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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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eation Trading Center for BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the :::1.1','t t: I




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Official Count Publication Established In 1877 I ITAJUU


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DedicationTake Call Street And War TimeSo Registration Soups On' for U. S. Boys in Iceland How To Proceed .. ;




Place far as time Is concerned: Starke dormn't know the war'son. For Men 20-44 With I Housing .."> i i\ i


War Time (daylight sating) became, a nation-wide law Monday { ; I I

1:30 Saturdayrythlng but most Starkelte were NOW to quicken! their tempo. A ThisVeekEnd\ In Defense Area .: ''I') ,

: majority of merchants
simply moved their opening time from A- t -- lu I

8 o'clock to 9 o'clock, most county offices) also udopted the '
in readiness for Men from 20 to 43 years of age Now that Starke has been declared ,-:" ;
Ie late opening hour, and school take* In at 9:30, making the 10 "'I'
who register for selective ser- a Defense Area under the '
Dedication of Starke's $86.- .o'clock scholar almoM. a reality Instead of a nursery rhyme. vice on February 14, IS and 16, Fodoral Housing Act, It la Import ', :

SO building Saturday morn- Call Street at 8 o'clock the Wur'Tlme morning presentsa will be asked only nine simple t ant that those who desire to build '

10.30: o'clock. Governorlard dismal scene. Here and there' brilliantly lighted store, or questions! concerning their identity wg housing accommodations have a !.

L. Holland,. .originally office gleams through; the foggy/ / half-light but the vottt maJority place of residence and mailIng complete Idea of the procedure ,

wed to make an address sleep oa till 9 or 9:30. Here was the picture Monday address. They will also be necessary In order to obtain con- '' I

e unable to be here It was morning: required to list telephone numbers ruction money. O. C. R. Stage. .

ced yesterday. Electric clocks If any; their age In years burg, architect, has summed up \ '
along Call Street pointed sleepily to 7
| building at Jackson- and date of birth, place of birth, the situation as follows: I>
e USO o'clockn hour behind time. The traffic light at Call and
will be dedicated In the name and address of the person Designation of Uirke as a De .
Beach and a motorcadethere Walnut hud not yet opened Its eye to start Its day of blinking. who will always know their tense Area causes this city to be '

afternoon will attend the cere- Three employes of a popular grO'ery'Ato.e' .stood shivering. / on address, their employer's name and eligible for loan under Title Six

,,7 here In the morning. To re- the outsider waiting for the boas to show up and open up. A address!! and their! place of employment of the Federal Housing Act. Title 0."

Ithe compliment, citizens here well-known reatauritnteur wile clipping along as If trying/ to or business. 4 Six In an amendment to the I

Invited to form a motorcadedrive avoid being seen 'oDIK'It'nce-"trlckt'R at getting down MO late to Men may register at the armory original National Housing Act

to Jacksonville\ Beachhe give the public Its breakfast.. PoMtofflce employee were waiting in Starke on Saturday and authorizing the F. H. A. to Insure .,

afternoon dedication.. patiently for Homebody to wait on. Uncle Sam had told tJae.'"* Sunday and at school buildings In d ninety percent l lane for defense "v
Starke Brooker and workers In designated areas. This ''
,
]he following: program has to be on the Job on time War Time! Lawtey
Hampton on Monday-a school Is Intended to supplement, but
I arranged for the dedication In the middle of the afternoon, when It was "knocking off"time In .>" t
holiday. Registration will take no way to supersede Title Two/ .
for most workmen and the sun was still high In the heaven place between the hours of 7 A.lf. This photo taken at one of Uncle Sam's tratecle posts somewhere which provides financing for

bile by 1:5: th' Infantry Band. *, a young negro boy' snot a news reporter and said: "The and 9 P. M. la Iceland shows U. S. soldier Inside their mess ball, which Is made ofcorrugated owner-occupied homes. ,4i'

location Imerlca"-Led by Thomas the Band.O.hnd. new time sho seem pretty don't It?" The reporter nodded sleepily The requirement la that all male the utmost.sleet. "Oar boys" are evidently enjoying their repast to Placing Starke 11a F. H. .A.'a' ; '

-Major and added: "But It seems a whole lot prettier In the afternoon persona not previously registered, defense area doe not mean that t '

Camp Chaplain. than It does In the anyone with a lot anywhere In t\
morning! who attain their twentieth birthday -
.
Iroductory Remarks Lex Green.by Chalr- "War Time. as It him been named by President Roosevelt on or before December 31, More Teachers the city or Its environs, may obtain 110 :
Congressman > Dr. LockyerTo Title Six financing Nor doesIt
gnitlon of Guests.ettng Is not a local Innovation. It lit nation-wide. It was panned by 941.. and who have not attained mean that It will be necessary

Governor Hol- an act of Congress the President and U therefore their forty-fifth birthday o>n or
from signed by for some big operator to come to .
e Brig. Celt. Vivian Collins. the law of the land. It will continue until six month after the before February 16, 194?, must i Named By Board Begin Series Starke and build several hundred t .
register as of their home address
presentative of Construction clone of the war, 'and the people of Starke along with the rent house Ik simply means that he
Itermoster of between 7:00: a. m., and 9.00: p. m. i
-presents keys of the country might Just tut well get accustomed to It. Ad- on February 14th, 15th.: 16th.-In Federal Housing Administrator of
lug to representative of Fed- At an adjourned session of the Doctor Herbert Lockyer. English Florida can approve certain lots
mittedly, this will be a whole lot easier to do an summer approaches other words all unregistered men
Works Administration. ann Board of Public Instruction Tues- Bible teacher, will be the and certain districts In the town
and daylight conies hour or so earlier. who were born between Feb- I'or
Ipresentative of F. W. A.. D. day the following teachers were featured speaker at the Gospel It* environs for Defense Hous- :
Some people question the wisdom of War Time and 17, 1807, and December 31,
saythey ruary
Piety, receives key and pre- recommended by their respective Tabernacle from. Wednesday ing. The office of the State Administrator '. !
k them to representative ofkral cannot see where it will save any power. The thing to do 921 must register. boards of trustees and approvedby through Sunday February 18-22, has expressed t h ,

Security Agency. in times like these U to trust the Judgment of those who have Men between 21 and 34 yearsof the County Board: according to an announcement by policy that the empty lots with ,

presentative of F. S. A.Leorews made studies of these matter and do a* they direct whether age who registered In 1940 and New River-Mrs. O. E. Steele; Mr, and Mrs J. T. Quigley, sponsors in the town should be filled up .

receives keys and pre- you think they're right or not. Like the soldiers In uniform, 1941 are not required to register Hellbronn-Mrs." Muriel Norman, of the Tabernacle."It first before proceeding with a .

them to representative of our civilian soldiers must also learn the meaning of: "Thelr's again. Mrs. LJllle Bridges Mrs. Susie In a privilege to have such large development elsewhere; Any
rd Service Organizations. While anyone who Is unavoidably Moore and Mrs. H. P. teacher owner of a desirable building lot I
not to question wliy-Uielr'n but to do or die! Morgan! a widely-known amongus
ppresentatlve of IT S. O.. Mr. away from hJ, home on -Iampton -Mlm Ophelia Bryan and his prophetic leaching la In Starke may make applicationfor

fcieth Beam receives keys as February 14th 15th or lOtb may Mrs. Floy Sullivan Miss Betty especially timely In these war a Title Six loan. In order for

latlng agency. register at the registration place Jean Rhodes (the name of Miss days, showing' present-day and the construction to qualify under

pares* by T. A. Rymer senior Bond Sale PeakAt 'Gum' MeetingSet most convenient o n either of Edna Dudley was also presentedby future events clearly foretold in this Title, the house must: q'

tary, Army and Navy De- those days, Florida registrantsare the trustees, and will! \ be ac- the Scripture," Mr. Qulgley l 1. Cos} lest than $8,000.00. ,
ment, Y. M. C. A. urged to make every''' effortto cepted,Jby the Board provided atendartie stated. 2. Be made available for sale !

lenedlctloa Lt. Chas. S.dman PostofficeAccording For Monday"More register with their own local of schools warrants havIng Doctor Lockyer Is the author of or rental to worker either 41'I,. ''I
board avoid confusion
assistant Camp Chap- to possible four teachers); numerous books and Is the editor rectly or Indirectly engaged .
In the future.
Any person Defense activities.
Rising-Arthur McRae" principal -' In-chief of the Christian Readers .
Postmaster Fred ..Naval Stores are'urgent- who must register while away '.
atlonal Anthem.v., .' to Till. latter qualification would .
Mrs. Beverly Blackshear and Digest! a monthly periodical ,r
; "
specUon: of .Building by all P. Stump the Postoffice sale' of ly needed In the Defense Pro. from his home' should ). aretul MI'.. Cleo Andrews'Orahum; :Mrs. which Is gaining,wjde circulation, include! ,9VU.1' service .IDPIO *,"-: / >i''itft'ter&Wt'Rostructiod"workeY t ; L "j
is callIng to bla-home address so
government : specify '
lOur
ts. v Defense Bonds and Stamps for gram. ( < ard Ruth,Fra.ie-,.i.. "rol.spvleacb8ldf f '1'1161'"ciiurcii In navRtSME wrfj** .. .. r ', ,
.K Jtshion on. Florida producers for maybe at-t.<. Camp and In addition
the month of January far exIeds forwarde4gpromptly his Vanderbilt-Mrs. Bynurti !Perkins, he was once the pastor has since may
barrels f turpentine, to own
107400 o ?
Show'r other monthso principal (Board will also the war been destroyed by be ,construed to Include business'ri
that of
*'Tiged < any and.358,000 barrels of rosin. Mora local board and to ensure that approve began,
twice Miss Ruth Alvare teacher: bombs men where activities are In someway
far. It at least as as
waa
worked to he will be Included In Its
Tonight trees will need to be potential connected 'with the Defense
other one month provided she can get an1\ emergency -
nyich as any meet this war requirement. manpower to fill calls for After recently concluding six Effort

wenty-etght babies have alby be commented.- These statements were made this quotas. certificate from the State I. weeks of services In Jacksonville, The correct procedure for obtaining If't
Department)I. ,
been for they The January total for bonds week County Agent L. T. Doctor Lockyer comas to Starke
registered by. After a registrant has answered I 'Title Six" loan for con- )a
At Its meeting Feb: 2, the with the word of
and combined waa $23- highest praise
Parade and 30 40 stamps
or youngn all questions and signed! Ills name t-tructlon of residence In Starke
to model for the Fashionw I 616.30, divided over she county a., Dyer.Any farmer with 1.000. or to the registration card, he will\ Board elected principal and teach from, the punters of .the Churches I.I as foUows:

| which follows: Brooker, $12, Lawtey slash longleaf can ers for the Lawtey school as fol- where he has been ministering
will be heldat the more, or pines be given a registration certificate 1. Obtain a desirable building:
i Ida Theatre $18; Hampton, stamps $28.40, win the working lows: Principal, L*. M. Sponholte, The First Church ,:Main St.? "
tonight at 8 0'k help war by signed by the registrar. This certificate lot in a good" location. Thin lot
The bonds, $350; Starke-bonds, $21- and make real 8th grade; Mrs Emma P. Hill, Springfield, South ld., and Wood-
affair trees some
will be staged these must be In the personal must be'a., least 60 ft, :x 100 ft.
Leila's Dress Shoppe an.l the 275:: stamps, $1,932.90. money by selling the gum. The possession of the registrant at all 7th grade; Miss Catherine Young, lawn Baptist. In former' Jacksonville In size,
tth grade; Mrs. Blanch Edwards, engagements, h e b a s
ceeds will to the Women's demand for raw gum as it come the
,go f times: and failure to poses: X Obtain for house
plan a
6th grade Mr. Joyce Futch 4thfrade spoken' at the First Presbyterian
; ,
Vice Organization, to help en- Owners UrgedTo from the trees Is now great, and certificate, or to show It to auth- which will atisfy F H. A.
requirement ,
Mrs Eunice 3rd
; Kelley, and other Churches. The Starke
paid the Camp Blandin& sol- prices are higher than in manyyears. orized constitutel a vlo-
persons .
Register Trucks grade; Mrs. Jewel T. Robert, I Tabernacle wan privileged to have Any. reputable architect
i t atton of Selective Service Regulations -
To farmers 2nd! grade; Mrs. Helen B. Cody, Doctor Lockyer once before, In can'.upply these plans. .'. I
Mrs helD get acquainted and Is considered prima
Archie Robertson of If you have a truck or bus.don't for let grade; Mrs. Beatrice Futch. I January of 1941. 3. Make application for your
ftellvlle! will I be master of with the with his new opportunity facie evidence of failure to register Title Six F H. A. loan through a
fall to comply "All who will attend these
cash income Mr. Dyer Is holding
monies. broker or material dealer who
request of the War Departmentand ,a demonstration meeting In' gum Dr. Boone To Leave special meetings at the Taber-
e girls will model the latestes the State Defense Council by farming on the farm of N. W. nacle will receive a blessing, aa handles this service. Any real -
la evening Which have Festivities To Follow Health ClinicDr. estate man some Insurance brokers -
gowns specta- blanks
filling In the :Mansell between the airport and Doctor Lockyer ministers the
sports, as well aa play been sent you. Florida ranks : Mathews' Dairy where the pulp USO DedicationFollowing Word of God" Mr. Quigley said. and some material dealers
Ihes Bert R. Boone director of render this service The
applica-
and bathing suits by with this important -
47th In
complying demonstration was held "Hla rich knowledge of the Bible,
wood '
deze the Health tion fee to the F. H. A. Is ".00
of Hollywood. request. In other words, the dedication Satur- Bradford-Clay County his eloquent yet easily understood ,,

ere is still time to registerr It Is next to the bottom of the 'I last At year.2:00: o'clock Monday afternoon day morning of the new U. S. O. Unit since Its opening here May Bible exposition, make him to be per thousand dollars on the proposed ,', '
1 has been ordered to leave his amount of the :
) mortgage, ;
the
child between the of list of states to help win I one of the outstanding Bible
Ersklne
ages 16 -
February two experienced building, Miss Margaret ,
post at Starke at, once and report with a minimum fee of 10.00, ..
Nnd 8 years of war with trucks and busses. teachers in the country today.
age. enjoy a foresters with the Florida Social Secretary, has announced,
4. After
the F. H. A.
to Curtis on receiving
Maryland
|d ihow, and ate same timea In case of an air raid or other Forest and Park Service and a buffet luncheon contributed by March 1. A letter Bay, from W. F You will! not want to miss. these commitment make arrangement)

worthy cause. extraordinary calamity the safetyof Agricultural Extension S e r v I ce the ladles of Starke and community Draper, Acting Surgeon-General, Interesting meetings at the Tab-" with your bank for a temporary

the people may depend on the will assist County Agent Dyer li will be served to those Federal Security Agency; U. S. ernacle, every night at 8 o'clock. loan if thl" Is necessary. N o

[.siting Minister ready availability of these ve .holding the demonstration and attending the dedication. Also Public Health Service, Washington work can be done and no material

t Presbyteriane hicles. Last week E. D. Connell, will talk with farmers about how several ladles of the communitywill D. C., under date of Feb. 5, Valentine Dance can be delivered to the site until
chairman of the division of they can work their trees. Cups act as hoetesaea to show after this
addressed to Dr. Boone, but coming At NCCS ClubMen temporary mortgage In
Rev. Transportation for the Bradford will be hung and streads put on visitors through the building. through channels, was just of record.
Ross
>tor of the first M. Haverfleld, County Defense Council mailed i actual standing timber. "Visitors are welcome to Inspectthe received yesterday morning, and of a Field Artillery regi- 5. Sign the construction con-

firch of ilonongahela.Presbyterian. Pa., will the following card to truck and "Pine gum 10 now bringing In building at any time," Miss reads as follows: ment were guests at a Valentine tract with the selected builder.In .
'
pus owners in the County: handsome profits and farmers Erskine stated.
I the guest of the local Presby- "You will stand relieved from Dance Wednesday night, given by order to compute the expenses -
"You received recently a com- should be in line for the payoff evening a huge housewarming Incident to Title
ian Saturday obtaining a
| Church Sunday morning at duty at Starke Florida, and are the NCCS-USO. Mrs. II. E.
11 o'clock service Dr. Haverd plete set of forms from the State ," Mr. Dyer says. Every body party 'will be staged, at directed to proceed to Curtis nay Tucker Mills Lorraine Hartmann Six F. H. A. loan, estimate that
Is Defense Council which are to be la invited to attend this demon- which a group of colored entertainers In addition to the cost of the
here representing the I Maryland, to report on March 1, and Albert Hartmann were responsible -
fabyterlan Service Commission filled oUt separately to cover) stration. will furnish the thrills- 1942 to the commandant, Recruit for the attractive Valen- I house approximately 6 percent of

f comes from one of the larger OA/-K-' bus- or truck operated by, tap dancers, singers and or Training Barracks, Coast Guard tine decorations the amount of the loan will be

irchos of Pennsylvania. Is you. It Islmperatl.Ye- these U. of F. Glee Club chestra. The orchestra will furnish : Yard, for duty, stopping off en- The artistic Insignias of the reulred for other expenses. In i
forms be filled out and forwardedby the music for the dance laterIn computing the amount which
ively Interested In the work Here route at Washington, D. C. for I regiment were executed by Jose', you
l g clone m camp areas in be- you In the envelopes which To Appear the evening. All young ladles conference." talented young artist, who also (Continued on gage ten)
with the forma The Invited to
received of the community are
of the social, moral, and you Friday night February 20, at It Is not yet known who will I made sketches of the men during "
Is insistent that
War Department attend the house-warming.
ritual welfare of the men In be made 8 o'clock, the University of Flor- take Dr. Boone's place. Miss I the evening. The soldiers promptly Coca-Cola Company
this vital Information The Pilot Club,-business worn I
vice and his message will be Ida Glee Club will give a performance Margaret Hoxsey, public health' sent these to their loved ones
available to It, and It is your en' organization, of Gainesville Buys Building
f llenglngr to all who hear him. at the Starke Woman's nurse; D. I. Sigman, sanitarian; for Valentine. ,
to comply cookies for the occa- I
G pastor the Rev. Chase H. I patriotic duty Club building. This program will will supply and Mrs. George Ionian, office Mrs.. Tucker headed the reception The Starke Coca-Cola Co.. has

fen. Is anxious to have a large consist of a concert, skits and sion.The assistant, will remain to carry on committee and was assisted purchased from Mrs Jessie E.
| gregatlon! to greet Dr. Haver- New Building comedies. Vesper services from S to until someone else arrives, which by Mrs. W. E. Torode. Refreshments Livingston and Mr. and Mrs.

Id. Completion Forty voice. wil be heard on S P. M. Sunday will be conducted will likely be within a few days. were served by Mrs. Mike Frank Carter of Tampa the f,1.'

|Tho visiting minister la staying Nears the program and the following by Chaplain James Faleoneur of 1 Dew. Mrs V. S. St. John and brick property connected with the .

the Episcopal rectory ands < Contractor R. H. lathe reported -I prices will prevail: Adults 40c; the 31st Division.of Miss win Cather-lead I: ftccent Births Mrs A. Stevens. I Coca-Cola plant which was formerly '

fn to be In this community yesterday that the new High School students and children -, Ine Young, Lawtey. Lt. R. Downing, morale and used by the Ford garage.

f about a mouth He.sttendedf building on Court street which 25c.: : the hymn singing at that loca time I Mr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Huf- recreation 'officer was presentedwith It Is that portion of the present ''
Claude Alvarei
Weekly meeting of the local will house the Starke Dry Cleaners The Glee Club's performance While statler, Starke, girt Feb., 10. a beautiful Valentine regimental plant which adjoins the office of

|tary Club on Wednesday and, Laundry will be ready will be under the auspices of the pianist\ will play.. announce Mr and Mrs. Hughey Richard insignia motif by J. L. Dr. W E. MIddleton on South

for occupancy within a very few Adult Fellowship Class of the Miss Ersklne baa Clemono, Raiford, ,Feb 8, girl, Buckley on behalf of the person! Thompson street Deed to the ;

eal Estate Sales daYIAa soon an It is ready, Methodic Church, of which Fred that there will be a program oat "Greer." nel of his regiment. At the conclusion property was recorded In t h e
O.
the U. S. building every
Junlus Smith and his laundry Guy Is the teacher. The pro- week. Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Norman, of the dance, a grand books of the Clerk of the Circuit

|Judge E. K. Perryman recently force will move In. Alvin Weinstein ceeds will! go to help furnish the night In the Lawtey. Feb. 0, boy. march was led by Miss Hartmann Court on February 3.

|d through W. 1. Clute. realtor now associated with the new educational building of the Mr. and Mr.*. John Crews Law and Lt. Downing., D. A. Judd has been employed

| 13 and itof: block 23, on Columbia Military Supply store, Methodist. Church.Candidate County Judge's Court tey Feb. :S:I, girl. by the Company and he and bio
.
|>ad 48 back of the Union Bus will remodel the present laundry I case was tried in the Mr. and Mrs. Eulle Comer Jail Break workmen are taking out three
atlon. and In a mod Here Only one walls In this portion of the build-
The Call street put 7
E Feb. girl
purchaser was on County Judge's Court here lasTuesday Bush, Starke, ,
I Campbell, cashier for t h e ern Army store. according to Judge E. Mr. and Mrs. William John Wednesday night of last week Ing, leaving a room approximately t

[rke, Coca-Cola Co. Mr. Camp- Mr. Mathe also announced that i Helen Hunt West candidate for K. All the rest werecarried Estey Klngsley Lake, Feb. V, Chief ,A L. Alvare bad five soldiers 80x100 feet which will
Ill may buUd home there at had leased his present Congress from this district, was Perryman. In the City jail. When he b. used as a storage room. "1t
a a Green of
Lex to the next" term
fer date It waa said office on Court street, and greeting\ friends and new over John Wllllamw was acquitted girl.Mr. and Mrs. Peach Crawford, went to let them out the next will be so much easier for the ;It f; t
brand acquaintances In Starke Tuesday court. morning, he found "nobody trucks to drive around In there
Mr. Clute shortly Into his Feb. 9, .boy.
also rented to Jas. would move West lives In Jacksonville on a charge of "entlcln Lawtey, said
Dicks new office In the South end of Mrs. labor from the employ Mr. and Mrs. E. W J>arrlab.I home"-they had already gone, and pick up their load.

g' the new building which to now and and political is prominent circles.In newspaper or persuading of another." Starke. Feb. 11. boy. b* announced Tuesday. one of the employes Wednesday. Yu;

|ar the State Farmers' Market In process of erection. B



FRIDAY. FEB1M-.J
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ST.\RKE. FLORIDA t


TWO is the country where the little guy is boss- NEW' RIVER LA WTEY

t' The Bradford County Telegraph where the little guy can go as far as his Jessie Lee Lazenby IJy Bin Plununer Oa& &iij

Established 1877 energies and abilities allow-where the little LUCK CHANGES AIK RAID SIGNAL

I:. L. Matthews __________ Editor and Owner guy doesn't have to bow and scrape to Pete Sapp was born Friday 13 Upon the excellent suggestionof
December 1929, and has been an a member of our school faculty -
-- "
__ --
-- SUBSCRIPTION-- KATK- anyone unusually lucky boy but this Mrs. L. H. Hill air-raid Author of "How to Win Friendsand ; K
Little guys made this country. They week changed his luck, he has wardens O. J. Phillips and F. R.
Yearly $1.75: ; Six Months $1.00. came here from everywhere to establish had 3 accidents! The first reverse Carradine advise that plans are Influence People."

Mid Entered mm 8eoend was one day at school-It re- being completed for the urns of
Fridays landedin
published Weekly on freedom and tyranny. They
escape
church
old-fashioned Methodist
Fla. minded us all of the the bell of the
CI- Matter at the Post Office at Starke a wilderness. They were often cold and poem-"Up the hickory and down at Lawtey as an air raid signal. ,

hungry. They seldom became rich. But the Plne"-Pete spilt his pantsto Trustees of the church have giv-

built the homes the superlative degree which en their consent that. this bell be ONLY A MINUTETO
faith. TAKES
the They IT
they kept next of
hurt him very much. The used solely for the purpose
y [ We Highly Resolve I and cleared the land and raised the chil- day or so another catastrophecame warning for the duration. Cooperation BE COURTEOUSIn

dren. They fought the wars of the past, to Pete-he was Jumping. In discontinuing all bell
___ his knee has already 1936 a farmer near Marshall Mo.
The fell on a root and cut ringing In other churches drove i
this *
"We here highly resolve that these just as they are fighting war. very deeply and painfully. The been given or Is expected pulled over to the curbing to park and got outs

dead shall not have died In vain-that this little guys were proud and strong and con- last accident occured Sunday within a few days. Through the "trading." As he climbed from his car, a car from

i, birthof fident of the future, and the great land in when he was Jumping: again this medium of this column and a state drew into the white parallel lines near him. ri
nation, under God, shall have a new which we live is their gift to us, the little time with a stick. He stuck the phamphlet .system in the school in the other car evidently had never been in the toil
the government of on which he was of what to do and
that
freedom-and sharp stick suggestions
for he called to two boys who were walking by !
for the people guys of the present. Jumping Into his neck. This too what not to do will b e given and
the people threw him
by The
the people, boys a flippant
1 question.
answer
effort -
Little guys built the industries of this was very painful. citizens in this section In an
from the earth. tered Again the man asked the ]
shall not perish to meet all eventualities with on. question and
country. They saved a few dollars and put Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of
1 On the birthday of Abraham Lincoln of Mrs. at least partial preparedness. made an even more ungracious response. The ma i :
them into a store or a bank or a factory of Keystone were guests of else.
consider the full Everyone Is urged to cooperate inquire some one
I is a fitting time for us to Ward's parents, Mr. and Mrs E.
some kind. They took chances. Much of when an alarm Is sounded The farmer's name was A. Harry Orr.
weekend.Mr.
of that famous quotation from A. Sapp, last
significance the time lost but that didn't dismay whether It be practice or other- This set the farmer to thinking. Why couldn't']
they
,
G. P. Ganus
and Mrs. gave
It is also good
address. a
his Gettysburg wise. have been courteous to the stranger? Courtesy
them. They saved a few more dollars and their first music lessons last co
{ time to add our deep approval to that resolve took chances. They didn't laugh when week. Theme taking piano les- BASKKTll: .ILL TEAMAn ing, he reasoned; it takes only a minute of times L

) for every one of us today is deter- new sons are: :Mrs Wm. Mann. Mrs. independent basketball team people happier.As .
{' mined to see to it that no American who some visionary came along with an idea the R. R. Andrews, Mary L. Andrews Is being organized here. Anyone he drove home that afternoon, he kept thinks

freedom has diedin wiseacres said was obviously insane-the I Eloise Johns Julia Mae interested In Joining the team is the scene he had witnessed. Yes, just common
has died for the cause pf telephone, for instance, or the automobile, Stewart and Dempsey Sapp. urged to get In touch with S. D. would have solved it. So he decided to see what;

v vain. for lighting homes with electricity. Those taking guitar lessons are: Harley or Bill Plummer. One do to teach the boys and girls of his town to be moil:'
We may not think of our defense of or a plan Seeber Doyle Andrews and Pete game has been played so far. A ous. It seemed like a big order, but he would atlil;
There might be something in it, they Sapp. Edwin Andrews is the only close game was dropped to B. his
He went about making plans and
the viewpoint of preservinga quietly on J
freedom from steel 32-
one taking Hawaiian guitar.M. H. S. Tornadoes last week
and the shot.
they played long
thought
of the next January 1938-he oil
had
a heritage for which many of our forefathers L. Johns Jr., Jon Lazenby 25. A full schedule la being com- day year- ,
For the visionaries with the ideas were the Gene Andrews and Joe Cowling I pleted. I "The Courtesy club" announcing that he would.1
r i gave their lives. We are more apt same kind of people] -little guys trying to Lazenby are taking violin lesson II I own pocket, pay a cash prize of $10 each to the moslous

r to think of it as a struggle to preserve our get ahead, little guys trying to build and *. Mrs. M. B. Jones accompaniedher girl in Saline county, Mo. The contest waif
own comforts and to protect the future of The farmers in our communityare daughter. Miss Ruth Jones throughout the year.
create. And some of them went from last week Miss
to Washington
our children. busy turning land distributing The club was to be open to all boys and girls,
shacks to mansions in a year or two, and a Jones has been transferred from
: fertilizer planting Irish pota- the ages of 10 and 18. There would be five judgesto
tradition is the air base In Tallahassee to the
the American
But actually two later back in the shacks toe sand other that, are to
r year or were crops office of the Air CorpsIn keep watch over the children, In their work and J
something bigger than any of us-some- starting again. They always started again.It be planted at this time. E. A. personnel Washington where she will be play as well as at school and on the streets.

thing that was built up at tremendous sac- was in their blood, their bone, their char- I.Sapp potatoes.has planted S. L. Crews S acres Is of goingto Irish employed as senior typlt't. But no :judge was to know who the other judgi

% rifice by generations of hardy souls who acter. The little guys didn't give up. _plant three acres on February Mrs. C. D. Carradine of Jack- Each was to function separately and keep notes d
nation sonville Is visiting her son, F. R. In November he called them together, to d
that
; W worked and fought to prove a 14. year.
All of this is monument to
country a Cariadlne here this week. Mrs. had had for
and winner. But the judges help,
O. E.
rt could be "conceived in liberty and dedicated Mr. and Mrs. Crosby every
n the little guy. All of our industries, our children attended church servicesat Carradine Is the widow of the teacher and club president was given a score cardj

to the proposition that all men are created farms, our homes, our resources-the little Corinth Sunday.Mr. late Dr. Carradine who practicedIn quested to hand in notes and memos to be use:

equal." guys did the work. They went into the oil and Mrs. G. W. Andrews Mr.this and vicinity.Mr. M. B. Plummer judges. Thus with all the material before them,?

"' At times in our recent history it has fields and brought out the black gold. They Guy received, stating a letter that from he was their being son, were visiting their daughter, Mrs.J. own personal observation, the judges made theirI 4

looked as though the hard work was done- dug in the earth and gave us our coal and transferred to Washington, D. C. E. Shuford, In Jacksonvillelast the United would States.like to see And other how courtesy much needed clubs is spring]just
week-end.
that the nation our forefathers conceivedhad metals. A few became famous but the Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johns
W. C. Wooten was attending to ordinary everyday courtesyl! It takes only a i rno
have moved from their home,
been completed and we of the present millions remained unknown. They worked known as the old Adkins-Turner business in Jacksonville last week. may warm a heart all day.so .

generation could sit back and enjoy the and died in obscurity, but this country is an place to Starke. Mrs. J. C. Cone, Mrs. L. Green
fruits of freedom without further Mr. and Mrs Alvin Kite and and Mis. M. O. Harrell of
struggle.But everlasting monument t o their deathless Brooker were visiting Mis. Bill as to accommodate a larger capacity of the audit*
that is not to be. Our freedom hasp spirit which lives on. children spent Saturday night Plummer last Tuesday. Sunday School as well as greater arranging the seats,
with Mrs. Kite's parents, Mr. and
numbers at the worship services.
again been threatened and we, as Ameri- That is the ideal] we Americans must Mrs., R. J. Turner. They have added three adult class Office Sup p !Ilex.

cans, are once more called upon to protect always keep in mind-America must be a Mrs. Rosa PInholster of Brooker Large Hen Eggs rooms and enlarged the seating County Telegraph.
i it with our lives. Once again we must was the week-end guest of her' .
where the little is
place king. Free
guy niece, Mrs. Floyd Wiggins.Mr. tit. L. Johns merchant of New II" .
'A prove to another challenger that "the government enterprise is the little guy's kind of enter- and Mrs. Rudolph Andrewshad River who raises eggs for the FUNERAL DIRECTOR

ih of the people, by the people, for prise he can go into any business he as week-end guests Mrs. An- market a s a side-line broughttwo My Many: Year Experience Make It Possible for H*til
drew's" father, T. C. Hazen. and large ones to the Tele-
the people shall not perish from the earth. very
wants, invest his savings in whatever he her brother Corp. Cliff Hazen graph office Monday morning.One EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEBVICI|

wants and lick the competitors to a frazzleif Jr. of Ft. Benning., Ga. of them Mr. Johns said, hasa MODERATE PRICES

Who Is King O/._AmericatThe : he is, able to: 'The government belongsto Among those on the sick list double yolk while the other DeWITT C. JONES
Little GUll'l. this week ares Rublna Kerce, has a hard egg Inside of the large Starke, Florida
him-he
doe i'tJ elong to the
govern- Bobby and John Die Frances shell. Howdoeshq know? Why -
What distinguishes this country from ment. The little,.guy made America, and Crews Margie. Moody and baby he improvised a special methodof

other great nations of the world? There are today he is perpetuating America. And to- Helen Kelly,,"Mrs. Bell Johns Is candling them-be cut a hole
Is' etlll under the doctor's care, but In a cigar box, placed the egg in mD
many possible answers to that question. And morrow he must be the symbol of America, hI up and around. the hole and a flashlight under- -

{. here's one of the best: "The United States too.I M. G. Dennis of Fort White Is neath."I .
I e
spending this week with his have been raiding: chickens
daughters Mrs. H. T Shepherd for 15 or 16 years" said Mr.

:I' THIS WEEK IN THE WAR and Mrs." E. C. Priest.R. Johns. "I get from one to three
I!! J. Turner and family are double yolks every week but this
putting out fertilizer on their the second egg inside of an eggI
(A summary of Information on the Important development of .the
n week, made available by official sources In the Office of Government well-tractored fields in preparation ever found." He has about 250
1! HvpurtH Washington, D., C.) for planting string beans laying hens.Dlflhodlst. ,.
let -
s MORE: PILOTS WANTKD occupied Marshall and Gilbert Islands because there Is a mounting de- English peas and Irish potatoes.TIIERESSA .
A Navy aviation training 'program many fleet auxiliaries, two mand for skilled workers. Gen. Church !'

designed to develop 30,000 transports" and "probably" a third Hershey said a plan has been proponed -
i of the toughest'pilots- In the and an enemy warship torpedoed. for allowances and allotments By M.... II. D. May Services at the Church Next =-
world annually for the Navy and U. S. losses were 13 planes, two to release for induction Sunday will be: -
Mrs Louts
Marine Corps will be Kahr of Earlton Church School 10 A, M.:
put Into operation tankers and two freighters The many registrants now deferredon and
Mrs.
Robert Dodd
and chil-
p by May 1. Navy Secretary Navy and Marine Corps reported grounds of dependency. In dren of Mldlakes Morning Worship 11 o'clock.
I Knox announced. Applications 1,204 officers and men mlastng or World War 1, he said paymentsup relatives here were visiting Sermon Subject: "Man's' Eternal
Monday afternoon. "
t Quest For God.
prisoners of war. The House to
accepted. $50 a month were ,made.
Patsy Ruth and Bobby Hall of Youth Fellowship Meeting 7:00:
passed and vent to the Senate a He said no figures will be Isnued Starke
high school youth to aid the Navy bill to continue the pay of per on the number of men who register with their spent the week-end here P. M.
by producing 500.000 a I Ire r af sons In the armed forces and civilian February 1$. Truman cousins. Grace and Evening Worship 8:00 P. M.
models of 50 different types of employees of the War and Dickinson. Sermon Subject: "The Ideals Of
t
fighting planea to be used In air- Navy for a year after reported CIVILIAN DEFENSE Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Milllken Christ The Law Of Life."

craft recognition and range estimation missing, captured or Interned. The Senate passed and sent to and children of Ocala were guests Prayer Service Wednesday 8:00:
of
In gunnery practice and I the House a bill to create a $1000.000.000 ,- relatives here Sunday.Mrs. P. M.
for training civilians. In aircraft NAVY EXPANDINGCongress fund to compensate Clyde Hall was in Starke A cordial welcome to all ser- f _

'+ recognition The Office of Civilian passed the largest ap- American property owners for Thursday on business. vices at the Church.
w Defense Invited college fly- propratlon bill In history of near- war damages. The fund would Mr. and Mrs I* J. Wynn of O. C. Powell Pastor.
'
1t.. era and aviation enthusiasts to ly $24 billion In direct cash appropriations compensate for losses other than Hampton were dinner guests of
participate In the. Civilian Air and $4 billion In con- life or personal Injury to the ex- Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May Sunday. Attends NCCS Institute
Patrol which la seeking to enlist tract authorizations for the Navy tent of 15000. OCD Executive Thornton Johns and childrenand

90,000 civilian pilots. Sixteen I The Navy said 100,000 men Landls announced cities In target Mrs. Wilmer Holtzendorf of :S. A. May director of the
K t yearn Is the minimum havo enlisted areas will not be Hampton spent last Friday here
age for enrollment since the attack on required to sub- with Mrs NCCS Club in Starke spent several -
k1 for ground 'service and Pearl Harbor, and the Marine mit requisitions for protective Johns' mother Mrs. days In Washington, D. C.
Lydia Hall.
18 for flight duty. The Civil Corps has passed the 100,000manmark equipment Including gas masks where be attended an NCCS Insti-
i 4d, Aeronautics A d m Inlstratlon reported in fleets and men, both and auxiliary fire-fighting equip- tice Mrs.\ Roundtree J. S. Hall and Miss Myr- tute at the School of Social Ser- IrJveiYelhnPar;
} a 60 percent increase In reserves and regu"rs. Three ment to be provided by $100 mil of Starke visited vice.
private flying during 1941. regulars. Three destroyers and lion of Federal funds. He said relatives here recently.We .
one battleshIp were launched and the equipment would be allocatedto were saddened by the deathof
TUB Cen.WAIl FRONT two more destroyers and one the various areas according to Dr. Z. Brantly of Grandin last Baptist EnlargingThe More than 800.000 tons of potash mate
MacArthur's troops In the cruiser will be launched on Lln- their likelihood of attack vulner- Friday. Many people will miss
Philippines repulsed continuous coln's birthday ability and present equipment. him as he was a good doctor and Starke Baptist Church has rials for fertilizer use left American mines
attacks by the enemy through a friend to the sick and poor had Een Hall contractor, re-
out the week. Enemy losses during SELECTIVE SERVICE CIVILIAN SUPPLY alike. model the interior of the building and refineries last year for farming areas
t the week Included 11 Price Administrator Henderson Rev. Jones of -
planes Selective Service Director Her- Jacksonville filled *
e
i N l' plus an undetermined number destroyed shey asked local draft boards to announced rationing of new passenger his regular appointment here Sat- NOTICEIn where soil deficiency of potash-an
t' In the air and* on the aid deferment of apprentices Inessential autos to eligible users will urday and Sunday. accordance with Section 19. sential food-Is pro-
plant limiting crop
not begin before Chapter 1, Compiled General
ground In
an attack on Japanese- war production trades February 26 Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May and
4, and delivery of cars purchased little sons. Billy and Spencer of Laws of Florida Acts of 1930.I 'duction. About two-thirds of this tonnage
but not delivered will be at the following named
before
the Gov-
9: \V.T.CLUTEREALTORF. ernment froze all sales will be- Mrs.Hampton H. D.were May guests Sunday of Mr evening.and places on the days and dates was in the form of muriate of potash(6063a

gin February 12. The WPB Food stated herein for the purpose ofreceivin&
H. A. LOANSWe
Supply Branch asked sugar retailers -' BABY RUTH COOKIES Tax Returns; also ap- KiO). a form highly concentrated

want the listing on your property to take care of small Industrial 1-2 cup butter or other short plications for Homestead Exemp- to reduce the Farmer's fertilize1
We have some wonderful properties for sale users who have bought ening. tions.

n See us about your Real Estate Needs sugar from them in the past so Scup 1 white sugar Theressa Post Office-Tuesday, freight bill. Immediately upon the out
they can conduct business KK. February 24,-from 9 to 10:00
'' 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 minimum basis. The OPA on Consumer a- 1 1-3 cup flour. o'clock A. M.lIampton. break of war In 1939 the America

Division said wool products 1-2 teaspoon'soda. Saxon' Store-Tues-
e sold during the emergency 1-2 teaspoon salt.- day. February 24, from 10:30 to Potash Industry began_a rapldlncre0S8in

still must carry a label telling 1-2 teaspoon vanilla. 11:30 A. M.Graham production capacity. This expansfc
the fiber content of the article. 2 Baby Ruth bars cut In small Post Office: Wednesday
Prompt Service Careful Drivers RADIO PRICES pieces. February 25, from 8 to 9:00 program is still 'continuing to meet the
SOT Cream butter and sugar until o'clock A. M.
Price Administrator Henderson smooth. Beat in eggs. Stir In Brooker. Post Office Wednesday demands for increased food productioDFOOD

Starke Taxi ServiceLocally set celling,' prices radloe for and electric all tubes phonographs by other half ingredients.teaspoonfuls Chill on and greased drop 10:30. February A. M. 25 from 9:30: to for VICTORY.

and parts at the levels 'of last cookie sheet. Bake In a"moderately New River Post Office. Wednesday -
Owned and Opeated October 15. He also set celling hot oven ((375 degrees F.) February 25 from 11:00to
prices for
washing machines for( -
and 10-12 minute Makes 50 11:30 A. M.
', Ironers. Wholesale and retail cookies. To make a bar Lawtey
Phone 150 cookie Drug Store Thursday
autos prices were set for passenger bake dough In an 8x12 inch cake February 26 from 9:00 to JOOO AMERICAN POTASH INC.
under INSTITUTE
the
Day rationing pro- pan at 373 degrees F. for 15-20 A. M. ,
Night gram. Including a minutes. '
provision to
compensate dealers for Into Cool slightly and cut Respectfully, 1133.16th St. N. W. 'WASHINGTON. D- C.1'AGIu -
-...... -- expense storage I bars. E. W. Hayes, Tax Assessor,
i -Miss Ida Hagan. 2.13 2t 2-20 Bradford County.



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BRCARY IS. 1941 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDA PACK TiniER '


renron could be that we hit such Automobile Burns nuts fIIMIF.DVLE o .

swell harmony Of course Elmer [Aa.. Stark:Nertaeo..d_ J:08 A, M.
School Journal was there with his tune and the Leave Stark -- -- J-JS, A. M. t,
[High Last Saturday morning at 1.45:s !.nays :- 1.50 I': M:
Chattanooga Choo-Choo, c h o orhooed Leavs sis: .-_._ 1:45: ; M: I
o'clock a 1939 Chevrolet coach Leave Stark __ 8:85: N.leave 1
us right Into a Spanish '
Stark 11\11 P. M. '
-
M H. -
to -- -
belonging Halllwanger
translation Leave Ntarke ________ 11:110: P. M. !
Katy Did. turned over and burned up near Leave Stark ___.._.. 10:1(1( P. M. -

JRI.\L STAFFdltorInChlef Girls' Team Wins Odds And Ends j i How To Recognize the Alligator Clock. bridge on Leave. Stark..,;;.;-e..i11220; ; P.1.. l

Stark __ ____ 11:011: A. U.Leave .
| 40-6 Over Y.W.H.A.The Certain PeopleBuck Sixth Grade News6K Road 28 according to Leo Wit- L..av.Leave Stark --____-__ 10:80 A. M. I
forte Thompson If the seniors seem to bo in an Stark __ _____ 8:20: P. M.Leave .
Llal Reporters extremely happy mood this week. kovskl, special police officer In- Stark ____. -_ 11:20: P. M.
Bradford High girls' basketball McMillan with his new l..eve Mark ______ 8:110: P. M.
IIcoX, Margie Mathews, team took the InitiativeIn It Is not because graduation Is hair cut.Jacqueline. We have finished our mural vestigating the case According I Leave Stark _u_______ 1:10: P. M.Ba.tbovne .
Green near, but because they are really to Mr Wltkovskl, the car was :
orothY the first quarter of the game Andrews and her en- about the Middle Ages. r.eave Stark. _, _______ 250: A. M.
Jfecjal Features by scoring 22 points to Jackson- going to have an annual with all gagement ring. The pupils of our room sue coming from toward Keystone Leave Stark _-____, __ 8:110: A. M.
Futch Joe the trimmings. Tribute shouldbe Leave Stark ________ 11:30: P. M.
Ived. Ovid ville's 1. Galney took the lead Iretta Brannen by the ring she selling candy to make money to Heights on a wet road, and whenIt Leave btark ____n__ Toe P. M.Leave .

T Lander for B.' H. S. with twelve points; paid to work Enos on Hayes it. He for has hisunendlng a wears on her middle finger buy books. We have sold several I hit the bridge It began skidding Stark"g... 6:20: A. M.
inlor Reporters Kalch following up with six. In Basketball player b y their dollars worth already. ITaIt.hasa.. Special) "" '
Is. Nina Bishop, Edna the second quarter B. H. S. still crew of co-workers too, who have flashing bright suits. Dilly Smith turned over and the gas Leave Stark' __,____ 1':45: P. M.
helped In the collecting of the tank exploded burning up the car. r..v. Stark ___ ___. {:-JO P. M.
Edwardspatsy had the Initiative, leading 32 to material. Jewell Carter by wearing yel- Mr. Haltwanger was treated Lwavs Stark ....... J: ) P. M.Stark '
___ Roberts 2; Kalch making eight points. At Andrews They are Jacqueline low so much. 2nd Grade StoriesThe for minor lacerations and bruises Leave _..-.-- 1t:15: P. Jot, 1 r I
Parker Patsy Roberts and Tallahassee Special)
"_ Mae the end of the third quarter B. The cheer leader by their ( -. ..
,
Margie Mathews with Miss .
/ "LI Buddy Davis H. S. had 38 to 6 and,at the end white sweaters and their letter class has Just made Individual k
__3_H Douglas Hazen of the game B. H. S. was still in Stump as official arranger, when Lorene Moncrief with her beautiful heart-shaped valentine boxes. .1

tal Features the lead with the score of 40 to 6, the tire pictures senior clasa were wishes taken. to The thank en- : black hair. We are making valentines, silhouettes SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! ;,

layer Joe Lander due to the good playing of the Margie Mathews with that everlasting of Lincoln and Washington -
these people for their Interest and
nlor Reportersfrig guards-Brannen, Brown, Crews, smile. and writing stories of the I
Nina Bishop, Shir- Starling, and Beam-who kept Y. work people on would this undertake.I big job, which. few Enos Hayes by his big mouth. famous men who were born in AND ECONOMICAL :

I Marjorie Grader, Edna W. H. A., from making but one Phyllis Hazen and her pretty February.We .
E v a field McMillan hear a rumor that the Juniors little valentine
Martha Markey goal. and Pad- red curls. are teaming songs i
I Gainey gett as forwards, made two have selected a play, "Grow- George Flynn and "Mutt" Jones and a George Washington song. RIDE THE BUSSES ,

I Girl's Sports points) each. ing Pains." I got a gllmpec of with their very unusual drag.
the script, and it really Is a riot Courteous Correct Information
Opal PeeleJIHRMONY All the girls made very great Cleo Norman with those beau- GUM BRANCH ,
Mrs. and Miss
Wainwright '
Spark-
Improvements over the tiful bonnie blue eyes. .. '
previous 111' Edd PanfeltLINDl
games and the team looked man act as if they have big plansin Marcia Sparkman and her willingness By Given You At .
very
al stunning in their new purple and mind, but they won't peep a / to help others. LOU NORMAN
word. I imagine it will burst out UNION BUS STATION '
gold Suits The Y. W. H. A. team Claudia Brown and her flashingred Mr and Mrs Leroy Normanare
wore white suits. some of these days though and jacket. announcing the birth of a .

In school life as well when it does, be prepared for a daughter, Linda Lou, on Wednesday I
The next game, which will be
huge laugh.
:
high achieve- February 4.
Ms a very with Green Cove Springs, la Senior BiographiesSYLVIA
achieved. Miss
Jt can be truly Fernandez' English four
lord for !It may be con- scheduled for Friday, February clara!! is taking up the works of I' MORSE Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Andersonof
20 and U to be played here. Keep Lawtey were guests of the lat-
-but har- some writers of the 18th centuryand
Cooperation of up the good work girls and come Sylvia Morse was born on July ter'! mother, Mrs. H. H. Keene, ATTENTION !
result them is William
fea as a among
more through with flying colors. We 22, 1924, in Weston, Mass. When .
L of course variety Is Wordsworth, who was for the Wednesday.Mr.
she was a old her parents
know now that you can do it! year and Mrs T. N. Norman and
[spice of life, but nearly democratic way of life. From moved to Florida and settled In '
I that some one of his great literary works, children Dorothy and Gerald,
will agree Barberville. She spent all of her ;
Is necessary and some- Eighth Grade News The Prelude, comes this 1 poem life except for eight months In were dinner guests of Mrs. Norman's FARMERS-, ,

e a bit of it Is needed ailed, "There Was A Boy." In Ocala and Barberville until 'she brother-in-law and sister, 1 .r

llred result is obtained 8-1 his poem these lines impress me moved near Lake Geneva in Sep- Mr. and Mr. L. A. Crosby, of ( I
We are studying gardening in to the idea of them for ,Rising Sunday.
rewriting
fy- tember, 1940. There she and her t
Mrs. Leila Parrish spent the HAVE YOUR PLOWS AND MOWING
the pieces muster our science class, now and enjoyIt you to read. -many a time brother attended Melroae High
-nchinery "
week-end with Mrs. R. L. Cle- "
very much. At evening when the earliest School In 1941 she
| correctly If theyIn June. got mons of Hellbronn.
NOW
school life teachers We are glad to have Helen stars began, what she bad been wanting when MACHINES REPAIRED
Mrs. H. H. Keene spent Tuesday -
i must work together Ifto Prince in our room. To move along the edges of the they moved to Starke. in Jacksonville with relatives. 1.

work well.a Evelyn New ome. hills, She says that she is enjoying w

Using or setting, would he stand American history more than any
result of harmony,1 8-A Mrs. W, C. Clemons spent Sun-
alone other in school this
subject high Stock Of Parts
in see when you view Jacksonville with her We Have A Complete
In in
We have another new pupil Beneath the trees or by the glim- rear. From her typing grades it day son-
lets of the world that she Is Town- in-law and daughter, Mr, and \
our room; Dorothy "
mering lake appears to her that she was not ;
ringing peace to man- send, from AlbertvHle Ala. We The newly installed "war time" cut out to be a typist! Mre. Q. C. Hatter. On Hand Now, But May Not Be

Wever peace can be ob- are glad to have her and hope has done Its bit for messing up Her main dislikes are salads Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stewart "

j a small way by unity that she Is glad to be with us. some of the high school student's and conceited boys; her main dislikes and family were dinner guests of Able To Get New Stock In The Near :

Ibillty of people to work The patrolmen of Bradford routine work. Dot Green arrivedat are ice cream, cats, and Mr. and Mrs. John Clemens of

pn an atmosphere ofjve High are doing their bit In "lick- school at eight o'clock and friendly girls. She prefers to Hellbronn Sunday.Mr. Future.BradfordHardwareCo.. ,0,

and take" which iskd Ing the Japs" by buying Defense just waited for the doors to open.In upend her time with, a. novel anda and Mrs. Raleigh Conner
by thoughtfulness oft Stamps. The commander ia Floyd I of Starke were
fact she was still unsettled by cheese sandwich. and family near
] for each other. Green, from our home room. relatives In this section J
fourth period, because she trip- Soon after she graduates she visiting .
We were all anxious to see our ped Into her fifth period class hopes to enter a Nurse's Training Sunday afternoon.

ID OF THANKS report ,cards.In very much off schedule, to be Hospital so that she can learn Mr and Mrs. Roy Clemons and :

| William Parker: our science class we are exact one hour. Well, let's stick I more about helping suffering hu- daughters, Betty Jean and Connie

as memory lives we, writing letters to the Agricul- with it and it will prove to be manity.We Marie, spent Sunday with Mr. 'I; :

class, shall remember tural Experiment Station. Each better as we get used to it, but the Seniors, do not wantto and Mrs. E. W Parrlah of Hell ,I", ,

tour kindness and Inter- of ,the letters was read in class as Dot says it is the getting usedto throw cold water on your ca- bronn. f
:
] and In our school. Wet by Mrs. Ingwalson. Bernice it that hurts. Another mix- reer, but we sincerely hope that J. B. CARLISLE, Owner Starke, Fla. ;1' :

| every patron would Cooper's letter was) chosen as the ed up affair was this matter of there are not very many of our STENOGKArilElfiS' N O T E! ,: I IrrMf ,

interest In our schoolchildren best. I.know that she la awfully you favorite radio I programs.This wounded boys that you will have PADS- Ilk each-IIRAUFOKU : '

e that you have proud of it. Who! wouldn't be? morning was the first time to nurse. In fact, we hope there COUNTY TELl:GltArll. ..,,. ..'. I ,\

Dorothy Mott. I had missed the "Border Riders"In neverl* are any:. v ;
a long time Just because the T \ r
you very much for I 1 M. 8-P :
President made them set their FREEMAN REGIS EK, JK.
,
| favor that you did forMng We are glad that we won the clocks up one hour. Speaking of: j .A i '

the nice Defenseart. basketball game Wednesday night. the "Border Riders," I heard they The next of our dignified ( ?) [
We all like It Jn our science class we are made hit with Miss Seniors to "come acros.." with his
quite a Stump;
h.l studying early man and his life and Idalou Davis Friday night. biography is Starke's own Freeman n-s .-

ny time we can return and habits. We are sorry to lose one of our Register, Jr., born in 1924. / 'ii
.
Ir, we shall be too glad The, eighth grade had photographs fair senior boys to the Universityof He fays he was born here, has ii i-

made Thursday afternoonto Florida.:: Yes, Douglas Hazen always lived here and expects1 to .. 4s ;

I thank you again In deep be put in the annual. has already started his career In die here. Must love the place, + I r ,
on for Hazel Fields hub T Or Is it the people that live '
[ your kindness. the educational world. We surelydo !
orls Gwendolyn Hodges, miss him, but hope he Is com- fce-.e? Well, ca \'t ny that we -

ecretary 10-3. "What Is that I smell?" Inquired ing through with flying colors. blame! him. .

the lady from the city as she Well, will see you In the next, One remcmbe'ti Freeman for !

I at Frank's: "How would sniffed the country air."That's that l Is If I can ever get my time his: ability to p'ay the drum. It's : %:
answered I the a.most; Impossible to think of tho
[your eggs served, sir? fertilizer, straightened out and get stalled 1
.: "Is there any differ- farmer. on time.Flash. band or a fo'iibv' !! game without i ,
him there to "boim", out hilt bur-
rice?" "For land's sake!" exclaimedthe
raIl when the homo team makes 1 1I 1I
: "None "
whatever, sir lady. Scoop!
'Then serve It on a thick "Yes, ma'am," assented the a touchdown.
Freeman's likes are KlrU. lel-
am
farmer. Have you been wondering why 1 earls, brunettes, or blondes -Itdoesn't

your picture was being ,taken? matter to him just as longas
Just wait a few more months or I
there's girls around. He claims ,
INCLAIR PRODUCTS weeks and see. he knew one girl who passed

If you haven't paid that dollar through all three classes! red- I4IifIiJI1I7Iit11

Gasoline Oils and Fuels down on your annual, for goodness head, brunette, and blonde. She h,
,
sakes hurry. It's Just a must have been a wow! He .., .
liEN YOU HEATING dollar down and a dollar when doesn't "
NEED FUELS FOR have any dislikes In par-
GIVE US A RING WE DELIVERH. you get it. Don't worry, this ticular unless it's English. Even
annual is going to be SWELL. in this case, however, he likes 2i

Now you know you'll want to I the ,teacher, who happens to bea ; .
remember all the seniors. You his he collects is
E. woman. For hobby 1eE
TUCKER, Agent -.. may never get to see some of novelty pins for his car., He -

For Sinclair Refining Co. them again. You'll never regretthe has the Inside covered now and I.
two dollars for this s
you pay If many more are added I don't. ji

j Phone 158 Starke, FJa.SMITH'S annual. know how he'll manage to see I
The group of annual staffers around them to drive. lie also

are working their heads off so likes to go to church on Sunday.A .
the annual Is bound be
to nothingbut
very patriotic fellow is Free-
good. man In his favorite colors-red, 4.
r Well, I'm about worked
t1' up white, and blue-and In his motto -
I over working up the annaul so I -Murder 'dem Japs! Three

e guess I'll stop. cheers for him there. His fav-
Bee you In the next.
Ser-
orite songs are "Moonlight
enade" and "I Ain't Got No- I,
MORE DE.\B TO ME body." I,

I'll ling, sing while the min Rita Hayworth Is the actresshe ;
likes best and the person he 'j ;
utes are flying.
Do Your Trading I'll laugh, laugh, when I mightbe would like to meet l I. Hitler-face .
to face. Freeman declares the

where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware arertificat Far: far sighing.on that snow-peaked ,blow he would deal out here Coca-Cola got where It is by 1 ne is:

given away with every $40 in trade mountain I would be much harder than any I

beneath, beneath Is a cool run- he' ever used on his drum. itself. a soft drink ';::; '
being ,
n Redeemed ning fountain; By the way. he predicts that just ;

I While nearhere that wooded !In three more years B. H. S. will .
; GARAGE eSTARKE. n / ,, .;
glen have one of the biggest and best I delightfully delicious and refreshing ", "

FLORIDA Builds, build, a little, brown bands in the state. We sure hope I 'r ",
he's right.
wren.
I'll climb, climb that olden .stile The most exciting experiencehe in its own bottle. '. I

AnJ smile, smile, smile, the while expects to have will be grad- "
After completing his '"
uation.
The World's News Seen' Through'liE For sweet, 'sweet, unto my heart who have experienced 1
I* every, every, little part course of studies here he expectsto Those j ,
1
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR That mates this land mjra. dear go Into the gasoline business ;
and carry on with that "Good
its : lj
welcome
International Daily NewlpperTeodtfalCoestnteti.UablredFoe to ire. Gulf." The best of luck to you its refreshment 4 :'

from s.-Iioaod-. I'll try. try a 81 the days go by from the-Senior class Freeman. 1

-Editorial Are Tim.!*. and InMructiT and lee D.Uyture. To work, work, with spirits high. sparkling taste-its quality .- "' I II
dean
., Togathe with the Weekly. Ma K iM Section, Make I'll play play, in the golden sun These Dignified .3' 5, I '.i
Monitor ma Ideal New.pap* for the Horn Is the day's
When welL well
The Christian Science- Publishing Society work done. Juniors of genuine goodness. They ,i ''f

_One, Norway Street Boston Mawtthiuett I'll cry- cry, with sheer delight noises You trust its qualityiOTTUO '::1, / .1

Price J12OO Yearly 01' $1.00 a Month. When I have done a good thing Perhaps you heard queer L I "
Saturday IUIM, including Magazine Section, *2.60. Y..r. rigb. Issuing from the Spanish room want .2-real thing always. ',' -

Introductory Offer', 6 Saturday IMUM 2J Ctnt But If I fell .In a "tUc thing fourth period r The teacher was er .. : its

.*t..___n_______n. .. M. And memory ben i. wrought to absent and what a,went marvelous having COCA-COLA COMPANY it .
rtttg time these1 Juniors UNOII AtMHOilft Of INS '"i' ,i

Twill only be-to make the good fin their own sweet, quiet way). STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. i

SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST more dear to me.Catherine. "You Are My Sunshine" wa the ;
Noolman most enticing song of all. The 1-k:



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FRIDAY FE ltU
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARIn, FLORIDA '
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loned with tight bodices and full Royal Service ProgramOf ond visit Mr. HOIJlnSWOflla
Miss Jane Ley Smith ;

IDIL SOCIETY and CLUBS Decomes.Dride. skirts.Lt... Chapman's best man was Baptist W. M. S. made weeks.there within the tWIt u\:

Of Lt. ChapmanThe The regular Royal Service The Government
of Rockford
-
Capt. Julie F. Bendt of the Baptist W. M. S. has *?
D. C. Enjoys Meeting Mrs. Long Honored marriage of Lt Robert III., and the guard of honor was program held In the Church Annex the contract for a new $2900.1

Home of Mrs. Smith By Members Singleton Chapman U. S. Army and ushers were: Lt. John H. Monday afternoon, with 19 members army camp at Daleville at I

Of Afternoon Club formerly of Raiford and Miss Thornton, Rockford Ill; Capt.E. present.In of around 6,800 population 1
Of The W. T. Weeks "Chapter U. D. absence of the Pre l. Holllngsworth "
Jane Ley Smith of Orlando was McHenry., Chicago, 111.; Lt. the stated!, and be
met Wednesday afternoon, Mr*'. O. L. Beasley entertained dent' Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs. I* already opened up his
.e the home of Mrs. solemnized Saturday February George J. Holly Jr., Elizabeth- new
at the Afternoon Bridge Club on Q. Powell conducted the devotional division within the
o M. Smith the hostesses North 7. at 8 P. M. in the 108th Quar- ton. Tenn.; Lt. William T. Todd reading from Genesis and limits of the city. The cO'POrt
.; Mrs Smith, Mrs J. E. Friday at her home on termaster Chapel Camp Forest Rockford 111.; Lt. James J. Acts. :Mrs. W J. Epperson led in acreage cost around car,,
?t,i Mr Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Mrs. Walnut St.. which was made Fullahoma Tenn. Chaplain I Brown Montgomery, HI.; Lt. LeoJ. 25,000,

64 a L. Wall and Mrs. S. E. more attractive with bowls and Decker. U. S. Army performedthe Mistak. Cincinnati Ohio. prayer.The following program directedby said.Mr.. Longacre and

j 1 vases of narcissi" gladioli and ceremony In the presence officers of After the beautiful dpuble ring Mrs. R. L. Kemp a memberof bought a lot at Dalevllle Loverin i
The decoration used for the camellias.The the families, regimental ceremony the happy couple pass the Program Committee of put up immediately and

room were U. S. and Con- honor at this pretty and their wives. ed from the altar under an arch Circle Four was presented, on block building 25 x 50 a COnao
guest when
of flags and potted plants. affair was Mrs T. T. Long who The chapel was beautifully decorated of sabers held aloft by the guardof the theme "Honesty": will manufacture and
the meeting was presided over with potted ferns palms honor and went immediatelyto Introduction Kemp sell
will soon leave here to be with beer Mr.. H o 11 i ngsworth .
h tho provident Mrs. O. W. T. T. Long and baskets of cut flowers.Before a dinner given the bridal Piano solo-Saleta Sparks. Ben Suslow' has also ,
her husband Capt.
in and waa opened with the .bridal party entered. attendeda and Stewardship"Mrs. bough
there
From they
"Honesty lot.
Een- party. adjoining them
Fort
at
who is stationed and ;
by the Chaplain Mr. A. Miss Futch sang one ,of the recreation hall. win
dance In the G. W. Alderman.
Ga. The members; of the up an army store.
ning
Darby. The dime defense do- club Mrs. Long: a handsome bride's own compositions entitled The, bride changed Into a lovely "These are Honest"-Mrs. C. J.
amounted to $219, which presented "Sweethearts" and nuptial music suit of blue wool, with a blue fox Powell.
token of
hostess-tray, as a Drink Stand
I be used to purchased de esteem. waa rendered by the organist of collar with which she used blue Vocal Duet "Ust to the Voice Moves

stamps and later .a bond. their,high the postePreceding accessories and wore a corsage of the Savior" -; Mrs. Frances Barney Slsson, the
Mrs. L A. Davis President of After several progressions of the dainty bride who of pink carnations. Moyer and Mrs. L. G. Powell. pop-corn man In weU-k
A Florida Division U. D. C.. re- bridge it was found that Mrs. K. in marriage by her Youth in Honesty" the
was given "Training West Call
G. Duncan had made high and as They soon left for a wedding street Is movtajl
on her recent visit to book father, the guard of honor rangedon trip to the country home of Lt. Mrs. L. G. Gallant. business just across the atnctl
she given a
a prize was "
to be at the
present aisle fol.
both sides of the mother at Fairfield, Hymns-By the congregation. the vacant lot
of defense stamps Mrs. J. W. Chapman's adjoining the 1'Ii
of the Judab P. Ben and
mald-of-honor
lowed by the and Benediction-Mrs.
Tenn. Prayer graph office. '
marker she also visited St. Brownlee was presented a box of
; bridesmaids. The bride was a
t 1 k and attended the ex- dusting powder as a guest prize; picture of lovllness tn a formal The bride is a daughter of W. B. Alexander. It Is rumored-a wee bit i
and Mrs. D. P, won and Mrs. Frank A. Smithof than a
.. honoring the birthday an Carpenter of Ivory satin fashioned Judge Baptist Circles rumor-that the
+ of ary of Robert E. Lee. I the bingo prize which was a'' with gown long, fitted bodice with Orlando. She was graduatedfrom dolphs of Miami who own!
During the histories period, box of stationary. sweetheart neckline and long Stetson University last June Baptist W. M. S. Circles wUl vacated lot, are going to (
t tor Olive Ray gave a sketch of The hostess served a tempting pointed sleeves. Her veil worn and is director of music in the meet next week as follows: a building which will house
1 4 and life of Sidney Lanler the chicken salad course to the following with a tiara of pearls and rhinestones public schools of Madison. She No. Monday afternoon with small stores. R. H. Mam]

t! tie Southern poet whose one guests: Mrs. A. Z. Ad- reached to the tip of her and her attendants were all members Mrs. C. A, Knight.No. Son contractors are ex? J
birthday anniversary kins Mrs. J. W. Andrews Mrs. full-trained skirt. She wore a of the Delta Delta Delta Monday afternoon with to be awarded the contract ]
:? February 31. Mrs. Luther O. Ethel M. Biggs, Mra D. P. Carpenter necklace of pearls and her flowers sorority.Lt. Mrs. R. 'A Green. were to have a conference <11:

I read the beautiful I Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, Mrs. were a shower bouquet of Chapman Is the second son No. 3 and Tuesday afternoon the Randolphs just about a,
of Glynn," one of La- ,T. T. Long Mrs. Tom Slade of white carnations and narcissi. of L.> F. Chapman superintendent 2:30: o'clock with Mrs. L. time yesterday. Next weeki J
ay, of '. best-loved poems. Baxley Ga., Mrs. K. Q. Duncan Miss Margaret Smith a sister of the State Prison Farm G. Gallant. sue of the Telegraph will

4 f and The George Washington motif Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. W B. of the bride was mald-of-honor and Mrs. Chapman, and was carry a full story of the i
ff The carried out in every detail Sewell Mrs. Eugene Jones Mrs. ,and was gowned In gold-colored graduated last June from theUniversity Starke Men Buy action and new building p

t, sla the refreshment course -Sand- Stuart of Melrose, Mrs. L. D. taffeta. She carried a bouquet of Florida having -
ence. tea,, and Individual cakes Vinlng Mrs. Junius M. Smith, of gold carnations tied with gold four years of R. O. T. C. He Alabama Property Mrs. V. B. Harrell
1 w with cherries were served Mrs. N. Sternberg Mrs. Joe Cottrell satin ribbon. He holds degrees B. S.A., B., and d,
dren
.. the hostesses and the favors an Mrs. James Abernathy. and L. L. D. and belongs to the P. C. HollIngB worth, James Pat- spent Sunday in Jackie:'
Miss Thomas of with \
Caroline Mr.
ray. W. N. Carnaaion and John Harrell. who la 11
CAFE'U. small red hatchetsBesides Selma Ala., and Miss Elizabeth Phi Kappa Tau social fraternity McLaughlin have purchased a ent In Riverside HospitalHarrell'
It the four hostesses, the Mrs. Louise Saxon of Gadsden Futch of Lee burg. bridesmaids, and the Phi Algha Delta large cafe and 1,800 front feet friends are glad

& members were present: Ala.,.Is here visiting. her husband wore; rose ,taffeta with pink carnations honorary legal fraternity.. He has of land on the main highway know that he Is now ablt''
be ., E.- L. Matthews, Mrs. Effle been admitted. __to the bar
Tt who Is stationed at'Cadip'Blanding. tied in''a soft shade of from' Dalevine Ala., to Ozark walk about In his room- for t
a
a used Mr, O. 'L. Haynes, Mrs. While here she is stop- blue and hyacinth taffeta with Ala., F. C. Hollingsworth statedyesterdo.y I erclse and Is making a ran]
Edwards, Mrs L. A. Davis ping at the home of Mr. and Mrs.P. pink carnations tied with orchid Shirley-Faison morning. Mr. Patray able recovery from burns ned
M our A. M. Darby. IDs. E. K,
M. Barefoot. j I ribbon. All fash- while
gowns were formerly of the Magnolia cafe working for the r..
Miss
Mrs A. Z. Adkln, Dorothy Faison formerlyof
} and Mr. of the Blue Ida Light and Power Co.
I -- I G. W. Robert, Mrs. L. G. Moultrie Ga., and James Shirley McLaughlin,
M Miss Madge Middleton formerly of Montgomery, Diamond are in Dalaville. operating DR.
: : Olive Ray, Mrs. I. P. Cody; Carolyn Callstreet Ala., and now stationed at Camp ; the cafe. LEMUEL COLSONJ
the visitors were Mrs. James. ; Blending were married in Lake Mr. Holllngsworlh and Messrs. DENTIST
] Brownlee Mrs. J. R. Hardee Butler by County Judge J. E. Longacre and Loverin, of the; -

Fernandlna Mrs.. A, B. Wal Townsend on February 2. local root beer and novelty place, OFFICE 129 CALL ST.

and Mrs. J. Ernest Jones of The bride was dressed In returned yesterday morning from ADKENS BLDG.
I D. C. My time Is War Time ", the week for Army service with rose, Daleville where they had been
beige
8 1- I Your time Is, old time <. .. Milton Brownlee will be stationed attended accessories and was since Monday. This Is the sec
Miss
by Irene Clements.Mr. -----
: Arrival at Ft. Benning .
Shirley had as his best man
Guess that'H the way Rudy Sgt. Tommy Baker.
and Mrs. V. W. Howard an would sing It If he visMed Call Understand that when the Japs Mr. and Mrs. will make
Shirley
the arrival, of a nine. Street today With half the hit Pearl Harbor they also hit their home In Starke. U/ant to jet nil oft ..S'omaKonayl 1
boy at St. Luke's Hospital town on an' the other:' half off Paul Knight's pocketbook ,
Jacksonville on Monday Feb- life Is gettln' compllcateder and Seems that his most popular
9. Mr. Howard is manager compllcateder u ". Hear Mrs. P. song, "Mani" was Jus' beginningto WSCS To Meet Then become involved in an accident without tain)]

the Starke Coca-Cola M. Barefoot, missed out on a W. bring In the royalties when
.Bottling The Woman's Society of Chris covered by insurance. Protect yourself with goad
M. S. meetln'
and several Rotarians
presto! it was banned ,from, radio tian Service of the -
who've been eatln' breakfast Methodist Automobile and Insurance.
sheet music an' phonograph rer church will meet Monday Accident} tJ .
r 'FAIR CORPS KA TEl by daylight savin' got awful cord sales Seems Paul wrote noon, at three o'clock in after-the d -
empty Inside before their lunch- the music an' the'"fellow_ who Educational
eon was finally served at 1:15: Instead wrote the tropical'lyrics named Number Building. Circle CHARLEY ,E.rJOHNS- Agency
Two Mrs. 'Powell
of the usual 12:15: his heroine "'Maru"" because he chairman, will O. I C. 119 East Call Street 4 Starke, Florida |
School .starts an hour later but liked the sound of the syllables entitled "The present a pageant Telephone ,13R.p..ntlno
Evangel and the
several mothers didn't know it Now It turns out that Maru Cross" after
and sent their tots packln off an is a Japanese word meaning business which the regular THE TRAVELERS. Hartford
hour too early Little Montle meeting will be held.
y "ship", hence the ban Paul
Hutchings was among the latter la gna hII1' his teeth an' tryln; -

{ 'When aroused in the wee to keep his sense of humor .
small hours, she peeped out from Hear Eaton Jordan I* transfer
the cover and sighed: ":"Mama rln' from Ft. Bragg to Camp .

i there isn't a bit of sense to this.I Clalborne La. .
It isn't even daylight yet!" -
39TH FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY SALE
$f
*n...r tot.off his coor..- Well, let's get together folks Ole Bradford grad do defi-
.v Pwh.a ho'.h.. r uk. ..l She nvc go..off the couri Jape, you know that Miriam Guy (or "Denny." ashe's
.. in. saes Knmford-tho reliable
. known at FSWC) attended
powder th.t' been b k nuronco
Police Hull las' Friday was lots Mid-Winter Feb. 2nd
for ova' aigMrearel l FREE Frolics at Sewaneeon Beginning Monday -
bookUt, containing dozens of of fun Most of the fair sex the bid of John Roberts president ,

''f s Addroui Id..Rumford. to Improv Bikini*. low Powder klliq., came the Informally, with several of of S. A. E. Tommy
t Box X,RumlordlUIod.bland. algebra-geography set demon- Dorgey furnished the musical
stratln what appears to be a new background Hear Bertie Here Are A Few Of The Many Bargains On This Sale

... .. .. .... fad of wearin sweaters backward Olson (Mrs. Titus) will do the
1 --, ..... ,. --. y-,_ _+ -buttoned the back .
up Ver'fetchin' honors (fried chicken) at the
Tiny brunette Cath- Methodist
cafeteria
INSTANT SHOE REPAIRING supper Sat-
erine Kelly dazzlln In flamln red tlday,night Attention beauty- Mascals Hand Lotion, Pint _.__.__ __ ____-______ 39c
? AN OLD SHOES IS AN OLD FRIEND- Gene an' Marian Connell lovers: Have you noticed Mrs. G.
WE MAKE among those present .. She W. Alderman's
THAT FRIENDSHIP LASTYou'll lovely border of
with a modish feather-topped narcissi around her shrubbery? Wonder Package Stationery, 75 Sheets 75 Envelopes 29c

Wear Out Your Shoes chapeau Collette Green In Whole garden of them In

Hunting; For A Better. Place to filmy blue Chief Lonzt an' back of her house too Eva r
i Repair Them Mrs. Alvarez leadln' the grand Anderson la fortunate snuff to 125 Ft. Roll Klenzo Waxed Paper 17c Each, 2 For. 33c

march Billy Owen (Eden- have roses all the year 'round .

The Electric Shoe Shop field's) takln' over the mike an' Some people() have' all the Klenzo Hizon Hair Brush Assorted 98c
Opposite glvin vent to a mahevlous voice luck Lucile Green gettln' Crystal Colors ,
Park Theatre Starke ,
that"I never knew be, bad '.I set for .a heavenly spring* garden

{ ALL WORK GUARANTEED' Altogether, a very, enjoyable Horton's Jambo Red Heart 2 Lbs.
evenln I

I .. I Thane intrepid-first aid atu- Valentine Candy, Special_________: __;...._.. :_ $1.17

wzw.wwea.awwWS wuuw.w. .nwwwwwrzws.wwww.w. wawonwnrou..aom.wuasuuuuuyrua. Main Drag DrlbfeU: Broadway deny Alton Gay an' Charlie
I' columnist Ward Morehousa, (N. Powell really got some good experience 1 Lb. Box
STARKE HAS BEEN DESIGNATED AS A ,
7. Sun) and young blonde bride tother night Seems Horton'
DEFENSE AREA stoppln' over at the Starke Hotel they were on their way home Chocolate Covered Cherries _: ___ ___L_: 29c
I Friday night from class .
Robert Ward and stumbled on a '
THAT MEANS YOU HAVE THE I cooperaUn' these! days with the wreck almost at their front doors Quart

GREEN LIGHT TO GO! Clay Electric Coop. Sgt.'W. Hear the boys handled the Floor FuR
; T. Weeks Brite Liquid Wax ________ 79c
itII! furloaflng for a few emergency In quite a professional ________ _
.
0- .,.... vOr days from Camp Leonard Wood manner provln' once and for all i ,'
fe Mo., soon to enter officers' train that they've really been 1f .
tentn. $50,000 Chocolate 2
The Government Will Lend You Money To Build ing school in Va. Nice to see to teacher an' not playln' hookey Syrup, Cans 7 Oz. .Each _____ 17c

That New Home Or Remodel Your Present One I. Captain Kldd (R. G.) in town Starke tots celebratln' first .d' '
'
i. Or To Add That Extra Bathroom You've Been have again purchased'. Hear a he home and at Bunny Columbus birthdays lag Jr., Suellen last week Phillips: Earl an' Sear.Billy Rexettes Personal Napkins, 1 Doz. Size _:' __'_____ 19c

Wanting I Ga. -near Ft. Bennlng flaxen Jus four day. difference -

h Now This Is Where We Come In t .mlaaed. Seaboard his train flagman Sunday mornln'almoa' that Lillian in their S., Grace age .an'. .Dot Seems O.I Eli Cotton, Full Pound Roll _______ -...;.:..-__--_- 37c

:WE GIVE YOU BETTER PLUMBING WITHOUT They slowed down an' let I passed up the Police. Ball I..'
hIm climb on the rear end, however :Friday for what they considered
EXTRA COST I
.
( ,a "more Important" engagement Be sure and learn about the 15
piece kitchenware
0' II ... .. u 0 I' ensemble
Hear Blake Jacknon (USNR to, be given away. Get'one of our circulars'which
WilY NOT USE'FilA FINANCING Training station NOrfolk Va.) Can hardly' wait for the fash gives full details' of this'offer. -
Small Monthly Payments may get in the mall service ion show tonight Must hurry
which would be right up his al an' see what the well-dressed
;Let'a Make A Bigger And Better City By Patting ley Watch for the Masonic woman will wear (if she can afford

t Our Shoulders To The Wheel Lodge's nifty new: sign which will it) Know Emma Hill
soon adorn the front of their will look stunnln' in that black
7k "Don't Forget Pearl Harbor"And hall Orchids to D. W. Mc- an' white lace she's booked to CARPENTER'SStore

Clellan and P. M. Barefoot or- model and even the men folks
Watch Starke Grow iginators of the Idea George should be Interested when I tell

Manasaa off for a final fling In 'em that some very lovely loung
Washington an' Phllly before don. ing p. j's will be worn by some
,# J. Francis Duguid Inc.M. ,Din' that popular khaki clothing very lovely young ladle .

a that Is all the rage this season Who said fashion shows are only 2'h8
". ,
Incidentally, George Lea dell for the l ladiast Bathing suits
F. (Mark) Bostick, Mgr. atwr 4.etd.d M want pat Ism J>>o,. Better come along '

Phone 118 Starke Florida of the cavalry. since that ride las' So long .. see you there ,.
Sunday Charlie::: Moore .
i), ,auwi wrwmssu.paenr.sam.. ,_.._-,.""a.os.amzan,, St L. Mgr) leaves the first(P. P.of Carolyn .



RUARY 1St 1043 COUNTY TKUCGRAm. STAUKK. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS ley Parker and Shirley Nell of Melrose were dinner guests of y '
. I Brooker Brevities f I
Green. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Sun I I

) Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley day. 'I

E newIIIs Knight Tuesday.attended B.Mrs.Sewell L. D.were Vlnlrg visitors and In Mrs.Jack-W. week-end Bob Cottrell guest of of LreBburg bin uncle wasa and lly Mr*. KKIon Hardy Frank Feagles were shopping In .........'....._.,.,"".'_. 'atpditatam--------_._...._.alala acata d I." r y9t7l4rDi181HRQdDtgt

sonville Monday. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. SEWING: CLUB MEETS Gainesville Friday. \
dred Vanlandlnghmn Mrs. I.. A. Brown was hostess Mrs. Meta Cason of LaCrosse RITZ THEATRE : ;
ly visiting la Ocala. Mrs. Vera Allen of LaCrosse Mrs. Ceo. W. Compton of Col- Tuesday afternoon' whtJlt e was visiting Mrs. James Cason f
... .
last week-end umbia, S. C. --- -- -- -- -- -- ---------- "
spent here with la visiting her aunt Ladies Sewing Club members Friday afternoon. \
Ithy Alvarez U on aSt friends and relatives.Mrs. Mrs. W. F. Godwin, for several. held their semi-monthly meeting. Remmer Thomas of Fort RennlnR Saturday.' Feb. 14th DOUBLE FEATURE

with friends In days. the living room was made even Ga., spent the week-end Hit No. 1-"WIDE; OPEN TOWN"With 1
T. K. McClane Jr., of more attractive with fan flowers with his wife. He and Mrs. Hopalong Cassidy
Gainesville was a guest Tuesday Mrs. J/ W. Kincaid of Tampa and plants. Thomas were guests of his II.
La of Miami was the of Mrs. E. L. Matthews. lu' here visiting her brother-in-law The business part of the meeting mother, Mrs. Amy Thomas, In Hit No. 2-"Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie"
eeJc of Mrs. Shellle and sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. was carried on aa usual and Worthington Springs Sunday.Mr. With Johnny Mack Brown ,

Mrs. Bernice Opperman spent Dea ley. It waa decided to meet at four and Mrs. T. W. Markey -, Rr

W. Kemper last week-end in Jacksonville with o'clock hereafter. will spend Wednesday in Tampa. Sunday, Monday, Feb. 15, 16
Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Knight.Mr. Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf was call- After a delightful hour of fun Bob Long of Fort Bennlng.Oa. ;;
into their home on ed to Jasper Tuesday because of and sewing delicious pie and hot ., spent Sunday with Mrs.Long "BLUES IN THE. NIGIIT"With .
F and Mrs. A. E. McKinney the lerlous illness of her mother coffee were served by the hostess and Betty Ann. Prlscllla Lane Richard Whorf ,

and Mr spent Tuesday In Palatka with Mrs. R. Koolbach. and her daughter, Mrs. Sanford Miss Effie Harjcraves of LaCrosse ," I
i B. Knight Ritch. Tues. Wed., Feb. 17 18 DOUBLB FEATURE I
Tuesday In Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mllllken. was the week-end guestof
kht spent Lt. Drummond Erskine returned -, Those present with the hostess Miss Martha Evelyn Markey.Mrs. Hit No. 1No Hands On The Clock"
Mrs. Everett McKinney of to New York Monday after a were: Mrs. Sanford hitch :Mrs.J. Tatum Marvin and PeggyJo With Chester Morris Jean Parker .- j.
the ,Ocala.was the week-end guest of visit of several days here with his K. Douglas Mrs. G. W. Hazen, of LaCrosse were visiting Mrs.
ne Lanier her parents spent In 'Mr. and Mrs; A. E. McKinney. sister, Miss Margaret Erskine. Mrs.' O. W .Barry Mrs. E. C. Frank Feagles and Juanita Thurs Hit No. 2-"Under Ajre" I ... .
ritb Long Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. day afternoon. With Nan Grey Alan Baxter '.,

Mrs. R. A. Gohagan, who bait Pvt. Bill Edwards, who Is stationed I.[ W. Pinholster.- Mrs. Florence Mr. and :Mrs. L. O. Karen and _.____ 'I
KIncald and Mrs. been here visiting her father. L.. at Ft. Bennlng. Ga., spent Varnedoe, Mrs. G. B. Colson Minnie Lou were visiting Mr. and Thum., Fri., Feb. 19 20 DOUBLE FEATURE '
ley made a business C. Powell, and family, returned last week-end here with his parents and Miss: Lubedla Pinholster.The Mrs. George Barker in Gainesville
(Brought buck by popular request)
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ed- club will meet
Wn Cove Springs on yesterday to her home In Savannah February Sunday.
Ga. wards. 17' with Mrs. G. B. Colson at her Those attending Master Jame.Harrell's Hit No. "LADY FOR A DAY" .
With May, Rob ou
...._,_.a- .... home. birthday party at Hamp- ,
--- ---------- Mrs. Tom Slade and children
ton Lake Thursday aft ernoon Hit No. "CHEROKEE STRIP"Richard '
,
of Baxley, Ga., were week-end SOCIETY ITEMS were: Little Jimmy and Marsha
I
| U RANGE AND.. BONDS guests 0 f Mrs. Slade's sisters, '' Miss Lubedla Pinholster, Mrs. Kay Hazen, Annette and Stanley Dlx and all star cast
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.T. 'I' W. O. Rhlmes and Mrs. C. J. Green Katherine Harrell, Shir- af8aiat J41N4leDfQiat4iDdti>>ia ,
T. Long. Crews attended the Baptist Sun- I
day School convention held at the pPCKBQOEHggaoga, 1tOOI CDII\II! C 1DCDCIJI1Df)( Q)
OLD[ C. WALL AGENCY Mrs. J. B. Mills of Green Cove Starke Baptist church February
9. They report a lovely time NOW OPEN
Springs spent last week here .
wonderful talks and
hearing
with her mother Mrs. E. M. some
Service Over 50 Years Thomas, and sister, Mrs. J. W enjoyed a delicious dinner fur- I
onatant Wilkerson.Sgt. nished church. by the ladies of the II BOWLING ALLEY -,h

Phone 146 Starke and Mrs. L. D. Turner of Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. Mary
Hattlesburg, Miss., are stoppingat Green, and Miss Lubedla Pin- '
the home of Mrs. J. W. White. bolster were visiting In Lake LUNCH f
Sgt. Turner is stationed at Camp Butler. Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Earl Green Miss Agnes
wuummimmenaAwusauuuwmmua" '_ II1IIIIIIIIIllIII1nUIIIt1U1I1ollla.1IIIIWDIIIIiIli''IIWUlW! : Blanding. \
lij
Rhimes and Mrs. W. O. Rhimes "
,
Mrs.! Ethel M. Biggs had as were shopping in Starke Satur- :AT ,

guests this week Mrs. O. J. Griffin day.Mr. '
torictci Jtiea re I of St. Augustine, Mrs. W. J. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy '
I STARKE BOWLING ALLEYS
Griffin of Jacksonville and Mrs. and son, Dudley, of Hampton I
Harry Leigh, of Pittsburgh Pa. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. El-i
don Hardy Thursday.,

Friday & Saturday, Feb.13 14 Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Igou of Mrs. Jim Mott had as guests -: TEMPLE AVE., STARKE, FLA. .
Winter Mr. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott
DOUBLE FEATURENo I Haven and and MI's.Jack
and children of High Springs, '. "
of Gainesville
Igou were
"TARGET FOR J. Mott of Rai- SPECIALS -
\ TONIGHT"I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O.
\ No 2ccALL AMERICAN CO-ED" W. B. Sewell. ford and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh

Rahn and Myrna Sue of Raiford.Mr Cube Steak ______ =. .;. _____ _ ___ 2Sc '
With Frances Langford and Mrs. Harold Sapp ol
Mrs. Hildabelle Bence had
dinner guests last Friday night as Jacksonville spent the week-end Hamburger Steak _ __ _______ 25c

MIDNIGHT SATURDAY, FEB. 14 I her nephews, J. E. Chace, Jr., and with Mrs. Nora Sapp. Ham & Eggs. _____ __ ___ _____ _,,.._ 25c
Robt. T. Chace, and their wives, Mrs. Ralph Bevllle and chil-
& Feb. 15 16
Sunday Monday, ,
all of Gainesville, and Mr. and dren of Gainesville were visitingMrs. Fish and Oyster -
"REMEMBER THE Mrs. J. C. Hoover. James Cason Tuesday after- i
Fried Sea Bass _. ______-. __. ___ _____ ____ 25c .

With Claudette Colbert DAY"I I Mrs. Pete Gooley and little noon.Mrs.. Henry Kirby of LaCrossewas Shrimp, Boiled or Fried ______ .._ __ _____ ___ ? .?? 25c I
,visiting Mrs. Frank Feagles
daughter, Miriam, of Detroit, Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. Select Oysters, 1.2 Doz. Fried __ _____ __ 25c : .
Feb. 18 19
day, Wednesday, Thursday, 17, I Mich., were .recent guests of Mr. ri ------ -- :
"BAHAMA PASSAGE" and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and fam N. Motf and Mrs. Her- Select Oysters, 1 Doz. Fried --- -. 45c '
ily. Mrs. Gooley Is rememberedhere shell Layfield wire visiting Mr. : : :
With Madeline Carrolf-'Stirling Hayden I as Mrs ti Clara McGee. Gainesville and Mrs. 'Thursday.Mr. .1 a Fk Simmons. of ) Lettuce, Tomatoes.. and French Fried Potatoes. Included ''WithAbove '" ;I
!
Added. Attraction': I Orders ill 1 i
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had and Mrs. R. Dukes and '.
VILA'S FASHION SHOW & BABY REVUE the from Jack- children of Dukes Station were ,
I following guests Maxwell House Coffee Made the Silex
|: Way
Friday, Feb. 13,8:00;' P. M. sonville Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr., and Mrs. Roy Green ,
Bill Bivens and daughter, Ivan, Sunday. t
Benefit Women's-Service Organization Miss Dothen Dell Miss Edna Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and -

melalMpplmAAlNmq aAMplgmeXlMNMaitltnrmtlmNaNaaImIAAIMNaMAlItllOlpeWXIMAaAMI. '! AmImA immmvni' ?.1 Hutto, C. M. Wells. Mrs. Leecy Shirley Nell were visiting: Mr. Eat and Bowl For Health 3
Denmark and Miss Christine and Mrs. Mel Vickery In Gainesville -
Fouraker.Mrs. Sunday.

NAT SEZ: Miss Mary McGauley of Mel- At The i
L. F. Dlnklns and little rose was the dinner guest of Miss
T Did you ever meet somebody daughter, Jo Ann, left Thursdayof Martha Evelyn Markey Sunday.J. .
whose name you know as well as last week for a visit among L. Peek, E. L. Williams, W. STARKE BOWLING ALLEYSEquipment
and P. Smith and Floyd Green, mem-
a k Q your own and yet; you coddn't1 relatives in Stuart Tampa.
/ call it for love or money. Returning Saturday, they brought bers of the Starke Tire Rationing:
That's my condition this morning with them Mrs. E. R. Hatcher Board held a conference with the And Food Second To None
; apparently I am Just an and young ,daughter Beverly Brooker Board, G. B. Colson J.
rational a* the next. man. but I Earle for a visit with Mrs. K. Douglas, and T. W. Markey, LADIES DAY EVERY THURSDAY
couldn't pam a sanity test to Hatcher's parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. Tuesday afternoon.
nave my neck. Dinklns, of Lawtey. Mm Gordon Crews and Mrs m mmmlDGmlfDGICDCDIIII'ar.---1DII!
So while I am In this unconscious
state I think it beet to hush toy i
fuss. Maybe I'll come to by




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,;' I aw WITH OUR FARMERSOnce By VAN Miss DERll/Lr Velma


11.1'1,\: -' 'I .r w :' r Mr. and Mrs. F Nord M.

.I I. t tIt1LtIlI1 raise beans were guests of Rh,
C It In awhile the Telegraph corn peanutscivet Mr

42 reporter interviews a "white-col and cow peas.I B. Bloodaworth and andn teat,!
I' hardly know what to tell Ralford Sunday. '
.6y JAMES M.., CAI NW lar" farmer. Such wan the case you about the War he replied In Mr. and Mrs.

_......,.. C5I N-U. REIEASg IN when lie talked; Saturday afternoon answer to an Inquiry. "I always and family made a Frank v

CHAPTER VI to Col. D. R. Knight, attor- hoped we'd win and I kinder believe to Lake Butler bUBIn
Saturday
ney-at-iaw, who owns 1,000 acresof we will yet. We COULD get Mr. and Mrs. RaY1UDnd b

SYNOPSIS WMtImGToN land in Bradford County some whipped though couldn't we?" and family of
Jacksonville
The contracting buatnei is In the i of The reporter replied: "Yes we
much visiting Mr.
doldrums but Leonard Borland of the of which he farms. and Mrs
Craig.Borland Engineering Co., New D. C. (NW \ s:>>-ALthough which; he leases and most of COULD get whipped if we didn't and family over the Ellef)
Washington
York haa ample funds when hla pretty has Uu which be Is re-foresting. work at the job; but we are NOT Pvt. W. N. Johns Week'flt
the government now of ,
wife decide she la going
opera-.truck d FOrt
TO GET
to resume her alnglng. Interrupted by L i iy' power to dictate price on all types: "I was the first person I knowof GOING WHIPPED" nlns. Ga., spent the
1 ii tier marriage at It and the birth 01 of commodities no immediate action in the County to re-forest," because we are working at it. here with his parents 'Nett
I their two .children to help out thai family the retail !
ceilings on Mrs.
to put H. I
1i4. said. "Twelve JOhns tilllll
r Dorla ,..pealelllat CoL Knight years and
Borland
tnoom protcata. IB con '
good
of consumer J. M. Dixon lives
price near Lawey'and :
be .... always thwarted her career.and Such action will un- ago I re-forested 40 acres; fouror I Mr. and Mrs. I* L. ReI1trot
she bad her way. aa alwaya. The templated. five later I re-forested came to Bradford from Ala- son Samuel, were
it become
be taken yearo
pretence ol Hugo Lorentx. her teacher, doubtedly as chua County when only 17 or 18 and Mrs. Miller vbitlnt
., Irritate him. After Doris glvea recital necessary, but immediate action of 10 acres: then 60, 30 and 20 Johns aDd
/ of the new price out with years of age. He cultivate 25 of New River
at Town Hall Cecil Carver opera the administrator acres. He set them Sunday.
linger. phone Borland. At her note; / control law will probably be largely pine saplings. He sold 60 acres acres of a 30-acre plot of ground
.he tells him Dorla bar a food voice but confined to strengthening: tne cell. he said. and has nearly an acre of straw
lacks .ty., .. Cecil l Ie to alng for war and still has the balance,
established on materials
% ing already berries which are "looking pretty
veteran but hain't Jba word of a-ear. About 75 acres are under cultivation AUTO PARTsI
#' laID 80n8. He alng It for her and ehe nel'Cied.1n defense production. 20 of which he himself[ good for weather conditions."
nays be.ha* a An* baritone voice. Cecil Until the new law was passed the "Last I made the sorriest
the Officeof cultivates 'while'he renta out the year USED TILES .I
i know. of Dorta through LorenU. aay price ceilings imposed by (WE ,
,ir Hugo I ta hopelenly In love with Dorla, Price administration dependedon rest. showing during the 35 or 40 YOUR SIZE). aiNERn:

' and that Doria torlurei every man aha voluntary co-operation. Now "Heretofore," a a I d Colonel years I have been in the berry AUTO GLASS CASH
.eta In her clutchea. Leonard ought to they can be enforced by the threatof business" he stated Saturday.He OARS AND |
wake her up by giving a recital she II The new Knight, "I have been raising peas; TRUCKS IS" A.\\
.. "00 get yourself a triumph Hurt heavy legal penalties. fed but this year I am going to raise Is working only berries. CONDITION
t' her where It hurta." Cecil will give him law also gives Leon Henderson, Perry Barefoot Is half-cropping
and
corn, peanuts snap
to pea
tenons but demanda paym.nt-kl., the foundation en, hew to apply the eral price administrator power with him on the balance of his Used Autos
She showed how to pot boans and
'P He pays but aaya ho love his wilo. H. me dictate price ceilings on all consumer beRn*- bp peas are $25 lip
I make good progreM In three or four I color bow to put ea the whiskers with com arabic. goods and on rents. Just when for the market. Colonel Knight's acreage. He Is all alone now andis

f k montha and agenda) much time with 1 he will take any action on these farm In just a half-mile northwest not able to farm anyhow; he HASKINSAUTO
and
roaring again
CecIL Dorla tells Mm Jack Leighton ta around vocalizing under their chestra was will depend on how said., This IB the first Mr.
probably
lr getting her an engagement In a movie breaths. Cecil was In black witha had missed the boat Parma san| price he of town, and "Whatever I year PARTS
palace. Cecil wire him he singe In little shawl and looked pretty. the first part of his "Nel clelo blgl" much voluntary co-operation sell," he said "I sell at the Far- Barefoot has half-cropped with
1 recital upstate mak i a hit and she Just as I got down the chorus came at the window then as he finished II gets from retailers and wholesalerson Mr. Henderson's mers' Market. If I can't veil it him. "If I can buy the seed," North of Town on Boaij

get* him an engagement with an mldat opera of swarming from somewhere. They he crossed in front of me, and it keeping prices down. there I won't fool with it." He said Mr DIxon I plan to planta
He la now In the general aim is to keep
company. weren't In the first act but Rossi was murderous the way he shot 1< 14-acre truck
t I farm. I can get
rebearaaL
bis tint prices at approximately the levels has about 380 acres ot pastureland
lined them and began checking at mt as he went by "Watch d* all "
up the
fertilizer
t they were in April. 1941. and has eight or ten headof I need. he said.I Be
vt1 them over. I went on the set and conductor!1"I Quick To Tfl
Rowel put chairs around to show debate In don't know what to think
r put the hat and muffler where she watched "da conductor." 1 The subject of greatest cattle 25 hogs 25 sheep and
E ') doors, window., and other and stuff startedoff. in told me. The tenor came and put glued my eyes on him from then on formulating the new law was the around 200 chickens.He about the war. We hear a lot

the. set The took rest the of piano them paid no attention his hat beside mine. The basses and didn't miss any more cues, and question of farm prices. Some jokingly said: "I was born but don't know what Is going on BronchitisChronic i

to him at aU, or to me. came and moved both bats to make by the help of hypnotism: prayer, member of the farm bloc in congress and reared in Bradford and have over 'there. I can't tell, but I
to farm pricesto
more room on the table. There had and the rest of them shoving m. sought permit don't believe will
they do
knew "Boheme" frontward ever
4 They and to be places for their stuff when around we got through it somehow.What rise to 120 per cent of parity, but never been out of the county. bronchitis dev.l
and they anything here
ly" backward sldewise over
tat around with their bats on the they came on, later. I went to the I never got caught up will: because of charges that the bill was your cough chest cold.oracuteSI
back of their heads working crossword bulletin board and read the calls. was the speed. You see when you becoming a "farm relief measure" N. D. Griffis lives with his chills Is not treated and you j
puzzles In the Sunday paper We were all in the first two of the learn those roles and then coach Instead of a price control law. it father, J. S. Griffis seven miles Deeds Filed afford to take a chance with aoj
' When it came time for them to come first act--Cecil, the tenor, the two them with a piano you always think was finally agreed to limit farm wed of Lawtey. They have 40 cine less potent than Crow .

In they came In without even lookIng bane., the comic, and myself-then of them as a serlea of little separate prices to 110 per cent of parity. acres of their own and tend several Jessie E. Livingston a widow trouble which goes to help right loosen to the seat!iT3 j
Cecil acted just like the for the other calls It was only Cecil scenes and you take a little Secretary of agriculture Claude ande pe|,
a 4'' others.up. Every now and then a tall and the tenor. On the calls for the rest after each one. But ifs not R. Wickard now has stated that he acres of State land. He was and Margaret L. Carter and soothe laden phlegm and aid mum

}I Ifagucted-looking Italian would walk other acts I was in most of them.. like that at a performance.' It goes intends to prevent farm prices from born and reared In Bradford Frank Carter her husband,.,all bronchial and heal raw tender

b t through and walk out again. I asked but I did what she said, read them right through' and It's .cruel the rising above parity. He has the County and he and three brothers of Tampa, to the Starke Coca- mucous blends membrana beechiJ.
q who he was and they told me Mar over and remembered how they way It sweeps you along. power to do this since he can at anytime and one sister live'at home with ; creosote bygpeclal processwtuw
"1 io the conductor. went. I remembered the hat and the break prices by putting on the their father and mother Two. Cola Bottling Co., a Florida cor time tested medicines for

Rout rehearsed me until blood "Places muffler and. when I came off. Cecil market the government-owned supplies brothers are married. All the poration. Feb. 3; L. A. Davis and It contains no narcotics
was running out of my nose, throat ,I hurried out on the let and tat was back there, smoking a cigarette of farm crops at any price be No matter how many neona
nd eyeballs. I never got enough down behind the easel I had already ready to go on. "You're doing sees fit He is already demonstrating boys at home work on the farm. his wife Lee Perryman David to you have tried, tell your drug
u pep In It to suit him made sure that the paint- all right Sing to them, not to how this works by releasingsome They have two mules 35 cows, Joe S. Starling Feb. 2; Clara Mae sell you a bottle of Creomulsloo J

?f+' Monday I tried to keep quiet and rush was In place. The tenor cameon Mario," she said. government corn below cur- 20 hogs and about 300 chickens Knight and C. A. Knight, her the understanding you must lib?
.j r t* ,not think about it. but it was one and took his place by the window She rapped at the door sang a rent market levels and he is believed Mr. Griffis stated Saturday. They husband, to Sarah F :Jenkins way it quickly allays the cough]d
long round of costumes, phone calls His name was Parma. From note or two, put her heel on the to have broken the price of have about 2 1-2 acres of berries!, Feb. 4. ml enyourmoneyback or you vti
;( and press releases. Around six- the other side of the curtain there cigarette, and went on. cotton merely by stating a speech which' are doing well except for : (Adr.)
thirty Cecil said It was time to go. came a big burst of handclapping. We bad a little off-stage stud that he planned to release some government '
Vf. had to go early because she bad I Parma nodded. "Mario's in. Sound coming I and the two basses, and controlled cotton for use the fact that they nave been kil-

' } lo make me up. like nice 'ous"." we stood In the wlr.s: listening tl in army uniforms.The led back a lot; "but" the bush part Never!
When we went In the stage door From where :you sat out front. I them out there doing their stuff. I government's original purpose la doing good he said. They .
. Of the Auditorium theater that suppose that twenty seconds be- found out something about an op in buying: huge quantities of made very little on berries last aWBF"
,; night and I got my: first look at tween the time Mario got to his eratio tenor. He doesn't shoot L. farm products was to prevent farm year. LET YOUR SHOES GET I IN
that& stage, I almost fainted. I hade stand and made bis bow and waitedtill in rehearsals, and he doesn't shootit prices from sinking to disastrously They have only a garden grow m
lever had any idea that a stage a late couple got down: the aisle, in the preliminary stuff either. low levels, but it is now apparentthat ing at the present In addition THIS
to CONDITION.
{' tould be that big. You only seer and the time bo brought down his Ha saves it for the place where it these stocks can be used in the the -" THEY
about half of It from out front The stick on his strings was lust twenty counts. Parma who at the rehearsals other direction to keep prices from berries he said which Is en-
fed of it stretches out through the seconds, and nothing more. Tome hadn't shown enough even tm going too high.President tirely for family use. They do WILL RUIN YOUR FEET
wings and back and up overhead it was the longest wait I ever
until you'd think there wasn't any had In my life. I thought nothing voice that was a beauty. He uncorked the new law permitting farm pricesto raised seven acres of,, tweet! corn
f end to Its would ever happen. And then, all a voice and be uncorked g rise above parity and it is be- one acre of beans and one acre WE ARE EXPERTS AT REPAIRING LADIES,
I Cecil didn't waste any time on It of .sudden, it broke loose. style that even t knew was good. Hi lieved here that Secretary Wick- of tomatoes and will raise GENTS AND CIIILDKENS SHOES
She went right up to Mo. 7 dresiing- When the orchestra sounded off took hlai aria, the "Che gelida ma. ard's stand has been,influenced by likely
room, where I was to be, and I' It was 'terrific, the most frightening nina" slow and easy at first; hi the Pre ldmt'* views: about the same crops this year
followed her up. She was in No.1'' thing I ever heard in my life. just drifted along with It; he mad In signing the bill the Presidentcommented Mr. Griffis said. They sell moat BROWNSTEEN'SMODERN
dreislng-room, on the other side I ..And.it no 'sooner started than the them wait until he was ready to at length on the right of their products at the Far
i of the stage. Ther.+.>as nothing In, curtain went up except that I never give it to them. But when he did of the government to dispose Ojt its mer's :Market at Starke: :and their
{ the room at all but a long table mw 'i$ go up.AU I saw was give it to them he had it That high surplus stock,""ID. order tokeep strawberries nearer 'home -, at SHOE REPAIR SHOP
, against the wall a mirror above that blaze of footlights la my- eyes: ; C the end 119 N. Walnut St., Opposite Post Office
t near was a beauty, and
at fair levels. He also said: Lawtey. Besides trucking,
prices they
of
; that a couple chairs and mygeatume I was so rattled I didn't even know well they knew it Cecil bet.ter
,,, trunk which had been lent 'where I was. Cecil had warnedme than I had ever heard sang her sing "I feel that most farmers realize
around earlier In the day I openedIt. about it a hundred times, but I began to see why they paid her that when farm prices go much
and she took out the above is ahead. One '
makeup you can't warn anybody about a the dough.I parity danger rA.
kit and spread it out on the ta thing like that. Light was hitting of the best ways of avoiding excessive r
t ble, saying, "Always watch that you me from everywhere, and then I went out on the first two calls, price rises, of course is abundant -
k have plenty of cloths and towels. saw Mario out there, but he looked as the bulletin .said but when w. production. And I hope agricultural -
you need them to get the about came in from the second Parma maintainedat
make-up a mile away and my heart prices can be
( off after" you get through." Just stopped beating. whispered at me, "You hide you. such a level as to' give farmer
"AU right; I'll watch it" My: heart stopped but that orchestra You hear me guy: ? You keep outs a fair return for Increasing produc

"Now get out your costume didn't. It ripped through way didn't dat Mariol"I tion." aIn u Po44a acts

1y check every Item that goes with that introduction a mile a minute, flats argue. I got behind some It Is estimated that, even If prices
out there
l It. and hang It on the hooks. When and I knew then what Rossi had In the wings and are kept at parity or below the i
there. Cecil
you have more than one costume in been trying to get through my head stayed had beard him, farmer's income will be greater this
and after few
h an opera hang each one on a separate about speed. There's a page anda a minutes she foundme year than any year since the Hat
hook, in the order ;you'll need half of Introduction in the score, there "What"happened? war. Total farm Income for 1942 1s
"I
r ,ben;' and that looks like plenty of music, missed a cue. estimated at about 13000000000. No.19 Whit
{ "O. K. What else?" doesn't ItT They ate it up In nothing "Well what' he talking about? "
7"" flat He missed three." Although farmers are being called Florida Tree
"Now we'll make you up. and next thing I knew they
for record
of all
"I wasn't upon production
were 'through with it watching the conduc
She showed me how to put the and It was "
kinds of it is well understood
tor.
crops
p foundation on, how to apply; the time for me to sing. Oh. :yes, I isa
here that farm labor is
"Oh becoming
urt eolor how to put on the whiskers was the lad who had to open theopera. '
with gum arable and trim them up Me, the four-fiusher who "I* that bad?" an increasingly difficult problem. Landbuilder S'r
"It's the cardinal sin the Because of'the loss of man power
With scissor so they would look was so scared be couldn't even only
e tight They come In braids and you breathe.But unforgivable sin in all grand op to defense factories and to the army i ova
ravel them out Then she had me they had thought about that ere Always watch him. Sing; U and navy, it is realized that those
put on the costume and inspected Mario found him up there and that them try not to let them see :you working on farms Will be forced t" _
n e. I looked at myself in the mir stick came down on me, and it watch him. But-never let him out work increasingly' long hour and :
ro r. meant get going. I began to sing of your sight He's the perform. should be compensated for their increased
the that once the captain of the ship the labor.
"Around eight o'clock. she mid, phrase begins "Questo Mar 1
; "you'll get your first call Take Rosso". but I swear I bad no moreto one on whom everything depends Member of the farm bloc in congress -
t four bat and muffler with :you and do with It than a rabbit looking Always watch him." point out that the average _
M sure you put them in'their prop. at a snake. That stick told my: '1 got It now." farmer works at least 62 hours a

w tr place on the set They go on. mouth what to do, and It did it, that The next act vas. better. I war week whereas defense workers in
,(( he table near the door, and put was aU. Oh yea an operatic con- getting used to it now. I got factories work only 40 hours a week
(hem on for your flrit exit""I ductor knows buck fever when he couple of laughs in the first part, and get time-and-a-half for all hours
know." sees it, and he knows ,what to do and then when it came time for mi ever 49Every
"When you've done that read the about it.There. to take up the wait song Mario labor union action which
" lurtain calls.'* was some more stuff In threw the stick on me and I eave interrupt defense production in order (/
"Never mind the curtain calk, If the orchestra and I sang the nexttwo her the gun. It got a hand but he to get even better conditions for
I ever-" phrases, where be says that played through It to the end of the defense workers, is like a thorn in
"Read your curtain calls! You're to get ev.n'with the picture for act The Musetta and I did the the side of farm representativeshere. i
t kt some and not in others and looking so cold, he'll drown a Pha carry-orT) we had practiced and It If the farmer la going to put Mangrove trees help to build the keys and the
leaven help you if you come bob- raoh. The picture is supposed to went all right The regular way li In long hours of work at moderatepay ,
tF Hug out there on a call that be. be the passage of the Red Sea. But for Marcel to pick her up and run and without complaint, they southern tip of Florida: :Immense: quantities of young

N long to" somebody elie." I was to take the brush and actually oil with her but she was trjall feel It Is imperative that laborer mangrove plants, drifting in the shallow waters take

i. "Ob. drown one, and It was a second and I'm big ao, instead of that. I do the same thing. root on the mad flats and send out ..._.. in all direc
"Keep quiet You can vocalize a or two before I rememberedabout threw her up on my shoulder and The effort of the
automobile workers tions.
Growing :rapidly and sending down new shootsto
Ittle but when ;you feel your voice it When I actually did It I she kicked and waved and the curtain union to double
,:l. k up stop." must have looked funny because came down to cheers. The those who work get on Sunday is pay for the ground: from hicher points of the bole, they form
an -
"AU right. there was a big laugh. I was so third act I was all right, and wi of the type) of action which example an arch of root) which collect sand, mud said marine
ood"Now I leave you. Cood-by,and rattled I looked around to see what had another nice curtain. The font arouses the farm representatives. refuse, gradually: building wp extensive Islands such
luck
( they were laughing at and in that of us, Parma Cecil, the Muietta
At eight o'clock Automobile workers now get time- a. may be seen today covered with thick tangles ofuaaigrorves
there
was a second I took my eye off Maria It and I were In an the calls, and
mock on the door and somebody was the place where I was supposed after we took the last one Parma and-a-half' for each hour they work looking like forest* on + r

(laid 10WD.something in Italian. I went to shoot a "Che f.?" at the followed me to the hole where I manded over 40 hours that those but the who union work de- salts Just another of the many k@r ?rways
on
tenor And while I was off picking did my hiding "O. K.. boy. Now Florida
in which
Sunday, if : po.et
do
They were an there. Cecil and the daisies, did that conductor wait He on the duet" even they not work
test, all dressed all more th.n 40 hours during the week
walking did not Next thing knew the r
or- BE
TO CONTINUED
) get double pay for all work they do HEN5B

t on the Sabbath. Here's another fact .

HIGHLAND SUNNY BROOK FARMBy Mrs. C. A. Crosby, In Brooker. That new disturbance of labor. BUY '
!'
By Miss Beth Wkmberly Mrs. J. R. Kelly and children I plus the walk-out of: welders In the JAX BEER Blips ,.

A Mr. Winifred WImberly' Is Mis ArsuU Crosby spent Tuesday I n Lake Butler ship coast building over an yards inter-union on the feud Pacific has a to halite ,Florida, 1001-! sire Nil %., ,
Mrs. Amanda Silcox spent the with her father A. L. Drlggers. once again
pending a few days with her brought up demands in
la lgl daughter Mrs. Nelson Green of week-end here with her sister who wsji very'lll.{ congress for nc-etrlke legislationand ThejAXBrewtngCompanypayalargesemtain

Lawtey Mrs. A. S. Crosby.Mrs. Miss Doris Dyal spent the wage eontrel. When the war taxes annually to our State, City and '

Mrs. J. R. Smith Arle Brown and son. Raymond week-end with her cousin Mine first started and union leaders County governments, has one.of.Jackson

CecU, of Baldwin were and visiting son, were guests* of Mr. and Melba Moody of NewRiver.. agreed. to by a the labor President control ,plan it suggested was- ville's largest industrial payrolls, and buys ; v

here Saturday. Mrs. Obey Moody last Thursday. Among those who attended the hoped that there would be contin- great quantities of materials and equipmentfrom

Sidney Harris of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haialop and funeral of Dr. Zonnle Brantley at ued peace on the labor front But local dealers and suppliers-thus contributing -

Visiting here Kaxvllle was eon. Fred and Mrs. Inez Kelly Melroee Sunday afternoon were: now many congressmen are plainly to the continued growth and prosperity

Saturday. were shopping in Gainesville Mon Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haialop and worried again over the threat of of our State and City.And JAX helps
r Henry Austin of Lawtey waa a son, Fred. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. new labor trouble interfering with .
day.Mr. f you too by providing a grand Drink of
y Visitor here Sunday. Ward and defense production. Any serious
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman I and Mrs Russell Normanof Alton Dobbs.children.Mrs. Inez Mr. and Mrs. development along this line Ie expected ur Friendship, DRY and meljovr of flavor for

and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were shopping Water Mrs. Beulah Oak were dinner guestsof Mils Doris Crosby Kelly and to lead to drastic legislation ? your relaxation and good cheer.Try a bottle ', I,

In Starke Kelly Sunday. of JAX today! .
Saturday.
Mr.
and Mrs. J.
N. Kelly and

} Starke Joe Friday.Marr w.a. a visitor to guest Fate of Drown his mother.of Baldwin Mrs.was Arle a Mr* trip Henry to Howard the State made a business o12eIeveXfaery of D ;t TIE JAX BIEWIIQ COMMIT BEERPAGE : p '

-' owrif.. Monday. day Farm Mon yr JaCKIO.'ILLI. FLORIDA eFr
kt' I L A
: A. S.
MANUSCRIPT Crosby returned to
COVERS-41 The farmers- thj

'l TELEGRAPH.per 100 BRADFORD COUNTY J I pending her home some here Ume recently with her after son busy getting mulching strawberries- % section and are CLX666 Tune in The HORN KOBBIERS-WklRTrctpFaMeillllg.aflLlRfatlttlhAp.a j jI

and ready; to plant spring '
daughter-in-law I '
Mr. and crops : : + i.



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_ tlTABY 1uz- JULIDPflD 'irnLteoRArn. STABKB. FLORIDA PAOB 8BVKK t \ I.

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,CHURCH DIRECTORY OP 1Of! CIHCrtT' CftWWT. BHADPORO Orambllnr Moore, nrhOM realdence IV CIRC1IT COCRT, BISADeSIS.

SERVICES eOVTY. FLoam" I* CHAN. I. unknown. COUNTY.' ri-ORlUAi IN! CHANCKHY. t ,
You are required to on .
appea. I'
FIRST kaI'TIST Dennis Ellwood llanley. Plaintiff Monday March 2nd. the Gladys Hommer Khrhart. Plaintiff. ?

NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne General Woundedr H.". A. U.! UK hi foe*. Pa.ter VH Uonnle Jean. llanley. Defendant. Court 142. cause, y. Henry David I'lberhart' J .. ,.
aM N. w..... Street C.... No. 1795 'o'ln plaintiff .ka divorce and fendant. ( ace No. -

Church School .:45 A. M.: OHDBH 0... PITHLICATIOV relief. County OUDKH OF PUBLICATION ,. ,
rI MornIng Worsblp :00 A. M. ANn NOTI'-PJ TO AI'l'KAH Telegraph shall publlnh this Order AND NOTICE 1O APPKAIt8TATR
Nations Rush Reinforcementsr 14. ;1'. U. .Ioo P. MI STATH OF FI ')HinA to Bnnnle In next four weekly laiiue. OF FLORIDA to: Henry \

., Evening Worship 8::00 P. M Jean Hanley, 101& Colorado street Win.ss my hand and official I'avid Kherhart. 20O WhiteforrdAvenue.
I Wednesday Wornhlp 8:00 P M. Manhattan: Kanaaa. seal. at Starke. "Florida thl. 29th ., N. K. Atlanta, Ueor..la '

Battle Fronts in Effort You are required to appear on Any of January, 194J.OFFICIAL You ale .n oe'bO': t'
East March 2nd.. 1D42 In the abovenamed ( bKAL) A. J Th..rn. March 2nd 1942 e"I'0 t )
t FIRST MKTIIOOIMTRe Cjurt an.4 raise, wherein An Clerk of Raid Court 1-80 named Court and **. "her.l.pl..lntlff
.. U. (,'. Sowrll. ( ..<.. plaintiff. neekn divorce Bradford John J. .q. Atty. tor1'I. Reek Br..dfo.
eck Spreading of Jap Attacks; 1JO: N. c..... Mirer.* County Telegraph shall publlKhtnm 1"nd".on. County Telegraph hall I

Church School 10:00 A. M. order In next four weekFy is.sues. thin Ordel1 In next four w.ekljissues.

Sunday Worh1 11:00: A. tl.Younsr IV rn"I'IT ('01 HT. niltllFORUCltHNTt. .
Take Offensive in Africa People. 7-00 P. M. Witness my hand and official FLOIIIUtl IN 1IIAN. Witness my hand and olfcla
Again Evening Worship 1:00: P. V, real Starke. Florida, thle Feb (KltV. seal at Starke., Florida,

Wednesday Worship t:00 P. M.liT. vat'n'.., I9- !. Ro.lna Shelton."' Plaintiff, v*. Grant uary 27th. 1942. f
(OFFICIAL S J, Thoman.A Defendant Cane No 1777. (OFFICIAL! SKAL) A. J. Thomas,
When eplnlen* *r* *x*,e.... I. th... ..1...... theyml Clerk of f.Hour1:: : X4t 3-Z7 Ih.ORDER OF FI'IILICATION A* Clerk of aid t'o>rt. 1.104& 2-24)

bus NOTE..be .-.". ...',., ."* .** ......arll >' *f inli ....p...,.> .. )MIRK'Fred York KPISCOPAt.H *. Kerturao T Frank Landrum "Starke' Fla.AU. AND NOTiCE TO APPEAIISTATII Charles Stiller* Flav 'tip'I.
..
fur Plf.
Released by Weitern Newspaper Union.) N. Cknrrh. turret for pIt OF FLORIDA to: Urant Atty. "
(
Shelton, Whose residence I. un. ,
Church School 10:00 A. M.
- 11 00 .A kl. k flown. IV ("IR"I. ( $lt5IVONR ,,c' '.
-- Sunday: Worahlo : IV THE (( RT OF THW COI'N TVJl You are required to appear on "Ot'IT. t
-- .: Sunday lIvening. 7:10 P. M. .IK.H HKAItFOlin U 0'T :II'r \, March 2nd,, 1942. In the above roi
Friday Evening 'Z:80: P. M. VLOIIII)4. IN PHORTRNO named Court anil 1 cause, wherein ('MitT. ,
Plaintiff, va. Flora J \ t
To, ilmith
Ulq4 L'x4 Holy Day 10:00 A. M. 'I'14'M '1'0 t'HtOttl'TOR* plaintiff seeks. divorce BradfordLounty II Ca.
Defendant e
Belle
IN IIM KSTATB OF UBKNAKDJACOHS. Telegraph shall publish I II. Smih. No ,(I"

: PlaIT PRFlthVT8Inl" deceaned. thin Order In next four weeklylaaiien. 1711.OR'ER OF PUBLICATION :,: I -
.. ....... To all creditors and all pernnhahavlnir '
H... Vb... II. All. ANI NOTICR TO I
\ %- 'k 4 S-iS North Cherry tit. claims. or demands agalnatHald Wltnea my hand and official. $ OF !' Al..WAR. .: '
M eatatelYou Heal at Staike. Florida thIs JaIL.OI.u.tAI. TATI .
A. ha
Church School 10:00: whose residence
\
here.
\gtovSjyp* and each of are "mlth.
you '
00 A, M. 28th. 1943 I
II "Ii.
Sunday onhlp : Un ;:
,- Senior Crunade.. 6'00 P. M by notified' and required daninnda to prnnentany which ( SKAL' ) A, J. Thomas. You are required to appear on
claims and
; Intermediate. Youth 6:00: p. M. A salt Court. |.1A4t 2-20 March 2. 1942 h, the above named -
? of have
either
Evening Worship 1:00: P. U.ItT. against you. or .the estate you of may Bernard (,. A. Stephen*, Jacksonville Fla. Court and cause, wherein plaintf I,'. ,
Atty. for I'lt.
AWeaneil. late. of Bradford seek. ,* divorce. Bradford
jvnfJ Clinton A. Pierce who KOWAHIVe r"flICU.IC Jacob County,, Florida ,to the lion. M. K, Telogrfph. shall publlnh this Order ;

!",. has been reported wounded In action Her. 'II..... J. Mu..I>. !>..!<.. IVrrynian, County Judge of Brad' iv nun'IT COI-RT iiiitiiFointCOI In next ..four weekly hand l.and Ntie*.official ,
'.'...... Avenue. fond County: at his office In theCounty '>'I>\'. FIOIIIIIll IN llltN. 'Vln. '* my ",I I
*
*
In the i iFI
lie
Is
.* 'tlsa?* '* v Philippine the Early Ita.. 9:0n: A. M.! ('ourthouse In Starke. Brad.ford ('KKY.Eunice .... Htarke Florida, thIs Jan-
first V. 8. Tender. Miller Plaintiff vu.Robert nary 20 "
-- r* general wounded in action Ilvlne SrSecun1aP County, Florida within elithtmonths ,
&* ( ) ('il4JiAL) A. J Thomas ,
in World No. Mann :00 A M. front the date of the first Floyd 111011 l..f"n.l..nt. ,
war 2. This picture : A1cl.lm.. and ) ) A* .. Court 1-12 4t 2-IJ ,
_.;r ;;4 was taken before the outbreak Week Pay JIa s 0:00: A. MRO publication ilemiimlK, not hereof preiiented. within thetime I AND( to' TO Al'l'lOAUSTATH Ram B. 'VI..n. Jaokionvllle.. F' \.

:' and In the manner proscribed. FLOHIDA to- Uobert Ally .for \I
'.. of the war In the Pacific. 'PEI. "'AOEh\ "C'I.KMr. herein hull 'U barred a. providedby I Floyd Miller, whose. r..hl..c. I I.. ,. ,1

0::, /t$" 1.rMo/-1; and Mr.. J. T. (InlcleyKfoaaora luw unknown.Yoti '
,:$j;;; .:;;;; v-' Sunday Service. 7:10: t*. M. riated. February. 6th, A. D. 1943. are required. to appear on IV CIIKIIT. rn.'"" IIH\I)KOMI) \
-::, P. N.: Jacobs March 2nd. 194J. In the ,'0t'NTlt KI.OIIIIIAl IV CHANC '
"''f.z.. .,., :: : := r ty Friday Svrvle 7:30 Sarah' Monday.
'. 'W"-----' > SINKINGS: Aa rexeciitilx. nf the I K.tnte of Her. above named Court ii il cau e.wherein 'lilY.Ivy .1 '
I* 'S'' *- .*V V* *SS"! "' l*SSglre nard Jacob, deceaaed.. ::1-. 4t 2-X7 i plaintiff' k.a divorce and R. Oardner Plaintiff, v*. nar'j'
| FR" OFAn Con
Continue Heavy no other County bara I. Oarduer, Defendant.
In the Pacific ocean this dramatic picture taken of a \'. '('TI'.l .:'''''r FOR inn. "O'FIl'1'l' OK KI.WI' 'ION Teleginph 1'"I..t. Irndt..r". Older No. 1747OUDBR '.
The U-boat .\ IIIIAIII'U AilS MbUllAI.KNTKIl itt four weekly InnuxH.Wltne OP PUBLICATION .1'i '
raids on the North Notice la hereby given that a next
offensive patrol plane carrier being circled by a navy dive .. hand and official AND NOTICR' TO AVl'WAK

j It. antl- ubmarlne duties. Note In the picture tbat Atlantic continued heavy with a total HTAIIKK. KI.OHIIIt and Special will Klectlon be: held l: h"bhr/lrt:; (, :: aeal nt .) tflrks my. Florida, thin nth STATE OF .'LOltDA to: liar- ;; ,'

It begins .. the plane there have been deletions of of 18 ships attacked of which l>..rket No. Kin H- "If1..al..d r..lv..clr..n County Court HOII...... SturRe, Florida. layof January 8u. hara 1. ( .. residence> .1.4
i side and underpart propoHuli'" will lie within until .Special". Tux School' OFFICIAL, $ J. Thomas I* Unknown.
and insignia which rnlfbt five information to the enemy two escaped and 14 went to the bottom the Hoard of County CummlH-; District' No 8 of Krailford County. AM Clerk of imld Court 1.30 4t ..ao You are r..qulr..t to appear on -
La
with about an loss ol for the County of Brad' of March, John J. Esq. Atty. forIV March 2. above named
will notice further deletions average Florida, on the 10th l"nd..ln. ;
the carrier
riggingof you Florida at the of- rl'i: : !
top tord. State of A. U. 1942, and the hour, Cixirt and raise, wherein plaintiff ,4
life.Since 'lfn for the oald Hoard 1 at Court prescribed by law for holding general 1lf. seeks divorce Bradford, County
he reason. our entrance into the war, Houxi". Mark*. Florida, until 1 P. elections, at which election thequalifimit Telegraph shall, publish thl Order '
standard Kehruiry (In"I'I'r 401111'. BRlltFORDC0ivr lue .4'
M Eastern electwra who nro fr. .. In next four weekly
GERMANS: two navy tankers had been torpedoed 20, 194.5 for' the furnlnhtnitf .. holders. residing. In natd district \', KI.UHIUIN (,'IAN.I Witness my hand and official 't-j) :

the first managing to react; > all material. and labor uid contrurtlna" .shall by their vote determine. <'1:11: %'. I seal at Stnrke. Florida this Jan. >v
Not Out Yet but .. whether The Hoard of Public In- Annie J. (Oolng. Plaintiff va. Samuel uary IS, 1943 (IP I
Iceland under her
tie own power. A OM4 MTOHV COt'N-TY .U1A'.Tn ruction of Bradford Ciunty Fior- Morris doing, LeC.nlatit. Case (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomaa TA ..

of warfare that Reading endless stories of Russian the second one. the Neches, going ,VM M UH"4'. IC\rH: III...n- Mil ()n behalf of ald Special Tax No. 177*. Clerk of said Court 1-23 4t 2-IX fv'
i an epic INO AT HTtllKK. HHI>FOHII No.3' eliHll I.."... OHDim OF PtTBLIPATION Ralph Iltoni.dy.. *
down with a reported estimated 101" 1001 District Ja"k.on..n.
all history the defense successes in battles on the east Ol'NTV.. KLOKllMit of AND NO'rl'F TO API'112A11STATE Fla. Atty. for 1>
In the taG.Ollo.OO'1
n i bend nuiii 1.
loss of 56 men with 126 men escap. which time and place. they willie to: HamuelMorrln
hammering with Intercutryable
peninsula and of the fort. front and the continuous and rend dated January 1 1B42 Ictlngtt, residence -
ng to fight again. publicly opened annually .at the rate of Inknown.You
to Ma. back of Rommel's forces in Bidder, Form of'ropoMal. are required to
the entrance InMtructlon to annum with OF APl'HCATIO.N FOil
1
lad ng diverting large north Africa had brought many The location of the Neches' torpedoing General Condition, De- cOllt.fla per evidencing cent per annual Intertutand Match 2nd. 1H2.! In the above JO'l1 TAX ItBKlt ,'
been
all Specifications; Form of Con- named Court .ld cause, wherein .
was not immediately anlounced curl bonds to become. due anlVu (Create Hill no 183)
f needed elsewhere than In over-optimistic souls to feel that the itructlon Agreement, Contract ,nble an followaiIMOtrOO : plaintiff. Meek Bradfordl.'ottnty NOTICE Id HBHKnv OIVKN. ''

war was over and that all which remained by the navy but ship losses Hond and rawlnsra may be ex- principal (that In to say, Telegraph hall imbllnh I That D. F q. Knight: and N. I* !
lad been small In the Pacific! after mil nod at the office of the Board one of the. bondt In each of tlieyeuia thl I* Order in next four weekly Knight holder of Tax Certificate -
nes.to embat-- was some sort of mopping 01 Commlmilonera for the lue issue the 6th day of'i
MacArthur's County 1944 to 1168, both inclusive No. 68*. \
up process. Pearl Harbor more than equalled bounty, of Bradford Stark. Florda. tat In each of Bald, 1 Witness my hand and official September, 19S2 and No 5117 I Inued .
on lanuury '
noke-begnmed army of a of and at the offices of Ivan H. seal it Starke. t this Jan of A. D.
in north wo to one by Allied sinkings Jap ; both principal and annual 1011'11. the 7th, day July,
f bluejackets and ma- The turning of the tide imlth. Architect of the firm ofIteynoldH. years Interest payable at Florida Bank 118th. 2141. 19>o, have fund mI I In my office ,1 ,

and I, Africa and the success of German ihips. Brewton Smith and at Starke' Starke, Florida.; (OF.l1'IAI, SKAL) A. J. Thomas and have loJ for a ,. i
welcome news I There were growing reports of llllH I Architect, 3ltJuval of remodeling. and A said Court. I-SO 41 1..i tax deed : thereon.Hald .
for the 'rdb."pr
Bt perhaps not all of the counterattacks in the Crimea showed tilled naval strength in the Pacific \:1::1e..lc''o i .., Florida.Lnd otherwise purpose Improving the exlming Chun. 11. He**, Atty, fur 1'lt.
had that with favorable weather conditions conlett thereof. obtained unon ....h.I bulkllnir thereof In Starke, lowing ..... property ,nth. ; ;.
avite and Olongapo much .ihowlng: that increasing numbers of payment --Io.i for each cot. Florida; ""r'rrih.. further. pur County of Bradford, $%at. of Florida ,:
Nazis still
but that they bad the were very which payment. will he refund..tupon additional IN ( coiiir. ,,"
brawn, hips were. active in those waters. pose. of building an "IUTI'r 1"'A5FO'UJC'OIT''I'Y. to-wlt:
to be reckoned -with. return of such net In Rood the "xlstincschool Fl.Ullllltl cn"'N. NW ,. '
of honor with thee school building on I A Com at 8W Cor of %
i a post carried the after '
and in one casehav1ng within ten clnyn C KIIY.
tondltlon at Starke Florida, 110 'I
frroiiiidtt K 630 ft. N I
The Crimea was a much warmer of HK.L4: run
ittack to the Japanese-held Marsh- hide have. been opened and, read. and building mldewiUku" and othwrwlHe Charle 'Vllt Allen, rialntlff. ve W JO ft.. H 210 ft to b... Meo. i( .
Mariveles mountains battlefield than the 40 below zero The .MiUil Board of County CornmlnHionpra ImprovrWic Much action Uretchvn Allen Defendant.Cau Twp. 7 H. It. 22 K 2 Acre, I I. embraced '.. ,I
northern sectors, where the Russians ill and Gilbert islands generally in for the County. ItrHclfoid .ruun | entrenched and no mat- he Australia defense zone with ter. recorvoc. the. rlgrht to waive any Informalities Hchiiol lUntrlct No. a and for ORDER OF' PUBLIC'AT10NANI ;'

trength the Japs hurled undiscouraged by the cold In or to reject any or the publlu ties schools! 'h..ot.known NOTICE TO API'WAR NWU Of BKM Ex 3 A. In RVfCor )
iflc results.In >UinA to: Jret.
in such weather all bide, Bradford County Illtth 1' R 23 K. '
7 H.
and more at home an 8 eu. 36 .
m they were holding firm. this action though no strictly Kac-h bid munt be accompanied' bya School ( but being a primary chen Fox Allen 712 Andrew 87 Acre, I* .. under salt I ,
nUt night a whole regl- were able to hurl the Nazis back certified check or bid bond In : Krammar and high school). and fur Avenue, l.nd.nun. North ( ..r"ln.. certificate No. e rjI "

constantly on a wide front. war vessels of Nippon were sunk the amount of five percent (5 p. c.) the purpose, of obtaining and uMng. You to ..p..r The a....e*.nint of the said property 'J.
hall boats moved down theg weather moderated he navy reported several auxiliaries of the bane bid an a Hruaruntee I In such work and for such publlu March 2nd, 1D4II.Bml I In u.t h' rpl.lnllf under the Raid certificate Nn ,
the minute the awarded the j
But named Court
It of$76.BOt.00
bidder.
the same tactics that were sunk and damaged which that the free school purposes a grant .. .. Uradtor"gI limned was In the name of .
in the Crimea they found contract, will within seven 17) conecutlve -. (or nome other large seeks IIKI. Hall and the assessment the ,, \ i
d the British back ont night: include tankers transports. .. calendar days after written Mum thereabout. ) toward the cont Telegraph hall publleh said under the 13f cer ,
themselves more or less up againsta of such : ordef In next, four weekiyIssues. property I
notice belntc given Work '
the I'ubllo the
from issued In
.
lupply ships used for naval pur. thereof t If It-ate No stone wall. award. enter Into a written contract AdminIstration (or any other department of W. Llndney.llnlen ; \
was to get in on Mac- poses. with the Board of CountyCommUMonem : of the United State Government Witness my hand and official name aald certificate shall
On the British and American for the' County of seal. at Starko, Fluilda. this January b' '
tank and confuse the de- That our forces lost 11 planes but having jurlddlctlon thereof redeemed. according to law ,I
of the : Florida, In accordancewith additional 27th, 1942. will ;'h-
forces was falling the brunt Bradford now or hereafter) a* described therein "
: the same time signalling to ships showed that probably one the accepted. bid. and Rive a tpwardtt\ coniple (OFFICIAL SHAD A. 3. ThomasAc property bidder at !
necessary the highest "i
muney aadCharles sold to
and Its successes on
nsive on the central front. Japanese blitz of our aircraft carriers was in the performance bond Manufactory to lion of said work Clerk. of cab Court. 1-1O t Via.Atty courthouse door on the first Monday i'' I'
Malaya and in .the Philippines the Board of County ConinilMntonemfor H M 111..1 Jackconvllle, In the month of March, 1942.whloh ,. ', f ;
| shore defenders and at- showed that this was no minor war iclghborhood, and that a vessel of the Cotifity of Bradford equalto Mup.rln-n
ned up on the Jap Invad- his size was being used in a task one hundred percent (1110 p. c.) tlon of Bradford County, Florida! ..

cores of them struggling but an effort against powerful an force offensive action demonstrated No of the bidder contract. may price withdraw. hi, hM and ex-offlclo. I Secretary. of. saidHoard. IV dim' 'IT. 'Ot'ItT,I IlIIAlFOKDCOI"d'Fl' IN, Dated thl 10th day of January.. ,

er, and the few that made tagonists. hat Admiral Nimitz was keen on within thirty (!t0) dayn. after thereof.TUB the. (OFFICIAL SEAl.) 24t> 2-27 (.'.MIV.Oeorge FI.Ult. t..A. (O..ICIAr. URAL) A. J Thomas
pointed nlrn ;
Therefore events generally date net for the op L. Oration. Plaintiff vs.F.veline Court of Bradford
quickly mopped by the ,letting even with Japan for Pearl BOA ItO OK COUNTY COM- (lre.lt .4 v
up to ) Washington bad assured lIfHlIiJI1.\I1ItS.FUR.rU: l E COUNT IN ruiriLT COIRT 8..0Itn.. (', Oration, V..I.nd..t 1-33 U 3-13 : .
iarbor. ..
'**" the people"was 'omln-a long and OH1 HRADFOKUn STATE OfFUOR1PA. ('ISra'l'Y VI.tHU"'I"N 'I-HAN Case No 1770ORDER : Cuty"Florld.
least KRV. OF PIRLIATtONAN '' nRADFORO { ,
apparently at one ,
fas warship which managed to bloody WlL. not to be lightly won. RUSSIA: By W, M. Edward'v",'. (,halrman.AIt..t rnrrlo M Lee. Plaintiff(' v... Fred NOTII'F [ 1'1 MvellneP. 1HTATr1 COIIKITY. "t.oitiiiAs IN CHANVIOMY. I.
the Lee ,
speaking, B. } ;
generally
Though 'rr"C'TjOJ81. .
the eight-mile strip of it InsuranceThe : Thomas, County Clerk. () 'rl.r.all. liratton 2*<4 lx>gan Avenue, P. V. Navatto, Plaintiff, v*. Ju"I j ., .
unfavorable Buying .
news ,was .not as as 2rY2tAi.f ANI NOTICE TO AI'PBAH San' 1..I0. California.You nhlne Cae No. ,
een the fortresses at the FredB to on Navato. 1.fe.dan ,
required appear I
tot
there much less STATE OF FLORIDA '
have been was !.
bf Manila bay.e might Russians having fought the Lee.. whoae residence. !. un- March Soil 1942 In the above lie onnisn OK ptinLiCATio r. :
to be cheering about than there was Germans back considerably past IN ('IR'I'IT (OIHT. BKAI.KOIIU known. named Court and 1 cause wherein, ANI MOTICn TO APPHAIlHTATH .

United State.' intrepid to be worrying about and the serlousness heir announced 'winter line" on the ('<>IT'\'IV, VIOKIU IM! CIIAN- You are required. to appear! on plaintiff week. divorce. Ur..dtodOtlty OF FLORIDA to: Joee.phlne .
('EIIY. In the abovenamed : Telegraph hull pilblleli whose realdence I. ,
at skippers piloting hisI of the situation was apparently lorthern sectors might be said tobe nth, K. Ward Plaintiff Va. A.: March JirtI: : and I ratine, wherein I in next four weeklyltien Tleauly Navatto Nook 107 Went Fourth '

close to 80 miles an hour keenly appreciated by all buying insurance against the Norman Ward, Defendant.. Case No. plaintiff smoke divorce Bradford Street, Plalnfleld. New Jeriay.You .
hand and official
i on her In the moonlight, those in including the President drive. 1767. PUBLICATION County Telegraph shall publlohthlit Witness Htarke my. Florida, this January are required to appear oa '
power. anal
Nazis' spring ORDER OF Order. In next four weekly at March 2nd., I94>. In I the above ,
bed two torpedoes which his cabinet and the congress. ANn NOTICE TO APPKAJi 1..01. 27th 19d.OFFICIAl. named Court and cause, wherein .
Some observers including Senator to A. Nor official HKAL: ) A. J. Thoina ,
ship. She is believed toawk. STATE OF KMMUOA : Witness my hand and ( plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
1IdI
"ydlngs in addresses had warned man Ward, who. residence. Ie Un seal at Starke, Florida thin 29th said Court. 1-S041 County Telegraph hall publUh < ,1,1this '
i .. RUBBER : 1942.ItYFICIAI. > Bryon King Jacksonville, Fla.Atty. .
dlvi- known. day of January, order In next four weeklylue
hat the Germans had some 100 .
ck You are required to appear on J ThomaHAe for Pi. '
was carried out directly Keeps Coming ions of soldiers that they bad been March 9th., 1942 In the above Clerk. of said Jout. 1-SO 4t 2-20 Wllnenx my hand and official '. ,,

glare of the warship'sbts Although tire rationing was appar- holding out of action. just for the named Court and cause, wherein. U. A. "f.Wne.: Jacksonville. Fla IN ("lnrl'I'1 rO"IT. DR""Onn seal this Jan. 'f: ", '

and under the full Russia. plaintiff .neeka. divorce BradfordCounty Atty. for ('( $ IN CHAN. uary aZnrrf..2.i.rld" I ,
the rubber situation pring offensive against J ThomasAm
ently here to stay Telegraph shall pUbllehthl. (()
CKRY.Ruth
her guns but so sklllIlts weekly issues. iv rmrt'iT ("O"RT. BRADFORD '. 1-23 41 2-13 '. ".
somewhat when it how. Ord r In next four > Plaintiff,
was relieved The Red armies were not IN """N.t':11 l ewey On..rn. ..
KI.OHIU .
skipper maneuver that COUNTY, Albert Jame Defendant.OltDKR Wit l>. Morgan Jaukionvllle, Fie vAtty. I' '
1 not struck and escaped was announced that shipments from ver.: believed to be losing anywhere Witness my hand and officialHeal v. OF' PIIHLICATION for Plf. ,\r\\ .
Plaintiff v*
Indies continuing at the whole front at Htarke Florida, thin February Marl Irene Itolcomb AND NOTICE TO APPGAHMTATE 'It '"
the East were early as heavily on Holcomb Defendant. Case No.11T9ORDER .
ands to tell the tale. \ '
4th, 1942.(0F'F'iCIAl. OF FLORIDA to: Albert CIRCUIT COl'HT. BRAIIFORI t
almost a normal pace.A as were the Germans so this taste .. SIEAt.) A.:1. 'l'homasAs 2-27. OP- PUBLICATION James Ollern. Fort Sam Houston II*COIIINTV, FLOllIlJti) IV CHAM- ",,th t'< .'Y)

ILL: glance at the map showed that ()f victory even though temporary, Clerk of nald Court. 24t Florida ANI> NOTICF! TO APPKAIl San Antonio Texan.You VMHr. K
Stark., ".'< ,11
Knight & Knight FredHolcomb am required to appear on Sarah Lee Howell Plaintiff vo. f,
them in FLORIDA to:
East to stand good OF
considerable areas of the Dutch vas, expected for Pit. STATE 42 In h abovenamed ""I, ;,i ,
Attyu. M. C. A.. Went 20thStreet March u.t. Murray Donald Kowell, Defendant. \
Y
:
"
enforcements out of when the time comes to hang and i wherein -f '
Indies were still technically lead N.w York New York. r'irt Case No. 17'4.OIIDBR 1,1'N8

|tement by General Wavell the active war zone and the defeatof on after May 1. iv dRessy ('Olul' BHAI tUAN-)KOHIrOI'NTY. You are required. to appear on Plaintiff' divorce.h shall Dradtor ( PITTUJCATIONANH APPEAR ,
IN above
FXOtUOAl In the ,
at reinforcements" were to the Japanese armada in the Ma Experience of 1940 and 1941 wasthat ('I.HV.' Mart named 2nd Court, 1D42 ami I cauae whereinplaintiff this Order In next four, weekly 8TATHJ P' : to: Murray -

d calling on the SingaporeI straits halted a Jap threat the Russian winter would not Allen Uoldman Plaintiff. vs. MollyUoldman. seekS divorce. Bradford lH.ue.. officialseal Oonah whose reeldenoe .
cassar Defendant, Cane No. 1791.OKufelt hall publish I Wltnenx my hand and > ,' Avenue.
I "defend the city as To- which might have baited much of break until about that time, to any OF PUBLICATIONANI County thin: Order Telegraph Fn next: four weekly at *Starke Florida, this Itth AtlantA Georgia lanklead v ,'

and at that point APPBAH day of January You are required. to appear. en
J defended" than shipping summarily. ppreclable degree NOTICE]! TO Issues. 9.A.
was more the rubber OFFICIAL i.iM J Thomas In the aboy.named .
to STATE OF FJA1IDA to: Molly Witness my hand and nttlrl..1A.al ( Jourt. March 2nd. 1942,
gnlfic ant. Jesse Jones secretary of commerceand the Germans might be expected Ooldman. 473 Konclunko Street at Htarke Florida thin 18th A. Clerk of said 1-20 41 2-20 Court anil cause, wherein

launch another all-out attack. York City New Yok.You tour weekly lnue plaintiff seeks. dlvoroe. Itradfnril
New In next
administrator
I was the bastion that held Loan
Federal Red armies were well into are required to appear on (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J, Thomas ftOFICK Foil County Telegraph hall publish ,
months despite being sur- was author of the statement that ; The March 2nd, 1942. In u.t.h ahoy.named A* Clerk of said. Court. 1-30 4t 1-20 APPlr..TIO'. :1 thin Order In next four w..klylameS. i'

three sides Axis continued to be' molensk province, reporting that Court anil 1 ,., whereinninintiff Sidney' (!. K a.*, Jacknonvllle, FlaAtty. ( .. TAJ ... Iii) ( .
jon by rubber shipments Bradford hand and official f
instead of fighting iieekii divorce for Pit. NOTICE IM HEREBY GIVEN' Witness my
the Germans :
bxlous to wipe it out. and received.He County" ; Telegraph .hall' publish THAT.. I.ab.l Hitch holder. of TaxCrtStcat'sNurnt.ereIrpsp.utlv.iy. seal at Htarke. Florida, this January ., ,

las relieved the allied enough had come in materially holding actions were now hastily thin Order. In next four. weekly IsCUeS. IN .R.T' COIRT.' BRiDKOMnrol'NTY. SImS., 19.2. 1 \ '
by said : BKAL I'
moving back to better fortified lines FLORIUAI IN (JUA'V.CEILY. (20 Inxued the 7th day of July A. (OFKICIAfj ) A. J. Thor. "
five.h to, Increase the United Wltnt" my hand and official D. 1910 247 A 248 Issued. the Sth. A* Clerk of said Court. 1-23 4t 1.11 t. I
States' supply. For instance and trying at all costs to save as seal at Stark Florida. this J .n"OS'FICI'AL William'LIvlngKton. Plaintiff, v*. day of ;Auguxt A. D lt>t': and .I IIs.ust Wm. D Morgan, Jacksonville, "Ia :

statement to the Singa- reserve much material and as many men 1942. Ella Hrowti I Defendant.ORDER the 6th day of August, Atty. for Plf.IV .
tiy smacked of a situation since the war started on December :'i BEAD A. J. Thomas 2.21 1)I nltLf\ I() I). 1929. has filed name In my nt i'

Jeht see reinforce-I 7. he asserted that 114.00* as possible.It AH Clerk of paid Court. 1-6 4t AND NOI' API'EAl fice and has made .pplcaUon CIRCUIT Coin?. IlltAIIPORUCOKMTY $$1
rfifflclent considered probable that the Mchevltx, Jacksonville, Fla. be .
had been received was Nathan STATE tax deed to FLOItlUAl IN CHANCKNY. I',:
nt to Maya to do the same tons of raw rubber Russians would be able before the Atty. for Plf. Brown Livingston whoe realdencela Hald certificate respectively: embrace j
a considerably amount. unknown. the following d...crlhed Robert John Plaintiff, v '
only to relieve the truly .
garrl- : WI.y.
of spring to shove the Germans required to appear on nf : -
coming C"IRft'IT eotR1'. BWAOPORUCOINfY You are ertle I In the County : Ida Mabel l.f.ndant. Ca i'
I send the Japanese on ther He said at least back to Smolensk! IV FLORIUAI 1% CHAN- Monday, March 2nd. 1942. In the. State of Florida, to-wlli No. 1763. 'I' t
some every Court and caune.wherein 12 of Blk ', ''H'f
"We are unloading above named Lot I, ORDER PUBLICATION -
shipped thus giving the Nazis 230 mile. to wm'ienoray.' Audrey plaintiff seeks divorce and Tempi lI"IloJl.: : to Stark* In 0. It
Plaintiff vn.
| this reinforcement was day. and rubber is being cover in reaching Moscow again, a Defendant. Cane No: 172. no other relief. Bradford County NK'/i' of NW>4 part of WM of l1PJN"JClh'NuP'R; ; "
[be sent to Singapore Itself.r every day from the Dutch East In Uray. OF PUBLICATION Telegraph. hall publish this OrderIn NB' W of Ky NK Cor he ,:I
bad already ORDER
to get it as distance that the Russians TO APPKAItSTATES next four weekly l issues. of NW'i4.c.. 18 Twp. S H. R. tlE Its Rlngwood Mldvata.New .: il
r We will continue ANt NOTICB A.n..e. t:1\:
a method was to be foundg dies. hand and said Certificate
fought over twice once going OF FLORIDA to: Audrey Wltnea'* my: ofl..I..1 ,. I I. .mb'Bc..d under J rsoy. 1
at the Japanese rear. long as we can keep the lanes open, and which they whose realdence. !I. unknown.You eat at Starke Florida thl 1th No. 620. Yen are required to appear on I .,:'
can load It. and once coming. Cray to appear on day of January, 1942.OFFICIAL 2. 4 nik 21 March 2nd. 1912, In the abo,. I .I" '
Ight they required 8oio. p.T: ,
be long sis '
lightly held was not and as out would defend even more stubbornly are 1 4J. In the above ( *. .> A, J. Thor. Add'tt" ta3k 28 T H. IH named Court &nd cause whereinplaintiff I"o''ii
but either method.. It was "Some rubber is till coming first time. March 2nd.Court and cause wherein A* Clerk of .aid Court. 1-30 22 t.E'N"I* under seeks divorce. B.dto" 4!"I.
than the named Bradford lohn J. E..q. Atty.: for 247 County Telegraph hall t i II .\,
dlvorte n.nd.ron. pu.U.
ut fieeka .
>
might work. of'Singapore.: had And they would it was pointed out plaintiff Telegraph shall I'ullll.hI Plf.IM Lot I of Blk 21 Temple *44. to this Order In next four '4".I

Ush commentators felt that This was even after the city be able this time to get an ever. ; County Order In next four weekly !.- Htarke Dec. 28 Twp S S R. 22 K. lne i w..kl ,,' In:
1 in the South under siege. The Japs had I COI'RT BflADP'OKD i IN embraced. under Certificate No Wltne my hand and official .
CIRCUIT
Pacific!
would
gone and '
amount of Allied aid ,
Soura. Increasing UWltne. .. hand and official FLOHIUAI IN CHAN.Pearl" I seal at Htarke. Florida, this Jan. -
attack on my COI NTY, 49.1It
btterly If Singapore was to launched an air not be subject to the same qualityof Starke. Florida, this Jan 1 Blk 93 Temple Additionto nary 22nd, 1943.OFFICIAL I': .<,
seal at '
the only major Htarke In NE'' of NW>4 .4k part HEAL) A.:1. Thomas ;
Ithe which ,was 194k.IFF1CI4tt. Northeutt.' ( t
ability to hold the East baya. the Germansso Slat Cribb Plalnlf. I
surprise which gave A. J. Thomas, of W of Ry : An Clerk of said Court. 1-33 4t 1-11 j' "
undergo such a BEAL> Wallace 8. Northeutt. De.n. r8n..Nf'N 'h"T .
would immeasurably bed Javanese port to much advantage the last time. Clerk of saId Court. I-I 4t 2-27 VK. (' ". ""I.n. Jackionvllle Flat.Atty. : j, ,

| if this was to happen. war blow. but it was recalled that it The battle-lines now being so well Nathan An Hthevlti.. Jatkionvllle: Fla. dant.OTTETt OF PtTBLICATIOVAND 6 Certificate. S. H 22.No.E., I I" embraced for Pi. < \\I

[aveU's strong appeal to the would take more than an air blitz to it would be impossible for Atty. for Plf. NOTICR FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Wal The ...H....m. Il. *ald propertyunder : tl \1.)
drawn 0?
iv ciRcrrr COIRT. nit\i>KoRoCOUNTY. '
out of normal No. 620 w.
this STAT' certificate
fenders to hold out at aU put a huge port like much momentum. ,OPOI4I. whose r..lc.ne. laid IN CHAN.C.KHV. ', .
the Nazis to gain i. 'IT rot RT.or"r SIN Nothcut. In the name of C. L. Peek; Th FL.OIIIUt ii
action. FLOHIUAI m ('SIAN.CENY. : la unkn. jf na-lcl property I ''
( *. onMonday. assessment i
INSURANCE: : You are required. to 1943 appear In the aid certificate No. 247 was I In lb.flame : Irene H. "arvlPlalatt. v*. Nor. t 1 't''.
William Lnwry Smyth. Plaintiff I vs.listen March 2nd. of T. L ; the wood H. \, Cane .o' .
d I"Lutherty -
Townsend Bmytb, LetenJant.Case above named Court k"d7v : andno I said under No. 172ORDRR. y "
War *
DamageThe *
the we.'s new ], On Nt *794.ORI'E1 wherein ttk" aid rler. No. rp was In I thename OP PUBLICATION ,7.1 ', :' ,
I G n L I G H.T S ,. in senate by passing a bill giving ( OF PCRLCAI'ION other rel.l. publish.. thin" Comity OrderIn ",Unknown; the assessmentof AND NOTICR TO APPEAR "

of free Insurance AND NOTICF TO AfPKAIl Telegraph said property under nald certificate NTATB OF FLORIDA to: Nor. ', I' !
property l issues.Wiiness '
___ owners weekly ..
four
n HTATFS OF FLORIDA to: HelenTownaend next official NO 211 wae In the name H. Ma"1. whose r..ne.> ,
up to $15,000 for war damage ttmyth Sill Main Street my hand and this 29th of Julian Lt Peek. woo flr. Laurel. D.I.wa I "
eon: A Portland. Ore., New York: Tommy Manville asbcstos showed that it Is willing still fur Darby, Pennsylvania.You seal at Starke. Florida 1-20 4t 220OFFICIAL UnlenM. said Certificate .hal be Yon required to appear on t"
war wasa side required to> appear on day of \ according to theproperties March 2nd, 1942. In the above 'i I
whom redeemed '
Preiideifl heir to are J. Thomas ,
[ Dexter Keezer. the public credit to 4
commit ( Court and wherein I'
ther to 2nd In the above urL\P. descrIbed therein named caue.
rmer editorial writer has issue announced hI would take his eventual victory In the war. March named rtI anJ cause, wherein John J. Aty. for sold| | to the highest bidder 'pltt: plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ,111;

Pde assistant sixth bride April 9, and would stay the plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Plf. I Courthouie d.r on the County Telegraph shall publlHhIhlM .
administratorPee
II would be. Some senators brought up point County Telegraph .hall pubU.b i "FORI day In the month of March 142, Order In next four weekly .- .j >
of Price Administration. married this Ume. No. during the debate that If property this Order In next four weekly Is-1 IN CIHCt VI.ORIOAI BR IN CIIANMaiTr'lce' which Is I the 2nd, day of March, issue.. .(&!
Toronto. 23. coi'NTY. Wktne hand and official i; 4
I under Made Lowe of D. 1942 mr ,
Henderson. be said. Insurance A.
I owners are to be given "UWltne.n my hand and i of f rl..l .. this the 19th. day: of Janus seal at Htarke. Florida, this Jan- I t"" '
: **. announced thatch She had been divorced.Washlngtoat .' why Feb' K. Moore, Plaintiff v D.ted 1942.OFFICIAL ',i
v11 without paying premiums seal at Htarke Florida, this V.fen- I>. 1542. ear? 22nd. .
n circle were i,4.torsIcIAL. Heater arambllnaMoore A. J. Thomas ( StEAL.) A. 3 ThomanA i' .
government head had Capital not the congress also give rmry 2nd. ( HEAL) I
American aid should 8KAL) A. Thomas daat. OFFIII Circuit Court. Bradford Clerk of cab Court. 1-23 4t 3-IJ :
| lend two shiploads of aid stirred by reports that tree insurance to civilians killed : As Clerk of said Court: I-. 4t ssi'l' 0RDP.Tt OF PUBLICATION County State of Florida. Wm n. Morgan Jackionvllle, Flo .

U" Rommel in Libya weekly to Russia bad fallen below SO percent as the result of the war. Frank Landrum Starke, Jr_. STATE AND NOTICB OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to; Ilnt.r 1.1 4t 1-13 I Ally. for PI. 4

he suppiie Pahote at Tunis. of the amount promised. Alt. for Plf. I R



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1 PAGE six 1A_ r..ORDCOUNTr TELEGRAPH.. STARKER FLORIDA --

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va ", PACK RIGHT BRADFORD COVNTV TWzLJ GRAPH. STAKKB. FLORIDA FIUDAV. FEJBRUARV-,Q,



fitH.rto \ ODAY L-1 FARMERS' SECTION ABOVE HULLABALOO!;


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Kathleen Norris Says ;: I tout HINTS FOR TILEHOUSEHOLD RURAL -


,I : COMMON SENSE. ) t :; =

Women's Share of War Is Service I TOMORROWI THRIFT FOR DEFENSE The wheels of agriculture must -

I Rural women and girls have turn in 1942 as never before.

; (BeD Syndics .-WNU Service.) practiced thrift in timed of need. Farmers must produce more with -
180BII'1SONPROSPERITY
I II II II Now we have a new incentive to less labor than at any other time By LYTLE IIULL

practice thrift for Uncle Sam'a in history. It is a gigantic task '
Ups and Downs
Rx need. We can practice thrift and but It will be done, for the American -
ordersThis
save those dimes and dollars for farmer has never failed and A month' or so ago the German has not suffered from low tid ,
talk about a big depression buying defense stamps and bonds. will not do so now. But It will I military position appeared to be un- Sides as prospered with the"
1
after the war is a lot of hooey-ifwe h
assailable. Then some Heinle witha .
By keeping up the little ends require Immediate planning and
1"t want it to be hooey. After the decided The
that to the home a action. methods and one track "up" complex corner grocer i
war we can have the biggest period go making Haphazard that the German army should "takea there without heartSS
of prosperity we ever dreamed cheerful, bright place, the morale guesswork must be adjourned for day oft" and clean up Russia. InS struggle against many a
about. of the family I will be the duration. almost top!
Since then the Nazi star seems to mountable odds; the town
r v i Our war program has shown and us strengthened. Nothing adds more Keeping the wheels of agriculture be falling. But unless this war fought a long bard uphill b
the formula for that Gihi
ii formula can be prosperity applied in to a room than bright clean walls turning will require careful comes to a very sudden and unexpected get where he is; Silasi Jane
peacetime
as well as war-time. and woodwork. Dust and smoke attention to farm machinery, termination Uiie w the big farm down the road-lS

The government has Increasedthe can be removed from papered orcalsomlned prompt ordering of parts needed rise again, and it many a drop of blood befonTl
and then it will again soar only to reached the position
1k national income to its highest walla by a home-made of comton
for repairs, prompt repair of .
Let that which he
fall once more. us hope and his family
point In history by placing gigantic wall-cleaner made with the following : nOlf
small breaks, oiling as needed elves it
upon one of these nose George Washington and
orders for planes, tanks and guns. Abr
1-2
Because of these order. every factory ingredients: 1 cups storing when not in use, and any- stays: down. I Lincoln would have committed
is bumming day and night and flour, 1-2 cup' warm water, 2 thing else which will contributeto The Japanese star-at the mo-; clde: If they had been any thine

almost every worker is employedat tblsp. salt, 2 tblsp. vinegar, 2 the life of. farm equipment. ment of this writing-is cometlng "giants." A great many em ,

high wages. tblsp. ammonia, and 1 tblsp. kerosene -I New machinery is practically out steadily toward the apex except for this world will commit sulcM.J

We the people of the United of the question, so the old must an occasional bump as It hits an cause they can't stand the JOB
Allied air pocket It, too, will reacha which we humans
; States, can keep those factory are all
And here the directions goes
are : be made to do. Sufficient metals
and descend sharply onlyto get before the
wheels humming after the war if ceiling war is over no
we place similar gigantic orders for Combine all Ingredients and cook have been allocated for repair rise and descend and rise and ter which side of the struggle

+ consumer goods to be delivered as in a double boiler. Stir aa long parts to supply the demand, but descend.again. This is the pattern are on. /

i hx I quickly as possible after1he war as possible then cut and fold until it Is.emphasized that orders which all wars follow. This is the All life consists of ups and do

all raw flour appears to be should be placed early pattern> which all endeavor in life and 99 per cent of aU human
ends.We
: can place our orders now: by cooked. Be sure the production follow The Good Lord just cre- action Is to struggle harder wit
rt laying to the manufacturers of our is stiff not sticky. Remove the Frazier Rogers, professor of ated things that way. If the principle things get bad and to relax th

', ,= country: from kettle and knead in agricultural engineering at the of "whatever goes up must they look good. Occasional!
"c "The year after the war ends we mass University of Florida College of come down" didn't exist we would national affairs-a great leaders,
want 5.000,000 automobiles. 100,000 the hands for a few moments until Agriculture suggests that farm- continue in the direction in whichwe rice his nation to success ben

: private planes, 3,000,000 refrigerators it appears elastic Place in a era be systematic about their In- originally started and upset the he inspires his people to itniu*

a million miles of new roads, covered can until cooled. spection of machinery, and not laws of nature. unceasingly with him whtiw
4000.000 radio receivers and a big Hannibal had his and downs.So things look
-tai This la to be used a, any cleaning depend on their memories to tell ups promising or black;*
quantity of anything new you've got did I .Julius! Caesar! _and Alexanderand he wins his wars during then*..
dough. Clean a strip of surface them what repairs are needed F
which will add
to our comforts and Napoleon and urant ana Lee of relaxation on the part ou
enjoyment: of life." at a time.- working- from the a, remembered from the close of and Focb and Hindenburg; and now enemy.

j i aiJi There's only one hitch. They will top downward without pressureon last season. He says a detailed all of us enthusiastic fighters are It Is a dreary; job to write jto
want to know where the money is the dough and finish the strip Inspection should be made of "in for ours" and those who have the shocks and: disappointment/i

coming from and we've got to with the arm In action Insteadof every piece of machinery on the the last ':up" will be the winners. come-but we are going to get tba

Ih have the answer ready. stopping abruptly. Slightly farm. Then definite orders can It is up to us to be "up" when the while this war continues and fe

I PAYMENT IJondsHere' overlap each strip. Fold the and should be placed immediatelywith shooting stops.A are going to be .much wore fe
,. budding young Industrial soldier we now imagine At the end,th.
dough over as it becomes soiled.If the
the answer to where the implement dealers for named John D. Rockefeller the sun peeps through the cloud

I L money can come from for us to the .dough becomes too dry, repair parts needed. started an oil war a generation or war there will be a rainbow ud::
? guarantee payment on the world' during the process of cleaning Sometimes when parts are not so ago, and probably bad as many will be for us; for our people

biggest orders for consumer goods: work a few drops of water in by obtainable It is possible to have ups and downs as Napoleon had. He lose wars. Our war history,aito

h We must put ourselves In the position folding and kneading, but make them made locally. Farmers never weakened and finally: becamethe our peace record, shows ttuti

Mury hot knitted mart than on. hundred hetmtu. The imM firli knit, to say, when the war ends: sure this Is uniformly blended as themselves often are excellent victorious leader of one of the American people start slowly
] q I loo. TA.y are knitting than mtl-imict r".nu that reputedly "We've been saving the money for world's great industries. get battered around
art neat popu- these since a moist spot will mar the wall blacksmiths and metal workers. pretty bit
goods ever the war .tart-
j Imr in .ald.a"'er
any And so it all through time. during the
camp. goes early period-but
surface. The asunder
ed. As dough still cleans
a group we have saved billions Machinery repair classes are be-
Neither
: By KATHLEEN NORRIS of dollars a .ear-and if you well after it haa become black ing held under the direction of exists-in war or out nor of period history nor-which man them. way nothing has ever elope!

DOING, THEIR SHARE want to see it, just go ask the with wall soil. vocational agriculture teachers in
woman isITgoing defense bond department of the
I to of in Mary Cafes might be someone U. S. treasury They're holding it To absorb a small grease. spot, some communities" offering--- addi-- and even thousands of pounds of
-
come
1 age you know. She might be for us. We offer it as security, for coat it with talcum powder or tional training. junk metal can be salvaged and To.relic

next few years. She one of your friends or neigh- payment on all the goods :you can powdered chalk. Allow the At the same time Florida farm. contributed to the Nation. USDA COLDS

is going to put aside the grabbing bors. She might, in fact. be deliver to us." pow- ers are checking their equipment War Bonds and the State Defense Hl.er7 -

'?., boasting, playing, un- you yourself. She is a typical Of course we can't say that unless der to remain for a few hours. for needed repairs they can check I Council are now working out
we actually do put that money Then brush off. Fuller's earth, up on the scrap metal on the plant for the sale of this
thinking ways of a child, and American mother, poorer than aside. But defense bond. offer usa mixed to a stiff paste with scrapIn Liquid T.U..|
i place and make plans to sell it to every county.MANUSCRIPT. 6 6; 6
double-barreled Salve
develop her own consciousness tome richer than many. With incentive to do ammonia, will take with it grease the junk dealer and get It into *None
this. For In buying defense bondswe Coach Drop I
three
children
; and her to take of from quite
care a prominent
? own soul. are not only getting ready to spot when I the Nation's vast furnaces which CO'\"ERS-I

She is going to waste less neither she nor her husband put on this post-war spending spree applied to the stop ahd then 'are sorely in need of such scrap I per 100-BRADFORD COUNTY Try "tit.arTi.m"woH.oLl.lme.e .

i, food; buy fewer things that has much money to spend on but we are also lending the government brushed off after It haa dried. metals. On many farms hundreds : TELEGRAPH.
entertainment or luxuries. But the money it must have to
4 : she doesn't want; stop throw- carry on our gigantic war program. I
they
S4 ing aside perfectly good garments manage to buy defense Furthermore by putting a good '
'amp- just once in a chunk of
i our present income in
r1' 1 for newer garments; while when they think of it, bonds Instead of spending it on I. I Ij

? stop flocking to poor shows that but every week. Mary knits, goods, we are aiding in lessening

she doesn't care,much about seeing and her little girls are also the strain on our present over-taxed 1 1e
anyway. production faculties-another con- j

She .. going to learn the value of learning to knit. Her stepson tribution to the welfare of our na-
wants to join the Marines. tion.
the thing she has always taken for

h granted: things she has felt that everyone Simple average everyday DEMANDS planning
Americans, they do their shareto :
I haa and she must have a* a To show that we mean business '

matter of course. Money Is going to help our country, win the in taking it upon ourselves to pre-

look quite different to her in he victory which may, at long vent a post-war depression by demanding r

next few years, and such commonplaces last, mean a permanent peace. the continuance of super 'r

: _as. a good dinner a safeIt.1 production'' after the war perhapswe
e home, firelight and books and friendly should write up our order now
? } J faces, suddenly are going to lion and she, does not forget prayer. and get every; citizen to sign it. We
appear Every could say something like this
to be the miracles morning before seven she :
they ars. walks to church for 20 minutes of an "To the manufacturers of the
AU One United States
Now.
earnest service : RIGINATORII
and when she walks
And since Immigration has stopped home to start breakfast her face is "We the people of the United
abort and may not begin again for always bright States are going to go without luxuries -
r a decade, we're and without many necessities
gradually going to
But perhaps the finest '
!t thing about during the war period.
: unify ourselves into a strong, nationally Mary Gates la her mental, moral "Our automobiles are going to

leveled people. Not Irlabt and spiritual attitude. Her only wear out, our homes are going togo

American any more, not Italian- brother is out on the great north without repairs our refrigerators

American not belonging any more Atlantic on a destroyer; Mary; knowsin washing machines and vacuum -
to the varied lands that gave our cleaners are going to deteri
her heart what the
from
news

,: forefathers devoted solely birth to our but own all one country.now; Don may be at any moment. But orate."That's all right with us. We outstanding leader of the
she
faces
and the immortal whatever may come with want you to stick to production of
principles that complete fortitude. war supplies until
victory is
won.
have made her what she la. She will do what she can. in the We'll get along

t We win not buy it cheaply: the I years ahead, every day and every I "But the day the war ends we

world-peace that must come out of hour; she will pray and work and want :you to rush our consumer
CAR
all this. There will be no nation in plan over eacb new duty each goods just as fast as you are now CONSERVATION:
the world that will not be bled white producing war equipment. We'll
1k44t change as it arrives, and
no one need
before it arrives. But when it does will ever hear her everything then, and we'll
arrive U It finds us understanding complaining of have the money ready to pay) for it.
i ourselves and the world that is at war or vainly We want :you to give us better \
our neighbor and our wishing that things could equipment
social go backto greater comfort and it 7
obligations better. It will not what they were. bigger supply of goods than we
have been in vain. have ever had before.
Things won't back.
go They'llnever
This is the story: of Mary; Cate,. quite go back. But perhaps "We want you to start planning

I know there are many women like we'll aU be simpler and kinder leas' right now on how you are going to PLAN'Designed

her but she happens to be the example exacting, less rapacious, when this shift overnight from producing war h e
that has come to my personal supplies to making the things we
tragedy is
over. Perhaps the sacri
want We don't
knowledge and I want the women flees want any delays In
hospitalities
and "
, generositiesof filling our order.
who "would
love
to do
something war will be
extended to days of
;, 1 but hear don't know how to get at it," to peace and nobody will have ten FUTURE installments slat

about her. times too much of the necessities of President Roosevelt has ordered ,
4.4 Mary is 34, the wife of a man life, and nobody will have 183.000 planes. 110.000 tank. 65,000 to America's /
only onetenth keep
for
the
t whose Income is $3,400 a year. She enough. antiaircraft: guns and 18.000,000 cars serving

4'S has daughters 8 and 10 years old tons of ships. Industry has said:
and a Lift Tour Hearts. "We can do it We'll fill that or- duration. To
stepson who has Just volun- So lift der." prolong the life of your car-to
teered for service in the marine your hearts and get into
To begin with Mary the side of this fight that does not If the American public places an '

i lars a week and takes saves two two more dol- Involve hate or revenge or uglinessof order.for like that for consumer goods avoid many major repair bills-to protect your '
the .
greatest
out of the paycheck each any kind but just loving and supply of consumer
to
month goods ever produced there
serving. The -
buy government stamps. She puts I; choosing the situation is not of our is no question that we will get the pocketbook-to preserve your motor car trans-
; decisions have
these in her been
daughters' names. She same reply from Industry eo long
made a houae-to-houae canvass made for us, and In that very fact as> we can show the color of our
her entire neighborhood rather of there lies a certain sorrowful satis. money. And there's no: question portation. See your Chevrolet dealer today '

'humble onto pick faction, a certain conviction that no that every man win keep his job ,

packs of cards for the up boy games.' club and in matter bow difficult our path may after this order.the war, if industry accepts / for full details of Chevrolet's' original "Car
be. at least it has been
the nearest made plain.
camp. She had printed Many: years I In spite of taxes and higher living 'fir
Y at her own expense a Hat of things, lines of an old hymn.ago found some coats, most of us still can figure Conservation Plan" and keep [1CTORY
often thrown away in the household : I've thoughtof out how to do some real saving your car
ui that would be them often In the last few weeks. from
acceptable gifts for now on. It's certainly worth
r k soldiers. At Christmas time she bad Here they are. perhaps Imperfectly plenty of sacrifice If we look at it serving well by keeping it well serviced. Beth CONSERVE COOUNG

t six soldiers to dinner, and a small quoted, but the spirit is there: in the light of what we are saving iii .TAre. SYSTEM
tnr.
present for each I iciest
was on her tree.
I: Mary knits helmets steadily she When you come to the Red Sea Let's start now-every one: of us tLONDsi

iw has knitted more than a hundred; place in your life. -to make installment paymentson : A MOBILE NATION IS A STRONG
future NATION
When there's nothing else delivery of the highest i
JI' but altogether.. does The yarn is given her. do. you can: standard of living ever l known to I
J .he the knitting man!
Children There I. no way back there is no

f} The small girls knit Help too; they are There way Is 'round. Florida Exhibit Aided
knitting those no other way but through. 1 Always see your local
all-service V
that reputedly : garments Then trust in the Lord with a faith Mrs Marjorie Wilt, of DeLand.
are
all In most popular of supreme, appeared before the Board of CHEVROLET

are first any simply cold-weather oblongs camp. These 'Till the dark and the night are County Commissioner recently In CONSERVE DEALER FOR SERVICE
of
knitting
about 24 gone. the Interests or frlorlda National CONSERVE lytrtVIIAl ,
by 22 Inchea. .
I
ENGINE
sewed into tubes, to be They pulled are He will still the waves; He will Exhibits, and the Board appropri on any car or truck PAtf
up calm the storm ated 1230:
r4r into the armpits to out of the 1042-43 bud'rlet -
protect
the en- When He says to your soul >' to further
t're body from "Co the Interests of
cold
or to be drawn "
over the head to keep on. Florida and Bradford County In j
throat
chest
and shoulders warm. these famous exhibits.STENOORAl'11E1tE1. Torode !
tS, There is no other Chevrolet
,S n old and faithful Red Cross but THROUGH. And way for us now Company
we will
ker get
Mary keeps up this obllga- through MOT
PADS_
ISO
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and Polka Dots Are
Stripes
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Shown.
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SUCCESSFULPARENTHOOD By CHERIE NICHOLAS ,

About the most exciting story; r

fashion has to tell it that of blouses

made of big dazzlingly colorful I 1
T4jr
prints. The newest out! They will ,

., liven your spring suit. Make It a .r; It '# .

point to see these new blouse fash I __
PATRICIA DOW ions. An attractive feature about I -

_JI these new print blouses is that 1
.9 MBS. CATHERINE CONRAD ZDWJUDStdltar. fastening ,
By many of them are collarlcss, ,

Auodale VomUT M.-. with a huge self-fabric bow tied r I'

I t the throat. It Ita IYI :.0:." l lI'j

,, Another blouse fashion that is L ,
NOTHING SHORT OF TOTAL HEALThIre & t making good this season In a big (
q.tstIt 'I 'r
way Is the type that is bias across _i% ).' '

being told by our ,overn. capable of. An awkward person the front in a surplice, and fastens I % ;-. ;

hat one way women-can help who spills food and knocks over in a wrap-around effect over the ., : s '
health small of .
Is to look after the pieces furniture. or who .
can '
war skirt Bright monotone crepes ,. ,
.
drives automobile
This Is excellent an erratically, is '
r and families.we urge you to Bend for not as healthy as he could be for ,cXc \ be styled attractively in this way. _-z p 5t I

endld material 011! feeding the his head and his body don't work r$ However the latest fashion decreeIs S ;rtet ) S ,.
well. In other to make the surplice over-xhe- : .
properly and on generalare together words. max- JIA 5 'p Lti144
which Is published by the imum health means a sound. well- ? hips blouses of bright silk or rayon r '

children's bureau. There's adjusted mind In a sound body. ( ;: I fr1.1I3fl' print. They look dressy enough for St'
onderful "best seller," "In- But U standards have been raised any: daytime affair.' For more formal : ) I5 S .5 .

are" to be had tor 10 cents.in so has our knowledge Increased of fI occasions there are beautiful & '

popularity Is "The Child how to achieve this positive conception surplice blouses available in bright __ ,, ;

One to Six": his care andg of health. We know now i'U colored !aces.You'U S S ,, t :
"Well-Nourished what constitutes a well-balanced .
15 cents. love the pretty blouses fashioned AJSS. nTSttm.TTMiti jny --- :
diet. We know that
free. "Home Play and exercise has of
Equipment en, for the Preschool i Its place but that it'i not the whole with the utmost simplicity of This Valentine Cake Goes Straight to Your Heart! ,
In road to fitness. We know the rayon jersey In the brightest
10 cents. "Good Posture ravages jIfl'f24iF.IIi1: ; (See Recipes Below) SCupid's
ttle Child." live cents. Thises a troubled mind can make on monotones such as kelly green. l

that help to develop an otherwise sound body. We know ? .'. coral flamingo pink or the new S
posture games habits. "Guiding the that a mind without purpose doesn't I : { i : much-exploited China pink. There Day Valentine Day Supper Party .:

scent" 10 cents. Address your sparkle with health and that selfish I ::i.I:; :1cr': is also turquoise. aqua, cerise the I
to Children's Bureau U. S. living isn't healthy either. We know new and popular gold color and Hearts are king for a day and Chicken Loaf With Mushroom ,\ I

i tment of Labor, Washington. that leisure should be not only a I .r':.; ...:j bright red. with these magic little symbols you Sauce or 5. 5

time for fun but that there should ,&za:;; ::x:;:: Gay stripes and polka dots still can do up some Assorted Cold Meat and Cheese :
randmother's day the general be mental stimulation as well. That flourish. Th. chic of border printsis magic tricks that Bread or Rolls Relishes ", ,.

iption of health for children occupations for the hands are valuable : ,:: i 1. emphasized in blouse collections will make smrll / Valentine's Day Salad S

ho get them through the win for mental health and that a The Important prlnt-wlth-plaln the bordering used for ties and finish entertaining a trf-( Meringues With Strawberry;: Ice (,oJ ". ,

Ithout a serious case of croup. spell of nice old-fashioned loafing them.-Is dramatically demonstratedIn ings at throat and wrist Many of umph. You can Cream or S.
and then
is too.
pneumonia. They a good thing now \ ,
erla or and sniffle and cough For what we're finding out at last this long torsoed bodice of brilliant the surplice types that slip on at a have a party If Ice Cream Molds t '

|lonths sneeze but 10 long as they could Is that health balance isn't gainedby floral printed taffeta combined moment's notice tie with the bordered you like in the Coffee SChildren' .S.. !

jut of bed she took frequent going to extremes in any one with a full flaring skirt of elegant part of the print that fashions Valentine theme, '
Valentine Party
i for granted. type of personal care. rayon faille. The print trails off into them. or you can WorkIn '

[ no longer accept the mere ab- In other words, don't pursue an appliqued leaf design on the skirt. the decorations -

k of Ulnesi. or even this bor. germs with fanatic zeal and fail to The sequin edged drape on the hat \ of hearts Cupids, Heart-Shaped SandwichesHot .,

fie between ailing and feeling do something about childish wor. Interprets another popular fashion.HEALTH I red-and-whlte or Chocolate

las normal health. Moreover.Ink ries. Don't concentrate on vitaminsand -'} __ pink-and-whlte color schemes In Just Ice Cream or Sherbet
fail to make mealtime pleasant --- Cake
of health as total well- St Valentine's Day
.;. A cross person for Instance. for the whole family. Don't workto mJ\\ SIX serving refreshments.The Recipes Given. "
idea is to be festive and just S
latter what his chest expansion. develop muscles and neglect to !
II .
it enjoying all the health he Is foster a sense of humor. gay enough to put you and your ; ,

\ family: in a good mood. So plan Itt cups cottage cheese 'i. '

n INCHSERMON to be on speaking terms with Valen.tine's H cup finely chopped celery I,

FLA. STATE FARM day: with the star selectionsI'm Salt and pepper "

E By E. K. llouv'let Q including In today's recipes. Dash of cayenne pepper ,."' S

9lLS If you're really planning a party Lettuce and other greens :

BRIDGE CLUB 8084- any number of ideas offer them- Place a border of thin strips of
Miss Ruth Henhfleld was last of the en ,
selves as a gracious part heart.shdpecl -f
of
around the bottom
week's hostei-a to the bridge club ARTtE M'OOVERPIChildren's If you'refar pimiento I
9 Princess Frock ROBERT IL HARPER tertainment. For Instance ; mold., Place small hearts "
IOMEev Mrs. E. C. Scott won high and : REV. enough north to have Ice, an '-
coat Dissolve
Pattern No. 8084-Just like a cut from pimiento In center.
Mrs. Robt. Kite bingo. Both received rr to get in and out of it because It ice carnival is fun. A masqueradeIn gelatin In cold water and finish -
Defense Stamps. Miss j jHerahfielil buttons down the front this is an Tfce ll..ulin8I\ in;"try o l la.u. which the guests come dressed as dissolving over hot water. Adi:

: served a dessert course' Teeth Need excellent style for all little girls I.essoa for February JSl Mark 2l some of Cupid's famous victims goes cottage cheese, mix well, then eel Ii :

1 to her guests. Care because it enables them to dress 112. over well., A card party featuring and seasonings. Fill molds, chill i
on princess 14, 14. cry;: {
i themselves Cut. too Col Jan Teat> Matthew games such as "Hearts" or 'OldMaid" lettuce.
Kiec Dennis Fancher was yesterday1called Many: parents who are otherwise lines it Is flattering to all figuresit that busy Sabbath needs, and when firm unmold on "I
.n after or '
of at Sl cetMiiV_ welfare Not long might answer your describes Somedl.hes 4", : !
full.pleasing ,
the physical
and Extra
leave gives
to service, and will scrupulous about slims the chubby studied In the last lesson. JesuS was heart and cu- special
with
Wednesday for Norfolk Va., to' of their children are apt to be lines to the overly: thin in Capernaum. And people perhaps a dance perfectly: and such Is my 11' j

P., MARY E. DAGUE receive six months' naval train I lax In giving proper attention to child. To give it a becoming finish again gathered so closely! about Peter s pid decorations in crepe paper.St. verdict for this chicken loaf: ,r I".

mbor of Sliter Marys Kitchen. 'their first teeth. Despite constant add a' daintily: lace or rlc-rao door that the four men bearing apalsied Valentine's Day Cake .Chicken Loaf With '( ij;( ;'
ough the unusually warmer ing. 'warnings of doctors and dentists' trimmed -white collar at the neckline man had to resort to the 3 cups sifted cake flour ,If' "
we had in November may Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman the notion still persists that since -and a band of the lame trim expedient of which we read In the 3 teaspoons double-acting baking Mushroom bsuce.S 'I "', I'

I affected some of the flowering returned Sunday night from attending these to-called "milk teeth" will be at the,sleeves. .. .nfAaitnt, lesson. nnwderVi S (Serves 10 to 12) S i iI

bs BO that they won't respond the funeral of Mrs. Sadie replaced later on by the permanent. Pattern No. 8084 Is designed for -No 'doubt-Jesus startled his critics teaspoon salt 4-pound chicken stewed, meat 'i Udiced I

rclng In the house this season Singleton, and the marriage of molars they do not need attitude any is special as sizes 2. 4, 6, 8 and 10 years. Size when he read their thoughtsand H cup butter or other shortening1V I r

always are plenty that will their son Lt. Robt. Chapman in care. Such an false. The condition 4 takes 2 yards 39-inch material, to confirm his authority to and forgive cups sugar \Vt cups chicken brotii S Slcupmilk
I us much satisfaction when we dangerous as it Is direct Yi ;yard for collar. sins bade the man arise ;
has a milkteaspoon
Tennessee. of a child's teeth dissipation had led 1 cup '
them in for early blooming. walk. Perhaps
1'
ForsythIa or golden bell re- J. G. Caldwell and daughters, bearing on his general health. to the poor fellow' aflllctlon. Thereis Mi lemon extract 3 eggs ;1\

S i about a two-weeks' sojourn Lila. Ray and Peggy, spent the Moreover, when the first teeth are set often a direct connection betweensin 4 egg whites, stiffly beaten Salt and pepper a *, t:,

pe house before it will bloom week-end with :M r. Caldwell'a well cared for the healthy permanent founda- N.me..............................-. and disease. The great needof of Sift flour once measure, add baking Vt cup bread crumbs .. S ,S
only one wed is needed to at Ocklawaha. Is given a sound. still habitsof the palsied man was healing powder and salt, and sift together Plmlento, .j

out the pussy willow. Most parents. Cox returned Friday tion.mouth More hygiene important Instilled in a Addr.......,........................ soul. Let us In our order healing that Jesus ministry three times. Cream butter 1 cup rice .S ,
shrubs need from three to Mrs R. H. inestimable value : preserve the thoroughly, add sugar gradually and Cook rice In boiling .alted water I
of Matthew
I weeks in the house to. bring from a pleasant visit with young because child they are carry over Into later ...................................... Indicated John's In his disciples.answer ( cream together until light and flufTy. until done. Do not rinse. Beat egg
d Into flower. relatives at Montverde. measure 11:9): to alternately with milk a add to rice. Then
life and Insure. in some Consider the example of the four Add flour ;yolks slightly:
tan hen :you cut the branches This make Robert Kite accompanied by his protection against the adult. N anieOfpaper........................ friends. They' felt a brother's need small amount at a time beating after add chicken bread crumbs chicken

[ is for slanting the cut the precau-bush. sister, Mrs. Sina Kite BUtch re diseases which have their source In and a brother's woe. co-operated to each addition until smooth. Add broth milk stiffly beaten egg whites
benefit of
> the rut *.nH. In.. n1..ntv, nf teold turned Sunday night from a visit UllCWlCU' '__._-!. *.*a.*..tH. -and Q crums._ his Pattern No......... Six*......... help him. were not deterred by difficulties lemon extract. Fold In egg whites and seasonings Butter a loaf pan .
-- -- -
-- h uid-l to use
fr .ncTiprihbr ncb and of several days In Tennen ee. A child learn as he learns to ..".. IS e-nU In coin (for and were resourcefuLLove believed quickly and thoroughly. Bake In and dredge e with extra bread
soon They
and toothbrush as d..lr.dl( to- always finds a way. ; 9 by 0 by 3Vinches of pimiento all
i every day until the buds open. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler his fork and spoon. Incidentally sara peturp In Jesus. It Is said that he heart-shaped pan, crumbs. Lay strips
S S Patricia McRae visited relatives use be sure he has a tiny brush Patricia Dow Patterns their faith-the faith of the in a moderate (330-degree) along bottom of pan diagonally.;: Add

ere's nothing that brings back and friends in McIntosh and with soft bristles that will not irri- tOS W. 17th St.. New York. N. Y. four saw friends and the faith of the oven 05 minutes or until done. chicken mixture. Bake in a mod ,,
uster and colors of carpets and Ocala Sunday. tate the delicate gums. Regular afflicted man. Spread rose-tinted Seven Minute erate (3SO-dgree) oven 1% hours In .

I like a good scrubbing. I have visits to the dentist two or three Such a co-opsratlon of faith is frosting on top of cake. Sprinkle a pan of hot water. Allow to stand
North are
lend who shampoos a pair of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. exhibitof times a year are Imperative trouble not, greatly needed by: those who are moist sweetened coconut on sides of Vi hour in pan after taking from S
sIze delicate Chinese rugs two In T&mpa supervising the only to check any dental HAMPTON concerned to help others. It would cake while frosting Is still soft. Dec oven before attempting to immold. '
hree times during the winter the State Farm at the Fair.Miss I but also to establish the child's confidence Mrs. M. \V. Morrow seem that the great crowd thatath.red with cardboard arrow and '
they;: always are lovely;: and Louise Cox ,of MontverdeIs and dispel any fear that so closely together that orate top For mushroom sauce, cannedmushroom '

In,. There are several excel- visiting at the home of her may arise In his mind: THIS WEEK AT flh1CHL'RCIUS day, : in their selfishness and indifference a heart of cocoanut. soup may be used. Fl.'f I

I cleaners on the market or ;you: and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. that th* four friends could Seven Minnie Frosting. vor with the juice of a half lemon "
like to try: the following for. uncle VALLEY L. Sand. not reach the door fctl- back when :3 egg whites, unbeaten and a dash of nutmeg If ;you: desire "
a that I have used many times H. Cox. PLEASANT Christian-Capt. James. the palsied man took up his bed IVi cups sugar to make a mushroom sauce.
both oriental and domestic car. Merrill Robinson accompanied lln 3:30: Service. And they ,were water
Mrs. Hy Miss Mary Johnson and went forth. I 5 tablespoons make :2 of medium white sauce.
It's very easy to make and by her grandmother, Mrs. Baptist-Rev. C. A. Warren- amazed and glorified God. A larger IVi teaspoons light! corn syrup cups sauteed. chopped. cannedor .
1
add
[hard to use. H. L. Parker, has returned to Miss Eunice Snowden, an employee I Morning and Evening Service. co-operation .of faith today: would 1 teaspoon vanilla fresh cup cooked mushrooms. Season
ut 1 chloroform and
ounce each of startedback to the churches
I ether:, 1 tablespoon plain table her home In Jacksonville. at Camp this Blanding.week. Miss George Thomas of Vallosta give lead new many power to a new evaluation of Rose vegetable coloring water this with lemon juice and nutmeg. S
and soda Mildred McCreary of to work several Combine egg whites, sugar and chewy, are
1 Mlsa
> tablespoon baking Ga., Is spending/ the gospel of love. Meringues crisp ;:
1 cup of ammonia in a pint Jacksonville la the attractive _n"_witt np and Ralford Brooks ofProvidence welcs(__ ,with Mrs. L. G. Young, and corn syrup In top of double boller unexcelled for desserts when main
Mix and fill with Mrs P. D. visiting Misses beating with .
thoroughly: guest of Mr. and were I courses are on
er. Dissolve V4 cake laundry;: Fancher. Lolo and Mary Johnson Sunday Corp and Mro. M. C. Vining Buns- Bakery .._.I'i'rotary egg beater the hearty side.
1 In 3 water. Use making their home at until thoroughly S
quarts boiling
now r
are fr'V' S
the ammonia mixture and half Mrs. Bryan Whitfield spent af tei'noon. Carolina Beach N. C. The Starke Bakery which Carl mixed. Place They lend themselves

soap jelly in a pall of hot wa- Monday in Gainesville.Mr. Victims of the mumps In thin W. C. Crosby of Plant City Is Jackson wild to G. S. Kuler four over rapidly boilIng to all types :

j scrubbing not more than two and Mrs. J. C. Wallace and section are: Ethel Johnson, Marie visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. W. monthn ago>> has again changed .A water beat of decorations /L\ .

lare feet of carpet at a time. Mrs. J. W. Dunn visited relatives ? :Moody, Mrs. Tetstone and hands. Mr9, T. J. Alderman of constantly with and in this Instance I
Swindle.
Ise Tof at once with a cloth wrung and attended to business In Jacksonville family and Mrs. Obey' Moody and Mrs. Earl! Cfcea-er: and daugh. Hampton, bought the business rotary beater and you canserve '
clear water. Let the rug or Mr. them filled S
Leona. from
pet dry where it won't be Friday. daughter tel''. Janice, of Baldwin are spending Tuesday February 3. cook seven minutes r S I
hed on a fiat surface. Mr. and Mrs R. H, Cox attended Mrs. D. I. Knight and daugh. the week with :Mrs. Ches- Kuter. The consideration Mrs. or until frostIng with strawberry t
S
S S the funeral of Mr. Cox'a ter. Mildred of North Starke ser's mother, Mrs. G. W, Rahme, Alderman stated last Tuesday stands In peaks. Remove from ics cream Ices.or one S.
of the red
efore you begin serious spring uncle, James Lowrey, at iioniiverde were visiting Mrs. John Snowdenand Sr. was ,$1,500. Mrs. Alderman touk boiling water: add vanilla and beat Meringues.

fling clean dresser drawers and Sunday. family Friday afternoon.Pvt. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Burton and charge at once while Mr. Kuter until thick enough to spread. Tint .(Makes 10 shells) ; S

boards. Look over your stock Floyd Robinson! 0 t Winter Chester Moody of Tampa family of Crescent City were went ,back to his old construction: with vegetable coloring. e whites :' S

leaning polishes materials such as soapsd and Haven Is visiting his parents and was visiting. ,his parents. Mr. and Kuesto Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.J. job at Cmp'Dlandlng., Valentine's Day: Salad. H egg cup granulated sugar S

ishes and replenish and sponges where U'. with, his mother, Mrs. I. L. Robinson Mrv. Marion Moody" and his wife, I. Chason. Mrs. Alderman baa purchased a (Serves 6) V. teaspoon salt I'
the day recently in Butler recently., Young spent the weekend new Peerlees coke and wood oven,, Pimlento ,I
ssary. Then when the urge to spent of Lake Gloria H teaspoon vinegar t "
bedding and rugs and draperies Jacksonville.Mr. Robert Ogle rather hurriedlyleft with her grandparents, Mr. and expects to paint and remodel IV teaspoons gelatin H teaspoon vanilla 1;, l

rtakes you everything is ready and Mrs. B. Hershfleld en- a haunted house at Lake Butler and Mrs. T. F. Davis in Val- the Inside of the building on :2 tablespoons cold water Add salt and vinegar' to egg : ,,

go ahead and finish each room. tertalnod for several days this Friday night forgetting his doata, Ga.Frederick. South Thompson street at once. whites then beat until foamy; Add '
.
'e S week their niece and nephew, shovel and 22 rifle. I hope he : Watterson and Olin The Alderman live on a farm vanilla, then add sugar two table (,., '"
ook over your house dresses and and son Irving, both of Jacksonville mile east of Hampton and .,
Cohen fast. Bayst
Mrs. M. didn't get hurt running so Beadenbaugn one Lynn spoonfuls at a &time beating steadily ,
ons In this hill before gardening also with conductor on '
Alma Hodges, the week-end Alderman I. a "
Mlas Mr. whites
1 I and spent all the while until are very "
cleaning begins. Whether ;you:
ke ;your: dresses or buy them friends. Mrs. M. Yokelson and Scrape their respective parents :Mr. and the Seaboard railway. Valentine Ideas are practicalfor Itlr!. Spoon onto ungreaied sheet ', 1

idy;: to wear be sure they;: are big daughter, Naomi. all of Washing Cutting Mrs. M. L. Watterson and UT. and Tuesday with th. celebration of anniversaries and hollow out centers. Bake In a \

ough. Shoulders and sleevesicclaUy ton. D. C. midnight Wednesday and Mrs. L. L. Beadenbaugh. spent Monday C. Chastaln. even after St. Valentine's day slow oven (250-d grte) on an un- 1 '
after T.
;: should be roomy;: enough Mrs. A. :M. Richards and Mrs. I Shortly last week at a Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and Mr. and Mrs. of Richmond, U past. greased cookie sheet for 1 hour. ,
of
avoid strain. Otherwise seams M. Rlcharde and children are night family returned Monday night Owen Simmon Recently I saw an anniversary CooL SlleartSbaped r '
H. :
U pull out with the reaching surf visiting in Jacksonville today. new Reno Jook Joint on Road 48 from Reevesvtlle 8. C., where Va., Is spending a few days vacation celebration at which a cranberry;: Sandwiches.Use ,) ,;

ercise of house work and ;your: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd following a "free for all"Private bottle- I they bad attended the funeral services with Mr. and Mrs. K. B. mold was used. Cranberry:: jelly;: whichever. kind of bread you ,;'
esses won't last as long a* they engagement.
last night from Tampa throwing of Mrs. Home's father. Watterson. cut In heart shapes was' placed '
ould. returned cut Tommie Powell (both Guy principal of the prefer, and cut Into heart shapes i
Gibson spent the John mold. The number -
Bryan around the big
Lakeland. Ophelia
and that Miss heart cutter. Butter
) near the heart so Brooksvtlle School spent Monday with a large
negroes with friends and relatives of small hearts corresponded S
that "his heart week-end J. T. curt and fill with desired filling.
ith Economy Service the police reported with bis'mother.'Mrs. number of the I 1
Promoted la Jasper. to the :years
Martin Struth could be seen beating." Brannen was a business Mi" 'aJ\d "Mia. M. 'Wattereon, couple, had been married. Two choice fillings which carryout ;: ;;
to police reports.. !| R. A. B. Watterson and Mrs. the Valentine theme are these: f'
K.
Miss According Mrs.
Cleona Edmondnon, for- of Mr. I \ in Jacksonville Wednesday. The heart-shaped cakes and I'
vUltor
Martin W. Struth. son a very tough bom- i Beadenbaugh were business Ham put 'through the grinder 01'f
was L.
r1 Glbton 1 of Gainesville L. i molds of Ice cream are much in
been Spartman
Joe
of has ,
re- Mrs.
employe Sternberg's
W. H. Struth of Starke bre. since it took City policemen I week-end with her visitors in, Jacksonville Wednes for anniversary;: celebrationsand chapped fine and mixed with finely
chief t the use
tly accepted a position as ofe promoted to the rating of W. E. Thornton. O. E. Luders and i spent &I. Den- the Idea effective chopped celery: and pickle, molsUned ,
C.
secretary: for the Economy petty officer, according to an announcement Tom Ballard and five M. P.'. to:I parents, Mr. and Mrs. day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. R. Chastain of ly. carry Heart-shaped;: out candles may: with mayonnaise: Jellies or f I

Vice 1.. from the Jacksonville him. Civilian Tommie| nlson. Pierce and Z. W. Chastain jams In red blended with cream f
arrest theweek..end Fort decorate whipped
Company, plumbers, where he Is t Miis.. Edna Dudley spent also be used to '
Barton proprietor. The corny Naval Air Station Powell niust have been tough, '< with brothers and sisters of Fort White spent the week-end cream or desserts. cheese are also attractive. S

opened an office In the assigned to duty. He In 1923 first and enlisted I also since he is tHlll alive and at their home in Newberry. with Mr. and Mr. T. C. Chas (R.I...." 1)1' w......,N.....-....IMI Union. S SI
said
Navy I
ildtng vacated by A. A. Annie in the from the Police Chief A. L. Alvarez Mrs. J. P. Crews" of McAlpin taln.

the corner of Cherry anduhlngton worked his way up ,i he was shot at one time. V
position.
street. ranks to blat present



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If t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY )F ref
: PAGE TEN ..
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: In Washington. She Mrs. Alvarez NamedTo with one
Headquarters
China Day Observed How To Proceed "Target For Tonight"At Bill Godwin does not know as yet whetherBill ter. another (01\0

: At Rotary Club With Defense HousingContinued Florida NowFirst Receives CitationPlatoon prisoner was by killed the in Japanese acUon,or but taken bas Head AuxiliaryDr. It seem, accOfdll'.

M. B. Herlong, Chairman Rowe that three
t from ) authentic motion pictures Sergeant William F. every reason to believe that he la p
observed one
wan ( page
A China Day program of the Division or Health andHousing' civilians left
defl-
Wed- of British bombing raid over Godwin, stepson of Mra Annie still alive and hopes to bear A1abtt.
at the Rotary Club a for the Bradford County and
are likely to be able to borrow, I nltey! Boon. i came here
# with talks b V Buddy; Germany will be shown at the Lou Godwin of Starke was Defense Council, has appointed band of to II&;
ncttday reasonable for the lot, In one at
add
Marines May
price
I a the Marines cited by Bill joined the the
among J. M. Alvarez as chairman
Mrs
to-
and Florida Theatre today and was stationed
H. S.,
Davis!, a senior at B. at
the cost of your plans, the con- President Roosevelt for their 1930. of the Wtoman's Auxiliary. CiII;
Robt B. Wear, executive secretary morrow (Friday and Saturday) They drove out to
defense of Wake Island
of the house, and the lit
tract courageous
r i of the local YMCA, who price in "Target for Tonfght which Among the duties of her com- got him and another
pent 12 years In China. estimated cost of the loan, and was filmed with the full cooperation "against of an overwhelming air sea, and Mrs. Emily Phillips mittee will be to gather up pil- all !seven! of then

Interesting: facts and flgurei take BO percent of this total of the R. A. F. land superiority attacks." enemy Buried HereMrs. low cases, blankets, sheets, etc., tage between Lake Tt

' about China were given by the amount. In general this .amount There la not a single professional -: President's citation stated for the hospital which will be Lake City, Where the
H. S. senior who concluded cast which U The Emily Phillips, widow of o established to take care of civilian place.
1 B. should not exceed $3,750.00, because actor in the that "The courageous conduct of o
i i, Bis) talk with the statement that only three F. II. A. loans made up of the very same men the officers and men who defended i the late Rev. Hardy F. Phillips, to in the case war of ,an Dr.emergencydue Herlong RULED
in aome ways Chinese studenti who out these bombingsIn I the IND FY
carry
at
In Starke have exceeded this Wake Island has been died Wednesday morning Her committee $1
stated Wednesday. -
considered luckier than per
might be real life. The motion picture M-BRADp1pp
amount and It .la unlikely that noted with admiration by their home of her son, Albert Phillips,
will also
shore of Bradford High. "For In- critic of the New York Herald o gather up clothing, TELEGRAPH.SIIEAFFER.
Title Six loans will be approvedIn fellow countrymen and the civi- In Sanford, and the body was
be to
i declared, "our root which will separated aa
stance, Buddy "If want to
Starke for more than 4000.00 Tribune says, you lized world, and will not be for- brought to Starke for burial in and ,will be
and
; la tile, while Chinese roofs are witness of the most absorb- both sex age, -
one g9
outside. The for and Sa,
at the reason gotten so long as gallantry Thursday :
o Lake Cemetery
; bamboo and do not hurt so much ing dramas ever to reach the Crosby where they can be had at amoment's Pm 91.COUNTY. Qts, $6T
this la to encourage the construction heroism are respected and hon at 11 o'clock.
morning
when they fall on you. He was of moderate priced homes in screen, don't miss this film." It notice in case of an TKUSCHi
4. referring, of course, to the bad this which be rentedat Is being shown on a double feature ored.Mrs. The Rev. G. C. Powell conducted emergency.
condition of the present Starke locality can program with. "All AmericanCoed' Godwin received; u copy the funeral service, and arrangements -
0 reasonable after the
i school buildingand; took this opportunity price featuring Frances Lang- of the citation from Marine were in charge of No'Murder' Here IN /'.' 'r 'Ot..1'
i that these
emergency over so ---- 'OUN'f',
+4p to urge his listeners to rentals will be able to carry the ford. role of the young: lieutenant.The DeWItt C. Jones. CERY.Stanford. eloxwil
't come out and vote for the bond I I Mr Phillips lived in Starke Through error, the headlines of L.
'Remember blonde Madeline Carroll Wlggln4r
payments on the mortgages. the Day, starring lovely Lonle
e i suo on March 10. I for a long while, although she the dally press gave Starke the lhlra
To recapitulate: Claudette Colbert and John'ayne Itnd.the stalwart blonde Stir- No. 1803.
M,'. Wear gave pome first hand 1. Buy your lot. will occupy the Florida's ling Hayden are co-starred In the moved away about 20 years ago credit or blame for a murder OJtUERF PI'aS1ATuNoi ( LY
c1f'l' Information concerning the coun- 2. Obtain your plans. screen Sunday and Monday. Spanning colorful "Bahama Passage" which to make her home with her sons. which took place last Saturday iP Tu I

try and the people and stressed 3. Obtain a bid from your some of the most exciting will show at the Florida next The Rev. Mr. Phillips was prob- night between Lake Butler and Wiggins' Ireneraloj i ,

ill the Importance of keeping open builder. years of our times, the story Tuesday[ Wednesday and Thurs ably the first Methodist pastor in Lake City.According. Honvllla You ,are North squired t'uroda;

,, the Burma road. 4. Consult your broker or other I shows Claudette as the Inspiration day. It Is billed as "the story Staike, coming here in 1879 when to J. B. Rowe, jailor, April 6th, 194J, a in td,10
t The club voted unanimously to financing agency. of two men; one destined tobe 'of a modern Adam and Even in the church waa located on ChurchSt. there Is one woman in jail in eA tiff Court seeks ana dlvori cause, 11'041

continue to meet at 12:15 War 5. Obtain your commitment. called to the service to defend a garden paradise." Starke, one In Lake City and one Telegraph rhall Pllblloll

Time.CLASSIFIED. 6. Obtain your construction his Ideals-the other to become Highlight of the week at the Mrs Phillips Is survived by in Gainesville, and one man in In next four vt hRnd kly

loan a Presidential nominee. Ritz Theatre will be the showing 'three ,sons, Flournoy Phillips of jail in Lake Butler and two at seal tStarm?, Flurdt
7. Let your contract. John Payne has the romantic lead Sunday and Monday of "Blues In Tallahassee; Albert Phillips of State Farm all held in connectionwith ruarv(OFFICIAL 12th. 1H42. -i

,ali+ 8. Your builder and your and comes through with a sincere the Night" with PiUcllla Lane Sanford; and Wilfred Phillips of the killing, and separatedto An Clerk of said Cour.AjJonen .
> broker will do the rest and moving performance in the and Richard Whorf. Orlando. keep them from conferring o: Atty. for K. Bryant Pit. Ja f EDWIN SOUTHERS ("D e a n ----

dA of the spoken drama)-Studio .
of Dramatic Art and stage
craft. No "claaHea." Individual t NOVBSiBtR 2T, 1. ''- .
w ,
TUESDAY '''''''' ,.
i lesson. only. Enroll any time. < .
'4 Six lessons, $:S. No books or I

l plays to buy. Studio: over .
.
#
i' .j Masonic Hall, Call St. Hours: 8 ,
:
iv< \
a. m. to 5 p. m. dally Drama- im.1** -. -
} Uc recitals given for "cluba" I IMwy ,, "

or any special function.Charges ,,"" I T ,lyf .! ,a..
;ibl' within reason. tf o ( I : f i ,

l X41 I'li u
A w !"
FOR SALE- 3 each-beautiful

1 J black and white puppies, small L'r
li house pets. Mrs. L. F. Chapman ,M tt *\
;b Vt' State Farm at Raiford. l I>*C rt> .I Soldier
\l '
fc ; \ Makingwv a ,, ',: :
Up *\, i J rt J>-.,tj. I ,",'" ", /.< '

.
FOR SALE:-New garden and *,M*. ", L'-,
field seeds Tomato >.|W.. '
Pepper, "
''I Cukes and Squash, Beans, Peas, 1 eNr.rKd dI'x I 'WORLD
S WAR I
Peanuts and Corn. Cole planters MVh
Fertilizer Distributors and AIttYaf fight for .
: abroad to : ",
= sent men
have ;
Parts-at White's Store, locat A S we have. sent moneyAmerlcaal -" we have = s
ed 100 yards S. W. Starke Primary ". we commodities, Into fishttaKr ;
with other 1917
I
drafted anal.
School building. 2-8 2tp "rR'o enlisted wheat and other fi4htintloods:1:
"
; or '
FOR SALE Charleston Wake- "ra = we must make a soldier of iujar. '
so "'
field cabbage plant, $Ullil per SIM a aI .a vital = '
i 1000. See George Flynn, ti's Nutriment for the nations at warts as .
Starke, Fla. it. the powder that fcedJt Quns. n
aa
the outcome
%Mn0y to veritable The United States
in time 01 peace-In war a Government restricted
s s'' FOR SALE: 1941 Tudor std. ., I A great nutrient to playa heroic. part,to
called
Plymouth sedan; l .OOO miles, = sinew-wear i. now of our AUic upon whow. strength .. our .' the use, of sugar in World War I.
da $95 radio; other accessories: supply the people .

1J' Ip excellent care;" excellent rubber. '"' i sufiar in the American flag, so .. ,, ,f.: The ,response of The Coca-Cola Company .
For quick tale, since I can't To wrap up oC .
duty :
r Ka ism the fi ht becomes a r; was expressed In the
y use It In Navy870. Grady ,j' 1 and put It industry, .. newspaper
w tlo 1a 1a'l by every
born cheerfully
., It will be \
Urannen. Lake Butler. Itp ,, / advertisement
Y ', I dcakr; anJ every Indiyiduallt (oils upon., poa "" .' reproduced at the left.
every the
; FOR' SALE- Income property, Y certain industr.es .It Calla; huvilY-lIlld especially on the tit
Yet
a House corner Nona and South ;n workers who derive their ring from them.

y i Church streets Also building '+ Anici civilian i U in this war with the told.er.. Am-Wall r ,
i, : lots on new Military Highway ea.treat and small.American.capital Iron.
,', and Ar bank ii with the Gov-
acreage nearby-two miles country
remotest
; i )S Kant of Starke Address, Own. ''; ,i. .t e every the Mep of the way. The U. S. means Us. I 1=U I

? .er, Box 3O6, Staike. tf ll ola,, are m the fight with everything we have : I ,
.;
of everything we ch mto I
FOR RENT-one, 4-room, unfurnished f

} I' bOWIe with bath twomll..s : 1 41' it a rivilege to comat '
r r
east on old Green Cove + I t 1 y ally to :
Nra,
Springs road. See Mn. Effle ,,r.h',' y t o n r ,to re'
r
Gatlin on place, or write E.: R. Art I ,l t 111 ,
Bowers HiUlard. Fla. 1- -3tp
k'a ,
FOR RENT-cottages, Mrs. L. "I' /end of conservation we P e ou? '

s M. Clark 1 1-2 miles out East ... efforts in every direction that opportunity may Llox _
'! Call t-treet. tf '' in manufacture as well at beyond: the cope ol ,;
.
., Ai. : enerall webespeak -
1 FOR RENT-Upstalra apartment ': our immediate interest?; and IindthislelTol consu ers : '
ol
If 4 In Starke, with bath, hot and g the cooperation -

t cold water, unfurnished.-D. W. r everywhere. S
Moore. Starke it
4 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
FREE RENT-1 block from P. O. q'S ri'.i 4' I ATLANTA. CA. ,
8 room furnished house. Income ",\.
{ & from rooms pays rent, utilities,
laundry. Ample living quarters.

Investment of $175 representing .R'RY 1 1x ,,'
less than cost of additional furniture vat 'I

linens, etc? purchased. 'e.4fM& il, ,II I i Ii4

No small children. 221 N. Walnut f _
ri r k Street or P. 0 Box 281,
a Starke, Fla. i s m mmXjf.f

LOST-male Scottie dog, Anyone ,"' : ( If I.I.? ".'=,:'*"i.'s'" ,. BJUgB -,}, Aiea- >+ecac.> S V V tl C-. .. ,
knowing bin whereabouts notify .n..nSi ,
Morgan's New. Stand, 110

r, East Call Stieet. ltp WORLD WAR II
IM srvwl a r-'r NN0..wwa: w-
; LOST Uulova wrist watch with H,MM

gold link biacelet. Finder please
return to Bradford County Tel- .

IIf' egrap4. .. lip 1942 .

DON'T THROW those It 00 d
,
clothes away because they're
moth eaten or damaged. Have :

(? rave them by re-woven having like a n new Invisible, or ,:, l History repeats itself in World War II. Sugar has been called to

i
::
White, 306 Church St., Starke again. Our government has restricted the use of sugar for all.

} r lip
41> WANTED TWO MEN : Naturally, includes Coca-Cola.

Due to increase In business we
{ need two men not subject to Im You'll continue find
to Coca-Cola
around the
from
"'. mediate draft who live In Bradford corner anywhere

f ,t honept County.and willing Must to have work.car,Your bet though we regret that you won't be able to enjoy the pause

e should make $3O,
00 to $3000
a

i 1'i week.L. E. Burman.Apply in 260S person Pearl or write St". I / / i that refreshes ,as often as you might, like. Our volume has been re


Jacksonville Fla. 2.13, 2tp duced. But this we pledge: the character of Coca-Cola will be



WANTED ,i unimpaired. The American people can continue to trust its quality.As .


Young Man Ambitious I in 1917, we count upon the patience of dealers! everywhere.

For Udall
Store

Good Opportunity for One 5 Tt Conserving sugar is another step toward Victory.Whatever any of


p f I Who Is WillingTo us may have, or may not have,Victory we must have above. all, else! .I

Apply Himself f

,, 4 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
i..
Qualifications You trust its quality
OTTlto
UNOI. AU''Olny or THt COCA.COIA COMPANY"

STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY


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FRIDAY FEBR

BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEOKAPn. STAltKE, FLORIDA

PAGE TEN _- I Headquarters in Washington. She' Mrs. Alvarez NamedTo with ter. one another ,0It

For Tonight"At Bill Godwin does not know as yet whether Auxiliary
Observed Proceed "Target ; I Head It
China Day How To CitationPlatoon I Bill was killed In action or taken seems, acts
i
ClubA With Defense Housing Florida NowFirst Receives prisoner by the Japanese, but has Dr. M. B. Herlong, Chairmanof Rowe, that three orb i
At Rotary F.j to believe that he Is and civilians
Sergeant William every reason the Division of Health left
Continued from page one) authentic motion picturesof still alive and hopes to bear cleflnlte'y Bradford County and AIaIk
China Day program was observed i ( bombing raid over Godwin, stepson of Mrs. Annie Housing for the came here ,,0 "
Club Wednetidiiy able to borrow, a British of Starke, w a a soon. Defense. Council has appointed band of one of ,hNwas
at the Rotary likely to be Lou Godwin
the
are at in May
will be shown the Marines Alvarez as chairmanof :
Germany cited by Bill joined Mrs J. M. stationed at |
Marines rw
Buddy lot the
b for the ,
talks V among
with reasonable price
add
a and tomorrow Auxiliary.
They drove ?
Florida' ,Theatre today President Roosevelt for their 1930. the Woman's out to '
Davis, a senior at B. H S., and the cost of your plans, the contract (Friday and Saturday) defense of Wake Island Among the duties of her committee : got him and another, ,*
courageous
Robt. B. Wear local executive YMCA,secretary who price of the house, and the In "Target for Tonight,"' which "against an overwhelming Mrs. Emily Phillips will be to gather up pil- all even of them ...H

of the estimated cost of the loan and was filmed with the full cooperation superiority of enemy air, sea, and low cases blankets, sheets, etc., tage between Lalct
spent 12 years In China. take 90 percent of this total of the R. A. F. land attacks." Buried Here for the hospital which will be Lake City, where !be

Interesting were facts given and by figures the amount. In general this .amount There Is not a single professional The President's citation stated Mrs. Emily Phillips, widow of established to take care of clvlll&ni place.

B.about H. China S. senior who concluded should not exceed $3,75000: because actor In the cast same, which men is that: "The courageous and conduct who defended of the late Rev. Hardy F. Phillips, to In the case war of ,an Dr.emergencydue Herlong RULED DDE
of the very men
officers
? ; his talk with the statement that only three F. H. A. loans who made carry up out these bombingsin the Wake Island has been I died Wednesday morning at the stated Wednesday. Her committee 'I per M-BR.\DroIL

{ in some ways Chinese luckier students than In Starke have exceeded this real life. The motion picture noted with admiration by their home of her eon Albert Phillips, will also gather up clothing TELEG1LAPB

might be considered Instance amount and it Is unlikely that critic of the New York Herald fellow countrymen and the civilized In Sanford, and the body was which will be separated as> to -
those! of Bradford High. "For roofIs Title Six loans will be approvedIn Tribune says, "If you want to world, and will not be forgotten brought to Starke for burial in both sex and age, and will be SIIEAFFKirs
"our
Buddy declared roofsa. are Starke for more than 4000.00 witness one of the most absorb- so long as gallantry and Crosby Lake Cemetery Thursday where they can be had at a Pta .1, Qt.. $UJ
tile, while Chinese much at the outside. The reason for ing dramas ever to reach the heroism are respected and hon morning at 11 o'clock. moment's notice in case of an COUNTY TKLECBciHcur : ::
hurt so
do not
and construction
bamboo the -
"
a. this la to encourage
It
He was screen don't miss this film The Rev. G. C. Powell conducted emergency.
fall in
on you.
when they of moderate priced homes
referring, of course to the bad locality which can be rentedat Is being shown on a double feature ored.Mrs.. Godwin received copy, the funeral service, and arrangements ]I iv '

condition of the present Starke this reasonable prices* after the program with Frances"All American Lang- of the citation from Marine .- ..wiVf were iw**. T0Stf In -chargeNof. No'Murderere, 'N,nna.mr. e'uw.ni(01 In ,
-
!
( school building; and took this s opportunity emergency l ie over BO that these. Co-ed"..., featuring --
to urge bis Ilnteneis to rentals will be able to c
I come out and vote for the bond payments on the mortg

Issue on March 10. To recapitulate:

Mr. Wear gave some first hand, 1. Buy your lot.
Information concerning the country 2. Obtain your plans.
and the people and stressed 3. Obtain a bid fK F.OODFOR, FREEDOM SECTION February,

the Importance of keeping open builder. Z

t' the Burma road. I' 4. Consult your broker forces may have to make

The club voted unanimously to,I financing agency. Florida Farm FamiliesTo 1 failed to do our fua:
/'Ys continue to meet at 12'1S: War B. Obtain your commit Gardens Governor Calls pan II
Farm Home Job of production T*
Time. 6. Obtain your con ere aa
1 loan. Lead In Nation's Victory Production gfvenesj!! if we fit In ow ,

CLASSIFIEDEDWIN 7. Let your contract. Vital For Families cghting. mat"Suruey
fly( 8. Your builder a n Tanahsuwee, Florida. .

broker will do the rest. Febtusry' %. f942 '
SOUTHERS ("D e all Bring Victor of
t Help requires the full energies Reveals
task that
3 .. engaged in a tremendous
of the spoken drama)-Studio Our naUea
n < In, Florida Join me ta 'wanting;
of Dramatic Art and stagecraft IsaaeOeEts .. T4rrs1'yystteesMw every citizen. X am sure ,,that every farm family .
marchtovictory.
No "classes." Individual TUESD bY NOVh1f:! ; By this state to be not only "in the procession"* but in the forefroa of the. Value Of FaGroom

lesions only. Enroll any time. \< I. ;': .' ,. .aosl s4.Us Toed.. -r'I'M farm family thus
.
t Six lesson. $:i. No books or w ? '< tffl Cem<.naU.aWe families tbrwxHhistory J".. .. :ba a vital stake In- th'.

plays to buy. Studio: over ...-. .... war"enaerceoey Farm ..iietorr.lloetOsr country Onfi
I, Masonic Hall Call St. Hours: 8 '::1.',% fa an unprecedented have been patriotic !. caning for the

a, m to 8 p. m. dally. Dram ............... All-out production of vegetables) sacrificing, depend of food By Cterte H. ilaopr,
tie recitals given for "club) ,. recognized a* h****..**** to nationaldefense. able. They will not fail biggest yields Extraction ErooGeli
_
M
S it* farm have
function.Charge .... com* product
asking N
or any special Our government' to this time. I am confident '
a t .. The value ot routs promoo !
*r Through
tf Narrated'
within .. ever
reason .
to produce
e and canners* will bend HS32S
I, 4itrical grower that they on the farm In Colombia Ctaa) :,
for various -
p t FOR 8ALJS-*3 each-beautiful ..."l...: supply of canned: vegetabletr. effort make every I the goals set up of five ; l
; .a.1. 4, .the greatest every I it i* appealing for a family b:
fet' ;4W 1 black and white puppies small II tie history of our country., Caa. UecarJnof' needed sacrifice,,exert ... product cash: Income from, the vtobi! l
IM4".I for production
y ) house pets. Mrs. L. F. Chapman .. torn and the home ..caaner. too even superhuman energies needed loesS I* about (133. Thus & l
( State Farm at Rail ... .-. cooperate I in Us* luUeat the. United .- of the thing* l
y less than to help
+ y1 1 4> any the food produced' and uri
a Up :..MNs. 4. s meat, wit bout wast- .
'r 'extent with the national plan'Every States and otherS of th of the of an 3 1
:, ;; ." a land, thirds ..value
FOR SALE-New garden and ..... ." Florida farm family by proSac- United Nation to win Ingenergies and livestock pnt l
J ; i rra''' II S labor, fertilizers and livestock,,
{ I field seeds Pepper TomahCukes s 'tnC' at home: the ntal protective foooa this gigantic and far- the farm. 1
; from
of
and Squash, Beans, Pea, .NMN1d.r.'. snakes an Invaluable contribution to tIM flungbattle that democracy equipment collection: lIt
1 and Corn. Cole Musa metal*, conservation These facts were brought
Peanuts planters .
+
star crap
I>
>> your
.11-
al defetu* program. shall not perish 1familie
pUo Columbia 0x
Fertilizer Distributors and I *' of rubber. tin ferEveryone to nearly 200
Ca.rdd"OWa
Parts-at White's Store, located J,.:n. _-tart your spring vegetable from' the earth. material burlap in 1940. The vtiiUnH
W. Starke Primary "HMMk d off*K. to thai extent Ute Ntag baa an important tiller BLand
100 yards S. ':;;, i and other material at the request of the Cohaii:
S'rye School building. 2-6 2tp "F, coat of living.NutrtUanist. part to play. Use Planning Comm.ttitH!
''''' '- .. There Is no time to
M :1tS1 I ; claim the consumption: Food Is a* necessary as, ag Bj of five cad ur l
FOR SALE Charleston Wake a | The i* A family
'r.* ,,, most be doubled U a pat.ton.1 armament and fighter BBBSBBBV *BBB* **SB* fee* emergency l
field cabbage plant 1168 per 4:1:f vegetable 2 COWS and 90 hers and b
,,,.,,(. diet of good autrltiouM level U us now. Our shoulders must be put to the wheel Immediately. Agriculture must milk JO-pH
' 'p 1000. See George Flynn.( upon ered of five ?
"" aa average
h' Starke, Fla. It. ...nt........, I' a_ to be reached. ach iv. the goal of aa not delivertoo little, too late" They also used atediM
adequate national bt the use of ordinary" Our country U calling. I know what answer Florida farm families. will give. a year. b B
FOR SALE 1041 Tudor Std. of corn for meal and gnu >

I t fi.a t Plymouth sedan; 19,000 miles, :Y N .: I'' vegetables nutritive must blue be increaaed.must be adJoi Vtnetjr; by! Confidently your, SPESSARD L. HOLLAND patch for syrup, and had ,beat lta

$55 radio; other accessories; ,,:a y and M Governor of Florida vegetable for the finuly
1tMra excellent care; excellent rubber. .1 t,. Including new' vitamin-rich vegetable a total of about 1* acres ottfl
For quick sale, since I can't MW J i well aa the old vtgetablca of real oaertt feed used for cnmfl

4 use It In Navy870. Grady, ; often overlooked or ignored aa lutswlted tree may be indescribably beautibul, In to provide fl
f' <
butchered, :
;5t, lirannen. Lake Butler Itp H Mr M -_ \ t-> our method of cooking and of prose!V. their snowy white bloom. Plum thicket try and pigs and for "HH
meal and grits
FOR SALE Income property; lag for later UM. and tree, wild and cultivated and BCBAJU COMMOK> 1E I l
providedof
} 14 acres
House corner Nona and South ,,.., The Vegetable Goal peaches are a* colorful and a* spectacular I By beaAs JebaeoSACRIFICES cane. Thus. U
food for the family.
Church streets Also building wired Ueapsnd ornamental. be. The ever
; js bl Canning crop growers are a* any may average of 4SeH
There was an
lots on new Military Highway; whether m -
e. goats tressedouelyof loquat, for Instance
1i their production green "fl
acres <"
If II
and miles family.
1'tc acreage nf'arby-two tomatoes pao.. com and green flower or fruit I* always beautiful andinteretin A.HOME per
East of Starke. Address Owner producing food. 34 acre tcxjH
I f Box 306, Starke. tf bean The goal already act for tomatoes $. Mango, avocado: papaya, MAY SAVE GREATER produce cash: farm income till>
..i for 40.000.00O cases of canned to- and other South Florida. fruit have their
FRONTStark
I'I'ti provides ONES AT THE the two mules
FOR RENT--one 4-room unfurnished
i
( one-fourth from 1MU AndJjuat : individual charm.
with N J oatoeo-up is. the approt B
y house bath two Following _
14 aa an Increase of tomatoes. ; Is asked Home demonstration work ha always 4I
H miles east on old Green Cove wi"4I.eb' realiUe or war are arousingthe value of food produced fJr
o armed force and our alike, ana bad one Important objective the production
Springs road. See Mrs. EffleGatlln ,' for our American people from a sleep induced in a family of five:
of fruit and
.,t on place, or write 1R.. for the civilian population that cannot of aa adequate supply
false secur .. ..
aM of ..
Bowers Milliard Fla. l-6-3tp .,to them must tie patriotic home vegetable and the plentiful use of these by luxury and a sense Vegetable
c a pet ..grow and aa home canner increase &U product that are so "vital to the health 'Ity. They are at last awakening and Fruit ....... .. .. '

FOR RENT-cottages. Mrs. L gardener throwing everything they have into their Milk ...<......... ..
the farm family In the same and enjeyment of the family.
M. Clark. 1 1-2 miles out East aupply for I
effort to overcome a ruthless enemy Butter: '.......... '
1
Z Call rtrcet. tf tl Ike H< 'Si' way. Fruit Ooato whose strength bad been underestimated. Egg .....F.. ... .

4 Th Rates I of people which . ... .. "
FOR RENT-Upstairs apartment The list of fruit which .grow in Florida "Vic" I Special The heroic quality our Poultry '
tl In Starke, with bath hot ,and languishes on ease and comfort: but Pork and.lard '. ..-
cold water, unfurnished. W fa almost startling to the newcomers In Herds' to ..
Moore Starke It in the state. Yet when the average Florida Privilege thrives on danger, la again coming Meal and grit
lack of fruit the front a* It baa in danger period\. Other meat, cheese
horn U visited a pitiful Of Suwannee CountyLIVE
FREE RENT-1 block from P. O. variety often .U found. With nutrition the throughout. history. ,

:. 8 room furnished house. Income In national defense plans the OAK. FIA.-"*W* I* lordingit Farm famnies.along with those of Total .. .

p, from rooms pays rent utilities, keynote home orchard and grove like- the farm all over the other. pig on Suwannee urban area, will be required" to make The same I foods if bought itfl
laundry. Ample living quarters.Investment K3!
of $175 representing It's'c' I home garden take on increasing import County farm greater sacrifice a* time goes on. They would have cost: at Least

p lens than cost of additional furniture ance. The health needs Nt forth In toe And well he might, for he'* not an are being' asked for their greatest food The 24 beat fed families ;food i

jI'' & linen etc., purchased national program, will be difficult to meet ordinary ort of ply getting. standard production in history. In the face of used. nearly twice as much *

P No small children. 221 N. Wal 'without a greatly Increased supply of ration and treatment along with othersin shortages in labor/and equipment. They son as the 13 poorest fed

{ nut Street or P. O. Box 281, fcerrUsi and fruit. the herd. Of course' he may run with are having to do without things to which the beat fed families had Derv!
.1 tIIr
$ Starke Fla. The problem, of Increasing the farm the common: herd occasionally but be they had been accustomed in recent In the poorest fed famUies

LOST-male Scottie dog Anyone tl fruit supply U a goal that necessarily .baa assumed a haughty tone to hi* years, even at the time they are requiredto had three. tune as much V
lh
knowing bin whereabouts notify Awr must be a long-time objective and real grunt sad be'. developed. some newfangled make a supreme effort to grow more a*. the children: of the bested!

T Moigan's News Stand 110 'cncks cannot be mad for some years. twist and turn for his curly and more food and twice a* much dental trouitof

'., East Call Street Up ; f V* *' > flat U hone-grown fruit are good in talL A* befit a sturdy patriotic people. the poorest"fed families &tt

LOST--Bulova wi'lst watch with tm( *) of emergency surety It la good to "Vic" I* getting. special treatmentmore -. however they are'rUing to the occasion per cent more eye trouble nt

gold link biacelet. Finder please w have them, when the emergency U over. feed and special tld-oit* that the with a vengeance and determination cent more .dental; (trouble.

p return to Bradford County. Tel- In the Northern Western and Central other pig don't get he btu a name .which can: but spell auaceea.Florida farm fed tantites'also'>>',reported i'1

egrap Itp count!** of Florida the fig, muscadine* that' more than the other pig have and people wilt work thin year a* they have more constipation and 10 PlrI1!

DONT THROW those good 'uui bunch grape pachV peart; plums, he may even get a pat on the hack from never tolled before-and they are certainly bad cold. I

Y"F clothea away because they're I per.immomrs blueberries strawberries and bin master every now and then. not Stranger* to, toll They will Negro. famtUe had more |

moth eaten or damaged. Have ,..;K' ,V. .- S -other berries grow with little encouragement. The reason be I* getting this extra sacrifice a. they nave not.sacrificed for meal and grit per' capita ttffamilie

them re-woven like new, ort < The satauma, kiunquat quineav and special treatment are. that ,.hey not only many.year*-and th yeses. not.*tranger* ., but they had rued *

save !by having an Invisible in aooi* few counties a fin summer apple going to help fill the bill for more pork to sacrifice. butter,'.*"*. and meat F
mending job done. Helen *
Jy White, 306 Church St., Starke. thrive if given fair amount of good ""*for Uncle: Sam. and laW alii**, taut he** .And M'they toil and sacrifice they to 13 member had 33 per cent*

S I, lip I treatment. la South Florida. b* tdoN the going to briag In the money to buy United wln taU comfort from the thought that produced food-per person thus

', wonderful variety of citrus fruits.orange. State Defense Bond* sad Stamp ,their effort wIll bring sustenance to ben of fanailiesr with only <"*

WANTE1 TWO MEN .grapefruit. tangetoalime*) and lemon. for him maate,. themselvs and to their friend 'of the rer.ons

Due need to two Increase in business we there may be beautiful healthfulmaa.- There 'aN 40O -J.er in Sowtnnee United, Nation; that the food they are Neither ,the' Negro auUJ'
men not subject to Immediate
U R, draft who live in Bradford .go.. avocado loquat, papaya*, ptJM p- County already and the number if steadlly -- producing: may and probably will mean large white families bought *|

County. Must have car be pies banana, aapodllla. surlnam cher"riea increasing. And they-are all being an e&rUerrietocy lathe war with a saving to equal.the amount fused V j jage

boneet and willing to work. You and maay other delicious, bttsre.tmgand given a bit of special treatment *o they jot live on the fl.CbUactront.- They white family; nor did (lit J

should make $30.00 to $:\\0.00 a highly ornamental fruit that require will develop into top-notch hog that will heed the word of Secretary of Agriculture fed families) buy enough ti J

9 t," 1 week. Apply In person or writeL very llttU attention. All this goes to atow- will bring more money than other hog Wickard before a recent meet amount+ consumed: by the h belt 1

Jacksonville E. Bui-man, 2605 Pearl St.. that Florida people are supposed to live Every cent they bring In win be Invested ing In Atlanta of Southeastern agricultural lie*.. .
Fla. 2.13. 2tp *
r and live abundantly, oft the fruit of their In bond any stamps, and they should leader. : While similar: Investiga"0111

own land. buy many U the price of hog i is anything "Most of u* 'haven realized aa yet been a* complete In other count*

WANTED And here !.. where the urburbon like aa good a. it I* today. how tremendous. our task I*: We've northern and aorthwetera *

loom owner may enter the food-for- "Ic"?. For -Victory- for Jade underestimated our .-JD1_-and how the state ;there.have been a 'lf}

Young Man Ambitious health-food-for- reedom c.mpalga.'The Sam and tale allies, of coda. much will be required to coa.qun'them. ions that Columbia County cse

For Retail Store National Garden Conference which met S. C Klerce, Suwannee County Agent, rwe> must, an of us, be prepared inspirit idered representative for tS/*/

in Washington In December highly recommends and Paul Bachle. secretary of the Uv for Lb..aaertfoe.: that lie ahead.

1 Good Opportunity for One that city surbuHmn and small Oak Production OeeUt AMoclatlen are There are going to be plenty of them'tc OOlXECTCiO 1.'j

Who Is Willing town home owner plant berries and fruit pushing the III... And K'&: t.kingelik.' make.* Our old,. euy.cobl&Y' of doing FT. LAtTDERDALE 1 fL.4'"

trees. Tola Garden Conference suggests wildfire among' Suwannee'. farmer*and. things 6n tile farm. ,In the factory, in win warted-thl ':year, if till

a To Apply Himself that a* w. have always suggested, these ..n club boy*. the office. er tn the shop must go.'We've County Defense" Council's tit

f.: State Qualifications economic ornamental be mor generally got to toughen ourselves for hardship mlt''" -can' help-IL

'j You, planted rather than mere ornamental. The world today .. strewn with the many of u* have never" known.Our' made to salvage all parts not It

Box 43S Starke Fruit tree not only afford shad la um- 'wreck of democracies which' tried to' '" sacrifices' ca'nr prevent other and for canning vegetable and "*

mer but give health and revenue beatde find their security In the ,ut. We'must I"ater.eTificee.. I am thinking of the cording ta Miss Olga X K
Where bloom are the principal: aim. pear find oun in the future. R,,M.; Evan sacrifice some young; man in the armed home agent,.


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r "! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY FLB$..

s at 1'I PAGE TEN I

.} Headquarters In Washington. She Mrs. Alvarez Named with one another

China Day ObservedAt How To Proceed "Target For Tonight"At Bill Godwin does not know aa yet whether ter. oil
ItIEfW'i AuxiliaryDr.
Rotary Club With Defense Housing Florida Now Receives CitationPlatoon Bill was killed the in Japanese action or but taken has To Head It seems eCCOrt
prisoner by Rowe
that
M. B. Herlong, Chairman three
A China Day program was observed Continued from page one) First authentic motion pictures Sergeant William F. every reason to believe that he laatill of the Division of Health and civilians left "
4 Annie alive and hopes to hear definitely i plahm
at the Rotary Club Wed- of a British bombing raid over Godwin, stepson of Mrs. Housing for the Bradford( County and came
are likely to be able to borrow, wa" soon. I here to
with talks by Buddy Germany will be shown at theFloridaTbeatre Lou Godwin of Starke Defense Council, has appointedMrs. band of one 'II'
nesday add reasonable for the lot, the Marines in May Of the
a price among the Marines cited by Bill joined J. M. Alvarez as chairmanof was
and tomorrow stationed
/ Davis, a senior at B. If. S., and the cost of your plans, the con- -, today President Roosevelt for their 1930. the Woman's Auxiliary. They drove at C&IIj
Robt. B. Wear, executive secretary (Friday and Saturday) out toi
r defense of Wake Island tit
tract price of the house, and the courageous duties of her com- got him
''A'' of the local YMCA, who In "Target for TonIght which overwhelming Among the and another
spent 12 years in China. estimated cost of the loan, and was filmed with, the full cooperation "against' an and Mrs. Emily Phillips mittee will be to gather up pillow all seven of thelll
,
of air, sea sx
'superiority enemy :
Interesting facts and figures take 90 percent of this total of the R. A.. F. land attacks." Buried HereMrs. cases, blankets, sheets, etc., tage between Lake
which will be Lake.
about China were given by the amount. In general this ,amount There la not a single professional President's citation stated for the hospital City, where thug.
The of civilians place
widow of established to take care -
B. H. S. senior who concluded should not exceed $3,790.00. because -. actor In the cast, which is that:' "The courageous conduct of Emily Phillips,
of
an
j his talk with the statement that made of the same men the late Rev. Hardy F. Phillips, in case emergencydue -
very
up
who defended
loansIn -
only three F. II. A. the officers and men to the war, Dr. Herlong INDEX"
1 In some ways Chinese student Starke have exceeded this who carry out these bombingsIn Wake Island' baa been died Wednesday morning at the stated Wednesday. Her committee *t per ,

might be considered luckier than amount and It is unlikely that real life, The motion picture noted with admiration by their home of her son Albert Phillips, will also gather up' clothing, TELEGRAPH.M-BRADFOt/i/
"For Instance
Bradford
of High. Herald
those York
,
critic of the New
declared "our roof Title Six loans will be approvedIn fellow countrymen and the civilized In Sanford, and the body was which will be separated aa to

Buddy Starke for more than $4,000.00at Tribune says, "If you want to world, and will not be forgotten brought to Starke for burial In both sex and age, and will be SUEAFFKR'S 1
while Chinese roofs are
la tile, witneas one of the most absorbing RK
the outside. The reason for so long as gallantry and 'Crosby, Lake Cemetery Thursday te had at a Pt
;' bamboo and do not hurt so much dramas ever to reach the where they can 91, Qtn. $1.7
this la to encourage the construction heroism are respected and. hon- morning at 11 o'clock. in 'of
moment's notice case an COUNTY
when fall on He was TELEG
they you. of moderate priced homes In screen, don't ml a this film. It
referring, of course, to the bad is being shown on a double feature ored.Mrs. The Rev. G. C. Powell conducted emergency.
which be rented
4 this locality can Godwin'received copy and ar-
condition of the present Starke with "All American the funeral service,

(' school building; and took this opportunity emergency at reasonable in: over prices so after that these the I.Co.:ed"program featuring,;.France8l..aDJr-. of i nsr,H the JinilliJInaiiniM citation* in r ,ni from in,:lo Mii
to urge his listeners to .. ,.; ,
rentals will be able to (
come out and vote for the bond ,
payments on the mortf
I '
isauo on March 10. .
I To recapitulate: ,
'
f : Mr. Wear gave some first hand 1. Buy your lot. '
Information concerning the coun- .

try and the people and stressed 2.3. Obtain Obtain your a bid plans.1 fr ... ,;, : .... :, I' :' '. ;"." ; :j.,': ..

the Importance of keeping open builder. 4 "" .ZIt : :.''Jt:0: \." \tIFOOD FOR'-FREEDOM)! :.SECTION ..(!t11\ ..: Febnxaq

|i>Jif\iityI the Burma road. 4. Consult your broker:
j The club voted unanimously to financing agency

continue to meet at 12:19: War 9. Obtain commit


i gl'('y1pl* + Time.CLASSIFIEDEDWIN loan.7.6. Let Obtain your your contract.your con. Farm Gar den Is Weapon For 'Vict



8. Your builder a n.
i -
broker will do the rest.
SOOTHERS ("Dean Ibm-ltaisedFood .- abd'minerals.' Of all the "'Iti

i of the spoken dramaStudloof t.r.ww k e
'. ; leafy; 'Ereen and yellow _
Dramatic Art and stagecraft '

No( "classes." Individual TUESDAY. NOVEWf .especially neoeasary. The Ik

7 k71 lessona only. Enroll any time. *VrtnnVMIOwi#aprlCCi5f J w,,47 >*? On Every' Florida 'W leafy kinds furnish' vltaminij

Six lessons, $9. No books or ,r. \and from to the diet. Other
plays to buy. Studio: over HW ? '.j i
f Masonic Hall, Call St. Hours: 8 1, leafy; vegetables are valuable t
F Farm Is Big Goal rich la these food
a. m to 8 p. m. dally. Dramatic so element j

; recitals given for "clubs"or and citrus fruits are Mpeclalij|

+ a or any special function. Charge Vegetables for vitality. for victory; la. .. I for, vitamin C. Eggs furni* a

r within reason tf F'Me 5, I f a mew slogan for 51orid&'fann, families. protein and vitamin D.

"f FOR SALE-43 each-beautiful f f.rtl q."Y k It was devised to emphasize the Import- An.. adequate diet at any ,.

+,t black and white puppies, small |,X ), a house pets. Mrs. L. F. Chap- the
nxr body-building, and enl
; ,.,..1Mme fact the home garden baa become .a '
man, State Farm at Raiford. ;' food.. Those who Unj
study
law weasKW eoeeBarjr to, win the war, and
s Itp -values of1' food know that |
t'hlr* the. ; Department, of Agriculture has eat eon
FOR SALE-New garden and food are more economIcal
YYY, a ,' a home garden on every farm aa one goal tbtui
field seeds Pepper, Tomato, yay. -
of certain
source*i food ethis
+ Cukes and Squash, Beans Peas, s,NA cob for nortda'sj .1042. toot.,production: pro- knowledge may be \uiefJhomemaxer !

I Peanuta and Corn. Cole plant -
"Ufeuw gree.Paa.a U Illustrated !in thif
ers, Fertilizer Distributors and NM home gardens not only assure

m, Parts-at White's Store, located t4UP. the family of ample supplies of fresh ,. i two meals.-

100 yard S. W. Starke Primary rWw'mTw vegetable, with all their healthful qualities _'At.one coat level a typk

School building1. 2-6 2tp might include a thick steak, 1

1zmi I Itl ," but also conserve transportationregehed In today's war emergency milk and eggs> are among the most, potatoes hothouaa tomato i
l FOR SALE Charleston Wake- to ship vegetables front :.com- 'needed food products,' lending contrast to conditions in 1918,

,",+ field cabbage plants, $U19 per ,/ !N II IIwY. medal amaze thus making a double contribution when larger supplies of wheat were-urgently needed. avocado salad, whipped dies{

1,000. Bee George Flynn! to the victory program.. try cSee ert.. ,

Starke Fla. it. .d MYI.kMM But for: an' adequate dune{

k' A national victory garden program the right kinds and foods that are lower cost the main dish of !
) FOR SALE .1941 Tudor Std. was recommended recently at a conference Protective Foods
.
could be neat and cereal loalJJ
needed. av
.
rq
sedan
Plymouth ; l ,OOO miles, Y1 In Washington and Florida farm .
; S99 radio; other accessories; When farm families know what 1* in the loaf would be a less t
ajDoffioi well wholeheartedly in .
excellent: caret;' excellent rubber. erns may Join Keep Members Of no; less 'nutritious cut Sr
needed and what should be done will
8 they ,
Nl the plan. Good home gardenia are entirely
t For quick sale, since I can'tuse .y toes, buttered: beets, cabbage i
}.t It In Navy-$870. Orady wIUN,4 tea scarce> and hard ta find In this elate bend every; effort:to produce and do the and butter hot gingerbread, i

n.1 Drannen. Lake Butler. ", ,, N, t Farm families throughout- state have Farm Family RtBy
Itp 'things ,
..4; I necessary.Florida for aU WOWd complete the dine/ |
agreed Increase home- about "
Jto garden by:
FOR SALE Income property; Both of these meals have 1
House'' .. I = 25 per cent, but Ik 10O- per cent Increase fOOd
corner Nona and South uv I Anna Mae filke the same, elements. Both
Farmers
Can Be
Church streets. Also building 'MR,_, Is needed and tine 3942'goal for 'Florida
balanced 'Jlutri But
onally. j
oa<
,
lots on new Military Highway wt f arm'gardens: .. 6i,600 Of Maximum Service .Extension Nutritionist
flavorful and; makes use of UKI
and acreage nearby-two miles Florida Crows..vegetableaain-commer-. ,.. There are A number of factors that,.Influence
East of Starke K'fl (Continued From Page 1) pensive' vegetable> and unUllli
1 Address, Own- _I. cial the kind of diet .. '
qu-slidesand"lts:growers"certainly. a family get "' Also'it |
er, Box 306, Starke. tf aBow'ror more time. PI
: wins theirmarkets' continue.But home' allies or our ended force While out :Some of these are income, food selection in food' ftpu'aUon. :

FOR RENT!: -one 4-room, unfurnished gardens' famus'offer:amoet'no-'eom- contribution L* thus indirect It Is none- '
and -produeed'toOd.. The last. la es- ,A'whole day meals must i
ll house with bath two petition at ail-to cctnmarcUtcvegetables.- tbe-lesa Important.
each other'and tacit|
the ,
'peclally' among farm .provide
miles Impertant famines.
east
old 1
on Green Cove
tail Far a families whocfc not get fresh vegetables One direct contribution will 'make
Springs. road. Bee ; 'have- nourishment, -necessary for ntivity.
Mrs Effie this' Is the Some incomes that allow only a
from; their own gardens seldom year through shipment of,canned -
Gatlin $ .
on ,
place, or write E. R. t
Bowers, Hllliard, Fla. l-6-3tp get them from the market.! Consequently, citrus and citrus concentrates. A :small amount of, money ,for food. In I

home gardens) largely mean that the families big plant to process: concentrates la being many daises. this money la not sufficient

FOR RENT-cottages. Mrs. L. are supplied with'muesneeded.- fresh erected at Dunedin and practically all. 'to '
+ M. Clark, 1 1.2 'purchase an'adequate diet' however !
miles out East N Gardens
> Ridding{
& Call street. vegetables) which they.otherwise do not Florida citrus* connor have been given <<
tf wisely,It Is spent.As .
ti bar. large government orders. And our fresh .

FOR RENT: -Upstairs apartmentin The Washington 'conference recom- fruits and vegetables, of which only small the money spent for food rises, .the Insects Will S Sa
Starke MB!' chances> for a better diet rifle with it.
with bath
hot
and 'Increases asked in
,, are some linea, will
mended that frultsj
and
be usedIn
i cold water 'yyj a vegetables But coot alone, is not a measure of
unfurnished.. W. ; ,i.wv t.beI.
continue to Florida sad'health
sunshine
carry ,,
Moore, Starke, It <. I'I'v the Creak and unprocessed state aa far to our, civilian and armed-people* 'desirability of a: diet;, A low-cost assortment ;Food: 'For FreBy
+ %w ec as pofwlWe tq conserve metals and other of foods '
selected
FREE RENT-1 block from P O. + a MJ matJerfaIa' ftta1Iy'needed In the- defense throughout the country.So properly may give

8 room furnlBbed house. Income much for foods. Now for few better return In nutrition and health thana ''
program. They'suggest also that drying a A. N. TI.-t.
from rooms( pilyll'rent; utilities, II IIs more expensive list; ehoeen"at random.
J dehydrating, natural storage and cold words about Borne !other ways in which Associate .Entomologist. Florida
y laundry. Ample living quarters. This is where the homemaker'cornea'
Investment of $179 representing ReV storage' tftvr supplemental> means of Florida farm families can make patriotic in. How well she selects her food dependsupon ment Station.

lees than cost of additional furniture M1' storing surplus products when cans and contributions to thodr state and Nation her knowledge ,of what.makes The Florida ;'family ra1Jtnr I

llnemt etc., purchased iYA.t+s II G equipment are not available. this year. a well-balanced up garden In 1M3 will want the (
diet.
She
No small children. 221 N. Walnut ,,, ur4 dareral -' Metals of nearly all kinds are 'scarce must know food uct for themselves and for *>I
tp planning for garden, values
I projects' : know which foods
Street or P. O. ? and vast defense are economical
Box
r 281, our plants gulp them than for bug which would nf
to
conserve: ) supplies equipment and and reliable
,
sources vitamins
Starke Fla. of minerals,
: down at
staggering rates.
human energy la l8ell.tlalnow. too, since Consequently, protein, and energy given a chan e." So a close Weld|

LOST-male Scottie dog. Anyone a. t lmG ferUIixera and spray materials and farm materials for new farm machinery have Apparently many homemakers do kept of the growing crops andl

knowing: his whereabouts no- equipment are needed to produce their been, curtailed.: But. plenty for repair fully realize the value of not' pump'and dual gun will be Wid
,' tify Morgan's News have been allocated. protective foods
Stand So farmer
110 will do
The i
fullest home can
pooslbto values. la the gardener
hands of inexperienced -m1J1c. butter.
East eggs '
Call Street. ; green 'and
Itp well to keep their leafyvegetables
; K q "w M.Y 1.,0.y, machinery In good re- control -methods' that might III
people or In city backyards and
,
l ta/.l b rM"U1 fruits The avenge diet la,
pair,for labor will be
LOST Bulova wrist watch with or other places not suited to garden scarce this year better! fortified, la practical nor economical on af
gold link bracelet. .. at the Very time when higher proteins and carbohydrates t II
Finder production The help
please crop, they may lie .largely wasted. .than, in the minerals following-point may
) and vit-
return to L.
Bradford needed. Orders should
County Tel- be placed wblli
Willie- it' often wilt ling 'Ce'.lor4eot insect
be desirable
.
'f. foreoxnmuitity mina that these.
protective food
egrapa., Itp prompUy for needed parts and machinery provide. ,
and school garden
garden'to.be'esCabllane4 Of the mineralscalcium crop;
: ,
'' DON'T THROW those ... and for' should be protected while not in .use. Perhaps > and Iron of tbe
good *.,.. -H Club girls; and boys shortages occur most frequently These The two principal kinds
clothe because also lights can be rigged ,00. some <
away they're and VtiUvre-Farmer''
'of America and tahartagee bow even amongfamilies' ,, -recogni d;,hy their.JI18thOOl,
lip
moth eaten or damaged. Have .:" ,'. other rural types'' of machinery, so that it can be
youths to Uig
participate In ;> Che'irlrigtci-bitinghsucub
pending
gardening fairly generoua
them
re-woven like new, or used more hours during the rush ; amounts for
save by having an Invisible .. f 4riii1r. 'avoidance7cf. mistakes .to Even peanut'pickers: be periods. their food. Many diet could be improved 'developed jawsand they bill
I ; might
used at
: of f
rnandng! considerable'' Import ce. Agricultural without wallow of leaves i.te'll
Job done. Helen ; .. n1 ht. spending any more money. It piece
White, 300 Church St., Starke. td leaden sf the United States an agreed metals merely would be a matter of'selecting Their- presence -on plants i IS
"J Scrap
ItpWAJfTEU that there la not a general food shortage lying arouiuTthe farm .more carefully the food the hole eaten:to' leaves or ;fJ1IIb+
from each of
i in the
are demand, and a. soon ... ,
"
in this arrange.
>> TWO MEN ..' country but that there isnecty meats have been different food groups withering plant which they haft
Due 'for larger production of completed by the USDA SCilk is 'economl Among-the mare cbeW
to Increase In business we foods Defense Boards) for handling source ..of'sev- common ]
these
need two men not subject to Immediate in eral,Important food vahtee.It. contributes found''in,Lvegetable gardens &I'
eachcounty, they can be sold
draft who live and .added more SM
in Brad- to good
pWeftgraashopperl
nutrition
to the than any one food. .
ford armament'plW.,.
County. Must have car, be DUNNELLON PUPILS It has
fine
DO.equal as a SuckingImiects, have
ou.t'Ce"of
honest and willing to work. You Rubber will likely be scarce throughout .,> Without'a calcium. lilt!

should make $30.00 to $30.00: a ARE RAISING FOOD the9&1', and farm vehicles with .neroUIJ supply of milk It' Is ..mouthpartwhich they push '

week. Apply in person or write rubber, tires will need to be used difficult: to get-enough calcium for building and through which- 'they .udl"

+ L E. Burman, 2605 Pearl St., .yf" 'C IN SCHOOL GARDEN and judiciously' it Is alllO carefully and maintaining strong bones and plant ap which Ie'their foodsects

Jacksonville, Fla. 2-13, 2tpWANTED ---f"" likely that a scrap rubber collection;'quite campaign teeth and for promoting' a high level of never bite out pieces of t ill j

DUNNELLON. FtAv The DunaeUon will be Inaugurated In the next general health. :Milk la also a source' 'ot but their feeding often.cauaerbe !!

High School defense garden I* going over few week, and here again\ the farm :phosphorus\ proteins of good quality, vitamins. curled' or twarfed;or the v"

in top-notch style, thanks to the Initia family may contribute. A and B, and' it' Is excellent as may ,be-yeOlow.!, Among the :>DItt'mon

t Young Man '. tive of Principal W. P. Davidson and the Once food Is 1 produced It should pellagra preventive. Even, families who sucking insect 'are aprih
Ambitious not
-
A ., industry of thai pupils who work. it. be wasted and there is economize sharply anould get plenty ot pers"and stink bugs!
For Retail Mr. Davidson no necessity for ,milk in aome COOSspraying'
Store started the ban rolling wasteful and destructive f omv Chewing Insects can bo
lands
use of
Good Opportunity for One last' October whon he put the children forests. Spray materials' and fertiliser or, 'Vegetables and fruits belong l In- tne or duating: the ;plan

to work clearing and preparing a big may be slightly protective; class because of their vitamins onoua materials. One of the <
curtailed, and these
Who Is lot ''
Willing adjacent to the' echooi. planted a should: be used Judlcloualyd so that and most easily.obtained of theJt:

To Apply Himself variety of vegetable seed, and urged the they will be most effective make, tremendous )Ja lead _.DUe. One ounce of tic]

children to develop the project. That effort, exert' 'every' powder mixedwith.three. ,,, oupCfl
State Qualifications By doing these things Florida farmers' energy. sacrifice ben
Mr.
'p Dvtdaan plan I* succeeding la will be contributing: Ifnoceaaary,sweat'most dr ted .lime'"nd well stirred'Ot.'water1Imake
pt You; town by the 609 turnip/and materially to nation eestaiiOy.during 1HZ.'but In the end Oon ulapray _
:
IJox 488 Starke : other veg- al defense,' and at,:the,same time, benefiting 1 iwin/tare, the they %' ; i >11
-pIags'flewgrowlagis the, gar- themselves RsattsfwKlattilof4kDOtngi: : ?:: '.If...thiC,grower doe
through
den. .The. vegetable' *. \are-us d'for school ,', increased> incomes .tremendous/that. they: have'clone:thell'part'; "In'the: 'a prayer.hei "can mite four
,lunches. Yt.,- Florida farmer must and'-will: 'u very:'Hf.,democracy world struggle,. .involving. ; the arsenate! *. with" ;,:'two-.poundj' rap oIMtlasdrOa $<) :


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I PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, F RC


); China Day ObservedAt How To Proceed "Target For Tonight"At I Bill Godwin Headquarters does not know In Washington.as yet whether She Mrs. Alvarez NamedTo with ter. one another |

Rotary ClubA With Defense HousingContinued Florida Now Receives Citation Bill was killed in action or taken Head AuxiliaryDr. It steno,

prisoner by the Japanese, but has acCOrd,
China Day program was obcrved ( from page one) First authentic motion pictures Platoon Sergeant William F. every reason to believe that he la M. B. Herlong, Chairmanof Rowe, that three ,v

& at the Rotary Club Wed- of a British bombing raid over Godwin, stepson of Mr Annie still alive and hopes to bear deCl.nltey the Division or Health and civilians left Ater|
i are likely to be able to borrow, Housing for the Bradford County and
with talks b Buddy will be shown at the Lou Godwin of Starke, waa soon. came here
i nonday y Germany Defense Council, has appointedMrs.
add a reasonable price for the lot, band of
they
one
In
Davis, a senior at B. H. S., and FloridaTheatre. today and to- among the Marines cited by Bill joined the Marines May J. M. Alvarez as chairman was Of I
the cost of your plans, the contract President Roosevelt for their 1930. stationed at
Robt. D. Wear executive secretary morrow (Friday and Saturday) of the Woman's Auxiliary. They drove C-//
price of the house, and the courageous defense! of Wake Island out to
of the local YMCA, who in "Target for Tonight," which Among the duties of her committee got him tbt
and
estimated cost of the loan, and "against an overwhelming another
12 In China. Mrs. Emily Phillips
pent
years was filmed with the full cooperation superiority of air, sea, and will be to gather up pillow all seven of then
Interesting facts and figures take 90 percent of this total of the R. A. F. land attacks." enemy Buried HereMrs. cases, blankets, sheets, etc., tage between Lake've

about China were given by they amount. In general this .amount There l Is not a single professional for the hospital which will be Lake City, where
The President's citation stated tot
41 B H. S. senior who concluded should not exceed $3,750.00: because actor In the cast, which is Emily Phillips, widow of established to take care of civilians place.
that "The conduct of
Y bIB talk with the statement that only three F. H. A. loans made up of the very same men the :officers courageous and men who defended the late Rev. Hardy F. Phillips, I' in case of an emergency -
in some ways Chinese students who out these bombingsIn due to the war, Dr. Herlong RULED
In Starke h a v e exceeded this carry Wake Island baa been died Wednesday morning at the KiD :
might be considered luckier than real life. The motion stated Wednesday. Her committee U
amount and It Is unlikely that picturecritic per M-BRADrOa
those of Bradford High. "For Instance noted with admiration by their home of her son, Albert Phillips,
Title Six loans will be approved of the New York Herald will also gather up clothing, TELEGRAPH
fellow countrymen and the civilized
Buddy declared, "our roof in Sanford, and the body was
'In Starke for more than $4,000.00at Tribune says, "If you want to which will be separated as to
la tile, while Chinese roofs are world, and will not be forgotten brought to Starke for burial in
the outside. The reason for witness one of the luost absorb- both sex and age, and will be SUEAFFEnV
bamboo and do not hurt so much so long as gallantry and Lake Cemetery Thursday 8
this. l la to encourage the construction ing dramas ever to reach the Crosby where they can be had at amoment's Pt* 91 Qtll.
heroism are respected and hon- itt
when they fall on He was at 11 o'clock.
"
you. morning
of moderate priced homes in screen, don't miss this film. It i notice in case of an COUNTY :
referring, of course, to the bad The Rev. G. C. Powell conducted TKLECBciitcuir
this locality which can be rented Is being shown on a double feature ored.Mrs. emergency.
condition of the present Starke at reasonable prices after the program with. "All American Godwin received u copy the funeral service! and arlrangemenU

school building;? and took this opportunity emergency i.I* over so that these Co-ed" featuring ,Frances.,I.ang- of,--. the-, -citation..... .....---from_.Marine.. ,, .- I",wer .In.charge. ..of![.1\1.111.1-.." ".M- .IN, coiBTi
to urge Ma listeners to |
rentals will be able to a
t
1 come out and vote for the bond
payments on the mortlTo
j
L..suo on March 10.
recapitulate:
r I Mi-. Wear gave tome first hand 1. Buy your lot.
Information concerning country
2. Obtain your plans.
and the people and stressed -
3. Obtain a bid fr
the Importance of keeping: open
builder.
the Burma road. 4. Consult your broker 6 FOOD; FOR FREEDOM SECTION Febru

The club voted unanimously to financing agency. !

1 continue to meet at 12:15: : War 5. Obtain your commit

!'- Time. loan.6. Obtain your con, Florida Farmers Can Earn Money t .' /


CLASSIFIEDEDWIN 7. Let your contract, :: -
.
8. Your builder a n > And Conserve Soil At Same Time
broker will do the
rest. -.. .
;a SOUTHERS ("D e an ,
h t' of the spoken drama)-Studio
} : of Dramatic Art and stage 1, :Florid farmer an offered toe pportnuity PASTTKEg. :

craft. No "clasHe" Individual TUESDAY, NOVEM under tfc* 1M2 AAA farm program CstaUibiag permanent. cover by

r'' WSi lessons only. Enroll any time. /J6v* 5WWtW9K,ftrt.fa""-, of and planting sod piece of perennial e.
'" carving money intprovtegaa (
4, Six lessons, $:So No books or .'-19M ;'; ;"/". graaw .......... $3.00 per acre '
plays to buy. Studio: over .:- fertility at tIot.... toe 9. Seeding permanent pasture... DJ
+ r Maaonlc Hall, Call St. Hours: 8 W..aiA1fN.1 H C- Carton *tate AAA administrator -
r.= J3-CO per acre V
I, a. m. to S p. m. dally. Drama today .aid a total of approximately 11 'a
1 tic recitals I3.0GQ40O win available.ta OM ta.nJaooerw
I" Js
any special function.Charges kaa.1 adapted pasture mixtures. ...0.15per
Ir
i 01 the scat vUcfr can be earned
? within reason. tf pound
AMi -r<< carrying eat soU-boiMin practice
f 1. Resovatkn of
permanent pasture
,; FOR SALE-93 each--beautiful
that conserve M4 -prove soil fertility
ll .1>N Infested with noxioo weed and
>
black and white ,
puppies, small
nUn
II prevent eroaton and encourage economic
r
p
a house pets Mrs. I* F. Chap- nFa competing plant or abRbe....O-50
nee of the land.
man, State Farm at Ralford. .aFrrT< I per ace
Tie adiainUtrator said that "a ac I- t

y'Pt lip boOding allowance i* computed for each JDROSI05T COTTROf v

t, FOR SALE--New garden and a'.1ki I 11 I farm and tW tanner can earn. the toO 12. ConatrocUoo of standard terrace

field seeds< Pepper Tomato, aflowauw: for tu form by carrTing- outanfflctent for which proper outlets are pro- '

Cukes and Squash, Beans, Peas, e..YA as 7 of the wO-buUc&nc practice Tided .. 0.79 for 100 linear ft.'ClUtCC -L-- \ V
rt Peanuts and Corn. Cole Plant ?yea I,
1 ers, Fertilizer Distributors and Al1.A i id = most needed en hi. farm. Paymenf suf- HAXTKC AND>> COVCK CROPS \

Parts-at White's Store, located k4r rIdea&: to pay a good part of the cost 13. Green manure cover crop of

't 100 yard S. W. Starke Primary nmaa of carrying rat ..-..ld&4s practice* legume and whiter non-legttme.

r School .building. 2-6 2tp k"t t can be earned if these are carried out . ... ......... S1.5O per 'acre

FOR- SALE Charleston Wake. m{ ,,, I according to peciflcaUona. |t) Green roanore and cover crop

; field cabbage plante, fl.CO per k y IM. I- The 1941 Florid AAA Handbook bate of summer non-legume.v.3 per

Ms 1.000. See George Flynn, { IS practice which farmer can carryout acre ? rut PE.VNTT: wt3
get the lap, since Florida farmer
Starke, Fla. AppneaMe are joining } It. only east and south of
the
J.Hw. during period from January 1 Edutneast In producing a tremendous
;supply tor oil to keep UJ* wheels rfi
Madison
d 7 FOR SALE- 1941 Tudor Std. to December 2t, 1,..%. The practice/ wtta County.) and to supply civilian needs.

rry { Plymouth sedan; 19,000 miles, % rate of payment are outlined below and 14. Summer legume uterplanted or

TVA, $55 radio; other accessories; ," : e tbs complete specifications are given ifltb grown in combination with Inter- Seed Available And never separate education tea

It excellent care;; excellent rubber. {A.e ; Handbook now avatlatle la each tilled row crop ... 0.30 per acre and medical. care and wu pie
For quick sale, since I can't ..
'
1,1 ?- county AAA office FORESTRY Prices GuaranteedOn emphasis on health and
use it In NavY-$870.
kt Orady 13. Forest tree understanding-of democn!
0 1 Itrannen. Lake Butler. Itp Mlp II ApplJeaUx..om..a.* plantings on cropland
\ farm Peanuts For Oil stressed in the 4-H Club
or
: 1. AppUcatl of the ItoOowJrg o material woodlands! pines. yellow

+ All FOR House SALE- Income property. I to or In coniMcUon with the poplar black: cherry or red cedar To assist Florida farmer in raising Mrs Roosevelt urged the
Nona
$r Church corner streets. Also and building South .' the fuD seeding of, perennial or biennial (a> 630 tree per acre...$-LO per peanut for oil this year, the Agrl. a half 4-H Club members ae

acre. cultrual try to take* a the
goal
lots on new Military Highwayand legume, perennial grasses, winter Adjustment Administration bas

acreage nearby--two miles legume. ]epedeza, crotalana 41) 400 pin* tree per acre....U.0O) arranged with the Commodity Credit 4-H Victory Program to

f East of Starke. Address Own. Natal ....... permanent pasture, or per acre Corporation for farmers to be mpplied people who are not reached\tojiorganisation
er! Box 306, Starke. 15. Forest tree and who
P tf Nd. STem manure crop tn orchard plantings en fenced with seed peanut on a "pay a* harvested POW

( u + FOR RENT---one 4-room, unfurnished ,(a) 49 pound available phosphate aon-crop open pasture land not considered plan. County agent and County AAA most, thus giving all tang
l farm opportunity to> feel that they
house with bath two ,1.JO woodland personnel have Information concerning

4y" miles east on old Green 'Cove (b) Basic slag .. tMt per tan (a) 630 trees per acre ...'3.00 per the plan It to stated by H. O. Clayton, of the Nation' plan to win tin

+ b Springs road. See Mrs. Effie 1" rMI .(e) Fin ground raw rock or colloidal acre. chairman of tie Florida USDA War.'
a I' Gatlin on place, or write E. R. (b) 40O '
pine per acre. .$1.50 Board.
Bowers, Hilliard. Fla. l- .3tp 1 phosphate containing not .lees. acre per Sheely Lists Points
than 29 percent P2O3 4Mt per ton He calls attention to the fact that

FOR RENT--cottages. Mrs. L. .fA I I"- ;(df Raw rock or eoBodial phosphate (c) Planting: specified forest tree price for peanuts produced for oil this To Keep Work

hr. Clark. 1 1.2 miles out East containing not lea eedling. (including shrub brn year have been
than
H" t 18 per- guaranteed by the De-
Call
ctreet. tf 11 's I cent P2O5 ... 4.2O per ton flcial to wildlife.7J0: > per acred partment of Agriculture at not lea thair In Working Co

tbd'' FOR RENT-Upstalra apartment ; II II.a" ie> SO percent muriat) of potash or ( ) Protecting muck land subject to 992 a ton for No 1 Spanlsb and 978 a Florida farmer, prtpaZlbiggest !4

I 1 t- cold In Starke water,, with unfurnished.bath, hot and Ita equivalent applied to permanent cMous wind erosion by etablilf tontor No. 1 Runners delivered at designated crop year in history,a

'I ++ Moore Starke, W.It k pastor, lepedesa, or kudzu ing approved shrub wmdbreaker assembly point horsepower out of their leO I

,A.Y' 2t.00-per ton .... 2 cent per plant. Mr. Clayton say that plenty of Beet'- observe a few points tthlck i 1 ;FREE RENT-i block from wi 2. (a) Dolomitio limestone. .. are available, and that
8 p. o. r r > I J4-CO (e) Improving ctaad of forest tree Florida farmer put and keep the work stud
fa room furnished house. Income t, 1 per ton under are securing large quantities of them condition SHeeljr,
g; from rooms pays rent, utilities, Mho Ji1 Other approved system of farm aays W. J.
t laundry. $ I ground limestone cr woodlot -and wildlife bandman with the State A
Ample management
t Investment of $175 living: representing quarters. ,.'rt '*'' I 1-., equivalent.... 12M per ton (applicable only In AUcbua Co- Victory Program Is tension Service. He adds IiI!
Application
of
lew than cost of additional furniture not leas than 2 too lambia, and Washington countle) time during'the busy work

Hnenis etc., purchased. 'rIeF fNt mulching material to orchard or ... .'2.00 per acre Launched By State's year will be mon serious U.

t No small children. 221 N. Wal. commercial: vegetable laM....$1.:10: '? He the following
t nut Street or P. O. Box 281, r II per acreforOfagr 3I1SCXLLANEOCS Farm Girls And Boys suggest
'
k't a* being well for Florida
Starke. Fla. .
4a 1 17. Growing an
approved borne
garden Launching of a seven-point Victory remember:
LOST-male Scottle dog. Anyone YAr y WvQtff(I'' I .. Seeding annual .leepecSeza..S1.00pel' for a landlord, tenant, or sharecropper Program by Florida farm boy and girl 1. That It 1* necessary to e

knowing hilt whereabouts no. Fr tzisYou" acre family on a fana....SI. 0 through organized 4-H Club ha* been horse and mule which ban

tify Morgan's News Stand, 110 4A Seeding Annual rye gras.... per garden announced Wllmon :
by Newell Directorof for time gradually
1 East Call Stieet. wMfi...d fw O.75 JS. Control of some by '
Itp acre
per myrtle
oa fenced non the State Agricultuarl Extension Ser the Jleverit'and amount of*

LOSTBulova wrist watch with & Seeding le pedeza sen eca..1150a crop open pasture land....J1.3O per vice. Basis of the program was laid down 2. The ani Oal'* feet must tk
link .. e.1. per acre acre.
bracelet Finder please In a dlscuasion of civilian defense at a and serviceable by regularshoeing.
return to Bradford 4 (Not applicable east and
County Tel. south of conference
recently M Washington be- .
1.
,, Madison
Itp -( County) tween 4)-H) club leader! la the Departmentof 3.Use of multiple hitche i*!
a .. Seeding winter TIAXT MORE .
PL.
legume
DON'T ttTsMONTICELLO
THROW -Austrian dIIiJ+
those good Agriculture and Mrs. Franklin D. the amount of work done
clothes away because peas vetch, blue lupine,, white Roosevelt
they're reduce man-labor requiremei
moth eaton or damaged. Dutch or Ladino clover .. J'LA-Negro farmer *
y them re-woven like new Have, or ic' i- acre 1.5O per of Jefferson County will plant SO per The program call for (1) Interpreting 4. Heavy breeching harnesi

save by having a n Invisible 7. establishing a cent more acreage in peanut than their to the community the four freedoms: be used for' field work wbel-

mond'ng! Job done -.. Helen .. cover*of kudzu permanent vegetative goal call for this year, Is. A. Groover Freedom of Speech Freedom of Worship., i* required.

White, 306 Church St., Starke. I 14,50 per acre Negro farm agent report Freedom from: Want, and Freedom from 3. Sweat pad are a poor *V

Itp Fear; (21 making every effort to pro a collar fit-they are hot aIM.
il'
I WANTED TWO MEN Terraces Built Under AAA Save duce and conserve needed food In 4-H 6. A slow horse or mule
'
1 Due to increase in business we 1 Club project; (3) saYing for victory- worked with a fast one-tea*

need two men not subject to immediate Florida prevention of waste collecting scrap matched for better work\

N 1+,, draft who live in Brad. Farm Land metal, burlap old paper etc.; (4) developing 7. Check the antmars teeU

ford County. Must have car be Individual and community they are fat condition to chef*

should honept and make willing$30.00 to work. You .. bealtli; (5) learning useful technical and hay.
to $50.00:
week Apply In person or write a mechanical skill and i volunteering for S. Warm up the animals

I* E. Burman. 2603 Pearl St., civilian defense work; (A) practicing the the beginning of each wort
'
Jacksonville, Fla. 2.13 2tp 1936 democratic procedure; and (7) understanding water :groom and salt them!1'/'"
kJ I
the social and economic force

!I at work in this country through dlscu- THIS

WANTED I 'slon group and other organized l comn.m- FOOD FOR FREED)


i' l Young Man Ambitious I 1937 ity The activities.program i Is a wartime revision of Publlsaed SECTIONI. By nr

1 For Retail Store kk a seven-point program which the 15,000 FLORIDA' AGRICU \.

Good 4-H Club member and the 400 local 4-H EXTENSIONUNIVERSITY SERVI
Opportunity
for One
Club leaders of Florida have been carryIng OF FLOGAINESViLLE.

Who Is WillingTo forward for the last year and a half. fLO
.
In commenting on the program Mrs. Distributed W
Apply Himself .r '938kk kki Roosevelt And
in
put
a strong plea for aottvlUe *
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1 State Qualifications '. which
develop a better .
p.' under:: In the Interests ofFlorida
I I standing of democracy ....,
, Box 4S3 Starke and produce bet- 8lrppU. 11 I3'

lash *,.**. rr*..a.. 1.000.000O ff *f lerrce people.ter'health She and nutrition among young mL'JOot :i Ell Pll: .
said that
what "
the young Director Elk"
,
people are thinking and deciding today i* A. 1". SPENCER t"lam.

,. dust what. the world i* going to be later. :
-- Mr J. FR.IXCXSCLVDK C00PfJl'e
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TAKKE.m FLORIDA
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In Washington. She I Mrs. Alvarez Named with one
; ; China Day Observed How To Proceed "Target For Tonight"At Bill Godwin does Headquarters not know as yet whether ter. another 01

tf At Rotary ClubA With Defense HousingContinued Florida Now Receives CitationPlatoon Bill was killed the in Japanese action,or but taken has To Head Auxiliary It seems. acCOrd!,
prisoner by Rowe
that
Dr. M. B. Herlong, Chairmanof three
China Day program, was observed ( from page one) First authentic motion picturesof Sergeant William F. every reason to believe that he la the Division of Health and civilians left v

Wed- British bombing raid! over Godwin, stepson of Mrs. Annie still alive and hopes to bear definitely ptaba
at the Rotary Club are likely to be able to borrow, a soon. I Housing for the Bradford County and came here
nesday with talk by Buddy Germany will be shown at the Lou Godwin of Starke, was Defense Council, has appointed band of one to
for the lot, I of
add reasonable In May
price
a Bill the Marines the
the Marines cited by joined chairmanof
M. Alvarez as
among : Mrs J.
and to- was
at B. It. S., and Florida' 'Theatre today stationed
senior
Davie, a at
the cost of your plans, the contract President Roosevelt for their 1930. the Wtoman's Auxiliary. C"
Robt. B. Wear, executive secretary morrow (Friday and Saturday) They drove out tci
of the house and the defense of Wake Island Ibt
price courageous the duties of her com- got him
of the local YMCA, who In "Target for Tonight1 which Among and another
pent 12 years In China. estimated cost of the loan, and was filmed with the full cooperation "against- an overwhelming Mrs. Emily Phillips mittee will be to gather up pillow all seven of them
and i
of air sea,
,
Interesting facts and figure take 90 percent of this total of the R. A. F. superiority enemy Buried Here cases, blankets, sheets, etc., tasre between ,!*
land attacks.
about China were given by the amount. In general this ,amount There la not a single professional stated for the hospital which will be Lake City, whereTj

B. H. S. senior who concluded should not exceed $3,750.00, because actor In the cast, which Is that The: The President's citation conduct of :Mrs. Emily Phillips, widow of established to take care of civilian place.
: courageous
t' ftlH) talk with the statement that made up of the very same men the late Rev. Hardy F. Phillips, ? in case of an emergencydue -
only three F. It. A. :loans the officers and men who de- to the war, Dr Herlong RULED
might in some be considered ways Chinese luckier students than In Starke have exceeded this who carry out these bombingsin I fended Wake Island'* has been i I I died Wednesday morning at the stated Wednesday. Her committee 'I perTKLKGRAPH.M-BRADFOII INDEX:
real life. The motion picturecritic
thorn of Bradford High. "For In- amount and It is unlikely that of the New York Herald noted with admiration by their home of her son Albert Phillips, will also gather up clothing, .
Title Six loans will be approvedIn fetlow countrymen and the civi- Sanford and the body was
i stance," Buddy declared "our roof in which will be separated as to
Starke for more than 4000.00 Tribune says, "If you want to lized world, and will not be forgotten Starke for burial in
la tile, while Chinese roofs are witness one of the most absorbing brought to both sex and age, and, will be SUEAFFKIlV
at the outside. The reason for I so long as gallantry and Lake Cemetery Thursday be had ..
bamboo and do not hurt so much i dramas ever to reach the Crosby where they can at amomenta 11I1, Qta $1.7
this la to the construction heroism and hon
encourage
are respected at 11 o'clock.
when they fall on you. He was of moderate priced homes in screen, don't miss this film." It morning notice in case of an COUNTY TKU5GB;

referring, of course, to the bad this locality which can be rented is being shown on a double fea- ored.Mrs. The Rev. G. C. Powell conducted emergency.
condition of the present Starke ture with "All American Godwin received, a copy the funeral service, and arranxemenU -

school building; and took this opportunity at reasonable price after the Co-ed"program featuring ,Frances. Lang of the citation from Marine.. ".w r.,..,In,, ,charge. jot l.1\1..1&I.J..,"g a..M..aerrMSws--u IN,, CIHCtIT 101
I to his llateners to emergency It over so that these -: ; ._.;"'::::. ..' ::- ,""'t' --- T| |
urge ,
rentals will be able to <
.
come out and vote for the bond
o payments on the mort
lasuo on March 10. (

t M,'. Wear gave some first hand To 1. Buy recapitulate your lot.:
Februaryl I IIWayo
Information concerning the country 2. Obtain "
your plans.
1 and the people and stressed .
the Importance of keeping open builder.3. Obtain a bid fr 8 FOOD FOR FREEDOM SECTION ,


i the The Burma club rgad.voted unanimously to financing 4. Consult agency.your broker Food Basket Will Food For Freedom' duclng,:i an abundance ofsyrup goo

t,' continue to meet at 12:13: WarTime 5. Obtain your comml' Says Florida's '
' Aa a final reminder
be

loan.6. Obtain your coo Overflow'As Farm FamiliesGrow CropsFlorida Banner Is InscribedBy beat.: results. cane should t be 11)1)

CLASSIFIEDEDWIN 7. Let your contract. lore March 1. although it cao bi

8. Your builder a n Farmers In 1941 after that time.Forests .

broker will do the rest. sized "food ,
9' SOUTHERS ("Deanof ., already a good

the spoken drama)-Studio iMUikef for the United States, is destined a.,

of Dramatic Art and stage- f: _. 4 to. bet even more Important In -the foodteu&dutAo4 4'L' Secretary of Agriculture\ Claude R. Play Vital

y craft. No "clashes." Individual TUESDAY .NOVE&I ( program now 'under way, drjnres #- Wickard in his annual report "tells how' Part In'America'Great '

177+i lessons only. Enroll any time. ":-I' _.... ,, 't ;' .,.:"';; Nathan :Mayo, Commissioner of farmers in 1941 Inscribed' "Food fur
Six lessons, $5. No books or y.. ...
... IOafa :
tfricutture.vin! urging Florida farmers to Freedom" on their banner, and joined Ware
'
to Studio ?
plays buy. : over -
-
..:.: rw .'u'pend magnificently -the Food for In a drive for ary
Masonic HaJJ Call St. Hours: 8 1 : urban industry new
to S Drama ::: +r'eedoni: -drive. By U. T. N>'dsnd
a. m. p. m. daily. ? war production.The
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t H .. ...... .
,iEx tension kbnsW
tic ,. touted for \
statement
r recitals given for "clubs" &11 especially ?&r report covers the defense program
'v1at' or special function. Charges I Wood with IU Uiouaantt
any r. Etrbr rood" for Freedom section Com- It In before the uwtjstores
a' period- ,was print
1M within reason. tf :-::: ,. ....l toner Kayo says: United States entered the war The ,Secretary '*!; ,'<"are'.today: playing

FOR 8ALE-$3 each-beautiful '''>' "We Florida agriculture bave' been in points out In thegreatbattle for freed
.
... a postcrlpt..how'e'ver.
black ....,...,.".".. allot us are.engaged. And, alOttory
44 s' and white puppies, small ended on. to1 do the biggest/ production that agriculture's war Job,; though rnoro

+ F house pets. Mrs. L. F. Chap- ..eqb a..'t.I II toiHk-ln our history;_and we are going to urgent and more-difficult than It* earlier is worv-Floirda forests
man, State Farm at Ratford.ft k. be called upon to help' us
4nm. da We the .
!Jt. must not only keep foo.J.flMkpt defense task, .is the same in character:
lip i'ffi: full, but make It overflow. war: "destroyed. "Forests t"
i It Is to provide Food for Freedom in
FOR SALE-New garden and ......'''..''... '"rha' thsk' before ua' 18 'our port in composition and in. abundant sup cue'.' may.well be our lIIogBII
proper
field seeds Pepper, Tomato, '!)'><" and- tomorrow.To .
.116'national war-time We must .
program. waste of land labor, or'ma.
.... ply, without ,
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Cukes and Squash, Beans Peas, ."N.Ntr I tiKfocm It satisfactorily, and the tar., ub provide the sinews of j
Peanuts and Corn. Cole plant .. cbinery.'Orealer'dtffleulty.- ... '
house' soldiers'in j
.".. r 'enw'a-of every other state, likewise.mtM our training
J4 en, Fertilizer Distributors and f ""r in the task resultsfrom
Parts-at White's Store located .. MwiMMire up to what .Is expected of them NATHAN MA'l'OThese ships,, factories, and dwellings

the drain' of war on the supply ot
....
I. lnv. this bur workers. we must have!
i 100 yard S. W. Starke Primary ,, Victory war to protect coun- ory
::. ;. t agricultural labor, machinery,.,and othrmeans
Yk School building. 2-6 2tp try 'and our ideals in dependent on our Free Bulletins South's goal for 1842 la U.6 b
of and from the fact
production
fet of lumber, 0.5 billion board fr
effort*-tha efforts of all American
FOR SALE Charleston Wake. ry., .,. that the spread of naval fighting reduced
.'I You Produce cut in 1940.Naval .
W farmer May Help than were
field cabbage $1.60
1 plants, per i imports," says the Secretary. "With
' 1000. See George' Flynn t"" "To perform our tank and duty suc- Store ioili
This scantier faculties, must
a More Foods Year agriculture pro-
4; 4 Starke, Fla. it; C-oiMfuUy-wlU require the united, whole Florida's.goal for naval i
tl' luce more.! New motives enter the agricultural
''I MN'i tMtartrd effort of all of us., "All of us" ductlon tor 1842 la 107,400 ututnj
FOR SALE 1941 Tudor Sid. i = Various agendas navo accumulated >a assignment because defense'I
doesn't mean just: the farmer who owned ; is"'cue barrel of turpentine i /
Plymouth sedan; 15,000 miles, Ii.e. storehouse o of information which can be now Involves fighting as'well as produc
135 radio; other accessories; Mwfswm or the share-cropper or the tenant barreLs of rosin). This la an I I2tf.840
rid.NAbq of material assistance to Florida growersin tion. Producing food for our' own inv
: excellent carer'excellent rubber. ; "all of us" means every farm owner ( units over 1940.
food for fret-dorm Among mediate In warfare well for
producing use as as
+ For quick sale, since I can't .nd every share-cropper and every tenant 'It now appears that mice
It In ua ew them are the United States Departmentof the use of our allies, summons every'
fl ,t use Navy-$870. Orady ,'. and everyone working In :Florida ag., farmers take advantage of Itojj
rannen, Lake Butler. Itp r Agriculture, the Agricultural. Experiment participant to a greater unselfish effort." Ifthedr
-ficulturet We cannot expect theotherrelk tunitles for producing gum
? Station in Gainesville, the Agricultural "We need the extra supplies," UK '
says
FOR SALE- Income property + w to do our part in thia vitally tra: ; turpentine trees, the pat!
ref, House Extension Service, which .la 'represented report! "to make sure that our own people -'
corner Nona and South ,,0'1w' fJOrlant.ta8k.hla Job .la to do his own' al stores so urgently needed najj

Church streets. Also building I i pact.ftnd. that's going to- take all of hU by county and home demonstration will have plenty, to provida'food for met"The. demand for naval t

lots on new Military Highway Ate{ agents, and other'! organizations. Manyof the people of England China,. and tee'othrlr and I Iwork'
effort and time. We all must do our part. great, prices are high,
t and acreage nearby-two miles 1vH4 these have available for free distribu countries resisting aggression, .and

1 r Mast of Starke. Address, Own. That Florida agriculture will do. its tion bulletin bearing 'on. the foods of to give the starvingconquered people their timber themaelvwniz

,er, Box SOS, Starke. tf tlm-tw.I haven't the .slightest doubt.. OUr' handsome profits as wells
k which increased production Is desired. of Europe something) depend: on.when, nerd
ul in this time of
country
FOR RENT hearts and our efforts are in this task.. 'Among the Extension Service bulletinsof the and to ?
--one 4-room, unfurnished kvlte' fighting stops encourage them Goab

house with bath two a04fmi.n'l' ....-thIs fight for freedom- and we are going interest are: Bui. 107; The Home meantime in their fight 'against opprea< lulpwood In

't+ miles east on old Green 'Cove .to do It. Garden;. 81, Butchering and Curing Porkon sLoru If we have food ready-to pour-to. Paper pulp.is anotherforest f/If
s product in the program |
Springs road. See :
Mrs. EffleGatlln : :
., NATHAN MAYO the:farm; 82, Feeding for:Milk Production to the occupied countries-and even' Into total II
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on place, or write E. R. 'n'a al' Defense. For 1942 a
; 86, Screvrwonna in Florida; 101 Germany aa soon as the battle.,for democracy
Bowers ,
Milliard. Fla. l- .3tp Commissioner .of .Agriculture 000 cords of wood will be i n
\ HogrLot Equipment for Florida;,,104 Beef has been won-Hitler's strength mendous --quantities of woodcontainers !

t FOR RENT-cottages. Mrs. L. Production in Florida: 6O} Culling for will crumble sooner;. Food-will 'win the cellulose
M. Clark. 1 and
1-2 miles out East V paper
k' treet.a w Egg Production; 77' House and Equipment war and write' the peace. At the*' peace u
Call e- tf mujt be quickly avi
li Credit, Is AvailableFor for. Poultry; 94, Growing Healthy table the 'existence here of a great re- purposes The more than two and a

FOR RENT-Upstair* apartment ,s.& Chicks and Pullets;;and Clrc 50. Portable serve of food will reinforce our views a*>
No{ in Starke with bath, hot and e". : Foods lion acres of woodland on
,4. Producing AU-PurpoM Poultry House to what the- peace; should be."-
I to
vl cold water, unfurnished. W :.i, ;> is; now being counted upon
.,_ Experiment! Station BuJletins. of Ge&
Moore. 4 'i : timber
Starke, It ; the: war. However
:et But When Prices Are High ,1* A eraT Interest include; But.. 329, Pasture; be cut destructively. Enouk |
FREE RENT-1 block from P. O. j., Clover Studies; 351, Whiter Clover Paa- Smith Urges Farmers To
8 room furnished house. Good Time To Pay'DebtsIt sound trees must be left for i
Income tune; 355. Corn Varieties and Hybrids;
from rooms pays rent, utilities, Produce vest 'In the. next few years ti\<\
and 274. Management of Dairy Cattle. Syrup For Home
e, laundry. Ample living quarters. is expected that the greatly xluttukxl needs can t>0 met, by utilizing*
Iw 1 A complete list of bulletins, as welt .
Investment of $175 representing .." food production program of 1043 trees 'which'are ready. This to Jiness
Fs most
an free copies of of bt
lets them can '
than
cost of additional fur wIll cause farmers to need 'more credit The old pitcher U backon for* both.the farmer aDII
A niture, llnenn obtained by inquiring sat the office of syrup coming:
etc., purchased. ( .
. II than they would for normal production. the table in Florida 100,
farm homed
No small children. 221 N. Wal NNy-{ the county and home demonstration agentor It,
J addition to banks and .other
'4 nut Street or P. O. Box 281, private writing to, Agricultural Experiment indeed It has ever disappeared from

Starke Fla. -. ImcUne agencies there are a number of, Station. Galneavllle Fla. then;says J. Lee Smith agronomist with ORANGE OOtTNTY CLt.

LOST-male Scottie ; z +i ll fj'e ffOuernznent' organization equlpped.to extend the State Agricultural Extension Service* ORLA."iDO. 1''Lt\-Are'
dog. Anyone '
knowing his whereabouts notify .2 credit to farmers. Among these MORE PIGS AND 'MORE ... Sugar rationing Is giving more import' ....11 dub member eafff, ta 1 1ooontry
the ,Administration '
P" are Farm Security anc to syrups; and honey: 'IU'f
Morgan's News Stand, 110 GARDENS EMPHASIZED : win the
t.; East Call Street Itp 1 PnXtactlon Credit Association, and the Mr. Smith thinks Florida families 'Hare's yeur answerCounty -* '
N M R+ M YIW.y IN MADISON PROGRAM
Mxleral Land Bank ,
of Columbia.
IM on
general farms
LOST will, do .well;thin. Agent K. C. Mum
--Hulova "Wii'h
wrist "
g. watch %'be'Agricultural Adjustment Admini MADISON FLA-Aloro"pigs and spring to plant little *"
gold link bracelet. Finder \ more a more cane for- Orange .County's club .
please ,
i return to Bradford County Telegraph .. stration-ex tend* credit against expectedpayments garden for victory are; the theme of the syrup making. He pointy out, that o syrup,, ItHmr.SSr. Moore:'

;,. In the purchase of certain con Increased production now being contains vital food element
II program
Itp :( ,, not found in f P eas* i send nx some
', DONT THROW : nervation materials.., Conservation materlaU -- launched by Madison' County 4-H club ret! l.ed.u.rar. ; thus giving It double valueat I books on'pigs and gartloo.)'

clothes away because those they'remoth Rood ,1t.. available. SO under the" AAA program.1o.FJorida..lU'e girls and home- demonstration. club women this time. ..... thrw anything; btl percent superphosphate, .
'
eaten or damaged. Have ',.,. The extension agronomist calls attention doing (3'projects' ) !to !ht'lptl'
them re-woven like new, or aregrowers )" ? "Is there' any way
save by having a n Invlnlble ., 1'' Mono, dolomitic limestone peanut seed home agent. Miss Bennie F. Wilder, to in nearly every county who have banked ,*ttt'stamps and bond far

mending! : job done. Helen and winter legume seed. whom they' recently presented supplies of one'or f.
a token' H
more of the recently
White .t' try? If there Is, let me J
306 Church The Agricultural Extension
St., Service of
Starke.
sugIrwta appreciation for five introduced
( ;yeara service improved moaalc-lmmuaa and do to
: thing' .dlMK I, man
ltp that while farm products sail-. the
____ are girls and women are going nematode-realatant varieties of '

rFn e WANTED TWO MEN long-at good price Is a fine time to pay to expand their home gardens and raise 'cane: lIe suggests such varieties syrup as Co. OOCNTBV Youn rrrlLester

Due to Increase in business we oft Indt.bbdn.ther than Incur newobligations. more pigs. They also will enlarge their, 290 Co. 851, Florida 762, or CP 118, and' BUIP.

need two men not subject to Immediate << poultry flocks during the year.. adds that POJ 213 also Is available' Deices
draft who live In Brad ... In 8.1 I am boling
ford County. Must have car, be r- places. All of these are capable orp -- pow.;I jMtyiall, t can.

honeK and willing to work. You

I should make $30.00 to $50.00: a ,' THEY RISE AND FALL TOGETHERFarm C'.
Florida
I' week. Apply in person or write Cash Income O 'Income of Industrial workers Farmers Build? S Iy
L
E. Burman. 2603 Pearl St., f assess

t Jacksonville. Fla. 2.13 2tp

"a we.-n aorr.c Legumes and Grasses

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