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 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1IJ't! Attractive New Home Of The Fred Guy's

't Center F. H. A. To Build .
1, ;' .:T. : 100 Small Houses
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[$$24,746.50 ,\>, In Starke- Blanding Defense Area .' <


t Commissioners Friday the Board and the of Some MaterialsOn Hartman Apartments Now Beauty Spot Business Men : '

[nvllle engineering firm of T r .

,IB, Brewton. Smith and Ground Want Units BuiltIn
cepted the bid of Frank f y +

|[dIow,or, the, Jacksonville construction contrac-of a I For New School r City Limits ': ;

Center for Starke and ,

>rd County. Mr. Hadlow's I The,Coupty,hoard of Public In- At the earliest possible data

ia lowest of 10 bids present- struction In: ,special session last the Federal Housing Administration '

being 24746.50, while thet Friday finally, awarded I tho contract r.rr.tt. 100 small will houses begin construction In the Starke-of

bid was! 329.833. tor addltlc( 1nlt and improvements r lUandlng area and local Interest..

t as soon as. the PWA ac- Pictured above I"! the attractive new home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred t o B, If' S. to John F aro making a determined effort

Itlie bid, the contract will be Guy on north Walnut street. Built under F. IL ,\. tipei-lf leal Ions, Knope Ocala C tractor: the con- to have at least a portion of
and the contractor willen the homo was constructed by the Trlnnon le\elopntent Corporation tract price being 131196. Equipment these!' units located within the

the green light" W. M. and in one of the most pleiutlnglyxleHigned! houses to be built here In : and all will run the amountup ..+r awetaww. arattrtaat I city limits of Starke.
re rerIONe reI
ds, chairman of the County recent years. to $142' OO' IMtti Irtar elser seaal ; "We will build a hundred now
stoners stated Tuesday. see bow we come out with them,
Yesterday. Knope and his '
of the local defense and then build more If the demand
Small And
[U have had to request more Efficient Home For W. A. Gay superlntendentf construction, warrants" M.' M. Parrlsh.
George B. BUd back
were here
order to a contrac- Albert Hartman la State F. II A. Administrator an. M'
r in get preparing to go to work at receiving many cttrnpllnirnt on the beautyof ,
[ Edwards stated that theyeen '. hit new apartment building north nounced at a meeting held in the ',
r on
'J, They net up tb portable office Tt"lltplft'fODlHO, especially
city hall here "
> a little afraid they "tI and equipment the school since luuulMiipInK of the grounds has been completed. Mr. Hnrtman Monday afternoon If'
enough "; ] "They will be small house, cost- tJ
have money .
not .
grounds were deigned his own shrubbery and has
"But we have plenty," he ( telephoneand lay-out micMe light mude, and the grounds Into a real Iwauty spot Th building contain right expressly for the purpose of rent-
even unloading: certain building comfortable apartment! I Ing to defense workers and Army
Wednesday, December 17, materials. ,"We will begin actual Personnel at
around $20 to $23: I
fcent Roosevelt placed the construction'just as soon as we R month," tho administratorstated.
T of approval on a Federal got: perataiton! from the Defense I .

| of $33,000( for this project. Public Works" regional headquarters To Store ClothingFor Fire Destroys Monday's meeting was hastily '

r paying the architectural In Atlanta," Mr. Knope stated called by a group of local badness -

I Bald Mr Edwards, "there .,M f ,r r a Thus a dream of long standing men upon learning that It
till be adequate funds with g K -greatly augmented by Presidential EmergencyThe Bakery CafeAnother was planned to locate the entire ?

to purchase equipment"plan approval of the project lost group of 100 houses In the immediate
calls for an examlna- September Z, the first of
the defense Woman's vicinity of Klngsley Lake.
Service Organization early! Monday morningfire
room and clinic, women's projects to be approvedIs ; this week the Interests here feel that It would
: gutted Starke
fng room, laboratory, doc- about to, be realized. I the USO Is starting a Bakery and the A, & A. Cafe on be advantageous to the town to
I office, sun bath, nurses' of- drive to collect clothing of all South Thompson street, entirely have all, or at leant a portion of

| clerk's office, boiler room, WPA Cen er kinds, cotton or wool, for the destroying the bakery equipmentand these units constructed within the

Vry inspector's room and lion purpose of storing In a safe place most. of that of the A & A. city limits ,
[ one side of the hall. On Neat and compact the description of this small concrete block Comes To i Close for use In All cafe. Jack Mangrove, baker, was Following an expression! of this i
her aide will be another ex- home recently completed for W. A. Gay In his new subdivision In emergency. painfully injured-both arms being local viewpoint by O. C. R. Stage-
jitlon room and clinic, men's the southeastern part ,of town.. Mr. Gay Is occupying this house and The. WPA creation project persons who can donate any burned below the elbows, and burg, architect. Air. Parrlsh. / stat-

png room, storage room:, two plans to start_construction at once on .. similar one on an adjoininglot which has bee so comfortably article of usable clothing are ask : his left leg being badly burned. ed that, previously to the meet- ., I'
g rooms, room for storage for resat.Registration., housed in the American: Legion ed to bring It to the USO buildIng I. The flro broke out In the bakery lag, he had decided to place the
ords and utility room. At hall for the pas year, folded Its where it will be assorted and around 3:30: A. M.. and accordingto houses> at Klngsley Lake, but that

nth end of the building will Books Hotel Annex Complete tent and moved way today. How- stored away. If possible, it la Mrs. A M. Mixon of the A. he would consider putting a por
large maternal child by- I ever';" it did not go far; but will requested that the clothing be & A. cafe, the blaze was started tlon of them In Starkn If a sufficient

class meeting room and To Moven After much delay on ,accountof continue its unae fish work among clean when brought to the USO. when Mr. JMuogrove, while mak- number' of desirable lots
tiding will b4I with the soldiers by : Loving right into The collection could be'found here In the
supplied I of of books and ing doughnuts, spilled some price
and greaseon
scarcity labpr building
sod tGi.t! : 8 '5oi' both PeremtsvWhoi! .I.to; register Camp Blandlne,| *th'lle gospel of magazines*is 'also under way at the MOVe range' of" $200. "We can't; pay: $1..., ,
[and women. white and col- while registration books i'e still materials, A. B. .Y?'' Ulama,., proprietor play. There, tt takes pleasure in announcing of waiting for the soldiersto $2,000 house" the" '
in, the county precincts must aCJ| service meit at Camp Blanding, the cafe at approximately $2DOO( ,
that the beautiful new come to them like Mahomet, stated. "Your land
and all Who have good while tho toes values in
building will occupy a lot persons to the bakery was 1
at the books will be
once as in connection with the they will go to the soldiers. Starke
: inflated
109 feet donated by Conan boons and magazine to give away above $1,6OO. Then too, we
/ and Mrs. Lex Qreen for brought Monday to the office of Magnolia Hotel across from the In the meantime, the Legion, are asked to bring them to the Mrs., M. E. Mixon Is the owner must build these houses in as)

purpoBe, and la located on the County Supervisor of Registration postoffice on Walnut street, is at which has been deprived of its USO. Mr*. Floyd Green 1s chair of ,the cafe, and her son, A. M. large groups as possible In orderto
j Bide of Church street about James Hollingsworth In the last completed. Ben Hall and D. building for the past year,' will I man of the committee carrying Mixon, and his wife have managedIt cut down expenses" I I I
[enter of the block between courthouse at Starke. A. Judd, contractors and builders, again have full charge of it to on this work.I'olice since Ib opening: April 1st The local! business men agreed :Jt

on and 7th streets. Through Saturday registration I were in charge of the construc- dispose of Its days and nights, its Mrs. T. J, Alderman of Hampton to prepare a Hating of all desirable .-
may be made with the following tion.The I spacious balls and Its equipmentas Ball SuccessThe recently bought out the lots that are available In the
district supervisors: Lawtey F. R. new addition consists of deems wise. The Legion Is Starke Bakery from Mr. G. 8. $200 price range within the city
Carradlne; North Starke; S. O. eight modem bedrooms, all com- to be congratulated on its sacrificial Police bull held at the Kuter for $1.000 and had since limits of Starke. This Information -

Completet Denmark; South Starke, Mrs. J. pletely equipped with new furni opiilt !in giving without Armory February 6 was a; marked that time added equipment, The will be presented to Mr.,
W. Morgan; Graham R. S. Was- ture.: Each bedroom has Vene- compensation whatever the filll ( success. According to Chief bakery had $100 worth of In- I'arrlawhen/ he comes here today

din; Hampton Joe Wiggins, Mrs. tian blinds, private bath with tile Use of Its own home for the past : A. L. Alvarex, between 000 and! surance, willie the cafe had none. (Friday) for another confer-
;t Aid Courses J. P. Dickinson; New River, Mrs. shower, and hot and cold running year, until the various USO organizations 600 tickets were sold which Damage to the building, which Is ence with Interested parties.

M. 1. Johns; Brooker, Ressle water, Mr. Willlamo stated. It Is could have time to II speaks well for the "first" annual owned by Dr. J, W. lirownlee,
Colaon. stearaheated and well ventilated. get! Into full swing. police ball.a was covered by insurance
ty.flve persons 38 women Famed Boy's Choir

|17 e lard in men-22-hour have Just fir completed staid Hold On To Your Blood Pressure, Start Gnashing Your Pearly TeethThey're -

Starke and have re- To Sing Here

nder d certificates first aid qualifying in case of them an Saying Those. Nasty Things About Starke AgainWard

gency.ere Various local organizations have

were two( classes of combined efforts to bring the nationally
Morehouse Broadway columnist of the New York
n-a class of 23: BHS teacheld to Starke as I found It and beheld room or a bed here now you I wouldn't want to go through It famous Apollo Boys
!In the afternoons at the Sun, is the latest writer to become an "over-night authority"on it.You should have seen the town when again. These fellows from the Choir to Starke.

f>I house, and a class of 15 Starke. These typewriter tyrants barge in, stroll down drive up to the hotel, which the construction mob was around, construction Jobs-these carpen The concert will be bold In the
m women held in the evenings wired from Pensacola and when they were building this ters and plumbers-were gettingmore new usa building Friday night,
Be Courthouse. Call Street, take a turn around the block, and then hasten you March 6.
There was also Why people were sleeping than had
later phoned from Jacksonville."No camp. money they'd ever
man of 17 men held at the back "Narth" to give their readers a lurid account of this vacancy" is> the sign across in the streets, In the churches.In in their lives and they had no The organizations which are

Blouse. The women were Twentieth Century Sodom and Gomorrah. the front door. But you have a the trees Naw, we can't place to spend It except In Starke making this wonderful opportunity -

Pit by Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght. We're giddy we're gaudy, we're gauche. We pat the definite reservation, and you en- make any money on these 10 and they were always hungry and ; possible are The Episcopal

and Mrs W. H. Hart teachn soldier,on the back with one hand and pick his pocket with ter. "All right says the hotel cent calls. We get ours on the they were always buying. It went Church Choir, The Methodist
B. H. S. The had Idea to Jacksonville and Lake for five six months. We all Church choir, the Baptist Church
men as on or
the other. We blind his eyes with dazzling neon signs, and man. "but you'll have to leave by
f Instructor Prof. M. W. Mor- lead him along the paths of wickedness. We're a terriblelot 0:30: A. }O[. It will be two- City and Daytona and places like Rot rich. I still have my stores. choirs, the Presbyterian. Church
principal choir, The R pi.wo opal Church
of the Hampton in advance." You that. Those long hauls are what Thing have now slowed down but
'd. of In fact if we continue to get worse at our fifty. Pay geta of
people. receipt for the $2.5O, lug counts And mostly from the boys the boom It still on. I leased a choirs Melrose and Waldo, the
'omen receiving: certificates present rate of speed in another hundred years or so we own bags to Room 12, go out your and -tha corporals' and the privates.The property where I was paying $22a Womana Club, the Rotary Club,
headquarters In Washington might almost be in a class with Forty-Second Street, NEW try to find a spot for your car, officers: they don't spend." month for rental. Now I'm The three USO units, the U. D. C.

p. were: Dorothy Swanbom, YORK CITY which you have left double-parked MAN WITH TWO STORIES renting this $22 a month place plus. dollar donations from patrons -

[.=:e Searing Grace Williams, In order to let our readers "see ourselves as others seeus" In- front of the hotel and then There is some, but not a great- for $169 a month. That's just n marvelous Interested opportunity!In bringing to such our
fr LIlley,, Edna Prevatt, Delle you fee the sight! of Starke. deal, under-cover gambling avail- typical of what defense and war
the Morehouse article. When
I'tag; Evelyn Ritch we herewith reproduce able to night-prowlers In the have done for Starke Glad to community.The .
|'elson l Madge Middleton Bon- your temperature reaches 110 dgrees, we advise you to Starke area. And the town Is have met you, I'm now going to Apollo Boys Choir has already -
P-umett. stop reading: 1 Movie theatres, dazzling and the policemen's ball." acquired In the nix: years
Eva theoretically dry because Bradford -
r ____ Anderson Phyl- of Its existence, a place among
ra' ? .11larca! Sparkman, By Ward Morehouse streamlined. Jewelry stores. Pool- county Is supposedly dry AND TilE DREAM: DOES! ON the major music organizations of
I Ruble rooms. Beer parlors. Cafes, cafes, but It Is as for a You're back to hotel and I
Mae Perkins, Starke, Fla.. Feb. 16.-Thl.t Is credit!" cries another. "No checks territory, easy your the country. Critics everywhere e
Yn :Stump, Lucile Brown a place once just a strawberry cafes! Welcome Buddy. How are I stranger In Starke, or a soldier, you say: "I'd like to leave a call have acclaimed
** cashed! says a third. "No va- this the
[a Demorest. Kate Sheppard center, that got rich all of a sud !" proclaims a fourth. you? How much have you got? to get a drink as it was> In New for 7 o'clock."We finest of Its kind. group
P e Mae! Hln on, Leola Roberts den and got Itself neoned and cancy DOLLARS VIA DEFENSE No credit Buddy. No vacancies York's Fifty-second street during don't take calls," says the A recent comment In the New e
I'e' Kennedy Alice Fernandez streamlined. The peak of Itsroorn You it How long are you staying and prohibition days. My cab driver hotel man. "I'm up eighteen hoursa York Herald-Tribune
Starke? come : This
ing, Ulllo Bridges, Margue- passed when the construc- wonderinly and first upon Impression bow much are you spending? knew all the nets and at the one day and can't get up to call choir is non-sectarian says, nondenominational
DeYOrio, Muriel Norman tion hordes moved out months your The construction men have gone we jointly selected! : a business man the guests. Every night here Is
of It Is the one that and nonprofiting.It .
'Ie Olson Claire St. Peter but Starke is rtill In the you their way-the carpenters, the of the town told me his story, of like tonight-only worse <
ago, take away with.you. To me, re- was founded o n educational
PerrYMan the e lee trlclana, the Starke and pcwt-boom. Didn't bad an alarm
Elva Lee Ed- clouds: the Inflow of dollars willundoubtedly poning personal reactions, painters pre-boom you say you purposes and has no means of
Suele M. my plumbers-but the soldiers are "My' friend," he said, as he clock?"
Moore as .
continue as long
Starke Is gauche. In Its present support except the unsolicited donations -
II, Eunice Kelljr Jo Patch near-by. still here, and so are their wives, tripped his ale, "I came here before Southern hospitality? Quick,
beth *" there Is camp incarnation It Is a town created of Its friends and concert
Nasworthy. eating Starke's food, drinking Its all the excitement started. I Watson the station !
Beryl Hoi- wagon Carryme Its 24.
Starke an overnight goldrushtown and spoiled by defense dollars. proceeds. members rangeIn
Emma beer (and Illegal liquor), seeing saw the boom coming and I lived .
Hut Catherine back to old Virginia; My
as a result of the national With its over-llghted facades Its age from nine to 14 years. The
g.en its movies, riding in its cabs. through It and I wouldn't want to first
Impression of Starke remains -
emergency! Is as fantastic a spot blazing Interiors,, Its fluorescent director, Coleman Cooper is a
: Claude M. Alvarez J. H. a* America now presents. Newly tubing itc whlle-U-walt photo AU right, take a cab. ride..Any have that experience again. I say my last: War rich and over young man thoroughly equippedfor
10. J. )limits cents : that despite the fact that I madea rich, IMooks and acts It, Froma
R where In the city 10(
Fields, W. A. Gay, rich and over-rich. I find It smug, studloa-Starke has gone from a his work, having acquired bIll
B. Grew, T. L. HamIter, spoiled, somewhat arrogant and population: of 1,500 (Home of the --on. 'dime. That is, a dime a: lot of"money. And I'm still makIng pleasant, strawberry-producing excellent musical training through
rlea Hardy, Jr". James< K- Hol- strangely Inhospitable. Sweetest Strawberries This Side head. One dollar to the army I It. hamlet of 1,500 to a teeming, study with eminent choirmasters
WOrth, Jae A. Lewi", Barney Buddy!" shout the of Heaven) to a population of no- .:amp. eight miles away. Four in Ha shook his head and he spoke bulging! f a 1 a e-frented, frenzied In this country and Europe"
leRae, C. H. Naaworthy, C. :' "Welcome body knows what! J cab and It's still one dollar with all the sincerity of a man over-neoned. fluorescent tubed, This choir la making a tour
front streamers
O'NeIl, Dempeey. Sapp. W. B. 'I clvls and store there It now has all the teallty (and 29
t. John, A. j. Thomas. La the thought, and how quick ready for shooting on Stage 5. cbfu. Call 150 from the old- the madness and the tumult of So long as the army camp have the singers appear here.

other first aid course will you got. Buddy It? Starke hai got Come day the clock will strike, fashioned wall telephone at your the Oklahoma Run. He went on: stands, so long as it Is populatedand

started and thooe Interested may to you It spend while the getting Is the drama will end, and Starke hotel and a cab will come for you. "I had two urea and I sold Its soldiers and their wives Itccent Births
requested to get In get will go back to its strawberries, Ulna came and It was a station groceries to t the construction come to town Starke' gold-rush g
Judge Eo )c Perryman & The tradesmen Impress you as and. If lucky, again become the wagon. gang Two stores and I couldn't will continue Its dream will go Mr. and Mrs. Lonzl Norman,
ty Chairman, of- the sententious. indepen- town It used to be. But the transition "Sure" says the cab driver."I Itt any help. I worked eighteento on. And certainly no one can Feb. 10, Hellbrontv Springs, girl.
1'. L. Hamiter, Mrs. Walnt Red- being dent and curt indifferent. "Welcome will not be an easy one. was here during the boom. twenty hours a day. My week say that the end of Its dream is Mr. and Mrs Wesley Calvin

or Mrs. Hart Buddy!" says a store sign. "No Now come with me on a visit Why If you think it's hard to get end profits were unbelievable, but near. McCord, Feb. 21. Stark, boy.




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'. :' ; (! :r e;j The Bradford County Telegraph lies series have of debacles been subjected.We to which. we and our Al- HULLABALOO a evening.Joe son movie, Walter. in Jacksonville dined and Saturday attended I

<. 14, KfttabllHbed:: 1877B. are changing our views fast now. ABOVE Lander is recovering froma i

0 "d' L. Mattiiewa _________ KJItor and Owner In military circles, and to a lesser extent in severe case of chicken pox. add
= .. ._. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Richardsonand
} .
f ---- -
,: ; --- -StBKCKHTION- ATE the public mind, the fact that a defensivewar children, Joe, Charlotte, Kay

\1; is a losing war is being fully acceptedand and Alice, of Evinaton spent Sun-
\,''' i'' ,;:, Yearly $L.73; Six Months, .I.()()- day as guests of their cousins,
"" realized. The blueprints are being made : -4--
oIl" 'J. :ed'Sec ___Mr. and Mrt J. A. Bouvier. Lit
f $i fubllshed Weekly on Friday* and En for taking the battle to the foe once our tie Patricia McRae returned home DON OB

). ..k! ;,1: .f .sid Chwa M.tter at the Post Office at Starke, Wle.I4I potentially limitless power in men and wea- By LYTLE HULL with them after visiting her
j' '.1.1hi grandparents for three weeks. -
oons can be organized. It is significant that
Quarter-Horse and MilerWhat Dr. and Mrs. Walter Murphreeand

Roosevelt's Promise Of Offensive our airplane-building program calls for a a change has occurred in (except the smart boys" who *1- daughter, Mary Kay, 0 f ELEANOR . *J Ja2n'eV

:H ''Jf' Is Good News To Americans relatively small proportion of pursuit planes,, the mental atmosphere within the way know everything beforehand Gainesville and Camp Standing affair Eleanor RooseveJ1,

i, which are primarily instruments of defense,, last week or ten dayil The news -after it has happened) even if it were spend-the-day guests of Mr. daily which tl&e h4i,
f t f. President Roosevelt's statement, in hisi11' grows worse and worse every day Is a bitter pill to swallow. 'Let'sgo" and Mrs. J. R. Kite Saturday.Mr. much of newspaper as made II
: and for high portion of long-range bombers they did of Oai
a -and every day Americans be- Is in everybody's heart now; of
that theIkl and Mrs. Paul McLendon Hawaii is
J l1 talk to the nation Monday night the best
arid In consciousness Is ezs-
; and dive bombers, which are entirely Instruments come more aroused and "tougher"and ; everybody's have been
offensive in the have the knowledge that can win both visited relatives in Jacksonville offered since
United States would take the by the time Japs we began of how far lilt
\ of offense. slapped them on the nose once or in the Pacific and In the Atlantic. Sunday.Mr. to we sun
I .I the Pacific as soon as possible brought encouragement Where will the United Nations strike? twice more they are going to be When the Japanese attacked the and Mrs. Harvey King of ty"Ito which reach we that much t

t : to the American people who real mean and nasty. And when United States and Britain they bad Eldorado, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs.A. today.; are i IUPP08ed 11
v No man can answer that now. Much will that start to the first
they get way they planned. step by step It
l: tj have had little to bolster their spirits since depend on what further successes the Axis fight.! And when they start to fight : phase of this new war. That. as Smith of Mrs.of Omaha Madge, Bozarth.Mr. Ill., are. of us doesn't feel about matter much bot
safer to be their side. All far board of strategy can guests
\ December 7. it is on as any Justification! in employing
f achieves. Now that Singapore is gone, tremendous the bunk about a democracy beIng plan ahead with any degree of cer and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell I at $4,600 a

L '.4 4\\ The great lesson already learned from numbers of Jap troops, fully equipped too handicapped to be as efficient tainty. The miscalculations which and' their five daughters visited I the physical; year fitness to take chtJ
H"1, thef1:1" as a "one-man-rule" country occur during the Initial phase of a Office divisa I
World War II is this-victory belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mack in I of Civilian
: 1: can be used for the assault on the suddenly fades as the democ. war, and the reactions of the opposing I of minor Defen,5
i I importance
\': !" aggressor-to the nation which carries the Dutch East Indies, India, and even Aus- racy really goes into action. tide-make the outline of the Mlcanopy Sunday. spending a few billion When 11
his Axis There is an established law of na. second phase very problematicaLIt Mrs. Sidney Dod on returned month doUu,
L : battle to the enemy. Hitler and tralia. Every position Japan has taken or ture that a man fights harder for is probable that the Japanese Friday from an extended visit I when huge on our departments defense P oiW

mates have consistently followed that principle something which belongs to him miscalculated this first phase to i WL
will take must be won back. There must with her son, Virgil, and family I frantically built up
than will the man who is nothingbut the extent that they were even more overnight
take theiil. in Clearwater. to guard the
have not hesitated to I interests
':, They eventually be air attacks on Japanese industrial the servant of his governmentand successful than their plans con I citizens: there of 8U,

t :: greatest risks if the possible gain was worth areas. Africa-where the German Is fighting for something which templated. That Is fine for themas Mrs. Mildred McCrary of Jacksonville I I wrong decisions will which be pl ,
; his master owns. And there Is far as it goes: but neverthe- Is the attractive guest of a lot w1l1
r'l' ,11 the gamble. Their's is the most daring plan forces under Rommel have retaken much another law of nature-that a man less It throws out of gear their original I Mr. and Mrs. P. D Fancher.Mr. I I Maybe more Mrs.than Roosevelt$4,600 a 1e8l,

warfare in the history of armed conflict. fights much harder when ha is In a second phase with the did t
of plan result friend a break.
lost be
'L ground-must placed firmly under and :Mrs.! Robert Kite visited I Most of i lit ill
bad hole than he does when he has that from now on It is "catchas
I\f\ Mt The grave losses which the United Na- Allied control. Finally, most military authorities everything coming his way. The catch can" for everyone. This Mrs. Slna K. Blitch in JacksonJ J also ourselves isn't once unreasonable In a white

tions have taken may be laid, in part, to the are certain i distasteful as the most magnificent fighting In the history may be cold comfort to us ordinary ville Sunday. I I that Mrs. Roosevelt was to e i
'! of warfare is recorded by such folks. but to the military strategist Mrs. J. L. Robinson and Mrs. I that Miss Chaney
i'i: : once commonly held belief that it would be thought is, that the war cannot be ended "back to the wall" stands as Wellington it means that the long-prepared H. L. Parker are shopping and I Job to which she was could bllldlt

( possible to fight a defensive war and still and his allies at Waterloo; Blitz Is drawing to Its close and Personally. a9slilll(!
without I an Allied invasion of Hitler's visiting in 'Jacksonville today. I doubt If net,
the Greeks at Marathon: the Yan- that from now on we also can take
ii: win. France pinned her faith on the Magi- Europe. He must be beaten, in short, on his kees at Gettysburg: the French at the offensive here and there, and Mrs. Robert Chapman is visit- for is necessary.all the furor But I think tilt J
Verdun and recently the ing Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman.Mrs. about the I
not Line which her military leaders said was home ; more not always the defensive. ment all the
!1 grounds. Russians at Moscow and MacAr- This war is like a mile race between J. W. Edwards, after caused by the moral
: \ impregnable-and today she i is a beaten, This is' a project which staggers the thur's men in the Philippines. a "quarter-horse" and a "dis spending a week as guests of Mr. should be put publicity ft.

:33j starving, slave nation. England at firstfiJi' It required the rotten news wblch tance-runner"; and if the present and Mm.\ M. E. Griner, has returned shoulders of the squarelr politicly
imagination. By comparison with this is In to
daily jolt
war, now pouring us International alliances remain as
to her home in Griffin New-Deal haters
thought she could bring Hitler to his knees World War I was only a skirmish. Its demands all into a realization of the job we they are today, the "distancehorse"Is mongers rather than and the .!
on t tilt
through the use of that classic weapon, the have on our hands. You can feel almost obliged to win-unless be Ga.Rev.. Fred Yerkes, rector of St. shoulde.a of the wife of the P
: ; on our resources and our populationare the change all around you. Already breaks all four legs. The Allies dent of the United
: blockade-and today Hitler is master of all already infinitely greater-and will be- people are rushing their income can lose the entire Western Pacific Mark's Church in Starke. was the States.

ijd Europe and exploiter of all its resources. tax payments (strange as -and may-but when we have dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. UNITY crill
l. come greater still. It is not only possiblebut that may seem); buying more defense passed the "half way mark" in Bryan Whitfield Sunday.Mr. Even without ]
,11 t At the beginning Russia too placed her bonds; volunteering for some this race we will begin taking back looking Into fa
.:! -\ probable that it will last five years or and Mrs. Moe Hershfleld tails of I'aft-alre Mayris, lu]
useful service, and in their
hopes on defensive positions, such as the so- To pulling I that territory through precisely the of New York City are guests of I parent that most of the wcim
f' more. recapture lost positions, especi- belts generally with a now thor same means with which the Japs
called "Stalin Line and saw them destroyed oughly awakened determination to MI'. and Mrs. B. Hershfleld. I about it was cooked up by fa Pi
It from
-l.tf 1i', ally when overwater operations involved are taking us today-a pre ident's "ill-wishers." .
are Mrs. W. E. Malone entertained
"go to war. This bad news is ponderance of men, ships and material. I
,, by the invader almost if they were We have
:: is almost invariably a slow, costly and tortuous just what we needed-all of us- the.missionary circle of the Rat- slow Droureia gone t/iumivi far enough..nl.....
j made of paper. Not until the fine Russian job. ford Baptist Church Monday. but the most rabid RoosovelMn

i troops took the offensive was the legend of I by the Japanese after December. TIIERESSA'By Mrs. M. E. Griner and Mm P. to realize there is iomethiiij|

At this moment, the principal Ameri 1. lU.... II. D. May D. Fancher-are spending 'the dayin smacks of unpatriotlsm ties
Nazi shattered. The last
Jr Jtif 1 invincibility ex The House and sent to
'I- passed about
can-British task will be to muster sufficient Jacksonville. being too open ia critical
'j ample-and one of the most tragic examplesof the Senate the War AppropriationBill We are pleased to welcome Mr the President.
f, naval strength to deal with the strong Ger- providing nearly $4 billion to Most all of the
\ \ l the fallacy of defensive warfare i s and Mrs. M. Paine as new residents Deeds FiledC. Roosevelt
t man surface fleet which took the incrediblerisk expand the merchant fleet. The of our community.W. done things which they und*,
,' found in the fall of Singapore, the greatest Senate passed a bill authorizingan ly regret. They have all bad I
'" t of attempting to from Brest virtually H. Hall and family and K. A. Knight, Ben Rowe "and at
receiving unfavorable puttd
naval base ever built in the world. The Eng additional $100,000,000 appro- S. Sibley are on the sick list. Charles Hardy-as CommissionersIn It
was only a few months
within sight of the api
$j; lish believed the Maylayan jungles would Dover Coast-and priation for expanded Navy man- Henry Hardee of Ft. Benning Partition-to R. V. Coleman we were all in a dither OVII i

1"1: make land attack on this bastion impossible. succeeded. If that fleet is loosed in the At- I I'acturlng and production facilities Ga., visited. friends and relatives Lake City. Feb. 10; Trustees of "Captain Jimmy" affair. Wbsi

1' lantic, as it no doubt will be after repairsare hcre ,Friday. the Internal Improvement Fund of month's Roosevelt story will It|

I; i The Japs proved otherwise. Mrs. Arthur Mllllksn and children the State of Florida to T. J. Alderman don't know and don't can
made at Helgoland base, it will be the SUGAR; CARDS READY: SOON I I I But I do know It's not golnftl
I b ; Here in our own country, most of us worst threat which has Price Administrator Henderson of Ocala were visiting Mr. Feb. 11; Trustees of the us one bit of good in tryuif.
: yet appeared to Internal Fund of Florida
and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan last week. to RubyA.
announced three consumer forms this war to sit back and cntu
rI 'I< have been defensive minded" instead of Britain's long Atlantic lifeline. Its destruc- lor ugar rationing are expectedto Mi-3. Lydia Hall and little Hayes, Feb. 11; I. I. Fund to j the Roosevelts. Maybeit'mJ

:: m.o\ "war minded." The great natural barrier tion or immobilization is vital. be printed and distributed by granddaughter Grace Dlckenson, J. S. Eunice, Lawtey Feb. 11; ,'Joyable; parlor sport, but It'i r
in Trustees of the I, I. Fund to to be an expensive
March 7. He said there will be were Starke Thursday of last one-expo
provided by our oceans has been' our solace. It may be another ;year before the two registrations for rationing week., James H. Eunice, Lawtey, Feb. in both lives and security-It j

if We took pride in our latent ower, and United Nations are in a position to wa"e cards, one for hbusewlves and another Mr. j and Mrs. Ben Loper and 11; Beck,: sAL GreggHardware carry; it to to raise the Havoc point where with tilt atlnues

tj'l I'lL J thought that no nation, least of all Japan, offensive war on a big scale. But for small commercial users. Mrs. W. C. Loper were shopping Co.. a corporation of Fulton tale which we are having nd|
t one Petroleum Coordinator Ickes said in Starke Saturday.Mr. County, Ga., to Arch Prevatt ficulty in building.MUDSLINGING.
: would dare attack And at last decades
I' t t us. so, can now logically doubt that we must wage nation-wide rationing of petrol and Mm C. Sullivan visited Feb. 14. Herdla Flume and F.

of defensive wishful thinking decades that kind of war if we are to win. The eum products may be necessary their son, Felix, who la stationed F. Flume, her husband; Onella free

l 4l of inaction, decades of avoiding unpleasant Axis has effectively demolished all if other methods fall to prevent I'at McDill Field near Tampa Sun- Mills and R. W. Mills, her husband love This war is between inns
past con- George Dover and Vera freedom and those who*
1 truths-have resulted in the shortages on both coasts. He an- day.Mr. ; it. It III
grim of Right through the war
1nJ cepts the potency of defensive
warfare. nounced regulations g o v e r ning and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey were Dover, his wife; Helen Hlnson portant that we hold on to il|

sales of fuel oil to all East coast shopping in Starke Friday. Stewart, as Administratrix of the the freedom that we possible n

i: consumers to keep stocks at a Mrs. L. R. Lambert of Washington estate of Ethel M. Hinaon, deceased which includes the freedom to qclze.

1J THIS WEEK IN THE WAR reasonable minimum and to pre is visiting her parents, Mr. one of the heirs of the : .

1 4( vent hoarding. The Justice Department and Mrs. H. D. May for a few estate of Perry Dover, deceased; But we must guard against:]
1 I1IS 1 dayy. Helen Hinson Stewart as admin- clam that is exaggerated i
(A summary of Information on the Important said it is prepared to
j I week. tnarl.l available >>y official iauru In the Office development of Government* of the prosecute all violators of wartime istratrix of the estate of Arthur or played up for an ulterior n
l 1I.Iorb. Washington, D. C. Undoubtedly the man wi>>
) ]
,.I'J' industrial r e g u lations Including FLA. STATE FARMBy I G. Hlnnon, deceased; and Helen Joyed the Chancy affair moM
MUST "FIGHT OUR WAV OUT" retary of State Welles said priorities, allocations, Hlnson Stewart and her husband> *
ans- thousands of men now deferred rationingand E. R. Itouvler Adolf Hitler. To him it men ]
:rD" 0 Secretary of War Stlnoaon told wers from the Vichy Governmentto price control.PROTECTION Courtney Stewart as being the there was still plenty of''
? '1 his press conference this nation this country 1 In regard to due to teeth and* eye defects. BRIDGE CLUB sole heirs at law of the estate of among us. Probably hit
f ia confronted with a situation in French aid to Axis forces In Director Hershey Instructed local FROM: MI'8.V.. N.' North was the Ethel M. Hinson, deceased andas almost as much as he doe

,( which, we cannot "buy our way North Africa were considered un draft boards to defer labor leaders SAHOTAGK gracious hostess of the weekly and being all the sole heirs at stories which Indicate that no

) out or produce our way out" and satisfactory. Mr. Welles sold the and Government labor liaison men President Roosevelt authorizedthe bridge club Thursday. Mrs. I... law of the estate of Arthur O. us are mad at the British sboU I n:

", l1l the only way left is to "fight our French Ambassador had reported to permit continuance of their Secretary of War to move out F. Chapman won high score and Hinson, deceased-all these being thin winning Englishmen more battles being or mad

i, [fh way out by Intelligent offensive however, n o commitments have I work in aiding war productionand of vital defense areas any persons Mrs. J. G. Godwin bingo. Prizeswere I the sole heirs of the estate of Perry for trying to run things too a

action." Every effort Is being been made by the French to to defer men engaged in believed inimical to the tT. S. war Defence Stamps. Mrs. North Dover, deceased to H. E. To him those stories mean tIuI'

it: made to build powerful armed Japan in regard to Madagascar. maintenance of essential agricultural effort-citizens and aliens alike. assisted by her mother Mrs. J. O. Tucker and Annette L. Tucker, morale isn't what it might M

!'!if'' 1 forces, he said and when condition activities. Men registered Attorney General Riddle said the Beavers of Tallasee, Ala., served man and wife, Feb. 14. J. W. Pre- None of these stories I Is of aol

't.\; warrant. they will "seize 1'ltOUCt'TJOSND February '16 will be called ior Induction FBI hap apprehended almost 4- delicious refreshments consisting vatt and Leota Prevatt, his wife, portance except as example

}. I, every opportunity" to strike at CONVERSION only after local boards 000 alien enemies since the out- of fruit salad, potato sticks, Ritz to Harrington Chandler, Feb. 16; what not to do. ConstrucUVI

". ; the enemy. In the meantime, the The War Production Board announced have exhausted their existing Hats, break of the war. Approximately cracker. and coffee. Each plate Lola F. Cole, a widow, to Eugene cism. suggestions for Improv

'Ii't! U. S. must be prepared to take war production of the he said. A lottery in March will one-third of these are Japanese was adorned with a little hatchet Finley and Wife Charity FInley, of and exposure will of be any welcome major i*.

sporadic attacks along Its coasts "big three" automobile companies determine the order of classification from California, 0 r eg1 0 nand In a tree stump appropo of the of Duval Co., Feb. 16; Josephine through power the war. But thost |

,"f'jf Mr. StlmpHon aald. becau e "if we -General Motor, Chrysler and and induction. Questionnaires Washington. dateIra.. J. W. Dunn of Paducah Finley as Guardian of the estateof who go in for name-callint

(I""'' scatter our forces for the defensive Ford-will be running ut a rate on vocational experiencewill Ky., Mrs. L. A. Shepherdand Billy Finley and Roland Fin- slinging and scandal mow*

''1'ilr .,'h? it Is the surest way to de- of almost $11 billion when they be sent to every registrantwho l'IUOttITlESND Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were tea ley minors, to Corley Johns and aimed at causing unnecesunj!

\ _!'llf'. feat." rencn peak production on present has not yet been called for ALLOCATIONS, guests. Mamie Johna.m_, _ITeh.__. _IR_- _-T.. _nr._. tr_*_. ternal- diaruntlnnn. will soon r 1
President Roosevelt told hilIprellll ord ",. The companies will need service. The WPB froze all stocks of wards and Lucille C.: Edwards. bout aspo'pular as a labor

f'j conference that under certain 900,000 to 1,000,000 workers as new mechanical refrigerators except COMMUNITY CLUB his wife to the City of Starke, who calls. a strike in a deteaOdustry J

;ti' condition enemy plan I o a compared with a peacetime peakof THE WAR FRONT those in the hands of retail- The Community Club enjoyed a Feb. 19; L. B. Alexander and

iIl could bomb clUes an far Inland as :;::;0,000. The Board paid war Gen. MacArUiur reported continuous ers, In preparation for conversion : program meeting Tuesday after Nora Alexander, his wife, of Ala- VOTES selfish

411 Detroit or enemy ships could' shell expenditures authorized by Congress fighting on the Bataun of this $280,000,000 Industry and noon. Father Murphy of Starke cbua County, to W. E. Wilson of I With politically minded In*

.411. New York City. Coiweas/ completed including pending bills and Peninsula and battery attack, on Its 36.000 workers to war produc. gave a pleasing address on Character Alachua County, Feb. 12; Eva als already using Mrs Ro '

action on the 100000.000 Leml-Lease, totaled $Ui: billion the fortifications throughout the tlon. All refrigerator productionwill and Recreation. Roberta Mae Thomas and her husband A. actions as vote-hunting anton

appropriation for the Office of February 15.: The Armv Ordnance -"weelc. The Navy announced the end April 30 the Board said. Whltfteld Bill Col 0 n. Mack J. Thomas, to Callie D. Gay. Feb. it is hard to see bOW "J

Civilian Defence, to provide firefighting Department ordered ord destroyer Shaw previously, reported It has also assumed full control of Futch. Billy Overstreet, Freeman 16; Mrs. Dora Alderman, a widow, going to bolster up our unity chief

;1 equipment, gas mask*. nance chlefn In the 13 districts of lost at Pearl Harbor December the entire 1942 raw cane sugar Register and Jean Edwards who to Nelson T, Green and! wife, Win is an that election year.influential The le>>

protective clothing and emerg the U. S. to provide engineering 7, arrived at a U. S. West supply curtailed use of critical compose!! the Starke High School ifred Green Feb. '1 6 ; Lindsay such as enough Wendell Willkie. WI

ency medical supplies. OKHlBtance to small manufacturers i Coast port, Is being repaired and materials In manufacture of all Junior Orchestra, gave several se Griffis and Ruby GriffIn, man and labels on all partisan acti-

: AH b.tant Secretary of State whose plants could be converted |I with In a few weeks will be in musical Instruments. and restricted lections which were very much : wife to Ruby Griffis, Feb. 17; bels which will make It ellil

Berie, rpeaklng In Des Molnes. to arms production. service again on the high seas. A use of natural gas. appreciated. Mrs. R. H. Cox and Callie D. Gay and her husband, every voter when anyone II
lU. S. tanker was torpedoed off Mrs. J. ing selfish the expo
A. at
Bouvler gain
Iowa hostesses, S. G. Gay to Eva
: said the U. S. Is determined Mae Thomas,
VOLUNTEERS: RUSH AIOIY: I the East Coast and survivors were served cookies j k his country.
Ii to fight on aggressive war, rather 'I brought to A Lot Of Trouble and coffee. Feb. 16: Marirarett Albert... widow.- to '"
Jacksonville while U. There be much
I The IIous'O : won't
y & than a defensive one. and "the passed and sent to FIRST AID formerly Margarett Brown, to C. of *
the Senate the S. forces Inflicted enemy losses For Forty Cents COURSE about if the followers boJ
i, fruit of victory will be avalhble ,War new $32 billion ,which Included: 10 planes one Miss Nettle May Fowler of P. Chandler and H a r r i In gton I ties will take the advice *
to every free people Appropriation Bill which Chandler, Feb. 16; C. P Chandler W. Martin RepulllicsDI *>
throughout. Lake Jr..
large and one small enemy trans- According to One Butler Is In truth demon.
the world." Mr Berle 'I provides $23 billion for the Army Wiggins and wife Sally Chandler of the house of representative*
Ill U4 "We I ptratlng to I
and a
port one B,000-ton at spirit of
ship J. W. patriotism
., and cargo Andrews'
more than
(. $3 billion for Harrington said talk
can no longer think of Chandler, Feb. 16 Gut in a recent :
ourselves ;
Lend-Lease. sunk and two enemy barges des Ford garage, If the thief Satur- and loyalty by coming to the
ao a supply base Our work The Senate passeda I Farm five W. FInley to Charley Johns Feb. "With the fate of the war JJ
troyed. day
nights of the
night bad
I Is more than that of making bill to authorize payment of, been wise, he two week for 16; M. E. Hazen and husband, E. ln. in the balance no man (oran T
guns would weeks
j: and planes and tanks. Winning allotments for one year to dependents N.n"1FACES/ BIGGEST JOB not have had nearly so after teaching school M. Hazen to M. F. Hazen and should think of injecting PJ
much every day. to instruct *
trouble m1
of in opening a a First Aid Into the effort. W
mere war
Tc4 II the war Is now America's job." personnel : Navy Secretary Knox said the cash Class. The wife Clara P. Hazen. Feb. 17; ,
captured listed register. Going into course was finished lain the greatest non.parUa"ciency
or the
#.t He said all signs point to big of as missing. Voluntary i Navy operating I over three- garage office last night with the of Lindsay Griffls and wife, Ruby procurable among (ow
enlistments Sunday. Mr. ex
i4l;! fensives this I I n January fourtho of the Wig Griffls. to Lindsay Griffls "
spring against the totaled globe under the gins missed the, aminations. Those Feb. 000,000 free capable people-
United States 90,000 double the highest I heaviest burden in Its history, Later on cash register. had a covered dish participating 17; T. J. Alderman and, Clara us a great non-partisan AJW
World War during the supper whena
figures. day Ben
The War must now protect U. S. shores gift of Alderman his wife, to Mrs. O. S. effort. Let men and women
FOKKION RELATIONS Department reported American I and coetal commerce, strategic I Holtzendorf police officer reported claw appreciation from the Kuter Feb. 17; Callie and Clara ery party; of every ectio..2i
:&l.I1 President pilots In the Chinese that some children was presented to Miss Fowler of
Roosevelt! announced Air Forces : areas vital to our defense the playing Alderman,, his wife, to Mrs. O. S. country; of every phase
1iiI; a loan "are giving in a vacant lot back of the by Mrs. Robt. Kite. tional life great pu
new to Russia U planned Japanese airmen the I I American Republics and the flow gar- : Kuter. Feb. 17; Callle D. Gay and Join In one aon"
4.a because the worst licking of the age had found the missing victory. With such an
original Lead-Lease war of supplies to Great Britain. It piece NEW ARRIVALMr. 'hu band, S. O. Gay to Alive
of will
si authorization of a billion dollars I Knocking down more than 10 Jap I must check Japanese aggression office had been equipment.It : and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Marie Kelley, Feb. 17; Mike Mar- not fall.
planes for turned
has been obligated for future do- every loss" of their upside-down.
I until "we can muster our forces Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley wentto uca. and Netta Maruca, his' wife
'.?c'l liverlcs. Commitments own. The Army Signal Wiggins stated. the wooden New School Time
for making Corps Isl and fend It hurtling back whence bottom had been Jacksonville Sunday to make to J. H. Kirkland, Feb. 18; Ger-
American war materials seekingcivilian engineers to fill It came." The Navy announced knocked out. and the acquaintance of their new trude Handelnman, a, free' dealer tar'
radio and 30c and "We experimented
available 40c
to Russia were maintained telephone positions in had been LouU
launching of grandson. Reese and
Civil Service a battleship four taken. Seeing he had Clinton Bradley. wife Yetta past two weeks with tw
up to schedule until December jobs paying $2,600 been foiled, Shafkln
destroyers and Jr., who arrived to Ben
to a submarine chas! the thief Thursday at St. Fabrlkant. of with U be
7. Delivery of for $3,800 annually. tried to cover the schedule In keeping
supplies er. The Navy said up Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. ICings County, New York I.
; 1,000 Naval cash Reese Feb. E.
; register In
t.1 the Soviet Union slowed down In Selective Service the dirt. Demon 19. change said Principal
Headquarters and Marine
Corps officers and was the former Rivers "s1l4
r i4 December: and January, he said, announced new Army physical enlisted men and strating. Mr. Wiggins stated that Hundley. llama last Monday
.1 but will be 1,200 civilians all he would have had schedule is follows:
brought do
back up tot standards for inductee will In the Pacific to was BIlLED INDEX as 'I'
per- war area C.-\UD5-Sdl of
.' schedule: by Maish 1. Under Sec- mit reclaSHfflcatlon us Class 1-A were taken prisoners presumably of simply to pull the lever and theregister Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin and SI per BRADFORD COUNTY "9:30 A. M. opening p",
i. war would, have school 12:20 to 1:10: ,
opened. their gueat.i M. B. Grainger and TEL. OR\pn. ; noon :
dismissal of school at 3.30: rrA -

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r 'h lpEBRVARY


rHigh School Journalrial Resigns From OCD ,


E> r

Java Calls for Increased Aid From

I Senior Biographies Building Better Happiness Includes .:

\KL'liiG CILVNCE8 CARRIE BELLE BENNETT Bradford zens Kindness To OthersThe Australia as Japs Intensify Attack;

of us spend our lives COKER I First War Deaths
any of one kind or an- One of our young married Sen- Bradford High School is dearto old adage "Don't Judge on American Soil ,. t

cea as children, youngd ior girls has decided to "give In" us> as It is, but would we not others by yourself" would hold tA1 ,

Even young girls In school and let us have the Inside view be more proud of It If we could true in my case since my standard Caused by 'Dud' Torpedo at Aruba

L which may of her life this week. She is Car- Is not very high.

atal chances to us at present or rie Belle Bennett Coker born boast of a new building? Our Most people are too quick to EDITOR'* NOTE Wk.. ..10.1.... ... .*pr..... I. th.. .. ..(...... lk. ins.
April 7, 1923, In Highland FlorIda building has been a good one, but judge a person by what little is ... th... .( ... .... .,,.ly.t ..< ..! B....M-lr .l this ............y

onTcomes: >> to school withZn While very young Carrie it has, Indeed, seen Its day. The known or said about him. They (R.le .ed by Wtstorn Newspaper Ulllon)

prepared he is tak- Belle moved about quite a bit and roof is no longer in good condition Judge by a single action Idea or JAVA 8
the teacher will she began school In Lawtey. How- characteristic, not cons Iderlng : ARUBA:
that for time It rains we
ance him and learn aboutlenclel. ever, her folks decided to settle every I that every person has his bad Goal of laps History Made
on get soaked. A great number of
copies for Starke and she entered here moments a* well as his good
When one The fall of Singapore represented The first
deaths Americansoil
books and have been ruin- moments. Then when the war on
Is.taking in the second grade and has papers person
'ola another, he con- I the winning of a major -victory occurred at the Dutch island of
e that It will not appear tinued with our B. H. S. force ed simply because the roof leaked has his good moment, they are for the Japanese, but tactically it Aruba shortly after American troop

test. If It does, he will down through the years until to- and this does not only occur in prejudiced. by his off-moment action was considered the moving of the had arrived there to take over Its

day. western end of a Jap pincers move- defenses.
one room but In almost one '
sometimes proves Foll.owlnghe\ regular outlineset every If a person were at his best all ment directed not so much at In- Two days after the arrival of these Mayrls Chancy, professional
work ,,
ry of them, ,the hall',Included. How the fthere' would be nothingfor dia dancer whose appointment to the
thera by o t r students, Carrie a* at Java. troops had been announced, German
ecause tricks I can a school progress if it does him to work toward. Perfec- For physical fitness program *f the Office -
on Belle wishes to express' her likes, the entire capture of the East submarines attacked the harbor,
r memory plays I not work under at least, normal tion is what mankind works toward i Indies .l Civilian Defense provoked
and with
which are movies, skating, and It the enormous oil lank: or damaged seven tankers with r
to reading; her only dislike being conditions? Other schools do not and even though he will producUon vitally needed by Japan a lots of 89 seamen, and then shelled congressional wrath' as she dictatedher
of students manage have to do it. Why should we? never attain \this goal. It Is well had renlgnatloa to OCD Director
perforce to be
silly people. Her hobby la taking regarded as the the big Standard Oil refinery onshore .
and pass but' when theyer We have not only the leaking worth working for. ,James M. Landla. "Beeavse I wish
pictures. For her favorite color major objective, with Java at Its .
and trying: to work for roof to deal with, which shouldbe center a* farther altercation which might. ,
she chooses yellow ( Many people are never given American plane took the air
any resemblance "
ves, they find that they of the particular shades she enough In itself but there Is the chance ,to'' unfold. They are This had been proved by the spotted the tub and reported afterward came disunity and delay she yearl i
by I "I with ( tei aside If It is
enough get that matter of Twenty o *
know likes to the color of the Japs ia space. kept, by some means, in the events that had followed the tri that they had reason to believe will." I'
world. merely coincidental) and her fav- years ago it may have been adequate -: environment which is not suitable umphal entry of the Malayan army at least one of them was sent to the
not always pay to take but this Is 1942, and the to into Singapore. bottom. I
s orite song is "Be Honest With I their talents. Therefore it is
when such an important Me." She expects everyone to be school has more than doubled hardly fair to say that a personis Intensified Japanese attack had Two day later, after the damage MAC ARTHUR J
concerned, and !since It was built We get jam- started Ball and island to the had :
is life Is Just that, too. On the screen worthless because he never did on been checked up and gone over, I
ne has to make his own James Cagney catches her eye med in the balls while changing anything noteworthy. east of Java, a* well a* stronger a dud torpedo, 18 feet long, was Increased Bombardment :
he Is workingand classes and the classrooms are movements to increase the found
world, Japanesehold on the harbor lands.
the more than any other of the Even if a person's parentaaren't Despite II number of strong .p-
to live. definitely too small. In a room on Sumatra the Invaders fanning Immediately Identified/ German
the right a* a
dashing young men and she picks anybody, it Is no sign that peals that General MacArthur betaken
which was normally built to seat out from Sumatra'
Palembang torpedo four Dutch officers
him for her best-liked actor. the person himself l la nobody too. out of Luzon for a more Important -
about 25 we cram from 35 to 40. largest city.Java' .
were assigned to the delicate task of '
TimeAdvantage One might look at a and command, Washington had
Extra The moat person
exciting of
In one room there are not enough population of 40,000,000 had taking It apart.In .
say "Oh well his father la let It be known that no such move ,
her life a
came on December 9, and desks or tables to supply the been told "the enemy I I. at our the midst of their work it exploded
was her marriage to Sergeant number of students and they heel and look at his mother. What gate," and to prepare Its defense"to killing them all. They were was afoot.

onday, February 9, when Foster H. Coker of Camp Blan- must sit on chairs and write on could you expect of him" If the the last ditch." At the same tho first casualties on land In the made While new heroes were being ."4"+
person were shown kindness In- daily, the Congressional Medal) _I
edule was changed, a new. ding.Although their laps.!! How can anyone con- time Java called for increased aid American hemisphere of Honor having been voted to a '
stead of he ,
was added to take care of. she is married now centrate in such an environment? sneers, might perform from Australia, but it wa not Immediately In the meantime the torpedoing Filipino \
deed for mess sergeant irI.
30 or 40 minutes of the she doesn't Intend to let that spoil It gives the Impression to tiny fact some great of the mankind. In apparent what Australia in the Atlantic were continuing asserted that it wa the ,ennal'. ,

ring this period students her plans to be a career woman. visitor that we are "packed like done some have been greatest done in thingsever could or would ?o, embattled as it heavy. Including the first' linking of own wish to remain with his faithful I t.

Ie to catch up with their She hopes to get a position as a sardines" which Is not an exag- home conditions rather spiteof than was In a belated effort. to straightenout a Brazilian hip in the present war. troops as long as If was possible to l

f they are behind or get, stenographer for some .large busi- geration in any sense of the with their ald.Man's Its own defense This was the liner Buarque'. a com- carryon the good fight

et day's lesson. ness firm after :finishing her high word. Would it not seem only Some commentator figured the bination freight and passenger ship, The mess\ sergeant was Jose Calu- \

different clubs ana organ-' school life. It isn't an easy mat- fair for a school the size of our'sto inhumanity to man has Japanese occupation of Java, and sent to the bottom oil the coast of gasp who received the highest award,

s meet at different days ter to be a housewife and business be able to have an auditorium caused countless tho usands to with it control of all the Dutch East Virginia. The sinking Will not Immediately within the giving power of the government

this period. As follows: woman at the same time but where class plays and assemblies mourn. Indies a* "a matter of day," while announced in Brazil a* it The citation told how.

Squad Mondays. we all know that if anyone can may be held? Not so with us. We -Martha Markey. others thought it might be a long was the annual carnival time, and when, an American gun WM put -t'

Staff Tuesdays.Club do it Carrie Belle can. The best have to break up ours Into class battle, and that substantial defenseof the government wa afraid that serious of action Caluga, not even !in that "

paper Wednesdays' and of luck to you from the Senior rooms in order to at least- beginto Odds And EndsThe the remainder of the East Indies rioting against Axis national outfit, ran 1,000 yards without orders -

class. accommodate the large num- was quite possible. might occur. The ship carried 74 entirely beyond his duty and I

Club Thursdays.take -- ber of students. There is no placeto highlight of the year for However that might be. Allied in the crew and 11 passenger. Two under heavy enemy fire, to the 1\1II.//

advantage of everyour DORIS LORANB DYAL AND hold programs and meetings.It the Seniors and they hope for the rank would give a good deal to were lost, 83 saved. Arrived there he called for volunteers

time for we DOROTHY ANITA NORMAN is our Impression that all of rest of you, too, Is the publicationof know which way the Nipponese cat and himself organized II gun I

one to spare lose. U we Bit Idle these things go together to com- their long dreamed of annual. was planning to Jump if, a* and when RESULTS : crew, put the !gun back Into actions|
As the school days of the seniors education but If the East Indies had fallen to the again and continued st his
study period at school, plete our we are you happened to have seen In MarsTtallIslands new post I
draw to a conclusion, they not allowed because of Inade- smoke rolling out of Tax AssessorHaye's enemy. as long as the battle continued.The .
vill we do in life when we Wa it going to be an all-out offensive When an assault force of U. S. '
to last look to the fall of had evidently I
little time pause give one quate space, to even attempt it. office, along about four Singapore
spare and know that it Is against India or were the cruisers, destroyer and aircraft released for I
past, one o'clock Japanese plane
We every evening last week, many
-Cleo Norman. are, by no means, attempting Admiral
carrier commanded Vice
Japs, conscious that an eventually by
of their duties to leave a record It waa not a real flre.aa the battle of Luzon.Washington .
to either schoolor you
criticize the
Allied naval air and land William F, Halsey. attacked '
of 1 it,1n B. H. S. so that as the the but probably found out, but was Mr.Haye's winning quizzed as to why air: ,
public, we are tryingto .
could be launched
th Grade News8A generations come and go, they can furnish facts, plain truths, young son, Enos. He was reinforcements were not being tent;
them from
Australia to turn their
look back and see just what old so earnestly engrossed In the to Bataan, stated that "plenty of;
will make Im- pro-
which we hope, an
force toward Cape York?
B. H. S. really did have and cedure of typing that frictionwas bombers" would have been sent "if)
citizens. Brad- a I i
pression on our
Movements of U. S. ship and
are that one of our had of getting them I :
sorry we
any way
what the graduates of the past ford County has a right to a caused within the machine, :
troop seemed to indicate that "
uplla Is going to leave us there
have done. Our list of remaining the
nice school build- keys being pounded so! heav- .
this country viewed the latter possibility
She Is Town- I
; Dorothy seniors grows smaller as one by ily. Enos was typing and retyp- I'
I ing. Other counties smaller than a* a probability, and that SUGAR:
one they add their biographies to have them should hot ing the material go in the an-
our ; why a* a base for our future operation,
cation certain everyone few'of the had stu-a the huge' red boolu-o B.' H. 8. we have one?' We know that fin- nual, trying not, to make a single Australia and New Zealand seemedto Big Printing Job : $ I

went a Now as we scan the list we see ally they will realize the serious- error, and he succeeded.The offer the best chance for a supply The government printing office j

have away.been absent due to two names that will always be ness of the issue and take the rain last week caused the life-line. had been presented iU biggest Job' 1

linked together. They have al- necessary steps but, in the meantime usual l commotion here. We were hi history, the making of 700.000,000

ur science class we are ways been pals, and as they leave unprepared students are sorely disappointed when it let VIERECK : sugar rationing cards, which shouldbe

start studying- first-aid.go- they wish to have their biOgraphies graduating who may be a bur- up raining, leaving: us with Just Contemptuous Spy in the public's hands on March 7. I'

w rl 11 en together. Of den on the county. The roof Is half enough water to continueour I' Word was that the printing department I t
-Dorothy :Mott. course you know Just who I' am still leaking and we are still swimming exercises. Some- A* the Viereck trial had opened in was "well abreast of the task"

8'x referring to those everlasting "packed like sardines" Won't thing else was missing, too. There Washington, the Nazi agent being and Price Administrator Henderson

are glad to have HerbertIn friends Doris Lorane Dyal and anybody hear our plea? was a shortage of fish, I didn't tried for withholding information of had been photographed looking over
Norman. Doris his activities from the state department the first sheet actually to come from
our room. He Is from Dorothy Juanita see a single one. I didn't know
tlcut. waa born In Starke on August 4, Correct Posture they were using them in he was. painted a* a "con- the presses.
temptuous ..pby William Power While the OPO (another bit of the
t would happen If: 1924 and Dorothy was born In the "Nation's Defense.:

>me, Ralph and Wallacein Starke on August 11, 1924. Theydo Aids Good HealthOne The newest addition to the Mar- Maloney. prosecutor. Vice Admiral William F. Haloey Washington alphabet) was In charge
Maloney said Viereck had used of the printing, It was farming out
recall the exact date of
history not naval
ried Woman's Society Is Hilda commander of the U. S. fore
y talked all the time? their meeting but can always remember usually thinks of posture Haskins, listing her name as Mr, the Congressional Record to propagandize thai carried out the brilliant raidon a lot of the presiwork.
tte in each other as Just Improving one's personal the United States "accord. The Job takes Into consideration
didn't look sleepy? confiding Robert Jackson. Congratulationsand Japanese base, a. he looks over
This it does, but it lag to orders from his Teutonic overlords" the tact that there are 131,000,000
Mae couldn't talk about a about those little girlish secrets, appearance. the best of luck! Incidentally the chart on which he plotted the
is also important in mental and and stated that many long people in the nation and a book and,
> Junior? broken dolls or new I
such as action the
club. against Jap
girls, this Is a very popular
physical health* If an Individual excerpt in the Record from the application form is being printed for
old Crews Sometimes they agree
came to school dressed. Talking of shortage, it seems
"stands tall," with his head up speeches of the late Senator Lun- Japanese bases in the Gilbert and each
e's hair this business of dress very
wasn't so red? upon that some people believe It wouldbe
deen. The first big Job was to get ,
Just ask them. and his body held In lines of Marshall Island they caused substantial paper
-Opal MorrelL thoroughly. Senior Class this symmetry and dignity, he will a greater calamity for a bombto Testimony brought out that typi- losses to the enemy: 38 that would not make the Job easyfor ):
Those In the drop in their back yard thanto
cal title of books published by Fenders counterfeiters
have more of optimism of con- airplanes, one converted aircraft
Grade News year will remember them friendship.as an fidence and of self-respect than If have one of the tires on \the Hall in New Jersey (financedSYLVESTER carrier, one light cruiser on. destroyer It took six paper mills to do thlsj
example of perfect family auto blow out. part of the Job. Three hundred
but his posture Is dejected, stoopingor Mb two submarines, two naval
mandolin music, y ,
l-M Doris' adores careless. I heard that Japan Street in auxiliaries and three fleet oil tank- fifty printing Arms bid on the presswork -'

ay morning we had a Val- Dorothy can do without It. They San Francisco has been changedto erf. Damaged "and perhaps de- for the sugar cards. Twenty-

party with games both go in for all kinds of sports Correct posture keeps the or- Colin Kelly Street honoringthe stroyed" by U. S. attacker were three firms were Anally selected.

made little Valentine baa- and are happiest when I they have gans of the chest from being United States Army filer who ,uyvl three ubmarlne, four auxiliary vessels :
their favorite old faded crowded, places them In their I RUMORS
hlch donned :
the Fairies filled with sank a Japanese battleship. How and an old cruiser. I j t
overalls and are racing for the normal position and gives greaterease about changing Lindberg Drive in vl Condemned by FDR I

best surprise came when horse lot to take a ride on their depth and freedom in St. Louis to MacArthur Drive? OIL:"

Edwards' mother horses Jack and Nellie. They breathing. Deep breathing, which amusing incident hap- Praising to the ikies a front-pag
Valentine cake. brought both adore Southern Florida and accompanies good posture, brings A very the other Both Sides LoseThe cartoon In the Washington Star which
We ate, pened on the campus
6D. the Valentines would not swap places with! a a more generous supply of oxygen The audience reported a destruction of oil Installation excoriated the peddling of rumors
were glv- day.
Yankee for anything. They are Into the blood.Exercises Interesting time. Little in the East Indies, which had been which tended toward disunity President

-Madge illddleton.Grade content 'With the cool salt breeze which strength different very Kenneth Grlder and Charles Law- Y .A Y carried out well by the Dutch a* Roosevelt had told his press
conference that this
of Florida rather than the hum- parts of the body will aid exchanging blows so each more or less important spot fell was s dastardly

drum ,of traffic In New York good posture. Young; people find violently son were that some one steppedup to the Japs, had been terrific at practice and one in which, the city of
News Washington itself was' the worst
exercise in vigorous sports but and separated them. A. they Palembang, where the entire countryside -

City.Doris' biography would not be older people need a less strenuous held back from any was covered with a pall of offender.
3-B the most were being smoke when the refineries were Type of thing be meant he laid
complete without telling program. Excellent sets of directions continued
battle they
are further ,
glad "wisecracks" like "Brit-
to have Included
a new In her life. blown and wn blasted
unforgetable Incident are available for exercising, up
'to each other: "She's my
Raleigh Fowler. shouting ain will to the last American"and
We fight -
|i like our school. hope It happened on her first day of but none should be started with- girl, 'cause she's in my room!" Yet H was a two-edged sword, the arm-chair: generalship like "'We
school. She developed a sudden out a physician's advice. Dutch admitting that In about sit
t Kenneth: "It doesn't make any .
Anderson and Reta Ann ought to get out of the South Pacific,
are absent We miss them fear of her teacher and made up When resting, many people difference whose room she'e In, months, with good fortune the laps we can't win there," and "Why help

uch and hope they will be her mind that she would Just go slide down Into their chair, think June Is my girl!" At this the could manage to repair much of the the Russian, they'll turn on us later

soon. James home. So up she got and politely ing they are resting, but If they spectators tried to smother damage and begin to reiupply themselves ."
Thomas is .
too. walked out of the room and to sit straight they, But the most amusing with oiL ,
We wonder were up laughs. Th fall of Singapore and the escape
why didn't stop until she got home, know how': fact that"June" And In the meantime the oil was
lour science would be surprised to part of It all was the VIERECK of the Bcharnhcnt GnIenau
g about magnets we have been but was greeted by her mother much better they would feel.(I was standing on the sidelines "Ordered ky Ttutonitt OvnlorJi." lost to the Allied fleet, which bad and Prince Eugen from Brest to lief,.'
and how
ork who for some reason unknown to People say "It make me tired' watching her two admirers been fueling from the Dutch sup galand Bight, two major disaster '

a Sheely Doris then, was in a very bad to sit up straight." Maybe it, battling for her. She seemed to by Viereck) were "Lord Lothian plies. that had befallen the British, bad
brought nice seemed to take it out Lord Lothian," "Seven Period And a* oil wa the principal vital
Map for humor and does. If so, they should form a be enjoying it. Immensely. The Against caused a storm of thl*.
our room. to use her in Irish History" and "It Happened necessity for which the laps originally
on her threatening with their *
habit of f sitting up straight any-! onlookers went away It had been Churchill, very much
didn'tgo German had started the war, and as
If she Again. all allegedly
sturdy old paddle, And once It Is formed they! sides splitting. the
nth Newsy way. on tile spot and facing most severe
of it would conceivably i
Grade Of a supply ;
to school the next day. will be paid by the results for The Senior Class Is sponsoringa propaganda."Th press criticism of his career ,
best Who Rule the permit them to continue fighting Indefinitely
course Doris knew what was of It.. of the Border 190 Families '
"misery" i performance who bad coined the phrase "better
book much at least until a major
sensational or
like her
resolved to ,
and I
for her There
Riders next Saturday night. a mllliton around his neck: and
7-1. was publishedwith defeat by the Allied forces, the extent
in propaganda
teacher. tarles but not for the same firm, be a dance ImmedI- used "
are .ia going to disaster In the Indies that h* be cast Into the than to
of the
all sorry to lose :Miss Dorothy's trip to- Daytona for fear that the boss might be ately afterward. Some of the fund from Munich Maloney create disunity.BILLIONS,
as our. activity teacher Beach will never be forgotten, partial to one or the other. In Seniors boy's and girls' mothers aid the government would prove. might be ..een.I .

tea are, certainly glad to have although bad luck seemed to be case they find it necessary to find are sponsoring the dance. Hope :

hen that week-end. Jobs In different fields. Doris will all enjoy it. The bill In
you biggest appropriation
are also Mr. WilliamsIs GIlL I GUTS in th* wuTe' news I
Yfd Is sorry Jessie Doris thinks that go in training at Tampa Nurses' I II I history 33 billion of dollar for the
absent and we hope the most interesting person Training SchooL When Dorothy
e wU! be Fourth Grade News war, equivalent to all the money the
back soon she has ever met and likes graduates she wishes to take a Honolulu United States put out during the
London: Britain' reviled war cabInet : The U. S. destroyerShaw
Gay Drlskell.! English (thanks to Miss Fernandez trip to Texas and see the long- .-u reduced from nine to seven reported destroyed by the First World war. lumped Into a

Evelyn Criffls ), :Math., and Home Economics.to horn cattle in herds l large enoughto Mrs. Biggs was so kind to give members U a partial concession to laps at Pearl Harbor was sufficiently slngJte bill for immediate usa in this
She wants to meet and talk cover a full two acres. Dorb on*, went through without
us four beautiful. colored Dutch popular demand. Sir Stafford Cripp, repaired In two months to congress
andt girl: ways good?" Mickey Rooney, without\ his wife. wants to go to Alabama. Theyare pouters. We appreciate them, former ambassador to Moscow wa make the Journey to a West Coast a dissenting vot.

Futch qUeena Dorothy likes the same subjects trying to compromise and go Mrs. Bigg given a high place. He I I. lord privy shipyard under her own power and It was Interesting that the plan of

not : "Not always, my Doris does and her greatest am- together on their trips. They Hugh Mclnnls played his Vic- seal and Churchill' deputy a* leader was being reconditioned there. Miss Frances Perkins, secretary of

Rat when them' "there are aces bition will be realized when she. hate to be separated.From trola for us Friday afternoon and of the house of common Washington: Sale of Debt airplane labor to resign, and th* fact that P

shake* Wlnstsa Churchill'shand.: the entire Senior Class we enjoyed hearing It. Washington Secretary Icke laid had been restricted by WPB only to congress' was willing to repeal its

StSC'I\IPT Eh* really goes for iris type of we wish you both the best of Mr. Hart Is reading"Hetty., b* was going to try a voluntary cur- the army navy and a few, other own pension legislation were sort of"byproducts"
COVERSCOUlfTY-*! Jokes. He Is Just about tops with of gasolin specified purchasers. oi the vote.
BRAD FORD luck and we hope your friendship Her First Hundred Years, to us. tailment of the use

1lAPu. Dot.Botli will last forever. -Mrs. Hart teacher.
girl want to be secr- I P




week-end with Miss children of
spent Palatka
Miss\ Margaret Pearce
Mrs. Kemper Honors Mamie Kelly. as goesta! of Mrs.

Iff SOCIETY and CLUBS Miss Margaret Pearce Becomes Bride Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Alvares Mrs. I. W. Turner O w I b,

Of Lt. Smyth MondayMiss were visiting; their little grandson the week In Jackson\'lllt
}( Honoring'her Sister, Miss Margaret 'Reginald 'Underhill,who is ill she was called by

Lansing-Fernandez" Fish Fry Enjoyed Pearce whose marriage to Margaret Ann Pearce, with pneumonia In Glendale Hospital ness of her eon, R.the A.II!
Bride-Elect Honore Heilbronn Faculty Lt. E. R. Smyth was an event of daughter of Mrs. Bertha PearceoC in Palatka.

At Breakfast Party Mrs. R. S. Fernandez announcesthe By Feb. 23, Mrs. L. W. Kemper entertained Starke, became the lovely Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of CHURCH DIRECTORY

marriage of her daughter, G. E. McGauley, principal of a few friends at her bride of Lt. Eugene R. Smyth of Green Cove Springs were dinner SERVICES

Mrs. Simeon Phillips enter. Alice Wheeler, to Sgt. Evan Ed- the Heilbronn School, and Mrs. home on Church Street on Thurs Champaign. IlL, Monday evening, guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.,M. Mc !!

4 tamed Monday morning at a mond Lansing, on Thursday, Feb- McGauley. entertained the facultyand day evening of last week. February 23, at seven o'clock In Rae Saturday. R.... A..I IJshIfooo" .'

breakfast at Frank. Fine FoodIn ruary 19, In the Presbyterian trustees of the school Saturday Quantities of pink gladioli were the First Methodist Church The We are sorry to report the Ill- Church'8 hool:'i1 ibis n"n

honor of Miss Margaret Pearce, Church. The Rev. Charles Allen; with a fish fry and picnic used in the rooms where several Impressive ring ceremony was ness of little Gerald Crosby, son Mornln&. T. U. Worship 7:00 1101K ...
of bingo were enjoyed. the Rev. G. C. : P.
by M.
performed the ceremony. dinner at their home on Lake games performed of Mr. and Mrs. R. R, Crosby. Evening Wor"hlp
a bride of this week. Sante Fe. Mias France Peek won high Powell, pastor of the church In and Mrs. Robt. MyrIck of W.dn..da Woo ehip 8.00 p .

The honoree was presented witha Baptist W. M. S. Circles Despite the fact that the prize a potted plant and vase. the presence of relatives and a Starke Mr. were visiting Mrs. H. M. I.ot,
of daffodils and a Motion pictures, taken by Mr. and few friends. FIRST M
corsage towel Meet In Annex weather was cold and unsettled, of, McRae Friday afternoon.. R.". 0. C. Pow,.4 p.!'
beautiful Irish linen guest Mr. McGauley demonstrated his Mrs. Kemper in various part. The decorations for the church The cold has set the strawberries 131) N. Caara ....
w Mrs. Phillips. skill catching. 23 the United State, proved to bea I beautiful setting for Church School 10:00 s"""
b by The regular monthly business fishing by a I back again so It will bea Sunday : Il
Invited to be with :Mis! Pearce meeting of the Starke BaptistW. pounds of black baN weighing' most Interesting feature of the i this important event. The color late season for them this yearin YounW Peopla Worohlp 7:00: 11:00: '" 1

t. were: Mrs. I* W. Kemper, Mrs. M. S. was held< In the Church from three to seven pounds each, evening. of white and green were carriedout our section and we are still. E"anln.Wednesday: Wonblp 1:00: It.p 1
Purvis Kacen. Miss Sarah Bare. Annex Monday afternoon.The by 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Mra. Kemper, assisted by Miss In every detail; candelabra having lots of rain. Worship- BAD',,
foot and Miss Grace Green. After a bountiful spread, the France Peek, served dainty open-I holding tall candles and baskets
Fae CT
We to report .
meeting waa opened by a' are glad 3:P19
l devotional conducted ,,by Mrs., A. guests enjoyed boat riding' and face sandwiches and CocaColasto of white gladioli mingled' with little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. R.... Errol 'Ti'........(:(p NChurch \

,, W. S. C. S. Circles M.. Darby, president. Minutes of fishing until a late hour. the followIng: Miss Della Ros white camellias; added to the R. Hall Is improving after sev- fl houlalp:0p .Y.
r event :Mrs. Bill Powell, Mrs. Al .
.. f Those who enjoyed this' enberg, beauty of the scene. Sunday Worship
eral Illness.Remember f1-
I oo
held January day's i
the meetings '
Circles of the Woman' Society and were: :Mra. Muriel Norman: ,, Mr*. Manassa, ,Mrs.. .Simeon Phillips, Mrs. L. W. Kemper, sister of services at Pine 1 Sunday Rvenlng"7:in pal
read the ;f Friday
the Methodist > were by secretary Susie Moore, Miss Frances and the : of Kvonln 7:30: p,
of ,Christian Service of accepted after corrections A report Lillle Bridges, Mrs. Opperman the bride; was' 'the matron Level church this week-end.* Sun- lloly,Day. 10:00: A. ps. '
Church will meet Monday was read by Mrs. G. W. Mrs. Annie Laurie :Morgan F B. honoree, Mlsa Pearce.JacksonIIaskins honor, and Mr. Kemper, thebride's day School Sunday morning' at -
o'clock. Clark. Richard McCarthy, Mr. and brother-in-law, her FIRST
at three
afternoon gave PnIl:881'TIIIII4I
and 10 o'clock.Mrs. ...
Alderman, treasurer approve R. C... II.'II...
Mrs. M. B. Flitch. Mr. and Mra had his best ,
One will meet : away. Lt. Smyth as
Number IW8
Circle ed. Reports of Circles and standing R. C. Groover of Miami N.nla Chrr,
Chas. Hardy, Jr., Russell Norman Lt. L .via. Church School k
of Judge and Mrs. man, J. A. boo:
home A.
with her
the then
at committees were given. spent Sunday night Sunday -Wnrnhin.. .I
Mrs. Alfred Brown of Richmond In an Impressive midnight cere-
and -
3 I E. K. Ferryman. Mra. R. A. Thomas, mission The attractive young bride wa* brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Senior Crueadna. C0'p: \r
, Va.Intermediates. I at the Presbyterian Church
" 4 Circle Number Two will meet study chairman and assoclatlonal mony never lovelier than in her dressof Mrs. B. M. McRae, and was accompanied Intermediate Youth 6:00: p '

t In the Educational Building, with president, called attention to a last Haskins Friday became night Mia the Hilda bride Lane of navy blue crepe, trimmed with i by Mrs.! McRae of KventnWornhlp-7.00: p."

Mrs. O. C. Powell as ho tea.. mission study to be held In the Enjoy dusty blue eyelet embroidery. I Brooker Monday and spent the II.... KDWARD'S
Robert Carl Jackson, the eATROu
4 Circle Number Three will meet annex on Thursday afternoon of Patriotic Party of Her accessories were of navy blue day with her mother-in-law, Mrs.J. Rev. Tb.... J. M.rplo",
Chas. H. Allen, pastor the 1 Temple .
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. this week to review the Week of Mr. William and her hat was trimmed with a H. Early MBMB o.oo: Av A.* M...
1c4 Junlua M. Smith. Prayer preparatory book "Fellow Tuesday evening the Intermediate church, officiating. small bunch of pink roses and a Kelly.HAMPTON' Dlvlav ,....1
of the McMillan was beat man. The ring. Sunday Maim 9 00: A. j.
- Helpers to the Truth. In the Fellowship, group. short graceful veil. Her corsage Week Day
was used. Mass 8.00: AGOSPEL
capacity of Assoclatlonal President -: Methodist Church enjoyed a Patriotic ceremony was of orchids Mrs. M. W. Morrow "
1 Mrs Thomas, discussed the Party at the church school Mrs. Jackson, daughter of }fr. of
F J C E Mrs. Smyth was a graduate TARRRNACU:
"II',r{ 0 F W. M. U. Divisional meeting to be building. and Mrs P. H. Haeklna, la a the Bradford County High School John 'Guy, principal of the Mr. ..d M... J. T. 4&811(1.l l

I held In Starke In April, and named Invitations 'were sent out on senior in Bradford High School. where she was a popular memberof Brooksville Schools spent Sun Friday Sunday Service Service Tao 7:30: P P..Il a

SUPPLIES her committees to handle the red. blue and black hatchets. The She moved to Keystone Heights the younger set. She later at- day with his mother, :Mrs. James

work In connection with this room was attractively decorated with her parents a little over a tended the Florida State Collegefor T. Guy. BUS SCHEDCLB:

r \') 1 meeting.Mrs. with red, white and blue paper. year ago from Ocala, originally Women at Tallahassee. Lt. Mrs. Ida Maxwell, Bill Maxwell Leave) Starke Northbend....,._ IOI

One Wiggins, Orphanage The games played were "George coming from Georgia.Mr. Smyth was graduated from the and eon Bruce, all of Jacksonville Leave Htark:: .-_____". "4\!!

: f 1 f fi Chairman, reported that she had Washington Word Game," "Pa Jackson Is a son of Mr high school in Champaign, HI., spent Sunday here visiting Leave Leave Starkey Starke ___ 0'._ 1'111
triotic Bee" and and Mra H. Carl Jackson, of many of their old friends. Lave Starke __...?_ 1:4\1: il
pent In to the Orphanage $10 as "Acting Adages. where he resided with his parents t
i :j the Society's portion of the Refreshments of punch, sand ,. Starke, and has been projectionist and later attended college.He Marvin Birt spent the week-end Leave Leave Htarke Starke. _..__?_ ._... lull! ?
at UII
at the Rita Theatre and later
amount asked to be supplied on wiches, and peppermint candy spent a year at Camp Blan with his mother, Mrs. Eva Blrt Leave Htarke ?..._. 10'11'
4' \ with blue the Florida Theatre for the past Helen and Betty Adklna spent Leave tita.rke. 11.11'
I furnishing the new dormitory.Mrs. wrapped paper ding and was then transferred to aeethb-ea.d!
r: C. A. Knight Chairman of served by Miss Selma O'Steerj, eight years. He Is a 1941 graduate Fort Sill, Okla.A the week-end with their grandparents Leave Starke _?? pNi
Mrs. Olin White and Miss Carol of B. H.'S. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Leave Stark. ?.
.. the Committee appointed to secure short time before the mar- Leave Starke ...Mlint\\}
'f +r, quotations and ascertain possibilities I White to :s members and visitors 1 After a week-end wedding trip riage ceremony, a wedding. dinner Priester of Lake Butler: Leave HtarkeHtark ___?_. 5 it !
<< to St. are livingfor Mrs. Thomas returned' Leave a .____ I
present. Augustine they Dyal it I
'.!4tp For Your Convenience of a new stove for the was served' at the home of Leave Starke .. 1:1t'
,t annex kitchen, reported that she the present time at the homeof the bride's mother, on West Madison home Wednesday after an ex- Eutla... :
Is Ever Increasing tended Leave. Starke. ______
,, ) Telegraph New Arrival Mr. Jackson's parents. visit with her daughter in 1,311
had been, advised that gas stoves St. The lace-covered dining Le."a Hta.rke. ___ ,.. I.it l
If Its Stock of would not be obtainable and after table was centered by a large High Springs. I Leave At.rk. ____._ I'M I
1 ',\ dl cus lon it was decided to | Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hat-titan of Titherine Farris ConwayMr. bowl of white Mrs. M. Weathersbee and H. V.', Lea..". Starke ________ 7.011
pur- tulips yellow
snap i W_.......
J Office Supplies. Here chase an electric stove at a cost Portsmouth, Va., announce the dragons and snowdrops. Saxon of Pompano and W. C.i' Leave Starke ________ I'lei
birth of Wednesday and Mrs. Lacy Conway announce Saxon of Oakland Park visiting (Tallahassee
\ of about $6 .OO. a son on are Special)
t fij Are Some of The Many February 18. At the present time the arrival of a daughter, Immediately after the ceremonythe friends and relatives here Leave Starke ... 1141'
The offering at this I time left for Columbia Leave Htarke _____.__ slop
Items Now Carried: amounted to $2.05. Mr. Hartman Is engaged in civil Catherine Farris, in the Alachua young couple thin week. Leave Starke ____. __ IMF
J Rwt: S. C., where Lt. Smyth Is Leave Starke .__ __. 11'1'Ta.Uah.
l defense work at the Portsmouth County Hospital a t Gainesville Mr and Mrs. Charlie Dynl.d. .u.
stationed at Camp Jackson. ( *" Special))
Circle MeetingsBaptist Naval Base. Monday, February 23. Out-of-town guests attendingthe .
Adding Machine Paper wedding were: Mrs. G. V. Y:

t'\\ Carbon Paper W. M. S. Circles will Philips of Lake City; Mrs. T. J. SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE!
r meet Monday afternoon March 2, Carolyn Callstreet Thomas. Mrs. Flournoy B. Vinaon

rti Manila Clasp EnvelopesPay as follows: ; and Miss Mary Elizabeth Collins,
Circle No. 1 with' Mrs. C. A.
Envelopes all of Valdosta Ga., Mrs. W. B. AND
Knight. Haynea and Mrs. R. F. Stohlkuppof

r File Folders Gem, Clips Circle No. 2 In church annex. Jacksonville.

g Circle No. 3 with Mrs. H. L. Well, folks It's quite appropriate anese Magnolia by its common RIDE THE BUSSES
N +, Ruled Index Brownlee. that the new ear-tick name any more ., From now MerreU-Sluder

I Ink (Pints & Quarts) Circle No. 4. with Mrs. I* Q. ler "Deep in The Heart of Texas" on. for the duration, it's Magnolia Courteous Correct Information'

Gallant. pope up on all the jook organsIn i Soulengeanna Nigra! Friday night at the Starke ,

Clothes Marking Outfits The first program of the March town right! at thin, time Add first birthday'' celebrators: Hotel, with the Rev.A. E. Light- .. t Given You At .' '.

:Ruled LepI Note Pads Week 'of Prayer for Home Missions If you get what I mean : Sorry Patsy Theola creeFeb.; 21 foot' offh!lating, Miss MArie Slu-

will be presented In the 1 can't give more details, but this der ,became the bride of Mr. Ver- 4 UNION BUS STATION
Manuscript Covers Circle meetings. war-time censorship has really Robert Green reported for examination non Merrell. Mr. and Mrs.' Mer- ,

Mimeograph Stencils cramped the style at us (ahem) at Blandlng Monday, I rell both came to Starke from

Hutto-Wells journalist! Used to be I George Manassa and Resale Col- Lester. N. C. Mr. Merrell Is in

Mimeograph Paper could hear an' print 'all the gossip son have already departed the Army stationed a t Camp

Ink Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto an- '. Now all 1 can do is What a break for Capt. Ben Blandlng. while Mrs. Merrell Is

Mimeograph nounce the engagement and approaching HEAR It! Oh. well SuchIs Sternberg! Gettln'- sent from temporarily living at the Starke SPECIAL SALE USED ARMY GOODS

1 Onion Skin Paper marriage of their the lot of the wolklng gull but Fort Devens, Mass., to Bland Ing HoteL

daughter Edna Alphlne, to Mr. never did I expect to see the day He an' his bride are at home 1 Army Wool Mackinaws usedArmy -
Pencils Mallon C. Wells of Jacksonville. they'd start ratlonln rumors 1 In the Sternberg cottage juja' U. D. C. To Meet ,

The marriage will be an eventof across the lake from Camp .
Pencil Sharpeners Raincoats used $1.00
: _______ _
March 1 in Starke. Brlde-of-the-Week Mar g a r et Hear Inez Green parted company The W. T. Weeks Chapter,

Duplicate Receipt Books Pearce never looked more lovely with five teeth all at one slttln' United Daughters of the Confederacy Army' Slickers, used ._____,_ ____ $1-51
Rubber Bands than she did Monday sayln'! "I tother day, All the brave will meet Wednesday afternoon -

do" to Lt. "Smitty" Smyth people aren't on Bataan Peninsular March 4, at 3:30 o'clock, Army Wool Blankets, used ___ $3.00

i Salespads Scotch Tape Starke'a lollS was Columbia, S. Bright addition to the at the home of Mrs. A. M.: Darby. Wool

Stapling Machines C.'. gain for Margaret will always local scenery: Hazel McAteer's Hostesses: Mrs. Darby, Miss EttaTisoivandcMrs Army Shirts, used __ __ $2.00 up

a add, a bit of beauty to dazzlln red coat Ver be- .
Luther,0..Powell Army'Wool: Pants used $3.50
Rubber StampsStenographer comln' _________
*, wherever abe. happens to be .

Note Pads Robert Jackson an' Hilda Haskins Manassa-Stringfellow ,. .. -,- .. 0-
+" certainly pulled a surprise on this Hear Nina Probett (of the

Typewriter Ribbons col. by becomln'' a corporation luffly Titian tresses) is loth to )lr. and Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow BEN SUSLOW'S ARMY STORE

Shipping Tags Friday night If commence leave the local scene, where she announce the marriage of

ment doesn't hurry an' roll has ably directed activities at theWFA's their daughter, Betty Mae, to Mr. 209 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.DVRK.
Metal Rim Tags around, there won't be a single Legion Recreation Center George Manaasa. on Monday, Feb-

single girl left In the senior class! for lo these many months ruary 18, In Palatka.
O. K. Paper Fasteners .Of' food fuck The feelin' Is quite mutual,' an'

ABCO Paper Fasteners her departure back to Jax will .
Spotted Margaret Pearce, Fran PINE LEVELBy
leave, a definite void on Call St. -
Card File Indexes And four-leaf clover- Opperman, Aline L a n IeI', Dot Mrs. H. M. McBa
3' to a Delia Add riding'enthusiasts: the
Powell, Marguerite Deyorto,
45 Card Index Trays it's better luck to have Accident Rosenberg an' Fran Peek In the silver-tressed Mrs. Jerome Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lewis, and
.1 who's on the verge of a bit of Mr. and Mrs.
Guidon Grill Friday night Fred Kelly, all of
Everhandy Paper Clips Insurance, Margaret lookln' never better In horao trading, according. to report Orlando) and Mr. and Mrs. J. T.

Clip Board Arch Boards a rus (, velveteen prtnceea-style Hear W. P. Smith has Walker of Seville were recent

Charley E. Johns number with a white lace neckline been nlck-naned", "Windy" after week-end guests of Mr. and, Mrs.
t Expanding Paper Files Unnentan' this was his eloquent speech at the Rotary D. O. Kelly. t w a

s Metal Files Agency Fran' Peek's farewell party for Inter-City meeting in Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crews of s

Starke Florida the popular bride Another Tuesday night Sanderson were recent guest! of
India Ink Wire Trays 119 Bait Call Street gay gather at Frank's Fine Mr. and Mrs.' Warren Kelly.
Telephone 13RepreeeMtlna Food Monday ayem'when Juanita TJnnenttan Joe Arnold became Mrs. A. F. Hall of Jacksonvilleand Sunday Monday, Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Marvel Punches
I Phillips entertained Margaret anda slightly weary llvln' In his auto Mrs. Wesley McRae were March 1, 2. 3, 4, 5
k Scratch Pad HoldersInk few friends here dun n' the day, an' eleepln' visiting Mrs.
at breakfast L. A. Crosby and
THE TRAy. Hartford In Jax for the first few night of
Eraser Stick Files They're still ravin' about the Mrs. Floyd Crosby Tuesday aft "RIDE 'EM COWBOY"With
quality an' quantity of the ham this week Seems he was anxious ernoon.

r Ring Binders an' sausage an' all that sort of to stop commutln from G'- Mlsa Essie Hopson of Lamont Bud Abbott; and Lou CosteUo, Dick Foran. JobnJI1
thing I vllle an' rented a room from
Frank Landrum supposedly effective Mae The
I Brown Merry Mac
Monday When he wentto DR. LEMUEL COLSON
Unnentan Bill Chalker The
RemingtonPortable ( move in, however, he found DENTIST Also New and Short -
Citadel baa
) received his
nobody at home Tried again
4 I as a second lleut. and expects Tuesday No luck Seems OFFICE 120 CALL ST. -

his travelln orders shortly Frank an' fambly went away for ADKINS BLDG.
.J Wilma, McClane an' Friday 6 7
young the week-end and failed to get Saturday March ,
TYPEWRITERS son leave Gvllle Monday to JoinT. back on scheduled, time An-
K. at Fort Sill. Okla. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
other quirk of the room shortage -
pt' 'Howard Orchid ,of to Priest's attractive Marzee here: three weary males AIR CORPS KATE!
five an' ten snoozing comfortably ( T) In an No. "SPOOKS RUN WILD"With
mos courteous
autoitlnt; : front of Jerry Chrlsto-
,In' salesgirl methinks I've I II
ever doulou's Call Street hot doggery Bela Lugoel and The East Side Klda
known Pearl Saul busy these
Wednesday mornin'! .

I days grounds\addin around more her beauty attractivenew to the Overheard the- (I No. 2 "WINNERS OF THE WEST"With
following conversation
home, with quantities of i
betwen two khaki-lads
I flowers an' rocks Dick Foran
atone the main stem tether night:
II i Also Cartoon and Serial --
Soldier No.
1-"They tell me this
Persistent rumor ha it that little town wasn't nothln' before .
$5 Down And We Also Save You -
I Dot Green may change her name Camp Blandlng came along." .

p,; $5 Per Month Money By Giving Good In the very near future Guess Soldier No. 2-"Wbattaya mean :MIDNIGHT SHOW, SATURDAY 11:3e: P. },*.
Leather and Quick Ser I'd better take a post-graduate WASN'T T T 7 Hmmmm

t vice. coursrj at BUS an' see If It'll Sounds like a dlty; dig. to Lieut. Bill BOWS '.m dawn I W. Jane Withers, In
BRADFORDCOUNTY change my luck! ? Nothln' me P'rdpe 'you boys better .. 11.1.: '. calr...Her family..-
= like the popularity of Pvt. Alfred drop around and let Aunt Caro- eret'e Bomford Bakia*Powder, wblcknakee "GOLDEN
cakes cantatas clovds
light as
IZcCtnnis of Blandlng No less lyn take you on a tour of the comebitlaer.1 all.'o,,"'.
TELEGRAPH AH Work Guaranteed than two brunettes an* three night spots some time: i It's reliable. Contain a. aI.... Hover
blonde. waitln to. tell him good dollars to doughnuts I..... a bitter taetw. nap MEW Charles) (Buddy) Roger'

Phone 29 Electric Shoe Shop bye as he left for Bennlng Wed- your mind! Says you'll your change(always booklet. t.eoatalolac Improve your do...baking.. of brlflrlIdee Addreiet Also Setjcte Short _

nesday Hear patriotic Lucile willing to oblige) Slumlord. Baking Powder, Boa
; G i I Green refuse to call her Jap- -carolyn. X. Eamlord. Rhode lalaa.


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BROOKERBy IN TUB" I'NITRn STATES HISKIC.T -! IN CIHCt'lT' rOTRT. Blt4r>POHIrotr'MTV > IN nnrtirr roi'RT.' rm.tnronnr t

Mrs. Kldon Hardy niSTHICT OK KIAIUIHA.INITKO : .1"Y. : ,
\ STATEN'" OK" AMEltieA.I. Plaintiff' va. Khlerl. Plaintiff, va. Fred
etltlonervn. > 1.031 acre of land i e&'W.T Townsend, Letentiant. (Ohlmillmt.: .. n' Cane No. 14.
IRS IIAZEN HOSTESS I. more or Ie.... aitunten/ Bradford Case No. 18,1*. OK (f''HWl'ATIONANT '
Graves spent' Miss Louise Isham will spend Nancy Hufa teller of Starke was Mrs. R. E. Hazen was hostess (uuntv State cf Florida and the ORI>Klt OP PITR1.1CAT1OM > NOT1CW TO AI'PKAII ,
MrS. Tom week-end in Plant City ott Starke. Florida et al, PitendantM. ANn NOTICE' TO "' ''''!oJAI' STATK" OF KlX>KIt>A to Kre4Ehlort.
Jacksonville. the City with taken to St. Vincent's Hospital, Thursday afternoon from four until JAl'KKUNVI1.LIIJ NO 401 STATE OF FLORIDA tol: l.orB. 420 lOMDlanade Avenue., New
friends and relatives. Jacksonville Thursday of last six when she entertained members fMVIU NOTICE OF CONDKMNA- W. Townsend, whose residence In Orleana. IxtulHlana. I
TION PUtKRKI>INJ8. TO: WHOM UnKnown.You You are required to appear on
Lla Martin has return- week. of the Club with Bridge. IT MAY CONCERN ANIJ TO: (a) are required. to appear' on April 6th., U41. In .the above named -
Va. Miss Aileen Prosier spent the After several progressions, Mrs. the following Pomona who are April 6th., 114J, In the above named Court and cause wherein plaintiff l
IvlU to Petersburg week-end in eHldrnla. of the mate of Florida. Court and fauna, whcruln I plaintiff *.eka divorce Bradford, County
Valdoata Ga.
1. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McClellan V. V Hazen held high and was L Oily of Starko, a municl seeks divorce and Cua'ody! of Telegraph .hall publish. this Order
1 friends and relatives. and children of Gainesville spent awarded a towel and wash cloth oration, $Starfce Florida I : i..alnu'j. Children.' Urailfonl County TeleKraph In next four weekly laaue..
A F. Sauls spent 'I. >avl.., H* Liquidator of the Hank shall publish. this order In Witness my: hand and offirlalseal
Mrs. Gainesville Sunday afternoon here with set' Mrs. E. J. Hazen held low ant Starke. a banking; corporation next. four weekly I..."".. at Mtarke. Florida this 34th, '
ternOOD in Sgt. A. E. Wall of Ft. Bennlng. Friends. and was given a pickle dish. ':tarke. Klorlda. (h) The following Witness. my hand and official. day of February 1941.
person whose addrMn are un- seal at Htarke, Klorlda. this X4th., HVCFICIAI. 8KAI.) A. J. ThomasAa
Ga.. Is spending: a short furlough Later in the afternoon Mrs. Mid eOIl.11 4t 1-..
spent known. If alive, and If E. McKinney with relatives In Starke. Mrs. Randolph Bores of Jack Hazen: served sandwiches cookies their unknown halm, dovlnven. and (KKICMAI I\ln1lI't.l J.. Thomas, Ham It Wilson Jackaonvllle, Kle,
In Jacksonville.IB sonvllle *rnonal repreaentatlvea. w no e A. Clerk of Maid \ T 4t .1-tO Alt)". for Plf.. __ t
opplng spent Saturday here with ,and coffee to her gueats.Mil. am.. and atldremion. are unknown D. A. Htcphen, Jackaonvllle, Fla., _
Mr. and :2O-s. :Milton St. Peter her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. H. John Darby. (c) The heIr., dopemonal Atty. for Plf. SIIKAFFKR'8 8KRIP INK '-

Baker of Sanford is had as their guest this week T. Bennett. GREEN HONORED vlaeea imlnnii! of the following rtprennnlattvti l>er:on or., < Pta *1. Qt $1.7A -URADFORD
J. B. IN rinrri-r rot nT. nn \HKOHOrot
of her father. M. Brelsford of Chicago, 111. Sunday also marked the birthday cenmid.. or believed to be de- .NT*. PLORlOAl "C1IAN COUNTY TlCLllORAPII.I : .
Mrs. Harry Kaufman returned anniversary o f Mr. Earl r."ed. whose name and addmnnonre C'KHV.Arlle !

Mrs. J. N. Payne was In MadIson last Friday from :Miami after a Green. For this occasion his B le Mary unknown.C. A. Hrown Ida Millard John llrown Hrown,, ale Harris It. ItarrlH Defendant, Plaintiff,Cane va, It.No....-

spent week's visit with her dater Mrs. : Mrs.! R. Dukes of Dukes vbron (a I .0 *".It"d Heahron) IS 40.
moire Opperman Sunday to attend the funeralof ter Drown N. J}. (NIcholaH D.) liana- ORDER OF rtTRHfATTOM I Iw
lend In Jacksonville with her brother S. A. Donnelly.Mrs. J. H. Goldman. Station Invited him and all his man WHEREAS Allen I. John. Jacob John= ANI NWTir'B TO AIM'KAll I
brothers and sisters to her homeIn a petlllon for condemnation STATE! OK FLORIDA to: Uvanl. :
bun been filed on the 80th r
Harris, whose residence la Unknown
E. P. McOollum of Tava- :Miss Elizabeth Joiner of At his honor. When they arrived. day of October A. !>. 1941F.* .
the lanta. Ga., is the guest of her dinner was served chicken and mended on the 19th day You are required to appear on I
fclolse Dees spent res is expected to arrive todayto uary, A. D. 1842. In the Unitedtat
April 8th, 1941. In the above nam-
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and all its Then Earl and all ..
In dressing. H District Court for the Southern eit
with her parents visit her niece Mrs. W. B. Court and cause, wherein I plaintiff
i Mrs. L. D. Vining. celebrated In a grand way. Those OlHtrlct of Klorlda by theUNITED peek divorce. Kradford County
Sewell. STATES OK AMKKICA Telegraph shall publish. this Order
from Brooker attending were: ietltlon r. aKftlnnt the above nam..dd"t.ndanu. In neat four weekly laauea.WltncMH .
Mrs. Olin W. White Mrs. A. J. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and urayln for condemna., I my hand and official

Kaufman spent the Mrs: T. T. Long and son Tom Keene. Misses Dorothy and Carol daughter. Shirley Nell Mr. and Ion use ,In upon connection proper emnpenaallonfur with the entahInhment neat at Htarke, Florida., this 14th.,
or 1949.OFFICIAL
art of this week; will go to Columbus, Ga., early White and C. W. Savage spent lira. E. J. Lewis,, and son Mr. of recreational facilities) ( NIOAM A. J. Thomas, PHONOGRAPH

next week to be with Capt.. T. T.Long Monday In Jacksonville. and Mrs. James Endicott and son, in area affected by the national, Aa Clerk of Maid burl 2-17 4t 8-10 r
defense program In Uradford Conn .... RECORDS ;
U. A. Stephen, Jackaonvllle F. .
who Is stationed at Fort Hr.. and Mrs. Dave Green and ty, Florida, of the following <1"- Atty. for Plf
crlhfil land vltuated In the City Large Assortment -
Hutto Benning. Mrs. Long will be accompanied ,
d Mrs. Tillman Mr. and Mrs. F. W Varnadoe children. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. of Starkp. County of Bradford ,
and Miss Gaylet by her sister Mrs. D. f to-wlt TRACT I. IN 'nlf'I'IT rot''HT. JIlt i''FORU
Hutto of Palatka were guests Sundayof Green and children. Mrs. W. O. State i> Plorldn. : Victor
.. Columbia
Lots 4. B 10 II of niock 01'1'' '. KI.OIIIII IM SANCEnY -
!In Jackson- P. Carpenter who will spend several 8. T.
Tuesday Mrs. Varnadoe's parents' Mr. Rhlmes and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand 1 of ifathews'ldI{ '; to the City Okeh Bluebird >
.days In Columbus. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Miss Martha Evelyn Markey. of 8t..rk... Hounded on the North T"-rrl.. McIMiffle, Plaintiff va.Kthel .
by WunhlriKton Street. Wfht bvemple Mi-Duff, Defendant. Can Decca -
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Avenue, Mouth by kola Sand NO. Olthlat
F. C. Holllngsworth left yes EIGHTH GRADE ENTERTAINS: 12 of Maid Block 2, EII..t ny OK PtTRLlCATIOW of
DIRECTORy i Friday night at the home of Clark street and having dlmenloni AND NOTICH TO APPEAR I>arKe
FUNERAL c terday for Dalevllle and Ozark of I of Sl .5 feet Rant: and Weat STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ethel ClaasicalB .. Populora
Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render CFF1CIENT Ala., to> look after business Interests lisa Bettyre Palmer members by :207.R feet North and South Mclntffle, whose realdence. I.l Unknown
the Eighth grade gave a farewell Aggregating 1.0.12: acre, more or .
PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE C in that defense area. HUM, situate and b' e I n a* In the You are required to appear on Mail Orders Given
the ninth. Gathered
party for Count rtf KrHdfnrd State of Plordtt. : April 6th., I1H2, In the above named
MODERATE PRICES f i around a big bonfire they enjoyed NOW THEREi'UItl.I you are Court and cause wherein I plaintiff Prompt AttentionE.
Mrs. Walter McHale ban returned Bradford
socks divorce Cotmty'T'elegraph I
commanded and In theItnlted
to be
DeWITT C. JONES i C to her home in Birmingham themselves until a late hour. 8tate District appear Court for shall, publish thin OrderIn

Starke, Florida iexeaaaaYYNaNY [ Ala. after several Delicious ambrosia and cookies he Houthern District of Florida atJackHonvllle next four weekly tnmmx.WltneMM .
spending hand and official
181 my '
Klorlda on *
weeks here with her husband. were served by Bettyre's mother dav of April. A. 1>. 1942 by fit III iii' seal at Htarkn Florida'. thin IVth.. L. REAMS .,4 t
Mrs. Mac Hall assisted by Mrs. your written claim or answer tiny of February. 1941. SI* W. University Ave. \-
either In person or by attorney (OFFICIAL 8KAL) A. J. Thomas' -
W Miss Marjorie Stump bane Nada Palmer Mrs. Whltten. and and to show. what right title orntereiit An Clerk. nf said Court. 2-27 41 110Ixinnle : ttAINKHVILJUK, FUA. :Irti
Mrs. Arthur Edwards. Around 40 claim Worm Jackaonvllle Via.
you have or In ando ,
teacher in the Monticello High
-r guests shared the fun with Bet- Bald property and to chow online. Ally. for Pit 4.
/ / School will spend the week-end why It Mhould not be taken for theIR
e with her parents in Starke. tyre. ;>H and purpoHen i net forth In Said
petition a* amended, and thla. you
ondct eci f ire not to omit penalty of
M. A. Kite is sanding and fin. SOCIETY NOTESMr. being! barred of all: claim. and In- INSURANCE A N D_ BONDS I ,
and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and orcat In and to said land and of
ishing the living room floor In having judgment. by default, entered *
Mr. and Mrs.
-- were visiting
the home of Dr. O. L. Haynes on against you.VITN ESU my
M. M. Hazen Saturday. hands and the official Meal. of thin
I.. Sat.-Feb. 27' DOUBLE FEATURE South Water street this week. Court this lbs 24th day of FebruIbwflN -
and Mrs. Conerlyand
t No. "CADETS ON'RADE" Mr. and Mrs.: Wilson Conerlyof 'n.' 'W1L.T.1AMH. Clerk: ,
: Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mrs. K. G Mr. JnltrH States Tllntrl.-t, Court Houthern
Okeecbobee were visiting
Freddie BartholomewNo. Duncan and Mrs. W. B. Sewell District. of Klorlda.Hv .
With and Mrs. A. B. Surrency Sunday.Mrs. Lk Olbaon. House, Ixiputy Clerk. '.
went to Glen St. Mary Mondayand Over 50 Years
1-20- Constant Service
2-27 4t
Surrency's many regret -
[ "RIGHT TO THE HEART"With purchased shrubbery for their to learn of her Illness.

Brenda yards. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews and
Joyce IV'\ .'IR'r'IT 'OI'RT BIIAPPOHI1 Please Phone 146 Starke
daughter Marjorie Sue, were 4-l'\TV.' Fl.Oltllltl IM! <'IIA1Aanea -
Mrs. T. N. Kendrick spent the
Mr. O. W. Barry
Sun. 'Mon.-March 1, 2 week-end in Tallahassee as the vloiting Mr. and Kaln.I Plaintiff, vn. Robert I
over the week-end. Mrs.: Barry Ruin Defendant. ('nee No. 11148.
Also Midnight Saturday, Feb. 28 I fuept of her aon-ln-law and returned home with them for a OUDKIl: OK IMIHUirATIONAND :
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert NOTICE TO AI'PEAH b1lptpiNppi6t3t8OQtp( yaaataoaaMCKKMKsmweassisaiaR1TZ :i
LIVE"With visit. STATE OK FLORIDA to! Hob"l'tn..ln.
'DANGEROUSLY Black. Mrs. Rosa Plnholster Is spend- whose residence. In unknown.
You are rnqulreiT. appear on
John Garfield Raymond Massey According to word received by Ing the week in Jacksonville with April 6th., 1942, In the above THEATRESaturday I II
I her sort, Guy Plnholster and ed Court and cause, wherein nam'l I
his mother. Mrs. :Mae Edward. tiff seeks divorce and ...
Pvt. Elbert M. Edwards is in family. Hradford County Telegraph
Tues., Wed., Thurs.-March 3, 4,5 Puerto Rico. He says he Is "get- Mrs. C. Harrell and son. James four 1'P weekly I Unuea.thin, order In next February 28 DOUBLE! FEATURE ,,:I

'THE CORSICAN BROTHERS"ith ting along fine" of Hampton Lake were visiting Wltnviia. my hand and official' lilt No. "RETURN OF DANIEl. BOONE"
Mrs.! T. W. Markey Sunday. Deal. at Htarke' Florida. thin 24th., '
I dav of Xebrunry. 1 43.OKK1CIAI With BUI Elliott
Doug Fairbanks, Jr., .and Akim Tamiroff :Mrs. I. P. Shepherd returned Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas

home Tuesday from Chattahoo- spent the week-end with relatives Am Clerk\ Wurm of Maid Jacknonvllle Court. 1-27 4t F.-..20Ixinnle .., Hit.No.. "PARDON STRIPES"' ',t,,1 l Il i +

[''LATEST ,NEWS OF THE.DAY"Friday chee ;where she visited. her, son, 'in. Jasper. ? ? ?.,,f' Atty. for Pit./, -. "' With Bill Henry. Sheila Ryan $ ,

Jack;" who }Is arpatlent In the Mrs. G. W. Hazen and Mrs. -

., Saturday, Sunday, Monday J State Hospital E. J. Hazen were shopping in ,'< ,
nnci'iT' COURTf ADF'ORDCOl'NTY. March 3
IN 1.
Monday -
Shorts Sunday.
Also Selected Gainesville Friday.Mr. ," ri.OltlllA IN (:"""-

areas..ramlen.I ,___ .,-slaanalaBmlagYnrrmlroyrmnlanrllMnmwal"" I ':' I I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McClellanand ,' and Mrs. Marvin Hazenof Maurice'Lowln, Plaintiff. VI. Dorothy "PACIFIC HLACKOUT
children will move here' from Starke were visiting Mr. and Defendant. Case No. With Robert Preston. Martha'O'Drtscpll, ,
Gainesville Saturday and will live : Mrs. M. M. Hazen and Mrs. J. Lowin 'J;, ,

in the T. T. Long residence on i C. Cone Saturday. 1819.ORnER OF ..,',n.I'ATION v.Tune. .
NAT SEZ: Tenth street. I Misses Lucille Hinton and AND NOTK'K TO AFPKAR ., Wed-March 3. 4 DOUBLH FEATURE R

I Martha Lee Rhlmea, Ernest Edwards STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy -
It Hope we don't have as tough a Sgt. W. T. Weeks, who is stationed and Austin Kelley pent Lowln. 11 -19 Grosvenor Hit No. ': ,

&, .' Job beating the Germans aad the at Fort Leonard Wood Sunday at the Marine Studios and Place, Kew Gardens Long Inland, Wm Lundigan. Shirley ROM
+t+ Japs as!we have had trying to Mo., was a guest last week of his St. Augustine.Mr. New York. Hit No. "CASTLE IN THE DESERT"With
/( Mr. and and Mrs. It[. R. Rhodenof You are required' to appear on
brother-in-law and
build sister the above Sidney Toler and Arteen WheUn
to In
l get the. ,State officials Mrs. Junlus M. Smith.V. Starke were visiting Mr. and April 6th.. 1942
Court and Muse,
our road to Camp Hlanrting.Never Mrs. C. C. Melvin Sunday.Mrs. named plaintiff Meek divorce. Bradford

tried being State Official W. Howard manager of the T. A. Mott and children County Telegraph: : fuhra.I weedy IIr..u. Thur... Frl.,-March 6, 6 DOUBLE FEATURE
Starke Coca-Cola Co.. was busy and Mrs. Reta Brown of High ilhle I order In next
like ... l-"MAN'S CASTLE"With
but If I ran my business JIlt No.
yet, .
Wednesday overseeing the erection Springs were visiting Mrs. Nora Witness my fiend
some of them run their business of several brand ,new Coca Sapp' Sunday.' at Starke. Florida this Feb- Spencer Tracy Loretta Younc

rm afraid I'd have a bell 'of a Cola signs In Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hazen of ruary 12th., 1942. J. Thomas, Hit. No. "CHRISTMAS IN JULY"

Mr. and Mrs. Harley Jacksonville
business. As Clerk of Said 22041313T. : With Joan BtondeO sad Dick Powell
Miss Estelle Tilghman ot: Hazen and Misses Helen Jean and Starke Fla.
Frank Landrum
Brooker has become an employeof Frances May of Center Hill were Atty. for Plf. I 01

the subsistence! section of the visiting Mr. and ,:Mrs. G. W. .

Camp Blanding Quartermaster Hazen Sunday. '
through the work roll of the N. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Jeffords. :

'. Y. A. of Stelnhatchee River were visiting :
.- Mrs. Florence Vamedoe Sun JbnaIsJffffhIF//J7lla/1kNm9/

The Jewish .Welfare Board has day. They were accompaniedhome

1 Just Installed eight ahowers' In the by Mr. and Mrs. Dukes

Armory for the benefit of the who have been visiting here. !

basketball players according to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy were'

J. C. Smith, plumber who did visiting Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr..

the work. in Gainesville Sunday.Mr. .

roe and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle have daughter Myrna Sue and Mr. and '

had ao guests this week Mr. Mrs. O. J. Mott of RaIford were

Halle's sister Mrs L. A. ::McCoy visiting Mrs. Jim Mott and family 'F

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Powell of Sunday. .

Charlotte N. C. Also L. C. Halleof Mrs. Mao Hall one of the schoolteachers I

St. Petersburg. has resigned to accepta

school In LaCro se. Mrs. H. B '

Mrs. Jack Sporn will have as Crooby has the appointment to
her guest on South Walnut finish the term In her place.
street for the next month her JJ I;

,3L7- +f mother. Mrs. Eugene Walker of

rf West Point. Mts ., who will arriveIn SAMPSON CITYBy

Starke Sunday. II.... J. Isl.. ,Jones

r Miss Edna Pearce of Fort Miss Mamie Hall returned to :

to arrive her home here Sunday after
Lauderdale 10 expected
born of better
week In Palatka with
tomorrow and will spend several spending a ,
with her mother Mrs. her brother-in-law and triater Mr
quality inHOLEPR00F days here .
Bertha Pearce. Miss Pearce is and Mrs. T. C. Thomas. Her \ -

with the Health Clinicof mother Mrs. Josle W. Hall rs i ,
malned for a longer vtilt. I ICe
Broward County. ,
Gus Thomas of Jacksonville was ,riwkqd .H t',

Mr. and Mrs. Sid Pike and visiting friends here Sunday aft VlIT'S ,

daughter, Betty of New York ernoon. O u s Is a former well

here Wednesday known boy of our community and '
and Miami were +d ltuiae.a ssegclncnt
has friends who are always
and Mrs. Bob Sat many
visiting salt ilia rartr mID'
to him. He is )
terflcld. Mr. Pike owns and controls H 01
.lltPe' nephew of Mrs. S. E. Jones. ...... diet I.odte4s.boat
all patents on sky-writing Fred W. Ellis of Galnesvlll doll ___'s elanrfe powef. and ;l'''
States and at the
In the United '
visited friends here' last .. Ittgy p.Ip. Ile'g effort
'Not for beauty alone are Holeproof Vine present time is on his way to,accept -, one day .ttalCo4ue; of Jins with I
week. a fry
sap ;
Stockings famoua.. They are properlY proportioned a commission Satterfield in was the formerly AlCorps. Joe S. Williams .of Galnesvlll schedule. Jim demands on men machines, em. .. at. J-'I', eeoVd *> makr '' ;

to fit at foot ankle calf knee and Mr. of Mr. Pike spent the week-end here with relatives a screwy dinner while on the electric Itrvlce that power.vracttcallf '-b PDWEafULI .
their the. manager downs a man-sized
thigh. colors. .
You'll love their clear every operation fro j
Miami office. the breakfast
exquisite 8hearn ... Tamed: for perfecUon Mrs Josie W.; Hall and Miss Mom's doing I blueprint to I bomber!

quality and fine craftsmanship Holeproof Fine Mamie Hall bad as their guest dishes,, deeps the day away, Fortunately the electric Indus t R

Stocking assure you of beauty and long wear. Lawtey Methodist recently. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lowery and gets breakfast at the family WIll rtaJy when the crisis 411 i

The Rev. Herbert Hazzard announces and Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabryof supper table! II,', on the mid.try came-ready with power to turn
1.15 $1.35TERNBERG'S' the following services for Jacksonville. nighl shift' at the flan plant, the eager wheels of almost every .Jf
Smith. Jr. It
Sunday: Sunday School 10:30: ,'A. Hogan e armament factory now in opeirtion OSPNd
tats week.
relatives Tampa
M Morning Worship 11:30 A. to meet new r'
; CoMTinuotis production 14 -
Richard Smith of Ralford visited
M. Evening Worship 8 P. M. Len- with constructs'
tremendous new
Wednesday friends and relatives here this hours a day
ten services every .
evening at 8 P. M. week.


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; ;.; ..d PAGE SIX manirrtRn COUNTY rw nRAPIL 8TARKK. FLORIDA _ _ _ FRIDAY. FJ.BIth.-;._ I

II I : 4I,IviFARMERS' SECTION FARM NOTES Had Farm Full Council Meeting I WITH OUR FARMERS Airplane Two Bradford Mech CouJ

By r... T. Dyer County Agent men Pvt. Dan !)
Friday NightThe three and that his In fine Hazen
El E. Lee liven about plants are If
RURAL HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD Soil Conservation' Payment miles East of Starke near Road shape. and Pvt. Ancil Futcb

,. COMMON' SENSE. . Over $15,000: has been distributed Council had Agricultural a full schedule Planning of 28 on a 40-acre plot, about 10 of the have Just been rra If

to the armers of Brad which is cleared. However, all Wlllard Cannon lives with his Airplane .Mechanlce

INCREASED FOOD CHOPS CAKE OF CLOTHESThe trlbuted to the farmers of Brad- business at its meeting last Fri- of the <40< acres is fenced, he said father, Clarence Cannon, between Keesler Field, the nest

first step In taking care mente for complying with the day night at the courthouse. Saturday. Starke and Lawtey near Road 13. Technical School ,
As spring work geta under way Among the problems brought up Miss near
) of clothing intelligently Is knowIng Agricultural Conservation They
pro On their 35 raise are
acres they a
farm the what the fabric is made of, for discussion by the secretary, He has five cattle, bogs a become floe L
)t on this state's 75,000 gram In 1941. The total amount few berries, and mixed vegetables. instructors ta
mule about 30( chickens and nearly ..
Florida farmers plow la turning for methods of cleaning, pressing, estimated will be over 20000. L. T. Dyer were scrap Iron on "Well sell a few string beans on mechanics school,,
Is two and a half acres of strawberries -
the farms that the government or
removing spots, and storing vary These checks six weeks to
came Just
a furrow which will be an invul.iLJ wheat which the )-36,000 plants. the market, but don't get anything taCtlcl1
I to the fibres In a and calling for; feed airplane
according gar earlier this year than last, for them" he said maJntenance
J' uabl. second line of defense for ment. the total amount will be about government Is proposing to sell lie came to Bradford County Saturday. ill!,
Mr. is 26
Cannon of
States. In the face the farmers at a low cost; fertilizer Putnam when six years age IN TRial comor
the United from only yearsof DP '
$5,000 more this
It will help also in taking care year. I and registered but was put in .lUUUI'' 1'111
," certain to fill the farmers' needs He pent a in the Jl'L lIat.t.o.'onn. c,;
/ of shortage of labor and of clothing to know whether the mould be age. year !
In 1942 the payment class 4, he said. His father was .:. : o
"f" : ,
this for oricn : "
cane Plant
business In
year: sugar syrup strawberry City I
\1)) ; equipment and materials. the color in a material Is fait to light nearer $30,000 for this county not In World War 1, but four of IN tin nM'rATu, 1
this seed I 1Jl"
and of cane
sources ; back In 1923 and the ;year JACOBS, tit
i.rJtf/i tanner Is putting his ahoulder to and to washing, whether and how since the vegetable allotments seed corn'of varieties his father's) brothers were-Rob*,I To all d..I1..d.
Improved work In
; that doing carpenter creditor ,,
much the garment Is likely to off. I anel
have been taken ert Elisha having III
Griffis. Qritfls
Carl- claims
) \ ; the wheel to Inaugurate the biggest and what finishes, that give increased yields; gum Miami. He worked at construction I said I ectatet or do....,.
shrink special
The payments are mads on about ton Grlffls and 1
Truby Griffis. The
J :,1';' year of agricultural produc- farming and the need for more work; at Camp Blanding for You and each of
If have been applied to the I
any 20 different practices that farmers two by '01,
last-named notified
'//1 tion this state and nation have naval stores and Sea Island cotton men were overseas and t
r ,\: ; three of four months the tatter I any claim roqUl1'f>tI ,
material. Find out about these
: known. may carry out Each farmer and the of seed. ; while the other two were I you and d.......
I' I. : ever points when buy-from labels source part of 1040<< and the first of 1941. or either of
.. you should become familiar with in in this against You,
i "! ., Food. production and other ,clerks and store buyers! these practices so that he might These subjects were discussedat Mr. Lee raises beans, Irish potatoes camps Country. Two I Jl&oob.., deceftsed the .'at. "
other of
brothers his father
( ': goals set by the UAJted'Slates De- length-and the committeemen peas,.cane,' corn, velvet I County, Florida, to or
tfull, I
To wash'1wool, use'warmsoftwater earn his allowance. The,total Dolph Grjrfis, nd' : Perryman, 'h.
partme 't'ot Agriculture have'glv. amount from every :community,were instructed beans,'-sweet potatoes, etc.. And Clyde Gvlffi&I I ford Count JUd
I and mild allowances for the county County
Squeeze at
I. en farmers a planned task wherein soap. to carry this information markets most of it in Starke. have registered< for service in 1 Countrt Cour hou..his. 01k..
suds through cloth-don't rub. to over $70OOO, and we are getting I i In iIIti,
if they can exert all their energies to the farmers In his area. Asked about the new War Time, the present war, though Dolph I is I County, 'Iorld,,,
'f.l: Dry in a warm place but not less than one-third of this married and plyde Is too old to I months from the date III'',
I in growing those thingsf V. V. Bowman, extension leaderIn he said he began and quit work publication herof. or
near a fire or direct sunlight. amount because farmers) are not be I: All
called at d..mo.nda do
f vitally needed without wasting 'Stretch knit garments Into shape complying with the program In agricultural planning, was present about the same time as always by once. I I time and not In the Present,1"" H,
,))41 either labor or materials on lesa while damp and lay them, out flat full. and talked on the value of i the sun, though he thought it a Mrs. Dolph Grlffls said that herein shall b" barred h'.hn".

4'' \'1:1. necessary Items. Principal items to dry. Press other wool the Council In reaching every good idea when on public worksof they had 120 acres at Rosier, not by Dated law.
garments Cane February
t : needed from Florida farms are Sugar farmer of the county with Information any kind to go by the clock. all under cultivation. "I don't Marsh tth ,.'
while itlll
damp Jacob
'j (: peanuts home gardens, milk, eggs are : Since sugar rationing' will be In that Is vitally in to the he A. E".cutrl", of
,(i'' with a medium-hot iron and a necessary Referring present war, know who will win the war, said nard Jacobs the EaIt!
( f:1 i and poultry, beef and pork, and prcs"lnlr cloth. effect, every farmer should grow the defense nroirram. said '"According to the papers, Mrs. Griff: "but the reason decaa.jJoJeltry. < 1.1
Florida farmers are concentratingon sugar cane for syrup. Let's adoptthe W. T. Nettles, extension district .
2 ,., ,- Rough handling while It is wet Japan is battling; along pretty we're not doing so well and they .
"Put the old
them. harsh soap sudden extremes of slogan. syrup agent. was present, and well for tha., time, being. But I are Is because! they are at home ....... '
title Don.twaSt
pitcher back on the "
I Nearly three times last year's temperature in washing water or stressed the live-at-home pro- don't think she has a chance in and we are not. We.Lon't have .
until we short of food to
a acreage of peanuts is needed, drying cause a wool garment to start get gram, and said that one of the the world to ever win. Sha will anything to fight with. I tell you 0
food but
since Industrial uses of oils and become boardy. You can do practically start this growing crops most important jobs of this fall, and great will be the fall. I we could fight at home." Whereupon

% t fats have greatly increased during nothing about this shrinkage year. Council was f6 get every farmer think the situation a little more the.reporter*.replied: "If we
; The state and government stations (;
the last two years. Peanuts If you try to stretch the have few to produce plenty of food at home serious than we think It..Is. In don't fight abroad we will certainly
perfected a
s9 are needed for oil for the edible garment back into shape, the fine varieties of which very for his family including a year the long run, we'll win. They gota have to fight at home." '

trade, and for bogs, and Florida fibres break into short pieces1 sugar cane round garden, poultry and eggs, rood /sneak start on us: but I I UOU1tABLET&BnI.,
I are resistant to diseases and
farmers have been asked to grow soon work out and weaken the pro- a milk cow, and plenty of syrup we'll make them sorry for that
duce a higher yield of cane giving -
273,000 acres. Peanut can be cloth. ; and sweet potatoes. tIt sneak before it Is done with."I .

grown without fertilizer, and consequently a higher percentage of sugar. Is itr. think the aid of the farmerin
For washable rayons, use heavy These varieties are only numbered very encoraglng Dyer Prompt Service Careful D
.:t do not entail added expenses lukewarm suds or neutral soaps. and the best ones are Nos. said, to .see the Interest the farmers raising everything he can so
't or drain the fertilizer resources. In the Council that. there will be no of
; Do not rub, but handle them with 116, 290, and 762. Any of these are showing shortage
: They should be planted particular care while wet. RinseIn are better than the old varieties! and the work that it Is doing. He food supply is one thing the Starke Taxi

thick for best yields. water the same temperatureof now being grown, and there are believes that much good will be farmers can do to help win the Servij

Everyj farm with a' home'gar the ,wash water. Iron .with,a i several farmers in West Florida accomplished. war," he concluded.

den is another geal wUCtt| : the Department moderately'warm'iron.' For ace Edgar, A.. 'Klcuppelburg, FSA -
I I having these for sale. Now is a '
of :Agriculture believes 'tate rayons keep the temperature good time to take a truck and supervisor, and the District Super Claude Morgan, 19, lives with Locally Owned'and Opeated

important and which it seems even lower. Try the iron go over there and get a load for visor were present and pledged his father, W. H. Morgan eight

will hardly be reached this year first on the back part of a hemor the start this year. See the their cooperation to the work_the milea northwest of Lawtey. They Phone 150

without more Interest than has a seam to make sure It's not county agent for names. Council l Is undertaking. cultivate 15 out of 20 acres, from

been exhibited thus far. Every so hot it will melt the rayon. which they sell some products Day

farm family which grows a good To clean most cottons, wash Seed Corn Brooker TeachersMrs. :on the Jacksonville market, and

home garden will provide health them. Colored cottons need to be The seed corn situation Is very use the balance for home con- ,

insurance for its members, will color-fast both to washing and similar to the cane. A few very Daisy Fisher was elected sumption.

not have to buy garden products to If they fine varieties bave been- -- -released- -- and'' Like else '
light are to be satis principal, the following persons everybody -farmers or
from supplies whicu are import- factory. And- they should not by the Experiment Station which were chosen as teachers, for not-they sometimes get up by

ant to city people and the armed shrink more than 2 percent in will out produce by as much as the Brooker school at the special the clock and sometimes by the The World's News Seen Through

f p; ,forces, and will relieve transportation order to retain the fit of the garment 50 percent over the usual farm meeting of the County Board of sun Beibg only 19 years of age, '
varieties. SCIENCE
r facilities to the extent that after washing. Look for These corns are Just Public Instruction last Friday, Mr. Morgan has not yet had to MONITOR!

Miey would be required In shipping definite facts about both points about as resistant to weevils as Feb. 20: Mrs. Dorcas Carver, Mrs. register for army service though AM International Daily Newspaper
usual farm
1k these vegetables. Here indeed when you buy. corns. The difference Loca Whit ten, Mrs. Zilphla his father was a soldier' in the M TrutK/ul-Constructive-Unbiased-Free from Senutios'I

is one place where every Textile experts say there's nothing In the yield will build I a Steele Mrs. Melva Barrel :Miss last war. "I don't mind going to ism-Editorials Are Timely and Instructive and In Dub I

; farm family has an opportunity to the old custom of soaking weevil-proof crib. Madeline Crosby and Mrs. Nevada war if I have to," he said Satur-I Featnrce, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Male|

i4 to make an important patriotic materials in a solution of salt and The one and only hybrid variety Palmer;' day, "and I believe we'll win." the Monitor in Ideal Newtpsper for the Home.

contribution In 1942. water to "set" the color. It doesn't recommended for Florida is the Asked what the farmers might -- The Christian- Science-p:.llihi"Sier;; ;

; Milk and milk products are work. Hybrid W-l. This variety will notcome Brooker ,Baptist help do to help win the war, he One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts. :

needed in larger quantities, too. true to seed. The White '" replied: "If we can produce more Pries $12.00 Yearly, or 01.00 Month.

Since greatly Increased numbersof New River Baptist .' Florldent and the Yellow Flor-i The Rev. G.JW. S. Ware, a former food on the farm it will be the Saturday Iisue, including Magazine Section, ;02.60 a Ytw

cows cannot be obtained on ident, which will come true to pastor will preach at the best way to help." Introductory Offer, 6 Saturday Issue :23 Ctnts.SAMPLff ".
short notice State The Rev. J. Fred Green of Jacksonville .! variety when seed are saved and I Brooker '. 't
1, ij' Extension Agricultural planted, are also' of Baptt Sunday, H.: I* Garrett who lives 3 1-2 jo.f J,:___._.:.______.___.. .-_._
Service officials 'say formerly of Brooker, will I products theExperiment March 1, at the mid-day service, ,

that more feed and better care deliver a message! .at the New', Stations, ,and are 12.o'clock. Wax Time. T, B. Pin- miles' southeast of, Starke stated MJ5L----------___._._.. _.__._______
r will be the principal meanS of.securing River, ,, ,Baptist Church Sunday highly recommended. holster 'says, 'All those not attending that, he sold< -45'plats 'of ,strawberries oF t COPY ON REQUEST

Increased milk production. morning March 1, at 11 o'clock. Farmers desiring seed of these church elsewhere are invited during' the month of January

tt They add, however, that it is possible The public is Invited. varieties should see the county to meet and worship withus. at the rate of 25c a pint

., to obtain some good milk agent as early as po slble. ."

cows In Florida and nearby Baked Chicken SupperBaked Sea Inland Cotton Seed L

;tales. Those wishing to plant Sea Island

$' OTKNOCBArilKICS- NOT E for the cafeteria chicken f icon cupper the at menu the seed from cotton R.can B. Roberta secure ,certified WorthIngton -

.,t4 PADS- 15c each- BRADFORD Methodist Recreation Hall on corner who will sell them or will SIX
yOfJNTY TKUCQItAMI. of Walnut and Jefferson enter Into an agreement whereby I Tjjt.i

streets Saturday beginning at he will let the farmer have seed 1Fi sou

tg Beware Coughsfrom 5:30 to: the P."Eat-a-lot"M. Everybody Club.Is Invited, seed.and will A gin good the propo cotton 1t1on.for See the INCHSERMON

common colds him this. or the county. agent about!

That Hang On AUTO PARTSUSED Peanut Seed I

TIRES, (WE IIAVKYOUK Peanut seed will be furnished
Creomulsion relieves promptly be- by the Government If the peanuts .
4 eanae it goes right to the seat of the SIZE), GENERATORS. are to be dug and sold for REV. ROBERT. HASPEX
4 trouble to help loosen and expel AUTO GLASS CASH FOR
1', perm laden phlegm, and aid nature OARS AND TRUCKS IN AMICONDITION1. oil. and the cost paid when peanuts FI

to soothe and heal raw, tender in are sold. Tin Parabltt by the See.

flamed branes.TeU bronchial your druggist mucous to sell mem Peanuts for hogging are scarce Le nn for March 11 Mark 4: t63t;
$$44j ft bottle of Oreomulslon with the un Used Autos $25 up and high priced. The Greenwood Matthew I3t 4+50.

derstanding you must like the way it Products Co., at High Springs Golden TtH John 7, 46.

fA; to quickly have allays the cough or you are HASKINSAUTO has secured good peanuts from The Parables by the Sea illus
your back.
money Alabama
and sells them at trate
a very the nature of the kingdomand
,CREOMULSION PARTS reasonable price for planting for the kind of people who compose -

for Coughs.Chest Colds Bronchitis North of Town on Road 19 hoge. The local merchants may itThe
get these if they wish. first two show that the kingdom
'! will come slowly and surely
Cured Pork as things develop in the field. We
W. T. A survey of the cold
CLUTE-REALTOR storage may become impatient, may ;yearn
- F. H. A. plants show that the amount of for good results more quickly. But .i
home-cured meat is about 30 to it Is ours to sow the good seed; No. 21 -

want the listing on your property <40< percent below what it was this God gives the increase. Results and
time times must be left to him. Let WHEN DIBARTIFICIAL
We have some wonderful properties for sale year. This means that Christians be
; :' See us about your Real Estate Needs hogs have been sold on foot instead beginnings will lead to large things. HEAT

119 E. of curing them out. It also The next two parables also illus ":lUaapp..rrJ4a7.X.7..1901.Fe (

t11 CALL STREET PHONE 66 means that there is likely to be trate the Exalted place of the kingdom I M A WATE I S P 0 I T4urbac the gr *t fire that leveled

a shortage of cured pork on the and the kind of man who wins tlieCitrof Jacksonville from

I farms before the year Is out. that it. The kingdom Is above all things OM.THE ST. JOHNS RIVER? "'' ...:" Street.asortla toUogans
A 200 pound men seek. Only he who give.
: hog says W. J. I it the chief Cre.k. east to Ute Dual
SINCLAIR Sheely, extension place can be a true citizen -
PRODUCTS will animal husbandman of it. A man sold all h. had Street viaduct, and south to*Bay and Xanra. The wind _

around $20 bring the farmer and bought the field where he bad which bad been taking the fire ...veered around and _________
: Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels if dressed when sold live, but found a great treasure; a merchant blew front the north, swirling;the terrific heat ont over
it man .
sold all _
be had
bring him $30 and bought ____
: as cured the the river, causing a perfeet waterspent to form and _
WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR meat. Also, be says that splendid pearl. _
HEATING if the farmer to The last parable shows the travel alone the waterfront. The phenomenon added
GIVE goes the sepa
US store
A RING WE DELIVERH. and buys this much meat he will I ration between good and bad. As to the excitement of the occasion, but did no other II ***7 _

pay about $50 for It. fifth In this columnists present time, saboteurs and damage This probably the only known instance of fts! >,/p-
are east
E. TUCKER There is only about another time must come when the unworthy out. the: a waterspout being formed by artificial heat
month left this season for curing shall be cast out of the kingdom

For Sinclair Refining Co. pork. Farmer, don't get caught and those of unquestioned alle
short on cured pork this glance to Christ shall remain.
year. Tills Is "Flltt T '
Phone 158 'Amid terrible hindrances to the ,
Fla. Gilchrist kingdom now. let us preserve our JAX, lEER Dry Smooth aid
Legislator faith in Its ultimate success and. ,

I May above au. enthrone Christ as our "
CandidateS' personal Savior that we may enJoy MillOW I ,was first enjoyed by Jackson- '

: the blessings of the kingdom YilJ 'lovers of beer J4
i Halley B. good 'wayback in.1914 *i.-"e'1"' .
now and have
young: Gil a sure place in it
christ County legislator hTMftef '_ .,.making that year another outstanding '
.u_ .__ Is con- I
BiuorinK entering the race for IN CIRCUIT COUR.... BRADFORD date In the city's history I It brought to __ .

ypRffTYIf'4 Congress to from the Second District COUNTY.. VXOR1DAI IN cssaNCICRY. Jacksonville an industry that makes an

succeed Representative Lex Etna ),). WarS Plaintiff. v. A. important annual contribution _
to the
Green of Norman community _
Starke, who .. Ward Defendant. Case No. _
for congressman-at-Iarge. nn.ORnER OP PUBLICATION in taxes and payrolls in purchases ___

As representative In the 1937 AND NOTICE TO .AHPBJAR i of equipment and materials, and gives the, __
Do legislative OP FLORIDA to: A. Nor _
Your Trading live la sessions, Lewis was ac 'man Ward, whose reeldonoe) Is Un. J. city one of theworld's finest been r Try _
school known.You.
legislation and __ _
aerv- of
ed as are required to appear i a bottle this superb locally-brewed
chairman on
where 6 of the ,
l pieces Rogers Silverware Committee March 9th., 1942. in the above
are on Education of Friendship today!
given with as a member named Court and
away cause, wherein
; A or certificates. every $40 in trade of the which Special Legislative Committee County lalntlff Telegraph a eka divorce.shall Bradford publish 1 TIE lAX BBEWIBQ COMFAIYmeiciomiiit ::1
Are drafted :
IteileeroeJ and thin Order
spon In next four weekly Ui ILORIDI
: In Cash If cored passage of the present code i cuee.
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A recently released map showing the Pacific, and Southwest Pacific war son* where the Yanks. British
Something hot, something to warm and Dutch are battling the Japanese forces.. Of especial interest la the sane marked with the broken heavy rs;
up the system and something to stir Soup black line, which the Japanese have decided by. themselves coarse, Is their territory providingthey conquer -

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action so it can Julienne Beets troops have landed. !

enjoy the meal it- Cloverleaf Rolls,.Butter and Jam
iPi IM t'IRJVI.'C01.mT.: IIHADKOHO4CHIMTY. seal' at Starke. Florida this ..J.DO"'P'ICIAL Jean 1015 'Colorado Street,
sell-this is soup. Orange-Pineapple Salad ". .. JPLOR1IIAI 1% CHAN- 31st 1942. H.nleYk an.... .
Good companionto Tarts ('.:n1(. ( "SEAL' )., A.I. Thomas You are required to appear on
i7 Chocolate Peppermint Willie Cray, Plaintiff, Audrey As Clerk of said Court. 2-6 4t 2dNathan March 2nd, 1943. in the above
a dinner on Coffee :Tea Milk (Ira), Defendant. Case J:: 1792. Schevlts, Jacksonville Fla. named Court and cause, wherein.
cool nights or Recipe Given. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf.IM plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
this is the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telegraph I publish
main dish tor luncheon
a STATE OF FLORIDA to: Audrey HUB Order In next weekly Issues
rt : r>puUtlon soup has acquired. Solve Cray whose.r"a! unknown COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT. BRADFORD IN CHAN- Emeries needs battalion of women reedy to fly to their poau.If/kit j jtoothing

i 'r, a lift to your meals and get the salt and pepper. You are 2nd, 1942. In the above onMarch tKHV. seal Witness at Starke my, hand Florida and, this official Feb- I dishes in s tervict. club or taking charge of the table of/jrouif
appetite, off to a brisk start These Chicken BeullloB. named, Court and cause, wherein Stanford U Wiggins, Plaintiff vs. ruary 2nd. 1942. I era 10 fret them JOT defense work, hers It something you can da.
; savory soup recipes will help you: (Serve 8) plaintiff, . ,
I( 'shall publish ORDER OF' As Clerk of said Court.: 8.. 4t'221T.
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to stewing n&de-e
Onion. So.,. pound t l In next four weekly Is- Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. THERE IS
(Serves .4 to 6)) 2 chicken feet Att. for Plf. YOU of the .
slice.Witness OF FLORIDA to: Lonie are one
i :3 I .4 water my hand and official What can I do for i
to boiling
quarts General
cubed Jack
w 2 dices bacon, this Wiggins, Delivery IF
i seal' Florida, J.QfU.'P'ICIAL ? I who have
I diced 3tl..rt.l941L. sonville. North Carolina. iv CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD women defense? That'i n.htt
.4 sweet Spanish onions 3 stalk celery: or Vt cup uary :
'If' You are required to appear on
SEAL) A. J. Thomas.An badly since
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i' ;: 2 tablespoons flour celery root Clerk of said Court. 2-6 4t 2.21Nathan April Oth, 142 in the above named CKHY. .American women are
1 onion, sliced Court and cause wherein plaintiff William Lowry Smyth, Plaintiff vs. America V went! to war now is Kathleen
't 1 quart milk Ek-hevlts, Jacksonville Fla. seeks divorce, Bradford County Helen Townsend Smyth, Defendant today. Norm I
!: Salt and pepper Salt and pepper Ally for Flf.IV Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Case No 1194.ORDER the time for you to make afresh i sieves there it something t

!"II' Stale bread :Nutmeg CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Witness next four my weekly hand Issues and official NOTICE OF !PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR start. of us can do if it's only/ 1

+ Crated American cheese Clean chicken and cut into small COIIN'r"J ". FLOtUU\ IN IHANCKHV. seal at Hlarke Florida, this Feb- RTATE OF FLORIDA to: Helen I loss care of children rots
Fry cubed bacon slowly over low piece Scald chicken feet Skin and ruary lIt II., 1942 Townsend Hmyth. 81O MaiD Street, Any woman who indulgesin
Allen Uoldman, Plaintiff vs. Molly (OFFICIAL SEAA. J. Thomas Darby, Pennsylvania.You taming service men or t ddl
heat, stirring constantly until fat isM remove nails. Pour boiling water Goldman. Defendant Cane No. 1781.OROBIl I As Clerk of said Court. 2-13 4t ..6 are required to appear on vague, groundless fears, the menial t/UkllCfllIft
extracted lift out crisp bacon bits over chicken, feet celery and onion. OP PUBLICATIONAND Jones E. Bryant Jacksonville. Fla. March: 2nd, 1942. In the above communicates them to her any of
NOTICE! TO APPEAR named Court and cause, wherein.
for Plf.iv called work
Atty. to in f factorial
and set aside. Place thinly sliced Cover and simmer about :8V4 hours. STATE OF* FLORIDA to: Molly I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford neighbors or allows the chil-
onions in pan with some of bacon Remove chicken strain stock and Goldman 473 Koaciusko Street, < n&de-e:: lo"'ual publish on other defense projects/ s.9

,a fat and saute until clear and ten- season. The chicken may be used New You York are City required New to York.appear on COUNTY.riRcrir FLORIDA COURT. BRADFORD IN CHAN- this. In next weekly Issues dren of the household to be neceuorily leave undent. It,

der. Sprinkle flour over onions, creamed, in casseroles or wherever March 2nd, 1942. In the above CtlKY.DennlK Witness my hand and official frightened is a bad American. cannot all serve in the //rail
named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff : Ellwood HAnley Plaintiff seal at Stark Florida, this February .
? blend add milk and crisp bacon cut, cooked chicken Is called for. seek divorce Bradford vx Bonnie Jean Hstnley, Defendant. 2nd, 1942.. | Any woman who complains liRe, but we can all do apart |
8Ur constantly over direct heat or Lentil has long been among ( ) : I( Case No. 1116. (OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J. Thorns'
soup n&de-e: fo'lI..al lIl to keep things rUMilj
fp cook in double boiler until soup thin I In next, : weekly .- ORDER OF PUBLICATION As Clerk of .s.M"Court.34t'2: <-24T. I. constantly of'change, of the
the highranking AN1> NOTlrE TO APPWUIr"RTATE'Or Frank Landt"in> of of.the :
thicken slightly. Season with salt Witness Bonnie. rising 'cost food
favorites. Because m.y hand and official FLORIDA to: Alt. for Plf
This is time sdik
a and pepper. Serve In soup plate''! it has substance things she once could afford no for
with croutons made by toasting stale nagging and grounJleueml/
: such as and can't now is a bad Amer-
It is time for courait uil
a read in oven Sprinkle grated the lentil themselves t a
cheese over bread lust before serving. meat or j for action and there iSicwthingyou |

y u; even sausage, it's a.. f -: Such women are not worthy of can: do to help
Flavor's the important thing in excellent served the protection and liberty their flag

soup and you'll know Just to what a* a main dish, bas given 'them; they are essentially another year to finish the Jot

extent when you try: especially for stupid a drag,upon the supreme time is on our side.

j Split Pea Soap. Sunday night effort to which all America is now Our resources are llmiUeu! ;

;4 (Serves 8 to 8) suppers: committed. compare the manpower of lO

t 1 cup dried split peas Lentil Soap. Nobody wants to bear their troubles other nation of the earth to to:

?,, 2 quarts cold water (Serves 6 to 8) II1iJ4L'd' ; there is not one of us womenIn a united America, England, 11

q Ham bone with a little meat on itH 2 cups lentils our broad land today who has China, Holland and all the
small onion not plenty of her What
3 quarts cold water own. we nations- overwhelmed now, bit
Salt and pepper 2 pounds brisket of beef or ham need from each other is courage always to be powerless to

Soak peas overnight drain and bone and laughter ingenuity in solvingthe a comfortable tour-lItthl"

cover with the cold water. Heat to 1 stalk celery, diced ; new problems and filling the world' fighting energy on our

; ::4.' boiling point, add onion and ham 2 onions, cubed new blank spaces, and faith that It is 'tragic, and we woma

))one. Simmer 3 to 3 I hours or until 2 tablespoons fat looks, as the gong says, "beyondthe it bitterly, that it must come to
tender. Remove ham bone and ''
sea- 2 tablespoons flour years.,
that evil must be invoked to
lOlL Serve with crisp tout Salt and pepper 1 ,. If your boy 1 II )In the service bema come evil and peace-lovinf
If you're having a rather heavy r .
tit : Pick over lentils, wash and soak not come borne. Granted. Or be forced into the sluggirg ur
meal and
i are considering omitting overnight in cold water. Drain,, cover be may come borne blind or crip of the gutter.
the don'tforego
soup with cold water, and cook with pled. Granted. But the CHANCES Can Signify Strife.

the pleasure the meat for 1V4 hours. Add celery are that he will return to you whole But we can! elevate, we cat

of having a and onion and cook for 3 hours. and unhurt, and when he doe you nify and Justify it if we keep !in

: light clear' soup Blend melted tat and flour season must be ready to help him live in the great objectives; that Uttli
because It juit
the thing for then add IVi cups stock and cook until the new world. A poorer world a tone may live under Just 1m,

ti heartier meals. Here's a that thick. Add rest of stock and world burdened with tremendous In no fear of encroachment or

au be made in advance and soup heatedlust serve with a slice of rye bread problems, but I believe, a happier talon and that great nations!
sprinkled with cheese and toasted one. A world with its eye wide constitute themselves the war-
before ervln Its
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t savor la until the cheese is melted., ,Lentil open to the fact that peace a* wellas over God's peace in the wok
inspired by a careful com-
rti putation! of seasonings. soup Is good also wjth.smoked sausage war has its battles to win, and Your Job and mine is to

y t Clear' Tomato Soup. or frankfurters in place of the while-there 1 I. a slum or a hungry perfect our lives, outside and B

(Serves 6 to 8) meat listed above. baby or e work-hungry
: 1 quart brown soup stock Another good soup that make a employed In that world, it can hold over health that simple dirt

lqw 1 can tomatoes meal in itself is this: Deep sea oysters : no prospect of a secure and honest plenty of walking and goodnights

% teaspoon peppercorns are especially: flavorful for ; I future. of rest insure. To keep
r this: i < r Do you realize that In England, serene.'realMM:'
; > 1 email bayleaf spirit within us
Oyster Bltqae. ) A after all the bombings of the past old Terra
I 8 cloves f this i* poor, faulty
ri n I : year, the death rate was lightly 0
I S sprigs thyme (Serves II) upon which we live-not
1 pint oysters BELOW what it had been In normal Yallnalla 'but a pJJ
Eden ,
tablespoon butter or or
t prigs parsley Hi cups water I ;f i'i'E yean What' the answer? mistakes and blindness, when*
Salt and The answer is that the starving to pi!
cup each onion carrot, celery pepper ', cry little while we have
v' l.. cup raw ham, diced 2 cups milk I + poor bad, been brought out of the blood and sweat and tears for 11II
and pepper H cup dry bread crumbs fearful city slums, the men set to terval of peace and barrooW 1

onion carrotcelery and 1 tablespoon butter work, the women given jobs, and. ,

in butter 5 minutes. Add 1 tablespoon flour all of them fed. And also becausethe ;' win.To make borne a place

tomatoes, peppercorns, bayleaf. 1 onion chopped fine children had been shipped to' fears and complaints don't

Cloves, thyme and parsley. Cover I stalk celery chopped fine country places, where, despite extraordinary Where Mother finds ways of II

and cook slowly 1 hour Strain care- I prig parsley, chopped fine difficulties, they bad meatless meals delicious, of

fW7' add hot stock and season with Cook oysters in their own water been slowly brought up to the level the blackout room into the

t-' and liquor until they curl. Add onion luckier children, decently fed and place In the house, of holdlnl

r celery parsley and simmer gently housed and trained. to the thought that when Tom

Lyma: Bays .for 20 minute.. Scald milk add kw { And because there was so.much borne and his uniform 1 1I1.ld'
n bread crumbs and cook for 15 mln. less motor traffic. It would be avery he must find a courageous.busy

Good deserve attractive utea in double boiler. Put mixture When 1 4 terrible battle-that cost u* 30.- family a' family: on-i
buy { l
you you want to 000 I1vbs, and maimed and den"
accompaniments. Here are some through a sieve. Melt butter, blendin wounded equal to the tremendous
popular ideas: flour and seasonings. Add milk lOO.tidO more of our boy*. But that' war-time and ready,to help! bill

.*Thln slices of lemon chopped and crumb mixture. Rub oysters buy something with the wbat careless driving cost u* last peace to find his place in the'JDII

parsley thin slices of avocado through a sieve and add to milk .year and will cost u* this. Wars used to be entirely
mixture. Serve with Antes Mere Dsnxereos.. business. He went away to
slightly salted whipped cream soda cracker quality you can count one ,'
You don't tremble and shiver and of him trlckW'only
toasted almonds. Quick soup may be concocted parts, news
In the bread line from Her. shut doors and cower under bed at long interval, and then .*.
't you can really can are some combinations You want the
4 do a lot of tricks, such as cutting guaranteed to please: real thin Your because motor car are racing over could only worry starve raj. ,
: the bread Into fancy shape witha the highways, yet there 1* a greater and wonder what on earth
o cookie cutter then toasting and 1 soup can tomato soup 1 can pea guests want !the! real! thing, danger )in a steering wheel trusted hooting was about. .
to We all
or hands Its different now.
sprinkling on before
( ing. Rings (made soup with doughnut.erv- 1 can soup tomato soup 1 can chicken too. Coca-Cola is!the real ,i.inq than In enemy bomb Especiallyas in this war. America need r bI i
cutter), animal shapes, hearts, t can chicken soup, 1 can celery bombs, which have not conquered Ions of women ready to
stars and diamonds are popular. in refreshment. gallant England must come thousand post; scores of SaD FranclJi
yr Cheese sticks are good too and soup with the of miles to reach us. have called off the coUlllo''
a 1
can consomme, 1 can tomato :{1t
are made by sprinkling grated Make no mistake America and shelved the bridge parties

i a cheese on bread strips broiled 1 can Juice chicken soup 1 can mush quality of genuine goodness. 5 I her Allies will win this war, as Jobs of sentinel intelligence 00.

and served hot. room America baa won every war; littleor secretaries, nurses tor Deft

Chopped chives or chopped soup You big upon which she has en it Is only washing dishes to s i
4 1 can tomato soup, 1 can asparagus trust its quality the "
parsley either by themselves or tered even though the odds were club or taking charge of

sprinkled over the salted whipped 1 can mushroom soup heavily against her.': It may take of half-a-dozen young mothertree

cream add color to soup platters chicken broth soup, 1 can OTTIIB UN D'. AUTHORITY O* TNI COCA-COtll COMPANY. her a year tot, get ber full force them tor defense work.A!M'$J
into action; and as she pushes the SOMETHING can do.
(Released br W..tern
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. bavaders steadily out of ,one strong- sooner you get to it, the Id'yare

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Pleats With Long Torso CHAPTER VIII

Deaolle Borland's protect
PARENTHOOD that hla bank account la ample though
Dy CHERIE NICHOLAS the eontraoting biuuima toi New. York la J4
dead his pretty opera-struck wU Doris .
resumes her "eanvr." Interrupted by
bar maniac at 19 and th. birth of
two children. Borland knows her
y / purpoM. to bolster th. family Income
liJ gr MBS. CATHDUIQS. CONRAD EDWARDS la Juat; another lubtarfui Hugo Lcrntm. -
her teacher always around IrrtUte. ?
Ataodart Editor. Vane Movable x z him. After Dorta gives a Town v

_ Hall recital., Cecil Carver opera aln..r. 1
phones Borland. At bar hotel Cecil says
WIZEN CHILDREN ARE ILLS Dorla has a good vote but lacks style. 1
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Is the most have-to- Making out a written schedule or Fat3 sings ba.n't It the and words aha says of a b.certain has a ana aon(barl-. Ha 'a'

1 period of the year with nursing to be done during the day ton. voice. Cecil know of Dons through i1
happening in even the and giving the :youngster if he can Lorentz says Hugo la hopalnal In love I
Bot famUies. I want toTbme tell time, the task of reminding :you with Darts and that Doris tortures avtry _
of the suggestions when Its bath or tempera ture-Uk.! man. she gets In bar clutches. Leonard -
Eve made for keeping a big time Is also recommended. It ought to wake her up by giving a
? recital she "1'' "Go get yourself a tri .
and motherto Is weU to give the child
fent content some sense umph. Hurt her where It burta" Cecil
pieces with over- of responsibility during convalescence demands payment for leaiona-klaiea.
to prepare him for going C 4* pay but declares b* loves his wtf. i __
ike the child's room atTCall back to self-dependence: when be is ,..sow ..N.t tie spends much Urn with Cecil, mattng _
on Father to help welL good progreaa. Doris tells him Jack r
!alghton la getting h.r an engagement
fat woodwork and winlet One mother found that the uncomfortable In a movie palaca Cecil on tour wires She wa In an awful *lal<. She bad on some kind el theatrical-
spring housecleaning bathrobe bunch which aim he ilngi In upstate recltala. m."_' looking dress, and her face was all twisted
J winter weariness. Put, is always the way when sitting e hit and she gala him an engagementwith
Kins at the window, bring up In bed could be eliminated by n an opera company. Again he makes off, and throw rotten eggs at her. She had the same suit, the semi
b another room (a differ- using a cotton knit daytime shirt a food and tearfully Cecil, tailing him she and ask her bow the vinegar tasted piano the came pile of music lying '
lakes a room seem like pulled on over pajamas instead of eves him says he'a making a man of -and all the rest of It. That's un around. She had left the dos
\i the furniture and bring a robe.It ilmaelf and can bring Doris to hla ,.... forgivable." from the lobby and when I went it
land gold-flsh In to give Leonard further establishes himself In He walked off' and left m.. I she was lying on the sofa, staring
later something live to Is in the preparation of food t hiS opera one by morning.learning At a the role.nd In Faust of the during run found a pay phone, put in a call at the wall and didn't even sj
and tray that mother's Ingenuity he returns to New York. H* la at home for a private ambulance When It hello. I sat down and asked hei
practical aids to nursing is most called on. The Inevitable "{ "waiting for Dorl came I went in the dressing-room how she felt after the trip. Shi
Ir( found an alarm clock, soup can be made more Interesting {, ! Ird table indispensable. U served with different crackerssoy ">;'$ was helping her Into her coat.: her rehearsals started She....

two legs folded untie -: bean toast strips, wafers buttered tlP>X/dtlY ;(; About eleven o'clock Nils came She was over the hysteria: but she tomorrow. I said that was swell. I
| with He the houseman. He looked like "What Is Leonard" Her' volct
and browned in the oven area lome. was something broken and it.
other two standing on few variations. If dessert la ; ; f. lad been out taking the children to shrunken I carried her to the ambulance sounded dry and mine wit shaky
akes a flat surface over of limited to custards make them lookas ,5 school he said and buying some put her in It. made her when I answered "Something hap 1'
knees. With different as possible. $, I nut at a market. He said he was 11* down. Christine' got In. We pened." .'
sustained by the floor s i lad to see me back and I shook started otf. "Ye. I heard." ,, ,
e secure and less tiring' One rule with a convalescent lands with him and asked for At home. I carried her upstairs. "It-broke her up." 'e "t I U'h
ent than most Improvised' child Is to .keep his curiosity satisfied Christine. Christine is his wife and undressed her and put her to bed. "It generally does.. ;
L It's ever so much room- as to what is going In the z f a l4.ylF '
on toes the cooking, and In between and called a doctor. UndressingDoris "It'*-made her feel dlt'lereDt-
f holding piper and ,,- rest of the house. He hears the lets as maid to Doris and nurseo Is like pulling the petals off a about lot of thing About-quit*
sand cut-out materials doorbell or the phone the murmurof v the children Ha said Christine flower and a catch kept coming in a few tiring."
oaks voices, or the older children comIng lad gone with Mrs. Borland. Ha my throat over how soft she was "Go on. Leonard. What did you
m clock helps to remind In from school Don't keep him acted like I must know all about U and how beautiful she wa. and how come here to tell me? Say it." I
hen it's medicine time or In suspense over all these goingson a, I $ ind I hated to show I didn't so I she wilted Into the bed. When the "She wants me back.:
[ice time. It also makes which he can't share. And of ? 1i' laid oh, of course. doctor came he said she had to be "And you?" ..
cea from the room moreif course when Father enter the door About a quarter to twelve the absolutely quiet and gave her some "I want her back, too."
|1 you set the alarm forn he'll make a beeline to greet the phone rang. It was Lorentz: "Dor- sleeping pills. He left and I closed "AU right"
and say. "I have to be little patient who has been listen be aU.around box pleats below a deep and. yoa'd better come: down and the door and sat down beside the She closed her eye*. There was
ten for a while but ing for just this visitor ever since hip yoke. let your wife." bed. She put her hand in mine. no more to say and I knew It. I "
"What's the matter?" "Leona rd'" ought to have walked out of there
nr the bell ring I'll bring the clock told him .It was office- The costume shown to the right :
iprisel"! leaving "I'll tell you. "Yes then. I couldn't do It I at least
in the above illustration con- "Where Is she" "I'm no !rOod..o"How wanted her to know how I felt
veys the most welcome and highly "The Cathedral Theater Come do you know They didn't about her how much she meant to
IN DISCUSSING and planning for important style news, that the bolero :o the stage door. I'll meet you." even give you a chance to find out." me. I went over sat down beside
E program of timely dress for costume has returned in all Its I bad a slimmer then of what "I'm no Rood." her, took her hand "Cecil, there'sa

J! F FASHION I S women during the war period it has glory to the fashion picture. You was going on. I went out grabbed "A morning chow in a picture I lot of thing I'd like to say"
been definitely conceded by every- will see bolero played: up through. a cab, and hustled down there. Hemet house" "Yes. I know." '
one concerned in fashion industriesand out the style program this season. me outside took me in. and "A picture house, a vaudeville "About how swell you've been
showed me a dressing-room. I house, an opera house-It'* all the about how much I-" ,
design that in order to render In this case self-color. eyelet em rapped on the door and went in. same. They're out there and It'* "Oood-by. '.
MEeDaue the highest service women must see broidery elaborates the bolero jacket She was crouched on the floor up to you. I'm Just a punk who' "I wanted to tell you't't

to it that they are an Inspiration in of a two-piece navy sheer cos leaning her head against a chair been a headache to everybody she "There's only one thing a mat .
appearance as well as in deed. tume. The bodice softly draped at and a theater nurse was with her know and who's got wise to ever has to tell a woman. Yot I i
: f1YPATRICIA This sentiment Is reflected in the the top Is pink. and Christine. She was In an awful herself at last. I've got voice figure can't tell me that: I know you cano I
To the left above In the picture Is state. She had on some kind of the looks-everything: but what. It tell me that; we've been all ove
DOW charming costumes illustrated atrical-looking dress, and her face takes. Isn't that funny" It don't offer me consolation '.
shown dress that usesa .
a two-piece
above. These models selected froma was all twisted and her hand were "For me, ;you've got everything prises.
SI.t.r Matf' Klicheai galaxy designed and displayed by I' shantung weave, combining white clenching and unclenching and I It takes." "AU right then. Oood-by. ,
the style creators of Chicago In orange and brown in daring con didn't need anybody to tell me she "You knew didn't you?" I bent over and kissed her. I
MABYE. DAGUE their spring showings are just the trast. The separate skirt features was giving everything: she bad to "How would I know?" She didn't open ber' eyes: dldn" ,
ft SliUt of arjr Kite***. r e 1. sort that women will love to wear box pleats from a hip yoke. Box !aght back hysterlat. -- I II "You knew.' You knew all the move. "There's 'only' one .thing 11'VANDERBILT [ '
a ai went out in the corridor with time I've been Just rotten to> ask. Leonard."
:your living_room need) and soldiers will take delight in see- pleats are really newer than side ;you.
>le to make it more Uv- pleating. Eminently correct for a Lorentz. .Wh..'* this about?" Leonard.' All because :you opposedmy "The answer !Is yes whatever tIs. .
Ing. the bird." so-called ." '
amazing how ta- "She got : career.
many wartime "suit wedding" Is the
need and can place ef- Gay: in color and young In feelingis There it was again this thing "I didn't oppose It." "Don't come back"
ithout making the room the ensemble shown to the left in creamy beige sheer ensemble at the that Cecil had said If I ever heard "No. but you didn't believe In It. "What?"
ded. the foreground of the above illustra top right in the above illustration.The I'd never forget "She sang here That was what made me so furious. "Don't come back You'ri

the indispensable table Inhe tion. Here a navy coat In spun full-length coat looks like a then?" You were willing to let me do whatever going now. You're going with el i I"
sofa or davenport for mixture Is dress' but is really a 'wide pleated "It didn't get that far. She went I wanted to do. but you my best wishes and there's no bit ,
other beverages. In the rayon and wool worn skirt seamed to a jacket top withelfcovered out there to sing. Then they; let wouldn't believe I could sing. I terness. I give you" my word 01 '
this i over a red and white printed crepe buttons down the front : her have it. It was murder." hated you for It." that. You've been decent to ml
carries books
tables, win inns frock. The telf-fabric ties tipped "Just didn't like her. hey?" "Only for that?" and I've no complaints. You haven' i
ing in a things low bowl.maybe flowers with little plastic dice repeat the from neck to hemline Finely pleated "She got too much of a buildupIn "Only for that Oh. :you mean lied to me and If It hasn't turnei
Idea print motif of the dress thus making bowknots trim the four slot pock. -! the papers" Hugo and Leighton and all my oth out as I thought It would that's no
food>le for this to choose quite a new-looking closing for the ets that adorn jacket and skirt. The "I haven't seen the papers. I've er official hand-kissers Don't be my fault not yours. But-don'
> spot. Not onlya trims dress worn under this coat repeats' been away." silly. I bad to tease you a little come back. When you go out o
table White saddle stitching
looks provide moreit coat. the pleated skirt of the coat while "Yeah. 1 know Socialite embraces didn't I? But that only showed I that door you go out of my life
iece better in front of pockets sleeves and the red leather gathered bodice fullness developer stage career-that kind of cared whether you cared" You'll be a memory nothing moreA '
of furniture. applique on the coat front. .tuf!. It was all wrong and they "Then you" do care?" sweet lovely, terrible memory
le-topped stand of the Vle- 151s from a deep yoke. for her. Just of "What do think" I'll do
To the right in the foreground a were ready one you perhaps-but my own grlevIng.
nod can be cut down in In white and Generally .speaking the ,favorite those nice morning crowds." Doris took my head in her hands, Only-don't come back"
striped print
make a more attractive novelty silhouette is the long torso effect I began to get .ore. "It would and kissed my eyes and my blow "I had sort of hoped"
le than it ever was center red on green ground Is paired witha with some sort of pleated skirt. Also, Teem to me you should have had and cheeks, as though I wert something "Ahl""What'a
esc tables were originally bright red spun rayon and wool there is much Interest In slim wraparound more sense than to put her. on too holy for her to be worthyto the matter".
w be top-heavy so when jacket. Self fabric ruching trims the skirts and those which have !acre." touch, and I wa so happy I "Y"') had sort ot hoped that suet
is corrected they are trulyen dress collar which Is worn outside I slenderizing harem drapes. "1 didn't" couldn't even talk. I sat there a this little honeymoon blow up-

the cardigan jacket. The skirt has Releaaad (. Union. "Oh you did your part. long time, my head against hers say in another week-you coult
I ( by Wei "cn Newspaper I1ir I II
the cutoff. portion can "'1 pleaded with her not to do It while she held my hand againsther give me a ring and com on over
or the base of an ottoman Listen. Borland: I'm not kld- cheek and now and then kissedIt. and start up again Just a* If nothIng
nd you will get two piece HIGHLANDBy jed about Doris and I don't think ". The pills are working." had happened."
e that are usable from you are. either. She can't sing for "You want to sleep" "No. I hoped we could bt
had been stored in the Miss Beth Wtmberly Buttons.: I tried my best to head "No. I don't want to I could friend" .

ler off. I even went to Leighton lay this way forever But 1 can't "That's what you think rot
bleB placed beside chairs C. M. Grlffla was a visitor to I! scared him. but not enough You help It." hoped. You know In your heart t

sturdy enough to support Baliwin Wednesday :ry to stop Doris when she get set "I'll leave you." was something else AU right,
nd large enough to accom- Sidney Harris of Maxvllle wasa in something." "Kiss me." you're going back to her. She' hat
oking necessities as well visitor here Wednesday. "Couldn't you tell ber the truth?" I kissed her and she put her arms a bad morning and been hurt ant
ok or work the person in Winifred Wimberly andJ. I HEALTH "Could you?" around me, and sighed a sleepy you feel sorry for her. and she'i
may: be busy with. Mis. Fri- That stopped me. but I was still little sigh. Then she smiled and whistled at you and you're running
y you hang your picture F Grlffis were In Baldwin MJOOVERN lore. "Maybe not. But ;you start I tiptoed out.I back. But remember what I say
wonders for your living- -'a AST-IE id this, just the same. If you had a bite to eat. went downto Leonard: You're going back on he
There are certain rule day.Mr.. and Mrs. Preston Padgett j jw mew all this, what did you elllIeI' the office, and had a look at terms, not yours. You're still hei
e and line U =. for You're the one that's what mall there was. Then I sat little whimpering lapdog, and If yoi
that make for of :Maxville were visiting here ,:-- : '..:"_=..' I.H, ;j''' on
decoration leer giving her lessons from 'way down at the desk, hooked my heels think she's not going to dump yoi
lection of pictures similarnd Saturday. Select Your Foods With Care ,lack and telling\ her how good shes on the top. and tried to keep my down on the Boor or sell you to thi
> character looks best Mro. Nelson T. Green and and-" head from swimming till It wouldbe gypsies' Just as soon as this blowi
closely over an important children of Lawtey were visiting Tie business woman who dependsupon "All right Borland; granted. I'mn time to go back to Doris I over you're mistaken. That woman
for her daily
furniture. The wall Mrs. Winifred Wlmberly and restaurant food love with your wife. And if egg- was so excited I wanted to laugh Is not licked until you've llckei
the pictures' should space be Sunday.C. diet must exercise considerable ng her on is what makes her like aU the time but a cold feeling began her, and If you think this Is licking
d the i family care In the selection of her foods if ne I'm human. Yeah I trade on to creep up my back and her It's more than I do.:"
Ethel I
arrangement bally \. Griffis and would avoid digestive disturbances -
she ter' weakness." pretty soon I couldn't fight It oil "No. You're wrong. Doris bat
Place to Rick were visitors to Starke ., and the danger of becoming "I've socked guys for less than any more. It was about Cecil. I had her lesson."
effect! 'is hang pictures Friday. overweight Mast modern restaurant bat." had to see her, I knew that I had "All right. I'm wrong. For yoW
to on a stairway Louell Tanner of Lawtey was I employ trained dieticians and "Go ahead If It does you any to put It on the line hour I felt sake I hope so. But-don't comi
e group them In rela- 8099 here Saturday. offer' the best of food but they are {ood. I've about got to the point about Doris and how she felt about back. Don't come running to mi
andcremember bern shopping visitor to also quite apt to cater: to their pa- where a sock would be just one me and there could be but one answer again. I'll not be a hot tow l-
ou the Always Useful I J, F. Grlffia was a trons' weaknesses for tempting nore thing. If you think being chief: to that. Cecil and I. we for you or anybody."
hang them I Is deter- Lawtey Monday. dishes which be too rich to break. I "Then ?"
the Pattern No. 8099-One of the most may ackey to Doris is a little bit of would have to tried to friendship's out
room and the thing of the basic shirtwaist I be wholesome.An leaven you try It-or maybe you tell myself she wouldn't expect to "It Is. I'm sorry." .
cing popular welcome in GRAHAM occasional: spree in the way of lave tried It This finished me see me for a day or so, that U I "All right
pictures of varying types here is a dress a restaurant dinner with all the vlth ber. if that interests you. Not just let thing go along she would "Come here."
IIroup ..sameed bottom every wardrobe! You can wear It Ily Mrs. L C. Smith frills does no one any particularharm ecaus I started It. Not because make the move anyway. It was no She pulled me down and kisses ,
ames the everywhere! Right from businessor but habitual overindulgence egged her on. No-but 1 saw It. good. I had to see her, and I me, and turned away quick sot
floor> rather than putting school to dinner parties and the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Surrency can play havoc with the digestive was there and saw them nail hero couldn't stall. I walked around to motioned m. out .
the frames in a straight theater-it is as correct for afternoon visited Mr. and Mrs J. H. Sur- apparatus the complexion and the the cross and rip her clothes her hotel. (TO HE CONTINUEDJ

bridge as it Is for travel! rency Sunday. Mr. Surrency is figure. __u_____
hang a picture over ta- The secret of its success Is its simplicity North eat when dining -
arrieg a with the U. S. Marine in Select the foods :you RISINGBy GUM BRANCII
a Lamp be sure" that of course-it Is eternally: out with the same care the '.
ih.shade. dooan't cover up youthful-makes every figure look I Carolina. and housewife uses when she plans Mr.*. James Norman By Mr*. Edd FarrWh. Hy Mlm. Velma Norman .
and MrS. Roy Keynoldt h
picture. Mr.
trimmer and slimmer meals for her' family. Don't order
e and Reddlck spent Sun- Mm. Elliot Barnes announce buss Jacksonville The student of V a n d erbilt
shape of a single looks new! Grand now for children of the "blue plate special" Just be. Mi1 and Agnes Sapp
a very: closely related to woolen; flannel gabardine,alW.Y.1 day with Nr. and Mrs. E. Strick cause it will save you a little time.A the birth of a baby boy was the dinner guest of her par- school enjoyed a short vacation

I on which It ban.s. On a -or a novelty rayon print. : : cooked-to-order meal may take born Wednesday February 18. Mr. and Mr. J. S Sapp. several days of last week when
apace over a Pattern No. 8099 la I land.Mrs. calledto minutes for preparation made the road
large piece J. H. Surrency was tea or fifteen James Norman wa transacting: the heavy rains
od re such as a davenport size 34 to 48. Size 36 take 4% Plant City Wednesday to the but its worth it Stick to the buslnesg In Lake Butler Wednes Sunday. so bad It was Imponnlble for bus

ure.Idea ? -"" a tonasSSSa n.r- yards 39-iach materiaL bedtlde, of her brother. Henry lmpla basic food*-broiled lean Mr. and Mr. R. C. Keene of',drivers and teacher to travel
ill 'eat*, fish fresh vegetable, milk day.We Jacksonville spent the week-end
are Osteen. who was seriously and fruits. Avoid the gou- regret the Illness of Regnal them.

If.me................................ with pneumonia I jshe 1.a and a-la-Newburgs that must Underbill lIOn of Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. II. H. Keene. Mr and Mra. Morris John andllttlj'son
Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Norman of I >e heated and re-heated over the Paul Underbill, who la confined Mrs. Joe Dobbs 0 f Palatka Herbert of Jacksonville

o The Farm Addraaa.Nam .............................. Rising spent Monday wljo Mr team table. An ounce of caution In the Palatka Hp+pital Mr. and spent the week-end with her were guest of Mr. and Mrs El- P
and Mrs.! R. M. Johnson.Mrs. in the choice of food I la far better Mrs Walter Underhill are visiting mother. Mrt W. F. Homage and I lery Supp and family Sunday aft-

Sapp who prior (Jo .Jan ...................................... Onle Smith returned Sat- or than week a pound of reducing of soda workouts bicarbonate him there brother. J. A. Harnage and fam ernoon.

won a salesman for the .. urday to her home In Winder- Mrs. James Norman wa visit ily. Brence Robert of this sectionwas

Motor Co.. la now hardon *of paper.... mere after spending several days children and Mrs. L. C. Smith attended tog her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hornet: Sterns and vlailtlngLacoocnee over the

hl -IM-acre No.. .'... with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. services at the Taber- M. J. Sapp. In Lake Butler recently Mrs.! Stern* of Michigan are I week-end.
farm at Pattern Graves. spending a while with Mr. and
Lucian Alvarez spent Saturday f
nacle In Starke Sunday \
rSeeing the hand- .nd IS e.n" In coin, 'for Me. and Mrs. W. L. Phillip and Norman and friendsare Mr*. J. N. Norman. night with Mrs. Sarah Alvarez
d.aI..d' tom H. C. Surrency Mra. J.
...el\ pattara visited Mr. and Mrs.
the wall-at least for children of Jacksonville Padgett and sorry to hear of the Illnessof Mr*. Susan Moore was the guestof and family of Vanderbllt. Mr.
Mrs. Averner
nt time-owing to Patricia Dew Pattern Mr. and Mrs. F. M. GrUfI over visited Hague Mrs. Norman's daughter. Mrs. the Rev. and Mrs. O. E. Me- Alvarez In stationed at an army
war r.
York: N. Mrs Jimmy Emery a t
+. he decided t 0 "get tO< W. 17th St., New the weekend.Mr. Evllee Drlggen of Uthla. Cauley of Melrose Saturday. training* camp In Georgia. .
and Monday.
the farm" and Mrs. C. J. Frazier .
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1 6* ''H.'i.'. Green Urges Pension Puzzle: Can You Pick The Movie Star? Abbott And CostelloAt McKinney Wrecks'Shiners' 1)F.dward Monday. 1942,, B.the Javnnk Sib da;...

Park TheatreIn Auto or the ald OthCrwj5 lb.
\ For Old Aged .. -. '. confessed by bill 1 h. Will .,.'
IT ims/, ...
"Ride 'Em Cowboy"Bud
; for the County road patrolman Melvin this Order P'lJlt1'li J''Ittii'l:'
drive for pensions be
: t McKinney accompanied by Clyde week for four ""'linCI
., aged was Intensified by a speech Abbott and Lou Costello, Rowe, arrested ,Ben Smith, negro, the Bradford L1o' ,Uj"rinri -"!r"! '

: JuHt made In the House of Rep- currently rated a a Hollywood'smost and captured: five gallons of illicit ubU..hed newspaper of
D. C. In
Washington, :
in tlradru'J'
: renentattvos lI'Jorldl\.
: sensational box-office draw- whiskey Sunday night, although .
Green of
4 k by Congressman drive 85: milesan AND
he had to ItnPltt1:
t of the Park Theatre Florida thIs
:t Starke Taking advantage Ing cards, come to 26tb
I It Sheriff A. O. r..ryl A. .:,
) hour to do D.. 11441 .
i, ,M J *wnllment created In connection Sunday for a five-day run In Andreu stated Wednesday. I t.Ierk OIl'F.CIAL. EAL: : '
with legislation for repeal of optional "Ride AJ
4m their newest laugh-feat,
)' Civil Service retirement for About 9 o'clock Sunday night __ It'iltl
r : GreentI 'Em Cowboy." Clad In chaps: the Sheriff said, Mr. McKinney: C'RClltT {'Ol
." Senators and Congressman 'Ot'1'' tiT
", II
I" ; : urged that the Congress now pass spur-bedecked boots and ten gallon and Mr. Rowe were over at f. FLOIUU.\I\ II

i" legislation. for straight' Federal' ,' bats Bud and Lou are said to Adolph Gay's service station near v.IIlary.. amen Katherine ('.oPet

pensions to the aged. He said In'fvl exceed even the side-splitting antIcs the courthouse when a Ford V-8 CaBe Nn. UG3.1I1IIton CooP.t,'.
t ;\ : of their other hit films, startIng passed containing two negroes. OltLlcit OF'
; 1 part: ANI 1'l'hUr
> ,
with "Duck Privates. "I've got to check on that car," STAT' NOTj&, I
) "It Is unfair and unjust for the OF !
,t ', ;, "' aged citizens of Florida to obtain Although the comedians are Mr. McKinney said. Looking for Atlanta Hilton ,COtll..r, Wb..e ,,,:'
)r I:' 1'' some $500 to $10.00 per month the center of attraction, "Ride his keys, he got a late start, but You are tleorgIa

:::411 t while in Mates like California and 'Em Cowboy" has plenty of other followed them south on Road 13. April at Court 8th.. 1942.r"QUlted In te 10..

I''i'( : : 1 New York, they may obtain from talent Including: The Merry Macs, Blowing his siren he could neither tiff seeks. and dIvorce cIii,5, "h..

j'P t to $40.00 per month. The tuneful stars of'radio and phono- get the car to stop or let him pass. Telegraph. shall l1"bll.111'1141..

if; 11'$30.00\ poorer states of our nation have ts. graph recordings, and Ella Fitzgerald The race continued until about In Witees nest four \Ve"kly ie I..,

1.r I f not matched the $20.00 Federal r55. the dusky songstress and four miles beyond Waldo while Real at I-tarko! my, 'Iurlda'h'\I'd.' ..,

' t;, : k1' I contribution and many of them torrid band leader Romantic Interest making around 85 mIles an hour dar tOFII'ICIAI.IlJoAL.f P'f> 19lt '
j "I future is added by Dick Foran and Mr. McKinney accidentally ran Ae Clerk ) 4.)
will not In the put up of 1"ld
i Although this Is an unusually handsome group of gentlemen the fact remain that only one ol O. A. COUI1, I'
1 funds to match It. If these states Anne Gwynne, while the> popular into the other car. It turned over St"PhunM, btSFkt
I'll' !lA J \,I. would match the Federal fund them lit a movie star. Can you pick him put? Right The smiling, nun-tanned, dark-haired fellow with Johnny Mack Brown also has a three or four times, Mr. Rowe Atty. for 1'lf.

1 .' all of the aged who are 65: and his. arm around Mayor N. I). Walnwrlnht, Jr. 1* Phil Regan, the Irish tenor who has had a leading featured role. said, and McKlnney's car came IN IT -' '

1.lJ Fi .' above would now receive $40.00 role In many nnwlcal film The other candidate f >r Hollywood' from left to right, are Bob Satterfield Jist| Imagine the fun that results near turning over also. CE't"Cou"dry'" KuYDORDEU '.\ ,,

!:Mr.'f.t.,. per month. nerretary of Starke Chamber of Commerce; A. L. Alvarez, chief of police; and Tim Jordan of IIIiui- when Bud and Lou become The whiskey car was torn up, Wilma Inell ('hlle.

!,.. f t, "It Is obvious that the State ding Center. Hack In the "nood old days," Tim and Phil were buddies on the New York .police force entangled I n a mesh of but no one was Injured. One 1852 Ray Chils DtfeSIdaLAll' p.i

;., r/: Legislature in Florida,and in fact, *0 the actor stop off here frequently on his way to and from Miami. feminine pulchritude, wild steers negro ran away, but Ben Smith PI'IILlf,

or LOS states win never ap bucking bronchos and last, but was caught In the wreckage, Mr. AND NOTICE TO A
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fund to fully match not least, a tribe of Indians Climax Rowe said, and could not run. Chile. whoHe 'I.IJUIII

Rfflmany\ : Federal old age pension "Dangerously They Red Alvarez Hurt Plenty of Action of the evening Is the bowandarrow They had three 5-gallon glass Satial'lon'ompnnylB''i. Fort ''

In the meantime the sen Live" Exciting DramaAt While On Job wedding uniting the I Jugs but two of them were broken 'You are nox r'1Ulrod KOllluck t k''

of our nation many cherubic Costello and the plump in the wreck. April 6th., 1942, |In t,1
are In dire want for Florida Theatre Jody Gilbert. eel tiff Court and tame, Mh!..
L. B. (Red) Alvarez Is In serl HevkH divorce. ,.
medical care and for the bare re-i5j-.r--e: .' Telegraph i-hall puhll radl..
', food necessities, of life. It Is the "Dangerously They Live" a ous condition at the Alachua New NCCS Official In Witness"""t .four wet-kly i_,n

; responsibility of the Federal I thrill-packed drama showing the County Hospital at Gainesville as Jewelry Store .Praises Starke"It seal at Stark my .hand KlorWi...

Government to give at least a extraordinary adventures of a pairof a result of Injuries received while tI t----- To Open Soon ruarv(OKKICIAI 23. 1942., 8KAI. ,

small monthly pension paid directly everyday young Americana who repairing a spare truck tire at fa", indeed pleasing to no- A. Clerk of unit Court) A H I

from the Federal Treasuryand defy danger to track down UncleSam's his service station last Friday S. Drucker, of Miami and New tice the marked co-operative attitude tt.b C.Rnmotly'r : lMM;*

without requirements of State secret enemies will be York, will open a new Jewelryand of the people of Starke toward

matching to the aged citizens of shown at the Florida Theatre night. military supply store In the the work of the USO," were

C our nation." Sunday and Monday and alHO at According to Ed Langley, ambulance Canova building on the corner of the words of Dr. Frank Dunham CLASSIFllEDWIN

0 Representative Green, who did the midnight show Saturday driver for DeWItt C. Walnut and Call streets around executive director of the National

not vote for the retirement benefits night, 11:30: o'clock.: :. Jones. Mr. Alvarez was putting March 15. "Within' about a Catholic Community Service in a SOUTH ERa I

for Senators and Congressmen John Garfield and Nancy Cole- air In'ai Inner tube while repair month," said Mr. Drucker Tuesday statement Tuesday while on a of the spoken drain]

and who supported allout'ij man play the heroic young couple, ing a spare tire, when the tube "we will also Install one of brief visit hero.. of Dramatic Art

repeal of It, contended for substitution whllo Raymond Massey has one burst, knocking the steel rim the finest photograph studios and "This co-op
'ij of straight Federal pension of his best roles as the "front" against the concrete wall of the photo developing places to be been an all-Important help" Dr. lessons only. Enroll

S for the aged Instead of the for a large and powerful ring of station It bounced and hit him. found." Dunham continued. Without it Six lessons $5. Now k

:. law which would have permitted Nazi secret agents. Inflicting severe lacerations in the "We will have a high-class we could have accomplished little. plays to buy. Stud!

Congressman and Senator/ to Thlri Friday and Saturday the head and hand. watch repair place, and this work The USO and the NCCS are extremely Masonic Hall Call Si a|

1 share In retirement benefits. He Florida Is showing "Cadets OnTarade" First aid treatment was administered will be done on the premises" he I grateful to the people of a. m. to :5 p. m dull;

j said that In h I II opinion. final as one-half of a double and he spent the nightat I ..S stated. Starke.. Although our unit here tic recitals given( to

Congressional and Pros Identiul feature bill. Freddie Bartholo- home ten miles out on the Drucker's, Inc., leased. the building is not as large as many in other or any special unctlm

S .r I approval for repeal would be had mew and Jimmy Lydon are costarred Lake City road. Saturday morn- for a period of three years parts of the country, we look upon within reason.
S. before March 1, and that It was In this story of a modern 11 o'clock at $200 month
Ing at he was takenIn Senior pilot of a U. 8. warship per purchasedmuch it as an extremely importantone
SI now opportune and liT the full Interest military college. an ambulance to the hospital. returns to Ma vessel to report to his of the equipment and fixtures because of Its proximity to FOR RENT KurnUM

r of American security to Rtlll unconscious. captain on progress of the blasting and will remodel the tetore. such a large camp where it Is hot water all comer/a/
'i make effective security for the First AnnouncementOf Wednesday morning an attend of Jap bases In the Gilbert and Mr. Ducker announced.His available to so many men. I Waldo, 12 ml. south
aged and citizens of Marshall Islands. Behind the pilot
needy wife Is In Miami.: Dr. Dunham several'hours on Road 13.-See Un
'., America. Campaign ing physician said Mr. Alvarezwas men are working to repair the dam He has spent
In serious condition but thatif age done by a Jap bomb which bit one son who is a lieutenant in here Inspecting the local NCCS Schenck, or call Wai*

.35 First formal political announcement no complications arose he wouldbe the snip daring raid which sent 16 the Marine, Air Corps at Jack unit and conferring with Father

Recording Machine of the current campaigncame all right within a comparatively I Jap ships to the bottom.Rotarians sonville; another who is a lieuten- Murphy and the staff. Ho stated Io'UR RENT-Cundomli:

YS ; Popular At NCCS this week from T. T. Black short time. I j ant in the Army Air Corps at that the NCCS now has 137 unitsin apartment. Upstalrt-l!

i burn, well-known grower and 1 i Attend Albany, Ga.. while his third son operation in the United States, P. Wadaworth Hampta

I One of the moat Interesting attractions shipper of the Lawtey section, Building Permits Inter-City Meet living In Miami Is in the draft as well as a ,score overseas. He 28.FOR.

S at the'USO-NCCS Is a who will seek the office of County :, I age. and anxious to enlist Mr. was accompanied here by Mrs.

5' 'A new 'voice recording machine. Commissioner from District No., E. M. Davis, $900. Feb. 23 for Starke was well represented at Ducker himself was in the first Dunham and Is completing an In. RENT-'collage!*

1'S' With it a perron is able to talk 1. I frame garage apartment on lots 1,1 I',I the World War.Tucket! spection trip covering several M. Clark, 1 1.2 nile I

jSl Into a mlcropohne' his wordsare ''Mr. Blackburn.,waq a candidatefor 2, 13 &14 of block 15: In Temples, Inter-City Rotary meeting In southeastern mated. Call street.

recorded on a small record. the same office two years ago Addition; John Jj:. Marshall, $2-. Gainesville Tuesday' night. Ro. Planning ,

;'I This can then be reproduced on and received a very complimentary 000, Feb. 24, for frame residence J I I tartans and Notary-Anna attending Wants S'hipbulldingFollowing KOR RENT-3-room qnfi'

SS.f ii 4 the same machine and tbe person vote, although not elected.]I 23 x 26 feet, on Weller street; J.I I from here were: Judge andMI'1I. New ApartmentsH. house near Starke. 11 t

can hear his own words just as He states that he Is "In the fight B. Sapp, $200, Feb. 25.: for re- a series of conferences at first graded road JIll
E. K.
they were spoken. to win" this time, and will make I I I modeling home in block 13 of Perryman, Mr. and E. Tucker has bought six with high Federal officials Ing railroad on Raid S

?i The service men who visit the an all-out effort for election. the Livingston, Truby & Com Mrs. L. A. Davis the Rev. and lot adjacent to hla old house at Congressman Lex Green has Just Starke: 1 1-4 mlleifrc
Mru. L. A. 426 G. South street and is re E. E. Lee, R.IKOR
S club are using; the machine to Eddie J. Lewis o f Brooker pany's addition.Methodist .Shepherd. Mr. and announced that the Government way.

1- "talk a letter" home. Every even- stated Tuesday that he will soon Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mr. and modelingthe house with the intention will soon embark upon a huge

P'' Ing the lounge room l 19 full of, make formal announcement of his Church Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. of building two apart. shipbuilding program at Jackson- RENT Lag call!
t : candidacy for the office of School ments, he stated Monday. ville. Green, a powerful member'of
: men waiting an opportunity to Joe. E. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. W. miles out on road 48, pi
iI take advantage of this 'I Board member from District No. Services Of Tbe Church next R. H. Mathe & Son, contractors the House Rivers and Harbors
facility. B. furnitureapt
Mundy Mr. and Mrs. M. F. rushed; new
S A charge of ten cents Includes the 3. Mr. Lewis served In this position I Sunday will be: Brown, W. B. Clute W. P. are doing the work at a cost to Committee, has during the past ing mattress. Set
: S record mailing envelope and post. from 1036 to 1940 and feels I, Church School 10 A. ,M. I and W. H. Graham. Mr. Tucker of $2,500 to $3,000, It four years, kept constantly before Chandler at Gem jews
that he Is well qualified for the Morning Worship 11 o'clock. was stated. One apartment will national defense officials the'' shipbuilding -

,' age.In addition to this service the place by virtue of this expeilence. Communion Meditation Holy consist of six rooms and bath possibilities at Jackson pany.

recorder can pick up radio pro- I Now that the "Ice has been I Communion. 'I Williams Thanks JWB which Mr.! Tucker and family will ville. He saiJ: "The Government FOR SALE-Cheap furl

; grams on a large commercial disk ,I broken," politics is expected to Youth Fellowship 7:00: P. M. occupy, while the other apartmentthree shipbuilding program at Jacksonville Chevrolet 4-door nit

ii and at a later date reproduce warm up very shortly. Young People Will be In Chargeof Prof., E. L. Williams, principalof rooms and bath-has already will in the near future absorb rubber, new tag. TO I c

: them. It Is also used as a loudspeaker the Evening Service. B. H. S., wishes publicly to been rented, he said. practically all available laborin heavy car and give bill

a system by the club on occasions Project DiscussedAt The Annual Young People's extend thanks to Louis Malakoff, Sometime ago he purchased one I this area and will use much Caruso, Road 13, J '

: where such Is needed. Day. will be observed on next director of he Jewish Welfare lot from the City of Starke, and Fonda building material. Jacksonville of Starke.

Special Meet Sunday. The Special Program for Board. for the use of the Armory only a few days ago bought five lends Itself well to the

Young Woman Chaa. E. Richheimer, representing the day will be given at the 8 for the High School boys for more from F. F. Flume, and now Government's national d e f e nee FOR SALE- Income&II I P
o'clock worship hour. basketball. owns practically everything from I shipbuilding program and offers House corner Nona
: the Jacksonville engineering: .. "He gives It to us-
Fatally InjuredMiss firm of Reynolds, Brewton, Smith Prayer services at the church GIVES It to-u! -absolutely free Mabel to Water street on the' many superior advantages." Church streets Also E
Wednesday at 8 P. M. south aide of lots on new Militg11and !
and filly met with the City when we formerly had to pay our street. His *
Mildred McLean. formerly A cordial welcome to all ser OWN property Is situated block ('acreage nearby-
Council In a special meeting Wednesday PEOPLE $4 per night for one Political
'I:. of Evarts. Ky., died in the Ala afternoon for the I vices. its use." Mr. Williams stated. north of the DeWitt C. Jones East of Starke. Addrter.
chua: County Hospital at Gaines- purpose Announcements 306. StartLe
i of clearingup some matters relative Funeral Home.Methodist. Box _
vlltn Monday morning as a result Threat to U. --
three II
defense S.Britishussia"Supply Line about
projects almost of
,: of an automobile accident FOR COUNTY COMttlfMOVKH: COST-bunch
ready to be given the Center w
whlh occurred four miles southof green I hereby announce myself a in a black zipper
s Starke light In the city of Starke candidate for the office of the W
_.A on Road 13 lost Saturday Now Open County please notify
,. water CommlHHloner for
works sewage and fire DIStrict No. 1
night.An MILO Ijiwtey District), subject to the Reward.
station. ..
.MuL'I I I 15'' '' wilt of the
unidentified soldier % I A new recreation quullfled elector of
was center has pi
By a little maneuvering the _. Lo.JATLANTIC I thin dlHtrlot. 'rnmlalnff.. If elected FOUND One liver
hurt .
and taken by a passIng City cut Its Government \. been established in Starke for our that I will at all time work for M. Il
soldier loan toward the best thereat of pointer dog.
to the Camp Blandlng .5 Armed Forces and all my dlfitrlct and
the $340,000 water and young people the county whole. I .
: Hospital. Miss June sewage In as a will ap- Starke, Fla.LOSTBlack
Tucker of S general-at the Methodist pieclatv vote and
projects from $80,000 your support
Gainesville to. $::10.000 ,-
received minor educational Sincerely !
In building adjoining the PoiandO'hog
S. E. Sparko. 'i'.
::1 juries and was taken In a De. nounced councilman, an- .. Church at Walnut and Jefferson T. Blackburn Weighs aro t tpoundtf.

S Witt C. Jones ambulance first Wednesday" afternoon. streets. IN ruin,IT roi'iiT, imtinni> Reward.)1ft,
91i;:. to the hospital and later "ThU loan said Mr. Sparks, 1' While COt'"')" FLOItmtl IN C1IA.N4. B
to her a social hour 1.
i.yj. "will be repaid has been :Kilt.niadyM: Browning. Route
home, An unidentified civilian 30 over a period of ': enjoyed there at the conclusionof N. Wind ham. Plaintiff vs. I
: years In water s.- Lawtey.
i.i* who was driving the and sewage Itobett Windburn, Defendant. Cane
4U car got off revenue certificates." Sunday night church: services, No. J848.!)
.' with scarcely I anything but and there have been periodical. ORDER: OF PUBLICATION: AM G 400.lb.
:p vratchcx, It was said. According! to Mr. Sparks, by tN :.r' I NORWAY ooclal gatherings there for AND NOTICE TO AI'I'BAK! China boar, black *
(1 ; several
thus 8TATK OP FLOK11
changing $30,000 of the ,_, to: Hubert
I after The accident occurred' shortly amount from a loan to a grant, I. Stc' :.,.. EiIs weekc, the recreation center, as known.Wtndhani, whoa, residence !. Un tall, marked under-bli'
midnight Saturday when the .. such, was claW-
the i officially opened the Owner please
revenue from the light S You are required to appear on j jby.
two *
couple were driving. toward may be kept Intact and First of this week according to April 6th., 1942, In the above nntnud Crews 3 ml. north"
CalnoHVilIe. used as the Court and caune, wherein .plulntlff
According to an era- Rev. O. C. Powell .
the City may deem wise. pastordlrectoI' seeks divorce and CiiMtody of
plo>e of De Witt C Jones they S Chit,!. Bradford County Telegraph W\'II1'9' '
j$ wero, driving about 40 to 43: miles NORTh Several games have been shall publish thla order In next OIL COMPANY
secured four
Glee Club weekly Ipiiuea.W'ltnexM red. m
per hour. when EnjoyedWhile % retl
another car drove I and others are in the of. my hand and official I or partly Start*
up b'hlnol I them ranking: about 70. not a "financial knock. SEAS 'Ing. Ping pong miniature IIhuf- fill at Htarke Florida, this 24th., resentatlve in
44n : dRY of February, 1544. travelW!
blowing No ,
the horn fie time work.
furiously out" to the Adult board and other OFFICIAL. SKAL
1LI Fellowship class" many games ) A. J. Thomnn, 1703. *:
They started to pull over to let of the Methodist Church \ are available. Several different A. Clerk of said Court. S-2T 4t 3-20 Manager Box
r. the school U. A. Htephnnn, JackMonvllle, Kla.,
cure, pass when It magazines villa. Fla.
started which are
sponsored the performance on the library Atty. for Pit. -'"
: around on the right side of their the concert rendered by the Unl- .cs &s \ c9wM tables, and pen and Ink and plenty R SAP
.. car. The driver of the death car vervity of Florida : of stationery for the soldiers IN: Tuft CIHCTIT COfHT OF Tina ,
Glee Club last ::7d to 82"x64"--
__. SALE size
turned I lie wheel to writ's KK.MTH J| 1IICI4L. tlllCIIT Of
try to I home.
avoid Friday night was) a credit to the THM MTtTK OK FL.OHIUA. IN able offer refinedKur -*'
% and wan alde- % Iped. Their State ; "For the time ASh FOil HHtUFOIIII C'OiiNTY 'B
gL. car turned University and a delightto Il-I-. being. said Mr. IN CHANCRHY .'care of Chattel
over or three LONDON Powell "the
music-lovers who recreation hall Call l
attended. will Edith
:. 'Y.L3 liBksn JavnrHky, 119 East
throwing Miss
McLean out The 1 Be open from Plaintiff
: program of the 30 young EI noon until around
of th<' Cao I'. men who took 't..C'i ,UL N. 10 P. M., and someone will va. nil} .for Divorce Experiencerapher
r4It: She had been part was varied, -"S al Edward B Javonky, WANTED
working at the ranging all the way from the ways be there to be of service." Defendant and bOokkeeP"

S Kozy horner in Starke. simple church hymn, through col- i =4ANY STATB OKDKrt OF FI.TWIOA OF PITBUICAT1OX have had practical

ii here, army an4; navy choruses, to Sternberg StreamliningSternberg' TO EDWARD B. JAVORSKT: perience. None other n""
; Tire Certificates It appearing from the
the popular and classical This sworn bill
numbers map triiphicaily IlIu..trate. 'what of complaint Box 431-A.
the escape .f the German filed In the above en.
: battleships Hcharohorat and Gnetoenaa! and the cruiser store this week had titled caune that the specific place HOUS''
Tne following tire certificates meaal to the United Nations WhIle Prlni Encen the: Hamon Fixture & of residence of Edward II. Jevor THE DUNHAM
were l.nued Gay To Build AgainV. the vessel were nested ta the Equipment Defendant, 1
by Tire Rationing French, port of Brest Company of Y'Ih"k an particularly Marine Street, St.
being Jacksonville an
Board British periodically pounded by the to install n to I n li 13] it
..s No. 43-1 during the week A. Gay who recently builta Raral AU force everythingwas under control But by getting new modern fixtures. Including Infantry Regiment Armory Went Fla.. offers comfo
endir. war to their home IWndlnon Htreet.
February 21: G. F. Odom base for repairs and reBUIntber Chicago, ; Da3r
In dress
are overlooking
resldf'nce.1n the ahC'l" position cabinet
and alcove that Mid Defendant
City Park
ad In
pleat .' over the
1 tire; W. II. Smith 1 tire. 1 tube ? troable. Small Jagged arrows show the nf ace r atel
route of mirror. twenty-one Reduced
; has awarded | fixtures finIshed yearn and that there meal
a are
contract to
Lt .
: through .
; J. J Cowart 1 the English eoanael. Tbe l I. no In the
tire. 1 tube W. U large arrows show their peraon State of Flor
; Ben In
Hall to route to Maple. manent guests.
begin at tile U. id .
!i Wall 2 once the construction 8.-Drltlslt-alUalaa' -npply lines from their home Service of lubpoena upon whom
tires 1 bate
tube; W. L. Wall of another Sr the possible| > roate they "We are cutting out wnnM I blnit h<. saId Defendant.
five-room might take for piece goods b
an attack ,
2 tlren.! 1 on Iceland. But they EXCELLtLNTmeals
tube I). IT M HKRKBr
; A. needn do ORDERED FOR
Montelth. 1 and that
M5 lire 1 bungalow next door to his home. any ef these things, really. By merely being where they are putting In ladles ready- the Defendant, Edward B. J.versky Dub
tub6v.. \Vuoteji' cant b. visit the
i I 2 2 tires,. Thlt! house will be for rent Mr. Major kept. Sd"I' o"aer.&lo.. they have a treat noita-ce 519,. to-wear, men's wear, children's be and he I.l hereby required st
tubes. .
i ; Cay stated \Ve..' wear and shoes" Nat Sternberg fl'-d to appear In the to above the bill entitled of complaint cause, 131 Marina Guests StreC.to1".r

stated Tuesday. f F wherein the Plaintiff seeks to ob. tine Fla.
I fI,! laIn .a divorce from the Defendant

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