Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Siding for BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries ':l,. :..

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Official Count Publication Established In 1877 _


Iidtsload$ Building Burns To GroundIn Registration Here Ocala Firm Gets Contract .;, '

261 Early Monday Morning FireThe Totals 837 :

For New School '; 1
mo _spec- i
rly Date tacular and coet- In Three DaysOn .
ly blaze Been in '" ,

.m hardsurfaclng nrnrn..,I. one twn-lane lane years Starke-- -In occurred--many- ,. '" Mttftm Bradford_At February..2A-jLnd County 14.16 44 between refflstered 837 men the for In 3 New Stores |t.t l County: Politics Will I RushConstruction ; A t;:: .;; ;

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thoughts of war, priority Director Says ::
lee and rationing on their
X Bradford, Count lung are'
cntly about to forget there'll The bid of John Canopo of Ocala ''
od for Freedom "I
Section election on Tuesday, May 5. to erect the new addition to ,

average election yours, right llradford High School, remodel r '
,January 1, candidates for I., the old building and add two '
JH county office begin room to the present Reno (colored '

sing their hats In (the ring, I school for 1131,190 was accepted r
by the middle of .'ebnlal'Y'III by the County Board of

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLA. FEB. 13, 1942 usually a formidable crop Public Instruction Ira special
.jidldatea So far this year, meeting last Monday Today the ?
yer, there has not been a contract will be signed by both 'v
: J formal announcement parties and construction will get ,

Farmer Can Be Of Maximum IN A NUTSHELL Goals Upped On / ; course, Interest Is always under way at a very early date. : ,
)a I Here are Bununanzed' trio principal hero are various county of- Hoard, stated Wednesday.

Help To State And Nation This Year things Florida farm families can do Some Important ,1to be contented. All five A' recent communication from I*' I
right now to make their contribution to on the Doard of County Rollin titter, acting regional d1"I; !

the food-for-freedom and contribute ,4lmtlonei must be filled, and rector of Region 3, Defense Pub- iji ,
program ,1 Board members from DI.:1 |..- lie Works, w
Atlanta Ca, to Mr.
I }Francl. CooprrAgricultural milk produced by one or two good --. at the same time to a. quicker State Products : (Lajvtey and N. Starke) Sparks mated: "Every effort ha A. ,r

i Eatea4o* Other than that principal incr>a ee must victory for the United Nations: "..la'iel 3 (Hampton. Drooker been 'crm do and will be made to : ,

Sealed come from commercial dairy ,farm Grow an adequate home garden to am ant New River) must bed complete the project at the ear-

farmer can be' of maxhi where facilities are available for utinzlAX. : provide food for the family. Florida,, farmers' are starting their A representative to the (lies possible date." It will require ,

state and the Nation and distributing the milk produced. Only Plant more,peanuts for.oll. 1942 crops with,the > a.
Iroduclng food in greater farm families in communities where there Raise more hoga. are making necessary and worthwhile the building, It In believed. San. I
.filtration books In ford Ooln
are now of Gainesville
for of the surplus contributions to the ,Nation's food Is the
are facilities disposing Produce more milk. mip-
ands of
before dlpti, let
[ ever ; unqu ; < supervisors architect. "i
[ (come above all others. can be expected: to produce more than Collect scrap metal and old 'rubber plies and Ita, defense effort They are allows! : Lawtey P. R. Car- Resolutions calling for l

al ways In which Florida they can use at home.. Since greatly In that cannot be used on the farm and sell 'keeping in mind the greatly increase .>; North Staike, S. O. Dent tlon to be held March 10, an to float elec- t

[contribute to_the state creased number of milk cows cannot tx ft to the junk dealer. goal for come Florida farm product South Btaike, Mrs. J, 'W. bonds In the amount of 133.000: to (' '
obtained on abort.;notice, more feed and Cull barren and other inferior' cows which the United Btato Department of *>n; Graham R. S. Wai Jin; taku care bf a Government loan '' : '

a. better care will be the principal means from the herd and sell them for alaugto- Agriculture has Just requested, after It jlon. Joe WiKglnn, ; Tb..reltHa. of like amount, have been withdrawn ,
jea, ; estimates of last fall. 1, P. Dickinson; Now River < Mr. Spark said .,"'
its !
of securing the increases.Considerable ter. had revised "pending/
wrap metalrubberr ert- .l; Johns, Resale Co I son.jlfltratlon the .
,Increases also have been Products more eggs. They are plunging Into what promise to books re-drafting of rewolutlonn that
in will be
Tay forest
materials, ; open will meet Government
fvtntioa of waste of any asked ',in poultry and eggs. Dried eggs Practice selective cutting on woodland bet the year of greatest agricultural production the district supervisors each "Thla. election will approval.be J 1 I
<>r, Another way 1* by and dried milk both very nourishing and leaving enough good trees to pro.'tde in the history of the State and ,day frrr.. 9 A. M. to' 5 p, held In conjunction with the primary < '

meet contingencies.. both of which require little room in ship ) seed and .to keep the tract in pro- 'Nation, .mil March S, after which election In May" he con- '
to ping are among the principal foods. this ductlon., Plant seedlings for future pro- The goal figure listed below are the they will be brought to thegleor's eluded ',

be, Florida farm families to country 1* shipping to Great Britain. duction and for conserving the soil. latest request of the Department of Agriculture office In the court- In the beginning the Govern- j I. :'

and pay their taxaa There seems good prospect that the poultry Waste nothing. Can surplus produce. In the case of peanuts they are .s ment made a grant ot $76.801 and ,
staggering defense loady ) first will be heldesclny *- a loan of '
primary J33.0OOor !
announced a total of :
much higher than originally ,
and goals will be exceeded in Work with others In' homo defense \
the country. And,' too egg while smaller increases have been requested May 5, and the secrlmary 1111.801. Later on. an additional 'A I
themselves \informed and Florida activities.: on Tuesday, May 26. rant of $8,000 wart made In .: '
believed that Florida cattlemen with milk, eggs and naval storoa. order :
It U inty candidates must qualify to take cafe of the rising
crt, patriotic, sacrificing can .render i both themselves and their Slight reduction have been listed for {the Clerk" of. ,the.ClrcuH'notl price, and aim" to add 'ClOl'tll.lU' "I'' '
have AND IIOOH '
been.ivoiU *
as they always country a service by heavier cattle .PKAXCTS hogs and pulpwood. ter' than April 10. Improvement at Reno Thb )'i'I'I'r "
starving not because BRONSON. FUA,-Forty ton of re-. brought., the l.L
total "
laughter this year. Beef cattle number Following are the revised goal: I up to $110,801. ,
)>cause of the ravage of have been distributed by For .
cleaned peanuts acme reason that
'C amount
throughout the country are high. If they Revised Itt42 Production Goal for Florida Of Membership ,
freedom food for victory the CFA Peanut Association amortg'- Le- was later reduced to $111,000, and I > '!
continue to increase there is a good Dairying..278,000,000 pound, a a
possibility Starts Soon
f&m.n1es. Ve then a few
our coat days
ft health of vy County farmers at for plantingthis i ago another
that..cattle prices will slump materially percent increase in milk production; 3,000more $31,000
was donated
yes and our alllea: for _son. Oonty Agent T D. Rlcken- in b Battei'field, secretary of which makes
milked than 1941.
following the emergency* and cows to be the total I add to H2 ,
se. food-one, of the three baker' believes 10 more ton will be,distributed 5tai'ke Chamber of Com- up $ OO, j j'
cattlemen will lose as.a result. Beef ((375,811,216 pounds Signed.) which I* the way It stand today ',
: announces that the j ly|
of to Important and that win
J man- for planting Levy
increase in turkeys According to ,
Is needed now, and Increased ,slaughter Poultry..10 percent vtlon will begin Its m m- Mr Sparks, If the ,; *
i not been in this, country exceed its peanut production goal this, contract price of the
may be the mean of preventing a future 14 in chickens and broilers slaughtered Ip drive this week. Ing- ,
uarter century. of the market. year.:, ; 18.750,000 dozen eggs 3.167,000 ecauue of the Heel CIOHH $136.196-11 subtracted from tills
Ictlon goals have ,been act glut Several Levy farmer 'are using Improved amount. It leaves $11,304 to be
dozen more than in 1940. ((19,231,544 and other civic organlza- I I
Pork i* needed in larger quantities
jited states Department of'Jter sanitary measures in order to functions, the Chamber of expended for furniture and equip-
also, and.,Florida farmer bid fair to ex dozen signed.) ment,
a careful survey of the raise more a.n.J.better. hogs. Hogs.. .79,013.000 pound, slightly fierce has postponed Iteuntil
their with bog
ceed goal "
LuenUy, the task .U. one of: now, Mr. Satterfield
With moat of the products"mentioned.Florida's leas than in 1941. .(103.104,000( pound i Watches Stolen
juion, not J just bit or miss PEANUTS POULTRY .
contribution 'will come largely 1re\ have been numerous .
*: through supplying mora of our own home JASPER, FLAI.Ore.elUWtI:!, more .' Cattle and Ca v-.; ,.236.000 head, "
|toms neede(11 from Florida: needs and releasing that which ordinarily hogs and more poultry 'will be raised on. about 81,000 head more than in 194O; Increase hive part 1 In work that Is Shortly after midnight, Satur- '
nuts, home''gardeDJi., milk farm title in line rather than I Hamilton. County year in alaughter production
is shipped in, 80 that it can go to out day, two ,soldier broke Into the
try, pork and'beef. It I I. with the war-time agricultural program requested (02,234,400 pounds ,y. the secretary continued. Gem Jewelry through the

forlda farmers wilt concen-: : (Continued On page, 4)) according to County Agent J. J. Sechreat signed. f more than ever. Starke lad entrance and were helping them-I, S :

things this'year, r Sheep and Lamb.375,000 pound, ,.Izen of an along active, the body path to of guide free- selves to watches.-old watches, J

{announced goala are: fairly an increase of 7O.OOO pound over 1940. and liberty. It war comes. new watches, big watches, little ';

lit Florida farmers by now( Your 'Farm Can Help Peanut ..Total 273,000 acres for ,t shores, we--the people oft watches but Just watches any kind of watches '
mostly that had been
them 'only briefly. More edible nuts and oUt; 73.000 acre for .are In a hot pot because left for repairs. line moat of I'I', I .,

Irmatlon about these. goal edible trade, same a* in 10-11; 200.000 a nearby location of Camp the new watches were locked I aIn
rust\ J by, writing for'' a -copy ,acre for oil, an increase of 179,000 .,n/r.-, Let us! organize and.bee the safe-:.when In walked the ,, .

'o, or by dropping in your f us y a wor acre; peanuts needed also for grazing. alert owners, M.., and Mrs. A. Kllp-
5 day the Chamber of
II office and fof a very pelle, to use the telephone.
asking ,(141,644. acre signed.) lerce .is receiving mull from. .
Mrs. /
Garden At least 81. OO home gardens 'allonal and State chambers Kllppolla walked In first

ibl purse down on the show cane she
nee, industrial use of oilse .every. -farm family need a home gardenfor 1e needs," Mr. Satterflelii Raw a soldier crawling along behind -

greatly .increased' during Its own enefit. (39,000 garden Aied. "This !Is a service that the counter on his hands and

years. Peanut are'needed signed.) alunble to our citizens, and knees (The owners had left the

.i- edible I trade, and' ur hogs.." Commercial Vegetable*.. .201.000 -ut Isolated.a Chamber U of U Commoitee high time, lights on.) ,Mr. Kllppelle grabbedthe

.*1 J., Lee Smith,agronomist acre; major increase over 1940: 10,000 ve begin to understand the soldier; uttering a few word

tension Service, 'to' suggest; >more acre of tomatoes, 4,000 'more of 11 School, while Mrs.
Kllppelle wont .
thing now i*). for Florida cabbage 2,000 more of green pea; map ; in some sort of defense out onto the sidewalk and cried '

can .do"so ,to" plant peanut ,bean decreased by 600 acre*. ,and helping to reserve! fice- out "Help! robbery!", and night

termlne laler what use they + r fig'a Upland COt.ton..Goal of 59,000 acre,, in our Democracy. policemen W, E. Thornton and

them. A ,price guarantee Gc.5 l;rk I l s ama a* allotted acreage. (More Sea la- 'he from following, a letter paragraph from the In Fred Sapp special officer Leo ,,

or oil u expected to be an- land cotton i* desired) chamber: Wltkrrveklr end several M. Po'.. J

re long but whether it i* or 41Yn" Tobacco (fluo-cured) ,1 ,160 acre ;Msociate Justice Roberts off came 'in anti arrested one man
who had
13 watches under his
I'port' for hogs ha already r an Increase of 10 percent S, Supreme Court said the hat. ,

ed, and the fanner'can soil Corn ..760,000 acres an increase of day: '1 cannot understand The other man got *

rough his hog It necessary.an 18, OO acre over 1941 -. 'mugness of the United through the back door but away was t

; be grown without fertiisequently -. "" Oat'...< .The goal of 14,000 acres la an J. I cannot* understand Its arrested at 7:30: A. M. Sunday ,. "
lYyrtt' G 'acency. mw the results
do not entail addor Increase of 3,000 acre*' or 27 percent. .u cneSH at I'earl Harbor. In with seven watches In his posse- J, );

drain the fertilizer re- Hay.. ,.123,000 acre, an increase os of repeated disasters our aion. Both soldiers are In the /;,'
hands of military i h, ,
authorities. '
ey should 114, planted thick 3.00O acre.over 1940. are suffering In the Pacific, .
ilu.rm. T-_ I Citrus Fruit.?No increase 75quested. "jany ,of us are spending/ our that Kllppelle stated Monday ,p.. : : '
any loss. was covered by In'I.> < ;
yelling 'Why doesn't some-
family with a home gar- surance. '
her goal which the Depart- + e Sugarcane for Sugar....No goal, but do something ?', forgetting .:
Is US collect-
Hculture believe important; k""mss no limitation of acreage. and individually. U. S. Workshop Hobby i a> "
Naval Store.118.00O unit (1 .....
seems, will h idly '
be reached
US, and it Is high time for
thout more interest than ha turpentine and 31-3 obis rosin), an ..- >ne of us to quit yelling and C. A. Jenkins, fireman at Camp H! i .
:ed thus far. Every farm P- crease of :31.4-10 units over IIH -tl. doing our utmost to WINce Blanding and formerly fire chief 1 > !' .
at Starke, has a ,worthwhile
> The following 2 goal are for the entire 'ar." S j
grow a good home '
garden hobby. II* ha built a carpenter ;[f''
health insurance for Its merat I_ South. and paint workshop In connec- j,
t have to buy garden pro r Lumber -' 15.0 billion board feet increase -> Phone Helps tlon with his garage on his home ,

uppUea which are important: of 0.5 billion: over IMU
I e and the armed foroe.and 971 Pulpwood 6.800.000 cords, aUghUjf: jw "police telephone"1 in the streets. '
., under the steps to Frank With the 'stringent regulationsof
saint to AsMrica' air lea* than in 1941
nsporUUon cosuadely
facilities to the A farm .po..... cr."" wave a ,:Burn's office at Call and his new Job. he Is. not aUowed k ''
they would be required in forces while Joadiag a track with the kind of food that win kelp "keep it streets. was worth while to do any extra remunerative

Be vegetable. Here indeed ...1I7i ,." The. plctar Is from a popular V. S. Department of Agrl- MORE IIOME GAMMONS A. U. Alvarez replied "The work. He Is "on" 24 hours and i i i"oft" ;

s where
unity u> make an important farm la the UnlUd State sea make a rateable conUUraUoa to ARCADIA, FLA.-DeSoto County now It's a success; It's a fine ; no during his "off" \ j? r

tnbut1on,III 1942.I every the .ad". victory program fcy producing more milk. eggs pork sad ha more rural home gardea than It bas It's O. 1<.; it ought to have I period he spend a great deal of J [

I milk products are needed'In vegetables, say the Department. A record prodqctlsa of these food had! in many year. according to OwaA..ent. :there long ago." time In his norkaliop. I ,

Uee too.. Of, ourae'every'. Is needed U food soldiers. and sailer, IMP families properly ajoorkaedat F. H. Vance.. ItM

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Official Count Publication Established In 1877


skBids Building Burns To GroundIn Registration Here Ocala Firm Gets Contract I

ad 261 Early Monday Morning FireThe Totals 837
For New School Building i

moHtsspec-: ,. ,
[rIy Date tacular and costly .' In Three DaysOn ,I:; : I
blaze Been in ,,,,1 I''
Starke In many : February 14-18 837 men In Will RushConstruction I"
one lanenmnrwoil I between the New Stores .ll I Politics I '
hardiurfaclng occurred Bradford' County 3 County "
years ':
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...., two-lane ..,+.. wove nu..av ",'" _f:,,..Af..QA..and 44 registered for : ,

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th, thoughts of war, prioritylea Director Says
and rationing on their
i, Bradford Countlann are t I
1942 FOOD FOR FREEDOM SECTION 3. .enlly about to forget there'll The bid of John Cnnope of Ocala '

", election on Tuesday, May 5. to erect the new addition to "i

average election yenro, right Bradford High School, remodel I ,
January 1, candidates for the old building and add two ,

da Farmers Can ReachFoodGoals Without Waste. lia' county offices begin I room to the present Reno (colored
ting( their hats In the ring, ) school for 131,193 was accepted ',; !
by tits middle of February by the County Board of ;

:'l" usually a formidable crop Public Instruction In a special 4
da and the rest of the nan ;Jidldatea So far thin year, meeting last Monday, Today the ,! I

an all-out :food for free- Rural Negroes Are Farmers Can Help By Extension Service yer, there has not been a contract will be signed by both ''F i I

for this winter formal announcement. parties and, construction will get '\ .
n program thiSattentl'O By Saving Baling WireEach course, interest la. always. under way at a very early date.
be well at :,
r it might Raising More FoodIn Names Food Goals t in an "off year" election, S. K.' Sparks. Chairman of the !. .
: to some thing year farmers throw away here are various county of- I Board, stated Wednesday '

not be desirable. Florida enough used baling wire to build three {to be contested All five I A' recent communication from i''
To Assist ,
everywhere: want to Farming ProgramRural Groups on the Board of Rollln ,I
those mighty battleships or 3,000 medium County II Ritter acting regional director ; ;
share In meeting the: liar tanks. In other' words, much of the 100- ,4lHHioner* must be filled, and of Region 3, Defence Pub- r-t '

increased. production of Negroes In Florida are turnIng 000 tons of 14 and l -gauge wire used on Will Check Progress In Food Fer.. .'1 Board members from Dlo- lie Works, Atlanta Ga., to Mr. t

isle, and they will bend to with a will in the war-time agri- the nation's farms each year tor baling Freedom Program And Suggest Istrlct,1 (Laprtey 3 and N. Starke) Sparks been stated: "Every effort has w.
(Hampton, Brooker, made and will be made to
n that direction cultural program. straw and forage crops is aiVvwed to rust Means .f IncreasIng jm) and New River) must be complete the project at the earliest "

al and state leader say Advised and encouraged by Negro, away in a scrap :heap after removal from Production *'d. A representative to the possible date" It will require I.

a can be reached wltbout"assetl agents of the Florida Agricultural Ex- the bale. f .*"* Legislature will also be about 180 days to complete .
which it >I. hop*<
r for. the :future. For don Service, they have been working With a little care, much of this wire Mapping a program d. the building, It la believed. San'I'I 4
of both \ to their' livIng time will increase the effectiveness! of the! help :j-lntration books are now In ford ODin of Gainesville .la the '
eased production steadily ,for years improve could 'be used a second not only for demonstrat
which Its county and :home 'ands of district supervisors architect. '
lulpwood is needed. The in* conditions and health} but the national baling economy but as an Important conservation i.,
/enable jllowa
tlon agent and state staff member a : Lawtey, F. R. Car- Resolutions.
ight, however, and It I la feltis emergency has proved a powerful measure, and a direct contribu- North calling for an elec- (}
to render to :Florida farm families rtr .; S G Den- lion to be held March 10, to float '
will be reached: without impetus to their efforts and they are now tion to the national war effort. Farmers their'effort to produce greater supplies \ South Starke, Mm. J, W. bonds In the amount of $33,000 to 1'j'j

r clean cutting Plenty oCBould doing ,more, than ever before in this line might find a situation in which I new of needed food, the University of l"l0W' "n; Graham, R' S. Wasdln; take euro r'a Government loan "', '

be left In 'the forests and to help in the Food for Freedom baling wire cannot be obtained. Ida Agricultural' Extension Service io- of'.timber ana suggest J. P. Dickinson; New River, drawn, Mr. 'ti't
lure supply Florida extension workers Sparks said, "pending:
program. :
conk'' .
cently appointed a number goal ;J Johns, Remit l Colnon.Istratlon the I
me from the land.Ks "The Food for Freedom program", one that baling wire be removed either by re-drafting- resolutions that "
mitteea.. will be open will meet
have called for Increasedbeef outstanding Negro farmer /said,. "is giv- untying the knot with pliers or by cut Each committee' will work through the district supervisors each "This election will probably approval.be 'I,. "I 'I

but not necessarily l Inction -, ing us a great opportunity to help our- ting the wire a* close to* the knot as possible the county and home demonstration ';day froA., M. to' B P. held in conjunction with the primary I

Beef cattle numbers selves and our country. We are riasing so that it may be used over again. agents, to help farm families produce a41. -ntII :March 8, after which election in May," he concluded i '

high and it is thought ad- more vegetables for our families, have Short ties may be .used again' by make much'of the different food products dur* they will be brought to theVlnor's ,

ooth out the cattle produc- more milk cows than ever before on our ing shorter, lighter weight bales, or they ing 1942 a* possible to comply with the office In the court. In the beginning the Govern Ji';'

slaughtering: 'more animalshis farms, and we are planting more peanuts may be spliced to full length. Baling goat for the state and the counties recetitly ment made u grant of 976,801 and I
a loan of
gives' producer an ex- wire hung over fence or piled In .heap' e tint primary will beeaUy hel 335,000--or a total of I .
and raising more hogs. of thwUnited i'
adopted at the suggestion '
> May 5, and the ecirlmary $114,601. Later additional
on. an :
tunity to sell, at good prices and other nutritious outside the' machine shed may'ru t and .
More milk grant
eggs States Department of Agriculture on Tuesday, May 20. of $8,000 was made, In I
r fat but unproductive and food have been badly needed on many become unfit for re-use. Rusting canv' ba "Every energy of all of our agents; and nty candidates must qualifythe order to take caw. of the rising I.}I.',. .

cows. The Improvement In Negro farm for years, and the many reports prevented by wiping each tie with oil staff member must be bent tow arti9 Cl rk-' of, the: ,Circuit prices. end alnv to add -c rUin- ", ':

orida beef animals can con- of dairy calves being raised, gardens and storing in a dry place. helping to win' the war," declared: A, P. not'later'' than April' 10. improvements at Reno. Thb t

cattleman greatly expandber expanded and diversified, and increasing There 1 Is still another reason why live- Spencer, .vice-director of ex tension"as tat .w brought, the total up to $110,801. 'h.1't.1.,

of animal in his Herdsnd numbers of poultry not only stock farmers will want to use care in appointed the committees! .Of.. 'C. Membership was For later.eme reduced reason to that amount .t. \ ,
himself with lot of beef line opening baled hay. When the wire is $111,000, and ,
a in
indicate >tbat Negroes are falling Dr Wilmon Newell, director of eaten ye Starts Soon then a few days ago another : "
jood a market two or three with the war.tlme.grlculturaI program; broken or cut, short pieces may fall into sion, declared that food production for $31,000 was donated, which make I
their health and the hay and be swallowed by the live- is b Satterfleld, secretary of the total I add
but they are Improving the military and civil population just Starke Chamber of Com up to $142,000. "
Needed living conditions. stock. Veterinarians say that many fine a* necessary armkment prod\uctlow" 4, announces that the or- which In the way It stands today. i ,

Ida goals call for a much Negro farm families have heard Uncle cattle, and other livestock as .well, are and the actual bearing of arms "Wek* ration will begin Its mem- According to Mr. Sparkf., If tile I: ;'" \.

r of home garden, A home Sam's call for more peanuts for on killed every year by pieces of baling wire ness in either of the three lines wit Ip drive thlit week. contract price of the building ,,' ';

thing' on the farm, andunity and more pork, too, and they are answer' that pierce vital internal organ Weaken the entire effort and postpone the* ecauae of tne Roil Cross $136.100-111, it leaves subtracted$11,304 from to thisamount be .J.' ,

( should have one. But ing It with much larger acreages of peanut victory," he said. and other civic organlza expended for furniture and equipment {, I
functions of
Newell, director of exten'niveraity and many more bogs than they have Miss Moore Coal committees named at the cores, the Chamber .
Urges Special fierce has I p o a t p o ned its
of Florida College raised before. They are producing more ference, with their chairmen include: until now," Mr Satterfield

e, says there is no need, at feed crops for hogs, the family milk Care For Home EquipmentWith Gardens-Mis! Isabelle 8.' TbursbYJ; fair ; Watches Stolen

at warrants the production cow, and other stock and for expanded Cl'op&-J. Lee Smith; nutrition ,- Mill .. rare have been numerous From Gem Jewelry

_,and vegetable'garden.* under poultry flock war-time curtailment of essential Anna :Mae Bikes! ; meats-W. J* Sheelyj: eta for the Chamber to take ( ,

and unproductive conditions Many a Negro farmer ha a "VictoryCarden" metals for new products needed In dairy products-Hamlln L. Brown; for )tlve part in work that Is Shortly after mid-night Satur- '1.:. .'

be standpoint of efficiency now-a larger and more diversified the home. Miss Virginia f, Moore, home est products-I.. T. Ni land; poultry-H.; al" Importance to our com- day, two ,soldiers broke Into the .-

ration of seed supplies, fer- garden: than he has ever had beforeto Improvement specialist with the State R. Mehrhof; commercial vegetables, VJ |y,more the than secretary ever, continued.Starke In Gem Jewelry through the, back

spray materials. vegetable provide as much ,as possible of the Agricultural Extension Service, urges T, Nettles. R. H. Howard is secretary cf ,d of an active body to guide entrance to and watches were helping old themselves .H!:":
isually is. better handled by food for his family' that special care be given all mechanical the committee. .Izena along the path of free- new watchen, big watches, little > '' :\vi: ,

il small-town and suburban Negro women and girl are doing their equipment in order to prolong its "*Hf. County and home demonsti'atlci and liberty. If war comes watches, Just any kind of watches, (lad f\,'; '.. I

ho have suitable facilities, share of the gardening Improving their and usefulness.She agents asked to serve on the various' ,I* shores, we-the people of but mostly watches that had been 't,;. (,:.1

a and experience," he says. homes; raising more chickens, and canning say there will be A scarcity of committee Include M. U. Mounts of s--are in a location hot spot of because left for repairs, since mont of \tl;try!(.!t '
e nearby Camp
>y Soli every bit of foodstuff that are mueh equipment for the home because ofeverincreasing Palm Beach, Mrs. Kathryn R., Parrlih and) lug Let uo organize and ,bee the new watches were locked up : I'I
immediate use. Watkins of Marion, Mi 8. In the safe-when In walked theowners ,, 1 'i'':,
farmers, avoiding the rals- not needed for ; demands rn the nation' Marshall O. alert. ;

first World War, can achieve More and bigger and better home gardens war effort. Cleaning and oiling the wash Bonnie J. Carter and J. W. Malone of ;very day the Chamber of pelle, to, Mr.ue the and telephone.Mrs. A. Kllp- "

milk and more feed: Mrs. Irene Harvey and Alec lerce U receiving mall from. ;
-freedom goals without taar more eggs ing'machine, vacuum cleaner lawn mow Mrs Kllppelle walked In first, "
production plant-the soil crops, more peanuts for oil and more er, electric fan, refrigerator and milk .White of Hlllsborough, E. H. Finlayacn 'atlonal and State chambers and when ehe went to lay her,

n s, says Colin X>, Gunn state pork These are the objectives that Neg- separator at regular' Intervals will extend of Eacambla, Fred Barber of Okaoo! i* of vital,"Importance to our. I purse down on the show cane, she \
needs Mr. SutterfleldtUed.
of the Soil Conservation gro farm families are now striving for their usefulness1. Miss Bennie F. Wilder and S. L. Brothel > saw a soldIer crawling/ along behind
"Tli In Is a service that
1 member of the Florida -:.for themselves and for their country. Steel for knife blades win be scarce, of :Madison, S. C. Xierce of SuwannetLoonia '; aluuble to our citizens, and. I knees.the counter on his hand. and

Board. and so she suggest that knives be protected Blltch of Alachua, Miss TOile; It a Chamber of Commel'cee lights on.(The) Mr.owners had left the '
farmers, with the assistance\ BOYS !SET! TREES by being placed in racks rattier" Roesel of Plnellaa, Miss Eunice Grady, Isolated. It in high time the soldier, uttering a few grabbed words "." '

I. Department of Agriculture,. than! loose hi a cabinet' drawer. She adds C. H. Steffanl and J. Lawrence Edwarllll'ot *e begin to understand the not ordinarily learned in Sunday >J1"'i *.

>al and state and local STARKE, Fla.-Bradford County 4-H that knives should not be abused by be. Dade, Ills Elise Laffltte and HetHf .7!Ity of each individual en- School, while Mrs. Kllppelle wont } .

ready have.a going; program, dab boys set about 60 acres pine Ing used as screw driver and for open Hudson of padaden, W. P. Hayman of (and In helping some ort to reserve of' defense free- out onto the sidewalk and cried \

lon, based on sound land use seedlings during the past month accord ing cans or prying off {ids. Polk Mia Margaret Cobb and Ed LAyers in our Democracy out, "Help! i robbery! and night fs':

able them to expand product ing to County Agent L. T. Dyeri; Miss Moore says screw-top Jar lids of Manatee, Mrs. Gladys Kendall 'he following paragraph In policemen Fred Sapp,W special, E. Thornton officer and Leo ,y,'" I' ,
Vofusla{ Car Hendrlcks of Saunter, .
the demand of the foodpro&r&m material of from a letter from the 'k' '
probably win be made a synthetic Wltkovekl, and several M. P./. 'j',
E, N. Stephens of Jefferson, J. G. HutVon Chamber:
She arrested "
without lande
the and better instead of zinc and aluminum. came and one man :
first World War. Better living from more farms Is 'an cautions that order for later need) of Santa Rosa, John Henta of Walton ',SBOclote Justice Roberts of who had 13 watches under his ;' i','' '
organized foods produced on our own J. R. Gunn of Osceola, C A. Fulfoic 8. Supreme Court said the '!!\-; I 't, .
soil conservation I?
should be placed early. bat.The
'I understand
defense. day: cannot ,
of national ,
i which the' farmer them Important part of Okeechobee, E. H. Vance of ,1)eSotQ, mujrneas of the United I other man got awaythrough f.:.

shouldered the responsibility .. Pi! R. McMullenj of St. John., Flank M J. I cannot understand Its the back door, but wasarreited f y', j:;
Dennis and Miss Pearl Laffltte of Du- at 7:30: A. M. \ ''t.
water / 'acency. We paw the results
conservation and wise with seven watches In his posses'j'j JI'
rovide a practical mechanismIng r"' S val, Miss Lois Godbey of Polk Miss Eleanor aiicnesrt at Pearl Harbor. In Both soldiers are in the ,'C I'1I10n. .
the ) _""': ivu:fm Barton of Santa Rosa, Mrs. Lucie ,of repeated dlsaiiters our bond of military ( <;<
requirements of the authorities. ',dhl"
K.. Miller of Lake Miss Riga> Kent of are suffering In the Pacific, Mrs .
edom : ; Kllppelle stated Monday 1
dam- J Ii'
program without
; : .
"Any of ui are spending our
stroylng JandconservaUon,- :' N Broward; T. Rickenbaker of Levy A. that any l Ions. was covered by Insurance t,
.. yelling 'Why doenn't some-
frG /
S. Laird of Gllchrlst Miss Ethel Atkinson sU1
I ; 1 ,
(.., 4
districts: have o.. --" .do something? forgetting ,'
zed in Florida and four'otherS -. ...A.. ," .'\:)" ;: of Escambla and Mrs. Edith Bariu- SOMEBODY I In US, collect- 'I: :
.. -.J. .. of Palm Beach. and U. S. Workshop Hobby 'r'
process or organizationlans -, : '- "' -;;-: ; > Individually. r'
.. .
.- ......... -- .' ," It is expected that the 'committee will U3, and It Is high time for '
of the Soil Conservation C. A. Jenkins, fireman at CampBlandliur ..it
,., -_ 1-- "to of us to and ft '.
lat ,check from time time on progress >ne quit yelling (
farmers In developing con- .... and formerly fire chief 1
doing our utmost to WIN
made towards reaching! the state' '"
being at .
Starke has a worthwhile
arm \
plans *..a part' of fhe ar." ;
'gram These plan are based It goals and indicate measure which can hobby. He has built a carpenter ;;: "
ation show be taken to step up production. and paint workshop In connec'r'fax '\ '
survey the "ce Helps
lion with his garage on his home L, :
f for which: each portion of the a. at Jackson and Weller "
.' I :
Idapte* and the, conservation 1111X0! SCHOOL LtTXCITMO3TTICELLO > "police telephone" in the street ; t ,

| equlred:, ,control erosion. _4-H club boy under the steps to Frankum's With the 'stringent regulations ,:. ( :,
FLA ;; office at Cali and of his new job, he Is not allowed r',' 4: f I
and girls attending the Bethel School, at streets was worth while, to do any extra remunerative -1" .'
TIMES MOKE. PE.1.NVT8. five mites north of this city, are rala 'A. L. Alvarez replied: "The work. He Is "on" 24 hours and ,k;: ; '
ES : lunch. Under and "off" 24 hours at the fire department ': 'll I:
?LA. Normally" not ... ing the makln's for ccnool tone rings plenty night 1\\
10- acre of peanut are plant- the direction of County Agent NorM It'. a success; It's a fine [ ; so during his "off"period I '
It's O. K. It to have he spend a great deal of :
l e County't, year,, but Lake'save L ii Steven and Home Agent Ella Mae Fairycloth :" ; ought" I
there long ago. time In workshop. t il
tur l'
indicated that they wit they are growing potatoes, '
than RE PPAPJ lettuce onions, tomatoes, squash ; 11 ?itU
:1,000 acres this year ORDER nips, gI
tor'the government'-cad'fort and other vegetable. in their school gar* J
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.. according to County Agent irn3-: den.' .J ,

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BLANDING This Side of Heaven 7

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>k Bids Building ;Burns To GroundIn Registration Here Ocala Firm Gets Contract ,;: :

oad 261 Early Monday Morning FireThe Totals 837 '
For New School
mosbtspec-: Building !; i I I13New

''rly l Date -tacular. and co .t- In Three DaysOn n __n_____ _
ly blaze seen, in
_ Starke In many February 14-16 837 men In Will Rush f i
hardBurfaclng 'one lanetwolane years occurred Bradford' County between the I]j County Politics ;
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.., nmwwed -- 1w.___ axe!*, of SO and 44 registered! for !

:)w Starting Construction,- r

Stores'r :' t tF

Uh thoughts of war priority Director Says F r

11942 Sins and rationing on their

FOOD FOR FREEDOM SECTION IH. Bradford Count lans are r (
". ; ". ; : 1J..;f .' .renlly about to forget thore'll The bid of John Cnnope of Ocala \ (

n election on Tuesday May 6. to erect the new addition to '

S election right Bradford High School remodel '
average years r
Nutrition For Florida Fann,Families Biddy, Goes to Work Early ., i January 1, candidates for the old building and add two I
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: .
I ,.' ,I )u.. county off lce.. begin i rooms to the present Reno (colored I
wing their hats In the ring, ) school for $131,100 was accepted -

Anna Ma SUM :arch of meal planning'and preparation 5 by the middle of February by the County Board of
r 1 la usually a formidable crop Public Instruction In a special '-
:eaten i :Nutritionist.. ., using a variety of foods. ... andldates. So far thin year, meeting last Monday. Today the
wlcat'IA' Not, only do the farm families with ,,,:.7-, !',1. tver, there has not been at'.ti contract will be signed by both '1 t'
L ia facing: I perbaps'crisla : excellent -diet have more home- parties and '
good ,or r yt'r a of ", formal announcement' construction will get
in history't, It., ia produced food per person than those M r i g course, interest Is always under way at a very early date ;'

t the .physical: well ".being. with fair or poor diets but differences |, In nn "off year"' election, S, K. Sparks, Chairman of the ."fI i
there are various county of. Board, stated Wednesday t
with to those foods t'
in are greater respect
first import nc
is of ;' to be conte ed. All five A' recent communication from
that make special contribution to the diet. '
It III very: true .that a -wa on the Board of County Rollin Bitter, acting regional director I
than 'Its 'people, Home food production programs pertain t anlHHlonera must be filled and of Region 3, Defense Public
stronger DOt only to home gardens, but livestock! yis i Ol Board members from DI.1 ..- Woi-k Atlanta Ga., to Mr. \ '

t; be strong aa a: nation.or dairy,':poultry and fruit are ._'.jitials in If' p i ': (Layvtey and N Starke) Sparks stated: "Every effort has M'

Jem we haven" the proper a food home production program. The .1 ':>llItrlct 3 (Hampton Brooker, been made and will be made to ,"

need diets) contribute, to. more limited the income? the more im- ;am and New River) must be"d. complete the project at the ear
A representative' to the heat possible ,
date. It will require 1
portant it becomes for families to planand.carry
Sty and physical fltnel!& A J Legislature will also be about 160 days to complete "
program requires 'aitotal, : out home production programsMulled ed. the building, It U believed. San- '",

ram. Each'is apart, of the to family needs. )gl trallon books are now In ford Goln of Gainesville i I. the '
For better. nutrition and health, farm a and* of district, supervisors architect. ':

es need better food.:The families must shift agriculture mor.- ana ', 'tollowa: Lawtey. F. R. Car- Resolutions calling for an elec :*'. 1
those foods ie; North Starke S. G. Den- tion to be held March I
10 to
more towards producing float
[own food the farm familye 5: South Starke Mr, J. W.an bonds "I! !
rich in vitamins minerals and :, In the amount of $33,000: to
which are
wiser the planning'the < ; Graham R. S, VVasdln; take cant bf 'a Government loan 'c
Thia meansproduction
live foods the farm 'wife the right kind ofXfiroteJna. ; j>ton Joe Wiggins: Thereana of like amount, have been withdrawn
iln the family diet. of more of the foods, such as *" .tJ. P. Dickinson; Now River, Mr. Sparks said, "pending "I'"

ne better nutrition",through' milk, ,eggs tomatoes, leafy green or yel- f. Johns, Resale Colaon.K'stratlon the re-drafting of resolutions that :

food supply, home producible low vegetables-lean meat, etc. Through' -l < books will be open will meet' Government approval. (
home use the district BupervUor each "This election ,I
such production programs will probably be
snould be the "goal"family. ;
f day fre-ru 9 A. M. to1'
: : 5 P. held In "
garden'the the hen and the pig conjunction with the primary -
i The,family on th6ore the cow ;/ until March S, after which election in "
their food}, at lees than .will be furnishing. the farm family' with (they will be brought to the cluded.In May he con- ,

ice if they produce'" It thean- the necessary vitamins! the good 11De,- '., rvlHor's office in the court- the beginning the Govern- h+

,all? and the proteins which will build. .. *' ment made {
part of the Food for Freedom -' a grant of $76,801 and \ I
farm In Florida,shouM., If. auch qualities as joy.grit*nerve, stamina.*, le first primary will be he .a loan of $38,000-or a total of :

elf-trustainlng.! This means strength and assurance and thus will' be :Tuesday, May S, and the sec- 111,801. Later on, an additional : ,
pointing'toward the kind of meats that \ primary on Tuesday, May 26. brat of $8.000 was made, In ,, i
f must determine .
cry amUy farm America will need minions of ere this winter I' part of the "de- aunty candidates must qualify order to take caw of the, rising \ ,

drementa by making out a will build healthy people.Florida fens food" production. Kathlyn fins, pretty 4-H club girl. howe ; the Clerk'of b e .Clccutt, .priRe4gnd:" al:+v to, add.- rUlri" :
{budget Including 'the foods'uanUty '' biddy: that soldier! hairs will t:* apcctsd.: Mary poultry pod::::ctrs ''." t not>vla'taf'. than April'' 10. I Improvements at 'Reno. This 'I! "'

) required 'tor each Farmers Are follow this practice of turning on *)*etrl light ia !laying bones earlyIn riM.'Of .bl'Ou.iat..the total. up to $110,801. i t il.

I the yearly -needa of each the morning daring winter months.' The prattle...>ini>*MaUa forth 'C: Membership ,For *.me reason that amount ,'II I

the family; ((2) every fam- Called On To Help In fewer houri'of daylight; and giv** hen a fall day of eating sal Starts Soon was then later few*reduced to $111,000 and ': ,I'''
tennineits '''feed requires ve a days ago another ,'

out.. feed Budget; or' Producing More Milk larln. them. 01 tae ,b Satterfield, secretary of $31,000 wan donated, which makes ., .
before planting the total
chemical add
oats, $149,500
up Ii
sorghum, Para grass, carpet grass! 'Starke Chamber of Com-
ling farm' animals;; (3))
Senaeaaii -
chemicals tested, red copper oxide which Is the way It stand
should today. .
and other crops : that the 1
announces or-
d feed are IfajBiHtt L. Brown.JSNtansion Napier gratia
requirements By zinc oxide have proved' According to Mr. Sparks, If the '
8pergon.and 1 ,
for ,
Mtlon will Its
for forage and pasture begin mem- '
d needed.nauat.befigured.. : Dairyman be planted let contract price of the bulldlnl'I '
.Caibbage-.cucumber, I
to be most effective: ilp drive thin week. I
i provide for,89mo'.surpluaes farmers have been called upon thefamily milk cow, the crop have shown $136,196-18 subtracted from this 1"
Florida and tomato Because of the Red Cross
.04 snd-teed,..and .(i); after to do their'part In filling >the national, planted depending, of course,,on lt adaptability 'tuce greatest, apinach t; benefit.from treatments.,, The 2 and other civic organlza- amount. It leave $11,304 to be .' l

ced,-plans should be'made goal for milk this year, and they are ,going to the section. benefit obtained from treatment v&rfea- ;functions, the Chamber of expended ment. for furniture and equip.

_ear round 8Urpl r.'by storing to do it..They are going to do It because Family cows _need more.than pasture .with the variety of seed the .nerce has po. t p o ned Ita
and should! \Ie given a mixed grainfeed somewhat 1 until now," Mr Satterfield
'ng, preserving; and .other- of milk '
increased production And never should the material used and the soil type In Whig Watches Stolen ,
quantities needed, and. help them andtheir famllle, help the regularly. need is planted.., However, for early; have been
of water for the the pitre numerous
t! : onportance; plenty From Gem Jewelry '
family roust vdecide howe allies in the war. profitableiinvestment
pa.Uon. and help'our be overlooked, as "she just planting it would seem to- boa sta for the Chamber to take ,.
prepared, including ,tountyF *n4 Though they may not be producing .family can't cow milk unless she has plenty'of to use! any produce
milk for sale, they-all the same will be mentioned forany 'of these varieties of Ital Importance to our com- day, two ,soldiers broke into the t
water."Kindness. "
themselves and their countryby < ".ty, the secretary continued Gem Jewelry through the back
helping "
and regular milking also than Starke Is io. ;,
rm, a good family cow or two to' aced.AU except tfienv* .f, more ever, entrance and were helping themselves '
keeping i to of these material, ;1 r ; ;,
ad of
are necessary if the- family cow produce : an active body to guide
thia\ of all fooda for their ; at the -Vats of to watches-old watches, :: : r .
Are .l provide peer at maximum capacity; Man" should be ippHod" ttlcens& aloac the path of free- \\'
[ Increasing new watches: big watches little
family. Farm families must bestrong one percent by -weight of dry fed; 8 n>- and liberty.'. U war comes watches, just any kind of watches, f'i, ;

dens And l Flocks and healthy to do' the tasks' beforethem san is used at the rate 'of one-half of dr shores, we-the people of but mostly watches that had been "a' ,

and no other food is, more eaaential Treatment Of Seed one percent., By volume this would ba) '<*-are in a hot spot because left for repair, since most of ''t: fl '"

f, FXA_You can 'count on to- health, than milk. approximately teaspoonful: of Sera ae nearby location of Camp91ngr the new watches were' locked up ,; ;. ''S':
family COW produces fertlll- Gives Them Better level Let us organize and be In the safe-when In walked the j'
2 teaspoon -
folks) doing' theta part m' Too the Man per pound of seed; he alert.., ll :\ ,
L 'valuable for the home owner, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kllppelle '..
that ha! 1-2 level teaapoonful
agricutural zer very 1.
'pr'ogram.e Chance To DevelopBy tubs of Spergon; 'Every day the Chamber of to use the telephone. .
report from Mrs. 'Settle garden and other' crops.If of zinc oxide; or 3-4 teaspoonful of red jnerce In receiving mall from Mr. Kllppelle walked In first,
olmee home posaibfe, it Is best for every farm copper oxide per pound of dry seed. National and State chambers and
County agent, W. B. Tfedale when "she went to lay her,
e her that can to have two cows 00 one always material can be conveniently app'plied '. Is of vital Importance to our down
reasons behind ill! Plant Pathologist Florida Eaprrlroent The purse on the show case, she
boy and girl in the county will be fresh. One should be bred to freshen Station by placing the need and treatingmaterial Vie needs Mr. Sulterfleld.nued. I saw a soldier crawling along behind -
"This Is a service that
ee four or In the late summer or early fall while together In a fruit jar or large 1 the counter on his hands and
more vegetable. when Seed planted dUrmg the winter and -valuable to our citizens, and \knees, The
be bred to freshen tOp. ( owner had left the
other hider '
may' with
the a
r gamin, plant tour fruit- mouth.bottl4l!, cloHtng) out a Chamber of Commerce,
to cold '
Of counsel, some early spring often are exposed two lights\ on.) .Mr. Kllppelle grabbed t ,
e at the first la going dry. them vigorously for Isolated It Is time
i least- aix pullets: duri er and shaking ue high '
successive days. Sucb the soldier, uttering few words '
a ,
'cows for family wt soil for several dlatrlb\
several milk '
have even we begin to understand the
farms to assure "
of to three minces not ordinarily learned In :;
germination Sunday ;
retard tn. ,
conditions .
toM' ad. Fief *lty of each individual en-
i demonstration dub worn- use. ot seed and frequently lion of the material 'over School, while Mra. Kllppelle wont n,,\ ;
to Farmer* .who'' have' only one' cow and some varieties ahould- 't e treated'-jual. tg In tome sort of defense out onto the
plant'13 fruit erably the seed sidewalk and cried t
or; more< of .
least 12 mom pnUeta .her' .those .who have none will do well to buy the seed rot or produce a poor stand before.they are planted. Care should betaken '. and helping to reserve free- out, "Help! '.robbery! and night i't i, ,
Jo caused by In .
ia our democracy.he
of production line weak plants. This decay any""ol'the policemen W, E. Thornton and '' :
heifers good of
It. expuwI.lei; home'garden' bred tor- avoid InnaAng, : <* Isa y ,
herds or from, other fungi which Jive in the soil and are favored artUaals following paragraph Fred Sapp special officer Leo l" ,
dairy or'other
C to: front ;market Chickens from letter from the f
make it the materials. a
produew condition that slowdown Wttkovokl, and several M. P.'s !
the ,,
than they by' ,
have more' cow treated f
who the '
eat chamber
and ,can a*; much'surplus'for farmers *. activities of the seed. should not be..snowed to : came In and arrested one man ',. i 1\l
VsRoclat Justice Roberts of "
ble ,later- ; need. be seed. who had 13 watches under hili t 11: r'i ,
uae kind of trouble can ,
soy- ''Much of this 'I. S Court laid the
Legume crops such 'as cowpeaa, t tH' Supreme hat. N.,' 1 ,r''
_ ,boans. beggarweed and clover, corn prevented' by treating the seed with a day: '1 cannot understand The other man got away fl'!" I.

ling Gardens' -- smugness of the United through the back door, but was r 4 iI' '
j*. I cannot understand Its
arrested at 7:30: A. M. Sunday
n ed From' Women Grow-Gardens Macency.' We raw the results with '
rage 4), seven watches In his posses \ '
Au&nelll; at Pearl Harbor. In
sion. Both soldiers *
club members are in the ,.
demonstration of repeated disasters our L' \
Home bands of military authorities.\ ,',
and dust thia: .mixture report frO t,
lightPants in Belle Glade' and are,, suffering In the Pacific Mrs Kllppelle stated Monday \ ;
Whig a auger! aack.'or'cJoUl the famll nany of us are spending our
gardens giving< that 'a
home loan
-'j.. per cent any was covered by Insurance .. : a!;
beg One must always 1: -- lea a variety of nine'vegetable*, for daily 1 yelling- "Why doesn't some- 1'i l" 'i' ;' .
t lead arsenate la poisonous and canning foy :Mrs., Edith Barrua. ; do something?', forgetting ::1! ,,,

L P and vegetables to wbuc&mutt : '." .,. meals borne agent. SOMEBODY is us collect- '
Palm peach.. Cmmty r and Individually. U. S. JVork"hop"ll bbg r: > ::
be community,
morougbay surburban a ;
very Oreeaacrea.. US. and it Is high time for ..
s C. A. Jenkins, fireman at Camp ..:,
being eaten mnb rhav \ .
I .... .where home demonstration 'One of us to quit yelling and t .
xwxfuia of Black. Leaf ;., ,1f1h' "'r--". ; (many tot- the doing our utmost to WIN Blending and formerly fire chief >f I j'I..
40 cent home garden ,
'. 100
per at Starke, has a worthwhile ;
of soap'in one"gallon,.,'ofpi ,. ,.l. w...... 1 .' .' 'first time), InterMtad their neighbor "arII ." hobby. He ba built a carpenterand ,'.. ..i:
many. of Uxe.anaB suckI .1/" them to see their garden. '
paint workshop connection ( !
Sprays ." .. ....". ..... ,. .. .( ,,.' .t.. ,v'. .. ... :of'.. "; : bybringing ice Phone Helpsced .. 11"
or dusts containing ..'_ .' ., ".._._. _.",..'. _.. : '11 ,. ." "I"r t"" and giving them plants. with his garage on his home ,: "
&r rotenone will kill ,mpstr '.JJ., t .. .' t Boynton Commumty canned 70O oon- .. < yesterday whether or not place at .Jackson and Weller .t I

3 r Insect anei'm aT of 1 the ::, tatoersof vegetafcleA the first five days ;ew "police telephone" In thee streets. I ,
\ t '
t, ... Ocn under the to Frank With thii stringent regulations :
Y Canning steps
-welt. are Defense ,
Theca National I'
and' well;: IKIC"bumana .. < .. ;' ,' .... ,..;;{. that: the in operation. leaders at.- rum' office at Call and of his. new job. he Is not allowed ri' : '
they been '
may ter had lit streets was worth while, to do any extra remunerative ; ,,
** School recently -
for the '.ar-jenlcala "ow .. .f;: ,.tender the Extension Cunning ,,,
_lyoh *re '''to-'be eater. "'soon: _, ." held in the Home Demonstration done ring plenty night and "off" 24 hours at the fire department i, I

.Kitchen- Other .neighborhood centers wilt It., a success; Its a fine ; so during his "off"period II: 'r

rdener. wpecialry.; duierhut :\ ,,,'&, tn\op. rtiofVtaopn 'mHof aeverat ,lav Uona> ; f'; It's O. 1<.; It ought to have I he spendi a great deal of :! j I} ,'

) 'examtoe, 'hta;,. thecounty. ;;, ,",rhere coriservatton jeato there long ago." time In his workshop. }

t Jw.i can:.*xrI JOMajf.. :'cf the ''mitte.e-are busy, assembling equipmentand 1.
ot LE'WA1 be by Florida cowl thli centers for work of canning 1.t
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skBids; Building Burns To GroundIn Registration Here Ocala Firm Gets Contract ,: t

>ad 261 Early Monday Morning FireThe Totals 837 ,

For New School Buildingi'I

mostspec: . .
[fly Date tacular blaze and seen costly In i' In Three Days i i

Starke In many :r On February 14-16 837 men In 'Will .-\\f.\': !

i hardsurfaclng one lane years occurred Bradford'' County between the 13 New Stores l ICz | County: Politics I I RushConstruction t L '
ew proposed two-lane near ,one. o'clock .... T' '" ," _age of 20 and 44 registered for :- ( I''

ow Starting r I

lth thoughts of war, priority Director Says !,

11942 bias and rationing on their

FOOD FOR FREEDOM SECTION in Bradford Coimlliins are .
The bid of John \ I,
arently about to forget there'lln Canope of Ocalato \ I
< election on Tuesday May 5. erect the new addition to i; '
d average election yearn, light Itiadford. High School, remodel... !
rida Farm Families t January 1, candidates for the old building and add two ... t ?:
( Win Oils county offtcew b e g I n rooms to the present Reno (colored ;, !
Wing their hats In the ring, school for 1131.106 was accepted '' i.\
by the middle of February by the County Board of ;

Vary; *-* an___ ,, wMwe in usually formidable crop Public Instruction in a special "
e Demonstration 'Agent iAndidalea, So far this year, meeting lattt Monday. Today the ; ,
and covers of the family may be as great .
face tba farm Suitable TextilesAnd ever, there has not been ale contract will be signed by both ,
problem : a service as sewing for the needy.
parties and,
formal announcement, construction will get 'j\\,
>rlda this year.Fortunate-. The responsibility of the bomemaker )f course, Interest Is always under way at a very early date. \;:

eople personally, and for Clothing Build continues> to enlarge; she Is facing th- *r In an "off year" election, S. 10::. Sparks, Chairman of the { ,

ral state,' their education, problem of dressing her family and providing there are various county oft Hoard, stated Wednesday. : I

;perlences of the past few Morale And Health textiles for the home without lowering to be contested. All five A' recent communication from .; I ,
vided them with ;useful their standards In the face of rls- '. es on the Hoard of County Rollin Rltter acting regional director /l t" !
iralssloneis must be filled, and of .
will need as thy battle- V ing coats and Increased taxes Region 3. Defense Pub-
VS K>1 Board members from Din lie Works Atlanta Ga., to Mr. ).. l'
real objectives in '
in their Clothing And Food Both Neces- 4 } 1 (La>vtey and N. Starke) Sparks stated: "Kvery effort has 'w.
as 'In peace-a 'well fed In Winning The War Districts Brooker been made. .
nary ; (Hampton < and will be made to \, :'
hed, self-rella'ttt. united Substitutions May Be Farm Families Will ; earn ami New River) must be complete the project at the ear-

healthy and strong: and NecessaryBy >d. A representative to thee heat possible date." It will require 1 .
fined to serve home andre afr Legislature will also be about 180 days to complete

p Have Higher Incomes '.ed. the building, It la believed, Sanford ('
Clarine Bleacher ,eglatralion books are now In Oolu of Gainesville Is the y
> of the fatally, Floridaen sat b
Extension Special In hand of district( supervisors architect.
boys, and girls, will From 1942 ProductsBut :1 '
Clothing and Textile follows: Lawley, F R. Car. Resolutions calling for an elec .j J ';
their most careful thoughtck z(41 He; North Starke, S. G. Den. Ion to be held March 10, to float %

> of their Immediate re- Clothing, along with food and shelter, Living Expenses Will ContinueTo it; South Stnike Mm. J, W. bonds In the amount of J35.00O to ri';: f(.
use. them withoutthe ten; Graham R. s. WaRd; take euro of '
ey may MARY E. Ki OWN la one of the three primal needs of Increase Necessitating 'I.
Eachto ipton Joe Wiggins; Theretwa, of like '
find best the advantage.work he can needed to share their useful informationwith man Good clothing not only will help Adjustments J. ;:, J. P. Dickinson; New River, drawn, Mr. .'
and to take farm families produce more food it will L. John., Resale Colson, the : ;\ ,
of us will need to be con- friends and neighbors By Anna Mae lkM ; f t "
tKlstratlon\ books will be (
lines. 4-H build up,their morale and health. open will meet '
contribution to responsibility along specific .* ,, 'I t
king our the dlt'lrlct
supervisors each
Florida farm families In general will "This H.
se by doing the commones club work for boys and girls and similar Agriculture and agricultural programsare .s day Cr(':.. 0 A. M. to'' 5 p, held In ,\,
in an increasingly bet- opportunities for young people must have feeling *the war. The preparationsand have more money to spend In 1942 than until March S, after which mary ,, "

encouragement: to give young people need needs of war affect.eotton and' linen they did In 1V41 It is indicated ky Us they will be brought to the cluded. 1

and self-denial will be ed training and to teach' them useful production, the first an Important agricultural outlook for farm family living. Both demand trvlxoi'a office In the court. In the ;
t* .
kills. crop of the South. With cotton to in 10.le ment made \ '
Careful, thinking and production are exrpcted :. )
the day. and will be helcT* a loan of $
The Home Demonstration Agents and goods providing the bulk of clothing first primary
strategy of the successful and homes, crease. fueaduy, May 5, and the sec- $111 SOI- I
the Farm Demonstration\ Agents of the textiles for Southern Increased cash Income for Florid j\j1 1
the grant
of of
Important. Some primary on Tuesday May 26. |
wish to changes are expected.
nusc B* considered by everyIn Agricultural Extension Service many farm families may; result from the Toed junty candidates must qualify order to ,

Florida can be outlinednedem dedicate all our faculties to serving farm Although the place of food In this for Freedom program. Because of sa-" < the Cl I?rk" of. J b e .,Ctrcu.li;,i prices,. _and : ''
families wisely and well In these war-time war Is recognized, other needs are present creased home production of food more ft not""later1 than April 10. "

.to of first Import- day. The Information we have or can They should receive consideration.. livestock products can be made available -, :' brought, the :l 1 ..1

e nutrition, for all membersto secure, as field representatives of the nat-, Tb clothing and textile supply must not for borne use; more milk cream Of C. Membershiptve For seine
lonal and of the educational be overlooked because of its place In the meat was later r"
the government butter, cheese, eggs, poultry ; gar
keep them strong U Starts Soon then a few '
system of our state can be used to advan- normal pattern of family living as weft den products can be Increased, tomatoes), I ;
We must meet pro- was
biltty. ''taj by farm families to help them find .a8 its effect on human beings during war. leafy green and yellow vegetables aad ob Sattei'field, secretary of the total I '
farm pork pout. '
crps the answer to some of the problems In times of strain and stress personal potatoes; more home-grown fruits sad Staike' Chamber of Comic which la the
ducts livestock home gar- that the I
announces or-
ahead. As farm families win their victories appearance Is Important in keeping up berries can be used u well as honey and According I !! : ..
I conservation and storage; ratlon will begin Its mem- ; i
oo all Florida Is strengthened; morale. Pride, self-assurance and confidence syrup. Some cereals can be prepared to a hip drive thin week. contract ;' .
id distribution of surpluses
-all elements of morale-are allied greater extent for home use. Household flecauue of tne Red Cioss $136.196-111 ,-
veryon. attention.preblelos with Foods closely to being welt dressed. One means operating costs can be lessened through 4 and other civic organlza- amount It I:,," ,,', t''
connected Eating Right expended '
of building these desirable characteristics full economies and repair of furniture and functions, the Chamber of ment. ;,
food supply sueti as short- Will Keep Adults is by wearing good clothes. Good health' equipment.Farm merce has postponed Its
fertilizer, materials, until Mr Satterfield
spray t now,
being the most necessary factor of a families will no doubt be eoJloofronted
lies and eliulpmelcaU for .And Children StrongWe pleasing personal appearance is the logical with Increases in farm operating e Watches "
nslderation. Storage faclll- Theie have been numerous
means of unifying clothing and fooai. costs, production costs and taxes. Stand- cats for the Chamber to take From \ "
the farm to for our families to
ome and on are anxious .
Fulhermore. clothing contributes physical ards of living will\ be simplified .Inc:. active part In work that Is I '
Immediate and c emergency well and for our children to grow I Shortly ; : : !
keep families health by Influencing posture. Wearing warring nations nerd more food and will 'ital Importance to our comity day, two I
Farm "
ie provided.and strong healthy bodies. suitable clothes assists) in controlling\ produce fewer consumer foods. ," the secretary continued Gem '. ;
Health 'problems must know that much of the growth and vigorof Starke In 'M
and wearing comfortable Adjustments IndicatedFarm w, more than ever entrance "
body temperature !
specially a* they deal with'le their stock depend: on the feed that clothes allows freedom of body families) will find that;living led of an active body to guide I selves to Ur}
with The food which is Illzens along the path of :
and gardens animals
> the ,
movements All recognize the existing expenses will continue to increase. : \'
through at the family table and liberty. If war fl'ee.1 .. '
ood for home use served day after day watches t
relationship of clean and sanitary clothIng Food-Retail prices are at the highest 'ur shores, we-.the 1 '
drying or refrigeratingthe has as much Influence on the fam.Ily' but moHtly ,
ng Just
to good health. level In many years. The change has ke-are In a hot spot becausehe left for ,
need .of knowing what health so that the person planning .Other direct personal benefits resultif been most rapid since March of 1941. nearby location of Camp i I the new -I f.i'!,("I
and how to iecure Improvedfood the meals for the family has a big privilege advance but -ding. Let uo organize and be i".t,
the homemaker gives considerable attention Food prices will in 1942 I In the safe !. },""
preparation generallyis and responsibility; to providing clothing and textiles probably not as much as in 1941. Intelligent he alert. I owners Mr. ; \.:"
club the homemaker \wonders .'Every the Chamber of I
4-H day
a patriotic duty. Sometimes workshop.'c
for her family and home. Sewing at meal planning and food preparation pelle, to use ,
U l help with production ot: whether she )Is giving her family all the merce In receiving mall from I Mrs. t
home is desirable In achieving satisfactory will be needed for food economy In 1942. National and State chambers
their health. Miss and when
eat and fruits and vegeta- foods they need for
textiles. Since skills Clothing Ready-made garments will
and of
nutritionist with the clothing ,i% Is vital Importance to our I purse down
use. School lunch programsty Anna Mae Sikea and techniques are. essential to home cost proportionately more than ;yard .me needs Mr, SaUei'field saw a

improvements and- comg State Agricultural Extension Service sewing this practice offers educational goods.. Supplies of cotton and wool ar 'Inued. "ThU l Is a service that hind the ..
include -
and storage of foods will '"says one way of making sure is to opportunities. Sewing keeps a person expected to be adequate for dom tle 'valuable to our citizens, and knees.. (The ,
ne of the needs for 'Individimunity the following foods In each days out a Chamber of Cominei,
busy gives satisfaction through creation needs if families will economize on present lights on.) '
are Isolated. It U high time I'
welfare. Sanitation meals.. : as well as results In an actual cash garments by car and repair. to understand the the soldier ';,; ,
1 the house will be important MILK-at least a pint for everyone, we begin I not "
Shelter-Prioritle. materials will
the rising on
saving. In face of steadily ,Bsl ty of each Individual en- School i '
ilth and efficiency. more for children.: cart of readyclot.bes., the homemaker limit farm and horn building programsIn ng In rome sort of defense ; I ,
out onto
Conserving and Using Mated ORANGES. TOMATOES, GRAPE. will find IIom.- aade garmentsmore 1942 .. c and helping to reserve ficc- out "Help! 1
attention from all mem- FRUIT or RAW CABBAGE and more economical. Costs ot Household Opsvatton-Thrift should be In our Democracy policemen

amily. Repair and care of one of,these.VEGETABFESgreen. yard goods are expected to Increase as practiced. Less household labor will b* The following paragraph I fan I Fred Sapp t'Wllkovsk
farm home leafy and yel from a letter from the t '
equipment much as manufactured ,textile goods. available at higher wages. Wa.ata" fuel ).
ap metals, papers etc.,. must low-one big helping or- more, some raw, As the war preparations advance: should be avoided equipment should b* j\NKOclate chamber:Justice Roberta of came 'in tt

ly program. Ingenuity in some V cookedpOIATOESand. fewer meat will be left at home, resultingIn cared for and repaired Homemade soap U. S. Supreme Court Bald ther who had ,

itutions for diverted supplies : other vegetablesand the women and glrW doing more wore and supplies will be economical. Certain day: '1 cannot understand hat.The '

rtant. .' fruits. formerly don by the men of th* family. household supplies and equipment will not smugness of the United I through the
problems Wilt face the fam- LEAN MEAT. POULTRY' or ,FISHor This situation will affect the clothing be available because of priorities *si es. I cannot understand it.lacency. arrested at :

study of price information, sometimes dried beans or peas; supply. The homemaker may have less metals, chemicals) and fabrics. Cost of ) .' We raw the results with seven '#

t they; sell ,and what they EGGs-at least 3 or 4 a' week. cooked time to devote to this, necessitating bet operating the family car will Increasebut nuttneas of at Pearl disaster Harbor. In sion. Both ;{, I

w to invest the cash on hand' any way you choose, or "made"whole dishes.grain ter management. Actually a need ,will use will necessalrly be curtailed because .. e are suffering repeated In the Pacific.our hands Mrs.of w

tant a* taxes and need for BREAD and CEREALS- arise fer new types of clothes suitable of tire rationing; economies her Many of us are spending our that i

nment securieUes.. make in- products or enriched bread and flour. for these new activities. Women's' work are Important. Travel by publiC earner ,yelling 'Why doesn't some- surance.any k

Portent demand*; .bom*, ins -, FATS SWEPTS and SEASONINGS clothes no doubt will undergo many will cost more because of taxes. New and do something, forgetting I

farm and hone resource as you like them. changes. Needs are at hand for garments increased taxes will 'b* paid on luxuries, SOMEBODY In US collect-

Iditlonal cash and to avoid' to give more service and to allow amusements telephone, telegraph, real / and individually. U. S.
4 US and It Is high time for
marketing small'surpluses; MARION ACH001.: months freedom without being 'undeLw me. estate, personal property, and income. /one of us to quit yelling snd C. A. ',,

nily need! are gut will beoeal OCALA. FLA-Started three A famous fashion, designer predictsthat PTi* pBMmt Education recreation: doing our utmost to WIN Blanding i) t

processing facilities, age, Marion County's school defense gardens clothes: will become simplified and* health, charity, and gift expenditures ear" at Starke.

ilng centers. and local mar- are now providing goodly quantitiesof more practical and materials. will\ be should be made more carefully from cash t hobby.and He 1 .
school children paint ,
for handling increased vegetables for lunches for tourS strong and of good quality. available. Increased purchases of defense Ice Phone Helps lion with hi ,(

oodstuffs must be developed. In many communities according:MarionCounty Through wing substitutes for trios bonds and stamps wilt reduce money ked yesterday whether or not place at ,

1 Community Organization Dorotby-JJartes, of the WIUt..edprovided textile material required by the mill available 'for family living. new "police telephone" In the streets. ,' i

iullt up. to maintain morale Defense Council: tary forces, patriotism will grow. Already Horn production of food fuel and t under the steps to Frank With th* '

In the community; to sup- by the Marion County Commissioners silk aad linen goods are disappearing lIMiter will be increasingly Important. .rum's office at Call and of his new 1 ;

creation and good time at ) all schools receiving from the market with some curtailment Plans will need to b* mad for expenditures 'ut streets was worth while to do any i,

oat; to promote neighborll- commodities fo.hool. lunches plant expected In. woolens and perhaps during th* period of changingprices J A. 1. Alvarez replied: "The work. He ( I+
and -off" 24
already hone rings plenty night
eclous asset; to keep young ed gardens and S3 of these rayons In the future. Thoe homemaker and the war In order to provide it'. a success; It's a fine partment;

and happy at, bom*. Travel have had greens and other vegetablesfrom The may find that the time spent In conserving nereialties sad --bav data available' for "; It's O. 1(.; it ought to have I period he
i reference to local( or COW1I them to b* used for lunch. and protecting the woolen garments Income reports.: Plans will need to be there long ago." time In lila

tings I must b* worked out to children work the gardens under the made for payment of debts as soon as

and cut down unnecessary direction of Marion County farm and Se- History will judge us by what we do possible and to provide for emergency

Hore trained local leader home. agents teachers, and Farm with what we have. needs and savings. ,

for detinitte duties will 1M curity workers.



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;k Bids Building Burns To GroundIn Registration Here Ocala Firm Gets Contract

load 261 Early Mondau Morning Fire Totals 837

rly Date tacular The blaze mosbsspec-and seen.costly 1 In ... .. .., In Thiee DaysOn For New School Building : .

Starke In many f t

[ hardsurfacing proposed one two-lane lanew years one occurrednear o'clock Bradford February County 14-16 between 837 men t hages In 41!: 3 New Stores County Politics Will RushConstruction

|from Starke to Camp Monday morning of SO and 44 registered for ,, '. : l
1 be advertised with- military! service, according to '
jvvill when fire, au tI-
jtt few weeks, according pected to be of Mrs. Ruth Griffis clerk of the Now Under WayObe Slow
uncement this week by incendiary origin 'I Selective Service Board. Many of StartingWith \
ling, chief engineer with destroyed the those who registered! in BradfordCounty '
Road Department' In offices and storerooms belong In some other Hall. who Is now complet- thoughts of war, prloilty Director
of the Tri 4J county or' State, and likewise, ing a $3.850 building. on Temple troubles and rationing on their) Says [
new roads from Law- anon Building & 'ii' many who registered In other Avenue for Sam Gottlieb, has minds, Bradford Count Inns, are
\ Hampton have been Supply Corporation counties and states belong in this been awarded the contract to apparently about to forget there'll] The bid of John C nope> of Ocala t ,
for the time being, It near the. county. g, erect a handsome new building on'' 'be an election on Tuesday, May 5. to erect the new addition to \,

Seaboard depot, Several'.Veterans! of World War Call street. rile to be built between In average election }exrt. right Bradford High School, remodel
Irfacing one lane Inbe just off Road 48. I were among' those who registered the Starke Hotel and the after January 1, candidates for the old building and add two .
stretch between theM Losses, Including over, the' week-end., Mrs!!. Eilenfleld Jewelry for the Ran various county offices begin i room to the present Reno (colored -
Road 68 (Keystoneg building, a t o c k Griffis stated, making special I dolphs of Miami. Work was begun t throwing! their hats In the ring ) school for $131.180 was accepted -
| ) Is more than half and three trucks, mention ot''Julian L. Peek, Sec on preparation of the lot and by the middle of February by the County Board of
were estimated retary of (the Bradford County Wednesday, there IK usually a formidable cropof Public Instruction In a special
at $10,000 by .!4TF! Defense Council.! The building will be a single- candidates So far this year, meeting last Monday. Today the

Glee Club John F. Sell, '.. .;"." .. : There were nine registration story construction 40x60 feet, and however, there has not been a contract will be signed by both ,
member of the ................ '"", places It -was said: the Stark will cost $ .COO, :Mr. Hall stated single formal announcement. parties and construction will get
onight firm, who stated ": ; ''' Armory on::{Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday. It will consist! of Of course, Interest Is always under way at a very early date, ,
that the major : Monday, and the following schools three stores-two of them 14x60 lower In an "off year" election, S. Jo;. Sparks, Chairman of the ,"
flversity of Florida Glee portion was cov- on Monday:' where the teachers and the other 9x00. The building but there are various county offices Hoard, !stated Wednesday '

}appear at the Woman'sIng ered b y insurance acted as' :,:'registrars: Starke, will be of "comroc" material Mr to be contested All five A' recent communication from t-l!*
tonight (Friday) at Hampton, Lawtey, Hellbronn Hall said, with concrete floors places on the Board of County Rollin Ritter, acting regional dl- ( a '
: This performance willt The alarm was Springs, Tnerespa, New River, and a built-up roof. Commissioners must be filled, and rector of Region 3, Defenpe Pub- ;if j ii v., '
._._ _._ School Board members from Dix Ho .
only of musical ae- -- & Graham and Brooker. Woiks. Atlanta
Plate glass front Ga.
III I llCU In II.00U1; will grace the to Mr. v ,
fcut also comedy skits 12:40: A, M. Monday, but, according to Fire Chief R. C. Buford, the Mrs. Rhoda Dampier, formerly building/ and concave doors, and and trlct District 1 (Lajvley 3 ( and N. Starke) Sparks stated: "Every effort has ? v
i will take part on the fire must have started at least 30 minutes previously, and was under clerk under her 'ulster, Mrs. Ruth tile will be used from the ground I Graham and New Hampton River, Brooker, been made and will be made to
Admission charges will such headway that it was I Board, Is now acting as assistant to the bottom of the window ) must be complete the project at the ear-
Impossible to extinguish! The elected. A
/ nearest
representative to the liest
fents for adults and 23 d possible "
sills. It will date.
clerk under her sIster Mrs. Ruth be called the "Vic It will require *
chlldien and high school fire plug was at Washington street, more than a block away, and Gilffls. Mrs. Dampier accepted tory Building" and will have a I State LeglHlatuie will also be about 180 days to complete '
900 feet of hose was used. Military Police were credited with valuable the position Tuesday. She held large "V" cut In the center of elected. (he building, It is believed, Sanford -
assistance In guarding the hose, preventing motoripts from the Registration books are now 1 In I Qolrt of Gainesville
ncert will be under thef the position of clerk from October building. and 1942" cut above tho hands of la the
the Adult Fellowship driving over It. 1940 ,to< June 1941 the 'Vo"'The district; supervisors architect
J the Methodist Church, W. P. Van Neat of Gainesville and John F, Selle, as follows: Lawtey, P. R. Car- Resolutions
manager, aie center ppace, which Is the radlne; North Staike, S, G. Den- calling for an elec- r
Fred Guy Is the teacher, owners of the concern and plan to start rebuilding at once. They City To AssistIn smallest, will be white, while the mark; South Starke, MI"J! W. tlon to be held March 10, to float
roceeds will gd to help contemplate no especial difficulty in replacing the lumber, paint, etc., two stores on the sides will each Morgan; Graham R S. Wasdln; bends in! the amount of $3 ,ooo to "
e new educational build- destroyed by fire aa Starke la in a defense area and has priority on More Paving have four beautiful varl-colored Hampton, Joe Wiggins; Theren, of take like euro bf 'a Government loan '
Ing' the Methodist I these Items.Picture panels Rest rooms will be installed Mrs. J. P. Dickinson; New River, amount, have been with
The City Council In session drawn, Mr
In the Sparks said
above shows brilliant glare reflected from fire at Its peak. I Tuesday night unanimously voted Mr. rear. M. 1. Johns, Resale t'olflon. the redrafting of "pending
Hall expects to have the, Registration books resolutions that
will be f
to assist in the paving of three building for open will\ meet Government
150 Books ready occupancy with the dintrlct approval.
Takes Insurance Exam.W. city blocks to the extent of J90O. about April 15, and all the stores weec!' .. supervisors each "This election will probably be
1941 Big Lockyer Meeting L, A. Davis was present in the interest are for lent, he said. M., until day Match fro: 9 JI A, after M. to1 which 1 5 P. held In conjunction with the primary

T. Clute, realtor Wednesday Dr. Herbert Lockyer, outstanding l" i of his Pineburst subdivision I date they will be election In May," he concluded -
arke library added 450 of this week took an examination | In "West End;" while E, H. Connell brought to the .
(Its collection during the for State license: as an Insurance Bible teacher of Liverpool and J. VL, Arnold, presidentand Cab Company house.supervisor's office In the court In the beginning the Govern-

r ending Feb. 1, bringtal : agent, and passed with a England, will be heard at a large treasurer, respectively, o I f Pays City License ment made a grant of $76,801 and
to date'to 3,884 vol- grade. of 90 percent, he stated mass meeting to be held In the Blending Center, were present in The first primary will be held j'a loan of $3:5,000--01': a total of
ordlng to the annual re- yesterday. After he receives his: Gospel! Tabernacle Sunday afternoon the Interest of their project. Tho controversy Which has been on Tuesday May B, and the sec $l1 ,aol. Later on, an additional 1}. t
kr... Jeannette Young 11io certificate within two or three at 3 o'clock. Dr. Lockyerwill According to :Maurice: Edwards, going on for many months be- ond primary on Tuesday, May 26 )'rant of $8.000 was made, In
the Woman'* Club. "; days,,he ,:will be local representative -I also appear at< the StatePrison of, the Bradford.Engineering\: Co. tween the City authorities on the County candidates must qualify order to take car*' of the rising y
fne attona haVi 1 on..,,httnsVt: and the with the C1erk'" of Jhe.Clrcultj\ prlcea and al,. .
new. of' the American' Fire & Farm Sunday- morning.; which, will du.tl tpaving: It.wUl Blanding Cab rr to add>+ '
d which brings the toer Casualty Company or Orlando. cost approximately $I,61UiO to ''Company on the other-over first Court' not.'lalef'MM. than April 10. Improvements at Reno. certA1lt''I'(';i .;\\ ',
of borr we1!l' cards 1 ; I Seeks Road Aid lay two blocks of 18-foot pavement 'one thing and then another broughtlh.,, total up to $ ]t f; \I\l[ j
| to date seems to. have been C. Of C.: For acme
to 1, 224. Day of PrayerThe in Mr. Davis' subdivision brought to a Membership reason that amount
al of 6,301 books, have State Representative George In- These two blocks will be from successful! termination, at least so Drive Starts was Inter reduced to 111000. and
Bed during the year, the World Day of Prayer meeting man left yesterday for Miami Myrtle to Westmoreland on Call far as the City lit concerned Soon then a few' days ago another
hows-f 1 c t Ion leading will be held this afternoon where he will attend a meetingof street and from Call to Madisonon The latest argument) was over Dob Sattci.field, secretary of $31,000 was donated, which makes
|4; juvenile running eec (Friday) at 3 o'clock In the the State Road Department In Westmoreland. The City will the question as to whether or not the Starke Chamber of Com the total add up to' $142,500, ;ii i,
1015. Next cornea, blog- Methodist Church. All local the interest of speeding up workon pay $5511 on this project. the Cab company should pay city merce, announces that the organization which is the way It stand today ii-f)
}(story, and travel wIth churches are cooperating, and the the proposed defense highway The one block from Call to Jefferson licence to operate The City will begin Its membership According to Mr. Spark"*, If tile ",
public Is Invited. ,from Starke to Camp Blanding on Weller streetat the Council Mayor N D Wainwright, drive thin week. contract price of the building-
new Orange Lines bus station- Jr., and City Attorney T, Frank "Decaune of tne Red Crostint. $136,106--111 subtracted from this
will cost S1.209. Mr. Edwards Lnndrum said It should while the .. and_ oth"r mu nluln__.._ n..AnI7-A__ _...__ amount, It leavea I1L304' tn h.o i
USO Building Dedicated Saturday stated, and the Council voted to Company maintained It should tlon functions, the Chamber of expended for furniture; and; equip
; pay one-third of that also, or aa not. Commerce has postponed ILK 1 ment. ,
much as $330 It was brought to a head when j drive until now," Mr. Satterfleldmid.
iers And (Civilians' Enjoy Open House This provision was Included In last Friday the Company was forbidden Watches Stolen

the City's promise to assist to pick up passengers in There! have been numerous From
a namely, provided the City receives Starke. According to Mr Lan- requests for the Chamber to take Gem Jewelry
r the amount due from paving drum, two drivers were arrested an active part In work that is Shortly
J each being of vital Importance to our after mid-night Saturday
assessments against the property to post a community two ,soldiers
$50 cash bond for ," the secretary continued. broke Into the
owners for the various paving operating without Gem
which has been recently done and a city license. Later, all cabs "Now, more than ever, Starke 1 laIn entrance and through the back
la now being done In the City. wero allowed to operate as. usual need of an active body to guldo to were helping themselves -
until 2 P. M, Monday when It I its citizens along, the path of freedom watches-old watches,
would be settled In Mayor's court. and liberty. If war comes new watcher, big watches, little I
610-Foot WellCompleted According to Mr. Landrum to our shores, we-the people of watches but just any kind of watches,

For CityThe when the appointed time arrived, Starke-aie In a hot spot becauseof left mostly for watches that had been
the Company paid $203 for licenses the nearby location of Camp the new watches repairs, since most of
new 610-foot 10-Inch well from October 1941 to October Blanding. Let .uw organize and bon e In the safe were locked up
sw which A. C. Gray, Jacksonville 1942 for 20 cabs at $10.23 the alert -when In walked the
w Bwy? 'Wswi ip- i well contractor,, drilled for the per cab. "Eveiy day the Chamber of owners, Mr. and lira. A, Klip-
1. $* City:: of Starke on its property at Commerce to receiving mall from pelle Mrs., to use the telephone '

i1r ''"' Call and Cherry streets, has been 2 Stolen Cars the National and State chambers and when Kllppelle the walked In first,
that Is went to lay her
A complted. It was started the of vital Importance to our
;middle of November, Berry Johns, Are Recovered defense needs Mr, Sutterfleld 1 I saw purse a down soldier on the show' case, she
utility supt., stated Monday, and continued "This Is a service that liln'l crawling along be-
[after! many difficulties was completed Three automobiles were recently IH Invaluable to. our citizens, and 1 kncen.the counter nnhls hands and
about Feb. 10. stolen off the streets of I without a Chamber of Commerce, (The owners had left the
While the new well may not Staike./ Two of them were recovered we are laoluted. It Is high time lights the on.) Mr. Kllppelle grabbed
1 be used until the new waterworks : the tame day, while one that we begin to understand the' soldier1, uttering a few word

enough to accommodate "plenty of soldiers," StarUe'H new USO building In Known here as It has been Installed, Mr. of them has never been found. necessity of each Individual en- 1 not School ordinarily, while Mrs learned, In Sunday

Its. attractive !Betting! of Florida pine trees.! Johns stated It has been tested E. P. MathewH, who works In llntlng In rome sort of defense out onto'the sidewalk Kllppelle went

c ut__ _An"____ th.___. t".t__... WA.n_ ..._....Ia._.,._""'.'_''........ the meat department of the Tip work and helping to reserve f'ee-I out "Help! '.robbery!" and cried
[0'(' huge $83,415 USO presented to Robt. B. Wear, local that the large lounge, reading "The contractor guaranteed It to Top Grocery lost a 1938 black 2- dom In our Ijemocrucy. policemen W, E and night
was officially dedicated executive secretary In charge of room, game room, auditorium, pump 600 gallons a minute," he door Chevrolet sedan. According I "The following paragraph III.. Fred Sapp, special Thornton officer and I
rday morning and has al- the USO here, by the Quartermaster stage, and refreshment bar are said, "and it pumps 75O gallons to Mr. Mathews, he'' and a girl j taken from a letter from the I Wltkovfkl. and several M. P.Leo'.
come an Integral of altogether and creditto friend had been out In State chamber: :
part after passing adequate a a minute.! It will fill our 450OO the car came 'in and oriented
fty life, helping to weld Corps the hand of the Star ke-Blandlng com gallon tank in one hour. The and parked It on the Thompson "Associate Justice Roberts of who had 13 watches one man. I
In closer through representatives street side of the U. S. Supreme Court said the under his !
fellowship the of the Federal Works Administration munity. old well pumps about 350 gallons Stump's store at 9 hat. I
[population of thla coin- Federal Security louse Wanning Party a minute." o'clock Saturday night, Feb. 7. other day: 'I cannot understand The other
and the solJler papula- ". Saturday evening was in the The car was stolen before 930.: the smugness of the United I man got away
Agency and the USO. During his spare time for the through the back door, but
States. was
of with It bore license I cannot understand Its
amp Blanding. nature a housewarming tag 43-D-1233,. and arrested
past two weeks Mr. Johns and at 7:30: A. M.
Representing the Army person- the civilian well the also an old 1941 complacency.' We mw the resultsof Sunday
|>g the principal address public, as as three Georgia tag It with !
two or colored helpers have seven watches In his '
repressive dedication nel of Camp Blanding were Capt. Army personnel of Blanding, invited has not yet been recovered. smugness at Pearl Harbor. In sion. Both posses
cere- erected a neat cement tile soldiers
pump- are In the
luck: of Chaplain spite of
Headquarters. repeated disasters
T. A. Rymer, member of to enjoy the first festivities house the Another car-a new Nash, our hands of
on property. It It had 1 military
Lt. Col.! L. D. arms authorities. I
are suffering In the Pacific
utlve board of In the new building. which Sheriff A. 0, Andreu said Mrs
the USO, Field of the 74th Brigade. Pvt. been put up by contract It would too m.any.of us Klfppelle stated Monday
greetings from Federal O. C. Robbins was chosen to represent A colored Orchestra furnished have cost approximately $300, Mr. belonged to J, W. Houston, of / are spending our that any l loss was covered by insurance '
(Administrator Philip B. the enlisted men of the music for dancing, and late in the John said. 'I Camp BlandIng was stolen In L somebody .. x
and other high officials evening an informal program was front of Lex Green's office on W
The musical part of the that SOMEBODY
creation I Camp. with Pvt. Joe O'Rouke Court street tile following Monday Is US, collect
center Is a presented
| of national unity," the program was furnished by an In- serving as manter-of-ceremonlea. Tire CertificatesIssued night, and recovered at 3 A,. floats and Individually. U. S. Workshop Hobby
band under the directionof k spell US, and It
stated "It means that fantry : Member of The Pilot Club of By Board M. Tuesday near the City Hall on Is high time for C. A. Jenkins, fireman
Tech. M. R. Walden. everyone of us to at Camp
Sgt. quit yelling and
(try has not forgotten the Gainesville (business women's or- Thompson,,street. Blanding and
and several start doing our utmost WIN formerly chief
|men. It Mayor I. D. Same ganization) served a. hostesses Tire Rationing Board No. 45-1 Still too
symbolize the a third car, belonging t the war." at Starke,, has as worthwhile
pport that the American other visitors: from .Jacksonville during the evening, and also! fur- announces the following certlfl- Mr. Waters of Union County was hobby. He has built a carpenterand
re prepared tq give the Beach were present and dedication nished refreshments of homemade ates issued during/ the past two stolen about 2 o'clock A. M. Tuesday paint workshop In connection p
revs who are training toe of their own USO building cookies .a nd ,punch. weeks: of the same week and recovered Police Phone Helps with his garage on his home

| war to our enemies and took place'at 3 o'clock and Mrs.Saturday Wear Gea.awlilngt n Dance Bradford County School Board, later near the Orange Asked yesterday whether or not place at .Jackson and Weller
democracy triumphant afternoon. Mr. The USO staff announces thata ..2 tires, 2 tubes; O. J. Phillips, Linen bus station o n' Madison the new "police telephone" In the streets.
but the world." and Mr. Rymer attended the exercises George Washington dance for 1 tire. 1 tube; R. S. Was din, 1 street. booth under the steps to Frank With the'stringent regulations a

iier General Vivian Col- there. the enlisted men of Blending will tire; Bradford County School Landrum's office at Call and of his. new job, he is not allowedto
resented Governor Hol- At the conclusion of the pro- be held In the new building: Saturday Board, 2 tires, 2 tube.. ; A. A. Bank Holiday Walnut streets was worth while, do any extra remunerative
no could not attend be- gram here, ladles of Starke served night. Sumner 1 tube; K. O. Duncan, 2 Chief A. L. Alvarez replied: 'The work. He Is "on" 24 hours and
pressing Mate affairs, delightful buffet luncheon to The Rev. L. A. Shepherd, chap tires 2 tubes: J. B. Rowe, 3 tires! Sunday being Washington's telephone rings plenty night and '"off" 24 hours at the fire department
[igressman R. A. Green all who attended the dedication lain at the State Prison Farm, 3 tubes; T. T, Blackburn 1 tire, birthday the Florida Bank at i day; It's a success; It's a fine* ; so during his "off" ,
masterofceremonies. exercises. The Inspection tour will conduct the' regular Sunday 1 tube; A. O. Andreu 1 tire; W. !Etarke will be closed all day thing; It'. O. K.; It ought to haveji period he spend a great deal of
to the building were of the building revealed the fact afternoon vesper cervlce. }I. Smith 2 tires 2 tubes. Monday, February 23. I been there long ago." that in his workshop.BRADFORD .

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1+ were Sunday visitors of Mr. and J. 3/

1'i' might and fury such as the world has never Happenings Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Edwards IJ

The Bradford County Telegraph seen. We must out-Hitler Hitler. To accomplish Hampton Mrs. J. G. Godwin, :Mrs. L. F. ford Maurice Edwards. 0//

Established 1877 that end, we must arouse ourselvesnow I Chapman. Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Engineering
IJAPTIST CHURCH NEARS Mrs. Robert Kite and Miss Ruth utilizing some of hl.
E. L. Matthew _________ Editor and Owner from the lingering malady which COUNTY MEETING: TEACHERS COMPLETION: I Her hfleld were In Jacksonville In the "erection of a

t ---- --- -- -- threatens to stifle our all-out effort. We The Annual Bradford County- The Hampton Baptist Church : Monday. 26 feet at the Inte

SUBSCRIPTION KATE ,must realize that the Allies can lose the Teachers' Association Meeting which has been undergoing exten- Friends regret to hear that Mrs. Jefferson and Bay st r,!

Yearly $1.78; Six!: Months, $..00- 1Don't I held In the Hampton School Friday sive repairs and remodeling will: J.: G. Godwin's father, V. R. Red- overseeing the work h

-- war afternoon February 13: was be completed within two weeks : dish of Lawtey, is confined at participating In the

Published Weekly on Friday and Entered M Sec- well attended by 61 teachers and Sunday worship, was held In The Mrs. Godwin's home here becauseof Beginning only ten fil

Fla. Be A Hoarder two board members. Hampton School with the Rev. C. : serious Illness. plan to have
end Class Matter .t the Post Office t Stake", ; pleted within anotherj
Dr. Lloyd N. Harlow. Director A. Warren of Alachua In charge. E. Grlner andguest
Be Content With Your Share Mr. and Mrs. M. teen "I
of Dental Health, Florida State Plans for. formal dedication! service Mrs. J. H. Edwards, spent days.

k What More Will It Take The principal cause of the scarcity of Board of Health of Jacksonville will be- announced at a later Sunday with relatives and friendsat The house will have ftj

1 Up? goods in certain lines is the war-panicky as the speaker presented many date. Melrose. bath and portecochei.
To Wake Our People and Important teaching -
make purchaser who stocks his home shelves with Interesting to "The tare FAREWELL PARTY Mrs. J. H. Hundley Is spending wards stated last weq,
does not aids In relation
If the fall of Singapore and
Mrs. Mac Norris, Betty some time In Jacksonville caringfor have asbestos
that either will take to con- roof
goods years of the Teeth.
the American people settle down to the officers were Ethel Mae Durling entertained her daughter, Mrs. Reese floor covered withJ

earnest task of winning: the war, then it is sume, or goods that he will never need. Such elected The: following Saturday night with a farewell Bradley, who has been ill for "I will either
live in Jj
selfishness helps to create serious short- party honoring Pvt. Fred Norris some weeks.
safe to say the war is lost. For some un- Mrs. Emma Hill President. at the home of Mrs. Ethel Jones. L. R. Bristol has s returned froma said Mr. Edwards, '"Or J

known reason most of us still cling to the ages. Melvin Futch, Vice-president. About 13 young guests were present pleasant week-end visit with $2, OO."

i assumption that an Allied victory is a cer- It is hard for the buyer to change Mrs.. J. Norman Sullivan Secretary.Mrs. Treasurer! to enjoy the evening. Mrs. Bristol in Tallahassee.Mrs. -
tainty. Nothing could be farther from the habits, customs and mode of living, but The new president Invited the Mrs. Lynn Hall returned Tuesday J. W. Ritch and Mrs. J. N OTICl.

I'' that is what must be done if the war lastsas teachers to Lawtey for the 1943 after a week's visit In Da- H. Hundley visited In Jacksonville In accordance with Stl

l alA 4 l truth. to long as most everyone believes it will. annual dinner and business meet- kota, Ga.FI'lends. Monday. Laws Chapter of Florid I, C o m p |1114|ml I
Our enemies pay that this slowness of J. H. Saxon will regret Friends regret to hear that Acts
of The buyer must learn to confine him- ing.Mr. learn is confinedto I will be at the folloJ
under indicates the breakdown to that he Mrs. O. L. Partney has again been
get way in self to foods and goods of which there is and Mrs. Jerry Jeffords and his home by IlInell8.MI' taken to St. Luke's hospital In places, on the days if
democracy, but they are far wrong jump- children of Rodman were guests Lamor- stated herein for J
Mrs. Gilbert the
no scarcity. There is expected to be no and Jacksonville. p
ing to this conclusion. Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. eaux and Mr. and Mrs. Russell receiving Tax Return ]
shortage of wheat, corn, cotton, most vege- Wadsworth Jr.
plications for Homesteiltlons.
1'A It is true that U. S. production has yet Dyal spent Saturday In YWCA To Arrive ;
tables and fruits, though they will be rationed George Rahme and W. A. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marr and |

to get into high gear. But mainly, our lack to a certain extent. This also applies Saxon left Tuesday on a business Miss Lllla Wadsworth of Jack Around March 1st Theressa, Post omce-\

of speed and our lack of a sense of reality trip to Alabama. sonville were guests Sunday of February 24, from I
to beef chicken and certain other
''J about this job hinges on our general com Mr. and Mrs, J. a. Adklns were Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth Within the next ten days a o'clock A. M.
meats. However, cheese, butter, milk, eggs business visitors 1 n Gainesville y W. C. A. will be housed in Hampton, Saxon's StoiJ

placency and overconfidence, rather than and pork are in heavy demand by our fight- Monday. Jr.Mrs.. L. L. Beadenbaugh and Mr. the Woman's Clu'i: building, taking day, February 24, froof

any fault in the way our system works. ing forces the world This Mrs A. P. Stringer and son, and Mrs. M. L. Watterson and the place of the Y. M. C. A. 11:30: A. M.Graham 1
over. means a
of daughters, Dorothy and Harvene, which moved last Saturday Into Post Office,i
Like all democracies at beginning any A. P., Jr.. of High Springs were
k rise in prices and probably, later, a strict guests Sunday of Mra. Eliza Hall were business vU Itors in Jacksonvile Its new headquarters' In the U3O day, February 25: fron i jl
war, our country is big, cumbersome and a building on Temple Avenue. According o'clock A. M.
rx rationing program. Dieticians and food administrators and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Williams. Saturday.Rev.
little slow in getting underway in actual and Mrs. C. A. Warren of to Miss Evelyn Stump, Brooker, Post Office i
have advised that the
But there is failure of average Alachua visited friends here president of the Woman's Club, day, February 25: fnmj
war prosecution. no Mrs. Jessie NImmo of Washington
cut down these items and sacrificea 10:30: A. M. I
buyer on Thursday afternoon of last week. It will be opened March 1.
There is unwillingness or D. C., arrived Monday fora
patriotism. no New
little for our armed forces.The two weeks' visit with Miss Ada Roy Starr was a business visitor Miss Charlie Mae Carter will Port OftkJ.
lack of ability to fight anywhere in the In Jacksonville Monday. nesday, February 25
civilian consumer, should learn to NImmo and Mrs. Eva BirtMr. be the director, and will have one
world. There is no lack of ability to produce Miss Inez Cox: of :Melrose Is the or two assistants it was stated. to 11:30 A. M.
use meats other than pork, sausages and and Mrs. J. W. Horne and house guest of Miss Frances Like the Y. M. C. A., it will be j Lawtey, Drug Store, '..
factories in
r"; with the greatest family were business visitors In February 26 from 900
bacon, great quantities of which will be Johnson.R. under the sponsorship of the
world. The main trouble lies in our smug 'shipped abroad. Banking long Gainesville Saturday. A. Brannen spent SaturdayIn USO and will be of special ser A.. M.
on a
;, ness and failure to' 'ealize what may hap- June Johnson 0 f Gainesville Gainesville.Mac vice ,to wives of officers and men I Respectfully,
the consumer must cut down on cocoa and i pent the week-end with her par- Norris of Macon, Ga., at Camp Standing; women who E. W. Hayes, Tu IL
wheels do not beginto
pen if our production ents Mr. and Mrs. D. W. John- : 2-13 2t 2-20 Bradford
eventually give up pepper and mosts spices. .. spent the past week-end here with are employed at the Camp; '

turn right now, Advance government figures show that son.Friends friends and relatives. working girls in Starke and vici

The Japanese have vast quantities of of O. C. Pierce will be Corp. and Mrs. M. C. Vining nity-and In fact will render ser'
to the five million
persons now working in glad to learn that he Is greatly returned Saturday from Wilmington vice to all women within reach. AUTO PAR

i airplanes and tanks and, like the other Axis munition plants five million more are to be Improved after an Illness of sev- N. C. Corporal Vining will Various study groups of interest ,

e partners, have a big jump on us in general added. To the two million men now in uni- eral weeks because of injuries) received be stationed. at Camp Blanding: to women will be organized Miss USED TIRES, (t''II

The of while working at Camp for several weeks before his Stump said. YOUR SIZE). GENE
problems transporting
war production. -
s'i 'form four million to be drafted.
more are Blanding. transfer to Texas.of AUTO GLASS CASlI

our war equipment to wherever we can Four million more workers will be neededto After Starke the, all Y.of W.the C.six A. United comesto OARS AND TBVCKS D|

reach the Axis are enormous. The fight help the eight million workers farms. Service CONDITION.
on Florida State Farm News Organizations will i I be

t will become infinitely greater if the Japanese All these persons must be properly fed and represented here except the Sal- Used Autos $25

succeed in cutting us off from Australian vation Army and the Travelers'
clothed and that
{ in
means great changes
bases from which we have planned major IIRIDGE CLUB New York City over the week- Aid. Already there are the H ASK1NIAUTO I
home life and sacrifices
great for the civi- Mrs. Robert Kite entertainedthe Young Men's Christian Associa- '

operations. lian. bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. end.Mrs.. Robert Kite visited Mrs. tion, the Jewish Welfare Board, PARTS]

However, we must retain confidence in This means strict rationing will come, Jim Ritch scored high and Mrs. W. L. Murrhee I n Gainesville and the National Catholic Com- North of Town 011

L. A. Wiggins won bingo. Both Thursday of last week. munity Service. i
the final outcome confidence based
a on not because of a scarcity, in many instances,
were awarded Defense Stamps. Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld spent
realism and the lessons ,learned from our but to prevent hoarding; not to prevent a Mrs. Kite served cinnamon apples Monday In Gainesville.J. W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR

kq early defeats in the world. People of the, person from getting his share, but to guar- crackers and coffee. Mrs. Paul L. Robinson left Monday fora
McLendon was a tea guest. trip to Key West F. H. A. LOANS
t United States must: be constantly remindedof antee that does
every person get his share.In .
s Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and We want the listing on your property
what defeat wpuld ,imply-a loss of all this the Mr and Mrs. G. C. Richardsonand
light, rationing program will son, Bradley, Mrs. E. W. Muldron, We have wonderful properties for sail)
and liberties. Our have it children -of Crescent City of Jacksonville Thomas Adams
our hopes people be a good test of oui patriotism and will- ,
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shep- See about iReal' Estate Needs
and Mrs. Roberson of Atlanta Ga., us yo
in them to rise to the greatest height of' ingness to sacrifice.
herd Thursday of last week.
Miss Eva Kate Henbry and Miss 119 E. CALL STREET PHOiE! |
Mr. and Mrs W. N. North, returned Martha Treadwell of Mt. Dora 4

II THIS WEEK IN THE W ARJ Tampa Sunday from a week's stayIn

i Mro. Paul McLendon entertained AtG WAYS ASK&OK JAX-Tne Drink of friendship
\ e t-\. (A summary. of Information on the Important developments of the at dinner last Friday her ;
1 J t week, made available. by official ourcei In the Office of Government I r
't''',roIfoJ.:J t Reports, Washington, D. C.) mother, Mrs J. T. Cogdlll, Mr. I
\ and Mrs. Wayne Cogdlll Mr. and

4 PRESIDENTIAL WARNING .' "gear It for action." He said all Army men will be Immunized Mrs. B. A. Cogdlll and daughters, ) No. 2O. ARE ORCHIDS FOUND
President Roosevelt' told his "each person must have a clear against yellow fever to make all of Gainesville and Alva Ihrlg

press conference that the American -, and definite function: every per- them available for service In areas of Reno, Nev. IN FLORIDA?

rt ) people must realize they are son must be qualified to perform where It Is known to exist Mrs. P. E. Stubbing. Sr., Is visit-
; faced with a world-encircling that function .
{ We need to or- ing her daughter, Mrs Chas Pul-
war. He said the first U. S. objective ganize our forces and then hold SHIPPING
In Tallahassee.
j ,i ir obviously Is to prevent a practice tests to see whether they American shipyards, now ley Mr. and Mrs. Mack Bosemanof
r break-through and at the same can 'function. launching ahlpc at the rate of
"Park visited friends
a time cause aa much damage to The House approved an ap- one-a-day will double production here Sunday. da

A+ { F enemy resources as possible while propriation $100,000.000 for the within 60 days and triple It within Mrs. Gerald Cox has accepteda

we build up overwhelming superiority OCD. The War Department six: or seven months the Maritime position with the Post Exchangeat
to ultimate vic- Commission unced
necessary cautioned civilians not to molest ann Camp Blanding.
tory. The President sent a directive President Roosevelt asked Con-
a any military aircraft, friendly or Mrs. J. H. Edwards of Wlgham
l to all G o v e r nmental gress for almost four billion dollars
enemy grounded civilian territory Ga., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
agency heads ordering them top because In cash and contract auth-
such planes often Griner for the week.R. .
"determine those employees who' orizations to expand the mer-
carry live bombs or ammunition.THE H. Cox: went to Tampa Sun- acts
may be promptly released" for chant fleet. The President estab-
'work In the lished War day to supervise the return shipping
agencies most directly WAR FRONT a Shipping Administration -
of the State Farm exhibit at
Involved In the war : The.Navy aiuioiiuced U. S. at- headed by Maritime
the Fair.
Cong-reps completed action on a I tacks on the Marshall and Gilbert Commission Chairman Land to
Mrs. J. R. Treadwell has re-
$500.000,000 appropriation for aid Islands January 31 Inflicted control l operation, purchase,
turned from week's visit with
to China, and the President signed : enemy losses totaling 16 ships charges, requisition and use of all a
't her son, John Treadwell, at Mt.
r it. The State Department an- and .41 planes, and destroyed fuel U. S. merchant ships to assure Dora.

nounced ,arrangements to coordi- storage ammunition e u p piles.1 their most effective use In the
Miss Louise Cox: has returnedto
nate and simplify economic warfare hangars and other facilities of the war. The Commission awarded a
her home In Montverde.
2 methods of the U. S. and Japanese. The Navy said the contract for 36 Liberty freighters. .
Mrs. J. A. Lander entertainedher
Britain. The Agricultural Department power and surprise of the attack Twenty-three American yachts
sisters, ''Mrs* Hilton of Avon
f said Lend-Lease .agricultural was emphasized by destruction of formerly owned by prominent U.
Park Mrs. Gertrude
and Sircune
commodities delivered to approximately 85 percent of the S. citizens have been presentedto 1 In low wet areas of Southern Florida 64 varieties

the British Government totaled I lurgi Japanese bomber force on the Navy Coast Guard and I l of terrestrial orchids have been discovered!

more than 3.300.000,000 pounds the islands and between 60 and Maritime Commission. pared with 21 percent last year. The old roll
gorgeous blossom of the Rose Pogonia,
up to January 1. 1942-enough to' 80 percent of the shipping sight In durable goods about 80 percent -
fill 69,000 freight cars and make ed. U. S. losses were 11 scout NAVY of total production will go l"I; i ht in shade, is one of the loveliest and most delicatelyscented

up a train 975 miles long. bombers missing and superficial The President signed the Navy for war purposes. '4 of Florida's wild orchids the Spider

damage to two ships. The State Supply Bill carrying 24 billion The WPB ,announced war funds Orchid, 'with fragrant, n.rrow-pet.lled, large

RATIONINGPrice Department announced that at dollars In cash appropriations and .already authorized or now pen- white flowers its shear
the Shell Orchid, with
Administrator four
Henderson billion dollars In
the request of the Netherlands contract ding in Congress total approxi-
announced nation-wide rationing I Government U. S. Army forces authorizations, a bill authorizing mately 116 billion dollar The larkspur-like spike...Ladies' Tresses...Coral goof

of recapped and ret leaded tires have been sent to Curacao and expenditure of $T Oooo.ooo for Board paid the Axis produced ap- :\-. and the Chlnts Orchid are but a few of these

will begin February 19. The rationIng Aruba to assist In defense of the facilities to build 1.800 minor proximately 45 billion dollars exquisitely lovely plants. Florida is not only the

will be carried outthrough Island and their oil refineries. combatant, auxiliary and patrol worth of war gooda In 1941, and i Z.andof Flower. Flowers!
is also Land of Rare
the came machinery now During the week the and vessels, and legislation authorizing to win decisive victory, the U. S.
employed to ration new tires and Army expenditure of $450,000,000for : must outproduce the Axis 2 1-2
tubes. Mr.. Henderson said It Is Navy reported at least 20 enemy naval shore facilities. The to 1. ---.g

probable there will be no crude planes were destroyed. U. S. House passed and sent to the =r" s Here's Another"Worthknowing"
rubber available for retreading I losses Included three tankers sunk Senate a bill to allow commissioning PRIORITIES ANDALLOCATIONS

,except for the small number of In the Atlantic an Army transport of warrant officers as officers fact!

vehicles already eligible to obtain I i sunk off Hawaii and a sub of the Regular Army. The A drastic reduction In the man- 13UY

new tires and tubes. marine sunk off Panama after Navy asked for loan of binoculars ufacture of tin cans) was orderedby carne The CihUai-inr qualities ef .JAX Beer,

He said sugar rationing will be collision with another U. S. ves meet Ing service requirements, the VWB In order to save approximately eTMte a. golden.:e8tful1y sparkling color and

put In effect as soon as War Ration sel. either 6x30 or SxSO, and said they 40 percent of the 40- e..a t DRY mellow-smooth flavor have
Book No. 1 is printed and would be returned after the war 000 tons of tin used by the canning "
i Irtributed.: The books contain 28 ARMY It over.. The Navy lowered the Industry. last l year. Small- made this great Drink Friendship

!A stamps and each stamp will entitle President Roosevelt asked Congress minimum age limit of mechanic- Ized cans and non-essential cans. 4'a' a Florida favorite since 1914!Only a

wi the holder to a specified for 23 billion dollars In sup learners from 18 to 16 years. Including those for beer, tobacco, 4 consistently foP-<1uality beer could "

amount-probably three-quarters plemental appropriations for the dried beans and dogf ood. are w p enjoy that record of more than '

of a pound per person- each Army. The War Department an- PRODUCTION AND eliminated e n 11 rely after this 4
_k.Vhen the books are Issued nounced the Army AI I Ir Force CONVERSION month. The ban on sales of new + quarter-century of ..teadily'groW' ;'

an appropriate number of will be expanded! by 1.000.000 officers The WPB ordered aU radio trucks and trailers was extendedto 7 ing popularity! Try. a bottle of JAX

s stamps will be removed for any and men this year and 2.- manufacturers to convert their February 23. Prime war contractors today! ,I.

hoarded sugar In the family-as 000.000 In 1943. The President facilities to war production withIn and public health and ,
4 i shown by a certified statement. I ordered all personnel of the reserves four months. The Industry did safety officials may obtain im- r -:'

False reports of sugar supplies to active service at dates : $200.000.000 of civilian' business mediate delivery of new automobiles JACKIONmiC, FiaHIDA

will carry penalties up to $10.- to be set by War Secretary Stlmson. -i last year, but already has had its by applying directly to> the .

:T I OCO fine or 10 years Imprison The President alto ordered civilian output cut to 40 percent. Office of Price Administration In : ; Tune in The BORN KOBBLERSWMBRTm. ,
Federal The ..
F Fl ment. departments and agenciesto Department of Commerce Washington, Price Administrator

l.94 follow uniform practices In estimated production for military Henderson announced. All' nonessential 'J. "'s -i .IO p. a.; Wit I.n,...; frt. I:4S: *. a; UL 11:15: > *
r CIVILI\N DKFF.NSK: applying the Selective Service Act will ". ij_ f
purposes constitute approximately use of Vitamin A was -c' .... .. .. .
U.reCtor Land said the OCD to Federal employees/ : S3 percent of total U. S. banned M -' '' '' .
to assure sufficient supplies :f6\if' .: t'rH"I..f.M.I'1 .
i9.e will be completely reorganized to I Secretary EUtmaon announced Industrial output In 1942, com- for the Air Corps. 't."":Jtt.... ""'? .'II' ..' ". <''' :,....,4 t1:, .., -_. -, '.._ .M..l@j' ; ): t.BRADFORD \

20, 1942
STARKE. FLORIDA ...".0.."....,... .............._........ 'i

Girls Prominent .,. 4 I .


(High School Journal In Fashion Show II

:Many of our High School cutie Kathleen Norris Says : .1.
left off their skirts, sweaters, bow :
Teachers ribbons and saddle shoes and al
Edttor-m-cblef Enjoy

arjorie Thompson Chatter Free Steak Club Meeting Citizens Building For Better Bradford Leila's that scholastic Fashion Show stuff Friday to star nlghlat 1 1i i' Women, Get Busy; America; ( Needs Yon i

Campus ; February 12, the "B" the Florida Theatre In \
gargle Mathews The faculty of called to order by the few spiteof (Bell S'l1dlc..WNU Service.) :
Norman (In view of the present need a minor mishaps, all the
Velma School treated Patsy Roberts.
was to girls
News of school for stage and ex
Class our bettor conditions
dinner on Registration sang "America" ac hibited those
series articles lovely clothes ver>
Hayes a of under
food was given by by Roberta Wbitfleld
Clamorously indeed. From the
Reporters the above title will
;pedal appear within 1 "
of Starke and
was piano. list of
mishaps we will mention
Roberts, Cleo Norman the next few week Our ,
Class News the school cafeteria. Margie Mathews, aim Is to acquaint the public Geraldine Silcox gliding toward

Mae Parker The B. H. S. faculty minutes of the last meet with the sorlouMieM of the is the stage very happily wren sine t -

unlor Class News thank the following f which/, special report sue. We hope to be able to caught a glimpse of her feet and i

atherine Nollman generosity and though : by Idalou Davis mat point out that what; we ask In saw that she had forgotten to

junior Reportersavis AC. Darby's, Starke amount of money taken not an unreasonable request change from her sport shoes to
a Top Grocery Green's the Border Riders a t but one most of dress shoes, as she was modeling ; i
worthy consideration .
!)alney, Martha Mesa key Johns, A & P Store. and Lawtey. and action.) % spring suit then. Making a : I II

Lawson' Market. vacancy left by the resig- A county ia only so strong as quick exit, the matter was.on

of Faye Yarbrough was its citizens and if they are weak altered and the show went on.

ria] Senior by Roberta Whitfield and and untrained how can that Betty McRae, one of the bathing ; I
Marjorie Grider beauties, had a very painful mis
by Mae county achieve the progress
HAPPINESS DAVID Douglas Hazen who has which it has hap. At the last moment she
i every right to ex-
ness Is much desired by 'Round and 'round she was replaced I by pect? The school Is where they realized the straps of h e r suit s IrC ,
are very : were not W ) I
Uple. There this week we pause Shuford. receive the bulk of that trainingand very tight but to play
I see the world In safe the girl behind her
to pinned i
like visit with the most I Mathews read a revised if it Is unequipped and limitedIn .
condition possible them then she thought h etroubles r
it of the Senior both Its
class to the constitution of courses and space, 1
I motivated by selfish In- Shuford born September Club: then the students suffer and thus were over, but as she was a t

In Ridgeway, Virginia.At the county. The issue has arisen going down the aisle she took a
meets many officers elected at the deep excited -breath ,
e world( one and as most of
we are with the
kinds and types of peo- a very young age of the "B" Club reality them did, thus causing the pin to
i that
with whom he ie Bradford County High School hasa
acquainted and be school, going through new officers would be Holding her breath she managedto
me and some for whom he grade. Then he moved for the last month of : need for not only a new and smile through the pain as she
use. Many of us finds Virginia attended t h so that the "R" Club building but a larger was too close to the stage to turn

in gaining friends and grade there, and after already be organized for I variety ual of courses, namely: man- back. We all think she did swell / ,
training which trains
those friends of ours toe came back to Lawtey, year. i boys to have a pin In her' back. ,' '
and In- the ninth grade and Roberts and girls In different vocatl ns. Freddie looked .
their faults gave the Since the' Wlmberly afresh
our students
{ieic: assets.! We find hap- at Bradford High, news that the "B" Club are rural and as a daisy. In her cotton
y making others happy. : been ever since. have use of the American between a great many withdraw play suit with, her little blue bon-
the grades of six ,
sing disposition In a great i David's most exciting Hall one night out of each and tent it is quite obvious that net and wooden shoes Alice June
bard winning friends. One 'was his first football there Is Harding wore a beautiful blue
a necessity of preparing Ie'' ,
elop this very early in was with Green Cove Is No Laughing Matter" those, same people so that cotton suit. Did you notice her
d should develop It earlyIt came through with Sinner Kissed An Angel" will be better able to earn a live- hair do? Here's a secret, that lathe I

can grow as he grows and has continued with solos by June Bloss. lihood. After all. these youth are new hair style for school '. t ,
one no attached and_inn work ever since, his Cheer Leaders sang "Rose the future citizens of the girls and I think It la a honey. ;

Into himself that It can- being with Monticello. "Shanty Town" and i, Academic credits are helpful county.to Those bathing beauties were a Jr

detached. assistant Captain of the About You" accompanied those who plan to enter college smash hit, although: they were e //t
his Junior and Edwards at the out of season slightly. Merry .
school one forms many year piano. but since the bulk of our pupilsdo
with people-classmates, Jean played "Blue Chum- not to would Beth Knight. Elsie Green and
go college, It not
r i, helpers. His popularity likes any type of and "The White Cliffs of be wise to n rtffpr_____ _mrtrA___. 4r\__>_iaA.__>> Edna Mae Mosley modeled those
white ,
em Is determined by his games and doesn't have with everyone singing the which would give practical help Virginia suits Sewell like professionals. f r \ ,

to meet them and bring likes. Of all the colors toward vocational training? These Introduced the :;:.
pplneas Into their lives in from the one that meeting came to a dose people have to have some means latest In bright bathing suits and

or large way. An Indua- most Is red. He likes playing "Elmer's Tune" of earning a living and this would she looked as If she had come
straight from
working student pleases best of the three of our singing or whistl- be a most efficient way of at Palm Beach.

cher. An eager, helpful colors because of the least exposing them to the prob- clothes There that were it so is many beautiful Harold, my huibmrui wee tttvonmd end hi* daughter was tight yarn old :.

pleases his friends. One signifies to all Nazi Cleo Norman. lems which they will have to face to mention Impossible for when, I tnt him. lie l i. fifty nmu end tkti h.r to dance and night club. They ,
always be ready to do thatIII For his motto David in everyday life In the end the me them all. Here'sto com in lot., and I hear them laughing ill lh. pantry with her boy fritntlm.

bring the most happio grow big in all ways. !!The JuniorsThe county would profit for more Industrial swell the and entire cast did! You looked

| the lives of those about he Is doing a very progress would be shown all you the swell considering By KATHLEEN NORRIS A WOMAN'S WORLD "'

n order to do this one living up to it. tattle Of Word simply because Its citizens!!! are mlahapH. We answer to fully two- '
should do that again sometime We cannot all be called at
am how while he is still Although he can really on a morning bright. more capable of earning a live- THE of the problems
tvrvicet. And
I and making small social In front and a school room site. lihood. It Is almost useless to once for war w* I ,
go Do You Take women submit to me in all be able do what '
i which will stand by him\ way In a football game from each side were struggle with translating Latin may not to ,!
these be the
e! goes out Into the world modest and bashful when later on there is no prac- Your Manners Home? days will same. we want to when we are called. :

Iden thene contacts. pecially when girls are faces lined with many a llcaf use for It. I do not mean It will be: "Get busy. America But titers i i. something every '

After finishing high that Latin is a useless subject We always try to be polite, needs you. Forget your woman in America can do not "

rime What? plans to serve Uncle Sam men of war were they but no one can make a living more or less, when we are at a petty worries and trials, for- and continue doing throughout i I I

( ing the navy. You well trained to meet translating what little bit he may social gathering a committee get slights and suspicions and the months, or years, toe I, I"
day. have learned In high school. The meeting, or even with the neigh- "
Marge Chryste of anything better to are at war. She can make her ", .
71 our clocks around an and always remember victory was General A. purpose of school ,,Is to preparefor bors. We are very careful to personal disappointments, home a place of comfort and ,I
where are troops drawn up in best the basic problems In life so choose the correct word at the and give your entire life to .She- '
you your con to ,
fto some will why not make the curriculummore precise time. If we make a mistake prayer and service." courage. manage I
mates be
save time, _. thinking of cook tcvnomiraf" food aM
jury to work,, or play. wishing you all the bated breath each side nearly complete? In the we trjr to excuse ourselvesas We have to do that now. If sew inexpensive clothe witha I I I I
the world. We're end the county will be repaid a politely as pomtlbU. But do t I I ;
corners on a dime sure don't lose the '
the final word was staled. thousand times for there will be we do this at home? I am sure we we may es- limi'< i needs
waiting for like
forever trying no to man. more men you.Ninth they plunged with eyes less unemployment and more that every one of us could be a sential thing that has made us enjoy it. Women nolonger ; ,
catch; It. Duncan."B"
Iploy progress shown. little more courteous In the home. America and our world a free need to feel that their '

tune every of "Please ruse we do can catcher Grade their death o'r gain their We do not think that we are When mother does something for world. We stand in serious danger only piece it in thq home, and

being unreasonable when we ask us do we Just take it for grantedor ; \there Is no room any more for they mint make the but of it, '

9-P on seas of troubled for help. Any student In our I do we thank her? A word of ... Thing that seemed actually Many women are already active I ::1.1' i

[ If the birds know The ninth grade has notion- will .'...-.,IlIv-. voftfv th. I'A' thanks would be deeply appreciated to wreck your life yesterday., things in sotunt.er.rganizationaand '. ''I, "
ieyr supposed to riMy ing sandwiches at recess they won sent forth a that there la a strong: ; need fora by her. over which you. brooded through! in defense induttriei. But '

a glad "Good-morning" made good at It. We more rounded curriculum. We Many people think or the homeas restless nights and cried through those who remain home ,'
f and earth and skies? sored a show which laughed with keen need response. a place to go and not have to empty days. must be put aside. at I
the duration"
other Nature told theme successful.I be polite. If a shoe hurts, pull It Meet domestic changes heroically. "for need not I I
wonder Not feel left out of i it. For the
with resignation
creature man why Frank others fought a losing. off. If a relative visiting comes martyred;:
de a rule for early rising and talks all of the time Eighth Grade News into the room or even mother or and reluctant philosophy but courageously home remain a* much a. ever ,

[ they maul not ban? It be Arleen. day-ah, General C. will' 8-A dad, and you are Indifferentlyslumped with Imagination and hu 'a woman' world."
Harrell and Betty In your chair, It does mor. As expensive food rise right
i squirrels tainly do talk lot In In science class we are making out of light, learn to substitute others
start one hour a by one the opponents Informa- make a difference. Do you perhaps "Harold. Just 80, takes her to
scrap-books' containing
|rller class. Watch your step! ; tion about gardens. We are to offer them your chair? and make them appetizing and dances and night clubs; they come'

e their food away' she's a Jeweller. day-the fire was as From now on let's try to extend nourishing. in late, and I bear them laughing
plant vegetable gardens with pictures
they stick to regular. time Lyle no slower our courtesy even to the After all the chief ingredient of with: her boy friends In the pant..,..
|are until It's day? were running showing what our gardens members of our own home. any meal li love: people may cs.ll W. have a One colored general maid,
9-D would look like If they were real- "Mothers' .
md beasts it a "home table" or
and fowl are all whom Illav. trained to do practically
The 9-D acorns to ly planted.I but It Is love. Anyone .
creatures of room cooking, can
their Mother I everything downiUin this leavesme
; Fifth Grade ;
: they do the wonderful singer In its ) day-General C. re- have seen a number of them tell from the taste of a meal whetherthe '
usual thing a healthy woman of lets than
he which are neat and nice. cook liked her not
1th Time though (James Baxter very Job or .
design 40. with practically nothing to do. I
not to A II
A. he was defeated. -
Our science teacher Mrs. Ingwal-
er. a bit bashful. Every country: except our own has
Chester McKinney had day-o, how the bat son Is pleased with our work. We are glad that June Cald- Its cheap "filler" of rice, potatoes am. neither needed nor wanted.'Linda'a .
well is back, In school again after mother I I. dead the girl
little extra work the The "B" Club has been divided macaroni, oatmeal cornmeal with ;
And Endsbut for chewing gum la' how General C.'. troops into two parts. We. the eighth being absent nearly two weeks such luxuries 11 meat, shellfish has an income of her own. There
because of illness. I* nothing I can do for her. Will
and the seventh cake for the you
Spring grade, grade cream, roast goose occasional -
[ I surely did We are all excited today about please help me to find place
enjoy that Lonely alone beneath arrived I when make up the Junior "B" Club. treat. We will not have my
n. I always did relish Nature's raw product was low The higher grades form the Senior our Valentine box. But what has to go as far a. Caeiar's soldiers, again In my own eitlmatlon, for I
t It seems that us more excited Is the feel completely at a lota."
I have to refined. were his troops vic- "B" Club. prospect who traveled on a pocketful of rawlI1'al8

lie BVY for heating they White as the snow that in over the foe. Our new pupils' Dorothy Town- of our holiday.We or the alley slaves who war. Trouble Seem Imaginary.

e harder Job of to school th. .w.vw.. ......sV. .-*..__D_._.. had send and Betty Jean HIatt seem are studying about South doled out six bananas e day or the This would item aralmo purely
than ever before. Green as the a roaring good to like our room, and we hope i America and we find It very in Chinese who can eat a bowl of Imaginary trouble, Isabelle, to> nine'

Alvin Wynn and Thomas flowering tresses their spelling match. they continue to like it.Dorothy. teresting. We are anxious to steaming rice for a hundred meals tenths of the women In th. world

bad to use every bit of That Is the Easter surrender which Gen Mott. 'learn all we can about our neigh In luccenlon and find It still lufflclent today, and you must try to .see It

wer they could muster to sublime. troops ask of General ... ., boring continent. : But we will have to go now In a different peripactlv What

themselves come to school! That, dear friends Is Is a picnic. 8-1 We like the change I n our I part way. other persons can do to ui Is al-
tf morning but they did time.my Katy Did Our home room has been buy- schedule we think it is fun to i That's& why my answer to Ii>- ways of -our own choosing; If we

re power to them. Ing Defense Stamps. Over ten dol- .have recess in the afternoon. bella'i letter Is perhaps a trifle less choose to rife above slight and itupldity -
i Merle
hion Show was Just Grade News lars has been collected and we're Betty Powell, sympathetic than It might have and to find our own avenues

tuJ, Jewell Carter looked I proud of our accomplishment. Charles! Lawson been a few years ago. Isabelle .f work sad service, there la nothing -

Us In her sky blue frock Third Grade se you have missed 10-S Let's keep it up. reporters. writes me. In part: that a dancing husband or unappreciative ,

I II Wit h silver buttons. the past few weeks! it We are making Garden scrap 3-B "I am 32 married to a man ten daughter can do to hurt
I abe had THE CHINESE EXHIBIT assistant books in Science with for Harold dIvorced
quite a time with my reporter plans We have been learning many years my senior. Will us.Youth
her We had a Chinese I and of when I met him his wife will for dancing
stockings too. Nina on his Job while was having gardens pictures interesting things about Mexico. ; go on dancing,
really did her play, ult week before last. The : I am glad to be back in the things we are planting. We have learned to pronounce had the custody of a daughter, of I I. wholesome and amusing and

It reminded> me of a have slanted eyes. The a tonsil operation. I A campaign has been started some Mexican words The chief eight After our firit two eloudleis- Innocent But today' youngsters

|n hat turned up-slde-down. children have very of you have probably I to get. class dues paid' up. We foods of the mexican people are ly happy years together his Brit are dancing with tear In their eyes "

everyone Could hear the which Is on the top of scale or chart drawn hope everyone will cooperate so tortillas and frijoles (cornbreadand wife remarried end lent us the change, separation, uttering are

story of the Show. The The Chinese people Parker, In the hall. The we can have a party at the end bean). They are fond of a child a spoiled difficult, unfriendly, ahead of them and although they

periOd Home Economicspeifect from cups with no of this chart Is to keep a of school. drink called pulque which l Is delicate little creature who needed may win through-and they WILL e

eve a review of Jt- use chop sticks for the purchase of Defense We had a Valentine box Thurs made from the century plant. Infinite care. Linda was then 12. win through-to a better, Baser

(of about it. she was the Teddy or Bond bought by pu- day. Everyone was pleased with Mrs. Brown I is reading "The Dad Special Training. more moderate world, the next
kelllDan. 10-S. The boys are com the valentines received. had half-dozen year are not going to
We had Mexican Twins" to us. Tonla and "I had special training In the
Seniors, a Chinese which What would If: be a time when a safe and secure
and the to happen
1 could say learned words girls see Tlta have many funny and Inter care of children In a psychologycourse <,
lUIlorl, these new : woman of 32, with no child of her
wasn't late for school ?
are wondering If have the larger percent Ralph esting adventures.We and I did my belt for Linda.
en they Chinese soybeans, chop Elbert Erie didn't talk own over whom to agonize, need "
are going to have Stamps at the end of the so are sorry that Reta Hardy and she loved ma. Week after weekyear
uet' Confucius and Junks, grudge a girl of 18 anything.
Goodness far the girls are leading. much fHarold after and
knows the Is having to miss so much school year I guided helped
I boats. We learned about
financial quota Is not had better hurry and couldn't speak of "war"In because of illness and hope .she her; I have no child of my own. A* for your husband, he is being

them back. cabbage. first period? will soon be better. Two yean ago iha ,went aait to s clAsh and illly snatching In a
ou( happened to .notice the One little girl brought why- Wanda lost her chewing gum? Patsy Dew. elrll' college, returning this autumn panic: at the last glow of youth; but
ra running of Chinese c a b b age. Opal Morrell. he hat company. Moat men
around with a McRae and Nick Kennis to be with ui. go
TOwn envelope and OOhlng Brown brought tome curly hair? 5-8 "She Is now a lovely girl of 18. through this phai '

lag OVer It. It I. their pichlch dolls. The Chinese" ) English carries an extra Sixth Grade News We are sorry that Van Priest Her father I. completely devoted to Linda wiU fall In love with a sot I

are causing the com- called "coolies.. teeth around in his was hit in the eye with a stick. her. She adores him. and they leave diet who will either march away

Yes. the Senlor have We thought that It' O-K We received our reading workbooks me out of their calculation entirely. leaving her desolate, or who win

tGD Enos and J. E. report nice exhibit.' Whitfield loves Spanish We have two new books; they Jut week and we really Recently Harold suggested kindly marry her first and perhaps come

Ictures reminding them of Helen are "Lone Star" and "Carmen of ,enjoyed working in them. enough \that I visit my sister who stumbling back to be her beloved

Ornlng after the Dlpt be- We had a Chinese Peek doesn't pay at the Golden Coast." Bobby Frazier We had lots of fun making Valentines has a large family of small children care and rtcponilblllty for the rest

Oh well kids. the camera was a good one. We I in English class brought a book "Little Farmer of I this week. In a neighboring town. .hUe fie and of her life. She' will sop dancingand

ke you What you area Chinese dolls and little Shuford Is so quiet? the Middle West"In Nancy Lightfoot Is absent today Linda 'take a little flier In New Harold will Mop dancing and

keep thlll weekend that made the was so happy be our geography we are study- I because bf illness. We hope York. I have never been to New both win turn to you. To you who

beaketball &&Qe. W.open The were Chinese hare by light no school Monday? lag France; Miss Kennedy is that she will soon be weU and York. I went to stay with Mary keep the horn so comfortable who V

ntQre Onre Sprtn and are AIn and slanted *. glad to welcome a new reading "Little Jeanne of France." be back in school again. doing dlihei and dldiei tor seven are M sympathetic and capable
totoirlbtpoo.t the eye our room. His name is We are going to have our Val- Mrs. Sheppard gave each of week. until Harold and Linda came their rock of comfort In shaking
grtaaad Chinese bat
n a Meyer and he comes entine party Friday morning. us a piece of candy for a Valen- back i world.
lee la very large
you Billy Smith. tine.
the next J I Kaspar Georgia.



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; PAGF. PO1JR Mrs. Murrhee 1940 Census ,

CLUBS I BROOKER Fashion ShowSuccessful Dies At GrahamMrs. Now Out Of DateAn ,v
m SOCIETY By Mrs. KIdon Hardy ,
I died at expressive r.
Elizabeth Murrhee new simile ,.
FAMILY REUN10XUnder total of $89 net profit i,
oaks ol Service* her home in Graham last Friday be: "As out of date ai
the beautiful the Women's a bu
PresentedAt realized by Illness I
I Roane-Taylor I Pageant Dade Memorial Park, on Sunday Organization of the USO from night after a lingering or the 1940 census of BJ1d
Birthday Party WSCS Meeting\ She was 75 years of age. :
8, D. M. Edwards was benefit baby show and fashIon County. \
February the '
For Jo Ann Smith At 11.15: P. M. Monday, Feb reunion. This held In the Florida Born in Millwood, Ga., \
family show
became the Mrs. G. C. Powell, chairman ot: host at a had lived at Graham for Scarcely had the sixteenth
Bertha Taylor ol I'be Murrhee- t
2, Miss occasion was In honor Theatre last Friday night. :
p Mrs. Hogan Smith entertain bride of Pfe. John Uoane. The Circle Two, presented a pageant, happy the birthday of a brother, T. B event was staged by Leila's Dress many years and was one of citi thecommunity's .era census been completed,11.t
afternoon from 3:30:: to took place at the homeof the Cross" are Archie Robertson most beloved along came Camp
Tuesday ceremony Jacksonville "The Evangel and Edwards of Brooker There Shoppe, with Mm Blanding "
t occasion waa the McKlnney Davis, living and all of Gainesville announcing the "-, .
o'clock The Monday afternoon at the regu six brothers still zens.Funeral Ing palnstaklngly.galb '
of her Justice of the Peace. and giving a brief services!' were held at ,.
fifth birthday anniversary Law- lar meeting of the Woman's Society were present. tach model Church figures on Bradford ]
Roane was reared at at the of the gown worn. the Graham Christian County
Ann. Mrs. Service presentwere description
Jo of Christian and guests
daughter obsolete the
Bradford o'clock,
of at 10:30: ,, bird.
and 19 a graduate T. B. Ed son ol Sunday morning
were enjoyed tey Methodist church.A : Mr. and Mrs Butch young
Indoor games of 1939,,, Wm. T. ,
the clans the Rev. For instance, the
in conducted by 1940
Smltl, School W. Edwards M. Smith,,
t late In the afternoon Mrs. High November lighted crops. made a perfect wards, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Junlus Inter e r
since of Lake Butler.
o asHlsted by Miss Kate Strut, and has been the Harold C, background for this beautiful Miss Margaret Edwards and Lou Green, diminutive daugh Mlnsbew Sinai Ceme gives the population of "
r t nerved tempting refreshments t to 1940 an employe of pageant, which was interspersedwith Charles Edwards, Jr., Mr. and ter of Congressman and Mrs. R. ment was In Mount county as 8,717 Anyone

the following young guests: Wall Insurance Agency. hymns suitable to the part Mrs. Roy Woods Mr. and Mrs. A. Green, won first prizes In the tery. wants1 to know the real

', Sandra Johns, Billy Torodi, Mr. Roane is from Washington, taken by each person. Miss! Cattv IS. I. Edwards, and children baby show., Butch, in a trim Pall bearers were: J. A. Graves,, tlon now will have to make

Brown, Mfcrciis Brown, D. c., was Inducted Into the 'erlne Nollman took the leading Elwyn and Ronald Lee, Mr. and white sailor suit, and Lou In a W. T. McEver.>C. B. Roberts,, own guess.

r Florence Madeline Willlama, Richard Wl Army last April, and Is stationed part as the "Evangel," and the Mrs. J. Edwards, Mr, and Mrs. blue party dress 'with full hoopskirt Will Barwick F. T."' Abernathy,, Cenaua figures show that ti

s llama Margaret Rose Duncan, at Camp Bland Ing. cross-bearers were : Mrs. Wll Lewis Clemons M. O. Marrell,, instantly captured the fancy R. M. Johnson, R. S. Waadln,, i were only 43 more males ((4% f

Jerome Colley, Tommy Smltl, Mrs. Roane Is making her home Blair Mrs) L. D. Green Mrs. J Yvonne Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Z. of the audience and there was :Math Wasdln, Bilge Strickland : than females (4.337)) at then

Carl Thomas, Dorothy Ann John: with Mr. ,and Mrs. Edward Burns W White, Mrs. L.' S. Hutto and W. Hamilton, and twin sons, ,never any, doubt judging by applause and John 'Surrency. of business in 1940. Now, <* .

e tr Linda Sue Johns, Pensle' Fay on Madison street, and will continue her Mrs,Emma Murphy. James, and ,Thomas, J. V. Edwards as to who would .win the Mrs. Murrhee la survived by one knows there are at least! \

'' Thigpen Mary Bes ant, Tommy for the time ring In Mrs L'A. Davis showed chart Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ed- honors. The silver. loving cups the following children: W. G.. or ten men for every iif
Jimmie We!- position. wardo Marie and Harry Ed- awarded were given by Leila's. Mrs. Willie and old
Jones, Mary Jones, present and talked on the subject of Wesley Montford, Leesburg; woman an maid
don. Levy Canova, Jr., George( House Foundations for trainIng wards, Mr. and Mrs. Reiner Ed- Second prize for girls a silver Mae Hlggs, Axson, Ga., Mrs. L. soon be a thing of the pan)
Canova, Jeanette Marrell, Tom Miss\ Hutto HonoredAt colored people. wards, and children Alice and cup presented by the Gem Jewelry G. Barry, Mrs. L. L. Smith and Bradford County.

d Long, Lex Green, Jr., Lou'Green' Miscellaneous Shower The business session was presided Richard. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. was won by little MargaretRose Mrs. Olive Byrd, all of Sulphur Other interesting (though
Anderson, Butch Smith, Edwards, Mrs. E. M. Pearson, Duncan, becomingly dressedIn Bennie Murrhee and K.
( Janet over by the president, Mrs. Springs; of date) ,facts shown by thec
Judy Green, Carol Jennings, Waiter Miss Edna Hutto, whose mar- The treasurers Marlene Bradford. W. H. Edwards pink. Second for boys, a diver B. Murrhee, Tampa; Mrs. J. B. sus are that only 60 foreign t

"et Jennings, Jack Sudduth. riage to M. C. Wells of Jacksonville E. K. Perryman.showed that during the ; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ed- cup given by Edenfield's, went to Crews, Lake Butler; and Dewey Citizens live In the county; I ..

will be an event of March 1, report month the Saturday Night wards, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ham- young George Canova, wearing a Murrhee, Graham. Other survivors are 2,227 negroes, and the i JU.\.\
lovely shower past ilton Mrs. R. E. Collins. Mr. and Third three sisters, Mrs'
League MembersAt was honoree at a Committee and the Wesley smart military uniform. Include farm population accounts '
Fellowship MeetingThe given at the home of Mrs. I. B. Supper Fellowship Classes had madea Mrs. D. M. Edwards, Mrs. Ruth prize winners were Joyce Fried- J. B. iBumsed of Graham, and 5,273 of the total of 8,717.

Blvlngo In Jacksonville Wednesday of $40.00 on the new Finks, Mr and Mrs. John Fulka, ler and Buzzy Green, who received :Mrs. Mae Blount of Millwood,
following persons attended afternoon by Mra. Blvlngs. electric payment stove and $80.00 on the and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. a gold locket given by ,a.; Mra Charity Herrin, Avon RULED INDEX-C.1KDS

Sub-district Fellowship-Meet Miss Dothen Dell and Mrs. Shel- and silverware.The Lamb. Jr., Larena Watkins, Mr. Carpenter's, and a gold ring given Park; two brothers, Levi Herrin
the china M-BRADFORD
S and Mrs. J. H. Popham, and Hal- respectively. Mack Herrin of Millwood, 91 per COT.
of the Methodist Epwort lie Hall. that by the Gem Jewelry, and ,
i League at Hawthorne Thursday; Those, attending this pleasant president be made for the lie Popham. Friends present also Fourth prizes, a gold locket given Ga.; 19 grandchildren and 11
'z Hamil-
evening, February 12: Jewel and affair were: Mrs. L. S. Hutto, special prayers were Mr. and Mrs. James by Louis Shafkln and a gold ring great grandchildren.
soldiers1 In our army, and a number Mrs. Martha Lydenmyre, Mr. iv rmriiiT: : 'Ot"RT, anteCOUNTY
ton. went to Sandra -
Paul Raymond given Edenfield's)
Mrs by
Frances Colts,
4jt' M i Frances Powell, ; Mrs. E. J. Flynn of fervent sentence prayers and Mr. FLOHIUtl 14: lHI
Lyle Anderson, Billy Smith, Rev Mrs. W. T. TUrley Mrs. G. and Mrs. Jack Sheppard, Gall Tarratus and Billy May "Gum" Farming CERY,
1'di and Mr G. C. Powell Mrs. William H. Bennett, Miss Gayle Ford, were made by those present.Junior and Mrs. Wesley Williams Models who took part in the Maurice Lowln, Plaintiff, vj l>>
Miss Carol White Ellison, Mrs.' Tillman Matthews Explained At MeetA othy Lowin, Defendant. Case
Blair and hiss Jackie Woman's Club MRS. IIARRELL HOSTESS Fashion! show were: Irene
After the Worship program and< Hutto, and MJss Garnlta Hutto. Mrs. Guy Harrell was hostess Marguerite Deyorlo, Carolyn 1819.
demonstration meeting to OffER OF PIJBLK..... ,
r business meeting, a fellowship] To Sponsor DanceAt Thursday afternoon when she en- Green, Jewel Carter, Geraldine ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR?
4 period of Valentine games and Episcopal Supper tertained with bridge and bingo Silcox, Evelyn Hall Alice teach farmers better STATE) OF FLORIDA to:
of the Junior and farming waa
refreshments was enjoyed by all Members the last meeting from 4 until 6 o'clock. June Harding Lorene Moncrief, methods gum othy Lowln, 115-19 G
Due to the shortage of tires I II It For New Woman's Club final plans were The living room where the Gloria Buford. Freddie Wimberly, held two miles south of Staike Place, Kew Gardens, Long 111I:;

I was decided tohave the.,meeting I 8 o'clock Tuesday night 35 made for a dance to be held Wed- guests assembled was made veryattractive Margaret Strtogfellow.; Nina Monday afternoon. The meeting New York.

l1 every two months s Instead ,o At at,the Episcopal nesday night, February'25, at tbeWoman' with seasonal flowers Bishop, Waver Davis, Jean Edwards ran well attended by interested You are required to appear
Ir month ,and also to chang I persons gathered club. Music will be furnished Willa Farmers who have forests on April 6th., 1942 In the ate
every Church street for an and At the end of the Hattl
on plants.
rectory Merritt. farms and much Interest named. Court and .
by Angus their cause, nhm
the time of meeting temporarily. ; Informal supper given by the play Mrs.Mac Hall held high and Mae Thornton Elvalee Manaasa, manifest in the demonstrations plaintiff seeks. divorce Brail',
j to 8:30: o'clock. Woman's Auxiliary of the local Members of the Junior Woman'sClub was given a box: of lovely hand- Frances Opperman, Sara Barefoot, was County Telegraph to"uhr"1 put,
and other by the State workers present Ihln Order In next w.eklr> .
their dates,
church; of which Mrs. R. J. DavisIs kerchief Mrs. Sanford Ritch Nora Anderson Patsy Roberts, .
i Richard Kldd, III the chairman.The guests will be ,entertained at the held low and was given a measuring Grace Green, Maxine Noegel, according to County Agent ueM.Wttnens. my hand and old-
gathering was an entirely, home of Mrs. Fred Guy before cup. Mary Lucile Torode, Marie Bag- U: T. Dyer, who was. in charge of seal at Starke Florida, this Fa

test ; Celebrates Birthday loclal one-a "get-together" in the dance. Later in the afternoon Mrs. pett Ann Coleman, Edna Mae i the meeting. ruary 12th., 1942.
SEAL A. J Thorjj
The State workers present were (OFFICIAL
Richard Kldd, ITT. son of Lt honor of the new members and Harrell served hot coffee and delicious Uosley,' Elise Green, Dorothy As Clerk of Said Court 2-204t:
rl and Mrs. R. G. Kldd. waa ah unidentified Episcopalians s o- WMS Executive CommitteeThe cookies: to her guests, B 11 e n Steele, Virginia Sewell, U. T. NIeland, Extension Forester, T. Frank Landrum, Starke, P
f. 12 and wai in Starke. The supper, Ladles Bridge Merry Beth Knight.Mary Gwalt- md J. B. Williams assistant
r years old on February lourning members of the Atty. for Plf.
t given a lovely birthday party at was furnished by the Woman's Executive Committee of Club. rig, Margie Mathews, Clara Mae State Forester. Mr. Nelland explained

the home of his grandmother, Auxiliary, and was given primarily the Baptist W. M. S. will meet Harley, Betty Green. Grace WainBvrtght. the. methods of setting_ _
Mrs. Emma Canova. The dining; in order that the membership Monday afternoon at 3 o'clockIn SOCIETY NOTES ,. Grace Williams, Pat ana growing trees for best u

table was centered by' a huge might become better acquainted the church annex. This meetIng Mrs. F. M. Sanderson and son, Lambe, Ann Klippelle, Margaret cess, and the method of BUC-I I DR.,LEMUEL COLSON

g white cake topped with six caa with the newer mem.1beril. will be followed by the regular F. M. Jr., of Tampa were visiting Pearce and Jean Darby. ing the board feet of DENTIST -

%(N die., and after the children haT monthly business session. her mother, Mrs. D. W Hazen Mr R. A. Green, chairman of a forest; while Mr. Williams
rvw'' $ demonstrated the proper methodof OFFICES ,f 29 CALL ST.
played many merry games they;] and friends last week. the Women's Service Organization ,
+ were served ice cream, cake and Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, hanging a cup on a tree and ADKINS BLDG.

t cadies. A few little friends enJoyed and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and Billy proprietor of Leila's, expressed appreciation explained the proper procedure to "
I P this lovely party. Carolyn Callstreet
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Sun- prize*, both the main awards, and naval stores for beat advantageand

Attend Youth Rally day.Mr. other prizes which were distributed to conserve the tree .

A. L...Or..'; Jr., and ,Mr. 'among entrants, and also The Government Is) calling for: b.

F At Ocala ,Friday Wen folks The ,main (who'll be Mrs. Rex. Smyth this W; H. HInton were transacting to everyone"who assisted: in anyway a large increase I : in naval stores, r

i :The following persons attende trouble,,as I see it. with a fashion I I time next Monday) was a veri business In Starke Monday. to make. the c,event a. 'success. -. Mr.; Dyer said, and is .:urging
Mr. and Mrs. ..Jon.t.ahlDukes who has Umber to workit
r the Regional Youth Rally of,the' show, Is the,,awful ahockyou, get table-vision' in pink 4 Grace everyone
of the Gulf Coast are the house The is
this bringing -
in Williams was becomln' In black year. gum
Florida Conference for 1942' at when go home and peek
s, i Ocala. Friday evening, February your you clothes: closet after gazingat whUe Pat Lambe was tall an' guests of Mrs. Florence Varne- 4-H Boys Plant a good price, and any farmer

for in white silk jersey having around 800 faces can af-
13: Jewel and Frances Powell, gorgeous gowns an' models stately doe.Mr. .
Guess I'll and :Mrs., G. E. McGauleyof 6,000 Pines ford to work his timber. The
:1t Frances Colley, Lyle Anderson, a couple of hours i J- I
Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Powell, &fri haff ,to start out on a ahoppuV I I Guent I better reserve a little Melrose were visiting their This week five 4-H Club boys State forestry men will give their
William Blair, and Mlas Caro spree to help overcome the terrible 'praise for the Baby Show, which daughter and sonpln-law. Mr. and 'which services In getting anyone started
White. inferiority complex I almoa was equally entertain Mrs. Roy Green,and family Sun let 6,000 pine seedlings who does not already know the
at the at
tv t' They visited Silver Springs developed But in spite of all Prizewinners Lou Green and day.Mr. were Dlustee grown and given' by nursery the Container methods to use.
1 .' a Butch Smith made an ideal match and farmers who have not already
f"6 where a picnic supper was served that, the show I. Friday was and Mrs. 'C. Harrell Corporation.These Any
1'' The Rally theme was "Christ Is howlln success an' Leila can He lookln' like a tiny replica James of Hampton Lake 'were begun working their timber

The Vlttory.: Afterwards a Fel justly be proud of the styles she of a full-fledged admiral an' visiting friends here Friday aft- boys were Elvin Casey, should see Mr. Dyer at an
low hip period was enjoyed. has assembled to deck our lovely she like a china doll in a blue ernoon. Fel tort Galney, James Crosby A.r. early date and get started as flllClcylWhen
dress with a full, full skirt Hazen of Andrews, and Coleman Phil ,
taules this spring party Mr. and Mrs. Alph! soon as possible.
The thunderous applause they Orlando were visiting his parents, llp In addition to the plantings b
CARD OF THANKS received left no doubt concerningthe last by the boys, the 4-H Club your horseshoe
An' speakin' of lovely lassies! Mr. and Mrs. M M. Hazen Assessor Warns
members of Brooker school set
audience's choice Buzzie Accident
!" We wish to express appreciation If Earl Carrol had been at week-end. ibout school backed by an
( two acres on the
Is Green's unlntenUonal.ateaJlng' the Artford Brown Assessor this
and Mrs. Tax E. W.
Mr. Hayes
he could have pickedthe !
for kindnesaei Florida Travelers
the the
many for' demonstration, The
rd shown us during the Illness am cast for a brand new Vanities show (doing everything from and son Buster of Tampa were rounds a project. week reminded the public of a Policy in
Plans for this
t4? death of our father, J. W. Bud without a bit of trouble Allot dancln' a jig to atandin on his visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. worked out with the project school were trustees new law which: requires property- Charley E. JohnsARency
d'ington.Mrs. the models were worthy of head) and Sandra Gall TarratuaTlong L. A. Brown last weekend.Mr. owners to file a complete list of
and the School Board
-; Clarence Andreu and Mrs mention, but as space I Is rationed, Titian curl were other out- and Mrs. Eldon Hardy andMr. I the County could this all propertyowned, and Its value,
whereby boys use
{ 'Arthur McRae. like everything else, 'I'll tell you standln" features of this event and Mra. Jake Keene were educational with the assessor before April 1. Starke Florida

: only about a few who lingered visiting in Gainesville Monday; I planting teach as better an forestry method projectto If the property owner does not 119 East Call Street
night. make the return, the assessor 11
There _
CARBON] PAPKB 1.2 11 longest In my memory under the of Telephone -
: .
x Marguerite Deyorlo in a Snoop Around the Loop: Won Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and supervision County must make it for him and the tax "tlUprointliMi
S 1-t :x IS: te bo1t-BRAD- was Agent Li. T. Dyer who
per what at the Blue
breakfast ensemble guaranteed to der happened Minnie Lou were shopping in collector is required to add 10
FOOD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. bring any man out from behind i Diamond Sattlday night? A Jacksonville Thursday. planting. percent to the amount of taxes THE TRAVELER,*#

the morning newspaper Ree mix-up in dates, or sumpln? Remmer Thomas of Fort Ben- assessed aa a penalty-

Baggett (who I'll bet could geta Surely will miss Sidney Shuford :lung, Ga., spent the week-end PLEASANT VALLEYMr.
ack as'a Power's model anytiMe from the bank when he goes to I here with his wife. -
she chooses) looked, smarter board with Uncle Sam next 'week Mr. and Mrs I. B. Harrison and and Mm. Freddie Halmai

than ever m a startlln' two-piece Alta Smith enterbV tralnln daughter, Zona Sue, were visiting 'and baby of Jacksonville and Mr, GROWERSIf
dress, more' colorful even at Orange General I n Orlando Gainesville' Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Adklna of Vanderbili

sport than the rainbow. . George Manassa an' Betty and Mrs. Frank Feaglea i were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S
f Strlngtellow now Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Juanlta, were din- Snowden Sunday. You Are Not Using V-C Fertilizers

k Ceuld literally-write a book de- .Alvarez. Happened transferrln Monday from, Panama. Sam ner tum guests Norris of in Mr.LaCrosse and Mrs.Wednes Ta- Blending Sgt. Frank and MM Brooks! Eunice of Snowden Camp)- Give' Them A Trial. You'll See The

scriolng the picture that combinedwith resulted City to new defense proj. at day. were visiting in Provldenci Difference In Your Crop Yield.

when Fran Opperman Stuart Excuse, please! Mrs :J. P. Roberts was shopping Sunday.Mr. .
a pale blue Jersey number, Seems I overlooked little Richard in Gainesville Saturday. and Mra. Joe Gunter of.
pl with long torso, pleated skirt an'brown Smith (Feb. 9)) when xnentlonuVthose Pine Level were dinner guests ol

ribbon banding Hollywood -I first birthday celebratorslas' Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Snowden Sun f

scouts are certainly mlsatn'a ....
week .
before this lot of good bets these days! 0 Letter BoxThe day.Miss Juanita Johns Is ill with '

Evalee Manaasa resembled a .
Imagine Faye Peterson's surprise mumps.
happens fugitive from Vogue In an outfit when she looked up an' saw i.:,"1 ; ,
of an' brightened ,up r '
beige green
F The Angel waltln to register for following are rhymed replies .
wltn bits of red Nora. Anderson e.fy
Before there's a hole In the draft at the school house received by the Telegraph in 'r' P : :rL
i soles for (Bell Tel.) soothed the Monday Mindin' her manners, answer to its poetical subscription .. ?' :;1. :f
your "crying eye In an olive, green an' white Faye refrained from screamln', expiration notices: 1e .

help" better have print with mustard Jersey jacket, thereby winnln'. the title for

your shoes RESOLED. trickily fastened with tiny pot. bravest girl of the year The Brooker Fla. e i'?
of flowers Merry Beth y
Angel, as you doubtless know Is I got your notices One and Two
Healthier for feet all-of-a-sudden
your Knight (grownup the professional name of that I know its sad, but still It's
and Dorothy Ellen Steele:did jus- .4'&;j .,
healthier for you. hyper-thyroid wrestler who rates true- ;',ih r ,
tice to their bathing suit get-ups f
the reputation of beln the ugliestman Not half so sad for me as you.

Economical In the world .' Seems he And eo, by heck- .; i,

Fast was passln thru Starke en routeto Here' your check: ir, f .
In the aftar-d a r k glamour Cuba an' stopped off here to -H. T. Shaw.

NeatBROWNSTEEN'S gowns Grace: Wainwrlght was a register Created quite a com- SPEEDY i' a
c picture of poise in a dinner dress motion at B. H. S.. I understand Graham Fla.I .

with full black taffeta skirt an' Hear Sgt. Al Kay Carlisle received your notice No. 2, SERVICE
chartreuse jersey top Ann Is trarurferrliV to the Air Corp. And admit the bill is 'well past

119 N. Walnut St. Kllppelle was a walkln' advertisement Keep 'em flyln, Al! due.
for South America in Surely miss Leon Rosen berg So please find enclosed by I.O.U.R. You Don't Have To Wait

;t J! Opposite Post Office gay green silk Jersey skirt with along the main stem these days S. Wasdln. "Minutes For Your Order

red bolero Margaret Pearce Left a couple of weeks ago Here It's A Matter of
to enter the University of Alabama Fanwood, N. J. "
------- JL"UIJt.JL Jt.JUJC Jl1L JlJt :
ai.Jt.Jt.. JL JL c JL.. .::aOOoJCoJ: : === "Second
Hear his Herewith check for
0 military, my a single
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy tralnln' I Is gettin him up at six, buck- SANDWICHES, SHORT A. M. DARBY'SJohn

r Many Yearn Experience Make It Fotwibta for Me to Rod rEFFICIENT. o'clock In the morning! Poor Six mouth's news should be my'

COUESYll'tfl 1 boy Surely sympathize with luck. ORDERS & DINNERS
PROMPT and '
r" him 'cause even seven, et'clock Please let me know the real ; Maud Charles.'A. Darby'"
; seems like six o'clock (or Is it?) true date V

DeWITT C. JONES these War Time mornings To which: rm paid up on your ABA CAFE Phone 77 Starke, Fla.

Starfce Florida Says your (sleepy-eyed) slate.

-Carolyn Janet B. Carter.

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r BITS of LOCAL NEWSI More Peanuts I L Russell i dozen Or maybe we should putit cans and many other factorn ".. i \,

Required For Oil Kay the other way 'round and suggest farmers are beIna/ ke(1 to pro- "
duce more food for their famlllr
t I
I that they be patriotic and
I and feed for their livestock In "'}
pending this Louise Cone, little 7-year-old Mr By cutting off supplies of oils I
Is J. L Peek\
W Koch I I yesterday re TOO LATE unselfish and refrAin from buying order to leave the food in the. 1
In Arcadia. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William that have
ceived normally come from
his drug tore a telegram from her I more than a dozen oranges' or markets) for people, who have no
I P. Cone, was out of school! other countries, war has raised i TO CLASSIFY ,"
mother Mrs. E. P. Otwood, of grapefruit at a time. Boy, I'll available land for producing food. '
James Dennis and daughne last week because of Illness. Jacksonville, that she had broken the American peanut to a placeof I bet we'd have folks atormtn' the Families living on farms where I

spent Saturday In : her hip and was in the St. Luke's Importance that it never before I Panicky housewives all over the fruit stands and tearln clerks'ears land Is available should make an t
Bille Mrs. T. T. Long and young son Hospital. She Is 93 years of age. has attained, J. Lee Smith, Extension -II I country have been giving a glorious off in an effort to stock up analysis of their situation and i
Tom, spent the week-end In Col- district agent declares-
domonatration of American on citrus before rationing went make plans to produce a year-
V E Middleton is con- umbus, Ga. with Capt. Long, :Mrs. Jeanette Woodland of To fill the gap in the oil supply, resourcefulness and patriotism bystorming' Into effect! round garden, milk eggs, chickens -
thla week with who Is stationed at Ft. Bennlng. Philadelphia:: Pa. :Mrs. Gertrude to fatten more hogs to No. 1 '
his home We sold a lot of silk socks anda syrup (either sorghum or /
stores In effort
cold. Couver of High Springs and Mi's size, and to satisfy other needs of grocery an lot of gasoline a while back can), meat and canned goods. :
Mrs. O. H. Bennett spent Wed F. W. Webb of this and her allied to buy up all the sugar Insight
Hawthorne, were country AmerIcan by that method and If there la Mr. Klueppelberg stressed, however -
land Mrs. W. T. Hurley nesday afternoon In Jacksonvillewith visiting their aunt, Mrs. Effle farmers are being counted onto anything in this country that that Increases the government -
turned from a visit' withIn her son-in-law and daughter Johns, Wednesday raise 3,000,000 acres of peanuts In a Tampa store 1 stood and we've got a healthy surplus in. a .is asking for should be accomplished '

Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph this year, or 3,000,000 acres more 'watched a run on the sugar counter little carefully handled propa- without outside financing .I j

Boree. : N. H. Tyson, who has been reCently than they'raised In 1941. and I talked to clerks and ganda ought to move It in jig where possible and that,, 1
Hudgins and :Mr. and Mrs. I employed as meat cutter in Florida's 1942 production goal time F. S. A. will confine their loans ., \
!19cn made a trip to Ar- Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Jennings of the Tip Top Super Market, has for peanuts for the edible trade store managers who for the past i Well, I may have to go withoutan to those who cannot obtain adei. i

e first of the week. Clinton Iowa arrived last week leased the Ben Dell place just and for oil Is 273,000 acres of two weeks have been all but mob- : extra spoonful of sugar now quate financing elsewhere. ," :h j
for visit '
a with their son and north of town on Road 13 and which 200,000 acres will be grown bed by Irate women customers and then, and maybe the time 1. t t r

ueders, night police, was daughter-in-law Dr. and Mrs. L. ,' will begin extensive farming operations for oil and 73,000 acres for the determined to get sugar-or else.' will come when I'll have to put NOTICE ',,';

|ty Monday and Tuesday H. Jennings. here. The place has 31 edible trade. This total 273,000 It certainly has been a beautiful the old bus in storage and learn I I will not be responsible for r I

([because of Influenza. acres under cultivation. acres, ls. 179,000 acres more than example of American selfishness how to walk again. But In the any debts or obligation. of any ,::1
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Ritch of was grown in 1941, and It does and greed and makes a per meantime I'm not goln' to get all kind made by any other person .ir1'" :

Roberta WhlWield. of Jacksonville were here for the '' Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown, of not Include peanut acreage that son realize why It is necessaryfor hot and bothered, and I can promise than myself. (Signed) Lindsay I

arm, was the house guestek week-end visiting their son-in-law Richmond, Va., spent Sunday and must be grown for hog feed and the government to step In you that when the govern- Griff Is. '! ,;
of Miss: Marjorie Davis. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. S. Monday in Starke visiting Mrs. grazing. and ration essential products. ment starts check In' on the hoarders ..;

R. Johns, Jr. Brown's father, :M. J. McRae. Mr. With the planting season at The pitiful part of it is, thereis you won't find MY name on SIIEAKFKR'S SKRIP INK ,

L. W, Kemper Mrs Berthaand Brown is with the Southern rail- hand, Mr. Smith made these suggestions no real sugar shortage. If the list-and maybe you didn't PU. .1. QU. *t.7S--I1RADFORO "I
Miss Margaret Pearce Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. way in Richmond. They lived In to farmers planting pea people would go on in an orderly know ft, Mr. and Mrs. Smarty- COUNTY TKUCQRAFII. : ) r.
Monday In Jacksonville! Frances Parker spent several Starke for seven years but left nuts: manner, purchasing as they always pants, but THERE IS A LIST! ;I I'I

g, days this week in Plant City four and a half years ago. Choose land you know will have and not hoarding, our !
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry O'- stores would have sufficient
sugarto Recent Births
well filled
peanuts. AIR CORPS KA TEl' '
Carleton, of the Columbia Steen and family. Lt. Merrill C. Futch left Wednesday care for all ordinary needs ; ,
Supply store, is in New for Ft. McClellan near An- 30 Inches runner less peanuts and In rows But when millions of folks who Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cecil Waters, ,.

Uty on a buying trip for Mrs. E. S. Matthews left Sat niaton, Ala., where he was order- or 24 apart Inches SpanIsh -. have been buying only 5 pounds Lulu Feb. 13, girl.
peanuts o r less
urday' for Orlando, where she will ed to report for He at a time suddenly start storingup ,
re duty. was apart. Plant both kinds only far Mr. and Mrs, Charles Walter DOOT
spend a short while with her son- accompanied on the trip there by enough apart to permit cultiva with hundreds of pounds it IB Batten Thtiressa. Feb. 16. girl. ( l 1' ,
and Mrs. Jack Simmons in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Sistrunk. Mrs. Futch and tion. bound to play havoc with the Mr. and Mrs. Willis Thornton, '

nesville were visiting the i H. B. McLendon.Rev. young son, Charles Robert, will stock of wholesalers and retailersand Hellbronn Springs Feb. 18, boy.
parents Mr. and Mrs. N. remain here with Mr. and Mrs. C. less Space in drill runners and seven inches or force immediate rationing. Mr and Mrs. Cornelius Moore,

t, Sunday.in Fred Yerkes rector of the A. Futch for the time being.Dr. four inches or less Spanish In drill peanuts Plantat Ordinarily I don't get much Starke, Feb. 11, boy. I. i

Episcopal Church spent all last least two bushels 35: amusement out of other people's Mr and Mts. J. C. Sapp,
Connor, student at the week In Cincinnati, Ohio, wherehe O. L. Haynaa had as> his or poundsof misfortunes) but I did get a good Staike Feb. 12, boy '
shelled seed for
Fity of Florida, spent last was an instructor in an Episcopal office guest all day Tuesday his least three and one-half runners bushelsor and at laugh when a buxom lantern- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Duvden v>.1, '.1.F )

nd with his parents :Mr. Training School. old class-mate and room-mate, 60 of jawed dame dropped and spilled Starke. Feb. 14. boy I

rs. Leon Connor. Dr. R. Ramseur, of Tulsa Okla. the acre.pounds Spanish seed to a large bag of sugar after bragging Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Crosby, Used Barry !... Dat.? Ifa .- X' ,
Mrs. E. H. Klueppelberg, sen- They were together in the claps to a friend that the packageshe Starke. Feb. 17, boy. Has.' )..! .l.brattc tour halpitta
Tuesday W. T. Clute, ior in F. S. W. C.. will spend of 1913 in the old Southern Dental Plant soon after soil warms up had Just purchased made a Mr. and Mrs E. M. Parker, .f Kate'a ...... .*.. triumph* J
the week-end with her husband College Atlanta Ga. and to avoid poor yields and extensive total of 200 pounds she had secured choeolat ca*., walnut eookiai. ..tI.
rented to C. J. Monti tkey had Starke, Feb. 16, boy. with, .. Uat4 Baking Powder Try ,
Lake cottage of Mrs. county supervisor of the Farm not seen each other since that Insect damage. during the week. The Mr. and Mrs J. A, Addition, ._...*. AIM am* tat ... beokUUchockfeu :
tte Klncald. Security'Administration. date Dr. Ramseur and his wife Use hand-shelled seed If possible grocer told me afterward that Raiford, Feb 18, boy. .( racipaa .a4 lda.a lorbttr t I
...!. _... el co.,... A4draaas -
( p
bad been if machine-Shelled! there were only three in her family -
visiting the latter's relatives ; seed are mfaf4 ...,..; Powder B.s .
R G. Kldd and son RlchI T. F. Hardy, travelling sales- in Daytona Beach and used treat them with Semesan.If and that she ordinarily would Methodist Church X. ....,...*. ...... ....... i iICDGIQI
visiting other Florida, cities, land has produced "pops" be- have purchased about 0 pounds a
have to Columbus, man, and his wife from Boston
fore, 200 of week. Personally, I don't wish 'I '
be with Lt. Kldd, who Is Mass., are making their home for pounds land Services at the church next I( dCIaICD :; :
For the plaster acre under the the old gal any bad luck but Icouldn't
past three months Mrs. per peanuts
ed at Fort Bennlng. awhile at the home of Mr. and Sunday will ,be as follow:
Mrs.' R.'J. Davis on Church street. I. B. Pollet. Jr., her sister, Miss at planting or atop the feel very sorry for her Church School 10 A. M.: c e r t a i n I y if. I
Emmalyne :Morgan and Miss plants at pegging-down time.If If she developed a swell case of ,
Morning 11 o'clock.
R. J. Davis, Mrs. T. F. diabetes or woke up some morn Worship 1/ I ,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lee in have returned Irene Hazen, youthful NYA em- you use commercial fertilizer, Next Sunday Is Laymen' Day / "
,Tommie Mrs. T. B. Harding and from a trip to New York ployes, have been helping out in apply 300 to 400 pounds of 2-10-4 ing to find that a flock of ants and the laymen will be In chargeof dI I ,

In Jacksonville.Harding,, spentiy City where they went to attend the offices of the Farm Security per acre. had settled down in her sugar the Worship Service. A visiting I ,

the funeral of Mrs. Lecin's Administration in the City Hall, Buy peanut seed now and have barrel. layman will be the speakerfor
mother Mrs. Anna Brooks :Ze- under the direction of E. H. time for shelling them. (They Other folks have gone Just the morning service. 1 ,
ate James Peterson: ,.. from Klueppelberg, County cost later about as haywire over the tire tkuITt
vin. Supervisor. may more on, too), The Youth Fellowship meetingswill )
Field. Tampa spent Sun-
situation. I know one SMART be at 7:00: P. M. ,

Ith rank his C. parents Peterson., Mr. and This means that an average of Huge Meat Supply Builds New CorralJoseph of guy tires who has a perfectly good set The Evening Worship will be I "
on a practically new car
at 8:00: o'clock.Subject .
20 persons each day have taken Needed For II l'I" '
who went all
H. Arnold had to havea galloping over town for the evening message I I
Ellen I
s Dorothy Steel of books from the library, and does and t ta'
fine place to house his fine bought two additional sets of will be: "The More Excellent ,
vllle spent last'; 'week-end not include the many who have Is responsible for the horses-so-taking a tip from second hand rebuilts or retreadsand ,

it. and Mrs W. JMundy read or consulted books in the li heaviest demand ever made on Gene Autrey, he decided not to has stored them In his gar- Way. ,'f.1 \ /,
Ir. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp.. brary. American farmers for and Prayer service Wed. 8:00: P. M.
pork build an old-fashioned stable, but age. The set on his car are good I i i"I
A cordial welcome to all.
beef and Florida has been assigned to build a corral. He recently for a year or so of ordinary driv-
G C. Irwin and Miss. Jeanof Mrs. Charlie JonesL who has her share Jn satisfying this,demand completed just to' the north of ing and the tires could then be '. '
Philadelphia, Pa., andC. spent the :past sbt 'weefts' herewith 'Walter J. Sheely, Extension ; Blending Center' 'n ear Weller retreaded' and 'be good for an F. S. A. To Help J 1 'tit'' :

Irwin, Jr:, of .Ft. MonN. her son-in-law and daugh- animal husbandman, says. street a corral where he keeps. his additional 8 or 10 months. But Farmers Produce And We AlSo Save You 'j' I" ,t J
J., are spending a ter, Mr ,and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Florida's 1942 production goal two riding horses. still he wants to''do his part to
with Mrs. Irwin's motherlia will leave today to,visit relatives' help out the Money By Giving Good ,-I' f 1
t for pork Is 79,013,000 pounds. To And; by the way, speaking of shortage by grab- According to Edgar H. Kluep-
Mojiassa. \: \ in Tampa.' achieve this goal. Mr. Sheely suggests : his new' Palimono. perhaps it Is bing off two sets of tires, which pelberg, county supervisor the Leather and Quick Ser- ,

F J that farmers save every pig ; not generally known that that some other poor gay might really Farm Security Administration has vice. .
farrowed in the spring and raise famous animal was owned by need, and sticking them away In been designated by the Department '

NAT SEZ: an average of six pigs per litter, Barbara Hut ton-heir to the his garage. Wouldn't it be awfully o f Agriculture t o assist = 4 j ,
keep pigs free of parasites on Woolworth millions for which funny If he were to find a farmers with small acreage to &fi',I '

worked hard all life grazing and fattening crops keep she paid $1,000 and paid $400 to year or so from now that the participate in the Food for Free- AH Week Guaranteed : ,
Always my sows in healthy condition 0 n have him transported from California I tires were rotten T But right now dom program. \

rp thinking some day I might be able grazing crops and be sure they to her corral In Waterboro, he's having a swell time pattin' Due to decreased transportation Electric Shoe Shop r !
t to quit and take life easy. Talked have access to mineral mixture S. C. Two months ago Mr. himself on the back and braggln "
facilities, shortage of tin for
i It over with several fellow who and grain supplements accordingto Arnold had George Sapp bring to his friends that he's not goln'to \
their size, provide oat fieldsor him here. get caught short-no sir-not ---- ,
have retired from active :
other places that have been The other horse is no doubt him-he's too SMART!

and they say that It ain't cultivated for farrowing, keep just as famous, being a Floridacow Seems that just about all you INSURANCE A N D BON D S /
what It's cracked up to be. Since sows and pigs away from old pony formerly owned by At- have to do In this fool country Islet ,

I haven't got enough to retire on water holes, wallows, and old torney Marcus F. Brown. it be noised around that we l
loU. and give them ample clean are running short of somethingand
I'll take their advice and
I think
water and mineral mixture. Kingsley Lake Baptist then just about everybodyand HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY '
keep on working. A litter of weaned pigs will hog his brother will go hog wild ; ;
in effort to beat the other ,
Regular services will be held at
off two acres of oats planted In
JUNIOR October; and there should be a the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church fellow to the counter.It .
BIGGEST LINEIN patch of cattail millet Sudan Sunday Feb. 22. Sunday Schoolat might be a smart Idea to Constant Service Over 50 Years ". ,;. :

grass or soybeans for them when 9:45 A. M.; preaching services run some advertisements advis- ,: \ '

they are not In the oat field. by the pastor the Rev. H. M.Tlllmaa. ing folks that Florida citrus Is Please Phone 146 StarkeThumbs "t : '
TOWN Pigs should weigh from 90 to 100 at 11 o'clock A. M. Sun getting mighty scarce and It I '> ;

pounds when taken off oats and day School is now held regularly might be a good plan to buy It ,1''.," .,'
FASHIONS millet In the summer and turned : every Sunday at 9:43: : A. M. by the box rather than by the ,'.

NEW SPRING on to corn and peanuts, and they
should gain about 100 pounds d"\\ '

FROCKS each on the latter two crops) and

0 be ready for the September mar- '.

ket.All -
unbrays_. pigs should be Immunized
against cholera by the time they "

Shan tangs are six to eight weeks of age. Up :-
Florida's 1942 beef production

Seersuckers goal cattle and calves is 236,000 .

head, and this calls for an In-
crease In slaughter stock but not) "
Sizes 9,15 In herd enlargement. To meet
this demand the Extension worker :
16-20( made the following recommendations isc:1:

38-52 to cattlemen: with LIGHT r
; Send Inferior cows and heifers //L;
and thus
to market, improve your .,.
undesirable breed- .
herd by culling
Priced At ;, ing animals and selling them at .
2.98 a good price. 41 I
$3.95 $4.95 I
Keep herd numbers In balance t, t'e ," t )
\ with feed and pasture supplies.
$5.95UNI.SLIPS ;'1.
Give extra feed to weak cows; .
treat all screwworm cases promptly Everyone feeb happier sad'! -e.- ; : :

- provide minerals and bone fal os bright. maJOmj,.....mM sm.depressed ;:\\.1 ,
meal for cattle cut briers and on doll .JUOMdbys, to ,' I-
weeds In the pasture, feed bullsto "/ '
keep them in good condition Ji, 'w,, Light It cheering.TWs why Wre. g..*'. I,"

I select promising heifer calves for "t, Idea to keep ear ttotmtm will %Med b> k";, '

replacement and send all others to w. }v daMe wsr-filled d jr-of worry.d sinfe*. I

TEA POLKA PLAYER/ market along with cull cows and r 'r .. Plenty of good gWein BgU help the ,; ,I,:
ROSE &: WHITE steers, and pay off debts while whole family to fed happfar. apjcr : Ii ,

BRASSIERE prices are good.Building keep then In better>> ..... '' ,'\ .
AND larajroa
Perfect tot Spring-Z-piecer
See jour dealer {twirr for ....... ...... I.' I Icorrect I
and silk noil. Fitted
PLAIN TOPS Permits wattage lisp b.....Saw. sMrve*. ) ,

Jacket dcrachible vettee. protect '-ItII-with .....- IfcI6Is. i '' : '
9 addi- ;
collar. B-I-G don on Brown Vincent St. John .
Sizes 32 to 52 tion to present building, 18x30 !
Greta,or Blue. 9-1!}. feet of concrete blocks to be :

$1.49 & $1.79 used as storage room. Obe }Hall 1 1'60R1M .. ... LfMMNf. :. ,

$495STERNBERG'S for the Randolphs, of Miami ,
- $3.800: for a one-story building. 40 -- J
x6O feet of llmerock: this. build- .tan ii iiriiMi limit ,1 J
": .=::z.: =-==::
to house three stores on Cat aaausft:. hr arMM*"*** nrr'liMTii a IHaa> "a j '
Ing ___ _______....._r.wrr
I II street between the Starke Hotel __r"r.r_____ .......... I '

and the Edenfield Jewelrypermit -

secured Feb. 17 i



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\ff : RISINGBy SAMPSON CITY of Mr. and Mm. C. C. Crosby and
\ Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly. I FARMERSW.
Mrs. JamoH Norman By Mrs J. E. Jones
Fred Haislop was attending to

::7 ; 4WEEKLY: NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne Mrs. Bishop Thomas and son, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas of, business In Gainesville Monday.
J. Blue came to Starke in It. I wish I could getTTTi
Wildwood and Mra.: R. A. Thomasof
t JI Wayne, of Brooker were visitingMr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oliver
November 1940 from Periy. where that work J
visited Mrs S. E. Jones around here
, and Mrs Harry Lewis re Starke of Jacksonville were dinner guestsof
; Reveals Damage to Jap Isles this week. for more than 20 years he had Mr. Blue said he
Navy ; cently.Mr.. one day Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby lacked 00.
,. t been engaged In the hog-raisins ten days of
'f and Mrs. James Norman Mr. and Mrs. Buford McKinney Sunday.Mr. working tilth
buslnew., He had around 1,000 months at
J;, '\ Senate Again Acts on Price Control; were recently visiting Mrs. Nor havo moved to Starke. and Mrs. J. N, Kelly and hogs on "free range" of 10,000 Camp Blanding post exchange He Wort

If,:, man's parents, Mr. and Mrs M. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp are the Miss Mary Ella Ward attended acres. ployed last was W'l

r LaGuardia Quits, Landis OCD Head; J. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. T, D. happy parents of a ninepoundboy church services at Pine 1 Level Mr. Blue was in the business petted to start Saturday, bUt I
'h( Proctor all of Lake Butler. born February '12. construction
for Howard Brown to Jacksonville Sunday. 11 years the first time, and hog out there early this week| ,
Normandie Creates Problem Navy Normanand goes
: Mr.\. and Mrs James day to take lessons in Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop, thieves were so bad that he got -
hl. mother and nelce were every Mrs. Inez Kelly and :Mr and J. G.
II'' for defense work. out of the business and moved 15 Sapp liven with his

1 j,, "I EDITOR'a NOTE-Wk.. .>lnl." arc ..'r..... .. .*... ..I..n.! ...., vteltlng Mr. and Mrs. Earnle Norman welding Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Loweryand Mrs Alton Dobbs were visiting miles away in order to "have a J. S. Sapp about 3 1-2 tabs
i !4"j! ar. lb... .l ,". ............!,>., end ..! .......r'lf. .! Ibis' ..wspMMin.i. *.> and family of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Mabra of Jacksonville relatives at the State Farm Sun- clear conscience." When pressedfor northwest of Lawtey. They?
by western Newspaper Union.) Sunday. afternoon.Mr lit
: visited Mrs. Joule Hall day an explanation of what he 70 acres of land In all, ,40

The amendment had been tacked I Tommie Barnes and Miss Dot Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby are means by having: a clear conscience which they cultivate, Mr,
: onto a bill passed which provided Barnes were visiting In Lake But- S. E. Jones and her son the proud parents of a baby he made it clear that he said Saturday. They are 8/1;

g r> On laps $100,009.000 for the purchase of gar ler Saturday afternoon. Duggar Jones, attended the funeral daughter born Tuesday Feb. 17. didn't want to kill anyobdy. and Ing to rent. In addition, 35 etp

After two week of censorship the masks, auxiliary fire-fighting equipment The Rising pecan farm has of Mra. M. E. Murrhee at that if he stayed around there he nearby from Dan Rosier

p ''t Pacific fleet command allowed newsmen and other Protective goods to been cultivated and surely looks Graham Sunday. BOOTSEY'S BEACHBy I would most likely have murderedsome they will also cultivate 1Ibk.

to disclose the amount of dam- be used in the protection of the Mrs Joule Hall and Miss Mamie Miss Effie Crawford hog thieves makes a total of 75: acres

tt( ige inflicted by the U., S."navy In population against air raids. nice.This section has some pretty Hall are visiting relatives in Pa- Hence, two years ago he sold they plan to cultivate 'hI. JItr

t their spectacular attack on the Japanese The senate had been expected to strawberries and the fanners are latka. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Uasklns out his business for $2,000. "You They now have nothing", '

J'' ,,.y, Marshall and Gilbert island go along with the house in its effort busy mulching: them.BOATDRAIN. Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown of are receiving congratulations on can tell about how many I had lag'except strawberries, Mr CI'OI

e These report indicated that with Tampa were visiting here recently the arrival of a baby girl born left, by my selling out at such a said, and it has been so wet

i the lots. of only 11 U. S. aircraft, Sunday, February 15. mall figure." Thieves stole at so cold that they look baa 1\

i 4 (l plus a minor bomb bit on one cruller Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin Mrs. S. E. Jones recently visited Mrs. IA M. Murrhee has been least $1,500 worth of hogs from will have quite an extensive to

( l and with a small loss of life units a H7rI By her uncle and aunt, Mr. and spending sometime in Tampa him, he said. farm, from all accounts 8

., tf the American fleet accomplished John Prevatt Is visiting his Mrs.. H. D. Wasdln, and another visiting the bedside of her daughter "I'd rather raise stock than do I of string beans. 4 acres of rw,

t (he following: I 4'rk daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and uncle, Tom Wasdln at Graham. Julia, who la seriously 111. anything else I know of." he hooka (lima beans), 10 acres
+ Destroyed four military air bases.Destroyed t Mrs. George Kelsey of Oviedo Tom la 92 years of age, Hiram Is Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns and said. "I 'punched' cattle from the sweet corn, and about 20
two military villages. 85 and Ellen Is 80. All are very Live Oak of peas.
mIII this week. family of were visitingMr. time I was big enough to ride a..

Destroyed Sank at least four 18 Jap radio ships stations., including Mrs. Dan Boree and son Harold well except Ellen (Mrs. Wasdln). and Mrs. G. B. Johns Sunday horse till I was 23 years of age.I In addition, they plan to plat l
p She Is 111 and baa been con- field corn
very afternoon. peanuts,
modern cruiser, two subma- of Jacksonville and Miss Dor- sold poor hogs at 13c a pound vehJ
a Lake i fined to bed for the last four Mrs. Louie Murrhee and family beans. The Sapps have
rines and a 17,000-ton liner. othy Griffla of Klngsley during World War I, and I went liar
Damaged at least eight other Jep were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. months. of Jacksonville are spending a for three years one time when I horses a few cattle and pus
f ship Grifflu Saturday. Mrs. Powell of Lake Butler while here with Mr. and Mrs. L. couldn't sell a hog-no demandfor and about 75 chickens. Mr. gq
the week-end with her has one brother
ppent M. Murrhee. married
In addition to an undetermined Mia Margaret Griffis Is visIt- them. wet
daughter, Mrs. Jim McCulley.LA.WTEY I at home with him
Rev. B. H. Rawls of High are his fattJ
I the ground, this ,
number destroyed on Jacksonville
/ ing relatives in : could clean up here around ,
and mother two
h 11 the Japs lost 38 aircraft, including week. Springs, Rev. Hermon Moody of I sisters and flint
and bomber LaCrosse, and Rev. Norman Ash- Camp Blanding In the hog business brothers. One slater and t1I
Bghter Mr.. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt if I could just get back into 1 brothers are In school
Described as almost perfect timIng In this By JuMnltA riillllpn bell of Trenton all held services at LaWIIJ
relatives sec-
' ; and executed with speed and s were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.

daring the raid was the first big answer tion last Monday. of Keeffee Harrell of Palatka la N. Crawford Sunday afternoon. Lawley Methodist easement deed-SRD No. 78, ml
Mrs. Lee and
E. E. family
to the often asked question, spending a ten-day vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish of ject 5521: State Road No. aJ
and Mrs.
te r "Where i* the fleet?" 4 Bethel were visiting Mr. his parents, Mr. and Mra J. I.. Water Oak were visiting friends Sunday School 10:30: A. M., Feb. 7; I* Q. Powell and MarJ!

Ralph Galney last Sunday. Harrell. His many friends here and relatives here Sunday after- Powell, his wife SuttJ
M. to
Mm. Minnie Johns of Hamptonwas Morning Worship 11:30: A. the
CONSUMERS: .JAMES H. LANDIS ,. will be Interested to know that noon. Florida-outfall ditch eaaemel
visiting her son and daugherlnlaw Evening Worship 8 P. M. Wed, !:
Succeeding List Flower when he returns to work, he will deed SRD No. 79. Kal
Face Living Costs : Mr. and Mrs. L. G. nesday evening Lenten Services project
be stationed In Jacksonville. Mr.
GRAHAMBy State Road No. 261 7Eil
a It was apparent that the price to weed the "frills and furbelows"out Johns, last Sunday. Harrell Is employed by the American 8 P. M. Rev. Herbert Hazzard win Southers Feb. Griftl;

ir 4, control bill, which had prevented inflation of the program. Willie Green, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bakeries. Mm. K. Strickland pastor. and to Lindsay !
Seifator' Byrd, Virginia, keynoted Sasfter and Mrs. Mary Brown wife Ruby Griff, Feb. T.
,1 of certain farm price, was The First-Aid class Is progres- Mr. and Mra. George O'Neal
be to that this move by demanding that the were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wil- -
szkt going to subject change sing nicely. This is the second and Mrs. Dan Johnson of Jack Deeds FiledL. MANUSCRIPT COvlat9
OCD send his committee lilt of Brown of Hellbronn last Sun- -p
I might bring a big rise In the cost of a mot !
} week the classes have been in session sonville and Georgia visited Mr. .
some Item all OCD employees getting over day afternoon. under the capable directionof and Mrs. R. M. Johnson Friday. C. Powell, single, to the per 100 BRADFORD vom
The senate agriculture committeehad $3,000 a :year, and outlining their Miss Nellie Mae Aldrich of PineLevel Prof. I. B. State of Florida-outfall: ditch TELEGRAPH.
Cody. Mrs. Onie Smith of Windermere
unanimously approved a bill specific duUea.LUZON wan visiting Miss Opal Mor- Mrs. R. A. Grlffis spent Tuesday __..,. ._, ._
rell last Monday night. arrived Sunday for a visit of sev- o.L ""'- _L_'_ ._ v.._ "" w .....
: afternoon in Jacksonville. eral days with her parents,. Mr.
Tobe Brown has returned home
163 Planes after three months in Among the many Improvements and.MrsJ A. Graves I
spending Prompt Service Careful Driven
LouisIana. taking place, the home of Mra.Qffle Mr. and Mrs!, Leon Wynn an-

Continued efforts by the Japaneseto Miner la outstanding. Mra. nounce the birth of a baby girlon

land on Bataan had been turned Miner- has had- a new and modern February 7th In St. Luke's

back by General MacArthur's highly TIIERESSABy entrance built at the front to replace Hospital, Jacksonville. Starke Taxi ServiceLocally I

mobile artillery forces In the gen 1U.... II. D. May the porch. The south porch Mrs. Willie Mae HIggs and

eral's "last ditch" fight to keep the baa been screened with a private children of Axson, Ga., attendedthe

American flag flying over the Philippines James Brantley, 'one of UncleSam's entrance to It. The whole interior funeral of Mrs. Higgs mother, Owned and Opeated
who Is stationed at
boys of the howe has been re- Mrs Lizzie Murrhee, Sunday
The anti-aircraft fire of MacAr- Fort Bennlng, Ga., visited friends plastered. Miss Alta Smith left Saturday Phone 150
thur's men had continued good the and relatives here over the week- William
Friends of Private for training In the Orange General -
2 434Y bag of seven planes in ,one day end.Mr. Harrell will Interested' to know Hospital In Orlando.
comparing favorably with other and Mrs. C. Sullivan Miss stationed at Ft. Day Night
that he Is now Mrs. Richard Rosto left Sundayfor
front where the United Nations had Marjorie Hall and M. Bennett
34Y Banning, Ga. her home In Mississippi. Mr.
many more serviceable aircraft were visitors In Starke Friday Sydney Shuford,.son of Mr. and losto has been stationed at Camp

1 ( than did the defenders of Luzon. afternoon. Mrs. John Shuford, leaves Tues- Blandl g.
., (1t S rifj Captured prisoners and other Jamee W. Moore of Valdosta, day for the'Army..At'present, he

", method.that of gaining five Japanese information divisions revealed Ga.last, Monday.was) visiting: Miss Ida Hagan Is employed Starke. at the Florida Bankat BETHEL The World's News Seen Through

."' had been identified Mrs. W. C. Rhoden and Miss By Mra. D. D. Woodard
!:itt ) as taking partIn Mr. and Mrs. O.' J. Phillips an- THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
\; << Pearl Rhoden of Starke
f'; the battle, which would bring the were
nounce the birth of a son on Saturday Albert Gllsson and Earnest Al- AH lnttrntioH l Daily
!j'f. estimated strength of the Japs actually visiting friends anc. relatives here
Feb. 14. at St. Vincent'aHospital
j len of this section recently visited .
on the front battle-line at close last Friday u Truthful-Constructive-Unhiasact-i Free) from Sense tional.isna
to 100,000 men. Mrs. Tom Brown of Hampton In Jacksonville. their aunt and uncle, :Mr. and -Editorials Ar. Timely and Instructive and It* Daily

( Other divisions were on the Island spent the day Wednesday with Mrs. Johnnie Allen, at Jasper. Feature. Together with the) Weekly Magazine Section, Make
SUNNY BROOK FARM Mrs. JimmIe Woodard and th. Monitor an Ideal Newspaper far the Home
: her sister Mrs. L. Sullivan
keeping communications open, andit A.
,Making tua turpluiii.. -----------------------------------------------
h had been reported that reinforcement who Is very ill. By Miss ArsuU Crosby children and grandchildren were The Christian Science Publishing) Society
which sought to prevent Secretary for the Japs were constantly Mr. and Mrs.' W. H. Hall and week-end guest of relatives at On., Norway Street Boston Massachusetts

;A' Y of Agriculture Wiekard from using arriving, thus steadily increasingthe children were shopping in Hampton Mrs. W. C. Ward. Fred Haislop. Jasper. Price $12.00 Yearly, or $1.00 a Month.
surpluses to keep certain price Miss Doris Crosby and Miss Mlsa Lois Newsom a n pressure on the American-Fili i Saturday evening.Mr. Saturday: Issue, including: Magasine Section '2.60. Year.
'c down. pino army. and Mra Dan Raley and Myrtle Dobbe spent the weekendIn mother were visiting im St. Au- Introductory Offer 6 Saturday Issues 29 Cents.

Passage of thlblU bad been predicted NORMANDIE chUdren visited relatives in Keystone Tampa with relatives. gustine Sunday. Name.._______-______________________________________________
and it would prevent Wick- : Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly madea D. D. Woodaid was visiting his

tfj' } ard from taking action with surpluses $80,000,000 Job Miss Ida Hazen was shopping business trip to Lake Butlet daughter. Mrs. Evle Johnson and Address...___________________________________________ ____
i1' unless the price of wheat, cot In Starke Friday morning. Saturday. granddaughter, Miss Alberta SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST
ton and corn bad reached 10 per Whether carelessness, sabotage or Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly of Woodard in Gainesville last

cent above parity.It Fate was responsible, the 83.000-ton Pine' Lever Were week-end guests .week-end.
had been the President's plan Normandie former luxuvy liner and NEW RIVER

to hold! these price down to encourage now the naval auxiliary Lafayette, Jessie Lee Laaeoby

livestock production. The bill lay on her enormous beam-ends in
? sought to prevent this action. 40 feet of water and 12 feet of mud Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Sanders 'of

at her dock in New York, an S80.- Jacksonville and MVs. J. A. Sand-

OCD LANDIS : 000,000 salvage Job for the U. S. era of Mlddleburg were I dinner
navy. guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. W.
Result of Protest
Mann, Sunday.
Twenty-two hundred men were at
The resignation of LaGuardia a* work inside of her changing her The Rev. Wm. Menshew was
5g head of OCD and the succession to
over from peacetime to wartime called to Graham Sunday to
4 ,, the high command of civilian defense uses when a welder's torch started) preach> the funeral of Mr M. E.

of James M. Landis, onetime a fire. Within minutes it was out of Murrhee.Mr. .
t) tt dean of Harvard law school and control and Mrs. Troy Andrews 4j"r.gz .

former head of the Securities and and children Scotty Joe, Richard,

Exchange commission had closely SINGAPORE: and Martha Ann and Mrs. Susie

h followed nation-wide criticism of Andrews- of'Morriatoniwere t Sunday -
"boondoggling" in the organization. WaterPincersA guests of :Mr; and Mrs. Floyd

Focal point of the objection to new tactic In warfare, the"waterpincers" Wiggins and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph -
the OCD management had been 1'
movement utilized And rewa.
r rather centered on the division beaded by the Japanese in Malaya, bad The Genus music class Is pro- : rL

M by Mr*. Eleanor Roosevelt than brought Singapore to her knees, gre; alng nicely. Those who are

on LaGuardia's civilian defense activities spreading gloom in Britain, and taking piano are beginning to :

but the resignation of the making the defense of the East Indies play by chorda.
"Little Flower" had long been expected a nearly superhuman
job. ReV. W. M. Johns of Ft. Ben-
General Yamashita commanderof ning visited his parents. Mr. and
fi LaGuardia was supposed to have the Jap force in Malaya had Mrs. Lester Johns over the
plenty to do organizing the defense won the Order of the Golden Kite i week-end.

of New York city let alone saddling and the Order of the Rising Sun for' Sixteen men registered for

himself with the problem of an entire his success In driving the defender Army service at New River

nation. out of Malaya, for smashing into School Monday.

He announced that he would de- the island of Singapore, first time in Ben Renfroe recently returned
vote his full time to these problem history that the historic .
port had from a trip to South Florida, i
in the future. been tested in battle. where he and his two sisters, Mrs I
Criticism, a* Landis took charge: The long, narrow peninsula of Mary Thomas of Hampton and I (I
of OCD continued chiefly leveled at
Malaya, difficult terrain, had appar- Mrs. Florence Yarbrough of Ral-',,
the health
entertainment and
presented enormous invasion ford, joined another sister, Mrs. :
uplift activities of the
organization problems The Jap had solved Dellah
Townsend of LaBelle. They'
; 1 It bad crystallized into the
adoption these
I by using small boat, ''
many visited relatives in various towns
by the house of
an amendment
specifically of them commandeered
or captured, and cities during their three i
forbidding the pending of and sending (mall, well-armed and weeks visit. :

government fund for "fan-dancing, highly mobile detachments, first Lucian ''
Thomas of Ft. Myers
street shows theatrical prformances down the
t.r coast then down the and a friend :MI"". Tom Paxton of .
or other public entertainment In 'the west, making landings by night, and Jacksonville I
enjoyed the last
program of civilian defense. infiltrating behind the defenders.
of hunting season with the for
Each time the British were able mer's brother-in-law. R. R. An-
to make a swift withdrawal, and to drews. '

;t )MISCELLANY: salvage their, main force, but each Mlsg Juanita Saunders of Jacksonville
time they lost '
ground, until they was a week-end guest of
: AU were finally driven back across the her brother-in-law and sister, Mr The keynote of today 'ts work. And where you find work, you
Washington: silk
processors: Johore
causeway onto the
were ordered within 48 hour to sell Island. Singapore and The Mrs.Rev M. W.C. Mann.C. Butler find a welcome for ice-cold Coca-Cola. In offices, factories' and
their entire stocks of was
: silk to the Literally
scores of
government, on penalty of having been taken out of each "bites"coastline had by Mrs.called Frances to preach the funeral of workshops the pause that ninth with 'Ice-cold Coca-Cola 'is a
Gordon of Ralford
them commandeered.
frank- this advance Japanese southward.technique At during the same their ford.at the Sapp Cemetery near Ral- little minute that's long enough for a big rest contributing to '

time thai Jap held tent'Mother large more work.and better work.
-tt',, American supply of scrap metal force to drive westward from tbirtotfof ', the Among those who hav" been on 5'
ilck n1 ttla
could be traced to extremely heavy the peninsula In an effort to cutoff week are Mrs.

shipment to Japan before the declaration the Burma road, but. more Important M. L. Johns and daughter\ Elolae. OTTltO UMOI AUTHORITY Of THI COCA-CO1A COMPANY *V

of war. to protect their own rear. baa Mrs.suffered Johns: had from flu an while Infected Eloise leg. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. You trust its qualityPAW

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i7On lite hm.inine Side' I II 'Ballerina'Delights the Dress Young- "C : .. I .

Ai a compromise here Is an evening :

dress that looks festive but not

Ribbed Jacket too formal. It Is a new type of L

frock-the ballerina dress which

SUCCESSFUL FSll1ON has the recently fashion made picture.As its. appearancein : -L:!

name implies, this new
ii I frock is full-skirted and ankle. -

PARENTHOOD length. It really is a forerunner of

the short-length! evening! dress

Ifi Young, pretty and so new Is this

_____ PATRICIA DOW dainty dress. The prettiest of materials .
go into its making. Lovely

IIII- By MRS. CATHERINE CONRAD EDWABD9.Associate prints ;yield beautifully to the bal

lerina silhouette. Perhaps most
-I Editor. Parts* Maiariae charming of all 'are the ballerina

C dresses made of lace. The bodices I o!

ENTERTAINING SERVICE MfcN ''I that top the ballerina skirts are purposely

irt; 1V -' styled with the utmost simplicity '

uch indiscriminate! enter. taste that I'm sure the superior I have short sleeves, fit snug -

of service men Ihould be code of their generation will enable & ly and add to their lure with deep- ,

famUiei in which there are them to combine friendlinessand 4t--\ cut square or heart-shaped neck- -

daughters is a problem generosity with Judgment and lines.A .
are faced with. And discrimination. I
well admit from the The second safeguard Is the gen. most significant sidelight on the -

fat ht it as i Is a problem. For no erally high type of ;young men who ,-' -' ballerina vogue is that the junior 'Ir" 4

low one's patriotism makes make up our armed forces. Any. and teen-age girls are se fascinated

ht to throw open the doors one who has seen them on trains or p ;- :- with the idea they are adoptingthe ....

stranger In uniform. the served them at canteens or en- i fashion lor daytime dresses of ." .... .. '
mains i that young girls are countered them in places of amusement gay chintz and crisp cottons. .:J .,
load Judges of charac- is bound to be impressed with ".. t"tT'.1\
ays with wartime emotions at their courtesy and quiet rather serious .,' ; H
become behavior. There's 1fi / :; 1 'J \.
Bed they frequently none of the ,,:,.t: .... .._, _........
id in romantic entanglements hijinks of the last war when the

fcave little basis for lasting uniform went to many a ;young 1 i &' The Truth of It Is This Cherry Torten Is Good!
man's head! These boys know they if .
vss. -1 n (See Recipes Below)
Ie other hand since ours IsIan have a job to do and they are go. -'- --- .-' r'd14
army and this is a deBy Ing about it with manly directness.
__ } IdeasIt
it isn't in keeping to pick There are. of course always a -' Washington Day Thin Week's. Menu

ftose the boys you will enter. few "wolves" and show-offs in any HEALTHARTIE -
it everyone asked for social large group though girls today are took Washington to make the Meat Balls Buttered Noodles '

als many boys who lackedges pretty quick at spotting them and .i._ M1OOVCRN cherry famous by telling the truth Creamed Spinach With
in civilian life would be few are silly enough to fall for their about cutting down that famous tree. Garnish "
of eligibles., Andre line. If, however your daughter's << I r make Egg
( the list If you're headed resort-ward i but it takes only a sampling to Banana MuMns Butter
Just the boys who are inexperience or lack of self-disci Tj9TrNirTrI[ ] L. need of friendliness. It is pline cause you to doubt her judg- plenty of lightweight sports things Lettuce With French Dressing '\\0' '

remember too. that the con- ment by all means make it your should be In ;your trunks. Here Is Lack of Exercise Causes luscious red-ripe berry. Cherry Torten ... I

In they are making in win- business to know something about one of the new loafer coats (the Stiffness If ;you're sensitive to color. and Coffee Tea Milk iF""
great as the character of the In most of ';you are, I am sure, then
fee war is just as ;young men ( name reveals Its purpose) to wear Recipes Given.

ft the engaging fellow who the service or on the campus!) when ;you loll around on the veranda Whenever you start to rise after you can make the ,
tell In his uniform and has a who continue to show an interest or beaches or wherever the spirit sitting still for an hour or so, do most of the possibilities j
Hucatlonal background. In her after their first meeting.It all your muscles feel stiff and which the 'i dry ingredients. Beat in thoroughly'
Ie is one credential. however. would help. too. if In your entertaining moves ;you. These jackets are madeof lame? Do you move awkwardlyfrom cherry offers/' for and fold in flavoring and stiMy beat-1

I you can legitimately de- you emphasize comrade. cordurella a feminine version of your chair and make a remark pepping up winter I/ en egg whites. Melt butter In heavy: 1

[ That Is the thoroughly demo ship. Have as many guests at a cordurex the popular velvetyribbedmen's something like: "Guess I mealtime 1 skillet and add brown sugar. Over ,

one of good conduct. A time as your house will accommo wear fabric. If you are a must be getting old?" Unfortunately With this spread cherries, then pour over

[man who takes advantage ofts date. Try to keep the atmosphereless husband-and-wUe combination, his -and quite unnecessarily-this appetites cake batter. Bake 30 to 40 minutesIn \
friendliness to make In. thoughtlessly romantic than it windbreaker and slacks should be experience is all too familiar with riding high but s" a moderate (350-degree) oven. :

6 love to her certainly doesn't was hi World War I. Then if a made of the finest lightest cordurex those who have passed forty. Thereis opportunities for

ther J Invitations to :your girl didn't become engaged to a in order to interpret fashion at its no reason why anyone in normal decoration fairly If you ever have cherries leftover :"
.soldier before he went to France: health should not retain muscular low in these colder : you may thicken the Juice

there are two safeguards she wasn't doing her bit! smartest. elasticity and limberness well be- months, the with cornstarch mixed in water and

icb you should be able to de- Fortunately girls today are so yond; middle life because age has Washington birthday and its synonym heated to the boiling point.. This Is ,

khen strange :young men are busy helping win the war by doing CHURCH DIRECTORY OFSERVICES nothing to do with It. Lack of) exercise ; the cherry come to the rescue. especially good on rice or cottage

I In your home. The first lies well their many practical civilian not loss of youth Is the All of today's recipes have "Um- pudding or as a sauce over ice
r daughters trustworthiness. defense jobs that they'll have little principal reason why most men and
to time for FIRST BAPTISTHev. women stiff and old before urn" tacked onto them so make cream '
| girls today seem me so any genuine attach grow
ed of good sense and
wherein. Church School 11:4&: A. M. When the muscles are soft and with: spired combination. especially; In
named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Dropped Waist flabby the circulation sluggish and Cherry Torten. pie. You'll be enthusiastic) over this '
shall publish H. T. U. 7:00 P. M. respiration and elimination at 60 0 to U)
County Telegraph (Serves
frock oi one:
this Order In next tour weekly. Evening. Worship 8:Oft P. M. Pattern Ne. 8071-"The cent efficiency naturally the
Wednesday Worship 8:00: P. M. title for this per Torten Layer: reach Cherry Pie. '
I0. .ues. the future" Is an apt body is going to send out protestsin "
Witness my hand and official I clever junior model with Its long and general 1 cup sifted flour I recipe plain pastry
creaking joints a I.
seal at Starke Florida thin mh FIRST !HKTflODI I which !
dart fitted top *
day of January. 1942. Re*. U. C, Powell. Peeler button-closing feeling of lameness. Don't pass H teaspoon salt 4 cup sugar
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThommAs ISO N. Chares street' brings the waistline down to a new these signals off lightly If your 1 tablespoon sugar V* cup flour ,
Clerk, of said Court. 1-80 4t 2-20 Church Hrhool 10:00: A. M Jowl There Is figure flattering in doctor says there Is nothing organically !- V cup butter IVb cups canned tart red cherries. '"
Sunday" .hlfo:00 A. MYoungl the way this contrasting top section wrong stir your; lazy self. beaten 1 sliced peaches (canned) '1
iv: riitrviT "OlRT. BR.\DFORD People : P. M.Kvenlngr the slim torso-and the 1 egg yolk slightly cups
IN V1IA. I 00 P. M. emphasizes Take some mild exercise every day. almond extract '
( 0I NT V, FLOHIUAl : Combine flour salt and sugar. Cut Vi teaspoon -
CKHV.Annie Wednesday Worship 8:00: F. M. younger girls know itl! They also Get outdoors and walk. Join a club from canned cherries
J. OolnKn, Plaintiff. vs. Sam appreciate the youthful effect of this that offers some sort of recreation In butter with knives or pastry Yt cup Juice .

uel .Morrl.* doings Defendant.. Case "'T. MARK EPISCOPAL full gathered skirt and the tailored suitable to your physical ability. blender.L Add beaten egg yolk and 3 tablespoons, butter .: (

No. ORDER 1776. OP PUBLICATIONAND R.". Wed Y....... HrrtarSUB turn-down collar with the matching Muscular activity is the best possible mix thoroughly.. Press this mixture Drain fruit. 'Mix flour and sugar 'i'I' I

r o Slittt Msrv's Kitchen* NOTICE TO APPEAR Church School N. Charrh 10:00 Street!A.! M. cuffs. Make this frock in plain and means of warding off stagnation Into baking dish or pie tin. Cover and sprinkle Mi of the mixture In a

SSSSSS B>SSS>esSB BSSBn>SSB JBh STATE Doings OF FLORIDA residence to Unknown.: $amuelMorris Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. patterned wools-later in plain and and an early old age. with cherry topping and bake In a lined pastry tin. Add fruit and Cherry -. \

: You are required to appear on Sunday Evening 7:30 P. M. checked gingham or chambray. hot (429-degree) oven for 15 min Juice to which/ has been added
MART E. DAOUE.fcr March 2nd.. 1942 In the abova Friday Evening 7:30 P. M. Pattern No. 8071 Is designed for .'
utes., Reduce heat to moderate (350 the almond *tract. Sprinkle fruit
and Holy Days 10:00: A. M.
of Uiter Mary's Kitchen. wherein with
named Court cause sizes 11 to 19. Size 13 requires '
I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford degree) tot about 20 minutes.: with remafnlfllf flour-sugar m1xture.w
modern designing and In- short sleeves. 1 yards 39-Inch: ma.
County Telegraph shall publish I FIRST PRElBYTEDI'toNII. Serve hot or cold with whipped or Dot with butter., Make lattice tap 1.'
Ihave 3
been turned kitchen- this Order fn next four .weekly Cse. H. AlIce l-..torM8 terlal for waist portion % six '
fere are fewer mishaps forT I".u. : North Chrrr $t. 33-inch material for skirt collar and plain cream it desired. I for pie and flute edges. Bake in a .
( to mourn over than there Witness my hand and official Church School 10:00: A. M cuffs. Cherry Topping: hot (423-degrte: ) oven 10 minutes.,)

i the days before heat con- seal at 28th.Starke 1942.OFFICIAL ., Florida, this Jan Senior Sunday Crusades Worship 'II:00::00 P.A.M.M. 1 No. 2 can red, tart pitted cherries then In a moderate (3iiO-deareet

ovens and the like. Never. ( HEAL) A. J Thomas, Intermediate Youth 6:00: P. M. INCHSERMON Vi cup sugar oven 25 minutes. .

I there are bound to be minor As Clerk Hens of said, Atty.Court.for 1-30 PIt 4t 2-20 Evening Worship, 7.00: P. M.T. N.......,............................. 4 tablespoon cornstarch I Meat balls slim the budget sod '
I Chas. K.
Catastrophic most of us. -
.. 1 tablespoon butter still remain a good main dish for
ferns to that the most CATHOLIC
f\ accident me in every home U IV: CIRCTIT COURT, BRADFORD' R." .... OZ'F-DWARD'....". J. Murpbr.; Pastor Ad dress..,........................... I Drain Juice from cherries. Heat : dinners this sea
('OU"TY!' FLOKIDtt 1M C1IA.CERV. :%- ...... and
Ar Combine
ling dry of sauce pans in Trsspl to boiling point. sugar son. They're nutritious -

1 vegetables are cooking. Mary Irene. Holcomb., ; Plaintiff vs. Early :Msss I>>hl.9:00.: "nervier A.. M. ...................................... cornstarch. Add enough cold Water and flavorful -

pis happens, turn the con. Fred Holcomb Defendant.. Case No. Sunday Mass ':00 A. M. to make a smooth paste. Pour made with

It the cooking pan immediatea 177*ORDER. OF1 PUBLICATION- W.ek Day Mass 8:00 A. M. Name oi paper........................ REV. ROBERT H.; HARPER this gradually Into the boiling cherry egg, milk and '.

fresh sauc pan but don't AND NOTICE TO APPEAR : I juice and cook 5 minutes stirring bread and colorful .
liny consideration scrape the STATE OF. FLORIDA toFred. GOSPEL T4.BKRVACI.VI' Pattern No......... .1&0.........
I pan. Usually the burned Holcomb, Y. M. C. A.. West 20th III... and M... ... T. Qalc' Sponsor Jenul Appoint end T.oen.j lAe constantly. Remove from firs. ., with green
I of the Street, New York. New York. Sunday Service 7:80 P. M. end IS cent m vain. for TVwve.Lttton. add cherries and butter. peas riding In the'I
vegetable will stick You are required to appear on Friday Service 7:3D P. M. ...t> patum desired) to-
fan and the part In the fresh March 2nd, 1942. In b above lor February :U: Lulu ttIt This upside down cake Is as good rich brownish) red :

W be free from all taint. IfPry named Court and U8t.., wherein COUVTYJIID4.H Patricia, Dow Pattern .16. a. it looks because the cherries are ara.". .

of course the burned County plaIntiff: Telegraph seeks divorce shall Bradford publish IN THE COURT BHADFORD'OF TUB CO UNT V.FLOHIDO. ZOC W. 17th St., New York. N. '1". I ColJm Text: M* Aw 5:16. Interlaced with I .Meat Balls. I

fan be cut away but usually this) Order In next four weeklyissues. SV PISOW4'l'ENo.rIvG This Is the birthday of a man the delicious! caramel (Serves e)

things have gone this fare TO IMKIMTORft whom God certainly called into s mixture. 2 slices bread '
and official OF BEHNARD .
unburned Witness my hand IN RE InsTATE .
material will
leorched seal at Stacks, Florida, this 28th ..JACOBS deceased. IN CIRCITIT coi'RT, BRADFORD great service -George Washington k You'll be extra A cup milk i : :
I taste and must be In next four weekly Issues To all creditors and all personsaving COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN The lesson tells of men who wen clever for vary lbeatensgg ...
U you are''using an (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs claims or demands against CERY. called, ages before into great servo .
urn> Pan as soon as the vege- Clerk of said Court. 1-30 4t 2-20 aid estate: Etha K. Ward Plaintiff "". A. ice. After a night spent in prayer. ing the dessert 4! pound ground beef i I.
as been transferred to the Sidney C. Kaas Jacksonville Fla. You. and each of you are hereby Norman Ward Defendant.. Case No Jesus called twelve men to be bit 'alt'M course with thisIFrcicJt Vt cup ground perk '
to preHentany .
for Plf. and required .
fan put the burned one In a Atty. notified claim and demands. which 17(7. apostles. : newcomer to the Salt and pepper '*

Ij".0* cold water I don't IN CIRCUIT: COl'RT. BRADFORDCOIJNTV. you, or either of you may haveigainet ORDER) NOTICE OK PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR AU but Judas were men of Gall 'flhIr1U1! upside down cake 3 tablespoons chill sauce I
IV CIIA BernardJacobs ,
T of the pan to be CERY. FLORIDA the. estate late of of Bradford STATE: UP FLORIDA to. A. N..rardl lee. They had not been great men lluIl1t\\UNUt1 I \ family for' It's 1 small onion.grated ,

ftth water but Just the out. Carrie M. Lee Plaintiff vs. Fred C'ounty,, deceased Florida to the Hon K K. man who. residence- !. Un but under the tutelage of Jesus th*> vLL\1) bound to carry 2 cups strained tomatoes
pan to come in contact Defendant Case No. 1781. Bradford known. with the exception of thetraitts'
B. Lee o' attained,
Ferryman tYhlu'ftICt: of! first honors: t Worcestershire sauce
ater thefounty to appear' on teaspoon
This method makes OKDEII OF PUBLICATIONAND County at In You are required. unto the greatness of men
n i much easier to Wash A NOTICE TO APPEAR : Courthouse" In Starke. Bradford March 9th., 1942 In the above whom ,God could use. Should not Cherry Cpalde Down Cake. 1 cup peas cooked > -

de of enamel ware can not STATE Lee whose OF FLORIDA residence to Is: FredB un. County from Florida the date. within of the elahtmonths first named plaintiff Court neck and divorce cause.Bradford wherein this be the greatness to which every 2 eggs Soften bread In milk add e<*%:

atedthis[ way because the known. publication hereof. All claims and County Telegraph chat publish wise man should aspire? % cup sugar Mix meats and add seasonings salt.

s'ruin' ,change the of temperature March You are 2nd,required 1942. In to the appear above on demands and not In the presented manner within prescribed thetime thin Order In next four weekly l.- The book title, Training of the V cup boiling water pepper chill sauce and onion. Foam I

load Idea enameL named Court and cause, wherein herein shall be barred an provided sues.Witness. toyhand and official Twelv." suggests that the apostles 4 cup cake flour into balls. .roD in flour and brown
to cultivate the't Bradford learned .
givbg the 'plaintiff seek. divorce.shall publishthis by law. neat at Stark... Florida, this Feb needed training. They Vi teaspoon salt In hot fat. Add tomato and Worcestershire "
pan In which County Telegraph A. D. 1942. with Jesus. Many '
bles four weekly Dated February 4th. 1942 much from being H teaspoon baking powder simmer lorn -
are cooking a little Order In next Sarah Jacobs OFFICIAl. SEAL A. J Thomas.An would confess that be bas for sauce and.
Occasionally Be sure 'too ."witness hand and officIal! An Executrix at the Estate. of Bernard ( Clerk of said Court. 24t 2.21Knight a man much that some great teach. 1 teaspoon lemon or orsngs extract minutes. Add peas and cook untP '
my 2-27 gotten
2-6 4t
yoU Jacobs, ,deceased. A Knight "Starke' Florida
are cooking vegetables seal at Starke, Florida. ,this 29th Plf. er once taught him but he will never they heat through
Th.2i side such as Potatoes day of January HfclAL 1942.A. J Thomas. -r- Atty for _; forget what that teacher was to him Itt cups red pitted cherries .Banana Mnfflns.

been cut In halvei for (OFFICIAL said: Court.) 1-80 4t 2-20 iv CIRCUIT cotRT. BRADFORDcourr coi'RT. BRADFORD and is. Association with Jesus was Vi cup butter
Cooking As Clerk of IV CIIANDennls iv rmcriT (Makes 10 muffins)
re that the rounded O A. Stephens, Jacksonville, Fla. PI.OHI1JAI' COItNTYt' FLORIDA. IV CHAVCKRY. supplemented by seeing his gracious H cup brown sugar
II against the bottom of the Atty., for Plf. C EH V.Ellwood Hanley Plaintiff, works and bearing his teachings Beat yolks until thick; add sugar 2 tablespoons shortening <
Pan. Plaintiff va
log on IV ..IRCI'IT C'OIRT.' BH4.DFORDCOIIVTY. v'-;: Bonnie Jean Hanley, Defendant. Helen William Townsend Lowry Smyth Smyth, Defendant with new and then special teachingfor gradually. Continue beating and Vt cup sugar .), '

<"ern an electric range In FW>RIU." IC1IAV! Case No. 1795.ORDER Case No. 1794.ORDER the apostles add water. Mix well and add sifted % cup chopped banana .
manner with a small OF PUBLICATION PUBLICATION/ : their caD the apostles
t of water wflheY6ray. Plaintiff Audrey AND NOTICE TO APPEAR TO APPEAR egg
demands AND NOTICE
I than when closer Gray, DCfda Can J:: 1792. STATE OF FLORIDA. to Bonnie STATES OF FLORIDA to: HelenToivnsend heard the-Sermon onthe Mount In 1 cup vitamin-enriched wheat flakes)
a large amount Colorado /Street: of the kingdom of .
Jean Hanley 1015 110 Main Street which: the laws
r was ORDER OF PrHLICATJONAND Kmyth:: %! milk -
u.ed.rfeet :
cup 5lcupflour
< NOTICE TO Manhattan. kansas. Darby,, Pennsylvania.you God were given. The leSIon text Includes Lynn Bay*! '
saucelpavIeleach BTATB OF FLORIDA to: Audr..yGray Yo* are required to appear on are required to appear on the Beatitudes. Think of the
ell' own residence IS unknown. In the above March 2nd, 1942 In the above salt .
remedy. who. March 2nd % teaspoon .
too thick You are required to appear on named rtI and cause, herein named Court and cause, wherein blessedness they promise to those The cherry family Is I one with .. .
: sauce I. easily the above Bradford Bradford condition both by their 2Vt teaspoons baking powder
fit March and, 1942. In plaintiff seek divorce plaintiff leeks divorce. who are In branches. In addition lathe
by addIng more liquidin ,' named Court and cause wherein County Telegraph: shall publishtnis c ahall publish circumstance and their desire to many Blend shortening and sugar add
mean more s.'oafDa b. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Order In next four weekly is- this n&deor. In next four weekly Is- red. tart pitted cherries which
receive them. and beat
banana and egg
the "shall publish .. chopped
Telegraph "
extra County \1. and
sues. abundant in the summer
liquid : matriculate for are
aunt of increases thl .Order In next four weekly Is- hand and 'Clelal' Witness mjr hand and official Let us resolve to thoroughly. Stir In wheat flakes and '.
.auce. Witness my Florida, this February school of Jesus to learn which can easily be put up well
Htarke -
thin *".... at Htarke. Florida this February seal at life in the and add
saU .. can be thIckened'Ing Witness my band and official seal rnd. 1942. 2nd..' 1842. of him and become more' like Mm in cans there are two other typesof milk. 81ft dry Ingredients

more flour Stirred! to a seal at Btarke 154k. Florida this. .Jan- (OFFICIAL s. trLboutr.' J. ThomasAs f-7 (OFFICIAL Clerk of BEAM said Court.A_ 24t J. Thomas.A 221T. day by day.. And we shall also learnto cherries worthy of mention. to first mixture. Stir only untflflour
paste with cold water or OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J ThomasAN Clerk of Starke, Fla. Frank Landrum. Starke.. Fha. be present-day apostles of goodwill 1 white disappears. Fill greased muffin -
Add 221Nathan Frank Landrum. The first of these Is a
!just a little liquid at a Clerk of said Court. 2-' 4t T Plf.iv Alt- for Pit unto those about usIN tins until % full and bake la a
o the flour stirring vIgorous- Sch.'vlt Jacksonville, Fla. Att. -- type cherry commonly called moderately bot (400-degree) oven.

I. prevents the paste from Atty. for PIt. cormr. BRADFORD IV: "mCi'S'!' COTHT DRIDFORD CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Queen Anne. This lends Itself 30 minutes.
I. COUNTY.riRCiiT FXOH1DAI IV: CHAN-; eOl'VTV. FLOHIUAl IV CIIAVCKHY. : r 0."*TV. FLUHIMAl IN CIIAICKHV. well to salads and adds distinctive about
t too-reaay gravy fa taken KfcOJUUAl IV: CHANAUenRUoldman CF.RY.: 'Sommers 'Eberhart Plaintiff Maurice R Moore' Plaintiff vs. Eunice Fender Sillier, Plaintiff vs. flavor especially when usedin
by adding more flour. Since Gladys, v... Henry David Rberhart. Dc.fendant. Neuter Orambllnr Moor. DefenOF hubert Floyd' Miller Defendant.. comblaatlon with other fruits Wash spinach leaves carefully under
aturaUy thlckena the Plaintiff vs. MollyOoldman. Case No. 1772.OttOER dan ORDER OF l'U Llt'AT.ON running water being careful to
sauce .
Uquld Defendant Case No. 179ORDt:1t PUBLJCATIO-l- Rnl'R PUBLICATION AND NOTICE TO APFUAllBTATR such as pineapple. cranges,
eUme.must be added : OP PUBLICATIONA AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AND NOTICE TO APPEAR OF FLORIDA to: Robert grapefruit and bananas. A little remove all dirt. Boil without water
the lumpy .auee NOTICE TO APPEAR to HenryDavid STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hester i Miller whose residence Is until tender. Drain
de smooth by can STATE OF FLORIDA to. MollyOoldman. STATE OF FLORIDA ZOO Whlteforrd Irambllnir Moore whose residenceI Floyd unknown.You bit of the Queen Anne cheery goesa 5 to T minutes or
beating with Kberhart
bear a Kosclusko Street unknown. '. and chop fine. Make a medium thick
471 ,Avenue. N. K, Atlanta Ueorsjla.You are require to appear on long way.
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required to appear on bo enamed MO 2nd. 1(42. In The other type
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seeks dlverce shall publish this Order
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rE; 011' TO APPEAR a.al at Stark", Florida this, ..lan1'p'I3JlL seal 1942. flay of January 1)43.EAL. day OFFICIAL .u.A.. *. Thomas aplnch platter.
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J !II CHAPTER_ VII, i '" and Influence People. I tI

T> Bplte Leonard Borland's protestst .
his bank account is ample though

I tie contracting business in N.w York I. i//f// needed D. C. (NWNS-Both
; wife Dorisresumes /
i lead bis pretty. opera-struck" ( political parties have issued statements GOOD FRIENDS AND STEADY

her "career, Interrupted 01 two by It is Tjulte!; possible that this war that politics must be disregarded -
1 er thlldren.marriage Borland at 19 and knows the her avow.dNJ'JIOa. % may be won by the Junkmen who in the 1942 conre.slonal.lecUons. CUSTOMERSEarly

.. to bolster th. family Income collect old papers rags, tin cans, but there is little doubt
a Just another .ubterlu,.. Hugo. Lormtx. broken toola and thread-bare tires here that as the time approachesthere in March on a cold dreary day, a man called!

her (teacher always around toriJitee Z\\ This Is a war that calls for more will be more and more of the a filling station in Winner S. D. He was cold and appear*

: him. After Doris glvea a Town tons of materials of all kinds than usual name-calling and mudslinging undernourished, but there was a ring in his voice which
aaU recital. Cecil Carver opera linger all of the past wan put together. No directly
( honee Borland. At her hotel. Cecil matter bow brave or daring our soldiers concerning subjects dicated he was not defeated. His name was Leo E. Keost

I i"i vii, lays Doris Cecil has la to a sing good for voice war but veterans lacks and sailors are, no matter related It is to not the expected war. that the Republicans He said to the manager: "I don't want to go on rebel tj

sr nit ityle.hasn't the words of a certain son.*. what master plans may be formulated will criticize the Presi I want a job selling oil to the farmers. I think I know ho.I

de sings It and she says he baa a fine by our generals for crushIng dent's war program directly-but I can make a success of the job." I take from "The Diamond" .
writone voice. Cecil knows of Doris our enemy, tha-final outcome will make plenty of capital of
trough Lorenti says Hugo Is hopelessly will depend upon what group of nationS such they material as the recent appointment Magazine the story of what happened.The 1

!! B love with Doris and that Doris toro. can produce :fastest and what of a dancer pal of Mrs.Roosevelt's man was provided with an old tank wagon withil

:} urea every ought man to she wake gets her In up her by clllteh.a.Leonard giving group has the most.materials available Miss Mayrls Chancy capacity of 300 gallons, and he started out to sell gasoluj

I recital she says. "Go get yourself a for production.In cellars andserapbaskets and a movie actor Melvyn Douglas and oil supplies on a straight commission. His territoni
the back
where It hurts. in the Office of
triumph. Hurt to positions
2ecll demand. payment for lessensism. of America are Civilian Defense. was hilly and composed mostly of Bohemian settlers. ThB

I ( H. pays but declares be loves enough materials to win major engagements This was evident following the Introduction truck was so old that sometimes he had to take two 0:fl

.) 1 1 alto wife. H. spends much time with on the battlefield. by Republican Rep. Leland three runs to get over the top of a hill. t
J :.co. making good progress Doris So the next thing I knew I wa, up there In my room with a score, When :you consider that steel mills Ford of California: of an
la getting hert Leo E. Keogh's idea was to be of service to his
ells bun Jack Lelghton and by one o'clock I bad It learned. rely upon the return of scrap metal custoal
I m in engagement tour wires him In a movie he sings palace.In upstate Cecil for about one-third of their raw materials I amendment prlatlon of funds restricting to OCD for appro-physical ers. Not merely to sell gasoline and oil, but to help then!

a .recitals. makes a hit and she gets him curtain calls-everything." said no. He came up to $200. I Istill :you can begin to realize the training and entertainmentwork. with their problems.At I

''t, in engagement with an opera company. "You must feel good tonight said no, and asked him no part which the junkman plays in Before the vote the wires first the people paid no attention to the man in ty

Again. be Is scared stiff but manages" U .'1 do. Do ?" to bid any higher a* it wasn't i this war. here were kept hot by Republican his
old oil
you Eel
trembly laughed at
told his own. A performance of M question of lie couldn't fig Steel is just one of many war industries members in I wagon; competitor him.

ijI Bohenw" la. on. and Farma the tenor "I"Is feel It-the alt right.way :you thought It we it out.money.but after a while w which need our waste ma leaders Washington to get to party vote against the ,. Mr. Keogh had laid down a policy and he meant to put it'
a speaking."Make
terials. and rubberare
would be?" shook bands and that was that Paper, rags amendment and by Democratic into operation.One I
steel in
'em dolce. Make 'em nice, "I never thought." That night Cecil and I ate in i our almost war as important as leaders to get their men here to day on a lonely stretch of road he came across I

iweet no loud at all. No big dra. ."Not even-just a little bit?" quiet little place we had founc That's why program.the government has vote for it. The Democrats believe man with a broken axle in his car. He stopped bis truck I
Yeah?" You mean, that it's nice, and where we were practically the onlj that the whole issue was brought up ,
matic. Nice a sweet, a
jJ organized a bureau of out and him the axle. The I
Parma begged. silly and cockeyed that I should be customer After we ordered sh to embarrass the administration.The got helped repair man bough

"I'll do my best" Leonard said. here with you and that I should bean said "Did Rossi speak to :you?", I concerned with which seeing is to primarily it that "party" significance of the ten gallons of gasoline on the spot and was so appreciate|

You do like I say w. knock 'em opera singer when all God Intended "Yes, he did." I 'nothing is thrown which could amendment was emphasized byRepresentative that he became a steady customer.
me for was a dumb contractor "Did h* offer |15C? He said ht away: Ford himself when
ver. be shot at HI tIer. One farmer said that he would not buy because he u
So we went out there and got and that Its a big joke that would.. Every one of us should think of he showed his unconcealed pleasureover have In to I
trough the gingerbread, and hebrew came off just the way ;you hoped It He came up to $ O0. the opportunity to embarrass not the money. talking him Mr. Keogh found

1ts ( down his pen and I threw would, and I never believed it "What did you sayl. '.. our our scrap-baskets attics full of our trash junk. mines pilesand the administration by saying:. that the man had more cream than he needed so Mr. Keogh h

A town my paintbrush and we got would and-something like that?." "I said no." .-y of ammunition-raw material which "Win. draw or lose, it will put a said he would take his cream to town and sell it for hial

I,4 tut the and the orchestra "Yes. that's what I mean.." "WhyV'"I'm hell of a lot of them on the spot"
prop. no singer. What would 2 can be magically turned into bullets Thinking that maybe his wife would like.to have it, he drove I

rhen riayed be the started Introduction to sing;to and the I woke duet "Let's Then dance.yes. .1Io -" be ,doing trailing around with thli We, tanks, planes this material and ships.to the .I Although in the there minds was of members some question of- by his own home and asked her, and she said she would I

Ifm ip. I mean. I got it through my 'We danced, and I held ber close, outfit after :you're goneT""They Junkman.can give Or we can give it to the both parties whether there was any churn it, herself. So he paid the man the market price

lead that when that bird said dolce and smelled her hair and she nestled play Baltimore Philadel Salvation Army or any charitable necessity for expenditures for a division Result: new customer.He .

Ifi te meant dolce He sang as though it up against my face. "It's phia. Boston and Pittsburgh befort organization whlcb collects waste of this kind. it was evident climbed ladders and oiled the windmills for farm-
swing west I could visit up
they yoi I
bat bonnet of Muni's were some title gay tint It?? materIaL Or if that the attention given to the subject
wish we can
week-ends maybe oftener that He watered their stock when
bird be had in his band, so it "Yes. sell some of it to junk dealers. was all out of proportion to Ks ers. they were 'away. Bit by
nade catch come In :your throat .."'m almost. happy Leonard." that I-I might even make a flying There are only two don'ts: Importance. It was primarily involved bit he began to build up a following. I

0 listen to him. When he bit the 'M., too. trip out to the coast""I'm 1. Don't burn or destroy anything; with a salary of 94.600<< for At first, he would stay out all night. Going to a fanner I
1. he lifted his eyes, with the side "Let's go back to our little booth. not the type. without first making it isn't ofsome Miss Chaney to be in charge of a there.
sure he would ask to Then he
permission worn
if his face to the audience and I want to be kissed. "Who is the type? Leonard physical fltoess program. Mr. DougLas sleep
I j ; icld it a little and then melted off So we went back to the booth and let me ask :you something. Is it use.which And cannot there is be practicaflynothing utilised. said that he had offered his help} the farmer with the chores. He told the farmer's wife I

t almost with a sigh. When he she got kissed, and we laughed just because bis $200 a week look. 2. Don't give :your waste materialto services "without compensation." the news he had picked up along the way. You bet he vail

mft lid that he looked at me and about the way I bad bid from like chicken-feed to you' Is it because any junkman without first asking Mr. Douglas defended the job assigned welcome! I
and drank the wine and ate a big contractor makes a lot
stalked." to him-that of forming a
him what he doe with it. Make
Of he has succeeded. He has modern I
It was that wink that told me steak. I had to cut the steak left- more than that? clearing house for utilizing the talents course now a truck,

4t bat I bad to do. 1 bad to put handed, so I wouldn't joggle her "Sometimes he docs. Right now sure or that throw be doesn't it on dumps.destroy it,Thereare burnit of actors, writers radio stars all his own. He no longer has to stay out overnight. He it I

1 lolce in it. I Came in on my beat head where it seemed to be parked he doesn't make a dime. still plenty of collectors who etc.-by saying: one of the most respected and most popular men in the I

indtrledtodoltaah.dldit.Wbeflf on my right shoulder "If that's what it Is, you're mating "They want to know "what I
haven't :yet learned of the need for can community. And he has done it all on one simple idea: to
? t came to m) little .olo, I put tears We stayed a second week in Chicago a mistake. Leonard, everything this material. You can help teach we do? How we can serve?' The the he I
to sell to.
f n it Maybe: they were just Imlta- and I did my three operas over has come out the way I sal them. people of the entertainment world<< help people expects

1 I Ion tears, but they were tears. again and then we played: a week it would hasn't it? Now listen tm. can coniriouie. mom 18lenana., What a good example of what a man can do! He did 1

4 Zl We went into the finish and laid in Cleveland and another in Indianapolis. .. With that voice, :you: can male SACRIFICE initiativeOne abilities to the Civilian Defense pro not want to go on relief. He started out with nothing except]
the end of Mario's stick. Then Cecil's contract was money that a big contractor neve
right on of the greatest problems of gram. They can dramatize defense; an idea and made a success of it.MANUSCRIPT .
and slopped out the tears in buck- up. and it was time for her to go even beard of. After just one season America they can dramatize the war effort;
m organizing: as an efficient
,I tts. Buckets? We turned th. fir* back and get ready for the Mew with the American Scala Of war machine is that of overcoming they can bring borne to all communities : COVERS -91 March 2nd. 1942. In the aim
lose on them. It stopped the show York season. era Company the :Metropolitan wL'grab all over the land the meaningof named Court and cause, whtnn,
our general attitude of
for '
,. they didn't only clap they The Saturday matinee In Indian you sure. It Isn't everybody: America at war. per 100 -BRADFORD COVSTSTZXSGKAPII. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradfori
who with the America news hasn't yet caught up WIlD toe County Telegraph' shall Bubltil I
had II.I'bat' can sing
cheered to I Cecil in
repeat "Faust.
; so we spoils was met tempo of radio. "The persona) attack upon me this Order in next four wnklj
dead against the rules, and the main dining-room that morning .- Seals. Their standards are terribl.; Today news is happening faster has broadened into a generalized laaueai.Wltnea.
Mario tried to on. but they around ten o'clock for breakfast high and very weU the Metropolitan offlcltl
pv e' go than at time in history>> but the attack on a fundamental issue: my hand and
wouldn't let him. We got through and. while ,we .were eating knows it.. Once.you're; in .th. half-hour any announcement : with whether or;'not',thousands of loyal IN cinctrrr COURT. BRADFORD seal at Starke. Florida, this Ju-
) be act. and Puma flopped on the ,Roast came over and American who 'work in the creative COUNTY m.OHlUA 11'11' ;
f ed for tae last two ..J4lmJ..ndl didn't ,have'much to say.: Ha keptasking : .' phonograph.v concert.moving pic .brnak.4ns'b.tlm'e..lolt special or entertainment world shall, CHaT,. ( SEAL) A. J Thorn""*
announcements leaves the commentators Charles Watt Alien Plaintiff. v.. Aa Clerk of said Court. 1-304UI
tures. Leonard, be rich
you can ;
!toe curtain same down to a terrlnasand. the waiter if any call bad : constantly hungry: for because of their profession, be denied Oretc en Fox Allen, Defendant O. A. Stephens Jacksonville, Fit
We took our first two bows com for him and bit his finger You- you can't help Jt. Case No. 1774.ORDER Atty. for Pit.
and better stories to broad- the of win
S bigger privilege helping to .
"Contractlng's trade.
be whole gang that were in thct nails, and pretty soon it came out "
and when we came back froiu that the guy who was to sing Wagner "All this-doesn't It mean any east to their eager listeners. Even this war. AND NOTICE TO ArPKAJt BUS SCHEDULE
thing to you'" in this day of mass production of While the 1'1.u. was being debit 8TATW OPVLORIDA to, : Oretctien .
toe second Mario back that afternoon wouldn't N.rthbeu.d
one was
some "Yeah, for a gag. But not vhs news, events don't happen fast ed, Brig. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey: Fox Allen. 7U Andrew Leave Stark. :
there. Cecil yelled in my ear."Take to the theater, on account of a writ Avenue, Henderaon. North Carolina. nl i I
of director of =::==
the selective
to satiate service
enough appetite Leave Starke
you mean. You are required to
ntm take him
out. out! So his wife would serve on bun if he appear on
I took aim out I grabbed him by showed up there, and that Rossi "And, in addition" to the money; radio.That's radio headlines must stressed talnment his world belief could that the antei important 'March named; 2nd1 Court, 1942 and in u.'e,it e wherein above Leave Leave Starks Stark. ::::::= Ug:: P.P.: :
there's tame"Don't why play an -
t'1'y r ne band, she by the other. and was waiting to find out if some : plaintiff Keeks divorce. Bradford Leave htarke : P. 1L.av
be created the voice of the role in our war = :: ffl: : I
ire led him out and they gave him singer in Chicago could. come down want it. through programby shall publish Starke :: = : P.
She sat there and I saw be announcer and a news item which : ruling that men essential to Mmo..le tI- nlbrdtlefa&t four Leave 'tarke __.____ 5:50: P. 1
l b>g hand., too. That seemed to and do It. His call came through weekly P. )I
i..u. Leav Ittarke ___.___ 10:10:
be inside short in industry should be deferred
eye begin to look:: wet Then sh might an a newspaper
Lz3tupaboutthatniiuedcu. and when be came back be said L.ave Bt.rk. ________ Ua: p II
It wag a half-hour before I could his man was tied That meant said. "Oh. why don't we both te': is sent flying through the from the draft. He said: "The Witness mr band and official. ...tk..d

den to dress. I went" to my dress- somebody from the up.chorus would the truth: You want to get back t ether with all the fan-fare of a five-. continuance of motion picture production seal uary at 27th.Stark.1942.OFP'ICIAL .*1""* this Jan Leave St.rk. _______ 3:05: A. II
is In Leave ___.___ 10:10: A. I
New York-for alarm Ore.Whether. certain Starke
what's respects essential
ng room and had just about got: have to do It, and that wasn't so waiting fo ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas. Leave Starke .___ 1:20: P. II
ny whiskers pulled off. when about good. you In New York. And I-I don the excitement of the announcers to the national health, safety All Cleric of .ald Court 1.30 ftZO Leave Stark --- 120 P. 1

I'Milif itt, people shoved In from out- then Cecil want you ever to go there again CaD be sustained or will and interest, and in other phases Charles.. Miller Jacksonville. RIa. Leave Starke ===:= 6:10;: P.: 1
ude. wanting me to their And popped eut: "Well "No.> that's not it." be toned down by time is still a essential to war production.' AIt, for Plf. Leave Btarke ________ 8:10: P. ..
what are we talking about with .'Yes. H is I'm doing question, but an the evidence pointstoward Although Washington last week EaetbenadLeave
; programs. I obliged and signed him her. I __._ 2:30 A. II
sitting Here, baby; her.anil with INIRCUI'I': COURT Stark. __ :
the talk toe Melvyn BRADFORD
; "Logan Bennett Then washed up There's exactly opposite of what its being continued indefinitely. -I was buzzing on COUNTY, Leave Htark. _____ 550: A. II
key. in
a score ll.OiUUA
up IN
I nay thought I was doing when For over the the announcers Douglas-Mayria Chaney subject CHAN .. 5:30 P. 1
ind met Cecil and we got a cab and we sta years I CE.Y.RotIlna l.ave St.rke __ .J- :
vent oft to eat room. You can Just hike" :yourself ed all this. 1 thought I would t have been able to keep which also included a general Shelton Leave Starke ________ 1:01: P. II

4$ We went to a night club. It had up there and leant it. the good fairy and bring you a' themselves in a frenzy aver toe e-hasnlng of all other faults which Sb.'t' 'endant.Plaintiff Case "No"..Grant m. Leav. 8tarkV.. -= 1.10 A. II
"WhatT learn It in
I dance floor and tables around one morning her together again. And now wI vitamins in a cereal, the testiness of have been. found with the activitiesof ORbER Ow PUBLICATION (Tallahassee---- '-Specl.l-- )

'bat and booths around the wall., and then sing ItT""There am I doing? I'm trying to ta a cigarette, or the OuCtoess I, are only a fed pages erf from her.' I'm minded members of FLORIDA to: Urant IOtlc. 10
you away just a sud.CENSORSHIP. congress --
soap Shelton ----
luati.il Ire took a booth. We ordered a It" Cecil said. home-wrecker." with whose residence la un- L..v. St.rk. ______ 52O: P..1
were more concerned the firob- known.
teak for two and then she or "Faust is la French, Lint it?" J ah-h-h! Ypu"are' Leave Ntarke .._.___ 11:15: p
lered gome red burgundy to go She looked comic a* she said I Iand eras of price control. Washington reqblted to appear on .'Tallahassee. Sp.cl.1))
nth It and sherry to start Thai Mid" hopelessly. I laughed and sh laughe Censorship BOW In force la the housing .and a proposed Women's .
OJi dear He doesn't
4 wee unusual with her. She's like sing Then she started to cry. I hadu United States* cans two a revamping Army Auxiliary corps.
I nest singer She'll give heard on. word from Deri since of our whele mental attitude Although the price control measure .

i '4 brink, but she doesn't take you math a had But a floss score fixed in Italian that part and up.I He left New York. I had wired be toward news reports. 1* now law the farm blue In SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE!

.4i! _..11. She saw me look at ber.I to learn II. la. that and it was from every hotel I bad stepped at Instead of passing a news) item congress is seeking changes in it
: want something. I-want to calibrate. with sing in and you would think she might hay. on from its source to the people as to' permit. further increaes in farm
,4 that the rest of them
." sing sent me a post card. There wasn' if it were a not potato/ newscaster* prices. The senate is consideringa
French. So the
"O. X. with ne. Plenty an right" knew ing I was there next in thing 1 even that I sat there, watchini and newspapers are'obligated to measure to prevent federal agencies ECONOMICAL!
up my room Cecil aad trying.tolet.herbe t snail it little decide if it's tram curbing,.prices.'before
"Did :you enjoy yourself with an4 oSclock'l ,. over a ,
a score, by one :
p "1 enjoyed th. teal curtain"Didn't /' had It learned; spiel by two o'cI.eRos.i ? bOflweCk.r.asJL.es12.d. : : it an item which fits the rules of censorship hey. have reached parity: ...,dl.. ,*aew sbs..waa.iws3ig.1 BUSSES
you enjoy the applause had given me the business respected *v and stifle It if it might corftain a proposal to prevent thegovern

4 ifte the O Mimi duel It brought and by three o'clock I was in a costume erything about her; I didn't have fc information valuable to the en meet from selling surpluses a* a

be told shed do
811JtItfor me mean of keeping price down.The Courteous
town the Correct
"It was, an right""Is they dug up, out there doing I tried to feel I was la lave wlU emRadio listener and newspaper plan for: a Women's Auxiliary: Information

4 that. all :you have to say about II.Thet made more Impression her. so I could say lets both staj readers to encourage this necessary for the army has long been under Given You At
i,,, on with this outfit anal let the rest gi withholding of Information discussion la the war department .
them than anything I bad done
& yet bang. I couldn't
then UM and I. being sponsored in the
1 liked It flne. must revise their new appetites so
You don't
see, they much attention
pay next thing 1 knew X UNION
"You mean :you really liked It?" to a guy who knows thyroles .. too was crying that they: find such stories distaste house by Rep. Edith Rogers of BUS STATION
""Yeah but I hate to admit fIlL Nothing will make the censorship Massachusetts.
,- It. all coached up by heart. They We iiit New York
rut I really liked It. That was theprettiest know all about them. But a guy I Monday more Job work better than the expression Following the President's plea
Ing. put Cecil in cab
music I beard all night"The .who can get a role up quick and on home. On the a I and think wen by: the public of a real for the "parasites"/ to get out of
4 sherry came and we raised go out there and do it, even U he log what I was going to antipathy toward an news whJah Washington to make room for those

mr glasses clinked, and bad a sip.Leonard. makes a few mistakes, that guy can bad been away, six week, and say.wba could conceivably aid Hitler. who must be there for government

,i. I love It." really be some use. around an opera had kept me that long? The best Mews of troop movements new work additional housing has been SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
'You',. better at It than In conlert" company. could think of was that I had take of the sailing of ship, news of the proposed and a measure Is expected

Rossi came to my dressing-room war work being done In specific to go through authorizing the
a swing around to took at "coodi
"You're telling me? I bate ecu.terts. after I finished In "Travlata" that tlons. f..tori.-.ueh thing must not. be expenditure of SSO.WO.OOO for additional % Gasoline Oils, and Fuels

But opera-I just love it. and night andYffered' me a contract for When I got home I let myself: la published or talked about. housing. A fire in the big

f :you ever bear. me saying again the rest of the season. He said Mr. carried in my grip and called ti In addition to objecting to any Statler hotel which is under con WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATINGGIVE

l bat Idon't want to be a linger: Mario was very much pleased with Doris. There was no answer. ; news being printed or broadcast traction: is going to further complicate US A RING WE DELIVER
the problem since toe
i roti'll know I'm temporarily insane. me. especially the way I had gone went out in the kitchen and it wai which reveals such Information all gov- .
I love it; I love everything about it in He eminent was planning to make use
on Wagner. offered me $150 empt There wasn't a soul b of us can add to the effectiveness of
he smell the fights the high notes, a week. I thanked bun. of this mammoth building tog effice
p and said the JIou.e.frO. censorship If we carry' 1* even into

r I- be low notes, the applause, the no. He, came up to 111'l..w SS CONTWVSD lj%, eur own conversation.. Instead of space.completion The fire many is expected,nvmthe.to delay H. E. TUCKER Agent;

down the secret" information
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Since Donald liaison ....keen la For Sinclair Refining Co.
rift cItcC1PrIIT.:: BRADFORD Brown Livingston, whoee'reeldene* I.."... which our neighbors may coo- charge of the war production board
1tjI COVNn FLORIDA IN CHAW .* la anknown, ..Wltneaa .my hnd'a.adofloial .fide in us. we would be serving our there baa been a' Phene
general feeling 158
fou are required to appear 011 .e.''..t IU.rk. 101'14.. ibis JanusFs' country better if we frowned upon) Starke Fto.
? Pearl* rlb. Nortbcutt. Plaintiff Monday. March I..... Ifl. In the 27th. 1942.OPI'ICIAL them for not keeping Neb information here that our: war production program -
V. Wallace 8. Northcutt, DefenORDER above named Court a a d cause ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas now is making rapid bead-
ri .ant. OF wherein plaintiff _.k. divorce, Rn4no As Clerk of said Court l-lo 4t FIG to themselves. way.; Red tape 1* being eliminated I
other relief. Bradford County D liryon King, Jacksonville.' *' .
AND NOTICB! TO incompetent executives are being
APPEAR Teleajrapti shall publish this Order AIt,. fur Pit.IN .
Th:4 BTATK OF FLORIDA tot Wal. In next four weekly laauaa replaced and. all forms of war work
lace K. Northomt. whoae resldeace Witness sny hand and official Relief At Last are being put in charge of the
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unknown. cmrvif
at Starke. Florida, thle 9lh
Ton are required to appear on day of January rOVNTr. FLORIDA! IM CHAN men best equipped to do the job.
stk4 .Monday, March 2nd. 1142. in the (OFFICIAL UEfAL)iU.A.. 3. Thernaa CERY. Many business .men. known to be P'rnI
11w above named Court and cause A. Clerk of aald Court. 1-10 41 2-10 Stanford U Wiggins. Plaintiff v*. authorities on different phases of
wherein plaintiff aeeka divorce and John J. Henderaon. Eeq. Atty. for Lonl. Wiggins D.I.ndanL Cue For Your the
i4 no other relief. Bradford County PII.U No. U03. Cough war program agreed to
Telegraph ahall publish this Order ORDER OF PUBUCAVIOWt give up lucrative jobs, at Mr. Nel
In neat four weekly laauea. nnri'iT rot'HT. BRADFORD AND NOTIC 'to APPEAR son's request in order to go< to
-tA,: Wltnena my hand and official, IM'NTY FLORIDA IN 4.II AN. STATE OF FLORIDA tot Ionic Creomuklon relieves promptly because Washington to contribute their abilIty -
seal at Btarke. ) ,
Florida this lilh "JJRY j Wlgina O.n.ral It goes right to the seat of the T
of Delivery. Jack.: to the all-out effort.
day January, 1943. l-St Oeorse I... Oratton Plaintiff, sonvill.., North trouble to loosen war
: Carolina., help anti
(OFFICIAL ThomaX; expel
> A J Ev.iln. Oration, D ""d. t Do Your
J- jieoacler.on. Kaq. .Ally forCHAM Cu. No. 1770.ORDER You are r, ulred to appear on germ laden phlegm, and aid nature Trading
OP PUBLICATION p4.t .-. 1 a.v. e> above aauau. to soothe and heal raw. tender, in- T. ...11...

ANt NOTiriB TO APPEAR .4 liTy CmaM a.k., aad dIY.. .oaase....,. Bradford. w.l.li.1.County. PanMd bronchial mucous mem C ULlUJ witiere 6 pieces stagers Silverware art I
BTATB OF FLORIDA brane Tell Hl-err .f
your druggist to
to: Kv.lln sell
IX T.l you
COl'RT, BR.tnFORD C. OraUon raph ""'" publish th'. Order | given
188f I..n Avenue in a bottle of Creomulsion with the away with 40 !
i.- COU'4TY. ?LOR1DA. 21 San DI."o"" CaiIfornI J"t four weekly laauea. understanding every $ aSMITH'S
r CIRY.!: wltneae you must like the or certificates.
ToOl my hand and official. way It
.tWilliam t l.llnsraton. Plaintiff vs. March are 2nd..required lUll in to t appear b. above on seal' at IiIlark.. Florida. this F.b. quickly allays the cough. or you are Liquid '1'....... Are BedeeoMla
Ella Brown
Uvlnnnton. Dvfnndant. flamed Court ..* r..ry 12th., "f' to have your money back. 6 6 6
a. cause, wherein Salve-K_ > !> ...
-. ? ORDER OK PUBUCATION plaintiff ...ks dlvorr.. fOFP'ICIAL SI AL) A. 3. Thomas e Ceuh If
AND NOTiCE TO APPEAR County TeUsraph shall Bradford publish A. Cleric of said Glart. 1-13 4t 3-5 CREOMULSION Cms** Ores.Pvy Von ChooM GARAGE

) STATE .W.QR10A. toi Lila this, Order: .;: I* neat f.ur .weeklj r Att 30n.,_.E......Bryant... JacksonvilLe, .Ia. tot,coups.atilt CoWs Bronchitis eUab..E7Tie-S mlmvmt .w..te1. I STAKJU5!; FLORIDAPAGE

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AS! TIlE scythe whips through the brittle stalks of waving grain yet They guided Alexander Hamilton to accomplish the election of 1
of mechanized Thomas Jefferson, whose philosophy he hated, rather than turn tho
/ L could never cut through a banded sheaf, so the sweep "
JL JL aggression has thrown into slavery and hunger one disunited ', country over to the disintegrating schemes and peril of an Aaron Burr. .:

.,I victim at a time. The lesson i is clear. To the Machiavellian They guided the unnumbered thousands of selfless patriots who "

strategy of "divide and rule," our people must present a real UNITED' marched through the Valley of the Shadow from Valley Forge to .

.,., States, a chain of strength in which each link is equally sound, equally Chateau-Thierry, and they stand as signposts for our UNITED lads in

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:, "One nation, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all." with it in our hearts, and die, if need be, with it on our lips-"One '

one people rising( 'above petty party differences, rising above i'
f: These have been more than slogans in our nation's history. They country
;.. ."':' and conduct. religious intolerances, rising above labor and industrial I antagonisms, I, !:
been rules of action patriotic
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Let. face our future realistically, :: ? .1 'F.
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who Liberty to
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In UNITED States of America lies our greatest defense, V 1 c I
of a Constitution they felt then was inadequate, and whose adoption they'had preserved. a ''I
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Fine Foods ." ', \ '. Ann & Harry's .. Andrews Motor Company .' Gem Jewelry Company

Fred F. Stump P. S. Stores, Inc. Military Supplies Alvarez, Eat. 1894 Bradford Photo Shop

Dave Kelly's Place
/' Bradford Hardware Company
Denmark Furniture Company Koch Drug Store ,
Louis Shafkin
B. Jacobs' .J.,,";, Torode Chevrolet Company?.,..) ;::' ,' Ward's Cafe

r' Rogers Jewelry & Army Store
; .... Francis Duguid Inc.
A. M. Darby's -* ,.' Guy's Market .
M. F. (Mark) Bostick, Mgr.
Bon-Art Studios

Harold C. Wall, Agency .'.. H. E. Tucker, Sinclair Agent ) Houston's Service Station

; J. P. Roberts Motors

Ben Suslow's Army Store. House .., _
George's Spaghetti The Lunch Box

Bradford Engineering Co.

Titus Olson ,
Commercial Refrigeration Jerry Sistrunk's Seed & Feed Store
Guidon Grill

M. A. Kite, Painting & Floor Sanding Sam Rosenberg & Son J. B. Alexander, Shell> Distributor .. .

Furniture Salvage Exchange ,.. } Starke @g000K2 Bottling Co.
Carpenter's, The Rexall Store ;. Eastern Auto Supply' .
The Military Inn Barksdale's Store

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Florida Bank At Starke ; :. Starke Beauty Shoppe '.
Member Federal Deposit Corporation Orange Bus Line Lunch Room ::. 1:, K. G. Duncan, Standard Oil Agent '.
Member Florida National (Group fate. t Jerome C. Hughes ". '.
A. Hartmann
1.: .:i Blanding Center

Electric Shoe Shop Winkler Electric Service
I Union Bus Station & .
Robert Green Cleaners
Service Station
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:' '1 his garage on Temple avenue.It deed to a short extension of Jefferson : pulp mill at Fernandln
: > :; District Scout Meet
Farm CouncilTo >
,'4 /MARy'MIXUP---- erAogg ] seems that Mr Roberta Unnecessarily street. The property order with the t
"' LITTLE ? Meet Today A meeting of the Lake City expended approximately deeded is a strip 4O feet wide and and Park Service Flol1l1'
beheld $165 In laying sewer pipes and 52 1.2 feet deep west from Bay million trees to be nm3:
:\\11", I"I ALL Str wi 1+LMt x HAVE Boy Installing a tank. The City street. In 16 central and dhtdtq
," \ I AN IDEA- In the educational buildingof the sewer Ida counties. nortb"
. FOB TMBOANCB Council through error thought Jefferson: street proper seems Many
the Methodist Church at line two blocks when It From still available IIei:.
,', 't'1! b was away to end at Temple avenue. and
...,J... ;.. MAR*? Dyer, Starke at 7:30 P. M. next Mon- was later discovered by consultinga Temple to Bay-one block west- should be made throJM
+ / the State workers from Gainesville day. Representatives from all map that it was right there. there is a slight Jog in the street tract forester or to \
. J will hold Its regular meetIng troops In the District will be E. H. Smith treasurer of the and It la narrower. Mr. Edward's I hassee- office of the
, :: at 8 P. M. Friday night this present and all persons are invited Board of Bond, Trustees recom- donation extends 52 1.2 feet west eat and Park Service, ,
i'''l week at the courthouse.This to attend the meeting mended an adjustment, the City of that point. '
,.:'t ,1,1I committee Mr. Dyer pecially the parents of scouts Council willingly reimbursed him a Antoinette paraet\
I 'ir) ", states was organized to work for to the extent of 1150, which :Mr.: Free SeedlingsFree
Vl, the beet interests of the farmers Roberts Reimbursed Roberta gladly accepted. i Miss Antoinette Pa
: t and to consider and make recommendations pine tree seedlings are spent about six
to the proper authorities The City Council voted Tuesday Gives City DeedAt I still available to interested landowners last year as bookkeePtr iii,,
fbl 1 of any problems that con- night to reimburse J. P. Roberts In Bradford County. Prior Starke Coca Cola
t tt front the farmers with a view to to the extent of $150 for an error the City Council meeting to the opening of the planting ed away in Jack80nT.!

.. 1.14! DANCE CDSTS. WCs 1bU'R WON'r RIGHT BC getting these problems solved. made In February 1941 in the Installation I Tuesday night Maurice Edwards(I I season the Container Corporationof day, February 12, at Ti_
t IT' CENTS LtT J; HAVING DANCKS The meeting is open to the of sewer connections at offered and the City accepted a America owners o f a large and was buried at 1 p,\
I '' V FIFTY CENTS ,' 1M Wit DON'T public. and all are invited to at- r!
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,( "", WORTH OF pEFNS WHIP OuR tend. ,
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J New Dental Equipment
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1.t11 Last Saturday Dr. L. O. Haynes First-Class
; _____ dentist, put the finishing touchesto
( ___ : his dressing-up program in his
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,'f I\ ____ offices over the Harold C. Wall
1 .tj". ,. fl __ Insurance Agency at Call and
) ThompHon streets. He Installedall Fighting Man-

111h KS RToeAru ry : / 11 1 new operating equlpment-
l. t1 NIMD a Na+CATB .,+ n _- including a new dental chair,
electric engine and cabinet.
New Rent Policy Urges RotariansTo Recently he had the interior

;! Y Being Stressed Aid War Effort newly decorated the floor covered ---
and had Venetian blinds and 9 t
k, curtains hung !In the waiting
Wednesday's l Issue of the Jacksonville room. ti.

Journal contained the following \-

article under the heading Builds More Houses v ,,

r of "Camp Blondlng News": ,
John E. Marshall: recently began to
"Rental agencies within a 55I "Aoi :<
,II; the construction of another
mile radius of Camp Blanding are / .
yh esidence. This one Is to have
ff rapidly Hating vacancies with the Y four rooms and bath. It was ':.> .'it"
billeting officer In conformant ,. ,
camp rented before be ever began to U
with a new policy that all build, he stated Monday to Sergeant ....,
military personnel apply through """\ ,.
'h Rose, stationed at Camp
4 official channels for housing ilandlng.

1 facilities off the reservation. "Mrs. Ross works at Camp -" .
"Though no attempt Is being Blandlng." Mr. Marshall said,
},t.. ,, made to place a calling on rents, "and even If her husband shouldbe
N ,an effort to eliminate rent-goug sent away, she will continueto
ti ing on the part of some civilian live In Starke." This residence -

l $ agencies Is considered necessary ,i ,: Is being erected on Weller
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v and agencies are now being given street on a lot 60x110 feetnotfar
an opportunity to file vacancies from the new Orange LInes
j;e+ with the billeting officer so that 4 bus station. Mr. Marshall has
military personnel can choose fair- milt several other homes for rent
rental quarters Instead of dealIng I and sale within the lost two
e" directly with those agencies years
wblch'have been charging more

rl'i i than a fair price." stirring appeal to businessmen Leases Home Here

.r to "forget about making
I I.r CLASSIFIED money" for the time being and Tim Jordan, manager of the
I devote more time and effort toward Paramount Grill\, and Mrs. Jor
1, winning the war was voiced dan have leaded from Mrs. L,. M. --
EDWIN SOUTHERS ("D e a n by Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville Clark the residence on the cornerof ....
M of the spoken drama-Studlo) attorney who was guest speakerat Church and Nona streets, and
of Dramatic Art and stage the Rotary Club Wednesday.Mr. moved Into It Tuesday. Mr. Jor-
craft. No "classes." Individual Douglas, who recently an- dan came from New York City
i lessons only. Enroll any time. nounced as a candidate for rep last July, while Mrs. Jordan came

Six lessons $5. No books or resentative to Congress from this In October. They have been living '........
a lit + plays to buy. Studio: over district, urged his listeners to retrain in Gainesville with Joseph H. --"" .' .....
j Masonic Hall Call St. Hours: 8 from repeating rumors and Arnold Treasurer of Blandmg :<..,-, '?").-
a. m to 5 p. m. dally. Dramatic asking such idle questions as, Center.
t ? 1 recitals given for "clubs"or "Where is the U. S. fleet?" and

n within any reason.special function. Charges tf What's" the matter with. Eng- Ambulance Calls BACK of* ,:he American soldier is 8 tradition Thousands of patriotic young men are Volunteers for Parachute Dill|
land? \anted
of valor that extends unbroken entering the Army through'voluntary
FOR SALiK.- Small! sow just "England" has done a wonderfuljob Witt Two calls were made by De- from Lexington and Saratoga to the enlistment and the Selective Service Qualified men may now enlist dind
Mr. Douglas stated.' "At onetime C. Jones ambulances Tues-
Ingleright! she faced our enemies en- day of last week. At 11 o'clockA. mountains of Batan. Give him trainingand System, and you can be one of them, from civilian life for service with dIa

tirely alone. They are a brave M. Edward Arthur of Jack- equipment and you can trust him sharing the comradeship and the splendid Army's parachute troops Voluntan

15 Jo'OI i SALE--HouSd-car. cheap.1t .- people, and now that we are sonville, was picked up near Rai- to lick anything that moves on feet or training of Army life. On the must be from 18 to 30.years old,ak,
Mi'. Hardy Cor. Church & Jackson fighting' beside them there can ford and taken to the Duval 'wheels or wings. ground or in the air, there's a place active aggressive fighters with strenjA
t,1.4'; Sts., Staike. lip be no doubt of our ultimate victory County Hospital He sustained a
The United States has where are needed, now. obtain ful
I If we all pitch in and help." dislocated hip, and lacerationsand Army a secret you and endurance. You can
FOR SALE income property. brulpea when on a sharp weapon,.,. secret only because it can Call at the nearest Army Recruiting information from your local AUf?
r1 House corner Nona and South 'Waste Paper Scrap IronDon't curve on the railroad crossing never be comprehended by dictators. // Station and ask for complete details. Recruiting Officers.
i Church streets. Also building three Urea blew out and caused is an army of free Americans, willingly
AM lots on new Military Highway forget that every Thurs- i him to run into an oak tree. serving the land that made them free.
f and acreage nearby-two miles day afternoon the Boy Scouts Also! D H. Smith, of Lulu, suffered .AiGOl!
East of Starke. Address, Owner under the direction of Scoutmaster Today needs this '
a lacerated hand and head your country spiritin U! S ARMY ':may:
Box 306 Starke. tf C. H. Allen RECRUITING SERVICE
gather up crap and a hurt shoulder at 10 P. M. its fighting men as never before. Hereis *

# FOR RENT-One large bedroom paper and scrap Iron. While they when his car turned over two your opportunity. Men 18 and 19
adjoining bath; also 2-room apurt are get a doing little it money for defense out of, they It. also miles west of Starke on Road 28. years old, with keenness, enthusiasm and * * * * t A J.Acl'088 .

/ merit. private buth. Adults. Call E. L. Williams at the High He was taken to the Alachua daring, are especially desired. Street from Reception Center, Road B tAl t"..
Mrs. F. F. Flume, Starke. It School, or see Mr. Allen or Scout County Hospital Gainesville Camp Bland ing. Fla.iii .

JoUR RENT-Double room fur- Leonard Smith when you have
nlahed.-Mrs. R. F. Demorest paperor Iron. "Bind your paper I HH H
i 221, Park Place, Starke. Itp If possible," Mr. Allen requests.

s NICELY: FURNISHED\ apartment Builds Three HousesA.

3 rooms, lights and water $::50. :
,, Single room for one, $5: per A. Annla will complete next ;
w.!ek. Garage $5 per month week the construction of three A.
I F Dr. M. B. Herlong. Starke. ltpJo'OR louses on his property Just one :
ft block> due pouth of Blandlng Cen- TITLE SIX
KENT-Comfortable: 2-room er-back of the home of Dr. O.
apartment Upstairs.---Mm. G. L. Haynes, Just off Road 28.
P. Wudsworth, Hampton. Phone These houses were started about -
p 28. Itp six weeks ago :Mr. Annla stated.+
r One of them will have five
1o'On. RUNT-- mount unfurnished rooms and bath, and the other
house with bath two two four rooms and bath. They IF YOU
miles east on old Green Cove I will be of light-colored stucco WANT TO BUILD

Springs road. See Mrs EffleCatllri finish and will all be open for InspectIon
on place, or write Jo:. R.
Sunday March
ht. 1, Mr.
Bowers Hill lard. Fla. 1-6-Slp Annie Plated. They are for sale
FOR RENT- -cottages. Mrs. L. or rent. RENT OR SELL

if, Clark 1 1.2 miles out East

GAR Call AC I't fa,:reet.APARTMENT For tf Held by Nazis To Defense Workers SoldiersBUILD

Rent, furnished. -- Apply Mrs..j .
George Flynn, 116 Jefferson St.
Starke. It

THK DUNHAM H U U H E:, 131 ,t a P ,ts
Marine Street St, Augustine, a
'' Fla., offers comfortable looms NOW !

i overlooking Day Excellent
a meals. Reduced rates to per-
manent guests. 2-20 2tp

FOR EXCELLENT\ home-cooked
meals visit the Duham House
t 131 Marine Street.: St. Augustine Let Me Get Your
iM Flu. Guests invited. 2-20 Application In Under Our FirstF.

m kr0 $5 RloW: AND Small white 2tp fe- H. A. Quota ACT AT ONCE

? 't! mule Fox Terrier brown ears.
Answers to name of Jigger.
i' Notify Judge E. K Perryman

Starke.WANTE1 TWO MEN lip w. T. C L UTE

Due to Increase In business we
.eeit two men not subject to Im-
Mrs. Ruth Knowles. the former
mediate draft who live in Bradford ,
'asy.;r County. Must have car. be Ruth Mitchell. and sister of the
late On. 'BIII,," Mitchell,
who Is
ton<'"t and willing to work. You
being held by Nail at WarUemb Opposite Bank
should make 130.00 to 130.00 a Tf. Germany Mr. Knowles Starke Ha
4# +. week. Apply In person or write Joined the death-defying Comlladjlf ,
U 1, I* E. Bur man, 2603: Pearl St., Jugoslavia, which employed
Jacksonville Fla. 2-13 2tp guerrilla; warfare against the Nails. .
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