Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Recreation BRADFORD COUNTY" TELEGRAPH Sweeturt Strawberries

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Official Count Publication Established In 1877 '



urfew'Law Two At Rotary Speaker Club Lewd Women 2nd War Loan Drive Opens Monday;

Be Draftedy service Capt.officer C. R.of Goodwin a recentlyactivated special) Being Sent

10 division! now stationed at Bradford's Quota Set At $169,000

Camp Blandlng, was
guest speaker -
CouncilThe at the Rotary Club Wednes To Ocala CampSheriff

day. He explained In an entertaining Treasury Department Seeks To Raise j

manner the work of the I
I discussion of a curfew Jaw special service department which A. O. Andreu and Dr Thirteen Billion Dollars In '

suirke. originated when the has to do with the things that Irving R. Abrams, Director of the \1 ALL WE i Three Weeks

leal: Ministerial Association pre- help to maintain a high degreeof Clay-Bradford County H e a 1 t h ,

inted the matter to the City; morale In the army--sports. Unit, are cooperating In nettlnc Uncle Sam needs 13 billion dollars, and needs it quick !

Lmcll a few weeks ago, wanewel dramatics, entertainments etc.. rid of vicious women ,in Bradford ASK YOU From coast to coast the Government will launch its!!! i

and Intensified at the Also a guest at this meeting; CountyAs a" 'tarter-and as a tremendous St.'CondVar Loan Drive next Monday, appealingto
Lmcll meeting Tuesday night was Ballard Simmons; director ol foretaste of things to come-the; the American people to buy 13 billion dollars worth of
by shipped five of them Wednesday A LOANJ
lien! petition signed every; the P. K. Yonge School In Gaines ; a War Bond before the end of April.
and to the detention home
tcmber BHS faculty new at
of the the Woman's Club .vl'le.'! who: gave a thoughtprovoking Ocala recently provided for suet a Bradford County's quota in this all-out effort has been
.letter from talk, the betweenthe .. :,
to the matter were on contrast women. They gave their name > t. I set at $169OOG-almo.\lt four times as great as the amount
i regard( low salaries' still paid to as Helen Booth from Palatka' we have been asked to raise in any single month. The
school teachers and the good
of the teachers Ann Webbs from Virginia, Anal quotas were determined by Federal Reserve statisticians
petition wages now paid in almost .
every -
Jones, Ruby Bebeley and Ma and based county 1: -
were on
Inclosed In a letter from
: other line of work This dis
|hool.UI Principal Foster Shi crepancy !is making it increasingly Bnlderee, all from Georgia. population figures of May 1,, :

Smith, and simply mated: "We. difficult to keep good teachers One of them was In jail here a 19.12 and bank deposit' increases One-Session Day

pie undersigned teachers 11the In the schools, where they are year ago, and when seen U during 1912. Brad

Bradford High School and Starke needed most, Mr. Simmons stated Starke again was arrested and ford's estimated population

elementary School, wish you to lodged in the County jail. A sec x. 't x on that date was 11,128 and To Aid Students
ond one was arrested by officers :
;now our feelings toward a cur- bank deposits here totaled

|.-VI law for the city of Starke, Bahama Laborers for plying her trade in the City, $1,440.000 on Dec. 31, 1942-

i proposed, and therefore take while the other three were picket an increase of 382,000 for the Who WorkPrincipal i
Jhls opportunity to express our up by the M. P.'a because of complaints -

indicated below." from the owners of s ;" year.Nod's i
pinion as Be UsedRepresentatives Money Now
I Under the sentence: "We are May group of cabins south of town I Q4 !>:y, : Tho government wants the Foster Shi Smith of :

In favor of a curfew law," were where they lived. They were f -e I money as quickly as possible and BH3 In taking seriously the suggestion -

Ijrted 32 names while under the of the U S, taken to Ocala by a member ol 3, ? + tor this reason: of National Administration '
the State Highway Patrol and achaperon I!
IppoBlng statement "We are op- Employment Service were confer Unit To help pay the hug war bill officials that school boy and \ ,
from the Health
loned! to a curfew laW" there washot ring with County Agent L,. T "The' I and put a damper on Inflationaryforces girls help out In the war effort
chances are", said Sheriff
a single name signed. The Dyer this week In reference to 'rematr by siphoning/ off Into savings by working on farms, thin helping ; s
Andreu: "that they will
teachers did not make any pro- : that : to overcome labor and foodlIhol.tagell. '
of the
the possibility using importei 'of in war money
duration the
there for the
oral as to Just what type cur- labor from the Bahama Islands to ,, a }: : otherwise would bo on the loose, A plan which he has

.w law they desired, nor theges help harvest crops In the southwestern war. .. t wjij? looking for a place to be spent had In mind for some time will
J. B. Rowe jailor, stated thai into effect at BUS next Monday
i concerned leaving !It entirely part of the county, this Treasury. Secretary Moruentliau go
''p to; the Judgment of the Coun- spring.Mr.. the County was tired and he was railed upon the nation's news- when school opens at 8:15:

II, after the suggestions made bye "fed up" with boarding that type papciHwhich last full helped A. M. and dismisses at 1:30: P. M. I ,
hat addressed the
I lie ministers at an earlier meet- Dyer prisoner while health authorities :4$ aI America get over its scrap metal Thus the boys and gills will get
communication to farmer
tn '. following gave them physical treatment foi GIVE drive that homo two hours and 15 minutesearlier
shortage through a
in the Brooker, ant awhile and then when they were than formerly, and will
million tonto take
The Woman's Club, in a letterIgned raised six
New River sections: cured turned them right back on have four five hours to work '
I or
In this drive. ron
by Mr Ethel Bigga asSecretary a leading part
"Severaf thousand of these to the public again. Dr. Abrams the farm before dark. ,
r the
went a little further THEIR LIVES I The newspapers leaped to
n It' suggestions.."The Woman's laborers, both men and women,, and Sheriff Andreu thoroughly; : job by forming the Alllud Newspaper This plan will not only aid f
are now being used In South understand each' other and see CouncU after greatly in the war effort but will i
[club of Starke, the letter began,, top newspaper
I"b artlly endorses the measures Florida, and they will be shifted things eye to eye along that line I, executives. met with the secretarywho be of Invaluable assistance to the '
northward as the harvest season The Sheriff has been assured that '
[you have taken to protect the told them the need for money parents personally, many of whomare
advance such women will not be tolerated .
farmers Mr. Smith has been
joutb of Starke. We feel that a was urgent.
(curfew law should be enforced,, "A camp will be located al and that when they are picked ul[ Bus Drivers Edwards Elected Moot fI"t4'n..h.ft. Drive considering this move since before :
LaCrotfae must a blood test will be taken and Christmas
Lnd are asking you to see that ItIs and arrangements The government's Ideal would when he had a
be made by the farmers to haul they will be 'sent immediately tithe conference with County Agent L.
enforced. Our Primary, Ele- be to raise! the 13 billion In threeweeksalthough
these laborers from camp 'in! the detention home for treatment T. Dyer on the subject, to get his
mentary, and High School teach- Defense HeadAt : only 14 billion .
and back and confinement. Back On Job :1 reaction the value and feasibility
,'ra have had cause to' become morning to their farms : has been raised in war bonds In on

much concerned over this problem In the afternoon. the last two years-but the campaign of the proposition. I

." the letter continued. ,'.'. ete 'The f ..t'mermust ,sign a con School Teachers A, freakish" -Walkout" by about' the meeting the Bradford ''wlltj'go on unceasingly. It 'came ''to a' head, however,

Ihas been much delinquency tract agreeing to employ a cer Given New Rules IS drivers of the t Orange Lines, County Defense Council last Fri One thing Is certain: For the when he presented the matter to

among the pupils. Bicycles have tain' number of laborers for at Inc., kept thousand of soldiers day night W. M.. ,Edwards wan three weeks starling next Mon the County Board of Public Instruction ,
of the time or On 'Maternity Leaves'The the bond drive .will be the Monday. They suggested I
been stolen many times. Today least percent at Camp Blanding over the week elected C h a i rman to fill the day
we have one boy 12 year old inlull about 22 days per month provided end. According to Information vacancy left by the death of most intensive of Its! kind ever at. that Mr., Smith, send outa t'

l Mho has stolen three bicycles conditions permit County Board of Public John IS. Icenhmir, Marcus F. Brown L. A, Ren- tempted. questionnaire to the patrons re'I''I
"At time before Is Instruction Monday passed a resolution coming/from Treasury aides said S billion of garding< the. proposal, and If not t
any midnightor "The rate to be paid $3.00 per vice president and general manager notd was chosen vtce-chalrman to \
With reference to married the 13 billion In bonds. would betaken more than 25 percent of them t' ,
sometimes at midnight, one day, or the usual rate for piece of the Company these Jacksonville : W P. Smith who re 1
Iran see children from eight to work which is customary In bar women teachers who were expectant drivers asked Friday succeed because he i I' chairman of by commercial banks, the opposed the plan, that it bo put I, ,

eighteen years old shining shoes.I vesting most vegetable crops mothers. The resolution, night that their wages be raised the Rationing Board and felt that remainder to be bought: by insurance Into operation Monday morning. } hI
I which will go into effect at the companies, other Institutions The questionnaire was sent out. +
trolling along the streets; loiterIng "Contracts for about 350 have from 70 cents to 90 cents an he could not do justice to both I
> beginning of the 1943-44 school and the man In the street. I with the result that only 11 percent : t
[ around undesirable places Jobd.
in the La- hour. '
already been signed
land smoking cigarettes.,. O n e term: brings out the following It Is likely that the share of registered opposition to the }
saw' ,ros e area, dlnIt! .is expected points: When the Company stated that Mr. Edwards was temporary the man In the street will be 2 plan
party two youngsters shootI will reach 600 700. chairman when the: Council was
to be
the number Board of Public Instruction the matter would have planed
I> dice The or 3 billion. Mr. Smith said yesterday he f
ng on the courthouse to start with this Board organized over a year ago, but, .
It !s planned married teachers as before the War Labor ,,
I grounds employs Bond sales now are running thought he had heard from practically ,
labor in this area between May staff the Insisting on an Immediate because he was a County official
part of their Instructional ):' men about one billion a month, so the all patrons, and that out .
"If It Is necessary for a boy 10th. Each farmer states refused to return to wan prohibited from accepting the
1st and and
It recognizes the dignity answer,' drive will call for stepped-up pur- : of 448 families represented, 397 ,;,
I'or girl to work late hours," the in the contract Just when he will social significance of motherhood',; work. After a later conference,, : place as permanent chairman. He chases by the factory hand, the were for and only SI against. ; ',',

letter continues, "let them secure want to start. and because it feels an obligationor however they agreed to submit has been Interested In the work shipping clerk, the bus driver, the : Parents of children in grades 1
la permit. If child is returning from the beginning and Is now
I a "It Is expected that the usual the social welfare of the the question theAWLBand to I corner grocer, the salesgirl, the to 6 voted 142 for and 21 against ,
home late let him. be aecom- labor found for return to i work.pending.an answer more anxious than ever that jt '
supply of colored school as well as a concern policeman on the beat. while grades ,7 through 12 voted
P8I1Ied by an adult. Our boys around the towns will be very the health and well-being of its the Company official said. shall succeed. Offer Familiar. SorlraOffered 253: for and 30 against. .

land girU become our citizens ofW mall this year and our Government teachers who become expectant Icenhour said that enough drivers : He hopes to instil new life Into for sale will be the war
While 2 1-4 hours
| wrT.w. Therefore, it U Imperative has undertaken to furnish mothers. it resolves: I remained on duty to prevent I the organization, bemoans the bonds faml l liar I to everyone ed each for work will be say ,

that w e guard their this source of labor. It i 1" further First, that teachers who become: any Inte r r u p t l Ion of regular fact that so many shirk responsibility Series B:, F and G-and tax savIng farms in day the on the '

physical", mental and spiritual thought that'' If this labor pregnant! during their period of. schedules, but the extra buses in these perilous times, notes, treasury saving notes, In the, stores or victory offices gardens Mr. Smith or r

t"+wT. ,other suggestion: ,follow can: be treed in the southwest service shall request In writing, usually scheduled on weekendsto and hopes that every committee treasury bills and a number of stated that there Is no need for

I in the letter. part of the county. it will! release to the County Superintendent a handle soldiers could not be chairman will function 100 per new treasury Issues designated
After much I for the I To alleviate the situation cent "Only In this way can the the children to go hungry< before
deliberation on the more of the local labor maternity leave; operated. for every class and type< of citizen I
uojoct, the Council requested remainder of the county. Second that their period of I : Camp Standing Saturday i work progress," he said and organization.That school Is dismissed at 1:30.: Grades I

I city Attorney T. Frank Landrum contracts should be teaching be terminated by the ordered that no more passes be I Is why the treasury believes one through five will have a 45-' I

I to Investigate what sort of curlew signed"These up within the next week end of the third month of pregnancy I Issued" to soldiers, unless they had Parks' House BurnedAt it will be able to raise the minute recess period from 11:15: i ito

laws other cities and towns be prepared unless! such time be within private means of transportation money In a hurry:
that camp can LakeThe 12 o'clock, enabling them to
|lve' and bring back a report so made to have the 15 days of the end of the semester until the walkout was over. Kingsley Existing holdings of currencyand I
and provisions pat their lunch In the school
I The Council shall be No, union was Involved nor
was 100 percent in when It l Is needed., I in which case they Lake summrrhome commercial bank deposits are
favor' of : labor ready .'any of the drivers directly Kingsley cafeteria: "or- their lunch from ..
the best type law that of contract permitted to complete the semes were B. at new record 1 level s-which
supply W.
will have a of Dr. and Mrs
l cOUld be enacted for Starke. and i who wish them. ter's work; concerned except those at Jacksonville means the banks are chockful of I home, as usual, while the other
: blanks for those Parks burned to the ground Sunday I
I City Attorney at the appropriate i Third that the leave of absence ; It was stated. However, money-and a large share of It
time uui draw up an ordinance Just let me know. bo In effect for a total maximum when drivers from this end of night, and all furnishings, In available for Immediate Investment I re-ass !
to be arrived In Jacksonville, and also all the clothing and : : .
I considered by the Council. period of not more than 18 the line In government bonds. .
: Accidental Death months or until the child is one the Jacksonville men persuaded other personal effects of Capt. Americana. this year will have giving them time to snatch a j
Ambulance Calls Of Brooker Man year of age; nor less than the hem: not to return with the and Mrs. Pennington and their -over and above taxes, what sandwich and ,a cool drink. 1

:, period when the child has become buses. young baby, were also a total ytcd:. debt repayment- and I!I :

I Mrs, Charlotte ,.Ard wife of Lt. Funeral services! for Preval A. six months of age; loss. There was very little Insurance they can buy--perhaps 40 billionof I, Theatre Drive Nets !
Henry Ard, Sunday aft the teachers shall funds available from current I I
was taken to the Laramore were held Fourth\that Circuit Court, '
I Alacbua-. ernoon: at 3 o'clock in Dedan notify Superintendent In writIng 26th on the house, Dr. Parks Income. I $515 For Red Cross

1'hl1r day. April 1. Cemetery with the Rev. C. A. at least one month prior to To Convene said. The treasury believes that unless -,I t i!
L1 Folk their leave of some of these funds are invested Mrs. Tom Grady, own.of the
of the
wife of Sgt. Folk, Crosby officiating. the expiration Circuit Court for the 8th judicial Dr. Parks has not seen Florida and Rita Theatre, an- I
Mopping at the Magnolia Hotel was accidentally their Intention to resume work will Monday, Captain or his wife yet, but it directly In government: HCcuiltles -
Mr. Larwnore Circuit open nounced yesterday that a totalof
;a taken to the Alachua County when a the Board will reemploy Is understood that they had just they will tend to swell
2. Whereupon at
April Courthouse
killed Friday. April 26, In the 1315.61: had been rained by I
rO'Pltul, In the same or similar Club to the hoards of currency and commercial -
Gainesville Saturday from under an automobile them T. E. gone to a Service get I
State's Attorney of the
I lack slipped have Starke. bank even fur- contributions from patrons
working which they something to eat when they saw
he was positions the
on which Duncan of Gainesville was at two amusement houses during I I
found dead some! previously held or In such positions the house afire. It Is presumedthat ther and add still more pressuretoward
He was Courthouse yesterday National Red Cross Theatre
For may be qualified to It caught from an oil stove Inflation. I
mother. as they
by his and Inquiring into the Week, April 17.Theatregoers.
tune later witnesses 'I
Such I Cause Black MarketIly !
No t
the system.
employed hold ,
Rationing had been be-
time he various caws now pending I'I
willingly !
some the Inflation the government contributed ,
Field, will be placed upon !
at Drew teachers It Is presumed Police Salaries }
At libraryJWit all a machinist list for re-employment at for the Court. means this: When people have I and eagerly Mrs. Grady

near St. Petersburg.He priority available opportunity; that Judge A. Z. Adkln will pre Get A Boost more money to spend than tbere Mated and she wishes to express !
step into the Public Is survived by his widow the Fifth that teachers who fall or side over the session. are goods to buy, they start competing I appreciation to all of those 1,1 1,1her ,

Library (Woman's, CIub.1luSd- to whom he was! married Junt to comply with these regulations Although Mr. Duncan baa made Mayor L. A. Canova and the with I one another and who made possible this handsomesum I

n.-I> and _ur.. a copy of month ago; his Bother, and lecllne concerning mater pity no statement as yet a. to what City Council believe in getting force up the price Black markets which will to to swell Brad !
tea' Robe" Three Mrs. Myrtle Hodges cases will be tried it Is possiblethat and then paying of how this ford War Fund. t
by I),. Lloyd C. sisters, shall forfeit their right< toemployment good policemen are a good example : County's
of leave confessed
U"tom". or Dr. Hurry Emerson!: of Jacksonville. Mrs. Dormls as herein stated. Ernest Dau jherty. them a living salary! At the 'I works. I

.OtodJek''e new book -On Be- Jacksonville and Mrs. H e '' b ert slayer of Dan W. Moore, who hasbeen Council meeting Monday night all : Help Bradford County meet Its : Movie For Negroes k .: ::1:1I It

tn1!( a Bal. Person" They will Krause of St. Petersburg; four Water held in the County jail with- policemen received a '25 raise in I $169,000 quota during April. buy j

'P P""" away many other101lf'ly brothers Jack and John Larapore Keno Likes out bond for several months, will lalary. Those who drive car nil the War Bond you think you Colored people of the community II

'.he, hour. Then too, of Jacksonville; Marvin The colored people of Reno appreciate be tried at this term of court. now receive $173 per month, while I can afford-.then buy some morel ,I are reminded that the 1I [s

1ou might be Interested in a. Laramore. stationed with t the Starke's new water project the others get $150. t Bradford County Health. Unit S It.

love. story, "The 1> h a n torn Coast; Guard at New York: and which extended the mains Infant Rosier I A new man. Matt Morgan,, was : Recent Births will show sound movies. FridayI I s: t
Lady". of New York night, May 9. at the Methr r
1I11H Boo", or some BO- Laramore According to a city put on the force April 1. Mr negro d
Wsr. of the 4fSO titles on the Pail: bearers were: H. tMott. to them., from 40 percent to SO !.. J. Rosier the three-wekJ-Ellis Morgan a Starke man has been Mr. and Mrs John Thomas : odist Church in Reno. All col
mploye Mrs. '
AhPivw.The V. V. Hazen. J. J. of the people have aJready old son of Mr. 4. employed at the State Farm for Anderson, Lawtey, April J, girl; ored folks are Invited and housewives 31 1
Ilhrarlun will be glad KellY Lyon Crosby and Raleigh percent had water put I n their Rosier died at his home a several years Chief A. L. Alvarez Mr. and Mrs Ottamus Wilmot are urged to suggest that 1
10 know Mr. Rosier Is employed April 2. girl. their servants attend.'F' .
"bat >ou want to Water". in )uses. "We are making connex said yesterday. Brown 'I't'I'-
"" ,. Thomas arrangements.Funeral Home was ion* every day." he said. local taxi companY I "' t,

charge i'' ,I IN

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] in the nature of a test: If the people come returned to Hampton. Hazel! to class. Friends will-be glad to son of Mr. had Mrs. J. S. Shuford, : May 3r4. 1943, In the 0,1

: r The Bradford County TelegraphKntabllHbed close to that goal the government will realize become a real dirt farmer and hear of his rapid advancement.He is now' Corporal David L. Shu- I vu tiff Court.....k.and dlvorc Cause"n. Whxh abol1 a.
to has been In the ford. He is stationed at lief
Eugene await Uncle Sam's call. Navy only a Lexington Bradford CountjtTXa
1877 that it can collect a large part of the. fundsit The raUroad yard here is a short time, having joined In Jan- Ky., and schooling; in engineering tOllr.hall weeklyxsues publish. / "I'd.., I;"

a MEM.BER. must have by voluntary methods. On the very busy plac these/days, keep- uary, and has been stationed In and survey work. The Witness my han'J ,

x' j FLORIDAPRESSASSOCW1ION; other hand, if the sales fall far short of the ing R.. L.. Brown, the veteran Bainbridge Md., since his induc valuable experience obtained by seal 17th, at 1943.Atarke. P'1..rldll.In4''hla..
) yard man, busy feeding and tion. this boy prior to his induction into (OFFICIAL SEAl.)
NATI( 'WL I5bTORIALASOCIpjIW( goal, the treasury will be forced to use com- watering the engines going to Miss Nettle Mae Fowler of Lake the Army will stand him in A.John. Clerk J. liendersun of KM Id r",..i"\! Ta

pulsory methods.It's I and returning from Camp Blan- Butler Is conducting a class in good stead now.' His address Is flf lisp I ,\It,

I C.: L. Matthew __________ Editor and Owner up to us to prove, during the next ding. e Home Gardening, canning and nu- Cpl. David L. Shuford. C. O. B. 14] 111V
Misses Betty fuad Martha Horne trition each Tuesday and Friday 1523th. Service Unit. Phoenix tinriiT C'O'lt.
SUItSCRIPTION BATE three weeks; that we are willing to make left Wednesday\ior: a visit with night at the Community Building. Hotel, Room 759 Lexington Ky. ; FLOIUU" 0.RCERYTY I''\\'Ib

1't' 1 Yearly. $1.75: Bis Months, '1.00 big, voluntary sacrifices to help finance the their grandmother at Reesvllle, S. Twelve people are enrolled and Send the Cpl. a card. Mary J c. UI""o"1 '
i befefldanr:
war By holding out-by postponing buying C. they report the classes are very Bill Pendarvis of the Seabees I 2395. pW

u 4 1 I"ubll..ed Wmikly on Frlrt y. and Entered m. Second bonds until we have bought other things we Mrs. C. M. Dennison 1 I. In enjoyable and Instructive. left Sunday for his home port I AND ORDER NOTI'tc OF J'I'l1LI"ATIOI
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief '
Gainesville this week visiting her after spending several days leave STATE OF '.\
p) : Clax :Mailer at the Pont Offloe SUrkfl. Fla. 'I.IIUO\
+ al think we need-we will only be inviting a daughter, Mrs. Jessie Mae Sparkman. spent Monday In Jacksonville, attending with his' family. Bill Is stationedIn known. whuse ro'Mld"nl" tut h;

forced invasion of our pocketbooks. to business. California. A card mailed on You are requirrd 10

Had You Rather Lend Your Money The next three weeks will be the final Elmer Gay is visiting hla grand Miss Marguerite Redding/ of his return was posted at Cheyenne fourt May: 3rd and 1943 cause/nth". IIbuvo.ap.......,
parents in Savannah, Ga., for a Lawtey was the over-night guestof Wyoming. Quite a spell seeks divorce.rd n..dford wherein phri
Or Give It For Taxes .
: test. few weeks. Miss Myrtle Dobbs Monday. from old Lawtey. In Telegraph nrxt'tour shall pUbllllh tbl.r lq
Cecil Moore'*]-a n d family of Mra. M. D. Young entertaineda Captain BUI C Wainwright ofFort Witness my weekly hand Issues \
Starting Monday the '
Treasury Department ... and
t of friends and a .al at //otark8.:! '1
South Florida have recently visit- large group Bragg N. C., returned Mon. Florida, the 9
F. B. / Will I t943.
: i ) will launch its Second War Loan Investigate ed friends and relatives In and number of relatives last Wednesday I day after spending several days (OFFICIAL REAL) A.

d! Drive-a tremendous effort to collect an Forest Fire Damage around Hampton. night with a dinner honor- with his parents This boy has E' K. Perryman A. Clerk Of Mld,

r "extra" $13,000.000,000 from the sale of James J. Pickren has been mov- Ing her, mother, Mrs. T. T, Fill- advanced< rapidly In the service Atty for rlt. Stark...4I h,.
FarmErs ,
clearing land for new ground, ed from Bainbridge Md., to Navy yaw on her eighty-first birthday.The and his Lawtey friends are proud -

y War Bonds during the month of April. or otherwise burning brush in connectionwith Department, Jacksonville. party was greatly enjoyed by of him. There is an increasingly I IN COI'NTY cinrrrr' ....IOIHPorte RR to

,;; Bradford County's share in this gigan- spring planting, are urged to use extreme all large number of Lawtey and ..CER: Y.F. .01(11)\1 NIB

4'4'' tic task has been set at $169,000-almost care to prevent forest fires. I TIIERESSABy Bradford County boys doing their,I Addle Maxine HornKkcr Perry I'lalnflll'
Joseph Mia Ida Ha an LAWTEY part in this world conflict and f.ndwnt. Case No. 2tol(rnt'kwORDEn ,
y,, four times as great as our average monthly C. Kircher Regional Forester of the OF
U. S. By F. It. Carrudlne this column believes that these ANn NOT10K l'I'III.IITlo\
; quota in the past. Based on an estimated Forest Service is appealing to land ownersto Mrs. Alice Jones spent the boys have the UJ1.tlntedI'atltude( STATE OF FLOltiDTeleKiaph TO ,AI'I'v.u\ 10:

.' population of 11,000, this quota representsan with State and Federal week-end In Lawtey with Mr. and BKKKV SEASON OPENS of their families and friends. fortheir dress n is Unknown. "k.r lib...I
cooperate Pro-
Mru. O. J. Phillips and family. The Lawtey berry season opened unselfish determination to You ar.. ..
investment of $15 in War Bonds by tection Agencies in reducing! the number of : Earl Geiger of' Cocoa Beach Monday with offerings light. end the useless and Inexcusablewar ]I Court May 31'4.and 1943.Inrthrttbnvvtet..

i' every man, woman and child in the county forest fires resulting from carelessness. spent! several ,days\ of last week 250: prates were sold at an average as quickly as possible. We I I M..kM dlvo..c"" ". 1 rndtord pia,
with his mother, :Mrs J. P. Dick- of $8.75: while Tuesday showed shall publish thlrp'
f during the next three weeks. know this Is true because we ''In next four ]
According to Forest Service officials a inson. 600 crates selling at $7.40 weekly (."?,,.
;j knew these boys before they were I Witness my hand
has asked and ,
The Treasury Department large number of destructive forest fires W. W. Packham, Olin Barnett average. Buyers here from Plant I Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and seal 25th.at 1943.OFFICIAL Ktarke. Florida. thh oX!b]

for, and will receive the wholehearted cooperation -, have already occurred this spring as a result and Lloyd Barnett spent Mondayin City and Carolina are: Art Meyer Seabees. One boy mentioned in I ( SEAL) A The
of magazines and the Jacksonville attending to buJtnesa. Bernard Peele and Monroe Ad- this weeks' told As Clerk "C aid C
I newspapers, of careless brush burning. In additionto news us that he '1'. Frank I.IIndt'um $I ark ,
ams, all old friends of the py
far-I would not leave the service for a I Atly for vir. ".
radio in bringing home to the people the Y911'IRCI'IT
destroying timber, farm homes and equip Mr, and Mrs.. Dan Loper and mers. With continued w R I salary of ten times his scale in -
vital importance of raising this huge sum daughter Dorothy, SundayIn weather it is believed that the I iv ( ]'OINT, nRtr!,
ment, the smoke from these fires i has spent I the service, and we believe him. Co1: taTY. F"1LOIIIU'
of money at once. But it is going to take slowed aviation and artillery training Jacksonville with their son, I yield will Increase to a thousand Take your hats off to these ser- ('P lI%.. 1I'M
tjiurn l.oulxe
pro- ,
who crates dally for a few weeks. IMniniin
more than publicity to put it over. It is Valuable hours of recently underwent an opera. vice men long enough to remem- Charles Henry You"K. j,!, 'I1,,'
have : The in need of
grams. manpower tion. plants are badly ber that your future lies in their dltllt C'aMe No. 2398
going to take a willingness to sacrifice on been lost in controlling fires, where fire We are glad to hear that Mrs. rain. hands ORDIoJH OF 1'L liLK'ATlftJ: mil

the part of the American people.If Dan Raley is home from the The Orange, Motor Lines /STATE:! OF 1''IoRhUAA1n ',Ph,
crews were drawn from military camps and Alachua is Louie Lee Wainwright, son of operating Henry, Young, Jr.. whose mil,
County Hospital and
the people who are earning more war industries. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright bus service to Camp IN Unknown.
Improving Her mother, from arw reriuhcrt It. .
Bland and outside
than they did before the war would returned to his base In Maryland ing towns do- Mayo 3rd. 1943 In the Rh",7"Court .
money As a result of the seriousness of this Alabama is with her. Wednesday. Louie Leo IK In nated through" the Lawtey Agency mid cause, .h"r"l"" iil..
invest all of their extra earnings in war Pvt. Frank Kelsay of Camp seeks divorce Ilrndfurd i7
situation F. B. I. Agent and military author- Uncle Sam's Navy and is study- $25 to the Red Cross This wasa Telegraph shall publish Ihl'l(
bonds, they could build up a nice nesteggfor ities are investigating a number of these Standing spent last Friday with Ing Radio. handsome gesture and Is ap- In next four weekly Ixxun.,
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Witness my hand and
preciated by both and the of
a spending spree after the war. If they fires, and federal, charges will be instigated Kelsa)'. nie We\ Bennett are advised of the that A.Pvt.E. F.John-In Red Cross. Lawtey oral 24th. at 1943.IoItarko, Florida, this II

don't invest in war bonds, the governmentwill under the sabotage act. Officials pointedout Endeavor Everyone Is invited to Christian England has taken an English Mr and Mis. Horace Cox of' (OFFICIAL.As SEAL fl.'ik) ,.,A f Mid J ,Thr piT

undoubtedly take that money outrightin that the destruction of war vital timberor on Sunday afternoons girl for his bride. Johnnie Is sup- Jacksonville spent Sunday with Frank lanlrurn.1oI1..rk.. ., Fl.l.
at the Christian Church and Atty. for Plf.
to have taken the the the parents of Mrs. Cox, Mr. and 4.21 (I
the form of taxes. posed step I
endangering of military establishmentswill meetings on Wednesday
prayer 8th of March last. Mrs. P L. DlnklnsMr i\ cmri'iT cotiiT. SRtui .
So the question of war bond buying nights. ('01T1. PLOIIIUtl 1tB
be classed as sabotage where the fire Bill (Fatso) and Keeffee (Iron- and Mrs Joe L. Shufordof C'Kit V.
really gets down to this : Do you want to results from either carelessness or malicious Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of head) Harrell of the Army and Jacksonville were here over W M Hall I'lnintlff ,'n, M.
Jacksonville\ spent the week-end the week-end n. II all. Oefenrtant ('it. .. SnORDKK :
give your money to the government or lendit with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Stew- Navy respectively returned t o visiting Mr. and !: OK ft'HLK-ATIo"
intent.A their bases Wednesday. Bill toFort Mrs. J. S. Shuford, parents of AND NOTICK: TO Al'IM-MII]
to the government? reasonable amount of care will elimi- art.The Joe.IN STATE;: OF FLORIDA til Mil
Rev. Hogarth of Palatka Banning and Keeffee to O, Hall, whose rexldrnre, !I. !
That ought to be an easy question for nate these fires. Brush should be burned held services at Hope Baptist Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, nnt'I'IT COIHT. n"AUFOHD it,You Montgomery uirrd, Alabama. to annul
These boys spent their leaves ('OI'MV, FLOIIIIIVl IV CtltNC : May rt91 In !
most of us to answer. only on windless days-s tacks of brush Church here Sunday. 'I1:II%. abniu
with their parents here, Mr. and Court and cause, wherein 1 plu.,
Financing this war is a problem that is should be kept small. Before burning a Luther Carl Hmlth. Plaintiff VH. seeks divorce Drndford "I',
Mrs. J. L. Harrell. Also visitingthe Ola Margaret Smith: Defendant.' Telegraph ahull publish this 0
apt to stump all of the experts. But with fire line should be plowed or raked around FLA. STATE FARM Harrells over the weekendwere ("a.... No 2383.OIUiMK OK. Pt'HtJCATIOV I In n:;Vt four. my weekly hand uuium.WitneHH and .cl,

the national debt increasing by many billions the area to be burned, plenty of help with lly E. K. Boutier Jr.. of: Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs. J, L. Harrell STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO AI'PKAU toOla neal 24th.at 1943.OFFICIAL Htarke. Florida, this II

each month it is apparent that money tools to control any spot fires should be BIRTHDAY PARTY Margaret.. Smith, whose address Inclo ( SEAL) A. J. Tb
Mrc. L. A. Wiggins entertained 'Missy' has made the grade.Missy' (] : lllnP."tlvery. Conway( .) A. Clerk of raid C
t must and will be collected from the people available. Last, but not least, the ashes Saturday afternoon, April 3, witha David Lemuel Shuford. South You are required to appear en J.Ida.C.Atty.Durrance for Pit., Jackaonvlllr S-U,41.r

at a faster and faster rate. should'' be kept wet down to prevent sparks party honoring the fifth birth

The goal $13,000,000,000 for the sale from blowing the ashes after the workers day of her little daughter, Marie.

of bonds in 'a' period of three weeks un- leave the field. The affair party, due was" 'to rather an epidemic an unusual of .H- /

doubtedly has a lot more significance thanis Don't help to sabotage your own coun- mumps In the community. The L! Jnh/9-

apparent on the surface. Although the try by carelessly burning up an important chUc 'en were incited in two r/PHl

g that it is natural treasury hasn't said so, it appears resource. those who had not had mumps,
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and the last of those who had
BKOOKEKlly infant son, Thomas Lee will be Crosby Sunday afternoon.Mr. them or had been exposed to
Interested to know that they are I and Mr. D. O. Kelly and them.' Indoor games were played
Mlnnto Lou Ilaxrn at home from the Alachua County Mrs. H. M. McRae were visiting during the afternoon, after

NEW: ARRIVAL HoHpltal. Mrs. Ary Brown Monday even which Mrs. Wiggins served the You can spot it every time
Mr. and Mrs. James Endicott Mrs. Ralph Hazen and children ing.: children with delicious refreshments -

of Starke announce the arrivalof were in Gainesville on business Mrs. Owen McRae of Lake But- of ice cream and cake.

a baby daughter; Amanda I I I I Saturday. ler spent'' Saturday night and The honoree was the recipient o f Civil Air Patrol has recruited more than a third of the >'
Jean March 25th. Mrs. Endicott Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nipper of Sunday here with Miss Odessa a number of lovely gifts THE '
I) 100,000 civilian pilots to fly for national defense.
Iva Ocala vlsltois here McRae.
will tx remembered as Miss were Sunday. Miss Vasongla Patel of Starke
Mae Lewi. Mia. Harvey Baxter and cnildien Pvt. Leo F. Starling, of Fort was the week-end guest of Miss Coming from every walk of life, they are putting forth an y

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Marky spent of Jacksonville spent the Benning Ga., was visiting his Bernice McMUllan. extra'something to do their trained part. To them andto
Monday In Gainesville week-end with her parents Mr. parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Star- Pvt. Curtis Malone of the Naval
CROs.lIUVE and Mrs. W. H. Harrell. ling Sunday. Leo only had a Air Station ilea Jacksonville and you, in its own way, ice-cold Coca-Cola offers some.

ICED The Red Cross Drive was quite Winfred Hazea of Starke visit few hours but ,tried to see as Mrs. Malone of Lake Butler spent thing extra, too. More than just quenching ed his parents here over the week. many of his old friends as pos Saturday andi,,Sunday with Pvt.
Buccestiful.the Drive waa The$259.amount The raised committee on- end.Mr. sible. Malone's parents, Mr,. and Mrs.. brings refreshment. refreshment that goes intoenel'lV
and Mis. Hugh Rahn and W. E. Malone. .
wishes to thank each and
make daughter, Merna Lou Mrand HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dudley were
who helped to
every this drive one success.. Mra. O. J. Mott. Mrs Jim Mott .By II. B. Wiggins called to Marlanna last week because Made with a finished art and with a taste all.its
and daughter, Bonnie and son of the death of Mrs. Dudley's
Seaman 2nd Class, W. C. Crosbyof John of Ralford were Brookei Mrs.. W. O. Sasnett of Tampa, step-mother, Mrs. W. J. own, Coca-Cola has quality that sets it apart. Hereis

Lee Field vloited his pients visitors Sunday.Mr. .spent a. few days here last week Johnson.' something in refreshment that was, and stillis
here over the week-end. and Mis. Fled Green of as the guest of her brother-in- Mrs. Drew Beasley and daughter
Mr. and Mrs Alph Hazen of Jacksonville\ spent the week-end law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W*. ,, Ruth of Lake Butler spent original. Coca-Cola offers all the difference

Orlando vlalted his parents here with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green. M. Norwood. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rat- between something really refreshing and just
for a few days. Mis. E. J. Lewis returned home Mrs. W. M. Norwood and Mrs. ford Brannen.
Mr. and Mis. O. II. Orison and Saturday after spending .several W. O. Sasnett visited their brother Mr. and Mrs W. E. Malone something to drink. There's no comparison.

Mr. and Mr. J. K. Douglas vlalt- days with her daughter Mrs. and slster-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. Malone's father in .
ed Corporal and Mrs Resale Col- James Endicott, In Starke. J. A. Harris In Gainesville Fridayof Madison Monday.

son of Valdosta, Ga., Sunday. I Staff' Sgt. Malcolm Lewis stationed last week. Mrs. H. M. Richard and chid- Wartime limits the supply Coca-Cola.. Those times

Mrs. Mack Hall Is visiting her at Fort Hancock. N. J., / Pvt. Thomas D. Cannon of dren. Jane and Henry and Mrs. ; when you cannot get it, remember
husband Lt, Hall In Mln tnHlppl. writes he Is O 1(. Sgt. Lewis has Camp Blanding spent Wednesday A. M. Richard spent several days, being
Mr. and MI'>>. Bill Bryan and been In the Army since March 14, : night here with his sisters Mrs. in Jacksonville last week. "'hUe'' first choice, sells out first. Ask for it each time.

little daughter. Billy Ann and 1911.Mrs. I Noiwood and Mrs. Sasnett. there Mrs. H. M. Richard and

:Mrs. Ch.... Hardy, Sr., of Gainesville Vera Collins and children. I Mr, and Mrs John H. Parker children visited Mrs.' Richard's a
visited Mr. and MI'''. Eldon of Jacksonville are visiting relatives have as their guest. this week parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. 4 1 .art o ,

Hardy Friday evening. I I.MI' I I here[ this week. their son-in-law and daughter Mrs. A. M. Richard visited her s It ,. Js a. >a ,
and Mrs. Luther Sowell of Mr. and Mrs Corbet Smith of daughter, Mrs. Bruce Norman, t w

Mlcanopy "pent Sunday here with ;' PINE LEVEL Homestead. and her sister-in-law, Mrs John -, a P J
relatives and lends. I i I I fly Mrs. II. M. McIUe Eugene Chason of the IT. S. Ewoudc. ,
Mr. and Mis, Sanford Ritch Coast Guard at Delray Beach was Miss Jewell Carter of Starke G
and hon, Gene. of Starke visited Rev. W. K. Hall filled hU r..g-I visiting his mother over the was the guest of Miss Lorene 4'i :

relatives here Friday. I I'I War appointment at Pine Level weekend.Mrs. Moncrief over the week-end.
Miss Marie Green was a GalneH- Church Saturday and Sunday with I II Jessie Mae Sparkman of Mrs M. D. Young of the State Mr

v111e visitor Filday. I|'I baptism at Crosby Lake Sunday Gainesville' was visiting her parents Farm, and nephew J. T. Fillyaw %
Mr and Mrs. Joe Raye Harris. afternoon. We\ were glad to have Mr. and Mra. C. M. Dennl- and wife and baby and Mrs. .
and children of LaCrosse visited Mrs Hall with us again. son this week. i Young's cousin Mrs. Opal Town- J''
Mrs Harris' mother, Mrs. Dock Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman R. L. Brown of St. Augustinewas I send, all of Lake Butler. made a e r rl
Waters Sunday. and son Gerald, and :Mr. and Mrs. visiting his parents Mr. and I trip to Ashburn, Ga.. last week to ) 1 N'v n
Mia Dalwy Fisher of Woithing- I I I Eldon Sapp and little son. Rudolph Mrs. R. L. Brown over the week visit relatives. They were ac
vlHlted Mrs. Ralph all of Gum Branch, and companied home, by Mrs. Young's Even on the ground
4 ton Springs end.Miss
Hazen Sunday. I Rev. and Mrs. Hall of Green Juanita Kalch of Jacksonville mother. Mrs. T. T. Fillyaw. who thirst pilots know that your

Mrs. Lonnie Parker visited. her Cove Springs were dinner guestsof spent the week-end with her will visit here .for an indefinite when takes wings Prink
lllter. Mrs. Coleman of Gainesville I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae mother, Mrs. Carrie Kalch. length of time. cold Coca-Cola.you drink ice-
Sunday afternoon. G. P. Sr. Mr.. and Mrs. G. J. Rhodes
+ who i Is11\ at the Alachua Mrs. Wadsworth. of /
County Hospital. Mrs. Robert Myrick and Miss spent last week with her sister, Maltland were the Friday night take ill pLace.comes to

Ml a Wanda\ Pearce of Stake. Odessa McRae were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Inez Morrow In Plant City.. dinner guests Q f Mrs. Rhode's I S
spent the weekend with MIs\si\ Susie Locke at Lake Geneva Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Man Ire of uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.

Bettyre Palmer. afternoon. Jacksonville have Just returnedto O. Caldwell. Mrs. Rhodes remained Delicious andRefreshing 1,

Mrs.. L. O Ha i>n and daughter, Owen W. McRae of Camp their home after a few weeks with her relatives for several !' '
Minnie Lou. Mi.. James Caon. Peary, VVilliamsburg, Va., w a. visit with C. 0.'. mother, Mrs. days while her husband madea *
here leave Mattie Manlre. business trip to> Atlanta, Ga. 5
aryl children and Miss Juanita on short Saturday. ,
Ffagle were Gainesville visitors Owen Is looking well and needless Mrs. Ethel Tidwell of Macon, They both returned home Sunday _
__ Friday. to say his friends and loved ones Ga.. was with us a few days last afternoon. The best is always the better
_ Miss Lucile Thomas of Gainesville were overjoyed to see him again. week.Hazel Word has Just been received buy!
visited Miss Betty listen Rev. and Mrs. Hall. Mrs. J. W. Perry- and Eugene Blrt here of the promotion of one of lonUD UNO" AUTHOIITY O.
Green Friday. Hall and Mrs. H. M. McRae visited have quit their jobs with the our local boys, Ralph Dudley 4. THI COCo.CO'A COMPANY IV

Friends of Mrs. Lee Green and the bedside of Mrs R. M. Southern Bell Telephone Co. and the rank of petty officer tOl STABKEP..GH : COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY



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radford_--County High School Journal I IEIITOKI.L

chief __STAFF Idalou Davis Public To See ; '
.4n Editor- Virginia Sewell I Survey Shows How Students

9 _,..'_ June Blow DON'T MISS"What I

lni r Reporter Alice,? June- Patsy Harding Keen Senior Play Spend Their Spare 'Time i

y _. Jewell Powell

Tub New' '___ Leis Newsome Friday NightTonight A Life"Friday A survey was recently undertaken stamps; 60 percent go to picture

Eva Fay Gainey In BHS relative to "Out of dhows as often an twice a week;
Markeyujad School Activities" 0 f students 33 1-3 percent go to dances; 53
Martha is the time for the big
______ Shirley CoUey event to take place. You'veguessed The way students spend their percent have a radio; 49 percent

_____ Clarice Thomas it. The long awaited spare time was determined by interested In games; kinds

""Feature* ___ Nina BlahopEdWards Senior play "What 9th questionnaires Seven hundred of games: Football Baseball and
a Life will
Marjorie CriderEDITORIAL be April pupils In grades four through Marbles) 23 percent belong to a -
presented at the
high twelve inclusive answered those club (kinds:: Boy Scouts Jr. Red
auditorium for the approval of ,I
questions. Cross, and Band) ; 53 percent attend
the patrons and students. Thereisn't I I I church ((20 percent of the 53
This task was undertaken by
any doubt but what it Is '
In B. H. S. AuditoriumI the following committee: Mrs percent every Sunday) ; 40 percent -
worthy. Mr.
'rfARS: LIKR- fact Rooks and Ruby Mae Perkins, chairman; attend Sunday School; 46
thinking: once his capable staff of tireless workers .
Lebody of wise Mrs Eva Anderson and Miss percent have up to two magazine
have been
Jrtat "almost all our faults working for weeksat Madge Mlddlcton. In home; 46 percent read ,a dally

than thejswe practicing, assembling scenery, Receipts To Be Used For War Bondspeople I paper; 33 1-3 percent have no
more pardonable making posters and selling tick- By careful consideration of the magazines' at all (kinds of magazines -
invent to hide them. I ets. The play is a three-act nre. questions asked, the folio wing I availableare

t' Intend to atop and explainrue state- : sentatlon 'Of.the lIiOf--Henry; facts were disclosed on a percentage Farm: largest magazine number, comics, und

meaning of that Aldrich basis; 60 percent work at
and the trials and tribula-
I don't believe It needs are. Received word from I home; 53 percent work elsewhere boy magazines) ; the radio programs -
for tions he faces all because he likesa Baseball SeasonIn Vox Pop, Jr. I n order of preference:
xplanatlon. What I want to a .,;- Several numbers have one of me Spyln' Spitfires that (kinds of work: Filling stations, Aid-
to call your attention to been planned for the intermission Wanda Pearce took a trip all the Full Swing; Dear Editor: delivery service, and papers) 30 rich news,Hill Billies Ranger and similar program I

act that right now, with the between acts and from all Indica- way to Brooker, Florida to upend Waldo DefeatedLast The other day I met a new percent spend earnings on clothes

f the term so near at hand tions "What a Life" will be a the week-end with Betty Palmer. girl who had Just started to und expenses. ; others recreationand .*, and Jack Benny ,

e prone to spend more time success. That In, If our friends They say travel Is a great educa- Thursday! a week ago our : school here. It was love at fleet shows; :53 percent buy --.E. F. a. ; r

for doing tion so I Snoop'll be un- sight her but not for ,
facturlng excuses and students come out to see !it guess baseball team composed of boys on part ,

i than attempting to remedyct and thus boost the efforts of the educated all 'er !life. from the Physical I Education me. What can I do? Kelley and Barbara Keen. Good Virginia Sewell ': s

ItBclf. No one Is perfect clasu. Mr. .Rooks, the director What little girlie Is crazy about classes played the team of Gainesville I Crazy going, kids. Keep up the good Melverna Thornton j

till there should not be this stated Monday that he Is very Curly? I'll let you answer that High In Gainesville We Dear, Krazy: work. (for the rest of uswe Leonard Peek '

taring whining and griping. pleased with the progress. one as I don't want this world to were defeated 8 to 2. Coach Try being!: nice to the poor kid. should' start burning; some mId- I

ontlnually furnish apologies From all It be leas one more pest. Riser went' with the boys. The It won't do you any harm, and night oil.) We don't have but loth OnuloLora .

Mugs which we either did seem that the appearances actors are most may All right Betty Ray. I promise line-up for the game was as follows it might make her feel good.. It seven, more weeks of school Itseems Crews ; .

d not do. If we strive top Important to the success of a play not to misspell your name any- : Pitcher, Jim Spear; Catcher, she Is around you very much like we have been going Alline Kelley. i

our characters and make but where would they be if It more. I wish to apologize to ,Fred Dickman; first base, Bobby this flare of hers will probablywear I to school only three months Myl Barbara Keen., j

more like we would haveto were not for the large group of Bettyre' Palmer for Incorrect McRae, ; second base, Hubert off. She'll find a nrw flamt-. i'my! how time does pass by. Burton !Prince, ", ,
be, It might be a goodto Prince; short stop Hurt Prince; They nil do. Thomas Wadsworth. t
competent workers who see that spelling: of her name. They told We wonder who gave Cozela! ,
"begin on the ground the stage Is made ready and cos- me I didn't have to use correct third base Billy Burncy; Right I .;d It 0..'. that pretty chain and locket .she !) trade t i

"' so to apeak. In other tumes, etc., are gotten up? Then, spelling in this column anyhow. field Edgar Wllkerson; Centerfield Dear Editor: Is wearing now? Gloria, Cooper '
make an honest effort to Herbert Green, Short Stop I
i, there is also the truly significantwork KIDDIES KORNKR: Being a How ran I help out with the So: 1 hear Shirley II. has a new Hazel Fields J 'i'l'''
of and do )
Is expected us Carlos Myers and xubntltut.eswere
hat ; '
abilities. It of the pottter makers and repoiter and, might I add, an important paper ? I know you have more boy friend ngaln. (That's O. K. I Nattier, ,
the best of our Paul Dinklns Buster Bennett .
ticket sellers. Each Is responsible oneI was Jonnle on the troubles than we realize getting was just wondering; who 'tis this I / ti
enough to toss things i George Shuford and R. W. I 14th iriule a "
n.ple and satisfy ourselves, for I i'or. the success or failure of a spot at the Senior Kid Day Pic- Mosely. a paper ready for press. time). I II |' Joyce Moore, ;; !

with second-rate play. "What a Life" has not been nic. I made a note of some of The Heart BrotoTi. j Well! I KUesM\ It's about time I I''' Frances Powell '.
moment, a following Friday we pluyi-d I ; ,
lacking in that kind of supportand the most outstanding sights which rolled this ball of mid I'
e. But, there Isn't any everg I Waldo, winning 0 to 7. The line Deal' Heart Broken: up yarn Elmer Johns,
satisfaction to be achlev- for their efforts we are profoundly I now bravely dare to tell you up was the same with two exceptions It really Isn't so bad. The .staff got on my way. I Charles Mooney. "

rom that method of doing, grateful. ( about. I'll begin with: Second Base, George Shu-i an a whole cooperate gloriously Sophomore Spy. I '

It takes real will power Among those people who have Pat's big feet. ford and short stop, Herby Prince If you want to help all I can say 71h mule, I ;

.cept a challenge and not done a grand job helping out are: Grace Wagner's version of the We are glad that there Is Is to write, write, and, write HONOR ROLL Donna Lou Cannon

to fall back upon those Scenery -- George Powell, J. A. I Virginia Reel. enough interest among the boysto some mote. Ona Demorest .
Martinez. Nina's three beaus. Oh -pur- Kdltor.: who entered this Edith Manning \
I amends which may hide our challenge the teams of other Those are on i
don me, I mean Bows. will month's honor roll are especiallyto Barbara. J. Mayhugh. 4
I reasons. Laziness may be Pesters Gloria Buford. schools and we hope they I

I of It all but It lies withinower Tickets -- Zannle Stanley, Shir- Sara's quietness keep It up. Dens- Editor: bo commended: for their Audrey Ann Prevail ; Ji.'.

of each of us to deter- ley Colley and Helen Rivers. Loin New' ome'. recitation of The girls physical. eel classes I want to congratulate you on grades Indicate that their achievement Mildred Thomas .

hlch course we will take. Programs -- Sara Barefoot Mary Had a Little Lamb. have also' taken to baseball and having a full page newspaperlast In all of their subjects ha Marguerite Fowler 1 J t' i

-I. L. D. Idalou Davis George Kenls, Jew- Eva Fay's rending and spelling. after a few weeks of practice week. I knew you could du been consistent through the school Leon Ellington h" r I

ell Powell and Marjorie G rider. Bobble Tucker's blue pinaforewith have been showing marked Im it. yea I'. It Is my hope that those Claude Johns.Off f .
A reader.Dear I
Properties Bob Turner, June ribbons to match. provement. There are not quite who have been dropped from the -
ual Kid
Day "
UlOHS, Idalou Davis. Virginia Bolvln's photo posing. so many fanned out and a few" Reader: roll will take stock of themselvesand Ire Hupp Hen. Bradford i: ; '

yed By Seniors We are also very grateful to And last but not least was are learning how to catch und We were very pl'olld' our full Increase their efforts so that County Telegraph. 1.I. i

all the Seniors ball. Some have page and with t encouragementlike they may be added to the router
"Quack. I think throw a play..dbefore '
Mrs. Hamiter for
I Gold Head Larry her very m f'llIc'.r ( >IIHT.' nlt4lPOHla
fine assistance with the make are familiar with "Quack"and but to most of them It Is this we' will strive for greater next month VTKI.OIIIIIAl IN s's.e. ". ",
lursday up for others' Information, he a new cport and they are din- things. It helps a lot to know -Fouler Shi Smith, C'KHV.Oordon vs.'I' } 't I
April J, was a bigor and costumes also to Miss Stumpfor that readers interested 11 llardwlck. Plaintiff. !
the Seniors. As has been her work in the business pro- was a little white duck with a covering that It l.i. fun to watch our are Principal. IJeoritlnu ,tier d wick. JlfCondun 'r i iCuss
Wo ,
"orchids" .
Where he fun to appreciate along | No. 237 I
bluebill and wings. and just on much play. i,
|ustom for a number of yearsH. with "onions." niiDKit or PiTmirATioN1AN1
going' is now, I don't know but I don't( I would like to make a cOI'reclion. our 121U Grade l I NOTICE TO AI'I'KAIC I
S.. the Seniors arrivedn Yes sir it's to be a truly ; Kdltor. June Bloss. HTATK (IP' KIvOKIDA to: lleulif-
| short dresses long rlbbon1 grand occasion and a large crowdis think the kiddies will ever forgethim. Two weeks ago I said the Ina H..rdwlck, who* real sad. first and fifth classes had played Shirley Colley, Indiana. '
1 braids short etc. Toe expected to be- there to witnessthe Sad Dear Editor: ;
pants t' ,
Idalou Davis Von ar. rnnulrod to *pp"ar on I
lower classmen enjoy the Senior production "What aLite. Scoop of the week: Spied Madge and the first lost 6 to 4. My figures How can I make .a girl I like I Edna Edwards: May 3rd. 143 in the abovii nnmnl .

." The is 8:15 P. M. Brownlee and Bobble Wetherlng- were incorrect. It was 21 me? She seems to more attention fourt mill Cause, wherein plnlntlfff ar I
(lea eye-witnesses only), time : pay Eva Faye Galncy, f""rkH dlvorcA. Bradford <'4>unty f 1
In, the movies tother to 19 In favor of the first. When to her girl friends thanto shall publish I hi. Order ,
one gathered In the and the prices are 35 cents fur ton taking Martha Telegraph !
the first and. third period clnnxcaplayed Markey In next four w..kly I"...... ,
for a short assembly'aUdl-1 adults and 20 cents for students. day. Oh me. and spring Is here.Witnessed the buys. Zannle Stanley Witness my hand and offlolttlnl ,
featuring the "kids. The proceeds will be used to buy u few mornful groan the first lost 4 to 6. V. S. I Just poor W M Cliirlce" Thomas. "30th.. at 1943.OKKICIAI lark. ., Florida. this Man. ; \

e program was Lois New- War Bonds. Will you be there? as a result of the bad news. In Dear W M: ( MFJA I.) A1. Thomas i t

reciting her version of' 1. D. I IL case you are wondering what It Tiy being nits to her but do lllh Grade A. C'lerk l of said Vourt10. ., .' 'i ", '

|y Had a Little Lamb." But i I could! be about I might add that "Baby Parade"Staged 'I not resort to showing off. That Marjorie Davis, Atty. K.for f'vrryman I'lf. Htark 3-2,. Klorlilu 4t 4-lf- }

rllmax came when VirginiaII Ima Snooper ''all of the ever-studying students By would nip your chances In the ow ,

representing the Junior received their report cards for bud. She'll soon notice that you t

gave out to the very undigI Greetings, salutations condolences last month Monday. From all Indications Tenth GradersThe are uround. Few girls fall to

I Seniors the muchlongedforlions and fallcltatlons How there's much room for see a nice-looking, n t c e-acting

to the Junior-Senior was that to start the ole' ball Improvement weren't so proudof Tenth Grade !boys with the I boy OFFICE ft.r;

tl.XI rollin along-I do declare stu- mine, I'll tell you. help of the Tenth Grade girls
Har- presented a baby' parade in Dear Editor:
Hat band clippings: Bryan
the dents about run out I
boy and Snoop's just
girls piled
tell and freshman Joyce Lloydi assembly Tuesday morning Each They say that I'm boy-crazy
earl and trucks and made of gome thin' to say-seems like
Introduced and In but honest they don't understand SUPPLIES
two of our newest seen mother was
urney to Gold Head Branch. there Just ain't nothin' a perkin'around compose ;r
I like the What
I about tOK(>thers. Can't quite delete turn she introduced her darling me. Sure bOYII.
,stopped to explore the the ole' campus lately. No (
whether Fred Dlckman likes sweet youngs t e r The babies normal girl in her "teens"doesn't

Intending to take a abortto marriages, murders or suicides I the or not. But from all i were dressed baby fashion and ? But gee, I like them as ____________,.6 "" ,
the lake. Evidently there ((1_ feel like I might right now) ; ( indications I'm Inclined to think sitting In bassinets. The cutest : friends and pals, and I do hate

some confusion or the path I but getting to the point, thoughtI'd chosen to teased. What I do?
he docs. | and most intelligent baby be can
I that We Stock Many Items Needed Ordinary
t 10 short. Ask Gloria B., let me offspring go to bat Mystery of the week: Why was by the applause of the audience, Just Sue I
rite G., or Virginia B., tor me a little this week-I '
'' thrilled was given a bag of rationed lolli- Dear Sue:
no very
arrived some hours later think you all know her as Ima, Marjorie )I Business Routine, Both Civilian And Mili-
'pops. a
| when she received a letter fl'omI Lylenlll'l'lIon. very I'm inclined to believe that
re and weary after a long J.'. Blanding last Thursday ( snepzy young child, was chosen. "your teasers" are Just a wee bit '
through the Miss Norman really Americanized !- Camp Let Us Your Needs
Is Supply
woods. tary.
I Crews ]
Lora was
I Enlitc h ten me on the subject, the winner. jealous They probably like the I
teems that everyone had now? I hear she took an .I mother and did she have I If not than
I( I Marge. ',adopted boys aa much. more d I
up an appetite ,aa was examination on the Constitution I his nose wiped! ,,, ,
1 Errant thought: I wish I had a time keeping you do. Ignore their slams their --
by the quick disappear- Saturday. Is that how they do Pat, and Freddie sang I Urll
I Zannle Stanley's quiet attitude chatter doesn't mean a thing.
the chicken. it In Cawja Miss Norman I;: without ac- Books Box Files t
1 help. Don't "Arthur Murphy" any Editor
hough the lake was rather We wonder what gal In Physical ':1.' and how willingness we ever to got along without -,J I companlment.: Garnlta Hut t o Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons ,j tr

wveral enjoyed a swim or Education has grades for the en- see her.We're. i I I sang "As Time Goes By." Mr. Dear Ima Snooper Jr;: | Desk Blotter Pads CardboardCard

around the lake rowing'a J I tire year and hag only been here I'I all-wondering just which! Smith gave the announcements Your contribution have been Index Files l

Many, many of our chll-l two months? girl George Kenla likes If he has I of which very much Interest-I very good lately but may I give Desk Calendars File Folders i

amUsed themselves by tak- Alice June you lucky Jerk- restricted himself to one girl. I!lone etf the student body. If our par-i you a bit of advice? It would Gummed Kraft Tape I

P liots of the affair In Just tell me how do you rate four don't know but I'm Inclined to i I ents are in favor of It, school will probably be better If you could / Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink t
Seems that'Sara B., Lleuts., when I can't even get a for begin stalling Monday. at 8:15a. : ( secure as much news about people
B" think that he has a i( Ink Eraser ;Mimeo InkShaeffer't .
and others their pale-faced private to look my 1:30 as possible. That's what we need '
spent m. and Ills miss 'It p. m. \ '
all. in Pints
them and
changing a worn-out tire way. ,r'' dance Thomas remark I E. L 10;. most. Anything that has hap- I Skript Quarts
*M a perfect day for a picnd Understand one of our high I heard when she ever hit I pened during the week that you Legal Blanks' Legal Pads''
that If and
the Seniors had a school girls was visiting In a New I I feel would be interesting to our Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits
per- run I
baseball and a Senior Class News
wonderful time England town and much to her that deserved having It readers !In what we want. You Carbon Paper Second Sheets ;

surprise was asked the following she certainly have finished appear to know what's going on. Typewriter Paper and Ribbons '
Into the new 8. I agree. Well folks, we
EC queatlon: With or without rum ? get How about keeping us posted Typewriter Oil and Cleaner ... r
e Gleanings Clarice, and I saw you knock one looking forward to that time cal-
teeIply | I
ht'r [ By the way what was your and get to first base. Now canI led "kid-day." It certainly was more fully? Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper ,

It day another hour and ? I have your priority on chewing fun to have on a short skirt Editor. Post Binders Paper Punches 'I
still assembling In Home I Oh boy, how I would like to ? again! For the benefit of the people Duplicate Receipt Hooks

'P! It seems as though there learn to do the Virginia Reel. I gum Well this just about winds up who don't know-we had a 5th Grade NewsThe Ring Binders Sal !''Cpads f

ghee like good ole' Home : heed a teacher. How about It, gab for now. Don't forget nice picnic at Gold Head Branch. Stenographer's Notebooks", '" \
r 1a there? Mr.- Rooks? Mentioning the Virginia my Never ; fifth grade boys are glad j i
the Senior play "What A Life. We had good food too. Shipping Tags' Merchandise! Tags
nderatand our seniors had a Reel reminds me of Kid Me reporters tell me it's really have I seen so many plg-talU to have Dwight Dudley and Harry Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels ;
time Kid Day. Gee, don't no.I'll bet a few of the b iiiors short skirts! Those who I Green back In school. Donald r
r and
the beam.
II "nn .. Alco-Grip TabbingPay t
nook and --- with
could have know little Conner has joined the ranks
been along every Ima. had a strong constitution tooK a )
Indelible Ink
Envelopes !
Easley, Marguerite, Ona corner of those ravines. Clarice,, swim In that cold! water. Someof I, the mumps.
DOris C.. true that you lost all This. past week we have gainedone Steel Letter-Size "FileIts"Klasp j
Idalou'certainly Is I It really BondsWe us passed the time away by I j
ro "tunning. Course I could sense of direction? You must be Why We Buy dancing. We wish to extend our new member -M a c kAbel'- Envelopes Mimeo Styli

a and name just oodles of a typical senior bonds and stamps gratitude to Sara B. for our good nathy. Two other members, And Many Other Items --J i
that I law that If you Herbert Prince did you cover buy for our United States of time. She was responsible for Tommy and Kenneth Bishop have _u__ :

lee them on the street'you the baby MOW Tuesday? You to win The more you buy the plans for the party. We hope moved to Indiana. :

nOl think kidding were kid. And might have made a big sale backstage -' bonds America.and stamps, the more you everyone enjoyed the "kid" program Harry Green ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIALPRINTING ; : ; f

But if you bad been there. In assembly taut Thursday I
or you just helping to win the war. I
tlme's by me- Country Club are "Sklppy" Sewell came 10-G NewsWell !
a-comIn', Dropped or bond bought will morning. '
1n Hum. Guess I'd better be tother day while In Jax only to Every to stamp clothe and feed the boys on the stage with her braids and I I J 1l l

'Ig Bong and see what I find casualties running higher who help are fighting for us and to, barefeet to blend with UH, and folks here I am again. ,Bradford County }t :
up for Seems of the .
minute. tell some
lonll' the next time and higher every Implements to help win this I gave out the Invitations to the Going to you 11
ill then. as if Arllne's unfriendly nag tooka buy will be a free country.I banquet and prom to be on the things that our cute little Sophomores ,

"Susie" sudden dlsllkln to 'er. Elise, war so we every war stamp I 16th of this month. That's something are doing. We got our report Telegraph #, ri
you'll also have to learn to ride am to help so our boys else for us to look forward card this week and we were ,
So as
'" that or the can. all afraid to look inside of them.
w\7 et'at of your Income a horse better 'n be back and we will be to now.
I ii will soon ,, I
but three pupilson Phone 29 Starke. Fla. 11
Bonds WM help let both of you keep away from my Don't forget!!: to come to the We didn't have t ,
hind the planes and tanks club. I do like peace and quietonce a free By Geraldine Shaw play "What A Life" on Friday the honor roll this month ti
will and were: Lora Crews Alline I \ :j
ler IDllure defeat of Lit,. In a while. I( Fourth Grad April 9th. See you there .; they ,

andhia Axis partners. Myt! My! How extravagant ome


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;w :; first In with Mrs Buttes, Montana: "I enjoy the:I Swing And Sweet Saturday night dances StI'lfQ&
1' Monday May as hostesses. with &
i' .II'I SOCIETY and CLUBS I II L. W. Koch and her daughter paper, especially Carolyn Call-different -' Featured At USO Dance were: Mrs. K. w. Hayes Mrs Knl 6t

\I: 4, !, _- -. -.- -- ,.......-__-' ___ ____ U' __n __. --, __ ){n.During Paul the Hudglrut.social., period, the street Her from write-ups the usual are" so. .'I Some like it fast and some like H. Caldwell.. and MlWStump. 11111.Evelh J

Thanks, Mrs. H., but I take no It slow. However, an Army band
Of Miss Haynes| Woman's Club MembersTo company gathered about ,the I A floor
Guests Engagement committee
Distinguished It's of music at the of
credit for myself P'raps played both kinds sol*
organ, and with Mrs. A, Z. Ad i
Honored At U. D. C. Tea To Mr. Holliday AnnouncedDr. Hear Speaker' kins as accompanist* aang a number Jus' because the people I write dance Saturday night given by the. assisted evening. the The hostesses during !Iht;

Afternoon On ,Adolescent ProblemsThe of hymns and patriotic songs. about are so different from the U. s. O., at-Temple and Washington .1 commute. \11
Saturday and :Mr. Othma Lamar composed of Sgt. John
and was happy.Dancing
usual! so everyone Leelit
The hostesses served sandwiches,
Haynm announce the engagementof Woman's Club will meet furnished -! Pfc. Alton T. Pence, prc
sale partners were Clrtdr
A beautiful tea was given cookies and RussWlea 1o- the 23
their daughter, Sara Hop, to Wednesday afternoon April 14, behind Service Organization Roberts and Pfc. Gilbert
U. D. yearns there' a Mory by the Girls'
i the W T. Week Chapter. The guests present. Mrs. C. S. Mc-
+ k C.. Saturday afternoon from 4:30: Mr. Arthur Nelson Holliday. at 4o'clock, and the guest I Cornack of' St. Charles, III., and that lovely antique writing table and incl u d e d girls from
will ,
'" : to 0 o'clock, at the home of Mr marriage place speaker will b e Miss Dorothy Mrs. Marguerite Dickens of Mar- 'that Is such a treasured piece Starke, Keystone Heights, Rat-

_u t L, A. Davis, in honor of Mrs. W. .April 25. in the First Methodist -, Richardson National Adolescent : lanna were out of''town guests.! 'among Ikey Brownlee's possessions 'ford, and Lake Butler. During Presbyterian! Auxiliary
church Mr. Program Secretary of the YWCA I 'Course already and cookies The regular'
A. Haggard of :MIamI. President Mich. is Circle Two : you Intermission punch buiuiess D'luetlllc
r li ? u Florida Division, U. D. C.. Mrs originally, of Detroit.Jacksonville The business session will be, Mrs. Frank Colley' and niece, : knew that Ikey Is Jus' a nickname were served in the lounge. of the Ladies' Auxiliary Of iiT

C W. Walker o f Eustls, First now stationed at the presided over by the president,' Mrs. Charles Darby, were Joint Her real cognomen Is Julia, Mrs. C. A Knight representsthe Presbyterian Church win be held;

; Vice-president;' and Mrs. H. U. Naval Air 8&8e.Intermediate Mrs. H C. Rltch. Mrs. L. A. hostesses to Circle 'Two, at. the and the story goes that the table Women's Service Organization In the Sunday School rooms lye.

aw k i -_ Trice of Coral Gables, Director: Canova, chairman of music will home of the former.'Choice roses, has been handed down for generations as general chairman of the day at 3:30: P; M.STARrCE .

r41 c Randolph Relief Fund. League have charge of the musical pro- pink 'gladioli and white' stattce In the family, always goingto

n ( The spacious living rooms and Ha! April Fool PartyThe gram. were used 'la decorating for this the daughter named Julia .

dining room of the Davis home Hostesses: M r a. Rawson J. pleaaant occasion, Lucky gal! Only thing handed

i were tastefully decorated with a Intermediate League of the Davis Mrs James Lewis Mrs Mrs. Titus Olson, program down in the Callstreet fambly is

n;, ( profusion of U"k.\\gladoil| I !map- Methodist Church gave an April W. It. Hart, Mrs. Earl Searing:, Chairman, presided over the meeting last season's Easter bat .

;'t lal dragons and amaryllis "l lilies 'arranged :- Fool 'partJ;. <,at 'tbe':WBCreatlon Mrs.. R.-C. puford and Mra.vKate! and Mrs W. E. Mlddleton Peeked in at the U. D. C. meetIng -
Hall Thursday night, April' Wednesday afternoon and
In bowls and vases. Shepherd led the' devotionaPnervice. which
with Edith Manning aa 1'1 was!' followed by prayer'by Mrs. saw Eula Edwards (Mrs. Hal)
at the door were Mrs.
Edward Burns and :Mrs. J. W. Everyone WM requested to Two :Methodist Circles J. W. White. The secretary Miss looking particularly stunning in FLA
.. and
fool" with
ZJh "dressed a games Amy Coburn, transacted her a yellow floral print worn
:' I Kincaid and the receiving line were played, refreshments were Have Valuable MeetingsMrs. matching yellow hat A per-
duties and the circle treasurer,
i of Mrs. L, A.
; k' was composed served: and a general good time fect foil for her stately dark
Miss. Olive looked after that
f + Davis, Treasurer-General of the L. D. Vining and Mrs. I), Ray Sunday Monday Tuesday
was enjoyed by all. beauty -. Also glimpsed Mrs.
U. D. C.. Mrs. W. A. Haggard, n ,Carpenter were co-hostesses to department of 'Work. Miss Ray
Those present were: Joan.Cari,. I !. -' also distributed7 'leaflet entitled W G. Halle becomingly dykedout April 11 12 13
_ State President of Florida DIvision Circle On'of thE!'W; S: C: s. of I I
Mrs. O. L. Beasley. President penter Phillip Thorn, Sharon the' Methodist 'church 'on Mbnday The Quiet Time," which Is apart in dark blue crepe, topped off -..-- -..,. ......,..------. -. .

,. ;of the W. T. Weeks Chapter; Hall Frankie Morgan Powell Janet, BillieSmith An- afternoon, at the home ot' the of the Spiritual Life pro I with a Navy straw 'ffios Sup.r-SJeufJi/ 'Go;5a Frances '
under the direction of Mrs
Mrs. C. D. Walker, First Vice- former. A variety o f Spring gram l
der-un, the Rev. O. C. Powell, the Wood. from a -'
!, president Florida Division; and flowers were used in decorating A. interesting note Carolyn '
Mrs. H. H. Trice, Director Randolph leader Miss Carol White, and one the living room where the meet- Mrs. Olson told of the meetingin Inman who's been in Richmond, r.:.; IN AHO1UYAND BUGGY DAZII

1 h Relief Fund visitor, Ona Demorest. Ing was held. Waldo of the Gainesville Dlav I Va., the past seven months, .' Thilr' NEWEST end FUNNIEST Jty-tidtl' !
tilct, which was attended by six atudyln' for a certificate in pub- ,. w
covered with The opening was made
The tea table was prayer ,'
Soldiers Welcomed person from Starke. Mrs. W. O. tic health nursing from William
an Imported white cloth and centered I by :Mrs. G. C. Powell and the program -
Halle, who was a delegate to the I' & Mary College ., Says she
by a low silver bowl of red was in charge of Mrs Fred I
the U.
Soldiers coming Into Annual Conference of the W S. managed t o live through the
carnations, white gladioli and Quy. Miss Abbie Harley led in
S. O. at Temple and 'Washington I C. 3. held In Orlando, gave some coldest winter she ever spent
gypsophella. which carried out 'the devotional service and Mrs.
on Sunday afternoon receive a highlights of the meeting. "Next week I'm going 'some-
A, Wood, who Is of
the U. D. C. colors. Red candles secretary
welcome from the hostesses
warm During the business meeting, where In Virginia' to do rural
in silver holders balanced the cen- Spiritual Life, talked on this subject -
furnished by the Episcopal plans were made for putting nursing! for two months, after
of and distributed small leaf
tral arrangement, and all the "
Church. Punch and cookies were flowers In the church during the which I will receive my certifi-
of sliver.Pouring lets entitled "The QuietTime.
table appointments were
served from a beautifully decorated month of April. The elide was cate," she writes Incidentally, rf'
Russian tea from each The closing prayer was made by I
tea table. The table was cen- Invited to meet In May with Mrs. I understand from local soul'cesthat
end of the table were Mrs. R. A. Mru. T. A. Hunt.
tered with an arrangement of J, W White and the Misses Ray, Carolyn will return to the
Green and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. white and lavendav lark Mra. Will Blair, circle chairman \-
pink, at the home of the latter on N. Health Unit In June to succeed
Served with the tea were open- spur. Hostesses were :Mrs. R. J. presided over a short. business Walnul t St.During Mian Hoxsey, who goes on to bigger

faced sandwiches, assorted cakes Davis Mrs. :M. P. Gahagan, and ""lIlon; and was assisted by the social period the and more remunerative fieldsat t0
and salted nuts; and assisting Mrs. T. J. Griffin who looked after era
Mrs. Edward Burns hostess
nerved hot glnger-biead that time Well, well .
the dining room were Mrs. J. E.Dr. the financial part of the buttress, and coffee. .'/'
Seems Lucy Carden started out
Wilson, Mm. J. W. Brownlee and and Mrs. K. H. Long who transacted -
Each circle .
responded liberallyto for a visit in Mississippi and
Kirs. Junius M. Smith Mrs. J. M. the duties of secretary. The
the collection for both State wound In I
Brownlee Miss Madgo :Mlddleton. up sunny ( hope not)
circle was Invited to meet the pledge 'and local work California Guess that's what DAMON KVffYON'S
and Mrs. E. K. Perryman.
happens when you're married to
About fifty called during .on
a traveling Seabee Hear she
the afternoon to meet the prom- '
inent workers In the Florida Division expects to return home soon aa I II
Carolyn Callstreetstationed Van has evidently set sail! on the aiiaoj6nn

Max Shane U. D. C. :

4 ACTION I RELIEF Guess tliat'n all for now, lads I
Optometrist an' lassies Simply mus' take
Well folks Surely am glad In the infantry school,
I time out to powder my none an'get .EegantPAltmE Palsy O'CONNOI, -
to hear that those IndefatigableJunior having left the good,} ole 124th
FOR ACID INDIGESTION Club member will ready to see "What A Life" I if Richard UNEn08ll7iHl ,
If your eyes bother you let soon some eight months ago Says that '
rollicking senior ,
and 1 fit liven things up with a coupla the work has become : play the '
very routine -
a me examine! you whole town's talkin' about His OrdiMlri <
need them. rousing events Seems a" Ifwe've as they put on demonstiationx "
with glasses you So long See you there ,
been In somewhat of rut
i a for classes going throughthe
i 30 experience.Holldsyi
yean recently, with the old round of school ""ih only InterestI I Carolyn
and Sundays by appointment.TELEPHONE / 1 rf )
/ t routine dances, suppers. Coca Cola have now Is hoping that It will I

U, !i-t87i parties, etc And now the,Jr. I, all soon be over and I can get Junior Woman's Club

Clubbers threaten to un out back God's I
snap to
country, concludes
401 Theatre The Junior Woman's Club will
Temple Buitdint ,. 50cCarpenter's of it with an old-fatihloned rum- So say we'! all\ NIis truer s
hold Its first a
of the
Corner Mam and Monroe Streets meeting new
mage sale, followed closely by a So say we all It's an age of
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Store Spanish Fiesta That rummage speed, my dears And the' club year Wednesday night, April
14, at 8
r'I' Drug o'clock. The new president -
number Is an event'after process of education has been ,
Miss Abbie Harley, will >t sear lad ,
l 01) my own heart for It offers a stepped up until Catharine) Noll-( and Miss Luclle Mitchell will

wonderful opportunity to clean man (Brenau Academy) even has have charge of the

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy out the old clothes closet and get classes on Sunday! My, my Hostesses for the program.
rid of that disappointing: little The strain mus' be I evening are: -Also-
Many Yearn Exptrlenoe Makes It Possible for Me to Render Mrs. Fred Guy, chairman, Miss
dress that didn't do half the -, Mrs
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Henry Husoman compli-I Elizabeth Joiner and Miss Pearl LATEST WAR NEWS & COMEDY
things for you you ments all the I
way from Four, Lewis.
would If you have a

C. JONES Impulse Jus' call Fran Oppermanor ...

Starke, Florida' Hazel 1 Guy and they will spend

... .. .w.. ..... ... ... ,. __ that last gallon of gas to pick
your rummage up Sale will
be held April 10 on the vacantlot 1 CARPENTER'S

SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS near Green's Store .'' ... SALE \
Haven't got all details of the

STEAKS CHOPS Fiesta yet, but do hear a beautiful SALE
green (23: War Bond will be The J'J'Ore

given away to some lucky person s.,

DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES ficers and civilians I I FRI., SAT., APRIL 14,1'5,16,17

hear the U. D. C. tea lat/ the
L. A. Davis home las' Sattlday Mi 31 I Antiseptic Solution. 59c full pint. 2 for
_ _ 60c
A & A "
afternoon was quite a luffly event

an' must Indeed have been a Mineral Oil (Best Grade) 49c full pint 2 for

: In Park Theatre Bldg. ____ ,. Starke Florida very snazzy affair what with _ _ _ 5Q c

those unuHual tea cakes being Imported -! Saccharin Tablets. i 100.s-I-4 Gr.

by Mra. Davis all the way' 25c.. size 2 for _ __ _ _ 26c

from Denver, Coloradul Puretest Essence "

Seems a f i'lend ""of her's sent her Peppermint I ounce size 2 for :. _ _ _. _ 26c

We Are CooperatingWith were some'' so last unusual Cltrlat..r, she ,decided and they to Halibut Liver Oil Capsules; Package of 50; 2 for _ _ ___ _ aoc

ordeK some more for this very
special event .", The lovely red Rexall Hair Lotion For Men. 59c'size.. 2 for

and white center piece of flowers - - - __ __ 60c

; waa' an artistic triumph, proving Klenzo Antiseptic Mouth Wash 59c size. 2 for
_ .
again that Jeanette Kincaid hasa _ __

The Treasury Department wonderful. touch with i these )f lrontKLiver,: & ,Bone Marrow Compound ftl.Op'sTze. 2 for _

I ). '1 modern Sana-greenery arrangements _ _ $1.01
By' Serving As I' rAn > Beautiful u" the flowers Cascara Sagrada.' 45c size 100 Puretest 5

: were, however, they couldn't'detract gr.. 2 for _ ___ _ 46c
from the lovely dresses, _
Aspirin. Quick Relief 25c

Issuing Agent and particularly mentionable was boxes 2 for _ _ ___ _,. _.26c,
I I Mr. J. M. Brownlee's bluishgrayor
\ grayish-blue gown, studded with Tooth Powder Generous size tin. 29c size. 2 for
For liver sequins, the whole blending I __ _' 30e

perfectly with her silvery hair Jonte l Powder Puffs. Assorted Colors, regular 1 IQc. 2 for"

I _ : I II i

WAR BONDSHelp And opeakln-of parties ., .I, Lavender Dusting Powder ,$1.00 SIZe, 2 for _ __ _ =: _"" '$1.01?

Guess the most unusual one of Lavender Bath Salts Reg. $1.00
size 2 for !
the season was the ."mumps"I _ _ _ $ ,1.0 |
las' week for -
party given Tasteless Castor
Oil Rexall Aromatic -
old Marie' Wiggins at the State 2 for _
_ _..
__ _ 26c
Bradford County Farm'. Seems that the plaguehas I '
Puretest Epsom lts Extra
been sweepln' the Farm com- Refined 25c Value. 2 for

munity to such an extent that ___ __ 26e

Reach Its $169,000 Quota the little guests were Invited in,I RexatFCorn Solvent. 25c size 2 for _

two shift First came those .j" '.''i' '' - -'_ ___ ,____________ 2oc

who' had not yet bad 'em, and '
later came those who had already VALUES IN STATIONERY
Buy All You Can Afford I ...JW.;
succumbed or who had been exposed '
: .
Quite a novel idea,I ; SHOp

rrSSS I'll say Add latest victims: ..l EARLy
Margaret an' Margaret Rose Dun-II!

We Will Be Glad To.Serve You can Surprise, surprise! 'I 1
Seem Hope Haynes was quite
successful In keeping her engage

ment a secret until the published

BRADFORD COUNTY announcement You'll find It

In another col. In this issue '.

TELEGRAPH 771. $, &orPr *

A., E. (Sgt.) Wall write from

Fort Banning where he's still


9, lMS

111I BITS of LOCAL NEWS I (I Threatened Fire

1I 1 OUR SERVICE MENllribtnl RED CROSS J I I About 11:30: A. M. Wednesday

l. 1.... .. luivrmito..-.r..lnnuKunt .. a man burning trash on the
1)1) .,. Ruby LUly, of Quincy was Lt and Mrs. E. U Buxton and Mrs. O. J. Griffin has returned "..>. Purratn fnanly:one boy:frl.new.4.. _nl.. 1 ..t.tine.!. : -APPEAL- vacant lot adjoining' the Walnut
are **
eek-end guest of her slater, daughter of Columbus, Ga., and to her home in St. Augustine -....... br ..1..1.K .. *...... ana arm Irttrrn. Street residence o f Louis W.
ant'!! N. Y. (mac Syracuse fr
are now r > hunt Mrrvlrr
making *
Olson. after spending several weeks herewith .. ... .. Koch let the blaze get the a
tilt Titus r..|.....il !. writ. So the Is. 11.d frm \% rk In mark. upper-
their home In Starke. her daughter Mrs. Ethel M. c .: rrr.rtluK .,..... sad rllvlllr* I Pr.Seree y .".." M..">..... | hand of him, spreading to all the
Internet IACTIVE
shu/kln left Wednesdayweek's Biggs.Mr. Mrs. Lemuel Colnon ProductionChalrma.n grass on the lot Being alarmed :
It. IS business trip to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. LaMorte for Bradford at the' danger, Mrs. Koch turnedIn I i

_York. who have been visiting relativesIn and Mrs. L. D. Vining have IN SPORTS enabling him to apply as he Cross CountyRed the fire alarm. A large crowd
<14 Starke, left With little more than cmmonth's would In actual combat, what he request
yesterday for their as house guests this week Mrs. followed the fire engine to the
Kit hags In the
L of Leesbur home In sorvlo. in the army. Pvt. learned from the course any county pro-
Bronxvllle N. Y.
Cottrell Marguerite but harm done. The
J. D. Dickens of :Marianna, Hugh B. duction rooms be sent In to her spot no was
Ingrain, 20
of St..keand Pfc.
the week-end her wltb her Mito. CarMe Jane Frank, and Hutto and the other graduates -; as soon as possible. The quotaof fire fighters used only their banal

)frS. W. B.. Sewell. Mr." and Mrs. Sanfurd Ritch Mrs. Bette Green of Dublin Ga. camp Swift. Texas, now are now qualified for line I bags Is almost filled and she iseager pumps, and th/ blaze. was soon
aligned to the 386th
41( and son. Gene, have moved Into _Infantry, duty, though many of them will extinguished.\
:tbt left Tuesday their ,has already taken his first step undergo training in aerial to get them shipped i
of. E, MIddleton recently completed home Mrs. C. C. Tidwell, of Macon, gunnery '
Stuh. to spend a week, at. his. Just beyond the city limits west Ga., visited her sisters Miss 'on the ladder of military success to augment their value to Last week 18 soldier wives' Hayes Sella AcreageThe
j in* south Georgia. of town on Road 28. Clyde Rhame, of Starke, and Mrs. with a promotion from private to the Air Forces The 11-24 Lib helped at the production rooms.
to private first class. erators to which these men will We are very grateful for this
A. C. DenIson, of Hampton, and Clerk of the Circuit Court
returned Sunlight Mr. and Mrs. John Tillakos\ her nieces Misses. Betty and Ethel Private Ingram the BOB of Mr*. ultimately be assigned, are the assistance and hope It will tforttlnue. recorded the transfer of a small
a few days' bust- left Saturday for Tampa: where Durllng, of Hampton, last week Carrie A. Ingram of Starke Is a largest bomber actively used by piece of property on March 29
from Sebrtng.L Mrs. Tillakos was to undergo a graduate of B. II. S., and was a the Army Air Forces today.RKCKIVKS Mrs Leonard Smith has taken which, nevertheless, has an Interesting i

triP to major operation. Mr. Tillakos Is W. E. Wethertngton. uncle of student at the University of Flor- over the knitting chairmanship at story connected with It.
the Ida when he was Inducted in February ; : PROMOTION the production rooms and la do-
for owner of the KlectrW- Shoe Ralph Wetherington, sophomoreIn Joseph F. Lee owned two acre ,
me to Starke-Biaading Shop BHS, died suddenly at Portsmouth His active participation In Daniel B. Harley son ofMr. Ing a good job of It. Mrs. Col- Just east of Road 13 three miles "

L tailoring andbesleefloppoalte Va.. Tuesday. Funeral sports in high sciool, three years and JUrn. Alonzo H. Harley of son states that she Is short a file north of Starke, and E. W; Hayes

fork Theatre. Mrs Mae Priest, who has been will be held Friday at Hebron ba.aketball.and two years football. LaMoy, has been promoted to the clerk. and' would like some local had.1O acres, aboutthree miles

I.for the past 18 months' an em Church near Jasper where he Is standing him in good stead In, grade of sergeant at the RanAng..lo person to volunteer for tho posi- northwest of town which Mr. Lee
.,. 0 L. Beasley Mrs. Jon.toon. ploye In Koch's drug store, will was reared. the athletic program of the 97th (Texas) Army Air Field tion. This Job Is to keep! a record
Mrs. J. it Brownlee begin work Monday morning as Division, of which the 380th Infantry bombardier school Colonel I II of all garments on hand and those wanted to purchase. Ho sold half
and Mrs. E. la. a unit. !If. Palmer of hie!: together with the
j W. KIncaid book-keeper at Edenfleld's Jew, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had ,i I George commandingofficer sent out Into the county. It requbes acreage
?errvman spent Friday In ell')'. as their guests the first of the -'inWILL I has announced.A one person working on therecords house on It. and bought the t
while there at- HELP !MAINTAIN H-Zfn truck-driver In civilian ute, \ !
onvUle, and week their daughter, Mrs. M. C. ; every Thursday afternoon Hayes property built a home on
the District meeting of Mrs. J. M. Pfc. Tillman K. Hutto. non of Sgt. Harley was stationed at when''th.., production rooms are
H Brownlee and Mrs Wells of Jacksonville
and son-in-
it an" moved there. Later on h.
L' c Mr. and Mrs. L,- S. Hutto of, Camp Blanding, Florida, prior to ,
'. D. Jos. E. Wilson will leave for Atlanta law, Cpl. Wells of Camp Swift, open.B.
Siarke, will his transfer I bought back the property he had
graduate today as an to the Went Texas
Ga., Sunday, where Mrs.Iirownlee Texas, and Mrs. Stable Denmark Herxhfleld, manager of .thel)
will consult the famous of Jacksonville.Mrs. export mechanic from the Army bombardier school where he is a.i shirt factory at the Stain Farm' sold, and now owns both places. ?
Air Force Technical Command member of the 866th omb'll'dlel.1 I, I i
YOUNG eye specialist Dr. Calhoun. They I nan been of Invaluable help to the ..
I I Keesler. Field Miss '
will be gone several days. Joseph A. Scanlan returned Squadron.CH production, room. He cuts all
WOMEN : Tuesday to the home of her parents He has Just completed the 17- ST.IT1ON Raimentu and Is glut! to be of helpin WANTEDMEN
week course in bomber mechanics, \NOKS I
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. HayneH, any way pouHlblo. He has offered
[(CBS; 16 TO 35 TO BE after upending a few days In where h e received specialized Corporal John M. Godwin has, to make all button holes In
training in the vital tank of been transferred
recently from
keeping -
TRAINED AS Richmond, Va., with her husband the garments In (the future Ills : TO ACT AS TICKET i
huge B-24 Liberator In the Fort George G. Meade, Maryland
BackacheMay who Is In the Officers' Candidate high state of mechanical perfection to 'fonowon TelephoneOperators school at Lee.
Camp required for modern aerial his being In the Const Guard, as ( and Mr. HcnhfleKI feds AGENTSOr : .

Warn or Dh..rder..dKidney .. combat. During the last eight was reported two or three, weeks that tiny contribution he makes
U. I). Johns of Tampa was
Action visiting old friends and attending day he was given a field tent I ago, he In with the Count Artillery to he Red Crow Is either directly ( Women 20 to 35) <

,T CAMP;\ LANDING 1 lrrpRUl Modern habit life with, improper It*hurry eating and worry and to: business here Wednesday. He under simulated-- battle conditions. I indirectly aiding his son and l ,

AND STAKKE drinking*rink of xptmurw and Into wus accompanied by his son many others with our armed Apply to
tion-throw* heavy train on tho.work Dudley L. Johns, who Is an Aviation Three Hostesses Kent Control OfficeWm
of the kidney They to b comovnrtaxeti I
Good I"ay& Whll Learning, an apt forces. The uplilt of !Mr. HerHh-
and fait to alter XWM acid Chief Mutalsmlth with the Entertain U. I). C. :Member l.
Inti-rentlng Work and other Impurities from the life-giving, L. Duke, area rent adI field has bi'en' expressed In O. O. WILLIAMS :
J. S. Navy and Is stationed at I!I
With blood. Wednesday Afternoon minlstrntor, announces that effectlve '"
Vocation You may". suffer nagging backache, the Naval Air Station New York |I at once the office In Instances In the people of Hrad- ",
Necotimry headache, dUftineM, I '
rutting up
No leg paine. .wplhnI..I "" The W. T. Weeks Chapter j jU 'i i Gal nfltvlllC! will close at 1:45: : onSaturdays ford County. Blanding Center ,
Lh'lnjtf''OIJ1modatlon" tired,nervous, all worn out. alllhu'j( Pfc. C. W. Savage spent Sunday I I
of kldnny or bladdnr disorder are I 1) C.. held its April meeting I and remain clotted tho VOLUNTEER; FOR VICTORYRY
Available tim_ burning, scanty or too r.'IUyn'| at the home of Mr. and Mrs Wednesday afternoon at the homeof rest of the afternoon., Hours are: GOING TO YOUR PRODUCTION Ticket Office

Apply urination.Try Doan9 Pill. Doan't help the Olin W. White, and Monday Mns. ":. L. Matthews with Mrs i the first five days of the week, ROOMS IN THE LEGION: I'
kidneys to pace off harmful exccwi body rooming he and Mrs. Savage left Matthews Mrs. R, A. Green and !, 8:13: : A. M. to 5:30: P. M.; Saturday HOME EACH THURSDAY AFTERNOON ORANGE: LINES.: Inc.

Between Hours Of century wait They ot public have approval.had moro than Are rwom-half a In their automobile for Niland, Mias Madge MIddleton an host *, 8:51: A. M. to 1:45: P. M. t ." ,. JI I. i,I
mended by grateful tutor everywhere. Calif. Pfc. Savage Is stationed esses. ,
9 A. :M.\ 5 P. M.,, A.k roar auhburl at Camp Duntip.) which Is near I
Calendula gypsophellu, red
SOUTHERN BELL Niland. am lI'yll\s\ llllee, larkspur and :Midnight
yelI ,
LEPHONE COMPANY DOANS u usA low iris, tastefully arranged In I Saturday April
Lt. Bill LaMorte who arrived II 1TYiIiI11{
lO.Utdifcon St. Starke, here last week from Camp Breck- bowls and vases. formed the decoration Sunday ; I1/ II n
for the living and dining
enridge Ky., for a few days with rooms Monday I

I his wife and baby daughter, left ,
I Sunday for Fort Uenning, Ga., The chapter president, Mrs. 0'1 i fl' '".
where he will take a 30-day training L. Bentley, conducted the business

MARBLE & GRANIT MONUMENTS course before beginning Blan-hU dleton session acted and ns Miss secretary.! Madge Mid.The NOW COMES A PICTURE TO RIVAL -MRS. MINIVER-
new assignment nt Camp
MRS. J. M. MITCHELLYour dime! defense donation amounted

Local Representative ding. to two dollars. As the 26th of']'I AS ONE OF THE GREAT SCREEN HITS OF OUR TIME! '

Mrs. George Mamissa" and baby April Is Memorial Day In Flor-' '

daughter, Celia Isabel left Wednesday ida, plans! were discussed for observing I I r y //-aaAa I i

for Atlanta, Ga., whereLt. that day. !| I e 4
Mnnassa Is stationed and Mro. Luther G. Powell read a hfe/4

flew C,aJtfc SanJwicS'op where they will make their home copy of the report from the W
In the future. They were ac- T. Weeks Chapter that was read COLMAN.T
Atlanta Mrs. at the district meeting last weekin
companied to "
(Formerly Yaughan's Castle Lunch: ) :
Jacksonville. This
Manassa'B parents, Mr. and Mrs. report was .
W. G. Strlngfellow. warmly commended( by the state "
GOOD COFFEE GOOD EATS and district officers; Mrs. Beas- V/lelU: :

Mallory C. Thomas of Jackson- ley gave the highlights of the I

villa was a Starke visitor Wed. district meeting Jacksonville. ;
REASONABLE PRICES nesday. After spending a few and she also spoke of the appreciation GARSOJ. -

weeks In the Navy, he receivedhis of the service men for '
medical discharge last November 'the furnishing of the Day Roomat

201 Temple Avenue He came back to Starke and Camp Bland Ing, which our BRILLIANTLY ,. a t

sold out his business, and in Jan- Chapter assisted In performing. I I

uary went to Jacksonville and accepted The three hostesses, assisted by TEAMED FOR

a position as! bus driver Mrs.. Fred Guy, served hot tea,1 THE FIRST TIMEI "

NAT SEZ: for the Motor Transit Co. a variety of.. open-faced* "andwlches. -
olives "V melt home-mado'
Well, folk; steins an. If we no V. B. Harrell, who had the misfortune cookies '
wind one successful volts of ;
sooner up to have 66,000 Besides theTloHtesnes. there
dries than we're head over heeltIn his body
electricity paM '
were present: Mrs L. H.
e the midst of another. This while on duty with the Florida Mrs. Hal Edwards Mrs. HII1'// .,. a
time if the biggest drive ot all, 31 141,
f Power & Light Co. Oct. Adkins. Mrs. O. 1. Haynes, Miss J4.Ain
but you arvnt asked to GIVE a while able to go about his work, Olive Ray. Mrs. E S. Matthews, In
dime-JuM, LEND your upareo atlll goes to Jacksonville for
Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs Fred
t'ncle Sam at a nice rate each James Hilton
+h to medical treatment
Guy, Mrs. 1.. G. Powell Mrs Annie
of Interest" and help win the war. month Last Frhlay he went to Lou Godwin, Mrs. W. ,

The Government wants to bor- the Riverside Hospital for a rou- Chandler and Mrs. W. G. Halle. J.I,
row 13 billion dollar, and $160- tine check-up. Mrs. Harrell laemployed

000 of that'amount muHt .come, as a ticket agent for the NOTICE OK IMJlTNKKSIIir; J Y
from Bradford Countjv "'e',.. not Orange Lines at Blandlnjc Center. DISHOM'TION ,r I +y t tt
Konna let '..... down, are we? We

S never have yet! Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman The partnership between the ''" '
and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. undersigned and-Mr. Jack Fried k REMAr TRAVERS

Davis went to Atlanta Ga., Saturday ler, doing business a a Rogers
to attend the funeral of D. Jewelry and Army Supply, 130 DIRECTED BV .
USE IT WISELY H. Perryman brother of Judge Call St., Starke, Fla., has been ( REGINALD OWEN

Perryman and Mrs. Davis. Mr. dissolved. Mr.. Frledler'wUl. con-I: MERVYN LeROY

Perryman a former teacher In the Inue business at the same place,

.To Buy the Maximum ir Georgia Public School sys\em\ ,,had! assumes all Indebtedness and Is BBi1MWEILFLETCNEfl
RAt,oN been In11\ health for several entitled to.ail 1 bills receivable. SIDNEY r FRANKLIN L I
WA.R rRODUCED av Ic,_"",., Cia.....w..,0-,. )
stAMP QUALITY years. He died suddenly Saturday Gertrude B. Handelsman. I ,,-...........- '"
at the end of his noon meal, 4-9 2t ;

VI DURABILITY day having Funeral afternoon.The previously services. had were two held trokes Sun. le h lI / ;j Piup DORN O SUSAN P ETE R S\AMERVYNLIROYJ: :

COMFORTGet two sisters Misses Bonnie IHt II I I II SUPERMAN CARTOON WAR I It

and Miss! Evelyn Crawford of I Ii L LATEST NEWSCOMMUNITY BONDS

Wauchula who have been for the i r.oaef i
All This and More In past year employee at the Camp I : r II 'J : SING I
and t
Blanding Military ,
I store, had a telegram from their I j
6 mother Friday stating that she I Ik Tuesday Wednesday April 13 14

Ave :' I] had a message from their mother J (: "MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH" ;

Friday stating that she had a I II
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. MEN AND WOMEN I had a message from the War De- Thursday Friday April 15-16 '

partment to the effect that their "SILVER QUEEN"With !

M.h WHAT THE PETERS SHOES brother Corby Crawford.. Was.

Coupons your Shoe Ration STANDARD OF VALUE MEANS: seriously wounded In North GEORGE BRENT I PRISCILLA LANE

do double duty WtAR-QualHy-fcul"" few weeks
,. LONGER Africa. He spent a
'"Buy shoes of that Branding at one time.
RUALIT\'.B111LT, and ...I"vial hlddnl p.rt. I -RITZ-
"thatvalkable .
WEi\R.TESTE a. h rekap NOTICEThe :
D. Buy Sold Under the Rationing Program i '
a.COMFORT LASTS....Ample undersigned 1 is not a part- You are allowed 3 Sunday Monday April 11-12 : r
wearable .
Peters .lIh .nuII'
Shnes that norm htting a'.hula ball of foot ner In. and has no connectionwith fairs ef Shoes Per Year. "FOREST RANGERS" In Technicolor ,

JlIII""re& valor J.CAN Al WAYS liE REPAIRED. Louie's Army Store In Let Us Make Your Old With '
through .
and ... lo aturdv lni co will no longerbe
Duc and
throufih. Starke Fla., I
,,ruction.Sternberg'S. responsible for any Indebtedness Ones Like New FRED Mac MURRAY: PAULETTE GODDARD

m __ J M MH M M of said store, and III 'notentitled TheElectric Tuesday Wednesday Thursday April 13 14 15 ]
the bills receivable
to any
thereof. Shoe. Shop "RANDOM HARVEST"'I'' l

Gertrude B. Handelsman. Acrotw From Park Tfc!*t re }
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"'13 billion dollars 'must be raised !



GOVERNMENT of the United States is!! asking us to lend it 13 get this in doing your (July, you're doing yourself one of the biggest
THE favors of life!
Y dollars in the next few weeks., We can do it. And we must your
For United States War Bonds are the greatest investment in the world
1 do it. Every American must realize the truth:
-bar none. They're investments tailored to fit your particular I situation.And i .

In this, our toughest war, we've. made_ a good start. We've trained a 101... they give you the chance of a lifetime to order and get the kind of .,

r i 5 'r- ... of men- maile a lot of weapons-built a lot of ships. .v ,world yon want to live in after this war. Every cent you put in War Bonds

," ,t' But it** only a start. No man or woman among us would contend for a .. ,. now will help to guarantee' plenty I of peacetime jobs making peace-living

t'.', ingle instant that we're doing enough note, to win this war 'Jor every one of us.
: .. .. '
.'" "' .
: ,'. For your Country's sake-for your own sake-invest all you cant ,
; r;
1iJ1f'l lN We've Got to Build More! '

; \cJ We broke all records building 8 million tons of shipping last year. But. There Are 7 Different Types of U. S. Government Securities
r.. 4 t .t! ('<,'" grim-faced Army and Navy men will tell you that the 18 MILLION tons Choose The Ones Best Suited For You:

we're building this year still won't be enough! ''
: United States War Savings Bonds-Series E: The perfect investment
a p'' individual and family savings. Gives back $4 for
I ; you every $3 when the
We've Got to Fight More!
Bond matures. Designed especially for the smaller investor.I Dated let

I ,. ,', From dow till this war is won, America must be on the offensive.. In' ever day of month in which payment is received. Interest 2.9% a year if held

i I increasing numbers, your sons, brothers, husbands must go into actual to maturity. Denominations $25, $50, $1OO $500, $1000. Redemption

-, I ,r battle. Our losses have already begun to mount-and they will not grow less. any time 60 days a after issue d a I e. Price: 75%: of maturity value.
I ;

t:' ,And We've Got to Buy More War Bonds! ,2tt% Treasury Bonds: of 1964-1969: Readily marketable, acceptable asSure
r 1 'bank''collateral these Bonds are ideal investments for
we're all buying War Bonds now. But we've got to help pay for our : trust funds, estates

;'r" increased fighting and building We've got to match, as best we can, the and individuals. A special feature provides that they may be redeemed. ut
and accrued interest for the
:>' sacrifice of those*Americans who are toiling and sweating on a dozen battle'fronts par purpose of satisfying Federal estate I taxes. ,
Dated 15 1943 due June 15 SWOO.
April 1969.
; Denominations
i -with the bloodiest yet to come. The blunt fact is this to keep our : : $500,
$5000, $10,000, $100,000-aI80 $1,000,000 if
13 billion extra dollars this month. registered. Redemption:
f war machine going we've, got to dig up
Not callable till June 15, 1964; thereafter at and accrued
par interest
War Bond !
13 billion dollars over and above our regular buying on
any interest date at 4 months' notice. Subject to Federal I taxes only. Price
In the next few weeks you may "be visited by one of the thousands of par and accrued i interest. :

volunteers who are contributing their time and effort to this Drive. But

.,.. 't' don't wait for him. Make up'y.ourmbid ''now., that before -this drive is' Other, Securities Series ,':"'C." Tax: Notes7o, Certificates of Indebtedness -

,. :'i' over, you're going to march' right down to your nearest bank, Post Office, ; 2% Treasury Bonds of 1950-1952; United" Slate Savings Bond.

,,,it. or place where they sellWar Bonds, and do your duty. And don't ever for- Series "F"; United States,Savings Bond. Series "G.."


They GIVE their Lives .You LEND Your Money!




Ed Prince
h S. E. Sparks, Prop. MARKET CAL' .
Across From Park Theatre "J;' CANOVA PHARMACY .., CORPORATION Get It"





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M M ,0:3. ./1'r'; Chll1 }ehj _'.l e_ I II 6 -.( P I I" 1 ANN 4 \' EC EJ I.I

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SHOULD CHILDREN SEE WARjklLMS: ? ,, V _(t muss. J 8 1""


great!Should children see war films A zinc such Move Parents' Maga 3 IANK cNG.l moat. 6" !
cerned many parents are rightly con. Family Guide which de. 6 / i iP
over this
question. What
scribe. films
1siskr many complicates of the the problem Is that as to their suitability and gives for an different opinion s IANN 5 W1N ( 8
films '
being released -
ages. Then choose the one or two _
are either about the actual 3
a month which 8' t
ore .
most colorful
fighting or have backgrounds of : and Inspiring and let the children tv cHots ns cllors 7s
wartorn as t
countries. Since today's see those. In this "
parents have way they won"be : : (aoanllout 8
come to know that 7
missing the pictorial tttwwalr It
record CII IIscHops I ::
4 seeing the better films is a real and our valiant fighters they wilt' ...* M saKM

: rt Important education part how of their children's able to absorb as much as,tiieiru. 8 9i$0(11N.A( -:, NIN ,
r can they reconcile minds are ready for of the des._ Fo4tsHANN J 4
this belief
with S
_ their fears about people tn\ occupied coimirlM.( art) 6 4d"'i'cM1OR.I IIRIl/w1
giving? children an overdose of brutality learning at such great price'and'J 7 3tN9lltafNpP1

_ yet they will not be
swamped by
what The we first thing to'get straight Is the Inhumanity the destruction,,.the 5 vet Fes! MANN 7
mean by excess realism. almost unbearable Buffering which
We've read or heard a great many these films must '
portray. "
r ry tr statements recently by psychologists But with all Lisa comment on 'this

.yr who believe that we are giving problem it still remain an Individual Ref

t //.. S children wishy-washy literature and one. A nervou, excitable child irk Cuts cuts
J and that they'll grow up afraidof probably shouldn't. ace any war I .

their own shadows if we don't (Urns, at least until. be is 12 or older. 1
scare the wits out of them when But a robustyoungster, especially

they're young. They always use one with a father or brother In the 'MiMO SOOT 4 NINO' SNA.K Itt OF 15Na 6
the clinching argument that children service
of hi
/ kNt country cortaiury -
# hv @ like to be scared We don't hav.:-hls pride bolstered 7 HAW SHANK
intend to quarrel with this point of mightily '
by/such a film as Air :
Today's Cake Fixings Are Simple, Food Saving view even though we don't go all force,',' Indeed "Air Force" and 8 HmlM NAM 8 IOU" STW .' 'U""IOU'" 5 r
the way with it But we do hold out "WaKs Island" remain our choiceas wwss saaH9 9 '
(See Recipes Below)
for balance
In children's
readingand UM 'best war films for every I HAM $UTT
Alms. Granted that I IINMiLOIN 10 im.o.e siw 8.h. r
Your Own! suspense American, young or old to see. Of 5 H Imw
Bake This Week's Menu and excitement are beneficial &( th.current films about the resist- teeing 8 i
children, and that they shouldn't b Tot { .
taco of patriots in the occupied .4 M T
chosen Breaded Pork Tenderloin entirely shielded from knowledge'of Countries we should say that "Com 0 FLANK STIAR T 8
who have
[Those of you Seven Minute Cabbage our world's especially cruel typvof mandos Strike at Dawn" probably IIIIMCONI 7

Lmemaking as a career can set Riced PotatoesGrapefruitCarrot reality (though we pray that In this tells its story better ,for children 1r 4 Plait ? N 8

aside a half day Salad country they will b. spared the actuality than some of the films with a more eaja'aMNar 4

for baking your Whole Wheat Bread Butter which other United\ Nations mature approach to the subject. 10 psataits 4 Ion_titS 101 '"' 7

own goodies rightin Hot Water Sponge Cake children have bora*)'-stilVas par That Is, more of the daring and

your own oven. Peaches Beverage ents we should cart a Inly see to it gallantry of the people even if the .2 &a< is .11N saat. 8 j U IIIeIS 7

There are few that these more terrifying elementsof telling is a bit theatrical at times, i 3 4 eAIsstr
Given. .
things nicer than Recipe our children'; vicarious experience comes through and less of the Intolerably 2 M iNOUtatasxa '" rCanteas
G eosTON r 6
s a.1
are balanced with
reassuring offensive conduct of the .
|mini, into a kitchen full of busy one about the general trustworthiness Nazis. We think adults should see 7 tail '; : .
Pour Into a greased .
ustling. testing the cake, plump- creamy. pun I at parents and teachers, the these latter horrors enacted so that ? 4 Fat INAeA 4 4HK '
and bake in a moderate 30 \ '
oven .
fig fat loaves of bread on racks to IQtablenes ot most human beings, we will know what we are up S 4Jowt 1

101, or packing cookies in fresh minutes.It Ahe laughable side of one's mis- against. But children need to feel 5 s I

Lai paper for pantry shelves-for might be said of this cookie I takes, and. the wonder of small daily the inspiration of great personal a sNcIt0 M.

>Oft fine boys in the service) that it's spice and all things nice-, discoveries. bravery on the part of those who rrst wgAla 1 ereM" -"" Mar 6

but you'll notice I didn't say sugar/ So keeping balanced fare in mind, are on their side since otherwise

[when sugar rationing first came because it uses corn syrunj"1*''', .. / r.'we suggest: that parents either see they are helpless in the face of the Here is how the housewife spend her meat points. The number alongside
Ito the picture, most of us feared the current war films before their tear aroused by seeing the
hat it would not allow enough for Makes Raisin 50 to Cookie < .r. / children do. or consult a reliable action. the description of the part of the animal indicated is the number of points to be I
( test
|me baking needs, but we have 80.a-' T
'. surrendered for each pound purchased.
!" cup shortening Sj
and to make sugar stretch.r I
ways it i\\t'I
cup white corn syrup I HOUSEIi -- -
should corn
perhaps we say '
rups and honey to make baking egg I FASHIONPATRICIA ftOTM'H OK FINAL Him% Cushy. whose residence l I" Unknown.You Court and caller, wherein plaintiff. I
Ji teaspoon clnnamasi e t rad Notice IH hereby given tu nil are required tn appear on seeks divorce Bradford )l5Iibie. 1 teaspoon vanilla .('"y j i whom It may concern that I have !May 3rd. 1943 In the above named shall publish this OrderIn ,
With eggs up in price and fats / thin day flied Final Return and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff next four weekly iHNUeN.WltneHN .
254 I cups flour j Vouchri an the Kxecutrlx of the seeks divorce. llradford l: County my hand and official neat .
Incoming scarce we have changedur ('harl'.. K. I'uco estate and will on nt '
!i teaspoon salt r UOM[ EIyeDa1ue Telegraph shall publleh this Order Htarke, Florida/ thla March I f
recipes to nil these needs, tootalley's the 6th day of May make application In next four weekly iHHUen.WltneHa 2911t:I IA43.OFFICIAL:.
!14 teaspoon baking .... I to the County Judge, (0. K. ( ) 8I-AI.: A. J. Thomaa
( recipes may not call fore II I'rrrymun, 01 Bradford County my hand and official
2 AN Clerk of Maid Court
i quantity of'materials that yes teaspoons baking powder I Florida, for final I>lHh .rn.i a* nafil seal .t "'tark.. Florida, thin March T. Frank l.andrum. Htarke. Florida
I apple.sa_ / 23rd. 1943.OFFICIAL a-s1
cup : Executrix of said estate Atty. for Plf. 4-3 4t
terday's did, but they can makeEt II ( SKA' I.) A. J. Thomas
}i cup chopped Iuttseab Folisabllth ( Til''", ,
as tempting a product. -. DOW Executrix of Chnrlon R, AN Clerk of said Court.
Vt cup chopped ra.taJaa- Pace' Mutate, 4-1 4t 4-83 K. K. T'erryman, Htarke. FloridaAlly C
Hat Water Sponge Cake Cream shortening Arttb earn syrup II I Aeihot at Sli at Macy'a Kl .. fur I1 If. a-e 41 4UIM LATE :

(Makes 8-Inch layer) and egg. Add flavArtog r. Sift dry
I cup sifted cake floor togWWtr Have you tried sweetening grape i I'M rinc-niT COURT BR."i>Ponri rmrriT ('I>VRT.: RIIADFORIICovc'rl' ;
.. ingredients ; ; and add to idea {COI'NTY FLORIW.tl. IM (:11.\\0., : "" I
.. fruit with honeyIt'/ a good FLOIIIOAl I'M cults.l'HItY
14 .
| teaspoon baking powdery creamed mixture f Attemate dry ingredients fKRV.Charlie .
I of the shells
teaspoon salt with toppfo Muce. Fold in I s Iit I to first dig because the fruit the out honey increasesthe Vivian. o.l\fy Myri rn, Defuntlant.': t"'aVM'i': Angelo Puoco Plaintiff: VK. Anre.lino EXTRA !

tells chopped raisin" a&id& auts. Drop by Q1,1J juice content so much that it No. 2413. 3404. Cuoco, iefendant.: Case No,
1 cap sugar spoonfuls on ffrtase* baking sheet ) I overflows the shell and some of the ANI>>> NOTirR TO A..I'J<;AIt OriDKIt OF PITIIMfATION

H teaspoon lemon Juice and bake in a moderate oven 13 to goodness Is lost. Cut the fruit in HTATI8 OF FlX>ltlIA to Vivian ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR!!
( tablespoons hot water 18 minutes. > half scoop out the segment and (). Myerif whose residence In 924 HTATR OF Ktltll lot An*.. "
I about a tablespoonful of Houth Aurora tit r..t. Ultlon, line Cuono whose residence. la 4N4 POINT
I Sift together flour baking powdernd Who ever bead of carrots In cook pour over for each half. Stir MlHHourl. Patten Avenue Long Branch New I

salt. Beat eggs until thick and ies? Well the/aurprise is a nice r .', .Y :.: /gently strained to honey be sure the honey Is thor May. You 3rd.ar., 1943 required, In the to abovn appear named on ,f"r..y.Vou, are required' tll ''

fully, about 10 one and the cobkies are popping full II oughly mixed with fruit. You may Court und cause, wh.r'ln plaintiff I May 3rd., 1943, In the above appear named on i

nlnutes. Add of vitamins-wVian. 'you make: I want a litUe more or a little less seeks. divorce shall. Bradford publish thin CountyTelvxraph Order I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
"I seeks divorce I
dford :
agar gradually HM things but the flavor is delicious mv hand and official n-nl .
Beating constantly like In next four weekly iHHueii.W'ltneHH .
8 f dozen,
and the saved is worth at Htarke. Florida this April Int., 1 i
until thick 2 < flour 1947. my hand and official seal I
{ consideration. OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas at Htarke, Florida, t hi. March.
nough to hold (
1 teas M AMkJng powder cakes 21th. 1947.O'b'ICIAI..
Honey is good on griddle AN Clerk of Maid Court NEWS !
oft peak. Beat in !4 teasaWtiB suds and waffles too, when maple ..yrupIsn't Jerald' It. Hart Jackvonvllla I FlorIda ( HKAI.) A. J. Thomas
: : lilt.. 4-3 4t 423IM An Clerk of said Court
man juice, addt !U te-4Li salt available Atty. for T. Frank Landrum, Htarke. Florid

t t water, and beat until thick after !i tea4MM elunamoa If you like glazed foods but have Atly, for 1'lf. 4.: 4t i.fiIV

lach addition. Fold in flour In small "4 tea .mec I hesitated to use the sugar you will ("InTIT roi'ii-r, nR"nvonimiNTt > Fm' .-aewiusc-ooT-tlic-preu'that folder,
imounts. hone/will help you there. FLOHIUtt IM CII.\N- recipe use lietU or no food
Bake in ungreased tube 2 find that rillfflT (orH'r, URtllFOIIII
cops JWea oeoking oatmeal '
> the
| Potatoes.Four ( ,.ny. ('DI''' on point ration list. Recipe. for
Sweet SFLoullaI
Glazed I'M!
pa or lightly greased layer-cake 1 cup tabs** 3 table Ituby Mildred llowmnn.: Plaintiff I : (.ItR'-. fll.VM. main dishes, quick braadt, desaena.Oa'arad .
ins in a moderate (390-degree) ov- J aweot potatoes. VH, Warner II. Ilowman, Ixfendutit.Cain Roman Hxmuler Plaintiff I by Rumford Powderto
1 cup .tMsp. nutmeats I II t margarine Vt cup honey, No. 2403.UltOBIt : Defendant; J Rosa Bakiag'
spoons Hamuler, < .
A 'ass 5106.
|n.: tube cake takes 45 minutes !" cop aiMrteainc U teaspoon, spit.Cook OF. PITIILICATIONANI (111)(11Pl1l1LlnATION help you serve wallbalanced.atcraclive -

> bake layer cakes 23 to 30 min 1 cup .ttasaii honey : potatoes and peel. Cut >>> NflTICB TO API'KAH AND>> NOTICE TO APPEAR maaJs with a Minimum of 'Cl'aia'
| I inch thick and put BTATK OF .FM>Fill>A to: Werner HTATK' OF KIvOIUDA tot: Jloea oo your 4. poi..... Send for your free .
tea.Ever IeI'.*, swell' beaten. I I slices about an Com 11. IJowman whose. residence IK coMm. | Hcmuler. Plan &!Muranownkl 6-9 copy today.Address: Rumford Baking
tried a fragrant gingerbread 1 cup g Wed raw carrat I in a buttered baking dish. Tiny OoKN"tt, Route 3, NoalhChott..nooCa Warsaw, Poland.. Powder, BOB R, Rum rd. R. I.
and margarine in a TenneMHee.Vou You
hked bane honey are required tn appear on
in a ring The slices can be Sift dry ttngredienls together. Sift small sauce pan and heat slowly am requtredt to appear on May 3rd.. 1943. In the above named -
fairly thin and the cake will really I May 3rd., 1143, In the above nam..dCourt
lo again. Add joatmeal, raisins and nut- i 'I.. for five minutes. Pour over sweet and CHUBB, wherein plaintiff 00 "1'LV- '"
!' Or. you can fill .the center : meats. )Hb;' welt potatoes sprinkle with salt and seeks. divorce llradford County

1111 apple sauce and serve as a Cream 1 Morten- r I ". bake in a slow oven 330 degrees Telegraph shall publish. thla OrderIn We, Do Superior Work-
nxl four weekly |HNII"M.WitneKH .
half hour.
psiert about /an
add | F> until brown
lag bonny hand and official ftpal
Gingerbread Ring creaming ('( thor :.-. .. .... Carrots can be glazed the same at Hturke,my Florida, t hi.. MurcliS8th. e J
1 f r:: e way. Add two to- four tablespoons .. 1943.OFFICIAIi.
cap molasses oughly.Adjd eggs, ci=- orange Juice and one teaspoon grated ( HEAL) A. J. ThomaAM For Better
1 cup sour milk then c. tj m e t II; '. rind. Clark of said Court Cleaning -

Zti! cups sifted floor beating,wc,O.: Stir ,. Beets orange are delicious .served glazed T Ally Frank, for l' r.dl'um. Htarke 4-2, Florida 4t 423i ,

I,.. teaspoons baking soda In dry incnj di tt9 ;. v :' exactly like carrots. TRY i

t teaspoons ginger and blendl t thor With fresh pineapple In market a
!K < for glazed pineapple may be % l'mrriT l'Otn1'. 1I1I."tYOOO
teaspoon salt spoonfuls on a recipe
.I'ttotK by '
I egg, well beaten grease, Bsfelott sheet. Flatten witha worth while. You can serve cake l'aIt Y.Itaymund. NEW METHOD CLEANERS '

K floufe*.. SkUK. Bake for 13 minutes plain on a slice of sponge It. Anderson. Plaintiff,
cup melted shortening I with a Hurt of whipped cream or v". Jeannvtte O. Anderson L<",(.
Mil milk and molasses. Sift dry in a/1Se-degree oven. Store I on a foundation of well cooked rice. dant. <'""" No. 2402OltI .n'l Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners
>Kll: edients. Add to milk and moI'Mt. only wtocflri' ?. :;?oicl. Glazed Pineapple.Cut AND>> NOTICE TO AI'l'KAIl/ Avenue Your Patronage I'Janne i iS13
then mix in egg and shorten- Whole .. a., especially oatmeal pineapple in slices about an HTATR OF KIXMUDA to: J"unn -

|n, md beat until smooth and is rIch"( III ,that Jpiportant morale inch thick pare and remove eyes IN..ltc I'nknown.II. Anderson whose. residence Temple Appreciated IS.J,

vitamI, il. or thiamin as it ix and core. You are required to appear on T '---0
sometime Called. 8344 Place Slices In a broad sauce pan May 3rd., 1943 In the above named
spreading them out Court and cause, wherein
OaimiuSt afefrlcerator Rolls. 10-20 Add boiling water to seeks divorce. llradford
Lynn Sayst possible. until Telegraph shall publish ph.lnll"I. FOR SAFETY COMFORT: AND ECONOMY: RIDE
vi srentag and cook them slowly
Tie a String Your !H J. I MaternWy Frock cover In next four weekly I....... .
Around In
Fln- baking
Put pineapple
3 _latfjfeppeona sugar tender. Witness. my hand and
ler> : The technique' different m;4s salt Pattern No. 8344-A real versatile dish. Add one-half cup honey to nt Htarke, Florida, thin March FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES
prose I
Is ,
hen you do maternity frock is this one In which fruit was cooked. 28th.. 1947IUFFIGAAi. j
your own vegeta- < water i water ... ..
| that it can go everywhere. be not more than a ( (''jerk acid
ran<* you must keep these oatmeal so smart "gives there should of Court.T. FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
I Cllkk-cooldlll' I slim, sleek line and water combined
POinters on See what a cup of honey Frank I.nrulrum, Florida
the> most tap if you would get l JWastJkewarm with well-placed gather which can and pour over pineapple. Put in Ally for 1'lf. tltark4- 4t 43 PLEASE PHONE 117

Peel out of them: (Ji water be let out as more fullness is need a hot oven M25 degrees F.) and r

potatoes thinly-their min- 1 e lt% beaten. ed. It will prove a real pleasure to bake about 20 minutes. Chili and
"V treasures to wear. Sew and IM' CIHCI IT ('OI It T. lilt 'UFORIJ
are hidden right and Joy
flour make a
I under that skin. 2" ..iff aat-purpoae serve. COI. MT1. KLOHIIltl IM' ':".%11I- UNION BUS STATION
Savlt. .. .
Use.8reen vegetables Add )l Males> water to sugar, salt, Pattern No. 8344 is in sizes 10, 12, t/clhii.4 :K'-Mae (Calitarl! Plaintiff vn.Charlee ,
as soon as
POslibl; after buyIng. They lose .hor1e lag and oatmeal Stir well. I 14 16. 18 and 20. Size 12 takes, Office mippUcT of all kinds for CallKarle, Defendant. CHUMX LACY CON WAY, Agent :

Coo!'bk lukewarm. Soften yeast in with short sleeves 4>b yards 39- role at The llrtMlfcrd: County 2405.OIHI1H.
Quantities of their OF ptmLrcATioN
vttamin C Just machine Temple Ave. Stark Florida
then add with material 2 yards ,
I tine and li4w frm,I water, inch ; Tt'If'lP'aph. ANtI NOTir-R TO AFl'EAHMTATK
Add being exposed to air. ) oatmeal mixture. Stir made ruffling to trim yoke and OF' FM>Flir A tot: Charlear'allK
beaten ..* to /
dressing to 257 Chestnut Avenue,
v ,etables and fruits In .balir of IIour,;/add rest of !flour. pockets. Canon: Un. 1 after cut greased bowl. Cover IM (CIIK 'rFLON HT. IIU\KPOHUfOlllT are required to appear on
them Place In
> The coating' prevents a in / %, I IM tlltMC !May 3rd, l,43. In the above named
some vitamin loss VlrltItd paper and store re- : fM V. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
Put When needed, removerigarstor Karl'C.. llorrlna-ton. Plaintiff VK.Iternlce seeks divorce. n r a dford County Prompt Service Careful Drivers i
fricer toe
away N.meAddress _
the soda box when dots llerrlnicton, U tendons Telegraph shall publish this Orderin
into ,
tl:kf'king: green vegetables. It'sand from and form Case Nn. 2367.oltftEFr next four weekly l IIIMu.
the v.rks greased muffin' tins. Cov- OP PI'fU4J"ATIOSASI. Witness my hand and official seal.
destroys vitamins. > NOTICE; TO API'KAIt at Htarke, Florida, thla March
undiMble. -
Shell pea er let rise,In a warm place HTATK OF FLORIDA t..: llernlceflerrlnicton ''
or lima beans }
lost before only III) Y. nost Bake 12 to 13 who". reeldence l Is (CiV-FIC'IAf.. 8KAM A. J Thomas Starke'TaziService
using. Wash! leafy oven. Fort NeceNKlty, Ix>ul.lana. Aa Clerk of Nald Court
1reen5 just before cooking. The tnlflutty ts. to at 25-degree:! Name ot paper You are required to appear on T. Frank' I.nndruni, Htarke, Florida, i
percentage of 'Cbevrs. welcome. you to May 3rd 1943. In the ahovx n..m..df'IIurt Atty. for rif, 4-a 4t 4JJM ,
be vitamin loss will her Pattern No size 1 and cause, wherein plaintiffeeeka
eslened. .aaaw I year beutthiiltl queries to divorce. Bradford County -- Phone 150
Start ..w. c/MaX Semi four Inter w I shall publl.h this OrderIn rlllCI ('Ot.JtT. BRADFORDfOI
.. Telrxraph | IT
tore "!! COo k Ina frozen foods be. her a l rm/..... Piruipnpf' till"I/) lend 15 eentl In coin (foe I next four weekly |NKI, .*,,. : ..MTV. KLOHJIK4I IM CH ,.Mt > ,
thawing. IM ,..4..lred) hand and ff Iclnt aeal VOdeNia
U believed that S,'..,. Chiruga. .cb PAtt. I Witness my FIe '
his SuNlit I1epLbel MarchOFFICIA3 .
at Btarke. Florida thla Co.bY. Plaintiff VN. Jack
that vttamin c destroyed by "oi.. 1 J.reer r la *nc/o.. a eumard. Patriega Dow Patterns Co..l>y. efendant.. <*a Ne No 2314.Oltl Day Night i
method. 1.11/ entelupe for your lIPlrReW i i !. REAL) A. J. Thomas >EK OF ITHL.ICATION
I Aa Clerk of aald f'ourt. NOT1CH Tt' API'KAIt:
arR'uvrnN.wt.a.erVmun. IN W. 11110 5.. New Y.rlo. H. T. FloridaAtty ANSI .. ... .
Blurke Jack
T Frank I-andrum. BTATE' OF FU>11I > \ to: -
for Plf. 4-I 4t 4-33 1' U 4

4i i

1 ro

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guitars, a quartette. and by The I I I such other Fund.

E I Iii The Drive Is Over But Rolling In Mrs. Amanda Silcox Boards Divide Little Workers. A Bible quia will Board of and of admlnt".r.d Count ''t.be'',
$ $
PA, Buried TuesdayMrs. Race Track FundAt also be a feature God Has of Wrought the program."What a. Bradford be deemed County to h., JI'>,,,,".I.,.,,,

tere"t ,
of the "
: =
) : Although Bradford County ra.IB-1 Amanda Silcox 61, widow Its regular meeting Monday report of the work will be givenat State: of "Florila"unl,1 a. .. ::

.? eel $It ts (6,000 Red Cross War Board of County Commissioners aid Board of ,"
: i of the late W O. Silcox died at the this time. and also a reading or. "nl,
Drive quota by March 31, the' !) Instructed the Clerk ""The Upper Room." This notice ,

; : ilt-slgnaled I time donations con -IAMERICAN the home of her daughter Mrs. to distribute $1,750.00 of the third session. of t uIulh..rl.4. linr..i Aiuriel !iiorman Sunday April 4, CommlflHloners. ..,
tlnue to Into headquartersfrom distribution to the Ura4I"
come track
many who had not had an, RED CROSSE at 8 P. M. She Is survived by her Board race of Public Instruction.The More Teachers Florida.19U. this 1 Sti,h 1H) ol":.!.

: opportunity, to contribute and two daughters. Mrs. Norman of Named By BoardThe Board of ("OUIIII
Stuike and Mrs4 Rachel Denmark salary of the guard at the of Jlradforl. i''Me,
who still wish to do their part. 'Unl,,
: County Jail was fixed at $2 per I1y M. O. IInrr.1I
of Jacksonville; her _sister Mrs. County Board of Public Au..t: A. ,J. c..:
These contributions are welcome 615 North St. Ataph StreetALItXtNDRIA allowedfor 'fhol11"
and $1 day was
day, per Clerk.
Evelyn!: Crosby 'of Starke; and
Cross Instruction In session Monday received
for the Red can
cour e. VIRGINIA Donald Denmark a cook at the Jail. The salary lot l
find good tine for all money one grandson, of the Janitor was fixed at and unanimously approvedthe IN rmcriT 'omit..
I, of Jacksonville. She was u lile- recommendations by rnITI\TY. .'
:& lr raised. N. Sternberfr. chairman following 1,011111\111\
? month. "
3 1943
April $65 .
I long resident, of Starke. per ( .5.5ev.IN :
Boards of ,Trustees
3fc stati-d that at noon Wednesday the respective HE
: Votuntnry
The Clerk was instructed\ to go nl....
w : .the total fund Blood at $6.163.00. She was married In 1913 and with ref ere nee to principals LIBERTY Dity l'1.JoA .
before the Bradford County Rationing LAUNJtY'! E!
$ Yesterday the Florida and Ritz her husband preceded her in death teachers and janitors for the year Qorpol'atlon. CLMl'Ai: ,'
Mrs. BcsHle M. Burns Executive Secretary Board In an effort to secure -
4I A Theatres turned $515. l into the by 23 years. She WillS convertedIn 1943-44: > ?2415<
.' ; fund. representing the, amount Bradford County Chapter early life and united with the provision for needed tires Miss Lois Ditty as a teacherIn ORDER OFa"pri,, 1(' ''

", American Red Cross Lake Church lor the County road grader and In District
.. raised in thtse two entertainment Kingsley Baptist the Lawtey School sS&Sgsl
Starke. Florida C later her member the road trucks. A communication :
i' houses by "puattinK the hat" dur- \ transferring No. 6; I

4y' ,, I, In* National Red Cross Theatre ship to the Corinth Baptist was received from the Commodity of Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby as dry Company a Ftonl,1.,.
Distribution Division Uon:
1-7. Mrs. Tom Grady Chuich. where she held it until of Rising Elementary ,
\ Week. April principal You
Attention; Junior Red Cross the State Welfare Board request- are required to I
: owner of these theatres stated her death. She was a devout School. District No. 16; f May 10th. 1943. in the j3

k that patrons contributed generously Christian, a faithful wife and aPving Ing the Commissioners for to commodities pay Foster ShE Smith as principal. .majority.d Court of and the Htn"k'ia, !,

and If the solicitor missed Dear Mrs. Burns: mother. truck transportation of Bradford High School in District the voluntary. dl IHHO\UU.\ i
furnished free to the corporation.
Brndford Co.,1
them! In ,the theatre they would '... Funeral services were con I No.3; graph Hhull publish"l
school cafeteria. This request
*f .. often come Into the lobby after I have just had the pleasure of reading a moving story'whlch ducted< at the Kingsley Lake Baptist wa made because the WPA L. R. Gainey aa janitor of the !i' next'\WlineH four weekly my hnnd|IH.U.,

the show, looking for a place to Church at 3 o'clock Tuesday Brooker Junior High School In' .seal. i..
at Stark
appeared in the March 26th, Issue of the Bradford County which had formerly absorbed this. Fiurjd> ..
r ; leave their con tributlone.J I afternoon"the Rev. H. L. Chapln. : District...No. 18 at a salary of a. 1943
Little Child Shall Lead Them.
:! telegraph entitled! "And A expense would cease to operate A.
month. '
', 'j. A check for $150 came thin week am mire that I have not received any account of Junior Red pastor'of' the Corinth and Water- in the near future. The matter $50 per I As Clerk of....
from Orange Lines Inc. The employes oak ,Bapijg'c urches, officiating. The resignation of Mrs. Nevada 4 W..FICI.tL
Cross members participating In' the Red Cross War Fund drive was referred' o the Board of Public Knight & KnlnhtAttorneyB IHark,
of Southern Bell Telephone Pallbe.rer'"re F.< M. Norman Palmeras, primary teacher at the for 1'1111"0,,
Co. gave $110. and all these and 'which revealed a more sincere spirit of generosity and. good Sr., F. M. ,NOrman, Jr.. A. A. Instruction. Hellbronn school was accepted

many mora" smaller contributions will. All of us on, the Junior; Red Cross Staff here at ,AreaHeadqUartra Edwards, A;"()., Andreu. S. E. Notary Public bond for Guilda I and that of Mrs. Joyce Futcb. as': IN -TUB COUNTY! tnG

: )' put Bradford. County far over the I are very proud of the Junior Red Cross 'members Sparks &nc'Oh/Itlle" Car It on. ItS M. Baggett In the amount of $500, teacher in the Lawtey Junior I AND. FLORIDA"IN KOHCOUNTY. il*

:' top. Through chairman Stern- of the Bradford County Chapter,' We are also deeply! im- terment was Iff tits Klngaley Lake executed by the American SuretyCo. High School was also accepted.The UK: KSTATK OK-:

IxTgr's com p lete organization. pressed by the fine cooperation provided by the school of-. cemetery. Key.)4cC'ILbe"'Jacksonville .. of New York. surety was Superintendent was instructed MARCUS UBCKASRU.F" I3UOWM.

thoroughly' admirable had approved. The Clerk was Instructed to Investigate the possibility NOTK'J-J TO "RP'D ,_
\ more people have been contacted theists concerned. Altogether. It was a funeral directors charg\ You and each of

4s and given a chance! to. contribute demonstration of the manner in which' the Junior Red Cross! oi: arrangements. to write the State Road of the State Farm bus becoming notified and required, you i It lit

than ever before. Please heartiest I Department requesting that the a part of the County bus any claim and dcmiindit
for service. accept our
responds to an appeal .
Hampton-ThereHsa road be hard- or either of you. nmy h,..
l ,: The organization and amounts congratulations. Random Harvest system "the jlHI..te ..f Marc... p
surfaced Immediately because of Kucpuiied late of c'
The 1934 Ford purchased from sold i
'; collected are below: the heavy traffic going to and the County Judge of f
: Residential District: Mrs. D. Comes To Florida, fester Slade several years ago ('ounl), Florida, at hli II
Sincerely yours, I from the Keystone Heights AirBase was discarded and used for junk the Court HOIINO at Hurt.1'
.r P. Carpenter, chairman; Mrs. A. "Random Harvest" adaptation over this road. Ida. within eight i-ulrndtt.
: r as same Is no longer in good from the date of the flm
Z. Adklna' district $324.83; Mrs. of James Hilton's new novel,' The Clerk was Instructed to enough condition} to be used or I Iou of thin not I"'p, Encbii,
: R. J. Davis' $144.82; Mrs. N.Sternberg'a I demand mu..t he In
J.warJ .'I'll. O.I brings to the' screen an engros I prepare"and cause to be published I fixed. The Board instructed the state the place of writing reildn.

9278.15; Mrs. Glen sing story of a strange case of I for .30 days a Notice of Intention 'Superintendent to cancel certificate pout office address of thil

Duke's $163.75.Business Howard M. Bell. Director, suspended memory. which motivates to pply to the State Legislature for same. Claimant ant and ,muttt hla UKent be MKorn or I ti ul

District: C. H. Nas- American Junior Red Cross, a haunting romance. Co- for,'-.'1.11act, authorizingthe ney. or the XHnmac.ordlnc will bee

worthy. chairman: W. N. Carna- Eastern Area. starring Ronald Colman and Greer transfer ofundu carried as i\ ('IIU'ITI' C-OIIIT. ni \n..olln to law.
I "%oi vr%', Ki.oiiu, i> ('IIA\. This Oth day of April, I il
slon's district $(S70; L. W. Koch's Carson It will be shown at the bond refunding fund'to each other < KHV.'luth Florence I ft I'.rnwnUxecutrlx : ,

:______ $256.15; K.: J. Dahmer'a. $45: L Florida Theatre Sunday and Mon county funds' as. 'thesJ3oard, of .yilwell Ki-rrell X. (Urahiim,. ,, Plaintiff I Defendant.vs.: of Mitrcua F(,r ISroun: the. &U

: Vernon Howard's" $640.25; S. E. day and at the midnight show County Commissioners ''deem Just Can No. 2423.OHDCH 4-9 4t 430IH"IT

Sparks' $420; I ANI'inTI"F:- ) IN { ( SRI!
and one mile south of the Raiford TO AI'I'KAIl
__ $ U.89; Charles Darby's $174; Hilton, author of 'such bent sellers County as a whole. '. HTATK OP .KIXHUIXV: Lydwrl! CO! NTV, FI.OIIIIMl n
H. N. Fairbanks' $301.28; J. A.Martlnt'z' Lawton Rhoden 52, veteranof road was recorded on the booksof "'Jl 'I'I 'A communication was received; N. Ctrahntn wlione r...xl as "Lost o I z 0 n. and '! J. Whiting PliltI
$107; Jos. E. Wilson, World 'War I, died atol"Bay the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof "Goodbye, Mr.?' Chips" is reported' from the' Board of County commissioners Ciirulinn.Avenue, Durham, 'North. I I Joan Elizabeth Whltlnx !lit'

special gifts chairman, received Pines Veterans' Hospital near St. Bradford County. The buyers to: have been well with the of Union County offer lou are fiulrert to appear on 1 CttH No.' ;J82: ..,
May 3rd., 1943 In the above onn"! 0. l'I'III.I'.A
were Mr: and Mrs. O. L. Under namedoiirt
I $485.25. Reno, under the direction Petersburg Tuesday. He Is survived Ideal l causing Tof Ronald Colman ing to furnish the County con I (.' and ratme, wherein plaintiffBBJKH I AND NOTICE TO API''

of M a 11 i e Hunter raised by three brothers: W. N. bill and the sellers were Mrs. and Green' Garson' for the starring crete pipe such as is used on 'the, divorce. Bradford County STATE OF FIA.HIHA! .. I IElisabeth I''
I eleraph xlmll Whiting who -
/ thin
Izona Bradley widow of Brad- pulillxh Orderiln
$151.21. .. Girl Scouts collected Rhoden, J. E. Rhoden also roles and also the excellentJob graded road and same was flied next four weekly I..Hu.Vltn"11 ..... I II.. co J. J. Kennedy lull!
$68.53 Scouts $6.88 B. H. S. of Starke. Four ford County. Mrs. Donle Moore. \ \ mv hand and official neat aid Ave. Brooklyn. Ni'w IYou
: Ioy ; Mathew Rhoden for future reference. A communication : .
______________ t widow of Gainesville and Mr. andMrs. of adapting the novel to the R-t pturkv' Florida' thlx April 2nd., I ;: 19431n d to mi
A 29953. sisters also survive him. icreen. "Confidentially the script was also received from the llt,4a., I May 3rd. the alxm
!\ J. B. Sapp. of Starke and OFFICIAL ..il'T.) Court and cause, whrrfinI ,
1 Other towns In the county: He had been In ill health ever the consideration was 3000. is i better than the book," he is Federated Pension groups of FlorIda \ As Clerk of A..1..said Thi.mnn Court naekH I divorce. Urndford ;

F Lawtey $274.61; Hampton $207.68; since the War. said to have 'told the director. outlining purposes of leglula Churl, ."' Miller Jacksonville. Pin. Telegraph shall publish thi,
.1 Brooker '$260.20; Hetlbronn 30. The property Is part of the lion before the current session of AU)i fur I'lf. 4-9 4t 4-30 In next: tour weekly Iwiif.
The body was brought to the Colman plays his role with con- \ I II" I 1 \Vltn BM my hand and
: ;' 60; Theressa $62.35; Graham 11. De Witt C. Jones funeral parlor estate of thelate A. J. Underhill.I vincing force and Miss Garson the State Legislature which alsoWl.lJ rR

L_ ',1 I 05; New River $41.90., and a funeral coach will take it I who died July 31, 1942 without winner of this year's academy ordered filed for future con (: FI.ORIUAl HI CHAM-; 20th 1943.tOFFICIAL. SEAL) A. JAn .
having made a will. It was I
A total of $274.45 was contributed to North Prong Cemetery In award for her role In '''Mrs. Min sideration. rattle 'arler. Plaintiff vs. T.uclleCarter Clerk of nit
tI divided the broth ; T) T. Frank lAndrum. Stark!
equally among Col. Don W. ndant. Cane No. 2425.
L l l i through mis c ellancous Baker County. where funeral and er and three ulsters and he iver", la seen In a new type of command. rSpn (ii,' PUHLICATION Atty. for Plf. 5-i
2 pur. Ing the Alachua Army Air Fieldat AND tNOTlCm TO APPKARSTATlJ.
:I sourced. Interment will take place at role In which she portrays a
chased their undivided interest in Gainesville advised that I OF FLOniDA to: Lucite IN CIRCUIT COVHT. BRA
'1. In again thanking his co. P.' M. Saturday. Beautiful actreai. The hail the FLOnlD.ll 11
the three-fourths of the picture I Carter wh\o renldonc I* Route 1 OOCNTY. I
worker* ChllrttIbell; : ) : acreage.i1tine been hl hly. praised' by critics Hampton-Theressa road was not Hot 11. KVerett cIty; Oaorula. C5.RY.
*1 :! considered a military You ureS' require to uppenr on Lloyd Whtpkey.' Plaintiff
pressed especial appreciation to Underhtll Estate everywhere' necessityand May 10th. )*4a in the.abov..nam f endant., Ci
(,; Mrs. Junlus M. Smith for the fine Gives Views ,001 for that reason he could not ('ouirt .and caurie, wherein plaintiff 3414. "

c.j Job of publicity. without which On March 26 a deed recordingthe On State EconomyState March Bond QuotaIs recommend that Federal funds be seeks Bradford. dlvofe Cfunty and Telegraph other relief.rhall onnER NOTICE OF Pt'RI.If'AANn TO APr

: *' the drive could not have suer transfer, of three-quarters un- used to hard-surface It. Prior ac-, pUblish thlrf Order In next four STATE OP FI. >KinA toWhipk.y
tlon having been taken 'weekly tssus.Witness : 402 Ninth Street;
a Interest in 160 acres of Senator Hal Y.. Maines Oversubscribed regarding I mv' hand and official neal vIII... Went VlrKlnla.
this road Col. ]Mayhue's letter You required to s/>
elected from Bradford and Union nt Stark, Florida this April 3rd., are
ceeded.CLASSIFIED Bradford was ordered filed.Communications. I9U. May 3rd., 1943. In the aboritCourt
County scores again!
states that he will wherein'
Counties con 1 A. .1. Thomas and cause
_ft.ltl. ADS. tinue his fight for economy in This time, with a March War concerning the As Clerk of ,*aId fourt. seeks" divorce. Bradford

._ operation of the State's affairs Bond quota' ''of $49,200 she actually operations of the Crummer Company Knight A r Knfiffht( .OFFICIAL Stark, Florida.SEAL) I Telegraph In next'; four Khali .. rIHr.: "(In""

sold $62,702.10 In bonds In Florida was received Atty for Pit. \ 4-9 4t 430'otlre Witness my hand and offi.
during the current Legislative
WANTED FOR RENT and Stamps.1' thereby I. exceeding from C. F. Walker, chairman of ,,, at Htarke Florida, this Ap
session which convened in Tallahassee
_t > of Intension 50 apply to Ik. 1943
t. LUtlag* on apartment houses or 15 mile from Starke comforttwobedroom Tuesday. ier- quota by over 13500. The the Boards of County Commissioners I.eKtuUtKV. .f \n.rtd ,. p. .. (D".FICtA.b.s .> orA. 1
honuii for rent located within Jr 0nU abl, home. lArge Starke PostoffTce reported for Itself of Okeechobee and sumter I....... ur NperlaA LawNotice Clerk said.
\14' U Klven to all K. K. Ferryman.. Starke.Atty.
"The of the is hereby) whom
\ impact war being I
r '< of Starke living .room. FumJ h : Rent and the other offices throughout counties both of which were ordered it may cnnc.rup.phat.the under llfn.fIt I for Pit t.'
119 East Call Htrrct $100 per month. felt by our State, county and the Courriy a total of $49- filed for future' reference. Intends to aiPPly for the Legislature -
I municipal governments" he said of Florid to pas at the
t W. T. CLUTE, Realtor Four-room unfurnished hoimo 877.10. or more than $600 above lUnular KetmlonV.,held In 1943 a'' WANTED
without 23; "and we must take these war. the entire quota for the County. HpecUl Local Law concerning
plumbing or lights. Legion To Elect rdnrC
)', Florida,
FOR RENT-i-4-room unfurnished made conditions into consideration ] which Men
I The Florida Bank at Starke sold I Several
per month. law in BuhNtanoo) I's aH follow; An
\ % apartment. $10 per month.. In formulating any legislative 111.550 in bonds while the Bradford At Next MeetingThe Act to authority Land permit the ABIL
W. Realtor
I"L.. R. Galney Bl'09ker. Fla. UpI program. We've got to 'strip for Hoard of County \('\CommlHiilon of WITH
118 East Call Street County Telegraph. sold $1- Bradford County, ((Florida to trann- I (Local Men Prefer*
I actton and do away with non- 275 worth; ... Jonen-Langford-White post fer mon y.*. ,,nowV carried In andwbt..h I
LOST-Ration book. Name of FOR 8AUS: 34-acre farm under essentials. On the other hand of the American Legion will elect may accrue to the credit of I #TARKE COCA'BOTrLING CO()
_f In the hoard of CouH'ty (
:, t owner Mrs. Agnes' Evans co| fence land ready for planting; we must see that essential functions broke February all Bradford County officers for the new year at its of Bradford Count ), "'Dmml."lon..II'. CO.

Mrs. Julia Eastman Starke. Itp 1 dwelling house with lights of government are taken approximately former v$33,000 records going the next meeting. April 13. H. A. Hand Itefundinii,",\,,"
care of. Carlton Post Adjutant -'- ___
and water; 1 tenant house; one urgesvery --- -u----
;::2 o FOR SALE 1037 Chevrolet pickup 2-story barn on property. LoC "1 am opposed to new taxes as tqp worth by of selling bonds .around while in$83.000 January member to I be present ..and .i EVERY

_____ truck In good condition a t e d edge city limits on I believe that economy In the it fell short of Its goal for participate in the election. However BRANCH OF

good tires. reasonable price. S. wW .tumt.h only, those who have their
Brownlee Road ; 3500. 1-2 eight: placos enough UieTir time
by $2O5'les
B. McGlcw. .Kbieslcy Lake Village ceab,*bs4alwe terms. See owner: money to finance"our Stake gov- thah Its of nelling$62,320. 1943 dues paid'up will-be eligibleto
_ Route 2, Box 289 Starke. Lester Prevatt. Routs 2, Box ernment without add Ing new hold office or vote.

_ 4-9-4 tp 26. Starke, Fla. 4-2 3tp taxes." Board Raises Out of 59 members for 1942 : nuranceH.

Senator Maines said he would only eight are lacking to have a -
WANTED TO BUY-light truck. CUT YOUR Victory Garden 100
renew his fight to change the old Jailors SalaryThe percent membership, 51 having
panel, or pickup; will pay cash; Plant*-Tomato, cabbage, collard age assistance set-up in order to paid their 1943 dues. It U

,. must be priced right. See Al broccoli rutabaga.-J. W. provide more money for recipientsof advance in the price of urg,,d that theMe pay up on or A
Hatch. Bland( Inn Center. Itp Jordan. Joi'dan's Hotel Court before
other Tuesday night vote In the
old age assistance. He said he groceries and living costs C WALL

Road 48. Itp would try to secure a State appropriation have caused J. B. Rowe, Jailor election and help make the local r
FOR SALE-House trailer, 41
Post 100
WANTED-Listings on all farms for maintenance of a to get a $60 per month raise In percent.
model Travelo more floor
; apace
for sole in this section. I have hospital In each ''county of the salary. Mr. Kawe.' being a modest Two outstanding things may
than others bed .
; permanent not be be said of the local Post. -three ;ency
clients who are Interested In Stat. His bill setting up machinery man. desiring to In the
porch awnings, electric brakes
; of Its 1942:
and not to veterans of
for establishment of such wanting
Bradford farms.F. .
real bargain for sale. Will I
t take truck quick C. Holllngaworth Starve, hospitals was passed In Florida complain, had not asked for an World War I. are again in the Constant Scjrvice Over 50 Years
as part pay armed forces
Fla. 3-26-41( with State-wide application. He advance. Sheriff A. O. Andreu ; former Mayor N.
ment. See Al Hatch at Blan-,
will also ask for passage of his went before the Board of County D. Walnwrlght Jr., Is at Miami .

ding Center. Itp STRAYED-Black mare mule 7 bill to Increase salaries of em. I Commissioners i Monday with the Beach Albert Sloniker la an M. I .\ Please Phone ,

WANTED TO BUY: -House traU. or 8 years old ,weighing: 800 or ployees at State institutions who I statement: "I was about to lose : P. at Camp Blanding: and Obe 146t

ers. J. A, Brooks Box 428 900 pounds: branded on left receive monthly salaries of less my Jailor and didn't know It." Hall Is in the Marines on the ... - ------a

Starke., At thigh. Any Information will than $90 he said. This bill While his salary was really on Pacific. coas;
_ t H. rt .Turt.'
be appreciated. D. G. Kelly, passed both houses In 1941 but a-"sliding scale," It stayed pretty r. a veteran of the

Th IK YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Route 2. Box 185. Itp was vetoed by the Governor. On much the same all the time. According present World War Is a member,

(' milk cows stock cows. beef and R. P. Adolph. an American From where I
the other hand he said he would to Mr. Rowe he actually sit
FOR SALE-Two saddle horses citizen who .
dl cattle stock bulls or hogs get ; continue his fight made in 1941 received $30 permonth for guard was in the Canadian

4 in touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., also barber shop cases 'some against increases in salaries paid duty. 75 cents' per meal per day forces during World War I. will _
i1 Box 247 Starke Box 204 Lake new and some used. Larry'sPlace soon Join the local post.
State officials In the higher salary for each prisoner 2.50 per '
City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Bland Ing. lip brackets. month for laundry. and a certain

Auction market every Thursday WANTK1J..-Large pressure cooker Loss of revenue from race track fee for each arrest. However. he Tabernacle Observes I .Jy Joe Marsh
all classes of live stockat
-s on and sealer. Must be In good taxes' Is of great concern to small made very few arrests, since he 10th
Lake City at. 2:30: P. M. AnniversaryThe
condition. J. W. Jordan Jor counties, particularly as they was usually on duty at the Courthouse .

U. S. APPROVKD baby chicks, dan's Hotel Court. It have depended for some years In or Jail. When commodities Gospel Tabernacle Mr. and After that Western I thriller at la sold only in clean reSP

Hampshire Reds, day old. or large measure on this revenue for advanced 1n price so that he made Mrs. J. T. Quigley sponsors, will the movies Ben Rtyder siys: : places.

started pullets. English strain WILL. PAY CASU for two 6O- operating expenses' h e pointedout. very little profit: from board he celebrate Friday the 10th annlvernary "You know, the Wes wasn't alt from]

White Leghorns from R. O. P. pound ice boxes In good condi- He said he would fight for found It difficult to make etuis I of the founding of this like that. While th*. gunplay Everybody benefits P

,, cockrels. From hens. 200 egg, tion. J. W. Jordan. JerdansHotel some plan to replace thin revenue meet. H. had promised to work I work on April 7, 1933 In the was goin' on : respec\table folks operation like hat-eves back'
Court. Road 48.
and up. Place orders now. Itp but did not know at this time I for a certain price he said and "Upper Room" (Mission Hall!). Were weeding, out n ndeslrable Mho want Prohibition *

Reasonable prices on 6-weeks- WANTED TO BUY- electric sew- Just what the solution would be. I when it got to-'where he could I A fine musical program has fiements.cdeye aloons and cause those beer folka are dt*

: old pullet*.-E. E. Watidln. 3ml. I n g machine portable Singer "I will be glad to consult with I not live on that he was Just go- I been arranged. There will be gambling joints." lag for the same thing-*
north of Waldo on Road 13., preferred. Also electric Iron citizens of the district at any ring to quit rather than/. k for a I numbers by an orchestra an In- And Den'" law-abiding community*

time about proposed legislation" wage Increase. n ., : strumemal!' trio. right There's a Blt-the!
heat control. Mrs. J. C. I violins and spirit In America From.where I
FOR SALK Frigidaire. 5 ft. Jones Route 2. Box 74, Starke. said Senator Maines. I will also The Comml stol\el'..set his salary working lor' tht'a always isn't to pass more laws, bIll
capacity. good condition. $100 be glad for them to write I follows for a better commu
4.9-2tp me as! : $2 per day AT FIRST enforce the we've ff* '
nity. ones
caau.- -R.' O. Bryant 316 South their views about pending legislation guard duty: ,$! 'per day for 'a SIGH OF" .D Take that "cl .an-up or rely America's spirit of f

St. ltp The coal of tho Second War whUe I am In Tallahassee : cook; 73 cents per day per dose-up" programth brewerance

Loan drive u 11 billIon dol And of course I will be glad to prisoner for board; 2.50 per In* industry for tanc& iu and, cooperation.

4 WILL PARTY who own luggage lars. That Is Jut abort en. extend such courtesies as I can month for laundry expense anda GU5E666: whole purpose U to uSt that beer .'

case with Initials A. W. A. call t fifth of the estimated Increase: to the people of Union and nrad- fee for each arrest. He began .. 80eI1tl.

________ for same and Identify.-"E. J, of the Public Debt for the .. ford counties who come to Tallahassee hU seventh year aa Jailor Jan-

Dn.hmer, 110 E. Call St.. Starke. cJ year of 1943. during the ae&tlon." uary 6. 666 TAWITJ. SALVE. NOSE DROPS :-6
.f!! "I.&ria F1*
Copyr ", 1943. Brtwing. Mutry"

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.i XJ I '{ 11 Drive Is Over But lack Garden 4 rts Home

{ Although Bradford County raisi -', I Yard: Is Victory Front 1 1w

?i : j n ell It* SG.COO Red Croat War Fund 1 _
.:.,,.''r Drive quota by March 31, the ; -11
''n 1 ? iletilgrnated time Into, donations continue I I seeds ia gOac: : ef bullets. *pad.. take aadia National needs tat more food production and the: Increasing V. (ascorbic add. ), but a* a group they also furnish( 1Omt....

i to come headquarters lied jilac cC CUB". Mr. and Mr*. America are dependence of Individual* oa their ova garden for vegetable aDD B ('I'bIamme).Y l&rniQ G .
wv' from who had not had an What to
Platsf1'ari1a.caJdam (
many AM a sew wartime a-.. frost Ibis a -c. make It Important: for gardener to get th most fromtheir and Iroll.lv
t opportunity to contribute and ?bar battlefield II the wnry. stile pot te their own tack land and d rt. Avoiding seed. and fertilizer waste i* Beet to Consider amount of these suYfomlty lm IIiIII e
who still wish to do their part. cI food sting M" q V
yardseAt a -prodsrtmg Victory Gardea. also mnnfiil Tad other .
i."u. These contributions are welcome, la *pi. of be greatest frodactkM fa feastcvy fa 1M2 aad Careful preparation' are thus urged upon all Victory gar- No gardener should < !
t of course, for the Red Cross can ;,. enD crater: planned prodoctiea. federal food administrator ,..., especially those who are not experienced family'. taste when be choose what to plant :"*
i find good use for all money point oat fiat clMUJtid os Ajsiencaa food avpplie .... sftairy
+ !t raised. N. SternberK, chairman,!] increased eves sicrw rapidly tan production. War .... gardea with certain general principle fa mind according to ers county agent, or state agricultural agencies .. 4
I Mtatt-d that at noon Wednesday 1 .' thus call for dire kip ft every good gardener and mate It Victor' ]it. Bo wefl". garden specialist of the Bureau of Plant elect varieties that are adapted the locality .
f, t ,the total fund stood at J6.763.00. i'j-. prudent for a8 who caa: to crow MB of their ova food. ID4a y. Agrfcttoral Research Administration.If Outlining a sample garden for aa area 35 by 100

,. s'i Yesterday the Florida and Ritz Mrs. Bessie M. tBradford n; Victory gardeners cast help' .. many .way* tot fbo: he: gardea slope appreciably and Is i subject to waiting Boswell suggests: 16 row for planting {In his Vic.-feet,T4
Z ; a Theatres turned $513.01 Into the County"s wartime food production problem, and they arc being arced of th* eoiV BosweU advises "tie row should not mo up den bulletin. b
.1 '. fund, representing the amount ; to do tfn a not coir their welfare bat cake "It I unwi '
: owl a* a patriotic cane down die 1Im.- **, says BotwtO. "to ,
;,ti a tv rained in these two entertainment American 'Red Q\" ;: ecrvioe. TXf: the: plot is nearfy level the rows should rm the long for all region or for aO gardener recommender but he believes one,

houses by "pamlng the hat" during Starke Florida ..:.>,"'fJt f': ,., Han food pm4 atom win contribute to die war effort way. of the area for convenience ia working." suggestions will help gardener in making their w
4 National Red Cross Theatre "" ";'" both .. .a. ghtfag front and ... the<< boo treat.: Insofar as practicable, it b suggested the first plantings of bulletin Include suggested scheme not only for .

Week April 1-7. Mrs. Tom Grady, ,.''. It win reduce owner of thane theatres, stated .IJ ... thereby mate more available for cnS&tarr ad lead ],..*. i..... id*. later anus being sown progressively across. the area. 150 feet. The latter am Is approximately one-third of l in,
r. .. dad'', that patrons contributed generously -TDt* ot&cttf procedure: ." S.T. Bos- tat*

la, h' and If the solicitor missed Dear Mrs. Burnt wen."helps aroid confusion and damag *
: them In the theatre they would to the csrficf aVowinjL- .
Spades are trump Victory gardener
often come Into the lobby after '-'--'- Za general flat cnltnr Is better than In early nu
but the rake Bo and the garden hose
I have had : win
t ;,, Mt ? the show, looking for a place to NOW. uNtiLL growing crop oa raised bed or ridges, soon follow lit
appeared in the For a small CardeD the only essential! tools
flat cottar teas work. Ridge. suggested
leave their contributions u4 means
__ _p Telegraph'entltb we-u. Mayt CAw tiE! fiRt7Nl drained spade or spading fork, a steel raka,a common hoe and irtaJ
800 be used
: << SAYS however,must oa poorly
.'y' 'gTOb TWO '
A check for $150 came thin weekfrom RoWs
3PAGN cord. A trowel is described convenient
ani [ca tTTt 1 a* but
sure that I normal rainfall not
0. O. areaa or where heavy result neceitm,
5y Orange Lines, Inc. The em CA81Me. f.LUn'Y
o. The cord Is used with stakes at either
Cross members i ia freqiMBt surface flooding. They end of tbs root_
ployes of Southern Bell Telephone TOM"fOt' areakoaeededonusaeGardnn make it possible for the gardener to plant a straight !
which revealed I
| rosy(
all these and
C'o. $110, and
: ,IJ gave will All of us Plan where die furrow method to see that his row are evenly spaced. This improve&
morA smaller contributions
many will Profit irricatfaa Is sedv garden' appearance, but: Its real importance is In maktiii
i put Bradford County far over the I) Headquarters ar Gardeners win find It easier to do a good Job of cultivation when the garden ,
a. .......
s top. Through chairman Sternberg's bers of the Bred
'. u not only!ntcrecto! (but gets started.It ,
i ', ., c o m p lete organization, pressed by the 7 alao profitable to draw a sketch of the U. always pleasing and aometluie helpful to own i
+ T'l' morn people have been contacted :! flclals concerneC: 21 proposed garden before other work .b variety of garden tool*.-plain and fancy. However, i m W

and given a chance to contribute I demonstration a ancSe:: abtI. Garden plan servo the sam assortment is not necessary, and very simple tools ma,i
than ever before. responds to an I 4t purpose that blueprints do for bonder quite as good work as fancy or elaborate gadgets.

R The organization and amount congratulations. s ;: 'It b tmwbe to recommend any one Daring wartime gardener are reminded, metals and Mare
collected are listed ,below: ? :, 4 plan for a3 region or for all garden scarce. They are thus advised to buy
Residential District: Mrs. D. v 1 f : i 'far. m.' says Bowen, bat he cuggest only their minimum need
P Carpenter, chairman; Mrs A. qr : Yfr, ; it schemes for three size* of gardens la Any area should be plowed initead'of GARDEN

Z. Adkina' dlutrict $324.83; Mrs.R. /ffi.//i : rf uv: : r r... :, '. :r his publication "Victory Gardens." spaded, if this i is possible, because spading .
J. Davis'. $144.82; Mrs. "N. /Lrri ;; ,., Commenting oa hb sngxected schemes, is time consuming and laborious. Even
Sternberg's $278.15; Mrs. Glen 'frr rll air BotweU says: "With a little experience gardeners who have their area plowed

Duke's $163.7&Business f and study of local requirement and pofsJMlirirs win, however find good uses for a spadeor oJ
11 : spading fork.
District C. H. Nas- ff
: :z *
worthy, chairman; W;' N. Carna !s ,fr: that wd aeeda better and adapt localities.the garden* to individual I A wheel hoe .Is a great labor saver It I b I" "

tion's district $679; L. W. Koch's not essential for small .AscufBehoe,
$256.15; K. J. "',Dahmer's $45; r't%:: Veteran gardeners agree of that a carefully or push hoe, like the trowel Is convenient but not neceutij
thought out plan some sort is
Vernon Howard' $640.25; S. E. 1 /. y { lj ;ft ; great help for any gardener, even if his a If running; water Is available In region not normally
Sparks'; '$420; .,.. Li. Matthews' Lawton Rhod ru v/r % :r zr ;r'': 'r7:. area Is only 30 by 50 feet or smaller.The gated, a garden hose is excellent insurance against drank
$:.1.89; Charles Darby' $174; r' larger the area the greater the need for and should be part of the gardener equipment In muj!
H N. Fairbanks' $301.28; J. A. Lawton Rhodel a garden plan especially if the gardener region every householder baa been advised to have a ha
Martinez' $107; 3on. E. Wilson, of World 'War I, b inexperienced. available anyway a* a mean of handling emergencies thro)

Special gifts chairman, received Pines Veterans' He sued by. incendiary bombing
$485.25.: Reno under the direction Petersburg Tuesda A wheelbarrow, like the wheel ho or cultivator, It deft

of M a 11 i e Hunter, rained vlved by three blP and for the needs of those who are taxable to bar gardens. wQ b*a simple problem, To for plant the Victory or not to gardener plant this who or knows that able, especially for use in large garden, or in connection std

$151.21. Girl Scouts collected Rhoden, J. E. It will reduce the demand oa strategic materials for -1 Iotc.It food values, remember what hb family Eke best and vacant-lot or community garden plot that are not far enema1
68.53; lioy Scouts $6.88; B. H. S. Mathew Rhoden d will help to relieve the food transportation problem for choose varieties suited to his locality from the homo to make autO transportation necessary

$299.53. sisters also survlvi the Victory gardener caa have hb vegetables right at or near The green leafy vegetables leaf lettuce Such equipment as wheelbarrows and wheel cultivator!
_ Other towns 'In the county: 1 He had been in his doorstep oa hb pantry shelves. and ia hb cellar chard collards kale and turnip- greens-are, cabbage described spinach as of, may. wen be shared by a neighborhood The development i

Lawtey $274.61: Hampton $207.68; i since the War. Victory Garden possibilities fat meeting national aeeda are greatest Importance. On or another of them should b* neighborhood enterprise and the promotion of comnmnify
Brooker $260.20; Hellbronn 30. The I indicated by the contribution gardeners make hi peace times. available from early spring onward to freezing weather. Interests are among the benefits predicted as a result i
'60; Thereasa $62.35; Graham 11. body was Even in the normal 1939 season nearly S atODon farm garden Green leafy. vegetable should be In Victory Gardening A share-the-wbeel-tool plan i is thus.
'De Witt C. Jones!, every garden and
alone produced than estimated petted to be a logical of 1943
: more
an part gardening.
., ,. 05; New River $41.9O., i and funeral coa 9200,000.000 worth of should be eaten frequently.
a vegetables, not Including potatoes end sweet potato The Sprayers for use in combating Insect and disease later k
.. A total of $274.45 was con i to North Pro n p Department of Agriculture Oltutrates the Importance) of this Tomatoes and bean are so widely adapted that they alto the :year may also be included hi gardener sharing plant fa
tributed through: m 1 s c eUaneouslIOurcell. Darker County, whf production by pointing oat lost fat 1M same year' the commercial are expected to be grown generally and generously. Toma- group purchase and common use.
? will taJ \ toe are so easily canned that they are
Interment grown by gardeners
track: crops grown for the market Small
oa 1JSM3Q compreised-aJr
1' In again' thanking' his coworkera P. M. Saturday. .1 bad a farm valor of 1205365000., acres for canning a* well a* for table use when fresh. trap over the shoulder of sprayers the that may be carried ty'I
_ Ch4lrra4ngVcrribe/g; : expressed Beets; carrots and onions caa lie stored for operator are very satisfjctoj
Ia 1942 la 'I'W'Mitfirtt. less some as for nse In the small garden...One of these will
especial appreciation to Farmers Asked to wen a* used when fresh. It b thus sprayers scm
Underhth"E8r! -- Urgent than In 1M3. there were an suggested that if space is for several gardeners in a single neighborhood, and tilt
9" drat Junlua M. Smith' for the finejob i Grow Vtgotabh ..tima .lOjOOOflOO town sad snbnr- available' these planting should be large enough to afford original cost is reasonable.

of publicity, without' which I On March 26 a 1 1I For [Entfr y.... bn garden and more than 5,000,000 a supply. long after_harvest 1 I
the drive could not have sue I. the transfer of tit farm gardens. The national aim this Parsnips ana aaisuy can be left in the I
divided Interest It year b. for 6,000,000 farm gardens and twice as many' other ground an whiter long.

Victory Garden Greater production .b also expected from Cabbage b easy to grow but only! a
ceeded.CLASSIF those who raised gardens for the first time fat 1942 and thus few plants per person should be grown
IEDADFOR have the benefit this year of their own experience. for harvesting at one season, as cabbage roues i

The Victory Garden program caDs for four types of garden does not stand long after heading. Saner- CAN CLAIM
.-farm gardens home gardens I fat does sad towns, schoolgardens : kraut b suggested as a use for any large caEicop,

WANTED R I i i1ft and community gardens. The Department of Agriculture surplus. MA. ALMOST 'TO"'
Doting on apartments, houses or mllex from S says* Sweet potato, potatoes, and sweet EVtRYTHlNa ON "OU'. /YE

-1p hawse for rent. ,located) within. 20mllcn able two-bedroom "Every!: farm should have a garden that will produce an the corn are among the THCTABU GM! $. 5AM.-
of Staxke' living 'rOcFa vegetables needed for the farm family's entire yearly. need. Space) best energy foods, but FROM OUl t2AUtN WC'ftfcSTOftt f LfAVIN6

119 East Call Street $100 per "Home gardens should at least supply the fam11,'. entire May Exclud* they- require coniider- UST SUMMKtU 400Mft fdA.
W. T. CLUTE, Realtor Fourul1tu 'need for tomatoes and green leafy. and yellow vegetables.. Some Foods able .pa"- They are L "*$' WHO MAUl
r_ wttltout plumbing "Where suitable space b not available for a home garden not recommended for TO BUY THJM.J
FOR RENT 4-room unfurnished the small garden but
lOG 'community gardens should be established with plots set aside potatoes might
apartment. $10 per month.U .- per I for those who caa make use of them. weD b* included if one has a quarter- r '

R.. Galney. Breaker, Fla. ItS p I W. T. CLUT "School gardens can be established to produce supplies for acre garden or more.
11>> East O '
Gardening I in 1943 b Important
-- __ I lunch programs or supplies for home nse by. the not
S LOST-Ration book. Name of FOR SALE-3. I
owner Mr. Agnes' Evans, ego| fence, land read "If at an possible, gardens on farms and'suburban homesteads especially because of the need for protective ..
l Mrs. Julia Eastman, Btarke. Itp 1 dwelling hoi I' should fruit' food*-thoi* rich: in vitamins and ,r .I'.

and water; 1 tet Thrse requirement of a good garden spot are emphasized mineral e
Y y FOR. SALK-1937 Chevrolet.pick' 2-story barn j'oi' '-I' "Hiunshine, good soil and mob tore In the lOlL Hunger for these food*-often a hidden

up truck in good condition cat e d edgehBrownlee Everyone who has a piece: of land that Bu.ta theM requirements hunger-manifeits Itself in "nerves,"
good tires, reasonable price. S. Roa I J should plan a Victory Garden. Gardens, it is empha- poor eyesight, bad mouth conditions, a
B. McCOew. ,Kfaxgtdcy Lake Vil cash.-ba4onc te .' J I eked, should not be planted in areas where there .b not general lack of tone and other sub-acute
lace Route 2, Box; 289, Starke. Lester Prevail.; enough sunshine or where the soil win not produce: crops to symptoms of the lack of vibrant health.
.. -.ftp 26,, Starke lie ':' J justify the a.. of seed, fertilizer and labor. Garden product. win help relieve this
A good rule for knowing good soil bi "If the weeds grow hunger.

WANTED TO BUY-llght truck, GBT YOUR .Vie .. rank, the Boil b usually lard!.." This rule holds good if the Vegetables differ greatly In their vitamin -
4 panel or pickup; will pay cash; PlantsTomatolard ,soil .b not nest and mineral content, but some of ;: ::: :v.
the commonest and easiest
must be priced right. See AJ broccoli;, r to grow, including

Hatch, Blending Center. ltp Jordan, Jordan Victory' gardeners will make better progress In their spring are the most those valuable.discussed in this article,

Road 48., ,i ii&;; ..,. drives for the food-foMreedom campaign if they. start with a Garden product greatest contribution
FOR SALE-Hou e trailer '41 carefully: thought out garden plan.
j model Travelo; more floor space W ANTED-Llatln" probably vitamin A and vitamin C

than 'others; permanent bed, for sole:. ,'1W,this

porch awnings, electric brakeS; clients Whoa)

real bargain for quick sale.,Will I buying Bradfor
take truck F. C. Holllag
light aa part pay ,
ment.! See Al Hatch at Wane)I Fla.
1 ....._ ""
"" -
ding Center. "
Itp '
i-TST -
SWAYED-Black mare mulep 'bi I:to'In6reaa salaries o"f'e7: Commissioner 1 'Monday with the Beach Albert' Slonlker ''is 'an M.

WANTED TO BUY-House trailer or 8 year old weighing 800 or players at State institutions who statement: "I was about to lone P. at Camp Blanding,' and Obe 1 MUO: m .....aG -.. -
*. J. A. Brook. Box 428, 900 pounds; branded on left receive monthly salaries of leas my jailor and'didn't know It." Hall Is In the Marines on the .w ,

,r Starke., >tf thigh. Any Information will than $90 Ii e said. This bill While his salary was really on Pacific coast,! ...

n' be appreciated. D. G. Kelly, paaaed both houses in 1941, but a-"sliding scale," it stayed H. rt.Tuci.-sr. a veteran of the
U,' YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL, Route 2 pretty
Box 185.:
Itp vetoed the present World
I wan by Governor. On much the same all the time. According War la a member, Him
milk cows stock cows beef the other hand, he aald he would to Mr. Rowe he and E. P. Adolph, an American
cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get FOR SALE-Two saddle horses; actually, where I'sit.I
I citizen who \
continue his
In touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., also barber shop cases, 'some fight made in 1941 received $30 per_month for guard forces was In the Canadian .
n against Increases in salaries paid duty, 75 cents meal day during World War I, wilt
Box 247. Starka; Box; 204 Lake new and some used. Larry's per per
Place State officials In the higher salary for each prisoner, '2.60 soon join the local post.
City: Telephone 481 Lake City. I Blanding. ltp brackets. per I
month for laundry, and a certain
'Auction market every Thursday
on alt classes of live stock WANTKl)-Large pressure cooker Loss of revenue from race track fee for each arrest. However, he Tabernacle Observes I .Gy Joe Marsh.

__ at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. and sealer. Must be In good taxes Is of great concern to small made very few arrests, since he 10th
condition. J. W Jordan. Jor counties, particularly, as they was usually on duty at the Court AnniversaryThe
U. S. A1TROVKI baby chicks. dan's Hotel Court. It nave depended for some years in house or jail. When commodities? Go After that Western
I Hampshire Red, day old, or large measure on this revenue for advanced In price"so that he made Mrn. :J. T.pel Tabernacle, Mr. and the movies thriller at is sold only In clean, resp ct M
WILL PAY CASH for two 5O- Quigley Ben R yder
started pullet English strain operating expenses h e pointed very little profit from board, he celebrate sponsors, will "You know says: places.
pound ice boxes in condi Friday the the Wes wasn't'oK
4 White Leghorns from R. O. P. good out. He said he would fight for: found It difficult to make ends of 10th annlverwary like that Everybody benefits !roe
tion. the
J. W. Jordan Jordan'sHotel founding While
n cockrels. From hens. 200 eggs some plan to replace thin revenue, meet. He bad promised' to work work of this thf gun-play operation like that-eve fo
was .
Court, Road 48. on April 7, 1933 goin' on
t and up. Place orders now. Itp but did not know at this time for a certain price' he said and "Upper Room" (Mission In the were respec table folks who want Prohibition b** 1
Reasonable prices on 0-weeka- WANTKU TO BUY-electric sew- just what the solution would be when it got to"'where' he could A. fine musical Hall). elements weeding out't ndeslrable cause those beer folks cars wt

old pulletx.. -E. E. Wandln. 3ml. I n g machine, portable Singer "I will be glad: to consult with not live on that he was just goIng '. been, arranged. There program has gambling .;erj.eyer aloons and leg for the same tlaln( *-*d
north of Waldo on Road 13. preferred. Also electric iron citizens of the district at anytime to quit, rather, than,/ask for a numbers by an orchestra will be laWablclSJISeom.DnUf'
r with heat control. Mrs. J. 'C. about proposed legislation," wage increase 1 tin trio an Instrumental And Sen'v'right There's at's x.Isnt
FOR SALK!; .- Frlgldalre. 0 ft. Jones, Route 2, Box 74, Starke. said Senator Malnes.\ I wlU also The Commissionersset, ,his sal violins and spirit in America th always From where I sit-theuS'

capacity, good: condition. $100 4.92tpt I be glad for them to write me ary as follows: |2 per day for AT FIRST working z$ for'' a bett r communliy. to pass more ,
; '
cash.-R. O. Bryant 316 South I I their views about enforce the we've go-* *
pending legislation guard duty; $1 -perday for a SIGN OF Take that "c I fan-up or ones f t>
St. Itp The goal of Iho Second War whUe I am In Tallahassee. cook; 75: cents per day per D close-up" program; of the brew. rely) on America's spirit ol |

> Lean drive Is 13 binien WILL PARTY who owns luggage' i I.,.. That. jni about ea* 'extend such courtesies aa I can month for laundry expense anda USEG'666: whole purpose U Iu '
case with Initials A. W A. call fifth ef the estimated increased to the people of Union and Bradford fee for each arrest. He began to,e I that beer /1t"\.I'

for same and Identify.-EX J. the Public Debt fer the tun. counties who come to Tallahassee hU seventh year aa Jailor January _
Dahmer 110 E. Call St., Starke. cat year *f Mi. during the ses$loo." 6. M6 TABLETS .ov-

SALVE. NOSE DROPS .t!!. 550/aSeriM

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it" :/t:,'\I \ ":{:":i{'III, The Although. Drive Bradford. County Is rate-1 Over, I or Back Yard I Is Victory Gardener's Home Frond'

; eel Its $0,000 Red Cross War Fund _
:4 Drive quota by March 31. the

l I designated time, donations con I ..i land lad tae IDcre8-:: Caacarbfe add),tat ** gcas they aloe
II sesda b JA14 bal7e. aprdra. mien add :Waf d.ri suds for :mn pradactiaa fnis& ...
tinue to come into headquarters I we is loin d guns. aLL need Itfs jiran bra *,.. _... toes e gam ....... Plant' snia 8a hTbdaatfae) v Uhl"
What to
1 from many who had not had an oIf; >C a sww v JL. lease tn.t 1Ibia"riI" c. taWIs _b K fasBnant toe gafdeecrs*tetSaerfc &ria).ca1cims: aJ>l'la.1: ("

opportunity to contribute and TflMf jMBflfffiuaV .JB flew flBBBJP*XBrtZiif spot IK e.ir--.1iKk arir bad ass: effort Avoiding ac*< and t .. B.st ta CeMtkUrtaaw ane.mtf of three Ir1t: Aa 1Ir(

;h : who still wish to do their part I'M1' flii -..*. fIf a food-;rfffiacntc Tictery. dmfam. ... efremtisf. aIys Tastes ....1..... otba lfa l

These contributions are welcome, Jb* fpite WE lHaV|L g=eese B HlBCXlOaK J .. JHBBEK7- ill DC-.I J J4f99ff Caarfal preparations ar* baa s rgaJ Rim a3 Victory: I' M CM aboc1d

.;; : of course, for the Red Cross can paIIIr T'- pndarine IIIderaJ r : lo.d admi.isaral.ors efiefezR a syieuafly flsoa wb are. sot er+ermoed.Jg7 :JD7". when: lie choose: wfc* to plaa<. '
i. l a find good' use for all money paid ewe lost d-rvaodg e. .A-... yes s .... feeciOae* and bra caa b. .ave4 by acrangsog for carton: is oBpfaasboiLcm That is.advise with! Mk

raised. N Sternberjr, chairman f I its suern rawly then penducSat. War ..... -=--- wins s*rtam gean'el priMipk: in mizt4. aecorfej to cowtjr agents or *ttt* acrJcatoml aceaciea: a
: t; ; stated that at noon 'Wednesday cd isr .. be do pad fWvBttiV sad. melee Jt VdIr JL. : th* Bareax of PlantXadaetry. slit varied that: .we adapted to the loOv&aatf a51

,' the total fund stood at $6,763.00.: p'1IIIIcB Jar Ii2 __ teas: tens gvm same fIf ilbmr .... ..... EawslBsaaAdd: .:...1:14&': m. asnpl* garde* for. aa am is b,, loa'

Yesterday the Florida and Ritz V."I' aa W. ill asary ...,. 5s inset .. -:H Theatres turned $319.31: Into the Mrs. Bessie" 6- fad pradacfiBst pvcftfloxB. cad tibcy! at1* being wpI of tbs: --." Dawell awriseL -S.s rows should not ran up o>a boEetri.It Oa

? i'.., t 1.. fund, representing the.amount. Bradford < .. ; sat ...7 f. 6 "r m..... but air a a psesie .. CIIIII dews. die Lf $- fa awiaeaaya Bowwat'"to recommend

.. ff'fl raised in these two entertainment American ,, oeevice.E..a f! fae plot is aeariy Vwet bs :row abooU ma (b long for an region* or for aa g denen.- tat be >,ere acv,;,

rvi\ ,' hotuMa by "passing the hat" during Starke, ; '" food pesdsSaa 33> coDtdba.t ten .fir war effect: wy of ft* area )far comniac* ia: worlojag.. .sggestidu wall help gardeners ia aasldng tleir

+, National Red Croon Theatre fc err Los ffigifc'lfiriy' fad and GB die fhMBiirtBVBL.Itwi3r 1.&r sse pt'ac abie. w. -M: the fiat pso e datsraz bnUrfi hirinrV a\gxttd\ cbaaea not echr} for .

t Week April 17. Mrs. Tom Grady, Ie eras ..... e. Brand r aeas.ecLl s.eppis sad sad oil. vegetable* abould lie along den oorta or cast KX.foot garden but ateo. for axes 30 by S3 feet 5l, ,2J 4

owner of these theatres, stated >tbee4ry srb atseee aenrailr-JIII i laI7'" lsd-Js arils aide J8isIr seeps bC1lg rwa P.... ed7 x'm die area. ISO bet Th 1IJer....q....-I ..t>or 0De-third'
:so.aw .- dear
Tbi ordedy pzoesdurs.-
that patron contributed genera .. .. .....
ceofaaioa and oanag:
oid a
e.. 'ldeps I -
If solicitor missed
ously and the
Dear Mrs.
:, them In the theatre they would .. A* axSer sowing." Spades are tnIII2Is: f. dI8 V'xtmy ranener hi
Cat cstajrs Is better thanys.riag : earl
,,4 often come into the lobby after Za general but tb* take Bo* mad I have just raised bed or ridges aooq fo1Joj
the show, looking for a place to KtSMMfIta aop em For a axnaa garden the only nasnutiil tools Ii
appeared in sad fat! cadtsr mean leas work. XSdges.t CUCitltedll
leave their contributions. Telegraph' L1fY iMAV f WClliAVa TWO $0'9K' #'!IrC'RW WICP G 9Yi/ tvcr.mist t be need ea poorly drained 'pads 011 tsptdiag fadI; a.sadrabace mmnhoeendaery
f A check for this week aows .. cord. A trowel f* described as convenient
?;; $150 came IrUre' that alt M6H&TT11 ,reaa ear woes heavy! normal rainfall r* bet DOt tuceae
from Orange Llne.8: Inc. The em- am CAeIoAA. lab ia frsejneat sarfac Soot rg. They Tb* cord' Is Bsodwith.. stales at either: end of the

.... ploye of Southern Bell Telephone 'Cross TQll b !'>''tBR: arealaaeedednareuGard.statas : mat it possibl for the gardener to plant a straight raw sent fc
'Co. gave $110 and all these and 'which .. where fbefarnowmeth-: to see that his row' an evenly aced. Thin impnm k

many morA smaller contributions will. All of Wal Profit .d of Irrigation is nsed. garden appeal'' ce.: but KM real fenportaace is ia III }bIt
.' .' Bradford. far the v easier to do a good job of cmltinliun: when
.t put County over I Headquarters .. -, Gardeners: wiD find Ittaint the |ardoM
; top. Through chairman Stern- bera of the only. biter estsng but gets started, !

berg's c o m p lete organization pressed by ab pre''ta I* to draw a sketch of the It is always pleasing; and sometimes belpfal to own i Jrarietr

1. more people have been contacted flcluls .. J-a pI'&a bcf or* other work ia of garden tools-fiaia mad fancy. However.t'lip
f; Ali and given a chance to contribute demonstration .n Garden plans serv* the same assortmeat is not ac>I flat,, sad very stable tools mnj

i than ever before. I responds to peyaa than Unepnsta do for bnldcn.Zt quite ss good work as fancy or elaborate gadgets ,

J The organization and amounts I congra ill siw. 19 recorBTifTid any on* Doing: wartime gardener 1 are reminded mg&! and fIG

collected are listed below; plan for aS: regions or for a3 garden- are start e. They are thus adored to boy
BorvcS. bra b their ismfaraa needs
Residential District: Mrs. D. .ta7 suggests only GARDEN
P. Carpenter, chairman; Mrs. A IIdaaDIs: far three: ti of d garden fabi. Any area shodd b* plowed Instead*of
J : '
s TuTHRr ifira oa *"V H t"* Garderaa.* if this ia
j spaded posaiWr. beans spading
Z. Adklna' district $324.83 Mrs.: :
I K. J. Davis' $144.82; Mrs; TV.Sternberg's : C ,:.",C-- suggested shames is tone cinn..iiining and laTnUi &.Even
f I BorveS tr: "Wxdi a fettle ezperienc gardeners who hays their: areas plowed
_$278.15 Mrs. Glen
Duke's $103.75.Business ; ''xg and seedy of local mmuteiuents and poe- wja however, find good aaes for a spade J

ta3Titia, one call detdap kaproeaeaneut or spading fork. ..
District: C. H. Nas- wi3 bets,adapt! the garden to indi
A wheel hoe is a great labor saver, it is
worthy, chairman;' W.' N. Carna- vidaal needs and locaSties." TTun
DOt_t ter gardmsAaesffieba /
Ion's district $679 L. W. Koch'a Veteran
; gardeners that
agree a care-
-' or posh hoe, like the newel I* convenient bet
$256.15; K. J. ,Dahmer's $45; USr fhongbc: oat plan of some Best is a not MCMSEJ:
Vernon Howard's' z bd for If riming water is available in regions not normilj U;
$640.25; S. E. great ? any gardener" even if IDa
Sparks'' '$420; K. L. Matthewa' Lawton area is aril,30 by 50 feet or smaller."!lb. gated,. a garden boa Is encrHent insorance againit drag)

$:;iT.89; Charles Darby's $174; larger the area the greater the need fora and should be part ef tb gardener's equipment Ia mm(

H. N. Fairbanks' $301.28; J. A. i Lawton garden plan. especiaEy if the gardener regions every householder leas been advised to have i htiavailable

Martinez' $107; Jos. E Wilson, I of World 'War h anyway as a means of hanfTTmg emergencies the
nespezimced.w erred by incendiarv bomboun.
special gifts chairman received
Pines Veterans' w w A wheelbarrow: Eke the wheel boa or cultivator II M
$485.25. Reno, under the direction
of M a I 111 e Hunter, raised- vlved Petersburg by three .. for 6e.s... d ... ... ..a ta.emir .. hew pnSeaa. wja ba a ample problem T.for plant die Victory or not to gardener: plant tibia who or knows that able especUBy for ns* ia Urge gardens, or in conoectka rt

$151.21. Girl Scouts collected aac6 des.adw.ezsgegkasrlnisLkraafg.it Seed values vacant-lot or community gardes plots that are not far oooit
Rhoden, J. atjuumhci i what bi* family Ekes best; and
$68.53; lioy Scouts $6.88; B. H. S. Mathew Rhoden : wee fcefe t. relieve den load fa7ls.ports8e.< pgobia for Chooses varieties aided. to bas Ioca:ty.Tltm from the home to make auto transportation necesiary.

1290.53. sisters also V".11Ci11W7 gasdrer caa lase bin se -t.z- siQxt: JIt err near green leafy fiTVi leaf lettuce Such equipment aa wheelbarrows and wheel cnltintm
dosrsaep. ss Jaia pan7 ....... sad ill IliaVJdi1117 teat chard rgt cabbage spinach may wen be shared by a neighborhood. The developments
: kal
coBarda and
Other towns In the county: He had been ; tana? ar--.re described as ofsuaaisa
Gardea pasZibde. Ie aaseaaag aarslaaat needs neighborhood enterprise and Lawtey $274.61<< ; Hampton $207.68; since the War. #....... ear- *. Mow-.-- Ihs or another of them should b* interests
by then ooanftrgrJoe. sser.mats are the benefits
: gs> L pew tisee avaSabl front early slag C8Iwar4 among predicted u a result i
Brooker 260.20 Hellbronn 30. freezing weather.
; The body was is tile wsta11J3psuet early: S.03iw Lora gedar Victory: Gardening. shire-tnt-wheel-tool plan 1 if tba a
60; Theressn $62.35; Graham $11.- De Witt C. .patdoc-S ... tua..1 -'I $390 bDDpCa taords of eaaI&W Greea leafy vegeaJJes abe U lie in every garden and pected to be a logical: part of 1943 gardening.

05; New River $41.90., and a funeral -=c,1.Loc J 1- r 1.I..s.... psRgtigga 'T't..4 lie eaten lsegaeuidi.T' Sprayers for us* in combating insects and diseases lair)
I A total of $274.45. was con to North Pro eI Ave i111sitraee. tbs ktfpartaamt d 6i8 ---. and beans are so widely adapted that they alsos' the year may also be included in gardeners sharing piano II

w tributed through m 1 a e ellaneor. are Baker County, '.,tS1rF podsfsg sea did ill t5. .... year den 'u..1..d t* lie grown generally and geaerocsly. Toma- group purchase and common use.

r.. +4 source Interment will trKk aasga ar- far tae ra.rkat w USU3O.,. IDeS are r ttmtf aninid Oat they are grown by gardener Small compressed-air sprayers that be carried byt I
In again''' thanking his coworkerv Po' M. Saturday. a fan tat., of tCOSysS.000. for among aa weS a* for table nw when fresh. strap over the shoulder of the operator may ar very Mtirfactai

CM'rniWl"S\ierjberK.' ? ,?*' Jlu'I_ Ja 1M:,. Ia e3reasetmlx. is. Beets can*** sad onions caa b* stored for some time as for us. in the small garden.,On of theM sprayer win till!
.,f pressed especial Appreciation to UnderhW I" ..... a __._ dra b. IJQ ... __ w well a* used wire frcsa. It is thus suggested that if space is for several gardeners in a single neighborhood, and tt
Mr. Juntas M. Smith for the fine *w y.g.t j1q a 140061900....sad wbor_ vagabl*. the** phatiaga shoald lie harp enough to afford original cost is reatonable '

k, Job of publicity, without which On March 26 IIdire Year. bra grtrder and sass the. fSb0A76 a *miy Song after barvect.Panoip I II.GUI'S
the drive could not.* have gar o-I the transfer of fats gszdwa '7b.---. fie this and say ads lie left in tIe II I
{ for cr-cs aJI ..$. bztc,.
ceeded. divided Interest a OM.O90 farm ..... sad twice a* slay ed.r
r L Gardens. Greater Cribbage is easy to grow bat only
) : peodactioji ia aLw e>p.caed' 1hs a
.. .den raised garoen far the first tin: ia XM2be add toes few plants per prsoar i eboaU: be grown
., .; CLASSIFIED AD e. c t this year .* 6dr.... ezpgrlg.ef. fee bansti.g at ear --. a* cabbage i

"nae" Victory Gardes program cars fsr fear type ofTb carI does .at.s. br.c after JladiDc. s-er.. CANCUMMMA
'- gds.em'ggrdefr Y_-& sad towns.srbeol kraut is aaggeaced as a are for any large cad jcoR
t rdsu. sad tosm-mazy gardeaa aarpbjs.tweet. ALMOST
.WANTED FOR Department dpuZvefars Agri- Ito M.'TO U.
Listings on apartnents, h_ or IS mile from .! : potatoes potatoes and sweet EVCRYTHINa CM
drodd: ... a cara. 6d wm coca see among the THCTA8U YES. $AMWI" -:
homes for rent, located within *0, able : pocba a3 die Space Lode cAMa
mile of Starke'' living '.o-n. wended Jar 6e tam fafoilp'.edrm" yea.iy ... .. beat energy foods, but FROM OuR 6AR.OIN kcAVINtSTOftt '
1 119 Fast Call Street Soma g rdrs. sdh..M M least supply deg fua I7'. cafir M ry Farctod. Ibey reqoir amai er- LAST SUMMCdi 400M MATHOtft
W. T. CLUTE Realtor $100 per ter Ioasieg. and greea leafy aDd 7dJowwJMq erpeabies. SOm. Foods ab1e" .PKTb snot r* L \MHo HAM

Four-room .anitabl .pae i* set ar obis for a Lam.: gards. rmrnnnnJiiil for I 1'0 BUY TH'r-t.
FOR RENT-(-room unfurnished without f I gxdsa 101IoIII4.of IC.-.. slat plot) .. IIIIide the amaB garden bat potatoes might
apartment $10 per month.L. .- per .. tlios. -- aa mats are of dean weII lie iaciaded if one bas a quarter-

a, R., Oalney. Broker, Fla. itp W. T. &'edf ga"deaa tea be estal-bh.4 b peadno..oppSas for ass IaI'dea.e.: .
r lie East J.da WaQama elf orsppCrs. ; far bar w 117 die Gardening ia IMS is kpa ant not
u, LOST-Ration book. Name of .. ttmilea only beeaae: of die need for food but
owner. Mrs. Agnes' Evans, co| fence, land- 11 a. aD 1sa R gds es bnIIa a.d P..1.I. .a bola espeoaSy: because of the need for protective 1 fc
Mn. Julia Eastman, Starke. Itp 1 ... aIIIoIdoS i8dDSa 1zWt.- foods-tboss rich ia vitamin* and
dwelling IIIIInJa."Bcer.
aM .< III :
.rggsrsa a good garden spot urn tspLsslsed
FOR SAUK-1037 Chevrolet, pickup and water; 1 -,-- -4.. good .ogI.. and neoiatate 1 is tog .... for these foods often a bid-
truck' In good condition 2-story barn .._, 'be kas a pinei. .of lend Ibat scans !Less zagair.- &alatcu nannests itscg ia .Lewes.** xwJ
sated edge seb.aid plea i a Vktory Cardsa. CsrsVaa. it i* tscpba.booSd poor tyiiigln bad mooch *.-Ti frmt, a
tires reasonable S.
'good price. I Brownlee R o ... sot b* pbsrtad ia area ,.... Cbsr at not general lack of ton and other aab-acnt
B. McOlew,.Ktngaley Lake Village cash,'Wame of die lack of
.seas bfa* or wbsr die seed will set ixadma. to rrs90ocns vibrant health.
Route 2, Box 289., Starke. Lester Prevail the caw of fad r.nmJabar: crops Gardem products win> help relieve this

4-9-4tp 26,. Starke. P1 good rat far kaowing good ooO is: If tbs weeds. grow Inmca'-

..; die *oa tt maOy fcrtile.This raW bold good if die Vegetable err greatly their Y ta-
WANTED TO BUY-light truck, GKT YOUR iaawC wet. ads aDII.al ronttau. but some of

panel or pickup; will pay cash; Plants- WWW the rmmaortt sad easiest to grow, in-
''must be priced right. See Al lard, broccoli,:, chafing: bot* &. sed fa tins article
Hatch Blending Center. lip Jordan d.7 gardeners via caste better progress: r la their sari are the. most valuable.

Road 43. .' .'eWANTK1 ) tot die JaocI..Ior radora cae4ssign II a..c with a Garden products" greatest<< contiibutioB
FOR SALE-House trailer '41 dse.g4i .. .garden pone .. probably fa vitamin A and vitamin C ...
model Travelo; more floor space >-
than 'others; permanent bed, for sale In"";"this
porch awnings, electric brakes; clients "who" a

real bargain for quick sale. Will I buying

take light truck as part pay- F. C. ,

ment. See Al Hatch at Blan-', Fla. .....
ding. Center Itp I ... ,,.-'....,& vpaseage' or nut n "t--...... -_ r.-- ---
STRAYED-} : I '" td"Increase salaries of em Commissioner. 'Monday with the Beach, Albeit""Sloniker"Is iQ'Jf.
or 8 years old. statement "I about I>>. at Camp Blending' 1 -,,-'. -
WANTED TO. BUY-House trail at State institutions who : was to lone and Obe }r '- ,-
en!. J. A. Brooks, Box 428,' BOO pounds; mont ly salaries of lets my Jailor and 'didn't know It." Hall Is in the Marines on the

: Starke., tf thigh. Any $9O. lie said.' Tills bill While his salary was really on Pacific\ coast ..

be appreciated. both houses in 1941, but a-"sliding scale," It stayed pretty H. C.Turt.ir. a veteran of the -
IK YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Route 2. Box i vetoed by the Governor. On much the same all the time. According present World War, Is a member,

milk cows stock cows, beef FOR other hand, he said he would to Mr. Rowe, he actually and E. P. Adolph, an American where I lsit.
cattle, stock bulls or, hogs, get also barber ; his fight made In 1941 received $30 per'.month' for guard citizen who was in the Canadian om .
in touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., forces
new and increases in salaries paid duty 75 cents per meul per day during World War I. will s. -'
Box 247 Starke Box 204 Lake
; ; soon Join the local
officials In
City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Place, the higher salary for each prisoner, $2.SO per post
!' *. month for laundry and a certainfee ,
'Auction market every Thursday .bJ' Joe Marsh.
on all classes of live stock WANTED-Large Loss of revenue from race track for each arrest. However, he Tabernacle Observes

at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. and sealer. .'( Is of great concern to small made very few arrest, since he 10th AnniversaryThe
condition. J. particularly, as they was usually on duty at the Courthouse !
U. S. APPROVED: chicks.. dan's Hotel' for When commodities' After
baby \ depended some years In or jail. Gospel that Western thriller
Tabernacle at is
Mr sold only In clean res;
Hampshire Reds, day old. or WILL PAY .. measure on this revenue for advanced In price"so that he made Mrs. J. T. Quigley sponsors, will and the movies Ben R 'der says: places. ,

started pullets English strain pound ice expenses h e pointed very little profit from board he celebrate Friday the 10th "You know the Wes wasn't all
White Leghorns from R. O. P He said he would fight toe ,found it difficult to make end of the annlver like that Everybody benefits fro
tion. J. W ary founding of While th J gun-play
this .
cockrels. From hens 200 eggs Hotel Court, plan to replace this revenue meet. II. had promised to work work on April 7, 1933 in the 'was goin' on respec table folksndeslrable operation like that-eves
.and Place orders did know for certain he said and who pact
up. now. not at this time a price "Upper Room" (Mission Hall were weeding out want Prohibition
r j Reasonable prices on 6-weeks- WANTED TO t what the solution would be. when It got to'II'where he could A fine musical:! ). elements .. cause those beer folks are ring

old pullet*.-E. E. Wandln, 3ml. 1 n g machine, "X will be glad to consult with not live,on that h* was Just goIng been, arranged. There program win has gambling Joints.yed-eye* aloons and for the same thlnir-a di

north of Waldo on Road 13. preferred. of the district at any to quit, rather than,ask for a numbers by an orchestra be ,i law-abiding community.
an In. i And
with heat about proposed legislation. wage Increase. V>u atrumental trio I right. There's a sittM +11:
FOR BALK Frigldalre. ft ft; Senator Malnes. violins and .spirit in America fa From where I t tIsnt
Jones, Route 2, I will also 'The Commissioners.set... hU sal tha always bd
capacity good condition. $100 glad for them to write me ary as follows: $2 per day for AT FIRST working for' a better community. to pass more laws
u caah..R. O. Bryant. 318 South !' views'- about pending legisla Take that enforce the ones we've go
guard duty; $! -per day for a SIGN' Of A .D "c I an-up or cis r
St. Itp The (eat while I am In Tallahassee, cook; 73 cents per day per close-up" program f.the brewIng rely on America's spirit

r Lora drive of course I will be glad to prisoner for board; $2.W per 0'" Industry for Instance.. Its erance and cooperation
WILL PARTY who own luggage Jan. That !' such courtesies as I can month for anda whole "
} laundry expense c : purpose Is to se e that beer 'J lat(
cast with Initials A. W. A. call fifth of the l the people of Union and Brad fee for each arrest. He began 666 '
y for same and identify.-E. J. .f the counties who come to Talla- hU seventh year a* Jailor January USE .. 80e

Dahmer 110 E. Call St., Starke. > cal year ef during the session." 6. 66. TAW.ET5.
e Copy kills, 1943, Enwind Le 4uay IiPane


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1} ;: 11.a The Drive Is Over, But $ PLAN Recommended Arrangement For a Yt -

I; Although Bradford County rals-1
4 t eii, it* $6,000 Red Cross War Fund 1 I
t} y g t Drive quota by March 31 the"
i iA
'd designated time, donations continue ,

A f''J" k from many to come who Into had headquarters not had ana !' AMEF j ii
t t .
: IV':' oppoitunlty to contribute and surun t POLE BEANSKentucky t
who still wish to do their part.

:3 M j 4 These of find course good contributions, for use the for Red are all Cross welcome money cant 615Mis. ... :: t t j t t j 3 t A em t e. t t

4;, stated rained total that N.fund Sternberjr.at stood noon at'Wednesday'pa chairman$6,763.00.Ritz,' ALL L t t t II t t a. II t t a t m POLE Carolina At LIMA or BEANS Sieva sffl t t t't

ply;1 Theatres Yesterday turned the Florida$51531 and into the Bradford. BesHle County M. Burn Ca 2 t 'j tIt t i4e t
t j
1 fund raised\ in representing these two entertainment the amount American Red Croul" ". iJ !

the hat" during Starke, Florida 3JeU: _.tea _...lor '

houses Week owner that National,patrons April of by "passing these 17.!Red contributed Mrs.theatres Groan Tom Theatre Grady generously stated. /... s At4 i'. ,'" t' t t tlr t t t t t t t TOMATOESrot 2}cI.D1en* at* eetaput)Ear1iana'""I&i-

and If the solicitor missed Dear :Mrs. Burns: t tI 4/e A '
them in the theatre they would
often come into. the lobby after have Just had the I! t"t

?I t leave the show their, looking contributions.A for a. place week to Telegraph appeared In enUtled the ,M< t t t dt t ..,

check for $150 came that I have TON
am mire ...
Inc The em- ., ...
from Orange ) .' .
Cross members part 4/o 6 .' :. I
Southern Bell Telephone .

,r",'' ,ploye Co.put many top.gave Bradford Through morel of $110 smaller County, and chairman all contributions far these over Stern-and the I which will.Headquarters bera of All revealed the of Bradfor us are a'fins on M V! t t f .YCS:'i' ;" .t t. i t t t 4o I I36esz

berg's c o m p lete organization pressed by the
more* people have been contactedand flcials concerned. I
given a chance to contributethan demonstration of t!

The ever organization before. and' amounts congratulations.responds, to. an app tll'J1l1lJ i1 i1 tlJ fJJ Vl1l1V 11fJ\! ''I .CHARD. Fordhook. Giant. \o wle ea red W"llJ 1t if

collected are listed ,below; 1%L

Residential District: Mrs. D. t 4 BEETS Dark Red l owrce.ued 'i'-4w I
Crosby Egyptian or Dctrpit
P. Carpenter, chairman; Mrs. A. 1} : i"

Z.R.Sternborg's Adklna'J. Davis'dUtrlct_ $278.15$144.82$324.83; ;Mrs.Mrs.; Mrs.Glen N. 1 rJ4"T f ff1'' '' f ff T f ff? T f ff CARROTS$4a Y s Y a r V a r-s V Ma V Chantenav CCs Y eia Y r1 Y or t Y i Nantes i V e's Y '** T t WffT fTf

Duke's $163.75.Business TURNIPS Shogfoinljot' *oun.uAlUd '
District: C. H. Nas-
t worthy, chairman; W., N. Carna ,2Ju&1iJul

tion's$256.15 district: K. J.$679" ,Dahmer's; L. W. Koch's$45; 1 y W lflJ }. L l{j) CABBAGE Golden Acre hour Glory of Enl huizen }Jww' 3 clo ei .plaid''[ r each

Vernon Sparks'$ 1.89;' Howard''$420 Charles: K.. $640.25 Darby's L. Matthews'; S.$174 E.; Lawton Rhoden Rhoden i 1 : lIlt 1 *4 4* 1 lIt I tIll\ i! i W wur ONIONS H g itrK.iu w H"ellvO kwr iti H Ebertszer M v.'ucuruiAJ N Ni I ucat Q'H w w Ot; 1 1 1 111 t i 111 t

H.Martinez'N. Fairbanks''$107; Jos.; $301.28: E. ;Wilson J. A., I' of' Lawton World 'War I. dj 1 *.y-'f RADISHES Scarlet Globe i Jiowot0'dotf\ CntefwoU ]Jouna.u.e4t: .v>F V Jf'f

special gifts chairman received Pines Veterans' Hospt \ ( SPINACH) Long Standing Bloomsdale Jotuice,utd. :t8
$485.25. Reno, under the direction Petersburg Tuesday. | \to\: \
of M a 111 It Hunter raised vlved by three brottt @) 4 LETTUCE Black Seeded: Simpson iMUrattO.da.q tiltetaal4 \tIaclrt.Seed

$151.21. Girl Scout* collected' Rhoden, J. E. Rl
: x $08.53; noy Scouts $6.88; B. II. S. Mathew Rhoden of Ssisters
$290.53. also surviveHe h

Other towns 'in the county: hud been In ill!

Lawtey $27461; Hampton $207.68; since the War. '' No one plan suits all.gardeners or all parts of the country. This plan Is an example and not a specific re
Brooker '$260.20; Heilbronn '30.-. The body was bra
'60; Theressa $62.35; Graham 11. De Witt C. Jones ful
05; New River $41.90.:, and a funeral''coach t .
A total of $274.45 was con to North Prong I ;;' .
tributed through, miscellaneous Baker County, where] Seem
sources.! interment will take> Suggested Planting of Home Garden to Supply Vegetable Food Requirements

In again'' thanking1 his coworkers P. M. Saturday. : (For your tamU7: multiply br the number In
: : your family plus 1 extra for emergency)
the toil I Is prepared, much til)
Chairm4)L"9\ei') ; >ib rg.l; expressed
especial appreciation to UnddrhYlt'Estai, J NEEDS FOR ONE PERSON YOUR FAJIIILY }\ fundamental rule. All (aidenmj
Mrs Juntos M. Smith torthe'fine sowing; It too thickly.
-. 1y j Job' of publicity, without which On March 26 a ''do tKoETABI,1 Amount..... tr..b b.ta Quantity.tored to bo Amount for u.. durlng to can roduetl Total_ Number Un..r Amount of rest Amount eaed This mistake not only wastes valuable i
the' drive could not.' have succeeded the transfer of three* I..IGII drl.d and DOn'lrawlnl months and.....canned.tored plants reef or r.qalr.d row or lied nq1 or p red lento Lowe pauy or or..plan.d.d the seedling mutt later be thinned by hu(.|
divided interest In \ Poor growth and poor quality veg
QreeIWr Spinaeb are not*thinned out to proper ipadnglBft
chard or Kale..... 44 Ibl. ............. S \qua 50 lb. 100 It. 14 o:. Don't buy'more seed than IOU weds

,-! I CLASSIFIED ADS Lettuce (leaf or head) 281_.. ............ ............ jbo. 60 w h, o.. Bean and pea seeds should be ipacrfij
thinned in the rows.
;,,; Cabbage ............ 5 med hdB. 5 meet. hd. kraut.S qts. L51b.. 38f$. 25 p ltg, SmsU seeds like those of carrots: i
WANTED FOR" RElIS t 11110 2 bu -- four times a. thick u the plant are to_
Listings on aparUnent. houses or mile from Stay Tomatoes ........... ((60 lb.) ............ \\I..-. (..."...0'..) 78 ft Z5 pits. Surplus letdlings are thinned out bdtnl! "
honors for rent,,located within. 80, .able two-bedroom It dried -- Beet and chard "seeds"should be Mm*
.miles of StsJ-ke1< living 'r*n. Furrji\! Boy: Beans (edible) .., S Ibs. $ Ib. ..20: q" 20 Ib,. 100 ft. 1 lb. These two "sseds" are really fruits, eicH
110 JEst Call Street $100 per' onFourroom Snap Beosa........... 2IbtI, 3 tbs. qtr. 5Glbl. 150 ft. lit Ills. Cabbage, tomato and onion plants rod]
RealtorFOR I unfunUwtUtout Lima Beans (&belled) &IbtI 8lea.. q". 20 Iba. 200 ft. 1 lb. A common mistake among beginning fb
W. T. CLUTE. I plomblng M .. Peas (shelled) ......, Sib ............ 1 qts. 25 Ibl. 15 ft 21bl. planted only deep enough to make ml
RENT-t-4-room unfurnished per moat Asparagus .........., Ibl. .. : qts. 12 Ib. 18It 12 plb. the seed so near the surface that the toUsJ

apartment. $10 per month.I .- W. T. CLUTE, Carrots end Beeta.... 2001" 20 1.-. 5 q..-.. 50 IbtI. 60 ft. I' become uncovered by rain. Planting\ ]
R.. Galney. Brooker, Flu. lip 118 East OaU Turnips and P.r..ps. 20 lb., 20 lb. ............ to Ib. 15 ft. 2.s. from pushing through the soil

book. Name of Onions (.e&l) ........ S lbs. 10 lb.. ............ 15 Ills. 30 ft. 1 pt In making row for planting inufl i
LOST-Ration FOR SALE3..cnfence. drawn through the toil along the stringRaspberries
owner. M.... Agnes' Evans, co| land ready Sir.wberrl.. sari until quits fine, smooth and free from do
....... ............ .
Mrs. Julia Eastman. Starke. Itp 1 dwelling holes \ l4gi. 40 \\Its. 150tt 125 pits.or 50 For larger weds that are to be planted!
and water; 1 ten of a common hoe. With little practice!]
Garden should Include such crops as radishes, pepper. green onlOD8 and
2-story "barn ,on pole beans for the kind of seed to be planted.
up sated edge ell' Irregular depth or irregular covering o
good tires, reasonable price. S. Brownle Roadcasb'betenee .
B. McG1ew.Khtealey Lake vil- tern
loge Route 2, Box 289. Starke Lester Preva .\ 1 .. .

WANTED TO BUY-light 4-9-4tp truck GUT 26., Starke YOUR, Vlcto$1a.. ..-. (It .. > i'' .

panel or pickup; will pay cash; Plant*-.Tomato, q ; *
mutt be priced right. See AI lard broccolirutJordan .. ,
Hatch, Blanding Center.. lip ,Jordan's' ; : '::4;
Road 4'i.\., 1I 1-\: \ \
iGr ,
I .
FOR SALK-House trailer '
WANTKI> Uatlngs .' \ ,,' ,
model Travelo; more floor space! ,rI ., .
@:; ', "
for aJcJq \hla
bed, eecllenta"WhO' .,
than 'others; permanent (
1. atebuying ," ,
porch awnings, electric brakes; "
real bargain for quick sale..Will Bradford "
P. C. Hollingsv ..., .
take light truck aa part paywent. -- --'- .
See Al Hatch at Blan- Fla. gra, g will;.alaaiaakYforl'paeiege;- of hut 'ennnorrt Mr.rww e..e...,;;,; 'lJii "titirtl'131oetlkerd' '
... F'h7'J11 ; i ';::I 4TM: -
\ with the
ding Center. Itp STRAYJI.D--B1ack: : mare mule ,1 bill to Increase salaries of ,employees Commbisloners'Monday P. at r. .....-
Camp Standing and
i 8 old.weighing 800 or at State institutions who statement. : "I was about to lose
or years '
TOBUY House trail Hall la i in the Marines on the .
WANTED and"dtdn't know It.
900 pounds; branded on left receive mont ly salaries of lens my jailor or a4let "P
ers. J. A. Brooks Box 428; thigh. Any information will ; than $90 He said. This bill While his salary was really on Pacific coastA.
tit H. rt
TucVv. a veteran of the I'
1 Starke., be- appreciated. D. G. Kelly passed both houses in 1941 but a ."sliding scale," it stayed pretty '
present World War Is a member,
1*' YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Route .2, Box 183. lip was vetoed by the Governor. On much the same all the time.. Ac- and E. P. Adolph an American rom ,where I sit .
milk cows, stock cows beef the other hand, he mid he would cording to Mr. Rowe, he actually
citizen who 'was in the Canadian
FOR SALE-Two saddle horses; continue his fight made in 1941 received $30 ,month for guard
cattle, stock bulls or hogs get per
forces during World War I, wilt
In touch with J. D. Odom Jr., also barber shop casos. some against increase In salaries paid I duty 73: cents per meal per day soon Join the local ,C .
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake new and some used. Larry'sPlace State officials in the higher salary I for each prisoner, '20M per .
City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Standing. lip brackets. month for laundry, and a certainfee : \ .J" Joe Marsh.

_1 Auction market every Thursday WANTELK Large pressure cooker Loss of revenue from. race track for each arrest. However he Tabernacle Observes
k; on all classes of live stockat and sealer. Must be In good taxes is of great concern to small made very few arrests, since he [ 10th AnniversaryThe
Lake City at 2:30 P. M. was usually on duty at the Courthouse -
condition. J. W Jordan. Jordan's counties, particularly as they After that Western I thriller at is sold only In clean respectabJ
Hotel Court. It hare depended for some years In or Jail. When commodities Gospel Tabernacle Mr. and the movies
chicks. Den
APPROVED baby I says: places.
U. S. that he made
advanced In prlct'lo
r large measure on this revenue for Mrs. J. T. Quigley sponsors, will
Hampshire Reds day old, or WILL HAY CASH for two 6O- operating expenses, he pointedout. very little profit from board he celebrate Friday the 10th anniversary "You know,the West wasn't all Everybody benefits froll
started pullets. English strain > pound ice boxes in !good condi He said he would fight for found it difficult to make ends of the founding of this like that While" thfc gunplay operation like that-erea f
White Leghorns from R. O. P. tlon. J. W, Jordan Jordan's, some plan to replace this revenue meet. He had promised to work work on April 7, 1933 in' the was goin. on respectable folks who want Prohibition book\ Jl'
cockrels. From hens. 200 eggs Hotel Court, Road 48. Itp but did not know at this time for a certain price he said and "Upper Room" (Mission Hall). were weeding out tlndeslrable cause those beer folks) are'
a and up. Place orders now. when It to''where' he could elements ..ved-eye tatoons and deC
just what the solution would be. got A fine musical program has Ing for the same thinglawabiding -*
Reasonable prices on 8-Whks- WANTED TO BUY-electric sewIng "I will be glad to consult with not\ live on that he' was Just go- been arranged. There will be gambling; Joints." community-

old pulletn.E.Waldu E.on Wasdln.Road 13.3ml.. preferred.machine Also, portable electric Singer Iron citizens of the district at any Ing to quit,.rather than,ask for a numbers by an orchestra an Instrumental And Ben's'', right.. I Tbere'sFrom where sit-the trl
north legislation' wage Increase. \)v trio, violins In JU'
with heat control. Mrs. J. C. time about proposed and spirit America th always Isn't to more laws, butt'
: pass
6 ft. 2 74, StArke.4.92tp. said Senator Malnes. I will also' The Commlssioneia set his salary working for a better commu.
FOR SALE- Frigidalre. Jones, Route Box enforce the ones we'refOt ;\
Rood condition. $100 be glad for them to write me as follows: $2 per day for AT FIRST nlty. Take thatl''cl an- of I Idoseup" 0'
capacity |
t cash.-R, G. Bryant. 316, South their views about pending legislation guard duty; .flper day for a ,. .'D program of the brew.rely on America
HP while I am In Tallahassee cook; 73 cents per day per Ing Industry for instance.. erance and cooperation.ifi
at. The goal of iho Second War 0'" Its
.. And of course I will be glad to prisoner for board; $2.SO per I1t',
r Loadray. Is 11 billion del.Jars. c. purpose to to se o that beer 1 "
WILL PARTY who own luggage i That U fast about ... extend such courtesies as I can month for laundry expense! : anda : 'tJOe _
case with initials A. W A. call, :r fifth ef the estimated Increas to the people of Union and Drad- foe for each arrest. He began. 666
for same and Identify. -B. J. of the Public Debt for the c:.- ford counties who come to Tallahassee his seventh year as jailor January USE

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.! t llThe?' \ Drive Is Over, But I IA In J Careful Soil Preparation Pays Dividends To Gardener 1

r ; Although Bradford County ra.\B.1\ I I _
; 1.'gggi ed lla $0.000 Red Cro.;s War Fund ,
''t Y1;' Drive quota by March 31. the a good Job of soil preparation I. an Important Weed. can be kept under control by thorough shallow soil can be hoed properly cultivated worked after each rain,
thoroughly or
designated time, donations con.I DOING success for the Victory gardener who has cultivation, but protection against the gardens Insect and to leave the surface In Mil weeds that ha"ab01lll.hnalso

ft .. tinue to come into headquarters > a suitable sits for his work in the 1943 food- disease agents of the Axis requires special forethought and absorb later rainfalL ,a loose friable coed

from many who had not hud an for-freedom campaign. preparations.
Weeds that take root again
ilh'r' i.. opportunity to contribute and AME Of prime Importance Is the selection of st suitable sit*. From the time the seeds of garden plants are put Into the pulled out should readily after hoe!
they are be
'ro, who atm wluh to do their part. i Garden areas should have sunshine, and they should have ground until the crops are gathered diseases and Insects If water is applied to the carried out of the gyro f ..11ft
4. There contributions are welcome 811I good .oil, selected if the gardener has no better way of must be fought Prevention. al1"1I1. better than cures.and garden the soil shoughly
and soaked
r of course for the Red Cross can judging roil by applying the rule: "If weeds grow rank the thus it is Important not only to plant locally adapted seed then actually deeply needs watering as again it is by a fairly heard :a.diet..
..1Mia. disease-resistant varieties but also to use disease-free only when the
a p find good ue for all money signs of becoming dry. IOn don
a raised. N. chairman I I I i f and plants.Numerous.
Sternberg Artificial watering if thus
', important diseases, such as bean anthr.cno.e.peaPod applied properly
.. stated that at noon 'Wednesday carried decided advantage during dry periods wm *"'
f. and potato leaf roll and mosaic, are but it '
; (the total fund stood at 676300. I spot, in or on the seed and yet,cannot be prove to be an injury if not done properly. pry

Yesterday the Florida and Ritz Beanie M. Bur Gardeners Advised controlled by seed treatment. It is sprinkling or irrigation Js a bad practice becauw Iic I
f.i Theatres turned $515.91: into the 4. 1 X Rr To Secure Most therefore essential to secure the the roots of shallow-growing' weeds, leaves the it ''III
r: fund representing the, amount Bradford County
rained in these two entertainment American Red Crw' Dl.ao.Fre. using the most reliable .ourc. that his work is done. to "**

houses by "pasxlng the hat" during Stark, Florida Some garden troubles may be brought In on the roots of Some gardeners recommend soaking the eon ,

National Red Croon Theatre seedling plants and remain in the soil to attack future crops. about once a week and then loosening the thorn._*

',, Week April 17. Mrs. Tom Grady At. In buying plants the gardener should therefore make sure surface by cultivation as soon as the soil U

owner of these theatres stated Ifl that bis purchases are healthy and free from insects. The dry enough to work. GARDEN

that patron contributed generously ( roots should be clean, profusely branched, and free from On a small scale the water can be

rl, and if the solicitor missed Dear Mrs. Burns: l j np knots or swellings.Controlling plied by means of a sprinkling can.
them in ,the theatre they would a diseases caused by fungi, bacteria, and other ever available a garden hose should
r often come into the lobby after I have just had thi enemies requires special treatment.: used. Perhaps the best method for 'P-I '

i the show looking for a place to in the kTelegraph Injurious insects of the garden may be divided into two big the water is to open slight
t <; leave their contributions. appeared classes with reference to their manner of taking in food.' alongside the rows of plants and allow )

A check for $150: came this week entitled; Caterpillars, beetles, grasshoppers, and grubs have biting water to flow gently along these i

from Orange Lines Inc. The employe am sure that I hat mouth parts and feed by biting off, chewing up and swal- After Irrigation the soil should not be trampled or

of Southern Bell Telephone Cross members lowing the substance of the plant. until it has partially dried so that it I. no longer wnW.

'i Co. gave $110 and all these and '' revealed PJ"which On the other hand the mouth parts of plant lice, thrips Where seeds are to be sown during a dry period itkh,

many more smaller contributions' will. All of us leafhoppers and plant bugs form a tubular beak through furrow may 'be opened and water run through it a sits!

; .. put Bradford County far over the I Headquarters are | Youthful Victory Gardeners Start Tomato Crop which the juices from within the plant are sucked up and after the water has soaked into the soil, the seeds Tu.

';Ni top. Through chairman Stern- bera of the Brndfoi swallowed. Stomach poisons put on the plant surface do not sown and covered with dry earth. This method will mail fan It

berg's c o m p lets organization pressed! by the fit soil is usually fertile." This rule, however does not apply affect these sucking insects, which must be controlled by a good stand of plants as the moisture feeds upward (11 lit
more people have been contactedand flclnla concerned. r if the soil Is wet.Third contact. Insecticides or, remedies that )kill by touching the soil like the oil in a lamp wick.

given a chance to. contribute 'demonstration of f -... item In the 12.3 of first steps In garden growing is insects. Mulching between the rows with straw, dried lawn
than ever before. a careful preparation of the soil before planting. Small compressed-air sprayers carried by a strap over the pings leaves or similar material will help conserve raoiZ

The organization and amounts responds to an app A. soon as the land is sufficiently dry In spring and the shoulder are suggested for use in the small garden. One of and keep down weeds

collected are listed below; congratulation. area Is cleared of large stones and debris the gardener can these will serve for several gardeners In a neighborhood and *
"'' start spading unless he is fortunate enough to b. able to the original cost is reasonable. Poisons may be applied in *
Residential District: Mrs. D. / have his garden plowed. Heavy soils especially should not powder form to a number of garden crops by means of a Spring Is not the only planting season for
,...i P. Carpenter chairman Mrs. A. Victory ntd
r ; be worked while wet. small hand duster or even a burlap or cheesecloth bag the ers who make the best use of their home food *
1 Z. Adklna' dUtrlct $324.83 Mrs. Where there is a deep layer of the ferule top soil, the poison being dusted upon the plants when they have dew Effective gardening requires thought and plots

R. J. Davis' $144.82; Mrs. N. garden should be spaded or plowed to a depth of 8 to 10 upon them. all through the entire season and in work beforult

,,y Sternberg's _$278.15; Mrs GlenDuke'e inches, but gardeners who have thin layer. of top soil shouldbe Garden products such as snap beans should not be sprayedor round. Much of this thought and work is the in south, the m

$163.73.Business careful not to dig up much subsoil. dusted with poisons after the edible parts have formed. a schedule for planting succession connection wit
crops that
District: C. H. Nas- Well-rotted leafmold horse manure or' cow' manure, or planted after others have been harvested from; is, cm;
worthy chairman; VV,. N. Carna- other decayed organic matter if obtainable, should be worked Single! plantings of lima beans tame m,
slon's district into the soil. As much bushel some pole snap bellll
$070; L. W. Koch's as a can well be used for and
'' chard (planted in spring) bear for
$250.15 I ; $45: square equal to 20 tons per In the south fall collards
t)' Vernon Howard's' 640.25: ; S. E. acre. The apaded-up masses should be crushed and roughly I fn late kale spinach and turnip
(planted summer) are usable some time after
.. Sparks'- $420 K.! L.. Matthews' Lawton leveled out as the spading progresses. froit
JIIT.89; ;' Charlea Darby's $174; Rhode After the soil of the small garden is spaded, stones or trash enced Gardeners neighbors are and thus such advised authorities to consult with their esprf.\
Lawton jjof jj at the surface should be as county agricultod
H. N. Fairbanks' $301.28; J. A. removed and the clods broken.
Martinez' I d Clods should be broken finely with the agents and also to obtain publications from their state 10
$107; Jos. E. Wilson World War up take instead of cultural agencies.No .
special gifts chairman received Pines Veterans' Hasp! being removed from the garden.
Immediately before ?1"i one plan suits all gardeners In all parts of the UoM\
48525. Reno under the direc- Petersburg Tuesday planting any part of the garden, that $irr
tion of M a 111 e Hunter raised vlved three brott part should be finely worked up and smoothed with the rake States but the garden chart (See Plan I) includes a nlllo
by ber of examples of succession for
$151.21. Girl Scouts collected before laying off the rows. crops Victory Garde
B. R
Rhoden J. There are few soils-on which vegetables do Described as "an example, not a specific recommndatkq'Succession
not benefit
$68.53; Roy Scouts $6 88; B. H. S. Mathew Rhoden of I
$299.53. from the proper use of fertilizer. Farm and small-town gar wa 5 ti the plan for a garden in the mild,
sisters also survive t deners usually have access to animal manures, but city and tit : a ; Crops part of the country include for h.
Other towns In the county: He hud been Inl\ suburban gardeners rely largely on commercial fertilizers. s. ft"L Included as Part stance three succession cropi tat

Lawtey $274.61' : Hampton $207.68; since the War. ? AU gardeners are urged to use compost piles and animal Of Model Garden gusted as beat in some parts of tin

'Brooker $260.20; Heilbronn 30. The body was bra manures to the fullest possible extent Common in the past country.

r 60; Theressa $63.35; Graham 11. De Witt C. Jones fu have been luch garden fertilizers as those containing 5 per Having suggested two rows of Kentucky Wonder poll

'? :, 05; New River 4190., and a funeral coach', cent nitrogen 10 percent phosphoric acid and 5 percent map beans for spring planting it is suggested that "ata

; A total of $274.45 was contributed to North' Prong ,I potash. Such "5-10-5" mixtures and similar high-nitrogen harvesting beans follow with 3 rows of Purple Top Glob

.. through, m I. c.ellancoua Baker County where)! fertilizers are the ones recommended by the Department of turnips.'* .
l i,, source Interment will take.! Agriculture as the best for general garden use but difficulties Two.rows of collards may follow' where one row each II

: In again' thanking' his coworkera P. M. Saturday. in obtaining fertilizers with as much as 5 percent nitrogen Weed, Crosby Egyptian Early Wonder beets, Chantcni s
,., ChairEaivx'S\erflberg.J.ex-{ ) r r'U have this year led to the substitution of a special Victory Successful Methods Nantes carrots, and Shogoin turnips have been harvotei
I. pressed especial Appreciation to Ulerhllf''C.tiA 'Garden Fertilizer for the small garden.' Where a row of Scarlet Globe radishes and s row of lay

i Mr, Juntas M. Smith for the fine Labeled "Victory Garden Fertilizer for Food Production Meeting the attacks of Insects and diseases requires Information Standing Bloomsdale spinach have been harvested, the pro

is job of publicity without which On March: 26 a de Only." this mixture will be found In stores In 5-pound, 10. that gardeners should obtain from state or federal dener may plant 2 rows of U. S. No. 5 Refugee bean.

the' drive could not have suc the transfer of threat pound 25-pound 50-pound and 100-pound packages for home agricultural agencies and experienced gardeners. Available Crops in the sample scheme that grow throughout tb
$ ceeded. divided interest in ( garden use in place of the usually recommended 8-10-5 free from the IT. S. Department of Agriculture is a Farmer season are Two rows of Carolina or Sieva pole lima bun,

mixture. Bulletin of general value called "Diseases and Insects of a row of Earliana tomatoes, a row of Marglobe tomatoa,

$ a Made up of 3 percent nitrogen, 8 percent phosphoric acid Garden Vegetables. and a half row' of Fordhook Giant chard.

. .; f CLASSIFIED ADS ,, and 7 percent potash, the new fer- Several of the rows suggested for the food garden n

Vlttory' Fertilizer tilUer not only contains less nitro- Victory gardeners cannot afford to neglect thus involved In the gardener's schedule of second crop
::, Recommended for ten but gets most of the nitrogen then catch up with drastic spurts. Steady hoeing and Those with larger or smaller seat It is pointed out,, rl
WANTED FOR RE1 Town Gardeners It does contain from such organic the words suggested for cultivation. cautious are have similar opportunities.

LI..u..p on apartments, bow+eN or 15 mile from Start sources at cotton-seed meal. The rob garden plants of In more northern :and in far southern states lesions n
1 hones for rent;located within. XO able two-brdroom l \ chemical nitrogen formerly abundant for fertilizers is ...en. thWeed. and sunshine that water nutrients, and even of course different and thus the succession schema wool
,mike- of StaHce1* living .ro. u. Kuril" tial In the manufacture of explosives. they require. As soon as the need to be different than for the middle_part of the county

} 119 Eat Call Street 9100 mi, Commercial fertilizer Is belt used when applied along the .
; W. T. CLUTE. Realtor Four-room unfural per' garden row in a band about 3 or 4 inches wide, about Z
t inches from the line where the seeds will' be sown or the TABLE 4: Vitamin Mineral and
without plumbing 4H Energy Values of
FOR RENT-4-room unfurnished plants set A wide furrow' about 2 inches deep Is scooped Vegetables

apartment $10 per month.- per onset out with a hoe. The fertilizer Is spread uniformly along this Hind or Veetable.Vltamlo. A Thiamine Ascorblo Enern
I- L. R., Galney, Brooker Fla. Itp W. T. CLUTE; furrow, mixed with the soil, and covered about 2 inches deep. Acid Riboflavin Calcium Iron Value
: 11. Eat Call| ,It should not touch the seed. ...10.'"

LOST-Ration. book. Name of FOR SALE-3" Broadcasting on is close easier than applying fertilizer In bands, butexcept Beane Beans.snap Umt (.creen.....)..... Excellent...... E xce U en.- .. .... ....,.... G 0 od........ ........ ._...... ExceUent... ....pro.595."ea....
k' owner. Mrs. Agnes' Evans co| very rows broadcasting results in less effi Good....... Good....... ..... 190.....
fence land ready Beet creens.......... ..... G0e4....... II... ....
Mrs. Julia Eastman. Starke. Itp 1 dwelling hotuej dent The use of the fertilizer, which must be conserved. Cabbage............. .Excellent..... .... ..... .............. ..... .. .. ..... Excellen.... -.Excellent... .....150 ....
and water; 1 tens; 5-10-5 fertilizer Is applied at the rate of 1 pound per C.rrota. .............. Excellen... Good....... Excellcn... Good....... oed. ?a.. ;; .......... .......130:,...
FOR SALE--1037 C'hevrolet''Plck. 2-story "barn on 30 feet of row when the rows are 2 feet apart, but the 3-8-7 Chard ................ Excellent... Good....... ....-... ....... 4ood........ Goed. ...... ... ........... ... 205.....
; i up truck In good condition oated i' mixture at the rate of 1 pound per 24 or 25 feet of row. Collard.............. ExceUen... Good........ ...... ... .. .. ........... ExoeUen... Excellent... ...U5.....

good tires reasonable price. S. edg.ett I; The Victory Garden Fertilizer if broadcast, is used at the Corn, aweet.......... ...... ....... Good....... Excellen... Good...... Excellent... Good....... ... 2:5:: ...
i B. McGlow. .Ktncaley Lake Village. Brownlee Rood ,, rate of 3 or 4 pounds per 100 square feet and then mixed Kale.................. Excellen... Good..,.... .Esceileet ... .. .........., ... .t .. ..... .... .....510::...

casn.'taktence term'1' i: ;.... .,. ....
Lettuce Excellent. ...225.
thoroughly with the soil. peen........ Excellent .. Excel1eDt... Excellent... .
f.. Route 2, Box 289, Stsrke.404tp. Lester Prevatt;; P* ? 1'arsalp............. ................ Good.Good...,... .............. Good. ..... Good.. ..... 00011....... ..... 85....

26.. Starke, Fla., r Potabee.............. ... .. .. .... .. Oood......... Oood....... ..... .......... Oood.:..... .........,..........S35. ...
r potatoes ..............Excellent:!.. Good. .... Oood......, ...... ........ ....:... ..... ..'". .... ::...
WANTED TO BUY-light truck GET!: YOUR -Victor .Insects,' weeds, and diseases are the chief: Axis agents 8qalUlb. Itab6ard.... Excellent. .. .. ..... Excellent... Good.....,.......... EJlcel1eJl.: .. .....I10.. ....
Plant&Tomato.lard. known to be operating in! Sweet potatoe. ..... ....... ........... .....200.....
panel or pickup; will pay cash; i Victory Gardens. The gardener's ... Excellent... Good. ..... (Seed. .. .u.......... .H.... .... .,.
mutt be priced right. See Al broccoltrut,. \ ."follow-through" and vigilance against enemies are essential Tomatoes red....... Excellen. .. Good ........ ...... ...... ....... ....,.. ....... ........... .. .....565.....
TurnIp greens....... Excellell... ..... .. .. ... .. ... .....105.....
Hatch Blanding Center. Itp Jordan Jordan's to success in the nation's home-food-production effort this ExcelleD... Good....... ... .... ... ..... ....
Turn ps. white....... ExcelleD... Excellent. .. ...... fa ..
Road 48. ." year. ........... .............. Excellent... Exoe1lent. "
vWANTKD Excellent... .......... ..155.....
FOR SALE-House trailer. '41 ,' Good....... .............. ..

model Travelo; more floor apace -LO UngS,

than others; permanent bed for sole, in'.this. .so
porch awnings electric brake; clients who:< 'are' 1 I '-.

real bargain for quick sale.,Will I buying :,Bradford (, -

take light truck as part pay F. C. Hollingaw. ,
t ment. See Al Hatch at Blan-I Fla. r aSTRAYEDBlack ..
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ding Center liph' y -- Vl Y .
mare mule", "7 : bllt1 to"Imlresae'salaries of em- Commiaslonera-'.Monday. *"wlWine" r.lseacD,4De; -.,: --"MMv.-'YMIOIt.L"-;-I ._ ;

WANTED TO, BUY-House trailera. or 8 years old.welching 800 or ployees at State institutions who statement: "I was about to lose I P at Camp Blanding.andrObe. '' :

J. A. Brooks Box'' 428 900 pounds: branded on left receive mont ly salaries of lens my jailor and"didn't know It." Hall Is in the .Marines\ on the
Starke., 4f' thigh. Any information will than $90,, I he said. This bill While his salary was i Pacific coast. ... "',...''''''''' .Mt ...<". .., .
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be appreciated. D. G. Kelly passed both houses In 1941. but "sliding it H.'C.7LA.\ +r, a veteran of the .
U' YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Route 2, Box 185. ltp stayed pretty : vetoed
was the
by Governor On present World
much the same all the time. According War Is a member
milk cow., stock cows beef FOR SALE the other hand he said he would ; to Mr. Rowe he 'and E. P. Adolph an American ,where I
.} cattle stock bulls or. hogs, get -Two saddle horses; actually rom sit
continue his citizen .
fight made In 1941 who was in the
also barber $30 month for Canadian
in touch with J. D. Odom Jr., shop cases some per_ guard
and against increases in salaries paid duty. 75 cents meal forces during World War I, will
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake new some used. Larry's per per day aaaalar.
State officials In the higher soon join the local
City; Telephone 481 Lake City.: Place Standing. lip bracket salary for each prisoner 2.50: per post.

Auction market every Thursday month for laundry, and a certain J Joe
; on all clasnes of live stock :I WANTED--Large pressure cooker Loss of revenue from race track fee for each arrest. However he Tabernacle Observes .49 Marsh.After .

f at Lake City at 2:30 P. M. : and sealer. Must be In good taxes Is of great concern to small made very few arrests since he 10th
condition. J. W. Jordan Jor I counties particularly.. a. they was usually on duty at the Courthouse AnniversaryThe
U. S. APPROVED; baby chick i dan's Hotel' Court. It have depended for
i some years in : or Jail. When commodities that Western thriller at Is
: Gospel sold only In clean res
Hampshire Reds day old. or large measure on this revenue for advanced In price so that he made Tabernacle Mr. and the
i movies Ben rder'
I PAY CASH for two BO- J. T. Quigley says: places.Everybody.
started pulletn. English strain operating\ h little sponsors, will
e from
expenses pointedout. very profit board, he "You
Ice coxes In celebrate know the Wes wasn't all
pound condi-
White Leghorns from R. O. I', : good He said he would fight for found It difficult to make end Friday the 10th anni like benefits troll
tion. J. W. Jordan. Jordan'sHotel versary of the that While th s gun-play
cockrels. From hens 200 eggs some plan to replace this revenue meet. He had promised to work founding of this operation like thateyef f
Court Road 48. Itp work on April 7. was goin' on respec table folks
.and up. Place orders now.: but did not know at this time for a certain price he said and in the 'HBO want Prohibition back
Reasonable'' prices on 6- _ks- WANTED TO BUY- lctrtc sew- Just what the solution would be. when it got to 'where he could "Upper Room" (Mission Hall). were weeding out't ndeslrable cause those) beer folks are f r
A fine
1) ,old *. -E. E. Wand, 3ml. "I will be to musical program has .i'ed-eye*i oloons and di
pullet I n g machine portable Singer clad consult with not live on that he was Just go- been Ing for the same thlng-a
r. north of Waldo on Road 13.. preferred. Also electric iron citizens of tile district at anytime Ing to quit .rather, than ask for a numbers arranged. There will be gambling Joints. law-abiding community.

with heat control. Mrs J. C. about proposed legislation." .wage \Increase. ;-u by an orchestra an Instrumental And Ben's, right.. 1 There's a yX
FOR BALK Frlgidalre. 5 ft. said, Senator Malnes. trio. violins and spirit In America From where I sit-the
Jones Route 2, Box 74. Starko. I will also The Commission( set his salary tha t's always bsi
capacity good condition. $100 be glad for them working Isn't to pass more laws,,
... 4.92tpt to write me as follows: $2 for $ a bett r commu- ,
coah.-R. O. Bryant 316 South their views about per day AT FIRST nlty. Take enforce the ones we'verely go t-
pending legtslalion guard duty; $1 per day for a SIGN. Of AC that lOci an-up or of
St. Itp The coal of Iho Second War whUe I am in Tallahassee cook; 75 cents per day per 'D close-up" program of the brewerance America's spirit

Lean drive Is 11 Milton de. And of course I will be glad to prlnoner for board; $2.DO per 0'" lug industry for;' Instance.: Its and cooperation.

.1 WILL PARTY who owns luggage i lars. That ls ,loaf cleat ... extend auch courtesies ua I can month for laundry expense anda whole purpose is to se e that beer 11/'.
e d'' case with Initials A. W. A. call 1 firth ef the estimated increaseof to the people of Union and Bradford fee for each arrest. He /
j" for same and identify.-E. J. the Public began 666 .. 80e
l Debt for Ute focal counties who come to Tallahassee hU seventh year aa Jailor January USE -
Dahmer.. 110 E. Call St., Stark. year ef 1943. during the session."
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'm4.'a a11'::\; The Jr Drive Is Over, Bull I LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR VICTORY GARDpj I

;" y Although Bradford County rals-| .
ell ltd GCOO Red Cross War Fund "
$ Drive quota by March 31, the Yes.
.t designated/ time, donations continue '" 4 .

to come Into headquarters!! I' DEPENDABLEGARDEN
;1:_ 4 from many who had not had an AME) M'i: Tr>;''ini'.t: *: YOU CAN STILL BUY
: i 4Y opportunity to contribute and
who still wish to do their part f HOSEWilsonToomer
r'r These contributions are welcome, 61!
of course, for the Red Cross can .
., j find good use for all money : A7
(t i raised. N. Sternberg, chairman,I 1 v-c'
'l1 { h atatfd that at Wednesday'
t; ': noon !It 50 Feet
n' the total fund stood at $6,763.00.
Yesterday the Florida and Ritz
i. Theatres 'turned $313.91( Into the )

t fund, representing the,, amount Bradford County CJ .
r raised in these two entertainment American-Red Crol $3.98

.:. :''t houses by "passing the hat" during Starke, Florida | I -I

a K' National Red Crow Theatre THE BEST BY EVERY TEST
Week, April 17. Mrs. Tom Grady, -
owner! of these theatres, stated Ail j tIS1Ait
; j: that patrons contributed generously TUXEDO FEEDSWE Y

.1 i, and If the solicitor missed Dear Mrs. Burns I
d r them in the theatre they would "

v i often come Into the lobby after I have just had the BUY AND SELL WE CARRY
the show, looking for a place to
.'' appeared in the & POULTRY & EGGS
'hr leave their contribution
Telegraph'entitled, MANY OTHER GARDEN NEEDS
'1 ;. A check for $150 came this week Store Hours 8 A. M. Till 7 P. M. -
_ am sure that I hat' e A. M.
? from Orange Lines, Inc. The employer DARBY'S S
Cross members ,

,!i : ::.r, ; many Co. gave more of Southern 1110 smaller, and Bell all contributions Telephone these and 'which will. All revealed of us pa1'on| s. R. JOHNS & SON EASTERN AUTO STORE

.' put Bradford County far over the Headquarters are j .
t top. Through chairman Stem- bers of the Bradfor .
berga c o m p lete organization, pressed by the fin F: When Victory "Gets You The Pauses ...,,
,,,4 .,r more people have been contacted flclals concerned. '/j Gardening Down"That Refreshes i1i..WClll
i and given a chance to. contribute demonstration of t..| ,

V f w6 than ever before. responds to an app. -
The organization and amounts congratulations.
collected are listed below; 'TeotecL GIVE YOUR FEET A TREAT '
Residential District: Mrs D.
-4'. P. Carpenter, chairman; Mrs. A.
1 Z. Adkina' district. $324,83; Mrs. SEEDS Natural Bridge Shoes '
R. J. Davis' $144.82; Mrs. N. ,
Sternberg's $278.15; Mrs. Glen

Duke's Business$163.75.District: C. H. Nas- For Ladies ;

i worthy, chairman; W.> N. Carna- ;,.
slon's district $670; L. W. Koch's
+ $236.15; K. J. ',Dahmer's $45; ';
Vernon Howard's- $640.23; 8. E. \' These
Sparks'- $420; E.! ., L. Matthews' Lawton Rhoden}i Also :9q Two'INSECTICIDES
$:;%1.89; Charles Darby's $174; '
H. N. Fairbanks' $301.28; J. A. Lawton Rhoden, j jof Popular

Martinez' $107; Jos.: E. Wilson, World 'War I, d I : & ;' Styles For Best Results

special gifts chairman, received Pines Veterans' Hosp) I
$485.25. Reno, under the direc- Petersburg Tuesday I
tion of M a I lie Hunter, raised vlved by three \ $5.95
REMEDIES Get PlantsFrom
15121./ Girl Scouts collected Rhoden, J. brot.t'l
_ $68.53; Hoy Scouts $6.88; B. H. S. Mathew Rhoden
$299.53.! slaters also survive I ,
Other towns In the county: He hud 'been in ill ; Many Other Styles 'UsBROWNLEE

Lawtey $274.81; Hampton $207.68; since the War | SISTRUNK'SFeed I For You To Choose FromALEXANDER
'Brooker $260.20; Hellbronn $30.- The body was bra sr.
60; Theresa $62.35: Graham $11.- I De Witt C. Jones fit ,
05; New River $41.90., and a funeral'coach, ..
It; A total of $274.45 was contributed I to North Prong J & Seed Store ..

p+' through, In I s c ellaneoussource Baker County, where; AND COMPANY BROS.
*). Interment will take f
In again''' thanking' his co- p M. Saturday. .'

workers, Chalrm4&8\eiber. ) e*
L pressed especial appreciation? to Urlderhflt Esla Play Safe With Hail Insurance H. C.
Mrs Juntas M. Smith for the'fine WALL AGENCY Phone 146
;;' .p. Job of publicity, without which On March: 26 a dJ
,a,; the drive could not have sue- the transfer of three I e

ceeded. divided interest. In 1, I .. WANTED IT'SAHOTJOB-


.AI Block Those Listings
Listings on apIIU' IH'I\ta. houses or IS mile from star\j'\] Trv
homes for rent,located: within 2O able two-bedroom 'tf.l \ .
< I Insects
i !
119 mile East of Call Starke'Sh'cdW. living ''room.$100 per Kurni m! t On You Can Look Lovely

T. CLUTE. RealtorFOR Four-room unfural :; Even After A Hard Day
without plumbing of! -/ PARIS GREEN
RENT-4-room unfurnished moats Rentals In The Garden
apartment, $10 per month._ per 1.41b. __ 15c
U R. Gainey Brooker, Flu. Itp 11>> East OO1]I 1 lb. _. 60c WITH A VICTORY

w LOST-Ration book. Name of I II When You HAIR CUT AND
f FOR SALE-34-ocr*
9 owner. Mrs. Agnes' Evans. co| !
fence, land ready. PERMANENTfARKE
Mrs. Julia Eaatman Starke ltp t dwelling housef) 1 Oz. 35c 5 Oz. $1 11. T. LUTE PickUpSchlitz

and water; 1 tona|
FOR SALE-1937 Chevrolet pick- 2-story barn on' and '
*up truck In good condition Bated edgeg!'cit KOCH DRUG STORE REALTOR & INSUROR ST'. : BEAUTY
good tires, reasonable price. 8. Brownlee R o a d < 119 E.
B. McGlew,"KinCaI y Lake Village cash,balance tefni' Call Street Old Milwaukee
Route 2, Box 289 Starke Lester Prevatt;; f SHOP
4-9-4tp 26, Starke Fla. i}

WANTED TO BUY-light truck, CUT! YOUR Vlcto Use Your Garden Savings To BUY WAR

t panel or pickup; will pay cash; I ants-Tomato,, ., BONDS AND STAMPS
must be priced right. See Al lard broccolI\; j FLORIDA
Hatch Blanding Center. Itp Jordan Jordan' BANK AT STARKE
Road 48. v .-
FOR SALE-House trailer '41 Member
model Travelo;; more floor apace ANTEDLlatlnp'tOI' I F. -D. I. C. .'
than others: permanent bed, : sole th\-thia.sg
porch awnings, electric brakes; clients who' 'are\t ,. I
real bargain for quick sale.,Will j buying Bradford cI ,
take light truck aa part pay F. C. Holllngs.. l
Fla. .*-. ', .... .
ment.! See Al Hatch at Blan-I I
Center. ....-...>-" \-;.._U-.-g_... "'--4 .
; ding ltp STRAYED-Black mare muleyT: I blllVto'; Increase"salaries of em- Commissioner 'Monday with the 'Be c&.:;Albert.r tMomjw< >r,j :,.-.,,,,.
WANTED TO BUY-House trailers or 8 year old. .wslghing 800 or ployees at State institution who statement: "I wan about to lone P. at Camp BlandlnC',* and,lObe ---11J.i :-m!: !1
!. J. A. Brooks, Box 428, 900 pounds); branded, on left receive monthly salaries of less my Jailor and' didn't know it" Hall Is in the Marines on the .
d it -' 4rwxs.ydp.r. ..
thigh. Any Information will I Pacific < w1r
Starke. If than $90, he said. This bill While his salary was really on coost
be Appreciated. D. O. Kelly, paaaed both houses In 1941, butwar "sliding scale," it stayed pretty H. rt .Tu<".\,11', a veteran of the I
1- YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Route 2, Box 183. lip vetoed by the Governor. On much the same all the time. Ac- present World War, Is a member, r'o

milk cows, stock cows beef FOR SALE-Two saddle horses; I the other hand, he said he would cording to Mr. Rowe, he actually and E. P. Adolph an American where I r sit.
cattle, stock bulls or hogs get continue his fight made in 1941 received ?3O ,month for citizen who was In the Canadian r
also barber shop cases, some' per: guard
In Odom. Jr.,
touch with J. D. forces
new and some used. Larry's I against Increases! in salaries paid duty, 75 cents per meul per day during World War I, will
Box 247 Stark Box 204 Lake
; State official. In the soon join the local
higher salary for each prisoner, $2.50 post.
Place, per
,, City; Telephone 481 Lake City ltp brackets. I .
month for laundry, and a certainfee Joe
'Auction market every Thursday by Marsh.
on all classes of live stockat W -Large pressure cooker Loss of revenue from ruce track for each arrest. However, he Tabernacle Observes
Lake City at 2:30: P. M. and sealer.! Must be In good taxes la of great concern to small made very few arrests, since he 10th
( condition. J. W. Jordan. Jor- counties, particularly, as they was usually on duty at the Courthouse AnniversaryThe

F U. S. APPROVED baby chicks dan's Hotel Court. It have depended for some years in or jail. When commodities Gospel Tabernacle, Mr and After that Western thriller at Is sold only In clean,respect:
t Hampshire' Reds, day old or WILL, FAY CASH for two 50- large measure on thin revenue for advanced 1n price"so that he made Mrs. J. T. Quigley sponsors, will the movies Den R der says: places
started pullets. English strain pound Ice boxes In good condi- operating expenses, he pointed very little profit from board, he celebrate Friday the 10th annl- "You know, the Wes wasn't ail fro
White Leghorns from R. O. P. out. lie said he would fight foe found It difficult to make end I of the like that. While th Everybody benefits
tion. J. W. Jordan Jordan'sHotel vernary founding of this gun-play 1t
.+ cockrels. From hens, 200 eggs Court Road 48. Itp some plan to replace thU I'evenue'l meet. He had promised to work i work on April 1, 1933 in the wall gOln' on res table folks operation like that-eYta bEC
.and up. Place orders now but did not know at for a certain price he said, and Upper Room" (Mission Hall were weeding out ndeslrable who want prohibition rrAi
Reasonable 6-wevks- just what the solution when It to'where, he could ) cease those beer folks are
prices on WANTED TO BUY-electric aewI would be. got : A fine musical elements,..
old pullets. -E. E. Wa dln, 3ml. n g machine, portable Singer "I will be clad to consult with not live on that he was Just go- 'been arranged. There program wUl has be gambling Joints.edeyeraloonsand fag for the..me tblag-4 4ece
s north of Waldo on Road 13. preferred Also electric Iron citizens of the district at anytime ing to quit,rather, than ask for a numbers by an law..bldfDJr COlllmumtr:
orchestra, And
t Instrumental
an Den''
with heat control. Mrs. J. 'C. about proponed legislation" ,wage increase. .'U- trio violins right There's a From where I alt_the r?
FOR SALE Frigldalre. 8 ft. Jones, Route 2, Box 14, Stark i said Senator Malnes. I will also The CommlDsionei-B set his salary and spirit In America th t t'a alWays Jsn't to more Jaws, but
capacity, xood condition. $100! I be working tor' a bets r pass
492tpt glad for them to write me as follows: 92 per day for commu got-
AT '
FIRST enforce the we've
caab. K. O. 318 SouthSt. .. nil)?, Take that' ones ,:
Bryant their views about ecl I
I pending legislation guard duty; >$1 per day for a SIGN Of AC an-up orcloseup" rely America spirit otc/
on s
Itp The goal ., tho Second War while I am In Tallahassee.! cook; 75 cents per day per program or the brew.
I r Loan drive Is 13 blluon doV i And of course I will be glad to prisoner for board; $2.CO per 0'" lag Industry, for t.ance Its erance and, cooperaUon.
WILL PARTY who owns luggage I ,Isrs. That Is Jnsl about .a. 'extend! such courtesies as I can month for foundry expense, anda whole purpose 11 10. e that beer
cask with initials. A. W. A. call fifth of the estimated !Increaseof to the people of Union and Hrad- foe for each arrest He begun 666 r9ce1t" '
for same and Identify.-E. J. the Public Debt for the ft.* ford counties who come to Tallahatsee hU seventh year a* jailor Jan USE -
Dahmer, 110 E. Cal! St., Starke. cal year of 1MJ. during the session." 6.

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