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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 24, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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es Started In The Army Now! Drivers UrgedTo A LETTER FROM A DOCTORTo Bradford Tobaccoi i, I




July lt 1 1t Share Cars The Editor of The Telegraph: fected from kissing her sweetheart, who had apore May Beat 30c fi:
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r Modesty Is one of the cardinal virtues. and Is on his lip. And yet there are those among ;

a label of civilization and good breeding-but false us who would not have facts like these made

t Have Lights With OthersThe modesty Is to be classed as; Ignorance. When a known! I Quality Good

condition exists In a community and state such as Thanks to the fine educational campaign of''

utility superlnten- Bradford County Defense our's, it can only be classed as false modesty or the past few years, mothers are now( Insisting that

Johns, public an anent Council has accepted the assignment Ignorance to try to hide or Ignore It. health cards be shown by girls hired to nurse their Despite unfavorable weather ,
made -
as the War Produce of organizing Share.Your- I refer, of course, to the extremely high percentage children!' or cook their food. The State has also. conditions at planting time, the f.{
by
tobacco In Bradford
that hereafter he will Car clubs to save tires and cars of venereal I disease Infection In Florida( made it compulsory for food handlers, barbers I Is mostly crop good according County to

permitted to install elect and to qualify motorists of this and Bradford County, and I heartily endorse the and beauticians to have health cards which must County Agent 1. T. Dyer. Many ,

exceptn/ "(a) build- community for supplemental work Telegraph's policy of giving the public the facts, be renewed every six months. But these precautions farmers, he rays, report the best

el on July 1, 1942 were transportation gasoline latlons. for the situation was growing steadily!' worse have been taken only during the past twoor crop In years.

Ly wired or piped to re- Marcus F. Brown, Chairman of under the old attitude of "hush hush:" \ three years, and think how many Innocent Not only Is the yll'ldood on 13 1,

e capacity requested, or. the Defense Council announcedthe Back In the "dark ages"-fortunately gone people have been made to suffer needlessly before moat farms, Mr. Dyer state,

L buildings whose foundaere appointment of W H. Graham 'foiever.venereat diseases were an unmentionable!' that lime! Thanks to those who know the but the price outlook Is best In

complete and ready" as chairman of the transportation subject and our'\editors, ministers and teachers conditions and the facts, we are now getting( behind several years. Some farmers

.structure on July 1. z., conservation subdivision were forbidden -by custom from these svouiges and our Health have already sold their entire

exceptions to- this ruling' which will undertake the organ any mention thereof. We all knew Unit Is working overtime in an effort crop before it la graded for aa
establishmentsproduction / ization of clubs in line with new In Explanation
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military high UH cents
they existed, but, we expected only to stamp them out. per pound at
plants. "for fF regulations of the Office of Price the burn. The market
Health and safety pur- Administration. Other membersof the physician and the victim to Recent urtlctan In the Telegraph Army offirlaln have stated pub price has been around average 20 to 22

-to serve rated housing the subdivision who will serve know what tragedies they would regarding the high Incidence licly that the Incidence of venereal cents per pound for the past several -

""gueet lighting which' Si, with Mr. Graham are: W. C. lead to. Thank heaven this cm- o f venereal disease disease at Camp Blending IK the years.

I sect relationship to pub- Powell and James H. Dennis, trlch-llke attitude passed out with among our civilian and military highest among U. S. Army cnmps. While no one knows what the

h and safety", etc Starke; G. D. Colson Brooker; R. the boyish bob and other atrocities population lune11 Interpreted That was certainly a slam on market price will be this year,
$500 houses? I S. Waadin, Graham and C. R. of the 1920's and In Nome quarter ..*
about those ; today we Starkp and all other towns that are Mr Dyer says, It Is expected to
Whitehead, Lawtey. can discuss these problems and u reflection cln> our luw enforcement visited by the soldiers from Dlan- average better than 30 cents a
officer Nothing
'This assignment Is under- !seek their remedies like the Intelligent ding. And you say these facts pound. This will bring to the
could time been farther fnitn
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Projects taken, Mr. Graham said "as a human beings we are. Intent.It should not be mentioned? I say tobacco farmer a nice l Income
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public war time service by the our at the time
now, of
year when It
Figures covering the first draft U iimpowlble for a small they should be shouted from the
Defense Council with the objectsof In badly needed., The auction
showed that 11 percent of those group of offlclnN<< lo rlran upa house tops to protect the father
saving tires and automobilesand markets
Completion open on July 28, and
: called in Bradford County were Hnation| of thin kind without :Jt
of I
r permitting those who mustgo llon. the nearest! market Is In Lake
to work by automobile to ob- victims of venereal disease, and the wholehearted cooperation City, where most of the crop i

oard of County CommlsIB Pvt. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., of tain the gasoline they need and there Is no reason ,:to believe that of the riii/rn of a community. future armies If these conditions from this county Is sold.

advertising for "sealed Starke, executes a snappy salute are entitled to under the .legulatlona. the percentage ls,. higher among .\11 \torthwlilta reform nuutt are allowed to continue anti we Tobacco Is a specialized. crop

s" for "ceitaln equipment an he walks down l the steps of ." those already examined than our come from the people thnnvwUpM. abut our eyes and cars to the that requires much experience,
It,
If thus want
people
mli-hings for Medical Bradford Cen- Starke's City Hull In Ills brand Unless Share-Your-Car clubs young men still at home.;! When Ihl'Y1 It. If they ilon't rare, facts? expense, and hard work to make, ,

Health and new uniform Khaki ii. nothingnew are organized it was pointed out our local National Guard was be- then they have only themselves When the truth is known, the Mr. Dyer states, and he Is tll 1 P. M Eastern War to Pvt. Walnwrlfcht. ...Inche only a few professional men will ; MOO the farmers ,receive
which time / ing mobilized I wa asked to talk to blame. Our recent articleshave average conscientious person will a good
ugUst 7, "at also Nerved In "'orld11.1' be able to obtain more than the price for it.
'I'l opened and 1- to the boys and told them that we lM* *n written solely In an ask: "What can I do about It?" I
be.publlcly was Ilradford's youngest volunteering basic of ration of about four gallons were proud of them and knew that attempt to arouse our render"ami Just this: Tell the proper officials Several I of the farmers of the '

at the age of 18. "I'm In gasoline a week. not a single one would fall to do makes them aware of a that you do not condone such conditions county, as reported by Mr. Dyer,
to those In authority At least three other
ing the odd position of holding the persons will receive better than $200
his duty. I stated that they would condition that many of them and that will them per
give
probably be six weeks be- must ride with the driver beforehe you
highest rank in city officialdomand did not realize existed.This acre for their crop this. year. If.
building will be ready fory. can qualify for supplemental never be guilty of the disgrace of your personal assistance if they
the lowest rank In the Army, .statement Ix P. Gainey, Hrooker, stated that
After bids are re- bat it feels great" the mayor gasoline ration it was said. desertion, and yet they could, by heard: "Starke gets frequently Moll the wilt help to clean them up. Insist he has one of the best crop of

August 7, another week aid. this week Since he expect Blanks may be obtained from Indiscretions put themselves! In a .blame for everything that goes that the jook Joints( and other tobacco he has ever produced. He
before the contract all committeemen and at most position that would deprive the of doubtful character be '
pH to be around Blanding for sometime ,wrong. The number of venereal places has 11.2 acres, produced over 15-
signed and perhaps an- he will not Immediately resign filling stations In Starke. Army of their services just as ef- canes who** source Istraced cleaned up or closed up. There 000 pounds and sold It at 26 centa i'

'o weeks before delivery bin position as mayor. Above "If you drive to work please fectively as .If then were deserters.I I to Starke In comparatively s re few property owners who would at the barn R. E. Haw !

uminhlngs and equipmentmade. uniform furnished by Louts Shafkin. fill out the blank forms stating am well aware that several i small." refuse to do the right thing if Brooker, with 28.. acres, which 1 I
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when where, and how ad-
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many AM we rec4dl It, General' KundC' threatened with a padlock on the bait produced something over 20- ,
station will be com- ditional workers you can carry" year. ago the editor who dared to 000 pounds will I
grade his and
tatnment concerning the door for the duration of the war. I
round August T, It was Mr. Graham stated. "Workers mention these diseases I n print high venereal. rate at ISlanding ell on the auction market. Hesays ,
But until sufficient number of
Official approval has Vandiviere Cited who have no means of transportation a he would not take SO cents I
was condemned a Jy prudes and did not Intimate what percentage right-minded citizen wake to 'I .'
elved from the regional may see me or any com- I up at barn Russell Green who
those with false modesty. This of ca eM were traced to
rice In Atlanta on 3,000hose mitteeman and we will try to the situation and demand that made a good crop of tobacco on
for very attitude, to a great extent, Starke, Jacksonville, flolne something be done these proprietors .
ordered from the For GallantryStarke arrange transportation" you. vllle or any other surrounding the A. B. Surrency farm, which
Fire Hose Co., of Chiil was responsible for the widespread town. It in. probably quite end inmates will be able to he bought this year, states that

they have been notifiedr dissemination of these diseases. true that because of Its size, rent houses and continue their he had a good crop and yield, and

can bask In the light Plans ExpansionFor Young men were ashamed to go the vast majority of .cases ran ruinous careers In our midst. sold at barn for 26 cents. O. C.

.4 Goforth, contractors, of reflected glory with the cita to their family physicians, and be traced to Jacksonville. With one out of every 10 showIng Kelley, Brooker, suys that his

mpleted the 100,000-gallon many young women also would depend However, the mere fart that crop Is .late, but very good He
tion of Stuart P. Vandi
Major positive I infection It Is certain
has
water storage tank lo- BusinessesBecause on a well-meaning friend for other town must share In the not finished picking yet

the site of the northslde viere "for gallantry In action." advice and treatment. Often they blame l.. no reunon' for UK to that we must all come I n very James Roster, Lawtey, who has

station. Unless, howe According to_ a 1'1 Associated were never entirely cured and relax our effort .* to keep' close contact with diseased persons 3.1 acres says that the crop is

contractor is able to se- Press dispatch from Australialast of the steadily growing were left with complications that Mtarke rlean. Whatever. we every day. If you know such better than last year and expecta
't 1 Iron business of Leila's Beauty Salon .a
pipe and good yield and good grade.
fitting
e Saturday, Lt. Gen. George H & Dress Shoppe, now housed In ruined their entire lives, frequently can do to Improve the situation a person, you can help the cause
copper wire Indications The tobacco
Mr.
dUldeml Dyer
will bile crop
be will be forced to close Brett, commander of Allied air the same building Mrs. W. B. causing them t o undergo operations pay along by persuading him or her to states In under
nol only to us, but to our children government con
Iii such Items are avail- forces In' the southwestern Pacific Mundy, proprietor, plans to, expand that left them barren for and our rlilldmn'a children. take the treatments With our trol, and cannot be planted With.

awarded army silver stars to her establishment into two life or crippled and paralyzed. Health Unit now operating effici- out aa allotment. However, only

Cook Co., of Buena Vista. 10 officers. v separate buildings. The move What would our mothers and ently, no one can say that he can- a little over one-half the allotted

tractors Installing the will be made around August 15. fathers do If they were told that children out not afford the cure. These people are costing the acreage in this county la being

totributlon! system, ex- Among them was Major Van- Mrs. Mundy has leased the of every, 100 had Infantile paralysis? They would taxpayers plenty of money. They are a menaceto planted. In Bradford he nays,

o have all water mains dlriere who waa cited for gallantry north apace In the. Landrum- flee the community in terror. Yet we have a you and your children. There Is a definite there are 270.2 acres for tobacco

bin two weeks. In action In Java. He.car- Brownlee building, now under disease among us that Is''just; this prevalent and connection between venereal disease and crime. I allotted to 124 farmers, while

on the Bradford High ed for sick and wounded under construction on Thompson! St., whose effects are even more devastating than made a survey in one of our smaller prisons some only 88 of these have plantedthis
It going along satisfac- exposed and this will be the new quarters and found out that more than 90 year only 190.3 acres.
while .
d. barring heavy attack and often for her beauty salon. This department those of Infantile paralysis.No years ago percent

It probable unforseen that obIs the- to severe strafing. It was will be enlarged by one one seems to get excited over the fact were Infected, or had been In the put

Will be ready for the aid. booth, having six operators Instead that a majority of cases In our Insane asylum Do you prefer to let these conditions go on, or More Bus Routes

at school on o r near Major Vandiviere la the, son- of the present five. are the result of syphilis, and that It la also the do you wish to take a man' or woman's part and

r1. in-law of Mrs.. O. W. Aldermanof The dress .shop will occupy the greatest cause we have for still-born babies. I help to clean the situation up? Discuss these matters

Ort> the sewage disposal Starke and was physician at entire present building on East know one family in this county where the father, with our officials and let them know that we Let By BoardThe

aa bees slowed down be- the State Prison near here for Call street where Mrs) Mundy mother and every one of six children have are back of them 100 percent In their efforts to I
t a lack of will have more room and will Theee children school visit their
suitable prl- several year syphilis. go to Reep Starke decent.
Ung. It !Is hoped that carry a fuller line of ladles' neighbors and go to church. You can see the Yours for a cleaner and better place to live following school bus routes
than : New awarded
tacle ready-to-wear formerly were Wedneaday at an
WIll 800n be over- New Restaurant fixtures will be added, and an great risk to your children deriving from the and rear a cleaner race to take our places whenwe adjourned session of the Board of

Noegel alteration lady will be on hand at ,common drinking cup and the old communion cup) are gone Public Instruction: I

Opened By all times. i that was passed around from person to person.I Redding Bus Route to Clyde

ation Noegel's cafe, owned by Billy The two buildings will be con- have treated one young lady who became In- -Dr. M. D. Herlong. Grlffts. t

Noegel and operated by his wife, nected by an alcove. Emory Johns Route to Emory, I
opened for business Tuesday In Mrs. Mundy will be open for I John. I tt
Bakery ClosedFor Winkler Remodel First Aid Center
t tart the south space of the Winkler business In her new place "Justas 5
3 Eldon Route to Eldon
Sapp
Aug. building on Temple Avenue-adJoining soon as It"is ready and the Time BeingThe Residence Here Will Conduct Canvass Sapp. p.

the Winkler Electric Ser- equipment tea tailed."
F. Hoiungsworth. vice. Carpenter have been busy Sabine bakery, followingthe The residence of Austin,Winkler 1 For EquipmentBeginning Levy Norman Route to Sam

L7 !Wgistration County an for the past few days putting In New BAS Principal example of several, other on Temple avenue It being re-! Monday Bobble I Whitehead.

kT terday that re&"l.trawould a partition and Installing a coun- Starke businesses, went on a modelled. Four double windows: Cameron Freddie Wimebrly and Alvin Wynn Route to Walden
Builds HomeThe 1 Wadnwo th.
be open onNovember Monedne ter. The place will seat about 30 vacation Tuesday night for the have been added; new screens, Nina Bishop will conduct a house
days and Frlda persons. new principal of B. H. S. to house canvass for the First George Strong Route to Horace
week-or Ita 11 I around
A. M. rest of the longer. have been placed a ;
to 12, and 2 to b Billy Noegel. formerly with the Foster Shi Smith, la a versatile three reasons: Aid Center. They will ask for Bryant.
I rtnnlng Monday, August Noegel Prevatt garage on man. manager gave sheet rock Is being put Inside except blankets, pillows, sheets, towels, A. A. Edwards Route to A. A.

losing Friday, October '30. South Walnut street near the city Wishing to move to Starke, and Harry Sapp, his baker, left for in the kitchen and another pUlow cases, clothing, hot water Edwards.

rertstratlon;' said Mr, limits; recently; sold his Interest in not finding rents entirely to his his home in Jacksonville sick, the back room, which have been recently bottles, basins rubber sheeting, R. L demons Route to R. L.
Blending
1 orth. "covers only the the garage to his partner. For liking, Mr. Smith decided to builda doctor advising rest; Camp done over; the old front kettles, cotton cloths and any Clemons.
election all off on
t 3. andIallt'y the past five months he has been house of his own-and that Is soldiers nearly business dull porch will soon be torn down anda other Items that could be used In Ola Chas on Route to Ola Chis- ,

a person to vote unable to do any work, due to exactly what he la doing on a maneuvers, making who; new 10-foot porch will be builtIn the care of patient. They are son.

pruJ': muse registering the severe accident he had then. Park Place lot Just west of the and his son' George Sablne. front and half-way around the not asking for new articles. Give I
Patterson L. L. Wainwright Route to
Is with the air corps at
are qualified to He spent two weeks In the Ala- B. Jacob's residence. house on the north vide. The the old to the First Aid Center
Ule Shuford.
home
general election butcontinued chua County Hospital, Gainesville, I Mr. Smith purchased a lot 78x Field Dayton Ohio. Is at house will also get a ne-v coat of and buy new for your household. Ceorne y
anda
reverse. Jacksonville on furlough L. Milliard Route to Levin
and has been at home In bed ever 117 feet from R. M. Alvarez and la pain:. Space forbids listing the namesof C. f .

re JlersOIll"not' he nlnce. He baa to remain in bed an adjoining strip 13x117 from R. family reunion of 19 relatives Mr. Winkler last week had his recent doners, but every gift Grlffls. I
his will be held Monday. "If my Is appreciated. However, since W. O. Collins Route to W. O.
faryakthe to.1 they are reg- with a plaster cast up to F Demorest. Because of govern- new building adjoining his residence -
doesn't back. I may f
baker come
General election waist, owing to a' double fracture ment restrictions, Mr. Smith Is painted. This building I the Center la not yet complete, Collins. 'If
," District regisotflcers and badly shattered leg four or building a small house, but Is not come back either he said.to houses his electrical store and please have something ready for Charity WlllUms Route to ,
and hard
th have not yet been five Inches above the knee, but arranging his plan so that It can get Bakers since are most scarce of them are being the new Noegel cafe. the girls when they call. Charity Williams. ,

Supervisor Is be added to later.
1 be stated. slowly Improving.
soon. .. The new principal is doing the snapped up by the Army Too Much SmokeAbout Star Store Expands Clericaillelp Needed r

work with the assistance of Bee
ey Improves Church ImprovementsThe Couey and his young son. Mrs. Bullen Dies 12:15: A. M. last Saturday Contractor J, D. Mathews Is Local rationing board officialsare !

Episcopal Church recently M. P. patrolling In Reno building at the rear of the Star sending out an 8. O. S. for I I
d an
here will regret to
tr .Irll; JT- Quigley re- began some Improvements to their Adkins Remodels learn Friends of the death of Mrs. J. J. saw an unusual amount of smoke Store on West Call street an 18x more voluntary of clerical help.to.for. j.
: .Ja<* mvilie Satur- church which will greatly enhance coming from the Reno theatre. 22-foot concrete block storage large number applications
Z. Adkins baa engagedthe Bullen at 1:30 A M. Thursday gasoline have i
A. supplemental
been for the beauty and utility of Judge Without waiting to Investigate room to cost 1300 or above. "My
twehliehMr. services of contractor Ben morning at her home in Daytona swamped the board and anyone I
9cks t Quigley the building. Under the direction will be he called out the fire department. business has Increased to such an
1trV ent'e ba pltal. A*. of Charlie Powell, a new Hall and is converting an upstairs Beach. Funeral services 8 According to Fire Chief R. C. extent," said )I. M. R a y bin, who can give a few hours of spare
sleeping porch Into a bedroom held there Friday afternoon at I had to have time to help out In this very nee-
gley and, "that
Is Improving metal roof is being' put on Buford. when the firemen reachedthe proprietor,
1\ ,
Mrs. Bullen was the
and o'clock.
Mated asked offer
bathroom, work la to
a
be adding merchandise. esiary
will store
somewhere to
foot my
he cross found a negro
will metal
'y main In bed at home erected later a on the church spire. I'was re-roofing the back part of his' wife of the of late the Dr.Starke Bullen BaptistChurch. for- man scene"smoking,! they up a fog" while I have enjoyed a good sumner services! at the rationing board i
Fred residence on the corner of Walnut mer pastor trade." headquarter In the armory.'Try .
: Weeks Rev. :
a PI with hu announced. The boiling peanuts.
kr and 8th streets ,
caat.
Yerkes .la the rector.
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST.tltKB. FLORIDA FRW.\, .//t1.
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more than glad to pledge our cooperation with' power at January 1941 levels. The HIGHLAND

The Bradford County Telegraph Speaker Simpson for economy.-but we want to Board said "as a general rule I By L\U. Beth WtmbertyItlRTIIDAV & 0
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Established 1877 respectfully suggest to Mr. Simpson and other workers are entitled to 15 percent had- PARTY :

members of the Legislature, that they carefully more wages than they Miss Jeanette Green celebrated
on January 1, 1941. to meet the
MBMBER.FLoRIM onalyze their viewpoint at frequent Intervals and anniversarywith
fifth birthday
that her
Increases in costs from
living
PRISS endeavor to keep themselves free from the Illusion afternoon.
; ASsOClAI10N a party Sunday
date to May I, 1942. Workers
) I tiAJIGHALEDrroRIAtASsOaAnON'( a that the pressure groups, the voiclferous minority who have received an Increase of Her numerous little friends united :. toTWIn Friend, ;

19.41 Is In fact the majority-it is utterly Impossible 15 percent or more during that In making this a happy event for .. Initiate Pco lc.H l

, II:. L. Matthews -,____ Editor mad Owuer for the majority, either in person or by period will not be entitled to her. She received a lot of nice laj.+a>
representative, to sit at the right hand, of each raises except in cases where their I presents as she is a very popular'

SUBSCRIPTION KATE member throughout the sixty days of the Legis rates till are aub-etandard and a young lady. Ice cream and lemonade

.\ Yearly. $1.75 Six: Month, 1.00 lature. lacy have other thing to do and elect raise la necessary. to wipe out inqualities. were served during the aft-

'. their Senators and Representatives to represent e ." ernoon.

,0 hb..tId Weekly on Friday and Entered as Beond them during the Legislative session.." RATIONING Mrs. Rhoda O'Caln of Chief-: HIS IDEA WASN'T NEW

CUM Matter at the Poet Office at Starke, Fin. Rationing and freezing are now familiar WPB Chairman Nelson said that land spent the week-end here with Guenther Baumgart of Chicago tells the

terms In our public speech. They may not be POPular after July 22, when the new rationing Miss Beth Wimberly. chap in Des Moines. Iowa, who was engaged story nf a j!n

1 Expenses Must Be Cut terms but the regulations they describe are the East system, goes into deliveries elect. !In to after R. L.a severe Prescott attack is convalescing of flu. the date set, and NO JOB IN SIGHT. "He had to be"bel">?!::
accomplishing much. No attempt has yet been gasoline and chil- as a statistician, says Mr. Baumgart theenlta\\
based Mrs. Albert Norman "But
"While we are reading and hearing; a great made, however, to either freeze or ration laaew! stations In the area will In be each dren and Mrs. Leopard Norman he had been able to get since graduating from college
taken by
I, deal today about our Federal Income Taxes, we topping the upward climb of Federal taxes is upon station.coupons The WPB announced visited Albert Norman at Dade been temporary ones This chap not only

must not lone eight of our state and local tax largely out of question for the duration of the establishment of a "Buffer Zone"In City Sunday. he needed badly to make any job a permanent a 0 "

situations. Thla Is now of vital Importance to war. Wartime needs. are so vital that there can > 162 counties adjacent to the Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Marr and "While working at one of the temporary jabs-ODe', '

I''I every property holder, and even to thoM who be little argument over Federal assessments. Western Boundaries of the East. son. Billy, returned to their home lishing house-he also worked at his hobby of coiw\ *

rent houses or other types of city, suburban and With municipal taxes, however, the situation Coast ration area In which deliveries at Mlms last Sunday after spending sales stories and statistical data of various {

\. country property." I is entirely different. Here we are concerned with of gasoline to filling sta- a week here and at Starke magazines and radio stations. newsy!

Thus wrote Roger Baboon, the highly respected something over which we all can have some direct tions will be cut by 25 percent with relatives. "As he read the stories he sorted the important

financial advisor, in a recent newspaper article. control. Just as most of us are now obliged to beginning July 22. Thomas Brandon went to Titus- from those that had no value. Then, one day '

, In view of this warning. It Is highly encouraging watch household expenses, so we can aim watch The OPA said about eight mil- ville Saturday to spend the week- him-an idea that he thought wholly original I. Ideal, !

t to learn that Richard H. Simpson, who will be1 our city Mate and county expenses. It Is vitally lion eastern motorists have received end with his family.S. of people were spending thousands upon thousands Thous!

speaker of the house in the 1913 Legislative session. important that you let your representatives hear basic permanent gasoline C.visited Harley here and Saturday.family of lars for advertising.. Surely, somewhere among that d

recently proponed a twenty-five percent reduction from you on the matter of a ceiling for state and rationing coupon books. C o n- Lawtey number was some one who would be willing to
Miss Deth Wimberly Is recover-
members
of State and
gresamen, pays
in the cost of Florida government.Mr. for the valuable
local assessmento and taxes. If they don't hear local and over ing nicely from a broken arm and pert sorting information from ther
BabHon says: "States, counties, cities and from you. you cannot blame them if your taxbillor Legislatures officials will be eligiblefor government hopes to have the cast removedIn "He sat down and wrote to a list of advertising am c

towns will be surprised at the way their Income rent U higher next year. Yet, these higher "special rations" for use in a couple of weeks. telling them that he had discovered something which

.i Is going to melt away. There will be a great de- taxes or rents will not be necessary If expensesare Legislative o r official business,' J. F. Griffls was called Into be of interest to them, and suggesting that they give

cline In gasoline: tax revenue, automobile regis- cut NOW. and bona fide political candidates the service and left Friday for an interview and permit him to outline a plan forth

trations garage licenses, building permits, and may have extra rations for travel Camp Bland ing. agency in Chicago wrote him to call. When he arriv
other sources of state and local Income. necessary to the prosecution of Mrs T. A. Brlnuon, Mrs. E. displayed so much interest in his new idea and
"EXPENSES MUST BE CUT" fir. Babson Let George Pay For It their candidacies, the office said. M. Brinson and Mrs. G. A. White- enthusiasm for the work, that he was asked to SOB
"
come
, In lllh'. "Taxpayers should make certain that every Pressure groups are just as obnoxious In Special rations will also be Issued head were visitors to Starke Fri- and see them again.

reasonable economy Is practiced, and thus avoid for travel to obtain medical ser day.Mrs. "Shortly thereafter, he was given the job he asked
Washington as they are in Tallahassee and N. T. Green of
vice to demonstrate cars o r Lawtey with full for
being saddled with unnecessarily Increased taxes. responsibility going ahead and
Any municipal expenses not essential to the pro'n thoughtful observers have been troubled recentlyby boats for sale, to transport equipment visited relatives here Saturday. could out of it. making

' of life and property should be eliminated.Fire the power and aggressiveness displayed by and personnel and t o of operate scientificexpedltlona ft has The just State finished Forestry repairing Department and "Now here's where the joke was on the young

protection and other utility cervices! must be those who, even in this crisis, are hard at work, vehicle In testa essential to the painting the fire tower and house "He worked two weeks before he found out to!

. S maintained, but the expense of so-called 'planning grinding their axes In the nation's capital. Theoretically war effort. here. Towerman Prescott Is idea wasn't original; that the work was a part of the
.' boards' and other peacetime frills can be cut to proud of the appearance of his lar routine of the large advertising agencies and was
The
office ruled
the Is unified newspaper reporters
country now with all "
the bone." and photographers will be grounds and new paint job. "space buying, that there was even a title, that of''Si
citizens determined to do their utmost to help win Buyer for the men who did the work that
It is reassuring In the face of these circumstances eligible for supplementary rationsup he had out!
to find that our next speaker of the house the war. But In actuality, a good many citizens to a quantity sufficient to HAMPTON so enthusiastically to his prospective employer. This(

has views that coincide with the opinions expressed eeem more concerned with how they can use the permit 470 miles of occupational 1 By II. B. WigginsMrs. had found a job by filling a vacancy that had been red
driving a month meet I created. But no one had told him that his idea
they
by Mr. Babson. Mr. Simpson recently war to serve their own ends, and how they can can Alta Adkins and childrenare wasn't
car pooling provisions. Increased But I am sure that neither you nor I, nor job
',> wrote a letter to an Important newspaper, suggesting avoid any sec
as much personal sacrifice and inconvenienceas spending a while with her
will be would like
monthly gasoline quotas resent a practical joke that.
that editors have a real opportunity dur-
folks Mrs.
possible. given stations servicing G. W. Rahme, Sr.,, What do think were the factors that
ing the present emergency to sell the people on rand Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns. you caused
Labor In number of workers. The WPB granted OPA man to land the job he wanted? I'd
economy In government. He deplored the fact a basic, industries Is de Misses Ethel Mae and Betty young say there
that members of the Legislature are so often manding substantial wage Increases, despite the authority to require to submit filling station Durling are visiting points In just two qualities that made that advertising man wan
obvious fact that operators couponsor man to work for him: 1. He had initiative
high-pressured for new and additional govern- higher pay for workers must other evidence that ration South Florida. young ,
: mental services, meaning new and additional result In higher costs and higher prices all along regulations are being complied Percy Griffin Is visiting a create a job he had never heard of. 2. The tremendou

taxes. the line-thus putting Into effect an Inflationary with when gasoline Is deliveredto while with his parents, Mr. and thusiasm he displayed in outlining the work.

In commenting on this statement, the Clay spiral that in the long run would hit labor as hard their stations. Mrs. W. H. Griffin. Of the latter quality, the late Charles M. Schwab,c

County Crescent said, "Mr. Simpson, we believe and perhaps harder than any other group. The OPA said local rationing L. D. Eiland and family of man of the board of the Bethlehem Steel corporation,,!

has hit upon the very worst feature of democratic Taxpayer groups are also extremely active in boards may refuse to Issue new Dade home City moved Into the Byerley "A man can succeed at" almost anything for which hi

government when he points out this deplora.bleblghprelsurlng Washington, and all of them, with a few honorable tires to eligible motorists If an Monday.Mrs. unlimited enthusiasm.
; .
of the Legislature. exceptions, seem to be trying to figure out ways Inspector's report shows the pur- Mary Mulla and daughter Show a man that you have earnest enthusiasm(fo

The Crescent. editorial continued: and means to make the, other fellow pay for the chaser has abused his old tires. 'apparently are proving very ef work you want to do: add to that the ability to develop

"We sincerely hope that Mr. Simpson will he war. They are all for sacrifice-so long as some- The "bonus" sugar stamp, number fective" and anti-aircraft warning ideas; and as soon as your ability is discovered,jobs v

ble to hold on to his desire for decrease of pubic one else''does the bulk of the sacrificing. seven in war ration book No. 'systems are greatly Improved 'thrust on you, for both of these qualities are so ran

expenses and to transmit that desire to the The blackest picture or all, In the view of 1, may be exchanged for two In the Panama Canal Zone. The demand breath-taking appreciation. _.

other members of the Legislature other words many writers Is found on Capitol Hill Itself. Next pounds of sugar until midnight Navy announced the sinking of
August 22. 20 more United Nations Merchant are visiting her brotherinlawand and Mrs. C. W KM hit
were. In hopes that this U one time the Lecl la- November?all of the member. of the House and a
,,' vessels by enemy submarines. sister, Mr,, an ; ture will be able to ,nee clearly the fact that the"pre.wsure" third of the members of the Senate will be up for THR WAR FRONT Ch ason, Lauderdale was the wi

groups are not the voice of the peopleof reelection. There are, of course, congressmen who The Navy reported damage Inflicted SELECTIVE SERVICE Mrs. W. E. Rhoren. Airs. AllineAlbritton guest of Miss Miriam Guy
the State. The are not swayed by political considerations o on the .enemy during the Headquarters authorized -
same object may look' quite different local and Mrs. Thelma Hall Rev. and Mrs. Frank 1
are doing their best, and who refuse to Battle of Midway June 3 to Junea boards to defer married
when viewed from different angles. Mr. play old- men until were transacting bust ness in of Mlcanopy visited Men*
Simpson and the rest of the Legislators will be fashioned politics-as-usual in attempts to make Included: approximately 4.800 all available single men including Starke Saturday.M.Isses Saturday.Miss .

viewing the situation from the standpoint of law certain of holding their \'Jobs. Unfortunately for Japanese killed to U. or drowned as those in war jobs, have been : Hazel Brown and Leila Miriam Guy spent
compared S.
makers who have been the nation, there are a good losses of 92 called and to call men with chile Mae Brown last ti
and will be pressured by many congressmen, in officers and 215 enlisted were visiting and day In Tallahassee
men: 20 dren last. President
the vociferous minorities, officials and taxspenders, both parties, who seem to be thinking almost exclusively enemy ships of all classifications said it Is unlikely decision Roosevelt shopping in Starke Thursday of .. Mr. and Mrs. W 0. Du 1
who always manage to afflict the Legislature with In terms of votes. They don't want to sunk or damaged: and an esti be made time a will last week. children of Atlanta Ca.BH
the Illusion that they are speaking for the ma- step on the toes of their constituents. They don'twant mated 275 Japanese aircraft de drafting of any 18 and soon 19 on the Miss Madge Gay spent last i Ing !oIl'. Duval's brother

jority. It seems that the most conscientious and to awaken them to the unpleasant realities stroyed. The U. S. Carrier York- youths for military service.year old week-end with her parents, Mr. and sister, Mr,, and Mrs

sincere officials always become afflicted with this that total war Involves. They don't want to vote town was put out of action and Director Hershey said local and Mrs. O. D. Gay. 1 Harper. Mr Duval tanjtt
I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hall and here and at Lawtey 19212
kind of Illusion tor bills which will make their constituents the Destroyer Kammann torpedoed boards
after they have served a few have was may fill up to 10 percent family were visiting in Waldo this county .
terms In public office. to go without things. They are, In short seeking and sunk. Caribbean defense of their quotas from men defer- Sunday. 1925 represented: He U 1

I "Practically all the members of the Legisla- to please all groups and all Interests-and that "Measures Commander for'action Andrews said red because of illiteracy but who R. V. Hall of Tampa and Mr. prominent Legislature.attorney of Ata
ture are elected means that they are doing their best either to againstenemy are otherwise fit for military and Mrs.
on a campaign promise of eco- submarines In this service. Clyde Hall and familyof Carl Hough of Jadoonvtlj
nomy in government. All things being equal the dodge difficult Issues, or to straddle the fence. area Jacksonville were visiting Mr. In our town Tuesday..

',' candidate for the Legislature who convinces the Some of the election campaigns now taking

C people he will fight for sound, economical and efficient place are, In the view of men who grasp the ,

8i<>v"nme"t1 Is usually elected.' The. fact world situation, almost literally sickening Political

I, that he Is la sufficient proof that the ma- job-seekers are flagrantly pandering to special In- ',

jority of voters want efficient, economical govern- terests-to labor, agriculture, pension seekers, etc. ATL.ldr
t' ment. They treat the war as a sort of aide 'show-in the !

"As face of the obvious fact that we and Allies
soon as the election Is over those our
J a wide variety of vociferous minority representing have as yet not taken back a single inch of conquered i '
,
groups-the most of whom profit fro m Pubic territory and the Axis Is making tremen- IblT -

)1 8pendlng-descend upon the members of theo Legielatur dous progress on the moat vital battlefronts. Every

I 'e and start applying pressure for Increased authority la convinced that If we lose this war, we I

: appropriations. the other hand, the majority will be subjected to virtual slavery.. We'll get ,
I who have elected the Legislature! on an' precisely the same treatment the people of France, y.i
platform, are economy Belgium, the Netherlands and other beaten \
: busy! making a living and they na-
tions
assume have been given. That is the
that issue
the
Legislature was sincere. !m Its which
: promise of economy and trust It to carry out, that some of the most active seekers after high office
promise without a periodic public demonstration to are busy dodging now.

nd.H they (the electors) are still of the It can be argued that such things as this will

same opinion as when they elected their represen- Inevitably happen In a democratic country-In a

tativee In Tallahallllee. country where anyone has a right to speak his

"As a result of this continuous mind, no matter how empty and misguided that
activity and
the-clever schemes and arguments of the mind Is; and where anyone can advance himselfas
\l minorityand
the most complete Inactivity of the majority a candidate for almost any office he chOOses: It .

, (until some future election), many good can also be argued that these "democratic weaknesses" -
,
cere officials seem to gradually become afflicted could conceivably lead to our defeat In war.

with the acute Illusion that the majority of the About the only cure for this kind of politics Is
public
people want increased opinion.
public .pendln All a matter -
of fact the success' of a minority Is governed Next November, the people will elect a Con- t

almost entirely by Its ability to create this illusion ,- gress Which In all probability will run the country

that It Is the until the war Is
majority over. It will be one of the snost

"This newspaper will, as we stated before, be fateful elections In all our history., r



THIS WEEK IN THE WAR


(A summary of Information on the Important development of the
week, mart
available hy official eource In the Office of Government
Report, Wanhlncton. D. C.> r

,r LABOR SITI'LV Census Bureau to Issue birth certificates MAY ASK RAGE CONTROL,
War
t Nutt Manpower Chairman Me- based on Its vital statistics President Roosevelt told his
I reported approximately 12- to persons unable to obtain press conference he considering
, 600,000 persons were working them through normal channels, asking Congress for more effec-
direct war employment on July 1, The 54,000,000 In the I tive
persons controls to keep down the
compared 1. lie estimated with 9,000,000 5,000,000 on April Country whose births are not I cost of living. including wage In offices, factories, shipyards and workshops, the pause thai

morel recorded could obtain a certificate control. The National situation refreshes with Ice-cold: Coca-Cola
will be added Is
to the a pleasant
industry' upon making a sworn applicationto as regards the cost of living must moment on the r
forces
during the last six month. a postmaster (or his subordinate be sunny side of things. This welcome
of this kept In line, he said. The one drink I II the
year. Federal Works Ad- way to turn
), which would be forwardedto criterion
that must be kept In to refreshment
ministrator Fleming said total U. without turning from
S. the Bureau to be checked. mind Is what it costs the average work. When you work
employment Increased between After verification of the applica- family to live. refreshed do
May and June by you more work and better work.
1,700,000 persons tion a birth certificate would be I
The War
Labor
to 53300000. Board announced -
Issued so the could
persona workIn
a formula for a Nationalage 10nUD UNDU AUfHOIITf
THI
The House passed and rent to War Production Plants and receive COCA.COtA COMPANY IY
the Senate a bill authorizing the old age pension benefits. maintain stabilization workers policy purchasing designatedto STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. You trust its'WJI q oality







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1..y ('LY1.. 1942 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGUAfn. STARKK. FIX>RTOA r.tGE rmir.a

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II Sure We Kobblna. Ave I'hllauVlpMa, P..nnHylvanla IN ('IR"I.. '"' t'Ot HT.f IIRnvon.. 1
I Want To .
WinBut l Nri, KI.OHIIttl IN IIIAN- "
ANALYSIS CHINA FRONT: V..l. .r" r"<|iilri> KLY NEWS August Kith. 144J: In the aboveniniiril l.Huru May Campbell Plaintiff vs.VllllHm ,
.
__ Doolittle SequelEver Court anti <. .....k. dlv"' ...... Kradfnrd, dant. Cas No. Sun 3.OltDKIt .
11
Pushes Soviets Back since the attack on Tokyo by By lUHM Kay foiinty Ti'Irm upl shall publlHh I thin ('10' Pl'HMl'ATlON AND
Steamroller ; Urdxr In liszt four weekly I IXHUOII NOTICK TO APPKAIt '

a Brig. Gen. James H. Doolittle and AmericanvanU to win the war, llt'T Wttn.."H my. bund and official STATE u..' KMKIHA to: William !
his squadron of Seal at Still ko. Klorlilu this JulyItlKKK'IAI. Oeorir Campbell whose resilience
Control of American bombers
, Struggle for Caucasus; Japanese Congreaa warns to win the war BET rongrewmen want. to N' h.. 1942. Is 3 m Dunselth 01 reel. Plttshurv,
objectives in China have win v ta and Influence I H. AI.) A. .1 Thomaa Pennsylvania I i
, been the seizure of areas from which voters Iml with f'1<'ellon.. coming up find A.. Clerk! uf unl Court 7. ID( 45II: You AI'. required to appelr. nn '

vernment Wheat Sells for 83 Cents; United States bombers It difficult to put the war tlrM unit the question of twicetl.mHecond. 10. K ",' rl.nl..n., Htarkc, Florida Auartist 171 h., I9U. In the above .
might strike Ally for limned" Couit and ../lu..... wherein
again. plaintiff snvks .lIv.....-. und custodyof : I

pattern Set by Ruling on Steel Thus when Generalissimo Chiang Labor want to win the war, BUT at the same time-make i4tiiri IT -OIHV.; nil ti)F4>nu Kraph children.shall Itradford publish this County Order Tele-In
4-41 MCI, KI.OIIIII iv
ge ti C Ii t.'
Kai-shek's battered armies acknowledged full UNO of the emergency' to conM>lld.ite her gain. necure! higher i KHl.Jonlu: next four Weekly Issues. '

-- : ;;; la thrae ..l tbt the loss of Wenchow and Ju- Wages anil more complete control of ImlUMtrLtl ernplo'DJenl.Labo&o Uurylriln Wrtlnnii, Plaintiff, seal Witness at .Htarke my hand and official I
are ei r e .va.p. ? mt* Ikoe *lori "". I* a mar Wrllonn, l)< NOTCi>.,wu155a'B RSS aaalrata aa l act .urllf ef tkl> atmpopiv.) Ian seaports In southern Chekiang leader ..nnt to win. the war, BUT object to any move No. 2071. I HI h 1942.Kniaht .

?NIW.M BeUaM1 by western Newspaper Union. __________ provfnce after steady withdrawalsfrom that Interfere OIlDKIt 5*' PI'ltUCATlOV ItNOTI"oJ & Knlaht Starke, FI... .
might
with .
for
_-.---- their racketeering methudn of.eollrollag 'ru APPEAl Alt" Plaintiff.' I

-.,.----- strategic points in the KlangslFukienChekiang enormous tribute from the worker for the right to work and 8TATK OK ..l.ultll>A to: IiimurWellonii toi.; Thomas, Aa Clerk of said. ') ,
area, another air whose residence. l la KayvttNvlllv
.
$ threat to Tokyo had been removed. fattening their purhe at the expenne' of the taxpayer.The N. t". '.11 41 (-8 tOKFICIAt, ShOAL)
;
You arn rutiiilr to appear on _____
'. I *' S < Bravely vaatKrowingarmy of bureaucrat want to win the war, AuwuHl aril r.)42.: In tint above .
however a Chinese official i
IN CIHfl IT lot HT. mICA >KOIII4UHN1Y. > r
BUT they deeply resent effort to nnmtul Court and cause, wherein
curtail
any their trememlounexpenditure .
pa; spokesman pledged that with increasing plaintiff seeks itlvorre. IlraJfortl r-I.OIIIIItl IN IIIA.N.Jus !

: air support from the Unit- on non-ejwcntlal activities or curb their duplicated,, i'Rtinty TYIvBTai'h shall PublIsh I I-HY. ,..
this orclnr In next Cour w..kly Nortnun. Pslntlff vs Thorn 'I
ed States. the Chinese army would effort waste. Inefficiency and ever' Increaalng power laMiifa.Vltnei. Norman Defendant. Case No. 2044.) ,

4._ 'Intensify its counterattacks and Industry wanU to win the war, BUT at a profit. and xeeknto \ >" my hnml nn.l official$ OKUKK OF PUBLICATION AND
Hal at Stark )'Klorlila hue July NOTICK TO APPKAtt
would immobilize more Japanese curb labor and MratKthrn its own poult Ion. 3i'
%P:4: troops in China than ever before. The great< banking and interests ( MKM.: ) A. J. ThoniaaAa Noiman. whose resldenc: la Unknowni I
corporate want to win the flvrk of aalil I'ourl. 7.10 4t 7.31'T. '

w _ _ Elaborating on China's view of wile BUT at the same time tighten: : their grip on the nation'* Frank l.ai.lru.n, MKiko, KlorUlu You are requIred. appear on "
the Atly ror Plf.IM August 3rd.. 1U42! In ,
war and her role of tying t U ubove
__ .. < ; up resource* and safeguard their complete control through Interlocking I nuiii''
'c ,' _______________ 'large numbers of Japanese, the corporation*, cartels and comblneii.' IIIM Chill IT 4ot sir or TIIHKllJIiril plaintiff. seeks divorce and tuluriyof :
Spokesman said both Germany and Jl III*"11. I hell IT Oil' Chlhl. Itradford County T..... .
Japan were "now making desperate The farmer wanla to win the war, BUT won't stand for any .HIM .. .' \TK 411' I"I.n.tllI1 raph shall publish this OrderU
AM KOK III"U..IIU t4 IN'l't'AXH \ next: four weeklv issues.Vltness .
|
coiling on bin ;
: bids. as they must score certain product and want. the top dollar regardlenn. IV C II ,'u.t:", \ my baud a>nd official

successes this summer In order to The housewife want to win the war, RUT ihwwn't see why Ml." >"?) seal 1st. 1542.tItFPlClAl.ut .Staike.. Florida" thIs July
8PKCHI. TA NCIUMil.l niSTItli'T1Ntl.MHKIl
______ sustain a long war against the Unit. he can't have all the sugar site neeila or why she iihould worry :' <)V II II A 1''OIt 1)1 HKALJ? A. J. Thomas

ed Nation." about Having fat* and oilier matertalM.The OUNTY.;:' l"l.4 155 I IliA. a foipniatiniinraanlai'tl As I'leik if suld t "UI.t:3: 41 7-J4
I *XNIMIC| | untli - war department want to win the war, BUT won't I.HWK of ..hn.'I'Ntato itf 1'htrlilii: anil AllY. for Plf.IN '
'FIGHTING FRENCH' : TIIK I '111 \ nil UK fl'lll.H'
.
eliminate the bra** halo anil red tape or wonlilp of form. STHI'I'THIN O .' It It A II." 0 IN-I I .-IIU..I.. C'Olll'r. lilt \nPOII

U. S. EncouragesMore The motorist wants II'INTY.! Kl.ottllM.I a e.rprunt. < OINT%, FLOHIIItl IN tills-
to win the war, JUT he can't get along .. (111V.liuisinSisib.
''' .11,1.I '' ii itl KxlHllnv nnili-r. S lie
effective co-operation between without bin car and tech.* that It U. an Imposition to expect,; him l.awa uf the stats' of. Kloi lila. 1 Hidden Mlneo Dslntlff.
vs I Kuarena Mlneo
Defendant Case
I'" it Inn.- B,
the followers of Gen. CharlesDe to go without gasoline or tlre. vi". No, IIOHH.HTATI4. ,

Gaulle and the governments of The buHlneHH man wanla to win the war, HUT he want to TIIK' 8TATK 4>K Ft.OnU. I URIJl'H N OF' ...rURLIf'AT'ON' AND

___ the United Nations was forecast asa do business am usual and think that price celling and priorlilew TO llpKpoiiilvntNDTH'H T 1IoJ T \Xf'.'VI' HH : I>K FUIIIiA! | to: 145155111 ;
result of several steps which coincided are ANI> CITI/.KVS OK "HI-KI'MIt:<< TAX lillian whoa residence la Vu'
Unnecessary. Ml'IIOOt. I IHTKU'T"' NI'MltlOll 3 ""' k nuwn. I
_ with the celebration of Bastille You are required, to ,
The ItltAPKOttll I COI'NTY Kl.OltlnA! I appear on
day. dollar-a-jrar men want to win the war, HUT they can'tforget WIIKItKAH I I i I Hpirlill Tax H.hool1nimrlit Aiia-ust )rl., UU \In the ..b"". i

their old connection and obligation. and their decisions : 9uui'r; :a of llradfonl.I'ounly :: named Couit and, cause. whereinplalnllff I
First of all the De Gaullist movement Kloi'ltln n corporaIon or.MuuIis..J I i seeks dlv..'. .. Kimlfonl
' Jack Cullen tl-year-old hero who confronted the acquired a new name-"Fight- In connection with the war effort are governed _rdlnarly. antl vxlntliijt unilfi: lbs County Telegraph shall I I pnlillsh ChIt I
Guardsman : : i Order I In next four I
weekly Issues.
.
The IsolatlonlM. .awn of the Mists of Kliirliln. anil I
"!ears who landed on American soil from a obmarlne. Is shown ing France" Instead of "Free want to win the war, BUT they think we The Mniiril. of Pu hI it' liiNtriictlon' ofllruilfoiil I Witness, my hand unit. official I

congratulated by Vice Admiral Boisel R. WaescLe. corntil France." At the same time the should confine our effort. to the protection of the home front l'ortntv.t Klorlila' a corporation I seal, at uu Htarke, Florida this JulyOFFICIAL k.I"d .
ni
I \the U. 8. coast guard for his devotion to duly and outstanding French National committee becamean and let the real of the world go hang. the l.awa organists of the unit"Htnl pxtMlna'. of Klorlila"n".r. ( SEA!.> A.I.: Thoma I

go* \that led .. the capture and trial .f the spy ring. Cullen wait administrative central body. The old folk want to win the war, BUT! they demand the petitlner.s In the iilVnvt ..n.ltlid A. Cleik of said-Court: 7.3 4t 7-3: .
did. the sth day
I CM-IIHI on
I trim seaman to coxswain In recognition oMs service. To symbolize the new relationshipthe greater security and bigger and better petiKlima.' :>f July A. Ii.l 1042? file with and IN C'.HC'I.T (olIn'r' gill \I'OIIl

United States announced the The folks. >ri>a..nt to I llononilile I i II I I. "SIr br ins. fOIN'li' Kl.tMlllltl IN. tll.V 1'10. ,I
appointment young want to win the war, BUT don't want tolet one of the J".."**.. i.; the ahovenani 1 4 KltV.Jack .

IA: WAGES : of Admiral Harold R. It 'Interfere with their Jookln'. ..il. t'onrt, a petition for the hJather Itiibansteln Kills I'lulntlff.I V.. I

Steamroller Raise for SteelmenIn Stark commander of U. S. naval It neema that Just about everybody want. to w In the war BUT validation 4n| .i>lal I Tax of Hrhool Hrhool. I I DlNtrlft bondii i of Nnin said* : Case No. u 4.OHUEK Kubensteln. Defendant t

forces in Europe and Brig. Gen. selfIshness bur a. In the uHKrrgiale principal I iaiiiotint OK PUBLICATION AND ,
BlUer bad 'demonstrated a decision regarded as a yardstick Charles L. Bolte chief of staff of greed, fanaticism or Intolerance wield such a tremendous of 115,01)1)00( ) ) In ,ImmtH In I Itnnnmlnailon NOTICK TO AI'PKAIt .

hd for future the the Influence that very few folk are willing to put them tf S&uo 00 rarh ilalwd I 1 STATH OK KLOIIIDA' to: lOather '
before wage disputes army's European headquarters Kata
long delay April with interest at the Ituhensteln' N u m It e r 416.
I bit monster offensive War Labor board laid down the as military; representatives to Gen. aside and go all out for victory. rRi. "I, 3:..12.p annum payable Layton Ht ,'.r..r Haul Kats '.

had not principle that workers were entitled eral De Gaulle's headquarters In To date we are toning the war rather than .itnil-anniially on the flrnt daya of > H''her. Klinburst I. o u g Island I
\thi Soviet Union winning It, and April ortnhrr each year cvi.d |. I I City New York, N. Y. .
utcd and that deipltt tel"st' to a 15 per cent Increase, based on London. unless. you and I and a lot of other folk. get off our IIITTS and .!: d""i.1 I lnt t erect coiiponH. andh You sis required to appear on I .
1"1.Jp,1 Auaruat 3rd IB4I In the uhov- ,1
t .. of Maid. dunlin. lnaurtnar
hit tank forces had lost higher living costs between Janu- This step did not affect United concentrate' on the Job we've I got to do, It will be too late. and heInz payabl on April named Court and cause, wherein ,I'

\their itriklnc power. art, 1941 and May; 1942. States relations with Vichy already .Bt I In each "f the y...... and In iilulnlirr I seeks. divorce. llruilfoid I
amonnta followM County Tclearapli shall publish this I
lilt mighty thrusts which The ruling was made when the badly strained by Pierre Laval's refusal .,. I. ,." .Krancos 1VI4 to aa I9tl& both: InrliiHlve Older In next four weekly Issues, : I
.ro r.! 4 K.
llodKt-H, Drfrndanl.
CaseOJtDKIt JL ._ 00. and Witness my hand and offlclsi) ,
in the Kursk and board approved a dally wage Increase to accede to President Roosevelt's No. 20HO u. "GUll
onginiUy; 1IHIA _. .._ ..... HOOO 00.puyable seal at Htarke, Florida, this July '
By, Mr II. D. OK j
i ircn bad iteadily gained of 44 cents for workers employed request that French naval vessels May I'ltlU.K'ATION ANINOTH'M > nt Klin-Ida Hunk at tftuiku, 2nd 1942.ilI"YCIAI..

hi I and momentum forcing by the so-called "Little Steel" Interned at Alexandria Egypt Mrs. Belle Garrett Misses Mar. 8TATK' OK KI.OUIIIA TO AIM'KAIt to: Kiani>*s I ilnrkf' Klorlila. and ( 8KAL) A. J Thomas ': I !
AlCleIk uf said Court. ,.3 4t ,.at
V through the Don basin.ick companies: Bethlehem Republic, be removed from the danger of Axis jorle Hall Grace Dlckenaon and F.I k 110'llotlH'H. whose r..sldi-iit;.. Is Un thu WIIKIIHAM St, h day" ,of the July nald l 1P42.Judge ill.I.. Insue on- .

developed three spear Inland and Youngstown Sheet and capture. Hazel Packham attended the You n. are sn order SKulust the Htale orKlorlda \. :
required to appuur on IN ciH4'i .'1'
4151 iii. nntnponitfOI'MTt
uned to split the armies of Tube. Directly affected were 197.000 movies In Starke Saturday night. Kvptrmbcr 7th.. :11142. In thu aboveniiiiifil Mint Attorney reiiilrliiK for ths It. thrnuah Klahth' Junilal the. Kl.Oltllltl I IN t.\I'Io. (,

1 TImoshenko In the Ukraine men. Indirectly the decision was SECOND FRONT: Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hard and Court seeks anil cause, wherltniialtIft ,' Circuit of the $lute of Klorldiio 1'Kit '. J ,
dlvorrv. Krnilforil Kill I (oik Plulntlff Kiss. Pnela.sch '
Marshal Zhukov In the expected to affect more than a mil' daughter, Minnie of Waldo C'onnly Tulfwiuph shall I I hi let, hi. show cause before saul Court at vs. 1'
n of Dress Rehearsal? Ella .. |pit 2,00 P. ?t. ..'..I.'k on AUK"st 4, ilk, Defendant. Case No. :UOttO I
Urd I In
area. The northern objeci lion workers Including 600.000 visited friends and relatives here, Witness r next my four hand.weekly and official IHMIII-S A. I). IU42 at the County. Courthouse "HTATK OK" FIt IllihiA to-: KlMnOKDKR I I INO'l'1Ci4 '

Voronezh on the Moscow- throughout the steel Industry generally From London came two significant Saturday afternoon. I coal at Ntarkv, Klorldu, this July *ountv,In Out n.esvllld why suld, AIiehtIuIl"lurila bonds OF PUBLICATION TO APPF.AIt. AND 1 I j :
Zlst.. 1942.IOKKKMAI..
railway; ; the c.ntralbru.t and 400.000 automobile plant reports Indicating that plans Mr. and Mrs. Lester Zeigler HKAI.) A. J. ThomasAM should not I bo validated I; and confirmed Poetasch Ulk. Number Is Comen.lustr "I I t I
the workers. for the long-heralded Anglo-Ameri i, und, .by suld order the. saidourl Street Uraunschmelir. Uermany. > I
ntd at Kuibyshev and C'lrrk of mild C'oiirt 7-J4
; ; 41 K-14 ,
and little daughter have returnedto 4 did dliect. the del .r saidourt I
in
i had Stalingrad as Its goal The CIO United 'Steel Workers can second front Europe were their home c" to make and publish thisH.tire You are reitulmd to appear e iAliuust I I
steadily forward. Just when In Miami after a .. ... ,,.. therefore NO'I..r114- I Sid. 11)41 In t h. uhovl ,
going IN 'IHri IT tat HT. III \ | .oltn w. ,
m made no effort to minti originally bad asked for a $1 a day such a front would be possible however pleasant visit with Letter's paa' (:I 'l'5 .rr.uiiui\i t biAs.(151W 1I ':ltl.HY: IIIVKN: 'I',) THM TAXI'AVKKH named Court und callus. .. wbsrl I y
i danger of a broad break- increase. The WLB voted the compromise ents, Mr. and Mrs.* J. J. Zelgler. : AND: CITI/HNH: OK HMDHI'KCIAI. nlMlnllff, seeks dlv"', .. Brailfori .
no military observer would TAX HCIIOOI. IHMTKICT County Teteirraph shall publish this
'' 1'lnlnllff, vs. John f
For once holding (line wage Increase 8 to 4, the hazard a guess.Described Calvin Hall Thomas Trlext and A ij.'r'1lIi'I: :; :.", licfendant.: : Came S'I'MIIIOIl .1 0..' liltADKOltDOI'NTY I Order In next four weekly ISSUMS.Witness ,

stov to Stalingrad the Nazis labor members dissenting. Frank No. 204T.OltDKIt. 4' KI.OIHDA. that you, and I I my hnnd. und officialseal !
as a "prelude to what Kelsey were business visitors OK' I'1'IU.K'ATION ANIJNOTI'J. each of you;, ,are hereby, requiredo at Hturke, Floi. Ida thIs July/ t :
t in position to swing south- be major military operationson In Staike Saturday after .: TO AI'I'KAU i< lIMli. If you have, I :2nd 11142.OFKICIAL) i\
Astrakhan on the Caspian SURPLUS WHEAT: may HTATH OK Kl.oulDA I to: John mfora oho; I:i,.noru:bl I.1ll I I... Hebtlnv. ( AI AI.) A..1.. Thomas I >
1 Into the European coast, powerful Alflnd llu..laliiM, whose resldenrtt Is JuilIt". of the above mimed I Court As Clerk vt suld Court 7-3 4t 7-H4 ;
the Caucasus Itself. To Sell at 83c American and. Canadian forces plus noon.Mr.: and Mrs. Honicc Jerell I'nknuwn. ut the (' >II..IY Courthouse' Inlalnesvllle "II r
tailed their supreme prizeibulous : You are tI'flI I rei to appitar onHtplfiiibcr 4 A I..h". County Fli,"r- IN ( .lIc..r tOtllT IIIIII KOIII : f
oil of Tiflis Mews bulletins had carried the ,,. -.- ...,.-,.-. -e and children of Jacksonville have ; : 711,.. 51142. In tha abovenain da. at SCO: P. M "',lock on Au- VDIVl'b.' .. ..(lIlIIt' I ,1.\,11- '1.\\ ;
pools -
bare announcement that the houseof been recent of Mrs. Jerell's .t u. Moreover such a move guests plaintiff Necks illVfirfH and it'Mloratlon lot' be validated i a sid confirmed. .enn. Armenlo Morana, Plulntlff I ,k
ave the way for a Junction representatives had concurred parents Mr. and Mm. W. W. of Malilen N.1110. llriidfordI'uunty llriidfoid County Telegraph a vs Michael: Moruno, 1J.. f e n -J-nt. I ;
with a senate proposal to convert Packham. Telegraph shall I I itiibllMhIhla I Inly uuullfled!: newspaper of aim- Case No 2006.OHDKK ". 1'1'I.
Marshal Von Bock with the I oidvr It, next four weekly Is- era! circulation p u b I I a lied atWliillie OK PUBLICATION AND I r : "
of Japan poised on the bor- government owned surplus wheat i I Mrs. Clyde Mersey and pun! '''"'". I.r'liiililn I In said /Hpeclal I TsxHch I I NOTICM TO APPF.AIt t I.
into United Nations war needs by Witness lilY hand anil official )ol District Number 3 of Hrmilord HTATK: OK KL.OIUHA to-: MichaelMorano.
India far to the east and Rodney. Mrs. Dan Railey and son seal ut Miark, Klurlda, this July' ('""nly. Klorlda, ,Is hereby Number 70S Fourth Avsuueii'roiuiik .
Field Marshal Rommel, ones feeding it to livestock to produce and Miss Ida Hagan were shop. 21st. 1)43.) slKlialed l t as tlm I newspaper In of lirooklyn, Counly ofi I'
meat, .milk and eggs. (OKKH-IAI.' $l':Al.) A. J. Thomas tn,ii Iii Ibis i n..tI.*. shall t I be published I ,i Kit,..., Htate of New York. > '
of the Mediterranean. ping in Starke Saturday. : As (-'I"k" of RU''
But back of that announcementwas M..... 1';. K. Powell daughter 142.. July 17. I"U, July 24, 1942 Almust 3rd IH42 In the nbov j
T: the of the breakup of asixmonths' VOlt and, July 31. l 51)42.) named Court ansi uuusn, wherein I
'I 01"'U'
story Betty Lou. and Mrs. B. C. Powell IN WITS ':H/'I WHiltKOK" I halerwiintfi \ plaintiff seeks. dlvorne and custody \: '
ion legislative log-Jam. a and and ;II..n.'Io': r VISIt 1111)5iq1rII.1iKN'l' set my .hand mid. affixed uf Children. Hradford County Tele. I'I'I ,
children Mary Joyce :: Kl)ltIIIIAI
Tanks for the administration's anti- I he official" I seal. of said Court stHtarke graph shall publish this order' In I '
victory I .TII MKHII'AI:' I.
t CKNTKIt8TAIIKK
Miami arrived Klorldu I
of South Mradford ,
Dannie County, next four weekly Issuss. ", j ; I
:, KI.A.
"ne from Crete came Rom- inflation and acknowledge of A. D. 11)42. hand und, official '
program Monday for a visit! with their Bis llui'lirt ><.. KIN. H-XHH MHea this Itlh day July |i Witness my .ft' 1 ::4.
rag-awaited reinforcements.and ment by the farm bloc that it must )1..1 'pritposulN' will lie received A. J. ThontasAm seal nu''larkll.': Florida 11,1. July 7tI: :
ter, Mrs. E. S. Sibley. Clerk nf the Circuit L'uurtI ofIradfnnl 2nd : : I :
battle-seasoned wered accept less than a parity rate. for by the llouid of ('vu tu 5 V I'onimlsKlonvrs '.. ',( ,
returned to ; : I ui sity. Klorlda. (OFFICIAL HKAf.) A. .1. Thomas :
Airs.. Eva Paul for the County of llrailford,
> OFFICIAL. H :AI.) I'I.rk of saIl Court 7.3 4t 7'24 ,? I
expert at storming de. the sale of this grain. here l'ttate of Klorliln at llm ofrii-pn. forth 7.111 41 7-31 1. As I .

u ch as the British were man- before the house had votedto Miami after visiting relatives .. said Hoard at I'ourt! llousv,
>cst them Twice for the past few weeks. Htarke, .Klorlfdi. until t I I I I'. M Kns-: f:
in Egypt's; crucial bar the sale of surplus wheat unless tern War Time' Auifiixf 7, III4J) Research
and Mrs.
and Mrs. W. Hall .
tin Mr. War :Ji.
lector. it was. made at the full parity fur the furnlslilitR of certain equipment } : "
r Marshal Rommel Lydia Hall were. shopping In and fiirnlshlMics I for i ,
employed price of $1.35 a bushel. Now it llltADKOKII I'. Pt.'N'l'Y: HKAI.TIIAM .
device that had won for him agreed to go along with the senate : Starke Tuesday. > IInI"N1"I'J! \. \'
.I
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1 a previous occasion-that and allow the sale of 125000.000 I\1 rmcrir toiitr. mi 'i...UII.) At which HTAKKK.tlmw; and KI.OKIUA|ila.-M they will In war the advantage is on the side with the best weapons. The work ', "

"">( his attack at dusk when bushels of government-owned wheatat GEN. DWIGHT EISENHOWER I ('01 < 'y. Pl.Ollllltl I C'U "%- be 5)1:ubll I' 1 ly upent'd: and readIVopOMulM of scientists in America's research laboratories developing new
fl8IIn his I I Hpefllil; I t'olldltlons I ; H'OIl "
l.I.ItYJultan
opponents' eyes.; 85 per cent of the parity price of units of the Royal navy and marines M. Morrlaon. Plaintiff v". I Instruct I Ions and detail. I I specification I materials and new equipment mean. a lot to our fighting men. f fI

'ng up heavy tank reinforce- corn--or about 83 cents a bushel- raid I ailvH Morrl i>n. l ..fen.lant. faun *. tuny b.* examined, at the of.Clre fj
''oth aidei carried on the greatest No. 20N3.tltilII. tit t he I lloarit of I'niiiity ('''111'
battered each oth. for feeding cattle and hogs. The and Invasion maneuvers ever held In 01"' I'I'II.IC'\TIIIS AX" rnlsMluiiers for the t '"unt V of Itrad
'JUei on which the fate of I house also agreed that any amount NOTI"I': TO A l'i'F.s: It ford, Mnrke. Klorliln, and at the j
fa and Suez mightbe European waters.At HTATB ()i" |I.'I.IIHIIIA (0: I1I..'JV, offli-es I HIM M I. $nilt Ii. Arihllfil, i
depended. government-owned grain the same time Lieut. Cen. Morrison whose reslleiI"e l l Is Aill.'you ''of I 'h.. firm of lteynol<1s. llrewton,
au .' Immediate sold below parity prices for the iHinllh mid,:; Mill". :Knirlneers. :amilArihlterts. :
goal was a rubber Dwight D. Eisenhower commander. are rmiiilri"! to appear <.n Sid Imval, ....lor.. .(ink .1.1I
oastal alcohol for or
ridge five miles west manufacture of in-chief of American forces In the Hrptomkfr. 7th. !I'MJ.! In lh. al.ov.namoil ,nvllle' ., KlorUlu. iinil collies I heroof -
amem .... .... whirrilnplaintiff obtained.The ,
which the British bad munitions. continued methodically Couit an l I
"> him European theater ....*k s r<-.. llrailfiiril I said. Hoard fif ii n f'ftntmissloners ,
I. :: .I/
days before. In the I SAGA the job of setting up the I'"nly Telnrraph hall ftiIItsIi 'Ihh.urit fnr the I ': OIt I y I Krsflford.reserves ,. _

contested struggle the RAF I MIDWAY : organization that will carry on the ..r In next four weekly >I..'"'". the rlKht to waive any In- I I l
'ely Wltn..HM my haml anil orrlInlseal fr.rmiillllcK In or :;.1 ifjcit ally or ; ,
engaged with fighter Better Than ExpectedWhen offensive. Giving attention to land.all' "t stark, i"IqiiTa. this July all bids. \
and light bombers scoring and supply forces, he announcedthat J.;,,,'h l 1110'l l must be a'-'."0111*0 Iei. hvn t
rent hu, a naval communique released foFKICIAi. HKAI.) A. .1. Th"".... certlfh"( check or bid bond I I.| '
on tanks and ran,. detailed Maj. Gen. M. W. Clark would Clerk at t'nurt! T.2t 41 8.lt the amount "f five percent ttTl; I or L; I
14 first official account Aa Rald
the the
rear to harass Rom- command aU ground forces, Maj. the base bid as a guarantee 'that 'L : ,
'"Md-out of the Battle of Midway the would commandair .'\1 ('11"1.'"' romr. mt ,i)Koni) the blildor. If awarded. the eontract. ". \ .
supply; and comn conviction that the Gen. Carl Spa all: 4del ,,U1 Kohn'"u. s'\1 dl '., will enter Into a writtencontmct --a -
lines. steadily growing
forces and Maj. Gen. J. C. H. with the Hoard of CountyComtnlsslonerM r

United States had won a victory of would be responsible for sup .? Henry. PUlntlfr) VM I'lytHnry. : for; the County: ofItrndfold 1. It takes years to build up and 2. Long before Pearl Harbor I
Lee ..
T accordancewith
: confirmed. raw N Klorlda In Electrlc's I
major Importance was Defendant and able laboratories General ; .
organised, .
pnsi.rcATioN= AMiNfTirK > thv the proposal.TIIK equip a large
plies.
,60r,' The communique revealed for the 01 1\ ) TO A 1'1'JA! It i [I."O' CUf.MTV COMMISKIn.N'KHM staff for research. Fortunately, Inwere serving their country-solving :'
had sent an J1'1fIfUIIA t..: leo Killl TUB COCNTY '
first time that Japan BTATB: OK
,'bnu"". to the war effort- armada of 80 ships to assault Midway OPA : Henry. wli,,B.. residence IH I'nknvm" OK iliA.HUAKKOIlli. HTATK OK FM'UIy dustry did this long ago. technical problems of war. I"

Important factor In deC ; as a prelude to the conquest of 'Politics Out' Br. r. draft September Tth.. 11142. In lh.. .h""e Its. Chairman '
status of mar. Hawaii. Administrator Leon Hender wh'""' Attest : t / ,
Price nam.rl Court ..nl ;iaus, .. ;
well .
II single men. Final score cf the battle was 20 an enemy among plaintiff seeks dlvnrc Bradfordounty air A. .1. Thomas ,.__ls sss' 4'lu. ,
has won many .
son ah 7-24 St 8.7 County Clerk.
nag shall puhllnh
What including T..I..ralh j
eon.tltuiea Jap ships sunk or damaged for his blunt ( .
to "con- professional politicians In next four weekly I""' : !:
the sunk and Ord r : '..HC'I.Tru .F. nH \ 111'(111)I' \ ,
war .effort" .el.c four aircraft carriers disregard of partisan tactics. Hence WltnenK my hand and > I' 1.1'II. ( ..
lei < fitNktariruer'lt
headquarters destroyed Htark .Florida this Jul :" vrv. V..OIIIIJ1
rent outlined three battleships hit; 275 planes his latest warning to OPA employees ural .at 1943./ C'II: r.
types of and 4.300 men killed or CIsC. Thomas locales' Halt. Plaintiff I'I
lobs which that any political activity ((,e'r'IrlAr. HKAI.) A. J..
ace a includedthe 7- 4 H 8.lt vs. Kruok I.. Hall. Defendant. Case ,
man In that category drowned. American losses would result in Instant dismissal a. Clerk naldCnurt

e delay hi. InducUon. Draft destroyer Hammann sunk the was not calculated to gain him any IV (11CC lIT ( 01 Ml'. IIH'I1.'OHIt ORD2ERT'OF: PUBLICATION AND .

pha.lzed that the aircraft carrier Yorktown put out of the poUticos. But -OI WTV. ......41"1 ( !! C *.! NOTK'B TO A l'I'JAiIPrrATF t: .
auppJymen friends among
mif>A toi Frank/
of enlisted new C'**M YMorrla .: OK KI I ;
be all classes would action and 307 officers and observers believed it would step up C'hallln. ..Ialnllr,. v... Anna I. Hull. It. K. 1) No. t at Hox U",

.bau.ted flr.t.Ii..e men lost. OPA'i efficiency."No Hnrk (Chaltln fI..C..ndant Case No. illlford.' Uelaware: i ; <
the You arc rvcinlred, to appear on "
clarified In th,' re- SUBMARINES : one In the OPA organizationis 1091 u !': prnr.M'ATION AND Ana-ust 3....., 1842 In t h. above. J<4.<< ./f> i ,
J jirri'"B TO APPKAKSTATB named Court and cause, wherein t
: announce
,. by MaJ. to be permitted to play seeks dlvorc-e) and custody "
B. Grows going OK Ff.OllH t": Anna plaintiff 4. So it will be thai time. Research"wireless"
I've' Her.h.y. director' Menace with the war effort/ ," Mr. Rock OhaJtln. Whose" r...lde nre Is of Child. Bradford County Tele. 3. History repests I In the last war I
w rvIC.. Official acknowledgement that politics graph shall publish this Order for millwill help to win the war. and Ustaf ;
While York developed
.. New
was
administrativeorder Htrr't.
t relterna Henderson said. In an 251 W st Mth. Fn next four weekly Isaues.VVItnetH .
IIde famU" rela.b something drastic must be don to reminding workers of their New York.Yn my hand and nfrfnlal' needs-to become with peace many wartime discoveries will help .I r
be unrelenting submarine "* .r.. rerp.iIrP4 to .np.aion Florida this July y '
: protected counteract the Axis ; seal at Htarke, build better future. : :
,, as long the Hatch act. .. It42. In the shaveiemsd broadcasting industry. to a
Nations status under .."p mh r 7th.. a giant 'I'
Ceneral attacks on United whwl" : : tFMh.: .
Hershey I Court an" ranae SKAI. A. /.Thomas 1,
bed draft In. shipping was seen In Secretary of "I have .ald from the beginningthat plaintiff ..*..k" dlvor.-.. Wrslfordroiinty Aa Clerk of said Court. 7.' & General Electric believes that its first duty as a '
board that to be run on nonpartisan T..I"arr.plah.1I pnltllah thIs ;. I
e OPA is going I -- soldier ;
Thne come the Navy; Frank Knox's aflflOUflCement Oi-rt" In neSt four ,weekly >I..."'.. good citizen is to b* a good 4Ii l
111 dependents for Calling that a convoy system; had beer. lines. I do not want anyone 'Witness.) my hand and officialat i.. ( .H.r' rotnT. flit 'nroiiiOtOTt. tllNHarold .-) Cfntrml EJfttrie Ctmpmny SfhtnftlaJy N. Y. t :
V'.OH'IJ"1 .
to .. this July 044.tii '
u"lce and the slightest doubt about 5 .> "'arlr h'tortdsi
.0 Ire" set up in the Caribbean area to have a ....,.-.. -- .. -"
not 21. 1942.EcF'wI"Af :
:
... Hellen Tz1LEERAL1LECTRZCi
; .
of Plaintiff '
,
Ifort contrlbutine to would be established. in the Gulf the consequences that will result MrA'.) A. J. Thames llentsch.tiefendant. Case .V.>. Tt ; ; : } "
Ihould be with the law. As Clerk saldPourt .7.24 4t 114Rdward (Oentach
Called to comply
It Mexico. failing
Iall from ""
.'; me 10 be ducted would Coastwise convoys however. wouldbave As I bave said In the past if the 5.. "n"'Tr roie.r. PtStIPCRD OIUER' 'OK' pr'AI.r'ATrON; AND :: : ; ;

uu". to With! children who to get along without the helP Hatch act doesn't get them the Hen rn.Tr. FI.onll" 14 C1144.CF.flV sTATE OK:F.Jo.lltt.rl":: to: Hellen. I .w'C>fI'.J...... ..........-. ..... J.J-; : .,..*.. I
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the war effort of destroyers; it was Indicated .- derson axe will." W. "od..". Plaintiff, vs. Oentm-h. whose residence In I

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| | BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY 'ft.1
PAOlI FOUR: ---. .

Brown highly pleased with a Building Permits W. L. Anderson
cus
I SOCIETY and CLUBS I Recent Bride gift of a new Parker 51 fountaInpen frame residence ,,8X20'1400, fa
won'tbe J D. Mathews July 17, $300 13 of block 23 ,t feet
that's one you
Bet for adding a concrete block storage I'eek'ru

able to borrow. room 16x22 feet to the :M.: At
"'ard.JacksonJ :Mists Dorothy White John David Alien I I I M Raybln Star Store; H. L. Cat- Kitty'sG. Place

Engagement Announced Weds Sgt Murry Oakley The Rev. and Mrs. Chas H. Hear the Bill Graham an1\ the lin, July 6, $200 for frame residence .C. Blume,. ,who
C outln'at 14x20 feet or a lot 105 opened "-
J Monteiths plan an a .
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I Monday Afternoon Allen announce the birth of a D. A. wmiw.M, *
Mra. Lucinda Ward of Cross John David at 7:30 A. M. Daytona Beach durin' August feet square; H. 'A. Carlton, chief new victory hUlldlng 0' I

City announces the engagement Characterized by .simplicity and eon Wednesday In the Alachua County Only thing Bill Is worried airplane observer, $200, July 20 street, closed u ,, tie

I I of her daughter. Veta Mae to beauty was the marriage of Miss Hoxpltal Gainesville .; -,-; .1 ,about In the groceries Says to erect an airplane observation week and Wen. .tll...iZ *
u't'I Sgt. Walter Morris Jackson of Dorothy Ray White, daughter of I bring your rations along' if you tower on top of Blanding Center; Place on Tempi Ave, lilt.

Ft Benning Ga. son of M;. and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Wesley White, candelabra were placed on the ,come for the week-end The!

: drat H. Carl Jackson of Starke. and Sgt. Murry Taylor Oakley chancel rail. The background for 1 I jig saw puzzle bug has got a firm

The marriage will/ take place In non of Mr. and Mrs. S. R,' Oakleyof the colorful decorations was tropIcal : I hold on the Lambe household on

" September. Granada Mississippi, which foliage. Lafayette St. Hear one fiend
I Firs t it out 'til 6 a. m. tother
solemnized at the stuck
was With Mrs. F H. Long as organist -
}: Paulk-Oglesby Methodist church Monday evenIng and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna as mornln Report received that {/ ld -
be-
July 20, at six o'clock. The Harriet Benson (ex-Starkelte)
f nuptial
0
" soloist, a program
In a quiet ceremony at the ring ceremony was performed by came Mrs. Patrick (Lt.) GrimesIn
Baptist pastorlum in Lake City Chaplain B. M. Montgomery of music was given. "The Sweetest Tally several weeks ago .
Told" Stults) was
Ever (
at 5 o'clock last Saturday afternoon of Story Air Force Willa
Camp Elandlng In the presence by Mrs. Adkins. During the He's in the OUR STORE IS PACKED WITH
Miss Muriel Oglesby daughter relativea and a very few friends. sung "To Wild Rose"MacDowell Mae Thornton had a long dis- GIFTS SUITABLE FOR ALL
a 0C-
of ceremony
of Mrs. W. M. Oglesby effectively night frombro.
The church was simply but tance call Monday CASIONS.WHAT'S .
softly played
( ) was
of
Greenville, became the bride who's PX
decorated with tall baskets Elbert Earl,
4 ii-a and the traditional wedding MORE WE WILL
W. C. Paulk, Jr. The Reverend of garden flowers in pastel steward In N. Challna while WRAP
M. Halstead performed the cere and white marches were used. maneuvers THEM IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT
shades, while pink I the; boys are on
The bride was given in marriage WRAPPING READY TO
r, mony. "Can't get anything to eat or MAIL
jf Mrs. Paulk, a graduate of the in the local Western by her father and had as The former MUn Muriel Ojslew- drink, and It's the hottest place IF IT IS FOR SOMEONE I\
Greenville High School bas been' employed matron of honor Mrs. Eld ridge 'W. C. E. E. moaned STARKE
'I Union office since March. Mr. Tomlinson of Jacksonville. The by whose marriage to Sgt. I I[ ever saw WEORIYOUDELIVER IT

, I Paulk son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. bridegroom had as his best man Paulk. Jr., was an event of lant Hear the Wesley Adult Fellowship turnedout

, Paulk of Bonifay, has been an Sgt. A. J. Miller. Saturday. supper Tuesday night
YOUCANGET employe of the Blanding Camp to be an anniversary WE ALSO CARRY A FINE LIVE
tl The bride, an attractive brunette Alice
tion for Sam an'
Telegraph since December. SANDY LANEBy celebra.-j OF GREETING CARDS
REAL KEllEF chose as her wedding dress .
Mr. and Mrs.> Paulk have takenan
a, a suit of aqua blue RomaIne Ida Ruth Alldrrdge
ACIDINDIGESTION apartment in the new homeof Parisian adaption, with -
crepe
farm Sgt. and Mrs. Grady Baggetton which she wore a matching fabric Mrs. Roy Starling and children., Speakin of anniversaries, Ikey

: Church street hat with a short veil. Her accessories Lamar and Kenneth, spent last Brownlee had a telegram an' C

were of white and her week with Mr and Mrs E. B. flowers Monday from Jimmie, the arp.enter'i
bein' their first .
jaR.ll,.,. corsage was a Catlaya orchid occasion
.ft" with a background of tube roses. Green.Miss They've been together only one
IBISMAREXCarpenter's M".ryof .. .. The matron of honor, Mrs. Tom- Idaruth Alldredge Is month outta the twelve Such THE $infL DRUG STORE

t linson, wore a dusty rose crepe spending this week In Lake City ,' is war Overheard Freddie'Wimberly

suit and a wide brimmed white with her brother.Mr. and George Flynn hav-

i\ 666AlnaatAair. hat. Her flowers were miniature and.- Mrs. Pop Phillips and in' quite an argument over a certain -

Drug Store ( white dahlias and pink rose buds. ,sister were visiting friends and : young member of the Canadian k .
Freddie maintained
.,MLvi.$055 MOPS The bride's mother wore a gray relatives In Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. army ,

., :; :::: u-._____.__ ___ _,_ _.-_._,___ -----00 flowered summer silk and her and :Mrs. Charlie Lockyerwere he was a second said lieutenant don't
corsage was of double California visiting Mrs. Ida Sweat while George they .
daisies and white dahlias. have 2nd Lta. So Freddie '
J: THELMA'S PLACE Sunday afternoon. hurries off to ask Pat Lambe A .r
Mrs. Oakley is a graduate of 4. a.
W

Pat
Canada) ,
(authority on
,
the Bradford School .
County High
Girls Away At CampSeven "Sure they have 'em but niu
:; DANCING EACH EVENINGTill and Is assistant cashier of the says y
the king's crown on
12 O'Clock Florida Bank at Starke. Sgt. girls from the local Presbyterian they wear
their shoulders Instead of bars"
Oakley Is a graduate of North- Church are spending the
Freddie win Hear
11 1 BEER ON TAP 27 a you
1-
western Mississippi Junior C o week of July 20 to attending
;', lege, and was a student in engi- Presbyterian Intermediate Girls' Martha (Brownlee) John son
CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD
shelved six Ibs. the first week on
Beach.
neering at the Mississippi State Camp at 'Augustine
EVERYBODY WELCOME College at the time of his induct Thelr'program'of' study and recreation her new Dubarry diet Remindme I { tJ
it sometime .
tion into the Army. He Is now Is under the direction of to try

2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave. stationed at Camp Blanding'with the Rev. Alexander Linn.

Operated By Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lightsey and Son the Headquarters Detachment. Thorn attending are: Josephine Everything looked luffly at the

... Dorothy White-Murry Taylor
-""" "'- -} Immediately after the ceremony Johns Vivian McRae Esther Grif- h '
I merger Monday afternoon evenIf x
Sgt. and Mrs. Oakley left for a fls. Merry Beth Knight Mary 4 : 'ob
i 1' the minister (Chaplain Ben
I brief wedding trip their destina- Alice Yarbrough. Bettie :McRae a yf8I
Montgomery) was a little late in
Our Warm Weather Special tion "
Try being a "military secret. and Margaret.Grono. arrivin' on the scene'. Dot remained -

cool an' collected an', the
COLD PLATE LUNCH bridegroom-well, they're alwaysa

Carolyn Callstreet little Jittery, anyway, aren't
, IT'S A TREAT YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS ; they? Guess the telephone I s
( wires from Starke t o Blanding .
&
will get a rest now, at least until
Dot an' Murry get back from
Well, folks Here I am,' lives, vacatlonin' o n Santa Fe their weddln' trip Florencean'
K & M CAFECorner turnln' up again Ilk i the prover- Lake Bet the skeetera .an' Marcus Brown a n' chlllun

bial bad penny And if blzness the red bugs are havln a good have rented one of the Parrish

of Walnut and Madison gets any worse around town, evena time too : Glimpsed Roberta cottages on Kingsley Lakebut

bad penny's gonna look pretty (State Farms) Whltfleld back extra hot nights they come backto

good In a coupla weeks A from a two-p onlh music coursein town to sleep, 'cause they'reso

:) : little peace an' quiet seemed Birmingham Can't wait much in love with their new ,

1.\, mighty good at first but some of to hear her demonstrate what she attic fan Ain't science wun- r

FREE ESTIMATES ON our merchants are already begln- learned Hear Beverly (Cady) nerful? Never did I think '
nln to mumble to themselves, and Blackshear has resigned her those cool lake breezes would ---it

if the boys stay away on maneuvers teach In' Job Plans to be with have to compete with 42 inches
& Interior
Painting Decorating much longer, the aspirin Jimmie somewhere in Mississippi of man-made steel blade It's

i market la: certainly gonna enjoy, a the mechanized age my dears, a

: ===0>DOC boom along Call St. Oh well and If they'd just rig up those

absence makes the heart grow Kay Nolunan reports Its so fans with sound effects of waves

WE EMPLOY ONLY THE BEST PAINTERSIN fonder, an' there's nothln like a cool in Cahlina they keep a fire lappin' on the shore, we'd be all This Man Thinks OperatorsAre

THE SOUTH. THIS ASSURES YOU AN little summer maneuverln to goln' most of the time ThinkI'll fixed for the summer ,

OUTSTANDING PAINT JOB. ASK ANY OF make us really appreciate those thumb my way up for a week- So long See you in the Wonderful .We ThinkYou'll \

OUR MANY STARKE CUSTOMERS khakUads when they return end, Kay .., Butch Smith's next .

proud as a peacock over his baby -Carolyn.
Starke Phone I25-W A little shower Wednesday night brother ;Nex' time you see Agree With Him

broke the heat wave Jus' In time him ask'mwhat he calls the new Married In Lake ButlerR. .
to keep it from breakin me-an' arrival .
_0=0== Hear Pat Lambe -
lots of others Hottes' spellIn started to work on her incometax E. Simmons Okeechobee, Many: Unws their Ii

49 years, accordln' to Jax return an'_ found out the and Louise Sumner, Starke, July So the Irate subscriber slammed not _y. Many tlnxs tbfl
QUITMAN WILSON weathermen Hear Nelma book she'd bought was for a gas 10. the switch hook up and more than Is required ei

Keen went to bed with an ice station ,. .".':'Wrote &"hot letter William E. Owen, Camp Bran.I down and when the operator la It In an operator1" *
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA bag tother night, an' she wasn't informln' the'publlshera'she was ding, and Clara Mae Thomas, answered he bellowed: "What to stick to her .mriM*

sick of anything except the runnln" a jewelry store-not a I Starke, July 15.STENOGRAPHERS. In the sam! hill Is the mutter with flood water ragl"*
1555 Onadaga St. Phone 718-JX weather Had to keep cool with sal r01I
filling station Saw' a cute with yon flaNked for 2807 everybody
she says Pearl Simpson 'lows ? 18 It II,
fled
snapshot of Roddy Struth featured NOTEPADS and you gave me 2837. You long since
as how shoppln' an' cookin' for on the front page of the 15o each- BRADFORD ought to be fired!" erator's duty to 111\1811 Plighted

twelve boarders, with the ther- "Alligator" official newspaper of, COUNTY TELEGRAPH. I know what I'd have told lamp <>" b*' *

mometer doin' nip-ups, Is no picnic the 124th Infantry, Ft. Benning, him. I'd h.'eSd: "Listen when nobody lul"ttrlLtermlne
1 Yours truly Is Inclinedto Picked as the best picture of here you big bully. I'm not the rekMcno s

agree Almoa' too hot to the week Hear Leon Rosen- MARTIN FISH FIN even the name operator that Ito call the hoase flit tj

eat-much leas cook Seems berg plans, a merger with the took your call In the first to call the pullcl"-lllld
that :Milton St. Peter is doln his Army in the not too life? 1+ It an''*?
distant future place, and beside!! that you save a
best to keep his St. Mark's league PROPELLORLATEST talk through your none and It aligned, ta.-.k u. go I""

charges cool. In spite of it all taken a mind reader to tellwhether looking for H d'x-tor elll
Carried 'em clear to Camp Weedon lucre \Is none a
STARKE FLAVKCK Charlie an' :Mural you are saying five or she known *
the St. John's River .1 I Temple llvtn'In lIpt'ralor"
Jus to nine. For all I care- you can able? I.. it an
hold a meet/In' Sunday night Starke now.. Seems they're "If'uth and try"
take a taxi to that party you to turn
the
among Kingsley Lake refugees red held
\ HKOINMNQ SUNDAY, JULY 28 -those Invited b TIliNG OUT want to talk to!" The operator a man with a
Spotted an' Jotted: "Miss Sal.lie" y Uncle snake serum? NO
Tison out on crutches after Sam to move out of their homes FOR BOAT PADDLING didn't Hay that thouKli. She sells Th111I *
Sun., Mon. July 26, 27 said: "I'm sir. I'll tryagain. are extra-
and make worry
for
bela' shut with room more Camp .
up a bad foot for mre'n"of
$
In for good
"Remember The four Blanding i Add What number did you ,
Day" or five weeks Beryl Hol. husky newcomers want f"The such case are pub"i
, With Claudette Colbert & John Payne land Jus' back from a hurried : Douglas Seymour, seven- every jeOperator. &'"-
, ALSO COMEDY AND NEWS trip to Chicago That hand weeks-old none,of Jimmle an' difference I* that I'm newspaper' !I..IIe. s (Gdt
. some Elizabeth ,. Albert Torruetta not an operator. Operators notbunch
newcomer Tim Scott The Fisherman's Friend They are
J Tuesday July 28 Hear he's a divine dancer wig wags tUrn way from Camp seem to be made of a little their own.of girl-' "hu JtI

( "Klondike Lucile Davis an' dotters down at Roberts Calif. .. Says it's a finer stuff than most of UN nnaera 11
Fury"Starring the fact cando better other human beings. They for completingswitchboard.
J depot aeeln Rawson off to you In Florida Not bY'ahot.
II' Edmund Lowe work Since gas raOonin' Charmln chicken fry at have to be. Being human, I and every 001Mllfappolnt
-- ALSO SELECTED SHORTS started, he rides the train now Hilda an' Harry Houston's on SEE expect that operator do practice Each kDIjh& II

.J\ Blake Jackson, home on fur- Sante Fe Tuesday night Hon- a little Inward coming "bethef
i Wed.* Thurs., July 29, 30 DOUBLE FEATURE lough, givin the girls orin' Natalie. Marclonny) Cook. now and then. ,But their voice I don't know at'a
' an eye full or
No. "Shadow Of The Thin Man" of Navy blue Millie Vanland- I Washington, D. C.. and Paul an' L. M. GAINESFOR in the voice with a smile. Their made that way tbat 1Jo'COOII"
ingham back i Willie Alexander, guests of the Job Is to help' people' to talk tradltJoD ', ..'-
tJ' With Wm. Powell and Myrna Loy on the Job at the after tlh
! Park Cafe after a spell In River- Bill Mundy's Must have been with one- another DO.matter of a girl 0' 4141
; No. 2-"Hong Kong Nights" side Ho p. MarjorIe Patel plenty of good food ; Hear FREE what or why or when or how.A a few pair

!; With Tom Keene and Wera -"grin attractive newcomer, with the Dink Hart ate so much he DEMONSTRATIONTT lot of things are neededto cords that! It Yderfut. ,

, ALSO NEWS beautiful voice, from Chlpley. couldn't, get to sleep U1 four o'- provide telephone 'wervloe.' AU I know to fW ,

.t'; .Jacq Andrew. Joe Beatty. M.lna clock the next, mornin' MarI Mile of wire stretch high over. That these d (
, Frl, Sat.July 31, Aug 1-BIO DOUBLE FEATURE Bishop, Sara road and field. *. More milesof with their bratoJ f
Barefoot an" 'Joe I_. .n",_ -_. ._ ___ _ _ eDOUP'
I Andrews '' An '-''''-'' ''''_' .' cable ran under the Ja! no&
No. "Unseen Enemy"With (Jr) chrlstenin the new '''''-- '' ''',,,', _", "" groundThe hands JIeIIP
bridge near 'T"1 telephone exchange I. a work with their ...
Irene Hervey Leo Carlllo, Andy Devlne Blending Center with why, .
1 dance Friday night Buck maze of wire, eorda," relays, Perhaps Jiafswe \
I tblJl\l
No. 1JDis" '
2-"Mad Doctor ,of Market St." Crawford here on furlough ". DPJOld light But. for the beat telephone -' ordinary pooopIe and

''I With Lionel Atwlll, Una Merkel, Nat Pendleton service, for all thin mul- are! amazed If
JII
Claire Dodd Diminutive Dorthy Gray Is ) titude of apparatus sad linesof I That why we say will' ..
I
; ALSO CARTOON AND SERIAL Jelpln' conserve cloth by wearin rS3HDXVAV: \ ''3NI I J wire to serve bent under to 'em. That' k
her dresses varying "condition, human Intelligence Lucky tobeabtowptelephone
' shorter Ver be. ,III
MIDNIGHT SHOW SAT AUG. 1 11SO: r. M cornln. I mus' say Specially and understanding Is and hr '
'
"The Night Before The Divorce"With that blue number Hear lei; necessary. That' where theoperator cheerful, "how"-1'11'6 p 18.:"
blonde Irene Markham (Eden- m a I I'm. come! In. I -Numbr

Lynn- ALSO Bart SELECTED Mary Beth Hughes SHORTS, Nile_ Astber Job field's In) Jax checks. out. Surely soon will for be a f Ulafj STARKETELEPHONECOMAAII.

minted Tom an' Arline Har

ding are havln' the time of their .wMNMwwMIR+IaNm'rM/All.su. "" .+,nsnsmfaA'Mlsl, ., ..4MrM7ryI.. "" A. BISHOP Owner
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BKADFOK D COUNTY TKLKGRAPH.
ST.tKKK.
FLORIDA
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[ BITS of LOCAL NEWS James Edward Cottrell, who[ Mrs. R. S. Johns, who has been PAGE IRvT4I '

has been visiting relatives in 111 in a Jacksonville I Armed Guards
Tavares, returned her Tuesdayand 'brought hospital, was Watch Nazi Saboteurs
home
r gauss spent wednes- Miss Carolyn Green spent Saturday Mrs. is with his parent) Mr. and I son. Car) Johns.Wednesday Friends by her I
F In Jacksonville Bertha Pearce and Mrs. :Mrs.: J. D. Cottrell. I' of the ,
lck.
e McKinney spent Julian Farber Is visiting ernoon In Jacksonville. Rome J. Andrews who has Johns suffered a partial stroke. I [r,

A relatives In Tallahassee this been with Jimmy Cannon In tho ,
week
(,n jainesvllle Irvin Shack of Brooklyn N. Y., Bradford Barber Shop for the Mrs. W. B. Sewell and sister t t'I
is the guest: this week of :Mr. and pastfeVl' Mm. J. D. Cottrell, returned Q
Mrs. Ed months, Is now with
Langley
S. E.
E. Knight spent the
D Mrs.
"d Sirs, Jacksonville.hnv week-end with her parents in Murray Solomon.Mr. Sparks In the City Shop. where home Tuesday from Lcesburg, ew I 'I
,dos 'II Pelham, Ga.Charles they spent several days
and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez The "Wave Inn" because of the illness and death [
was a business moved last beauty shop of their F ( ,
Sale week old
Jacksonville Friday. Bishop and Bill Hayes tage at Kingsley Lake.Into their cot- which opened in the small %Vain- Oliver. friend. Mrs. Anna S. 1v i$

spent the week-end in Madison o wright building,_ on Temple
with relatives. Avenue three '
L poweU or four months
C.
and Mrs G. Mrs. Pate Gassett is spending; has closed. ago Mr. and 101"s. W E. Bryant
Lday In Jacksonville. a week with her mother, Mri. have returned from Cocoa, F Amt1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Luther G. Powell D. J. where < ....eaer ++
Payne, in Ozark, Ala. they spent their vacation with
made business
business a trip to Jacksonville Miss Betty Jane
Nollman
BMcCann was a who i their son and daughter-n! -iaW. Mr.
Gainesville Friday. on Tuesday. Beautiful Cleaning. Beautiful is taking: a summer Course at ,and Mrs. W. E. Bryant, Jr., and Ij
Tailoring at the FSWC at Tallahassee, will spend family.Mr. .
Miss Sadie Prince of Lake But Tailor. Starke-IUandlng the week-end with her father W.
;-; ; *; ler. spent the week-end here with Opposite Park Theatre. II. Nollman. j
and Mrs. J. B. Rivers .i
Miss Bobbie Cameron.Mr. and i
Miss Phyllis Leonard of Cres Lester Tyler of Chtldemburg !
V. E. Hecht of'
SAILORSD Starke
HERS, I cent City Is the guest of Mrs. G. was one Ala., were week-end guests of Mr.
of
and Mrs. W. a large number of Floridamen
H. Hart W.
Alderman
MARINES: the week-end with Mr. Hart's spent this week. who recently completed Rivers'Starke mother, and, Mrs.his Emma Riveraof .---.- .."_. '" -, .""..'"- -"".. f '

mother, Mrs. M. A. Hart, In Sur- Sam Anderson training at the Norfolk, Va., sisters Mrs. "
rency, Ga. has been work- Naval training station. P. S. Crews of the State Farm As E. P. Peterbur ct'r, St. one of the Nail saboteurs, enter a mar- .
Ing at the motor pool at Camp and Mrs. D. L. Shaw of La- tiall's vas members the army and FBI stand watch for any attempt "
__ Blandlng for several weeks. Crortae. t. free er molest the prisoners. AU eight. of the saboteurs faced trial
s, r a Sheriff A. O. Andreu and Police for their lives In the department of justice balldl..., "'.abIDct..., D. C.,
I
Miss Roberta Whitfield of the I Chief A. L. Alvarez went to Mr. and Mrs. Everett McKinney for planning to sabotage. American war Industries. .o

State Farm was a guest this Gainesville Tuesday to meet with spent the week-end with Mr. Mc- I

week of Miss Virginia Sewell. F. B. I. authorities In the In- Klnney'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dr. Lemuel Colson, dentist moved P. L. Gaaklna> of Nashville, Ga.,

.A terest of National. Defense. E. McKinney. Everett is attendIng 1 last Friday into an apartmenton who recently lived In Starke for I'
Mrs. E. J. Dowling the South Walnut street. For the
spent Fri University summer schoolat
n. working first in the
['lllRAVH EASIER day In Jacksonville with her Mrs. W. H. Nollman and daughter Gainesville, while his wife Is pant nine months. he had lived at year Camp t

r daughter, Miss Marian Dowling.Mrs. Miss Catharine Nollman, have FSA supervisor of Marlon County Crystal Lake. With Dr. Colson islanding pontofflce and then at ..

protected by gone to their ,cottage in High- at Ocala. will be bin wife, and his son W. Carpenter's Ding Store was a
:our money I i .. Lois Mayes has returned lands, N. C., where they will spend S. Colron, employe at the Pont visitor here this week. Three
EXPRESS from Titusvllle after the remainder of the summer. Exchange; at Camp ninndlng who
RICAN an extended Mrs. R. R. Mulchings and little montlm ago he enlisted In the
-.IA visit with friends and relatives. at the prevent time In. on maneuvers
IVELERS CHEQUES Jackfon! M. Rivers has returned week daughter from, Montie, arrived 1 a s t with the Blantllng boys. Army Air Corps, but 'was givena

to Boise, Idaho where he Tampa to spend awhile 00-ilay furlough He came downto
MIw
late Mary Ann Watson of Grif! with relatives and
refunded promptly is friendsbefore
fin Ga., in the guest of her uncle stationed at a military camp joining Mr. Misses Sara Barefoot, Marjorle, enter at Camp Ulandlng end
if lost or stolen. as a member of the military Hutchings, Patel, dartre Thomas, Lois New-
(on and po
aunt
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. lice. who has been transferred, from upon arriving here Monday receive
Mrs. Rivers will join him Home, Ruby Silcox, Caudle fifteen.
able everywhere uponidentification.Good Vining. MacDill
later. Field to Lynn Field at Joule Skipper, Seleta Sparks ami+l il n telegram extending hll
Ie Btilnbrldge. Ga. furlough :30 days more.
r the Rev and Mrs. A E. Lightfootand
Mrs. D.
|uSed. For sale at this OurBurgkyPoJi ter, Margaret A. Monteith and daugh- Mrs. Emma Carlton and Mrs. daughter; Nancy, left Tuesday
and Mrs W. H.
Graham spent Tuesday in Jack- Leona Furman o f Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Pierce, Jr., for Deland where they are Henry Manama" whit bus had
and extensive' experience u" an airplane -
sonville.Mr. guests Sunday and Mondayof daughter, Patsy, who have attending the Florida HuplUtAanembly
for Mrs. Carlton' brother and been for the past 18 months livIng which lit In sesnlon at pilot, has already passed a

,WARBOM.AtifSS y pay and Mrs. F. W. Varnado of sister-in-law, Judge and Mrs. A. at Mldlakeu, have taken an Stetson University.Hrautiful thorough physical examination by
John H. Thomas, "a u t h orlzed
Palatka Z. Adkins. apartment In the residence 01, I
what is .S"tolcDor spent the week-end here civil aeronautics medical I 1 -
: with her Mrs. F. H. Long. Mr. Pierce IL t'leianmg, Ilt-alltllul examiner
parents, Mr. and Mrs. an employe of the Bradford Tailoring: at the Ntarke-IlhandlnKTailor' ," at Giilnenvllle, and has
Eat>Rnt W. P. Smith. Paul E. Canova and family, County Telegraph Oppoidin Park Theatre.Capt. been recommended for a "com-
IEaNMENS destroyed. who have spent the past year In mercial certificate."' Mr, Mansmta.

G Miss Pat Lambe,. Miss Maxine St. Augustine, moved back to Pvt. C. W. Savage, who and Mrs. E. R. Smyth of expects to be called within ten
en-
Charley E. Johns Nogel and Mr. Vivian McCord Starke Tuesday, and are occupy listed In the U. S. Marine Corps: Columbia S. C., have arrived fora days either to ferry planes In-

IFEtfRIOTlC SERVICEIda Agency spent Sunday afternoon at Jacksonville ton ing their Avenue.home on..West Washing three months ago, Is now at Par- visit with Mrs. Smyth's mother, Mtruct cadets or as a coast patrol,

Beach. rla Island, S. C., but will soon be Mrs. Bertha Pearce. pilot.

Bank At Starke 119 STARKE Eaat Call FLORIDA Street Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Mr. and Mrs': T. D. Proctor, to transferred attend a to Radar Grove City Training, 1".., i?.2szs ..SZ2Si"!

Federal Corporation Dcpoalt, Inauranc. Telephone -, IS and son, Clif, of Jacksonvillewere who Butler recently to Gainesville moved, where from Lake they School. Pvt. Savage Is a son of QUICK SERVICE AND SATISFACTIONIS
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Savage of
R.prM ntlnfl are employed at the Florida Farm
r Florida National Group Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Lake
_THE,TRAVELERS, Hartford. Colony, were busIness visitors In Butler, and hla wife is the OUR MOTTO
-frfr -trft 1 Starke yesterday. former Mills Ktholln White, of:
Mr.
i I and Mrs. Paul Alexander Starke.

of Laurens, S. C., have returned Short Orders Sandwiches Cold Drinks
home after a visit here with Mr. J. F. Burton, with the U. S. ,

DR. LEMUEL COLSON'' DENTIST and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Engineers, who has been trans- James B. Stagg, construction And Delicious Home Made Pies
ferred from Marianna to Gainesville engineer with the Federal Works

I spent the week-end with his Agency, baa been transferred
129 ,East Call Street Grady O'steen of Plant City from
brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and Pensacola to Starke to work
|spent several days here this week Mrs. Sam Anderson in conjunction with L. C. Ifoch 1 AaA Luncheonette

in 9 A. M. to 7 P. M.: Evenings By Appointment I with Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bare- on the five projects which the I C f
foot and! '
family FWA III '
sponsoring here. Mr.
Miss Mary Ida Lennon and Zs.r e r r r ne r nnne7nC7ne7nnC7S7S70S74S7S7S S7C75 I j+
I Stagg Is taking the place of P. T.
Patty left
Campbell Starke Wednesday
Mrs. Frances Parker left Wed- I Piety, who in kept busy In Jacksonville -
G U'Y S 'M'A' WK'E' T nesday for Grand Rapids Mich., for their home In 'Wilmington and expects to remain '
I[where she will spend the remainder N. C., after' a few days' I here until the projects "WHY GO FISHING ? t
Phone 159 We Deliver of the summer. visit with Miss Eloise Bullock pleted. are com 'I

215 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida and the L. G. Hemingways. GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh ,

Mrs. Ludic Hiatt has rented .
--GROCERIES_- -, MEATS through W. T.' Clute, realtor, a home Miss Lucile Mitchell returned Water and Salt Water }'Ii'Jh.' Shrimp, etc. t
Saturday from
visit
a with
CaD Palace house on the corner of Madison relatives in Fresh Meats, Live and Dressed Poultry
Breakfast 1b and Church streets. T a I 11 1 a basses and

y FOOD .______ 7e BACON _______ _____ 29c: Quincy On Thursday she wentto Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S
Gainesville for a short visit
No. *W *-* Can Goad Round 1b Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and with Mrs. Hamilton RItch.

CHES ,____?_ 15c STEAK ____________ 35c children of Jacksonville spent sev- REPAIRING MARKET
eral days last week at their'cottage
-
Mr.
Z and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and
Can Reef n> on Kingsley Lake. son, Jimmie, of Tampa arrived 1.2 Block N. of Union Run Station on Jax Road

MATOES ,_______ lOc LIVER _____________ 32e this week for a visit at Klngsley
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and
Lake with Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
family have moved to Klngsley Beasley, Mrs. Jeanette Klncald,
Lake where they will spend the and Mr. and Mrs.: A. C. Durden. u
NAT SEZ: remainder of the summer. I BLANDING CENTER, INC.

Wonder what' become of Charle Mrs. Carl King and daughter,
Misses Nina Bishop and Jacqueline
BAR GRILL AND PATIO
Augustus Lindbergh and his pal Andrews, Joe Andrews, Shirley Ann, of Dalevllle) Ala., WHILE YOU ,
are spending a. ,few days with
.
SenatorVheeler. Jr., and Nettles
Ralph Sun-
spent Mrs. King's parents, !\fl'. 'and WAITAll Dancing and Entertainment .
VS
at Jacksonville
Just a few months ago they were day Beach. '
,Mrs. I. W, Longacre. Last week
doing most of the talking and Nightly Until One O'clock
the Longacres had an their guest Work Guaranteed.
now they seem to be so quiet. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mills, who
their grandson, Billy Longacre. Recreation Amusement Fun
Free speech Is a fine thing and are associated with the Ben Sus- Only The Highest Quality I

so In. free beer or free lemonade low Military Store, are enjoyingan Leather Usedrs.r Ii
i
HUGHES
for .that matter. extended vacation in New Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long of JEROME C. Operator
York. Gainesville spent Sunday herewith +rre-re
nut, just 'caune it's free, you Mrs. Brownlee and Mr. and
don't have to make a hog out of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. They were BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE
Mr. and Mrs. George Wainwright -
yourself. \ accompanied b y their granddaughters REPAIR
of Jacksonville spent Sat- TYPEWRITERSADDING
urday afternoon here with Sheriff Misses! Elizabeth and Arr r9 Ellen Long of Chicago who are
and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and MACHINES
family. visiting their Florida relatives. ;


Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.L. .
r D. Vinlng returned home Mon- YOU SENT YOUR PORTRAIT Repairs Service

day night after spending a week HOME? All Makes 1
with relatives and friends in

Very rich and very imart'-:you'll feel Georgia.Mrs. PRESENT THIS AD AND 50c AT OUR -

they're the very finest shoes you ever STUDIO. WE WILL !MAKE A- L. "BERT" '
F. H. Long went to Jack .. E. REAMES'

bought for this modest turn. sonville Tuesday to spend several $3.50 Oil Colored PortraitOF SALES AGENCY;

days with her eon-n-law and
Worn with pride by millions daughter, Dr. and Mrs. B. S. YOU. ONLY ONE TO A I PERSON 319 W. University Ave. Gainesville

Carroll. .

BON-ART STUDIOS j I r I
J, H. Loverln, of Miami is
223 S. Walnut Street Starke, Fla
of the Souvenir
taking care shop

5 for several days while I. W. ar4as 1CU4 ifIgHJI1r / ?

t50 Loncacre make a business trip ,. ..... .... .. v'"
to Miami. q .G P tvtNgane d.

Mrs. Margaret Durshlmer of TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSOn

BrooksvJHe Is spending sometime VIe suggest the exclusive

with her son and daughter-in-law account of conditions beyond our control Thermique hejlerless method

1 Mr.and family.and Mr. F. L. Durshlmer such as. the price of gasoline and the awful available to you, in our chop.

tire shortage we are forced to raise our cab
You will be delighted with the
fares 15 cents.
'Friend of Zach Brown will regret to
to learn that he la seriously J lasting quality-its lustre and beauty.ll1ffMOQJ .

I Ill in Asheville N. C., where he We. appreciate your patronage and hope to continue.

went several weeks, ago to spend serving you. .

the summer. [
c.: ...,.,.. M d rat.rI. i 20th f
..... -.-,dnull Misses Sara Barefoot and Freddie ,New rate effective July -

., MIM.. ,aSternberg's Wimberly spent Sunday aft-

ernoon In Lake City visiting Mrs.
TUlle Darby and Mrs. S. A. Bare- Slarte I
Beatify S'opeSla'
toot. They were accompaniedhome STARKE TAXI SERVICEJ.
by Mr*. Barefoot who will

spend a few weeks here with Mr. W. ANDREWS Florida
and Mr*. P. M. Barefoot and .
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c Census Figures Show 77.7 Percent Of MalesIn I New River NewsBy I food beautiful for 200 herd heal of bait He

I SECTIONRURAL I breed art
I Bradford County Have Or Want A JobIn pasture Brahman bn rr
later
___ Lazenby ENSILAGE: VALUABLEIN added thllt
the leading Jessie Lee Herfol'ds
I Bradford county 77.7 percentof Being In school! :. was FATTENING STEERS '

HINTS FOR THB1l0USEHOLD the males and 18.7 percent of cause for males not being Included MOODVFORSYTIIEMr. Floyd Wiggins Is very busy this as the food productiopMr. II'

COMMON SENSE. . the females over 14 years of age In the labor force. the and Mrs. Joe Forsythe of week grinding silage for his and Mrs R
In
were classified as "in the labor Of the 2,988 females Lake Butler announce the mar- trench silos. He Is assisted by family 4 'rur,

NEED FOR PLANS SAVE THE SEWING MACHINE force" in 1940, according to a county within the age classification riage of their daughter, Beulah 10 men a tractor, gasoline water Pace entertained M tt
560 In the labor ;orce. of Ft
State Planning Board were My.,
Florida
In history," Sewing at home, always economical 89 iuey are residing In Stuart. pump and mule and wagon. The "
before our .
:' "Never releasedU. Of these 45O were employed, Vivian i
of recently of Dowling
Harold Hume sold l recently now becomes patriotic.Through compilation relief Mae to Corp. Seeber Moody silo Is dug near a branch on a Lie
Dr. H. S. Bureau of the Census data. were on public emergency well-drained place and as the a fish fry
home sewing more labor Camp Murphy.The Tuesday
It been more urgently work
r "has males work and 21 were seeking ,
There were 3.044 over Hampton
Important for farm peopleto and machinery will be released ceremony was performedat green corn-stalk, ears, and all- Lake 1Sn
in 1940. Pa
materials. 14 years of age In the county C. C. is ground and put Into the silo be remembered. .,
Rev.
the
be self-sufficient and productive to produce military 2.364 of which were classified as Of the employed females, the the home of Ave, p-

to plan and cooperate." Skillful sewing requires an efficient In the labor force< which means largest occupational group was Butler, July 3, with only a few the gasoline pump forces a con- Mrs. Chester, Moody
been
from
stream of water the
advocate of rural cello machine. It must friends as witnesses tinuous with her,
Long an ( sewing Of these domestic service workers. The close hUsband
In
job.
having or reeking a
of making the farm be well Moody was dressed In a branch into the fodder as it is for the past two
Mrs.
sufficiency, be clean, run smoothly, 2,081 were employed, 204 were on largest industry was domestic serI I montbl
feed the farm family, Dean Hume adjusted and equipped with the public emergency relief work and vice, with Agriculture second. Being becoming blue silk dress with packed down. pected to return lOon Pft

called attention to the serious proper size of needle and thread. 79 were seeking work, when the engaged ,)in their own housework white accessories. Mr. Wiggins has 25 acres of Is Completing hla radls

conditions which now exist in A well cared for machine not count was tallied two years ago. was the principal reason for I this ensilage and estimates that It there and will\ return to

this country as a result of the only sews better, but outlasts one For males farmers and farm females being considered as not PRIEST REUNION and will produce approximately 100 Field later. Mrs. Mood,

" war and pointed out that "It Is up that is neglected. Also it Is a comprised the largest In the labor force. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest tons. The ensilage remains In the about a month prior *?'

i to the farmer to feed not only patriotic duty to conserve all managers Laborers constituted the major two daughters, Mrs. L. B. Alvarez trench silo, which Is covered with band leaving.

himself 'and his family now but home equipment made of metal. occupational the largest group.Industry Agriculturewas group, occupation group for negro men; and Mro.! Fred Frances, and the of dirt until faIL Then Mr. Wiggins Ethan Sapp and daurtl

, to feed hla fellow-Americans In Here are some suggestions incleaning with forestry and fishery second. domestic service tor negro women. little grandson, Edward Priest other "rounds up" many of his zette, have returned from'!

arms and other people of the a sewing machine: Starke joined all the steers and puts them Into a close vacation trip.

1 United Nations.\ When in constant use, oil the -- Priest brothers and sisters (ex- covered pen and give them this atlve in Ft.! Pierce TheY'll;:

"To do the tremendous tasksof machine every day; Use care in Feed Hogs MineralsFor Bradford Farmers cept one brother) at Crystal feed mixed with cotton seed Beach Lake Worth, 'crl GCts
.
the present and to accomplisheven selecting the oil. If the machine Cash Promise To Exceed River Sunday for the annual re- meal and snapped corn. It doesn't Mulberry and Tampa, !
heavier tasks in the future, Added union. After dinner, W. J. Priest, *
Hunt
and
, runs hard the oil in the bearings take much of..thla feed to start a grandson, Ben

the farmer must as never before, is probably hard. If ao, Inject During the next few weeks Flor- Food Goals of High I Springs treated the show In pounds on these fellows Mulberry, returned R,!
, study his problem on his land, lay crowd to a nice yacht ride down brother
kerosene into all working parts. ida farmers will turn between after they learn to eat It, and niece and
: out bis plans for now and for the Then run the machine rapidly 300,000 and 900,000 pigs Intq com, Farmers of Bradford County, the river and out into the gulf. Before these steers are put up the week with them. 1tIl

I future, and give them all the without any needle. Wipe I It peanut sweet potato and chufa as their pro rata share "of theNatlon's Mr. and Mrs. Troy Andrewsand and fed they have access to Improved -' The farmers In this co

thought and power at his command thoroughly, oil with high grade 1942 "food goal, were pasture. Each year Mr are busy pulling
,I fields for fattening, and the pigs of children of Morrlston were fodder ilia
.
ald.I '
Dean Hume asked to raise 20 acres pea-
ing
for tractors and fences In potatoes.
oil-the kind recommended to gain between 33 Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wiggins
are expected visiting
I He made this suggestions to all during 1942 and 20 acres
sewing machines.. After a few .and SO million pounds In weight Quts were Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd more pasturage. Last month he Mr. and Mrs Leater( ,
farmers: hours, oil It again. Never clean during the fattening season. W. have been promised. They "tractored in" 150: acres and lough entertained
Wiggins Sunday. a to
and them 308,508 gal
Make plans carry requested to produce
the electric motor with kerosene. planted carpet and Bohla.
grass Saturday
through. J. Sheely, animal husbandman lons of milk, whereas. they went M,'. and Mrs. T. H. Sheppard evening win
Use only a dry dustless cloth. with the State Experiment Ser- It now supports about 65 cattle. cream party,
. Separate wants from needs. "over the top" with promises of spent Sunday In Ft. White with
To clean the working parts, re- vice that If the fattening Mr. Wiggins estimates that this
. Forget the wants for the present says 356,803 gallons. They were ask- relatives. M. G. Dennis, Mrs.Sheppard's .
rease the belt from the balance pigs are fed the mineral pasture!' after three years, will RULED INDE.\"cAEnJ
work basts proper of 263- father returned with
down a
and get to on ed to aim at an output
wheel. Remove the thread, will fourttt have reached its height in pro 91 per M-
upper mixture they gain one- BRADFORD
of needs-needs for the farm and 725 dozen eggs, and promised them for a week's visit. C XI
side plate, bobbin case needle, more on the same feed. duction and will produce sufficient TELEGRAPH.
family and needs for ofers.Grow 407,927 dozen. k Joe L. Dowllng and daughter,
foot. Take out all the
premier Thus Florida farmers have an -------
food and feed.,of such They were asked to plant 901 Vivian, of Live Oak spent Sun- 2tarasaSa sosavrsa cacast 'n
In the under the
.. kinds and In such quantities as screws foot. Remove plate the throat opportunity to increase their Incomes gardens in the County, but pro day with Mrs. Rhoda Dowllng.: w FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
pressed <
Y million dollars
are needed. If this is done, It around one mised 598 they were asked Vivian remained here to spend
only ;;
and truck trans plate. Put all these pa'rts in a and add something like 10 million Many Yearn Experience Slakes It Possible for
will save railway to raise 0.312 hogs, and pledged the week with her uncle and Me to L.
portatlon, provide better living< box for safe keeping. pounds to the national meat 12,225. They were asked to raise aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner. EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS: : SERVKxl

the Next turn back the head to supply by the simple expedientof _
and health for people on 1,983 beef cattle, and promised to Friends of Shy Brown and MODERATE PRICKSDeWITT
farm, and help to meet the needsof reach the under side. Turn the feeding mineral mixtures to
raise 2,301. will be C. JONES
"Tinker" Johns glad to
other Americans and the balance wheel slowly, removing their fattening hogs. Sheely says
As far as' "promises" go, the learn that they are helping Uncle Starke, FloridaZSZ525Z5ur'
United Nations. all lint and dust with a toothpickor the cost of the minerals wouldbe
stiff brush. Flush the beatings in goal has been more than reached Sam In the welding capacity,
f Make repairs on farm machinery very slight comparison.In ;
Instance with tbe ex- both are in the Pensacola
In They
every
and and with gasoline. Turn the'machine
e equipment promptly addition to falling to make
thoroughly to avoid accidents, to upright. Do the same for other gains as rapidly as they would ception of gardens, where the Welding school and are enjoying W. T. CLUTEREALTORF.
lacked full third of beingreached. their work fine.
I eliminate delays and waste, and moving parts. Clean off excess with, minerals, hogs without min goal a H.

eh to keep machinery and equipment gas, oil with sewing machine oil, erals often become weak and un- Everett Renfroe, who has been A. LOANSWe

working as long as possible. and run by band to work the oil thrifty and lose their appetites. This Information was made employed in wharf building in want the listing on your property

Grow legumes to increase fertility Into the bearings. Replace the Mineral supplements keep them public by County Agent L. T. Norfolk Va., has returned home We'- have some wonderful properties for gale

of the soil. parts removed put on the belt, thrifty and Induce more economical Dyer following the fixing of for a few days visit before being
See about Real
Strive to the utmost to meet and run the machine without gains. quotas by the Agricultural Extension called Into service. He has had us your Estate Needs

; Individual' production goals asck- thread or material until the oil Sheely says animal husbandmen Service at the Universityof all but his final physical examination 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE I

ed by the government."Plan Is worked out of the bearings. Florida. which will be soon at Camp
estimate that the average pig
work and cooperate with Wipe off excess oil, thread up, Blanding. Mr. Renfroe has recently -
placed In fields of corn peanuts,
your neighbor as much as possible and stitch on a scrap until the chufas or sweet potatoes gains GUM BRANCHBy been in Ft. Myers visitingthree

thread looks clean. A bit of about 100 pounds during the fat Mrs T. N. Norman of his sisters! Mrs. Pliney SINCLAIR PRODUCTS

.. "Plan, work, and cooperation," wool tied around the presser foot tening season, without minerals. Crews Mrs. Buck Williams and

the dean said, "are the three requisites above the needle will absorb any With minerals each pig should Miss Agnes Sapp of Jacksonville Mrs. Ragan Pace. Mrs. Pace returned Gasoline Oils, and Fuels

for doing the job." excess oil. who has been visiting her with her brother for a ,
gain around 125 .
.. The sewing machine la clean pounds.The parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, week's visit with her brotherinlaw WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING
STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS and for mineral mixture for hogs to her home last week.
ready any adjustment returned and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R.
15o each- BRADFORD needed. recommended by the Experiment Mrs. A. D. Norman and children J. Turner.Mr. GIVE US A RING_ WE DELIVERH.

COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Station consists of SO I pounds and Mrs. Homer Stearns
and Mr.
E. A. have
Sapp

: AUTO PARTS Those Pesky Ants steamed marble dust bone or meal ground,_ 50 limestone pounds, were enta, visiting Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Norman's R. M. Johnson par-- completed Smith their house screening E. TUCKER, Agent
ri, Johns did the work and he
Can Be StoppedFor 23: pounds common salt, 23 at Graham Saturday.F. .
I did swell For Sinclair Co.
really a job. Refining
pounds red oxide of Iron, 1 pound
' USED Tmms.10 HAVE S. Sapp.'and E. S. Sapp
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews
YOUR SIZE). GENERATORS, Florida homemakers whose pulverized copper sulfate and 1 made a business trip to Gaines Rudolph Phone 158 Starke, Fla.fcvl .
in St.'
spent Sunday Augustine
AUTO GLASS -'CASH FOR homes have been Invaded by ants, ounce cobalt cblorlde.Reducing ville Monday.

.1. CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY Dr. A. N. Tlssot. State Experiment Miss Dorothy Norman spent visiting relatives. -- -.

, r.. CONDITION. I Station entomologist, suggests Mortgages the week-end in Jacksonville with


Used Autos $2y up Dispose these of control all food measures.scraps thatmJ&hl Helps Uncle Sam relatives.Mr and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and ).;,.' '-i.",",';". 'Q R'' .>.''.;';,''.;-<:', ,"i'\1. \

attract ants, and keep sugar In War children of C' "if. ALL 01
Effort"Shall Sampson City spent let's ALL
HASKINSAUTO kel ;"
and other foods of which the Sunday with F. S. Sapp. W. stUliliu Our go
,
PARTS pests are fond in ant-proof con- I buy war bonds or reduce Mr. and Mrs.. Carlton Chastain flat muff /ib"tllS

North of Town Road IS tainers. my farm mortgage Indebtedness and little daughter of Jackson- ;
en !
; 'TJ Liblltyl VICTOR
Sprinkling the trail of ants while I have a chance?" ville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ': Save our
with derrls or pyrethrum powder, .,- STAMPS ,for'BtlY
AND
This lea question some farmersare J. S. Sapp one day last week. BONDS _
borax, o r sodium flourlde, or WAR Rout.7Soa -- -
asking/ secretary-treasurer of Mrs. B. M. McRae and children Ted Ginn.

spraying the ants with a good their national farm loan associa- and Miss Geraldine Harnage were Tee don.a t as.....a to Mrs.Drive. Jackpevwe.riding'J i u\$'I lee -t ,
household
spray may drive them tions and the .Federal Land Bankof visiting relatives In this section J09-A.innft for the asst' toik J
off if they have been in the house the ..
Columbia. In answer to the Sunday.:! sFlogdae(
only a short Mail X
time. If sodium YOU7'7SZI0IlJa.nCk.oawilie.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. and
query, Julian H. Scarborough, Sapp <
flourlde Is used It a h o u I d be o.
president' of the Federal land lion, Rudolph, visited Mr. and Mrs. jI1.;

placed where children and pets bank, says: Ardel Crosby'at Starke one day t,. ""
cannot get It, because, it Is very last week. :-#
poisonous. "Money sent to the Federal T>HISwarwllIbeJ.
This community was saddenedlast 4"
,
t Poisonous arsenate and thallium land bank for future paymentson won by the side .
land bank Friday by the news of the 4" .; ,
sulphate baits In sweetened liquidor or Comml.alonerloanswhich that gets there "fustest
death of Mrs -Ellen 'Johnson In
'
jelly, are very effective In is one way of reducing Jacksonville Mrs. Johnson withthemustest"inmenand ,,, .
controlling the medium and small farm mortgage indebted has machines You can be sure our ,. /
4 /
visited! quite a bit In this
com-
Army Navy and Marines will
,
red ants but
they should be
placed Government
munity and made a number of
carefully and safely. fight harder than any of the Axis I l
with the friends. Nations thought could fight.
Another type of poisonous bait U. S. Treasury. This men

"NEW LIFE"for that has proved effective remainsIn makes the farmers feel they are TRAIN SCIIKDULE But it's up to us-each of us-to heipwin. /

Conserve your gas, your tires,
accomplishing not one but two
a container with Southbound
an opening
Spring only large for things in placing their cash in No. 1 local your purchase of foods-turn in your
enough the ant. ( ) due Starke 11:15: scrap metal and rubber-and other
To kill ants In their nests, the future payment fund-they
usea
OxfordsGet PM.No. essentials- so that our men will have
pointed stick to punch one or provide for their own security and 191 (Miami) due Stsrrke the machines of Victory. Let's all go

Out Those Old Spring more eight-Inch holes down into stop payment of Interest on that 10:38: PM all out I

Slippers. We'll Make Them the nest, and pour a tablespoonof part of their loan equal to the No. 108 (l local'due Starke 9:28:
funds deposited, and
carbon they are
bisulphide calcium AM.
or
Do For Another Season. cyanide Into each hole and plug assured that the money will be Northbound Help I THIS WAY too' !, Machinery mnnemrut
working for Uncle reason you
the hole with moist dirt. Carbon Sam. No. 2 (local) due Starke 3:45: That' the de

The Electric Shoe bisulphide Is highly inflammable, Mr. Scarborough declared that AM.No. r' can help do your part by asking tor the JAX JUMBO For but

odorous, and poisonous while cal- each farmer's problem Is a little 192 (through) due Starke JAX JUMBO it a full, 31 ounce quart bottle that requires l

Shop cium cyanide is very ,poisonous, different so naturally each ans 6:28: AM. one metal bottle cap. You release for vital Victory needs .*It

Opposite Park Theatre so both should be used with ex- wer must be different. He assures No. 108 (through; ) due Starke t bottle caps everytlm you ask for the JAX JUMBO. AnJ you

tremo care. Calcium cyanide, farmers however, that war bonds 6:43: PM. '." lure of getting your share of the famous Drink of Fnerw''' '

and future payment funds do not No. 44 (through) due Staike It's convenentlO: ,
You'll like buying the JAX JUMBO.
r oppose each other, but go band 3:28: P1\(. the JAN JI.MBO: ,
In hand. Reservation carry easy to store in your icebox.: "lou'nlike.

SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! I Starke, and train Bell ,r'r'; ; too, because it's the

particularly, should be used with patriotic way to
No. 101 leaves Starke 7 AM.
care because It will burn the skin buy beer I SLOGANEERS
No. 102 arrives Starke Mote to
1:50::
AND ECONOMICAL! and Its fumes should not be In- PM. Our closes with this advabst'IIIIS
contest
haled. l
iU
Dally except Sunday I lit beer at home merit, on Midnightyour July 24.before Be the

RIDE THE BUSSES BUS SCHEDULE & ,t ; and don't need the entry is i itime. postmarked ".d '.1t
Leave Starke whole bottle, gently Winners ol this .week
l m j remove the mail Thankraentao
cap pour
will be notified by
Courteous, Correct Information Northbound Eantbouiul Watch Your your JAX carefully. response.
3:40: A. M. 3:15 A. M. % then force the cap jour generous

Given You At 9:45 A. M. 7:30 A. M. Kidneys A sent back on the bottle ---RULES-mtnnead.

1:40 P. M. 6:45: P. M, bemnt and put the remain- 1 You may send in at many

UNION BUS STATION 2:35: P. M. St. Augustine Help Them Clean the Blood ing beer back In w..ka.youwant. Mni cd) by'
2:45 your icebox for later J Each entry must be *CCO" from.",
P. M. 7:20 A. M. of Harmful Body Wa.teVour ,
3:50: P. M. 6:40 P. M; "Ida. are conitantly. flltertat use. I twill keep aftUJW JAX BWS. *.
for ;
... hours.BEER .
matter from th.blood*tram.But many '
6:20 P.
: M. po-
For Palatka I i
utriwill )
e
luda.1IltOmotilac In be
their
work-do
Any
slogannnow ,
.. 8:15 In ,. but,
.
F ---a L "'- P. M.' net art aa Nature intended-fail to remove cow"
11:15 P. M.Jacksonville. Impu,U.. that. It retained, may 1 Ncatnraa and originality *" to ..., ?
pOlltOa tk..y.t.m nab apt th. wbol. apecial credit will' be I"
body ..."Iaory. elaborate diaplay. t""co!
Service
Careful
Drivers
Prompt Symptom.mar be naff Inf backache. this weak musabepn I.
Leave Starke 5 E"trie.or I,
...
.. '...at txndecb.attackeddiutneaa, later than UOO ", ldn'lIh'y ]tII.I t
Southbound "'('"aboun.13M letting up aifhm. ...11I... puffinew no become prort..r ihtiJae
under the .1..-a foaliac of s.rvou.aaai.ty All .logana .
A. M.
8:23 A. M. and 1 too* of and B..IIomp.ny.;
Starke Taxi ServicePhone 10:35: A. M. 1:40 P. M. .Other .,.... of .kidney pop or bladder itrenith.di-. } wino. not.: pri'" .,11''M"

12:40: P. M. 5:53 P. M. ,too.d.r frequent aomotimiai urination.burning., ....t, or j ln awarded..w oflies. duDlicae

Not to Gainesville 12:40: A. M. Thar. .ahould be no doubt that' prompt The of the J..... I.anal I :
".tmena I. wlaer' than ...Iect. U.. contest neryn'end
150 3:35 P. M. 8:25: P. M. D..,n't fill*.v...'. ha.* been wlnninc' 1 Th. I. open to dthr)...
6:35 P. M. ___._ new friend fer mar thnn forty yenr ,....o(."......pt e"ployHrfIC'I.. .
They b... a natloawwldo reputation.rocommoaded .:" Brewing (;0Ita, advernn.
9:45 P. ),1. 8:25 A. M. Ar. by mteful people the nMtnbon o/ their .mllin.
Not to Ocala 8:25 P. IT. eo.ntry eve Mi* roar netfMer/

Day Night Via Gainesville ... -=.. JAX r. iys.vL

Gainesville' Ocala. Tampa. DOAN :"' + .
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LLB 2g, 1912 BRADFORD COUNTY TKt-KQttAPn.: STARKE. FIORn

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V .-.w? ::Q: ,; ': .ri: ..).:i.. ':IIQ rmftgnyMmnphta'rnl.: ; ::: :I;i I SAMPSON CITY t I

I By 1'IrtI. H.! E. Jones
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SUCCESSFUL Mrs. W Burton Crawford of
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hlnIa } -{ Charleston M.I ,Frncler S C. and of Gainesville Mrs. Kenneth Kathleen Norris Says :


\J : aCltw PARENTHOOD were here recently visiting Miss

A Mamie Mr. and Hall Mrs. B. S. Jones and Our Households Face! Rough. Weather .

d8C two sons Jackie and Rodger, of Bell SynJieat.-WNU r..tur... ,
*+ T Tampa are heie visiting their

PROCESSING 1 brother and slster-in-law, Mr. and
Pa We Preparation Require .xelwelwwtbMln. '-' c.... Iy )MBS. CATHERINE: CONRAD EDWAXDtMeeaatae Mrs E. D. Jonell.Announcemf'nts. rI r

..." Mlnulw hunch I rL
AeaedaM K4IaM. Loeser' were received
1'a w..... ".real :I r.a0.% 180 40 10 here last week of the marriage of I ,[L

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pock wad'. aina. cut...I...S whoa. 180 TEACHING A CHILD TO SWIM Miss Dorothy Eleanor Smith, e i 1
7t ...coat 5 nnul.a 40 10 daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. A. L a'"- ''i'if4OIlTW" '

) Sfc.ll g.d..w.h.. sneer S....ute.. 180 55 Since it Is Important for a child secure that way. This keep away Kirby Smith of Hawthorne, to IO TOP. rc tt '
g Mwnpock.Wo 10 to learn to swim in the years when panic but allow freedom for kicking Lt Wilson Pershing Bourgeois, '
1 GRoceR .I
toT *.._I.l....i ts.l IS ulmr.ti 120 40 he is learning to do other things in the water. It also allow son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bourgeois ; ,
dkeh/" p.CL 10 with his body parents will make enough of the body to be Immersed of Gainesville The CAR
....-aunt IMVM, -...,aracMt 120 a special effort to provide tome to give the sensation of floating It wedding 1 HOME if* ir j I
5..I.....,.dd (Inch. ....>., 40 10 "swimming as usual" opportunities is this awareness that the body can was an event of July 10, In CLOTHINGlmprr -. !I'
wool. a.., .c..1 ".......' 120 for their families this summer. actually be supported by the water Alexandria, La. Mrs. Bourgeois
bt pod has.. 35 10 Don't overlook the local body of which the child must absorb-Just spent her early girlhood; days : ot""T" ;

....-ouWt Lawn,_...,-l 150 35 water that you can reach by bus. telling him or showing him by floating here and friend will be pleasedto / 6ta[tat.' 6 6t ,
4.,".....puck.mm 10 After all the "ole swimmln hole" yourself won't do it. extend congratulations.Mr. _. .
.. talk pr.cook 9 mini.. 210 80 was once the most celebrated scene The next step Is to teach the and Mrs.! Gilbert Brown
u pock 10 of youthful exploits in the water. child to put his face under water and small I, t
Cut ken cofcj prcopock .e.wnykart The first step In teaching a child without fear. Take him in your lion, Marvin, spent a ?l' .
210 80 10Wah to swim is to overcome fear of wa arms and let him hold on to your few days last week with rela. /

,Mon te will ter.' Such an aversion Is natural to neck as tight as he wants to and tives In Jacksonville .
.lsk" pack loa..". 180 (60 10 most children because fear of not then slowly stoop down until his Miss Mamie Hall has returned rnpo ,

Waih par, ",....., 5 ninny 90 35 being supported is an instinctive :. shoulders are covered with water. home after spending a few daysIn
Turnips part 10 one. Certainly it Isn't conquered Now tell him you are going to bea Gainesville and Palalka. In

t Sh.lt. grade (UM .nV young) pr.cook 180 60 (or at least but rarely) by the fish or a seal Hold your nose Gainesville Miss Hall visited' Mrs. d .
.a )muiiilM pack laoMlyCut 10 rough method once recommended of between your fingers, make a fun W I Ioo
in''..... .'.am o* bat until l.nd.,. throwing the child into the water. ny face to amuse him and duck, Kenneth M. Frazier and In Pa- .
Squash packVegetable 180 60 10 At first don't even try to force a your head quickly Into the water. latka she was the guest of her H\

r.ck cold add soh timid child to paddle in the water. Come up laughing and tell him how sister Mrs. T C Thomas i
.a wa''.'. 30 Take him in your arms and walkto much fun it is. Then suggest that Joe S Williams has been called ,

the water's edge. Then casuallysit he be a seal. Assure him that you to the army and Is now stationed, )

Preparation and Processing Guideck down with the child In your lap, will hold him tight and that you at Camp Blanding. Joe in a well OD
your own feet dangling in the wa will be a seal with him.
ter. Play gently in the water with The next thing is to get the childto known young man of our com- O -
I Those Shelves your hands and the child's love of stay in the water without the munity and carries the best Q
TillS WEEK'S MENU imitating you will lead him to the support of a hand or a rubber tube. wishes of many friends. 2

if Raspberry. Cherry Fruit Cup same activity. Walking in water This usually takes two adultsfa.ther Pvt. Henry M Mlckle of Camp
Is youit gasa 0'o ,
yours 0
Wed pride of Lamb Steaks Just deep enough to cover the toes for instance can hold the child Blanding and Miss Irene Long of a .
t the summer's crop comes next. Clasp the child's handin while mother moves just far enough Gainesville ,
vegetables, nicely Creamed New Potatoes yours to give him confidence. away so that when Dad shoots him Ma we revisiting Mists / o o o Oa
put up on your Buttered GreensOnionOrange Gradually getting used to the across the water to her, he is rale Hall last Tueuday 1.- J fl fll
canning shelf for, Salad horizontal or lying position in the scarcely In the water until he ar. Mr. and Mra E. D. Jones and ,

'comes the winter, water and learning to kick the rives in her arms. Gradually in. I Mrs. B S. Jones and two sons l \ I

you have but toopen Raisin Bread feet and arms while in that posi- crease the distance but always be I were visitors to Starke Sunday i
of those Custard Pie Beverageset tion are the next lessons to be careful to catch him firmly so that afternoon. S I.
one learned. A good way to begin is he never gets a fright! Finally i I I.I
|>brightly colored to put the child across your knees get far enough apart so that he will I Mr. and Mrs. T. C Thomas and

I)1 Jars with toma them in a draft but rather away while you are sitting in water Just have a chance to kick and use his daughter, Ann, Mr. and Mm.

toes peas beans, from one. with Jars far enough apartto deep enough to leave his body aboveit arms a bit in getting. from one to Lewis James and little son.
beets or carrotsor allow a free circulation of air and let him splash with both hands the other. Robert of Palutka, Mrs. Ray- *. she chiltlrrn ./orrr/iiWy/ wish, / lA. throttling power o/ debt the tAe
any of the other around them.Stacking and feet. Or have the child lie on When he has reached the stage mond W. Frazier of Dawson, Gi ., IV.ion will// &H( alarm I". nrvt of' thtri/ iM. ira pac at wtt at in war. f
favorites his stomach in the sand and practice where he can take four or five of r
vegetable and Mis. J, B. Kessler of Savannah -
the Jars or covering them leg and arm movements. these dog paddle strokes, act surprised By KATHLEEN NORRIS t
and partof with a cloth does not allow for free The next step is most easily accomplished and tell him that he is swim. Ga., spent Sunday here with it I.V THE Rim
THE old
that well bal. circulation of the air. Jars should with the help of Inflated mlng. Make quite a_fuss about it their mother and grandmother, clipper days To those who never quit
anced meal Is rubber but if of the then W. Hall. I IN of a captain's job
not be packed in boxes or In the nothing sort From on practice and encour. respectively Mis. Josle part managti to make the proverbial .
and on Its way to the table until is available substitute your hand un agement, and when he is ready fort Mis Kessler remained for u long- know when a storm was ends meet who
canning cupboard aluiaytfeel
they are ; :
der the child's stomach to give instruction in more advanced
,al when canning was an cool. ger visit with her mother and coming. lie watched the sky that little
properly '
light support. Or hold the back of stroke will finish the job of teaching extravagancft
9c and highly questionablebut When the Jars are cool test to his bathing suit it he feels more a child to swim. will be remembered by older and when there was trouble are necessary "just this nnce"; I
all this Is past now, friends as Mini Maggie Williams
see if they are sealed properly, by ahead he sent every man he who are more than willing to

em and now victory put up garden any of prod.the taking a spoon and tapping the lid WCTU GLEANINGSTwo could spare up into the yardsto pay the doctor the grocer the

gently. If they give off a clear, SE collector time
la ne\t to
-
;
be certain that It will be HOJL Madison, War llrroe To lie shorten the sails.
ringing sound, they are properly hOle
anil all other like them
,
to look at, good to eat Honored FASHIONPATRICIA
e the had been
Perhaps ship
sealed. If the sound is low and dull, who
are never completely on
if take
not b. spoiled you
le precautions that make there's a leak somewhere: and you Madison, July 16th.--Two Madison sailing along swiftly in fair I/to credit tide of the ledger,

situ! canning. would do best to re-can the food, HOMEIy heroes of the war will be weather.Perhaps there hadn't Kathleen Norris offers a solemn .

method for canning vegebj and prevent spoilage.Sterilising honored by State officials and been a cloud in the sky as she warning; that the peace .

the pressure cooker. Jars,Caps, Lid,. Army detachment from two air had spread her white wings to that cornel alter this war will
bases during the American Heroes
cern here Is to be sure to To dip the Jars, lids and caps In Program here to-morrow. aY the kiss of the winds. Dut bring greater. freedom, a

the exact length of time hot or warm water ,is not proper Iy Cov.-Spessard L. Holland, Atty. squalls come up swiftly and happinett, 'greater r.tUfff''I'I 1

tble requires,'as indicated 'sterilization.' Before placing In sterilizer General Tom Watson, and Maj. DOW smart seamen deal with th.m In ty only to thote whom, lives, ,

ble at the top. If not prop.c.lled wash all caps and Jars and A a ket of Slices M u,'. let h.. C. B. Black of Dale Mabry Field stantly. ,Long before rough gales are not clouded by the '

the food will spoil. lids in soapy suds, then rinse thor will pay tribute to.Colin P. Kelly, reach them they have every. bit of edge that, although they .

touting ..Vegela"....) oughly.. ,,Place In a'pan en a rackor Hot, humid days mean extra care who crashed to his death after canvas roped and tied, and the ship where, the next meal .Ie'I I'I

'. tender vegetables freshly on a cloth laid on the bottom ol homes.of foods And to prevent since adequate spoilage refrigeration in our piloting an Army bomber which I i. ready to dive head on Into the ing from, they will I

( give you the best finished the pan and pour warm water over isn't the sole necessity in sank a Japanese battleship earlyIn waves and slip unobstructed through not be able to pay for

Canning cannot remedy them. Bring to a boll and boll for this campaign against waste here the war and to Emedoar Futch, the seas.Your I

'mature produce so do 13 minutes. The equipment may are some suggestions to keep in Navy gun crew officer aboard a household and mine are slons. Olives and celery must be
stay in the hot water longer, until mind. facing rough weather. Of America'smore
t it to. Nor, should you merchant ship, who scored a hit upon the table whenever there I I.
you are ready to-use it. First of all. market wisely. This than 40 million homes all except
.
> what submarine. .
can you cannot dis- on an. enemy ,I' : company. Friends In the hospital
I it the table while fresh. Speed I* Necessary.The fruits means and to watch vegetabe the quality as well of as your the Planes and troop from Mabry : a few are going to feel the must have Rower

elal canners use vegetables Field at Tallahassee and, Moody .It'.t: .4 strain of the coming months- i
Don't overstock. Foods
time from which the vegetable quantity. n.r months so vital In the history of the These are the niceties and luxuries -
i order, not leftovers, so It that you have In such excess of Field at Valdosta Ga., will par Wi.Y 1 of living; we have accustomed
or fruit are picked and canned ri world and of civilization that,
i you, homemaker to take your needs must be properly storedto ticipate In the program. : t
i ourselves to them, and It Is hard
should be pared down to exceed not them in condition. whatever our personal losses or
l'a
fern them, keep good -TImes Union. to do without them It Is much
more than two hours. Changes take Second, be sure that you can fears, we must feel ourselves privileged -
10.11 li Important. You'll place in the composition of the food tore your foods in such a way as 1 to live In them. more pleasant to have a nice girl In
ng cool water trickle National Hero A T etot..lerMrs. a cap and apron serving dinner, and
which makes it less desirable for to preserve the maximum of vita. We are going to win the war.
I trickle Colin Kelly, the widow of to be able to the of
over the vegetables canning, each hour It i Is allowed to mina and maintain their full flavor.' whether It takes us five months or Ignore question
Itfiem entirely of every trace stand without being canned. Berries and other soft fruits suchas the heroic Airman who stayed by five years, or fifteen. dishwashing and clearing afterward -
1 Any soil left on the vegeta- peaches and pears should be his flaming flying fortress that than to serve things up in a
I carry bacteria and thus be Packing the Food. spread out on a platter. This permits his crew might parachute In Y Something" to Hope Far. scramble, with Molly running In and

factor in spoiling an other- more air to reach the fruit safety, declares "Colin didn't It may be that this coming out of the pantry setting the table
the food down in the
Sandwiching and prevents mold. Citrus fruits autumn will the tide turned
see
product smoke nor drink., I know that and Mother cooking.
Jar too tightly prevents the heat be tightly but .e :
should not packed 4I will assure us the worst Is over, and
II i the jars of covered container. many of his flyer friends didn'teither. But none of these things la ae
will in
vegetables as from getting around it and result keep best a the only dragging months of settlement .
I they are packed, never al- in improper processing Especially Chill melon In a closely covered Colin wasn't a prude, he and ahead. valuable as a spirit of peace. ThereIs
readjustment are .
[twin to stand around until important is a fairly loose container or wrap closely in waxed wall a man's man, but he said no quicker way to banish fear
best-Informed In
Some of the men
to the serious paper or a vegetable bag. Fruits that alcohol and gasoline do not and doubt than to get the home situation
business like
of with
packing vegetables corn,
America and think that
need not be stored In the coldest mix. He said he needed a clear England well In hand and to face the
f-HUsge peal, green and lima beans.If part of the refrigerator. head to fly" this might be so. Something to future solvent and unafraid.
Factor. Meat and fish and poultry shouldbe I hope for
anyway.
liquid boll away or evaporate
The tens of thousands of the la
Solvency Freedom.
[ yeast
of the
and bacteria 'cause during processing do not replace placed in the coldest spot But whether the road to peace Is
"nae. box. Unwrap these products, finest young men America has This Is a war for freedom and
ice .
They lurk In ,
aIr this other liquid before sealing the h long or short It Is for you and me
y fc
clean cloth if necessary ever produced who
water wipe with a soft are now Independence. Solvency I I. freedom;
Jar. Even though all the vegetai now to shorten sail. And Just as
at t be de- cover with waxed paper and Army and Navy flying cadets, being. out of debt I i. independence.It .
bier or fruits are not covered with unit. those old sea captains used to send
below chilling
P by proper to place directly should take heed t o CaptainKelly' won't help you much when the
juice, they will keep perfectly well. Eggs keep best in a wire basket + 11 their very smallest boys up Into the
l">l If the of air example not only In ,:4fg1 : with the smallest world le free, and when we are all
1 provided the contents are cooked that permits circulation rigging, so begin
|to> heroism and elf--sacrifice but also rejoicing: in the dawn of
keep in to) not wash until take a new day
properly and sealed well. around them. members of the family, and
condition ready to use. If the natural seal on In physical fltnem, and In abstention them Into your confidence. Work to remember that during the war

I to> assure Since tomatoes are technically a the shell of an egg is destroyed, from two universally used out a plan that means paying up you refused to adapt yourself you

.ping well E) fruit and are acid, they are canned flavors! may be absorbed. poisons. every debt you owe to the very last stumbled right on Into deeper and
e''the Jari'ilVtened differently from vegetables. Milk and cream must be kept -Good Health Magazine, June cent deeper debt and that though America .
cold to prevent courinK.,; Keep themon has have lost
1942. Dr. Harvey Kellogg Editor. won you

ai tlllhtly a. pOI' Tomatoes. the shelf provided for tall bottles. -. Hake a graph of these debt. If A Nashville writes
I woman me
.
you can do by any Scald tomatoes in boiling water 1 Butter must be kept In a' you like, and pout. It In the living this
of Pail for Starke W. C. T U. : ,
available devices. covered container to avoid absorbing ( by )
obliterate the redlines
I'tai minute. Soak in cold water 1 min. ream. Slowly "Last year we had three sons at n

Important when packing ute.Peel, core and flavors.frozen foods unopened In CHURCH DIRECTORY OF as dentist. Installment collec home, two working and contributingto
after Store
tel vegetables have been Into sterilized their containers In the freezing compartment SERVICES tor. Insurance and grocer get their expenses, one In school. Now
kto and you are spooning Jars. Add I of.the refrigerator. They FIRST R 'PT''TR. due. Impresm the children so farce- two of them are drafted, the third

the jars.to wipe off any teaspoonful of salt 4tpack must be used promptly after thaw- *.. AK.. LIchtfMt. Fmmt.* 8131 folly with the throttling power of past 18 and therefore eligible to the

before fastening on the cov- to each Jar and Ing.In Church HAS School N. WalMt I 44 A.Street M.Morning .. debt that the lesson will last them draft and my husband recently!
email Particles which lodge cover with boiling order to save space in the refrigerator ; Worship 11.00 A. M. Button Front the rest of their lives In peace as stricken with a heart Illness that
o cover Idea to wash H. T U. 7:00 P M.
:
and Jar will it's a good well as war time.
cause tomato will mend slowly, perhaps taking
water or 1131 Shoulder
f. trim such vegetable as let- Evening Wor.hlp aoo: P. M Pattern Ne. -
Juice to within to and tuce and celery before storing them. Wednesday Wor.hlp 8:00 P. M. yokes, double scalloped and button If your argument Is: "We barely months to cure. This means that

Cooling the Jars. Inch of the top. Put on cap, screw Put them in the hydrator where trimmed are an unusual bit of..t,1eexclteme'nt get long now; It Is utterly Impossible from sn Income of $07 a week, plus

r cooling I important tightly and place In pressure cooker they will remain fresh for days. ..FIRST.. o. C.MBTWIODIOTn P........ P..lr in this comfortable, em. for us to do any better" something 110 each from the boys-more than
.epinll of to the for 10 minutes at S pounds, in a hot Cover all left-over foods covered lae: N. (....,.-.. street dent house dress. A button front Is wrong In your mind. It Is $.150:\ a month In all-I am reducedto
canned food. Do not water bath for 33 minutes or in the containers are not available Church School 11):00 A. M closing makes It quick to ,get; on and always possible to do better. In whatever Bud can earn and even
Sunday Worship It:00 A M. sashes which tie In
side
with waxed paper or off and the
oven for 73 minutes. cover closely Young Pnnpla: 7:00: P M.Iv.nnx : back permit you to adjust the frock every department of your house that may presently disappear.
the commercial covers. Worship t:00 P. )f. waistline! A dress keeping there Is leakage small In "But people have always been
Vegetable Soup Mixture. By keeping foods covered you not Wednesday Worship S:00 P. MT. smoothly at your my
Lynn Says: them in better conditionbut -" of gracious lines and generous fullness itself, but adding up into formidable soldiers and pioneers, and I am
1 large onion (cut fine) only keep Make it ins pretty waste. Wasted bread and but-
many jar will |It take? slow-up the formation of MtRK'4 EPISCOPAL' throughout. proud to follow In their footstep
I the que5tlon 1 quart tomatoes (cut fine) frost you on the freezing unit. It I I. M.... Kr.* yn..... II....... flowered cotton and trim it with ter on small plates; wasted lights I rented my home and moved Intoa
*n are asking many home okra (cut fine) important to defrost as soon as the :>: KI N. Chunk. gtrret cheerful rlc-rac. burning unneeded; wasted oven three-room apartment that I get
U when !I' come 2 cups Church School 10:00: A. M. sizes :34 to
Is in
one-fourth inch thick on the Pattern No. 8131 heat wasted hot water wasted telephoning
,
mog
the frost Is Bandar Worship II 00 A. M. for nothing berause I am caretaker.
number fine)
hould ha v., o.> Jan- 2 cup corn (cut freezing unit Sunday Rvonlnit 7:30: P. M. 48 Size 38 requires 5 yards 39- wasteful habits of helping Not a janitress for there Is a good

Combine the Ingredients stirring Store foods In a, small containers Holy Friday Days EveningT 10.00 .A 10. U.P. M. Inch material, 2V4 yards rlc-rac. oneself to Just a little too much Janitor, but I am expected to hire

Crceahllldtso" some. of the carefully to prevent scorching, for as possible, conserving space. gravy, potato, biscuits, bacon elevator boys, answer complaints

ate: 3 pounds: yield a about 12 minutes Pack loosely Into salt from Keep sides foods of and box containers In order to away allow Rev.FIRST C.! ..PRFCBYTr.Rt4. If.S4li A".. Paater. ... H.m....'............................ sliced peaches.Wasteful. send for plumbers when necessary
jar clean Jar and add 2 teaspoons free circulation of air which mean Mrtb Chvrrr St. Thinking. advertise empty apartments, sign

'ne Beans: 1 bushel yields to each Jar. Put on cap fastening It free circulation of cold. I Church Sunday School Worship 10:11 00:00 A.A.M 35.Benlor'Crua.dee'5'00 Mdt....,.............;.........,.... Worst and most extravagant of allIs leases and so on. .
20 in ,
I
quart ,jars. tightly, and process pressure P. M. the .wasteful thinking. Thinkingthat "I advertised that a woman of

"'l: I bushel> Spinach yields cooker 40 minutes at 10 pounds. Int.rm.dlat. Youth a OO P bk.Ev.ning ...................................... you and yours must have certain 48, who,.. sons were called to'the
Worship T:00 P. M.
nap.; I bushel dandelion // the direction for aha vegetables THE OLD RELIABLEIf things and must live In a certain service, would like to be given a
I 1 l5 ............. trial in capacity that assured
plots wish> to can .re not given in 1Ddr/ ST. FnWARIVS CATHOLIC N._ of pap..... .. ... way, Dad likes pure olive oil any t
: 100 ears o. olden you column or if you hail any v.tlat>U need good laxative or cathartic R.... TboB. J. ....... fmmtarTfmfl In salads, so none of the cheaper her of a home, and had five answers i

makes about 14 pints. Ban- canning problems, writs lo Mu a Lynn to relieve headache biliousness Early Ma.. II:00. *A."..M... Pattern N.......... .!.......... vegetable oils will do. There Is no of which this Job was my

tal 12 POunds Yield 8 Chambers. uptammg your problem to or that lazy tired feeling; when due to (>!*!.. .....1.... Stand IS e.nts In coin, "rsr usable substitute for pure butter In choice. Bud gets $40 a week and
1rtah. 2 Pint Jars s if pints A.r. Address your ltt.r. to her at constipation ask for and Punchy Mav COG A. 1'u.! ...11 pattern d.lr.di to- cake. The front hall and the gives half to me for board: I save
South Week Man 1.00
cut toI" tlO temporary Cay
Union.
I.al Western Newspaper lIlillO < Patricia Dow Patterns drawing-room must be lighted at every cent of this, as the 979 I get r
Chicago be sure get
1 bushel Dnolunn Street : you GOSPEL T.t.IIEnorAC'.m. : N. T five o'clock every evening Telegrams for my home more than. ,pays our .
pods St. New York
yield 14 ,..... MC/OM a ttamp.d.I.uddreuedMaedop. / HERBINS!: ZM W. 7tb .
l
Mr. use Mr* J. T. t"l r ip..n must be sent on all occa- expenses.
jot your rtoly. Sunday Mrvlc 7:50: P. M.
R.l.u.4 by W.rt.m.apeper VI OD. ALL DRUG STORES Friday Service T.JO: P. K. i

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II PAOli: EIGIIT BRADFORD COUNTY lELEGRAPH._ST.tltKE. FLORIDA FlLIT\ 'Lr


II Good Food And Pleasant Surroundings r- Florida State Farm News THE HOME FRONTFrom Safe At Home eluding and income receipts troah ,

"Hello time the WPB After TorpedoingPhil from
II Add To Efficiency Of Starke Girls"To time to will be UlVII1 '

KtillHJK Ltas; has istmed orders stopping the Managua Is safe at home require !III(
the paying cu tomer. nothIng of the Urge building( convertedand Ity" E It. l omlertX.ni Owing to the warm weather manufacture of things we use after a hazardous return from the turn no matt,, ,.J hi.
iounds so Impersonal enlarged residence) still pre- Wherever the WPB come
quite day. may be
entertainedthe
Mrs. H M. Richarde every Panama Canal Zone where he has
MKKTINO: :
tbe cool polite- and senti a home-like atmosphere. between aliening TO
a* crisp ( Club in the had to choose "A
Thursday Bridge been engaged in defense
thoroughly bWllnes,-llke voice of:I Mrs. Poyner is proud of her "elec The Community Club which ; insteadof materials for civilian convenienceand work for then ? fc
forenoon Jast Thursday, the several curate
the long distance telephone op I tric kitchen" with its range two meets but once a month duringthe Mrs. war necessities they chose past months. returns, ,th. ;

erator. Yet when you take a peek Frlgldaires Filterlne water cooler summer, held a very enJoy- the usual afternoon hour.and Mrs.E. the war necessities. That's what The first time he started backto suggest that farmer I< >

behind the ,scenea you find that lanD etc. She employes four able meeting last Tuesday. Several O.. L. Partney,won high Coca-Cola we all want.A the states, his ship was torpedoed ord books and keep ob' '

the.e efficient voices have a very cooks two assistants, two maids visitors were present and C. Scout bingo. and sunk by a German expenses: I'fcor
attendance better pimento .cheese i 1 sandwiches potato look at the list of things on submarine. On the and rec.ip
personal background especially and a Janitor (all colored) who membership was second try
In Southern Bell's roomy Starke work on shifts. than usual. Mrs. L. R. Bristol chips and olive. were served. which the WPB has stopped months production he returned in a convoy and .made It J. late to begin, a II!

The lunch "while a interesting talk Prizes were. Defense Stamps. In the past six the in th year, he
headquarters, which behind Its rtom, IH gave veiy is trip //safety. think II
that war
realize
commercial exterior has many large Is spotlessly clean and Is on Child Welfare. Plans were W. M. U. MEETS makes us Into our homes. Phil says That on that first better to b"gllnow

aajxcts of a comfortable dormi- adequate, since the girls, working made for a covered dish luncheon The W. M. U. of the Baptist striking right of them: eventful trip they were torpedoed without a record 111&,.
modern for on Miifts, eat at different times. and Red Crows "sew" on Tuesday Here are some at' tbe
tory In a college Church at Raiford was enter- m a c h Inca, without 'warning when about 700 the year.
Radios, sewing
A typical menu Includes such following. Mrs. M. R. Holmes
women tained by Mrs. W. E. Malone lawn mowers, miles at sea. The submarine
Many of the operators eat and Items a s fried chicken, baked and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, assistedby Monday afternoon. Mrs. Malone vacuum cleaners; electric commander had evidently received -

Bleep there and spend part of ham pork chops meat loaf and Mro. J. G. Godwin, served refreshing gave the devotional while Mrs.J. domestic oil burners domestic definite Information as to thehlp's Brownlee Friends heTTj JoJra
electrical appliances
their leisure hours amid the pleasant plenty of vegetables.A I punch with cookies. M. Bradley led the Mission ranges, washing machines and schedule for be appearedon underwent regret to r I

l surroundings. The local girls large screened-ln porch a Mr. and :Mrs. L. R. Bristol will Study. Ice cream was served by Ironers and outboard motors.And deck, and shouted. "Where the In St. Luke"an operatllft!
l continue to live at home. but comfortable living room and a 1I01lp1tallll
the hostess. hell have been? We've been !
you
leave N.
Friday for Blue Ridge, villa.
here's another list of every- Miss
many of the operators come from patio provide ample space In waiting 33 minutes!" Mary Bro
out of town and would find It which to entertain, guests and C.. to attend the annual institute Supt. L. F. Chapman and J. G. day Items on which productionhas Louts Mo., came a few

b 4 practically Impossible to obtain visitors while a badminton court for Social Workers. They planto Godwin have returned from a been sharply cut down: He asked for all the tobacco to be with her II10Iher
In spend an additional week at 'short Belle Glade. bedding and and cigarettes on board the torpedoed spend a month
IJ lodgings at reasonable prices If the backyard helps to providethe business trip to Baby carriages, here.

Tt living quarters were not provided necessary outdoor exercise Blue Ridge vacationing. From I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw were mattreaaes, bicycles, cutlery caskets ship and said he would --,
I by Southern Bell. I for the girls when off duty. : there Mrs. Bristol will go to visit business visitors to Brooker Friday and burial vaults domesticIce give them a chance for their lives. ---

Two dormitories have been Here Is the present line-up of relatives near Indianapolis, Ind., and Sunday, with their children refrigerators, fountain pens All but 29 of the ship's passengers F I SHINTACKLI

equipped to take care of the 34 Southern Bell employes In Starke: for some weeks while Mr. Bristol went to Keystone Heights. and mechanical pencils, kitchen who had already perished

women employes of the company Audry Armstrong. Nora An- will return here. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McDowellof utensils, and razor blades. at sea,' were placed in lifeboats -

& 1 here. One is in the same building derson, Cleo Barry Marian The Red Cross "sew" and covered Tampa were overnight guests Thus we home folks put more and pet 'on the correct

-ii that houwea the switchboards, and Brown Mrs. Edith Cameron dish./ luncheon was quite a of Mr. andT' Mia. M. E. Griner materials more plants more I I course for land.
success. The 26 ladles
attending About
the other comprise the second (Chief Operator), Mrs. May Chll- cut anrl finished 34 Saturday. machines and more workers Into noon the following day We Carry They,
floor of' the neW' Olson nearly Misses Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tomlinsonof they were picked up by a
buildingon ton Mrs. Lillian Coop wood, Jean wool skirts. On Tuesday next we all-out war production.Fats J I Complete Line i
freighter.
South Walnut St., which Is Davis Gall Ford Irma Fuller. Jacksonville were Sunday

tPJ alr-conultloned. T wen t y nine Colleen Godbold, Jewell Harbin, hope 60 to skirts.accomplish an assignmentof guests of .Mr. and Mrs. f. J. Bacon drippings and Grease to fight the Fishing i i Tackle

girls JIve In the dormitories. Edna I Shaw. Farm Records Town
Hamerly, Mike I Jacobs
i John Williams of Tallahassee Axis! Who'd have"thought It? -
U 4 A year ago last May Mrs. Ann Mary Kirkland, Vivian Martin, After spending several weeks
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. But fats make glycerine and Will Be Useful
Poyner of Jacksonville was addedto Luclle Martinez Mary McCor- with her son-in-law and daughter RODSLINES.
J. L. Williams and transacted glycerine makes explosives.If REELs
the staff In the capacity of I mlck, Melba Moody, Sara Nixon, business here of last Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North American housewives salvage For Income Tax
Thursday
matron, having charge of the Inez North Mrs. Myrtle Ortagus, Mrs. .1. O. Beavers has gone to BAITS
I week. only one-fourth the kitchen
dormitories and the lunch room Jeanette Parker Elizabeth Phillips visit relatives In Raleigh N. C. That comfortable feeling: about
Jim Frank Jordan thrown out,
which was opened shortly after- Sara Reynolds Myrtle Roun- returnedto Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner spent greases ordinarily the pocketbook may be followedby TACKLE BOXES
the of
Headland Ala. after will provide
Friday they power
ward. Sunday at Melrose with F. J. Ed
,tree Gladys Sanchez, Mrs. Pete an income tax headache for
spending some weeks as the firing 1,250,000,000 ant -tank
Although a high metal fence Slkes Mrs. Jerry Hazen .Mr: ,. Jimmie Godwin. guestof wards. shells at our enemies. Florida farmers who do not keep
surrounds all butthe front of the Doria Smith, Mary Louise Mrs. Jack Kite returned Friday records of expenses and receipts
Bryan Wbitfleld and But to those colossal\ Come In
building, and the street door la always Thomas, Rubye Washam, Rubye daughters to her home in West Palm get figures believes R. H. Howard, farm man- And Let's
Roberta and Helen have returned down to Home Front kitchen size,
locked and armed guards) Watts (Evening Operator), Mrs. from Beach after a ten day visit with agement economist with the Flor- Fishing
visiting relatives in Mississippi of fat contains
one pound enough
often watch there, the Interior Poyner matron.Volunteers Mr. and Mrs.i,Robert Kite. ida Extension Service.
and Alabama. to make the
glycerine explosives
Mrs. Chas.. Turney, whcJ recently -
1t: Methodist Church Gerald Cox: Is out again after for four anti-aircraft shells. Take Farmers generally are enjoy
moved from
here Jacksonville
WantedOn -
4." several days' Illness. your'waste kitchen fats to your ing good Incomes this year, he EASTERNAUTO
has as house guests Mrs.
! 9 Services at the Church next Tower ProjectSome After spending his vacation in Ida Quince/ and Mrs. Hugh Hall, butcher in containers holding not says, and many more,will be in
1l. Sunday will be as follows: the class expected to make SUPPI
Jacksonville J. M. Bradley returned both of Jacksonville. less than one pound. Be sure and Income
:
, Church School 10 A. M. men volunteer for the home accompanied by his Mi-l'and: MrsVJ A. Bouvler' and strain! the..grease before you turnit tax returns. He points out thata

!tIll Morning Worship 11 O'clock. army, some ,for the navy or daughter Mrs. Vance Geiger and granddaughters and In. farmer whose gross Income' is V. S. St. John, OsCOAL
; Mary Joyce
7 r Subject: "My Church." marines or air corps.. Women are son, Bradley, Jimmie, Leslie and Betty Bouvler pt Miami, Cecil and Sugar for Canning $5,000 or more for the year-in- -----

i, Youth Fellowship meeting 7 P. also finding their places among Mrs. Bradley, Jlmmle Leslie and Patricia McRae, spent Saturdaytill It takes sorting and straightening -

I, M. Uncle Sam's fighting forces. In Caroline, went for several days' Monday with Mr. and Mrs. out to get any program run-

,! Evening Worship" 8 P. M. Sub- addition, millions of men and camping trip to Lake Santa 'Fe. C. A. McRae at McIntosh. ning smoothly And It takes

ject: "The Temple. women Are finding interesting Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Webb of Mr. and Mr R. V Reddish of time to Iron out the wrinkles In

Prayer services. each Wednes ways of helping win the war by Lake Wales were week-end guestsof Lawtey were ,Sunday guests of, sugar rationing. Here're some

{ dayat8P.M.CLASSIFIEDS rendering voluntary services to their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. "G. Godwin.J. facts that may be helpful to home

their country. Then there are W. B. Malone and then went to A. Lander, now of Mobile, canners.

material possessions they might Madison to visit with Mr. Webb'sparents. Ala., Is visiting here at present. The local rationing boards are

"lend" to their Government to ). Willa Jean Malone, who R. H. Cox, Mrs. Ennis Brad- Instructed to allow sugar for can- $12.50 TON CASI
assist In
1 LOST-Light brown mule the war effort-enicb aspurcbulnl' has been visiting In Lake Wales, shaw and Elizabeth Cox went to' ning fruit on the basis of one ,
mare ,
war bonds and accompanied them home. Jacksonville pound for every four quarts of
.
Monday.Mrs.
? weighs around 800 Ibs. Please
stamps. Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Rivers of M. E. Grlner, Mrs. L. F. finished fruit. They are also Instructed TWO OR MORE TONS
notify: Kenney Thomas, Ther- But another
way to help in Childersburg. Ala., were guests Chapman and Mrs. P. D. Fancher to consider each application -
esia. 7-21 these
2tp matters Is presented today. of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews shopped in Gainesville Monday. Individually before issuing a
A few --0--
VANTED ,experienced ..l ady free work carpenters to do a little Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reinau of sugar purchase certificate. .

tailor. Permanent position. ; someone who can lend Friends of Mrs. J. H. Dudley Apopka arrived Tuesday to spend Here are some factors the

J. M., Alvarez Starke. a pair of binoculars; somebody will regret to hear that she is several days with Mr. and :H1'IIo, boards must consider in decidinghow THE STRICKLAND WOOD & COAL CO.. 01
who has
one or two;electric fans quite Ill. M. E. Grlner.i much sugar each applicant GAINESVILLE IS OFFERING 1ST QUALITY

FOR RENT -rooin' furnished and to lend; a couple of neat tables Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Malone Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and son, Is allowed: Size of the family KENTUCKY COAL AT $12.50 PER TON N!

house. Hot and cold water. C. and chairs; a table lamp or two moved to the home of Mr. and Joe, and Mrs? George Williamsof la 'tUy's requirements, availabilityof LOTS OF 2 OR MORE TONS, DELIVERED D
.R. Whltehead. Lawtey. Fla. U a rug. These are some of the Mrs. John Crews
at Lake Butler Hampton wire Sunday guests fruit, canning practices of the STARKE.

l<'QR RENT-Nice large bedroom new things Airplane which Observation are needed In the last week. Mrs. Malone will teach :of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins.Mrs. .. locality, amount of canned fruiton

Tower In the Lake Butler High School. W. E. hand, time during which can-
twin beds, inner-spring which la now Malone visited in
mattresses. Reasonable rate. 336 on top of being constructed Dr. C. K. Hayes of Madison Lake City Tuesday. ning Is to be done number of DON'T WAIT

t North Franklin Street. Call Orange Lines Blanding bus station.Center-the Mrs.was the J. M.guest Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. John Randall and baby quarts canned last year. These
Hembree.Mr. .
Maxine Noegel at Carpenter's, son of Jacksonville are spending things are variable.
or 1732-M Gainesville. Itp I Perhaps next week a full report -I and Mrs. R. R. Pierce are the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Here are some invariable factors -

---- -- I will be given of the various) visiting in Lake City. Randall. : This sugar must be used ORDER NOWThe

HAVE CLIENT who wants furnished donations of time labor and-- -- only for thin-syrup canning of

house 2 or 3 bedrooms. I money to help build this fine together with R. A. Green, con- fruits and berries; the amount of

Will pay up to $100.-Jo* E. tower. Otis Nelson drew the plans stituting all How To Obtain sugar: you are allowed is limited
Wilson of H. and Is superintending the work. of the heirs' at law Following News Story Reprinted In Fat
care C Wall Birth CertificateAmerican only by the amount of fruit and
Agency, Starke. It R. H. Mathe, contractor Is giving of eald W. H. Green) Joined in berries you can; there Is no flat Was, Taken From The Florida Times-Union Of

FOR both his time and labor also the execution thereof by S. Inez citizens have begunto allotment for every applicant; no July 22, 1942:

SALE-one house trallerone taking two or three men to the Green wife of Floyd Green, 'andR. sugar Is allowed for canning
Coca-Cola electric drink realize the advantages of hav-
box job. If there !
are others who
one 20-In. electric fan. Also will give part of their time pleasesee S. Johns of Union Co., husband -Ing birth certificates. This has more vegetables canning; you sugar can as go back timesas for COLD WINTER SEEN

room for rent.-Halle's Tourist either Mr.\. Nelson or Mr. of the said Maud Ray Johns, been publicized by the U. S. you need; you don't many have to FOR PERSONS HEATING

Camp. Itp Mathe, who will show them whatto parties of the first part, to R A. Bureau of''the Census and by have your fruit when you get '

FOR SALE- small house. Must do. Business men of Starke Green, July 11, 82 acres Just state bureaus\ "'of vital statistics your sugar; if you feel the WITH OIL BURNERS

be moved off before have been liberal ,and the results across Road 13 from the Starke amount of sugar you are allowedIs
property of their liberality will soon be airport; for many .years. However the insufficient NEW YORK July:21, (AP-I& will probablyb9a
Clayson
Sept. 1. See H. E. Plotts. road Swallow single appeal to 48 two miles this side Camp shown In one of the finest observation and Kingston F, Swallow, and majority of people failed to take state OPA director. cold Winter for those la many arcUoui of (M

Blandlng. ltp posts In the Country, Janet Swallow( his wife, of Milwaukee the advice seriously until they country who ,depend on oU burner In order I*.

Those who have volunteered Wli.. parties of the first were 'faced with the necessity of IV OV'ITY CIRCl'IT, FLORIDA COURT. BRADFORD keep.warm,*the'.war ervlce committee of tAanericaii

FOR SALB-electric fan, brand their services as "observers" are part, to Louis J. Hopkins,, a proving their birth before they (' I* CHiNEftV Society of Meeting and VentUttUi*

new, 34 inches 2 reasonable., urged by H. A. Carlton, chief aIrplane widower, of Pasadena Calif.. could enter the Army or Navy, or Ola. VH.lne.Lawrence Rosier Bonafllla. Plaintiff Knglneera warned today.

Hollywood Camera 212 East observer, to be In readiness July 11; O. W. Alderman and I before they could secure a defense D f p ndant. Cane No.JoatpB 2093. onafllla.ORDfoR The committee of engineer who are1IpIcla11At.a

Call street, Starke. Itp for a call at any time to attend Dora Alderman his wife, to Rod- Job which required that a OP PUBLICATION AND composed rftcomnixw
NOTIfB
a meeting for full instructions man Vanderbilt birth certificate be furnished. STATES TO APPEAR In beating pvoblems.that .
and wife, Elsie OK FLORIDA to: Law- FOR RENT-Two completely furnished prior to entering upon the work. July 13; G. E. Crews and wife Citizens not having: birth certificates r nce ,Joseph I Ronaftlla.: whoa r ldence approximately S OOOO of the 1,400,000 wcoal
apartments, modern con- If there Balnbrld, Ocorcl I burner the Eastern aeaboard be conwrted
are others who I on
will volunteer Anna Crews should You
to Lester Slade and apply to the are requlrpd to appear on
veniences. One mile out from -the more volunteers there Lula Blade July 13: : J. I. Chason Bureau of Vital Statistics of the I Au.uxt 24th., J94J, In the above In order to meet the redaction la fuel o&
named
Starke on highway 48 (Blandlng are the shorter the hours of those and Wife. Ola Chason. to Eugene State Board of Health In the plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cnusv.and wherein Annul White the Government baa requested ttet !S
Road). Adults
E.'J. Flynn. only. Mrs. assisting. Leroy Blrt and wife.., Mary Lee state of their birth. Telegraph ment of Marriage shall Bradford Count* per cent of existing oil burning furnace, on u*

lip Dirt July 19; J. G. Wynn a Until 1940 it'was a very simple In next four weekly publUh Issue this Order Eastern. tcaboard be converted to coal only f t tpoe' "

fOR SALE-Reasonable. 7-room Deeds Filed widower- I Ike Robinson July procedure to get a delayed birth veal Witness at tarke my. hand Florida and, this official July cent have thee tar been changed the toonolttee -

bungalow with 2-car garage, 17; W. P. Smith and wife EmmaT. certificate. Proof of birth'COD 22nd. .143. added.

electricity 10 acres good farm I H. C. Richard and Clara L. Smith, to W. Percy Van Ness. slated merely 0 fan affidavit Ax Clerk A.of :/. Thomas

land.--o. B. Baxley. Middleburl' Richard, husband and wife of and John F. Selle, July 17. the made by a .relative or friend. Knlrht &: Knight, Starke said Court.Fla.
Putnam County to Maggie G. old Stave Attys. for Plf .. -0-
Mill
Inquire at Orange Bus property at the Under these simple requirements I 7-24 4t S-J4
(
Gason OFFICIAL
and C. C. SEAL)
Cason
Depot. 7-10 4tp husband Seaboard railroad and Road 48; I It occasionally h a p p ened that '
and wife of Bradford Co.. July 1; J. W McCall and wife Sarah Me- fraudulent certificates were filed N 0 T IC'1a MAIL ORDERS TO

LOTS FOR SACK With price Claude Arthur McMillan and wife, Call to William Edward Lawson, 'which were ,used for TO That WHOM IT MAY CONCERNS

and terms to suit. D. E. Eddie Mae McMillan, of Alachua July 18; J. W. McCall and wife, Illegal purposes.In Improperand 14th day John of C.Au..uat.Hall will 1942.on apply the STRICKLAND WOOD & COAL (C(
Knight Starke. County to Fred E. Clayton and Sarah McCall to the County Judge of
7-10 4tp to M. L. Toler and 1941 new and stiffer County, Florida : Bradford
requirements ,
wife for
Myrtle Clayton, of Gainesville wife Joale l Toler, July 18. Cell perroleelon to
for
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SKLL July 1; C. W. Colson and ficate obtaining a birth certi :dt.lfI"t: of Gainesville, Floridaor

milk cows, stock cows, beef wife: Bee le Colaon t 0 L. A. went Into force over all the Alene Hall minors, In and to the

cattle stock bulls or hogs, get Geiger, July 2; G. B. Colson and Bert A. Shaw Dies shown nation. Three facts must be 29 following, 37, 35.property It 40: Lot of Block 25. 2'*,. 17.In to Strickland Wood A Coal Co., Ore of Bradford

In touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., Alva N. Colson. h la wife to' Bert A. Shaw, 60-year old farmer 1. Exact on every birth certificate: Florida.R. N. Rowling Addition to Starke, Telegraph Starke Florida
Box 247 day month or year of
Starke; Box 204 Lake American Tung Groves. Inc., $1- who lived In Bradford County birth. .. John c' "all.
City: Telephone 481 Lake City. 300, July 3; L. A. Davis and his for 10 years died Thursday) 2. Exact 4t14 Guardian.:
place of birth.
Auction
market every Thursday wife. Lee Perryman Davis, to E. afternoon. July 16. He was born 3. Name U
on all classes of live stockat K. of parents including -
Perryman and Lois Peek Jan. 7. 1892 and in addition to maiden
Lake City at 2:30: P. M. Perryman, July 7: B. W. Helmey his wife Is name of mother
survived by four This INSURE
B-8-43 and Mary E. Helmey. his wife daughters: Mrs. Wilma Adams evidence must, dating be proved from by written YOUR MOST VALUABLE ASSET .1
a time
GILBERT HOTEL AND COFFEE of Duval Co.-to F. R. Harrison, and Mrs. Leona Shrlver. both of near as possible to the claimed as

SIlOPPE Palatka. Fla. Special of Jacksonville, July 7; John J. Jacksonville Mary Frances Shaw time of birth.- Affidavits alone 'j -

weekly and Method and wife Smith P. Mc- and Joyce Shaw, both of Starke, are 5i
monthly summer Leod, to J. L. no longer sufficient. ?Jo.iLr
McLeod. single, of and m e
rates. European ,and American Alachua one son Daniel A. Shaw: one All persons'applying to the
Co.. July 7; J. L. Mc- brother. N. H.
plan. Members of the Armed Shaw of Jacksonville Bureau of Vital Statistics for
Forces and their Families will Leod single, of Alachua Co.. to and two sisters-Mrs. H. P. birth certificate a POLICIES
are ONE OF
ACCIDENT
John J. McLeod and earnestly requested OUR
receive: attractive family rates. Smlthie P. Johnson of Ocala and Mrs. S.; L. to be. patient at TRICK.
McLeod. his the delay WILL TilE
For Information wife.: July 7; Tax Denmark of Jacksonville DO
please write In

Gilbert Hotel Palatka, Fla., Deed Florida Senate to Bill L. No. 163, Stateof I: Funeral services were held at Is caused receiving by an one.unprecedented The delay 35 Percent of All Fatal Accidents Occur In The Home
D.4ning.. 40 11 A. M. .
Richard F. Rune, Manager. Itp Saturday at Conner number of applications .
acres, IO reaching
$ .29. July 7: Mary Cemetery.. with
the Rev.
Willie the Bureau
and the
LOST-Argus miniature camera. Emma Green, a widow. Floyd Crews officiating. by requirements You Protect "
Arrangements Conv
for Your
Especially anxious to get back Green of Bradford Co.. and Maud were In charge of De Witt utmost accuracy. Uncle Employes With Workmen's
C. Sam has
half-used roll 35 mm. film: Ray Johns, of Union Co., as heirs Jones. for laid down certain rules pensation-HOW ABOUT YOURSELF ?

which camera contained. $5 re at law of W. H. Grevfl. deceased Pall bearers were Freeman Bureau proof of of Vital birth Statistics which the .

ward for return of camera or who died intestate In Bradford Crosby. Russell must

SI for return of film alone.E. .-, Co. Jan. 8, 1939, while seized in Underbill. Joseph Norman Carter Lon-Paul abide by. "Red tape" is dlspented H. C.

:. L. Matthews. Bradford' fee simple of the lands hereinafter nle Crawford, and Jack Under In all Bureau with to the limit of safety WALL AGENCpY
of Vital
County Telegraph. tf described (and such heirs bill. proceedings) Statistics CONSTANT SERVICE OVER 50, ,,,


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