '' '' ', '' mamraiismnom' Miss Mayme Anderson, of much Improved. where she made a brief visit with BAR GRILL AND PATIO :

,--- --- -----.. Archer, Is the guest this week of her husband who lit stationed at ,
Mr. and Mrs.. Sam Anderson and Sgt. and Mrs. Richard: R. Thede, Spence Field. She plans to resign Dancing and,. Entertainment t i
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. who have been here visiting Mra.: her positron with the' Southern
thELMA's'PLACE I Thede's mother, Mrs. F. H. Long, Bell Telephone Co., and will Nightly Until One O'clock ;

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Miss! went last week to Biloxi Mian.,: leave soon to live In Moultrie Recreation Amusement Fun
Nina Bishop Buddy Bishop and where Sgt. Thede \is stationed In where they have already tented
Mi\ and Mrs. W. C. Powell spent the Army Air Corps. an apartment.
JEROME C. HUGHES Operator
Sunday in St. Augustine. ,
Mr and 1 Mrs. E. W. Hayes had r.
,
Mrs. J. W. Brownlee and two as guests last Sunday Mr. Hayes'
little daughters returned home brother and sister-in-law, Mr and

yesterday after spending sl x Mrs. C. B. Hayes, and family, of S//OE TYPEWRITERSADDING "
-o- weeks at Coronado Beach. Lake Butler, and another brother, I'I ',
W. H. Hayes, of Gainesville. MACHINES

Mrs. W. L. Thigpen spent Tues REPAIRING ,
DANCING EACH EVENINGTill day in Palatka with Mr. Thigpen, Beautiful Cleaning. Beautiful
who has been confined to a hospital Tailoring at tIe, Starke-Bkrnding .
12 O'Clock0 there for several days. Tailor, Oppo lu" Park Theatre. Repairs ServiceAll ,

MakesE.
Mrs. T :M. McCord and Mrs. :Mrs Louis Shafkfn and Mr..
George A. Sapp spent the week- Gertrude Handelsman left Monday

end In Bainbridge, Ga., with Mrs. afternoon for a week's vacationIn w I
McCord'a aunt, Mrs. Jim Harrell. AUanta. Ga.,, and Henderson- L. "BERT" REAMES
BEER ON TAP
vIlle, N. C. Mr. Shafkln will i
SALES; AGENCY;
Mrs. J. P. Hammock and follow early next week. WHILE YOU
CLEAN FUN GOOD FOODEVERYBODY 319 W. University Ave Gainesville
daughter, Betty, of Jacksonville, WAITAll
are the guests of Mrs. Hammock'ssister Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles of

-o- Mra. J.V.. Andrews, this Miami, who have been visiting Work Guaranteed.: I IIIII .., -I .
week. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman,
left last week for Little Switzer Only The Highest Quality eeeSALVER

WELCOME Rudolph Cistern, son of Mrs. N. land, N. C., where they will spend Leather Used SPRINGSINVITES

W. Bradley, bas been enjoying a the remainder of the summer.Mr ,
10-day furlough here. He is stationed 'I
.- with the Army in New and Mrs, M. C. Wells of BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE YOU TO ENJOY; A
York City. Jacksonville! are spending a few i iHUN

prated Ky :Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lightsey and Son days in Starke with Mr. and Mra. REPAIR FREE ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE SHOW
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepherdand L. S. Hutto. Mr. Wells, an em- ArroHH From PiMtofflce
2
Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave. Mrs. J. W. Grogan of Grif- ploye of the City of Jacksonville, )).\y, JULY 1W AT 3 1'. M.

fin, Ga., will spend next week Is enjoying his annual vacation.
.
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here with Mr. and Mrs. I. P.
Shepherd.Obe FORMER; STAGE; STAR :MARY HAY iAnd I f
HAVE YOU SENT YOUR PORTRAIT I IT
NAT SEZ: Her 16 .
i Fs Hall has just retu'ned HOME? -
The best Investment you can from Miami and Tampa and reports TALLAHASSEE. AIR BASE

make today 1:4V: a I' Victory that he has accepted defense PRESENT THIS, AD AND 50c AT OUR
A Bond.. The next best Invest- work and Is expecting; to be STUDIO. WE WILL MAKE A- SINGERS: DANCERS ENTERTAINERS;

rw+; mrnt It the purchase of your nor- called any day. Starring
mal requirements for personal $3.50 Oil Colored PortraitOF
u ev An the owner of one of Miss Jewell Presnell, of th- DON KING And His Dummy JERKY DUHARRY
Starke's oldest retail eM-JMIi.Ii- YMCA, and Miss Sarah Reed, YOU. ONLY ONE TO A PERSON ..
I I I I 4
menU, I rededicate our ba lnms of the YWCA, returned Tuesday '"
to the highest' principles of retailing from a week'0 visit to Tallahasseeand BON-ART STUDIOS ,

I ; to bring to the peopleof Panama City. 223 S. Walnut Street Starke, Fla

this community the hlxhext t4/U 1cw {
standards of quality at the low- Judge E. K. Perryman returned ?
Wednesday from a few days' ,. __- --p ...
-
est possible price. -efr
1:10: AP a.rad.
visit! with his son, Emmett, who lain .f ,r geJIlMt9
I
the U. S. Navy Academy at
NO NEED FOR SLIP TROUBLES NOW I Annapolis, :Md. TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSOn We suggest the exclusive I


THEf1llVllM Martin W. Struth spent Sun- account of conditions beyond our control Thermlqueheaterless method !\

day here with his mother, Mra. such as the price of gasoline and the awful available to you In our shop.
W. H. StrUth. He U In the Navy, forced to raise our cab
tire shortage we are dJ
"for You will be delighted with the t tI
at once
and was leaving
fares to 13:>> cents.
SliP BEHAVES'LIKE
'A parts unknownMr /' I H J lasting quality..itslustreand beauty t

HUMAN BEING I L. t>. Vlnin. Mrs. Ethel We'appreciate your patronage and hope to continue
.
M. Bigg Mrs. A. Z, Adkiaa! and 'serving you.
Atf H doM not rid. up or train ... the Mrs. D. P. Carpenter are at Fort *y Ili1ffMQtJ iSmartie [ ; !

houlrfvr .....,* dv. to .... patvttoSternberg's.....1Z Banning. Ga., visiting Major and New rate effective July 20th -
Mrs. T, T. Long.Friends .
j

$ here regret to hear '

that J. T. Quigley Is still con- Beauty Slioppe .t..t.Stotrce t
fined In St. Luke's Hospital be- STARKE TAXI SERVICEJ.
cause of an infected foot. Recently

[ he underwent a second operation W. ANDREWS F1oriJa.

and It is hoped that he ...
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. r......... FLORIDA .. FRIO". Jlll 1
PACK' SIX I I

F. S. A. Announces. New Program Of ServiceTo WITH OURFARMERS Peanut Disease ventilation they are for' ht Pea,, '
SECTION:
I :FARMERS' Low-Income Farmers In FloridaA Can Be Controlled a good cap ofgrL the 111

___ m. : : .... With Sulphur the the stack to tllll1 the"II' tb.

new program of service to I| to serve immediate needs, with peanuts

RURAL HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD low-income farmers In Bradford' particular reference for the pres. Dusting peanut plants with sulphur "Wl.h. the' great,

COMMON SENSE. . and Union Counties was an- I ent to the contribution with low- his wife to protect them from leaf peanuts this yea,. *"
nounced this week by Edgar H. Income families may make toward Francis L. GulHlame, disease is recommended to farmers should :he.!! .

HENS FOR ECONOMYA MORE: MILK RECIPES Klueppelberg, Farm Security Ad- production of food and the and month-old son for the past spot Florida farmers by J. Lee Smith, Plants from ,h, desrohq\

ministration County Supervisor. means to Increase this contribu- weeks have been living on spot disease
herm liocolate Egg >og two agronomist with the State Agri- and If >
of laying bdh
good
flock said special tion to a maximum. i fully tack
1 table Mr. Klueppelberg farm of Mrs. Ida Extension Service. "IIle!!
toward making the Requirements: 1 egg, the 60-acre cultural croPs i
will do much farm will be worked( out 4. Long-run Program/ : Determination Guil- avoid lose In bJ
farm family oelf-austalnlng and spoon chocolate syrup, 3-4 cup programs of I of adjustment which Sweat at Sandy Lane. Mr. The disease, he explained, us- h81'vealJ\g.!)\ _
common
hereafter to fit areas
4 keeping It in goou health. milk, and a few drops of vanilla. of general should be made in the area if the llama has been living In Bradford ually shows up on older leaves at
Instead using
D. Beat slightly, add chocolate problems County for the past seven years, BuildingO"
This suggestion comes from egg Following studies of low-Income farmers are to achievea this time of year and then Permife
I F. Sowell Ext e nslon poultry syrup, milk, and vanilla. Beat methods.conditions and problems, fair measure of economic and coming here from Arcadia where spreads to the entire plant and to
made to all well, strain, and serve.Chocolate special he farmed with his grandfather, July 8
\ specialist and Is the will be varied to social s e curl t adjustments other plants If not controlled. It Melvin tc
farmer who do not have flocks I ) Syrup serve programs these problems according to which may Involve land use, size J. H. Bates. He has he done has beenIn very causes the affected leaves to drop was Issued a perttt, to

I on their places. "Poultry meat Requirements: 1-2 cup cocoa physical, economic and social of farms type of farming, tenure little farming since off and reduces yieldsometimesas frame residence I2x3 f.,,
and eggs," Mr. Sowell points out, 1-2 cup sugar, 1-8 teaspoon salt, needs that are found. arrangement, farm and home Bradford County, first operat- much as 500 pounds per acre. Livingston, Truby
Important health foods, and 1 boiling water. ing a filling station, then hauling of 4
"are very cup For purposes of the new plan- practices, capital requirements, N. D. Wainwright, Dusting Spanish peanuts addition to the
,, and maintaining a email flock la Mix cocoa sugar, and salt In a ning, this state has been divided community o r ganlzatlon, educa- produce for should begin around July 1O town Of
with the post July 10
' not expensive and will bring very saucepan; add boiling water grad- into the following areas: tion, attitudes, markets, and and now working Blanding, while dusting of runners usually J. M. Edward,

satisfactory returns" ually and cook gently five min Florida-Lower Coastal Plain, other factors. quartermaster at Camp Isn't necessary until late July or Bradford Engineering
start farmingright
For the mall farm flock be utes or until a smooth, thick Non-Agricultural General Farm- "It Is plain," said the super but he plans to early August. Three or four applications received permit for $3
said Saturday.
recommends a dual-purpose breed paste l la formed. Cooking la a Ing Citrus Truck. visor, "that each of the areas is away, he of sulphur dust he said the erection of a two eb!
Island Red, New for 20 30 minutes In climate two-week intervals and crete building
such as Rhode double boiler to the different from the others at using 32x40 fett)
falls into
This 0
county works for
Green wages
Hampshire, or White Plymouth Improves the flavor. This North Central Florida CeneralFarmln& topography land yield, size Britt farm of Everett from IS to 20 pounds of sulphurper Thompson street Oil Ib.
breeds provide more be Into cov- ,on the 25-acre will control the disease. of Attorney T
Rock. These syrup may poured a of farms, type of farming mar acre Fr8llk
than the smaller ones and also ered glass jar and kept In the Area. kets, population and prospects ,Green at Sandy Lane. He and The dust will also help to con and Capt. J. W BroWllJee
said that the wife and five children live on
Mr. his
lay very satisfactorily. refrigerator or a cool place.It Klueppelberg: and therefore requires a planning trol the leaf hopper.
general steps to be taken in the the farm. "But,we are all caughtup
4 "The alze of the farm flock will may be used for milk shakes, all its own. said The extension agronomist also AUTO
work he
of
new area planning with the now,
program
PART
I depend on the size of the farm breakfast cocoa or as a sauce for "We have been working toward recommended that farmers begin
will be: Saturday. We had a fair crop, he
family and Its Interest In poultry desserts. For making cocoa allow this sort of planning for some collecting enough poles for stack- USED TIRES
said. He expected to begin Mon- (\\1
worker 1. Factflnding: Study of the time, trying to get a better picture B
the Extension says. of the
+ one tablespoon syrup defense work at Camp Ing the peanuts at harvest. From :VOUR SIZE),
doing GE.'iEi.1
day
families want to for of milk. major economic and social prob- of the problems that the
Some produce '
may one cup with the W. P. A. 20 to 30 poles, six or seven feet AUTO GLASS -
lems facing low income farmersin Blandlng CASII
some eggs and poultry for Ice Creams Farm Security Administration long, are needed for stacking each OARS AND TRUCKS
f sale as well aa for themselves the area; complete knowledgeof has to help people meet. The B
of harvested Two
These recipes are for a one- Leroy Oliver who lives near theFarmers' acre peanuts., CONDITION.:
and their
the area's
resources
" while others may be primarily welfare of farmers depends on
quart freezer. crossplecea, about four feet long,
Market born In
interested In eggs for home u e. distribution, farm underemployment conditions that Can be set downalonl' was Used Autos
needed for 18 inches
are placing $J2j
Vanilla-Requirements: 2 cups opportunities In area, marketing Palmetto, but moved to Bradford t
should linet and have
Seven hens per person area we
on'each
l thin cream ((18 percent), 1-3 cup four last Feb- above the ground of
County ago
problems, tenure problems years
of learned
provide an ample amount eggs that only by areas can HAS KINA
these
1-3 teaspoon salt, and 2 from Ga. The firstfarming poles.
and poultry meat throughout the sugar problems of education and com- the particular conditions and ruary Jesup, '
r year. Thus Mr. Sowell pointsout teaspoons vanilla. munity life. needs of farmers In different circumstances he ever did, he said Sat- Mr. Smith emphasized the Im- UTO PARTS
portance of stacking so the nuts
should havea Caramel-Requirements: 2 cups Devel- understood urday, was at Coleman where he North of Town
a family of five 1. Short-run Programs: be and will be turned toward the o, Bo
flock of 35 hens. cream (18 percent), 1-3 cup sugar, opment of programs that shouldbe that planning can be done to worked for three years. He was pole,

t A small flock, he claims, can 1-8 teaspoon salt, and 2 tablespoons maintained or put into effect serve them accurately" In the Army for two years duringthe 525i'.5Z5i 52525Zirc'Kat=asas==sasa sasacasa Samosas S

( rustle a large part of their feed caramel. last World War, spending 11 I FUNERAL t

1f from the barnyard, while a light Chocolate Requirements: 2 months overseas DIRECTOR
grain ration, surplus sour milk, cups cream ((18 percent), 1-2 cup New River NewsBy In 1937 he Joined the C. C. C.'s 'l\ly\ Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Met>bJ

and table scraps will complete sugar 1-8 teaspoon salt, and 3-4 and spent five and a half months EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERUCl:

,., their feeding requirements. Very! "square chocolate. at Jesup. Ga.. and the rest of the MODERATE PRICKS: _
I
little Attention la necessary for a For Ice creams, use 8 parts by Jessie Lee Lazenby ANDREWS-JOHNS five years he was in C. C. C. DeWITT C. JONES
flock of from 30 to 35 hens, but camps at Gold Head Branch State
volume to 1 part salt. Fill freezer Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johns an- SUirke Florida
'I V 'a well planned feeding and man- half full of ice before adding salt. LEN GREEN HOUSE BURNSA nounce the recent marriage of Park. He expected to go to work
soon aa a ward attendant in the t
, agement program la necessary for Turn freezer slowly at first, large frame-construction their daughter, Juanlta to Mr.
larger flocks. Some families Increase faster when the cream begins to farm house near here, belonging Johnnie Andrews of Lake Butler. Station Hospital at Camp Blan

' 2: the size of their flocks to thicken. Steady cranking la de to Congressman Lex Green burn- The couple reside in Union ding. W. T. CLUTEREALTORF.

r ; provide eggs and meat for themselves sirable.In ed to the ground one day this County. H. A. LOANSWe
JI, and enough to sell to pay week. The house was occupiedby Thanks 'HelpersW

i I for groceries they cannot produceon down packing frozen mixture.remove dasher Cover, press can' a colored family by the name I COW 'MOTHERS A GOAT want the listing on your property

their farms. with sheet of oil paper, and replace 'I of Redman. They had prepared Joe and Jon Lazenby have a :,. M. Edwards, county ration- We have some wonderful properties for sale! I
1 Even the smallest flock, how- the noon meal and left It on the motherless kid that was easily ing registration director, wishes
cover In which a cork has See us about your Real Estate Needs
ever, need a house for protecting been fitted. Drain salt water stove to finish cooking while forced (from the cow's way of publicly to thank those throughout -

them from weather. The house from bucket, and pack down Ice they rested through the heat of thinking) into an adoption to a the County who so efficiently 119 E. CALL STREET PHONll

should have a good roof to keep In bucket. Fill bucket, using 8 the day. When the mother called Jersey cow. assisted him in the gas registration -
the birds dry, a floor to facUitate to her girl asking about dinner, : last
week.
"It was a big
parts ice to 1 part salt. If only The cow is of a guinea type,
regular cleaning, and nine inchesof the girl screamed and Informed Job well done", he said.
a short period can be allowed forrlpenlnl' which enables the kid to reach
roost spate for each bird. (He them the house was burning and SINCLAIR PRODUCTS!
use 9 parts ice to 1 part the spot of vital nourishment with
has a circular for anyone interested salt for packing. falling In. They ran out and tried all ease--especially after a brick RULRD INDEX CARDS-3x3:
in building a good, In-expen to save a mattress but It finally 91 per BRADFORD COUNTY Gasoline Oils and Fuels
Cold: Milk Drinks. has been placed for the goat to ,
' live poultry house.) burned beyond use. Redman stat
Hot weather calls for cold put his two front feet on. The TELEGRAPH.
For those who plan to have ed that "It even got my three WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING
drinks, and here are some which cow tolerates him but it can't be
more cbickens on their farms I middlings of meat In the smoke
THE CHILDRENS FRIENDWhen GIVE US A RING WE DELIVERH.
are delightful, refreshing, and said that she, was too willing for -
now la the time to house. his
buy them and I Model A car was
will give a pick-up to the the adoption. It Is estimated that
system' children have
them started. "And far i temporary upsets -
get: beware of parked enough away that It
I and add zest to living. Each he consumes over two quarts of
bargains, for cheap chicks are was saved. Redman paid he had of the stomach and bowels from
recipe makes one glass.caramel milk daily, he is fed only at milk I E. TUCKER Agent
often the most unwise food combinations ,
expensive In the to run out and leave his overallsIn overeat-
Milk Shake time. The little fellow won'tassociate
I long run, he warns. Requirements the house to burn. Different ing, or over-acidity of the stomach, For Sinclair Refining Co.
: 1 teaspoon brownsu&ar with the other goats,
More and more Florida farmersare people In the 'community con- give them good tasting
1 tablespoon caramel but follows and sleeps with the
syrup
establishing small flocks to tributed generously toward the Phone 158 Starke Fla.
dash of McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR ,
salt, 3-4 cup milk, and cow-much to her chagrin!
provide their families with healthful 1-8 teaspoon vanilla. family and they now haveenough I' ALL DRUO STORES

poultry products. And they Mix in order given, shake well furniture, etc. with which BEAN HULLS KILL, HOGS

are well satisfied with the results and serve cold, either plain to "camp" for a while. .They The folk In our community ,.",

they are obtaining. with a spoonful of whipped cream or moved Into another house near certainly have done their share ">- 1

Farmers who are Interested In placed on top. by. Anyone wishing to give the of canning this season.! It is

raising chickens will find Mr. To make caramel couple anything, may do so and it estimated: that Mrs. R. J. Turner
Sowell and their county and I syrup, meltone will be greatly appreciated. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp have led In
In
home cup sugar a dry pan until can't you seeEnlist in the
agents ready and
willing smooth ana Drown. Add one RENOVATIONS the general output. Mrs. Alvin u Oh/ say
to help them with their plans. cup I Kite of Raiford spent several ?
boiling water, stir well days free
boll
three Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sheppardare US
minutes, cool, bottle with her mother, Mrs. Turner, bonds keeps
and use for having a window built in ln g
and canned. Mrs. Kite stated y Dor-
flavoring milk 1047 SAVETYCAMPAIGN
beverages each their
and end of dwelling Smith C. Andtewr
.H. .
.
desserts. Johns Is doing the work. 'that! she shelled and canned 1-2 Ten dollar goes to r>u ,Florida,\for the wtn
Egg and Milk hamper of butter beans and Street,Jacksonville July 3.'"*
The. E. C. Priests are paintingand : chetlcr for the week Judge*
poured the hulls Into her t
Requirements: 1 pasture nine tlogan Cont '
egg speck of n to
nutmeg, cinnamon or 1-8 tea- their making ready a small roomin for her cow to eat. The next Mall Your SIOE Jacksonville Florida
house for a bath 1772.
room. morning her milk cow and four Box
"lu
Rpoon vanilla dash of
1
salt Mr. and ]Mrs E. A. Sapp are hogs dead the butter .
lay on bean
tablespoon sugar, and 3-4 cup E
milk. contemplating screening their hulls. Such hulls have been ;

Beat until large; farm house at an early known to kill many other hogs In all-out for
egg foamy, add salt, date. 1 We must all go
this community In the Jut few rI
sugar milk and desired flavoring.Stir wherever you
Save
years. Everyone now :buries Victory.
until sugar has dissolved MARY ELLA GREEN: and
heat well or shake vigorously, It seems that the stork knew them or puts them out of reach T \ can. Save your scrap metal

cool and serve. that Mr. and Mrs. RuSHell Green of stock. i j I t 9 send it to your Junk Dealers.

Maple Shake were anticipating a move of The Rev. C. C Butler filled the Pool your car-driving with

Requirements: 1 tablespoon residence from Brooker to the pulpit at the Long Bridge Christian and friends.
"NEW LIFE" mAple syrup, 3-4 cup milk, and Albert Surrency farms for he Church Sunday. A your neighbors

dash of salt. Mix in order given, .seemed to be waiting with a big crowd attended both morning large and Ride the buses when they'renot

for Spring shake well and serve cold. Whipped 'I.' 10-pound baby girl. The Greens evening services. so crowded. Do your Fart

cream may be served on top moved in one week and little l
OxfordsGet aa a garnish. Mary Ella arrived the next. The Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Butler I) I to help win!

Chocolufe Milk Shake enjoyed a recent visit of their

Out Those Old Spring Requirements: 3-4 cup milk, ]Mr. and Mrs R. J. Turner enJoyed two sons Lamarr, of Savannah, .

Slippers. We'll Make Them few drops vanilla and 1-2 table- 1 a brief visit In Georgia re- Ga., and Mitchell of Waycross, !

Do For Another Season. spoon chocolate syrup. cently. Ga. Help Win THIS Way Too

Mix In order given, shake well Ethan Sapp is spending his va- It was a happy time when our ,

and serve cold either plain or cation in and around Mulberry, boys who are in service were and plans
The Electric Shoe this week. home Uncle Sam urgently needs metal for guns, ]
with over the week-end.
whipped cream on top. i Edwin havc
Shop Mr. and Airs. Fonnle Crews Sheppard gave his parents Mr. and tanks, and ships.. That'a why bottle caps

Opposite Park Thea're STENOGRAPHERS N O T E have moved to Eatontown, N. J.,'' and Mrs. T, H., Sheppard a very been rationed. But if you'll ask for the JAX JUMBO,

PADS- 15o each- BRADFORD where Mr. Crews has been employed pleasant, as .well' as unexpected of the famous
COUNTY TELKGRAFH. as guard in the defense' visit before be",,joined" the 33rd< ? you'll be sure of getting your share

work. They write friends that Division "wherever it: Is," Edwin Drink of lrjends ip. And you'll help save metal:00'

they enjoy the work and climateso added later. He was graduated Remember, the JAX JUMBO is the convenient. ,

SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! Mrs.near Mary New York-40 Cason and miles.Mrs.\ from and Is Radio now probably School on In the Norfolk high {-,'.. ,' patriotic way to buy beer. Next time, ask i for the

Rhoda Dowling have returned Di JAX JUMBO a

;: AND ECONOMICAL! from ed their Gainesville sister Mrs.where Ina they Hayes.visit- seas.Tech.Field was. Sgt.visiting Willard Mann his of Elgin : 3( full 32 ounce bottle. F4r'I $$10

parents, t
t T. H. Sheppard is now em- Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mann, last II rig IM beer at home E.EIT'y
RIDE THE BUSSES ployed at the Lake City Air Base. week. r' and don't need. the
Mrs. Rhoda whole bottle, gently WEEI
Dowling and grand- Corp. N. Johns of Ft. J iii
son, Joe Benning t remove the cap pour IJII'
Dowllng
Courteous Correct Information Lazenby, en- Is home for few .10g
Joyed a few days vtsltln a days before he .rtts.a J your JAX carefully for original victory
Live leaves for an unknown a then force the .4.!
destina I
Oak cap in this
Given You with Mrs. like the one
At
Dowling's son, Joe to R back on the bottle _
L. Dowllng. tion.More than 200 people took the ?e dCw! !"""e and put the remain- .. -RULES"ingbeer.backin ...*.
UNION BUS ,STATION Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and various Immunization shots at 1 You may .end in at ....ny...'''

son, Leslie, were transacting business the New River health clinic dur- F your icebox for later week ..you",.n.. --Mm". *!*'
in Gainesville ue. It will keep J Each entry mutt: be 0r inn-
Friday
ing the past three weeks t for many hour. label or re..n.b'' '.c'' i''I' r a ??,-
.. bottle of JAX Beer .1110

Patray; And Suslow Suslow laid $2.30O in the scales, | The.loM"mu.tbeor.r.jr Any logan now In ore" !bill-,

Prompt Service Careful Drivers Trade PropertyThrough along with his undivided half-In 4. Neatne..pecUl. eredit and orl.ln.llty will, 'be |iv en COuie.::: ..'

terest in the Belvedere Club, for elaborate di.pLYaI "
the medium of FrankC Mr. I Enrrle.lor this week nun ha0"rTnw ] I ..7,
Patray's undivided half-In- 1 no I.rer than Zoo d dIt

Starke Taxi. Service Holllngswortb. real estate op- terest In the Temple Avenue lots, ..1...n. become Compeny.the .. hr the
erator James J Brewinf
,
Patray and
Ben .
Mr. Hollingsworth ,stated. The c win or not. --navya.me
Suslow closed a deal last week Temple Avenue property consistsof 7 In caw. of. ties duplie.o.Iut

Phone 150 whereby Mr. Patray comes into "all the block south of the deelalOft 01 the jJges ia a".LI _U I

full possession of the Belvedere Catholic church eXcept the lot 1 g ,_. The contest "I. open' to,rrerY dtMld,
I Club near Keystone Heights, where the Standard station ** )'..r.oI.....cepmp It.adverirriembeoitherfamil: ..o, g ursattett.af """ "':"
a while Mr. Suslow becomes full stands" and lot 180x105 Brewing Co. ..
Day a feet L.
Night owner of valuable Temple Avenue .o" .. CO.
near the Intersection of Temple : ; ; ; JAX BREWING

... ... _... .. property. 'and Pratt streets "on. the north I_- .6: ',:. jAeKSOMyutfiy HV,
n n .. ... .. .. ...... 11 I! To even thing up a bit, Mr ',side of Pratt. 'v, ,. ... ,.

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17.1 Ut2 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLECKAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA
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.NMPbNN! tlb: INL: 'ttLiDNNIYnblTlthI!; : were visiting her parents. Mr. and I-

Mrs. W. C'. demons in this section -


: : SUCCESSFUL t* S.Sunday.Supp and E. S. Sapp madea
Kathleen Norris
business trip to Gainesville Says :

Monday.

; 1LJ1 PARENTHOOD end J.in A.Luke Harnage City with spent his the brother-week VII WccfcJt'iifI'isiis/ Take footlFiii' / Vojt ,i

IfH If tlfa ptGe td' in-law and slater Mr. anti Mrs.
Earl Bell S'ndlc.--WNU featum.
Dobbs i I

C '% i 55 5 Mr. and Mrs. 10:. S. Sapp and

son, Rudolph! were dinner guestsof .
I fly MHS. CATHDINX: coxes EDWA1DS Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby!
:
I Ae.ocIaIe IIdh.L ,....., Mallll' Sunday. ::
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pct f1 ) i

THE GROWING PERSONALITYLast TIIERESSA > '

By Mm. U. D. May iu i

week we told how a two- I tered looking but none the less 8 l I 'j I
year-old feels about himself and his loved appeal to the two-year-old. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clover- ;? C /
"' tt world. Today we'll sketch his phys Outdoors a kiddie car a wagon anda settle are the proud parents of a 1 f 1

ical mental, and social develop- sand pile are his idea of the little !seven-pound! daughter born 1 .
ment. But since no two childrenare makings of a good time In St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville # $ S.t i
M.5j,5 exactly alike these character .J I
f istics of the Not too many playthings at once, on July 6. The little
; tTAa lilAlL(91ar ( average two-year-old and only toys which can stand a lady has been named Willie vj
p are not hard and fast De- \
of child's measurements lot of wear and tear are rules to ...-. I ;1 1'I
your normality. A keep In mind when lored.Mr.
providing
child may even be advanced In one materials for the child of this play and Mrs R. c. Moore and

other.area of growth and retarded In an- And while giving him as much free.age two sons Charles and Larry, of j wa0 ep aO ; 'I

At 24 months of dom as possible to investigate the Lake Wales are visiting Mr. and ;
of boyi age the majority house and yard, remember that Mrs. l>. W. \Moore for a while. ,',
fr range In height from
j4 iY, to 33.3 inches and weigh from 33.5 28.S nothing is sacred to him so keep Mr. and Mrs.' Pete Hagan of

to 30 pounds and the majority of your his cherished breakables out of Palatka are visiting Mr. Hagan's g \ I Ir ij

<- girls of the same age tend to be way. aunt. Miss Ida Magan for a few
one-half inch shorter and one-half The two-year-old has but a meager days. They are getting a place
pound lighter with about the same vocabulary at his command, near Mr. I.C I.f I. It
but between two and three learning Hagun's work, as he hasa ii
range In height and weight as the
Illlthe boys. During the next 12 months words and using them to ask Job with the new airport construction ;"1
the child grows taller and more hundreds of questions becomes his here.
slender-"shooting up" we say as favorite intellectual pastime. Mother Mrs. R. Roberts and childrenand //r/ t p. I! i F
his clothes Goose rhymes picture books and Mrs. Dan O e ,
begin to be too short Lopcr all l children
-Tinkling Drinks Ward Off Summer FatigueSee for him. especially stories made up about his were shopping In Starke 0 Al

( Recipes Below.) As for what he can do with his own activities interest him very Tuesday. ltf ,1r o
body he is just outgrowing his baby much. Herbert Cloversettle I I IH
lr-Saving Drinks toddle and is ready to begm to learnto Some of the skills the child will and Earl
SUM.UER REFIESInlElVTS! run and jump. He will no longer develop between two and three are Geiger were visiting relatives In

I.'Chocolate. take the stairs on all fours though buttoning and unbuttoning (thoughhe Jacksonville Thursday night of
thtr ter'S perched Crunch he'll climb slowly with both feet to won't as a rule be able to dress last week.
Ent rung of the temperature each step for some time yet. He himself); washing face and hands Mr. and Mrs. Dan Raley visited j jI
ladder, do 'Orange CoolerII. can do a few things with his hands, with a good deal of supervision, relatives In Keystone over the O < I
j
j you feel your such as using pencils and crayons though he'll probably fuss to do it weekend.Mrs. Q tIti )
[Iff spirits sagging, Honey Chocolate Nut Cookies and can do a little cutting with alone: feed himself if given plentyof l
energy run scissors. But mostly he is not yet time: and by 2H he can, go to tho A. H. Ketaey was shop. t\ + t'E'E'Et !
your ? Yes, 'Root Beer Flip ready for the control of small muscles toilet alone if his clothes can be ping In Starke Saturday ,
ning low 'Recipes Given and the co-ordination between easily adjusted. Mrs. S. R. Swindell was visiting y .1 1VS
weather
the warm hand and eye needed for such skills Socially the two-year-old Is still relatives In Starke Friday \

begins to take Mentally he is all curiosity. He pretty much a lone wolf. He's like W. H. Hall and Ions Hilly ami / / t ,
its toll just about 1 plot vanilla Ice cream wants to open doors and drawers ly to be more Interested in another Bobby and II. D. May attended
Ijou feel you need push I tablespoons sliced! maraschino to pull things out and feel and examine child's toys than in the child him the stock market In Gainesville JrIa."IOU ,fa on a ...,.,.Ie-fOn'I.I.'. tattt along thing your hot and hoifxf .\
most But, make a come- cherries them rather than actually self and thinks nothing of making a riiiieulout. toys that bore the children or randy, but ......'ioh
Tckly and easily with a Mix fruit juices and ginger ale play with them. That is why he'll grab for them. At home he Is be. Monday. such IU coffee, tplit broiler, bugger, tinned ham, .."., brenil.
drink served in ; empty a whole drawer of toys or ginning to be less mother centeredand J
lit-Juicy add honey; mix well. Chill thoroughly pots and pans and then walk off shows greater affection for his Crap Shooters Caught By KATHLEEN NORRISDON'T
brful! frosty glass. Add ice cream and stir until and leave them for some other field father and other adults he sees I TtOWLL UK WELCOME ;

lively served drink willour blended. Serve in chilled glasses of exploration.Soft often. He's still too young for pets The Police made: a raid In Reno go visiting your I As a wcfli-vnj guest are you i
( spirits more quickly topped with cherry slices dolls, stuffed and wooden anImals -he'd love them but the pets wouldbe Saturday night and arrested 12 I s in the country always sum of your welcome? I'

|can say "Jack Sprattl" Orange Ginger Ale Punch. which are soon pretty bat'HOMSE apt to suffer from his handling. negl'oes10 for gambling and 2 year without tak If not, then licrv't a tip that I

!*;e some of those frail (Serve 12 to 15)) for drunkenness. All of them ing your sugar: allowance will/ do much to insure a I

il leaves and those few odd 1 quart orange Ice SANDY LANE were either jailed or put up u along. And while you're aboutit standing invitation Don't bur I
[over from the shortcake, I quarts ginger ale $10 cash bond. Chief A. L. Alvarez I
r In the Ice cube trays Orange aUcelMaraachlno By Ida Ruth Allilrrdgc stated Tuesday.PATRICIA take other things too. ih-n yourwIwith a lot of ex-:

like a pretty drink. Or. cherries with stems When a young couple buy a :. pi'naive, tnu'letf gift for your ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Locklcar '
host host.. Take them
If colored Ice cubes that Sprigs of mint leaves suburban home they are in. or *
of Starke were guests of Mrs.
fjour summer beverage Place orange ice in punch bowl Ida Sweat Monday afternoon.Mr. for a delightful experience.The something they really nenl. ) ,
on a watery taste Instead of some costly knickknack -
and pour in ginger ale. Garnish ]HOME and Mrs. Merritt Newman sun-flooded rooms, the
11 t juices diluted with wa- forM children, takt:
cubes. You'll like this. with orange slices attractively cut were guests in Jacksonville of privacy, the garden, the very them a ham d split broiler,
and floated in punch. Add cherriesand Mre. Gareson last week. of the ground
feeling owning ,
lot be for some coffee bUller-.om.
11 more to said mint sprl .. or .
i other than their general Milk drinks,make cool tempting 17eD.e Mrs. N. D. Green spent A week under their feet and the roof thing that will, cut down suepenift -

[trance. Besides providing refreshments and are just the thing with her daughter, !of". Gareson, over their heads is wonderful for your ho.". ,

m i with the vitamin C. in for afternoon or evening .snacks: r ol SUtet U...,'. Kitchen of Jacksonville.Mr. ; it is a feeling all young Remember your own grocery .

(quantity and A and B in Orange Quench. and Mrs. Tom Terrley of persons ought to have. bills A continuous flow of I
UI1. the citrus fruits or- Penney Farms were visiting Mr. DOW
HART E. DAGUE tint conducive to
(Senea I) By the company I''
Perhaps most enjoyable !
i lemons act as alkalizers and Mrs. R. H. McConley Saturday
Author of Sister Kitchen.A the welf
Mary's being .
of/ budget.Do I
milk :your
Item. This acts as Insur- cup phase of it is the opportunityIt ,
food bulletin'publisbed by the unto others .
cit fatigue which is a bigwarmer H cap orange Jalce National Life Stock and Meat board Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Williams offers for hospitality. Bob and I

weather. 1 teaspoon sugar stresses the Importance. of a balanced were visiting in RaIford Sunday. Detsey are enchanted by that extra j jpl.nty
bedroom and bathroom. Betsey ant farmer; I was In heaven, with ;
I Ice cream are perfect Combine Ingredients and beat until : diet and carefully planned .
with fruit juices for cool- thoroughly blended. Serve chilled. meals that will create the desire for GUM BRANCH puts all sorts of pretty furnishings of fresh air milk, eggs, fruit
i Not only do contain the right foods. There must be no In, finishes the bathroom with pink for my babies-from the first week t tI
they
Root Beer Flip. By Mm. T. N. Norman wanted to share It with those I
I lie requisites for a well- waste in our kitchens, either; every soap and pink towels, equips the
Idiet (Serves 1) scrap of food that isn't eaten at one dressing-table with a score of pink loved. When he came home at noon i
but they to Mln of Jacksonville
are Agnes Sapp
easy
meal should be used in some attractive on Saturdays, Jim had marketedfor
I lend 54 cup root beer trifles to match Its pink bows. She
themselves In pleas- la spending a few days with
at later meal. and sometimes the list '
way a csn't wait for the fun of having me, was
Imation with other foods. U cup milk Left-over meats and vegetablesand her parents, Mr. and Mr*. J, S. Ir Martha and David down, and when as long as my arm.

{.,West problem with sum- 1 serving vanilla Ice cream fruits can be just as tempting- Sapp. they arrive she exultingly announces "One month that first summer my:

pi will come in trying toJir. Pour root beer and milk into a at the second meal as when first Mrs. Leila Parrish of Jackson that Lydia and Sam. Sonya and Phil grocery bill, exclusive of the milk, .
cooked if thought in
use preparing
But tall glass. Add ice cream and serve them.you ville spent part of last week here are coming In for lunch the next vegetables, butter, eggs and so on f

let this I Immediately. Salads, sandwiches, meat pica, with relatives and friends. She day. too from the farm, was more than one

BOU, for I .1 Maple Cooler. ragouts and timbals take care ol left Saturday and went to ppend Costly Hospitality. hundred dollars. We had, to call a
line I
fruit [ p .r: (Serves 1)) left-over meats. Vegetables, too, a few days with her uncle and halt
lat haveI'ufars. 31 lend themselves to these dishes as aunt, Mr. and Mr* B. );1. Mc- It Is only after two or three weekends "We all had aa honest talk. It was
maple
I II1 "* t r I' 2 tablespoons syrup well as souffle and au gratin Rae, In the Pine Level section before that Bob and BeUey leek at an a*nlilnr talk for Jim and me.
tweet- hd r Ji teaspoon vanilla dishes. home. the bills, look ruefully at each ..Ua.M. We told them all frankly what the

milk 1. r 1 cup milk Left-over fruits can always be returning and add up the bills again. The trouble was; that an occasional b*.
cream. used in a fruit salad. J. S. Sapp spent the week-end cost .f the soft drinks, coffee, butter of candy, swim suits for the clall-
Few grains salt Meat loaves can be made with near Trenton attending church. Ice lemons, ham, laundry .
soap
td very other soaps
'lit all or no Combine ingredients and beat one left-over meat and served with a I Mr and Mra. Homer Stearnsof work, firewood and telephone although welcome and charming
minute. Top with whipped cream crcamed-left-over vegetable. Only' Wildwood spent I a a t week charge thai this happy hospitality
lItldid not bills.
"It powders too, using 1 If desired. a short cooking period is requiredfor with Mrs. Stearns" parents, Mr. represents simply appalls them. \ pay our

wpoon of the fruit powder You will be driving around less this type of meat loaf, an and Mrs. J. N. Norman. Mr. They can't keep It up! A husband's Practical brother Suggestion.
advantage worth keeping in mind "My a prosper
aipoons\milk. of honey to 1 glassor these summer evenings. for your when you're late starting dinner. Stearns has been called to the But they don't know huff to stop ous doctor who adores our farm

/ Ice Fill the glass with I breath of fresh However, a meat loaf furnishesa army and Is now stationed at it. Sundays are hot in town and and is never so happy ss when he

1/Ig tnt chips and you have I air. but you will splendid way to use the cheaper, Camp Blanding. Mrs. Stearns their lovely garden Isn't very far and Jim and the other men are fell.

thirst quencher in a probably spend coarser fibered cuts of meat Have will remain here with her par away Out come the friends, to sit leg trees, building a dam, gather

more time on S the meat put through the food ents for awhile. panting under Bob's trees, to present Ing fruit, working themselves ex-:
ices used with ice creamy your back chopper several times to be sure Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Normanand 8179 the small son and daughter with hausted was first with a practical

Ire kind to the sugar ra- having the neighGQa that these. fibers are very finely daughter, Dorothy, and son. seven-dollar snowy Iambs or large suggestion. '

bors drop e chopped.The care left-overs determinestheir Gerald were dinner guests of complicated games, to hand Betseya 'When Minna and I bring the

Orange Cooler. serving them simple palatability and usability. As Mrs. Ary Brown Sunday. box of rich candy and to feel that girls out here,* he announced 'we'll

hake li'! quarts) drinks and a soon as cooked foods are cool store Mr. and Mrs. Overstreet vpent these gifts entitle them to about bring food to the amount of three
I"De few .ugar-saving cookies. for the in. them in the refrigerator in covered Saturday and Sunday at Trenton twenty dollars' worth of food, drink, dollars apiece. Any other outing

!lemon juIce between-meal snack. You'll enjoy dishes to preserve their flavor attending church. service, rooms and comfort would cost us that, and this is our

Juicemaraschino both of these recipes: and moisture. rolls waxed Mrs. Lisa Hill of Plant City is Everything else has changed this favorite outing.'

cherry juice Honey Chocolate Nut Cookies. Wrap and bread and in tight bread in box visiting relatives here this week. year, and it is for visiting friendsto "We protested of course, and we y

rIDer aleDoeos H cup batter to paper prevent store drying. Scald and sun Mrs. Lem Conner and children change this, too. When you goon finally did get them to cut it downto

hooey unsweetened chocolates the bread-box frequently to guard a weekend visit take things the two dollars apiece. Since then, I
squares against mold in summer weather. CHURCH DIRECTORY OP Bobs really need, not ridiculous toys and that was eleven years ago, when I
eggs well beaten Bread stuffs that have become too SERVICES that only bore the children, or candy my sister and her husband or my

H cup honey stale for table use can be used in FIRST flAPTMT that gives everyone prickly best brother and his wife, bring their

*-nw Says: H cup sugar bread puddings, made into croutons H......A.N to.:.WBtMt LUkftMt.)...P.....'.r Load up your car with such essentials boys here, they bring between them

Score Cars: Definite altA for soups and broken into Church School S:46: A. M. as colT., split broilers eases of eighteen dollars worth of food. This
shed news K teaspoon coarse crumbs for stuffings and Hornlnc; Worship 11OO: A. U. bottled drinks pounds of butter, means that all week long I don't
me ;
on the spice situ- B. T. U. 7:00 P. M.
10 now cap.sifted floor scalloped dishes. ._ Kv.nlnar Worship 1:00 P. U.W tinned hams, eggs, bread. You'll pay a cent for groceries, that their
you do much
homemakers will
prolong
W cap chopped not Proper care rubber 10 .dn..day Worship 100 P. K. find a warmer welcome from flushed coming-always welcome-is doubly
what Is life of our precious
available the
j exactly Melt butter and chocolate over hoi articles so here are few suggestions. Slacks and Jacket little Mrs. Bob than you ever got welcome because It means no strain

''a' enough water and stir until blended. Combine FIRST MKTflODI! Pattern No. Ill -A first requirement before. on my budget On the contrary,
01: to go around eggs, sugar honey and salt in Be sure all rubber appliances are R.y. U. C. P........ Pats for a successful vacation This rule obviously doesn't applyto they call me the rich old boardinghouse .
CIyenne, red 12: I N. Ckvrrk Street
d. ehlll powder pepper bowl. Add flour which has been sift. perfectly dry before putting away. Church School 111:00: A. M. wardrobe is a smart pair of slacks big establishments, where a staff keeper, and I don't care a bit.
dill seeds ed before measuring. Mix thoroughly Dry them slowly in a cool place Sunday Worship 11:00: A. U. -and a matching jacket! Here they of servants is kept. The older persons ."Also I think it gets children into
rnlxed Paprika, curry, cake once add chocolate mixture and because beat brings about a chern.Ical Young People 7:00: P. M.: are-simplified for sewing at home, who manage such homes are responsible habits. When ours ga
Evening Worship 1:00: P. M. featureof
smart
pickling rub-
down retaining every
spice, eel- change which breaks yet for the onslaught for a visit they always ask
onion beat until smooth. Add nuts. Drop Wednesday Worship 1:00: P. M. ready-mades. prepared upon away
cupboard the most expensive
and garlic salt ber. Store them in a dry ice-boxes. But to coupleof for fresh bacon
jams,
their me eggs
baking any
'der bay leave from spoonfuls on greased closet away from light and heat. Jacket is cardigan style, one button
marjorraom. sheet and bake In a slow (300-de- or and gasoline are liT. MARK' EPISCOPAL !In the new length ordered by the moderate means, living quietly fruit or butter as a present for their
anis. and black ) oven 15 minutes. Remove detrimental Oil grease to rubber so If these Kv*. Fred. y........ HeetvrMI WPB. Slacks are cuftless, made on with no help or part-time help, your hostess. 'What would they like,
gree The cook rubber article wipe them n. Ckerrb Street a band top closing at the side. loaded grocery box: will be a blessing mother? What shall I take?' are
Immediately.
use .U from sheet spill on a Church School 10:00: A. M.
J Ices indicated for better when mellowed, M off immediately. By the same Sunday worship 11:00: A. if. Pattern No. 8179 is designed for / and brighten the week-end for questions heard as often as 'What
I, : cinnamon mac. Us taste between token cleaning fluids should not be Sunday Rvenlnc 7:30: P. M. sizes 12 ; 242and 44. Size your hosts as well as yourselves. can I wear?' Or 'Where's my ten
container requlre
White pack In a tight Friday'Ennln. 7:30: P. M. 35 or
rubberized 14 jacket '
pepper cloves clean rubber or Inherited Farm. nis racket?
used to Holy Days 10.00 A. M. a
of waxed paper. material slacks 2% yards.
nand 'inlier.ai layers 39-inch "
to Remember.
artlc1e1. "For many yean writes an Something
rubbers Uds. Cbocelato Crunch. Take care not to snag rubber and sister this of all this
Jars etc FIRST PRRSBVTERIAM' Iowa wife, "my brother "Now year years,

thT! bl. In lunlcl.n quanti- K pound semi-sweet .r sweet goods and keep them that might free cause from R... (,..... M. All.., .Patter.. Name..................,......,..... their wife and husband and from helpful letter continues, "I think this
Nertk Ckerrr
lealon's produc. An milk chocolate kinks and creases Church SX4 School 10.00 A. M. one to five children have been coming Is something to remember. Remem

taowel'0'-" 1 cup .,,,popped rice cereal cracks. Sunday Worship 11:00: A. Vt. Add,....,,............................ out to us for every holiday they ber that if your host on a hot day ,
< amounting to five chocolate over hot water TRAIN SCHEDCLR flenlor Intermediate/ Cru.a Youth. SOO COO P. P.M.M. eauld seize. We're all country bred turns himself into a sort of bar

7 "person for the year. Add Melt cereal and stir until blended. SouthboundNo. Evening Worship T:0: P. U.r. ...................................... and when we inherited this farmon keeper, and Is /going back and forth
I
POulbil1ty that cot' with waxed M. the death of Jim's grandfather, with glasses all the time, that thai
lined 11:15: P.
I, and cocoa may Pack Into a pan chocolaM 1 due Starke : F.DWARDII CATHOLIC Mane ef pa...... ..................... loud and envious were the shrieks costs a surprising lot of money. To
1tiog'ist. come paper. Allow to set until No. 107: due Stark. 9:13 A. M. .... T....* J. "."111I". Pa.ter
Horn m ers M. T..p1. Aveaja from the rest of the clan. find a case of soft drinks cosily established
advised to save and hardens then cut Into squares.send No. 191 due Starke 10:38: P. Early Ma.a *:00 A. M. P.tterm He........ 8Ue......... "Immediately we built an outdoor near your Ice-box, when

fatl. .. your summerto r./r.d..1 (Miami) l T>m. Hervleeei/ kitchen and dinlng-arbor, put ham the guests have gone, is to burst
e gre. and on. C/Um./ Ilea.ra / Monday Ma. I:? OIa.. M. ...... IS eats ta note (Ito
an0t Us" the fat a' born. qutrrl.. Mia Lyn D Northbound We.k Day Maaa 1:00 A. M. ea..a pattern ....Ir.d. to- mocks on the porches and toM the Into a sort of praTer of gratitude: r
South splda.
X10
N'JMI' Union; due Starke 3:54: A. M. bless old Tom! He
prtserved bI a cool .nclodag No.2 Patricia Dew Patterns family it was open house. Jim Well. God never
prevent .. C,.e., Starke 6:33: : P. M. GOSPEL TABCRMACISCSr.
Its No. 108 due shared the with the ten- !
bring becoming '&aJour .wn-1.. Hl//Ureulfl tnedl.pd /Ofy Starke 3:28 P. M. aa* Sfre. J- T. tarialrr' Speejeerflunday SM W. 17 b fit, New Terk N. Y. crop profits
to 44 due
butcher. No. Service 7:3: P. M.Frldey .
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PAGE EIGIIT BRADFORD COUNTY 1ELFGRAPH, STARKK. FLORID.1'I JtLt -.,

New Blood Plasma American Legion !sued during the gigantic registration -!'Show In an* hour's free vaudeville John P. Prevail Jr. I WCTU GLEANINGS f j Other asset,. _

Of the total OTAL
In the state. starring Don King ASSET.
performance John P. Prevatt, 47, of The-|Man Sell Ills Mother's Bed To '
Explained At ClubD. Met Tuesday there were around 460,000 passenger U 1
i Dtl- V""f'Hi""
| car books Issued more and h Is dummy "Jerry resHa, truck driver for the W. P. | Get Liquor Demand.den., ..,:, f lidl.VldUltl. .

P. Carpenter Introduced a Those who failed to attend the I than 130,000 truck books, and Barry." A., died at 11:50 P. M. Wednes- I New York, July: 9, AP.-George Time ana COrlora'P.I'I,.,!,?,",' '''!' I
luncheon Wednesday meeting of the American Legion former wife of Rich- deposii" ,,
Miss ,
books
matter at Rotary thousand of supplementary Hay '
'
day after an illness: of six days. Sherry, 46, began serving: todaya IdnalH. I' a \Ida:
which drew instant sym- Tuesday. night mianed all the from cleaning and dancing and ,"'
r for everything dry ard Barthelmess of Brad- three-month workhouse sentence corporal,,,,',,, hlq. .
and provoked Coca Cola they could drink and Marilyn He had been a resident Deposits or ? .
attention in -
patlietffc: establishments and motor scootersto partner of Clifton Webb for dismantling and selling' !>QII ltlt'al' '
favorable discussion. He recommended all the hot dogs and potato chips farm lighting plants and boats. Miller's "Sunny,''' is director ford County for the past six his 76-year-old mother's bed to Other d I'.I1'I ""<"\ i V, ,, ,"",14 II

f the use of a blood plasma they could eat! Interest and attendance About 30 percent of the total and pianist for the group of 16 years. He Is survived by his for liquor. etc)d officer> '''I''',.not
I get money hOtk,
.t which cun be given Immediatelyafter are gradually increasing were basic "A" books, accordingto singers, dancers, and entertainers.The wife. Funeral services were heldThursday i Magistrate Peter Horn, In sen- TO'l'AI. DLI'U81T,; ',
instead of a Several important Items, Other Ilabl1ttt, jlait',
any emegency preliminary totals. variety a h o w will be afternoon at 4 P. M. In tencing Sherry, termed him, "the ______::
and without were discussed, though very little "A" book
transfusion
blood I Morecroft said the TOTAL
\ New
Rlvlln
handled Ben "
by Hope cemetery. Arrangementswere lowest I ever saw or heard of. .
"/ typing the blood business was actually transacted. registration under the permanent York night club favorite, as mae In charge of De Witt C. (Reported In Jacksonville Jour- iflcIudInnbilRatlons .\lI">tlllnltot fhot
t. Mr Carpenter was of the opinion Since the Bradford County FairAssociation probably would be con- low .hourb"
will Include
program ter of ceremonies, and It nal.) ) -- !
Jones. _
. ti tbat In view of the war, a subsidiary of the siderably lens than under the first b > Frank Santoro, I ------ '___ IJIC

It would be a valuable thing if local Post, has had an attractive registration, due to the fact that' Guitarist songs and }ballad singer; instrumental A Man Who Boozes ('apltal _'_ 'rtL .1t1'01)h

, t several plasma were placed at guarantee If It would have a fair many non-essential automobiles selections by electric Temporarily Closed O how well do I remember, I Surplus _"_____ ______ _. '
the of the first aid nation this fall, the Adjutant was Instructed the I' : Undivided '
disposal already have been taken off steel guitarist Sgt. Gerald Eddy; Frank Ferrarra and his entire It was late In last DecemberI Reserves (.pr"r"fllo : ::: >
In the to write Governor Spes- and
be
which Is to set retlrem
1 up road. crooning by baritone Bill Riepe; staff of workers at Frank's Fine ,was walking down the streetin account f" I ',pt
: American Legion Hall, so that in sard L. Holland to learn whether capital) __ prvferr,.
and
Lerner manly pride,
,
, bass solos by Arthur
, Foods are taking a 12-day vaca- '
or not It would interfere with the
raid other
or
of a bombing
cane
TAX VALUATIONUP
feature b nine When my heart began to flutter TOT.A7.
" performances Y his stated
of CAPITAL
tion employes
be war effort in the State If the one
emergency, they might readily 220 PERCENT other entertainers.The And I fell Into the Gutter _________AC..
+ close at midnight -
i t available. So strongly was he of fair was held. If not, it waft decided Wednesday. They TOTAL L I A Ii
A hog came by, and lay down ANn II.IT/Ijj/ :
Is one of a 14 and will CAP
performance Tuesday, July ,
the beheld TAI-
1 thlll opinion that ho donated the that event would (Continued from page one) COUNTS AC.
first one, which costs $26.88, I this year as usual. I free weekly series planned for I, remain closed until l Monday by my side. : """-"- _____ 1.1,

) ''t along with the injection outfit I H. A. Carlton, S. A. Weldon and 1941 legislature became effective Silver Springs through the sum morning, July 27. "Business is While we there In the +Thl al.Ia. bank's OBP'LM1' ron.
a few counties based assessments mer. Already booked performance slow and everybody is tired and die. of ('
,I which sells for $3.60, but which W. B. Sewell were designated a mutt$25,000Ool '
can be used for an unlimited "House and Grounds Committee"to on only 23: percent of actual on Sunday, August 2, by the needs a vacation," was given as With my mind all In a muddle, par alu. MOther
value, while others ranged on up famed Silver Spurs Riding Clubof the reason for closing. MK:"
I number of Injections.. be responsible for all use to A lady passing by, waa heardto PJ..d/fed all",18. lOntrnt
to around 65 Under the 'CsII4 .
the
with
percent. Klsalmmee, possibilitythat
'"
curitles
chairman ba made of the hall pther than loan"d .
Dr. M. B. Herlong I say; )
i new laws, the goal for all assessments the Jacksonville Naval Air value): 1book.
, of the Division of Health and the regular meeting of the Legion Lightning Strikes "You can tell a man who boozes (b) carets
Is 100 and total
percent Station will supply an aquacade pledgotheraullnblllItt
Housing of the Bradford County and any Red Cross work. By the company he chooses": ,
11'
state valuation already has come performance for Sunday, July 26. During the thunderstorm Tues- 5114Cluddng
Defense. Council, under whose direct It would be a great help to !;: The hog got up and quickly note. q n.
,
from
$526,108,837 to $2,126-
up night "cold bolt" of light- lId
day a hlllJ
the
above
committee If redIM".unl"lI
1 supervision the work of theI4' people walked away. a" .
823,848 an Increase of 304 per- truck, one end of the roof ourltle./ d a
Leases Home ning sold I
would not the Kemper andet,
first aid station come, waa contacted request building (Defender Magazine n.
for other other than cent. However., a genera! lowerIng of Unit Bof,, the new B. H. S., ) Purchase ngrrvmen/I/ ,
for a statement on the any purpose "
it subject: "I think it I la the proper to further America's war time of millages resulted In a Mr. and bin.! A. A. Weinstein and went all the way to the (Paid for by W. C. T. U.) TOTAL Secured ?- -- I 11liabilities ,
statewide tax Increase of only 2.3 and son-in-law and !ill'. other end, George F. and o. I 1 I.
.\".,w thing to do," he Ha Id. "One Is too Interests. The Legion hall specifically daughter, red
" few to have in Stark. There set aside its hall for- the percent. and Mrs. Hv'Carlton. of the Columbia Supt. of. Cons truct1__ Bilderback'i I I (a pledged I DepIIMII. .e.d, hr

41 should be several! for use in an Red Cross, first aid, and especi- General county purposes and and the Main Military distributors Wednesday. Tne effects of the I 1O to rrqulreul asses" 'u"'nu.-ant,...._ ,.
emergency, ally for the ambulance corps and toad and bridge district mainten- have taken a year's lightning were seen throughoutthe % OF INCOMEris I

y "One advantage. of the plait ma," an operating room in case of ance and debt service mlllages lease on the house of Mr. and building, though the. damage TOTAL Hubordlnntpd?- ot.Hgal.n. ; 'If
' !) continued Dr Merlong "Is the emergency. It must be /spotlesslyclean levied against Bradford's total Mrs Tom Kemper 0 n North was only around $100 Mr, Bil- OUR QUOTA (a) On date of "p"rt ?*.

fact that no typing of blood 13necexHary. for such purposes, and cannot valuation represented a tax Church street. Since coming to derback paid., against required deposit legal, Icier,.

And -U., baa more selective be kept In that shape when assessment of $24,147 in 1941-42, Starke more than a year ago, .IIN bunk wa 'Jr 1hk.
action in-.hemorrhage, ; than used! by everybody for every- or 17.7 percent over the $20,504 they have been rooming at the iv cinriiT' foi'IIT.OlNTl. \UFOHIJ WAR BONDS (bl which Assets 1'I'porl.,1, Rbo,".I
.
thing It was stated assessed the previous year. General Half Moon Lodge but they moved ( fr'MMIIUtl 1HA>- we",..''lIllhl ..
blood itself Plasma la not blood ('';11 C'. i gal r..r amount,.
cell It Is only the liquid portion school and school district Monday to their new quarters, Laura May Campbell Plaintiff, I. w,_B, _'_k
j'' of the blood, and it freezes 2071 'A CARDS levies amounted to $27,219 In which they leased for $900 per dant.Wlllium CaMe Ueoree No. 2085.Campbell, V"'j' IIK.POIIT OF Coxoi'rroof: the above-nlt"ed Sewell' hank r do"

and dries ""In vacuuo." It costs ISSUED HERE 1941-42, or 3.5 percent over the year, Mr.. Weinstein said. URUF."OTU TO APPEAR A Fl.0itll Ht.MC! AT STAHKH" .wear that the d..v!
t }) of Mtnrkv In the State of KlorlilBMt true, and that fv\K
$26.279 of 194041. Totals |It
of \
lens than transfusion, he con- STATE OF FLORIDA to: William the Close off business ... Jane r.ctly u. .
tinued, "unless there are free (Continued from page one) county commission and school Girl Scout Outing Oeorire Campbell, whose residence :ill*, 1IM2.: 'e the represent.matter lrUi h..,,.
/ assessments were $51,367: for this IB. 288 DunKelth Street, Plttxburir, ASSKTT1!! tamed and net forth .
donor But In of "
cane an emergency -
of those Pennaylvanla. my knowledge. t,1
registering requested and ,, ,.
1 past year and $46,784 for the Wednesday afternoon Lcandllagd$18Seaovere-.
It Is not possible to get previous a groupof You am required to appear on W
i(j blood typed, 'and free donors are supplemental gas cards which year, a gain of 9.8 percent. girl scouts under the leadership August 17th., 1942 In the above drafts) ---------------$113,192.74 Correct-A II..*., 8 SEW
sounds like named Court and United .
a sad cause whereinplaintiff States Government
commentary on il1A1t''S
While values of real estate in of Rev. C. H. Allen and F' r.OW\
harder to get. The plasma will the seek divorce and custodyof i obligations I rt I I.
I n'AI.I
( keep elx years, and should be willingness of the people to this county were raised from assistant leader ..Jdalou Davis, children Ilradrord County Tele- rect and guaranteed __ 398875.00 w I'. Sl11THSTATR ,
t sacrifice something to help win graph shall publish this. ,Order In Obligation of State' and
.t\\ kept on hand at all tunes," 'the war. While $722,445 in 1940-41 to $2,290,460in took a trip to Frank Landrum's next four weekly l*..ux.VltnesM political subdlvlxlonx. ._ 23S.1SS.48 OF FI.ORII.COI'NTY D
t' Action on the matter was postponed been nothing has yet 1941-42. or 196 percent, the cottage on Crystal Lake. There \ my hand and official Cash, balance with other (J F HIL1bFo8D'\ .
done in Bradford deal at Kturke,
Florida this July bank,
County to Includingre
by the Rotary Club In further the amount of county general road they spent 'afternoon swimming 181 h.. 1942.KnlRht nerve balance, and- me Sworn this' to and -'lIb.rl""
order to Investigate the outcome "Share-You I'-Car and bridge, and school taxes hiking plcknlcklng and & Knlrtht, Starke, Pla. cash. Items, In process. of and I hereby 11th dnj nf in.
I Campaign, instituted by Gover- Altyx. for Plaintiff. collection ___________ ceriifj thul I
assessed 99,834.78 an officer !.
s of an experiment being conducted nor L. against real estate went having a good time generally. A. J. Thomas, As Clerk of said Bank premium. owned A. J. or dirt d ,II
Spessard Holland
to THOMAS!,
, q by Dr. Hembree and others at the save up from $28,320 to $30,122 again Others participating were: Betty ('ou 1'1. *S,14067, furniture and Court, County "r "clerk( o1,
tires llradlo
f State Prison Farm. automobiles declared and rubber, Mr. of 6.3 percent. Statewide, Anne Flynn, Madge Brownlee, I 7-17 4t 8-8 (OFFICIAl, SEAL) fixture 17.02705 __u_ 15.17372 of Florida
Sapp
that
", It was neces- realty values advanced 298 per- Idell Landrum and Janet Ander-
for
sary those securing SUDDleI cent, but taxes assessed .
+ rose less son.
Feagles Buy Acreage mental cards abie"to
gas to be
than one third of
I prove either that they had threeor one percent. INSURE YOUR MOST: VALUABLE ASSET
Tangible .
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Feagle more riders besides the personal pro p e rty Improves BakeryC.
driver
have purchased from C. H. Clark valued were raised from $161,743

two acres of land just outside the or that them.they were unable to secure to $686,770 In Bradford, or up T. Sabine has engaged contractor -

city limits northwest of Starke, 324 percent, and taxes assessed J. D. Mathews to put a Your< .Jirfne

havfrig three houses, and a pecan An estimated half"a million: against this type of property partition through his bakery In
rrovo just beginning to bear this Florida motorists will moved from $8,288 to $10.674, a the Raybln building at 312 West

'ear. The property is about half July 22 exactly how know by I gain of 28.8 percent. Statewide, Call street. It will then be In ONE\ OF OUR ACCIDENT POLICIES -

ray between Road 13 and Ue .they can expect to much get under gasoline tangible personal values went up three sections-the sales room in WtLL DO THE TRICK.
afford road and the consideration the I from: $56,755,142.to $274,383,809, the front,' 'the 'store room in th.4
permanent
was $600 cash ,I program., gasoline rationing an Increase of 383 percent, whereas middle and the bake room in,the 35 Percent of Alt Fatal Accidents Occur- In The Horn

Mrs Feagle was In thla- ectloa taxes assessed, against this rear. '- *. ,
for six months In 1936 when he Gordon Morecroft, state rationing -, class of property moved up from -

was with the C. C. C. He and officer of the Office of Price $3.603,227 to $4.306,806, or up and Mrs. Liza 'Hall is the saleslady, You Protect Your Employes With Workmen's Compensation
hid family came here this time Administration, said under the 19 5 percent Total Florida rail- HarryLapp' of St. Louis. Mo.,
from Lacoochee In November rationing regulations, local ration- road and telegraph values'were who has been with Mr. Sabine HOW ABOUT YOURSELF ?
for la
1940.-and he haa been doing car- Ing boards must rule on all applications boosted from 6,372.124 to $87- two years the baker. He
penter work with tbe post eng- for supplemental quantities 541500. also has two baker helpers. DurIng -

ineers) at Camp Blandlng. Mrs. of gasoline by July 22, and Of the property booked for this World War I, Mr. Sabine H. C. WALL' AGENCYCONSTANT
was
; Feagle Is employed at the Union that from present Indications, county In 1940-41, 68.86 percentof instructor in cooking, bak- ,
Qua station. their work. would be done by that the total ing and butchering at Camp
value
date. was real estate, Johnston, Jacksonville SERVICE OVER 50 YEARS PHONE 116
14.44 tangible personal property,
MANUSCRIPT COVERS- 1 Altogether, officials estimated and 16.60 percent railroad and I
-
>er! 100 BRADFORD
COUNTSTELEGRAPH.
that more than a million coupon telegraph property. For 1941-42

'!I I books of various types were is- the respective percentages were:

63.88, 19.13, and 16.96. Statewide

I CLASSIFIED ADSFOR I I the respective percentages were

.84.20, 10.79, and 5,01 for 1940-41,
and 82.98 12.90, and 4.12 for
RENT-Double room, comfortable NICE, CLEAN ROOMS for light 194142.

in new home. 500 housekeeping. Mrs. CLOSING
F. M. Intangible property of Bradfordwas OUT
North Walnut street. Itp Griffin Graham, Fla. 7-10 2tp valued at $292,752 in 1940-41,

FOR RENT-2-room apartment, and this classification advancedto
edge of town on West Madison FOR SALE .Reasonable. 7-room $687,238 a year later, up 134.7

street. Mrs. W. H. Struth. Itp bungalow with 2-car garage, percent. Statewide, the total
electricity, 10 acres good: farm value of Intangibles was raised
FOR RENT 3 bedrooms and land.--o. B. Baxley, Middle- from $849.439.243 to approximately SUMMER

three 2-room furnished apart- burg. Inquire at Orange Bus $1,123.225,000 In 1941-42, DRESSES

" ments.-Mrs. E. J. Dowllng N Depot. 7-10 4tp up 32 percent. Taxes assessed

Christian'St., north of American against Intangibles in this county

Legion home. Phone 113. It LOTS FOR SALE -With price moved from $322 to $:s62.. a dif-

and terms to suit. ference of 74.1 .
FOR RENT-comfortable, D. E. percent; for Flor-
roomy
KnIght Starke. 7-10 4tp ida as a whole, assessments
apartment, private bath. 403

North Walnut. It IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL about against 38 Intangibles percent.Another I Increased (Lot 1 ) -

FOR RENT-Rooms furnished for milk cows, stock cows, beef ALL 7.95 DRESSES

light housekeeping, $3.50 to cattle, stock bulls or hog, get Free Show : 4 98
13.50 per week-U B. Jordan in touch with J. D, Odom Jr.,
Rt. ''2, Box 304. 200 yds. off Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake At Silver SpringsSilver CLOSING OUT AT .

highway 48, 2 1-2' miles from City: Telephone 481 Lake City. ;
Starke. Itp Auction market every Springs., Fla. (Special) -
day on all classes of live Thurs-j Memories) of the Broadway of the

OR RENT-new 4-room at Lake City at, 2:30 P. M. early 1920'*.will be revived here (Lot 2.) --.- .

with lights and running house:I 5-8-43 next Sunday afternoon when at'S ALL 5.95 DRESSES
R. A, New ome, 3 33 o'clock Silver Springs will present 3.88 8

Cherry Street. It THREE: STRAY MULES in my former stage star Mary Hay, and .

FOR RENT-3 and :3-room furnished enclosure. Owner may have by her Tallahassee Air Base Variety CLOSING OUT AT

apartments: $40 and $32 identifying and paying for up "
in advance. No I keep-c. Van Abtine, Hampton
chll4ren.Clark'a
Brookslde Farm, 1 1-3 Itp FISHINGTACKLE (Lot 3.) -
ALL
miles out East Call street. Take 3.95 DRESSES : 88

left-hand dirt road after passing FOUND-Female rat terrier, :2
new bridge. Look for farm black and tan about six monthsold

sign Cool rooms, large lawn. weight about 10 pounds.Smith's We CLOSING OUT AT .
Carry The Most\
Mrs. I* M. Clark. It Garage. It _
Complete Line I Of .
FOR RENT-3-room unfurnished WANTED-Young lady- prefer H
Fishing Tackle In All
house. Apply at Denmark Fur- ably local and permanent local Other Dresses

niture Co. 2t lady for receptionist. Salary Town .

$70 per month. Apply at Bon
GILBERT HOTEL AND COFFEE Arts Studio. It RODS REELS
SHOPPE Palatka Fla. Special Ii GREATLY REDUCED

weekly and monthly summer LINES BAITS
FOR SALE
rates. European and American -Pedigree pointer

plan. Members of the Armed pups. Male $13, female $10. Se- TACKLE BOXES -

Forces and their Families will lect now for delivery August THESE PRICES

receive attractive family rates. 1.-H. M. Richards, State WILL BE GOOD FOR ONE WEEK ONLY __

For information please write Prison. Ralford. It

Gilbert Hotel, Palatka. Fla., Come In And Let's Talk

Richard F. Rube. Manager Up FOUND pair glasses. Owner Fishing

may have by describing and ALEXANDER
>, LOST-Argus miniature camera. paying for this ad. Dewey & CO.COMPLETE

Especially anxious to get back Williams, Starke. Itp .
half-used roll 33 nun. film EASTERN

which camera contained. $9: reward ROOFING and sheet metal work. 'FURNISHINGS FOR MEN
for return of camera or General repairing. All work I AUTO SUPPLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN

$1 for return of film alone.E. .- guaranteed. Write Box 495 or I Starke, Florida
L. Matthews, B tad tor 11 see English & Lastlnger, 213 I V. S. St. John Owner

County Telegraph. tf N. Broadway. Itp --.. -, -,- ,,

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