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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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JIome of the


'l-lPH Sweetest Strawberries

This Side of Heaven


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'I .
.' : .., : 'of the'Jroup 01 100 a dry _ther and

''n..r Canlp llU1dln&' lale cold appiarenUy are CClmblnJng -

.. Klngslf'Y' Lake VIlcomph.t@d to form the ''fly In the ointment" -
and I"t'ady" that will largely oft"l"t the
OOnI'IIt. that Bradl rel County farmer" -
y tbl8 wetk. a C rd"tel' -
from :rot. M. Parlrector shoull! dflrlve from t Ii .

for the Fed.t fancy prlCtlS now' bf'tn paid. for

Admlnlstl'atlun. gtIOIl quaJlty IItrawberrlr...

I'II have advllged munted The srl1 on opene4 at Lawteyla.t

IIIL L eV8ryune of thll week with lbe ftrst tnuckbt.ln.

I eVen tho 011f'8 tbat .: 10&<1811 out from t.here onMondl1Y
'
l1d people hAve mat.le April 8. Heavy voluhlul

, .1 he IfIlld.gan tailed to D1atert.a.llze. however -

.. on lbl" 'Project and only an average of two

'12. and, a ordlng to'plan trucks a day have rolled to nuarket -

.. a8 autUne.1 byf from thLs Import nt IIhlpplngpoint.

at'li thu time, 80 ofJWt'le "A &'ood oraln would double

... tn bo 3.00droom th" volumo", ORoII IrrOWer remarked -

of them wou(1)( but otherwh
: wo btldroorM. Wh lie look for any ub.tantl&1 fncr_.

')0<1 tbat 80mo changes Some obsorvel'1l bave estimated

the .nttLl price., he that acnMLlrf' In the county 1a otf

r the lal'ger hOU fll1tor aft much all ClO perc..nt bec4W1e ofthlt

'S9.90 and the labor shortage anel the fJt.Ct

I tor $3,00 per month. that mRny grow(>rll have Bought

.. orlllnw!; pilln, al o, other ..mployment at Camp Blanding. -

yould be rented only .

:t'mployell a t Camp Prlct'll aro tbe hlgh..at to bepu.1d

111 Ie It Is understood in tbll4 county Blnce growel'1lIItarteJ

thpm are now being using thlt 30.plnt crate.Tho .

'e rnlllilLrY per onn..1.j averilI'" hOIl bet'n around $6II.

j orate, with lIome lot II Belling' aahlgb

Jlectedommander: as $1.40 anll othl'rll ... low

11\\ "" ,2almost double the averajle -

'\ ; ot recent yeai'll. However,

clRlm tht.y lire not net...
, gr< w@I.It!
m
Iect..d POIiI.and
.ell WIUI (
,h'I tlng lu h more thlln In nonnaltlme
A. J. Thon\ll.s htCommand..r
bf'Caulle ot the Incr tLllodI
0 f thorI.Wbltl.
'I'I' I cosl.. of all materl"l:! and labor
I 1'014t of the
night.fll Iinvolvud.Shlpnlt'l1tll.
, .glon Tlll'HdllY
\ t.lt' te,1 were: 2nll from t. h e StarkeFI.rmer

,'" '..ll1lel'V.' S, Sibley; :Market bave been light

,".' :r. II. Nollmo.n: aN.'S thult tar, av'raKlng only two orthr..e

j'h, John n. 0 'I' e w..; hundrulI cratell a day. Volumo -

". .' '(oYII G\'een: Finance hM not bel'n IIurflclentlyheavy
I Tbonm ServlceI'A : to atb'act, the u ual num...
dh jJ. ;
Ourlton; Co lor ber' of buyer., ..libel' to Starkeor

I. : r rVl"ldon and 1<. O.lCuttVd Lawtey an
. Committee, L.lal ." havo not put In an appear...
e.
.:1R dwn.rdll, M. O.V anctt )l'l.'t this lIta on.If .

U. Bewell, L. lJ.'B. thlll eellon e uld have &

n J... C'ew.. The gOOll rain and In reall volumft.It. .

. ,lIel"ctud: by the Ex. I. ll.kely .that .roWerswould en..
Jmit1Ot' and will be''' joy thrtI mre wr+koi 'of I'GOd.hlpping

\ ateNewly..lt'Cted' as the North Carolina

I'r be Inillall d June 8. crop IH not t'xpected I n unUI
.
\., .. .nt r"pol.ted a. tolalII'It around May 10. The s_ at

.. paid up membj.rbotton Plant City b&ll just ended with .
wu made and 3,088.329 plnLl IIblppo>d, for which

.. ... carrie'" exttn, <1lng a growerl I' e c e I v e d 'IH2,6106.11. '

.. j h ": "'.' ,kll to Ll'glonnaJre H. Volume w... lI&ht there, 1\180, beIng !
"
'. : for hi" untlrlnl' ef- more thtIn two million pinta
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"' '. j ill ot the 1'lJfJt and Its betow 9"2.Starke .
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I' ." of total offtor
f. /
't : -J Out a
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't 19-2, membor hlp (
',' .. ; Contractor
\ ,
; -. ., .:. .. .... ,\00'.. .. '. ', .. ...._"... .iJ.,'. ;:t>\" .. ::J have' befl1 paid by
., :'\\.o"! .. ,. .. ... Now In NauauIn
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.. \t ".. '4> ., "". "' ... .. .,. t !"" "" .. .. .. ._ ,. s: by unanlmO\lJt .
"\ .; } ; J .<. .' -'.- ? _" \. .- .'. .' '." .. AdjUtant to !..MueII'IIhlp rder to Inaue hla own per.

... . ..",,,.. .. .' card... lo ObeF. Ilona! _fety anI! that of bJa
.-. and to abide by the
'.' .' .' Sloniker. two 01 equipment,
,< '' Nation'. rule. of een orshlp, J.M. .
In the
'. .; .' : GOOD GARDENS 'to 1: \. ;. F.F.rt wbo are and Edward. wu not at liberty
:. .t". ,.. the Country,
\ he went.
..' be "ame aKalnBt the to "talk" befOre away
'
i' \ to accept. a Government -
ten day. aso
e l'Oftl, Obe Jlal1 I.
: '.. eonlract: 1D concrete
,
PREPARED In \ RESULT from arln.. In CaUforn1a.
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f. ;, .:. ..1 Sloniker ill an M. P. work.
COOPERATION' "
lie Is not talking ov'nnllch
.
!
Camp Blanding.'n
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9
wIth the Mrl. Edwardll 11&14 Tue.
tlUt
now,
Inllt.ructed the Ad.Iler -
UNITED STATES GOOD PLANNING. tSay'that Ibe had received let...
.
: . '. '" 2,000 poppl..a for
'
t "T."" that he left
tel" from hJm ltatlnl'
ARTMENT.
DE : ,,' ,, ., ..1/ 'And to arrange for Miami by plane Sunday. March
0" ; .. J" .. '" ;, -" rtlBPm..nt. In the local
.' ." i" ., << -... v:''i'"' the "ll'nlflcance otI 28, arrlvlnl' In NaHal1 Monday.He .
AGRICULTURE ;
:;..;" \ ; said that. when the weather
..k
,
.
8.'Iuly
a. Duncan and W.
I
... : ", '.;:t....;; ;" ; .. : r... :., ell.ctA>d del..< .,. ""'.. .... '.:i' .J. ,' .... ... ''t-I ; .J>' .M''! Convention, made by plAne In aD bour.He .

'r "' .. .. \.: three-months' COD-
hall a
:.. ,1' ; : ', '-II Ot- .,, .. t .. .. ;> :' fW..11 and II. T. Haley 88t
..... ,. ?,./ \it> )I< ..J... .. 1\; dtlelatell.!; uelt'at... tract, has his equipment work.It up.

...'" _--.' .. ... . ..", -, .... .- -.. .. /' '\;:..;.. "Ii I'i .,. ... ."_. "...''."'.'1_ ... ,....._. to. ... ..'..., .- ''!'M''l' ''"'''..............,.,.. "' I:t ted JulIII to Davlll support... De.puIllU1de the. and Is Is the already land of doing"Wallie"lome and bealltlful the

". Duke of WlndllOr, a very -
... ._. .;; r.w..nt he laid, but he Ja
,
., ; .:. < on record as'I' counlry
>,: : ?\ ; :- :
: ,
: .. .-I"" ... .. : : that the Bfltdtord very 10nllllOme. ''There Is nobody
bere he wrote,
: ...."odat Ion bold a but men over ,

.lhe ,tall ot 19-3.. with "no women at all." Ther. .. ...
---- --- -
,.. .,j mphl\.llia on homeprocellKt'd stroDg probability that. Irs. Ed.
_
-. ---- '-yewteroaT--T"'Y"r1t'tur 'aam. I wa may ny over for a Bhort
,"CII .,UIIWfVI'U"f/- moved t h i. week to to their hOWie ex... fOOiI dl.plays.Mrll. there.'H. .
Rev. '" Avenue, age W'&II done visit while he Is over
'round ......., ... ..... '' nl1Mfng-Alf''s''memorlal'toi .. Joffle JohnJI spent Tburs-
&hd> "' .e'n1" first foreign, Sunday Service, Tampa, where Mr. Dickman h. I cept. from water, and all UlelrcttcctJI and .. former. p & I" tiler in the
e City during the lut two or Frank Fowler, the ofP'lorlda The Fourth obHerved as analloday accp.pted a po"ltloo with J. W. were JlavPd. Fire CblefIt. day In JackltOnvllle "hopping Minnie Bradford Eng1neerlnl' Co.. 1.. R.Isbell .
the State w01 be 1011"1I.
"llIh.r
weeks, which the owners missionary from 1JI, April 2 meetlDg at Connor ", SaM, aullag contra.ctors. C. Butord had DOt had time to vlllltlnlr her hAIl been there for about

'ght have by comlnlr to him and and who worked Fowler Homecoming t church. Tbe }"red Dickman, 16-Y &r-old try to detlJ\'mlne! the origin of ),(cCutchf'On.'Velare a year, and there are levera! other

:'Opt'rly Identifying.No gentlna for 30 years, Rev.I'l18tor of the thel Baptl wll1 bit conducted lion, who Is fn the 10th Itrade InBHS the fJre. The only po811lble clue Florida boys there who Mr. Edwardlll -
ervtc
time
WI18 at one chin morning Strickland ofJack14onv1l1e will rf'maln In Starke until was tbat butane ga>J wu u ecl torheating. ''Yorkers Leave knowi. he Mid.
E.
C h u r J.
the First Bapt lt by the Rev. service the close of the session. Mr.Dickman and 1.11'''. Krueg@r W83
evening 1
and the Mrll. 108. E. WU"on now
atarke. hal been with tbe Wolf.McLeod not curtain whether IIhe turn.l,
Points d CUrti. HarrLs ofOreen office 01'the Postal Employe Back
Requir by the Rev. Co.. for the Mr. F'utch : alono In the Courthou e
A basket ColUltruction off th. ga. or not. BOl&rd. About
Sprlng'll. Pilltrict Welfare
The m'-l polDt to ra&dJJll' James B. Cone w1l1 Cove be enjoyed. past three years. could not. be reached for a atalement I weeks aco :Mrs. John Aco.ta, Mr.. J. C. Wernnlck, ot Orlando -
",, dinner Burton C.' Dickman.'who to llUIUrance, though It two with the local
ta IJln..nport'. aover. of3tarke Their on. all BOftrd for wbo .wu
native with the
52, a bad bet'n
"' B. Cone, .. I who
.. Jame MachlnJst's
w. car.I'led lor 16
.1. AviAtion IlUIurance office
thought.
01 Is an was POlllal Telegraph
IHcWon. 111 I'l'asI"n Wednesday, AprU 7, JVorkingAn I about .Ix monlhs, accepted a po l.
died of the _
Cemetery .econd cl&88 on one the buUdlnj(8. whUe her hUJIband w
on months
and "DJoytlH'Dt., Ittr the I Lak.. Dutler, after Mate .. I Uon with the Btate Unemploy-
IiIlf II..r ..I Dit' 11.... .tory JaIIC. &II at his home In several months. He I aU.day working wll1 be' held ''Navy'. big VP-74 bombers, aur. r ment Service 1D JackSOfvUle.I } with thft Camp Tell'graph! Btatlonat
h.1' motb'r, '1 1l1neIM of onThurllday i pr1 ed h l parenta with a phone New fJrugglslV btoenI Camp Blanding, hAIl returned
Alma Gluck; IIBDCIt"'t of the Methodist the New Riwr Cemetery I Mrll. 11& Reale, who ha.
at
was a member and call from Norfolk, Va.. Monday, to u.. office atter an abeence of
.
Isi
ar )frot. DaVf'DpcwC lived In Lake April 22. Come with the Board for 18 month.
a,. U... "1111 01 a-U DaveD- Church and ha.d with you w'bo can II April 5. lie had been at Trinidad Eo Howard. who bu been I leave tor Tampa. Her husband two month. at. her home In Orlando. -
22 to
years.Beslde8 someone
POrt, Butler for the paat bring 1a t September.I drugl'lst at Carpenter's P r u I' i Her husband wu Indueted
t'dltp clerk. Ilrince has
01 Ute mapz1 e."og Leona too.--n. H. Green, Ia employed there, and Ihe
his widow, MI'II. work, I Mr. Davis hu rented the hOWleI Store for the paat yeai' or more, Into t.he Almy at Camp Blanding
Duty llad CIa'" '->Ie at IOns, been tran femd to llIe Tampa
tho. PubUe WIDAD'. Cone, he Ls urvlved by two o Lt.,aD'l Mr8. Ju.Uce Reick.. hu accepted a fIOKltlon with the I will rema1n with th.. March 2, &lid lIu the s.me work ';
Ubrar7 ( N.C. and FeUowshJpAt DI rtct. anel
FrankJJngton, Prayer C".. at Carabell. and he bad In
-radial
nUb Marvin D. Cone, DeeD Druc _Id operator-thAt
bulldfnl') If )'()U are luck". Welfare BoarcS. HrB. Wllaoo
. U 1IOt., uk to have "our nam.e. .. and .1., Fred Coae, ,U.1sters.s. NayY'. MI'II.BWile Methodist Chvreb I Recent BirthBMr. bu been there for Ilx weekS. M.atCaf1'enter' .. yesterday.Revilal. elvUlan 11 Ie.
Va. three Howard ret&1Ded her pottltlon -
laddotQ) :
Norfolk, .
Jut > lhe w&1t1ng. UAt.P1 AndreWl, Morr.taon. 1"1&. : ...t 3:30 o'clock Wedaeaday aft.. and Mr.. .1u1IAn ScoU.Lamey. .. Mr.. Sam Curry. of Lake wat .

t..& rlu'1JII. )'OQ ha,., bf\ea wafttlaC MrS. Havana ,fClh .I a Q 4 Mrs.Clyde ernoon. "'prll 21, A lpecla1 meet.Ing April 9. girl; J4. B. Ier, originally from ServicetJ who.. huaband Is 8tatloned at.

)f to .,.'.... "They W_ Es"DdalJ. Colli on, ,Starke: two brot.b- 01 prAyer and fellowshIp wIDbe II MI'. and Mrs. Ralph stewart Lake Butler, but recently from The Rno. CUrtl Harrill wUlcond Camp Edward", M..... l1aa been r

!:Bond", b 7 W, L. WblU. er.Yl11lam F. Cone, Starke. and held a.t the 1rfethod lt Church Taleff, Starke. "'prU 9, girl; Shamrock. came to Starke "'prU urt..s of revival meet.nl's with the I'oatal TelelTBph since
t
b.ot-k., .\wa1" b7 ..19M 8te.ln... R. Cone. Morr lton. to which the ladles.of. all churdleaue I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brady 7 to f111 the vacancy. Mrs. Ro ter&Del t.he a Beihel Daptlat Church February. MI'1I. E4na. Brock I.

Topot" or "Qt-.. of the "...,... Charles servlcea were held sunday cordiallY Invited. A reclal Bryan. Lawtey. April 10, girl: tbelr BOn and daucbter w111 at Bun rvlces will beht:1J the maDager, bavfng CClm. t.eStarke
tart In. ay.
tb..... by tanJe'7',J01anMoD. AU Funeral afternoon at 4 o'clock In the invitation fs also utendP.d tomot.her. Mr. AJld Mn. .1e- Paul Hurst.Waldo remain In Shamrock until the II each 4venJnlf In the witek. In "'Uplt 1947.
-1 mauy DMM'e' new Church aDd I April U, boy. Ichool there c1011u.
,
tltJ. .. at the library. Lake Interment Butler was)Iethodillt 1JI, Dekle Cemetery. and wlTes of service men. '.f''










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and Chart Give Valuable Assistance in Determining
ap Planting Dates For All Localities






Home of the

'l\PH Sweetest Strawberries

This Side of Heaven




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1 Complete Prices Good

"
3'of the group of 100 Short acreage dry weather and
%'near Camp BlandlngKlngaley late cold apparently are combining
,. Lake Vll4 to form the "fly In the oint
t completed and ready ment" that will largely offset the
''cy Ibis week acc rd- benefit that Bradford County far
Director: for th* Fed- fancy prices now' being paid for
1 Admlnlstratlvn.ni good quality strawberries.
'\ have advised monted The season opened at Lawtey

everyone of the !last week with the first truck
even I the ones that being loaded out from there on
:hod people have made Monday April .8. Heavy volume
>> he said..gan has failed! to materialize, however

on this project and only an average of two
12 and according to trucks a day have rolled to mar I

plan an outlined .by ket from this important shipping;
t atthe. ( time 80 of point. "A good rain would double
'
.'were to bo 3bedroomvf tho volume", one grower remarked
20 of them would but otherwise they do not.
";. wo bedroonui. While look for any substantial increase.
*X>d that some changes Some observer have estimated/

*n the rental prices, he that acreage In the county: U off

.. I tho larger bourns aa much as SO percent because of
I for $39.90 and the the labor shortage and the fact
n, fifor $34.0O per month. that many growers have sought

'it orlRlniU plan alxo, other employment at Camp Dlanding. -
yould be rented only .
.emplo 1I at Camp'
FIGURE 1-Outline! map of the United States showing/ tones based on the> average practical to present the planting information in tone form MS elevation may cause m llilln It l understood Prices aro the highest to be
date> of the last killing frost in the spring. The time of planting for the> various vegettbles very great difference in killing frost dates in the game general locality. Victory i paid in thin. county: since: grower
them .
is determined for each section by toe dates given on this map. Table 1 (below) Gardeners in these regions should be guided by the experience of competent persons f are now being started using! tho 30-plnt crate. '
will help IB determining dates for spec/So garden products within these tones. Owing in their own neighborhood. County extension agents will be glad to cooperate in IK, military perBonncl. The average hns been around $6u i
to the varied character of the Rocky Mountain and Pacific coast regions it is not giving detailed information on this point. orate, with some lots sellingas .

Elected high an IT.40 and others as low ,
TABLE 1-Earliest safe dates for planting vegetable seeds in the open In the zones of the United States illustrated In figure 1 (above). "Commander u* .2\-4I\hnolll: double the aver- '

T axe of recent year However,

Crop z... A z... z... (I Z."D z... z... r, .. .... Q well was elected' Post growers/ claim' they are not netting
.. much more than In normal
vjnul A J. Thomas 1st I ,

paragus....... .... .. .... .. .................. Feb. 1 to Mar. 1.... Mar. 1 to 15........ Mar. 15 to AJ.1r. 15. Apr. 15 to Ma7 1... Ma7 I to 15. ...... May 15 to June 1 Commander <> f the I imes becauue of the Increased .
: }>rd-Wlille 1'OHt of the oifU of all materials and labor

Lima......... .. ........ Mar. 1 to 15. .... ... Mar. 15 to Apr. 1.. Apr: 1 to 15. .. ..... May 1 to 15. .. ..... May 15 to June 1... May 15 to June 15. legion Tuesday night nvolvnd.Shipments.
Snap....... ........... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1.. Mar.ltoI5..... ... Mar.15t030... .... Apr.ltoMayl. ... May 1 to 15. .. .. ... !wfayI5toJunel... Mayl5toJun.15Beet. rfl elected, were: :2nd from the Starke ,
... .. .. ........ .. ...... Feb. 1 to 15. .. ..... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar. 1 to 15... ..... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. Apr. 15 to May 1..1 May 1 to 15. .... .. May 15 to June 1 ..Jiiler.V.. S. SIblcyj'f. ; Farmers Market have been light

Broccoli Headi: gl......... ... .. Jan. 1 to Feb. 1.... 3an. 15 to Feb. 15. Feb. 15 to Mar. 1. Mar. 1 to 15..... ... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. April 15 to May 1. May 1 to 15Sproutlngl. If. Nollman; Kvraa tliu far averaging only two orIhr..e
... .. .... .0... .....do...... ........ ...do....... ....... ....do..... ......... ....do..J'..... ....do......... ..... ...do..... ........ Do John II. drew' ; hundred crates a day. Volume .
Brussels sprouts. .. ....... ....do......... ..... ...dG... ........... ....do.............. ....do.............. ...do....... ....... ....do..... ........ DoCabbage. ''Jloyd Green; Finance has not been sufficiently I .I
... ...... .. ......... ...do......... ..... ...do....... ....... ....do....... ....... ....do. ........ ..... ....do....... ....... ....do... .......... Do !J.J. Thomas; Service heavy to attract the usual num
Cabbage, Chinese.. .... . ...do. ... ...... ... .. .do. ... .. .. .. ... .do... .. .. ....... .do. .. .. .... .. ... .. .do. ... .. ... .do. .. .. .. ...... DoCarrot. ,t'A. Ourlton; Color ber' of buyers, either to Stork
.... ...... .... .. ..... Feb. 1 to 15........ Feb. 15 to Mar. 1. .. Mar. 1 to 15. ....... Mar. 15 to AJ.1r. 1... Apr. 15 to May: 1. .. May 1 to 15. .. .. .. May 1 to June 1 ''A.. WeUion and 1(. O.icuUvo or Lawtey and 'name of the "big
Cauliflower I..... ...... ....... Jan. I to Feb. 1... Jan. 15 to Feb. 15.. Feb. 15 to Mar. 1. Mar. 1 to 15........ Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. Apr. 15 to May 1.. May 1 to l'Celeryl. .
........... .. ... .. .. .. .do. ...... ... .... ...do......... .. .. ....do....... .. ..... ....do... ........... ....do. .... .. .. .. ... .. .do. .. .. .. .... .. DoChard. Committee, L. boys" huvo not put In .an appear ,
........... .... ....... ....do. .... .. .. ..... .do. .. .. .. .. ... ..do....... .... ... .. .do. .. ;...... ..... .do. ... .. ... ... .. .do... .... .... DoChives. lal" Edwards.. M. O. ance yet this season. '
.... ...... .. .. ..... Jan. 1 to Feb. 1.... Feb. 1 to 1'...... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1. Mar. 1 to 15........ Mar. 15 to Apr. 15. Apr. 1 to May 1... May 1 to 15Collards1. .V. JJ. Bewell. L. O.a. If this section: could have a.
...;............ .. .. .do. .... .. . .. .. .do. ... .. .. .. ... .. .do..... ......... ...do. .. ... ... .. ... ..do.... .. .... .. .do. .. ......... Do L. Crew*. The I good rain and Increase volume,
Corn salad. ........ ........ Feb. 1 to 15. .. .. ... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar. 1 to 15. .. ..... Mar. 15 to Apr. 1 Apr. 1 to Ma7 1. ... May 1 to 15... ..... May 15 to June 1Corn. ,scl..ctt>d by the Ex- it In likely.that growers..would ent I II
sweet... ............ .. Feb.. 15 to Mar. 1.. Mar. 1 to 15...... Mar. 15 to Apr. 1... Apr. I to May 1.... Apr. 15 to May 15.. May 1 to J.me: 1. .. May 15 to June 15 tmlrtMr ami 'will be I Joy three moreweeki vof good

Cress Upland.: ............ .. .. Feb. I to 15. .. ..... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1.. Mar. 1 to 15........ Mar. 15 to AJ.1r.l... Apr. 1 to Ma7 1.... MaY' 1 to 15... .... May 15 to June iate'. Newly-elected skipping, as the North Carolina
Water.... ....... .... .. .do. ... ....... ..do.. .... ... ... ....do.............. ....do. ..... ...... ... .. .do.... .... ..... .. .do. .... .... .. .. DoCucumber. be Initialled June 8. crop Is not expected In until
....... ... ... .. Mar.lto15. ....... Mar.15toApr.l... Apr. 1 to 15. ...... Apr. 15 to May 1... Maylt03unel.... Mayl5toJunel5.. Jun. 1 1015Eggplant1. 'Jant reportwd a total around May 10. The season at
.......... .. .. ... Mar.ltoI5. .. ..... Mar. 15 to Apr. 1. .. Apr.ltoI5........ Apr.15toMayl. ... Maylt03unel.... May 15 to June 15.. DoEndive. Wit paid up membertnotlon Plant City bas Just ended with ,
.................... Feb. 1 to 15..... ... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar. 1 to 15..... ... Mar. 15 to AJ.1r. 1. .. r. 1 to May 1. ... May' 1 to 15. .. .... May 15 to Jun. 1Garlic. wax made andcl1rl'lt. 3,088,320 pints shipped for whichgrowers J
... .... .... ........... Jan.ltoFeb.l.... Feb.lto15....... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar.ltoI5........ ar.15toApr.15.pr..ltoMayl.... May 1 to 15Horseradlsh1. .' ... .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .:.. .. .. .. .. .... .. ........ Mar. 15 to Apr. 1. Apr. 1 to 15........ Apr. 15 to May 1. .. May 1 to 15... ..... May 15 to June I ks to Legionnaire II. Volume $642.614.71. 'I
Jerusalem artichoke.... ... Jan. 1 to Feb. 1.. .. Feb..l to 15... .. ... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1. Mar. I to 15... ..... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15. Apr. 15 to May 1. .. May I t'l' June 1Kale. | was light/ there also be- ,
............. ............. .. .do. .... .... ... .. .do. ... ..... ... ..do. .... ........ . .do. .. ... ... .... .. .do. .. ... ..... .do. .... .. ....... DoKohlrabi. <- for his untiring' efUf Ing more than two million/ pint :
Feb.15toMar.l... Mar.ltoI5..... ... Mar.15toApr.l .. Apr.ltoMay !. Ma71to15. .. .... Ma715toJunei of the I ont and its below 1042.Starke .
......... ...... .... Feb. 1 to 15. .. .
Leek...... Jan. 1 to Feb. 1. ... Feb.ltoI5. ... .. Feb.15toMar.l... Mar.lto15. .. .. ... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. r.ltoMaYI... May 1 to 15Lettuce. % Out of a total of
..... ..... .
...... ....-...... .. .. Feb. 1 to 15. .... ... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar. 1 to 15........ Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.... Apr.Maylt03unel.1 to May 1....... Jay 11 11to 11.................. Junelto15Mustard. May 15 to June 1Muskmelon. [,for 1042, membership Contractor I
.. Mar.ltoI5. .. .. ... Mar. 15 to Apr. 1... Apr.lto15. ....... Apr.15toMay1. .13{ have been by
.... ..;. .. paid
: Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar. 1 to 15. ....... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15. 1 to Ma7 1..;. ay 15to 15. .. .. ... May 15 to Jun. 1Okra.
1 15. ... t// Now
.. ...... ... ....... Feb. to 1 In Nassau
June 1.
1.. 1 to 15........
Mar. 1 to 15... .... !wlar. 15 to 30... .... Apr. 15 to Ma7 ay
....... ...... ...... .... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... j by unanimous vote,

Onion: Feb. 1 to 15........ Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar. 1 to 15.... ... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. tfar. I to May 1.... May 1 to 15 fae Adjutant to -Issu* In order to Insure bin own per
Plants...... ... Jan. 1toFeb. 1. ...
.. .
Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar.lto 1-..... ... M ar. I-t 0 A J.1r. 1... A pr. It 0 M ay.... ltol-. ....... M l-toJ un. 1 inthlp card* to Obe sonal safety and that of hi*
Seed.Sets:.::.........!......... Feb Jan' 1 Ito15 to Fei'i") : Feb. 1 to 15. .. .. ... Feb. 11 to Mar. 1.... Mar. 1 to 15. .. ..... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. Apr. 1 to May 1.... May 1 to 15Parsle.y. '6ert Bloniker. two of equipment and to abide by the
....:::::::::: :::::. Feb: 1 to 15.:..: :.: Feb. 15 to Mar. 1. .. Mar. 1 to 15. .. .... Mar. 15 to AE r.l .. Apr. 1 to May 1.... May 1 to ,.. ...... Mat) 15 to lune1Parsmp. ;f 11 who are in the Nation's rules of censorship, J.
.... .do. .... ... .. ... .. .do. .. . .... ... 0Peas.
.do. .... .
. .do..... .... ..... .
.do...... .... .. M. Edward.
i
.. was not at
................ .. .do. .. .. .. 1. Mar. 1 to 15. .. ..... Mar. l' to Apr. 15. Apr. 15 to May 1. .. .....ay to Jun. 1 .I of the Country and liberty
............ .... .. .... Jan. 1 to Feb. 1. ... Feb. 1 to 15... .. ... Feb. 15 to Mar.... .... Apr.15toMayl... May 1 to June 1. ... June 1 to 15. ....... bo name against the to "talk" before he went' away
Peppers1... ...... .. ........ Mar.ltoI5. .. ..... Mar. 15 to Apr. 1. .. Apr.ltot5.. .... ten days to Government
ago
Potato. Feb 1 to 15... .. .. Feb.15toMar.l... Mar.lto15. .. .. ... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. Apr. 15 to May 1... &ayltoJun.lPufnpkin. ,be Pont. Obe Hall 1* accept a
......::::::::::::::::' Jan Mar.ItoFeb 1 to 15. :.1.:::: Mar. 15 to Apr!. 1. Apr. 1 to 15. ... ... Apr. 15 to May 1... Ma7 1 to 3une 1. ... June 1 to 15. ....... ferine, In CaUfomla contract in concrete ,
Radish.; .. Feb ItoI5........ Feb.15toMar.l... Mar.lto15..... ... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. Apr. 15 to May 1... Ma71to15Rhu .,' Slonlker la an M P.

arbl:::::::::::::::.::t.. .Jan.ltoFeb e. ...........:.1.:::: ...:. .... .. ........ .Mar.ltoI5.......... .......... ...... .Mar... .do.15..to..Apr... ...15...... Apr.Apr.15toMa7 1 to May 1.!.. .... Apr.May 115 to !..:....15...... MMay 11 5toJuneShallots. to June 11 '1 j;Camp Blandlng.n work.He Is not talking overmuch
1... -Mu..
Mar now Edwards
Salsify.. Feb 15 to Ad- said TuesJsythat -
Instructed the
.::...... .... ... ... Jan.ltoFeb.Feb Ito15 .. Feb.ltoI5. .:.... Feb.15toMar.l... Mar. 1 to 15.......,. Mar. 15 to Apr. 15. Apr. 1 to May 1.... Maylto15Spnach.
.. she had
... .:::::::::::::::: Feb'. 1 to 15.:..:::: Feb: 15 to Mar. I... Mar. 1 to 15........ Mar. 1 to Apr. 1.... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. r. 15 to May 1. .. May 1 to 15 ,lor and 2.0OO to arrange popplea for for ter from him stating received:that he a left let

::ach, New Zeala d...... Mar. 1 to 15........ Mar. 15 to Apr. 1... Apr. 1 to 15. .. ..... al.I5lli ..i::: My: 15J=el ::: J \\5 01 :: 3une 1 to 15 i rtlsement in the local Miami by plane Sunday March:

;,;:! ash. .... ...... .... .. .... ....do.. ... ......... ... .do. .. .................. ...... .do..do........................... ...d 0....... .Y...... ....Yd 0..... ..... .... ... ............. .. j I ITomato1 I ; the significance ofI 28, arriving In Nasau Monday.
do.. . .do.
weetpotatol....... .... .. ..do.............. ... .
15
.. do ... .. ... .do. .... ......... ... .do..... ..... .. .. ..... .. .. ... .un. 1030 I He said that when the weather
.d I Q. Duncan and W. H.
....... ..... ......... ....do.............. 01..1. ........ .F"b'li.'to"M 1... Mar. Ito15........ Mar. 15toApr. 15. Apr. 15toMayl. .. Maylto15p I ITunups
Turn greens....... ...... Jan. 1 to Feb. 1.... Feb. ..... ..... a. ..do. .... ......... D 0 Iluly elected delegate was favorable the trip could: be
and do. ... ... .do..... ......... ...do. .... .. ... ... .do..... .. .. ..... -. Convention made by plane In an hour.
Watermelon.rutabaaas.........::::: 'M r.do i .i;:::::::: 'ii. r. iftc; pr. 1.. Apr. 1 to 15........ Apr. 15 to May 1... May 1 to 3une 1.... June 1 to 15........ ijwell;jrtrnent and II. T. Haley, He has a three-months' contract

aP1an ; .,' delegates. Delegate has his equipment set up
.yt Sled to support the and Is already doing some work.It .
JBHS Da via ax De- I 18 the land of "Wallle" and the

mmonder ; Duke of WlndHor, a very beautiful
went on record as country he said but ha Is

\. ig that the Bradford very lone ome. "There Is nobody
i Association hold a but men over here.." he wrote.-
wthe fall of 1043, with "no women at all." There la Ii
,. --- ..-- ... .. .... ..... ..... .. ...
"vhurcn'tt -.tu. .0. .n a .rr'v. "ago"yesterday.. Very little -damage nfmcldaj; "emphasis on home-pro- trong probability that Mrs. Edward.
1 found here "a.hrm rw-tl'ftf 1rdtrig-AJi..a. 'tIm 011 1t IJt !t : omecomintr Avenue moved t h la week to was done to their hoiute except ceHiwxl fooil dlvplaya.Mm .* may fly over for a short

l'e Ulree City during the last two or Frank Fowler, the first foreign r The Fourth Sunday Service, Tampa where Mr. Dlckman has from water, and all their Kffle: John spent Thurs visit while he la over there.
:nigbt Weekawnlch 'the ownen.. mhmionary from the State of April 25, wOl be observed as an accepted a position with J. W. effect were saved. Fire Chief day in Jacksonville shopping and 'His former partner in the
I have bv comlnir to him and Florida, and who worked In Argentina all-day Homecoming meeting at Connor & Sons. ,fcaullng contrac R, C. Buford had not had time to vUftlng her slater, Mm. Minnie Bradford Engineering Co., I* R.laboll. .
Properly Identifying. for 3O year*. Rev. Fowler ][ the Bethel Baptist church. The tors. Fred Dlckman. ItS'Y &r-old try to determine the origin ol McCutchcon. has been there for about
was at one Limo Pastor of morning service will be conducted son. who la in the 10th grade In the fire. The only possible clue i a year, and there are several other
tbe First Baptist Church In by the Rev. J. E. Strickland of BHS will remain In Starke until was that butane gas was used for 'Welfare 'Workers Leave; Florida boys there who Mr. Edwards
No Points Required Starke. Jack onvllle and the evening er- the close of the seBsion. Mr heating, and Mrs. Krueger was I knows he said.
vice by the Rev. Curtis Harrui of Dlckman has been with the Wolf- not curtain whether IIhe turnei Mrs. J 011. E. Wilson Is now

The ivnj. point to ftJ8dJl James /?. Cone Green Cove Springs. A basket McLeod Construction Co., for the off the gaa or not. Mr. Futch alono In the Courthouse office of Postal Employe Hack
".......... IJii\port.s novel dinner will be enjoyed.. past three years. could not be reached for a statement the District Welfare Board. About
"'"' 1..) of Decision," l" relax- James B. Cone, 52. a native of Their son Burton C.' Dlckman as to insurance, though It two weeks aco Mrs. John Acosta Mrs. J, C. Wernnlck. of Orlando

:\II.", and .'n>>yin >nt, for the 3tarke, died Wednesday April 7, Cemetery Working I who Is an Aviation Machinist's wan thought Insurance was car who had been with the Board for who .was with the local
"'Ilbur ..lop her Bop just ? at hl. home In Lak. Butler, after I Mate second clam on one of the ried on the building* about six months accepted a position PoHtal Telegraph office for IS
II.T IU4>ih.-r. Alma Cluck !on Illness of several months. lie An all-day working will be held Navy's big VP-74 bombers surprised with the State Unemployment month while her husband was
B"-t aria. Mrn. sang was a member of the Methodist at the New, River Cemetery on his parents with a phone New Service in Jacksonville.Mrs. with the Camp Telegraph Station
V ... wife of RiuwU Davenport Daven- Church and bAd lived in Lake Thursday April 22. Come and call from Norfolk Va.. Monday. Druggist Ila Reole, who has'been at Camp Blandlng. ban returned
JInI"l. editor of Life Butler for the past 22 years. bring someone with you who can April S. He had been at Trinidad V. B. Howard who ha been with the Board for 18 months Is to the office after an absence of
YOQ nwy find IUU. magazine book at Beside his widow Mr*!. Leona work too.--R. H. Oreen, clerk. since last September.Mr. druggist at Carpenter's DrugStore i to leave for Tampa. Her husband two months at her home In Or
"* Davis has rented the house 'U there she bas lando. Her husband was inducted
public Library Woman'. Cone he \Lt survived by two .on*. for the past year or more, employed and
(1ub bulldlnc' > If ( Marvin D. Cone Frankllngton. N. Prayer and Fellowship to L>t.. and Mr Justice Relck. ha accepted a ponltlon with the been transferred to the Tampa Into the Army at Camp Blandlng
If 1IOt, -k to have yoa &l'81uck7. C. and J. Fred Cone. U. S. N&Y). Church I DeeD Drug Co.. at Carabelle and District and will remain with the March ,2. and has the same work
atld.. )"OU" D&III At Methodist Welfare Board. Mr*. WlUon said radio operator--that he had In
.
to, the waiting ..*&. Norfolk Va.; three .-Istel'lI..J.Irs. Recent Births ha* been there for six weeks. Mr*. .
Morrislon. Fla. aft. Howard retained her atCarpenter' yesterday. civilian life.Mr
hrluipli Susie Andrews,. At 3:30: o'clock Wednesday position
JOU ba,'" IK>ea wantloll' Mrl. Mr and Mr*. Julian Scott. -
to ... 'Havana John *a 4 April :21. a special meet *.
Mr*
ernoon.
"' "They Were Es1I'lab" Colson Starke: two.broth- of and fellowship will Lawtey, April 9. girl; M. B. Rosier, originally from Revival Service *. Sam Curry of Lake Wales.
b Clyde ing prayer
Y W. L. WhltfI" Mr. Mrs. Ralph Stewart whose husband It stationed at
and and
8"n Starke. Lake Butler but from
,,,,, F. Cone the Methodist Church recently
William held at
bo.c-k. Away" by .John; SteJn- era. B. Cone, MorrUton. be which the ladies of all churchca Yate Starke. AprU 9. girl; Shamrock, came to Starke AprU The Rev. Curtis Harris will Camp Edwards. Mas*., ha been
Topto" o. of the FUtJohnson. Charles held Sun to Mr. and Mr. Raymond Brady 7 to fill the vacancy. Mrs.! Rosier conduct s serle of revival meet- with the Postal Telegraph sine
lb..... by Stanley. All Funeral services were o'clock In the are cordially Invited. A ireclal Bryan. Lawtey. April 10, girl; and their son and daughter wiU !'ngs at the Bethel Baptist/ Church February, Mr*, Edna Brock t*
tIU.... &11<1 DlADy more DeW day afternoon at 4 Church and Invitation Is also extended to Mr. and :Mrs. Jeiao Paul Hunt remain in Shamrock until the tartlnic Sunday. Service will beheld the manager having com t&

at 1bt" 1ibrarJ'. Lake interment Butler was Methodl In Dekl Cemetery. ] mother and wires of servlc men. Waldo. AprU 13, boy. school there clone each evening In the week. Stark In August 1942.:








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lap and Chart Give Valuable Assistance Determining Planting Dates For All Localities



,
?

iJ I Home of the


'l-\PH Sweetest StrawberriesThis

Side of Heaven
UNE :tr.



ONE M YIsa
NUMBtdfc TWKNTVKIVWouses
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4. A.p


iAPUC "j' Berry Volume



gsley Still Slim;

I'

;: Complete'of Prices GoodShort



the' croup of 100 acreage dry weather and
zo EE
.
APB..I j i; near Camp Illandlng late cold apparently are combinIng -

;. Klngsley Lake VII- to form the "fly In the oint r
,
.t y i completed and ready ment" that will largely offset' the

'ty' thin week acC rd. benefit that Bradford County farmers

iter from M. M. Par. ahould derive from the

's, Director for the FcdJ fancy prlcns now 'being paid, for

J; Administration. good quality utrawberrles.

l 'lens have advised mo I The Reason opened at Lawteylast

ZONEDQ I ?nt4d everyone of the week with the firm truck

MAA,15Z even tho ones that being loaded out from there on

''hod people have made Monday. April 8. Heavy volume
N6 '.
he aid. has failed to materialize how

'.glen 'fin thin project ever and only an average of two

44' ZO E 9 MAR.t 12 and according to trucks a day have rolled to market
I y' plan as outlined 'by from this Important: shipping

f' at.thll time. 80 of.twere point. "A good rain. would double

FEB.Iff to be 3-bedroom the volume", one grower remarked I

o ZONd ""i, 20 of them would but otherwise they do not
.
r' ,', wo bedroom While look for any substantial Increaao.

loo- Fe Ie ; god that some changes Some observer have estimated

:, Vl tho rental prices, ho I that acreage In the county Is off

., 1 the larger housniI a. much, as 50 percent because of

for $39.09 and the the labor shortage and the fact

........ f for $34.00 per month. that many growers have Bought
original plan also, other employment at Camp BlanHng. -

Vould be rented only ,< .
-- )employee a t Camp
Prlcea are the highest to be
FIGURE 1-Out /D. map ot the United States showing tones based on tAe average practical to present the planting information in tone form aa elevation may cause m h lie It la understood paid In thin since
data of the last killing frost ia the spring. Th time ot planting! for the various vege very great difference in killing frost dates in the game general locality. Victory h' them are now being county growersstarted
tables is determined for etch section by the dates given on this map. Table I (below, ) Gardeners in these regions should be guided by the experience ot competent persona military personnel, using the 30-plnt crate.
will help ia determining dates lor specific garden products within these SOli... Owing in their own neighborhood. County extension agent will be glad to cooperate in Jo The average nan been around $6

to the varied character ot the Rocky Mountain and Pacific coast regions, it is not giving detailed information on this point. a orate, with come lots soiling aa
J lected high a, $7.40 and others aa low

TABLE 1-Earliest safe dates for planting vegetable seeds in the open in the zones of the United States illustrated in figure 1 (above). Commander I5.2.Valmost of: recent yearn.double However the average -


Cr.. Z... A Z... B Z.a. 0 Z...'D Z... Z... r. ,Z.. Qaragus. "well wars elected Pout growers much claim they are not net.
rand A. J, Thomas letCommander ting more than In normal
times because of the Increased

? ..... ........ .. .. .. ... ... .......... Feb,1 to Mar 1.... Mar.. Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. Apr. 15 to May 1... May 1 to 15... ..?. May 15 to June 1sane '!)r.
.: .. .. .... .. Mar.1 toI5. .... ... Mar; 15 to Apr I.. Apr: 1 to 15........ May 1 to 15... ..... May 15 to June 1... May 15to June 15.. legion TueMdny night. Involved.
Snap....... ............ Feb 15 to Mar 1.. Mar. 1 to 15..... ... Mar. 15 to 30... .... Apr. 1 to May 1. ... May 1 to 15. ....... May 15 to June 1... May 15 to June 15 ''II elected were: 2mlm .\ Shipment from the Starke ;
eet................ ...... Feb. 1 to 15. ....... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar. l to 13.... ... Idar. 15 to Apr.15.. Apr 15 to May 1.. May 1 to 15... ..... May 15 to June 1 ";'
roccoli: Feb. 15 to Mar. 1.. Mar. Ito 1'........ Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. April U to May I.. May I to 15 'r.' H. Noll man; Soroa thin tl&r. averaging only two or '
Headi ...... Jan. 1 to Feb. I.... Jan. 15 to Feb. 1'. throe hundred crates Volume .
''' ''' ...do. ............. ...do..u.n ....do.............. ... .do........,..... ....do.........,.. ....do... ........... 1)0 John 11. G r e w ;; a day.

russels Sproutings..r.t.;.. .... ....do. ............ ...do.. ........n. ....dos s............ ... .do.............. ... .do....... ...... ....d0..nu...... Do 1 ijluyd Qrnen; Finance has not been sufficiently
sprouts. n .... ... .do.............. ... .do............. ....do. .. ........... Do iJ. Thomas; Service heavy to attract the usual num.ber'
.. .. ........... .... ....do. ............. ...do.............. ....do....... ..
abbage. Chinese. .. .. .. .. .. .. .do. ..... ..... .. .. .do .. .. ..... ... .do. .... .. ....... .. .do.. ............ .. .do. .... .... .... .. ..do. .. .. ........ Do ij'A, Oarlton; Color'A. of buyers either to Starkeor
arrot.abbage.,... .... .... .. ........ Feb. 1 to 15. ...... Feb.15toMar.l. .. Mar.1 to 1' ....... Mar. 15 to Apr. 1... Apr. 15 to May 1... May 1 to 15. .. .. ... May 1 to June 1auffowers. .. Weldon and K, Q.Kutlve Lawtey anti 'Home of, the "bigboya"
1
15 15.. 15 to May 1.. May to 15eleryl.
Mar.
15.,...... to Apr. Apr.
Mar. 1
Jan 1 to Feb. 1. .. Jan. 15 to Feb. 15.. Feb. 15 to Mar 1.. to : Commit, L. have not put In an appearance
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.do.. ...
.do... ........... ....do. ............. .. '
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... .. .... .. .ao. .. .... tat Edwards. M. O. yet season
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and ....... 15Feb. l' to Mar. 1.. Mar. l to 15........ Mar. 15 to Apr. 15. Apr. 1 to May 1.... May 1 to 10ollardst. V. U. Sewell, L. I D. It this. section could have a

hives. ........................................ .Jan... .do.1 to. ..Feb.. ..1... .... .. .Feb... .do.1..to.. ..... ... ....do. .... ......... .. .do.. ..... .... ... .. .do..... .... ..... ..do. .. ......... Do 15 'a. J... Crew The good rain and Increase volume.
Mar 1 to 15... .... Mar.15toApr.l .. Apr. l to May 1. ... May1to15........ May to June 1 ,ducted: by the Ex. It la likely.that I.rowe..wouJd' enJoy -. i
15 1.
Mar. ..
Feb. to
.. .. .. .
Feb-I to 15.
Corn salad. ...... .......... i
1 to I.... Apr. 15 to May 15.. May 1 to June 1.... May 15 to June 15 '
15 1... Apr. May and will be
Mar. to Apr. imlrtm? three
Corn sweet.. .... .... .... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1. Mar 1 to 15...... more wretu 'of good i

Cress: Mar. I to 15... .. ... Mar. 15 to Apr. 1... Apr. 1 to May 1.... May 1 to 1'... ..... May l' to June 1 ale. Newly-elected shipping, as the North Carolina
Upland.. .............. Feb. 1 to 15........ Feb. l5 to Mar. I... ... ...do. ...... ...... .. .do......... ..... .do. .... ... .. ... Do .be Installed June 8. crop I IM not expected I In until
....do. .. ........
.... ..... .. .. .do, .. ...... ..... ant!
.. .do. totaljnt
Water... .;.... .. ..... ....... Apr. 15 to May 1... May 1 to June 1.... May 15 to June 15.. June 1 to 15Egqplants. reported a around May 10. The season at
Cucumber.. .... .. .. .;ti ... Mar. 1 to 15. .... ... Mar.15toApr.l... Apr.1toI5.1 15Apr.I5toMayl. .. May l toJune l.... May lS to tune l5.. Do paid up member- Plant City ban Just ended with .
to
.... ...s.... ..... Mar 1 to 15.. ... .. Mar 15 to Apr. 1... 1 1. ... Mayltol5Mayl5toJunel
Mar. 1 to 15.,...... Mar. 15 to Apr. 1... Apr. to May (notion wait made and 3.088.320 pinta shipped for whichgrowers
Endive.................. .. Feb..ltolS. .... .. Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1. .. Mar 1 to 15. ....... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. ADr.,1 to May 1.... May 1 to 15 J carried extending a ;i
Garlic..... .. ...... .00. .. .. .. Jan. 1 to Feb. 1.... Feb. 1 to 15........ Apr. 1 to 15........ Apr. 15 to May 1. .. May 1 to 15. ,. .. ... May 15 to June I received I $842,814.71.Volume *
Horseradish.." ... .... .. .. .. .:... ... . .. ..... .. ...... Mar. 15 15 to Mar.Apr. 1.1... Mar. 1 to 15........ Mar. 15 to Apr 15.. Apr. 15 to May 1... May 1 tq June 1 IKS to Legionnaire H. wan light there, also being 1
to
Jerusalem artichoke........ Jan. 1 to Feb 1.... Feb. 1 to 15........ Feb. .. .do..... .. .... ... Do for his untiring efUf more than two million pint
...do. .......... ... ..do. .. ...... ..... ....do. ... ....... ..
Kale.. .......... .. .. ....... .do... .. .. ... .. .Feb.do, .. .. ......... Mar. l to 15... .. ... Mar. 15to Apr. 1'... Apr. l to May 1. ... May 1 to 15. .. .. .? May15toJ'untl r of the rout( and Its below A9.a2.Starke .
.. ..... .. ..... .. Feb. 1 to 15... .. ... 15 to Mar. 1... lS to Mar.l... Mar. 1 to 15.... ... Mar.15toApr.15.. Apr. l to May 1. ... May Ito IS l" Out of a total of
Leek................. .. ... Jan. l to Feb.1. ... Feb. l to 15. .. .. ... .Feb. 1 to 15... .. ... Mar. 15 to Apr,15? Apr. 1 to May 1.... May 1 to 15........ May 15 to June 1 (itor 1942, membership I
Lettuce-- ... .... .. Feb. 1 to 15... .. .. Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Apr.lto15..... ... Apr. lS to May 1. .. May 1 to June 1.... June Ito 15........ Junelto15Mustard. .. have' been paid by Contractor
Muskmelon....... ... ...... Mar.1toI5.. ... .. 15 to Apr.1... Mar. 1 to 15..... ... Mar.15to\pr.15. 1 to May 1.... May 1 to 15..... .. May 1S to June 1 f Now In Nassau a
........... ...... ... Feb.ltoI5. ... ... Feb. 15to Mar.1... Mar. 15 to 30....... Apr. 15 to May 1 .. May 1 to 15........ May 15 to June 1..
Okra...... ................ Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar 1 to 15... .. .. J 4 J by unanimous vote i
Onion' Mar,15 to Apr.15.. Apr. 1 to May I.... May 1 to 15 {to Adjutant to -Uaue In order to Insure bbl own perZeonal
Feb. 15 to Mar. I... Mar. l to 13.......
.. Feb.ltoI5. .. ..... 1.... May 1to 15........ aYl5toJunel irshlp cards to Obe safety and that of his l
1
Seed.J. Mar. l to 15..... ... 15 to Apr.; l... Apr to May
.. Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... 15 to 15.. Apr 1 to May 1... May 1 to 15 two of equipment and to abide by the
Feb. 11 to Mar. 1.,. Mar 1 to15. ....... Mar. Apr. bert Slonlker.
Sets............... .... Jan. 1 to Feb. 1. .. Feb. 1 to 15. .. .. ... Mar. 1 to 15.... ... Mar. l' to Abr.1 .. Apr. 1 to May 1. ... MaY'd 1 to 15....... May l' to June I }\n who are in theJ Nation's rule of censorship J.

Parsl y..i.... .. Feb. 1 to 15... .. ... Feb. 15 to Mar. 1.., .. .do..... ...... ... .. ..do. .. .. .......;.. .do. .. .. .... .. ... 0.. ... .. .... ... MDo of the Country and M. Edwards. was not at liberty
Parsnip...... .. .......... . .do. .. ., .. .. .. ... .do..... .. ....... Feb.15toMar.l... Mar. 1 to 1S....... Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. Apr. 15 to May 1. .. to June 1 to "talk" before "e went
Peas................ ...... Jan. l to Feb.1... Feb. l to 15........ 1 to 15..... ... Apr. 15 to May 1... May 1 to June 1.... June 1 to 15. .... ... be name against thee away
Peppers...... ....,....... Mar. 1 to 15. .. .. .. Mar. 15 to Apr 1. .. Apr Feb. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar 1 to 15. ....... Mar. 15 to Apr.13.. Apr. 15 to May 1... May 1 to June I > Post. Obe Hall !. ten days ago to accept a Government i
Potato ...... ...... ......... Jan 1 to Feb. 1. ... Feb 1 to 15. ........ Apr. 1 to 15... ..... Apr 15 to May 1.:. May 1 to June 1. :. June 1 to 15. .. .... :'.rhea In California contract In concrete ,
Pumpkin.... Ito15 Mar 15toAprl.l. Mar. 15 to 15.. Apr 15 to May 1. .. May 1'to 15 Sloniker U M. P. I
.. Apr. an
Mar 1 to 15. ... ..
Radish ......::::.::::::::.. 'Jan.'ltoFebi:::: Feb.1 to 15. .. ..... Feb. .15..to...Mar,1..... .. .... Mar. 15 to Apr 15. Apr. 1 to May 1.... ,Apr. 15 to May 1'. May 1 to June 1Salsify. I Camp Blandlng. work.He In not talking overmuch t
....
Rhubarbs......... .......... ... ... .. ... ... ...... .. .. .... .. ......... Mar. 1 to 15... ..... .. .do. .... .. ....... Apr. 15 to May 1.,. May 1 to 15........ May 15 to June 1Shallots. n Instructed: tbe Adler now bjut Mrs. Edwards said Tue-
...... ..... .. .. .;. Feb 1 to 15 ". Feb' 15 to Mar 1.. 15 to Mar. 1... Mar 1 to 15.... Mar 15 to Apr. 15.. Apr. 1 to May 1.... May 1 to 15 for day.that she had received a let
: Jan'l Feh"r' Feb 1 to 15 ... .. Feb "or. 15 1. May 1 to 15Spmach. 2,000 poppies
.... to 15.. Apr. to May .
to
Mar,15 Apr. ?
::: :::: : :::: Feb: 15toMar. 1'.. Mar 1 to 15... ..... Mar. 1 to Apr. I.... une15. and to arrange for ter from him stating that he left
Spinach : ::: :: .
.. ... .. Feb. 1 to 15. .. I to 15... .... May 1 to 15. ....... May 15 to June 1... MaY\5toi\
New Zealand ..... Mar. 15 to Apr 1... Apr. .. .. J uneSWeetpotatot. lto15ash. rtlaement In the local Miami by plane Sunday. March
.... Mar.ltoI5... Apr. 15 to May 1... May 1 to June 1... .oo
N .... .. ...... .. .... .. ....do..... ......... ... .do... ........... ...do......n.................. ... ,do... .. .. ....... ... ........ ..... ....do.: ...... .... ... t the significance of 28. arriving In Nasaa Monday.
....... .. ...u. ....d O.uu.....n.. .. do... ........... ...do.do ... .. .do... .. .. ....... .. .ddo... ...... ..... ... .... .. n.. ... June 15 to 30 O. Duncan and W. S. lie said that when the weatherwas
Tomatol............... .... do.. ... .. .. ..... ;;do.uuu.. ...... ..F"b'l"'M' 1.n... Mar 1"015........ Mar. 15 to Apr. 15.. Apr. 15o. to May 1'". May 1 to 15 luly elected delegate favorable the trip could be

Trip TurnIPS! greens rutabagas...... Jan.1 to Feb. 1.... F'eb.do'1 to.1................ ....do..... ..a........ oo ..do. .... .. ....... ...do.... ..... ...,.. .June...d 1. .to..15.................. D 0 :ji-troent Convention made by plane In an hour.
and .. 1 to June 1...
.do1 ifi' 1.. Aprl to 15........ Apr. 15 to May 1... May and H. T. Haley He has a three-month con
Watermelon..........::::: 'ii to.i5:::::::: .iti'r. Apr. ,jwell has his
delegates| Delegate tract equipment set up
IPlanta r. \ .,' .: I ''ted to support the and Is already doing some work. i

1 ',weh I t Jew Davis. an ()emmandt'r. It ls the land of "Wallle" and the
'.r,," ; 'S'
Duke of Windsor a beautiful
very
.
...,' ,. .v I ',
r .. r-. 'rbt"n "r ,. ,., '', went on record aa country he said but he Is
.' .: 'ig that the Bradfordi very lonesome "There Is nobodybut

.. i AsHoclatlon hold a men over here! ,"_he wrote

.', ., '. 'the fall of 1943, with "no women at all;' There la a
-- -' ci la al er nphaflla on home-pro- strong probability that Mrs. Edwards
"" fIt.-.rt"""'" 'nuu--on" aemynr 'yest'rday.. Very little damage Hp icexiMMl
found her"ahVtherr: ver' 'ff 6ncft r "a'.''memorial'tbv'RIV:: vnurc/rnomecomtnff Avenue moved this l week to waa done to their house ex foot:I displays { may fly over for a short
Ibe City foreign l r where Mr. Dlckman hu Mrs.. Jorfday le John spent ThUrakrionvllle visit while he la over there.
during the last two or Frank Fowler the first The Fourth Sunday Service Tampa cept from water, and all their
three weeks State of a position with J. W. In Jac. shopping and 'His former, partner in the ;
which the owners missionary from the April 25 will be observed as an accepted f effects were saved. Fire' Chief
Inght: have by coming to him and Florida, and who worked In Argentina all-day Homecoming meeting at Connor & Sons hauling contrac R. C. Buford had not had tune to visiting he r sister, Mm. Minniei. Bradford Engineering Co., I*. R.
rop.'rly Rev. Fow- The tors. Fred Dlckman 16-y !ar-old McCutcheoiWelfare label!, has been there' for abouta
Identifying. for 30 years. I the Bethel Baptist church. try to determine the origin of i
of who ia in the 10th grade In year, and there are several other
Pastor conductedby
lor was at one time morning service will be eon the fire. The only possible clue
the First Baptist Church In the Rev. J. E. Strickland of BHS will remain in Starke until was that butane gas wan used for J Workers Leave Florida boys there who Mr. Edwards I

No Starke. Jacksonville and the evening ser the close of the seturton. Mr i heating and Mm.\ Krueger wan knows he sold.
Points Required vice by the Rev. Curtis Harris of Dlckman has been with the WolfHcLeod -, not certain whether she turned Mrs. Jo.,' E. Wilson la nowe

The regj B. Cone Green Cove Spring A basket : Construction Co., for the off the gas or not. Mr. Flitch alone In Ui Courthouse office of Postal Employe Back
point to noadIJIC James
Bourd. About
'flll'rt.. dinner will be enjoyed., past three years.Their could not be reached for a statement the District Welfare i
Davenport's novel native of : Burton C. Dlckman two weeks ago Mr, John Acosta Mrs. J. C. Wernnlck of Orlando ,
"Valley. James B. Cone 52. a son as to insurance, though It
of ikclalon" la rdau11 I b with the Board for who was with the local :
7, Aviation Machinist' who had < en
April who I I. an
: died Wednesday I' wan thought Insurance wan car
n and enjoyment, for theeaubsr Starke, In Lake Butler, afteran : Cemetery Working Mate second clam on one of the ried on the building. about nix n.ontha. accepted a poal- Postal Telegraph office for 1ft I
his home I I
..T lugs her story just an at illness of several months. He An all-day working will be held I Navy's big VP-74 bombers surprised tlon with the State Unemploy- months while her husband waa Ii
H Hh.T. Alma Oluck sang I Set vice In Jacksonville with the Camp Telegraph Station
a member of the Methodist I New River Cemetery on,> his parents with a phone ment } fat
.L.. ar 0.'l arIA. Sir. Davenport waa a and had lived In Lake at Thursday.the April 22. Come and : call from Norfolk. Va.. Monday. NewJrugglst Mrs Ila I leal, who has been Camp Blending. baa returnedto
wife of RUSMU Dav n- Church i with D oard for 18 months Is the office after an absence of
had been at Trinidad the
who 5. He who has been
can April
POI'\ for the past 22 years. someone with you V. E. Howard II
editor of Life magazine. Butler bring to leave for Tampa. Her husband two months at her home In Or- {
clerk. since last September.Mr.
Ion MI' Leona work. too.-R. H. Green druggist at Carpenter's DrugStore
the may find this book at Besides his widow. two ions. : Davis has rented the house, for the past year or more to employebeen ,i there and she has lando. Her husband was inducted

Public Ubr' J7 (Woman1. Cone he U. survived by N. Fellowship to Lt..and Mrs. Justice Reick. has accepted a position with the tranaDistrict :Ferred to the Tampa Into the Army at Camp Blending /'
Jluh bulidln,) |If you are lucky. Marvin D. Cone Franklintfton. Prayer and Deen Drug Co., at Carabelle. and an,1 will remain with the March .2. and has the same work i

W4..4 not..to uk the to waiting have your: list. Dame.. Norfolk C., and J.; Va.Fred; l three Cone..-f U.ters S. .Navy.', Mrs. At Methodist ChurchAt Recent Births has been there for Ilx week Mr*. Welfare yesterday.Revival Bo. 'ard, Mrs. WlUon said -civilian radio' operator-that life. be had In ,j)

ria.., aft. Howard retained her position atCarpenter' I
!
MoirUlon. Wednesday
P..rtupll )011 lun", been waatik.daoh Susie Andrews. 3:30: o'clock Mr and Mrs. Julian Scott. .. I -
I IIIj ... Havana Johns n <* Mrs. ernoon. April 21. a special meet. Mrs. Sam Curry of Lake Wales 't
.. 'They Were Es- Mrs. brother will Lawtey. April 9. Ctrl: I M. B. Rosier originally from .Service H J
.. two and fellowship '
Clyde Cl on. Starke: Ing of prayer Mrs. Ralph Stewart whose husband I Is stationed at
by W. L. White. and Mr. and Lake Butler but recently from
"&mboo .\\\ay'. by'JOhD Stein.Qu.en William F. Cone. Starke. be held at the Methodist Churchto Yates Starke. April 9, girt; ,i Shamrock same to Starke April The Rei r. Curtis Harris will Camp Edward. Mae. has been I t

1 booc-k., or of the FittTop. Charles R. Cone. Monrlston. .which the ladies.of all churches Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brady .7 to fill the vacancy. 101.... Rosier conduct a i I cries of revival meet. I with the Postal Telegraph since

by Stanley :.John oa. All Funeral services were held sun- are cordially Invited. A troclal' Bryan. Lawtey. April 10. girl; 'and their son and daughter will !ngs at thestarting' Bethel Baptist Church February. Mrs. Edna Brock Is 1in ;
lto.... o'clock In the Sw iday.<< Services will be the manager having come to
& "! **** day afternoon at 4 Invitation Is lo extend to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Paul Hurst, remain in Shamrock until the
more new
tlt .... at Ole hbrary.* Lake Butler Methodist Church and mother and wives of service men. Waldo April 15, boy. .school there close i held each
- interment was in Dekle Cemetery. 'ii iiI!


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tit t t t t tt Kof the group of 10V acreage, dry weather and
t t t
t.t t near Camp Iilandln late cold apparently are combining
\\[ Klngaley Lake VII) to form the "fly in the oint.
I completed and I't'ady;; nent" that will largely offset thexmeflt
'cy thin week, accord- that Bradford County farmers
tier from M. M. Par should derive, from the
Director for the Fed fancy prices now being paid, for

t t tit t t t t t g ten Administration.have advised Jtnjrnted rood quality season strawberries.The opened at. Lawtey

,. everyone of the act week with the first bruck
even the ones tba MMng loaded out from there on
thud people have mad Monday, April 8. Heavy volume

t it t t gait* he said.on thin projec has ever failed and only to an materialize average ,of how-two

tt.t t t t .f t 42. and according to rucks a day have rolled to mar-

(. plan as outlined by; teL from this Important shipping 45mint.
I atn the time 80 of. > "A &"OOcIoraln would double
('were to be 3-bedroon he volume", one grower remark-
".' SO: of them wouli ed. but otherwise they do not
.|wo DHdrooma. Whllo look for any substantial Incroasn.
cod (hat come changes Some observers have estimated
'\In the rental price, hi hat acreage In the county la oft
the larger houswI .a much as BO percent because of
... ... ,I for $3999 and the ho labor shortage and the fact

tit6l4, Cmt tofJ, .aid tuhrtyit. { for 934.00 per' month hat many growers have sought
hanuctting Is original plan, also! other> employment at Camp Dion-
these 3 how.] actqutr 1 tutth 2 bows voiild be rented only ling.

ROS-200plaats at 2pafAet4 qf f > ... cc, |bile employes It Is understood a t Camp) I, mid Prices in thin are. county the highest since growertarted to be)

f them are now being using the 30-plnt crate. '


@}\ rf j; {@ (qJj) tWc(JJ' W Cf J @) @}\ f{ @> ,rfj) ({ (fjjJ @; @) lfj) r Elected military personnel.' a The ugh, orate average as, with$7.40 has some and been others lots'around soiling as low as ta '


t i tt i 111 i u 1 11 i u t i n 111 t t 1 n u u 1 11 111 t i U u H t 1 i 11 u t u n 11 t t u t n i 11jtetcUiAe t t ,Commanderwell was elected Peril, a.rowers.. $5 of_25-recent almost claim they years.double are the However not averse netting --


*. lettuce.' and\\\' \ nnd A. J. Thomas lulCommander linos much because more of thun the In Increased normal \
jttttjttttlttt..tj..tttttit.tThe
o f the
'tt osU. of all materials and labor.
'Irtl.Wllltu last of th
a Refugee -\\UieixDit-\Ur.Mtd\ \ ..eg1on TuI'Kdny night, lVOlV Hl.
\
r'II electedern, : anil Shipments from the Starke
fader \V. S. Hlblcy:! ; 'armers Market have been light
r. II. Noll man; Berna hue tar, averaging: only two or '
John II. O.r e w jrioyd ; thrt'e hundred crater a day. Vol-

above garden has been drawn up and approved by the United States Department of Agriculture. :jj. Thomas(5 men;; Finance Service me navy' has to attract not. been the usual sufficiently num- '

!IA, Oarlton; Color er" of buyers, 'either to Starker
A. Weldon and K. G Lawtey and some of, the "bigoya"
kcuUvu Committee, L r have not put In .an appear-
lal Edwards M. O, nee yet this season.;
men When Grown in Small or Intensive Gardens V. B. Sewell, U U If this section could have a
Seed and Space Required for Certain Vegetables S. J... Crew. Thncl good rain and increase volume,
SEED REQUIRED TO PLANTS .ett>d by the Ex. It. l Is likely .that, growers..would en,,. ,
Icceif depends upon adherence: to certain: Ol.tau" Depth cover 10 mirt.." ond'wui be Joy three more''weeks "of good
\ common danger of wasting seed bye'' KIND or VEGETA.BLB lpu.MIDlmum between between plant' 1 aar.l ...d late?. Newly-elected .lipping, all the North Carolina
row' &a row I foot 01 row 100 toil of row be Installed June 8.'Ant crop l Is not expected I n until {
because when seeds are sown too thickly Paend' IAcll.. ; repotted a total round May 10. The season at

icing that will allow proper development. Inebee Inches Number ............. t.0-60.. 1 (>nt paid up member- Plant.[ City has Just ended with e
pound
teed it town too thickly and the plantsiruving Beans.lIma (pole) ............. 24: 2. 3-4 34 34 pound ............. 60 1 e notion wad made and 088,329 pint ehlppml. for which
advice to alllllU'denpr.laa Beallll. .nap (pole).............. 2t.. :24. 3-4 1 ounce ............... 10.12 1 j'(f carried extending aka rowers received $643,614.71. I,

jor nreedtbaayonneedtogetastand.be Beeta ......................... 14. W 6 .. ... 1110.00 ........,....... 115.000 ........ ...,... ,. to Legionnaire II. olume was light there also\ beg -
.
should never ..... :
M. These two vegetables Cabbaco ....................... 27 lWj ... 34 ounce .............. 4 H for his untiring *.f.'Ill more than two million pints ,

tnach and turnips should be sown three topny Carrots ........................ 14. W 20.25 a..c 1 ounce.............. 1-10 1 of the,Tout and itsuo stow' 1042.Starke ;
seeds fail to produce good seedlings. Chard ...... ............ ....... II t-8 -3-4 34 pound ............. 15 1 II","I :- a total of '
.. ............ 38 15 for 1membership Contractor t j
ther. Corn sweet .... a3-( 1 packet .............. 4 H
ft are to sUnd-but for a different reason Kale ........ ................... II 13 I-IG I packet .............. a H ((3 have' been paid by'bY Now In NassauIn <
...................... 15 13 ....... 35-. '
u. Some thinning Is. always necessary. Lettuce .. 15-20 1 quart ..... ........ .. ..... vote,,
laced where they are to remain. Orions ......................... 1. W 15-20 ounce .....:......... 3 i unanimous leave order to Insure his) own personal ;
ng seeds too deep. Ingeneralteed.hould Par.nlps ....................... II W 1Z.15 1 pound ............... 150 ]334 II., Adjutant cards {to o Ob safety and that of his

I moist Too shallow planting may leave Peas .......................... II 13 1 ............... U pounds ........... tIOO 4 irshlp bert Sloniker. two of equipment and to abide) by the) i1
tithe seed germinates or the seed may POlalOla.n..n...... ....... U lZ.15 bunco ;............. 12 34 'III' who are In the Nation's rules of censorship. J.
on and may prevent some of the sprouts Radishes ...................... 13 :I 10.16 ounc. .............. 13 SL I of the Country, and M. Edwards was not at liberty

Spinach ......."""""""" 12' 3-t 15............... 180 ........... ........ 12.000 ........ ......, ho name against the to "talk" before) he went away
lie end of the rake handle or hoe may be Sweet Jlotatoes................ 38 .... ........ 1110.,................. 7,500 .....u.n..u be J>OIIt. Obe Hall l is ten days ago to accept a Government -
inch small seeds the soil must be worked Tomatoes (staked) ............. 38 U .a.%0.25" ounce .............. ::1 ferine In California. ,contract In concrete' ,

Turnips .......... .............. 1. W I Plants. a Bey. 1 Sloniker Is an M. P. work.
the row U best opened up with a cornerM rate 01 planting for use In calcnlatln6 seed requlrementl for Larger .ardens. !Camp Blandlng. He Is not talking overmuch 1
the trench of uniform and proper depth I Average Inatead 01 very Intensive where the plants are to staDd. s Seta. { Instructed the A t- now, hut Mrs. Edwards said Tuesday
In one spot n
oral .eeds planted totter
for 'that she had received a
Ser 2,000 popples
wtag and stand of plants. and to arrange forirtlscment from him stating that he left
In the local Miami by plane Sunday March
r of 28, arriving In Nasal Monday.
the significance


.. 141t" ., ,e) July swell.ttment delegates O.: Duncan elected and)H.Convention and Uelogatmt delegates T. Haley W. S., was made He He said,favorable by has has that plane his a three-months when the equipment In an trip the hour.could weather I set contract up be y


the and Is already doing some work.It .
to support
Is the land of "Wallle" and the
JeiM Davis ax I>e-
mmander. Duke of Windsor, a very beauti-
went on record as' ful country, he said, but he Is

.:ig that the I3ra Association hold a men over here," he wrote,
t "no women at all." There la a
the fall of 1943, with
,
strong probability that Mrs. Ed-
emptuutUi on homepnceHM
stucco" 00'0_-'on -J rmpn yesterday. Very little damage apeeildal fly over for a short
. -- "' wreerr ago war<\\ll may
.
.,. .d. food dlnplays.Mm
a""mefn5rtaT"tto""KevFrank : tnurcn"'IIOmecomtn Avenue moved this week to wa done to their house ox Thuri visit while he Is over there
aun(1 here"bad Tere oWt DuUdTng"a ServiceApril Tampa. where Mr. Dickman ha cept from water, and all their! Kffie Johns spent and 'His former par tner in the
the city 01 Fowler, the first foreign The Fourth Sunday J. W day In Jackmnville shopping 1
during the last two accepted a position with effects were saved. Flr.Chlel Bradford Engineering Cc, L. R.
arallday !
Minnie
State 01 will be observed as her Mm.
three Week. which the ownersmight missionary from the 25, contrac had time to vlttlttng sisters abouta
Ar meeting at Connor & Son, hauling It. C. Buford had not label has been there for
I have by coming: to him and! Florida, and who worked in Homecoming church. The tors. Fred Dickmon. I8-year-oid try to determine the origin 01 McCutcheon.Welfare year and there are several other
Fowler :
Property> Identifying. (en tin a for 30 years. Rev. of, the Bethel Baptist will be conductedby I eon who Is In the 10th grade In the tire. The only possible clu. Florida boy there who Mr. Edwards E
Pastor
time service Leav
was at one morning In Starke until used for ,Worker
Ir E. Strickland 01Jackaonvfle : BHS. will remain was that butane gas was knows, he said.
the First Baptist Church the Rev., J. the close of the sestrion. Mr, heating, and Mrs. Kruegttr WM I
and the evening service Mrs. Joe K. Wilson U nQW
No Points Required Starke. by the Rev. Curtis Harris of: Dickman has been with the Wolf not certain whether she turn alono In the Courthouse office of Postal Employe Back ,
the
A basket McLeod Construction Co. for off the. ga or not. Mr. Futcl District Welfare Board. Abou 01'I I
Springs. the
"w mil point to reading James B. Cone Green Cove past three years. could not be reached for a statement Mrs. John AcosU, Mrs. J. C. Wernnlck. of ; i
weeks
".....t.. &,'ftIport's novel/ 52. a native of dinner will be enjoyed.. Their eon Burton C., Dickman, as to Insurance, though I It two who bad been ago with the Board for lando who .was with the local I
"" "U'.y of Decision." 1* relax James B. Cone Wednesday. April 7, WorkingAn who Is an Aviation Machlnlst'sMate was thought Insurance wart car about six; months accepted a pool- Postal Telegraph office for 16 .
3tarke, died Cemetery claim on one of theNary' buildings while her. husband was
\ Nm and for the after second tied on the State Unemployment months
f'ojo'lMlnt, Lake Butler, tlon with the
author at his home in be held big VP-74 bombers, surprised I with the Camp Telegraph Stationit ,
Hlngn her story Just avsr months. He working will Service in Jacksonville.Mn.
several all-day '
tit on! Illness of or. his parents with a phone New DruggistV. has bee; Camp Blandlng. baa returnedo
nxHbi-r. Alma Cluck. eenga of the Methodist the New River Cemetery Ila Real, who
a member at Norfolk Va., Monday,, office after an absence of
was from I Ito the
and call
great aria. Mrt. Lake Come for 18 months
Davenport In 22. with the Board I
Lt "". HWe of RusewU Davenport I Church and hAd lived Thursday. April who can April 5. He had been at Trinidad E. Howard, who has beer Her huaban wo months at her home in Or- ,I
22 with you leave for Tampa. ,
the past years. bring someone I D Inducted.
editor Butler for clerk. since last September.Mr. druggist at Carpenter's rug and she habeen ando. Her husband waa
of Uf magaaLne.Yee H. Green, U employee: there
too.-R.
at Besides his widow, Mrs. Leona work, I Davis has rented the house I Store for the past year or more, to the Tampi Into the Army at Camp Blending "
find this book transferred
may survived by two sons, 1 M.... Justice Reick. I accepted a poiiitlon with the March 2, and has the same work aradl. !
tee PublM Library (Woman's Cone, be Is Fellowship to Lt,.and has District, and will remain with Uv J f
N.
Club! building Marvin D. Cone, Fra l1Dgton. Prayer and Deen Drug Co, at Carabelle anti Board Mrs. Wilson sail .. operator--that he had In ij 1
) If al'8lucky. Welfare !
11 00C. uk to have you your moleald'r1 C., and J..Fred J Cone.rfsters,1.U. S. Navy Mrs.Susie At Methodist Church Recent Births Ito been there for six weeks. Mn.Howard at. yesterday. IvUlan life. \
retained her position
to the waiting list. Norfolk Andrews.Va.; .three. Morrlslon., Fla.; At 3:30 o'clock Wednesday aft. I Iernoon. Mr, and M.... Julian Scott, Carpenter's.M. Mrs. Sam Curry: :of Lake Wale a" r.I

Ins I'1orhllpll loft have bees. waat.- Mr*. Havana John> a H4 Mrs. April 21. a special meetIng Lawtey. April 1 9. girl: B. Rosier, originally from Revival Service those husband 1s stationed at 1 ,
to Ilad 'They Were Exo'labl. two broth- and fellowship will: Ralph Stewart but recently from Mass has been :
..... Clyde Colson. Starke; of prayer Mr. and Mi* Lake Butler The Rev. Curtis Harris wll lamp Edwards I
nom by W. L. White1 William r. Cone Starke, and : be t held at the :Methodist Church 7ate Starke. April 9. girl; Shamrock came to Starke Aprilr conduct a series; of revival meet rltb the Postal Telegraph since .
,!" \-1" by John Steinbo.ck er8 Charles R. Cone, Morrlston. to which the ladles of all churches Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brady 1 r r to fill the vacancy. Mrs. Router at the Bethel Baptist Churchstarting ebrusry. Mrs Edna Brock to
or "Qtreca of the FlatTopot" services were held Sun ira cordially Invited. A creole! Bryan. Lawwy. April 10, girl' ; and their son and daughter will ngs Sunday. Services will beheld he manager, having come t& ..I ;

t........ by Stsrdey! -JohnNoa. All Funeral afternoon at 4 o'clScic! In the Invitation fs also extend! to Mr.: and Mrs. Jeua Paul Hurst, remain In Shamrock until the each evening In the week. tarke In August 1942.. .. ,t'1/Ii/1

afters. at*"*tile many library more. new day Lake Butler Methodist in Dekle Church Cemetery.and, mothers and wives of service men Waldo April 15, boy. ichool there close ," \IiU'1r

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the time the seed of garden plants are put Into theo D/sease: Smut la a disease attacking the leaves of young plant badly scabbed seeds, and treat all potatoes just before A.PH Sweetest StrawberriesThis

M until the crops art" gathered diseases and insects Plants found in the soil where smutted onions formerly cutting In formaldehyde or mercuric chloride solution. For Side of Heaven

ground fought. Vegetable troubles are" due to numerous grew. Bulb rot I. a disease which damages the bulbs as they control of late blight, spray plants with 4-4-50 bordeaux mixture I

must Including be unfavorable toil conditions 409 wet or too approach maturity beginning when the disease is first seen. Repeat the

p, lack of humus or lime -weather 14 in dry weather and 7 to
rich or too poor Treatments: To guard\ against smut disease, plant onion spraying every 10 or days every

l'iied too to some crop Ckreles use of fertilizer or attacks on land where disease has not occurred. If this is not pose!. 10 days in moist weather. Great car and thoroughness must : NUMBKK TWHNTY-K1VN
of this section Is tot
The
!tea purpose
si or other par bin then sprinkle a formaldehydeCareful .
un a few control measure. for the most important Sorting of solution of one tesspoonful to a quart

:t and diseases of home-garden vegetable cops.EANSInsect Diseased Bulbs Is of water in the drill after the seed Volume

: The Mexican bean beetle Is a yellow Best Control Plan have been dropped before covering I louses Berry

lady-beetle spotted with 14 black: marks. They them. Use S to 4 the solu- II
brownish larva feed on the underside" of the leaves and won to each 100 feet of row. In dealing with bulb rot sanitary 6,

yellow within ODe or two weeks. measures, the careful sorting out of diseased bulbs at II I gsleyr Still Slim;

p the plant Use a spray containing derrla or cube root harvest time and rotation of crops are the chief means of controlling
:
Treatment this! disease.TOMATOESInsect
in water. Apply thoroughly and Carey -
cryolite
.. der to or the underside of the leaves. Spray a* soon as the ; Large green caterpillars known as r Complete Prices GoodShort

r.ties appear in the field or when the eggs are" first noticed tomato worms feed on tomato plants. There are two broodsa 9.P. I r

leaves. If cryolite U used' treatments on map beans season. Tomato fruitworm also destroy ripening plants

tthe when pod form. Denis may be applied to Treatment Against Tomato plckingIsthebest of the group of 100 acreage, dry weather and
sets stop worms, -
after pods form if rec- late are combining
cold apparently
bean. even near Camp lUandlnl'a
remedy. Since they are the same color aa the plants they are i
'H
ommendation for dosage are foi to the "fly In the oint
form
Treatment Lake VII;
sense difficult to find,but they can usually be traced by their voiding Kingsley r
lowed. 't i matter.r p _ ment" that will largely' offset the
st B. Thorough Don ray epee underneath the plants they occupy. Calcium arsenate or paris )e completed and I'f'Rdy;
.. Is charscr this week, accord!. benefit that Bradford County farmers
Results green applied two or three times will keep the tomato fruit I icy
II
) Best prized by roundish sunken spots of worm partially under controL Be careful in applying chemictl. I'>tier from M M. Pat Mould derive from the r

color and pink: centers on young pods. Most(: serious Director for the Fed fancy prices now being paid for
bwnish Diseases Fusarium wilt la a disease caused by fungus in atrawberrleH.
good quality
j moist, cool seasons. the soil. It yellows, wilts and finally destroys the plant. ig Administration. '
the first plants showing thi disease. have advised me at Lawtey
Burn errs The season opened
{Treatment: Blossom-end is disease the of the
rot a marked by decay Best lor Small Gardenbe
Air
avoid cultivation Compressed Sprayer
rain dew
with or of the first truck
the plants are wet rated everyone lam week with the
blossom of and fruits.
rhile end ripe I
green
I through them, since this disease i II spread by wind :;; even the ones the being loaded out from. there on
walking
insects and bands that touch the Treatments:For fusarhun use wilt free seed and soil. For times with thin have mud volume
d rain, and ,also by used to keep the foliage covered at all a shed people Monday, April ,8. Heavy
blossom-end loss from the disease be materially reduced
licken beans rot. can film of the spray mixture.: Use chemical solutions carefully. ," he said. has failed to materialize however
of webworms attack beets by avoiding heavy applications of nitrogen especiallymanure Is on this "projecA2 I and of two d
[BEETS-Insect: Several types and supplying extra super-phosphates. CABBAGE 'Insect: The velvety green caterpillar most Egan only an average
their leaves. The leaves then become webbed together Injurious to cabbage. After eating the outer leaves, the caterpillar and according" to truck a day have rolled to mar- 3

i(ting growing plant. 'Insect appear as moth. POTATOES .sect: Larvae and adults of the Colorado attack the tender Inner leaves as they. form, hiding in ,I plan an outlined by,; ket from this Important shipping

the : Spray with Paris Green. Don't spray edible potato beetle appear about the time the potatoes come up, the heads where it Is difficult to reach them with spray. Th h' at( th. time, 80' of point. "A good vain would double

{Treatment laying their eggs on the underside of the leaves. There are worm are at work from April to September and even later. .I were to bo 3-bedroon the volume", one grower remarked '

\3lter.Disease: Leaf spot is a >disease recognized: by numerous from one to three broods a year. Treatment:Derrls or cube dusts containing 0.5 to 1 per :I t 20 of them would but otherwise they do not

all round to irregular dead ,spots with white centers and cent of rotenone are recommended. Pure fresh pyrethrumdusts two bud room.-*. While look for any substantial Increaaa. ;

borders on the leaves.Treatment containing 0.15 per cent total pyrethrlns effective if applied ood that some change Some observer have estimated

[rpe :Spray with 4-4-50 bordeaux mixture when thest W in later afternoon or early. evening. Dusts have proven In the rental priced, hot that acreage In the county la off

are noted. Repeat at 10-day interval. Don't more" satisfactory than sprays in cabbage worm control. the larger house a* much as CO percent because of

spots edible matter.CUCUMBERInsects. Denis and pyrethrum dusts should be used ,according to fur $39.99\ and the< the labor shortage and the fact

fray beetle directions. Treatments should begin with the appearance of II for $31.00 per month that many growers' have ought
The striped cucumber usury
continue often as neceisary. Reach all infested original plan aloe, at Camp Blan
the worms and as 1'la' other employment
it I. of
Of yellow body J4
comes out in April or May. parts of the plant thoroughly. Don't spray edible vould be rented only ding.
inch long and has three black stripes. The larvae orjrm dusting wort for light even coating. t Camp
slender and whit and brownish at the end. matter. Wbea employ n ] Prices are the highest to bo
it lie It la understoocif !
wh
paid In thin county since growersstarted
J Cover each young plant with cheesecloth '. '
Treatment: them are now brine
using the Srt-plnt crate.
frame. The lower edge of the cloth must b.mTy .
punted implanted on a to prevent the beetles from burrowing un- For off-season use, garden products may be preserved by he military personnel. The average ha been around $8 +

[ As other remedies. apply nicotine dust to the storing, canning, freezing, brining or pickling. Canning is a orate, with some! lots smiling as "
meath. method because it be used for all kindsof .. $7.40 and other as low
etles gathered on the plant or a mixture of one pound of fl the best-known may Elected high a.
with 15 pounds of gypsum or land plaster. fruits and vegetables. Present information Indicates that uw 3.2.V:) -almost double the average
arsenate
Jilcium Commander
mixture with calcium arsenate added chases thesectl there will be a supply of cans, Jars and sealers for home of recent years. However,

deaux: to leave Dust evenly and gardeners. However, in view of wartime shortages of tin and growers claim they. are not netting
i and prevent injury well was elected l I'(>tIt
rubber it is wise to plan to limit canning to those garden t much more Hum In normal
gbtly and spray carefully.Diseases and A. J. Thomas isCattunander I '
disease stunts the plant and wrinkle. products that cannot be preserved successfully by other times because of the IncreasedcoHts ,
MosIac the
J of
: roundish- methods. Storing and freezing take less time and labor than of all materials and labor,
disease causing
is fungus
le leaves. Anthracnose a ord-Whlte! Tout of th<
and cankers on the stems. canning. Involved.Shipments.
spots Tuesday night
own
for canning are tomatoes, green Legion
[ Treatments: To avert mosaic disease, cover cucumber Favorite garden products and fruits. "TS elected were 2mintler from the Starke i iFarmers

lants with cheesecloth. Spray. or dust to control beetles. In peas asparagus, green beans,easiest Uma beans to handle corn because they \V. S. Sibley; Market have been light

eating anthracnose disease, spray with 2-4-50 bordeaux Fruits and tomatoes are the than boiling for safe keeping. W. H. Nollman; Ser thus far, averaging only two or \
disease and repeat at regularly require no higher temperature thrtte: hundred cruteH a day. Vol-
'xture as soon at appears be packed hot In jars and then '1118. John B. Grew;;:
and tomatoes may 1 I Ih..vy
Fruits
intervals. Dust lightlynd evenly and spray }Floyd Gteen; Finance umo ha not been sufficiently

uefu11y. processed a boiling ex-pt J. Thomas; Service to attract the usual number

| ONIONS-Insect: The onion maggot la the larvae of a smallray Extra Dividends From Well-Used Hot Safety Demands der steam pressure in order to get A. Ourlton; Coloi l of buyers, 'either to Starkeor
for and K. O. Lawtey and some of, the "big!
Weldon
fly which resembles a house fly.Treatment the high temperature necessary A.
( : Use lubricating 'oil Stebm Pressure safety.' Gardeners who do not have wuUvo: Committee, L, boy..." have not put In an appearance ,t

gal. Hand pick the For Most Canning of steam pressure canner Edwards, M. OAT yet this "season
nggots, Smut Are emulsion made by pouring one Treatment: Paris green is a good remedy. the use a Hal

fhief Enemies of Ion of bordeaux mixture into one beetles when they first appear. will be wise to preserve all vegetables except tomatoes by II. Bewcll. L. I). If thla section could have a .

nton gallon of light lubricating oil,pumping The common scab disease lives in the soil and i II some other method than canning. S S. J. Crew Theclxctud good rain and Increase volume,

Plantings the mixture back: upon itself carried Diseases in the: tubers. Late blight results from a fungus and Canned fruit and vegetables are 'thoroughly cooked andthus by -the ,Exnmlttert It In. .likely.that growers..would en-* l

mtil good emulsion I I. secured and diluting this with 40 gal-. Is aggravated by cold moist weather. need only reheating they are" to be served hot. As a nivil will be foy three more'"WM'k4t of good

bni of water. Cover the plants and the soil around thor- x planting safety precaution non-acid canned vegetables should be later. Newlyelectedbe hipping, aa the North Carolina

ughly and repeat the treatments three ,or four times at Treatments: Common scab can be prevented by Do boiled before serving. t installed June 8. crop la not expected I n until

eekly Intervals. on land known to be free from scab infestation. not Storing is the cheapest and easiest way to keep many vegetables -. ant reported a total round May 10. The season at I

and apples and pears for winter use. if apace I* available ;.tat paid up momber- Plant City ha just ended with ,

in the basement or if outdoor storage can be provided. motion wan made and i.088.320 pint shipped, for whichTowers ,/

Many of the root vegetables as well as onions,pumpkins and curried. extending a received $642.614.71.I I I,

winter squash hold their original flavor better when stored nkll to Legionnaire II. Volume wan light there also, be. ; '

than when preserved in any other way. Vegetables that may late for his untiring efilf ng more than two million pint 1

be kept by storing include: beets, late cabbage carrots, I of the Pout and its bProw 1842* ;

celery, onions, parsnips, potatoes, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, .. Out of a total of
and '
winter radishes I
winter squash, rutabagas, white turnips, when I for 1942 membership Starke Contractor t I
salsify. Winter apples and pears also keep successfully M3 have been paid bys.

) i ii1 stored. Now In Nassau
i'\\\ 1111// ItorGARDEN
preserved by
\ Vegetables and fruits t to. by unanimous vote,
and ST IT his j
age are still living, though dormant the Adjutant to issue" In order to Insure own per
for that of hi*
temperature sonal and
have different requirements ershlp card to Obe safety s
The that need and abide by the ,
and moisture. crops Jbert Blonlker, two of equipment to

} cool, moist storage include cabbage, car, era who are In the Nation' rules] of censorship, J.

l plifl o. ,, rots, beets, parsnips, saliify, turnips, ruta- ea of the Country, and M. Edwards wa not at libertyto
bagas, winter radishes, celery, apple and f/V f FOR axalnst the "talk" before he went away
1I the name !
pears. Potatoes keep best st a temperature ///f/ VICTORY I the Post. Obe Hall isiItarlna ten day ago to accept a Cow

"ywnatatd' I. between 40 and 50 degree F.l: sweet pota- need In California, ernment ,contract In concrete ,
V.4 and pumpkins
Squash
55 and 60 degrees.
between
if toes onions and dried beans1cool t Sloniker la an M. P. work.
warm and moderately dry storage; Blanding. He I Is not talking overmuch ,
t Camp
and dry storsge. now, bUt Mrs. Edwards said Tue- +
shouldnot the Ad-
Instructed
w limited apples .on
is i extremely .
c storage space letter
t. Unless day 'that she had received a
stored with potatoes or with most root crops, nor rder 2,000 poppies fort
be that be left
from him stating
celery with turnips or cabbage, because apples and celery will and to arrange for March
Turnips should not be placed In the basementss /ertlsement In the local Miami by plane Sunday
a absorb odors. 28, arriving In Naaau Monday.
the house. oft
through the significance
off odors that penetrate o
they give of canned H* said that when the weatherwas
ample supply and W. S.
The Victory Gardener who has an O. Duncan
stored vegetables on hand will consider himself exceptionally duly elected delegate; favorable the trip could be
and fortunate during the coming months. Fresh vegetables mrtment Convention, made by plane In an !":;:ur !I

an all-important, inexpensive: supplement to regular Bewell and,I II. T. Haley He hast a three-montbs' contract
are demanded forhealth's ha his equipment set up
is
table
rations, and their presence on every 1 dolegate Del"gateii I
and Is already doing some work. I
o the .
ory s t 11( sake. acted to support
It Is the land of "Wallle" and the
Davis an pe-
Jess
JiPrrs+ t sf "
,. lummander. Duke of Windsor a very beautiful -
country he said, but he .I* ,
record' aa
it went on
r' ; Ing that the Bradford very lonesome. "There Is nobody

Ir Association hold a but men over here," he wrote, I
"no women at all." There 1* a
1943 will
ulce'n the fall of ,
-' strong probability that Mrs. Ed- I
i home-pro
on
Hpitcldal emphasis
,' Kreen- stucconouser on Temple ago i yesterday. Very little damage warts may fly over for a short .

a 'memorial} i to teVl: Vhurch"llomecomtntr Avenue moved this week to wag done to their house ex ceased fuod displays.Mrs. Thursday visit while he Is over there. \ I
tound'hbre"1Dd"17ne'< TfutTdThg> ; Kffle Johns pent 1
I Service Tampa where Mr Dickman has cept from water, and all their 'HI former partner in the
the first foreign. Fourth Sunday anti
city during the last two or Frank Fowler, the The with J. W. In Jack onvllle shopping "
of.; observed an accepted a poaltion effect were saved. Fire Chief Bradford Engineering Co.. I* R.
State as
throe weeks, which the owners missionary from. the April 25, will be visiting. her winter, Mm. Minnie
: worked In Ar meeting at Connor St: Sons, fcaullng contractors It. C. Buford had not had time U laboll. ha been there for about
Homecoming
Wight who
have and and all-day
him Florida McCutcheon. I
by coming to ar-old
prop.'rly for 30 year Rev. Fow the Bethel Baptist church. The Fred Dlckman. ly try to determine the origin 01 a year, and there are several other
Identifying. gentina tlmo Pastor of service will be conductedby son who is in the 10th grade in the fire. The only possible clue Florida boy there who Mr. Edwards
at one morning Leave
ler was Baptist Church' In.. the Rev. J. E. Strickland of BUS, will remain in Starke until was that butane ga wa used for Welfare Workers knows he wild.
the First the close of the session. Mr heating, and Mrs. Krueger wee I
and the evening service E. Wilson la nov
Jos.
No Points Required Starke. Jacksonville by the Rev. Curtis Harris of Dickman has been with the Wolf. not curtain whether she turned alone tin.In the Courthouse office of Postal Employe Back j I

A backetdinner McLeod Construction Co.. for the off the gas or not. Mr. Flitch
Board. Abou
The rraj James B. Cone Green Cove Springs. be reached for a statement the District Welfare Wernnlck. of Or i
point to readingDavenport's will be enjoyed. past three years. could not weeks Mrs. John Acosta Mrs. J. C.
Ma''-lee novel 52 a native olStarke Their son. Burton C.' Dlckman, a* to Insurance, though It two ago with the Board for lando who .was with the local .
B. Cone, who had been
.11.1 of Decision," lit relax James Wednesday. April 7, who Is an Aviation Machinist'sMate wa thought Insurance wan car. month, accepted a poet l Postal Telegraph office for 16 I
died Working about nix:
'
sertora"d! | enjoyment for the his ,home In Lake Butler, after Cemetery second: class on one of the rled on the buildings. tlon with the State Unemployment month while her husband was

as he, story Jnat a* At of several months. H< An all-day working will be heldat Navy big VP-74 bombers, surprised Service In Jacksonville. with the Camp Telegraph Station
htr rnotlu-r. Alma Gluck sang an Illness on his parents with a phone at Camp Blending, has returnedto '
member of the Methodist the New River Cemetery New Druggist Mr Ila Reole.' who has beer
a Kn'at aria. MI*. Davenport was a and had lived In Lake Thursday, April 22. Come and .call from Norfolk Va., Monday with the Board for 18 months Is the office after an absence of I'
Lo "... Church had been at Trinidad Howard who ha beeniruggist In Or "
wife of RoaeeU Davenrdltot. 22 with you who can April 5. He V. E. Her husband two month. at her home
years. for Tampa.
Butler for the past bring someone to leave
1o"'t of Life magazine. Leona R. H. Green, clerk. since last September.Mr. at Carpenter's DrugStore there and she baa lando. Her husband wa Inducted
Mrs. work, too.-- Is employed
lose Besides his widow, ha rented the houseto for the year or more, at Blanding
may find this. book at sons,, Davis past been transferred to the Tampa Into the Army Camp
Th" Public Library (Woman's Cone, he U. survived by two N and Fellowship U,,and Mrs. Justice Reiclc lia* accepted'a position with the District, and will remain with the March 2, and has the same work J II:
nub D. Cone, Frankllngton. Prayer Co.. at Carabelle and -radio that lie had In
buIIdID&) If yore are luck,. Marvin S. Navy, I Deen Drug Welfare Board. Mr. Wilson salt] operator- 1
11 sot. uk to have scene II8III C., and J. Fred Cone U. At Methodist Church II Recent Births tie been there for six weeks. Mrs. Flvlllan life. ; '

10 4Ih.1 .. to the waiting list.. Norfolk Va.; three alstersMrs. I Howard retained her position at yesterday. I}

Susie Andrew.. Morrision, Fla.; At 3:30 o'clock Wednesday aft- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Scott,, Carpenter'. Mrs. Sam Curry. of Lake Wales. ,
eb'pe lea have bees _t- John *n4 Mrs April 21, a special meetIng from Revival Service r. '[
lug '"' Mra. Havana ernoon. will Lawtey. April 0. girl; M. B. Rosier originally whose huaband Is stationed at

daoM" b 1'be7 Were Ex- Clyde Colson, Starke: two brother and of prayer and fellowship Churchto Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Stewart Lake Butler, but recently from The Rev. Curtis Harris will Camp Edwards. Mas, has been r i 1\1
y W. U \ F. Cone. Starke, be held at the Methodist AprU 9, girl' ; to Starke April since
80mbotway" -JOM Stein *, William rater, Starke. Shamrock came conduct a aerie. of revival meetings the Postal Telegraph .
"tent. or "< by Charles R. Cone, Morrlston. which the ladles,of all churchesare : Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brady 7 r to fill the vacancy. Mr*. Rosier the Bethel nuptial Church February. Mr*. Edna Brock .1* W.wltb W.
at
*oeen of the Flat- held Sun- Invited A reclal' 10, girl; and daughter will ta ;
1'oP'l" Funeral services were : cordially Bryan. Lawtey. April and their son starting Sunday. Service will beheld the manager, having come I y
bymany Juror All day afternoon at 4 o'clock In the Invitation Is also extended to i Mr. and Mrs. Jesao Paul Hurst remain In Shamrock until the I. each evening In the week. Stark In August 1M2.attle a al'
e Dew
Church and 13: boy. there clo....
ichool
at the library. Lake Butler Methodist mothers and wires of service men. Waldo. April j ji
I In Dekle Cemetery. I
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Center BRADFORD
TPJanding COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries

lor Camp This Side of Heaven


Official Countu Publication Established In 1877 '

SIXTY FIV1 HTAKKB. IUKIDA *'ltll>.\Y. AFKIU 16. 1943 NUMBCIl TWKNTY-KIVM t tWfB

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ise Service What Are You Doing To Balance The Scales ? 1 100 HousesAt Berry Volume


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ill Climax Gainesville Choir I Kingsley Still Slim
Will Highlight Chamber of CommerceIs ;


iy Week Events Passion Week ReorganizedAt a meeting held In the officeof Nearly CompleteThe Prices Good

A
highlight of the series of W. T. Clute
Tuesday night, a
Holy Week\ union services to beheld
touw have now been completed reorganization meeting of the last of the of 100 Short i
in Starke will be the group acreage, dry, weather and
of presentation Starka
j the cooperative program Chamber of Commerce was FHA houses Bland late "
near Camp ing cold apparently are combining
Tuesday
night April 20 of
churches the USO- held and the
following officers
Protestant Rossini's "Stabat kno"1aa Kingsley Lake VII- to form the "fly In the olnt.meat" .
CA. and the USO-YWCA for choir of the First I Mater"Methodist by the were elected for the enduing year: Inge- will be completed and ready that will largely offset.. the

y Week. Great stress Is being Church of Gainesville The A J. Thomas president; F. F, for ,occupancy this week, acc rd- benefit that Bradford County farmers
a to the sermon topics rather Week music written Holy Stump, v I c -prenKlent; W. T. Ing to a letter from M. M. Par / should ,derive from the
as Rossini
to the person who' Is to in this work is regarded/by as- Clute, secretary' ; 1.V.. Koch, nab State Director for the Federal fancy prices now being/ paid, for ; '

Ik. I a very difficult and beautiful treasurer. Directors: Jos. 1-:. Wile Housing Administration."The good quality strawberries.The .
Monday night the sermon' oratorio 1 Bon, E. L. Matthews, W. II. Noll- owners have advised me season at
and the Gainesville opened Lawteylast
tic will be "My House Shall Ba has teen In rehearsal fur approxi-group i man. Dr M. B. HIM'long and W, they have rented' everyone of the week with the first truck
House of Prayer for AU N. Carnaslon. 100 houses even the ones that
Bled A mately two and a half months. I ; being loaded out from there on
[lops, The High School Glee The The next me.'tlng1111 be held are not finished people have made Monday April 8. Heavy volume
I' will sing '" oach Me Toy "Stabat Mater" will be"unit April 27 at 8:30: o'clock in Mr. deposits on." he .mild. has failed to materialize how
On by a chorus of 40 voices, 1 v wa.o v 1 Clute's Work thin
and "Love Dovlne., Including the office.Rotary began on project ever. and only an average of two-
clay night the choir of thet from, outstanding musicians Oct. 12. 1942. and according to trucks day have rolled to market '
Methodist Church of Galneai other choirs in the original plan an outlined by from this important shipping

\i Is to present ROIf 1n1'. "Sabatter Gainesville Clark under the directionof Club Mr. Purrlsh aU the time!' 80 of point "A good rain would double

This Tuesday night prom Gourley., the number were to be 3-bedroom tho volume", one grower remarked -
U presented by the USO- .oohs houses and 20 of (them would but otherwise they do not {
SCA and USO-YWCA In co- Ration 1 Aids Bond Drive have only two budroom While took for any substantial Increase.
Board
raUon with the Ministerial Al It Is understood that name changeswere Some observers!' have estimatedthat

ee of Starke. e made In the rental price, he acreage In the county In off

R Wednesday the sermon topicbe The Rotary Club is doing Its mated that the larger houses as much aa BO percent because of
"We Cannot But Speak Has New HoursThe bit to help Bradford County reach would rent for $3DD9 and the the labor shortage and the fact

Thing. We Have Heard And Us 160.000 War'' Bond goal for mailer ones for $34,00 per month. that many growers have sought
I It was his original plan, also. other
Tho church chorus will employment at Camp B lan
fa. OPA has sent a communi- April.One that they would be rented onlyto ding.
"
g Calvary and a duet will "They Give Their Lives-You Lend Your Money"V year ago the members
cation to W L. Blair, chief clerkIn civilian employee a t Camp
j by Mrs. E. L. Biggs and started paying the club Prices are the highest to be
BUng the Rationing Board in the s. I rosary DrparalraCourt. Kimg 1'.......* secretary Blamllng: while It Is understoodthat
e. B. J F; Argus. On Thursday 91 each meeting day, with 75c go- paid. In thin county since growersstarted
Starke of them are now being
some
sermon topic will be "Christthe Armory, announcing a ing for the luncheon and the extra / using the 30-plnt crate
change of office hours for the With 'the month of April half gone, Ilrudford County rented to tho military personnel.
The
Upper Room and the i 2oc to buy a War Savings Stamp. average has been around $6 1
local board. has bought worth of War Bonds !
Effective only $38,392.75 and
Stamps. .
urch chorus will sing "Gloria" Monday, A book of stumps was started a crate, with some lots soiling as
In the Twelfth Mass. "TheorIJ'3 April S, the hours were to be as On a quota of $169,000 for the month, this: is a very: for each member and now each Sewell Elected high as $7.40 and
Worst Blackout" is the follows: poor start. Unless each and every man, woman and! child contain around $13 worth Anew Commanderw. UK. $3.25- -almost double the average

bourn topic for Friday, and Monday through Friday: 8:15: faces the task with the seriousness that it deserves, Bradford net' of books will be started Legion of recent years. However

'id So Loved the World" byer A. 1\'[. to 5:30: P. M. will face the shame of letting our Government downin Immediately U. Sewell was elected Pool growers claim they are not net-

will be sung by the church Saturday: 8:15: A. M. to IMSF : the hour of its greatest need.A At the meeting Wednesday II Commander and A. J, Thorium let ting much more than In normal I II
iirua. In addition to this, the 1L note of encouragement comes from the announce was dec-Mud for each member to vice Post Commander of the times because of the Increased '

f.jnentury Chorus from the The office Is closed to the PUb- ment that the City of Starke is planning to purchase $20- obtain hit stamp book from the Jones-Langford-Whlte Post, of the I costs of all materials and labor'

l tool* will sing "My Friend of lic all day every Thursday. 000 worth of bonds during the month, aiding the county in club secretary finish filling out American Legion Tuesday night ; involved.Shipments.

ilvarv reaching its quota and at the same time placing the city's tho $13.75 and turn It In for a Other officers elected, were: 2nd from! the Starke

I Servicemen and servicemen's Troop Committee cash in a good safe place until it i is needed in HUG to pay $23 bond, or apply It on a bund vlco Commander. VV. S. Slbley; Farmers Market have been light
vea, OH well as the citizens of'u'ke off the last of the bonded indebtedness. of higher denomination. Chaplain, W. II. Nollman; Scr- thus: far, averaging only two or
Meets At Farm W B. Sewell geunt-ut-Arma. John B. Grew three hundred! crates a day. Volume
[ are cordially Invited to at- But Bradford has no large corporations to Have the president of the ;
Florida Bank Historian, Floyd Green; Finance ban not been sufficiently
,d all Services. The pastors / at Stuike was
into the thousands of dollars.Our .
j Starke are: The regular meeting of the day by purchases running guest speaker at the. meeting and Officer, A. J. Thomas; Service heavy to attract the usual number -
Troop Committee of Troop 104 quota must come from the small investor, and we will dlscusxed the various issues that Officer, II. A, Carlton; Color l of buyers, either to Starkeor
Iwell Methodist Church Re\A O. C. State Farm Boy Scouts of not reach the goal unless each and every one buys Bonds the government Is offering to the bearers', S. A. Weldon and K. G. Lawtey and some of, the "big
; Presbyterian Church America held to the extent of his ability. Committee L. boys", have not In
was Monday nightat greatest public. Basing his estimate on Duncan; Kxecutlvo: put an appear >
C. Allen Mark'sl.Ucopal
H. St.
v. ; the Community House. Scoutmaster -- -- the percentage of citizens. who J. Green, Hal Edwards, M. a.Lnnxford ance yet this season.If '"
C h h-Rev. Fred
u c
r Tom Conners Introduced have been W. U. Sewell, U 1) thin section
Mrs. Tells Bicycle Thief Caught buying War Ilondi In could have a
}'rites; Baptist Church-Rev. A.Llghjtoots Young
I Mine Sara Bred plans, for ,securing/ a "shout hut, the past, Mr. Sewell stated that Vining ''and a. 1 L. Crew The good rain and increase volume,
'pctor of 'uSHStrsO-lwcA-;; '4o.ndHUB'1. :u:d reportedyt t.t.4 "alOptt iti the Of WAVE: Ratings Willie C.. Mitchell, Ocala 4ifgro llradfurd'a'quoLaT\ of 1100,000 Adjutant Is selected by .the Ex- It Is likely) Jhat growers.would en'1 1
boy likes to rideHe! doesn't means: that every "reKponalble" ocutlve Oommlttwr and! will be Joy three more''weeks 'o( good
]; .. Them, director of the of the'1'I'O
progress p. The committee Professional trafnlng: I s noteftpentlal deem to> be particular aa to what citizen In the county will have to nppodtned later. Newly-elected shipping, an the "North Carolina }
SQ-YMC. will help In provld- expressed approval" the for enlisted..personnel! In he rides just so he doesn't have invest around $250 If the quotais I officer will be Installed June 8. crop Is not expected I n until
t; the Easter music' program oneulay Scoutmaster's plans for a scout the Wave or Spars, but those to w a I k Bicycling, however, to be reached. The Adjutant repotted a total around May 10. The.8'8OI\

evening.All work shop, and offered assistanceIn with previous training may receive seems to be his favorite mode of H. N. Fairbanks, president- ,of 100 percent paid up membership Plant City has Just ended with .
( services will be held from ratings up to chief petty travel, and If he doenu't have a elect of the club gave a report and a motion wait made and 3,088,329 pinta shipped, for which ,
e0()1 to 9:00: p. m, In the Baptist helping to arrange for this II officers, It was pointed out this bicycle of his own handy he soon on the state convention held In unanimously curried extending a growers received $642.614.71. f

hurch. added facility. week by Mrs. J'annetleYoung.! appropriate one to his own use Jacksonville Monday vote of thanks to Legionnaire H. Volume was light there also, being .
(A Sunrise Service will beheld Plans were discussed for aiding Hpeclal Navy recruiter for Starke. and rides off on Itt 1\.. Carlton for his untiring eflorts more than two million pints )

i the lawn of the Baptist Church some of the Scouts to attend the Ratings and pay for the Willie had been In Jail at Green SMALL! HOUSE In behalf of the lost and Its below 1912.Starke .

Barter!: morning. The. church annual encampment of the North women's reserve..9f the Navy and I Cove.,Springs for stealing bi BURNS THURSDAY membership. Out of a total of
ores will sing "As It Began town Florida Council this summer The Coast Guard, she added are the cycle SD when last Friday he && members for 1942, membership ContractorNow
." Mrs. L. A. Canova is re- Troop budget plan was Also discussed same as for other enlisted person- rode off on the wheel belongingto I About 10 A. M. yesterday a due for 1943 have been paid by t

slble for the music. 4 ,and It was reported that nel >In the armed forces. As a James Johnson, the colored delivery fire of undetermined origin broke 59 member. In Nassau
the Troop Is studying a budget Chief Petty Officer a volunteer boy for Canova's Pharmacy, out In one of the four small The Poet. by unanimous vote,
\'ant More Magazines plan that will Include an annual wUl receive $126 per month plus Police A. X* Alvarez already had a fabricated house near the corner authorized the Adjutant to 'Luue In order to Insure hut own per.*
in of Jefferson and Church 1943 membership curd to Obe sonol safety and that of his
camp. $2.75 a day for subsistence lineS on him. His home being In streets 1
I Mr9 L. W. Koch who I Is head- The Troop Committee Is com- the event government facilities Ocala the Chief got In touch with belonging to'M. B. Futch. Tech. Hall and Albert Blonlker two of equipment, and to abide by theNation's

g a drive to recruit current posed of L.; R. Bristol W. N. are not available.All the Ocala police, who arrested Sgt. and Mrs. W. M.: Krueger of the members wbo are In the rules of censorship J.

agazlnes for USO Club No. 111CA North: J. H. H 0 n c riel, Bryan applicants are enlisted as him and held him until officers Chicago lived there (the third armed force of the Country, and M. "talk"Edward was not at ,libertyto

). expresses her gratitude Whitfield R.. H. Cox and L. A. apprentice seamen, sent to a naval went for him Monday. He was house from Jefferson Street), Sgt. to charge the name against the before he wont away
of the Poet Obe Hall I is ten days ago< to accept a dove
all those who have of the Krueger being at the Camp and account
responded Shepherd. The next meeting training school and there rated brought back and placed In I
i jenerously to her plea through the committee will be held Mon according to their ability, follow. City jail, where he will make Mrs. ,,Krjwcger at the USO-YWCA with the Marine In California. ernment >contract In concrete

columns of the Telegraph onarch day night. April 26, at 8:30: o'- ing indoctrination.Set headquarters for the next 60 days three blocks distant. while Albert Sloniker Is. an M. P. I work.He Is not talking overmuch {
19. Among the number lock. while work Starke'sstreets. Since no one was at home, the stationed at Camp Blanding'
to relieve men at naval helping but Mrs. Edwards said.
up The Legion Instructed the Adjutant now Tuesday
ho have fire was under way when the
responded to her call, .
e desires The Scout Troop meets_ each and .coast guard stations duty Fire' engine arrived on the scene, to order 2,000 poppies for "that she had received a letter
especially to thank evening. Waves and Spars Is limped Before they left Ocala, however from him
Thursday for the but the fighters soon had the Poppy l Duty, and to arrange for stating that he left
e Women's Auxiliary .of the to the continental limits of the the police forced him to tell blaze extinguished. However, the suitable advertisement In the local Miami by.plane Sunday. March

l copal Church which has senta Attend Association United States. Enlistment ages where the stolen bicycle was. He house was very badly damaged press as to the significance of 28, arriving In Naaan Monday.

total of 101 magazines for I are from 20-36 years with two had ridden It to Waldo, sold it and all the personal effects of the the day. K. G. Duncan and W. 8. He said that when the weather
oldiers. Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Hemingway years of high school or business for $2 and purchased a ticket on I occupants were lost. Mrs. Kruejrer Sibley were duly elected delegate. was favorable the trip could be
They want more Rev. and Mrs. A, E. Llght- coll ge. All must be United the bus and rode Into Ocala In I returned from the usa just to the Department Convention, made by plane In an hour.

games not more than two foot, Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. T. States citizens of good character' style. In time to find that her fur coat, and W. B. Sewell and II. T. Haley Ho has a three-months' con-
innths old, she said B. Harding and Mrs. H. L. Hough at least five feet tall and weigh- The bicycle has been delivered a number of expensive electrical an alternate delegates. Delegate tract, has his equipment set up

attended the meeting of the Baptist ing not lens than 93 pounds. back to James Johnston. : appliances, radio, and all their were Instructed to support the and .Is already doing some work.It .
!cycles FoundPollco New River Association at Local applicants should contact clothing except what they were candidacy of Jess DavU an lJe Is the land of "Wollle" and the

Graham last Friday. During the Mrs. Young or write direct to the Dickman Family MovesMr. weaetn If ware burned. Dttrtment Commander. Duke of Windsor, a very beautiful
[ Chief A. L. Alvarez has W. M. S. hour Mrs. E. J. Dr1 Navy Recruiting station In the Sgt. and Mrs. C. M. Luker, also The Post went on record as country, he said but he Is

news for three forlorn kell of Jacksonville spoke In the Post Office Building at Jackson and Mrs. B. S. Dickman, From Chicago, lived In the adjoining recommending that the Bradford very lonesome. "There Is nobodybut
gsters. He announced thisI't'k Interest of the Church In Men- ville. who have been living for the past (fourth) house, both County Fair Association hold a men over here," he wrote,
that he had'on hand at the doza, Argentina, which the Bap- several months In the R. J. Davis couples having moved In one week fair during the fall of 1943, with "no women at all." There Is a

he CIty Hall three bicycles that had tists of Florida are contemplating Church Homecoming green stucco house on Temple ago yesterday. Very little damage pecldal emphasis 1 on home-pro- strong probability that Mrs. Edwards -
1\\ found here memorial to Rev. this 1 week to ( fly for short
the and there over building on a Avenue, moved wan done to their house except ceased food displays. may over a
three city during the last two or II Frank Fowler, the first foreign The Fourth Sunday Service, Tampa where Mr. Dickman has from water, and all their Mrs Kffle; Johna spent Thursday visit while he Is over there.
: weeks, which the owners missionary from the State of April 23, will be observed as an accepted a position with J. W. effects were saved. Fire ChiefR. In Jacksonville shopping and His former, partner in the
might have by coming to him and I Florida, and who worked In Argentina all-day Homecoming meeting at Connor &: Bonn, Jmullng contrac C. Buford had not had tune to visiting her sister, Mm. Minnie Bradford Engineering., L. R.
properly Identifying.No for 30 years. Rev. Fow- the Bethel Baptist church. The tors. Fred Dickman. 16-year-old try to determine the origin of McCutcheon. Isbell, has been there for about

ler was at one time Pastor of morning service will be conductedby son who Is In the 10th grade in the fire. The only possible clue a year, and there are several other f
Church In Strickland, of BHS will remain' In Starke until Florida boys there who Mr. Edwards -
the First Baptist the Rev. J. E. was that butane gao was used for {Welfare Workers Leave {
Points RequiredThe Starke. JackHonvlIle and the evening ser- the close of the session. Mr heating, and Mrs. Krueger was knows, he _Id.
vice by the Rev. Curtis Harris of Dickman has been with the Wolf- not certain whether she turned Mrs. Jut. E. Wilson 1 Is now

real point to readingIJuvenporfii James B. Cone Green Cove Springs. A basket McLeod Construction Co., for the off the ga or not. Mr. Flitch alono In the Courthouse office of Postal Employe Back j

'ta.--L, novel. dinner will be enjoyed. past three years. could not be reached for a statement the District Welfare Board. About I
"t alley' of DecUion..' ta reja,- James B. Cone 52. a native of Their son Burton C. Dickman as to Insurance though It ; two weeks ago Mrs. John Acosta Mrs. J. C. Wernnlck. of Or-

'ui"n and enjoyment' for the I Starke, died Wednesday April 7, Cemetery Working who Is an Aviation Machinist's was thought Insurance wa car i who had been with the Board for lando, who was with the local
whth?r King, her tory Just M I at his home In Lake Butler, after Mate second class on one of the ried on the buildings. about six months, accepted a pool Postal Telegraph office for 16
litr moiher. Alma : an Illness of several months. He An all-day working will be heldat Navy's big VP-74 bombers, surprised Lion with the State Unemployment months while her husband was

a Kwjit aria Mir.olack'sang : was a member of the Methodist the New River Cemetery on his parents with a phone New Service In Jacksonville.Mrs. with the Camp Telegraph, Stationat
Lt "w wife of Davenport : Church and had lived In Lake Thursday. April 22. Come ,and call from Norfolk, Va., Monday. Druggist Ila Reale, who has been Camp handing ban returnedto
RnsMll Daven-
POrt editor of life Butler for the past 22 years. bring someone with you who can: April 5. He had been at Trinidad V. B. Howard, who has been with the Board for 18 months Is the office after an absence of i
magailn clerk. since last September. to leave for Tampa. Her husband two months at her home In Orlando ,
You may find this. book at Besides his widow, Mrs. Leona work, too.--R. H. Green, druggist at Carpenter's DrugStore j
thm Mr. Davis has rented the house U employed there, and she has :.. Her husband was Inducted
Public Ubr< Cone he .Is survived by two ions for the post year or more i
ash building) if aryVoman' Marvin D. Cone Frankllngton. N. Prayer and Fellowship to Lt. and Mrs. Justice Relck. has accepted position with the been transferred to the Tampa Into tbe Army at Camp handing
you are lucky. District will remain with the March and has the same work
11 and r2
DOt U. S. Navy Deen Co.. at Carabello and
Drug
uk to have C. and J.,Fred Cone ChurchAt I
yow name. At Methodist Welfare Board. Mrs. Wilson said -radio operator-that he had In 1
:old.. to the waiting list. Norfolk Va.; three sisters Mrs. Recent Births has been there for six weeks. Mrs. civilian life.Mrs. I
.... Susie Andrews Mornslon. iris,, 3:30: o'clock Wednesday aft. Howard retained her position at yesterday.
have been> wiuit"They and Mrs. Julian Scott, !
Mr.
log taV5lo1 John A Q 4 *frs. meet Carpenter's.
.pradaGMd. b Were Ex- Clyde Mrs. Havana Cob on. .Starke; two brother ing ernoon.of prayer April 21 and, a fellowship special will Lawtey April 9. girl: M:. B. Rosier, originally from Revival ServicesThe Sam Curry, of Lake Wiles I r '"
whose husband la
y W. L White Mr. Mrs. Ralph Stewart stationed at ,
and
and
Starke. Lake Butler but recently from *
"B..n.bo Church
Cone, Methodist
F.
William\ held at the !
Away. bY."OhD *, be Curtl Harris will Edward Mass. has bfoen.
SMlnFUt- Yates Starke AprU 9, girl; Rev. Camp .
brie Morrl+t"n. all churchesare Shamrock came to Starke April '
*. Or "*ltheen of tM Charles R. Cone!, to which the ladles,of : Mr. and Mrs Raymond Brady Mrs. Rosier conduct a series of revival meetings the Postal Telegraph alnce' 1
7 fill the
Top, Sun- to vacancy.
I........ by stun ,7 .Johnmon. AU Funeral service were hel 2I In the : cordially Invited. A rectal Bryan. Lnwtey. April 10, girl; and their son and daughter will at the Bethel Baptist Church February. Mrs. Edna Brock Is N W'W'wltb
this &Iaol 1I1aa1' more new day afternoon at 4 o'clock and 'Invitation, It also extended to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Paul Hurst, remain In Shamrock until the starting Sunday. Services will beheld the manager, having come te> i

at t.he nr&.rJ' Lake interment! Butler was Methodist In Dekle Church Cemetery. I II mothers and wives of .service men. Waldo. April boy. school there close each evening In the week. Starke In August 1942. I:i

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IlRADJI'ORD COUNTY TKXKQBAPn. 8TARKK:, FLORIDA FRIDAY. ,IPgR

PAOIq TWO ==55



: Are YOU Helping to Push It Over? 1 Health The First Aim Of Education And DefenseBy


stay with us as comfortable and know how badly this. is needed in thoroughly and !Ia ready( to

abi Dr. Irving It. Abrams safe as possible. our counties. I you.Miss

; i Director, Cluy-llradfonl County Hundreds of men and women Enlarge our prenatal> clinic so Margaret Ho l
and. that all pregnant women who nurse In Bradford :;
Health Vnlt In our coun tie a of Clay I
Bradford have syphlllla and yet cannot afford a private doctor can are !sorry! to lose hot b'.he

In thea emergency days ot they do not know It for the slmpl come to us for care up to thi i la .getting a job wth1 a.

iood scarcity, housing shortages reason that they have not bee;n time of her delivery without any I in Income.Bradford She has done fine,

and lack of other Important services blood-tested.. Hundreds of chit- charge. County, She ""11
replaced
hookworm disease an Infant and ..hU-1 around June h
dren have Organize: "
to the civilian populationIt Carolyn Inman
which can be prevented by a few drrn'a clinic In various convenient and We are
lit a comfort to know that we ously awaiting Mrs t
of the counties BO that IJUnan'1
%
procedures. parts
simple
+ can till maintain the most Important rival 80 our program
mothers can bring their babies ir wU!
Count
D9t
asset of living-the health The Clay-Bradford ;; I inocula held up.

of our people. Health Is a difficult Health Department offers man; for feeding advise and Mr.. James Hobbs-

word to define. Masters of services to the people of this com- tions. spector who will -s&n1tarr

Sys.. PsEBVLOVAU higher education have filled pagesin ,munlty. Health Education through talks duties In both Boon take

r s t /( dictionaries with all aorta of Some of them are: movies, posters newspapers and counties
AMERICAN home visits will be continued.This I :Mr. Harmon Bay.r- 0u
definitions Nevertheless 'we- Syphilis and GonGr.:_ ('IInlc *
.. rla Control Eng<
ne ,
--.- aIr of u.-know.and feel when wo :Monday 10:00: to 12:00: and 7H:: ell seems like an ambitious r

j'i M =:- have bad health. Even the baby P. M. to 8:00: P. M. at Oreei program. We will say this to Miss Betty Green--our-) ,
?
conscious centers in 1 clerk at Starke who h
whose higher Cove Springs. to
If want that type of

fff a, -::::'':;;::::- the brain are not :developed' ; lose will Monday: 1:30 to 3:00: at' Wes you.program you we will give It to you. of all records and is ttaa!

when he has pain or
...::f- = cry locol.
-- diarrhea and there is a type of health service Mrs.: Carrie
-.:=.:::::..-:::::::::::=. weight have a Tuesday 10:00: to 12:00 Noor Cf Ingram. ,
fever wheat he ianick. nature that handles the clerical
vomiting or a of a preventive deUlii(
and 7:00: to 8:00: P. M. at Btarke. M)

\ These things will happento Tuesday: 1:30 to 3:00 P. M.: at we cannot give we will get It Lawtey clinic.

__, the baby even though he can- Lawtey. From the State Health Depart- Miss Netty Eddy. Our cis

not talk and tell you his troubles. clerk at Green Cove
as Wednesday 1:00 to 4:00: P. Mat ment If at all possible. Dr. Sprints
I
Good health la as Important
I wish
Green Cove Springs.Thursday Florida State especially to thank
freedom. Humans can accomplish Henry Hanson the
I Hazel Nell
1:00 to 4:00: P. M. at Geiger who Is AM t
almost anything with It. WithoutIt Health Officer and his staff in I nected with the Health n

we are lost. Our boys In the I Starke. FucksonvUle 1 s ready whenever merit but who offered her ,

armed forces, fighting and dying' Prenatal Clinics possible to cooperate with our vices In making health

't \ for the folks back home want to' (Cure of Pregnant Women) :county Health Department in offering ''ua. patio

know how their folks are getting 10:00: to 12:00: Noon on first service to you. GET BEHIND -
? third Wednesday of every :My friends in (Peep (i
-- -- along. Is their milk pasteurized and YOUR HEAJ/TH DE-

Is their water safe to drink? Is month at Green Cove Springs and PARTMENT. We are working Springs and Starke the ami

[ft" the sewage and other waste be- second and fourth Thursday 10:00: 'or your good. of the Draft Rotary Club. w
Board.
ing disposed of properly? Are the to 12:00: Noon THE STAFF Board Count,

restaurants sanitary ? Is that Field Nurses visit schools giving May I take this opportunity of City Commissioners, Sheriff!!
his staff Woman's Club cirj
w privy In good repair Did Jimmy Inoculations to protect against Introducing our personnel in this ,

Sd, ii\\ receive the protective inoculation diphtheria smallpox, typhoid fever I Indirect way? Defense organ Iz R t Ion &)
Board principals and
against diphtheria, typhoid, and whooping cough.Investigation Mrs. Ollie Belle Lacedonlaur teachm
:
May we request that
I: fever and smallpox? Did the I by doctor and san- efficient Clinic nurse. wherever possible the when leads

whole family back home have itary Inspector of any communicable .
their blood testec for syphilis? lathe : disease or sanitary complaint. Mrs. Katherine B. Ca n o v a- clubs, schools and churchill J

baby gaining weight prop- Tleld nurse working in Clay this: message to their mar:,.(
wf PLANS
other FUTURE bounty. Mrs. Canova knows the ind the teachers In all Kh
erly These and many questions
f' Already the news columns are begin- tion will help protect the average Americanfrom the boys on the lighting lowing We are services now: planning the fol- .I county:: and public health work .o: their children.

the ravages of spiraling prices. front want to know.In control
that various Florida communities Intensify our yphl. s so
to report
ning gained turn we are vitally Interested -
their War Loan Too there are definite advantages that as many persons as pOl'slblewith
have exceeded to In our sons brothers antfathers this -disease under alt'I
direct can get
Government can go I
before the campaign is yet when the who are fighting: for wand sit.
Drive quotas it needs treatment. It la the duty of every .
the people for a part of the money sacrificing so much. We wantthem man and woman, boy and girl,

half over. the scientific rather than to the professional lenders. to return safe and sount to have a blood test. Those
were determined on when this war is won. We want
Quotas to need have fear
several lessons in regard found positive no
ha.iis of population and increase in History has with fis- them to return to a community; It is treated with the strictest =- /.1 Joe Marsh
from wars offer them and their
emerging that can
during the past year and governments confidence. Those who can afford
bank deposits monied interests. families a safe place to live-safi
was asked to cal policies dictated by It should go to their private
County
Bradford malaria hookworm -
from syphUliH!,
prosperous of evidence as
Americans have no lack physician. ,
other
lend Uncle Sam $169,000. of them typhoid fever and Orfrnnlzo a I.--ulth Committee! Rat from where I sit! It'si
the meaning of this war. Most diseases-safe from hazards of In John Trumbull our postmaster,
the to
that we-on consisting of men and women who
unthinkable ronsolationnow Iliad rat. .
is his "
It looks from
threat to all who cherish sanitary conditions. If our community up newspaper
the real all the various
threshold of Camp handing that has understand falls short and fails tt represent groups yesterday and says: "I see they tlon Is o\'er-to see how md
in
it a
answering In and Bradford coun-
living Clay
brought tangible financial benefits to every- liberty. They are do Its duty for Its own good wt ties. The Is to interpret caught another one o' them soaUoD anti tolerance him I pi:"

fall down on variety of ways with I quiet purposeful might as well admit we are not purpose called 'gang-lords' of the Prohibition up in Its place.Nowadays .
in this entire area-should and bring, the Health 1 Depnrt.ment'

one has been assigned to us. hearts and without fanfare. supporting the war effort. Only program to the people and era. if a man eni"Wonder
that efforts and planningof
this job through the
War Bonds is an intelligent to let us know the desires and of beer :
poured literally millions of Sale of the health department, sup. how long It's going friendly glass or

t r 'Uncle Sam has and he is convenient method for raising funds directly ported by an enlightened clllzenrj needs of the community. to take us to wipe out the evil after a day's work, he note!
community now the
dollars into this and Intensify sanitary programind / Prohibition left behind do it in clean respect
Y for conduct of the war can these things be accomplishedThe living not can
the people In
from bring improvements
asking us to lend a mere $169,000 to supply of the purchasingpower health unit Is In a position conditions whenever possible.Organizo to mention the billions of dollars surroundings but he kno
off
part
ea' for our own sons and brothers and for drawing to give direct service to all school it cost the people?" that no bootlegger or Ranges: :
guns of the goods n program so
to protect the presently in excess the people of this community because all making a red cent on ItIlprd
husbands trying that children through high
who are The wisdom of having personal it ban the desire, facilities,,. Well, John's right I/: o' course. }
available. school. can have a physical ex- <
J freedom of us all. 'which. ){to draw in readjustment and personnel. On the other unlnation, preventive inoculationswhen to believe .America couhl Oe teu4A'o.

Christian Science Monitor in 'a recent financial reserves upon hand the people's need for organized ever pass a law like Prohibition.
The to require necessary. Health education 0'-
itJ days ahead is too plain health service exists but.
editorial, said: in the schools with participation -

_ its Second War Loan Drive exposition. A not known to many people. by "the" teachers is a goal

; In launching is Making a success of the Second War Many persona are not aware ol \ are would like to reach. We all 57 of a Serie' Copyright 1943 Brewing L d wry FtutUr.
States Treasury that:
April 12, the United job for each the great amount of disease

aided by the fact that a large number of Loan Drive is an individual l Is ;:hidden of the Insanitary conditions -

appreciate the relation American. It is one way of expressing) and health Ignorance tha

citizens now accurately democratic blessings. The exists. Look In the backwood

of War Bond purchase to inflation. gratitude for endeavor of our counties and you will find c ,ryr'

; recognize that attainment of the. $13- drive is an exercise in co-operative it. Have you visited the backwoods .
They will
and its energetic prompt fulfillment of "Boomtown"? Have yoi r
not only will facilitate pay-
sy 000,000,000 goal at home; to encourage- seen 10 families with young babies
; contribute to unity
certain number of war implements shack without running -
ment for a allies and to dismay Jiving In one :

but by absorbing a portion of the ment among America's water, all using a common
,
loose in the Na- among the critics and enemies of democracy. outhouse a common shower, i a

excess purchasing power common washing machine? I have

this-1.their( families! unprotected -'
STATE: OF FT.OIUUA: JoanKllmilwtb seen

Bradford Ii d County t Telegraph co. J. J.Whiling Kennedy whose 1813:!rexldenceIn McDonald gainst disease these people battling an
The r y Ave.. Brooklyn. New York. to Jive) decently
You are required to appear on worse off than the pioneers 01
&tab..... 1871C. I "4S In the above named ,
May :Srd. of white
days. I am talking
wherein plaintiff past v
Court and rauae. jv
MUMBUR.FLORIDPRliSSASsOCIA11ON. I seeks. divorce. Bradford CountyTeleKraph folks as well as of colored. A 'I
shall publish thin OrderIn of families of men
number
large
+ next four weekly Indue fii
# Wit noun my hand and official In the armed forces are living)

NA1DW.9)fIQRW.) seal at Htarke., Florida,, this March( under these conditions: and we

SOlh. 1..3.OFFICIAL. : owe It to them to make their
SEAL) A.S. Thomas
L. Matthew -_______ Editor zed Owner8UBSCKIPTION ( An Clerk of quid Con it. _
T. Frank Btarke, FloriditAtly .i:* fiHrriT romT. OR"O"'OItI)
for r.drllm. J-Z8 4t 4I1IN COI'NTV. FI.ONIIAIV CHANCEIlV. : -
( KATE ;: .
W. H. Hall. Plaintiff v.. Martha
Yearly $..1$1 i Si' :*: Mantha. $1.00_ rlltCriT COIHT. lilt.\HFOHItC U. Ball Defendant.. Caoe No. 23UKDKll I
tl'MTY. KLOIilH.ll IV t'I2.tNc'FItY. OF PrilIJCATlON
: .NO NOT1CR: TO APPKAItSTATE I
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered mm 8eo-! Paths Carter Plaintiff v... nolle OF FLORIDA to: Marti.
t.1\.... No. 2426. residence In ituiJ
Office at Starke. Pia.t Carter Defendant. (I. Hall, whose
at the Port
end Cl_ Matter .
OF I'ItBLiCAT10NAND I Alabama.You
y I 01tr._>BI Montgomery
NOTICE TU At'I'liAllHTATK lr to 01 I I
:
OF FUOIIIDA to: Lucll. May r.r.r9\\In the. bos.J1."a'm: .<
roimT. HKAIIPORIICOIINTV. ivett. and to all purlieu InterestedIn Carter whose residence In' Route i I ourt and oAuee, wherein plalntlf,
iv ctRftirr/ FLOKIUtl IN CHAM.CKHV. Ulherty Dry OleanerH and laundry (lox II, Everett City, Ueorcla. seeks divorce. Bradford Count).
I I
Corporation ,
Florida
thin Ordein
Company a You me required to appear 01 Telegraph[ nhall publish
Kerrell Oraham. Plaintiff v.,. : May 1943 In the above namet next four weekly InniieM.WltaeHN .
Hulh N. Graham, Defendant.rase You are required. to appear on Court and caune, wherein plaIntiff'! my hand and nfflclaReal
Lydwell It 4)3OHDKK May 10th 1X3 In the above namisl seek. divorce. and other relief I at Mcurke, Florida. thlM MarrlJ4th.
Nn.
L'
-I NOTH'K OK1. PlTTtt.tOATIO TO AI'PKAIt: I IANII majority Court. of and the raue stockholders wherein. Bark a Bradford/ this County Order.Telegraph In. next Bhalpubllxh foul. .. 1(43. :r. andyoullalways have tobacco

8TATB OF FUOKIUA to: LordwellN. the. voluntary dliMtolutlon of natd. weekly Innuen.Wltneaa (OFFICIAL As Clerk of said l hurt.
residence In IOJGOlorln > corporation. Bradford County TeleKraph my hand and official sea
t Graham Avenue whose, Durham North shall. pnhlUh said Order In at Htarke Florida thin April I rd.. I Iuu. 3. C.' Durrnnce.. Jacksonville. Florda. "
four weekly iBaueM.Wltnem I I. Atty. for Plf 9-Z 4t 4-11 in
I next
Carolina.l old !
You are required to appear on my hand and officialn A. .J. Thorns IN t-iiti VIT rnriiT. RKADPONICOI'NTY. CHAN.) four tobacco box
said Court FLORIDA IN
May 3rd, IIU In the abuse named .al at Utarke, Floridathl.. April Aa Clerk of OFFICIAL BKAL';), .
<(< court and divorce.cause Ilrndfurd wherein\ plaintiff County :3, tlU j A. J. Thomas Knight A. Knla-ht Stark., Florida. ';Liirn. l.'iulwe ToiinB plaintiff viCharlee I 10'
seeks .hall puhllnh\ thin Order A* Clerk of said Court.OFFICIAL A It,.... for Plf. 4-9 4t 4-S( Henry Young, Jr., LK-fen> I
Telegraph I
... was a kid About for
In next four weekly lamina.Wltnemi ( HKAl.KnUht .) dent Ca No 23011OJIDKIl WHEN my months ago I that'll bring me back $4 00
and official noolnt KnlKht. Utarke, Florida Nellce of iBtrmtlon. t.. apply to tat OF PUHLJCAT10NANI father used to log a started buying War
A
.. tone Bonds
.
n.y'h..nd .. i TO APPKAIt on In.tb.teDdedupwiththlard'raln .
F lorld, this April Ind., for letltloners. 44t430 l.eKl.lal.r of Florida to p a. : NOTICE every $3.00 pot
Starke. Attorney F1XJRIOA to: Charleilenry
the
etal l.aw.Notice OF Payroll
.f '._..1 or "p HTATR : Savings PUn.
143OFFICIAL J. ThomasA. IM hereby. given to all whom Young Jr., whole r..ld..n" ThoM Bond* are btginnmtto
( SEAL) A. IJT TIIH COV NTY JI'IMJWH (' ''HT that the untlrrelKned Unknown. Figured it w.the least I could
of aald Court It may concern I.n urc OD jeor Maej end And I'm
Clerk II f O It U Lenin. to or to mount op now.
Kin IN A N1 Von H H A Intend to apply for the You are required appear do for Uncle Sam.
C-harleH. Miller, Jacksonville. at thIteirular .. the above named M it is bas
4.? 4t 4JOnun COUNTY. FI.OIl11A. liiture of Florida to pass May Srd 1943. In ie going to Ae: p them mounting
Atty. for I'If. IN ItM: KsTA1'i; K ttI.'- ,KeeKlon held In 1M3! IApaclnl ('ourt and cause., wherein plaIntiff) Aad jeall bate teboceem t
annr* And that's wb
nItADRORIIi : M9RCI18\ .F. 1IUOWN. or Ix>cal Law cancernlnn. neck divorce. llradford Count the only way I up. Foe I've diacovered:

n I WT\tT, KI.OHIIIAI fovirr.X IN CHAN : l)1'.10..1A' >I.II.SI'TI''..1 .TO rl\nITUIt. Bradford ubMnnoe County,III Florida.an allows whist; .\nA..t Teleiiraph In next four hall weekly.publlnh(IHBUVH.Vltnena thin.. Ordei rem ... Mecca ..*" thought about It until jut swell faring it i is to be .."

C'fr*II%*. Plaintiff ..... You and each. of you are hereby law In to authorize. and permit. the \ my hand and offlclaneal Well, the word stuck with recently. int...on a plan that'i regul"as
Jr. ,
.r. t\ and required to present C inl Hlonera olllradford Florida, this MarctHth.
Ole..nnb No. notified of County >n at Utarke. .
Nary. ..fen".nt. Case any claim and demande which you, Hoard County Flo..ldlte> trnnfer ..- 141.OFFICIAL. me, but I guess the moral Now all of a sudden I've' clockwork adidn't nd twice as.""
or .1 you. may have mtatnel j now .-..rrled In ..nrwhich 8KAM!' A. J. Thomna.
sale.ORDtdit OF PITtlt-lCATION I f the :t"At".f of Marou* F. Brown: moneya may accrue to the credit ..f' ( Ail Clerk. ot Raid CourtT. d1acoveed that-foc the first So r/n singing fathers toil
AM NOTICE TO APPHAK8TATH .. late of .al Ii aea ed. of County: Frank I.nndrum. tune lit the
MaryIlleecon Hoard
to: the .
history of
OK F-I.OKinA lfordCounty No matter how hard Yours a little different.
tUe n f llra< (County, Florida. In trulloml Atty. for Plf. -M 4t 4-lt I tried
whose r.yldenre un- urr..r..flora';! : his. riffleIn Bradford: ; Fund : __ TruJ.r-l .
I llefunrtlnir Account .1 never seemed to be able .a.ladough.. "Ofc Mre War B..ds sad*f*
F1orIda > wf
kn..wn. the Court HOUIM at Htarke. Fund. held In the nam iv ciMrtiT COI-HT. nRADFOnnrul'NTY. rear
You'are required. to above appear name.lourt on l< within eight.. ralendar month itch of and other admlnlHtered. by the Halelloard FI.0111111 IN (''',,::01- to save up a red cent. Every month rain. oc.ihine. H>e ia year ....

.)1"rd' and. 1943 cause In lh wherein. ph.lntlff from of the thl date. notl.of..the. Each first claim publication or of County County. Commlmtlonera Florida. Ma xhiUhe 01llradford ('V It YOeor'ae .F. Itorneker.. "lain tiff. v... But r-a all diff.r.nt ncll-or-high-water ('m ark ng Aad ,...g aln,. keys ........ a
CountyTtlevrnph / ....
,..."k. divorce Bradford..h thla OrdeiIn demand must he In wrltlnicantl moat deemed to be to the bent In.t.r"t Addle Maxine Perry Horneker. t>e. now y a War Bond. Bond y.t..ld leis 6s"
phall pulU of resilience and of nradford. No. I40OORI
mate the place of the County fondant ('as.
n.-xt four weekly lumiea.Wltne and official. poet office address. of the claimant of Florida a" n whole. : by; th.aid >BU OF ri'IU.ICATTON
Plate
"" my hand this MarrH and moat .b* a. rorn to by the Hoard of County Commlimlon'T AND NOT1CR TO APPPJAKHTATE
,
anal at Htarke. KlorU Claimant hU Kent. or hit attorney. OF FLORIDA to: AddU
Yard!, 1943. A. J. ThomaiAn or the aame will become void This notice authorised. In reaulaiKe.Nlon "' Maxine Perry Horneker. who. ad. SAVE WITH U.S. WAR
8HAM
tFFiCIAL of .wild i Court uccnrillnir. to Law.. of the Hoard of Counts dress la Unknown. BONDSEVERYBODL.ECERY
Clerk .i. This 6th day of April. JX1.Fli CommUalonera of Tlrndford CountFlorida .>. Yon are. required to appear or
H. K. Perryman.Pit. Starke*-**. florid! >ren<-. n nrnwii.Koeutrlx liHtate this &th day of April A. P.UUi1"'U'd May :3rd. 1943. In. the .above namedCourt AT LEAST 10%
Atty. for of the and cauae, wherein plalntlflieekn PAYDAY.
nf Marvuti F. Brown [)..ca.e l It tunriT 01:8'1' BHI>KOMI.',1 4-> 4t 43Uiv Bradford County Florida. Teleitraph. shall publish thin Ordei
i tllA.tlVoluntary .
(OINTY PLUHlUtl I> ny M. O. Ifirrell.. Chairman.'Atte In next four weekly Issues
Cent Y. CIIICI'IT rniiHT.'OI'Nrv 118"II"ORO. .-.: A. J. Thun"" .. ,, Witness. my hand and officialHeal
ol '* this MarchMh. -
,
IUBjnlutlon .. Xtarke. Florida
IN KL::: < FLOII/IAi 11 i 'N. Clerk/ at

UIPKHTTI : IIHT P.\.N'I.AN"H y. a Florid. 'KltV. .. of all kind fasale i ? 1141.CFFIC1AI., .
IINKrirvorporatlun COM William J. Wahlling. IMalntlff. v Office supplier ( FClerk .'f'sttldTCourt. This

Cane. Nn. 9415OEtUE \! Joan ".II."h. ir. .. Defendant at Th llrtuUcn Count]'I T. Frank. Aa Ij\ndrum, Stark., Klorldi .pacol. a
: AN!I ( 4t Oat
a.1 ANDR WSMOTORaCOMPANY'
'aOHl"iCK Plf.
for
( NYrirEPTOLAPP: )A1't 1 OF ri'TU.IfATIOVI Telegraph. Atty.
I 8TATK OK FLOJUPA to! Ilet.. I NOTICW: TU ATl'BAlt






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about. i m. riHcriT rot'HT. IIRInFOHDOl"STY May 3rd, 143 In the atvov namiutCourt i
fLOHIIiAl IN CMIM.CKNV. and cause, wherftin plaintiff
' School Journal Ona Mae playing baseball tother: I seeks dlvorrA. n ra nfor4 CountyTelegrapb
afternoon. Boy! She was having t.*>tha. Mae Callirarln.. Plaintiff' vn.c'harUa I shall publish this Order
fun.Aileen Culla-arta, rmlant.. (Can In neat four weekly IWIUIMI.V1tntiiifi .
some No. 240S, I \ ray hand and official neatnt
K. wonderin. what's gon fmOKK!: OF PITIiLirATIONANP rHark. Florida, thla March
NOTU-M TO ArTRAK 27th 1943.tt1FFBIAL! .
STAFF na take place next. STATE OK Kl''''1(11)10: Chark.CnllKirln .-. ( KRAI.) A..1. Thomas
fJITOKL"-L; Frances 27 t'hrntnut. Avenue, An clerk, nf Raid CourtT.
In-Clllef ?- Walou DaviaEdlt.r Clinic Be ConductedAt Capacity Crowd Colley with her roties. Cannn City Colorado. Frank ndrum, Ptarke. Florida,
Virgin SewellReporter May By the way that's where Shirleygot You are required to appear on Atty for Pit 4-1 4t 4-2t:
]May 3rd. 1943. In the above namtxl
Sees 'What A Life' hers. How's about
BIOB"
1 i .___ June ; giving mo Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
..___ Patsy' Keen I BHS one Frances T seeks 11vorv. B r a dford County iv 1111(11'OI'H'r, BMAi..".>i r.
ub ...' One Day A WeekMr. Highly PraisedLast The Telegraph hall publish. thin. Orderin I-OI'VTY.' "LONn"1 c.nA"-:
Harding
._ Alice June "Soup Bowl Commandos"Worrying nest four weekly. lanuaa.Wltiim I'KHY.llomiin .
Jewell Powell: Friday night the High about what they are my hand and oftlrlal seal tOmulnr, 1'lnlntlff.I I va.Humuler Hoes
i at Htark., thin March fan No. 34aa.
Smith Florida Defendant. *
our principal .in. clinic for the benefit of students.
I ___- Isla Newsomephi School auditorium was a scene gonna cook. With Easley B. as I9lh. l 43.OKFICIAI.. Olir>Elt OF I't'flWCATIOl
ub ._ Eva Fay Galney I formed us the other day that Diphtheria Inoculations wU be of- of the great and much talked master of ceremonies and same ( .. HKAU) A..1. Thomas "Nl> NOT1CK TO APPEAR
there la a very good fered Aa Clrk of said Court. STATE! OF FlXIHtDA tnt HOMHuniulur >
children
possibility to
Martha Markey I under ten years about senior play "What A Life." goes for Gloria's "Greasy Spoons." T. Frank l.anilrum. HtoJ-kv, FlnrldaAtty riafl Muranownkl, G-:>
Shirley CoU y that BHS will be able to have a of age and the typhoid fever The Senior class as sponsor was Oh Well to me it is something for VU, 4-1 4< 4.311N Warsaw. I'oland. .

..sad *?---Clarke Tbomamrurw -I i Health Clinic which: will operateIn shots will be given to all students well pleased by the attendance, to worry about. Guess I'd bet May You'rd are., J.required 4a. In the to above appear named on'

___ Nina Bishoppgwarda the main building for at leatt who bring a written permit sine alt will agree, that the ter get busy and worry with 'em. rlRCCIT COt'NT. BKADVORttrOI'VTV. Court :::or"n; wherein plaintiffxeek :
Grldel'EDITORIAL one day a week and continue un- from home. KLOHUItl IN' l'1l.lN- r a dford County
Marjorie house was "full. By various comments So long nowl'Hrrrr CKMV.Odmww Telegraph shall publish this. UrdvrIn
til the end of the term. This Is, Members of tha faculty are of the public It can truthfully Conby. I'lnlnMff.' N'a.aale" next four weekly. tasueexWltneKK
indeed rood news and we realise C'OVltT BRADFORD goatur. Dofondant. Cao* my hand and official seal
studying written data In regard to be. said without ,exagct, hovsyy.' FLORSILll. 411 l'HAN.scar. OltDKK!: OF riMIUlCATlON at marke; Florida. tbla Mar..hO.'I'IA1.
the real opportunity and the Increasing lion that the (; ANn' NOTH'TJ TO APPKAK 29th 143
UJUC need..* that. kind of these diseases and with their help audience remained Karl: C. Ilorrlnirton Plaintiff ".. STATE tK KLOHIDA. to: Jack. ( 4",'..U.) A..1, Thomas
organization
EARS thoroughly entertained throughout n rnie. H"jrrlngton. J> ? I. n dunt.OliDKIt Coxby whoa residence l In Unknown. Aa Clerk. of said Covrt.
day 1ornlns' beSides beln& ,within our school. and cooperation It Is hoped thata tbe entire The I \... N.. You ar required lo appear on T. Frank Landrum, Htarko, FlorId.,
performance. : May 3rd. 194) In the for Pit 4-3 4t 4-J-l
of the week. wsa Crowded conditions: N- Pt'nLICATror4 above namm Atty.
Tday I as they exist campaign may be waged. If play furnished an abundance of NOTICE! TO i' I 'ourt and cause. wherein plaintiff.
that our student.ll within Starke and the State STATE OK Bernice aw***. dlvor,' Kradford 1xPNTY
i e day outlying the Board of Health Is willing -I side-epiuting laughter-the kind PLOIUDA to: I '' County iv rmrrrr COI-HT IIA"O"'O"U +

.culty underwent a changeule. communities furnish definite proof I M to place such a worthy establishment that makes for good entertainment ITort IlorrlMKton.Necessity who.. IxiuUlana.residence in TolKicraph neat four shall weekly. publish issues.. this. OrderIn (' rixmiiMi INKHY. ('HAM-

At least It was then that' well organized health clinic as the health clinic at : Perhaps a play has never You arM required to appear on Witness. my hand and official ,,, Cordon( : K llardwlnk. Plaintiff vx,

went into effect. IDIt8dng can be used to an advantage. our disposal the least that we beea presented In BHS to such a loiirt May 3rd.and 1043.raun In wherein th e about plaintiff namtxl seat SSrrt,at 1943.OFFICIAL Mtarkit. Florida this. March Oixirirlna Hard w Irk, u.fenbant.Vase .

in at them al 9:25Hhe: 'Perhaps this la even more thana I I can do Is offer It 100 percent co large audience. sr k divorce. lira dford County ( 'SISAL) A.1. Thomas itDISIt'(9. rrBL-irATION-
6:16fn Telegraph shall publish thla. Order An Clerk of said Court. '.
at :
rang Y possibility because it seems that operation. Bradford has not 10'. ANI) NOTICE TO APPl'AltSTATE
,11 High Between acts the public was In next four wurkly InRtim.. K TVrryman, Mtark. Florida I OF Jo'LHIf to: Ueorirln -
the curriculum was comb the doctor Is already in town. He had this opportunity in some time Wltn.+.e my hand and official seal Atty. for I'lf. S-2 41 4-lrf tlnrdwlrk. whose reeldenre KJanper.
entertained with
I a tap dance n. litarks.
lof a one eMslon day: Is none other than Dr. Abrams and if it in at all possible and rash 1943.OFFICIAL.. FIurIJu tnlll March Indiana
I number by Uelores Creekmore IV C'ltlfTIT COI'IIT. III tl>K'/>HI> You are required to appear on
le at 1:30: In the afternoon.Kid the new director of the Bradford we think that It Is, it should do and vocal refrain by June Patel. I I ( A". HKAI.) A..t Thomas I COO, VT", Fi.oiimii IS'lit' :\- May 3rd. 1943 \In the above nnmetl
the length of Clerk of said fouri. C ICItV. Court and wherein plaintiff
Health Clinic. raiiNe
alter County He much
not comes toward helping to T. Frank ,
preventthe Also the BHS band entertauiutl f.umlrurn Mtarkc.. Florliln, Aniti'l" Cnooo i'lalntlff. vn. AURA- Heeka .1 I vor..... Itradford > the periods and eliminated to us from Illinois and succeeds fear and outcome of these with several numbers. I I Atty. for J'ir. ,- 4t 4-J lint Cuot-u. lU'funilant.: fuss No. Telegraph shall publish. this. OrderIn
L lunch hour whichLrtltute Dr. Ford who nan been I I i next four weekly timueVltneim *. '
the recently dreaded diseases which
2101.Onr)1'n
OTICI '
but prey upon With the fulfUled the : OK ri> AI. HKTIIIN: | op. 1'.IIU.'ATION \ my hand and officialHenl I
MITU-B TO AI'PKAIC at Htarke, Florida, this Marrh0lh
there Senior class wishes to express Its whom It may concern that I have STATK OF FLORIDA tot .o\n..e. 194.1.OFFICIAL _
I. 11:15. Of course quite interested In establishing a| I.LB. this
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day filed
Final .
Upturn and llnii. worn whuno. rmlcliinr. la 414Patt ( + HKAI.) A..1. ThomaKAa
deep and
p'aaa n for -All-. of-- .this! and ----- appreciation gratification Vouch' *. !'* ait the !CxecUtrU' of lhnurlva n Avenue. Luna Ilrunoh NPwJersey. | Clerk of ..a..t.urt. << ,
students to all of those who were In < )0:. I'aro estate, and will on B. K. Florida,
hoped that many that it "chintz" the 61 h day" of Mav. makw I to'"rf.ft'an.; 8'.r3 ;i
t able to spend more timeg me was a new Jr.-Sr. Banquet, any way connected with ltd. success tlon to the fnunty Judge" ,appIlea-I. ', You arM required to appear on Ally 4t 4.10
kind of material, but I'm too > I'erryman.: of Uru.lforil County
| on the farm and else- smart to be fooled. 'Event of the Year' Florida, for Final I 1)Ischarge aa aalil
needed. Sowell Kxecutrlx of said .
they are Virginia presented the eHlate.
wherever Put on me old hlkln' clothes Set For Kllxabolh O. face, I
seem difficult for us to I Tonight director Mr. Rook, with ae Executrix of Charles F..
/ourselves to such a sudden i and hoofed it out to ye ole Gold I envelope containing 15.00 In War Puce Eatntu. 4-2 4t 4-23 OFFICE
j Head Branch last Sunday. Margaret Tonight the long anticipated
but we must realize thatfar I Stamps a present from the cast IN' CIIHTIT 'ol'ItT \UFOlln
not normal times and Strlngfellw, Judy lIcRae, banquet given for the Seniors by In token of his untiring efforts rni'vrv. KLOHin.ti I'll ('''.''\0_
Margie Reddish Margaret Beam the Juniors will take place. The and able ('Nit: 1'.
fcteton! about starting schooland direction of this presentation. Charlie, F. Myorx. Plaintiffs va.
dismissing earlier Is and (girls get a load of thla) one Juniors have been working secretly Vivian 0, Myers Defendant. Care SUPPLIES' P
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I to help us. It !la hoped that of the cutest Louies I've ever for the past several weekson It might re: wen especially to No. >413.OltliKH. OF PtTHMCATlOVANO :

J jatlsfy a majority. This Is seen, had been thinking along the their theme and as yet have call attention to William Thompson NOTICE TO AI'PKAK! ,
lines that I had and not disclosed It. there STATE OF FI.OHIMA to: Vivian
Iinue until the end of the name were However C. F. Boyer and Bryan Har- O. Mypm whona residence In 924 I III II .
land should not affect the enjoying the quiet solitude of a are a few things about the ban- tell who rendered such excellent Homh Aurora Street. Kldon.; .
Mlimourl.Vou
togs! about the campus. lake and a Sunday afternoon. quet which can be made known performances. Everyone did a are required to Appear on We Stock Items Needed In Ordinary

.T we start at 8:15: or 9:25 Congrats to Garnlta Hutto on without telling too much. The In- grand Job and to the whole cast Court May 3rd and,, 1943. In the above named. Many
curler wherein
ludenta will be able to dem- her birthday last Friday. Would vltiU'.ons! were given out April 1, of actors and workers the Senior Keek divorce ,II r a dford plaintiff County ,
!in Assembly. The servers as Telegraph shall publish this. Order Business Routine Both Civilian And Mili-
lie tbe same school spirit tell you her age .but would have class Is profoundly grateful. I IE. I In next four weekly iNHiiea.Wltneim ,
:IbUl\lasm\ that la typical of had to use crude methods to make chosen by the Junior class are F. G. mv hnnd and official deal I .
the at Htarke, Florida this .,. Let Us Your Needs .
her tell and me being the gentle following Sophomores: Ill/3 April 1. tary. Supply

newsgirl that I """. thought I'd BUNS- Home EC Gleanings I (OFFICIAL SISAL) A..1. Thomas
just let stand as approved. Maybe Mack Futch Burton P r i nee A" Clerk of Haiti. Court.
Newshum Gerald K. Hart Jafknonvlll I Flor
someone would drop me a Fred Dickman Phillip Shuford Well now that we have assembled ida:: Ally, for Plf.. 4-2 4t 423iv

{ I sho am sleepy. In note revealing the muchguardedsecret. Billy Burney Billy Brooks. In the room maybe I can stir Account Books IIox Files i

I writing She was tickled pink and : Girls up some dust and call It news. .(' rmtrrr roi'IIT. ninnfoiui' Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons
[ am ao sleepy am 01PLORInAp IN ( iiwCKK -
tilt only one eye open.: quite swept off her feet when at I Barbara Keen Marlon Johns. The girls seem to be uncertainof V. Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard
Itubv MIMred .
ing a nap with the other.I the dance Saturday nlte the band Arlene Dew Lora Crews Barbara our new schedule or at least ,.... Wnrner II. llowman Bowman efendant.Plaintiff. Card Index Files

I find I am not the only one I started playing Happy Birthdayand Home. some of them are. As for me I Case No. 2403.UKUKIt OK. rmiJCATION I Desk Calendars File Folders'!

(orgot to get up sooner. 1 everyone began singing right Herbert Green who was askedto don't worry. The main thing Is ANI NOTICE TO APPBAIt Gummed Kraft Tape '
| to out of a clear sky. Ah! Surprisesare getting here on time which Ihaven't STATE OF Kt-OltlDA toi Warner Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads" & Ink
and Betty Hazel came I serve has become another victim If. Bowman whose rttHldenea. IN rio
In their sleep. Ellae andC. I'' liable to pop up anywhere of tbe mumps. i yet accomplished. I I I Mrs Tiny Uoimett. Route 3, NorthChattanooga I Ink Eraser'" Mimeo Ink t ,;

also walking In.Iepp. these days and times. Take for We have just divided our Tenneaaen.You I Shaeffer's in Pints and '.
were The committee for the banquetwas I I are. required to appear. on Skript Quarts
Girls you are going Instance "Me. of groups again. Whee! I think this May 3rd, 1943. In the above named ,, Legal Blanks Legal fads
composed one representative I ;
le to cut out some of those II I Would like to know how many I from each of the districts time we are going to the kitchen Court. and divorce.cause,II wherein r.. ilforil plaintiffHeekH County I I oKO-leaf Ledger Outfits ,
But when old dresses and.dishes Miss Stump '.- and tomorrow at that. Telegraph\ shall publish thin .
iour at night. that we have students coming I, Carbon Paper Second Sheets '
.
and Mrs. Guy sold at the Junior It's to In next four weekly tmuieH.WIIIIOMH ord..r/ ?
funny see- /
ear the word' picnic they from. my hand and Ribbons
and
Typewriter Paper
e wide awake. Yea slreeI'himiores Club Rummage Sale tother day. I I Shirley hoverln that moat gorgeous | at Htnrke. ..Florida thla. March j
Would have stopped and tried a Starke--Jewell Carter. rose af if It were her only 20th, 1943. Thomaa1. j' Typewriter Oil and Cleaner j
.
are planning on I (OFFICIAL SRAI.) A..1.
the few for size but the crowd wan State Farm--Roberta Whltfleld.Brooker companion. I I Aa Clerk nf said. Court. '' Onion Skin Paper !Mimeograph Paper I

; a picnic including uo large I know I wouldn't have ,-Phyllis Hazen. Dot R.'s mouth waterln' from T. Frank 1-nndrum.' Htarke, Florida Pont Hinders Paper Punches .
I Atty. for ) 1t. 4-2 4t 4-23 ,
It looks as If of bad a chance. Hampton--Betty Durling. the kinds of foods we are talking Duplicate Receipt Rooks. '
some our Well lads and lassies this i al| Graham--Arnold Wasdin. i:* nnri'iT' ..c-oniT. IIIIAOKOMO King Binders !
lire trying to be jockeys. Itlaw (: >!'NTV, ..011.... I 54 1 ('l1AtEIt :\- : SalexpadsStenorrapher'H
Elise and Arline come about all I can dig up for now, KeystoneWayne Sergeant. Rae. I Y. I IKaynuind i / Noteb >kH '
So See at the I Lawtey--Curtls Lanier. Dime: R. Anderson : I
Ing In tother morning you long you I I v... Jeannette. U. Shipping Tags Merchandise!' Tag
The sub committees were: Judy McRae. dent Cn.. No. 2102. "
banquet j u
who I )Itubber Type Outfits Postal Labels' ; ;
[ am talking about. 1""ln"ff'l
Ima. Doc-oration The banquet will be at 8:00: OrtDKIl OF' PIIII) \
[must like )It pretty' good, Jewell Carter chairman; J. A I o'clock In the Methodist Recreation STATE ANn NOTK'R OF\ KIXJIUDA TO Aico-Crip Tabbing ,

Jiey are going another time. Martinez Mary Jo Caldwell Hall. Immediately follow- nette O. Anderson, whose. realdencala Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink t

Sophomore Spy. :, Freshman Frills : Richard Ray Darby Peek Betty ing the banquet there will be a You Unknown.are required. to appear on ,I I, Steel Letter-Size "File-Its"
__ .
Ah 'tis a sweet sight,I Gene Wade Evelyn Hall. dance at the Armory. There will May 3rd, 1943 In the ahovo named. Klasp Envelopes !Mimeo Styli i

Snooper that 'tis. Aye lads it does me 'IntltHllonit: be a floor show at the dance and Court seeks and divorce.Cause Bradford wherein plaintiff County I < And Many Other Items i

old eyes good to see that sweets! Phyllis Hazen chairman; Rob- all Juniors and Seniors may bring Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Immea.Wltneaa Ihla' OrderIn I ..... ii i
lo, everybody Well, here'sgallopin' lassie, Gloria Cooper writing erta Whitfleld Margaret Beam dates to the dance but there will my hand and official .seat
0 rtle back first for the "certain laddie." Margie Reddish. be no outside dates at the ban- at Starke, Florida t h I 1. March
poetry 8 th., 194.1.OFFICIAL. I ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL
he
latest (bull). I'm all a- (Maybe this Is a secret but I Table committee: quet.We I ( RBAT) A..1. Thomas. ; ;

over the banquet .comln glimpsed the title of one which Marjorie Davis chairman; Clar are .sorry that many boys T. Frank Aa l.andrum Clerk Starke of said, Florida Court. ',I PRINTING

light-Cot a new drew. I'vea was "Sweet Willie"). "Tia stars ice Thomas Jean Edwards from both the Junior and tbe Atty. for Plf 4- 4t 4.21AT

new face (not that old that are In her eyes aye that it Myrtle Dobbs. Senior classes will not be able to Bradford County .
hlng! I wear everyday) and 'Us. Program. Favors Etc be with us. Some are already In, FIRST I '

e only thing I lack Is a "As I was walking down the Virginia Sewell chairman; Dot the armed forces and some are SIGN -D 4

but the gain tell me I won't road one day" ran into Collette Faxqn. Elton Powell Jimmie working in essential industries OFAO'" '

only wallflower at the and Pee-Wee doing Starke up the Davis. Charlotte Wagner Mel- and still others are In colleges and Telegraph

for a change.Sure wish right way escorted by two prom- verna Thornton. other training schools. We are 1

>cle Sammie would leave IPoIan inent "men about town." LOOKOUT Program: sending them invitations favors USE666 Phone 29 Starke Fla.

boys around the .ole I I (somebody). Freddie Wimberly chairman; and memory books.
for me Mc- .. V.8. 666 TABLET SALVE. NOSE DROPS
own private use. Gloria isn't the only one with Margaret Strlngfellow Judy ,

be was kind enough to stars )in her eyes. V/anda has her ._-

I18anlLt of soldiers In our share because the Legislature ad-
>d I YOUR OLD BROKEN-DOWN ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
keep guess Its our patriotic journed so that Doug could come GIVE
up the S. ,
U- Army'sehglrla I home for the week-end. Hear that

? I he almost sacrificed No. 17 tickets 1 1r7

j-8coop Hear the two I looking for her Sunday then when

Dust Twins" almost sue- she realized it she started lookingfor

In blowln1 up the Florida him. They just didn't quite
e A m START life !
f,tother kids night.? ? ? Could It be all get their together trouble.on this thing after


wn' of the Army all the That company that Betty Jean

rally seemed to have a had Friday night must have been

line at the U. S. O. dance especially special to prohibit her

Bite. 120 to the play In which she .-
inf. coming I
band
just
>to suit Freddie Patsy was supposed to have been a stu- Appliances gathering dust on a work completed as repairmen .' :

Margaret, Jlmmle and, dent. Carrie wasn't there, either shell help no one. Your repairare swamped these days. But e; ',

of Alter the dance. glimpsed so he was an especially special I man can give them a new start don't put it off. Remember! It. 1

Idnlght those "ancln'show Dottier at I I specialty.Speaking of the play we are / i : in life. enable them to again costs you real money to keep ;
and heard
id to sit on the first (not very very, proud of Betty Barbara save you time, labor and money. idle appliances on the shelf. ,

nd or Pearson Hayes I Person-
third but
the first)
Ut gals paid It wu worth ally, we think she took the cake! If you have no repair dealer '

In the> neck to see that Wllla Jean Is all swollen up I bring your out-of-fix appliances ( w I

picture' "Random Har- with the mump We sincerely in to us together with the cord FLOHIDt roll6, : IGUT COHPWV "j 1

Cfer lline arson' had about aatwin ,' hope that she will get well soon too and all broken parts. We'll help 'I, ,,-;;'l
her 'man as I and that she doesn't get nn/
t locate
the ones r chase aren'1 hungry before she overs jlhem. you a
,," ""
I eked (although you'd never The latest twosome of the 010" '' competentrepair
,
.t
just a-Iooktn." at them). Freshman classes Is Bobble TUr- f dealer. \',, '
Jcln' of the and Eddie Lou Ward that : .
banquet ner 1 i
can It take .
Walt to Ilear the cute brunette who moved here may a. -

Y. and last will and history testa- from Jacksonville a short while little longer ." ceoua I .

f the Senior moved away again and now than usual to auTar
class' They ago, ,
reu Is
Y thelr's! Is the beet yet. Me Is back with ua. I think it all 1 get the repair nlerlu llOt,
alit box '
her f
probably read started when he bought n4couroa
.
trot general thusof the other day and they had lunchtogether. I

Ban Machine It's quite evident" that
Section ofeel I I
time\ CIZCUs Spring has come.Assembly rant name : +,
I want I f
e to gC to ProgramEsther Igor
and

U just don't be a have little that copy-cat news Crews read the scripture I 1' t, l Illlnr ffi tall[.rain (o
What '
Nina followed by
:'e' did last Satur- and an illustration flI
.f First I'll take the oil the Lord's Prayer and the fUg i

I'llmy kitchen table and. salute. Five ninth grade boyar .'

v, Bather >It oa a band presented "Crime Conscious.a -
rne a "Wrt- the theme that I,
.'llhe Can you thrilling play with -
was trYing to tell crime doesn't pay f

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''";', living room where the tables were forget that :Marian Dowttng I Is an' chlllun: ) loading up the movingvan .,. Cliff Hazen |Is no--

I1,)!: I"; juj 11;! SOCIETY and CLUBSTil l placed for bridge. furthering> her. training I at 4 ,early thta( '.week' ,, and treking 8th AAFFTD ,(whatever!!
> J off to JaxVUte! to take up'their Ih Visalia I
f.t At the end of'M'Veral progtessions medical center there) Hear Calif. ,
___ __, __ __ _'___,. __ __ ._. __ __ .
Ih of bridge. it was found that Elaine an' Purvis Hazen are backat abode I'm firmly convinced -

'h Mrs. Adkins Entertains Baptist Circles Surprise Party Mrs. J. W. Brownlee had made Hampton after a spell in Wes if the war lasts long snuff I'll AU of which seems to WiD4
i '' high for club members and as Palm Beach Wanda Faye be the only original Callstrecter the little b. b. for this tJlII4 up
bus For Miss Announced For Mrs DahmerMrs. ,
Haynes Meetings an award she received defense Alvares (Mrs. S. L.) send best left in town Hear M. W. I'm off on the trail of bigger aa,

stamps; Mrs. E. L. Matthews) received regards from Long Branch N. J. (Prof.) Morrow baa resigned the better game among at
Mrs. A Z. Adkins entertained BaptUt W. :M. S. Circles 1, 2 E. J. Dahmer won the the 9011...
: the visitor's prize a pair of Where she and young son wenton princlpalshlp at Hampton to accept the 66th Division It
1 Tuesday evening at her home on and 3 will meet Monday after- honoree at a surprise birthday So
silk bc e. Winning In the bingo March 16 to be with CoastGuard : the ditto at Lake Butler. I See you In the
;,n d N. W a I nut St., complimenting noon, April 19. at 3:30: o'clock as party Monday night when her husband next
;, Mlsa Sara Hope Haynes bride follows: Invited a few friends In for' game were Mrs. E. L. Matthews Buck Katie Wain I Hampton's loss la L. B.'s gain I 't'andee
and Miss. Sara Hope Haynes and wright who's Jus' back from a ..
elect. Rose*, pink gladioli and No 1 -- with Mrs L. G. a delicious\ midnight aupper. Alsoan
i nveet-peaa added to the attractiveness Powell honor guest at this time was each received defense stamps. The visit in Tallahassee, reports that
;
: of the rooms where the No. 2 With Mrs. R. A. Dave Ro th blatt. whose birthday bostons presented to the honor Bill en' Blanche Wainwright have
.a. guests were entertained.The .. Thomas anniversary also falls on this guest Miss Haynes a dinner plate a Victory Garden that looks like
1 ; her selected of the in the Government
matching pictures:
high prize in the bridge ,,No. 3 ,With Mrs. P. M. date.The pattern ,
Dahmer home on South china. bulletins ., < I'm afraid most of
t game was won by Mrs,, J.W.. Barefoot.In .
Brownlee. and the hoMoae gave order not to conflict: with Cherry St.. was attractively de... A tempting salad course with \8. however, will soon be as disillusioned -
hot ten was served to the follow aa Dooley Davis who
orated with gladioli and maiden .
her a box of Clara Nome' dusting ,Holy Week service next week
'' '
ing guests invited to be. with opines that "The Victory's gonnabefor'
hair fern for the occasion.
powder. To the honor guest..Mh.Haynes the. meeting of Circle No. .4 has
Miss HtayBuui] MIa Lucile the need people the fertlUrer -
Both Mrs., JDahmer and Mr. I
the hostess) presented been postponed until: I. Monday
Mitchell.; ){t'8". J. W.> Brownlee I people and the worms! !"
Rothblatt received a number of ,
piece of china matching her 'selected night. April 26, when It will
pattern. The tallxnc&dJawere ( '.meet .air. thehome of' Mrs. W. J.Epperson8rCw lovely gifts.Knjoylngt.. Miss Elizabeth, Joiner :Miss Lillian Sunday. Monday Tuesday,
: .the. th the Bternberg Mies Lillian I Orchids to Marvin Rooks for -
In dainty, trrtdal design.Mrs. : } :- hMrs. Oeo."A. party w
18 19 20esAI&tzi
honor "Mr Stump Mrs J> .R. We lnwrtght. April -
Adklna nerved delicious I Anderson and Mra. Earl B. Sear- guests were Mr. and .turning out the most nearly "pro-
: hostess H. Gottberg Mrs. Hazel Oottberg. Mrs Joseph A., Scanldn, Mra.: feesional" senior play seen at
.ti Ing
hot
yum-yum salad, raltines and Clifford Gottberg. :Mr. and :Mrs Charles A. Darby, Miss Fay BHS In many a moon "WhatALife'
tea, and on each plate was placeda Class A. Wheeler. Mrs. Mae Siason, Peterson Miss Frances Peek. Mrs.E. was a bang-up Job the

nosegay of pansies. Fellowship Mlaa :Mildred Guess and Mr. L. Matthews and Mrs. W.: H. props were definitely right and .with
black
!
,aN The guests included the followIng Has Fish SupperAt Frances Larlccla. Thomson Jr. even the telephone rang--and in villainy wit})

members of the Night Bridge the right places my dears. -Dome- fiery romance,with breath.
1 Club: The honor guest Mian Hay- the home of Mr. and Mrs I Bride-Elect HonoredAt New Arrival thing that. would have been regarded f lest deeds of daring..in

I f ness, Mrs. Joseph A. Scanlan. Miss L. D. Vining, the Wesley Fellowship as little short of a miracle the roaring era of Love
1 Abble Harley. Miss Evelyn Stump Class of the Methodist Bridge Club Mr. and :Mrs. Charley A. Jenkins -
I in my high school days f* Cold and Adventure!
,f '1l '' Miss Lillian Stump. Mlsa Elizabeth Church school held, its monthly Honoring Mlsa Sara Hope ; of Starke announce the arrival Henry Thompson wan an ingratiating J
social and business meeting on Haynea, whose marriage to Mr.
of
1 1 a daughter. Betty Jane
Miss Frances" Henry Aldrich and new-
t Joiner Peek
l' Monday evening, with Mrs. D. P. Arthur Nelson Holliday 1 will be on Monday. April 5, in the Ala-
comer C. F. Boyer turned In a
'I Mrs. J. R. Walnwright. Mra.h .
'i1 Carpenter as hostess. an event of April 25tb. MissEvelyn' cbua County Hospital. :Mrs. Jen- very capable performance as the ,a ; '

Charles A. Darby Mrs. Fred Guy. A delicious filth supper was Stump entertained mem- kins and little daughter returnedto harried high school prof 1 I z.

'' ,{ Mrs.: J. W. Brownlee and Miss served at eight o'clock and the bers of the Night Bridge Club on their home here Wednesday.W. often wonder how the actors have
t jC evening's a m u ement centered Monday evening- at her home on
s. Fay Peterson.IN the heart to go on at all in com-
around "Fish the contests and N. Walnut St.
S. C. S. To Meet petition with those ancient audi- Mrit
(met'IT rot'KT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. games being along the lines of Sweet peas> corn flowers roses
torium that
seats forth
FLOHIUAl IN IIIANCKHV. : "fish." Those winning In the content and other Spring flowers were The business and program meetIng give

Helen Dlomand. oleo known or games were awarded chewIng used In the reception hall and of the Womun's Society of agonized groans every time some
a
muscle Too
one moves a
Christian Service will
.. meet Mon-
Euthokla Ulomanden. Plaintiff gum ax prizes. The class
i :Damon DIomandM. Defendant Ca.. president, Mrs. Carpenter preald-' hoochee where she went to visit day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, at bad the WPA went out of exist

!j 'I No. O242.ER OF PtmLICATION ed over a short business lIe IIlon. her son. Jack who ia a patientIn the Methodist church. The pro- ence before we got a new auditorium -

AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Those enjoying this pleasant the State Hospital. gram will be,, in charge of Circle In keeping with the rest
9' "I Dlomanden STATE OF whore FLORIDA legal to rftnldence: Damon evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred ),(ra. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. T. Two and the business session! will of our modern high school plant

t fa 18 Uamont Street, Koxbury J. Griffin were visitors in Jacksonville be conducted'\ by the president' .: I
1iir MnnnarhuHettn, and whose present Guy. Mr. and Mrs. Julius L. I
( Carson Colorado C School Camp Thorn. Mr.and Mrs W. H. Hart on Wednesday. Mrs. W. G. Halle. -
'A Most of you have beard Fred
You are required to appear ont. Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Powell Miss
t May 17th, 1943. In the above named Abble Harley Mrs. Kember, Judge Marx (Pfc) perform brilliantly at
s.M
j t. Court and cauNe. wherein. plaintiff and the piano keyboard. In one or another and g Eottli of rge ,' .+_
seeks dlVorce. liradford County Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mr.
Telegraph shall publish the OrderIn and Mrs. V. H. Howard, Mice Carolyn Callstreet of the USOs I n recent .
next tour weekly. lnsuf>a.WltnenH y month) but did you know that
my hand and official mini Ruth Johnson, Pvt. Frank Boate. yy
at StarkB: Florida this April 12. Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Seesse. Mr. underneath his cool exterior he
111&3. shelters" memories of two daring
A. J. Thom. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. I
A. .Clerk of Maid Court. escapes-ono' from the notorious!
Knight & Knight. Starke Florida Mrs. I. P. Shepherd spent the Well folks I.( the column rake It from Nelle Nollman Nuzl concentration camp at

:tI"4t: 6-7 Flt.h (OFFICIAL SEAL) first of the week at Cbatta-I seems all a-dlther this week jus' (Mrs. W. H.) they're ways and Kachau and one from Belgian TyronePOWERO'HAHS Maureen

blame it on the 66th Division, WAYS of getting birthday creelIng police who planned to return him

for really that's the way they to your better half 1n spiteof to his captors? He finally
FUNERAL '''DIRECTOR have all us girls Breathlesswith annoying wartime restriction made It to the U. S, with the /

My Many Team Experience Make It Possible for Me to Bender expectancy over! the big Seems Mr. N. was in Sebrln* aid of the Ud Cross and net out

,I EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE "Activation Dance" that will be Wednesday (his birthday) and to learn muHlc the American way

MODERATE PRICES glamorous history by the time Mrs. N. was greatly distressed (including boogie wongle) He
you read this Too bad I'm when informed she couldn't I send succeeded HO well that the boysof
<< h DeWITT C. JONES having to pound the keys before him a telegraphic greetings his outfit at Blanding chippedin
k Starke, Florida the big event takes place (Thurs. She Imply .must get a messageto and bought a piano for their

o ,, ... night), but I'll jot everything him somehow, so using her day room Just "o he could Dlav
down !In my little black book and head and remembering that abed Hear Nina Bishop was quite

rt give you a complete report next recently been 111. she wired "Am I chintzy at the USO dance Sat-

SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS week At' thin point the much improved.", Sorry I can't tlday night, sending members of a I

"lucky" gh-lti are picking out new him a telegraphic greeting the younger net into orgies of /

STEAKS CHOPS dresses, and we others are pressing It got by! .' .. Another Brad- jealousy over her new frock

the"old rags' but .all with asingle fordite makes good: Hear Dave fashioned from this. quaint material with
purpose In mind to wow (Lawtey) Shuford was among t !,'' Laird Cregar Thomas

TEMPTING TASTY. SANDWICHES those "reported" 750 eligible the 12 men selected from 125O to .- Mitchell George Sanders
e DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES ficers that the 66th Is said of-I attend an Army engineering\ The round of
,
t j boast Whoops! Happy shunting at Lexington, pre-nuptial parties (. t AnthonyQulnn.GeorpeZucco'a
?ll' t. -sfl r flt __. flSSfl Ky. for Hope Haynes is In full swing, Directed by Henry King;
girls A
'J' very exclusive society I'll Bay and the wedding piano are shapIng Pro
A & A LUNCHEONETTE up Hear Katie Wain- .. N r b e.. N.M..d t.M.t Ma.,
Seems UM Jr. Woman's) Club -
wrlght will be her matronofhonor -
In Park Theatre rummage sale was such an en- OUmpW Gene Long bark from and only attendant Also -
Bldg. __ ..? Starke, FloridaBeauty joyable (and profitable) event IndlanapoHii.
where he definitely rut me: In quite
a melancholymood COMEDY
that those Industrious femmes didn't go to alKhtsee (Don't to see Dot an' S. R. Johns I & LATEST WAR NEWS
will another place, I
i n tw+. +,wrwuwww.uwwewwwu ww .,. mmanemmniw w stage same
same time, come Sattlday .
s rI Amusing sidelight occurred when
Fran Perk took a liking to a

certain wool dress and Liz Joiner CARPENTER'S
I came along later and fell head 1 1

1Q7kI; .: over heels In love with a ducky SALE

: ( little playsuit .. ,. After' they'd _

t'e bought 'em they started comparln' The ?gMfriPPryu, SALE
e notes and found that the playsuit
had belonged to Fran while LJz

had been the one to donate the FOUR BIG DAYS WED.
I. attractive wool dress! Don'tfall THUR. FRL, SAT., APRIL 14, 15, 16, 17

to Join In the fun this Sat'dayby

it! taking your rummage to Hazel *f, ?|IMi' 31 Antiseptic Solution 59c
full
Guy or Fran Opperman or notify pint. 2 for _ 60c
"
A woman's heart leaps up when them and they'll call for It "
Mineral Oil (Best Grade) 49c full
pint. 2 for
she receives a wonderful cosme- [ _ _ _ 50c

Tlin pony exprww Jus' daubed In :J Saccharin Tablets I IPO's- 1-4 Gr. 25c

tic and toiletry gift from Koch'sYou t with a note from Everett (Camp fi size 2 for _ .. _ _ 26c

will please her with one of Claiborne La. who \ Puretest Essence Peppermint I "
"f ,! ) McKinney ounce size 2 for
.A _ _ _ 26c
these. You know that shealways c. reports" that he's been In the Halibut Liver Oil Capsules '

hosp. for two weeks with a Package of 50 2 for 80c

wants one. a a1 beautiful case of mumps t jRexall Hair Lotion For Men 59c ------------t

Says ho likes Army life better size 2 for _
t. it ""' "''"" "''" "'' i i a ** _ 60c
.- ". that he did at first but still Jets
Icnaoome at times Just a /Klenzo Antiseptic Mouth Wash, 59c size. 2 for "
-1 I Just received another shipment ;1 gentle hint for his old friends t< _ _ _ 60c

wend a few letters and cards in 1 f'llron, Liver & Bone Marrow Compound. $1.00, l
2
of Lentheric's Colognes, and ,: the direction of: Pvt. Alvin F. size for _ __? $1.0| |

Iii McKinney, Jr., 468th En g r s. Jij| f Cascara Sagrada 45c ''size I 100 Puretest 5 2 for

Perfumes, body powders and soaps. Heavy Shop Co.. lilt Prov. Br. gr., _ __ _ _ 46c
EUTC Camp Claiborne, LA. .. I W Purtest Aspirin. Quick Relief 25c _
| boxes. 2
Heire you will also find a splendid Add people I miss: Marguerite for _ _ _ 26c
Deyorlo who has moved back to ife 'VTooth
Powder Generous
t size tin 29c
assortment of Lucien Lelong'scolognes ; live with her family In Tampa (* size. 2 for _ _. _ TrT
after a couple years in Starke
Jonteel Powder Puffs
She'll be mUsed u. Assorted Colors fo7
certainly regular 1QC.I 2
and fancy gift packages k 1 11 i
the Jr. Club, as he WItS one. of _ c
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their moat ncUve (and attractive) Lavender Dusting Powder ._$1.00 size 2 for _

of splendid odors. ; members _ _ _ $1.0 I
t Lavender Bath Salts. Reg. $|.QQ size. 2 for l.
.
.
t _ $1.01
Tasteless Castor Oil Rexall Aromatic. 2 for JL

f j Now showing Graduation Cards, WANTEDCAB Puretest Epsom Salts Extra _ : 26c

k 'Easter Cards Refined. 25c Value 2 for T
26e
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Ik Rexall Corn Solvent 25c size 2 for '

1"--' __ _ 26c
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.- BITS of LCXAi 1VLW5 Survey of County Being Made In Effort L A WTEY Mrs. L. S. Hutto and daughter, ',
I Garnltn. and granddaughter, Sharon -
I F. R. CarradtMMi. "
lly
To
Continue
-- Child Protection Program Hall were In Jacksonville

1 Goldman left lusty Mrs. C A, Mills of New York f ;:':. Marguerite and M... James H. Moore Friday shopping./ Sharon spent
''apat Samuel York City where City is visiting her Dickens of Mr. W H. Nollman, chairmanof that they already had more than entertained at their horn In Law- the week-end with Miss. Lacy Denmark -
non and Marlanna
; New Mrs. Carrie Jane Frank the '
for several weeks' daughter-in-law Mr. and Educational Department of enough prospective!( children to try last Sunday In honor of thf'lryoulJr'"JOt and returned to her homeSunday
,11, spend a Mrs.I and Mrs. Hett Green of Dublin the Woman's Club and Mrs. G. C. meet the full to
children :Milton Mill. Mr. Mills requirements MS don, Lt, Paul McMurray night.
,
!
her Ga., who
managerof
, It on vialtlntf Sualow's spent the past week here Richardson chairman of the Department ,j number: Some, however they" Moore of Baldwin, who baa recently -
H. T Black and eon Army Store expects: as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. of Health are cochairmen I have been: unable to contact. It IM C'IHC'1'IT' COT HT, K.\P'rO*
qSIrR for theirin to be Inducted into the Army at Vlnlng left returned from Officers roilMTY. KLOHIUAl IV! ('HAWKHV. -
It, left Thursday I Monday morning for of a special committee to the j requested therefore that Training School at Camp Davis, (- t
alter .rpenda Camp Blandlng Monday. their ..
I iepective homes. While make I.loyJ Whlpkoy. Plaintiff Y. I.U-
Tallahatleee a survey regarding!: the possible ( working mothers from all overBradford N. C.. whore h. received hU com tan Whlpkvy lWfii wet.k with Mra. Black'sT Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adklns here tbt'8e1sltorll had a numberof continuation of the Child County, who have one mission.An lut -

IS, Mr. and Mra N. Ken-, were In Palatka Monday visiting I pleasant, social. affairs given Protection Program which hasbeen or more children between the agesof OF" rVnl.irATK'
old-fa hlone They are moving May ,.1etaarola' his sister' Mrs. Lizzie Townsend, in their honor.S. carried on by the WJ A 2 and 18, fill out the questionnaire MTATK: OK KI.OHIDA to: LtlllWhlpk ..

where Mrposition Black who is,rlourty' HI. Strt. W. D. Hazen son of WPA headquarters m Jack- below and return to oneof dinner table placed was server In the from beautiful the long side vllloV>>y.,.Nt sot VtrKlnla.Ninth Htr." ; Mound .

pted s with the Mr. and :Mrs. K. S. Matthews :Mr. and Mnt. T. C. Hazen. ,of nonvtlle ha the co-chairmen at Starke immediately You hr. 44ulrMl tn appear .o +I.
the
until recently ordered all nursery yard of Moore home amld a May :3rd. 104.1. In the above nand
been left
He has Saturday morning for Orlando Hrofkcr. who has been at SpenceFluid .
Court and ,
wherein
natural of cause pla/sliff
schools In Florida setting Washlngtonlan
t Attorney General under when Mrs, Matthews will Moultrie. Ga... since March closed I this Funds are available trom the Ntiili dtorr. H r a dforrt Ouuntr:
month,. in compliance with the palms, bamboo and spring Telegraph l shall publish tilt Ortl r
visit her oitinaw 3. 1942. was transferred 4
and l
W atson.T daughter < April In n..t four weekly Imiuoii .
Pro i4t'nl's recently-enacted" Lanham Act tocarry ers. "
R. Walnwrtgtot and lltdaughtrr Dr. and Mm. H. B. McLeon- to Tlfion Air Field Tlfton. Ga order that the WTA' nOW'I'I Witness roe hand and official n..Mat
Mary Catharine don while Mr.. Matthews attends He had a 3-day pass and he and lu tbe United States be entirely on the ech o o1 I I. provld.'dtht'r" Among! those present were c/t&J''tt' Florida, thin April lr,.

week in Tallahaasce as bearing of the Railroad Commission his wife the former Ms Geral-' liquidated; not later than June 30. : are at leant 60 childrenSO and Mrs. Paul XL Moore (OFFICIAL, ilEAl..s.. 'Thorn
)Fast dine I Mrs. Nollirutn and Mrs. white and 30 coloredwho will i>V )r*, Jr., Baldwin; Mr A. NellO .JUj ClurK if said l l .'", .rt. I
of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. In South Florida. Stlcox. spent the weekemat I R. K. ...rrvm.n. filar Vo. Ktorliiii. !
'right and family: Mn and Mrs. Julius L. Thorn borne. They will make tlit'lrI I son and their conu>>ltt Rleh.&rd-j take advantage of the school and H>df..llow, Mounds 111.; Mr.. Atty. for IMf. 4-. 4t 4-24 I
been at work and stated Leo T, Moore Mr. ,
homo Tuesday certain other conditions and Mm. Dill
In Tlfton for the are met
for were business present.
visitors
to Starke-Biwtdfng In GalnCAvlll NOTICE OF 1'ARTNE1I IHP
me TankHiey, Mr. and Mrs David W.i
tailoring-. .! better ohnanOppodrta -: o' Wesdaeeday.Mrs. Mre. Aneda Griffis aDd Mrs.P. Moor Misses DISSOLUTION '
Caroline and
Park Theatres I B. Jacobs: will spend from S. Denmark pent Wednesday CHILD (".UU} SURVEY Moore, Mr. and Mr*. Ilex MJxon Betty,I' The< partnership between the ._

L. E. Colson of Lake Citythe : Sunday to Wednesday visiting f I In Jacksonville. Family Name _________________________________. ________ Mr and Mrs. W. IT. Edwards. Jr. I. undersigned and Mr. Jack Prted- ,
g'UPijt thin week of n rLr I her nephew L. Lawrencn In Mrs. Mary Whitehead of Ual- Mr. end Mm. Jim Moore FAWlLrdlt.1 her, doing business a s Roger.Jewelry ,

;Mrs. J- C. Manning. Perry. While there she will at- ford la spending thin week, with Last Name Father's: First Name :Mother's First Name Mr. Aaron (Dick) \. and Army Supply 130 i
Betty! Green returned Wed- tend t the special Jewish Passion her son S. W. Whltehead of the sonville; Mr. and MTU. Lawrence:'Call St.. Rtark "8.., has been .

y i from the Alachua County Uflebratlon Monday night. Long Bridge section. Address of home .________________________________________ ninkliw. MItes Joan D I it kins.Staike dissolved. Mr. Krledler will continue t ,

,iiU in Gaineavtlle where she Miss Alma Evans of Sydney lathe Dudley Johns of tho U. S. Navy White ( ) Colored ( ) Number of children under 18 in ; Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Mayo: assumes business all, Indebtedness at the sam and place U, ,(t
|!went a minor surgical:: op- guest of Mist Sharon Hall was visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lydia Mrx. Max Sparks, Suzanne SparkJ ,
n i lost Saturday. this week. Johns at Raiford last week. family ________ Tampa; Rev. and Mrs. Herbert entitled to all bills receivable. .
-Gertrude II. Handelaman. :
Armand Thomas, who in stationed Mr. and Mr!!. S. R. Johns. Jr., -.' Hiitzni-d., Johnny Hazzard Mr.' (I
Child's
Name Age School and Mrs. Albert 1 laker. Mrs Catharine {
with the Count Guard near moved Tuesday to Jacksonville
YOUNGWOMEN Key West la spending a furlough where Mr. Johns recently accepteda Teare, Mr. and Mrs. W. I'
---------------------- -------- --------------------- Fred! \. Mm.
here with his sister. Miss Floyrhomax position with the St. Johns MHMHY. W. H. Edwards .
''River Mr. Jim Oo<>df lUrtv, Misses Jean, ,
Co.
and other l'ula.t1Vtlll. Shipbuilding They will ---------------------- --.--- ,
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I Edwards.. Lou Kdwnrdx> Ada Edward .
make their homo
at 4763 French
(;ES 16 TO 35 TO BE St. --------------------__ ______:.. _________________ J._" KrneHtln Moore', Barbara : .,

TRAINED AS Wat'ch YOU't' R. J. Davis one of the State Ann Moore, Gull! Moore, and little{ g: \
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Masher Freddie Moore. ,
auditors, who has been staying at I

TelephoneOperators Kidn :sJ: his home here while making a Is mother working? ______ Where _______?_________________
general County audit for the past
Help Them CleanM. the Blood : three or four months completed Address of employer ____________________________ Is work In
I of Harmful Body Wa.te WANTEDTicket
his work at the Courthouse March defense __________
i T CAMP BLANDINGAND Your kidney an eomituntly fllt.Hnfc : industry
want mattes from tho blood stream Hut: 31. Ho wan back In Starke over

STARKE sat kidooya(ornrtlmn la(In their work. -da the weekend however to do a Hours of work _______________ Days of work ______________ Agents and y'1ft
aot u Nature 10.end"-I..oJ to remove -
I Good Pay While ,Learning Itnpantm' that...if rvtalnnd, maypoiaon I, little additional work.
I I Interesting Work body maehinvry.tb. .yat.m.e upaut" the ..,bul. Mr. and Mm Carl H. Jackson Would mother like for children of pre-school age to be cared CheckersIn .

I Vacation With Pay paraiaUiat Symptomi h..h.may. bo. .ttack.nanlng of baekarha.diaamvaa.RartiDff haw had .in their guests duringthe for at school during her hours of work ? _???_._.___ Before Camp Blanding
[ No Experience' NecfiiiiuryLMnf up aillbta. ....UlnE. putHnwaa week their sun Staff Sergeant .

Acr >nuno aosley and loaa pep and atranirtn.Othv
.t... of kidney or bladdar dip- of Fort Bennlng Ga., who came Can Use Limited Number
"alhwle order .... .........110_ .burning. ......1.7 or to Starke April 8 on a 10-day furlough Would mother work if children were cared for? ?__________ of Soldlcr'H, Wives Who
too frequent urination.There
Apply ihould be no doubt that prompt ; and their son Robert Jackson __________ _____________ Can.ure UH Four To tinder the Rationing Program .
treatment ia wlaer than neftlart. Use Where? H ________________________ You allowed 3
and his wife and from are
Ztoan'a I''"*. Daan't have been wtnnlnf baby, Six :Months Service If

Between Hours Of new They',"II.'ed... for a natloa-wlde mora tb. forty reputation.y...... IKica Raton Field who came Sunday Is father working ______ Where? ____. _._______________ ____ They Prove Satisfactory Pairs of Shoes .Per Year. I '
9 A. M. 5 P. M. Ara recommended by tr.teftdp.opl.lbd on a 3-day pass. Let UH Make Your Old

SOUTHERN BELL country over. Aa4 iroar aei0ao0rfDOANS MrK. Theodore' Tinon had as Address of employer ________________________________________ A PPL Y-TICKET AGENT Ones Like New

her guests the first of the week HLANDINf: CENTER
ELEI'HONE COMPANY PILLSA her von and daughter-in-law Mr. Freeman Register who Is at-1 Lt. Murry T. Onklcy, who 10 FOR APPOINTMENT TieElectric :

110 MaooU.n HU Starke, and Mrs. W. O. Tison, of Jacksonville lending the Rlddl9et'on..uUcal. | stationed near Blackstone Va, Shoe Shop
M:. Tinon la with the Tom School i ORANGE LINES Inc.
at Miami returned home I spent Wednesday' here at the Across From Park Theatre
Peanut Co.. and expects to be today to attend the Junior-Senior I home of his wife's parents, Mr. II .. .. I II IOf If
called into the service spoon festivities tonight. j and Mra. O. W. White.
MEMORIAL FOR YOU
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Mrs. Theodore Ion and her

.. MARBLE' & GRANIT MONUMENTS -l daughter Mrs. Jackson D. Smith, CLASSIFIED ADS
and daughter-in-law MM. W. O. THEATRESTARKE
MRS. J. M. MITCHELL :
,; Tison. of Jacksonville made a
business trip to Gainesville Thatday -
!
.;.c ?:w-.t outLocal<< Representative _j WANTED I WANTED:
; Listings on'apartments,' houNeM or High ,'hool'| 01 rill I
George M. Blllias,, manager of homers for rent located within 20 To Work Wart Time, Midnite Sat Sun & Mon. f

\ Condon's Grill was taken td the mil" of Htarkn, Evenings; tend wk-Endw. April 18 19 i iIiEiIRT

Alachua County Hospital Gainesville 119 East Call Street (>d oportunlty for young THE
So
lieuCaslle J Sandwich p, Tuesday April 6, with a W. T. CLUTK. Realtor ladles to learn ..IUolt'.. Our
badly bleeding nose, caused physicians I \'teTOnMILIT.Un' HVI>J'L'1' NG

(Formerly .auJ.tan's: Castle Lunch) Bald from high blood pressure fOH HAL -1937 Chevrolet pick- Of ,
He %was taken to his homeIn up truck In good condition : FOR SALK- ,,"-,cre farm under AAFRICA I

Daytona Beach Tut'ttd'lYprll' Rood tires, reasonable price. S. fence, land ready for planting; MAN It'' I

GOOD COFFEE GOOD EATS 13, much improved H. McGlew, Klngsley Lake VU- 1 dwelling house with lights "

James A. Davis, 8-year-old son huge Route 2. Box :2S9. Starke. and water; 1 tenant house; one2story front ;

of SKt. and Mrs. J. M. Davis fell 4-9-4tp barn on property. Located A 1 love IIOIY iw the btu s:

i REASONABLE PRICES out of a tree near Blandtng Cen- edge city limits on bd..' n who e.
ter, where his mother works with WANTED TO BUYHouse trail- Brownlco Road ; 13. 00. 1.2 voIlG..t. I ,

'0 the P. S. Stores, Inc., lat Satur- era. J. A. Brook, Box 428, !I cash, balance terms. See owner, thO'd Rom"'. "In0' -
201 AvenueNAT
Temple day and broke hU arm. He was Starke. tf II I Lester Prevail Route 2, Box .mG.. 'g the. !
,
taken to the Station Hospital at. 1F' YOU WOULD BUY OR BELL 26, Starke, Fin. 4.2 3tp vintibt"t. from t i

Camp Blinding for treatment.IVOODLAII'N milk cows, stock' cows, beet WANTED. ,Listings on all farms 'ar-A"'" battleR.Ids dory
I cattle, stock. oulls or hogs, get COfII. 110
for sale in this section. I have ,. hal
SEZ: I in touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., clients who are Interested In ,... r'.tlningt, I .
Uj Afire HrofnIr. Box 247 Starke; Box 204 LAke buying Bradford County farm m ? i

If you" don't need hhoe buy I City; Telephone 481 Lake City. F. C. Holllngsworth. -Y ,
do ned. > and Mrs E. N. Wester Auction market every Thursday .;J;; ee.
War Bonds. U you who moved here a few months on all clasHes of live stockat I Fla. starke'l rir' : ,. ,..;

Yi N KlHM**. bring Coupon 'No. 17 to ago, have returned to their old l Lake City at 2:30 P. M. I WANTED TO HUY-- ;'', c$ ,

3 the tore upon which you can rely home, Jacksonville. I n g machine, portable Singerpreferred '. ,s .t
for 'Ourmon..y Ovid Denmark of Miami was F'UUNICocker Spaniel. Owner I
for the utnwmt In quality ) Also electric Iron '
his brother Roy Denmark m.i)' have by Identifying. See 4'
and where careful fitting visiting with heat control. Mrs. J. C.
Mrs.. James Mood, HortrnanApartmonts
comfort this week Jones Route 2, Box 74, St rke.
service I awMirM you of Mre. Mamie Lou Agualr of Starke. ItpVVANTKI 4-9-2tp

satisfaction. How's your Vic- la visiting her
and South Carolina
> Would like to rentlocked "
-. FONDA
Mine 1.. and Mr J. S. Nor- .
tory Garden running on? parents.! Mr. garage near courthouse.If HENRY
Opening For Two Men O'HARA
not HO hot. Maybe I'm not cut man.Howard you have anything to offer/ I' MAI'EI
of the U. S. In
out for farmlnft.,, Army Is vlsltlnn Norman hN. parents, Mr. see )..Irs. Olive Sault 201 TempleAve. HP With Sales Ability ,1 JOHN A+"OPHY'$ morfottrey

Also One Office Girl; """-c.
and Mrs. J. R. Norman.
WANTED TO BUY--Baby car- I
) OF THANK i In condIUun.-.Cra- STAKKE COCACOLABOTTLINl i
"CATALINA"Bathing OAK ridge, good
It is from hearts filled with von C. Morton-31432616, 113thF. ; CO. i, /

sincere! appreciation that wo I A., Btry. C Camp'Blandlng. SERGEAJT/

Suits thank all of those who aided us .. Itp!I FOr SALEGood blooded I pigs t
the brief illness and deathof
during at R A. Ne\som farm near .
WANTKI TO RENT
our mother, Mrs. Amanda Edwards Farmers" Market. ltp

Swim Trunks friends Silcox.brought For the us comfortour during Modern furnl-hed 5-room house 1 WANTED colored men for THOMAS MITCHEIt

this sorrowful time we shall be Must Iwo In Stark i kltcben help $15 per week. Also ALLYN /

everlastingly grateful. Muriel I'ejTnaneot. Tenant colored: women for dishwashers RE61NALD GARDINER, JOSLYN

Play Suits Norman and Rachel Denmark. not 26*. Stark t $10 per W'C't'k.pply DWed" i
I Gui.lon Grill. 4-19-21 ed....,w...in.t6, Me by JOHN STAHi
I FOR RENT to the right party-I tae'.b l..r rs!

Small store building (with restrictions FOR SAL J1 Day bed; good condition -
$1.95 Up LATE ) near School and Fla.| ; $8. New Castle Sand- Tuessky Liar' !slay t

Motor Lines Bus Station.-F. A. j' wish Shop, Temple Avenue lip FRANK RICK'S"JACAI1E'
.
Scott Starke. Up]

I V> AiiKtbbKH; WANTED Salary KILIJIlt OK TIIK AMAZON! _
BABY GIFTSLet EXTRA FOR RENT Furnished house at and meals. New Castle

Law tey vacant May 1; gas for Sandwich Shop, Temple Thursday Friday
cooking, hot and cold running Av..nue'j
"I MARRIED A WITCH" i
Us You Select water. Peele's Grocery Box 93,
Help VERONICA: LIKE KltEimiO MARCH f
POINT Lawtev. 4-1/1/ 2tO FOR SALE--Ca register pra.eIticaJly

That Gift For The New Baby HELP WANTED-femala-Salesgirls n.-w. price reasonable. Saturday" DOUBLE FEATURE ,
__ full or pert lime." ApplyP. Mr. Mallory Thomas Box: ; 644. No. "AFTER MIDNIGHT With Boston Blackie Z

S. Store. BUndiag Center lip No. "DEAD MAN'S GLUCH"RITZ j

PLAY SHOES ANDSANDALS RATIONING Up HELP WANTKI>- ,female-, School 1

GET YOUR VICTORY OADKN girls. Learn sales work for Sat-

plants-.tomato, cabbage collard urday and Sunday only. Apply

NEWS broccoli rutabaga egg P. S. Stores Blandlng Center. Sunday MoiMlay
lip
plant. J. W. Jordan Jordan's (1.ltKE OAHIJC LAVA. TURNER.

Are Not Rationed .toirtlipre.. foU. Hotel Court. Road 48. Itp WANTED --- Two-burner kerosene SOMEWHERE I'LL UND YOU" 1

Fxf1-.w that ...littl or no foodsoa FOR SALB--HOUM trailer furnished stove. Must be reasonable. M
tb. point ration lut. Rcip for good condition. $OOO Write Sgt. Adrian F. Siam TueitduyVediuHMtoy 6
$225 to $3.45Sternberg's main dishes. quick breadl. dettert. cash. Apply Mrs. O. W. White, 666th Signal. Co.. APO 454. I flTI..E GLASS KEY" .

ODcrcJ by ROOT ford Baling ced.anracc.i. Powderto Box S22, Starke. Itp Camp Blandlng.! Fla. or phone IRIAN fJO.VLKVY VERONICA LAKE W
well-bal >
help
yw.erve
.. meat with s minimum of strain LF.lWIKLK! WANTEDSTKAItr 7M. lip Thuntday .
I'on your 48 pomta.: lend foe your hee WORK WANTED TO BUY a baby car"rtajrf. : i -ICECAPADES' HEVUEe'b
Ra."ford" Baking
Ad.Jreu
::
todar.
cop PAY See Mr. Drew at the l ll
Powder, Bo R. Rumford. R. L GOOD j ELLEN: mtEWI
.. VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLY City Barber Shop. It
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jji'' SIX KRA0FOBD_COUNTY1 TELEGRAPH. 8TARKH! ____JFLOKTOA__________________ FRIDAY_, APRIL 1t4 h
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r FLA. STATE FARM Pauline Brannen Bernice :McMil Dr. and Mrs R. P. Stubblns, Jr., of Wauchula are spending a few THERESSABy GUM BRANCHBy PINE L RyE

$? By E. It. Bonvler Ian and Mazie: Thornton. for an indefinite length of time. weeks with their son-in-law and Him Ida Etagaa I Mrs. T. N. Norman By Mrs. 11. M. :
It.i Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hotllngsworth Mr. and KI-B. Ralford Brannenand daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. \lrR.e
t BIRTHDAY PARTY and children Wood- daughter. Pauline and Bryan McKinney Mrs. D. R. Burke and son. Mrs. Carlton Chastaln and little We are thankful for the
v 4 Mrs. David Thornton entertain. row. Jr., and Warren William of Whltfleld and daughter Roberta, Mr. and Mrs Seth Roberts of James, of Orlando spent Sunday daughter and Mrs. A. Chapman needed rain Monday. ttll<*
r ;it I with I Palatka, and Mr. and Mrs. Arch spent Saturday In Jacksonville attending Lawtey spent the' week-end with with D. J. Phillips and family en- and children of Jacksonville were M... and Mrs.
ed Friday night a party, Wesiev!
r ; ''C. Baltimore, Md. visiting their parents, Mr. and 1cn.
Dobbs of the State Farm were to business. Mr. and Mrs. 'B. Roberts.Mr. route to and children and .
Mrs.
honoring the fourteenth birthday the Saturday afternoon guests of Miss Muriel Crawford of Starke and Mrs. Norman Johns of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Dampier Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Sunday. Rae and Jimmie Lowe H. yt 110-

{ { ; of her eon Charles. Games were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dobbs in and Cpl. Lowell Swain of Camp Belleview spent the week-end and son Blllle. of Starke were Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Normanand ing friends and relatives were vlgl'
played out-of-doors after which Gainesville. Returning to the Blandlng were the Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Millie visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ziegler children were visiting Mr. dereon Sunday.Mrs. at s..
i'' the honor guest opened bin gifts. State Farm Saturday night, Mr. guests of Miss Myrtle Dobbs. Fogg. Sunday. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson at Graham Robert
Mrs. Thornton, assisted by MUMelvarna and Mrs. Hollingsworth and children :Mrs. E. J. Rhodes and little Mr. and Mrs. A. Davis of the Mrs Calvin HaU and children Sunday. ma Barnes and:Myrlck.MUs Mt, 'nIt1.

t Thornton, served the were the overnight guests of daughter Betty, and Miss Connie State Farm spent the week-end I spent the week-end at Heilbronn Mrs. J. D. Carter of Jacksonville Rae madea business dxsla Ifs
IJi guest with delicious Ice cream Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs. Sunday Mack of Maltland spent several with their eon-In-law and daughter Springs visiting Mr. and Mrs. was visiting her' father-in- Gainesville Saturday trip 10
l 1' h and cake. Knjoying the party they went to Lake City to visit days with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strick Wilmot Brown. I law,, Henry Carter, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. o.
were: the honoree, Charles Thorn Mr. and Mm. Carl Dobbs. Mr. Kdly ",
CaldweU last week. ?
'r/ They returned
land.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs B. C. Owsley of Mre. J. W. Mathews and little visiting the bedside of
ton Delbert Crews, Elton Or- I and Mrs. Hollingsworth returned home Monday. Alice Thomas of Brooker I
I Perrlne spent the week with daughter Martha who have been Brown In St. Vincent's HorpIW
mand Jimmy Brown Godwin Lea home to Palatka Sunday night. spent Sunday with her daughter.
Herbert Crews of Camp Roosevelt Miss Ida 1Ia.cen. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Nor Jacksonville. .
Monday.Mr.
l lie Bradley Howard Brannen of I Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbina in-law, Mrs. II. L. Starling.BROOKER their aunt .
OcaJa Fla., spent the weekend man and other 'relatives for, the .
I. Mrs. LydU Hall was visitingher and Mrs. Tommte
Lake Butler, Sarah Emma Crewe, Sr., 'of Tallahassee are visiting Mottles,
with his Mr and
parents two weeks, returned to La.keCity
Lila Rae Caldwell Lou Ella Davit" : their son and daughter-in-law, daughter In Hampton last past and children and Mrs. William
Mrs. M. L. Crews.
Tenn., Monday. A4
.b.- .r.... __ Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brannenand ny Minnie Lou Haza week.George Packham of Cocoa Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards ford, all of J a c kaonvllle, !pf.at

Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Carrol SEWING CLUB Beach was visiting his parents, and children of Waldo were visit Sunday here with relatives. 111\

of Lake Butler were guests) of The Sewing Club met at the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham, ing relatives in this section Sat Alford will spend a white her
Mrs." Brannen'* and Mrs. Carrol's : with her daughter,
over the week-end. urday. Mrs.
':= I home of Mrs. L. A. Brown Wednesday Ela'Q
parents. Mr. and Mrs. David afternoon April 7, with Herbert Cloversettle from Bunnell.w&rf Mrs. Jim Williams of Jacksonville Lowe.

Thornton. ,Friday afternoon.Mr the ,.President. M.... Long, presiding. .' visiting, his wife anddaugbter was visiting friends here Remember the services at Pint

.,.wad, Mra. Alvin Dobb.and \ The neXt meeting will beheld last Thursday. ___ Saturday. Level Church this weekend!
baby daughter, Eloise and Mrs. at pie home of Mrs. G. B. u
Dobb's mother, Mrs. Kelley, all ColHon.
of Starke, spent Sunday after
a noon with Mr. and Mrs.. Arch Mrs. T. B. Crenshaw and sister -
irk Dobbs. Mrs. William McGrath of More Out of WJiat

Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Brnnneri Florahome visited Miss Madeline

and daughter; Pauline, accompanied Crosby Sunday.Pvt. .
by Mrs. Drew Beasley and Merle Gano of Camp Blan-
daughter, Ruth, of Lake Butler ding visited his parents- here Wed
I were the Sunday guests of Mrs. nesday.
Ernest Beojtley- in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markey were
I Cpl. Steve Walker of Fort Ben-- In Tampa on business Saturday.Mrs. .

nlng, Ga., spent part of last week Daisy Fisher of Tallahassee
with his parents- Mr. and Mrs. visited Misa Madeline

J. G. Walker. Crosby Saturday. Mrs. Fisher is
,. 1 1t. :Miss Dolores Creekmore of
d t4 an attache during the legislature.Mrs. .
Starke was the overnight guestof Elsie Mae Ball, science
Miss Mary Jo Caldwell Tues teacher of B. 'H. S., spent Friday

t.) .. day.Mr. afternoon in Brooker.
little. daughter and Mrs. Leo Marie Wiggins, spent and the B. F. Hazen spent last week In LET YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER HELP YOU TO DO THIS WITH
South Florida on business.
e.1 4' week-end In Jacksonville, visiting
Mrs. Wlggln's mother, Mrs. J. M. : Mrs. Rand Crews attended the
'r Maxwell. New River Association In Graham
Motor Car.
Maintenance"V
"THAT'S THE STUFF that will win the War Capt. and Mrs. Robert S. Chap Friday. Monthly
man left Tuesday for' Camp Lee, Friends of O. J. Mott will regret -

_; 4 These are the materials that are accorded preferential Petersburg Va., after a ten-day to know that he is very 111
at the State Farm .
visit with Capt. Chapman's parents Hospital.Mr.
_ movement. Until the War is won they must have right
Supt. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and
of way." Sr. They were- accompanied children were In Gainesville Mon

t While this is being done the Seaboard may not in down by Capt. Chapman' mother day. Get more mileage out of -
who had been in Virginia for several s 1
Mr. and Mrs. Get sae
every instance be able to maintain the same standard weeks, visiting Capt. and Clyde Kelly and,J ,,0" very gallon of gas.' flue,'
children were Gainesville visitors l'I.U' rara19
of service on commercial traffic as in normal times. Mrs. Chapman and her other son I ,\\ C' ens
Monday. \ one
Therefore, if your shipment should be late, we rely on and daughter.In-law, Major and Miss Madeline Crosby left Mon-I V Cbeoktndtot
indulgence and continued cooperation. Seaboard Mrs. Fielding Chapman at Quan- day for Tallahassee where she Cheeklubdae every quart of oil! -8etCnde. Usen:;
your: flew ''
tlco. While here, Capt. and Mrs. I erb'i atId millttNt'' ,
maintains Service Agents in many strategic cities to Chapman visited Mrs. Cbapman'sparents will work In the legislature.Gene 'Y eats IlIed rol+lde
.
4 assist in your transportation problems. Wt invite Judge and Mrs. Frank A. Long arrived home Mon V C"I; kpf'ecI.'f dgfere!
Smith In Orlando. day from Indiana where he has bream single tire I 'ea.WIllIfeI mks
to enlist their aid.SEABOARD. Cheek very
you been visiting Miss Marian Dow v fltgnd hevroll'

RAILWAY GRAHAMBy ling.Mr V Check, 'diYnm' Get more mileage out of 'ode,." feo ellerl here
_ "'
pair' eat. I
Mrs Eva StricklandMrs. and Mrs. Lonnie Parker \ ,\ sad equ""
:
'r WORK were In Gainesville Monday. V Cheek ct t. every part of your cor'
: Doris Strlc k 1 and and Douglas Hazen the .f-sesBfcj.
week-
FOR .al lw "" BUYING WAI spent
daughter left Wednesday for .
BONDS AND TAMf end with his parents here. He Is
VICTORY Mississippi to be with her hus employed In Tallahassee duringthe
band Pvt. Clyde W. Strickland, legislature.,
'who Is stationed at Camp Van Capt. William Hodges of Rhode

Dorn.Mr. Island formerly of Camp Blan
and Mrs. Lee Youngblood ding, was visiting friends here Sec Your Local

I Thursday of last week.
1'1 { wv.
w Mrs. Mack Hall returned home

-L Monday after several days visit CHEVROLET

-)4 I i r- with her husband in Mississippi.
Miss Betty Hazen Green spent
the week-end In Gainesville with

t Miss Mr.Luclle and Mrs.Thomas.Guy Plnholsterand Dealer Today

Y11 children of Jacksonville visited

Mr. Plnholster's mother re
cently.Mr. SUY W. S. WA fQNDS AND JMM *

and Mrs. Noon Mott and
children and Jack Simmons of j
Gainesville visited Pvt. J. R. Mottat Torode
Chevrolet
J t, ,, Augusta Ga., Sunday. CO.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited
,i 1 Mrs. Gano's p a r e n ts In Island
Grove Sunday. StarKe Florida



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'OU don't have much time \r


/fafdof a house woult!JI .! Put fete? V* rent .

always seize a moment for a cold ,

glass of golden, refreshing JAX / / .
Beer whether you're cultivatingyour j
ATBB TBS WAS, 8Omebod '. going to put Week attar we*It-lHAYd..y after pydy. Victory Garden or finish- I I
a new house on that pretty rise of /fora's what h'pp n.:
ing a hard day of work. this
ground that overlooks the river bead just outside Before you know It, you get so you hardly Try
of' the town line. Nothing elaborate. miss that mODe And I if you do miss it.you've great beer today. Its goodness,
Just a pretty little house snuggled into the got something better to replace it-the knowledge Its quality, its mellow flavor are t,,",,,rgl4et
tre'a.. though it belonged there.Somebody.else that:you personally, are helping to insure (n
may buy: the old Ward farm a steady: flow-of planes and tanks and guns tothe unsurpassed. If you're a lover of
There should be many: a good day's. hunting men who fight. The knowledge that you.personally fine beer we believe that one
in thoM rolling Acids and back through thewoods ,have toed the mark and art helping bottle of JAX will convince you
over to the State road. Fixed up a to win the war. that better beer
little; bit-and It shouldn't tak.much mone7'Tbea, one of these days, when peace has no can be boughtat
it would be a livable place for |III man and his come again,the money: you've put away: start any price. YIt1 lUl1tt
family. coming back to :you. And bringing mor llh
Yes _ebodr'a: going to buy: It. Somemoney with It-you get four dollars for every 0. 114.
body's always coming along with a dream three that you put Inl -
and a little money,and doing the things _'d When that day: comes you can get out your :a B0Y WAR
promised ourselves "a'd do someday.: pencil and start figuring just what kind of a ? + BONDS and STAMPS ..
But this time, why can't that "somebody" house youH put on the river bend.
be J'oul' But to be Sure that day dos come you'd tlMttt ll
Look Suppose yea put 10% otyour better dojthlai You'd better get out:your pencil OG4o.TTvMCHSt 0 U1t//'

iou you Bondt.can. d keep putting% mot it* save at least 10 start% et eve sinhgle pie chick I1' hl

r away putting. it .wy-putting it .ir..,. with U. 8. War Bandit Quart Bttlel i itIAX
.lIMBO fu
,
Ask for
I Cden.Y ,.,ay to bny J Ajumbo
i. the bottl. cape Corationed
SAVE WITH U.S. WAR BONDS it makes beet aho .
ir8''t beea"a' pre vent. xbrst "
AT LEAST 10% help' you r the
far jumbo
a in ;
EYERYBODY..EVERY PAYDAY. he': Yo.u o lightly4ou'c t it
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I the sop readY r
urdu U>( rcpta.cc to kee _unbl >.--vwJj
I "tor ,
your re ri of J ...t:.'",)
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I ______BRADFORD___COUNTY_TCTJCOHAPn._ _tjrAltARARDA! PAOE SEVEN! '

Letter BoxE I way and of Japan living trying, yet this to destroy home-front our bet'has' of cases of syphilis In Florida us Individually and as a nation. Hampton school to accept the I School. We regret, very much to I that he will find a warm welcome 'II
increased from 4,063 In 1932: r
Dr. I
-- M. B.
enemy- -if not stopped -will destroy to 30,104 In 1942. Florida ha Horlong. prlnclpalshlp of Lake Butler lose him. We can assure, him| back In our town. If
us aa a Nation. I
am using the
unenviable position of third 80UTIIKIIN 0,
IIOSI'ITAUTVCump ,
I!* OVK MIDST the figures of the State Board of in the entire United Stated
Starke, Fla, Health and the foe of which I sldwrlng all and con Blanding Fla. Lir'
udt0. speak is Iyphllls. races first place Dear Mr. Editor:
rtitor Telegraph: for negroes. Only New Mexico I am not a well-traveled person,
, j vvar I a Hell" said General In "Health Notes," official publication and Texas lead us, taking both but I have, as a tourist, been Ina
lie
' (.rm ilj.- 'Uint their ""husbands, sons February, are figures that should I do not have the figures show. have always enjoyed the scenery

441- ETioved ones are being called to i awaken every man and womanof Ing how many selectees have been and hospitality of the ,South. I
I service to defend their coun- Florida who has the interestof examined for the Army but I have found that the South IH I

L. Many of them Inducted Into our future at heart, We know have the number of rejects be. fully as hospitable a a legend '
Let;1 F e Army and Navy will not come that this disease is handed down cause of syphilis-a total of 24;i tell. us. I have found that the any t ; k ,

tob 'ck j bUt even so, we have a from parent to child and that this 962. These are young men 21 to Southern people are always readyto
to fight right here 35 of make a fuel at home
eater war disease does move to destroy not years age-the maximum person 'v
ever recorded reproductive and are ready to out of their ;fir wy
home than any only the health but also the morale 1 ftgand this moans so
entry bfctory. of its victims. The figures i that there have been turned lou way to do something for someone
in this State this else. In short I have found it ,1_
This war is on ua right now show that the number of cases, i many potential _
tt, nil we have not started to-fight the number' of deaths, and the ,sources of infection. It also grand to experience Southern Hospitality. '+
k. Our Government has not per centage rate have increased I means that because of this disease 1 "

""s bfcen cognizance of the acts each year and that during 1941 it 24,062 young men who would Since my Induction into the o
altIp rainst our nation or the death caused 499 deaths In this. state: :'otherwise not yet have been called Army I have spent. all the time ih" s, ;
'.1.1f I has caused among Cur citizens. 134 whites and 365 negroes The Into service have been needed to in deep South, first In Georgia, ,

f\! < war has been declared on for white death rate was 26.1 per take the place of this army of un and then It has been my privilegeto \
bm tot tor lens! harm than Is beg 100000. Tho colored rate was fit. be stationed in several of the \
N done to us now by this domes- 70.5. Our county stands eleventh It means. also that there will Army reservations In Florida I

lie'foe' and no one has become from the highest, and our negro be many more thousands of offspring nalute you neighbors of the South,
xclted ,over it. There has been population IH not high.In from these 24.062 reject and the reason I am writing this
M Uch said about Germany Italy the past decade, the numWe'Do I who will come Into the world article Is to try and clear the
diseased and with all the horrible minds. of some service men who
maladies that are found in the for nome reason unknown to '

Superior Work- ,children of nyphilitlc parents themselves cannot find the real ,
s sr
Southern .
Florida's showing in the army Hospitality.I "

examinations proves that out at am now stationed at Camp J .

-5ForBetter; Cleaning each 1,000 men examined 53.3. or Blending and hear much griping
more than 5.3 percent were unfit from men who have boon to
1- for military service and indicate Starke and complain about the ,,
an alarming increase each year way a service man In treated In
TRY THE It shows that If the people who the South. The only reason I can.
This drink
not to water
man was
taught
are interested In our country' rand for their complaints Is that
NEW METHOD
CLEANERSMr.
future do not declare a war on these men and their wives try to

and Mrs. 'E., O. Edwards Owners this disease that in less than a find the South's hospitality on the
sidewalks, in the face. and other
century we will not have
enough DRINKING WATER IS SCARCE In North pork sausage coffee booilloo malted milk
"enue Your Patronage Ih"ne able-bodied men to even have an places of amusement along Call Africa. And what there is, is likely to tablets,biscuits chocolate,and chewing gum- ,
311 Temple ,Appreciated ISIS army, and we will be a race ot St.: and Temple Ave. Here you be bad. all ia a 33-ounce pack. !

II -. .. ...., ,_...... J J ... syphilitics and unable to defend can find only the hospitality of I
our way of living or anything those who came here before and So before our soldiers landed there, they Sounds like somebody was taking pretty

eke. Fortunately this war hUll after conscription to make a mil were weaned away from wsier. A clash of goof/ care of our boys, doesn't it? And that's

FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE awakened the State Board of lion dollars, living on the nwager Iodine in their drinking< water served the right. American soldiers are the best-fed
Health, the pay of a service man. Here you bcst-cmred-for '
medical professionand double purpose of disinfecting it, and making best-equipped in the world I
some others to the situation find a mixture of strange businessmen
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES who for k last awful. But keeping them that way. takes. money
and the U S. Public Health Ser euro nothing more
CORRECT vice has tried' to get clinics started than your pay and allotment.: By the time the boy landed in Africa: they'dlost So much money, that, to help pay for it, every I
FOR COURTEOUS INFORMATION Don't judge Starke and the South 1 one of us must fad at least 10% of his income ,,
Many victims are already for in safe \
PLEASE PHONE 147 taking treatment by these. I'' ekau taste water except prepared to Uncle Sam through War Bond. :'

But we should declare a total My wife and I do business with War Bonds are a swell investment. They I ;
warfare on this disease and we the natives (Ilf I may so calli The favorite prepared drink is lemonade. pay you back $4 for every $3. Save at lean
UNION BUS STATIONLACY should not mince matters either them) and In the short. time that I) Field Ration K provide it-along with veal l. 10% of every paycheck with U. S. War Bonds.

CONWAY Agent Wenow require beauticians, barbers we have been here, I um gratefulfor
and food handlers to have their hospitality. The peoplevhere
Temple Ave. Starke Florida Bemi-annual blood tests but how \ my wife rooms are truly

many of us know whether our wonderful folks. SAYE WITH U.S. WAR BONDS i I .

laundress, our cooks and our Soldiers, don't judge Starke and AT LEAST 10%
nurse girls are (room from this Its original citizens by what you EYERYBODY..EYERY PAYDAY. '
s dread disease? find on Call and Temple. If you .* '

Prompt Service Careful Drivers Florida leads in the number of want to find some real hospitality

cases per capita, but Is fur be- look up the USO clubs _
and you will find things much different
hind most of the other states In .

Starke Taxi Service fore making marriage.blood teats We compulsory will have be.to run by than men in who places are of themselves business This advertisement U a contribution to America's all-out war effort by I

strangers to this. town. Here at
In and
the
come out open fight
the USOs will have the FRED F. STUMP Postmaster
this war to win, or else we are you opportunity ,
Phone 150 going to be an Inferior nation. [ to meet some genuine
citizens. of Starke. 1
This Is reinforced
enemy army '
by gonorrhea, which Is almost as My wife and I have also found
Night malaria the churches of the communityvery
Day prevalent hookworms,
_._ :. fine and hospitable.
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= and a great many other diseases I
,:,r.- tLt4eApw
Sincerely,
4 y p,_ J1 ___,_ "V I _,_ _'v-, that sap the vitality and weakenIIAilz'tlt Pvt. John Dekkinga.IIAZ11'TON ,7k A = sad;



Grand and Glorious ?" ,
a Feeling By II. B. Wiggins I IBARWICKCONRAD .


Miss Evelyn Conrad 6f Mar- Welcome in
( peace. .
J I lanna and Pfc. James Barwick, ,
/ t son of Mr. and Mrs. 'W.., H. ;Bar

/ wick, were united In marriage in more welcome m war work .
Marlanna S.
on April They are
,here visiting his parent ,They
will reside at Marianna where he
Is stationed. letter after letter from ,war plants and
IN
factories managers write In to tell ,
WAR FUND DRIVEHapapton fay
; made an exceedingly!; how Important they consider Coca-Cola t ;
Y '. I good .showing for Itself'yln, pierecent )
In 'providing energy-giving .refreshJ| ; ''
.i Red Cross War Fund

Drive. 'Full credlttfor uccessgOts mane foe workers..in helping output

: : i i I 'r to Mrs. Marjorie Wadsworth and morale >Of course ;,workers,In, "1
and Mrs. J. W. Horne as cap.tatne

iJ ,and i Mrs. Ann Guy, Miss war[plants welcome .arest-pause! .with ice-cold
frt Marian Johns, Miss B.a r bar a
r Coca-Cola make it the pause that refreshes
Home and Mrs. O. D. Day

': 1 Through' their untiring efforts the ,Ice-cold Coca-Cola quenches thirst.But it goes further
sum "f $20768 was received and *
? 7 ;1 sent to Starke. Special thanks to add pure, wholesome ,refreshment l >

Tor generous contributions are due ,and enjoy,,Made with '* finished art,
the Christian and Baptist I
Churches and the city council. a taste all its own ,. a goodness you
Anyone not' having contributedand CocaCola.'k
Ii wishing to do so may con ,Popularity ,with war-workers has ,

tact anyone of the above or Mrs. the symbol of the rest-pause. And
".
0. P. .Wadsworth Sr. Thanks
jIi'IL1nfor, your support of, a great The Coca-Cola Company produces

cause, 'nobly 'defendedby) you the C e .
people of Hampton.
tbvk r./Mrs. floraBri.. Mrs. G. P. Wadawortb, Letters(rom plant managers from cast to coast rapha- I

Local Chairman., sin that the little moment for an Ice-colJ Coca-Cola

means a lot to worker. in war plants. It's a refreshing ,
YOU'VE ,BEEN ,BUY- simoleons for every THREE you're, Those,shopping In Gainesville moment on the sunny side of thing ..a way to turnto
WHEN Mrs. Florrie Bell
putting in today ,j Monday were: refreshment without& turning from work.
Was ,Bonds on the PayRoll Brown, Mrs. H. F. 'Wheelus. Mr*.

Saving Plan for, say 6 month, Golly, you'll have a cottage on a H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. Frank Wil I
lake-take a trip around the world llama Mrs. George Williams, Mrs, I
;
And suddenly ypu ,realize that-for Marvin Williams and Marvin Dirt.
send the kids to college .
the first time in your life-you're savingmoney Mra. J, J. Pickren and eon,
Ain't it a grand and glorious I Cyril, also daughter, Mrs. S. D.
regularly feeling?: I Goodman, spent the week-end In A'' b4 JFfy&Nsiwij. l r
Jacksonville with Miss Virginia 1 v *pr
Saving more than you thought you SO KEEP IT UP, SISTER.Keep Lou Pickren and James Plckren, l

ever could save on buying Bonds tuck ;who U now stationed at Naval ;, **$la
.Air Bane there.
There it is, tucked away, mounting ing 'em away tucking 'em away Misses. Maye and KloUe Coffee

up, month in, month out . tucking 'em away I and Madge Gay of Jacksonville

AND DON'T LET ANYTHING I spent the week-end with Mr and \* F ,
And later itll becoming
you think how, on, 1Ir rs. O. D. Gay.
back to you in cash, FOUR STOP YOU! Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kammererof +
Went Philadelphia, Penn., are ro '4fy+w I /
maybe? Don't stop with 10 percent if you can da visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May
Can't boost ante,
you your and family, also Mrs. Mae Swee- "Delicious siidRefreshing
more_ Do all you cant ney and family.

Miss Loin Ditty of WUllston ,
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. JohnH.
SAVE WITH U.S. WAR BONDSEYERYBODY..EYERY 10% Parker Monday. $
AT LEAST A breathing spell a reat pause! and Ic.-col,1 Coca-Cola.
There will be church at the
Contentment come when you connect with a Coke. The bests
PAYDAY... Baptist and Christian churches
unday.; April 18. always the better bury
Mrs. J. T. Guy U visiting Mr.
I utd Mrs. A. T. Williams in lOTTlfO UNOII AUTHORITY' O* sal COCA-COIA COMPANY SY I
1. cootnbutlon to Am.ric. "1-ouc war .*>.. bf 3alnesvlUe this week.
This space .
yOU Prof. !..f.V.. Morrow ha reigned .
TO SERVE STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYIII
STORES
P. S. STORES INC. TWO Janding Center I the prlnclpalahlp: of ts

145 E. Call St. -1 And .
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PAO5 KIUtlT BRADFORD'COUNTY 'TKL.FGRAPH. 8TARKK. FL0KIDA' FP'IDAI'.1pgn
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F 'i'; Dub: Members Hear i .,'11.y"4- "" .''.,!:" --..-'.'"'-,_-..,.-.-}__'''''''''loM'I"N'ct.oIIH.i'ti:! ".,","._.:;;"!,.' II'_",,,.//1..!........,."?...."it,< ."'I,,,"'". r,>..... .........".... .._ I' 'iii.1t"_'.'.''.I'''',"''.,( ',;" '" .. ,'_"" ,-_,. "...H.'..,..,,.,.ji."'.-.'>"\:". -----;;:
} Beaker Discuss

', do'csccnt Problems

i. { ;, M f i The Woman' Club met Wed.

1IeHda.y Richardson benefit of afternoon,hearing USO and consultant Mlaa had Dorothy the for THE 2nd WAR LOAN DRIVE'ISONIe..L. !

I the National YWCA In the field
-
i, ; .f adolescent problem She Is ... -- ...... ." -- .. -
'Ft L'' + touring the Southern USO cenSers f- -
u { operated by the YWCA, andy
r ,, f will be in Starke through Sun-
""i lay. t
;1' In this excellent address. Mia I'
I i Slchardaon diacuiuied! the problems '
I"C{
If the a
h"r/J Ute and particularly army presence camp to communities of baa war added Industries where fur ve'

rl OU
tkur complications. N/ merlca.

1; She stated that she would' be
glad to meet with the minUtor .
and the City Council to talk over
k the mutter of the proposed curfew -
ordinance for Starke; and alto .
P stated that parent should I
'' work together with the church
group and make plans for whole- I
1 f ''na* recreation for the adolescent
n :\!. Mlxs Richardson was In-
oduced by Mm. A. E. Lightfoot,

1 A I, i Club.The.uairman of citizenship for the 0' e togh&JC

business session was pre-
r Idud over by the president. Mrs. I
Y h It. C. Rltch, and at this time reports -
a were heard from various /
ommUtees. Mrs. W. H. Nollman
'ye pS ? Kf>orted that her committee bad
sold $3,000 worth of bonds for
i lVi! this new drive; Mrs. Guy Etcherdsotl
4
Chairman of Health, gave
::4'a good report for the care of .... .
) Children from two to eighteen .
/Y-l:;:- ... j _I -_Ii -- L TWU1U J L F ii I U- I.rr IfJI III F _1 :._
years of age,I Mrs. L. Colson, / E&L
.
j Ctrl Scout Leader, gave. en account '
'
: ,
of the scout activities: forlie
d0 ;' (> pant year \ w.
+ Mrs. R. A. Green made a motion
L; 'k that the Club buy a $150 -
bond, and the motion was carried.
+r 1 Mrs.! Uilery!; M. Davis urged the
.
take dub members the home to nursing get leady course to AMERICA Let's: be frank about it .' so far, many'of us bask can have a better, more ('decent place to live in-when this war is won.

that will soon be given by a Red this from chair.
tt home have been fighting war an easy
Cross nurse. The drive is on
New members elected to the of have bought War Bonds out of extra cash out of
Many us ; ,
Club were: Mrs. Floyd Green, Miss I So during this month of April, if someone calls on you to ask you to
Sarah Ilcixl Mrs. Juniia M. I money we didn't miss too much. We haven't been really tough
buy War Bonds in this 2ND WAR LOAN DRIVE will
Smith AfrlJ J i';. W Hayes, MIB.I I you buy to
;' Bertha Pearce Mrs. W. :B. fcowoll, I with ourselves. the limit-and then buy more?

Mrs.Moore Vernon, : Howard.. Mrs. Susan Rut this war is a hard, down-to-reality And many of our I Better yet will to Bank Postoffice
and r.I.s Y. A. Ilarrii. I you go your or whereveryou're
During \the social period, two boys are dying in it. used
to Bonds
young musicians were introducedby \ (, buying your and buy NOW? Will you

Mr Ellery M. Davis and Uiu We've got to buy MORE lend extra money this month? Money that can hasten the day of
following piano numbers were
'I given: Dotty Sue Blgga played So your government asks you to buy Bonds and more Bonds to J Jget 1 Victory? Money\ that can help to save American lives--perhaps; your

r "Starlight and Nancy Llghtfoot Waltz" by played Bralnard'Sere-, t\ really tough with yourself. We're asking you to. give up the 1 son's or your brother's or your husband's-by helping to shorten

,,1 ",,11,," by Schubert. frills and "extras" for the rest of this war. 1 this war?
Orange punch and cookies were
,4 f nrved by the hostess committee, We know how human it is not to make sacrifices until the crisis Money buys money

.On'hlch J.was Davis composed, ),{,rs. James of Mrs.Lewis Raw-, t drives us to it. In England they felt the same way' until the bombs Remember, what you're really buying with your money is still more

Mrs., W.Mrs.H.R.Hart.C. Buford Mrs. Earl and Mrs.Searing started falling. Now they can't do enough! money. For after all, these Bonds are money! Money plus! Every

+ Kate Shepherd. .Bombs are such persuasive things. But just as persuasive ought dollar you put into War Bonds will bring you a dollar plus interest.

The coal of the Second War lo be the spirit of our brothers, sons, husbands- who are ready to So the more Bonds you buy the better for you. Amerlcans-

_ r 9 > Loss drive Is U blllloB dol- give all. Think now what are your dollars, compared to Get Tough -with yourselves-for your country.
i larm. That Is Just abut era
i'M ,; t fifth ef the estimated increase t their lives?
There Are 7 Different
of U. S.
V Types Government Securities
., f the Public Debt for the in- If could see .
'. p eat year. .f 1MX. you Choose the Ones Best Suited for You

WOTICK. OK ,HPKCI.II. MASTER'S Look at it this way suppose you had a magic carpet that could
SALE /' United States War Savings Bonds-Series Et The
', Nolle I I. hereby given that und.rand take you to Africa and New Guinea. Suppose yon could hear the perfect investment forgroan
by virtue of a final d.cr.. offoreclosure Individual and lam
the 14th day. mad ot, April and, rni.r4 A. D. UU on, of American boys wounded, and :American boys dying savings. Gives you back $4 lorner') $3 when the
by Honorable Z. Adklna --4 Bond mature Designed especially for the smaller investor Dated lit
...t"h.Of ltAC.. ?
the j.t In andfor Say now, how many Bonds would you buy
Bradford County. Florida, alt.| day of month In which payment is received. ,Interests 2.9a, if held
ling Chanory. In favor of year
!,! ,neel.nJ4 .. Cr.wn, jot nod by That kind of
war to maturity. Denominations
$25
s $50 $100 $500
b r husband J. B. C..w.1 a plain 1000. ,Redemption.
and tiff.I ,Annie and aitaln.t lllna* Murh.)*, aa Murho D *- (THEY are dying. And;they will keep on dying until we drown any time 60 days after Issue date. Price 75% of maturity value.
: fitndant.. the und.r.lgned l a* tpcla l lMaatrr
I << In Chanonry will offer for the hi an overwhelming torrent of bombs, bullets, guns,
;i'{ sale before the front door< of the enemy 24% Treasury Bonds 1964.1969
Readily marketable
Courthouse at Stark Brad acceptable as
f.ntlo:: ; unty, Florida, on Monday, tanks, planes, ships, and sheEs. bank collateral these Bonds
ideal
the May. A. > 1 43. are investments for trust funds estates
lnadth*ar.t hour of :' !., and That why we're asking In this one month of April alone, and individual j A ,
will veil to the hlh*"t and heel you, special feature provides. that they be redeemed at
bidder therefor for cajih. the fol may &
tog lowing In*land Bradford*ltuat County*. lying and Florida b.. to lend Uncle Sam 13 billions of dollars -by buying War Bond par sad accrued: haterell for the purpose of satisfying Federal estate taxes.Dated .

to Th wit HWVl of sm",.. except 1 aor. I 13 billions of extra dollars over and above any buying that you'd April 15, 1943 1 doe Jane 15, 1969. Denominational $500. $1000,
In NB and The 8KV4:" of
corner "
SW NKVi'of' "4. ..ctlon Section 11'.10.RU All of In W"town-," of be doing aDJW'ayl! $5000, $10,000, $10Q,000 and 1000000. Redemptioni Not callable tffl
1 .hlp 7, II :- Containing June 15 1964 thereafter
fit arr.* more or I***. A lot of money ; at par and accrued interest on any Interest date

.tI 4t 5-7 Mater T. Frank In Chaneery.I. I.nndrum.fipocla .. Of course, 13 billion cUllars is a lot of money. It'll late sweat and at 4 months notice. Prices par and accrued interest

I,tear to raise it. It'll mean going without now. But also-it will Other SecuriIa Series "C' Tax Notes, %% Certifierte .lladehted.-I.

YOUCANGET mean savings now-to buy later: It'll mean giving np everything 2TreaaurBonda of 1950.19521 United State. Sayings Bonds Series "F"t

REAL RELIEF you>>! tsar.; ftniare with! your. con cience; so that we, ijs, oar cbUdrol, United States Savings Bonds Series "G.".

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