Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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DEC 191941 r1Trading
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BLANDING Center andRecreation for BRADFORD I I COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the

CAMP This Side of HeavenlioUJMK

Official County Publication *-. Established In 1877 _

11M1 ____ _____ NLIMIIKK: : FIGHT

Oedication' Attractive New Home- For. Hollingsworths Housing Hearing Hospital Project For Starke

.....! ,

Of USO Building ,.. ,--If ,, {, ., < ; Held Yesterday; Given President's


Postponed"Due ,. \ 2 Plans StudiedA .

to unforseen circum- '-"-':" : joint meeting of the City, PoliceReInstated Santa Claus Gets Federal Grant

stances that have arisen with the t Council and the ;''Board of County; I War-Like LetterEven

national emergency; It hag been Commissioners called for Tuesday -

found necessary to postpone the C"t M night for the purpose of Santa Claus will bo a Of $33,000Will

dl'lllcaUon.exercises of the newU holding a public hearing on the ; ; walking arsenal this year If many

S. 0., buildings at Starke and houii'ng' situation failed to accomplish young hopefuls have the same

Jacksonville: Beach, which were its purpose because a Salaries RaisedIn Idea. as 8-year-old Jerry Morgan Be MadePresident
scheduled for Saturday December quorum of Commissioners was not of Stnrkc, who. wrote the follow-

20." present Ing letter:

Thus read a joint statement In addition to the Councilmen, discussing the work of the Dear Santa: Roosevelt Wednesday

tamed. Tuesday by Mayor N D. w W. T. Clute, realtor! who Is sponsoring police department at the meeting I am a little boy just eight placed, the stamp of approval ona

Wainwright, Jr.,. of Starke and ,-;;",;"., the movement, was present of the City Council Tuesday yenta old and I have tried< to begcted health center (hospital)
I. D. Sams of JacksonvilleBeach. ,' ",: :: ,..., together with M. F at times
Mayor attorney night. It was the of all as you know.
: : .' .,.. concensus Ject for Starke
calling for
LJ .. ;' a
i"l" -.r : Brown Circuit Court Clerk J, I do
: ,.. :: ':. ,S- -- -- A opinion that it was a difficult And expect you around Federal
Reason for the postponement lethe rt Thomas Commissioners W M matter for members of the forceto Chilntmas Eve: night So I'm grant of 33000. The
result of delay In receiving: Edwards and P. D. Reddish anda to tell good news came in the.form of
Attractive new Lane recently completed for Mr. and Mrs live and buy their own gasoline going you what I want you a

equipment and furnishings, and Frank Ilolllngsworth on Monroe St. In :Mrs Bertha IVnrce's sub- large number of visitors on their present saluiles to leave me. telegram yesterday from Congressman I

baa nothing: at all to do with dh INion. This modern six-room bungalow was built hy J. D. Mr. Brown' outlined the Rural Hence, a motion was unanimously! First of all I want a aolclter Lex Green who h i'l
completion of the buildings themselves Housing Authorities LAW of Florida adopted to the effect that, beginning uniform, a cannon fort. set and
Ricks contractor In six week's time at an approximate cost of consistently boosted this projset,:
The Starke structure was explaining the three differ- January 1, the salary of a two barrel pop gun. So. you ,I,
turned over to the Camp- Blanding- 94,300. ent methods by which Federal aid each man, who holds. office by ap see I'm getting ready to help since l it was first dreamed 'tIt.i'l

constructing: q u a r t e rmaster on Is granted In building low-cos'' point ment. will be advanced $25 Uncle Sam, so I want to be pre- several year sa&o.The j

schedule (Monday night, Dec 15)) houses. The first is the City a month. pared when 1 meet the first little building will be construct!/'

by contractors Watt & Sincliar. Bradfordites Buy $53,461 Bonds authority whereby cities which This resolution followed a 30- Jap. And I'll show him how us ed on the southwest corner ,at:

Actual' construction was startedon had a population o f 2,500 or "minute executive session during little American boys can fight Church and seventh streets oi& ,a.' ,

October 20. above in the 1940 Federal census wfclOh, officers W E. Thorntonand Your devoted. lot 121x109 donated by Congr4man ::

In further explanation, the Since Sale Started; Need Is Great might be eligible for aid. Starke Fred Sapp, who had been suspended Jerry Morgan. and Mrs. Green. On August

Joint statement Issued by Mayor cannot come in this classification by Mayor N. D. Wainwright 13 the Board of County Commissioners -

Wainwright and Mayor Sams since Its 1940 census was under Jr., last week, were re- W M. Edwards
stated: I Bradford Oountlan have Invested 910,000 In Defense, Bonds 2,500. The second ie-the County Instated. The Mayor explainedhis Businesses Feel man, entered Into a contract I

"At a conference held with Fed- and Stamp since Japan's treacherous attack on the United authority; and the third la the stand in the case and his narrative a firm of Jacksonville chalr1'1 1'1

eral officials in Jacksonville Tues- States, December 7. A grand total of 933,461 has ben InvestedIn Regional authority,, ,jghjch embraces of'"reqeAt: events leading up Reynolds, It re wt on, Smith

day afternoon It was learned that Stamp and Bonds since they went on Kale the first of May. *, group c.. counties. to their suspension agreed substantially Effect Of War Hills-the same firm

equipment and furnishings could The figures were revealed by officials of the post office and the Another public 'IIIring on the with the story told Ins. the City of Starke to complete

not be installed as early as previously Florida Bank at Starke. housing situation./;'this one with a Saturday by W E Thornton. All preliminary work on the present
anticipated. We are sure in all the Everybody knows that the vast water and
view toward the establishment ofa magnanimous spirit sewage projectstodraw
The absolute necessity for Americans to aid their government -
that the citizens will agree that shown on both sides majority of Staike business men up preliminary plans for
Regional was such
authority, was
by the purchase of Bonds and Stamps Is stressed In a wire have profited so far from the
dedicatedthey the health
when the buildings are that what could have center
from Henry Morgentliau, Jr., Secretary of the U. 8. Treasury, Thursday afternoon at S o'- proven a war- -at least from the proximityof '
should be sufficiently fur- rift In the
clock-too late to be -repotted on community really cemented These plans call for an examination -
to the state organization. Mr. Morgenthau stated: Camp Blandlng to Starke. And,
nished and that all
opera- In this Issue of the' 'Telegraph. parties together. room and clinic,
"The declaration of war places a new and In'rP&Net1poRNI- all other things being equal the
(Ions of the buildings In behalf of This proposed Regional authority Since receiving telegrams from women's dressing room, laboratory -
the enlisted men can begin Im- bility on Defense Savings Committees. All local committees the Government the longer Camp Blanding remains doctor's
would embrace Alachua, Baker, concerning office, sun bath,
mediately. We regret exceedingly should redouble their activities and conduct a sales campaign Bradford Clay Flagler) Gllchrlst, necessity of guarding the municipal In operation the more money It nurae office, clerk's office, boiler

!that it has been necessary to re- which by Its response will demonstrate to our enemies that Levy, Putnam < St. Johns and light and water plant follow will mean to Starke. But sinceAmerica's room, sanitary Inspector's' room

vise our plans but such revision America to the man. I Is behind our greatest' national test. Union counties. Ing the outbreak of war. Mayor entry Into the war and library on one side of the

I bat been unavoidable. "Now that war Is on us, let every men, woman and child be There has been some confusion Wainwright has been on the alert i only ten days and from ago, it Is alreadyobvious hall. On the other side Will be
( experience
"We express our sincere appreciation and bonds For suspicious looking characters. )I past another examination and
given opportunity privilege purchase on a In ,the public mind concerning also) that from time to time room
to those who have worked regular plan. I know the committees will perform this great these two hearings, which had Last Friday night he saw three many restrictions will be Imposed clinic, men's dressing room storage -
10 whole-heartedly for the dedication men two of whom had the
general room waiting
service. entirely' different alms in view. upon the citizens of Staike along
exercises and trust that their a p p e arance of Japanese, room for storage and records and
It Is the opinion of some local 'with the rest of the .
I Interest and cooperation will continue wandering aimlessly about the country.During
Interests that County authority utility room. At the north end
.' streets of Starke, Not being entirely the past week a brief of the building will be
I Christmas Church Services would best serve the needs of survey of a few business houNel- a large
"The public ,may be assured Bradford County at this time. satisfied with their behavior notably Males rooms for automo- maternal child h y K I ene class
that the be the mayor asked police meeting and the
buildings will com- Y esterda,'* { 1oI'1 n If was called biles, parts and tires-was con room, buildingwill
pleted for operation and use as Amid the tinsel gift-giving and have Christmas trees for the by Chairman/W.. M.. Edwards of officers Thornton and Sapp to ducted to discern the Immediate be well supplied with bath

speedily as possible and will be other forms of merry-making, young people will hold this event the County Commissioners at the pick them up The officers fol- affect of the war upon them. The and toilet facilities, for both men

notified Just as soon as final arrangements Starke Churches will once againdo Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock in Instance of Governor Spessard I* lowed the men for a distance In results were enlightening.Mrs. and women, white and colored.

can be made." their utmost to stress the real the respective churches.All Holland and wan to be attendedby the dark outskirts of town, finally W. E, Torode, Sr., of the The building will front on Church

It had previously been announced significance of the Christmas churches will present Christmas State Housing Coordinator ordering them to halt Upon Torode Chevrolet Co., stated that street
I that Governor Holland season messages and music at all hearing this command, the unknown
Spessard Ammon McClellan. since September 15 there had This is the fifth of the defense

I would dedicate the building Candlelight Service services this Sunday. It was suggested at the meet- men opened fire on the been a shortage of cars, and, that projects to be approved for Starke

I here early Saturday morning and The beautiful candlelight vesper Holy Communion Ing at the City Hall Tuesday officers. Thornton and Sapp returned tills shortage had been serious and Bradford County.. Starke's

I then a motorcade would proceedto service, an annual event at the The usual Holy Communion night that after heating both the the fire, but the men slnro November 1. "We can sell priority list presented July 16,

Jacksonville Beach for similar Presbyterian Church, will be held service will be held at midnighton County and the Regional projects made.escaped before an arrest was trucks," said Mrs\ Torode. "That's Included 11 ejects. The first

ceremonies. Sunday afternoon at 5:30: o'clock. Christmas Eve at St. Mark's explained the people of Bradford day conditions In the light of present what they want us to sell," and four were approved sometime ago

An unusually fine program of Episcopal Church. I County could more readily decide Mayor Wainwright she stated that by the first of -additional school facilities, the ,
thought this I
[Southern Bell Christmas music has been arranged Midnight Mass I which would beat suit their needs.In sufficient groundsfor the new year they would likely USO building, water facilities and
by Miss Alice Fernandez, Service men are Invited to attend next week's issue the Tele- suspending the officers. know what Iher future course I sewerage facilities. The hospital

(Takes PrecautionsIn choir director of the church. Midnight Mass in St. Ed-' graph will give In detail the out- An aftermath of Friday's episode would be. was last on Bradford County's

Members of,the choir are: Misses ward's Catholic Church at 12 o'- come of Thursday's meeting. came Tuesday night when E. A. Snpp, car salesman for priority list, but because of Con-
order to protect its property Evelyn Stump, Lucile Mitchell, clock Wednesday night. three: men were taken from a the J. W, Andrews Ford Motor gressman Green's extreme) Inter-

I from possible sabotage. the Margie Mathews Louise Stern At The TabernacleA local theatre by night officers Co., said "We could sell many But In such a project, and also
I Southern Bell Telephone Co. is Baptist Church (substituting for Thornton and because of America's
I Jean Davis, Martha Mathews special observance of the more can If we had more samples entrance
taking certain precautions. "We Fay Yarbrough Merry Beth Christmas season will be held at Christmas' Program Sapp) and carried before the City on the floor." Many times, he Into the world conflict, project

I are only supplementing what we Knight Josephine' Johns Mary the Tabernacle Wednesday nightat Council, then In session. Upon said, a person would like to havea number 11 became approved pro-
[ have already ,done T. J. Roebuck A service In which the Christ ,receiving a "tip" that two number B.
Alice Yarbrough, Betty McRae 7:30: o'clock. There will be a Jap- maroon coupe, or a blue sedan, ject
I manager of, the Jacksonville Virginia Durehimer Barbara May- song fest. recitations and Instrumental mas story will be given In Scrip aneso and "a foreigner" were In and because there Is not one
I area, stated Tuesday in a long ture and Song Is planned for Sun- the theatre, the officers took
Rita Harden.
hugh and music, with visiting must- available on the floor, the prospective Judge CriswellAt
I I distance telephone message to the Christmas Trees clans participating. The public day morning at the First Baptist them In charge, thinking they customer says: "Oh well

Telegraph."We AU churches that customarUy la invited. Church At the same time the might be the same men who had I guess I can just drive my old Rotary Club
already ,have a hurricane Royal Ambassadors' Choir, composed figured. In Friday's gun play. car another year."

I fence on three sides, and are going of boys of that organization The men denied the charge, how- J. 1*. Roberts said he was exactly Judge Walter S. Criswell, of

I to put barbed .wire on the School Board Wear To Build will make their appearanceand ever, stating they were Chinamenwho 12 cars behind with orders the: Duval County Juvenile) Court

I fence In the front" he said. He FHA HomeRobert will share with the senior had recently started farming In hU Dodge-Plymouth garage, was guest speaker at the Rotary
I stated that the company was Will Go After choir in presenting the Christmas In the Lawtey section. They could 1 and could, get no assurance as to Club Wednesday. Discussing some

I placing four small lights around Railroad TaxesThe E. Wear executive secretary service. not be identified by fleets when he could obtain them. All of the conclusions he has drawn

I the eaves of the building "so of the Army Y. M. C. A. At the evening hour the new Thornton, and Sapp and, after of the concerns find certain parts from his long experience with

I that anyone lurking around the railroads owe a total of (USO), will erect a four-room neon cross with the wording being held overnight In Jail, were difficult to secure.Representatives young delinquents. Judge Criswell

I building may be easDy detected $1,919,000 delinquent taxes to the frame residence on the south side "First Baptist Church" will be released early Thursday morning. : of the Gulf service stated that most young people

I Later on, he Bald, they would State 0 f Florida 4410.18 of of South Street in Mrs. Bertha lighted after being presented to Concerning the suspension of station and Houston's ser- who go wrong are those who
I place' guards as they have already Pearce's subdivision at a very the church as a Christmas gift. officers, Mayor Wainwright told vice station stated that they were have experienced some emotional
I done in Jacksonville and other which Is due directly to the Brad- early date, he stated Tuesday The service In the evening will be the Councilmen that If they lOlling money now that they were upset at home.

I cities, but would not do so immediately ford County Board of Public In- night. in the form of a playlet "The thought Thornton and Sapp not permitted to sell tires and Homes that are destroyed by

I "though Starke Is one struction, it was announced at to W T. Clute, local Road to Christmas," and the should be reinstated that It was are eagerly looking forward to divorce are one (great cause of
I of the most important towns in the regular session of the Board realtor According and FHA representative Royal Ambassador's choir will all right with him. It was at his the time when thin restriction' trouble, Judge Criswell stated.
the Stats provide all of the music for the suggestion that the policemen received will be removed. I He emphasized the fact that a
.& Monday, December 1. The Board he has secured -for Mr. Wear the
&we .& evening. The.singing and playletwill their 925 raise. I child needs to feel that he is loved
electric lock real
ve an on first FHA loan to be granted a Frank C. Holllngsworth.
the needs the money, and decided to all be by candlelight. and appreciated In order for himto
and said "War
on one can gain newcomer to Starke. Pierce & state operator helps
entrance to the building without do something about It. Moore. Gainesville architects, All are cordially Invited to Wants Temple real estate men In defense towns," have a happy normal life We
tint firm of lawyers these services on Sunday Decem- have found that children who
The Tallahassee get
being identified stated
thoroughly drew up the plans, and Ben Hall Made A Boulevard while W. T. dote realtor,
and allowed to come in." Mr. Keen and Allen, having been will be the contractor. ber 21.The. hat he had had more inquiries Into trouble are usually those who
Roebuck said. successful In the past In collect- Sunday school Christmas James before ,luring the past week than durIng have an unhappy home life the
"The delinquent taxes for the "The FHA Is more friendly to tree will be on Tuesday night at Patray appeared speaker concluded.
War Ing ,
Department has looked the City Council night any other single week In the ,
Starke than it was a year ago,
Board the Board voted to re- seven o'clock It was announced Criswell Introducedto
over Judge was
our situation and is satisfied Mr. Clute stated. "I have been with the plea that he had never last eight
with employ them especially to collect today. the club members by L. F.
it. and we are also, for sometime to sell themon asked that body for anything before -
I u e taxes "for the years trying of the
concluded. delinquent Chapman, Superintendent
but he was anxious to see Region Center Notes
the future of Starke.
I flC.. J. Phillips Is putting in the 1926 through 1933 and for the Sternberg Named Temple avenue widened and madea State Prison Farm who was a
<1 lights for the company. year 1939." This law firm "is "regular boulevard." "I have Members of the Legion Recreation guest of the club on this occasion.
authorized and directed to do all Union County Murder Ball ChairmanNat talked with nearly all of the : Center staff, because of their

Property SoldThe things necessary to the conduct lower and the Oscar Hunter, for the past ten Sternberg, local merchant property owners concerned," he opportunity and privilege to know Farmers To Hold
through feel
In service
litigation the men keenly
years a barber at Lake Butler, has been named Bradford County elated, "and at least 90 percentare
appellate courts. The Board the responsibility of making I Conservation Meet
the extreme
property at :
shot Sunday night between chairman for the celebration of In favor of widening the
east end of Call street which has "agrees to pay Keen and Allen as was Christmas a day of cheer for
7 and 8 o'clock, and died Wed- the President's Birthday. The street, and would b.. glad to give
long been In litigation between a fee for their services In this those who will not have the prl- There will be a met"tlngat the
nesday about 4 o'clock A. M. appointment was made by Chester easement or right-of-way to see
Mrs. R. p, Fernandez and Mr. litigation a contingent fee in the vllege of furloughs. courthouse on next Tuesday, De-
Green Fitzpatrick, negro, his confessed B. Treadway of Orlando state 1& done.
end! Mrs, of 5 cent of all money cember 23, of the Soil Connervu-
W, Carl Jackson was sum per the
slayer Is In the Bradford chairman of the campaign to The Council expressed Interest, Staff members are asking
old this week to Blanding Center contested by the railroads and of the who can tlon signers to elect three County.
County Jail at Starke. raise funds for the nation-wide but suggested that he would have cooperation public
Inc.. W, T' clMe realtor who collected for the benefit of the to take that matter with the help out by Inviting one or more Committeemen for next year.
Infantile paralysis up
mi According to M. W. Mann of fight against annual and It
This meeting,
the Board from the railroads. an
7- sale, announced Tuesday Stat Road boys to share the hospitality of
of Department.
director organization -
Lake Butler, and also Sheriff A, W. Cecil Grant and C'hrbtt-. Is of interest to every farmer In
their home, their Joy
The property extends nearly 'War Film At ParkA O. Andreu Ruah Reddish white for the state group mas dinner The staff will be the county to be present.In .
d00 also was Jailed at will aid Mr. Sternberg In appointing School Holiday Starts
a suspect
feet man. addition to electing committeemi'n *
along the south side ofall I committee of glad to help In making arrange
l street-from Weller street special Issue of the March of Lake Butler and Fitzpatrick was a citizens prominent to I II Students and teachers of n. H, manta, us they know the boys the farm program and
Bradford I I
"> Ehort: street-and Is 100 feet Time. "Our America at War,"Iput I in Jail in Starke to separate in County the local S will leave their class rooms who will appreciate this privilege. Farm Defense Plan will be discussed -
aid him
deep, Mr. will be shown at the Park The- them. After the latter confessedto The meeting will begin
Clute stated. which is expected to include this afternoon and will not return "Call 144 and give a real Merry
Blending Center Is not prepared atre Sunday and :Monday. It will Sheriff John Dekle of Union campaign tel' t alnment until Monday, January 5-.-th. customary Christmas. to the boys who are promptly at 10 o'clock, as an-
various e n
t in announce right at the moment how Just how the America pea County that he did the Ihootlng.RedJJ concluding with the an- two weeks' Christmas doing: so much for all of us;' a nounced by L. T. Dyer County
Sheriff events,
11ut What won the last great struggle I h was released said. Agent.
rV. they will do with the ple Bal. holiday stuff member I
nual Birthday
Property and bow they can win this war. Andreu stated. Wednesday



DEC 191941


New River attended church at :

The Bradford Take Civilian Defense Seriously- AROUND LAWTEY Corinth Sunday and were dinner Camp Cracks;

County Telegraph Fear NothingPrepare guests of their mother, Mrs. A. On' Reckless Driver !
1 KxtahUHhed Ian For Everything! S. Crosby.
LAWTEY WELL REPKE- Earl Kirby of Camp Blanding Maj. W A-
M.EA1BER.NATIONAL That the cold reality of actual war has \T TIIH: CHURCHES MetlHxllMt SKNTKU In UNCLE SAM'S spent the week-end here with his ding provost sp., .

,FLORIDA PRISS ASSOCIATION at last awakened the public to the seriousness The Rev. Herbert Hazzard announces FIGHTING FORCES: wife, Mrs Betty Kirby. nounced that v e v e I'a I her
that Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of passes to ell"
EDITORIAL Unconfirmed reports are Camp
ASSOOATON i il e the following services 8lundln '
of the situation was proven by in- is represented In the hot- Rising and Ben Schaffer of Bell-! been permanently
10 A. M. Lawtey I'
l Sunday: Bible School at ; e k
i E. L. Matthew ___-1941: Editor and Owuer creased attendance at the Bradford County Morning Worship 11 A. M. sub test spot of the Pacific War-I view were among those who were cause of flagrBlll I'VatO fie elions. ,

Defense Council last the Jun- Wake Island. Hats off to Bill dinner guests of Mrs. A. S. S
'Ni *' --- -- '----- -- meeting Friday after- ject: "Jesus. Songs by
SUBSCRIPTION KATK Godwin This probably accountsfor Crosby and Mrs. Beulah Kelly MaJ. MUler
ior Choir. said
aIs. Yearly. $1.75; 8b: Months. 100. noon. But we still have a long way to go. Evening/ Worship at 7 P. M., the bold stand made there. Sunday. lIan, whether virt,0any,

_- Where 50 were present in the courthouselast subject: "The Shepherds." A pro- The Axis must also beware of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs and in camp wouloe'V' \Pi,
7 fnMlsbed Weekly on"Frtaa"c1 i Entered M s:..- them Eunice Dobbs of the State *
k Friday, there must be hundreds at gram of Christmas carols will be the fact that Lawtey has Mrs. manently if caught o
end ClaM Matter at the PM' Office at SUrka Fla.S world-In Farm guests of Mr. and some ',
; hear service. scattered all over the were excessive Yvton?
future meetings if Bradford County is to be at this traffic
Howard Miner in Cali- Mrs. Alton Dobbs Sunday.Mrs. such as '
_S rmt The Sunday School entertain- Cuba Is ; high In
BIBLE THOUGHT efficiently organized for civilian defense. ment and Christmas tree will be fornia la Geo. Arwood; in the Air J. R. Kelly, Mrs Marcus for minor violations the h and

w "He maketh wars to cease unto the end of This problem must be met in deadly held on Wednesday evening at Corps Is Charlie Beck who was Conner, Mrs. Floyd Crosby and would be warned In : ?,

; A the earth; he breaketh the bow and cuttetb the earnest. Writers of the Washington Merry- 7:30: 'o'clock."' Everyone is wel- Islands last heard Lamar from Smith In the isin Hawaiian Nor- Mrs.Jacksonville Earl Kirby Tuesday were shoppingIn second permanently time if apprehe

,' spear in sunder; he burneth the charlot In the Go-Round column who know whereof come.
4i usually Baptist folk, Va.; James Anders la I under- Soldiers
: fire. Be still, and know that I am God. I will charged with
they speak, have issued the following The Rev. Forbes E. Fuller, an- going training at Parris Island, GUM BRANCH violations t
w be exalted the nations; I will be exaltedIn normally are ,
I t among warning: "Don't laugh too hard at these nounces the following services: S. C.; Raymond Plummer is at By Mrs. Edd ParrishMr first and If Caught w
the earth. The Lord of hosts is with us; the a second
the Opa-Locka (Miami)) Base, and
Dec. 21, Christmas are
Sunday, turned
East Coast air raid Hitler has and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and over to
Psalm 46:911.We've precautions. comma!
God of Jacob Is our refuge. Sunday. Bible School 9:43: A. M there are others whom I cannot officers for action.

y' + now acquired some production in long Morning Worship 11 A. M., sermon think of at present, but wherever son, Bobby, of Sampson City, Mr, The provost
Warren of Starke marshal's
'- Never Sought A War- range bombers capable of a suicide bombing subject: "The Meaning of i any of these boys (who( are all and and Mrs.Mrs. Carlton Chastain of Issued Instruction,, to ofnr 1.11''

1 'We've Never Lost A 'War flight from France. These could fly the Christmas." B. Y. P. U. 6:30: P. I'n' the Navy and of Marines) are. or Hampton were dinner guests of Police to enforce the law
M.; Evangelistic service 7:30: p ,wherever any our Lawtey boys parts of the
War came again to the United States Atlantic, drop their bombs, and their crews M. I' may go, It will surely bolster Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. ularly to speeding,reservation. p,
Keene and
t of America on December 7, 1941 in typical could either bail out or head for some Annual Christmas Tree, Tues- Uncle Sam's defense or offense, Mr and Mrs. dinner
a son, Vanlce, Jr., were
day night, Dee 23, 7:30: P. M. A whichever the case may be. ,
totalitarian style. Japan struck without frozen beach in the Canadian wilds to refuel program will be presented featur- I guests of Mrs. H. H. Keene Sun No Hunting

'R14 warning, bringing to a head a titanic conflict from fifth columnists and attempt to escape ing boys ana girls of the Sunday SINGING CONVENTIONThere day.Mr. On Reservation
? 4 home." was !a slnfirg convention and Mrs. T. N. Norman
that most thinkers generally conceded School.A at the Lnwtey Paptlst church last and children, Dorothy and Ger- Col.
L. A.
New Year's Eve watch night Kunzlg.
to be inevitable. Another noted commentator, Walter Sunday. Several quartettes were ald, Mrs. Eldon Sapp and son, mander of Camp
service be held Wednesday Camp
r ; The' American people enter this war Lippman, advises: "Let us face the fact that Dec 31,Win starting, / with the reg. present. Visiting ministers gave Rudolph, and Mrs.. Susie Moore Issued orders that Blanding there '
1 brief) addresses and dinner was attended the sing at Lawtey Sun-
with a sense of grim and bitter necessity, the purpose of civilian defense is to enable ular prayer meeting at 8 o'clock. served on the grounds. hunting on the entire ream

;t r 1' realizing it to be a world-wide struggle to the civilian population to do its full duty to After a social hour, during which day.J.. E. Anderson of Jacksonville whether by soldiers or civil,
refreshments will be served, the'watch Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davis have This Includes the ,
the fighting forces. It must be week-end here with rel art
the death between democracy and dictator- organized spent the the
? night service will be observed -;moved to Alachua where Mr. range training areas aim

'' 2 { ship. No thinking man wants war. and itt so that civilians can in emergencies and disasters from 10:30: unttf 12:05: Davis will operate his farm. atives.Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stuart maneuver areas comprising

) is to the great credit of our country and its take care of themselves and not o'clock. Everyone Is Invited to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shufordof and children were the dinner 200,000 acres In the vlclnlt

leader that everything possible was done, bother the military. It must be organized see the New Year begin in the Jacksonville were visiting guests of Mr and Mrs. John Cle- the camp.
house of Lord.R Principal
the friends and relatives here last reason for the bi
r' within the bounds of national honor and so that nothing is wasted by civilians thatis week-end. mons Sunday.Mrs. to avoid accident by gunshot

interests, to maintain peace. The effort needed by the Army and the Navy. It B. C h a pman of Daytona Miss Massey has temporarily W F. Harnage returnedto responsibility for knowing a
here after
Beach was visiting Mr. and Mrs.S. her home recently Is
failed because the ruthless conquerors of must be organized so that civilians cease to D Harley Tuesday. moved to Montbrook where she spending a while with her son-in- soldier or civilian.land rests with

our time are bent on world domination. It regard themselves as spectators at a foot- Mrs. Nettle Green o f West ,will be acting as nurse to Mrs. law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Majority of the prohibitedIs

is all or nothing. The democratic world is ball game and go to work doing for them- Palm Beach was visiting Mr. and Montbrook. Joe. Dobbs at Pal atka.TIElESSA. fenced In but much of the
tr Mrs. M B. riummer last week Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazenof
allied in arms against the totalitarian world selves things that would otherwise divert Starke were visiting relatives neuver area especially ar

': i in the greatest war that history has' ever< time, energy, attention and supplies from end.Mrs.. Joe Blown was visiting here Sunday afternoon.Mr. By Mrs. II. D. May Penney Farms, Is not fenced

j j4r -1 q known. the conduct of the war." relatives and shopping in Jackson and Mrs. A. M. Townsonand Childrens'
ville We are glad to welcome Mr Home
Here in America the task is clear. We Thus speak these close observers who family of Lakeland moved back'home
Miss Mattie Harley of St. Augustine here this week and will buy a and Mrs. W. A. King Christmas AppealThere
4th enter the war with no delusions. We know have followed the war since Hitler first w s' visiting her parents, home here. Mr. Townson Is employed again. Mr. King has made a
}! that we face a foe who knows no rules, who started his terrifying venture. They are Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley here In the fire department at rapid recovery from his opera are going: to be
?t Y4 ? has no regard for international law and no not trying to frighten anyone. They are last week-end. Camp Blandlng. tion.Mr.. and Mrs Rupert Zeigler phan pretty and sad utterly and disappointed homeless I

respect for civilian lives or property. We not alarmists trying to attract attention by and little daughter, Linda, 0 f Ida children on Christmas 11

know that it will take all our manpower and seeing which one can tell the most frightful Hampton Happeningsby Gainesville were visiting Mr. and Ing unless some of the go
Mrs. J. J. Zeigler ,over the week- hearted readers of our
to win. We also know paper
r, all our resources tale. These writers are making a sincere
to their rescue.
that the American people are prepared to attempt to keep the American people from CIVILIAN DEFENSE PItOGK.\M end.Mr.. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were These little "Florida War

make whatever sacrifice and pay whatever being as hopelessly bewildered and frus- Mrs.; M. W. Morrow C. L. May, chief observer for shopping In Jacksonville Satur ferers" are the scores of pal

e 'price is necessary for complete victory. trated as were the people of Poland, France SANTA COMES: KABLY notification the Hampton from District, received day.Mr. youngsters now under the
headquartersthat and Mrs. Dan Railey visited of "Florida's Greatest Chat
Our soldiers and sailors who fight this Holland and other unfortunate countries Santa Claus will visit I the' practice air'raid spotting relatives at Keystone Sunday.A. The Children's Home Soclei

T i war will carry into battle a traditional when they, too, first discovered that it CAN this Hampton School School a little earlier' maneuvers will be held in the L. Sullivan Miss Ida Hagan Florida.

freedom not the unthinking year as holidays are near future. The notice further and Ben Loper W ere business According to Marcus C"Da
They are robot HERE! to start Friday Morning, Dec., 19,
stated that 24-hour duty wouldbe visitors In Starke Saturday. Fagg-the State Superlntenof
a $ r, 1 subjects of a dictator. They are not It is the duty of every man, woman at 10:00: A. 1\[. expected from our observation Rev. Jones of Jacksonville filled the Home Society for the

slaves, living and dying like puppets at the and child to become an asset and not a liability A begin program promptly has been at scheduledto 8:30 and post his regular appointments at- the 31 years, it looks very murb
whim of a master. They have been reared Baptist Church Saturday and Florida children had been to our country in its time of trial. the excbaqge) of gifts between COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS -

E in the freest of all great nations, under the This can best be dot e f by attending Defense pupils will follow. Parents and PROGRAMThe : Sunday.We are glad to know J. Daugh- completely body[ everywhere forgotten in while Florida*v

ideals which Lincoln called "The last best friends are Invited to attend these annual Community Cllrlst-
4 Council meetings, volunteering for air-raid events. mas' tery Is recovering froms Ih O"G- been sending money food,
Program will be
held In the
I hope of- -earth. They know what they are warden service and other duties, and by Hampton School Auditorium Wednesday tery Is recovering from his recent clothing to the children of

fighting'for They know how precious free- SAVE: ALL PAPER PRODUCTS illness. war torn countries of Europe
learning the fundamentals of first aid. night, December 24, at
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. and
dom is. And they know sorrowful truth Mayor M. L. Watterson received 7:15: o'clock. Gifts will be pres- May Asia.Mr.
In the words of the Merry-Go-Round a letter on December 16 from ented by Santa Claus to all Sun- little sons Hilly and Spencer, together Fagg says. "We do
that blood must be shed if freedom is to be "This is the Office for with Mrs. H. D. May were want any child in need any
writers: no time to take anythingfor Emergency Man day School children and many
a'? preserved.The granted. Remember Pearl Harbor Fear agement In Washington, D. C., requesting others will exchange presents. An visiting In Palatka Sunday after- to be forgotten on Chrli
with the other citizens and institutionsto noon. Day. Let us> do a little i<
opportunity is ours, enjoyable program has been arranged -
nothing. Prepare for everything! save all paper products. These and all are Invited. thing for our own pitifully n
free of the world to conclusively
peoples prove products are necessary In shipbuilding Methodist Building Florida children and the POD:

A that those who fight from choice to to make construction of Mr. and Mrs. O. XJ. Pierce and tie youngsters abroad too.:"
Liberty, Give FreedomAs Gene Mead In About ReadyAt The address, of the !
preserve their way of life and protect their torpedo resistance possible. War spent Sunday Lulu.
Christmas Gifts This Year Mrs. Dan McDaniel State Headqual'tersConsolidated I ii
industries also find many uses and son, least Society
homes can outfight the slaves of dictator one Church School
The practice of giving Defense for paper. Dan Mr and Mrs. ElIas Collins Building, Jar
Stampsas class
moved last Sunday morninginto
i nations who seek to gain world power. Final and son, Ellwood, all of Tampa, vllle. Gifts of money, food-
prizes at card parties and other social City councilmen will probably the new .Methodist Educa-
l victory is taken for granted, but it will not make plans for the constructionof were week-end guests of Mr. and tional building, according to the children's wearables toys,
events is to be commended and Mrs. J. welts
highly now G. Adklns. will be warmly
f be an easy task. The initial losses in the a press'' and provide storage pastor, the Rev. G. C. Powell. It goodies to b
'i small
the R. A. Brannen was a business No gift will be too
holiday wonderful
Pacific have made this dreadfully clear. season presents a opportunity space necessary until materialcan visitor In Gainesville will be another week before the .
i'' for carrying the idea further. be collected In bulk quantitiesby Saturday. rest of the building is ready for real help.JVelfare
But let there be no despair. Let therebe Willie Hunt, formerly of Hamp-
the government. In the .
Why not eliminate many useless, frivolous mean- ton and now living In Orlando, occupancy.The Checks Earl
instead uncompromising determination. time
save paper and other Items work was begun only a
gifts and in their place substitute was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.
t War has been forced on us-forced on us some- which may prove valuable In time L. Bedenbaugh last weekend.Mrs. few weeks ago, and Is being com- Public assistance reclplem
thing that helps your country win a war, of war. pleted at a cost of U, oo. Of t
a by a nation to whom we offered firm friend- L. J. wYnn: Mrs. M. L. Bradford County received
and which is bound be this amount $1,100 was donated
ship, economic cooperation aid in solving appreciated by The many friends of J. G. Lam- Watterson, Mrs. O. D. Gay and from the Christmas money early.
General Board of the
the receiver-Defense Bonds and ? will Mrs. J. .W, Horne Welfare Board has ar
Stamps oreaux regret to learn of the spent Monday State
p, its problems; 'everything, in short, except death of his sister, Mrs. George in Gainesville. Church, while the remainder was ed for the last warrant to i

Vso the right to pillage and destroy and con- This very day, this very hour, the most Harden of Tampa. Mrs. Harden Mrs May Sweeney and Mrs. C. raised by private subscription the Comptroller's office III T

quer. Now they have made their decision, vital necessity is the purchase of Defense died at her home December 16. L. May spent Monday and Tues- among friends of the the membership and hassee on December 20. B

Savings Bonds and Stamps to furnish the Mrs. day in Jacksonville visiting their Church. It is on ford County checks were *
there can be no quarter, no mercy shown Frank Williams of Gainesville the church property on the cor- on pee

'ail to these mad men who have plunged the money for the adequate arming of America. is the guest of her parents family.M.sister. Mrs. James Gnann and ner of Walnut and Jefferson 12 uled and to disbursements be mailed here an

last peaceful reaches of the globe into war. During the holiday season, when the spiritof Mr.Miss and Mrs. D. W, Johnson. P, Harman, Ray and Will streets, and is of concrete blocks. pected to exceed those of IN"

,,4 Of three things the American people giving is uppermost in our hearts, it is a Jacksonville'Virginia was Lou the Pickren week-end of Williams and Mr. Anderson, all bar when a total of tt,,048< *
of Kings Mountain, N. Xmas Seal Sale paid to 294 recipient
wonderful privilege to be able to two C., spent
serve of her
can be proud to the end of time: guest parents Mr and 474 to 47
Friday with Mr. $
and Mrs. assistance;
r purposes b y giving Defense Bonds and Mrs. J. J. Pickren. M. L. Now Under Way age and $194 I
+. The United States has never sought a Watterson.Mrs. pendent children;

war. Stamps as Christmas gifts. Betty Lynn, daughter of Mr. Lettle Parker and daughter Florida's annual crusade against recipients of aid to the

The United States has never lost a war. Whether the largest bond, or the small day and for Mrs.Donaldsonville.C. D. Lynn Ga.left, where Tues Jeanette of Starke spent tuberculosis Is now under way Grand total: J4.716.00.
Tuesday with friends and relatives with the distribution of 40,000,000
+ r And the United States will not lose est stamp, buy all you can afford-and buy she will spend the Christmas holi-' here. Christmas Seals over the state Godwin Is Lfterf'OJI'

this one! them today!lto days with friends and relatives. Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth and Mrs. by the Florida Tuberculosis and *
Miss Jessie )Mae Brannen of Lynn Hall Health GodwU. MB
were business visitors Association and its county Garland
I r Bartow Is spending the holidayswith In Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. organizations. Mrs. M. W Mor- and Mrs. J. G. Cody*, of
men who have no trade Randolph"; Mr and Mrs.. Law- her ler s
young parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Easier To Enlist Lynn Hall spent the week-end row of Hampton is chairman of State Farm and a
and advanced training to those ton Slaughter Lawtey, boy, "Ne- J. Brannen. 'oat"8 -
Valdosta, Ga. the sale in B. H. S :
Bradford the
County, and
i'i In Navy Now wh* already have trades. Mar- ville Henry, December 8. lember
i a
reports that returns so far this been named
ried men who have a trade may Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hodge, Oxford Lett
:" ; Tt !has been announced by theo be enlisted In the Naval Reserve, Starke, Dec. 4. boy. VANDERBILTBy Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and year are ahead of 1940. Emory a t athletic gre

Navy Department that enlistments but no man who to married will Miss. Velma NormanMr. I Mrs. Ellery Sapp and family Judge H. L. Sebring of Gaines- Club, varsity chosen fa
... I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee Bag ville, Is state Godwin was
In all clauses of the Naval be enlisted unless he has some I Sunday. chairman of the Young his outIng r
well, Starke. Nov. 28, girl. and Mrs. Russell Seal result of
Norman Sale, the goal "of which Is honor as a
1 ( trade the Naval Reserve can use. Mrs. Amanda Silcox has bets/
'Aviation) ( Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Otis Grlffls. spent Friday night In Jackson I to returned the raising of not less than $110- work In football
: Jacksonville from
Training) Is now authorized fora The Navy Department also announces Starke. boy, Dec. T. ville with relatives. I ing several days with after spend- 000, to carry on state and local of 11 men selected ElPtio
that the physical requirements Mr and
_ period of two, three, or four for enlistment In the Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Drantley, !or. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and' Mre. Russell Norman of this sec- programs for the coming year. than 63 candidates.Club I.

years, and minority enlistments.Men Naval Reserve have been modi Starke, boy Dec. 15.: family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. tlon. The dollars which the Seal Sale the Lettermen's .put.

enlisting In the Naval Re- fied. All who have been Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hutchln- M. Rosier and family of Wood- yields, are used to promote a honor on the EmrI caheA

serve are given the same pay and rejected for men enlistment are urgedto son, Starke, Dec. 15. boy-Bobbie lawn Sunday evening. SUNNY BROOK FARM health crusade, which, each year, Garland's him frlenh a electcongratula.te t
'' attend trade Lester. has gained in Importance and
opportunities to apply again at the nearest re ; Mr. and 'Mrs. F, M. Norman,
'' ?i'': schools as are the men of the cruiting station. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman, By Miss Arsula Croiby momentum: The money financesa Center

;Fs f regular Navy. Regular Navy en- Dennis Roberta and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Normanand Mr. and Mrs. W. program that covers several 'Walsh Leaves
s The Jacksonville recruiting station R. Hal
., listments are for six years except family were among those who lop points of a highly successful t. s'be
spent Sunday with plan
Is located in the Federal relatives Walsh.
minority enlistments for men Dennis E. Roberta, Worthington' attended the- Bradford County Jacksonville.Mrs. In schedule of work against the dis- Walter JJIJer

3 who are 17 years old and who courthouse and post office build Springs business' man and prominent Singing Convention a t Lawtey Grace ease.President been with Ahecrea tio P
ing, room 24S.: A letter or post of Plant City WP
have not reached their 18th birth leader In community a f Sunday.F. the Legion eetabllshe4 at
1 day. They serve only until their card further to this address. will bring fairs In Union County, died suddenly M. Norman and Kirby Crews Aria Brown.Week-end guest of Mrs. endowing, since .it was I i e f t recently

21st birthday. particulars.J.ccent Dec. 3 In the Alachua made a business trip t o High Mr. and Mrs. J. N. noted that the annual appearanceof months agO }Ie will t do It<
4' Men between the ages of 17 County Hospital as the result of Springs Monday.Mr visiting their Kelly were the Seal on holiday mall has Jacksonville. Malonic
: '
and 31 are eligible for enlistmentIn Births a heart attack while suffering and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe daughter. Mr. and son-in-law Mrs. and "proven that we Americans are lion work with at tbeluonvUle..

the regular Navy, and those an attack of pneumonia. Funeral were visiting Sam Norman and Tomlinson of Raiford Marion sincerely trying to protect our vice Center welfare wa r

{ '; between the ages of 17 antI CO Mi, a n il Mrs. Alexander H. services were held at Sardls Bap- family of Long Bridge Monday. O. M. Bennett Sunday. own against an Insidious, com also Masonic M anno

ry t are eligible for enlistment In the Warren Starke. Nov. 28, boy, tist Church Sunday afternoon at Perry Johns of Jacksonville last week with his spent part of municable disease." Camp Blandlng.

Naval Reserve "Wilford Harvey." 3 o'clock. Mr. Roberts was bulk was a business visitor to this sec daughter, Mr and aon-in-law and "We must help overcome a disease last week.

The Navy and Naval Reserve Mr and Mrs. George W Rabme, distributor for Cities Service gasoline tion last week. Crosby. Mrs. Floyd that still kills more persons Sg1:1F PSIIE.F.H.

need men now, and offer training Hampton December 4,boy, "Larry in this district. !oIl'. and Mrs. Morris Johns of I Mr. and Mrs. O. between the ages of 15 and 45 : ; :.,."..\IJ
E. S
Crosby of than any other cause of death." rts. m. Ilt" 48 .

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lase. A strip of land SO )'d... (OFFICIAL REAL,: ) A. J. Thomas Unknown.You .
Wide lying on South aide of Aa Clark ..f mild. Court 6-12 4t 1-2 are' required to appear o>
School JournalEDITORIAL said 5 acre aquare, and also WaybrlRht A. Wuyl.rlxht. Jackson January 6th 1942 In the above
!lees. railroad right of way and villa, Ku) Ally for Pit named Court and cause. wherein,
Krndetl' rood| right of way, plaintiff seeks divorce, r..rltor4County : ,
to the highest bidder for canh at
Telegraph shall publish this
the I Hotith front dour of the County. iv rmrriT corirr, pn'I"UtU Order In next four weekly. issue '
ooiirlhouHB In Htnrke. "Flnrldn during -
1Ytnesemy hand and official aaal
1'FII: Y.
the legal hour. of sale on January at Htarke, Fla., Ihla December 3.
Senior Douglass, Plaintiff
: STAFF Biographies Club Sponsors Third Grade News 6th, 1D42. C. A. Knight, Mary ;C.. UOUKHIIK| Defendant: Cane va. 1941.OFFICIAL.
EditorIaChieflfarjorie No. I 1041 ( HRAI. A. J Thomas
Hen no
LEONARD S\IITII! Charles wrlnl' OltDKU OF PUBLICATION Aa Clerk of sold Court, 12-S 4tlJChn -?.
Thompson Show In the senior class SoB CommlsHloneriiKnlitht NOTICH TO APPKAIt ,
Reportersdine A KnlxhtStarkw. STATH OP PI.OUIPA to: Mary Atty. for PJf. ,
Social Margie Mathews a boy who 1 s usually Bradford B Club is spon Our room Is going to draw "'Inr...", C. Douitla, whose. residence. I I.

SilcoX, khaki although he is names today. Each of us ia to Attorn..)'. fur Plaintiff. 12-19 4t 1-9 Unknown .
" Dorothy Green performances of the Bor- You are required' to appear 01 iv nnrriT roriiT.COUNTY. U11tItFORD
dier, and on a bicycle on December 29th, at bring a gift, not costing\ over ten January. 6th. 1942, In the abovenamed Kl.Ullllttl IN ('IIAN-
Special Features cents for the one whose name Court and cause, whereli (.IIJII Y.Y" .
liveries iv
he ia rinri'iT rni'irr. nn
although ADFOR1)1'tll'N'CL'
Ovid Futch Joe and January 24th., at .... plaintiff seeks. divorce. Rradfon Gorge 01 Hayes.Lander cery boy. He Is a \ This band Is heard we draw. We have our Christmas A..Snow.o.nll', Plaintiff iv C'II"Nt't.HYHalph v''". Maude this County: Telegraph shall publish I Margie I W. Uottunir, Defendant.t

Reporter messenger boy. He has station WRUF every week tree. C. "Snow, Itefendant.. Cane No. U78. liie. .Order In next four weekly Case No. IaD1t1)Nlt OF PUBLICATION

Junior the pleasure of singing at six o'clock. Helen Whitfield. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND Witness my hand and official' seal AND NOTICR TO APPEAR:
BLimi Davis Nina Bishop. ,Edna NOTICE TO APPEAR at Starke: .., this December ., 8TATK" or FLORIDA to: MargieW.
but he has had STATE OF FIXMUDA to Maude
Edwards gram 1 will be on sale In the We are planning _|o have a P. Snow of IB7 Hems Drive: St. (1941.OFFICIAL SmAI) A. J I North.. Oottunar. whose Little address. I lit 14
Interesting e x per e New Thom Ana Street: Falls, NewYork.
Itt, ________ Patsy Roberta future. The performances Christmas party Thursday after Alnana ate York.You Aa Clerk. of said Court II-t4t 11-lt i
NeWS _______ Mae Parker Is anticipating has changed the time so held in the school audit- noon. Some of the girls are goIng February ,let required. 1942: to In the appear abovenamed on Ham Atty.U.for Wilson Pit Jacksonville Via I, You. are 6th.required, 1942 to In appear the abovenamed onJanuary

Sports ______ Buddy Davis In Lawtey and Hampton. to sing and others are going Court, and cause, wherein Court and cause.. wherein. .
can voice his telegrams plaintiff aeeka divorce, Bradford -- '
tlMk.--dl"or. .
_?.____--Douglas Hazen He to recite poetry. County Telegraph shall publleh. this iv nnrriT cot'iiT.' ItRAP"ORnC'OVNTY. plaintiff BradfordCounty
Leonard Smith. Telegraph ahall publish tbl.Ord..r *
Order In next four FI.OHlUt IV' ''
weekly leeuea. fJIIANCMMV
Special And Ends We wish who reads Witness hand Hylveiter De Fonce. In neat four weekly ,Issues.Witnesamy .
When Leonard was a everyone my and official seal Plaintiff. v. hand and official seat
Doe Hayes. Joe Lander this at Stark. Florida this Dec. 17th Florence De Fonce:, Defendant.: '
a very good Christmas anda Fla. this December a
he loved to run away 1911. Case No. KM. r:4: ttark'
junior Reporters dreaded week In
Now If he most your very happy New Year (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND OFFICIAL
were running ( SEAL) A. Thomas
ML Davis Nina Bishop, SklrOolley. life will be over by the Aa Clerk of ,until Court. 11-19" 1-9 NOTICM TO APPHAK A .ll5
would probably be from Dottie Sue Biggs. Francis M. STATE OF FLORIDA to Florence Clerk of said Court. 4t1IICarlton
Marjorie Grlder. Edna will McHale. Jacksonville, :
read this and C. Arnow Jackaonvlll,
you 1>.
Fla, Atty. for Pit. Fonce whose residence I*
Ards Martha Markey Eva The moment In his for the holidays Unknown. ria. Ally .for Plt.IN .

GalneyOlri's he was the moat scared different feel- Fifth Grade News You are required to appear en
altogether lit THK, rmri'iT corivr ron January 6th. 1942, In the above : CIRCUIT cornr. BR I>FOHDCOUNTY.
Sports when a number of Although, exams are over BRADFORD (COUNTY FLORIDA. named. Court and cauae, wherein rLORIIIAIY "CHAN
a-H IV IIIIVIKIIY. plaintiff seeks. divorce Bradford fKKir.Kleanor.
Peele over the Western Union
Opal have a queer feeling TUB AMBKICAN Olti COMPANY County Telegraph shall publish this llartaell. Plaintiff, VH.
low that he thought they you think about them and We drew names Monday after & corporation under the laws of Order. In next four weekly '......L Shelton llartaell. Defendant. Ca..
to land on the building. the noon. We also colored Santa MARYLAND Plaintiff Witness mv hand and of f lolal aeal No. 1141.
or joy as case
at Rtarke Fin. this Oltl>KR CUP PITHUICATIOM
Dec.. S. 1911.OFFICIAL
tonal When he drove to be the results will bring. Clauses wreaths and.holly leaves. Ann1Hai.OUISE MORROW et ai., ( SHAT.> A J.: Thomas,, AND NOTim: Tt) APPKAItHTATK
Most of us are reviewing for Defendants.NOTICE. A* Clerk of said Court C-19 U 1.> OV KMHIIPA to: Shelton -
his vacation he had a we are living in a dif TO ATPPEAU V. K. Knowle. Atty. for Plf. HarUell. who..*. residence. I I.
tR: COUNTRY NEEDS YOU interesting experiences world than last year. We examinations. To: Liottlc K. Duncan and l.oeh K. Unknown.
Vivian Duncan, her husband 960 Florida Ton .. lr4 to on
McRae are r appear
ft bear a lot about patriotism' number of Interesting slgb be expected to do the Avenue, Baton )Kouir, Lvula-. iv .t".T. cot'HT. BRADFORD January tin., 141, In the abov
Leonard has black work and I am sure we can Audrey Moore reporters. totivrv! KI.OIIIDA iv <-n"ncicnrAmedeo named Conrt and cause. wherein. .
I democracy during these dark Jorm"ll. Klnlaw. U. 8. Veteran Fa- Hlvanu, Plaintiff, va. plaintiff seeks Uradforduny
He likes anything "good' blamed. 8-8 duty Augusta Oeorfcla.NOTICFJ Emma Murronl Hlvanu, Defendant. I ( :> Telegraph dWPII: ;. thlaOrilnr
'3 of doubt and terror. It lad IS HKHBHY: OIVHN Case. No. 1(153.( : In neat four weekly. Uauea.official .
this rain has decided
(We don't know whether glad We are very sorry that Nancy that you are required. to appear. on ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND I VVItano* my hand and seal
that we have such solid sub- : characteristic of vacation. If it hadn't before NOTIf'1A] I'I'I A R ITUk. December:
a a Llghtfoot won't be able to come or the Hth day of January, at Htarke, Ihla 2.

U as these to think about isn't haired boys or not but all the children in B. H. back to school until after Christ A. D. by 1942.the to the American bill of Oil complaintfiled Company Murronl STATE Itlvano OF FLORIDA, wr.o. *.. to residence: Rmma (IM1.OFFICIAL !flnAL! ) A. 3. Thomas

We have a cause worth fight. like that sort of thing have. We still think we mas. Nancy we surely 'hope aa plaintiff against. you and I* car of AgoKtlna. Murronl, Porto A* Clerk of said Court. 12-6 4t 12-2
other., aa defendant.. In the above Hcuao: Province of ('..lIarl. Italy. Chaa. It. Has, Jackonvllle, Fla.
which How
The democracy it a new school building. Santa will be
for: seems. really good to you. named court In which proceedingthe You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf.OaakllL.
forefathers ordained and Although work In the you? We have missed you a great deal. plaintiff seeks to reform the January lit h. 1942, In the above, -

ibllBhed. C o n s e q uently we Union is Interesting work i I surely do miss those All of us are looking forward description and leaned of by the that land certain describedIn lean plaintiff named: : Court seeks and divorce pause, Bradford wherein' 1i'V' CIRCUIT. MUST, BRADFORDCOUNTY.

uld be willing to sacrifice allt rather work with games. I don't see why with a great deal of pleasure to of I>. C. Klnlaw to said plaintiff County. Telegraph shall publish; this i (: rj.OR.UAI: c..NKRY. -
Order In I
dated March SI, 1917, that the next four weekly Ijmuea.Wltneaa
Is humanly possible to (nand wants to major in have football games two weeks of rest and fun during demised premises. shall*o consist' of my hand and official.... Louise Plaintiff. V*.. Floyd.

i assure our future la a gineering. He also wants the winter because the Christmas holidays the easterly 64 feet of lot i and at Rtarke, Fin I this Deo., .ahO 1941. Uaaklll. efndant.OF PITHLICATION Cane No. 1460.OUDKK
the easterly 44 feet of the North
locratlc world headed by demo about plamblng and as cold in the fall as it We have been wondering why Half of Lot 9. In Block 19, Tempi A*. Clerk. of Kald. Court 6-12 4t l-l BTATB ANt NOTICtO Oil' FLORIDA' TO APPhlAR to Floyd I

atic people. ing.We January. Oh. well basket- Lester Gatlin I Isn't in school. We Addition Florida, and to the the Town appurtenance of Htarke,, Beach Walter Fla C. Ilardeaty.Atty. for Plf.Dayton nanklll.. whose residence. I I. 111

Int, your country needs you. hope that Hitler to have its place in this hope he Isn't 111. said. land and appurtenance being -- Water You Street are required Norfolk to Virginia appear on

confidence. You of sports too. The basket the property Involved and proceeded iv rinri'iT' rorni-. BRADFORD In above
needs January ith. ills the
your other war lords do not We are having a teat in geography against In said cause, and In
COUNTY FI.OIllltAI CHAN4KltV. :: wherein
named Court and cause,
y be Just the one to say that your chosen career too and girls are getting in today. Isn't It,queer how said suit the plaintiff also peeks to plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford;

offing word which will cheer Leonard. I can hardly wait for one feels certain ha, has enjoin I the defendants from molesting Minnie Alma Smith Plaintiff v. County Telegraph shall publish this
said plalivtlff In the possession I Defendant.
Knell Smith Iniiuea.Wltnee .
In four
: Order next weekly
eved heart. You may be theto game. I have heard heard of that question'before? of said premises. duringthe term Case No. l 44OltDKU .* my hand and official. seat

unravel a mystery concern- that we have a grand :Mrs. Sheppard teacher. of Mid. lease thereof.WITNNHS or any rerenewalor OF PUBLICATION at Htarke, Fla.. this Der R, 1941.OFFICIAL .
the Ideas which the country both sides this year. We : my hand and the seal. STATE OF FIX1RIDA to: Thomas ( Clerk of said )Court 6.13111.3
The senior class of new suits too. of this Court this teth day of December Knell Smith whose. residence la V. H. for Plf..
la mind. Although you may A Visit To' The Ten Cent Store A. D. 1941. Knowlee. Atty. _
to have In its
find a spy or saboteur there proud are purple and gold. The (OFFICIAL. HKAL.) A. J. Thom,
true native of Georgia. We visited VanU. Priest's ten Clerk of the Circuit (Court Bradford -
other vital things you can are yellow jersey with County Florida 12-19 4t 1-9
and say. Your loyalty to your him Buddy Davis for letters and the trunks are cent store December 2. We hada

fills a certain place here happy time. When we returnedto HAVE YOUR SHOES MADE LIKE
is ,Important. satin. IN CIRCUIT (rnr. BRADFORD
ntry extremely
S. and his sometimes school we learned that the roilNTY.'" FI.OHIKAl I IN tllAN- '
Second, your Country'I' needs would be long-awaited "B" Club (-NRY.Beranoush. NEW
amusing wit children in our room had bought ..
support. Even If you could is going to be this Friday Rnahaklana, Plaintiff va.Ham Shoe Repairing Dyeing and Shining
ribly. If he chose to several toys. This Is the storywe H Knahaklan. Defendant.
iri to give only a penny a day Buddy does not believe at 8 o'clock in the Armory. Case No. 1149.OltDRIt .
wrote: Done At A Moderate Coot
would at the end of a here's a
year informal so girls
but that
destination says AND) NOTICH TO APP1CAH
s< given $3.65.: Multiply that is laid out for to wear your best frocks Earl's airplane cost ten cents STATE OF. F1XW1DA lot Hum B.Raahaklan .

re by the number of peoplehe really besides church. Put Roger's car coat five cents.Edward's .*, whose residence I* Larilf Shoe All WorkA
reason Is, quote "I have place Unknown.You .
United States and you have to out of smile a laugh or two and jacks cost a nlckle. are required. to appear on Specialty Guaranteed
pull myself; Barbara's doll cost a nlckle. January 6th 1942 In the above
hie I h
ONEY-money w our
as much in debt as along. Her ball named Court and cause, wherein TilE ELECTRIC SIIOE slim-
try needs. There Is In this t." His haircuts cost a fickle too. plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Under New Manacnment
ool a project to each stu- wasp are fashions among the senior Bobby's rope cost 5 cents.Julia's County Telegraph shall. publish this
reason. When his hair bowl Order In next four weekly lKuea.Wltneaa .. ACROSS FROM PARK TIIKATRK
t who desires to start his own need It girls this week. set coat a dime. my hand and official.. seal.
ings account. With your in of cutting. Dyal with her up sweep Bonnie's doll cost a nlckle. at Rtarke Fla. this Dec. 6. 1941.
be the time the
same The dart
gun cost a dime.
i ey you can buy Defense Say-
the mood for performing with her sweat- Six boys bought
green guns.
Stamps in the school. In
to the utmost in fact he from Hollywood. First Grade Ruby
way you are helping yourselfwell 1 Lilley. o
a bit too well as may '. hair-do in rainy

as your country. Each when Buddy steps out teacher."B" STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS Clns'iL71fQN
sighted student will take ad-
barber shop. Then poor 15o each
tage of this opportunity. If he trying to wear skirts BRADFORDCOUNTY
has to suffer the con her basketball suit. TELEGRAPH. '
not already done so and thus Is
Buddy's name really
his with her pink suit and .
country. We all comment that iUis iw CIHCUIT .roruT IIHAOKOHII
burden to him but he with her old-fashioned Helen Tucker Plaintiff vi.. Wil-

mpus Chatterere enjoy making people stop !N.>.urn..w-.. 1670.ORDFIt. Tuefter ..Defendant. Care

consider before uttering and "Jerry" with their OF PUBLICATION AND tj..,
we are shutting up the thoughts. He is not NOTICE TO APPfalAlt
length stockings. HTATM 0V FLOIUUA to Wil-
y. putting up the trees and where he acquired the. about new fashions, burn W. Tucker whose. residence
lying for exams all In one Buddy. He believes he la "Unknown..* -
cook books
the big
seen You are required to
\. What a combination! I appear on yeant
during the February 2
up Economics girls have 1944 In the above
Sine we will all feel better was saying, named Court and vauae, wherein
? They have the most
plaintiff seeks llvoro, lirarlford
uy when we find out that weour
how about a dime for a looking pictures In them. County TeleKraph shall "ubi hob
ed exams like Ihla Order In next four
a top. coffee 1"When weekly lame

re's Hoping) I can smell ex- Bradford gives make the a good turkey Xmas sizzling gift.and Wltneaa.*.. my hand and official p *1 ii liFi ii

nations in the air. 'Guess old diploma he does not cakes cooling we wish seal at 16 Htarke, 1941.OFFIClAf. ,. "'lurId... this l>ecember .
ia is
getting prepared for a a lawyer or a doctor for every one a very :Merry ( 8HAIA' '.J. Thomas.

> trip this year and I'm surely these fields will be and a Happy New An Clerk of'said Court. 13.19.4tttiFrancis
M. Mi-Hale
going to forget to put up my by the time he has Fla., Atty. for PH. ," ,

king. No slrree not me, I'll He wants to be a : Odds and Ends Reporter.

old Santa wouldn't know what est ranger or an aviator in CIRCUIT COUnT niiAnponn

!ink if he came to our housesdldn't never really tried the art I I ('OVI\ITY.F'.OIUnA. IN fllAXKHV I ,
Grade News 'jtn : jy 'cukttb:1: : r
see a great big stock- ing. If he chooses to r Cane* No. 1614. p 1e,1

bung there and an extra one forest ranger, we hope I 6-8 ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND
to woods riding
assigned week has been a busy one OF FIXMUOA to! Jean
aa all the gang turnedto lesser instincts tell him because we have been dec Marie Puckett. 190 P.achtre.It.: .. +

Sonny's cottage at Santa his distance from horses. for Christmas Atlanta Ueorgla. I
our room are required to appear on
Lake Friday night. I peeped Buddy's greatest .." 1942 In above {
around 10 pictures wreaths and :::::....t.rlou'rt; and u..b.: wherein
o'clock, and thereJ. he but
writing so says Our Christmas tree Is up plaintiff Beek.. divorce Bradford

E. and Dot. Jerry andk reason to think We have drawn County Telegraph hraleet
thla Order In next to leaueH -
another log on are mere objects to him, and are now anxiously .

tire; and who should be there fore he does not see for Santa to bring the WltneaH my hand and official.
Buck (Jitterbug McMillan Real at Florida, thla December /
) From the entire IS t.I 164i.OFFIIAL f. )

''King out with Evelyn. OVere goes the best of wishes we are reviewing for ( HEAL: ) A. J. Thomas.
corner was Enos and Ver- successful : A. Clerk of Bald Court. 11 4t t-tl f
happy and when .
and will be glad they Robert B. HiK-ker, Jacksonville
singing "I'm walking ther Buddy. "'Ia.. Atty. for PPlf.
Over You."
The only thing
new pupils joined our
>t it that 11 riRCt'iT 'Ot'111' nitAiiponii I
was at all dlscour- .
Tenth Grade They are Kenneth fOt'WTV. FI.OIIIU IV ('IIA I'll' C'';II" I
g was driving through the from Daytona Beach and Harriet "Fnlaml Plaintiff v.. (Ion.Poland. .
and Defendant Can. No. U71.
water to Sonny's house.y We held bur regular Wetherington from Jack ORDER OF PUBLICATION ANIJ 9 sn Atbn

why don't you have a : Ing Friday morning. A NOTICE: TO APPEAR t"
d I rOad built? had BTATB OF FLORIDA to: GeorgeFoland
pare Everyone i from the decorating Jean Robblns, reporter. whose residence. I., (lobleeklll. 6.
of getting stuck before was called for. Virginia State of New York care of
fn&Frank's Buick certainly e-K the Aufruatan Hotel.
was appointed chairman You are required to appear on
[Pick up. Or has It? Christmas room is proud of contribut February 2. 1943, In the above
program named Court and .. wherein
My to the Tubercu- sauce
who girl dollars
was your friend nineteenth. plaintiff seek. divorce liradfnrd 11Dt9
py. night? Nice going "true- Everyone gave some- County Telegraph shall publish.
Everyone is busy this Order In next four weekly la-

rbert and studying for have four new books. They Ru-e.Witness' my hand and official 4.-J I.
seems to have
made up this week. We hope and Fritz of Ger seal at fltarke, Florida, this December
< In sticking to the same 16. 1941.OFFICIAL .
favorite. Do mind Lora? passes. Little Peplto of G e r ( HEAL A. J. Thomas. Busy people know what the

"i you The Christmas "Indian Legends of Ameri An. Clerk of said Court. 11-19-41-1-9
did I hear you say you R M. Norton Jackaonvllle, Flu.,
We wish
JVed soon be here. and "Fifty Bible
a phone call Atty. for Plf.
e). Not bad for ? (Long old dls- a Merry Christmas and ." pause that refreshes with Ice-cold

you boy. New Year. 11 CIRCUIT rornT. BR*FORn.
r Happy score In spelling was
you very seldom be- "Cnl'ITY' n.UHIIJA. l> CIIANKitr. :

,ess What the People joke's tell on you you do you this? Dot Faxon by, Ronald the following Griffls, : Billy Bobby I W.(' M.: K.1'lalntlff

Let Marilyn Barton Eleanor I -vaL.I1II -
that Grade
be "
a lesson to
you .. and '
Ruth Day and Barbara Hay Menriry R H.ndry. bar hatband a little minute long enough to

4-II n.nd..nt...
Baking of would ..
thrills you Partition ( a> N. IOIO
been too if had seen We have enjoyed our Billy Smith reporter. NOTICE OF f'ttfMIMHtUNKfurRAM : : '
y and you tree and other : _- enjoy a moment's rest and
when they re- Take Notice that the itnderilicn'ilCommlmlonerit.
'; that long distance phone week. Grade News7L In nt-cnrdancn with
ttto I'ecree of Partition and Hale l
onday. They were dancing Marilyn Black moved rendered. In above raun*. will' soil 5 refreshment. .Ihe buoyant refreshment -

' far creation. I think they Georgia last week. We the following prnnortv situate In
s to have Nancy Itra'trord ( Florida to-wll:
trick are glad County
their for to lose her.Richard .
up sleeve I HW; of HK'4' of Hec. 29. Twp.
: time I soon. Did I hear some I Carter hasn't back in school and hope s 8 n 22 R, less. 1 acre aqliaraIn Ice-cold Coca-Cola.

IIy It would be double Well school a day this month can stay. 5 acr NW'*a corner square. thereof In NW, also cornerthereof less. You trust its quality

I wouldn't doubt It one bit beginning to think he of us are sorry that Her- also leaa., rommencInK
well. had to leave. Ills at NH corner of 8W>< of HK'4aforenald '
like us very and run Mouth 810 ft. lOtrilO UNOII AUTHORITY' Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY *Y
ll.F.1) INDEX C.\RD3-dl We collected $1.00 Is being transferred to a point of Klnnlnv, thence.

&BRADFORD COUNTY room for the Christmas Ga. run Weat 210 ft, thence Month STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.AY. .
210 ft., thence Rant 210 ft.,
>zAPIL Mrs. Hart Gay Drlskell. reporter. thence North 219 ft.> and also



DEC 191941) .


5 : gown of blue lace, with matching holidays Wilma may decideto Important Subjects : sons to man the seven aertoTT-

.lV li.:1 SOCIETY and CLUBS accessories! and a turban of blue stay in Fla for the rest of the Heard At RotaryThree tlons which are needed In Br"
the Oklahoma
: w t velvet roses. Her corsage was of winter, seeing as .the ford County. '
weather kinda cramps
>t s tube roses. important subjects were A. J. Thomas
St. Mark's Auxiliary Methodist Circles (loyal Service Program Mrs. William E. Higgins of style of Tick and Don, who like reported on the
the of
outdoor exercise Won discussed at Rotary progress Road 281
Has Organization Meet Washington, D. C., the bride's their to
Met This Week Of Baptist W. M. S. Camp
der If there are many others like recently. W, P. Smith gave a Binding. "Everything
aunt, was her only attendant Is
t The business women 0 f St Mrs. A. Wood was leader of the The regular Royal Service Program Mr. Bowers haa< as Ills best manJ. Mrs C. E. Hernwall, who would brief report of a meeting he recently well lined up," he sold ln pretty j
!in hour or so daily, speak
,Mark's Episcopal Church organized devotional and program service at meeting of the Starke Bap- A. May. gladly put an : attended In Jacksonvillewith Ing of securing certain !
: a ?I an auxiliary Tuesday evening Woman's of tist W M. S. was held at the at a Red Cross sewing room, reference to the sale of Defense way that are rlghts-Qf.I
L the Society Christian Mr. and Mrs. Bowers, both for bandages knitting sweaters -, necessary
at the rectory Mrs. O. I, Church at 3 o'clock Monday aft, making Bonds. He passed on to the the road can before
t, Service at the Methodist church merly of New London, Conn., are etc., if Starke had such a: proceed He also
w a+ i Beaaley was elected president ernoon with 20 members present. '' club members the word sent out reported that the state
making their' home i n Starke Seems we're laggln'ldreadfulJy Is
and Mrs M. B. Peter was chosen Monday afternoon Her subject A beautiful Christmas program spot at the meeting of the absolute to go ahead as soon ready
stationed at as
while Mr. is .
line .
Bowers this
as secretary-treasurer. was "0 n e great fellowship of was presented by Circle No. 2, of I Camp Blandlng, I! necessity of buying defense bonds County gets Its difficulties Ironed(

y Donations were made toward love."' Christmas hymns, with which Mrs W. B. Alexander is to and thus helping the Government out He was< gIven'

G.I 3 the Christmas gifts for St. Mark's Mrs. F H. Long as pianist, were leader. The devotional was led: Miss\ Pearl Manning Wed Emmy Deepest Kelly sympathy, but still goes I'm sure defray the expenses of carryingon the Club to go out and authority make .by

a Sunday School and a $9 tuberculosis followed the by Mrs. A.I M. Darby, presidentof I of the war against the aggressorsIn rangements to secure such right"
by prayers, key-note she must be very, very proud
;a bond was bought The Auxiliary the Society, and the following( To Mr. Colson, Europe and Asia of-way a. is
being "Guide us to Peace, 0 God, the heroic deed that made her necessary for the
also voted to provide teacakes topics were presented: "Christ hero of the Marcus Brown, president: who completion of the road,
brother the first real With
Miss Pearl of Starke the
for the y M., C. A., tea we pray mas Angel." Mrs. R. A. Thomas; Manning Is also chairman of the Bradford assurance that the financial
"4' '" l dance for enlisted men at Christmas The 'president, Mrs. ,E. K. I"First Heard In Bethlehem," Mrs. became the bride of L. E. Colson War ..Emmy's been workln' at County Defense Council, a civilian ot the transaction would be end

time. Perryman, conducted the business Alexander; "The Urgency of the of Lake City In a ceremony performed Camp Blanding almost a year organization, stressed the 1 care of.Forms, taken

; session, with Mrs. Will Blair acting Christmas Song," Mrs. I* H. Jennings by County Judge J. E. now and has made many, many great need of more complete cooperation
Wednesday friends In Starke UnnerstandBill
Townsend In Lake Butler
as secretary and Miss Olive ; "Palestine Then and Now," In the work of civilian
Baptist Postponed Godwin is ,
(Lawtey) among
evening, December 3. Study
Ray as treasurer pro tem: Finances Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and Mrs. T. defense. A meeting of the Defense Group
Wake Island
boldera-onners at
+.t t The regular monthly business of the Society are in excellent B. Harding;; "Silent Night" Mrs. Mrs. Colson a daughter of Mr the 1 Council has been called for I The Rev' Thomas
What those
heroes al t I meeting of the Baptist W. M. s.1 shape, and this organization Clyde Nelle Fountain and Mrs. L. and Mrs. J. C. Manning of Starke, will be, too, when the history! 3 o'clock P. M. Friday, and It la of St. Edward's Catholic Murphy

has been postponed until 3 o'clock I has more than reached the G. Powell; "Christmas In Pales- !is a graduate of B. H. S., and has books are written! The A. 1. hoped that large numbers of I'will Inaugurate a Biblical Church

Monday afternoon, December 29. efficiency aim required by Councilof tine," Mrs. Marvin Hazen; Prayer, been a beautician for a numberof (Brooker )have receivedan citizens from Starke and else- Religious Doctrine and
the Woman's Work of the Mrs. J. H. Lord; "A Day of years. Crosbys group to meet
M "am well" from Albert where In the County will be present In the church on
Methodist church. Miss Kate Christmas Praying" Mrs. A. E. Mr. Colson Is a native of Union message In the Courthouse. Mr. Thursday Tuesday and
J. II. COURTMANCH Lee who's at Pearl Harbor of each
Struth announced that she had Lightfoot; "The Hope of the week.
County and Is at present employed Brown mentioned especially the All
with the Marines Similar persons interested
i des Wsvtch-Malter collected 1,032 coupons for various World" :Mrs. Powell, reader, and ea a traveling salesman, with need, for nurses, volunteer firefighters cal studies and In Blbli.!!
from the FieldingChapmans religious
S, i t'1 BUY WITH CONFIDENCE articles used in the home, Mrs. Fountain, soloist headquarters at Lake City, where good news and first-aid workers. are doctrine
cordially invited
(Honolulu) Christmas to
1 AT and they were sent to the Methodist The program'was closed with he and Mrs. Colson will make card from Hector H'rfedorn Also at the present time there U The first meeting will be held attend,
YOUR HOME JEWELER Children's Home at Enterprise and benediction. their home ": on
prayer (Manila), mailed, however, backin a need for clerical help, and per- Tuesday December 30
; the coupons will help to a-,
November before war broke
buy a truck to be used at this Bowers-Downey Marriage Legion Meeting out Trust, all Is well with ------

Institution. The circles were Event of Last Week him also 96
; ,
for the 96
t1 ----ze--- coming: year'swork The Jones-Langford-White Post

r and the list of names will The marriage of :Miss Catherine No. 06 American! Legion will hold comer
Smart is
be published next week.It woman new
Its regular meeting at the Legion
Agnes Downey t o Mr. Forrest
Catherine Bowers Hav-
was announced that Mrs. D. Ewing Bowers was solemnized at Hall Tuesday evening December Agnes ;

f i ii P. Carpenter and the Adult Fel- eight o'clock Thursday night, December 23 at 7:30: o'clock. fickleness ing no illusions of mere concerning man, she left the Ji-

lowship Class, would sponsor a 11,. in St. Edward's Catholic Defense measures are to be discussed -
the In the blue velvet -
tag gorgeous
k p. service Sunday evening, December Church with the Rev Thos. at this meeting and a full GIFT CERTIFICATE 4 ca
In which she
turban was mar-
,' 28, at the church and at this service J. Murphy performing the cere attendance is strongly urged.
ried, until after the ceremony last
several college) students will mony. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,
Seems the sales-
I Thursday )
1 speak. After the service at the *"
The bride
ifn 11Tr wore a becoming Adjutant.
1 In Conn. told her she
church, there will be social hour lady up ,
i atthe Educational Building for could exchange the chic chapeaufor

all'college students who are spending two more practical numbers
the holidays here. Carolyn Callstreet if she got jilted before the ceremony -
i; -providing, of course, the

tag was Intact! What a Wt
Sunday School Party i mahvelous sensayuma They'restill

I ur -1 dI114 Members of the Wesley Adult chucklln' over the plight of
% ? <<
Fellowship, of the Methodist Have a heart, Uncle Sam- J heart throbs than ever in his Hall an' Paul Nix, Camp Blending

i )i* ue Church enjoyed a Christmas party Won't you leave us gals a. man!T dashln' new uniform at the Fla. twins, who're more Identical
Thltter '
Tuesday' night in the auditoriumof than peas'In a pod Seems '*
Outlook for theMe winter
the new educational building. the boys had their beauty struckIn
Instead of the usual exchange of evenings seems pretty depresain Good Example (why don't you a local photo gallery an' then
at the rate our handsome follow it?) : Ducky an' Leenle
young ordered a flock of enlargements
gifts the members contributed the ANY WOMAN ON YOUR GIFT LIST
amount that would have been men-about-town are gettln' the Llnsen an' the fountain force atKoch's .-.' When they went for the pictures WILL BE JUST DELIGHTED WITH A
come-on signal from you know playln host to a of
group they found that the photographer
in this
spent manner toward the GIFT CERTIFICATE FROM STARKE
LADIESUNDERWEAR worthwhile goal of furnishingtheir who Unnerstand George Ma- soldiers at the mid-night show baffled by the am zln'
naasaChester Moody. Blake Jack Sattlday night .,-j Such a big duplication, had made all enlarge BEAUTY SHOPPE-AND THEY ARE
t new quarters. After
r of Interesting and a number con son, Albert Kruse, Leonard Kin- success, they plan to make it a ments of the same boy! : GuessIt OBTAINABLE IN ANY DENOMINA-

tests, homemade fruit games cake was chen and Luther Wilson have all weekly event .,It Isn't so much didn't matter so much, how TION.

served with coffee. passed their physical with flyin the free movie ,that makes sucha ever, since nobody but Paul an'
colors and may get a chance to hit with the boys, but the mere Hall knows which is Paul and

SLIPS Mrs. Johnson Honored see if khaki is becomln' to their fact that somebody cares enuff to which is Hall, anyway, STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE
style of beauty some time in Jan- take 'em along ,I. Don't forgetthe

: $1.50 to $3.95 At Shower In Alachua I uary Dear, oh dear Looks Junior Woman's Club dance Hunches of mistletoe, tied with

like a long, quiet winter But Friday Dec. :26 ,? .. Another. red ;white an* blue ribbon at USO 96 Phone 96
NIGHTGOWNS before her, recent marriage was war I'm all for It .-fl .' Starkeltes .. <. '
,: ; : y! !P> I needed to get right in the spiritof
Miss Martha; Brownlee, was hon .
the season 'Course 1 I
ored by Mrs. Frank Palmer and
$1.98 to $8.95HANDKERCHIEFS Mrs. E. D. Call Street Scene: Blanche Harrison Think rents are high In Starke? I couldn't name names, but 3 I
Hague when they gavea (Ann 8c Harry's) became the Well, console yourself, sister strongly suspect that several

beautifully appointed luncheon bride of Louis Majors (Coca. Ruth an' Jack Scanlon had local lassies combined patriotismwith
Saturday, at' the home of
Palmer In Alachua. Mrs. Cola), Dec. 14, in Macclennv. to pay $123: per for a furnished pleasure by doln' whateverIt

Margaret Pearce tollln' away in apt. In Marion, 111. (Hope is you're supposed to do under

Christmas decorations were used Starke Dry Cleaners an' makln this doesn't give, local landlordsany the mistletoe! Personally 1 I tiLFT HINTSFOR

; .25 to $1.75 throughout the home, and after plans to re-enter Tallahassee screwy ideas) ". Hear T. K. wouldn't know But I'm still

the buffet luncheon the hostess after Xmas w Capt. Ben Stern- an' Wilma McClane (Fort Sill, your (willing to experiment)

presented to Mrs Johnson a berg, handsomer than ever, thaw. Okla.) will come back for Xmas. -Carolyn.f .
handsome gilt matching her selected In' out here for a few days before

COSTUMEJEWELRY pattern of silver. The returning to his post in Massachusetts

luncheon was enjoyed by twelve Ethel, Anita and

guests. Bertha tryin' out Anita's spank.In' HIM

new '42 deluxe Nash ,

.50 to $8.95 Junior 'Woman's Dance Three honeys in a honey! ,
l Della Rosenberg's red plaid tailored
The Junior Woman's\ Club suit Betty Stringfellow's SIIEAFFERS PENS & PENCILS

dance will be held at the Woman' plaid wool dress Clara Mae
DON'T FAIL Club: at Starke, Friday, Dec. 26, Harley's new tweed 3-plece suit : a MILITARY SETS BILL FOLDS

i ___ atT 9:30: P. M. Stag SOc; drag 'All' three as powerful as any ELECTRIC SHAVERS, SHAVING SETS
To See Our' I 75c. Be sure to come and bring Powers model I ever'glimpsed

your date. Judy McRae causla moreSTARKE SMOKING SETS, PIPES & TOBACCOS
i New I ,
I / /

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191941 "

rBITS of LOCAL NEWS ,I SANTA CLAUS LETTERSBrooker -I Power Property Company's Becomes the Admittance War Department.restrictions apply to

I electric generating stations, substations -
!, A, Davis spent MonIB Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wear Mrs. Restricted AreaAll
i. I I K. G. Duncan and Mrs. Fla Brookor, Fla warehouses and store-
Jacksonville. spent Tuesday In Jacksonville.Mrs. W. B. Sewell
spent Wednesday In Dec. 10, 1941
Jacksonville. Dear Santa Claus: Dear Santa Claus: Florida Power & Light rooms, repair shops, garages, gas

A. Z. Adklnsf 1 am a little boy 4 years old properties directly engaged In the plants, fuel terminals and docks.
and Mrs. W. S. Stroman returned I am a little girl 6 years old,
.,.Jge palatka Sunday after. home Tuesday from Jacksonville Mrs D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. and in my first year of school. and I want you to brine me a operation of electric and gas sea Department heads were advisedto
tractor Bet, a motor truck,
.tolling Judge Adklns1 sls1 where she spent the past week T. T. Long were visitors In Jacksonville Santa I have tried to be a good a vices are now regarded as "re- make necessary arrangements
harp paint fruit and
LIzzie Townsend, who Is with her daughter Mrs. James Tuesday little girl and promise to try even candy to Insure the order's rigid en- a
gra nuts. I have tried to be a good stricted areas" and will be closedto
God bold.INSURANCE .
harder if will
you please bringme
IlL boy. Please come to tee me and "all persona. except Company forcement continuously in the
a doll, a coloring book with
--- -- Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Buford had future.
my ulster Ernestine and all the a
crayons a little piano a big ball employes and representatives of
as their
guests Sunday Mrs. Lou other little
boys and girls, dear
The War Department order
Struth of DeLand.Mr. and a black board. Santa don't the War and Navy Department
A N D_. BON D S forget all the good little girls and Federal Power Commlnlon," classifying all public utility properties -
and boy Little Kenneth Russ at' restricted areas has
and Mrs. .
C. Sullivan and according to an announcement
Mrs. Byby.1r automatically cancelled the power
Percy Sullivan spent Satur- Brooker, Fla. from Miami headquarter of the company's long-standing policy of,
C. WALL day In Jacksonville: shopping. Jacqueline Dyal.
HAROLD AGENCYConstant Dear Santa Claus: I company. welcoming visitors to their plants.

Mrs. O. U MCArthur and Mrs. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl A years old I J. H. White, general superintendent I

H. 1.. Hough were visitors to I am a little girl five years and I go to school. I want you of the company, disclosed;
Service Over 50 Years Jacksonville: Saturday afternoon.Dr. old, and I have tried to be good.I to bring me a doll, stove, Jump In a communication to department DR. LEMUEL COLSON
want you to bring me a doll rope, paint book, candy,fruit and DENTIST -
buggy, doll clothes:! sewing machine heads that this rigid policy
nuts. I have tried to be a good
lease Phone 146! Starke S. Sternberg of Daytona and doctor set. Be sure little) of excluding everybody except OFFICE!! 1ft CALLS!'.
Beach spent the week-end girl so please come to 1M
to go by and Bee my little cousin those with proper credentials Is ADttlNS BLIM.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Susan in Orlando. Please do not me and my little brother, Kenneth
N. In compliance with an order from s
forget the poor children. and don't forget/ the other

Your little friend, little boys and girls dear Santa I
:Tire L. M. DeSha and daughter,
liarjorie, of Wlldwood. spent the Patsy Carolyn Pierce. Little Ernestine Russ If You Haven't Already Given Us A Trial

week-end here with Mrs. W H.
LANOLA PARKOn Struth and Miss Kate Struth. Deeds FiledE. Ruby B. Johns, and Mrs. C. R. We Will Give You A Good Wholesome

Ensey, a widow, as all of the
Meal With Plenty Of Fresh Vegetables At
Mrs. It D. K., Perryman as special master
Vining returned heirs at law of the estate of J.
Highway 48-Between Starke and Blanding home In chancery to Federal Farm
Tuesday from Dublin, Ga., M. Johns, deceased, to Fred F. A Moderate Cost
where she went to attend the funeral and Mortgage Corporation, Washington
Flume and Herdic H. Flume, Dec.
MOST DELICIOUS of her cousin, W. H. Holland. D. C., Nov. 23; City of
9; W A. Besaent, Jr., and Mary
Starke a municipal corporation,
Mrs. H. B. McLendon and little : Be sent, his wife, and W. A. Bes-
: daughter, Jeannette, will arrive 'to J. M. Edwards, L. R. Isbell and sent and Eula P. Bessent. his Back of Carpenter's
BAR4B-Q today to spend the Christmas R. V. Coleman as co-partners in
wife, to state of Fla., Dec. 9; Vivian
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bradford Engineering Co., Dec 2; G. N
Matthews.Mrs. Pierre A. Bernard and BlancheM. McCord, administratrix

ON EARTH Bernard, his wife' South Ny- of the estate of T. M. McCord,

Mildred Ritch, of Raiford, ack, Rockland Co., N, Y., to Bio- deceased and Vivian O. McCord
is assisting in the Gem Jewelry phile Club Co., 'Inc., New York widow of the said T. M. McCord( BROWNSTEEN'SMODERN
mo=o. during Its Christmas rush. Sometime corporation at South Highland deceased, to O. H. Thomas of
she Avenue, South Nyack, RocklandCo. Alachua Co., Dec. 9; A. J.
ago was employed at
Deluxe Sandwiches of All Kinds Sternberg's.Mr. ., N. Y., consideration be- Thomas and wife, Eva Mae SHOE REPAIR SHOP
ing $900; AFACCO, Inc., an Orlando Thomas, to State of Fla., Dec. 0;
,' to T. Frank Bertha H. Pearce widow to Pontoffice
BARB Q RIBSSPECIALTY and Mrs. 1. D. VIning corporation a Opposite
Landrum and Carleen R., Lan- Annie Mae Kemper, Dec. 9; W
leave today for Atlanta, where 119 Walnut St. Starke Fla.
Dec. 3 Carl Johns and ,
drum ; A. Jones and wife Hettle I.
they will spend the week-end with
wife, Thelma Redgraves Johns, to Jones, to Walker L. Chandler and
the latter's parents, Mr and Mraw
LJ. Joyner. T. Frank Landrum, Dec. 8; ; wife, Bessie D. Chandler, Dec. 12. C
Also George W. Thomas' and wife, i LET US REPAIR YOUR SIIOES THE RIGHT WAY
Hattie N. Thomas. to( William'
YMCA Wants CookiesLadles
Dr. and Mrs C. C. Mendoza,
Wimberly and Wife, Katie Belle; WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL WORK
Jacksonville were here Tues
Clean Healthful Wimberly, Dec. 8; Purdon Murphy of the community are
day night visiting at the home
single to AFACCO, Inc., an I asked to send cakes and cookies FOR TilE FAMILYA
of Mrs.
Mendoza's parents, Mr.
Amusements Orlando cor p o r a tlon, Dec. 3; to the YMCA To be served to soldiers
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
Board of County Commissionersto on Christmas day. A tea

State Road Department, a dance will be held at the Y from ALL WE ASK
Mrs. W. B. Sewell and daughter TRIAL IS
-OGO-- state agency, Dec. 8; Vonda E. 4 to 7 o'clock, Christmas day,
:Miss Virginia Sewell, spent
Inman single, to R. C. Dubolse, and a "snack" supper will be ,
the week-end in Tallahassee with
of Dixie County, Dec. 8; City of served from 7 to 8. From 8 to ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,
DRIVE IN :MIss Gayle Sewell who Is a student Starke, a municipal corporation, 9 o'clock an amateur program i yen'''"nteIrnIIIXnrIMllernIIIIIIaWmI.eWAInpm.'''','' ', ,'''''' ',' ::!.=- _---=.!!! "'mINaIpemlnummNNNni'',,"''' ''' ,''
at the Woman's College.
to State Road Dept., a state will be presented, with soldiersand
-0=0 ---?- agency, Dec. 8; Clara M. Mln-1 civilians taking part.
Capt. and Mrs. Ben Sternbergwill nick unmarried, as devisee of On Christmas Eve night, the 4x

leave today for Ft. Devens, James Minnick, deceased, of Sum- soldiers will enjoy carol singing, \
Mass., where Capt. Sternberg Is mit Co., Ohio, to Jay W. Ellis and a "hot chocolate and popcorn 4 Nl\

PLY AND SERVE YOU IN THE stationed, after spending a short 4129 McGirts Blvd., Jacksonville, party" will be enjoyed from I f t a
r leave here with his parents, Mr. Dec. 9; A. H. Johns and his wife 10 to 11 o'clock. I

MANNER\ WE.DESIRE, WE WILL and Mrs. N. Sternberg. -.- -.- -.- -.- -.- -.-_ _._ _._ __. I

NOT OPEN UNTIL I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns r
will have as holiday guests their l't y
daughter, Mrs. B. A. Pope of v /

SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 Fountain, N. C., and their son, rr 4, 4yO
Andrew Z. Adklns Jr., who is attending 4

the Citadel In Charleston,
S. C.

4'S'14w, 4 7'
N. T. Ritch and Tom Ritch, 't
NAT SEZ: who are students at Emory University /p4J 44c .

q Gather around me you last minute Atlanta, Ga., are expected

choppers and hear my plea. to arrive here tomorrow to \

Here It I... Friday and next Thursday spend the holidays with their 4'
p mother, Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and < -
/( Is Christmas. You have exactly Mr. and Mrs. T J. Griffin. tit's" I' 4

l 5 more days to do It.

We have a mighty nice selectionnow The following: young men from

but who know what the the University of Florida in 7 WAY ,' EASY TERMS
Gainesville will spend the holidays
next few days will do to it. here with their parents:, 1 K t+s..lr

Better crank np your Lizzie and Arch Thomas, BUI Long, Jimmy Floor Lamps

step on the gas. Time marcheson. Sewell Lucian Conner, L. M.

Gaines, Ralph Rhodes, Leland and .
Milo Sponholtz. $7.9S .


visitor to Starke last week whileon

WITH AWEMBLEY a short leave which be spent
at his home in Lawtey. "Bill' is Cedar ChestsALWAYS '

TIE with the 79th Field Artillery, the -
only 240 mm.. Howitzer regimentin -
FOR HIS XMAS GIFT the United States. From here A WELCOME GIFT '/ ,,
he will go to the officers' train-

THEY WON'T WRINKLE Ing course at Fort Sill, Okla Bedroom Suites .

Priced The following group from I $2950 to $12950 3
Starke attended the district meeting
I Iis !
$1.00Others of the Young Adult Fellow
ship of the Methodist Church,
As Low AsSOC held in Ocala Sunday: Mrs. D. P. The gift that fights ,

: Carpenter, Miss Madge Wlgham is SET OF BOUDOIR LAMPS inflation while

Miss Abble Harley Mr. and Mrs. AND BED LAMP $3.65R.
,Fred Guy Miss Esther Simpson, ----- bringing joy and
'Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., and ,,

the Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Powell. R. C. A. RADIOS proteccioo.I .

:Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee $12.95 to $99.50

SHIRTS gave a family dinner party last is I

PAJAMASAND and night Mrs and those Milton present Brownlee were, Mr.Jr., CLUB CHAIR AND OTTOMAN

HANDKERCHIEFSSHIRTS and little daughter. Catherine of i ALSORECLINING
Gainesville, Capt. and Mrs. J. W.
AND PAJAMAS $2.25 :Brownle, Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. CHAIRS AND j I DEFENSEBONDS

: Johnson, and Mrs. S. E. Brown- OTTOMANS
lee. Capt. Brownlee left early this VtI I,
SATIN AND FLANNEL ROBES morning to return to Camp Clai-

born, La. a I1i.


XMAS GIFTS Local due Southbound Starke 11:13: P. M. A FACT YOU CAN DO IJETTER AT I STAMPS :

.. .. 9:24: A. M.
For The Entire
Miami 10:43: P. M. JOHN H.

Family At Prices Northbound
;r Local due Starke 6:21: P. M.

You Can AffordTo Jax & beyond due 6:21: P. M. DenmarkFurniture

Petersburg. Va., & k
Pay beyond due ____ 3:28: P. ),t. Florida Bank at Starke ,
Starke and Bell branch 101
leaves 7 A. M. No. 101 arrives Co. a
1:50: ; P. M. dally except Sunday. !Member Lateral\ lrrponlts ,.- Corporation 1

STERNBERG'S MANUSCIUIT-CO\"EItS-S1 1 Starke, Florida Member Florid Nau-.a Group $

100- BR-lUrOUD COUNT -s: su.uwrw
TELEGRAPIL per 3-- :r : ... &>-......, ..",- --- -- : : -

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DEC 191941

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t ... Bailey Qralrig-er, whose residence January 8th.,

1' i11 dll New River News FLA. STATE FARM HIGHLAND 'ence unknowD.Lowlrmoore whose residences South In County Carolina.You Hospital. Orang-ebursr, plaintiff namud Court seeks and 1942. c"uoe"In the. ah-

; ::; ; My E. H.' ouvler By Miss Beth Wbnberly January named You are Court 6th.required. and 1942, cnu In to.e.appear the wli above..feln on January are 5th.required. 1942,, In to the appear above on Order Oounly In!Tehgraph next four divorce,hall, Publish Itrsdrfl4 Wher,15 thu I,
and cause, We-kly
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mott divorce. named Court Witness my hand I
plaintiff hBr"hdVBr,2 and
Bradford at '((
seeks divorce. i4tarke ;lc/81""Oj
plaintiff 10'10.. /
1e Jetwlo IAJe Lazenby OVSTKIl ROAST ENJOYED: The Weekly -Bridge Club was spent Friday In Jacksonville.Mr. Comity Telegraph four shall weekly l" es.Witness County Telegraph shall publish this 1941. lhh 1)0 ''1bcr
in next
: THAI* BIG POSSUM An oyster roost was enjoyed at entertained by Mrs. J. P. Warren and Mrs. John North of I Order my hand and official seal Order Witness In next my hand four and weekly official Issues.seal A.(Ob'FICTAI Clerk ot SFJ.o\T.) A. r )

1 Wilford Johns and Ernest the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thursday n Ie h t. Mm", L. F. Maxvllle visited here Friday. at Starke. Fla.., this December 1, at Btarke, Fla.. this December. 2, SIm' B. Wilson said ('uurt Ja"k' i 12.;' 1lr :
Lazenby one night this week. No Chapman w.o n. high score her Mott who ( OFFICIAL. PEAL,) A..r. Thomas. u"1 J Alt)'. for Pit ""VIII.. FI a.
itL: Lavender know bow to find out Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 12-S 4t 1226F. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..r. Thomas
oyster-eating contest was staged, prize being a pretty glass vase. C. As Clerk of said Court. A. Clerk of said Court. 12-5 4t 12-26 -
c: exactly what Is catching Wilford's have been 'guests of Mrs. O. Clark, Jacksonville Fla. Ally.
; but If had Nathan Schevlts, Jacksonville, IN CIRCUIT "
there been, the '
prizes Mrs. L>. A. Wiggins won second,
chickens. for the past two weeks, for Pit.
1 After they missed one Wlmberly Fla. Atty. for Pit. COUNTY KLORIIl"V, Jln''FODD'
little chicken, the two boys set a would undoubtedly have been won receiving: a plaque of guest soap, moved to Lawtey Sunday, where Marie Alice Moor UarV.V111! *
f by E. A. Sapp. and T. It. Shep- while Mrs. E. R. Scott's bingo will make their home. IN CIItCI'IT COI'RT, BRADFORDCOI'NTY Uff. v. Delbert Burned np|*J">-
trap and caught what Wilford declared they COURT BRADFORD
FLORIDAl IN tItAN.CEIIY. ; IV CIRCUIT Detendant. Case No arti,,
pard. prize was a bowl of blooming (OUVTY. FLORIDA IN ChaNCERY: ORDER OF 166f. '
was "the Mr. and
biggest possum S The friends of : l'L'lLICATlON
bulbs. Mr. Warren served chicken many Joan 0. Uts, Plaintiff. '.. Fred Edwin Wise Plaintiff Lillian NOTICE] TO A. D
ever seen In these woods." SCHOOL WIRED FOR LIGHTS Mrs. Albert Norman will regretto Utm. Defendant. Can No. 183T. VVlmi. Defemtant.: Case N"o 166>. STATE OF FLORIDA API' An
We are delighted to bave our salad sandwiches and hot tea. learn of the"death of their in- ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION DNOTII"'E Burn.tt Oarn..r. Whose 10: Delhe,.
4); l c HOG PRICES GOOD AND NOTiCE TO APPEAR' TO APPEAR flattery C. 94th. C. A.. lIldenc' J.
school wired for electric lights. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Pearsall and fant son on Wednesday afternoon, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fred STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Lillian North Carolina.: Camp Davl..
S. L. Crews
i carried a load of Everything Is ready for the cur-! Mr.'and Mrs. F. W. Edwards of December 10' Interment was In mi. S932. 14th Street! N. W., Wise whose residence la; Chester, YOIl are required to
hogs to the Gainesville market Washington, D. C. Ma.achusetts.You February 2nd, 1942, apPear en
rent to be turned on. If we Melrose Oak Grove Cemetery. to on In Ibo
get required
this week and received better spent Wednesday with You are required to appear on are appear named Court above
I our connection by Thursday we Mr. and Mrs- M. E. Orlner. M. T. Edwin January 6th.. 1942 In the above February 2nd, 1 42. In the above plaintiff seeks dlvS,1County wherein
Kn'band son
I than nine cents for tops He named Court and cause, wherein named Court and cause wherein Telegraph shall IIradtor
till has a field of fat hogs to will have our Christmas program Mrs. J. I.. Robinson' and Mrs. of Maxvllle were visitors here. I plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfordCounty plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Order in next four Weekly pUblloh this
thisOrder Telegraph shall publish this I5Zti .
then. If we are unsuccessful in Telegraph shall publish County Witness
r ':. butcher and sell. Several more Henrietta Parker and :Mr. and Saturday. In next four weekly Issues.. Order In next four weekly l..ues. ..t my. hand .na orflclal seas
truck loads will be carried to this, the program will be held Mrs. J. O. Randall spent the Mra. Jamea Godwin of MaxvWe Witness my hand and official seal Witness mv band and official seal. : ( Btarkei.Fla.SEAL. this flo II, 1941
Thursday afternoon.Mr. at Starke. Fla.. this December. 2. at Starke. Fla.. this Dec. 11. 1941.OFFICIAL.SBAL A. Clerk ot ) A J. 'I'holflU,
the week-end with, their children in visitor here said ourt.
market from our section thIs was a Saturday.Mrs. 1941. ( ) \ J. Thomas Charles U-lI.fl I.
0, week. and Mrs. Smith Johns and Jacksonville. Winifred.Wlmberly and C. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I.: Thomas As Clerk of said Court. 12-1 J.4t 1-2 Atty. for Miller Fit.1r4 Jackoonville, Fla.
Jacksonville Fla.
As Clerk of said Court. 12-S4t 12-26 Charles Miller.. ,
family attended the funeral of, Mrs. W. C. Caldwell baa returned M. Grlffla were visitors to Law- D. Byron King-, Jacksonville, Fla. All)'. for Pit. -

I BAINS DAMAGE ROADS Mrs.: John's brother. Lee Bran-I from her old home in Lake tey Sunday. Atty. for Pit. CIRCUIT COt'It',

These last heavy rains! are Blowing nen of Lake Butler, Sunday aft- Wales and has accepted a position IN CIRCUIT/ COURT. BRADFORD COUNTY.R. E. FLOIUO", I'll JlnUtFORD('IU'Io'Enf
c'hr' up travel over our roads and IN CIRCUIT COURT, BR"'DFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY hodges Jr., Plaintirt ,,.
ernoon. Mr. Brannen died at Camp Blanding. Saturday SAMPSON CITY Muriel Haddock
as hodges
n are causing1 many bridges to be COUNTY, KLORIDAl IN CHAN Victoria Boncek Durkee, Plaintiff, Case No. JI6I. Detendant,,
Mrs. Reddish Andrews has been accompanied by her nieces. Misses By Mrs. J. E. Jones CERY. vs. William A. Durkee. Defendant.
repaired. We have two county suffering from bad Mary Jo and Lila Caldwell Deloach Plaintiff, vs. Case No. 1683. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AD
) 1L road 'department men In our section a this Ray 3..tOl'bel. ;;:;: Defendant. Case ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND NOTICE TO Al'PEAII
week. She was absent one day Mrs. Caldwell shopped In Jacksonville MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER No. 1640.ORDER. NOTICE) TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to: Muriel
who work as extras-O. E. A miscellaneous shower was OF PUBLICATION AND STATE OF FLORIDA toi WilliamA. Haddock Hodges whose
from the Rising School where and visited her son, BurneD, r.'lden.
Crosby and Ernie Southerland. NOTICE TO APPEAR Durkee. whose residence isl; 16Colca III; 855 West 61st Street, New
she teaches. who is ill In the Naval Air Base given at the Christian Church STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bessie Street Olencove, Long Island, CltI. New Y o. York
They have certainly helped out ho Wednesday afternoon of last Deloach. whose residence Is un New York. ou are required to
pltal. appear
*, % Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and (required February 2nd, 1942 on
: to .
our traveling during these rainy known. You are appear on in the above
for C.
week H.
1( days. children visited in the Rising section Mrs. Eugene Rivers of Auburn- Mr. and Mrs. I You are required to appear on February 2nd, 1942 In the above named Court and cause, whproln!
dale spent the week-end with her Wynn. They received many useful January 6th., 1942, In the above named. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Sunday named Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford County Telegraph shall publish
+* n Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Andrews the result of a heart attack. daughter Mrs. P. 8.. Crews. gifts, and refreshments were. Plaintiff seeks divorce and custody County Telegraph shall publish" this Order In next, four weekly IMUM ihli.
? served t>y Mrs- Onle Wynn. of child. Bradford County Telegraph Order In next: four weekly Issues. Witness my hand and offli-ial/ !\
t Il are expecting their daughter-in- Seeber Moody has been enjoyIng Lt. Robert 8. Chapman I n shall publish thla Order In Witness my band and official seal I *4tarke. Flu., thin Dec. 11. 1941.

: : law Mrs. Guy Andrews of Raleigh a leave of absence from Camp I training at Camp Lee, Va.. I IB expected Mr. and Mra. Hogan and Ethel next four weekly issues.WItness at Starke, Fla., this Dec. 11. 1941.OFFICIAL As(OFFICIAL Clerk of. Raid SEAL A. J. TbomM
) my hand and official seal ( SEAL) A J. Thomas,, Court. 11-11.41
N. C.
i to arrive here this: Blanding. home Thursday on a ten Powell were shopping in Starke at Starke, Fla., this December 2nd.,, As Clerk of said Court. 12-12-41 1-2 Charles Miller Jack"onvlll. Via.
week for a visit. Her husband day furlough.Mrs. Saturday afternoon. 1941. Charles Miller Jacksonville Fla. Atty. for Pit.
will Join her later. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mahone I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Att,. for Plf.
4 ; and family of Jacksonville were I Bryan Whltfleld and Mrs. Gilbert Brown I is attending to Clerk of said Court. 12-5 4t 12-2& -

;. k< i WrsE. Crosby, who baa greats Sunday of Mr. Mabone's J. M. Bradley took their children business out of the state this Sam Atty. B.for Wilson PIt. Jacksonville Fla. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD I To rellevi. COLDS

; W been assisting in the farm pro- brother and sister-in-law/. and Roberta Helen, Leslie Jimmle; week. CERY.COUNTY FLORIDAl IN CHAN-. Misery of

k gram work In County Agent L. Mrs. E. Southerland Sunday.Mr. and Caroline to Jacksonville Saturday Miss Margaret Brown spent the IN CIRCUIT CMFRT, BRADFORD Ruby Latham Plaintiff, v. Jesse I
,; 1'. Dyer's> office< has completed I to the week-end in Lake Butler (COUNTY FLORIDA IN C1IANRafe H. Latham Defendant. Case No.
see beautiful I
and Mrs. T. H. Sheppardare many CEI4Y. .
I this work and Is now substitute Christmas windows and to shop. Mrs. Hattie Varnea is Ill with aralnger. Plaintiff, vs. 163S.ORDER OF PUBLICATION 6 6 6 Liquid. TsklttsSalve.
expecting !!
.. i j teaching in the various county sons Mike Influenza. Her many friends wish Evelyn Bailey. oralns"er.. ,Defen AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Nese DnfiCoa
schools. and Edwin home for the Christ Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell, dant. Case No. 1643. STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Jesse. &h Drape.
mas holidays. Both boys are in June Peggy and Francis visited for her a speedy recovery. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND BJ. Latham. whose residence I Is Un-
:Mrs. The little folks here NOTICE TO APPEAR known. Try "RBb-Mr-TUm--a
Rhoda are askingIf Woidrrfil
Cowling and grandchildren the Navy-Mike, a radioman is relatives at Ocklawaha Saturday. RTATPQP FLORIDA to Evelyn___ You are r.iuli>ed to appear.. on Llnlnrat
i Joe and Jon Lazenby Santa Claua will be drafted -- -- -- ,
,, stationed -- -
.. at Miami, and Edwin is Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle
were shopping In Jacksonville attending radio school in Indiana. and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, too. *

I Saturday. The boys bad a friend. and niece, Jewell Thornton and
I. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mooreland Sunday.Mr. .
ly chat with Ole Santa. and daughter Jo Ann, of Jack. Mrs. .1. W. Willard, of Auburn-, .. and Mrs. Marlon Gllason ,
1. 6 L. B. Alvarez daughter ofMr.
t sonville were guests of Mrs dale attended Mr Thomas' tuDeeral were guests of relatives in Green

', 'o u the, and Mrs. E. C. Priest, Is In I Mooreland's parents. Mr. and Mrs in Starke and afterwards I Cove Springs Sunday. Secret Weapon of the U.S.A.
Alachua C 0 u n ty Hospital,
: G. W. Andrews Saturday.Mr. visited at the home of Mr. and I Sunday School is held here
where she I is recuperating from a
n Mrs. P. S. Crews.
every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'-
recent operation. and Mrs. Joe Moody have .
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman L
and church services at 7:30p.
I n ; Saturday afternoon Junior Johns p farm.moved to .the Mannie Raulerson I and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley: m. : :.This country has a weapon which the whole world respects. It is more
and Blue
Moody were trying to, have been cabled of the
crank Junior's truck. They poured Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brannen of safety of their' daughter and sons: iiv ciitrciT Coin?. BRADFORD ;important than our 3,000,000-candlepower searchlights the deadly

ti, gasoline into the carburator Lake City were visiting Mr. Bran. in Hawaii and the Philippines.Mrs. 1 CKRV.Ueorc COI'NTY.', FL.OIUU.tt IN: CHAN: accurate American bomb sight or the great Garand rifle. More vital

In order to crank It. When the I nen's sister, Mrs. Smith Johns,, M. E. Griner, Mrs. L. F. Keller Hlrkln Plaintiff
motor started, it ignited and I Sunday afternoon.Mr. Chapman and Mrs. Madge Bozart, dant.VK. Bewxte CaMe Mildred No. 152L Illckln Defen in defense than the new bombers. the scout cars the fast tanks that

I,4 ': : : Junior serious received facial painful but not and Mrs. DeWItt Raulernon I shopped In Jacksonville Monday. ORHBH AND NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR! outclass the.world. The one weapon that means more than all others -
have returned from
Femandlna Garland
L Godwin arrived Thursday
j Dr. and Mrs. G.. E. Mudge of r where they attended the funeralof I to spend the holidays.Mrs. Mildred STATE Hickin OF FLORIDA of 314 Went to: Bp.sle Ninth| and which no other nation can steal from us M the free spirit and

..Rochester N. Y.. were visiting Mrs. Raulerson's IIlr: Traveri City, Michigan.
sister. H. M. Richarde Mrs. A. You are required to appear on personal courage of American youth.
I : Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sheppard this I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lavender M. Richarde and Mrs.'J. A. Bou- January 6th., 1942 In the above

I week. They were enroute to are planning to visit their son-in- vier are visiting relatives and I plaintiff named Court necks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein .

Zephyrhllls, where they spend I law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. shopping in Jacksonville. County Telegraph shall publlah V _
L each winter. this Order in next four weekly
Ted Cook In Norfolk Va., during Issued.Wltneaa. .
I Folka who'use the Poppell 1 the holidays.Mr. ; BETHEL m/lanl1.ln official seal
'Branch ford will be glad to learn and Mrs. Ira Merritt and I at Htarko. Nov 25, 1941.
) A.I.
By Mrs D. ,D. Woodard Thomas
;; that a bridge la being constructed.over daughter Geraldlne.'of: Lake, City; \ < As Clerk of said Conrt 11-284112-19 _

this stream. There will be were guests of Mr, and Mrs Lee Eaton and James Bishopof Fla.William Atty.D.for Morgan Plf.IN Jacksonville,

: no more "drowning outs' down Frank Merritt and family re Camp Blending were guests : iiJWY

there. cently. of Mrs. D. D. Woodard and family I rmcriT rot'RT. BRADFORD
(*TCH Y. .
.. :; fenk V. Barchard. Plaintiff, vs. ,,,. _
M M.: Barchard, Defendant.
Case No. 1620.ORDEIt .

? ]J p.. ) a4jo14.1s' All lEi liCE II TIE WOILI M.STATE Barchard.OF of FLORIDA Polay Alabama.to: Myrtle

You are required to appear on
January 6th., 1942, In the above
named Court .and cause, wherein 44
plaintiff seek divorce, Bradford _
County Telegraph, shall publish this .
Ordor In next four weekly Issues. _
Witness. my hand and official seal! ge !
at Htarke, FIlL, this Nov 25. 1941.
F! (OF 'I'IAI. BKAL! ) A..r. Thomas :
L As Clerk of said Court 11-2841 12-19 .

Fla.Hlchanl Atty.I>for. -Button Pit., Jacksonville, \ 'l .:i.; .

: ,
Carl De Le Orf. Plaintiff vs.
Helen Pa Le C.rt..Det..ndant. Case
: acts U' No. 1631.
De Le Cerf. whose place of resi
dence Is unknown.
You are required to appear on
January 5Ih.. "43* In the above
named Court and cause wherein. Mi\\
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford k .
County Telegraph shall publish this -
Order In next four weekly Issues. .
Witness. mv hand Aid official seal _
at Starke. Fla., this 29th. NovemOFF1CIAL .
ber 1941. .
( SEAL) A.I. Thomas : ____ .s''X
As Clerk of said Court. 12-5 4t 12-2 '

.s Atty.ChB. fr R. P1f.1-l.us, Jack.onvllle'iw Fla. :- :: .. LA



lIertta )J. Kleml.. Plaintiff vn.
Edward 1 Nlml' 'endant. Case No. AMERICA'S Defense calls for the expanwelder, metal worker: clerk:, or qualify in

a America's eyes are on Florida today as 636.ORTER OF PITBLirATIOV sion of the U. S. Army Air Corps to a one of the many other specialties. And

focal point in air defense. America's STATE AND NOTICP OF FLORIDA) TO APPEAR to: Edward total of 400,000 men now. To you-and there's the BIG opportunity to be detailed!!

eyes were on Florida in 1014, too, for on Niemi.You. whose are required residence to I.appear unknown on to every ambitious and patriotic young as an Aviation Student for pilot training.

January 1, the first regularly scheduled January named Court 8th., 114 and*. In the, above. man-this means a matchless opportunity. A Master Sergeant Pilot is paid $157.50(
cause wherein
I- air service in the world began its maiden Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Army air fields are ready. Training and per month. A private with First Class Air

voyage The hop was short front County this Order Telegraph In next, .shall four publish weekly I combat planes 'are being delivered. We've Mechanic rating makes up to$105 monthly.got .

; I Tampa to St. Petersburgbut this .Issues.Witness. my hand and official seal to "keep 'em flying!

''i I line is recognised; by aeronautical at 1941 Slarke, Fla., this December. 2. OTHER OPPORTUNITIES
societies as the pioneer. With but a (OFFICIAL SEAL a A. :J. Thomas Throughout the Regular Army there are
't As Clerk of said Court. 12-5 4t 12-23 The world's finest aviation
__ .-----i- single: plane, the line maintained two 3. 8. harrison, Jaol"onvlll> Fla. tralnang 18 now thrilling jobs to be mastered_J.jobs

;; r4 round-trip flights: daily for 28 days. Atty. for Pit.- open serve to their qualified: young men who want to that provide splendid I technical training

country as commissioned flying
'I1 \ IN meriT COI-RT. BRADFORD combined with; adventure useful service
______ t ; ( ? officers-bombardiers ,
FLOItlDAl IN CHANCKHY. navigators, pilots,
The Three Musketeers to your country, and the opportunity
Zettle B. Lowlrmoore. PlaintIffs of the Army AirCorps

:t \ dant.vs. Clarence Case, Lowlrmoore Defen- ," and other specialists. The is prepare for a successful future career.

1 __ Here's a stop on your round of pleasure AND ORDER NOTICE No.OF 1(34.PUBLICATION TO APPEAR excellent while you are learning, and pay as a You're well fed, well ,housed and givengood

WIEREVEI DISCIIMIIATIIQ. STATH OF FLORIDA to: Clar- Second Lieutenant you can earn as much medical car .

-,;. ; .', ; ., Floridians gather there you'11 find smooth, as $243.50 per month. More than a .third of all enlisted men

,: ., 3. 4'.? mellow JAX Beer JAX Beer has been Relief At Last AIR CORPS volunteer because of the recommendations

.r _ known and cherished in FloriJa since 1914 ; ENLISTED MEN of their friends in the Army. Most of them

______ ..r' -thconlybrewcryintheentireSoutheaat I Enlistment in the Army Air Corps offers re-enlist after their first three years. There

., "It ,p to be in continuous operation ,since 1914. : For Your'Cough scores of additional opportunities. Depending the kind of men you're proud to work with,

,j 'I. No wonder Jax is such a fine, full-boJiol "... on your aptitude, you can become have fun with, and serve with. Get all the

brew. :< Creomul lon relieves promptly because an air mechanic, armorer, meteorologist facts from There iI
Why not try a bottle today? t Regular Army men.
it goes right to the seat of the radio technician
t -9. trouble to help loosen and expel photographer, no obligation. Write or visit<<
germ laden phlegm. and aid nature

____ .. I JAX BREWING COMPANY to soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed 0!
IE / bronchial mucous in e m-
BEER JACKSORVILLE, FLORIDA ,. '( branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
:ri a bottle of Creomulslon with the un U. S. ARMY ,
____ in quickly allan the
__ SKrfijl coitgh or you are
rii i 1.. S _ UNIO .' ,'MADE" f'' < ; ';*: ..,)&; to have your money back. POST OFFICE BUILDING, STARKE, FLORIDA
---" .' ? !;*.* .'.../"*!.. <, CREOMULSION * * * .
for Coughs: Chest Colds Bronchitis 0 * * ZiIIc

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: DEC 191941
1f. ____ l Aal REVExEEKLY


President Asks Declaration of War Battle Stations of the Pacific

NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne

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tire World Is Thrust Into Battles I .: 1 M to 1n

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Democracies Unite to Axister ..r .5natara" '
Fight 11111111
'I' IN
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Germany and Italy Join Japan I,'MMUlUKijO r"+1"yw j Jill. 0:: WASHINGTON

Declaring War on United States "'"._ ay..

CHINA .' tyh
..o. HAWAIIAN 1*. Washington D. C. (N W N S)-
S NOTE-W. grebea .re axareaeed th.. ... w .. to
F.DITOR" I. .1. tllo7 1r Overnight, following the ruthless
en( III... .. the news .....,.. mad met D..rll" .. till. ...op.....) 5alntsal w ,'to" UNITED attack and declaration of war by
(Released by Western Newspaper' Union) 4
S Mlltgy Japan, all conflicting groups in this
B city became united in their demand
UR: : .*. --ea". to crush Japan with 4 the
the World New Fever M0e6 n'L HAWAIIAN Create possible speed. i
A PBIUPPINE5._ 'M'AKE ILAwns All partisanship, all l isolationism

lermany and Italy were onlydays Evidence that the Pacific coast e0e'' 1S1AN0.9.'Dot fIojio"A"u..... ..... ah labor difficulties and all selflnh l

behind Japan In declar- could not consider itself safe at all ", rarro'' cai'ies were swept away In the

war on the United State but from air raids and that even inland e,. A ,... .lll. pAM. o .wena. sure of patriotism which followedthe
I ...
( v k' w".iyt ""
realization that the United
faster In Its points Jeaibr
Ishuigton was even or the''Atlantic coast o. '"
1. to the Berlln-Rome challenge might be attacked was seen In a wt 0" ..i"\ State< was forced to fight-that our
.. freedom and future depended upon
[ that given Tokyo. triple appearance of Japanese President Franklin D. Roosevelt 'Pbtt
? to addressing the Joint session ef congreas 1)0'1) the immediate mobilization of all
lor on the very same day within planes over the Golden Gate reports where he asked congress to declare a state of war' against Japan. totes twee L m1elp5 forces to battle for our survival.
after Hitler and Miuio- that others were seen off Alaska Thirty-three minute after the President had concluded bin speech congress .rww. :
hours Since that fateful Sunday, December
rW had the .
passed resolution. There but
was aDO dissenting In
announced their nations at Oregon lower California and t 7. when the news flash
bad the of the President eM .
rear la Vice President .
Wallace Speaker Ray-
I the coast of and other .. that had attacked
with, the United States congress un. burn; seated at right Capt. James Roosevelt. AUSTRALIA came Japan
verified rumors. Hawaii-which was immediately
In) the President' new war roes- ,
L and passed-without a dissent- Chief reaction to these warnings followed: by a meeting of the cabinet

was'the realization With the of the bills the United State the and an Immediate declaration
T0te-formal recognition that aIK on the part of epcirinc Japanese en
the people of their utter unprepared spotlight of new swung" le this section ef the world. Above are shown of war by congrela-thl. city has
of war the battle stations the Pacific. First been bristling with military activity
blow a bombing attack was
longress followed this declaratIonwar ness for anything of this sort There Oa&4Ht9k aimed at the chief naval base of Pearl Harbor I. the Hawaiian lalanda.Several and with staccato-like orders from

with a swift and unanimous was little evident Inclination to panic point In the Philippines were bombed. Guam wa attackedby aU government departments aimed

luthorlzing selectees and the plane. The British port of Singapore was bombed and Japanese at turning the valves of democracyon

tonal Guard to be sent anywhere troops made .a landing en the Malay peninsula north of Singapore. Washington tn full force.Is now virtually the

the world and likewise extending Author chief military headquarters of the
of "How to Win Friends $
.ir terms of service for then Japanese Burn Official Records.S'w world and Is In constant conferencewith

duration. I and Influence People." democratic forces In every
corner of the globe. All domestic
lien the formalities were over e ws
matters which seemed Importanttwo
1 the United States found itself at week ago have been side

it meant the real beginning of tracked to give an open track to aU

second "World" war of the moves having to do with the war.

lentieth century. For the conflict i"k Officials here agree that the
i now spread to six continents of unity of the nation today is even

globe. a number of life insurance salesmen gave a : : greater than it was at the outbreakof
Y4 the last World war. At that time
saster Firstwar luncheon in the Pittsburgh district. After luncheon, the the attack on the Lusltonla caused

men began to talk about the "toughest" customer they had at 4 ,.fR.rf nation-wide resentment bunot

e with Japan which had ever gone up against. They agreed the hardest-boiled egg nearly equal. to the anger arousedby
the missing parts of a
npleted the deliberate unexpected
of all Dr. Brownee-the human that
( was a contrary
e World war started on a note ofLister tfl bombing attack on American soil
at sea.ofowing ( had ever irritated people on this planet. If they said "It's made by the Japanese and planned

her age-old technic ofr black," he would say "It's white.: by Hitler.

| the Japanese had struck vi. fl,, One of the salesmen sat listening quietly. His name: I such Never a rapid In history turn-about has there of opinionas been

msly and with force at six major Ross F. Roberts, 3336 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. was displayed Immediately following !-

inU of American tenure in the Pa. Well Mr. Roberts is a psychologist as well as a seller of i : the Japanese attack. Congressmen -

c c while her envoys of peace were life insurance. An idea popped into his head as to how to X ri11n. t ,1 be S who have been unceasingly -

I In communication with the approach the obtuse doctor. arguing for keeping out ofwar
and were criticized by many
[lerican state department. ,
This air raid warden Edgar Lee He garnered all the information possible. tie l learned I for their Isolationist policies were
er answer to President Roose- A1
III last-minute plea for peace in (Vice Commander of a New York that the) doctor was young married, had two daughters 55- -5 + quick to state that war Is now justified
American Legion post) la shown as and devoted his and necessary. Even the
Pacific had been to swoop down was to family. That was ammunition.The .
America First committee pledged
: of leaden skies on a Sabbath he phoned an alarm from New YorkCity's next day he called up,the girl in the.doctor's office Member of the Japanese embassy staff are shown burning' official It* full support to the government

'D and deal death and des truc- Empire State building observation and said he wished to see the doctor when he was least embassy papers la the back yard of the Japanese embassy In Washington Senator Wheeler leader of the
post that he had spotted D. C., to prevent selsure and confiscation by the 17 S. government,
to Pearl the United The said Isolationist Immediately
Harbor busy. girl the best time would be just before the movement
two planes. He phoned his alarm to shortly after the news of the bombing ef the U. S. naval and army
Jits' mid-Pacific stronghold. "army flash" to put aviation fields doctor would be leaving the office for the afternoon. bases In Pearl Harbor reached Washington. after hearing of the Japanese
Hie government declined to give -- ---------- attack, said:
When Mr Roberts arrived he reminded the he
girl was
on the alert and to warn the civilian ,
"In view of the vicious and
I details of what happened other the one she had talked to over the telephone. The girl
to that the "casualties population. \Var News Breaks in WashingtonThe called-for attack upon the United
in say were
without asking his business went in to see the doctor; and, State by the Japanese government
|je"-1.500 killed and about theme and but rather reckless
disorder a in a moment, Mr. Roberts was ushered into the doctor'sprivate congress must declare war
number and the
wounded disregard of the dangers of being upon that government. -
office. Now it sink swim.
mage was extensive" though unprepared.San was or
He told the doctor he insurance broker. Instantly "The Japanese) have chosen war.
was an
Francisco though the planes st us{ We must now exert our every energy.

,,, M wera actually over the harbor en the doctor bristled. not only to win but to give the
,,,r"d'n es trance went through a half-hearted Now Mr. Roberts began on the ,plan he had laid: he Japanese such a whipping that they

blackout, and the co-operation was would take advantage of the doctor's trait of opposing peo will not want war again. I havesincerely

so spotty that the defense chiefs pIe. He asked a few questions about the doctor and then i hoped that Atlantic we could
avoid war both In the and
were outraged and railed at the people began trying to convince the physician that he should not the Paclflc. War seldom If ever

one actually saying it would take any life insurance. "Mr. Roberts," he said, "If you settles anything and it Is Inconceivable
cave been better if the planes had to me that the Japanese
have no one to leave money to at your death there is no
gotten through and dropped their would be foolish enough to
bombs. reason why you should carry any insurance. As you know S ,SS want war. with this country.

Perhaps the best evidence of un- it will only be an added burden.' J WP e ,' "Everyone, regardless of party

4y x1'r preparedness came from New York, The doctor looked at him somewhat curiously, but madeno affiliations, must back up the administration
i to the end that we win.
> where a simple query about a rumor reply. His most potent weapon was gone: opposition. This applies to labor capital and

of a plane sighted out to sea Finally, he said: "I haven't a cent of) insurance. If I iq all other classes.

bounced back and forth until nearly died today my estate would not last my family three "The only thing now Is to do our
300 planes at Mitchel field took off bent to lick hell out of them." {

and criss-crossed the approaches to years. Herbert Hoover said, on that
Mr. Roberts said: "The chances are you will live to accumulate r wL same fateful Sunday afternoon:

New York, and a goodly portion of. $20,000 or 30000. Then you will have enough." "American soil has been treacherously .
New England's war production industries ,
attacked by Japan. Our de
"Suppose I don't? asked the doctor. p r
evacuated with considerableloss
to production.The Mr. Roberts said: "If in your opinion you do need insurance L./ We cision must clear.fight with It Is forced everything upon us.we

originator of it all turned out I'll be pleased to take care of it for you." have."

to be an identifiable civilian who Well right then and there, Mr. Roberts wrote the doc- We quote these men because they

was absolved of all blame. New tor a policy for 15000. The Oral news of the Japanese bombing of U. S. naval and army were unalterably opposed to war
how tenuous base In the Paclflo to reach Washington brought crowds to the. until the attack by Japan which Indicates
York however realizing He had accomplished something where all the other
White House where flash bulletins were being Issued by the Free- the unity we can now expect
its preparedness was proceededto insurance men had failed because he had capitalized on dent's secretary eleven Esrly. The photo shows crowds at the. gale from all groups In giving full

ar Admiral Isaac Campbell carry through: program of test the doctor's extreme love of opposing an interviewer. He leading to the executive efUce of the White Mouse co-operation to the war effort.

d. commander ef a battleship warnings designed to get the machinery had made the doctor the salesman; had made the'doctor the All efficient of Washington handling Is of amazed the war at

the Paclflo fleet was the first high In order.GERMANS convince him that he needed the insurance. _, I Ireuls Asiatic FleetAdmiral program here. Indicating that for

king officer ,ef the Mvy to bePorted : If you have a "tough" customer why don't you try the many month the administration

killed In action daring the same method on him? Make him sell himself.Chicago's has been ready at an Instant' notice
P* eie attack '0. Pearl Harbor Winter Slow-Down to get our military and production
machine Into full operation.
Unite losses consisted of one bat- The costliest failure In the historyof Consul Chief in Far East Production will undoubtedly be

ip capsized and a destroyer human warfare was the decisionof Jap doubled or tripled almost immediately

I to the bottom. Germany to abandon the central HEALTH and labor has pledged itself

'resident Roosevelt went to the and northern Russian campaigns for V not to let anything Interfere with

lion with an address in which he the winter. maximum production.
e a, On the same day as the Japanese
lamed Berlin frankly admitted that the S
the hadn
government attack. announcement was made
unwilling to give out all the weather had gotten the best of them 1d;(: that John I*. Lewis was given the
tails until it was sure that the Japes and that there would be BO further -- 'TifTTWExercise jnif cloud shop In the captive coalmines

knew them hinting that to attempts to advance until spring. but that announcement,
10 would "aid and comfort theemy. Men were unable to fight in those Precaution which the week before would have

." low temperatures said the Nazi high been headline new and have
caused wide resentment throughoutthe
Hits did not minimize fears that command and fuel oils and gasp
nation was passed over as being
Strenuous exercise is always dangerous -
disaster at Pearl Harbor was a lines were ruined by freezing conditions but it li particularly so to of no comparative Importance.Now .
Jar one. halting the mechanized labor and capital will work
j. the person who is extremely overweight
t the same time the Japanese forces Lin 7e. Where serious attempts I together a* never before and the

ached a strong attack on theIllppinel. The Russians calmly announcedthat C ,. 1 y,1 are being made to reduce, the exercise r aim of all croup will no longer be
5 "
also on the British in1a1l the Germans had lost 6.000,000 : l routine must be arrangedwith /( to get more for themselves but to

In the campaign and went on the greatest of care Obesity produce more for our nation.
and in the waters around men .
q6 There no question here but that
of itself puts an extra burden on ,
'Mpore. The Japanese were ap- I fighting. the heart and It Is most unwise to f"1'fC'" the war will call for greater and

rtntly super-confident, and reck- i Town after town village after village add more work to an already overtaxed ..." greater sacrifice on the part of
5 of their deployment of fleet and' had been recaptured and there organ. every American cltlxen--but there Is

planu. was no apparent diminution of the For most excessively fat people Thomas C. Hart, commander also no question that every American .
MA In chief ef the United .
!Bone 48-hour period following the scale of the Russian effort. 4' walking Is simplest and easiest States Asiatic Heel since July 25. Is now eager to do everything
matter what
rs If the Nazis planned to "dig tn"and But even here one must be cautious. within his power no
beginning the U. S. announced t 1939.: upon whom falls much of the the sacrifice to see that the democracies
linking of a Japanese battleship simply cease the war of movement Walk only a few blocks for a start harden of carrying the war to win this war. In the shortestpossible ;
serious during the cold weather it was er. At the end of each week. the In the Far. East
crippling of another and I.P..I time.
.ii__ distance may be Increased a little _
aimed to
the Russians
Sinking evident that
of one cruiser and one .
until one Is able to cover a .
'royer. This was the first Amer- make this policy even more costly Lieut. Gen. Douglas MacArlbnr or more without any sense of fatigue erase above. d.r.partmenth a..rlbeil at fttarke.s Florida.' plaintiff ...ks divorce Bradford
n answer to the Pearl Harbor to the invader. Klhachlre Oltmorhl. acting Japanese fanner U. 8. chief of staff and or strain. Some mild ab- January 16. un, at 10.00( A. M i j I I County Telearraph shall publish
rise blow. A report also from Important had been the report of vice consul In Chicago Is more recently Field Marshal ef dominal setting-up exercises may All persons ilalrnlna.. any right I this Order in next four weekly
efflce. With Island. I new cemmanuerlncblef ..r' Interent In or to ....Id propertyor la*tie*.
shown be locked nl> the Philippine *
anila of Tikhvln, vital communication as be included In the routine subject, .
Indicated that In the first the capture of all the U. 8. any part thereof are hereby required I Wltneaa my hand and l official semi
lace clash between the two fleets center 110 miles east of him .Is the petlcerd be re- of course, to the approval of your to appear. and to make such at Htarke. yla this Nov U, 1941.
e menacedby quested. armed forces In the far' Cast. physician. When there has beenan i-lnlm. within thirty (caO) days from 4OFKKMAI alMA I.) A. J. Thomas
Japanese were forced to flee Leningrad, a city so closely reduction In weight, the date of the firm pufcllratlon A* Clerk of said Court I1-J1U 13I -"
let' the cover of darkness and this 'the Nazis only a short time be- appreciable of this notlro an provided I.r by William I' Morgan Jacksonville.
varied I
!tie iv fillet Ir roiiiT 1..IAn"CUI. exercise of a more nature Hortlon 13, fhitiitrr 1101 Lws nlFlnrlrtn. If la. Attr. fur 1'lf
ended "without result. fore. 11 BTYt PLOIIIUAniHAY. ("01'> rtf. FLoiuuti (:""NIlW' can safely be added to the program Aitn of |
But the main reaction was a de- r(01'.:ft /*. (''': but it must never be done Hevrruice lep artrn.nt: of arI.; : ,
Plaintiff, vaMaxwell Tallahassee, Klorliln. or suchrl.hte I* ('IHf'II.'rOI'NT.. nil InF.HIDI
I to hear PRODUCTION: Kit Ide. Plaintiff vs. Ethel Id*. Crystal )McOavern hurriedly or in a tense manner.
of a victory However known .. Kthel Kaplan, D McUavern Defendant. and l Interest In and to maid irrir.'' KI.OHIIIti i*. cut*.
( ntoerwie) Remember that gradual reduction
nor- Also the Lave No. ISIS.ORbEII property hnll erase and tftrmtnutv.li. KHV.'
people were anx- came No. 1(27. I
Increase iMfvnilant
''I to receive the Aims ORDER OF riBUC'ATIOVANI OF PUHLICATIOVANI : is the only safe reduction and even W Bcartxirouicli.Director I M, I). Duken. Plaintiff v>. llaielnuke .
of action
rt of news on President Roosevelt had stressed NOTICR: TO AI'HEAH NOTIfB TO AI'PKAH: though results do come slowly thereIs I Htate Ittsverae.; Depart'. .*. Defendant. Cane No I J9.OUOK.Il .
of Klurl'ln I TallnhHnaoe. Kl rIHii -
American meat
arms. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ethel BTATK OP FLORIDA to: Maxwell no risk of seriously impairingone's ..to' WHWCATION
,, '
Increases ll-lt et l-
Yet there was much of this In the the need of war production MH, othcrwlf known a. Ethel f>, M'fJavern, earn c.f F. Mo- physical health I ANI"> NOTICR!] TO AI'HKAll
"ground and Indicated that he would demand Kaplan of ,20( K 174th Street. draw Company HalDllt{ .. Uer- HTATH OK KIOIUDA to: ""...IJUk.
of events and many New York. muda.You; Iv C nu iir loiitr. i nl U'FOIt" ... whose a A..Ires.s unknown.
1 leI ail Industries on a seven- Bronx
of heroism and American IUC.I that go required to appear 01 required' to appear onJanuary TO WHOM' irTAKK 'MIY fOr/'Ells fob rot Fl,OHIO,l| IM ClltM-: I You are roti'timd to appear on
you are are
came from the Manila battleThere day week 24-hour day. January\ &th J 912, In the abovenumnd 5th.. 1912 In the. abovensmnd NOTICE THAT a ISIS ('I':HV.Krunk. I January. kth, 1U43 In the abovenamed
.I, rjardon. Plaintiff. vs.Hsrtha Court sal Cause, wherein
No M471 ,
d. Court wherein whereinplnlntlff Chevrolet Coa and
were those observer There were some minor reports of ....k.and divorce came, Bradford Court seeks divorce cause and custody >iSB. with an appraised value uf Uerd. n, Defendant. Ca.e I plaintiff: spike! divorce, ftradfordl '
0 Saw but the outbreak of plaintiff seized, In :- 1521ORDER iinly T.bgraph shall pilhlleh' this'
In the fact that the JapMs labor difficulties County Telegraph hall publlshthl.OrWrtnesmythandr of child, Hradford County Tele- lea than I.DDO w a. ((0 .
In weekly laiiueaWltneneiny
did had stamped most of these out. l ", .. l raph shall publish thus Order In Hradfnrd'ounty. Florida, November 0. f'1'JU.lf"A"'J''f. Order next
not Immediately follow up war erflclale..alat tiaueaWltnena l 19 141, for b.I 0111' u...l In AVI Nn""fTn AHPI I hand and official seal
e attack reluctant to give and next four weekly KTATIJ OK KI.OIUDV to- perthaHer.Ion. at Htarke, FUt., this December t,
on Pearl Harbor evidence and others more atarke. Fla, this lath day ofNovember mv hand and orrirlal seal violation' of Section 9. hapter
Punitive work on the part of the up their demands, were facing popu- 141. at Htarke. Fla thla Nov. J.' *5.ThomaaAa 19(1. that 19301.It l..awa la the of Intention Florida. of l3 K, and W. .. ,. Ithode rag! Hoyden liland.' Street Wouoaorket -,' 1MLOKPiriAf( BRAD A. J, ThomanAe

oiled States navy had been prompt lar disfavor and difficulties within (OFFICIAL BEAD A..J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.II-U" 12-1' Xrarboroua-n.' Director Htate Ievaraae you are required 'to appear on I Clerk. of said Court. U-5 41 II-aa
d devlltatln unions. A. Clerk of laid Court. IS-t 4t tZ-2 Clerk of ealdCourt Fla.Atty. Department nl Plurlda I topoaaes January 5th ml. In the Ham It. Wllnoo Jacksonville, Fla.
,. their-- own- -- WaybrlBht Waybrla-ht I Jaakeoovllle Louie 8, lool.. Jacksonville for use by the Stat. tiev- named Court and causa, .bo..1 Attr. for "Il.I .
fur Pit.
Fla. Attr for Flf. I



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The Coming of Gods Son.

Tenon for December til la'"lab 9,
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Associate Editor. VaraaW Magatoe 1V H Golden Teat I John 4t 14.

A* a jeweled cross unites the

'SAFETY FIRST FOR TIIE'-BABY gem of a necklace. the cro*. of
< of truthof
Calvary unites .he'I.earl.

'kiij both prophecy and fulfillment. r
In advising caution and foresight Leaving old razor blade about yl ,The Old Testament

in keeping your child out of harm's 1* one habit you'll have to break to Christ; the New Testament reveals -

way, we do not mean that you your husband of after a baby' ar him.

should be In a constant dither rival. When ;your baby begin to Isaiah prophesies the coming of a

ever possible accident Having reach for everything in sight be Child who should establish a king

done your best to prevent those in sure there I* nothing within grabbing dom of righteousness! AH that the

which carelessness play a part, dl.tancven a table cloth world has known of the increase of

you have to accept the existence of i* a hazard it the child :yank: it right government has been due to i

the unpredictable and not let this and a cup of hot coffee or a sharp the coming/ of the! Bato of Bethle c r

make you over-apprehensive. Buta knife i* pulled over on him. You hem. In the present turmoil of the r

great many accidents can be pre- may be sure a toy will find Its 1 y> nations let us remember Isaiah's
vented If we take the trouble to way into a baby' mouth-so make f .q cl1 >r prophecy and the promise that "the

study the records of familiar ones. i certain that the paint will not come zeal of Jehovah of hosts" will up-

We can't point out all the lurking oft and that it is paint which contains hold the kingdom of God.

pitfalls in your home but here are no lead because of the danger John writes of the majesty of

those most frequently headlined in of lead poisoning. Christ's Person. His thought of Jesus .

1 the accident columns. Burns come Count the pins every time you travels bask through all time.

h first and even when not seriousare dress or undress the baby. If one His words teach our Lord's divinity. Christmas Baking Begins With Luscious Fruit Cite!

on. of the most painful accidents i* missing, track it down relentlessly 4y The Eternal Word reveals God's (See Recipes Below.)

a child can suffer. Christmas for the only sure way to prevent 1 f wisdom. Jesus came indeed ns the

i decorations) are a hazard unless choking on pins and other small '. world's supreme Teacher. Though

they are made of fireproof material objects i* to keep them out of he many received him not, they HolidayFare

. *. Keep all electric! cords out of baby' reach. Empty powder can who did became the redeemed sons THIS WEEK'S MENU
the bab,'* way and be sure that should not be used a. playthings of God and received power to do Christmas is something pretty -

they including Christmas tree for some powder Is bound to remain all /good. ipeclal. I'm sure you'll agree and Clear Vegetable Broth

f lights are in good repair. Never in the can and 1* a threat to Above all. Jesus Is the revelation is such deserves something pretty Lamb Shanks Lima Beans

I leave a small child alone in a room life Inhaled We do not need to of God's love-that men may have ipeclal in the way of food. To my
/ with a lighted tree. warn you to keep all medicine and life. Certainly If God so loves us. Mashed Potatoes
lotion the fruit cakes and
I, The bath tub is another place poison on high shelves, but not we should love one another. It plum pudtin's Crated Carrot-Pineapple Salad

t where the child should be watched all mother need to ,realize that would be tragic Indeed for any man are that special something Muffins

lest he drown or turn on the hot simple household remedies, harmless to try to appropriate God's love to with their handsome brown fruity Beverage

water tap and scald himself. for adults, are often too strong himself alone. That would be a richness and delectable flavors. Queen's Bread Pudding

Smothering Is a constant risk to for babies. For example rubbing sure way to lose God's love. That The charm of both these kinds of
babies and ba diluted love Is revealed to us not for ourselves
young children. The alcohol should be SO per lelicacles lies in their ripened Vi teaspoon salt
by' bed should be smooth and firm cent for babies, and hot water bottles alone but that ,t may be re-
so that if be turn over on his should be comfortable when vealed and ministered through us mellowed flavors 1 cup margarine

face no deep depression in the mattress held against the inside of your unto others. Let us remember tho which comes only 1 cup sugar

can shut off the air from his wrist Perhaps we can sum up last verse of the lesson text this with proper aging 8 egg whites

nostril He is better off withouta these safety rules by saying "Don't Christmas season. How better could 1:+ when the Spices 1 tablespoon lemon juice

pillow of any kind. take chance with a babyl"ButtonedUp we celebrate the birthday of Jesus t ) fruits nuts and Cut fruits and peels in thin slices.
are red on the superbly, than to be ministers of God's love butter blend Mix cherries and ginger with
'-- white gown centeredin i unto those who 81'e1l1 need 1
I t the group. The flair for white for themselves into :I cup flour and tots
: Look mysterious good f
party wear and also for youthful"date" ILL t'.- lightly. Cream
.e. .tj ness. So bake the margarine with
HOMSEHOME dresses is Important fashion
fruit cakes and % Sift
cup sugar.
.' < news. College girls and teenagersare .
;: "
? simply thrilled with the Idea of puddings In advance together Hour,

I a' and give them a chance to baking powder
"winter white" for dlne-and-dance gay and fes'tlve trimming accents
icquire their best in flavor. and salt and beat
wear. For these fancy runs mostlyto in the way of beadwork and embroidery

}x" ,," white crepes wools and Jersey it Is interesting to note the While you're about the big busl- III into batter. Add
>WJ:6 leIS of making fruit bake !floured fruits and
a cake
some trimmed with gold accents /glitter of sequins, rhinestones or
? ;' + and others gay with appliqued floral nailheads, as well as a definite re- leveral small cakes in small glass nuts and mix thoroughly. Add lemon

4i 2y 'eD JI \ ,: patterns or bright yarn embroid- vival of applique design. This form flyPATRICIA or pottery dishes to give a* gift*. juice te egg whites and beat

p of handcraf very smart, and in Gaily decorated with sprigs of holly until stifl. Add remaining sugar and

ery.The DOW and mistletoe and ribbon beat until smooth. Fold into batter.
i[Author at Siltn M sry'e Kitchen lovely white party dress featuring designers\, have tappeda
Turn tube lined
pictured to the right above is madeof wellspring of inspiration which is they make a perfect gift. greased pans
with waxed and bake In
By MARY E. DAGUE soft white crepe which molds itself pouring forth a wealth of Ideas in Dark Fruit Cake. paper a
low (32S: degree) oven for 3 hours.
I Author of Staler Marys Kitchen. ., to the figure of the wearer. At- endless procession. (Yields 10 to 12 pounds) To mind there's nothing quite

It hardly seems fair that It's t' tention Is drawn to .the tunic and Applique design offers a technique 12 eggs my
festive the plum pudding
10 as
little things of life that are mcr a"rw shoulder drape'whlcb 1 II gathered 4
which i* being/ successfully "n- cups sifted flour brought flaming to the table and
revealing/ and therefore important.Our .
from a' V-neckline. Great lovely ployed for both day and ''enlnlmodes' 2 cups butter
dress our speech our habits served with a rich sauce
of living/ -even the way. we set our roses in crimson red crepe are ap with the utmost simplicityor 1 pound brown sugar Plum Padding

table disclose to our friend Just pliqued to form a border on the tunic in the most elaborate motifs to ,. 2 pounds raisins t
(Makes 3V4 pounds) ,
what kind of persons we are. Y and a corsage cluster: at. the left fit the occasion{Consequently.there 2 pounds currants j{

With Christmas Just a few days shoulder. are going to be all types of applique 1 pound pecan 1 cup suet rj#.'J

away let's talk about table setting. In the stunning afternoon modelto this season from the simple single 1 pound citron 1 cup molasses ,1.;

There's a right way to do it and k* the right below one senses the fact bouquet effect on a blouse or bod- 1 pound almonds 2 cups bread crumbs *
failure to follow the unbeaten
rules immedi 3
that applique design is a* graciousand ice to take the place of a corsageor 1 teaspoon each nutmeg cinnamon eggs
ately the
stamps offender
as careless 1 raisins
or ignorant or both.Let' effective for daytime modes as glittering spray clip all the way mace 1 cup currants \

begin with the flat silver.' for formal evenlnllownl. Black and to elaborate designs. Also we may Vt cup lemon Juice 1 cup flour -I

The knife always Is placed on the pink a flattering color combination expect to see a tremendous amount U cup canned peach Juice cup cinnamon nutmeg

right of the service. Forks are widely featured this season, distinguishes of applique used on the sports Bounce glass jelly (blackberry, 1 teaspoon each

placed on the right ONLY when a this ensemble. The black clothes for resort wear. currant or grape) cloves
knife Is not needed and the service 1 tablespoon flavoring t
dress is styled with the new drop Vi cup cream
Many of the "dressy" clothes for
is very informal otherwise forks 1 cup milk >
always go on the left. shoulder while the sprightly pep- winter are so beautifully embellished Wash and dry raisins and cur. 1 teaspoon soda

The sharp edge of the knife lum Is encrusted with an ap- they are veritable works of. rants. Blanch almonds drain and

should always be turned In. toward ")0- plique of pink braid In a floral motif art. See this demonstrated In the cut with pecans into quarters Cut Mix well the suet and molasses.
the plate. The pillbox hat is black felt with a Add bread crumbs and mix In eggs
citron into
1. > lovely gown pictured to the left below thin slices. Place fruit
As to the order of arrangement. bow of black veiling. in one at a time. Add raisins and
in the illustration For this ap- large mixing bowL Sift flour
One way to put It Is to that currants mixed with the flour and
say The sophisticated evening gownto
plique the artist designer has taken measure and sift with spices and
we "eat in." Consequently' the '. the left In the Is of spices then flavoring. Mix (In mUk
l' background I morning glories fpr her theme, translating mix with fruits until well-coated.
spoon or fork that is to be used and soda dissolved in 1 cup boiling
black marquisette worn over
them into handmade fabric Cream butter and add beaten
first is placed on the outside far. I sugar water. Grease mold put In pudding -
West from the plate. nude-pink slip. The call for black flowers that bloom in all their deep eggs and Jelly. Stir in flour and Place in
full and seal tight.
i At informal timeit when the Corks on black is dramatically answered purples, wiruM. brilliant pink and fruit alternately with fruit Juice first % trivetor
are placed on the right with the < O p b yv in the bold leaf design in black azure blue. Leaves and sterns and I IY then cream. kettle ot boiling water on com

spoons the napkin Is placed at the velvet which Is artfully applied on tendril of. l greet*go cascading from Line with a rack and have the water
pans heavy waxed Steam
left of the plate to balance ,the Long-walsted./ snug-fitting to the the shoulders and at the waist shoulder toh m down the side frontof per and butter pa. half way around the mold.
cover as in the case of dessert- slightly. Fin pan for three hour. Serve not
a The applique theme Is being
hips this dress has a skirt that simply / this .tately. sleekly fitted black almost to the
bridge party. top. Bake small loaf dessert for Christ
An excellent
bursts into sudden affluence of worked out stunningly for simple crepe dinner.gown./ It is said that cakes 3 to 3
% old-
Napkin. should be folded with hour at 275 degree ma time or winter time l 11 this
the salvages together wben they fabric and detail. Eyelet embroidered wool daytime dresses and suits. many women of discriminating/ Bake large loaf cake .4 to 4% hour fashioned wet pudding much skiD

are Ironed. Then the fold is brought wool for the skirt gives style The !Bower applique Is self fabric taste are turning to fabric appliqueas at 250 degree. CooL

to the selvages, then the hems prestige to this long-sleeved/ button. which trace its way. along lapels, a welcome change from too Cool to the plum pudding:

brought together and one more fold up-to-the-neck afternoon dress. The sleeve tops. and .often over the en- much glitter of sequins and colorful cakes on a rack. When cool Sad Pudding-

to make..the square. designer also styles this model in a tire front of the bodice or blouse.In stones.Released. wrap In heavy waxed paper and (Serves 10)

Table decorations are somethingelse connection with the for store tightly.If floe
long-skirt version for dinner wear. vogue ( by Western Newspaper Union.) 1 cup suet chopped
again. Here originality has you prefer the fruitcakes
/ The coachman's brim velvet hat has lighter 1 cup molasses
the greatest appeal In Its revelation why not try this less rich
of one'a nersanalitv. plum colored ostrich trim. SONS" HAVmO CLAim OR DEMANDS and that I will apply to the lion- 1 cup bread crumbs
AGAINST SAID: ESTATE: orabte K. but just as elegant cousin of the milk mixed
CountJudge %
Pleasing color schemes and a You and each of you are hereby or.r tort1or:; Florida. Dark Fruit Cake: cup
nice sense of harmony in the materials notified and required to presentany on the 6th of January, 1941. for with
you choose are of prime ('O" \TY. FL.OHIUAI IN fHAN. claims and demand. which discharge of the same and for final Light Fruit Cake. V cup water

Importance. Fine china crystal flOHV.Minnie. against you or the either estate of you of T.'atr. have Mcford This 3rd '*'tiny* such of administratrix. (Makes 3H to 4 pounds) 1% cups flour
and sterling/ silver demand heavy Shiner Jones. Plaintiff, I late of said December 1141. c.-
vs. dtfpeaMed. County Margaret' U Kelly, / IVi pounds mixed crystallized 1 teaspoon cinnamon
damask or lace table cloths with a Russell F. Jones, Defendant. to the County' Judge of BradfordCounty Administratrix r.the Estate of fruit ( 1 salt
formal centerpiece. ORDER OF PUBLICATION: Florida at his offlue In I>. W. Kelly deceased.. 12-6 4t UJOIN cherries pineapple etc.) teaspoon
Pottery dishes, colorful provincial AND NOTICE TO APPEAR the courthouse, of said County at I 8048., Vi pound mixed lemon orange 1 cup raisins or currants!or pre'served
Florida, within calendar
Btarke. eight
glass ware and cutlery with STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Russell months from the time of thefirm citron peels fruit .<
gay colored handles are used to F known.. Jones, whose residence Is un publication of this notice.Each COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLOItlUtl COURT BRADFORD IN CM M pound blanched, chopped al- Mix all dry ingredients 4Ogether.add (
IN. Tars
best advantage/ with round-thread claim or demand shall be In' 4'FRY.. monds fruit, then suet and milK.

linen cloths and dollies. Brass and January You are 6th.required. 1942, In to the appear above on wrltlnir.residence. and fund nhall post mate office the placeof address tiff Charles Mamie Burrows Gregory. Plain 18 maraschino cherries into greased pudding mold cups or

pewter centerpieces are harmonious named Court and cause wherein of the claimant and shall be fendant.vs. Case No.Ileale 11128.Gregory De Gracious Ease H cup diced preserved ginger cans cover tightly with greased paper '
with pottery service but silver plaintiff seeks divorce and no sworn to by the claimant, hI.. ORDER OF Place on a
other relief. Bradford County Telegraph PUBLICATION Pattern No. 808-You'll be 2V4 cups flour or fitted covers.
and crystal must figure/ In the pic agent or attorney and any such AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR ever water
ture with fine china appointments. next four shall weekly pntillsh Issues.this Order in claim or demand not so filed< 'Khali STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Kamle. so pleased with the gracious' ease 1 teaspoon baking powder rack in a kettle of boiling w the

Obviously all the silver and linen Witness my hand and official seal be void. Beale Gregory, whose residence Is with which this dress fits larger which comes half way up '

and china must be immaculate. at Btarke, Fla., this 2nd day ofDocembeq As admlnl..t..atoIJarh.O'F.rf.or ofAs care 128 First of Ocean View View Grocery store as well as average figures/ The molds. Cover kettle and Iteam le
e e e 1841. executor ef the Last Will and Norfolk VIrgin Ocean Vi.w, orettily shaped shoulder yokes hours if in a mold or 1 hour it
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. ThomasAs Testament of You Pam an attractive SAYS: sauce "
Fasten down the mulch material are required to appear on open neckline with hard
Clerk of said Court. 12-8 4t 12-2A T. M. !Mi-Cord deceased January 5th. hich will cups. Serve
1942<< In make
that the above your face
o it can't blow seem
away and John J. Henderson, Jacksonville, First publication named Court and Plum Pudding Sauce.
U.lliJ.\Ult cause, wherein unger below Christmas wouldn't Christmas
leave the plants unprotected. Fla. Atty. for Pit. 12-2 plaintiff seeks e e e of children. Bradford County custody Tele- mple /gathers /give the bodice the if you didn't have good Sauce Is to pudding it gooa. 101

AH large drifts or thick layer graph shall publish this Order In .illness which makes fer easy fit- things like fruit cake and plum to the turkey so make
h 'of leaves should be removed from Nonrn' TO PPKAR TO nrrr iv" INT! rinrrrr rnritT. nmnronn next four weekly .. Jng. Darted pleats shape the dress puddin on hand. But since these steamed puddings
C"nl''TY. FLORlllAl: CHAN. official
''''''] riKcrrr COURT. IN AMKOK : ) Witness mv hand and seal at the waistline and .
lawns before they become frozen CFoIlY. at Stark.. a slim panelled take lots of time to a hard sauce
Hlt.tl>KOHl> CO U N TY. Fla? this 29th.. Novem skirt make plan
solidly in place. These thick coverings FI.OIIIIIV no. IIMX.: Wesley Alan Clifford Plaintiff her un.OFFICIAr.. easy to put together/ completes to be In the of making with whatever Jt
/ of leave can do much dam- William O. Wlnthers. Plaintiff, V''*. Helen Olira'' Clifford Defendant ( EAr.) A..1. Thomas I a dress which you will wear process / desireIs
.. age if they are allowed to remainall vs.. Katherine Wlnthers, Defendant. Case. No. 1929.ORDER As Clerk of said Court. 12-5 4t U-26 with proud satisfaction. them for several days so one day you 'fyou'd
winter. Tub STATE OF 'I.OJUDA-To: OF PtTMLIfATTON Chas' R. U..".' Jacksonville. FlaIV Pattern No. 8043 Is In size won't tire you out. excellent. I
unknown.You Katharine. Wlnthers, residence OF FLORIDA to: Helen to 52. Size 38 with % sleeves Fruits and nuts can be cut and like a hot dell
IN rillCl'IT C"O 1"nT. RRADFORO Olsra Clifford whose residence It takes 4% yards 35-inch chopped several golden-hued sauce meltingly
days in advance
COUNTY. Fl.OltlUt. IX 1IIN.Kitr. .I are hereby notified that a ISO Orland Street Philadelphia. ("Inri'IT COIIRT. RRtnPORII material that's tops:
4. : suit has been filed asralnst you In Pennsylvania.You {'n"' TY. FLO'UU'I" fINSnllv since they usually involve considerable clous here's one
Florence Helen golf Plaintiff the above entitled cause, and you are required to appear on C"HV. time. Plum Pudding Sauce.
vs. Jsmes Leo E(lof. Defendant are hereby required to file your January 5th.. 1943 In the above Daimhenbaoirti. Plaintiff,
Case N... 1830.ORDI.n written appearance In said suit named Court and cause, wherein v... Charles.. I>rrmnbaunh. Defen N.m..u........................... When putting the batter in the t 14 cup butter
OF PUBLICATION: with the Clerk of said Court on or plaintiff. seeks divorce Bradford dant. Case No. IUfI. pans be sure that the cornersare 1 cup powdered sugar

1; AND NOTK'K( TO APPEARATATE before January 6, A. n. 1942. : rvmntv Teleirrnph. "" shell ptttillHh thisO'd OIIIIKR OK PtTRUr'ATtOV: Addr............ elder or
.... well filled
OF FLORIDA to: James The nature of said suit la a Bill ->r In next four weekly. IOHIICK.Witness AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .............. with batter so 2 tablespoons flavoring
Lea Kirulf, whose residence Is un for IHvorce.WITNESS' inv hand and official, vealnt 8TATR OF FLORIDA to: Charles! you'll get a nice looking cake or 1 tablespoon other

known. my hand and the seal: Starke, Fla., thla 29th., Nov.m-I(I aushenbaiihr Pennsylvania.. ; of SteadvIlie, ....... ............................. pudding 2 eggs/
of said Court at l Htarke ber. 1S4I.OKPiriAT.. ,
are required to on ,
appear this znd day of December Fiorlda'i / HK\t. A. J ThomanAs You are required to appear on Store the cake or pudding In a.col % cup rich milk d Ki.
January 5th., ID 12, In the aboveCourt
: and cause, wherein plaintiff 1941. Clerk of said" Court" 1I4t; l'leChs. ( January. Bth.. 1 19.S. In the above Nam.of DS per.Pattern ........................ .. dry place. Have it tightly Cream butter and P"fV qua
seeks divorce. Hradfnrii (OFFICIAL REAL) A.1. Thorns. .. H. hens, Jacksonville. Fla. i named Court end eau"., wherein' I flavor *
I ilnflff! seek, divorce.. covered preferably in a tin con Add cider or 11
Ally, for Plf. Bradford : ar. WI
Telegraph shall publish this Order Clerk Circuit Court. 12-6 4t 12-2 j No......... When
Oountjr Telegraph. shall > Site....... yolk
In next. four weekly ""IU..a. I Order In piihllPh fhls tainer.! Sound apples may be kept well-beaten egg ; to jouW
neat' four .
weekly Issues I Coo
Witness my hand and nffl..lala"1 V OTI{'.' OK Arrl.I<" '''''O'' FOIL Witness m'- hand and offiolit Send IS cents In coin, (for In| the container Itself to keep mixed. stir in milk. theD
at tRrk.. Fla, this 2>th., November IV' THH COI'RT OF 'TUB ('Ol'NTYJI'IIIeF. FIY41. III CII 'HflKNotloe Sf.rke, KU this SRth. day senisf of each pattern dulredl to- cage or pudding moist but mu.tbe boiler until thick as curt* .
'. IIIIAIIKOHM ( : In ghlu
hereby that 1
rn11iJJAL November 1t4t.! egg
: ) A. J. Thomas KI.OIIIII, ,,' .. ; Patricia Dow replaced if In beaten
( IN / : have riled my final report us administratrix /OrFiriAT. SEAL) A. J Thomas Pattern they become decayed gradually pour
As Clerk cf said Court. ll-S it 11.18 In rs: Estate of T. M. Otlll..1 of the estate of p. W. As Clerk nf. said Cow 11-R loe W. 17th SI. New or shriveled. conatantyI )
Cha... II. Hess, Jacksonville, Fla. n..e..a..d.TO Kelly, deceased: that I hare filed F1..m n. Wilson Jacksonville! 4t 1 FaL-IS N. Y. beating Western. f, e..lPOOpel''UnWi.
Ally, tor Plf. ALL CREDITORS my petition for final discharge ] Atty, for Pit., t Released by

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Bradford Hardware Co. The Lunch Box P. S. Stores, Inc. Van H. Priest Store

Mathews Model Dairy Guidon Grill
Gem Jewelry Co. Bradford Photo Shop
L. B. Alexander Jerry's Place .
Sternberg's City Barber Shop
Sistrunk's Feed & Seed Store Koch's Drug Store
Louis Shafkin Titus Olson
Starke Dry Cleaners Green'a"StoreLouie's
Rogers Jewelry." Bon-Art StudioGuy's -
Market Barksdale's-Dry GoodsBrownsteen's Conway's Service Station
Army Store & Union Bus StationEdward's
! J.'F. Rabeck (Jo Jo) Shoe Repair Shop .
Blanding Service Station
I Richard & Hamiter Three Friends Barber Shop
Tavern Houston's Service Station '
Shop Andrews Motor Company
I Suslow's Army Store Electric
Ben New Method Cleaners Fred F. Stump
I Sam Rosenberg & Son Longacre & LoverinFrank's Torode Chevrolet Co.
Fine Food Starke Bowling Alley
A. M. Darby'sCarpenter's Jacobs'
John F. Selle A. Hartman
i Drug Store Denmark Furniture Co.
Box's Place
Est. 1894)
Alvarez (
I The Military Canova's Pharmacy
Edenfield Jewelry Hart Furniture Co.
I I Petite Photo ...-. -. ..-... ';

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}I: Defense and the course will be open to County Agent's NEWS ANALYSIS Methodist ChurchThe New Lighted Cross -

Council Meeting the public. Services at the Church on This
1" ,11:1 W. P. Smith urged the neces- Farm NotesBy Friendship next Sunday will center around foot had the Rev A. It
sity of purchasing defense bonds. Bygone celebration Christmas erected a.. the
Christmas -
: the
:[ 'l; fftii Held Last Friday Gas masks and anti-airciaft guns L. T. Dyer, O.untygent: songs will be used In all ser- the Baptist church a beat fro

t were discussed and Secretary J. Owing to the high market priceof vices and every service Is being neo.IIlgn in the form of ,

The !Bradford< County Defense not to turn a deaf ear. L. Peek was Instructed to write peanuts, It Is expected that planned so as to bring out more with the Words, "First Chi c
+' < Council In called meeting Friday 'The question of a u f f 1 clent the State Defense Council at Tal- and forceably the meaning of the on the horizontal beam ,
'seed will be scarce
peanut word an
volunteer firemen to take of lahassee for information along "Baptist"
care on
afternoon at 3 o'clock, took action high priced. Farmers should Christmas season. ular beam the per..
and all fires wan that line. This
i several any emergency for their seed Qy 'Nr Church School 10 A. ?I. WI18 the
on emergency measures make arrangements a man who
also dlacuased. R. C. Buford, fire took f
The secretary was also Instruct 11 o'clock literally ,
'ar Morning Worship ,
1 1 due to the present war crisis. chief, was appointed as chairmanof ed to write the State Defense early. P "Facing The monition of the B ble.
u Perhaps the most Important thing the committee on Fire Prevention Council setting forth the dire For those farmers who have Sermon Subject" thy left hand know "Lei

itM, discussed was the necessity of and Water Supply, to necessity of securing two. full- not obtained their seed peanuts, Holiday Season. right hand doeth,' Mr what>
take the place of former chief V. time WPA clerical assistants for the Agricultural Conservation Department Youth Fellowship Meeting eeld.. !
t completing the organization H. Carden. the Defense office. Mrs. Lex at Gainesville 18 i mak- 6:30: P. M.

j the seven established airplane sometime observation The chairman, Marcus F.Brown, Green, who has had considerable ing plans 'to furnish seed as material All young people are urgedto RULED INDEX; C.UtDs..
posts ago of the .1
throughout the county. When and Mayor N. D. Wainwright Jr., experience In Mrs. Franklin D. to be> paid for attend. per M-BUADFORB COt

called upon, citizens are urged urged police chief A. L. Alvarez, Roosevelt's office of Civilian ,De- Conservation payment next year. Evening Worship 7:30: o'clock. TELEGRAPHweek .
and Sheriff A. O. Andreu eachto fense in Washington, D. C., volunteered This seems to be a fine plan, Sermon Subject: "Wise Men."

i appoint at least twice as many her services aa did also will help many farmers who A Christmas program and I'Facceu Addyoupoinsot3
\ I CI
volunteer deputy officers as there Mrs. A. D. Crosby, who hall pre- cannot pay"'for {the seed when Christmas Tree will be held at 'FREE

were now regular officers, to viously given much of her time In they need them. 7:30: P. M.. Tuesday evening. : S Ulesre Indiroa
S'n guard against sabotage and fifth the local office. All farmers who will want to There will be no service at the B1oatlugCuHautburnge

columnists' tako advantage of this i offer Church Wednesday evening. Nausea ret.free sample,, oft:

Judge E. K. Perryman, county City Council should leave their name and O. C. Powell, Pastor. .and a free Interesting. bookl);
amount of seed wanted at the r
chairman of the American Red CARPENTER'S Dtln|
tft Has Busy Meet County Agent's office. ST<,

Cross, urged the citizens to give Free Pine For Selling Four Japanese chrrry trees, tymbol Priests Give Bonus
Forty persons crowded Into the of bygone friendship b"IW"f'nh./ .
liberally toward the new $50,000- The Container Corporation. Is Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
City Hall Tuesday night to attend United Slalet and Japan were cut' damn ,
000 quota for the nation for war to furnish pine tree seedlings -
the regular meeting of the offering by traloui patriot near Washington, Van H. Priest, owners of the
t i is relief. Bradford County's shareof City Council. Requests came from for setting to any 4-H Club D. C.:* famed Tidal linvn; during/ etemporary Priest 6c to $1 Stores, distributed
boy who Will make application for blackout of Potomac park in Defense Bonds
n this amount Is J1.25O.: He also several quarters for street lights nearly $2,000 J,
.' ,, 1' CLOTHINGTHIS the trees before Christmas so while! power company workmen were credit
y urged the necessity iff having the Standard Oil bulk station; The and cash and memos among
I that be set during the installing new electric
classes In first aid, and Prof. E. they may / their regular employes and boys
rt ,4 the Magnolia Hotel; City Park: few superintendent of parka aid "the only:
YEAR WE HAVE L. Williams of B. H. Christmas holidays Only (former employes) who are now
>4',' principal Gay's Service Station; and the thing anomplmhfd was the destruction .
a have been
THE LARGEST S., announced his intention to offer old Ciutchfleld. house on Thompson applications, of beauty in anhmgton." Lettered on In military service. For years the
<>* a class in first aid at the street The City will grant to date, ,and if the boys of this the stump of ont tree it "To Hell With PrIests have been sharing their

SELECTION OF MENS school bouse shortly after Christ. those requests as soon as Derry I I county dtr-not apply for the quota 1 hone Japanese", profits at Christmas time by giv- Do YOU Like to Pc,

j XMAS GIFTS IN THE mas. Teachers will take the Johns, utility superintendent, can I the offer will likely be extendedto ing Government bonds to store

HISTORY OF OUR course with a view toward teach get around to It. the adult f aimers. managers and the heads of various If you do, you don't
ing It to all students In the school The old and much-discussed Those interested In setting pine SPIRIT: departments. wa

STORE question of taxIcabs was broughtup seedlings should see the County Now UnitedFirst Automobile Insurant
Agent and put in their applications I
by Mayor N. D. Walnwrlght,
Ties _______ $1.00 for free at Thisis and most salutary reaction Don't
k Botany Federal Jr It was stated that the Starke trees once. of the attack by Japan on the United AUTO PARTSUSED wait 'til after (I
a fine offer, and many acres
syr Taxicab Company, the first cab States and the subsequent declaration accident
Knothe Expansion -buy
should it
of Idle
not land that are lying TIRES, REBUILTGENERATOBS today
to operate here, was unanI-
x; wi '"' Belts ___________ $1.00 Land Bank company now permitted to enter the Camp be planted to trees. Payment will mous of congress war by was a practically the vanishing of AUTO
be made the Soil Conservation
Blanding gates. Owing to the through all controversy, and the unity of the GLASS CASH FOR
i''x'l'' Curlee Suits _____ $29.85 for setting these trees. It
scarcity of transportation between people as to our war alms. CARS AND TRUCKS IN Charley E. JohnAgency
(The Lasting Gift) Farms just means that the farmers will ANY CONDITION.
Starke and Camp Blanding, a res- ,, President Roosevelt's speech In
and will then be
olution was unanimously adoptedby be given trees which he outlined the U. S. alms as I
Shorts $1.65 & $2 for setting them. Further, Used Autos
Wings paid in $25 up
the Council to request the authorities "victory in war and victory; Starke, Florida
at the Camp to permit the Forestry Service will furnish peace" met with universal approbation 119 East: Call Strew
Shirts ______ $2.00 dibbles and the HASKINSAUTO
Arrow supervise setting. those who had been _
Known as O. 0. Annis them to go In and out the gates. even from Telephone _
RSV There Is-aH to gain and nothingto his sternest critics.
Also a committee was appointedto PARTS
) M1dF Stetson Hats ____!"_ $5 up Place. On Highway Bet- draw up appropriate ,.regula lose In this proposition. Boys, The President was firm in align
She North of Town Road IS
+ Florshelm Shoes $8.95 up tween Lawtey and Starke. lions governing the operation of get,,,your applications In before ing Germany and Italy; inseparably on prMntIno THE TRAVELERS Hi

81 Acres. Dwelling and cabs within the city limits of Christmas you can set trees with Japan! solemnly warned the
411a Crosby Square Shoe $5.95 Starke.A during the holidays. people to be ready for a long and
Lots of
uY' Outbuildings representative of the FloiIda- difficult war, and for reverses at the BOREE FUNERAL HOME

Georgia Tractor Co., Jackson- Bishop Back Home outset.
ville, appeared before the CouncilIn To all this most thoughtful persons FULL LINE UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES
e Known as Edwards Farm. the Interests of a "Marco traffic H. A. Bishop, who was seriously agreed, and from America First,
Injured In an automobile accidentnear and all other isolationist and non- PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
line maiker. The
miles NW of Starke. 100
FOR THE Starke on the night of December interventionist groups came an out-
VrM/ acres, 30 acres cleared which weighs about IS poundsand 2 when his car turned burst of patriotism, willingness to Phone 134, Starke.T.CLUTEREALTOR
SERVICE MAN sells for $60 could be sold
balance in woods. One subject to approval. While no over, was ought. home from St. serve and a general all-out reversal
Vincent's Jacksonville, of their former tactics.In .
e4; !Mackinaws ______ $18.50 house and other outbuildings Immediate action was taken, the Sunday morning, Mrs. Bishop this spirit joined Lindbergh, W.
Council folder to look over
stated Nye, Wheeler and the rest, and Representative
Officers' Blouses $19.50 up and consider for future reference. Tuesday. Fish of New York said F. H. A. LOANSWe

Although' he Is confined to his he was going to offer his services to want the listing on your propertyWe
Sam Browne Belts $4.50 up room, it is more because of a
Builds Another House the armed forces as he did in the
have wonderful for sale
Sold cold than on account of his accident some properties

ly"'; Enlisted Men's Mr?, and Mrs. J. E. Marshall, Mrs: Bishop said, and he last war.LATINS. See us about your Real Estate Needs

+ Serge Slacks __ $7.50 up On Long Terms have just returned from' their,i Is very much Improved, and will : 119 E., CALL STREET PHONE i
_ home In Brookvllle, Ohio, near be out within: a few days.; 'i iLatinAmerica
Climb Aboard
"a} Officers' Elastlque and Dayton. Mr. Marshall has builta

+ and All-Wool small garage apartment on his Southers As ScroogeEdwin as a whole, was -
t property on Church street, and swift to rally around the American
Gaberdine Slacks $7.95up Low Interest he and Mrs. Marshall will live Southers Shakesperean banner, and though there were exceptions Prompt Service Careful Drive

there at least temporarily.He actor, last week delivered recitalsto as to a whole-hearted declaration -

has secured a building per- the Lyman High School at of war, even these nations

j LOOK THESE FARMS mit, and will begin immediatelyafter Longwood. Next Sunday after assured the United States tho{ they Starke Taxi Servic
the holidays the construct noon at "vespers" o'clockhewill were with us at heart.
1 o n of a. five-room dwelling present Charles Dickens' Mexico made arrangements to

'" We Keep a Complete Line WRITE house. He is not certain yet famous "Christmas Carol" to the rush her troops aroixd through Locally Owned and Opeated
whether he will rent It or live khaki clad I boys at the USO at American territory into Lower California
', of Military Equipment there himself. the Woman's Club building. to present a defense front

R. W. Bryan For four or five years Mr. I there against a possible Japaneseland Phone 150

Marshall has been wintering In trees he removed. He has already invasion. .
ALVAREZESTABLISHED 402 E. Main SU S. Starke. Two years ago he bought' : built two residences these Cuba, Panama. Costa Rica and Day Nigt
others went all the in
from Quigley and Davis six; lots ono cold to Sam K. Stratos, of the way supportof
P. O. Box 32 I' this and _.._, _
,,1 t 1894 on North Church street. He Park theatre:, the other leased to which said country she would remain Argentina neu- ;r'.un .. __ _'_ ___rV
cleared the property,'sawing 8,000 M. C. of
Gainesville, Fla. Mayhugh, Koch's drug tral, declared she would considerthis
feet of pine lumber from the store.
us country a non-belligerent, thus
n I i permitting us to refuel or repairwar

j_ I- FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1-- CLASSIFIED ADS -I time limit.vessels in her ports without C "r".11I11IIf

The Pan-American Republics de-
My Many Tear Experience: Makes It Possible for Ma to Render ._
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cided it would be a good thing for
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS: 8ERVICB FOR SALE-Green pine 1 slab FOR SALE Cavalier electric all the foreign ministers to meet

MODERATE PRICES wood, 1 -lnch long. Truck load range. Never used. Bargain at and to map out a united front for

DeWITT C. JONES (cord and a half, or more) $8 $100. May be seen at Brooks' this hemisphere against the enemy.To ; .

Starke. Florida dellvered.-H. B. Keice, Lake Trading ,Poet, Camp Blandlng. the north Canada, Its West Do Your Tradingwhere
I Butler. 12-5 3t J. A. Brooks, Box 428, Starke. coast sandwiched in between the
I 12-12 2tp United States and Alaska, "girded 6 pieces Rogers Silverwareradl
WOOD FOR SALE-Full cord fat itself for the conflict, the United given away with every t
pine turpentine faces and oak FOR RKNT!; -House at Kingsley Kingdom having followed this coun or certificates.

fc $8 delivered. Just drop me a Lake, modern conveniences. try promptly with a declaration of Are Redeemed

Luggage card.-L.. A. Brown, Brooker, Farm at Hellbronn Springs, war against Japan. In C..h. If GARAGEYon
: Fla. 12-5 5tp known as WainwrlghtMltchellfarm. President Roosevelt truly pointedout Yon Choose SMITH'S

M1 ., Also farm for sale 30- that "four-fifths of the people of FLORlD.FWI .V
TURKEYS FOR SALEReserveyours gal. hot water tank with oil the world are on our side," and In

FOR THE HOLIDAYS now for Christmas;Mrs.J. heater for sale. Also room for this hemisphere the groundworkdone ((
S. Plnk ton, Route 2. Box rent. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, during the past year and a t.: ((

101, Alachua, Fla: 12.12 2tp Starke. half was bearing fruit.

; r See our beautiful suitcases, fitted ao'dplain SETTLED LADIES WANTED SALE: _4 Live Raccoons, BRIEFS : DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPINGAT

a From 21 to 35 years+of age $290 and $3. If Interested writeP. From War Fronts

also combination luggage 3 (married ladles preferred) to O. Box 741, Starke, Fla., ltp Mexico City: President Avila Ca. THE \
act as clerks In the V. F. W.
FOR RENT macho urged that Mexico Increase
-*- Small furnishedapartment.
piece sets to match Amusement and R eat Ion
t R; production far
Lorenzo Green, one as as possible, stressing
$ir Center fgrom 7pm. till 11 p. mile west of Union bus station that as the best way in which Florida Souvenir
IOE3O m. evenings. Good pay, clean on Road, 48. ltp the nation could help the United
work, and chance for advance States.

ment. See Phil P. Vltske at FOR SALE CHEAP-Trailer at Washington i Congress had set In

We still have a complete assortment of Western Union Office, Starke, 306 North' Church street lip motion a bill providing for the send-
from 11 a. m till 11:30: morn- irg of an American Expeditionary Novelty- StoreSOUVENIRS
1 Lentheric and Lucien Lelong Toilet Ings, or come to V. F. W FOR I aALE-rWood:! Stove In good Force to the Far East for immediate -

: : Amusement Center, Main High condition. At Educational Build service. The bill, it was said, I

Articles suitable for Xmas gifts way 48, at Gate A, Camp Blan ing next to Methodist church. might reduce the draft limit from
dIng after 6 p., m. evenings. face" Kev. G. C. Powell or Mrs. 21 to 18.New .

lip Titus Olson it York: Army navy marine NOVELTIES OF
corps and coast guard enlistments AND
.oao.Whitman's OVEN FOR BUSINESS -Annls COMFORTABLE FUR N ISHED were at new highs following the war I DESCRIPTION
Lumber Co, located one block HOUSE at Kingsley Lake. Mod declaration, the services reporting EVERY

and Hollingsworth's Fine North of depot, announces the ern conveniences. $60 month respectively. In one day 1.500. 1200.
opening of their mill. We pay Write P.' O. Box 601, Starke or 700 and 885.Honolulu I -

Candies and beautiful Xmas gift cash at the ramp for logs de- phone Starke 167 after 6 p. : Pan-American airways
livered to us. We have a stockof m. for appointment. it officials said their forces of 20 persons CALL AND SEE US

packagesKoch's all sizes and lengths of rough I on Wake Island had been successfully I
lumber. Free-all the sawdust
evacuated and had been
i WANTED-.,-Cotton rags. M'ist be
you need. Annls Lumber Com brought bere.BaDCkek -SSLongacre
and without buttons.
pany, Phone 165: Starke, Fla. Bradford : The capital of Slam was
:' I 12-12 2tp County Telegraph tf taken over by the Japanese following I & Lover

LOST-Irish setter bird dog. Male. the announcement that no resistance
FOR RENT-Furnished cottage, was to be offered
With collar bearing name of to the
Store 2 bedrooms, adults, $30 per invaders.
Drug owner. J. W. Jordan, Starke, THEATRE -
,, month. Also 3-room furnished Fla. Reward. itp Washington: The army plannedno ACROSS FROM: PARK
apartment with bathroom and cancellation of Christmas leaves
STARKE, FLORIDA lights, adults $30 month. for soldiers, -1 FloridaR.DFORD
t per C.tKHO.V: P.tl'FR1.2: x 11, despite the fact that Starke,
i Mrs. L. M. Clark 1 1-2 miles 8 1-% x 13: S 2 per box-BRAD the nation was at war. AU were due "

tit out East Call Street Starke. tf FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. back 4.from their furloughs by January I I Ltf' "";"



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