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: January 8, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Arrests Total New Year's Dav Council G1'cs Postal Receipts Surprise Blackout Boards
Slump Pledge
309 In 1942 $100 To' Home May Come Soon

Exclusive of December, figuresfor H. I* Moudj of Jacksonville I Total Word comes from General Albert -
Auto Accident I $161,000In Adequate Funds
Building which have not been com- state representative of the Salva- H. Blending Coordinating

piled, 309 arrests were made in tion Army In Its 'drive for funds, Director of Action Divisions of

Bradford County in 1942, accord- appeared before. the City ,Council : the State Defense Council of Florida -

its Show ing to books in the office of Takes 5 livesBradford Tuesday night with request for 1942Christmas that this locality may expecta For Health UnitWhen

t Sheriff A. O. Andreu. This of a donation toward the maternity "surprise blackout" at. a very

i course, does not include those hospital in Tampa for unwedded early date "This Is to advise," he

ike effect of governmental re- cases brought into the Mayor's County contributedmore mothers. The Council voted him busmen at the Post- say, "that the Army authoritiesare the citizens of Starke

*" tlons on new construction 1 laDy court As for the month of December than Its share toward the an appropriation of $100, especi- office for the year Just closed planning t o call surprise realized that It was not only possible

Illustrated by the sharpof J. B. Rowe, jailor, stated holiday death toll for 1943 by ally In view of ''the- fact that the "was enormous as compared with! blackouts and air raid drills cov- to lose the health unit but

building permits Issued yesterday that It waa one of the witnessing five lives snuffed out Hospital help all sections of the former years," Postmaster Fred ering entire warning districts or that It was a certainty that !they

" |he City of Starke during !the worst months of the year. in a single automobile accident State, and that there are now P. Stump stated this week. For even entire states. I would lose It unless something

half of 1942.: Of the 309 arrests, the largest which occurred about 7 A. M. five such young mothers there several week during the holidays, "They expect to perfect their wan done Immediately, they lout

the Hx-month period from made on any one charge was 42 New Year's day seven miles west from Bradford County' an many as 2,000 mall sacks a plans for doing thin at an early I no time In letting the county'and'

uary through June 30 the total for breaking tne law with refer- of Starke on Road No. 48 when He also appeared befoiethe day were sent out 'from Camp date," he continues, "and to call city officials know where they

$233,769 while from July 1 ence to driving-either reckless two trucks collided In a dense Board _of County Commissionersrequesting Blandlng, he said such surprise test at Irregular stood on the matter. All came
fog. Another life ,hangs In the So was the volume of mall to the rescue, 'and as a result the
ough December 31 only $34- driving driving drunk or withouta a d
worth'of permits were Issued license. 1henext largest was balaJTfcet at the Alachua County refused' because of other more leaving the Camp that the con- leaders! and workers areurged difficulties have been ironed out

nstruction In Starke reached On a whiskey charge-27-selling, honpltal as a result of the' same pressing matter.- tractor on the Star Route out of to get this: "Please checkup and the clinic will continuo to do

'all-time "high in '1941 when transporting. having In poaees- accident; Jacksonville, although he had I carefully and ace that your organization "business! a* usual."

mlta' totaling{ $366,395: were slon, etc. Steallnl had a score The dead are Shelton 3, Hodges, 'two trucks each making three for receiving; and disseminating This was a week of Board

ed. The total for the yeart of 24; assault 22; gambling 14; 29, and his brother, Roscoe A. Hunting Mishap 'round trips a day, was unable. to these calls. Is per- mt'etln&,8-the C o u n ty Committal -

closed was 268,524. How- fighting 7; bad checks 6;' man- Hodges, 27, both of Lake Butler; handle the mall, and was assisted 'fected and ready to operate at oner* and School Board meet-

er,unless 'restriction are modl- slaughter 6; breaking and enter- Colonel V: VarneR, 42, of Rarford; by Army trucks. And, l surprisingas any time, day or night, and that ing Monday and the City Council

t. It, eems likely that 1943 ing 6; and one each of murder, James Lee Shallar, 1ST, of Providence Fatal To YouthWhat It may seem" Starke alone sent your Defense Corp organization meeting Tuesday' night Having

Ul see' construction drop almost carrying concealed weapons, de- ; and Frank Davis.. 38, 135 mall sacks to the depot in 1 I.* prepared to go on duty Im- already learned the minimum

pre-Blandlng levels. In 1938 sertion, and bolita., colored,,of Lulu. Claude Harding, one afternoon. "We had, more mediately upon receipt of a call. amount the State Board of Health

rmlts totaled only $10.033: ; 18, of Lake Butler is in the was feared might have mall than ever before; 100 percent To settle a long argument, the would accept and likewise hav-

139 was slightly better with $35- hospital with a fractured skull, been the result of foul play was Increase In mall at Starke General says: "The foregoing ing ascertained the maximum

15; and 1940 showed 173940. Baldwin Wreck Injured ,spine and internal .Injuries pronounced by County Judge H. over last year," Postmaster Stump does not prohibit" you from re- amount that could be expected

Among the fairly large permits as a result of the same 'ac- H. McDonald coroner, of Alachua raid. "Camp Blending normallyhas questing permission hold test from Clay County the Boards
tied during the past six months cident. 24 clerks, but had 03 dur- knew just what they had to do
County 'a* Na. cldental" in theasef chills and blackout at such times
feres Halts TrainsA According to Highway Patrol- of young Benjamin' Allen ing Christmas; and Starke which aa you may desire" If they wanted to retain the
normally has 11 clerks: had 11 clinic. And, here I is the
Bradford Engineering Co. $3,- man Charles Ingram, these were who was found dead near his way the

; A.-J. Thomas' new residence among 19 men riding in a truck home at Louise ,Thursday. night, extra ones. matter stand at present.
In North Walnut street $4.800; train wreck in the Baldwin driven by James Brooks, 30, of Dec. 31. As for the year 1942 as a City Rapidly Although $3,000 was needed to

onnle'. Lake 'Butler their to whole. Postmaster Stump said continue the project' tbd State-
Berryman apartments yards at 11:30: P. M. Wednesday on way According to an Vbvploye! of De

n northwest Starke .$5,000; Rev. stopped all southbound train traf- work at Camp Blandlng. This Witt C. Jones, ", funeral director, that Postofflce rece I p t a. were Board of Health had Informed the

'red Yerkes for additions and fic through Starke until 2 P. M. truck and another vehicle driven It seems that Mrv Allen, 17, was $161.000 aa against $163,000' for Paying DebtsThe officials that a minimum of $:S-

{improvements to the Episcopal Thursday, according to T. J. by Arthur! Llpsey, an 18yearoldnegro out hunting alone... ,From all Indications 1941. "The reason for thin $2,000 800 would be accepted., The Clay

f Church; Rev. C. H. Allen for Im- Griffin, S. A. L. depot agent. As of Providence, sldeswiped he ,had leaned his gun decline," he stated, "waa the free County CommlBS l toner* had

provements to the Presbyterian one freight was pulling into a each ,other, Llpsey's machine (presumably' 22 calibre rifle) mailing privileges awarded to sol City of Starke U. really pledged $480, the City of Green '

i Church' $999; and J. T. QuIgley side track, another train ran Into tearing ,into the rear of against a tree while he Investigated diers. Hail It not been for thin grasping opportunity by the fore- Cove Springs 1480, and the

[for additions to the Tabernacle Its rear, injuring the engineer the other truck where the defense a gopher hole- It was' though Starke and Camp Standing would lock and paying out money on Its School Board $600-or a total of
debts while
[1500. All the above received and fireman and demolishing a worker were tiding. Six that his dog knocked the gun have done at least a $350,000' business the money la comingIn 11,500 from Clay County,
I A few weeks It retired
t special dispensations" because dozen box cars. It blocked !the other In the Brooks truck were over, causing It to discharge. Its In 1942. $10,000 of its bonded Indebtedness. The Bradford County Commissioners -

[of some mitigating circumstances, tracks so that no trains could Injured but neither of the ,driverswas load in hIs back. The hole in his .. Last Saturday, It paid off pledged $1,800; the school

{ such a* having the material on paas. hurt. back was not found for sometime, Rotary Speaker another $11,000 of this old debt. Board $600; and the City Councilof

\ hand; church work, etc. Passenger train No. 191 from LIpsey is being held pending acoroner's causing much speculation aa to Warns Of ResultsOf On Starke $1,660. This total. $IS-
March 15
Jacksonville due in Starke at Inquest, while Brookswas the probable cause of his death. City Clerk Carl 020, assuring the continuation of

CommissionersReorganize 10:38: P. M. Wednesday and No. released on his own recog Funeral services twere held! Saturday Racialism Johns stated Wednesday the City the Health Unit for 1043. One

1 due at 11:10 P. M., detoured nizance. plans to liquidate another debt provision should be mentioned,

For Year around Starke, went around by survived In a straightforward address before of $8,000 which Is the balance however and that Is that W. M.
Shelton J. Hodges, who was amechanlc'a He U by his father
due the latest
on unit of
members of the Starke Ro- the City
Lake City and over the O. S. Edwards, out-going chairman of
helper at Camp Blan- and mother, .Mr? and Mrs Joe
.The Board 'of County Commissioner Club a t their. Wednesday Light plant. This debt was be.
F. to the
Commlisldoners. and A. J.
held two meetings ,this 107 I dlng is survived by his wife, Allen; two brother, 0.. P. Allen, meeting In the Methodist! Church Ing paid at !the rate of $' 26SI per
The Sun Queen train No. Thomas clerlc"are'to contact the
I Dorfatha Hodges his father, and of Palatka ')C. D. Allen vf '
weelt one Monday;; the last meet. ; and month, and the City saved $380
HH11,. Mariu Rlsley. director of
due In. Starke 'at 9:50: A. M. I City Council of Lawtey. and
ing", of that old Board, and the mother Mr. and Mr*. Aaron J.Hodges Jacksonville; a4,:a sister, :Mrs. by paying |H off before maturity.It .
the Uao Club operated by .the .
Thurd "d the Silver Meteor Br okr -determine. *what thew
t y,"* I .. ..... :
other Tuesdayhe; : ':organization ; a r brother,:; Roland C. W. Page-/Jacksonville.. ... would have been payable in
train,,,No. 43; >due in Stark .at I HUllard and National Cathollo Community Ser two towns 'will give toward the
I 4 Hodges, at ?
meeting ofthe hew"aQuA. ,Psl'- full sometime In' 18441
] 10:45: A. "Thursday, had not vice In Starke, dec I tared that clinic, and whatever amount they
2 and 4 of
I hape the outstanding action taken children about years After the last-named
arrived at 1:30: P. M.. though :Mr. .*. County Agent'To "USO Is one of the ,greatest Influences debt ii pledge !Is to be deducted from the
I by the Board at this week's meetIng Griffin laid they would be in age respectively Swap Rooms for Instilling and preserving paid. Starke will owe, only $4J- appropriation made by the Starke

was the appropriation of $1- about 2 o'clock. His brotherRoscoe, A. Hodges, the democratic way of 000, which is not, payable until City Council I '
|800 toward the Health Clinic for also mechanic's helper .at the With CommissionersDuring life." 1948 Mr. Johns said
the unmarried. Double W. M. Edwards, retiring chain
I year 1943. Camp, was .
Bond Sales Warning of evils abroad, Mr. man of the Commissioners, who
Jr M. Edwards the Bradford funeral", services were held for the these strenuous wartimes Marriages Double
Risley said Europe today with its
has been one of !the prime factorsin
brothers the Mount Zion the
at ceme- office
County Agent'
Engineering Co., stated that oince Total $55,231In
elate deification, sterllzatlon of
this Company was going out of tery, Lake Butler at 2 P. M. "ain't what It used to be"! At Divorce Total securing the Health Unit for
political enemies and slaughter of
lousiness it had 213 feet of 24- DecemberWhile Sunday, with De Witt C. Jonesin least, that la the opinion of Bradford's Bradford County and keeping It
the unproductive members of society
According to figures and esti- In operation, suggest !that the
of .
charge arrangement war-time County Agent L.
rich concrete culvert which
( has
pipe Bradford County Is the ultimate
mates emanating from the officesof citizens of Starke and the County
Colonel. V. Varnes, of Raiford, T. Dyer. What with! his mem-
ould be purchased for $2 down'on War Bond
per never fallen utilitarianism, philosophy
County Judge E. K. visit the clinic: on Church street
Is survived hIs wife ,and of Ferryman
{lineal foot. It decided to by a bership on and chairmanship
was! ac- quotas,,she will have to "put out"more Inimical to democracy and already and Circuit I la
Court Clerk A. J. an4 see what going pn there.
brother. Lacy Varne. of Ralford several important boards with his
ept the offer; payable, one half '(than ever'now. if'the' good ; widespread in America.
Thomao, ,marriage licenses People have an Interest only In
in February and the' other! half maintained. Funeral and burial were at Pine office filled 'with farmers from pro ,
record is to be stated that
Grove in The speaker two cured In Bradford County during things they know something
fin March. cemetery. Monday through Saturday;
According to figures compiledat
things would determine the future 1942 slightly more than doubled about.
James Lee Shallar is survived addition to his own i office equipment
The 'Clerk was instructed to the postofflce and the Florida of democracy, our attitudes on divorces granted In the county.
by two brothers O. M. Shallar and his two clerks and himself
rite C. S. Hurley SuperIntendent Bank at Starke, bond and stamp and racism. He told About. 950 licenses "
pragmatism marriage :
of Lake Butler and Gene Shallarof -he scarcely has room enough "Who Done It?
of the.S. A, I* Ry. In Jack- sales totaled 955,231.00 In !the
Jones of a refugee who wept tears of were Issued while approximately
Dukes De Witt C. pre- to walk around! 'b
[nonvUle, requesting him to haves county during December, in'spite Coming To Park
his body for burial and joy on seeing the Statue of Liberty 440 divorce were granted. Judge ;
pared the
the Consequently, he ha.requestedand
station railroad of Santa Claus' raida'on
crew open a tn'our
I Wilson Funeral Home of Lake harbor, but who wept Perryman stated that not more
[crossing on the Peggy railroad pocketbooks of citizens. I been granted more space. Abbott and'Costelo, rated as
I again when, within six hours, hesaw than 15 per cent of the, marriage
had of funeral ar-
near the Snowden place south- Of this amount Starke raised City charge While the Board'of County'COm- in New York City every licenses were Issued to negroes, Hollywood's top box-office hits

west of Starke. Concrete culverts $52,501.50; Lawtey $2,096; Hampton rangements.Frank Davis colored turn- missioners and the Welfare Board symptom of the chaos abroad and while J. R. Kelley deputy clerk, of 1942, will be seen starting

I have already been placed $616.80; and Brooker $17. i ed to the of was Chest- are no slouches'!themselves, whenon declared that America I Is just one said that not more than a half Sunday at the Park Theatre in
Ion December I over care some of their meeting '
the approaches' without any That far 'surpasses its nut's Funeral Home at Gaines days year behind conditions In Europe dozen divorce were granted to their lat..t. film "Who Done,It?".
the crowds gather with axes to '
costto the railroad., quota. ,
before the war. negroes during the year.
ville.: a murder mystery that places
reason grind remind of
Due to the collection of the I 5 But for some BradfordCounty'l one a Among these symptoms the Having said the above, It should
to ," the office Bud and Lou In the hazardous
|percent Victory tax the Board quota has jumped camp-meeting yet speaker listed class hatred, say- also be suggested that many of

Bt aride $75: of the County 63320. for January. Perhapsthe Norman Elected down-stairs In the Courthouse ing that "anyone who holds In those securing marriage licensesin profession of amateur detective.

Agent's salary for travelling exes Government i* taking seri Board ChairmanThe which has been occupied by the contempt any group of our citizenry Bradford County live else- Action of !the plot taken place,

and $75 for salary, the ously Its suggestion that every County Agent is being exchangedfor is unconsciously aiding our where, some of them being In the for the most part. In 'a vast radio

tter amount being subject to body ,set aside at least 10 per Board of Public Instruction -. !the one upstairs which Is occupied enemies by disuniting America. army stationed at Camp Blanding. broadcasting station. Methodsby

be tax. Likewise, due to the cent of his salary for this pur- met organization meetingat I alternately by the other They are fifth-columnists of the Also that many dIvorces grantedIn which the boys extricate themselves -

tax. the Board 'declared $35 pose. Well Bradford has never 9:00: A. :M.. January II, and I two boards, The County Commissioners first order." Circuit Court here are for persons from their maze of

!the amount paid to traffic I fallen down on. a quota-yet I Dr. W. E. MIddleton, County Superintendent In session Monday approved "The usa !Is uniting our youth living elsewhere. But It troubles, are declared to provide

fttrolman :Melvin McKlnney as I I ,' acted a* Chairman this request and the ex- by dissolving barriers of sectionalism does show the trend. some of the most hilarious moments -

ravelling expenses and $115 as Green ReturnsTo during !the organization proceed. ; change will be made soon. and of class and religious ever experienced by movie

subject to the tax. ing., The United States,.Department prejudice. In our club the T. B. X-Ray audiences.
Monday's meeting wound up a -, O. C. Kelley presented hi* commission of Agriculture' War Board; the Yankee meets the Southern boy, An Imposing cast supports the

essful two-yeari term for Congressman Lex Green who as Member' from District Farm Machinery Committee; the and whatever their religious, national Reports ReturnedThe comedians In "Who Done It?"

irman* W. M. Edwards, who das had a short breathing spell No. 3; and J. S. Norman presented Truck Transportation Committee; or cultural background, all Patrlc Knowles, recently seen opposite

defeated in the last election and time to spend awhile with his his commission a* member and the Salvage Committee all of are served equally as Americans. Mobile x-ray reports from the Irene Dunne In "Lady In

L.' L. Conner. At 10 'o'clockay family and look after business from District No. 1; whereuponthe which Mr. Dyer Is a member, After the war these men will go Health Unit of been the State Boardof a Jam," has a prominent role.
have received
morning the new Board- Interests In Starke left for Washington prescribed oath>of office was home understanding their fellow William Cargan, Louise Allbrit-

only new face being Mr. Con- ,, D. C., Sunday to be on administered to them by E. K. meet In his office periodically. I Americans. If !the usa can do field nurse are calling' on those ton..and ,Jerome Cowan are other

r--held: its organization meet- hand at the opening of the new Perryman, County Judge of Brad- this, democracy will be preserved persons who had reports sug. favorites In headline' spots.

ng. The Board was called toer Congress which convened Wed- ford County. Florida.J. Ergas Leaves Jerry's for our generation and for our Beating tuberculosis. Added Interest is supplied by

by A. J, Thomas, clerk of nesday. At that time he will S. Norman was elected children," the speaker concluded. Those' wishing the reports on William Bendix, Mark Wlckes,
:Mitchell Ergas !the young man !their x-rays will please ,come to
Chairman of the Board for the
be Circuit Court who called for take his seat aa Congressmanatlarge Don Porter and Thomas Gomez,
: who has thousand of the Health Center rather than
nations for chairman. M. O. ,for the State of Florida instead ensuing blennum by the unanlm- Imprisoned Clinic latter
Crippled the a Hollywood newcomer
: hot dogs in nice warm buns during telephoning, this being in line
arrell watt duly elected chaIran' of from the 5th District as uoe vote. from
who to screen
his two year at Jerry's lunchroom Set For Jan.: ,15 with requests of the telephone
for'the! ensuing term of two formerly. Broadway and made his cinema
left Sunday night for High company to cut down on the number I
ears and T. C. Chastain was Hla Secre t a r y Miss Arlinfl Car Vs. BicycleJ. i debut In "Sherlock Holmes and
Springs, hIs 'wIfe's home where The annual clinic of the Florida of telephone calls. I
who has been here for several "
fleeted chairman tem.
pro the Voice of Terror.
he'will small Children's Commission A total of 1041
T. Frank Landrum was ap- Weeks, left shortly after R. Kelley in his car and open a eating placeof Crippled were xrayedin
Pender his own. He will be succeededby will be held January 15: at the Clay and Bradford Counties
Charles on a bicycle came
otrhed county Dr. W. Christmas.L. .
Parks and very near having a serious accI- R. W. Emerson, who comes to Health Center on Church Street New Assistant
county physician; Starke from Tampa, but Is origin beginning at 9 A. M.
Honoring Service Men
dent when they collided at the Intersection -
eat Byrd courthouse janitor, Ray Marsh Dr Miss Juanita Kalch, of Hampton -
from Nebraska. Martin
of Call and Court ally Paul H. prominent
ch appointment being for oneear. who has been for several
The Board of Commissioners
and senior County -
1. Ray Marsh, frequent winter streets, Thursday night of last orthopedic surgeon months in the office of County
for district Number 2 of Monday bestowed honoron
I Bad Kerosene NewsDue surgeon
visitor to StarVe; died Wednesday week. ,. Agent L. T. Dyer, has accepted
Children's Commission Bradford County's fighting
Dec. 30, at his home In Fen- Mr. Kelley going west on Call the Crippled a"position. In Jacksonville with
ullding Permits to a short delay in getting will be In charge. He will men by appropriating the sum
word decided to make left turn
ton. Mich.,. according to received street a Union Terminal Warehouse
coupons from the printer a few review all cases who have been of $100 for the erection on the the
During the past week City .here by Mra J. H. Lord. on Court Street when suddenly Co. Her mother has been sick
their Courthouse lawn of
people will have to borrow seen previously by the Commission an appropriate -
lerk Carl Johns Issued the fol- For the past 12 winter Mr. and "from nowhere" came :Mr. Pen- and Is In Jacksonville for medical
which will be
cooking oil from their neighbors and who reside In Bradford, board upon
lowing permit: Mrs. Marsh have visited In the der. The automobile hit 1 the hence Miss Kalch acceptedthe
from dealeron all that be I care,
or else purchase a Clay and Union Counties. The Inscribed names can
| lola Little. $800 Deco 31 for home of :Mrs Lord and her sis front wheel of the bicycle, knock- position'and then moved
that those
secured. It Is
the promissory note system clinic I s being sponsored this hoped
erection of four small houses, ter-in-law. Mill Fannie Lord, who Ing it over. : there.
jthe Dempsey Sapp, clerk in fie local year by the Bradford-Clay Health knowing of 'any names that
. lives in Fentoo sent her a newspaper Mr. Pender was taken to a localdoctor's I
10 x 20 feet in Reno
In the
Rationing Board office announced should be Included there-that In her place County
Jennie Thornquest, $150, Jan. clipping last week Concerning office and treated for yesterday. Unit.All those attending should cannot be secured from the local Agent's office Mr. Dyer has em-

f 4, to repair the present residence his death. He was about what at flnt seemed to be an in- Ail will be mailed out bring the/r'own. lunches since It Selective Service Board will 1 ployed Miss Martha Matthews,
and later
I and storeroom of Mrs. E. S. 65 years of age and had a bad jured hip. Examination coupons ba to' lunchas assist the Commissioners by furnishing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
showed by the middle of next week Mr. will Impossible serve I
| Tkornquest ou South Thompson heart. Funeral services were held developments, however Matthew
said. in previous years. them with the names.
Street., last Saturday s no Injury, It was said. ,Sapp

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' and explosive, and quite capable of wrecking Anyone familiar with l legislative =
; Russell KayTOO sessions knows that there Is plentyof
. The Bradford County Telegraph walls that may confine it. room for improvement both lJJ&

EatabttHhed 1817 People who store gasoline in makeshift from the standpoint of time sav-

'' M.BMBBR.RJDA containers are practically inviting disaster. LATE ing and economy: of operation. If

i PRISS; ASSOCJA1l0NvuOOLEDITORlALASsooAnON' Such methods are particularly, hazardous in TO CLASSIFY tion the people and make really'WANT their wants ouch knownto ac-

basements. Containers are seldom tight. SO-DAY LJEGISLATCItE their representatives, they will Author of "How to Win Friend ;

10."iI 1 Gasoline vapor can readily be ignited from The thought advanced sometime get them. But if they remain indifferent -: and Influence' People."

:. L. Matthews __________ Editor and Owner the furnace. The seriousness of this hazardcan ago that it might be poanibl and fall to give evidenceof r
1 their Interest, in all probabilitythe
to bold the coming legislative
be recognized by the fact that storage
SUBM/ltll'l'lON KATE session to 30 days while receiving coming session will follow the

Yearly. S1.7&I Six Month. I.OA)_ of gasoline without express permission is general approval from public and pattern of those which have pre-

prohibited by many standard fire insurance press, failed tfo! gain momentumor ceded it, despite the sincere ef- '
published Weekly on Friday .n policies. Even the so-called "safety can" if about a change. of an architect in El Paso, Texas. The child seemed like
Clan, Matter at the Pout (.,rlm> at !Stiirk Fls the legislative group fathered recently i
usually far from safe. Few of these con- In Gainesville.It What the coming legislaturedoes any normal infant. Strong. Healthy. Her father's name

f tainers are new and some of them may contain appears! however, that the and what it costs is as much was Gollner, and the little girl was given the first name

The Call To Prayer small issue Is far from dead and that your problem and mine as it is of. Nana.
a amount of water which will certain members of the legislature the problem of those we have selected One day, when she was two years old, her mother saw

i In recent months observers in all partsof eventually produce a rust hole, thus permit- are sincere in their desireto to represent us. The timeto that Nana wasn't feeling well. That night a fever devel-

the Christian world have noted a ten- ting a slow leakage of the gasoline. This effect every possible economy'. think about It is NOW. Talkit oped. The doctor was called. And then the parents heard

In a recent letter to Speaker over with your Senator and the dreaded words-infantile paralysis.
dency to "return to religion. Soldiers are may not be noticed until a dangerous accumulation -
Designate Richard II. Simpson T. Representative get their reaction, When it was all over, she had a club foot.
reading their Bibles, are attending church of vapor has resulted. Franklin West representativefrom and at the same time make your She was "different" from the other children. While she

services, and the folks back home are pray- Perhaps the greatest danger to life is Santa Rosa county pointsout wishes known.RED watched other little girls hopping, skipping and jumping,

ing for the safe-keeping of the men on the involved when the hoarder pours the gas that the situation responsible she sat wistfully, her face pressed gainst the windowpane

fighting fronts and for their early' return. intol his .car. It is practically impossible to for waste of time is the enormous CROSS her eyes following them on the way to school, as
amount of political trading and far as she could see them. Then she would turn to
S In Starke the New Year was ushered in by avoid spilling little and invisible
a an spark maneuvering resulting fro 1 the
1 lonely study of her own lessons before her teacher arrived.
$ a union prayer service, held in accordancewith from static electricity is all that is neededto bills efforts of individuals to shove -A.PPEAL- After her lessons, she must get at the business of learn.

an expressed desire of President Roose- produce maiming or death. State or,complete City and programs.officials I ---- -- ing to walk, raising and lowering her feet laborously and

velt. The following thoughts on this all- Hoarding gasoline is-a foolhardy policy. and various ,groups County of citizens, A column "..,.. for and n.......*. uncomfortably through several inches of deep sand to
the Hil fro** Work In Mlarkr.
with the that
the muscles
important topic were recently expressed by Sooner or later it will result in tragedy to concerned with, their own special I'rrpnrrd br Muff MembrrM. strengthen hope some day she
would be able to walk like other little girls.
the Christian Science Monitor: the person who thus defies common-sense interests One of the are. largely favorite responsIble.practices A direct appeal is being madeto Finally the arches were supported, blood rushed ta

President Roosevelt's call to prayer on laws that are seeking to bring this country West contends, particularly in teer the their ladles time of the for town the to Produc-volun- the feet, the muscles began' to build up. Her parents sawa

New 'Year's is a helpful reminder. But in through the war without a breakdown in connection with bills of vital Importance tion Rooms. Bradford County miracle happening before their eyes.
'to is and which are apt to Then came dancing steps. Here, suddenly, was a new
motor Whilewe
these times the impulse pray coming transportation.Pay has a quota to fill for 1943.
have active for the child. A life. ? It
opposition has been to to fill our release new Dancing becamethe
daily and hourly to many troubled hearts. withhold the bill or legislative I 1942 quota it In hoped that 1943 biggest thing in her life. She determined, this little

To pray is natural. Knock away the human Taxes As You Go action on It until toward the end will prove a better year and that lame girl, to become a professional dancer! At the age

props, leave a man with nothing to Breachfor of the session! and then attemptto we will be able to make a better of twelve she began studying with the famous dance instructor -

but the hand of God-he'll reach.: Twenty-seven million Americans will, shove it through at a time showing1. Kit bags must be filled Koslov, in San Francisco, not just dancing, but
soon be paying heavy income taxes that as' when members are overworked and delivered by January 31. The ballet dancing, the most intricate form of the dancing art.

Prayer is a language of the heart. A time ,goes on will become heavier. To all confused result that or the disgusted with the material for these bags Is furnished What! a former club-footed girl study ballet dancing!
form of speech long forgotten sometimes, most Important by National Red Cross"", Nana Gollner's first professional engagement was with
but a mere fraction of this number matters of the session
per are not I they are made in Production in "A Midsummer Dream." She
but never lost. It is as spontaneous as your Max Reinhardt Night's
sonal income taxes will be a new experience.In given proper or careful consideration. sub-
thought, and just as free. A man may be Rooms filled by public made the first ballet short in motion pictures.
fact, according to recent surveys, a good ,la obviate this situation. West scription and distributed to each Then she danced in London. Success. She was the only
in forbidden to speak
shackled cast prison, ,
proportion of these people do not yet realize suggests a convening of the Houoe boy embarking for overseas American girl in the'famous Russian ballet.
but no one can stop him from praying.There's that they have been included in the taxable and Senate In Informal caucus 30 through the Red Cross. Our She has danced in most of the leading European cities,

abundant proof these days that or 60 days prior, to the session, at quota is 400. CO have service beep ship- eight months in South Africa, three of them in Johannes-
Volunteer for with
is answered. It comes: oftentimesfrom brackets. They are making no preparationsto which all groups and individuals ped. burg, where she danced for those she likes most to dance
prayer the Red Cross by calling at
for has pay taxes. They are' spending their interested In' legislation be urgedto your for, the working classes. Dancing before the sophisticatedKing
not given to praying, ours Production rooms
money as fast as they earn it. The threatto submit their bills through their home Tuesdays Thursdays and of Sweden didn't give Nana half the thrill that she
been a skeptical age. But they have seen government authority and solvency by a Senator or Representative, typed rldays. experiences when dancing for the people who come to see
the hand of God, and it is unmistakable.Vern and in complete form; that a I the ballet because they really love it.
mass of potential tax delinquents, is serious.A committee be delegated to mimeograph Mrs. Milton St. Peter who has
Haughland, Associated Press war '
ably handled the Junior Red
practical solution is the prompt adop- all bills and submit copiesto so
correspondent, lost for. six weeks in the all members the'press' and Interested Cross will be greatly missed. Block Leaders evacuaton purposes. However,
tion of such
a arrangement as
jungle of New Guinea, repeated over and pay-as-you-go citizens for study; then These Juniors are workers. They the immediate need of this information
the Ruml Ruml need and direction. Asked To Get
Mr. former dean of help
plan. your
the twenty-third Psalm. "I would be set up ptrlngent rules against the is a request by State
over social sciences at the University of Chicago, Introduction of bills other than Volunteer at the Red Cross roomsIn Data On Minors School Authorities In the hopes
further he related the and these
unable to one step armory help
go those submitted
so and prohibit
and Chairman of the Board of the Federal
"and then I would remember, 'I shall not introduction of any new bills after boys and girls continue the won- After the rush of the Christmas that a nursery school will be I
Reserve Bank of New York observes that derful work have !
want' and sure enough there'd be some : the end of the second week of the they begun.All Holiday Civilian Defense established here in our Public

creek with "Nothing can be gained by arguing that session except by unanimous con- Staff Assistants are askedto swings back into action with a Schools... This school will be open I
berries or chewable grass or a call at the Red Cross Roomsin
to have saved the tax last to all children of the above 1
ahead. people ought on sent.West the Armory and fill out their request to all Block Leaders to ages
water just
the belief
i j good Col. Hans Adamson one of those rescued .- year's income but, of lat't year's income. this! suggestion expresses Is carried thatif outit cards so that certificates may be report on the number, age, names All Block Leaders are asked to I

The fact is that they did not do it and now would be possible for the legis- given those who have been of and addresses ,of all preschoolage cooperate to the fullest extent and j
in the Rickenbacker party, wrote to his assistance In the Red
such Cross
they cannot do it." lature to complete Its work in 30 children from :2 to 6 years and reports should be in by Fri
wife: "While the drifting was a horrible experience days and at the same time In- work. I within their assigned( area. This day NIght January' 8. Mrs I
has of Every taxpayer' must realize that we all Contact Mrs. Ethel Sewell ,for i Junius' Smith chief' block leader,!
something wonderful come sure important measure be- Information will be filed In the
cannot survive ,war, and return to a 'systemof ing given the proper consideration Information on the Canteen Corps Office of Civilian Defense for asks that you"address your reports -
it. I have' _found a nearness to our Creatorwhich individual freedom unless the govern- both by the legislature and and Mrs. Glen Duke for Informa- directly tocher. ,Poet Office!
: I have never known before." the public. tion on the Motor f 4::orps. Contact vices In the Red Cross. There is Box 28.Office.
found himself ment remains solvent. If it is to do that, Lama Troxler, representativefrom Mrs. K. G. Duncan for information a place and a Job for us all.
A young man recently the people will have to pay taxes and buy Marlon county followed on Camp and Hospital Volunteer for Victory by Volun- I supplies :of All kinds for|

being drawn down under the sea as his ship bonds on a devastating scale. Tax laws West with an alternate plan revealed Service and Mrs. L. A. DavIe for teering in your Local Red Cross sale. at The Bradford Count|

was sunk by a torpedo, but even there came must be mercilessly far-reaching and effi- in a letter to Speaker all information on ,Volunteer Ser- Chapter. I Telegraph.atany .

the thought, ,"Fear not, I am with thee." cient. 'I Designate Simpson last week.

After IB days on a liferaft in the Atlanic, Expressing himself In hearty
agreement with the theme and
he and his companions were rescued. Victory Tax Begins objects as discussed in West's

Disaster sometimes seems swift, but letter Troxler questions the pos .. SaYJAXIy
swifter. They do not needto Without much fanfare or preview of sibility of arranging a preliminary -

prayers 1>8. long are petitions even or even prayers with what, it is all about, everyone receiving travel caucus and expense due to the which attendant would ,., 11111', det' b.ter be r.

words, to be heard of God. wages or salaries had a victory tax deducted fall on individual members. rJlI-j 6' /
from his pay the first week in January.The "Doubtless." he states, "there priceTHAT'S
Prayer is not limited. It has power to would be 'some members who --- .
tax amounts to five cent of
bless not only ourselves, and those whom we per would not be able to attend such -

cherish, but all 'mankind It is not dependent wages above'$12' a week', but will not applyto a caucus, and I feel ,that their ;-)
the first $12"of any pay. Thus a man rights to some extent would be
,upon human means ,of transportation.It prejudiced thereby. Why not
earning week will have to pay a tax
can travel as fast as thought. promulgate a'' rule upon conven-
of $1.40 a week and a man earning $60 a ing of the legislature that no bills O ,
Prayers can do much, and we all can week will pay a tax of $2.40 a week. could be Introduced after a lapseof

do much more praying. President Roosevelt's Part of this, tax becomes savings and 24 days from the date of con-

call to the new year with a day vening This procedure would
is returned at the end of the war. 'The savings obviate the necessity of a
of prayer makes a good public beginning but proportion varies according to the num- liminary caucus and still would

privately many men and women will makeit ber of dependents. With a single person, permit ample time for the in-
Indeed the challenge of troduction of bills with as much
a daily 25 percent of the amount paid is consideredas
time as needed for debate. Also
evil 'today is such as to demand unceasing savings whereas with a married personit i It would be possible to wind up

prayer-a constant effort to understandand is 40 per cent. An additional two and ,! the session in a shorter time than
God. it has heretofore "
express omnipotent gOod one-half per cent is added to the savings I Troxler mild that required.his suggestionwas

fund for each dependent, the tax-payer sup- made in view of the present
',.t Dangerous Thing To Hoard ports. restrictions on travel facilities

and was "In no wise Intended to
Illegal hoarding of gasoline is a far cry This tax was included as part of the ,obstruct' the very good suggestion

from storing a few extra cans of food. W. revenue act which also, raised regular taxesto of Mr. Went."

E.- Mallalieu, General Manager of the Na- the highest point in history.So Speaker Designate Simpson has
given ample evidence of his sincere -
tional Board of Fire Underwriters, observes when you find your pay envelopeor desire co effect every possible ,

tbatcewpeople, realize the potentially deadly pay check has a slice taken out of it in economy during the coming session -

hazard of gasoline. Gasoline vapors in a January, this is the reason for it. Perhapsyou and It Is gratifying to find "
individual members of
room can be just as explosive as they are will find some consolation in the fact concerning themselves the in House the

in the cylinders of an automobile engine. that part of it will come back to help pay same direction. The suggestions

One pint of gasoline fully vaporized will that down payment on an automobile after advanced by both West and Trox- right. .you can't get better
ler deserve careful consideration, this fine Drink of Friend
render 200 cubic feet of air inflammable the war.
only from legislative mem- ship. No better beer exists. Here's qual-
bers but from citizens and tax-
_.Basic Facts Of Point Rationing"Point dude a one-point coupon a two- payers ,as well.. ity I mellow flavor I, superb color! JAXis

point coupon a five-point coupon the perfect product of long experience ,
rationing", which will be. 4. The first Important differ- and an eight-point coupon. point value of each Item within and brewing'skill. Whenever
Introduced some time in February r! ence is this: Under straight coupon 6. The third the group of rationed productsand you want
Important difference
and will regulate the sale of more' rationing one single coupon entitles (la this: The various' rationed Issue an official list. Point yUMBQ the refreshing satisfaction of a glass of

than 200 kinds of foods. Is briefly the consumer to buy a specific items within one group will have values will be based on available QpX sI ottl'I golden beer-say, Make mine JAX 1" r
explained by the Office of Price,,. amount of a single commodity -I different point values. For, example supplies and will vary as supplies Ask for 1
Administration as follows: -such an on sugar cou particular Items increase or de full
j I tenderloin steak being relatively irti'diYcauac
1. Point rationing wlU be Introduced pon entiles you to buy three scarce might have a high crease. is tc \!
1943 pounds of sugar. I 8.' War ration book two will l tottlc F
to Americana early In point value and require a larger 111'1'tI1'/
when war rationing book two la But In point rationing one set number of coupons, while hamburger four pages .of blue stampsand wsyekes ptio .),e14e 'itr.

distributed.. I of coupons covers a whole groupof being available In greater The blue four page .of red stamps. .. it ego Sartt+ o\30i.C.a ."s" -.. :
stamps will be used for ..
commodities. For Instance ,'tItdlo..tn'
quantities would
rationIng have
2. The purpose of point a lower
la to guarantee everyone a I yur weck'a meat ration coupons point value. Thus In exchange the first group of goods to be V !"cn"..'...cn '/0\1 K'"Co"..
fair share of scarce but essential :|'would enable you to ,choose your for a ration coupon worth eight rationed by points. The red t 'V'1" bttight., I
goods while at the same time giving -!I ration freely among beef veal points, the housewife might be stamps will be- used for the second 1\1f1\ ec y' 1o\1r
I pork lamb mutton. group of point-rationed goods. {ally lC1t it kety k
everyone a variety of Item.sI or able to obtain one pound of ten- .
from which to choose. The second< important differ derloin steak or four pounds of 'The number on each stamp tells \1 an .ratoi icy.{o"rc.c.&C. ? i
chief differences I I la this The Point how many points the stamp Is \ fl 1t ;I f ft
3. There are three ence : coupons in point hamburger. ( values have not worth. The : "usa _
between point rationing and I, rationing are of different denom- been wet yet: values used here on each stamp \ t 1 afir
tells for '
coupon rationing which la now In j Inutlona. Those to be spent In are for illustration only.) The what period It ft good. yp -. Irtiy 1
government will
effect for sugar and coffee. I I one week for example will In- 7. The Government will set the these periods in advance.announce ;

JAX,.BgEWlMO. 'COMPAI'-Ja ksenilll Florid '
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and son Grady, of Hampton wpre range 20 east Dec. 30; F
Farm Near Foods
Chicken Hampton ,Union Service U. S. ProvidesFor Buy Fresh
-I visiting Mrs. J. O. DIckinson List Lola Brymer to W. V. Hender

.itablished By Knight And Keys I\Marks. Beginning FamiliesOf And Save Cans Tuesday.Mrs.", son and wife Ludle HenJerson 1 til"I\"

I in thee days of food rationingd : hena and 100 white leghorn lay Of New Year Missing MenThat For Weapons Alice M. Jones and Mrs. Dec. 30. "

scarcity of meats a worth- ing hens. Minnie Phillips of Lawtey were IV 'IIU.I'.T' .fOI liT. HMAIIKOIittCO

hUe Industry la rapidly coming They sell baby chicks and fryers I At the New Year's Union service the United States government Bradford County housewives visiting friends and relatives here :) MTV. .. ...OItlW"1 HIVNKltV. \U

the front In Bradford County in 'season but sell no eggs. held in the Methodist Church takes care of the families can save enough E'teel for 813 Friday T. t,'. empiiey.. Plaintiff .". Emily I,, ;.

chicken raising. One of t.. Instead they have been buying I last Friday morning Rev. Cha8. of those men who are missing In machine guns simply by replacing Mrs. Dan Ralry and :Mrs. S. It. No Merrer*2 7OIIKiCIl.Ltempsey. fendnnt, Case )

ounty'n chief exponents of this thousando of eggs for their Incu- I H. Allen. pastor of the Presbyterian action Is shown by the thousands one can of fruits or vegetables a Swindell were business visitors to Or" PI'nMCATIfW ,j ,

portant Industry Is Col. D. K. bator. Tlvelr all-electric "Peter- Church. discussed two pre- of dollars paid In allotments each week during the next year with Keystone Heights Saturday.Mrs. ANt NOTICH OF FlxmiPA TO ArMMCAHHTATR to': KmllyMirper I

night who. in partnership with sine' incubator has a total capac- valant sins. Using as a text month to the dependents of these fresh or home-packed produce a neck and Mr. Kenny Dempn-ey whose residence Is ',

Lrole Keys. a man with 23 ity of 32,000 eggs. If operated at the words of the Lord "Seek ye men. according to. Lt. Colonel J. leading food distributor estimated Thomas were visiting their sister, tlvorwla.I 50U( I'nttnrsoii' S t r e.. t. Valdosta, I.\

{, experience In chlcken-rala- full capacity they would be able first the Kingdom of God and II. Bush Army Emergency Relief today. Mrs. Lula Burkhault of Hampton I ars required to appear on :.,
'ar9 his and all >hoae Officer Fourth the I I February l..t., 1943 In the above ,
and 11 years In egg-hatching: to take off 3,500 chicks every righteousness headquarters. "Thla substitution urged by: Thursday.This named, Court anti cause, wherein "
g turned over whatever III.edad three days. They hope to be operating things Khali be added unto you." Service Command. Atlanta Ga. War Production Board will not community was very sorryto lnlntlff seeks. divorce tlrsdfnrd ,

of a 40-acre tract of land In full capacity In Feb- he dlacused the sins of "putting Under present law, allowancesto only 'save steel but also conserve lose the Payne family. They Order I'minty In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.Witness this. ,,

the business. Mr. Keys'" 18earold ruary or March. They also hope things off" (procrastination) and families of missing men can be food by using extra supplies of have moved to the Widow Jones my hand and official .
of "putting first things last and : paid for only 12 month At the made available by seal nt tlt..k..1. Florida this Decentbar ;
son Donald. who also eventually to have enough hens I fresh produce place out from Starke. We wish 29th., 18.... (i'.i
Ins had several years' experience to keep their Incubator going last things/ first." end of that time, the bead of the increased production, canning re- them lots of good luck. A. J. Thomas I:

the work. i Is Indispensable to without having to buy egga. When Paul presented the Goppel department concerned is auth'orIzed strlctjons and reduced storage Mm. Rosle Constantine writes A. Clerk A of KnlKhl.: Said Courtl.nIght Ulurkp.. Florida ,' ,'

I Is father. Mr. Knight and Mr. Keys are message to Felix he replied "Al- to make a finding of his facilities." according to Earl R. that she arrived. in Portland Oregon Attys. for I'lf. I-I 4t 1-2J "

The site chosen for the chickenarm also getting a start in the hog most thou persuadest me to bo a'' death which procedure will en- French marketing director of the via Forest Grove on December : '1 +
mile from the business. have 4 told "When I'' able the payment following the Atlantic Commission Company.A fine' IV IRCI ,'r CIIInil. tltpOMIIl'4 ,
Is Just one They thorough- Christian. he him. 25. She had a tilp >l' 'vrri.4>HII) \| IX. CIIAN> \
Llachua County line In between bred Duroc brood sows one male have a convenient Reason I will finding of the six months gratu- number two "tin" can aver- out there and enjoyed seeing the fKKV.riavld .. \"

he old Road 13 and'the new cut and 12 3-month-old shoats as a call for thee." "The Church It'' ity provided by law. ages .235 pounds of steel plus a deserts and mountains and the .I.K.. Fife.Willis Plaintiff Fife' l I't vs.>rendant MarKuiet if',

Iff. Five laying houses and five starter. no side show in our national culture -: Since 'there is no hope of getting small amount of tin and a single "snow In California." She wishes 1'1&." No. SUBS VOltDKIl \
rooder houses already have been Mr. Keys Is a veteran of World ." :Mr. Allen said; "It is not I the Japanese government to family can save 12.2 pounds of all her friends back In Florida a ANI NOT1CN1. : 'I'" API'KAIt t i

built\ and more are being adJed War 1, having spent 9 months on the periphery but at the very ; give a complete list of American steel In a year by the can-a-week Happy New YonrHAMPTON, HTATH. ill. KI.OUIIIA.! Mar'Karct \ I
I 1" \ jIlts "i"If u'hose lilonrH l-
ia needed. They specialize In overseas. Originally from Indiana center of- our culture. It Is aI prisoners taken at Hainan and reduction French said. Thus Iw uo Mrs. Jr.. Drown ll ,ntoti \

kew Hampshire chickens and he and hip son have been workingfor driving force. Java by the end of the 12 months Bradford County's 2,421 familiescan I Ilitrbor. MU-hlKnn. "

have at tho present time 2,000 Mr. Knight for two years- "If we were living In Germany : period it la believed that the Sec save 29.536 pounds of steel, By U. B. \ViggInaltlltTiII.V i Fttliruury Yoti ikri lit t't'qiili'oI, 1943. to In niipusr the abnvniianiHtl on "

laby chick all New Hampahlres one ..year of which has been on we would be told what to do" i retary of War will\ extend allot enough to make 834 thirty-calibre lilulntlff, 4Jourt seeks HII'dlvorcH<| citiiHe. llrndfordI'ounty wherein

bnd 300 New Hampshire laying the chicken farm. They live In the minister said. "But here we ments for a longer period as will machine guns each requiring: 35 r.UlTl" TelPKi-nph .s h II I 11 I .nubllMh

,iens 100 brown leghorn laying I a trailer which he himself built. have only moral suasion to put' the Navy for the Army and Navy pounds of steel for manufacture \h'lI. Lnurre Hall entertained ""IN"" .tirilxr In n..xt four
first things first; to 'seek first the will make every effort to prevent he pointed out. with party'Saturday afternoonIn I" Witilt'sC my bond and officialBi.Rl ,,

Expansion PINE LEV Eh Kingdom of God'. It is not too Injury to national morale.In On a national basis, America's honor of her daughter! Margaret I I at Sliirkf' ,, ., ..Klorldn this Sl it ,I
of l>
4>r< Auctions I fly l\lrt. H. M. McltoeKid. late to begin putting first things obtaining the allotment or 31,000,000 tam 11 I ten could save who celebrated her eleventh j liiPKU'lAN. MOAl.t' A. J. Thomas. ,
Of) Nut steel to make 5.000 birthday anniversary at (hit time.I AH Clrik .f na. lil Court. 1.( 4t I-M
'W, E. Hall of Green Cove first. Our attitude today has gratuity there must be absolute enough .In"" .1'' I"'''nd'r.II., Kl"<. Ally, fur .
Is Planned"The Springs. who has been ill for several changed from that of thoee who proof' of the right to It, the wifeor medium tanks or 38 Liberty Many games wore enjoyed and refreshments I I'lt. /

weeks and spent several daysIn lived many years ago. Formerly: widow being required to pro- freight ships, and enough t tin for were served late In (OFFIl'IAU 8KAU -.1/f

first general pecan auc- the attitude was 'He that has not I duce a certified copy of the mar- :300,000; 7r>mm. howitzers. tho afternoon. Those enjoyingthe 'O'l'l4's2 0.i ti'pi.icTiniroil '
Itlon sales season staged by State a hospital in Palatka. filled bin I occasion with Margant were: T \ iuiiNtlTICw'l'Sl'MKIlKllVill'v'lBJ: : >
cut his name on the door beforehe riage record und affidavit showing
Farmers' Markets closed recently appointment at Pine Level Sun- in 40 might as well put up his ; that she was the wife of the HKOOKEK Deity and Gloria Young of Val- : *, That.

find reports show that approximate day.Pvt. the date of dostn Kvi-lyn: Norwood Sylvia 11 II. Ureen Jr., nnd Lucille W.
jackknlfe. Now we say 'LJfe begins ; man at missing" or tire", IxnLlvr of Tan
MIM. K.: J. Ilitzrn Cvrtiflcate
G. Shutz of By
sales of more than 266,000 Joseph Camp May Peggy HinHOii. Shirley Dennison No.
I at 40. ; dead. The wife or widow la the 80, iHHiivd hit 7th., rlay of
brought growers around $501000 ,- niandlng attended church here Lucile Hall Nell Myers. .\IIIC"'" A 1>. lll.in: \ hue filed same
libs natural and the firstto
"The rich young ruler asked beneficiary CELEBRATES: IIIKTI1DAY In my ..rr'<'.. unit has made a ,pllcu> '
," William L. Wilson State Sunday and was a dinner guest the 'What first?' receive consideration. If there A. B. Surrency celebrated his", Frankle Jean und Jouim RxhmvH tlon I for, n tux d....d tn be issuvd' '?, >
I Market director announced today. I of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. Lord comes : and Martha Home. I h..'....". Ha' Id pcrtirirnte. embraces '
and when the Lord told him he Is no widow then the minor childor 77th birthday Sunday with a I h.. tnllnw'InM' leMiTlln-d. properly In I '
I Four State Farmers' Markets Miss Betty Janny of Jacksonville walked away," the preacher said. I children receive the gratuity family reunion. During the day The First EJaptlt't Cliurch: of I the County, tif. Hi-HdforU.. state"' of '
I In the pecan nucI spent the week-end with Miss In conference last Sunday hu-lila I to-wit I tNit
"Zacchaeus at'ked him the same, and after that any other dependent many friends. called to wish hima Hampton 7 of Illk II Ward City Suet I..
lions. Starke topped the other Maxine Hall. question. and dined I with the' relative who may have beenprevlouE.ly happy birthday. At noon a called Rev. J. T, Rawlins of I I" '''w'.11111. .. ; 7 Mouth' KHIIK-H Sn N:,...,". (''. ,

marketo with sales of 145,000 ME! Maxine Hall and brother, Lord." 'I designated by the soldier delicious dinner was served. Gainesville for their pastor forthis ,Th itri..r,- .tt..m..nt Ih l,, snitI of the 1'.rllt"'III.eii.i pr..ppt.y ,is.. j jreil'p'ei'mld

I pound for 28408. Penaacola Wesley. furnished music with the Rev. G. C. Powell pastor of' or officer as the beneficiary.In ", year. st.l w..C In I'he. nit"ue ot Air.I.l ..,
I in Stl1.rke\r.lon- I.itu/ Jot I 110"1.t I ., .
second selllnst"72,768 pounds Lee Gainey was '
L. Brown. Jr.. has ttlgneilup
was violin and electric guitar Sunday order to Robert .
the Methodist Church presidedover prevent an attempt ""'hi' .rll Urn te BhMll. lie
I for 13532. Marlanna was third night at the church with :Mlxn the meeting. Rev. A. E. to obtain money by fraud the day on business. with the Count Guard. .I '-rlhVd"iheieln I Ik w' "he, ti '!
I with sales of around 35.000 Ibs. Mrs. Jim RItch of the! Miss Juunltu Kalch has resignedher l l"'erty d"8,< I will ..
Lucile CI'osby at the piano. Llghtfoot. pastor of the Baptist foregoing is strictly adhered to, Mr and sl"li i,, I he hlgh. ...' hltldpr "
I and cash, returns of more than Eld. and Mrs. W. E. Hall and Church delivered the invocation: with a fine of $2,000 and several State Farm were visiting Mr. position with i the County I i'.t, hou., ... do",. on 'h, first. at Min! the.
I 6000. Lake City sold 13,335llba. and Mrs. S. l K. RItch over the Agent and has accepted a position dty, 111 the nWlllh lit "..., 1S4.I:
granddaughters Sadie and Pat- and the Rev. Frank Yerkes rector years ImprlHonmenU whlt'h III the Ut ""Y of ..' i-uary;
for $2,250.Pricey In Jacksonville. 11145
ricia Hall. all of Green Cove of the weekend.Pvt. .
I were pegged by these Springs spent Saturday night nounced the benediction. pro GUM BRANCH Ovid Lewis wax homo on Sgt. Ocils Lowmun returned to 11111) .t..d thlll 281h day of U.,,..,nhrr,

. I auctions at a much higher figure the weekend.Mr. Camp Gordon Gu., Wednesday. U..tAr. RI'AL) A. .1. Thorns.
with H. M. McRae and family. furlough over
I !?y Mm. T. N. Norman I'h. k lit ('I..ult I'ourt ,
than those paid In past seasons. Mrs. Lyle Young/ and daughters nf Ilrndford Ic
E. Hazen and ,
and Mrs. R. C..II'' '
) 'lo"lorlda.
Mrs. B. M. McRae and MI'8.Wefley FLA. STATE FAR.'JIly I-I 4t I-a
the aver-
Starke reported highest Gloria and. Betty of Vuldosta -
In ,
. Miss Selma Supp. who spent children spent 1l18t Friday -
McRae visited the bed- '
E. II. Boroler .
age price of $19.60 per hundred- lact week in Jacksonville with her Worthington Springs with I Mr. spent last week withfrleirtls. ,0"'U'.1) 0.. 1'W'W.Wr''T'O'\l\
, Pensacola and Marlannaheld side of Mrs. Worthy Lewis Fri- I"OR TiX I'itc,,
" weight. day night. Mrs. Lewis (or Grandma U S 0 I)ANCKMrt sister Mrs. C. Chastain. returned und Mrs Roy Fisher.Mr. t..t.. Hill \... f ':" ,
.: an average price of $17.25 Bevllle of Mrs. Bruce White returned to NtJTICW itt !: '
!>. Bryan Whit field and Mrs. home Sunday.Pvt. and Mrs. Ralph IIIVPoN
Lewis as she Is known) Tlmt H '
widely y.
and Lake City HILI''n holder of ,
. hundredweight Jacksonville after visitingher Tag
, per has been colnfined to her bed L. A. Wiggins chaperoned the Kenneth Overstreet of New Gainesville were visiting Mr. and Sunday Cerllflrat No. 346. iMsued the .4
was slightly under with an aver- parents.Mr. I day of Hept.mher'A. his
. and I)
eight weeks. following girls attending the River N. C., spent a few days Mrs. James Cason family Illi'd. 1940
' Damn In
price of $17.00 per hundred and A. P. Stringer. I my offlue and hits
age U S 0 Dance Saturday night: last week with his father T. Thursday night of last week. innrle itppllpKtl!" for a t.., deed
I weight. The price range at CHURCH DIRECTORY' OF Misses Mary Smith Roberta Overstreet.Mr. Chief Petty Officer Ivan Hazen:: Jr., and Mr. A. P. Stringer, SI', l-ate" I".upd "" .."". JJ"1"' ..*.tltl.|

. Starke was from $15.50 to $25.00 SERVICES Mel- and MI's. Hazen spent Sunday of High Springs spent luxt Thursday i...'.IK"m"rHrel. ( the following..-
Esther Crews
Whitfleld and Mrs. B. M. McRae and property 'it" '"* tounty..t
, per hundredweight. FIRST! BAPTIST! verna Thornton Lila Rae Caldwell with bin parents Mr. and Mrs. with relatives. nrKdfor $tats vI I"lorl". 'o-wlt:
"In view of splendid succ Rv. A. IS. Ll.[htf_.. Paator children: of Pine Level were vIsiting Misses Ethel Mae and Betty All lol I7J 18. 10. lOot Hilt 14
I 81 N. Walnut ....... Margaret and Melba String- G. W. Hazen. "'C lint 40 ,..et 10 ot W by
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman
| .J9 attained by the pecan auction Church School 9:4&: A. M. fellow. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of Burling returned Saturday from N, ,a H In SW eoI' ot Lot 20 1:<......
- I sales this season they will Morning Worship 11:00: A. M Sunday. Starke spent Sunday here with Macon. Ga.. where they were I 11 22""ICast 19 .Township 7' South, flange 'f
B. T. U. 7-00 P. M. i
undoubtedly be expanded next: Kv.nln Worship 8.00: P. M. Mr.. and Mrs. John Hemwood Mr. and Mrs., Leon Conner and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart visiting. their aunt Mrs. C. C. I Th. .? .rjhVl.tJS! Vlrilfilli', *p.
Wednesday Worship 8:00 P. Mplsis'r children; of Rising 'were visiting \ arty ,..
year, Wilson said. and Mr. 'and Mrs. Cecil Hill and snd Unwell.
. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas sun" I*"*" In the autos of Unknown.
son Wendell 0 f Tampa were Mr: and Mrs. F. S. Sapp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Hazen and Mrs. Odin Lowman Missus Unless sal.l certificate shall be'redremed

TRAIN SCHEDULE R.". a. C.MKTflOIU"T....,...11. fmmtor guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Calvin Strouse of Norfolk Va., children spent Sunday with Mr Hazel and Lela Mae Drown and property described.", 'ordlnlr therein to low will the

Southbound 12O N. Cbvrrh Hlrrvt Land Saturday and Sunday.Mr. spent the week-end at the homeof and Mrs. Troy Thomas and fam ; Miss Frances Johnson were visitors soil to the highest bidder at the b.
No. 1 local due Starke 11:10r : Church Kchool 10:00: A. M. courthouse
( ) J. S. Sapp returning to Jack- door on the first Mon. ,'
Sunday p'Z'oo"r.h1fo: ? A. M.Young and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief ily. in Starke Sunday. rI'LY' In the month of
r M. : sonville Sunday.Mr. February. '5
P. M.
: and children and Mr. and Mre. Miss Catherine Rooks of High 194:1.: wh"-h IN the Jilt day of Kvh
V j No. 191 (Miami) due Starke 10:38: Evening. Worship 8:00: P. M. and Mra. F, S. Shaw of ruilry I uii.:! .
Wednesday Worship 8:00: P. M4T. M. E. Griner visited friends in Spiuigst .spent ThurnJay afternoon Orange Lines ihited this 28th dny of December,
P. M. The State Farm were visiting Mr. 1944 ,

- No. 107 (local) due Starke 9:50: MARK'ft BPIHCOPAl.Hrv. Melrose Sunday. and Mrs. L. L. Conner Sunday.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. James Honors EmployesJohn IO"'FI m IAI. SP3AIj) A. .J. .
I A.M.' Fred v........ Hrrtora Buddy Davis returned to Gaines- and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and Cason. I ('lerk' of 1'lrc..1t'ou.t, of tlrBdo",f
Northbound little son were visiting Mr. and E. Icenhour, vlce-Presldunt
Church School 10:00: A. M. I'
I No. 2 (local) due Starke 4:46: Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. the U. of F. Mrs. R. C. Conner Saturday. Raiford were visiting Mrs. Jim and General Manager and J. J. Iv TVAroi'l.t.T ".. TIlt'OVi*
Sunday Rvenlng 7:30: P. M. Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbln Mott Sunday. ,
I A. M. Friday Evening 7:30: P. M. and Rivers have I Mr. and Mrs. Felix: Sapp and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mrs. J. Murphy.General Traffic Manager, KI.OIIIII\. :, ;r. TIo.LNT', ...
No. 192 (through) due Starke Holy Days 10:00 A. M. I daughter Mary Miss Margaret Sapp made a business of Orange Lines.I Inc., played In re: Kntute; of
I returned from a visit of several W. Thomas were visiting In La- l>. W. Moore\ r
| 5:28: A. M. trip to Jacksonville Satur- i Santa Claus to 25 employes of I.e..I. I'
FIRST PRRSHTTRRIAN with relatives In Tallahassee Crouse afternoon.
: No. 108 (through) due Starke n... e..... II. A lira. Pastor days day. Miss Sapp staying over the Friday the Company at a Christmas Eve To all I (.edltor'a nnd Pemon Havafd ... 'j'
6:30 M 848 North Cbrrry: St. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall are Douglas Hazen returned to the ( Ienends Against
P. week-end returned home Monday. party atniandlng, Center at 4:30P. : $ liau't",0',
Church School 10:00: A. M. sometime In In Gainesville Sunday. '
spending Jacksonville University
No. 44 (through. reservation Hunday Worship 11-00: A. M. M. About 11 ticket agents You! and inch. of you ar. hereby: .
| train) due Starke 2:51: P. M. Senior Crusadxs 4)):00 P. M. because of the serious. illness of GRAHAM Mrs. R.. K. Hazen and Mrs. V. from Starke and Camp niandlng notified and reiiulred to preeent i Y.
Intermediate Youth 6-00: P. M Mr. Randall. V. Hazen were In Gainesville any claIms and demand* which (,
Starke and Dell Evening Worship 7:00 P. ,M.liT. Mr Eva Strickland and 14 or 15 driven and conductors :- yi>u, or rlther fit ypu, may, have ,
I No. 101 leaves Starke 7 A. M. Mr. >and Mrs. Jay Foster 61 liy Monday. were guests. O. O. Williams against the estate of n. W. Moor. "

[ No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: P. M. Kn\VAHr CATHOLICRev. Melrose 'were apend-the-da Mr. and ,trs. Rufus Jones of I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and chief ticket agent and clerk at devoiiHed.tile County late Judge of said'of County firadford, to .', ,:.'

Daily except Sunday 'I...... J. Marpkr.. P..lorTempi guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Tampa spent Sunday with I Mr. Mrs. Albert Surrency attendedthe Staike said last week. CiJUnty Florida, at his office In 'I_
Aveaa the court hniine of laid County \1
Griner Wednesday of last week. funeral of Mrs. Clem Harrisat at \
Early Mans 8.00: A. M. and Mrs. Carl Jones. All employes received gltll.'anglngIn Htarke, "Florida within eIght calendar
IH-rlm Services. Lawton Thornton for many Belle Sunday afternoon. months from the time nt I'
Mri' A. L. Marlow of New- value from (5 or $10
Sunday Mann 9-00: A. M. an of the Fare Mrs. Rosa Plnholster was in the first publication of thin notice. (;\
Week Day Mass 8:00: A. M. years employee berry and daughters Mrs. Hazel In cash to a $25 or $50 War Kach, claim or demand. shall be inwrItlni &
Is critically 111 at the Farm hoa of Gainesville Wedenesday. ', and Khali. state the place II 1
Sapp and Mrs. Odessa Owens bond-according to the length and of rxlden and pout office address iuf
KI'VGMLIoJV:' SAKE HAPTISTKev. pltal.Cpl. : Gainesville\ were visiting Mrs. A. efficiency of service rendered the : lie claimant and shall be _I l;<
H. M. '1.111..... HsjstorHoivices Coy Mitchell of Camp RISING sworn. to by the claimants. their \! I
Every HunUnsj E. Ward Tuesday.Mr. Company. iitrent or their .attorney and guy. \1"'"
Sunday School-10 A.M. niandlng was a guest Sunday of and Mrs. Norman Johns By Mrs. Ktluie; Mortnau Hiich claim or demand. not .o flied .J.
May Warn of Disordered Morning. Worship-11 A. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moncrief. shall be void
of Jacksonville of Bellevlew are spending a few Mrs. J. K. Norman 'and little Deeds Filed Mr". Florence' fr..t 't".ori ;i'
Kidney Action I GOCPEL TAIIEU"SACLE: Bradley Geiger days with Mm Johns' mother A* tdmlnUtratrlx' of the,
Modern M. with Its hurry and worry Blblo Hchool each L.ord Pay at and Billy Overstreet of Macclenny granddaughter, Joan Norman Penrre l>. W !Moore deueaeed. ,(i iKlr
Irregular habits, improper ntlns; and S P. U.i.vangeIistiO. Mrs. Millie Fogg. Avey Supp and A. C'I ..t publication. irnh. I lth. i1IK42. :
Service, Sunday sp .nt several days with Leslie have returned home after a two 11-18 4t 1-8 h'
drnkIng.ri.k ol exposure and infeo.tlon Pvt. L. C. Smith of Avon I'ark Pearce her husband to Oscar ,
-throws heavy strain OB lbs work 4v<*nlnff 8:16.: Bradley last week. weeks' visit with Mrs. Norman's
of IBS become Hibl !Study' Tuesday Evening spent a few days recently with I Carter and Gladys Carter his I 'I
kidneys. They are apt to
over-tsxed and tail to Alter ....... acid 8:15: -In Mission Itall.Children's Mrs. Bruce Norman and chll his mother Mrs. L. C. Smith daughters Mrs. Elvlee Drlggers: wife, lots 62 and 63 of section 19, i' ;
and other Impurities. (ram ths life-giving Bible Lesson & Cho..alwork dren of Jacksonville were over of Lithia and Miss Rosa Mae Relief At LastForYourCough ij ijI
blood. Wednesday 3 P. M. and sisters. and lot 2 of section 30, township ij1

You m.y" ...If.( narirlnc( bsckschu Victory Prayer Group Thursday night guests of Mrs. Annie Rich Mr. and Mrs. E. Strickland and Norman of St. Petersburg I 5 south range 22 cast 30 acrew, I I \\1
headache,,, dliiini.ee, ("ttin( up nihti! : m P. M. arde Wednesday Mrs. J. L. Jackson! of Jacksonville ;
'I. Pains, "lIln.-I",1 constantly Kvanicllstlo MeetingFriday daughter and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dec. 30;
tired.71 nervous, all worn out. Other signs night 8:15.: Mrs., C. A. McRae and children Strickland visited Mrs. Maggie spent New Years with her Lorle Tomllnnon and husband. f
of kidney or bladder disorder... somn- have returned to their home in mother Mrs. J. E. Norman.
tlmna burning, scanty or too Irequiinlurination. OK CHRISTllsrrr Strickland of Starke Sunday aft Roy Q. Tomllnson to R. A. Green
rlltJRrll, Mclntosh. Mrs. Eddie Norman and daughter Creomulslon relieves promptly because ,
Plch.D. MlHlstcr ernoon. 40 acres In NB 1-t of NW 1-4 of
.Try Do...'. Pill. JToan' help, the I Bible Hturty 10'oo A. M. Mrs. L. R. Bristol returned to Jeanette and Thurman Jones. section 22 6 south 'I, It toes right to the mat of the JI"|1
Mrs. A. E. Ward Sunday township
kidneys to harmful body spent .
off SMe
p. Morning Worship and The LordsSupper trouble to help loosen and expel {
her school duties In Tallahassee have Just returned home after
t. They have bad more thsa hall a I 11:00: A. M. afternoon with her daughter Mrs. germ laden phlegm and aid nature ,
eantury ol public approval. Are recommended Kvenlng Worship 7:30 P. U.Thursday Tuesday. spending several days In, Lake to soothe and heal in- j,, ,
tender j
by srsteful .".r'.b.... Florrie Mckinney, of Starke. raw,
Aa* p.., a.g6o,' users I Worship 7:30: P. M. Sidney Cogdill of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton Wales and Waverly with Mr. and. flamed bronchial mucous m a in- 1,;;
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R Mrs. Gordon James. : brancn. Tell your druggist to sell you ;
COMMCNITY! : GOSPEL MISSION. : and children and mother and sister a bottle of Creomulslon with the v '
DOANS PILLS 4 Penti.rnotslKJ.gaIeylIake K Mil W .f B GateKvamrrllxtlR P. :UcLendon Saturday and Sun Mra. Annie Ward and children Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman f.t 1666 1-: dcratandJng you must like the way un-It ::1,1:'
and and Thurman Jonas
Services every Sunday day.Miss of Waldo attended church family quickly allays the cough or you are i'i;
night 71.tA. Betty Jean Robinson returned here Sunday night.. were visiting relatives In Raiford to hays> your money back.CREOMULSION. :
Brooks Spon.or. '
Sunday-after spending the Sunday. USE I ''I'i
... I
_ 7--- ____ _- --- -- 'II week with her parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford RItch. TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS for Coughs Chest ol"s.: Bronchitis J :
Mrs. Merrill E. Robi n s o n. in Drs. Wheeler and Phillips of T11ERES5A

FUNERAL ,DIRECTOR ____ _, ... "
Jacksonville.Mrs. the Jacksonville Naval Air Base By Mine Ida Jlacan .0.----- --- -----.p S a - n )
My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to BeDder R. II. Tyson was the guestof were dinner guests of Mr. and I '
EFFICIENT, PROMPT Md COURTEOUS Mra. M. Luck In Jacksonvillelast Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jerral and ''f''

_' MODERATE: PRICES week. ant week. daughters, Jackie and Beverly 129 East Call Street LJ I ,
DeWITT C. JONES Miss Norma Jean Dobbs has Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Powell and were visiting Mr. and Mr.. W. W. .

gtarke Florida returned from a visit of'several children.. ,Jewell ,Frances and Packham and family Sunday.
weeks with her slater. Mrs. May- Elton of, Starke were dinner Mrs. Edna Sullivan of Starke Hours 9 A. 1 M. to 7 I'. M. Evenings By Appointment
') -
-- .. bell Starling In Jacksonville. guest of Mr. and Mrs J. A. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan a -' _- - - _
h ..., L ..-- W" Mrs. Gertrude Weiss of New' Jouvler Tuesday evening.. Sunday. s- '1

m We Do Superior Work- York City is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman Mrs. M. Mrs. Clara Adklns and daughter Jr

Mrs. B. Hershfleld for a visit of H. Griner. Mrs. W E. Malone. of Jacksonville are -spendingthe WHY GO FISHING' ? ;

____. _,__:._____ Indefinite'' length. Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Mrs. J. M. week-end with her parents .

Sgt. Edwin Malone who has Bradley Mrs. R.. H. Cox. Mrs. C.M. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell. GO TO 'NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh \r

For Better Cleaning been transferred to Drane Field I Turney (mothers,) and Mrs. W. Bobble Hall of Starke spent I
I I ;
near Lakeland, and Sgt. Walter D. Newton (grandmother) attended the week-end with Mrs.. J. O. 'Water and Salt- Water Fish/Shrimp etc.

H. Allen. were guests of Mr. and the reception for mothers of Dickinson and family. ; ;

, S. TRY THE Mrs. W. EX Malone over the week Ions In the service' given at the Miss Elizabeth Phillips of Live and Dressed Poultry:, Fruits and Vegetables

usa In Starke Friday. Mrs. B.If. Starke was visiting her father,

NEW METHOD CLEANERS end.Mrs.. Mildred Modling and children Tyson and Mra. B. Hershfleld D. J. Phillip Monday and Tues

De Vane and Judy, of Jack- were unable to attend. NEWSOME'S MARKETNext
Mr. and :Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners nonvllle are guests of Mr. and day.D.. J.'Ptiilllps, Sr.. was visiting

PhOM1S5 Mrs Lester D. Dobbs. Office supplies of all kJjuN for Ms sister Mrs. J. L. High tower,
815 Temple Your Patronage Mr. and Mrs. J. W. RItch speni sale, svt The Bradford County of Lawtey last Thursday. Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave. ,1
- ,
Avenue ,Appreciated the week-end In Brooker with Telepapb. Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns I J J'I

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=- _=- _ FR1PAY JANtJAHV 8. 1943
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crossing of tho Red Sea when at this ttkA waA a study of the
II SOCIETY and CLUBS Pharaoh and his army were destroyed W. M. l> Year Book for 1943.

In the Red ,Sea. She com This study waS conducted by
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r pared our present day war situation Mrs. A. Ev: Algfhtfoot, newly elected Kathleen Norris
Ladies Auxiliary Miss Aline Lanier Reception At USO to thin Blble-lewon and said President and participated In Says :

Becomes Bride For War Mothers\ that. our God Is the same God by the dif *>nt officers and committee -
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the who gave victory'at that time. c \f| nen-
Presbyterian Church will meet Of Lt. ShrewsburyOf Outstanding Event Mis. Halle .made a graceful Mrs. n, U tfougn, recording When Marriage GoesStaleBell

$ Tuesday afternoon Jan. 12, at host Little speech in regard to her new secretary, ctP1ied? the W M. U.
interest to a More than 250: attendedthe
cordial persons
3:30 o'clock in School 8yndleatWNU F itur
: the Sunday duties and :
Florida and proceeded to divide Standard *,( Excellence in detail
friends In Georgia. reception honoring the
Mrs. Florence B. Crooksof '
room. the member into;three elides as and the
of stateq average requirements
St. who Is Kentucky was the marriage mothers of men In the service at '
Augustine a re.
Miss Aline Lanier to Lt. Ralph D. the U8O-YMCA from 4 to 6 P. fOllows; ort:! each point had, been -
turned from Thailand
and bas missionary written and Shrewsbury, which took place on M. on Nw Year's day. A. the Circle Number' "'One Mrs. Will I met and u>*t tIle Standard had 1'l
recently published
the Snyder Blair. leader MraG.!' C. Powell, been roaCke4 by this Society for
: "Fale.,' of Thailand", will Friday January I, at mother* arrived they were greeted I
JacksonvIlle Director Julu! L. Thorn assistant leader. ,.Mrs. A. Wood
be guest speaker for the after Memorial Church by or 1042.At
Their only attendants were. MlS9 some member of the Committeeand Mrs. W, P. Smith Mrs. Bum the \;
noon.All ladies who are Interested Frances Shrewsbury, sister of ,the were then presented to Mrs. Wbigham.' Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Mrs. review a covered dish luncheonwas

are Invited to attend. Mrs. William croom and Capt. George B. W, O. String-fellow who presidedat T. J. Griffin, Mrs. L. W. Koch, lIerveq i.

Norm will be ho tes". Kregar. of Camp Blandlng. The the registration book, having Mr Emma Murphy, Mrs.' L. A At two 7'clocfc, the Executive: '
wedding was solemnized In the every mother record her'"own" Davis; Mrs. T.A/ Hunt, Mrs. W. Commute X&et and planned apart

of a few, close friends name and address, together with : S. Stroman' Mrs. L., S. Hutto, of' tH **ork for the ensuing
Reunion preBence
Family b,y the Rev. Wm. Dunkle, pastor. the name and address of her son, Wrt, .B.. F. Dickman., Mrs. Annie year. Th'n' 'Vall followed by the :
Church. Lou Godwin. Mrs1. A, Z. Adkins regular R"Vi' Service program; In
J The J. L. Andersons enjoyed a of the Snyder Memorial or sons In the service. ,
family re-union at Mrs. Ander Mrs. Shrewsbury l IS. the daugh-; After the crowd had gathered Mr. W, J. Chandler, Mrs. W, H. charge'of j f"Clq: < No. 2, aa follows:
Jonathan W. Nollman, Mrs. E. S. .Matthews i Devotion.., Subject "Friend \
son's home In Archer on Christmas .. t er of Mr. and Mrs. program was presented, presided ,
day. Those attending from Lartler of Valdosta Ga., atiQ the' over by Mr. Thorn. ,The. Mrs. Pearl Simpson, Mrs. L. D. ship," Bifel itud/ from Proverbs '

Starke were: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. sister of Cadet Walter S. :Lanier, Rev. Chaa H. Allen, pastor of Vlning, Mrs. Robert B. Wear, Mrs. -Mrs. A. Llg tfoot. ; ,

Anderson, Lyle and Janet; Mr of Moore Field Texas. She received -. I the Presbyterian Church delivered F. H. Long, Mr.* L, F. Smith, Prayer. %. (r..". W. B, Alexan. '- ) .

and Mr*. E. M. Davis and Jean; her education at the Valdosta -.: the Invocation. A. J.. Mr!:'". Fred Guy. der."Ye i (Sb r3 \ =-

Mrs. A. W. Anderson, John and High School and at the I I Thomas, vice-chairman of the, Circle Number Two: Mrs.' E. K. are y Witnesses" Mrs. iIj Ij \

Virginia; and Mr. and Mrs G. A. Georgia State Woman College committee of management of the Perryman, leader, Mrs. W. E. H. A. Lawlllc1tt.WltnesHtlt i. 5- F. 'A

t Anderson. ,_ ValdnRIA.' For the pant year I YMCA, brought greetings from Mlddleton, MI'.. W. C. Halle, Miss Through the Ages" C 1 \Y 1 1I

t Others present were: Mrs. Dora she has made her home In Starke, I the USO, and Chaplain Thomas C. Amy Cobuin, Miss Kate Struth Mrs. Te.- Harding. -.
work at the Station Holland General Mrs.,. "My FeH0<'snlp with SufferingChristians" '4- -
Burton and Miss Bettye Burtonof coming here to represented L. A. D. E. Knight, Mrs. Walter I.',
Rome, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hospital, Camp landlng. Kunzlg, commanding officer of Ft. Lott* Mrs. '1..DJ Green,' Mrs. -'- A meditation ) -
4 I 1 Is the son of Bland ; *., Titus Olson MIth Mrs. LBW-SO,* with Mm W. R. *
Durton, of Brooksville; and JohnF. Lt Shrewsbury Camp Ing. ," pllve, Ray, Mrs. If:
., Burton of Orlando. Mrs, Grace Shrewsbury, of Ganeyvtlle -I Speaking to the mothers. Chaplain J. W. White, "l\.flSs"Amella\ Ray, Morse at ti6 plafio. 1
Ky. and of R. D. .Shrewsbury Holland said: "The old Roman -I Mi'8. A. F. 'SauU, Mrs. Bertha The buslv session was calledto "

Junior Woman's Club of Louisville. Ha attended ,Coi'nelixis used to say. 'My Pearce )'Ir.. Frank Colley Mrs.I. order b the President, Mrs. y 4 ()

the Western Kentucky State children are my Jewels/ So your P. Shepherd Mrs S. S. Dow- A. E. LIgl\t<' ot. The Secretary Oo

The Junior Woman's Club meet. Teachers College 1 at Bowling Jewels are your sons and daughter ling. Mrs. A. W. Redgrave. Mrs. read the mifttes' of the last meet- -.. so.

Ing will be held Wednesday at 8 Green ann received his commission *. 'And may the peace of Cod Arch Green, Mr J. H. Fields, Ing which vre approved. Mrs. ) t
P. M. Mn Fred Guy will l be in and entered the service In which passeth all understanding Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mis. Julius L*. O. W. Alde\' an, "Treasurer, read )

charge of the program. Hostesses the early part of 1942. For the keep your hearts and minds. Thorn, Mrs. B. L. Matthews, Mrs. her report, tor November and

will be: Miss Frances Opperman, past several months he has been through Christ Je us'. E. C. Perry. December, VP'ch' Were accepted.The .

Miss Hope Haynes, Miss Della stationed! at Camp Blanding. Chaplain P. G. Hall Divisional Circle Number Three wUl meet En'lgftnent' Chairman reported \

Ro.e nbe r g", and Mrs., Ralph Lt Shrewsbury and his bride Chaplain of the 79th Division, on, In the evening with Mrs. J. D.CottreIl two new members. c3i,4'p

Shrewsbury are making their home for the behalf of the Woman's Service I as leader Mrs.. Sam An- Mrs. R. A- Thomas, Mission

4- p _pp present in Staike. Organization of the USO, pre. derson, Mrs. J. W.. Andrews, Mrs.D. Study Chatrian, reported that
sented every mother and grand. I P. Carpenter- Mrs. Charles nine memHfft studied the book ; \ ) -

AUTO PARTS | Woman's Club To Meet mother present with a cor age. Daroy. Mrs. V. S. Howard, Mrs. "If Two Ae'? In preparationfor

GENERATORS. AUTO GLASS Every mother was brought to the Paul Hudglns. Mrs. Carl Johns, the tSrist1as i Week of She won't fact the limple truth thai every woman know in her heart, thai

CASH FOR GARS AND The Woman's Club will meet platform by a Camp Blanding Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Mrs. Newell Prayer.; thi fotatie flame that it devouring her Ha a itrf unilobte irate of phyncal;
TRUCKS IN ANY Wednesday afternoon Jan. 13, at. soldier was presented with flowers Odnzn. Mra. .Tunllin M. Smith. Mrs. T. h- Harding, personal passion and flattered vanity.

CONDITION) WE BUY four o'clock In the club building, and then' taken to the beautifully Mrs. W. ,B. Sewell, Mrs. Grace Service ChftlrAlan( reported Xmas

JUNKED &: WRECKED and the business senslon will be appointed tea table for re WainwrIght Mis* Abbie Harley boxes sent \>/ the Society. to ,themen '\By.KATHLEEN NORRIS GREENER FIELDS

AUTOS I presided over by the president freshments. Every soldier gave MUM Madge Wh'igham. Miss in ,Ser1itPe|< frotn. our Church. "V'HE other day one of the It is truer marriage than I
I Miss Evelyn Stump. to his "mother" for the afternoon Madge Mlddleton Mrs. Upon Almendation of the
Used Autos $2b up Mrs A. Z. Adklna In chairmanof the name and address of his own Hall Mrs. ,A. W.,Anderson.!" -Shelly MrsGeorge Executive 7amlttee, a budgetfor ..*1. papers had a little story of almost anything f'1.J. thatanother's

program and will have as mother and every mother present Miller, MrSj Edna Hart the ypa\ Vas adopted in the about a young woman lot inevitably teem'
guest speaker, L. F. Chapman gave ,to her "son" the name and amount of f3oOOO This does who lost a hundred pounds, better than one'. own. The

AUTO PARTS Superintendent of the State Farm. address of her own son. Every Baptist Circles not include the Pledge to the much to the improvement of distant, fields, you knout always \

North of 9uvra on Boad IS Mrs. Rawson J. Davis, chairman mother attending the affair will Southern Billet Cooper atjve/ her beauty and health. When look greener. At close

of music, will present a musical write to her soldier I escort's Have Enjoyable Program of |267.. which pledge someone asked her how she range they rarely are better

program. mother stating that she had the All-Day MeetingThe Is paid to <*ie Church in the did it she said "I dieted and I and frequently are far worse.
Hostesses: Mrs. Charles Allen i privilege of being a foster mother weekly coiHrbuU0n) ) e n v elopes. i Phyllis Taylor i* regarding the
Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mrs. D. P. to, her son for the afternoon, and Woman' Missionary Society Our pledge tf" thiS Program for I fell in love. prospect oJ divorce, and re-

Carpenter Mr. L. S. Hutto, Mrs.C. every soldier will write to the of the First Baptist Church 1942 was tt pud of 243.00 Nothing takes off weight like marriage from' the safe distance .

A. Futch, Miss Arline Mann, sonof the mother whom he met in an all day session Mon our contributions\ amounted to falling in love, or being under :, of domestic i security.

OLIn Mrs. M. C. Mayhew. escorted stating that he had the : day, Jan. 4, convening in the 9590,02. the pressure of a terrible grief And Kathleen Norris, aware

t pleasure of her company for the Church Annex,: with 17 members Offering 1H: this time 338. because both those emotions of the pitfalls of change
James Rondel Lawson I afternoon. Mothers present had present. P Meeting clQ;'''d with prayer led urges
I Rons scattered all over the The first work, to be taken up by Mrs. R. \ Thomas. I are all absorbing. The woman her to cling fast to that security
...J- "newly in love looks at her food curiously and to' make the most
S1DE/1WW ,
Mr. and Mrs Ewell Lawson announce In the armed forces of the, Coun
; what i Is It? Oh, lunch She of i..
the birth of James
a son, try.
tastes It, isn't hungry she is think.
Rondel, in the Alachua County Mrs. L. A. Canova ; ,
responsible Carolyn ing of
nothing but Douglas whom
Mme SUnI, the Eighth Hospital, Gal n e svllle on NewYear'a I for the splendid! music of Ca11street.Q.. she will see tomorrow And -if she 'did refuse'j\ capitulation' 1 until I ,
could I
Wonder, does a hundred spins Day.t.REAL. the afternoon, presenting :Mrs.. keeps this up for more than a few what It "an'but and'decide
was fair I felt. then that our
John Simmons of Gainesville, who days she begins to lose -
by her teeth t She gets plenty of -- weight.A feeling, because of its very violence,
sang a number of -
beautiful ballade delightful way to lose
bone-and-teeth building calcium YOU CAN GET in keeping with the program. Well, folks ',l If Walter Win- coverln' 'tw u flltoed at Kings- too. Which one of us wouldn't weight like is might be short-lived but today it

and phosphates in her diet. RELIEF Mrs. Simmons, whose husband is chell can do It, why can't 1? ley Lake They do say one always to have the dazzled, agonizing me stronger to than ever. David wants
get a divorce children -
Moral No. 1 : do the same. One I a Major at Camp McCain, is formerly eanlng-take a little breather I khakllad, oVrConie by seeln his delicious, floating/ and flying sensation to his lonely bring my

level teaspoon Rumford Baking .. fi& farm ACID from Washington D. C., while a guest columnist does a I phix: on the I' en, shouted, "Hal. / that is being in love? for us all a real, home house again.and create His
and Is a member of the Washing bit of plnch-hlttln' Truth Is. lejuha, Holiyv>od.. here I come!" Unfortunately it is as baseless an little girls are darlings and
Powder supplies \k your INDIGESTIONBISMAREX ton I outside emotion/ as the sweet drowsinessthat althoughI
Opera Guild. got the city limits during The dVeAded gas ratlonin do not tee them much; I know
daily minimum requirement of, The entire affair was sponsored the holidays, for the first really doesn't *aem to be affectln'our envelops the drug-addict. Sense they are ready to love me. Davidis

phosphorus! V& daily mJnimuni by the WSO of which Mrs. Frank lime in a couple of years and con- younger jAds an', lassies at and reason are dulled; anything, devoted to my boys, so that the

of calcium. Moral No. 2: Bake Wilson is chairman. Ladies of gaquently my spotting and Jottingof all ,,, Hear D te handsome Many The everything stout sounds true to the lover. only sufferer in this whole case

with Rumford t trRXEi Starke, through this organization the local scene has been a bit dated an' ole flame tother night believes that middle-aged the married man would be Jack who has no idea of
brought under par Just as I was exquisitely pretty the situation.
open faced I
sandwichesand and dlsco'arel:1 at the laa' minute
: u.* Ruml....'. Tint*. : eighteen-year-old is madly in love
ly Keolp M......... Writ.todayRumfo..d home made cookies and biting my last cuticle, and pullingout that his,ranlt was aa empty amy with him; the frustrated wife of 40 I "If I should force myself to be
Bakinf Powder, mint. Those serving at the tea my last hunk of hair. along sugar! c& But beln' a listens enraptured to the strong enough to sacrifice my own
i compliments
Box F, Rumford, Rhod. Island. Carpenter's Drug Store table were Mrs. Milton Brownlee. comes loin (BHS.Journal) Snooperan' solid 'Samm). f e trotted out his of a boy of 22. There Is no I feeling in this matter I lapse back
,. -- Miss Lillian Stump.. Mrs. R. J. says she'll take over this spot trusty scooter 0-n' went a-courtin', use arguing about it; lovers into the loneliness and stupidity of

Davis Mrs. Bertha Pierce. Mrs. for a week,* <"> j,, So take it away, anyway ., Yen the ,ratlonin' hear anything except what they never want I my old life. I also sacrlflca the love

W, O. String-fellow, Mrs. W. B. Ima! board can't ,Kep" these Starke to hear. I of the finest man I have ever known.

Sewell Mr*. J. !.. Thorn, and I kids down! Drifted Apart. I r'rob his'daughters of a mother, a

Mrs. I... A. Davis. Oh mw, oh my. (sighs) .. .. .r- "Please let me put to you for your woman's Influence: in the years when
Those mother Holidays:) are over an' this lovln advice they most need It, and I
and grandmothers ThO' HonHs F/c. .* attending the program Rosalind Is all tuckered out, but BHS will )HgVe. a grand chanceto my life and that I want to solve sons of what Is a step up In the
and the number of sons In service: there's still enuU gas in the ole model tlrelr handiwork at the right away for all concerned" writes social and economic scale. David,

areas follows- girl to bring you a glimpse of style show F't-tJlly afternoon Phyllis Taylor, a Vassar graduate I talks of their college careers, promises *-

STARKE FLA Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, 1: Mrs.. the latest larks of Starke .' Seems they've' Invited I their who lives in Nashville. "I am 33, them circuses and bicycles.
R. H. Cox 1; Mrs. M. E. Griner New Year's Eve was up to the mothers to cce an' gaze while and have been married to Jack for J( and has already won their small

1; Mrs. P D. Fancher, 2; Mrs. N. usual standard with yours truly I they proudly ,show off their 11 years. We have two sons, aged hearts.
F.. Newton 1; Mrs. Charles M. doln( a bit of snoopln' from hereto needlework, Hn" the best little I nine and six. I adore my boys and I "15 it wise, is It right, to give up

Turney, i; Mrs. John Uglow 3;. the Nightingale (down G'ville seamstress Will)| get a prize I think that from their manners. the immediate and great happinessof
-*, 3 BIG DAYS Mro. J, M. Bradley, 1; Mra W. E.. way) Spotted N. T. RJtch. 'Sgonna be ha.r l to pick the winner health and intelligence you would all of us, merely because this will

Sun. Mon. Tues. Jan. 10 11 Malone, "2; Mrs. P. A. Dampier. Sarah Poythreew, Carolyn Green, Judging tpoin. tl1e nice things think me a good mother. Jack is a 'be a real blow to Jack Of course
12 3: Mrs. Lela V. Bradley, 2; Mrs. Lt. Cook, L. XI. daines. Andy Ad. I've seen alreatly Mary Jo lawyer, moderately successful; he I I it will! He has been taking home,

-- Mary T. Brown, 1; Mrs. Ann R.. 'kln., Jacq Andrews an' Buddy Caldwell's pll\alore !In' Georgia and I like each other and respect wife, hot dinner sons love and,consideration ,
Guy, 1J; Mrs. N. C. Smith 1; Mrs. Bishop among those gyrating to Gilpin's red 1 ) each other, but we have Yew inter- I for granted; Isn't it about
Ola ClaUson,' 1; Mrs. Sue Mulllns. the tunes of that swell Theta Chi caught "tD. per Hear'specially eats 'common.. Jack goes to his I time he waked up? HIS sister isi
my ey, Everett
1: Mrs. A.' A. Mead, J: Mrs. H. E.. orchestra Glimpsed Bertha McKinney ant Hugh club every Thursday night, and quite I married to his partner in the arm;
Ingram le- often
on some the
other night about thing would be him'to
Stokes, 1; Mrs. W. G. Halle, 1;. Pearce an W. T. Clute- (Art Mur. i port to Blan4fiK<< | next: week for a week; he likes to go duck-hunting.once ', live there; he could see the for boys
Anna Baxter, 1'Mrs.; O. W. ray has nuttln' on him) serenely i iwaltzln' their physical Sorry to hear deer-hunting fishing in a very informal whenever he liked; there would be
: BUD Alderman 2; Mrs. J. 10[. Brown. to the "Jersey Bounce" Linda
: little Ro? Sale (daughterof way. I mean with a friend or no unpleasantness, and-but I hard
lee, 2; Mrs. S. S. Brlnaon, 1J; Mrs. This nlte. s'p d tv brlte. pot an' Po) two, :'
ly dare
Guy is in St. Vin- camping, or in some little boat tell you how my heart sings at
f ABBOTT Prance Howard. 2; Mrji." D. E. really got the play this New cent's Hosp wjh| bronchial pneumonia they hire for a week-end. The boys the thought of such a future for mel"!
*: Knight 1; Mrs L. S. Hutto, 2; Years an' when Pat Lambe an' Wtt t popular blonde chatter at the breakfast table. Jack Won't Face
: Mrs. Mae Edwards, 1; Mrs. Wil Dot Gray an* their Lt. escorts arrived receives flow r' dally from 'a reads the paper; they chatter at Poor the: Truth.

liam Norris 1; Mrs. Cara Strick. a trifle late, they couldn'teven certain Lt. a l Blandlng T the dinner table, he reads the paper. out Phyllis, having failed to work
LoutGSTELL' land, 1: Mrs. E. J. Lewis. 1; Mrs. get In the place! Garnlta Hutto thrilled over receiving He Is' amiable, was very good to my rich personal store of\ happiness has from, the
gifts life
Lizzie Tyler. 1; Mrs. Lucy Tyler, two ltirs In one week mother, who lived with us until her !' given her' already
I: Mrs. John W. Hraley. 2; Mr*. Other NlghtlDgalin were Alice an' each from a different foreign death six months ago, ,.and, will always 1- child of three she that Is a* confident as a

W. R. Lou 2: Mrs. F. H. Long, St. John, Mrs. St. John Cella port answer a question interestedly. and being unlimited candy
2; Mrs. H. B. Stokes, 1; Mrs. Dew, Jack Sale, Lois Elmore an' But we seem to have drifted far will be an allowed her to ,stay up late
Aneda Griff la. 1; Mrs. Nina, Bishop '(Wouldn't apart heart desires! She
L. I). Leon Sn the Mknr* of Agnes Scott doesn't realize the tremendous
Green, 1: Mrs. Eudell McCollum. nenaerson nave 'a stroke if he bad a hard tii PAtter Mother' death I went to a that Jack fight
gettln would
*, Mr. E. K. kneW' about togetherdurln' neurologist, because I put up for his sons;
all the was in
Perryman upset
1 Starke.lUs
: Mr gas the
the holiday* .,.' Tim went unpleasantness of I.., She doesn't
P. S. every not
Denmark 1; Mr*. W. H. used to go nIte-clubbln--.oh, to Miami fot ?Cma and while way sleeping well, de-I stop to think of the opinion of her
PATRIC KNOWLES 1.owarc1" ,- .1;. and Mrs. L. W, Koch; oh) Ima Jr. tells me the there hU brotiP, jack, arrivedIn 13 pressed. older He is than a flne man. quiet. friends; the instant sympathy that
N. Y. Eve dance 1t' years I. widowed with
the USO '
poJ4wftuAM GARGAN was the same tU3on| his returnfrom two would turn to Jack, the criticism of
girls of
all to the good, also .,'Attracted .If and 10.. He helped her. She I "
I Louise ALLBRITTONJsromsCswM W. S. C. S. its fair share of So. Amvlca" : Where he's me from the first; life became worth truth won't face the simple
pulchritude in
been work In' the "D:1ontbto every woman knows la
past six : living again, and best of all I
WilUasi huh the grew
I f Divided persons of Kay Nollman, Fay '. Both wer, in Miami at the patient with Jack, little things didn't her heart, that this ecstatic dame
MiryWidst Due ?sdu Yarbrough. Lorene that Is'
( Moncrief 'devouring
Into same time an'iCith.f her has a
New Circles knew the seem to trouble me ,very
-. flam Gemsi IwfwtaStoswIfty. "b : Sadie Prince, Patsy Keen, Marian other was thee, until they met David. to call him that any, had more.sug unstable bas of physical passionand
,--- The Love, Marguerite Deyorio. LU after returnln' gested exercise i flattesed vanity.. Nature ( managing -
__ Woman's Society of Chris potne to> Jax'villet a diet, really worthwhile t.
w- __ _p than Service of t h. Steinberg an Grace Dew among Marjorie jjtump) Thomson reading. the hunger part; that ,Is her
Saps 8W y Dotwrt*. Cnun4 Jowfli" 1 .JaM Gnnt Onauwl; Sto SMnby P. .n. church met Methodist others Marjorie Davis an' I made 'a flyln" ftp Discover New Love. business non. of us would be here
Monday ( home, and I
Di..cUJ by; ERLE afternoon In If It
C. Jewell .
Auoo.t. Powell did wasn't, and David
Pioduc.r bit Is
ALEX a of ,"Two
GOTTLIEB the recreational building pinch DO mean fly1 v .. .', t.efEJ months ago In his office: we supplying
and the
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE held hlttlrv' behind the soda fountain discovered ourlove sugar coating. And oh, how
an Interesting and Paso Texas at f .*.. :M. Mondayand for each other,
profitable durln the rush And for aDd faced the facts. I sweet flattery Is, wherr it cornea |11:
arrived In was
meeting which {rke 8 truly
-ALSO- was presided over $ *t P. M. the low voice of
once there seemed to be enuff amazed, not having realized ,an adoring malel I
by the the same day where
new president Mrs. Whewt '.
Latest W. O. girls to go around, for which ? I was drifting: or Phyllis must be bewltcHed
Issue "MARCH OF TIME"NAVY Halle.Mrs.. our That's travel in' An' speakln' rather being car if, Indeed!
A. Wood khs.kllads were duly. thankful of travelln, g ii "88 I'd better rled by a current too strong for me she thinks Jackie 1 going>to'Sur
gave a render
spiritual to resist. David his sons'to
--- man-fashion the! 'whc
life lesson In which she travel back to l&- ole grind and would
graphically Hear have thrown all broke up his home
& NATION Starfcrlu an' Blanding. see what the discretion to the ; woman stIes
described the faith of Moses lies got quite excited at the Park clw roota cut-up winds in the terrific weeks that fol woman fondly; Imagine this but ii:
when he led the Israelites are Join' these <,_)os _. So *
out of Theatre's abort sub.. "This Is I all' ; long, lowed. when'I was In such a state the end the boys go to to*'oartnet
Egyptian bondage especially the America" tother night upon dls- thanks for l|>, tenln. r of emotional excitement that I hard who I la in general public opinion the

I Snooper.. ly knew what! was going on. !But I Injured one.


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_ BITS of LOCAL NEWS Time Out for Quick Game on Guadalcanal, fUl1ificS French I SAMPSON Hy Louise Varne CITY !

tt' -. :;: Kirby Smith of Jacksonville '.
Busby spent the week- Tax Colector C. A Knight was Bonnie \' I I II
l1arles B. Berryman, who reenlisted I [wan visiting Mr, and Mrs. W. H, '1 1I
with his parents in Madison. in his office for awhile Wednes- in the Navy on Pearl '
','(: Smith and family Saturday. ;i'i'1MI'
day for the first time after a Harbor day, arrived In Starke I !
Mrs. short sl of I and Mrs. Jim Varnes, Mrs. .
llrs. Hogan Smith and : W ge flu. Sun-lay for a five-day leave with I t
visitors In I James Childu and children of ;! ::
T lilddleton were his family. He Is stationed at e"
xf 'Avon Park and Mra.! Ray Goodge
bksonvllle\ Wednesday. Miss Frances Opperman and "jeceivlng ship," Norfolk Va. psi N t rof,I Starke were visiting Mr and ii iiMrs (j

Miss Delia Rosenberg attended the I Millard Varn",,,, Mrs Curtis :I
Mrs. Win. D. Hazen of Moultrle, Shrew bury-Lan1er m a 1'1' lags\ in Mrs. W B. Sewell Mr. and
Vaines and Mis. E. D. Jones last
1 has been the guest of her Jacksonville Friday night Mrs. J, p. Cottrell, Mrs. E. P. W I';
Lents. Mr. and Mrs. W I* Sll- McCoUum and Miss Gayle Sewell tt Wednesday. '

George Brown of Hollywoodwas were In Thomaaville Ga., Sun- f Tt v t., I Mrs Buford McKinney and Mliw 'i
S'> t '
the week-end guest of Jack day attending the funeral of their v' ra* Ratelle McCollough spent Satur- :r

B\fr. and Mrs. L. W. Kemper Halle, at the home of his parents, relative, Mr. Evelyn Cochran. : Jt4t' day night and Sunday with relatives ..d

I Jacksonville spent the week- Mr. and Mrs W. G. Haile. In Lake City

1 here with Mrs Bartba Pearce.: Mrs. Raymond A Hancock and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCuIlough i j:
Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakeland daughter. Dolores Ann, have returned i I a1 r KN and: daughters spent Sunday with ,(

|Mrs. Nina Lipford of Green spent a'few days this week with home after spending a few relatives In Lake Butler. "

ve Springs was a guest his her mother. Mrs W. H. Perkins, days with her sisters Mrs. FredD. Mrs. Clinton Daugherty and 1;p;j

of her niece, Mrs. If., A, and her sister, Mrs. E. B, Searing.!=!, Sellers of Delray Beach and .3.k. children Theressa are upending ,

hop i Mrs' W. D. McDougald of Deer-' n few days here with, Mr. and t 1\'
Inman Green has returned to field Beach. r q qL Gen. Henri Giraud, successor of Mri. Jack Wynn. CR1'STi\L CLEAR cleaning the Marine'Training' School at, the slain Adm. Jean Darlan as high i
l and true tailoring, ,at the New River N. C., after spending' Mrs. Charles Darby and little I $ commissioner of North Africa. Is
After spending the Christina
I shown above. of State
itrke-Blundlng Tailors ,opposite a 12-day furlough at his home daughter, Virginia Jean are ex- Secretary
{ t.Three Cordell Hull hailed the naming of holidays with her mother Mrs. ;I
here. to return home Si
irk Thenlre.Friends > Sunday General Glrand to the new post and Bertha Pearce Mis Edna Pearce '
after spending the week In Kiss- said thin would .o far towards insuring left Monday afternoon for Nashville
of Mrs. Frances Parker H. N. Fairbanks has returned immie with Mrs. Darby's brother- Inveterate marine card player nettle down for a abort tarn ; the common victory, with
11 regret to know that she inEnflned from Miami where be spent several in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.J. under the eyes of two Mbltaern. Just outside of their hut on Guadalcanal the restoration of French Ilbert7eVt'r.where. Tenn. where ,she will resume ,
In the Solomons. Jap attempts to dislodge the Americans from thisstrategic her special. course in pub- ?
to her home with, In- days last week, attending the R. Wainwright. Island have been
progressively unsuccessful. The marines! lie health nursing at Vanderbilt :
LienzaJ.Mrs. Orange Bowl football game while' and the army are there to star."Mccft University,
\ there. I Corporal and Mrs. Ray E. I Major and Mrs. E. R. Smyth

J. D. Cottrell spent sev-. Pierce recently: returned from a arrived In Starke Sunday afternoon I '.
Eno'g; Hayes! 'J>., has resumedhis 10-day furlough visit t o their { for a few days visit: with Not everybody with a dollar
lle. studies at the Jones Business home in Louisville, Ky. Mra. : file People: :.,' ,:, : to spare can shoot a ann
Mrs. Smyth's mother, Mrs Bertha" stralfht' -but everybody can ,:
IMS Cochran. College in Jack s Q n v 111 e' after Pierce Is secretary to W. T. t
Pearce at Col- shoot straight to the bank and
spending the holidays here with Clute. realtor. In her absence, They are living ""
Woodrow Riser, athletic coach his parents. Miss Edna Pearce acted In her Each WMk In Ihli unite.. will b. presented. a plotur* umbia, S. C., where Major Smyth buy War Bonds. Boy your j
and word portrMll of onion whu.e name is n.wL/
10" every pay day. ,
S. place is stationed at Foil Jackson. ,
B H. returned Saturday
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Eddie Rlckenbacker France .,
.When went to '
OlD a holiday visit with his: Mrs. William Thomson, Jr., arrived r 00----- T' TV' _
In chauffeur for General Per-
1917 staff
|other in, Sanford. Monday from El Paso V, E. Howard returned lost Fri as a
'S 'y illing, he was already famous a* a raclnldrh'er
Texaa for a visit of indefinite day from Valdosta, Ga.; wherehe e'4; who lived up to his slogan "Get out in Prompt Service Careful Drivers ,
Mrs. O. I* Beasley will re- length with her parents Mr,and had been for the past four front and drive like hell." There's a legend ;

urn from Tampa' today after a'' Mrs. F. F. Stump. weeks In a hospital with pneumonia ''i cy that General Pershing finally had him transferred ..(;

art visit with her parent Mr. Although he is able to to the air corps in self defense. I:

Ind Mrs. A. C. Durden. Mrs. Beasy Miss Nettle fowling and Cor- be up, his physicians demand that ; .What actually happened was somewhat lets Starke Taxi Service J

will be accompanied home by poral Wilson Lee of Camp Blan- he not do( any work under two ;' dramatic. Rlckenbacker. who had been work- t '.

ler slater, Mrs. Jeanette Kin- ding spent Tuesday in Jackson or three weeks. 5,' ing In factories and machine shops since he d

41d. visiting, Ming Dowling's aunt wu 12. went to the flight school at Tours to Phone 150
Mrs, James Godbold. hire R. A. Thomas and the Rev. +, work In the shops, on condition that; he be t :;

I and Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot will given a chance to learn to fly. At the end of U"' f''
Sam Simpson returned to his 'spend Tuesday in Jacksonville attending Fa two months he had downed his first German S I t' ;
Night '
home here Friday and Is recuper- the State W, M.. U. Con- plane and had begun the magnificent work Day l

ating from an operation for the vention. Chris'Napoli, the popu that( made him our greatest flyer in World \ r

removal of his appendix in a 1 a r Stetson University tenor, War U ..,... -_. -SaS- --. r

Jacksonville hospital. who has many friends here, will sHe enjoys being a hero, but he take. the job {; ,, ;
be guest soloist at the conven- seriously. No mere daredevil he has a lot of

Junlus Smith has been going tion that day. real courage. The famous smile that won
back and forth to ppecialists in him the title of "glamour boy" In the first FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY HIDE jl

Jacksonville, for, the past two Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Andersonand World war was still In evidence after his part :
weeks being treated and operatedon Mrs. W. J. Johnston had as Rlckenbacker Eddie In this one had nearly cost him his life. FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES',

for sinus trouble. their guests during the Christmas
holidays Mrs. Anderson's mother FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION ,;:

la\w.r Mrs. W. H. Seward left Mon- and sister Mis. Dora Burton and LAWTEYBy addie la Pvt. Andrew Starling PLEASE PHONE 147 "

day fOt'1 her home in Arcadia :Miss! Bettye Burton, of Rome F. K. CarrudlneLAWTKY 34201030-Co B-131t Engineers.
Ga. Sunday and Mon- APO 502 coo| Postmaster San 'ot
after spending two weeks with her They spent
with Mrs. Burton's sister, BAPTIST "HURCII, Francisco, Calif.' Bug still has
son-in-law and' daughter Mr. and day
Sunday January lOtlil control of that little finger. (
Mrs. M. C; Mayhugh. :Mrs. L. E. Mills, In Archer.
10 A. M. Sunday School. '<
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto have M:. and Mrs. K. O. Duncan hadas 11 A. M. Morning Worship Ser- Office supplies of all kind forsake .
1 mon on Caleb. Missionary Day- Temple Ave. .Starke, Florida !
had as recent guerts Mrs. Tillman dinner guests Wednesday night at The Bradford County ', .
Hutto, Mrs. Lecy. Denmark, Mrs. of last week Lt. (jg) Ross Adams special offering for the Landlses Telegraph. f':
and Mrs. Adams and' Mike Dew. of Chile, South America. Come 1
EXPERT SHOE M. C. Wells Miss Dothan Dell

,REPAIRINGNothing I and.,Mrs. ..J.. !<..',Jackson ,all ..ofJacksonville. Lt; Adams,' .is, stationed at ,Miami prepared" .to give a I love gift to
for of the
and Mre, Adams It staying'withher the Laid lthe/nptead
But.'Top Quality mother Mrs. Rosa Duncan in soul-saving Gospel to the lost of

Leather Used James Edward Cottrell who Lake Butler. Mike Dew Is In Chile
spent the holidays here with his the Navy and was here for a ten 8 P. M. Popular Evangelistic

TheElectric parents Mr. and Mrs. J. 1>. Cot- day furlough. Service Con tinuing series in
Gospel of Mark. Special Missionary -
Shoe Shop trell, ha returned to resume his
Junior Mrs. E. F. Cain who has been offering.
studies at Young Harris g1"V
Across From Park Theatre I Y'La
UVdnemluy. Jan. 181''
College in Georgia. a clerk in the local Post Office
for the past two years resigned Prayer Meeting and Bible Study.
her position'T u e S day ai.d left We are now takingup a coursein

Thursday for Chester Pa., where Bible Doctrine. Bring your
VAUGHAN'S CASTLE LUNCH she will Join her husband who la Bibles, pencil. and note-paper. A

doing defense work. Her brother, good time Is promised for all.

Richard Jackson, will accompanyher "Come, and see."

Good Eats and will likely remain if he Coming:

can secure! congenial employment.The Starting Thursday. Jan. 21, for '
three nights, and Sunday morning, FQ' yiCTORYBUY

AtReasonable .' Rev.: G. C. Powell of the Dr. William L. Pettlnglll. one ofAmerlca's .
.. Starke Methodist Church will be outstanding Bible ex-
Prices one of (the 43 Florida pastor par positors, will be with UK Rich
ticipating In a'ministers' ork- blessing can be expected, and

shop" during the annual Minis- we urge all to plan now to be in

201 Temple Avenue ters' Week to be held at Southern attendance for all !four services. \\t.\
College in Lakeland starting Monday This is indeed a rare treat for a '" ,. "' iL( .
Jan 11. The "Workshop"will small town to have a man of such "' ;[ {
... consist of small conference renown among us With Dr. UNITED
groups in which the problems 'of Lockyer last Sunday, and Dr. .(q. 9 .1

NAT SEZ;: : the modern minister wiU be dis Pettingill In two weeks, January q STATES
cussed.U. .- 1943 will be long remembered as u Y'yYn J n' f ff
Mont every American lit pntiiotlc being a month of special blemlng. v

but moMt of us have been D. C. Members Take advantage of these splendid F4YAR '
getting along jut good that we opportunities being offered
--x hove grown eaa'<<,Ibt... The Government Meet In LawteyAt
haw allied the ladle for Home of Mrs. MinerThe Mrs. Clifton Smith and email BONDSAND
daughter of Waterboro, S. C., arrived qi 111r
their old ilk and nylon horn I
hundred W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. Wednesday for a short visit
trying to get up a
tun '
with relatives. Mrs. Smith was 'i'ik
D C., met Wednesday afternoonat
pound but, at the rate I'm going
Effie Miner formerly Miss Pauline Bennett.
the home of Mrs.
the will be over before I can
war In Lawtey, and co-hostesses with Mrs. J. H. Moore and Mr.: WillH. '
do It. Hurry up Mrs. Miner were Mrs. Hal Edwards Edwards spent Friday in Jack-
In they're no good, to you now 1 t
Roberts. uonvllle shopping ,
later. and Mrs. George '_
but they'll help you The meeting was conducted by Fatso is hero on furlough, and

the president Mrs. O. L. Beas sober, too.. 'Fatso' Bill Hariell of \

ley, who presided In a moat gracious :Fort Benning's cuisine Is spendinga \},
NEW SPRING manner It was voted to ten-day furlough here with his ,;.;/

give $10''' to equip kit bags for parents.! Mr and Mrs. J, L. Har-

SKIRTS SUITS soldiers, the money to go, to the rell. When he 'joined' the army /f
local Red Cross. The name ,of he had a double chin. Now It's

Solid Color and Plaids Very Nice Selection M,... P. D. Fancher of the State triple. .'

Farm was proposed a. a memberof 'Let 'er go' Leon .Starling of for the in life all the
speak pleasant, happy things things we
4.95 ,$5.95 $8.95 the chapter and her name was the U. S. Coast Guard I la here 1 '

acted on favorably. The usual for a three-day, leave. Leon Is necessarily now have less of. You know. tires, radios, gas, fuel, ; R
defense dimes collection was visiting,, the home of his par

NEW LINE BIG LINE taken. ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Starling. food, fun, leisure and all the like. In its own way, your bottle of Ice-

Mre. L. A. Davis, chapter his- Miss Betty Brightwell of Jacksonville -
LADIES COATS torian, used as her subject "Rob Tom B r un. o n. Fort cold Coca-Cola is almost, a casual symbol of such pleasant things. ,
P Myers and Pvt. B. Baker of Camp .
ert E. Lee as his birthday an- 1
FORMAL FROCKS niversary is the 19th of this Blanding were week-end guests of wartime restrictions. We'll have the r
Fall & Spring Styles month. Mr. ,and Mn Louis H. Hill. Everybody eagerly accepts good f

During a delightful social period Mrs. Gun Leeientveld returned But It's work harder and fight too. We've <
$10.95 to 12.95 $11.95 to $22.50 things, again, someday. now :
the hostesses serveu sandwiches to her home in po ton Monday

and coffee.; after spending the holidays with got a tough war to win. And no matter what anybody !is doing. to, help l If
Besides; the hostesses.. Mrs. her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. .
MENS'WORK PETERS Miner, Mrs.' Edward and Mrs. Covlngton, (this doesn't go for fighting men) nobody is doing,his full share'if he's 1
Mrs Mrs. George Day land non left
CLOTHES SHOES Robertsthere were present" > not buying"S. War Bonds and War Stamps regularly. Are buying
WORK L. A. Davis Mra W. O. Halls Tuesday for heir, home in Oco- ,you, ttt-

Khaki Mills Madge MJdclletoo, Mrs. EthelM. nomowoc, Wis, following a stay them? Are buying share in Victory and in the good American
Pants $ .98 you your
-,--'r Still The Best Bigg, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.-My'. at several weeks',with the parents ,
Khaki Shirts ,__?. $1.49 E. K. Perryman and Mra. O. L. .. of Mr. Day Mr., and Mrs. J. A. of
To Match $2.98 $3.45Sternberg's Beaoley Howe. way ,

Lee Overalls _< __ $2.25 Adrian Covington entered the life"W
.. It's common genee, be service of the Seabees Mondayand

thrifty. If you save you are left for Jacksonville for en-

thrifty. War Bonds help yes 1I tment. .onUD.I AUTHORITY Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IT 't ...
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clashing in the sky .'.more than a War of production. in the war effort needs plenty of backing and the support

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community in the United States wants to destroy u'" So, check yourself and make that
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Edltoc tore**' Mavoatae
Washington D. C (NWNS-A lot I"
--- of new congressmen are now In the i- ,.'.
MOVIES FOR CHILDREN city and are full of plans for carryIng .
iY out what they consider to be )

The Young Reviewers of the Na. read the novel from which the film the will of ,the people who elected ;
: tional Board of Review of Motion was made. The distorted, ugly motives them. t ,;
Pictures. and the nation-wide 4-Star of some of the characters This would all be very well except (,
clubs, which arc the board's Junior were changed in the film to more they will take their seats In
field groups, have made their annual usual and understandable! huraa.i the new session of congress with i iI
; selection of the ten best pictures problems. Young people without diametrically opposed views on 5A iL'
i I of the year ending December experience of life couldn't possibly what the people want. Some Republican a I

; I I, 1942. These boys and girls' rang have got the sordid Implications. representatives are convinced .
.. ing In age from 8 to 18. make their Instead, what stands out Is the loyal that they were elected because
selections In advance of any pub friendship of three young people for the people are dissatisfied
..- 't lished lists made by older groups each other-the two boys who grew with the way the war program is I,

or' crlticlI so that there can be no up under such different circumstances twine handled. Others feel that they
) f-- question of their being influencedby but were like brothers and were elected because the peoplo :
older people's opinions. The votIng the tomboy girl' from the wrong are tired of wastefulness and Inefficiency -
resulted in the following list of side of the tracks who married one In the handling/ of do- '
"Ten Best" named in order of preference of them and wouldn't let either mestic alTairs. Still others are con- I
: "Mrs. Miniver" "Prideof poverty or accident kill the spirit vinced that their supporters want i," -r. vw
the Yankees." "Wake Island." of the man she loved. There we the mollycoddling of labor to stop, i
"Kings Row." "The Pled Piper" have the very essence of what young or want farm subsidies to stop or iII

-\j "Yankee Doodle Dandy" "Reapthe people, especially in these uncertain want price control to stop
On the other side, there are still
Wild Wind. "This Above AU. days, yearn for-security In
"The Major and the Minor," "Talkof mutual devotion. 'Life' has taught many New Deal Senators and representatives ,
the Town" I them much earlier than we learnedthe who were reelectedand
In selecting "Mrs. Miniver" as same lesson that everything are sure that their re-election ,
their choice for the best picture of changes. But "Kings Row" with ""js a vote of confidence by their i

the year, the juniors seem to have all Its melodramatic, tells of something rupporters in the way things are
run along with the popular trend which lasted-lasted not because .."'ing handled at present I
and chosen a picture which their circumstances left these This means there are going to be f

parents would have approved for young people to do as they pleased flinty of fights In congress evenif m- \
them. However the appearance on but lasted In spite of tragjc obstacles all congressmen should forget
their list of such a title as "Kings put in the way of their ambitions IIdticl1 ambitions and only attempt Little Lunches Flatter Wartime Menus. I i

Row"-a rather weighty, subjective and their friendship. And the toJ cHrry out the wishes of their (lee Recipes Below) r,*, ,;':
study of small town life-opens upa picture also shows why they stood con.t.t: icnts. '
Held for speculation. In the opinion fast as* friends over the years. It Cut) i In spite of all the battles we Victory Lunches This Week's Menu
of the executives of the National was because these three friends can anticipate In congress, it seems
Board of Review the Interest of grew in character their friendship fairly certain that the new congress Mid-day meals with that go-and- -

young people may be due to the fact growing along with them, for no as did the 1912 session, will get-it spirit are those that are prop.iIi.W Hot Tomato Juice '
that It touches on some of their own human relationship stands still. give full support and the right of erly' balanced I Little LuncheonsCranberryOrange
adolescent problems.The When It stops growing it gradually way to all measures which bear i\'! ; .j' ; and have plenty Salad :
directly on furnishing war equip ,\\ \\1
motion picture editor of the ceases to have meaning though \\j, of eye-appeal. Celery Radishes

''ile/y... hai ttarttd a mean lath trick of ashing her father ill am prettier Parents' Magazine who appraisesfilms habit may carry it along for some ment world In to the our quickest forces possible all over time.the ,j'Iii i !! ,Idl\ The days; are Date-Pecan Pie 14
than Mommie I as to their suitability for chil- time. 'Although from the adult pointof
was, am younger, did Mommif know he Recipes Given
mat going to : when
One of
marry the first things the LjxJ.-7'11 you
"unri.Y".1' dren of different azes. goes a little view "Kings Row" is still not new I gone
more analytically into the reasons Ideal fare for boys and girls, their congress will face will be the gigantic can make a quick
By KATHLEEN NORRIS for the Young Reviewers' choice. I choice of it proves that our young problem of coping with the c9' dash to the corner 2 tablespoons flour 1' ,

old of the PATIENCE WINS "In the first place" she writes, "I people want more than frivolity in manpower situation. The powers grocery and I cup milk -
stepmother The wicked stepmother, doubt, If any of the youngsters had their which are to be given to the_ War .-r bring home lamb "54 teaspoon salt '
THE I tales has Manpower commission win be
I passed cn-: lay Kathleen Norris ha in. worked out by congress and ,will chops to broil quickly.. Cone, too, M teaspoon pepper

out of the picture, many CUSPS been replaced in probably result in the passage of a are days when you had loads of left U cup grated cheese f. i

and it is today's stepchild whois tales of domestic Discord by national war service act giving the overs from yesterday's roast. Melt butter and stir in flour. Gradually '

becoming the real problemand an equally 't' ck(' 1 stepchild. HO9SE government the right to assign any But homemakers ;you need not add milk stirring constantly.
man between the ages of 18 and C3: be foiled, rather let your Ingenuity f
Such child Boll sauce until It thickens. Cook 3 \
the real it the
tyrant.No which he Is needed j
to any job to fill. devise new ways of getting nutrition minutes. Add seasonings. Add '
longer does a red-faced, Alice whose frantic stepmother A blue print for such an act has requirements Into your menus. low '
cheese and stir heat unil
harsh-voiced harridan of a writes for advice. Mrs. Norris already been drafted by Grenvlllo Use protein foods like peas, beans cheese Is melted.over I t} if. I
HOME Clark, who was responsible for ..
advises her to be patient, Bl foods like cereals
and vitamin
second mother-jerk and slap eggs,
drafting of the selective service act Baked Corn and Sausage.
and whip her predecessor'schildren hard as that may be, for in But it la recognized that this new as extenders to make up for ,
this time do meat Your New Year victory menu (Serve 6 to II>
case may more program offers innumerable complications ,'
forcing them to do than words to teach Alice that which didn't arise with parade starts oft with a meat loaf % pound link or bulk sausage ,

all the drudgery of the house loving is an important part of !?: ::: the selective service act. In the "stretched" with oatmeal. \ tt I cup chopped onion ,

hold shutting them in closets, being loved. Be sure to read Anther of SI.e.v first place with, our selective government service had experience of Savory. Meat Loaf. H cup chopped green pepper '
Z flour
dressing them in her own chil- this touching letter from a men for the armed forces in the (Serves 8) 1 tablespoons teaspoon salt ,,,

dren's cast-off clothes. The woman who uants so much to last war and was able to use the I pound ground beef U teaspoon pepper t' .'
Everyone is thinking about food 1916 measure as a guide for H ground pork
be a practical pound
unwonted flood of stepmoth happy. SU whole kernel corn astd .
these days and with grocery lists draft measure for this war. % cup oatmeal cups :: .i
ers that our present era of divorceshas becoming more and more restrict Never before, however, has our< 1 beaten juice ;

created is more inclined to In her bath for hours, beg nickels ed we're wondering how we're going country attempted to give the government ){egg onion, grated SJi" cups canned tomatoes and ; ,.

make friends of the children, study and dimes for cones or chocolate to serve our families the "good power to tell every man milk Juice 'Ii''
child things to eat" we've taught themto where he should work and for how % cup : I oven-popped rice
psychology send them to expensive bars; altogether she acts like a little 2 LsbIe.noofla ihann d Darslev cup .
expect.But : .
schools.and for much._" But_ If the measure draftedby ------- \
arrange supervised 'demon. If bulk sausage Is used, form Into tI I
remember that good food 3 tablespoons catsup .
Mr. Clark is 01
an indication
Saturday amusementBut "Lately she has started a mean shape of link sausages. Brown sau-' '
does ai
not necessarily rich sail !
mean or what the final measure will be, we IK teaspoons
today's children don't cooperate .- little trick of asking her father if I : particularly expensive concoctions. sago In heavy frying pan. Remove '
can expect every able-bodied man Combine Ingredients In order giv c
which isn't surprising when am prettier than Mommle was, amI Good cooking is the first essential and woman to be subject to the call until well blended. sausage and brown onions and pepper ;
one considers that many of them ;younger, did Mommie know he of good food and the skill of the of Industry at a wage In keeping en. Mix lightly in fat remaining in pan. Add \
come from homes where there was was going to. marry Auntie Vera cook plays an important part in with that already paid for the particular Place in a greased loaf pan patting flour and seasonings and blend. Add j'Iii:
smooth. Bake in o moderate
quarreling and coldness, that their These things about 1 hour.
Next in (373 degrees)
tortured little loyalties have been but he Is very simple and trustingand importance consideration to good cooking The argument for such a measure oven juice has partially evaporated I J \
comes for W-pound
family Makes approximately
torn this way and that, that they he answers her gravely! and tastes. Today it'* increasingly difficult will be that when the government (about Vi hour). Pour into casserole !'

nave heard Mommy's side of it and kindly and you can Imagine how I to pamper adults whose food has the right to call men to meat loaf. ; arrange browned sausage on I

Daddy's side of it until they; don't feel while this is going on. tastes are definitely formed. movleal"7 give their life or blood to their Little Luncheons. top like the spokes of a wheeL Sprln-'

know to whom. if Indeed to anybody,. "Now I know you think." the letter One of the surest and easiest is country no reason; in the why armed it shouldn't forces there call (Serve 6)) kle oven-popped rice on top. Cook ( ::1 j;'

they owe obedience, and respect. ends, 'that I am one more flirtatious means of economy in meal' plan- others, unfitted for the army to do S CUDS sifted enriched floor In moderate oven ((400 degrees 'f" '
ning lies In the regular use of seasonable 3 teaspoons baking powder about 13 minutes until ovenpoppedrice .I
Stepdaughter Is Probleia. secretary falling in love with foods. Although the equally necessary jobs at home... "
mar There' 1st little chance that the labor 1 teaspoon salt is golden brown.
the bos and breaking a home,
up kets still
i offer a' wide of i
Here 11a letter from Vera Adams variety '
but I assure you that it is not so. It produce throughout the the problem during the coming 5 to 4 tablespoons shortening As golden as sunshine and as welcome 1 I

on the"subject. was a shock to both Aleck and me cost varies at different;year seasons.Long year can be solved entirely by voluntary ,i to % cup milk is this luncheon souffle. Rich r,.
"I am 28. writes Vera "I have to realize how far our feeling had distance shipping Involving methods, but there are questions *4 cup ground ham in vitamin A carrots and cheese,
been married one ;year. When I met gone and we were miserably unhappy the necessity of refrigeration or applied .- which arise which so far remain 6 poached eggs) this dish will boost your resistanceto

my husband I was employed as a about It. His .wife's, rights heat. naturally' costs money unanswered. Several congressmen Creamy Cheese Sauce I colds and infection this winter ,.
stenographer In his office; and he and Increases the price of food already have pointed out '
were our first consideration and that this proposed measure cannotbe Sift flour, baking powder and Rice-Carrol Souffle.Servea ,
was boss. He had wife five shipped under these conditions. \
a years Cut or rub In shortening.Add ti t;1'
while we knew, and her doctor said, Very often In one direction compared with selective service together. ( I>
older economy
than himself, whose health
have lived since the latter act Is requiring men milk to form r
was that she could not many means increased cost In an. IK cup of cold cooked rice
not also daughter
very good, a herdeath .to work for.Uncle Samwherea a a soft dough. ,
Alice more years anyway; other. The cook who would save I 2 beaten eggs '
now ten old. One dark draft-labor would "
;years measure requiremen
and Turn out on light
caused-him real grief. money serve Interesting meals Z cup of milk "
rainy afternoon when I was delayedat usually must spend time. and women to work for prIvate ly floured board
the letter
"If you can tell me. 1 teaspoon ef sugar '
the office, he happened to come Extra baking: and cooking done employees who are engagedin and knead % min
ends "how to handle my spitefuland 1 of grated cheeseM I
in making a profit. cup j
and We
discovered our love for one day makes possible to do ute. Roll dough
each other. Immediately I resigned unfortunate little stepdaughter, less the following day. This is an Those who offer this argumentfeel out Into long teaspoon of salt I I
my job found work in a distant city I will be the happiest woman in the economy of both time and fuel. For that the rate of pay should be rectangle 8 inches) 1 cup ef cooked and rlced carrels !

and even refused to correspond with world! 'example It takes comparatively no determined by the government and and Inch Make a thin custard of eggs, milk
him. The kissed And she adds a postscript to the more heat to cook enough potatoes that the government probably and salt. Add the cheese and when
first time be me effect that I may answer openly; for mashing for the Immediate meal should act as pay-master. Some thick..Cut In half melted,, add the rice which has been \
was when he took me to the train. because she can make sure that Al- and creaming for the next day' thanIt think the government should virtually lengthwise and boiled in salted water drained and'' J''
That winter he came twice to see this column. does to cook only for the mo- be given control over the plants spread each half with ham and roll ,
will not
me, our what It eck nt'. need. It's decided for which be shaken dry. Pour into a buttered
relationship always m> a saving men must providedand jelly-roll; fashion, sealing edges well ,
should be. I asked him to tell his Move With the Current. to make enough salad dressingto operate them similarly to an Cut rolls into 8-inch pieces. Form baking dish, cover with the rlced tJ'

wife: he was unwilling to do this My answer is that if she is a last for several meal A roast army camp. each piece Into rings on baklrfg carrots, a: fine sprinkling of sugar ,

for fear of hurting her.' But when I smart woman she will cease to pullaaln.t large enough to serve hot one day. But It Is more likely that plants sheet Pinch ends together. With and grated cheese Bake over a

bad gone and we were not even the current but move withit. slice cold the next and finally make will remain under private control scissors, cut through rings almost to pan of water about threequartersof ;
into bash effects of
this life when we have a saving money, with the government keeping a hour in a slow oven.
writing each telling Often In an
other he did do so, time and fueL center In slices about I inch thick. j
I been struggling madly to Intluence close watch over the relations) with .Date-Pecan Fie. '
her that because of his affection One-dish main courses mean a forced Turn each slice slightly on Its side. b
men to accept work In these
for her and Alice be was not asking or change someone's nature, it is a decided saving in fuel and dish plants. There probably will be for Bake in hot oven 430 degrees) 10 (Make tInch pie)

her' to make any change. She apparently salutory thing suddenly just to give washing.. The old-fashioned "boiled example, a regulation .tnat these to 12 minutes. Place a poached egg Pastry for 1 9-inch pie ;'

.accepted this situation and up. to take 'tthings 'as they are. dinner" casserole of meat and men are not required to join unions in the center of each ring and serve 1 cup unbroken pecan met la i
r things went on for some weeks after Vera ought to let Alice do everything vegetables and meat and vegetable but will work under the same with Creamy Cheese Sauce. > tablespoon batter

which in a fit of despondency, for she wants to do, sit up late, onepie'main pies are examples dishes of that nourishing require pay-hour plan as the union .mem. Creamy Cheese Sauce. 1 cup sugar :

she had been in poor health for sometime ruin her best clothes skip spinach little watching during cooking save Girl's Suit bers. S tablespoons butter er margarine /4 ,cup dales, cut ,
I she either deliberately or In and eat candy, generally wreck: her fuel and leave a minimum of serving There Is no doubt that, before any 1 cup dark cern syrup '
affairs. Let Vera' part be Pattern No. 8264-Clothes rationing plan for drafting of labor is approved
carelessness took an overdose of small dishes and cooking utensils to I egg, beaten ,
sleeping her amusement, silence and sympathy.If be cleaned after the meal. ? We don't have to think of It congress will make a strong/ I "
medicine and died In up 1 vanilla
yet-officially. But in family Lynn Says teaspoon
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; many a effort to side-track that part of I I3.tesspoonsalt
sleep. Aleck likes it. let Vera like it too: Make the most of cereals especially -
where clothes are very care- the Wagner act which provides for !!
the whole Corn
"Seven months later Aleck and Ire It Isn't ber business snywsy.; When meal comes Into grain Its own variety.during the fully planned because of budget restrictions time and a half for all work over Cans aDd Jar: You will have LIne pie plat with pastry. Arrange

i married and I stepped from the has a child of her own. Vera winter months and you can add a this two plecer for the 40 hours a week. It is claimed noticed that your grocery shelves pecan meats over the pastry.
the lonely life I bad 'been living will be removed from the family daughter of the house will be considered that some Industries cannot pay
corn meal dish to any meal of the present a different picture than Cream butter and
into the spotlight, and It will be Aleck who an essential. It.s grand that rate for regular extra employment
greatest happiness a woman day. Mush and milk fried mush In, the past. Instead of all food sugsrtogetherthoroughly
for wool
can know. I have a beautiful home shuts 'down upon her In sudden corn bread corn muffins, corn plaids, corduroy or longwearing without losing money on their being put up In cans, some food then I
I gabardine.Pattern .
two good servants, and a most' generous awakening. Vera will accomplish sticks spoon bread and corn meal No. 8266 I I. In sizes 8, 8, government maximum contracts production and this prevents in has been preserved In glass. addiemainingingredients '

and loving husband. The real I nothing by fretting and admonishing that pan our cakes grandmothers are nourishing served dishes of :10, 12 and 14 years., Size 8 yeara many. plants. But labor forces will .In those foods placed In cans, beatIng j I'
Aleck criticizingthe
trouble is Alice. She has never been complaining to ten. jacket with long sleeves takes 1 continue to use every means possible the government has decreed well. Pour t

trained or disciplined in any way.; ; child. yards 33 or 39-Inch material, skirt to prevent alterations in this three different llzed' cans. : ::.. into unbaked pastry .
She Is rude. disobedient and sly.! and' Can Win Child In Time. IVi yards. Jacket with short measure.for which they fought so A number two sized can one shell over the ,
she does all she can to make trouble In thus relaxing Vera will find a sleeves, and skirt. 2 yards 39-incn: bard. and bake In hot '
IN: rlnrl'IT COURT 8ft 'IJII'OftO fabric 1H yards 54-Inch. of the standard sizes yields 2 pecans a oven ((450 .
between her father and myself. But sort of satisfaction, not very lofty CO I'"VTY. FLOHIIJAI HI (;liAiERy. -- ; I cups and will serve four to five degrees) 10 minutes, then reduce to I j

Aleck adore her, she can do nothing from a spiritual polnt-of-vlew perhaps (: people. The number 2Vi sized t moderate (#0 degrees) and bake

wrong, and especially since her but the best she can do under Y.Eugene.. Knperanaa.Colley Morrliion Dies Cebllan Plaintiff Y,, NanAddreea.. .. Ht. M'IIYIt'LlOTorthbo..4 can averages 3 cups and feeds I 30 to 39 minutes or until knife Inserted

mother' tragedy she has had entirely the circumstances. To leave AHce inur 1 Mwitrliion. Defendant. Case, No. otkb.sn4 six people. in center comes out clean
4:11: A. M 4:83 Ai M.
her own way. With her mother entirely to her father's guidance, to 5270.ORDER 10:20 A. M. 10:11: A. M. Largest food can Is number 10, CooL May be served with whipped il
lived an unmarried cousin, and If laugh at the child' ridiculous Independence OF ptrnLifATiov: 12:It P. M. 12:43 .., M used br Institutions and cream.
AND NOTICE TO API'BAIt 1:111: P. )M. Not to O'Title usually j1"
Alice is crossed in any way; she to make no comment upon STATE! OP FLORIDA to Knpern 2:15: P. M, I-4S: P. M. restaurants. This large size la Lynn Chamber Kill how .. !
begin to cry 'Cousin Phyllis lets Alice's actions i I. the only safe ,. ntaa Oballo 1, Ilaur l..rrt- Name of 3as: P. M. S'25 P. M. not usually practical for a family can you ,
paper Von tabLe lor family dinner I
Hotel 5:511 P. M (Ovlll up you
.on. Texquena. TC.XCO. Jde.leG. *- : only
me have Itor! do it. or whatever course for Vera. And at same .::41 P. M 5:13: P. M. of less than eight since It ItriuvUiti, five you menu* for four

It Is. time It would be only common decency Tou are required to appear on faltcro>> No__ Size_ 12:05: A. M. flvIlI.M.,: } yields 12 cups and would last for maU In accordance wish, nutritional .
An Obstinate Child. to casually advise the small Fenruary I"t. 194}, In the above BaattMtemil "I tj I'. jr. at least two meals tloiul rd Just write. to her, explaining .

"She wants to wear her patent girl as to the amount of candy con- named Plaintiff Court aeeka and divorce.oauae.' Bradford wherein rod IS centS In coin if->. ':51 A. M. Not to Ocala A few additional sized can I jour probltm ., Wtttorn tv(.w..r "

leather slippers to school wear her umed. the proper dress for a picnic "ountjr Telearaph Shall publish thl each pattern....Ir.d' to- TS: A. ]U.1 -Wr IO.ll A o.ml M are allowed In the ease of canned I'nlon, HO Smith ")..plai".* Sa....
best the comfortable way to handle Order In next four weekly luxnca. I I IWltnrne I:6S P. M. : M/ Chicago, lUutoi. 1" .."... ."..10.. e
dresses to play sit up late my hand and official' Patricia Dow Pattern :.jo I. meats, fish, baby food and citrus
skip homework so that in time Alice ..al. at Stark. Florida $t. Au.u-tln.. llahanKoe. Stamped, ttll-adjreurd initlop fee'
vegetables and have dessert tbl* Decent- : juices.
twice to trust her stepmother. -rr Hot.. 1941.OFFICIAL j to*. W. nth *... New ".... i.. >'I'.. 1io At. 291A.M; ynitr eMurr.Beleaaed .
will .
either have no bath or stay come ( &*AL} A. J. Thoma. .:11 P. ... I':3o* p* : M.*<: at .... .. Newspaper .-

Aa Clerk of said Court. 1-t .t 1-22 l' Palatka! Lake City Ii L !

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' Food Drive Tough Training I ten ten yards to complete and sprinting the 70 the yards last, r Registrants Must Inform Board ON TilE NEWS FRONT .

: To .Get Under Way Dished Out having headed in a, different direction Of Change, In Status, Collins Says

January 12 At Blanding ( for each ten yards covered. Registrants must keep Local the registrant files his question Point Rationing System of Food

Boards Informed of any change In naire. If the registrant leaves

Farm Mobilization Day Jan. 12, Units of the 30th and 79th Di- The soldier has now practically their status, said General Vivian his position It Is his obligation'

will not be marked by any speech- I visions stationed at Camp Blan completed- the test except for one Col Ins, State Director of Selective and also that of his employer to Assures Equitable Share for All!
small detail-a four-mile march
making: in Bradford County. but ding are undergoing a test for Service in, a news conference at Immediately notify the Local

County Agent L. T. Dyer urges physical fitness that would wear with full field equipment crossingthe State" Headquarters.Under Board. If his new position 10 an

. all farmers to listen In on the out a Jap or Nazi before they finish line in lesa than 60 the provisions of the Se- essential one, a. new request for Because of the increasing fbod- least one and a half million vmt

radio program beginning: at 4 were halfway through. One of minutes. lective Service law it Is the duty occupational deferment should be stuff needs of' the ever growing unteers will be needed to put lui

. P. M. which will Include talk conceived for The test may be taken before armed forces Food Administrator service. 9
. a the toughest yet of the registrant to keep his Local made.
Claude Wickard told the nation that The point rationing
breakfast to work an system [
by President Roo evelt. measuring soldier stamina It up appetite Board informed of.his current ad- General Collins ,said that itW45 the 46 pound average consumptionof Is to be put into effect would hi,

The County USDA War Board reads like a summary of all the or just before retiring to drens any'change in his depend- evident that some registrants canned frozen or dried foods similar to the system that has b*.8

and Agricultural o n a e rvatlon' Initiations and hazing you ever cure sleeplessness. All Axis soldiers ency or 'marital status. any and some concerns were under the will be cut to 33 pounds,' or 13 used in England: for some time Tn'I

Committee attended a district heard about. are- Invited to give it a change in his physical status, his erroneous impression that a request pounds less per person per ;year. OPA has announced that the nt

In Gainesville Nov. 30 try. Each one who does will be He further showed that during so-called universal rationing boi,
meeting on .
First the soldier does as many occupational etatus or any other for occupational deferment
one less to dispose of the 1942 one-third of the nation's is designed to handle two or
; in regard to the Food for Freedom push-ups as he can. If ) a uhaven't easy change; that-:might affect ,his, selective should be submitted after a registrant duction of canned frozen or dried pro- ration programs simultaneously thn,

goalii, for 1943. and these tried the push-up you way. service classification.. ThN had been placed in Class fruits was used by the armed serv Book couponsare numbered

committees will meet Friday. Jan. haven't lived. It Is accomplished informatlont'Should be In ,writing; 1-A. This Is not' the case,' as the ices. But during 1943 this amount permit the rationing of connumtii?

8 (today), to' make further plans by'assuming a prone position face Liquor Confiscated In order that the Local Board may i Local Board should have all facts will be Increased to nearly one-half. items by the expenditure of an t,8

for mobilizing Bradford' farmers down supporting yourself upon Include the same in the ,,.regls-' concerning the registrants at 'the The new rationing program will I lotted number of points by each b,1
dividual rather than
Chief L. ,
Police A '
. Alvarez together the
behind this move. your toes and hands with the trant's file,. time that they consider this cut approximately one-third of the system in effect eimp'coupan
with policemen Fred Sapp for
Every farmer Is asked to 'sign hands at leart! twelve Inches apart. If the registrant holds an essential classification. Reel strants and usual, everyday foodstuff from the and code The point system sugi
and Ben C. Holtzeudorf, arrested diet of the American people. For <
ui hi* farm. setting forth his Then 'you lower and raise yourself Jim Hicks, colored, Monday nigh position In an essential occupation employers' are urged to' submit all the duration of the war, and perhaps rationing.. OPA "officials say pr

I crop goals for 1943. This sign without touching more .han the registrant or the Information and requests to the for some time afterwards vide an equitable share for ever,
of the hauls
making one biggest
. up will begin in .the near*future. your chin to terra firma, using registrant's employer should sub- Local. Board PRIOR to the time there won't be as much pleasure in one, and permits freedom* of cholcti
of the 3 of for the
, season- canes liquor consumerDifferent I
-, Mr. Dyer ay!!., muscles you never thought you'd. 144 half pints which would bring mit a request/ for occupational that the classification of the registrant eating as' heretofore Secretary commodities will tiavl
have to have.Immediately. deferment on a DSS Form 42A la considered by the Wickard said. But there will still .
In the 1943 Food for Freedom different point values Vsing
$1.50 per' bottle or $216. Also be plenty of foodstuffs to maintaina meiifi
" the soldier or nimllar form at the time that Board. as an example a pound of
goals' recently announced by Sec afterward one kinds
his car and a cash bond of $15( healthy life he added.

retary of Agriculture Wickard. runs 150 yards and back, completing were part of the proceeds. It --- Processed food which are to be points of meat, and might a pound be of valued another at lei t >*

, Florid;iv farmers are called upon the, 300.yards In 45 seconds seems that he was hauling the Nothing Wrong Because some 'things are needed rationed ,include canned and bottled I, of meat slightly, more plentiful klMl!!

to contribute materially increased or less. liquor over: from Union County more than. others, for the second fruits and fruit juices;, canned .. might be valued at eight points. A

quantities of meats., milk. eggs, Next comes the Burpee. Having the Chief said yesterday. With 'Business year In succession farmers have and bottled vegetable and vegetable supply and demand ,basis will tH

peanut naval storeS and essential nothing' to do with indigestion In goals which help them to' plan juices; all types and varietiesof used by the government to deter
.Florida. soups: dried and dehydratedfruits mine the point value of each con-1
vegetables.. their work.. Like Industry, which
.It Is similar to the pushup.The '
L glo1l To MeetThe ; frozen> fruits and frozen modity. AS the supply,or derruntjj
Highlighting% "the,day will be an I soldier stands at attention,, Florida 1 !Uness' conditions in has changed over largely to war vegetables. of a certain 'Commodity fluctuuteil

I all-network half hour broadcast stoops places his hands on, the Jones-Langford-Whlte Post general are better than those prevailing goods from the production of miscellaneous Price Administrator Leon Hen. the point value could be chanioil

beginning a: t' 4 p. 'm. (EWT), ground while extending his legs of the American Legion' will hole throughout the' country civilian materials or derson. OWl director Elmer Davis accordingly. |

which will inaugurate the most other items s each and Secretary of Agriculture Wick The stamps In the new universal!
Kralght to the' rear, recovers, a regular meeting Tuesday night on the baals"of reports" studied by a company
ard all emphasized the danger of
Intensive food drive in history. comes to attention and soon Jan. 12-the first since Nov. 10. the research division of the Florida wished agriculture Is being ,con- hoarding, before the plan goes into' ration books are designated at|
worth eight five, two or one points i
"In his Farm' Mobilization Day until Burple. On its last regular night' Dec. 8. State Chamber of Commerce. verted to a war basis. Less essential effect. "If' you want to help the By using combinations' of they

proclamation. President Roosevelt He now has the required
calls upon, farmers to, do even to carry another soldier defense meeting In the recreatlonal products has not been expandedas consideration, time and effort. hoard." Wickard. said. can be computed and the appropri-I

more, in 1943 than they have done least his own weight for'a 75- hall of the Methodist much in Florida "elsewhere\ First things must be first. Vastness 'of the rationing set-up ate'' stamps turned IQ to the dealer}

during the ,last three record-' yard plgaback''r n. which he Church. H, A. Carlton, Adjutant farm production at better, prices, The country's farmers ,have can be noted from the fact that at when the purchase is made

breaking years," ,says Mr. Clay- completes in 20 seconds or less.' urges that every Legionnaire be has been Increased, and service I never' failed It, in time of crisis

ton. 'This ,is, a tremendous J Basing his comrade gently- to present at the "hut" at 7:30 P.M. industries have been expanded to or prosperity. They will not do Wator and Sower Revenue Certi I STATE OF FLORIDA:' Stow,

order .In ,1943 farmers combined the ground he dashes into a 70- Tuesday as some important matters meet the needs of the armed ser so 'now.W.lll. con ficate filmed should, and not, by 1>"said.validated order'and the 1 A.Elmhurst: Northacker, (Uueena, 640J:Co.Seabury) Lonlr Hi I.']

experience and determination with yard lg-zag agility run. This .will be presented. said Court did dlrort the Clerk of, land New York.
good weather to produce 12 per consists of vices.For naUt ttoiirt to make and puhllnh I You are required to appear:
Astalre number Ihe
Fred second successive thin niitlre now, therefore, NOTICE I February 1st., 1943 in
; the abc
cent more food and fiber than running ten yards crawling'on Fire Prevented Florida registered 1 IS HKKEUY (IIVKN TO TIlE I TAX-
month highest i named Court and
1 AVKHH ANn CITIZENS cause, when.
OK NAil> "
ever before history.. It Is gO'Ing the chest and ,stomache for ten on the Dun'.:' Bradstreet regional 'kJJuij'lfJUJ 'kJdJ CITY OK HTAItKB: UUADFOHD I' lain tilt seeks divorce. Bradfon,

to, take more of ,the same yards, running another ten creep- About midnight Monday night, trade barometer in September COUNTY each of FLOIUOA. that you and 'County.Order In Telegraph next four hall weekly publish Issue thiJ

to go over the top again. Determination Ing on elbows and knees for the policemen Fred Sapp and G. E hitting 'the 208.8 mark. This is to Dhow you IIIUHI: >are,* If hereby any you required have, 1 Witness my hand and official en I

1 and American Ingenuity next ten yards running ten more, Lauders on their regular round far above (h. national average ,B01VOS Judga before of the the Honorable above 'named A. 2. Adkln.I''!,at 4th.starke 1943. ,' Florida' jhlii, -Jaouarlr

-I wilt have to overcome Jumping from one to another on Call street discovered a fire Mark of 121!,"*.'''" '. at the County Court .. I n (OF'FICIAI, 'SEAL) 1.Thorn.: ..,

handicaps: but farmers have, small island for the following inside Sam Roxenberg's second- Htarko. Ilradforcl County, 10'101'1< Aa Clerk of said Court.
Dankdebtt: in-.October were 21 at 2:00 o'clock W.' C. llardeMly, Daytona. fleet
on January
proven they have both. In hand furniture store. Since the percent above of A Flying Fortress Is to America's A. 1): 1943 why nalrtater 3:1"1 1 I Florida Atty. for Pit. 1-* 4t !,!'
S "The 1943 production goals area in Guadacanal or his boy I store was locked they kicked the those a yearrago ,air fleet what heavy,artillery is to lIewer: Hevnnu Certificate: .. ,, -
Africa will enough to and have recorded a gain of 13 not be validated and confirmed. NOTICE OP ADOPTION
North get
to the Florida far- the This
challenge door down and went In and ex Army. gigantic four-mo Mrudford Notice In hereby
County given that th'
mer. He knows that his success p eat and wear. He knows that tlngulshed the flames. percent for the' first ten months toted bomber, equipped with heavy duly fiuallfled newspaper, Telegraph of K"n.a I undHmiBntrt will apply to the Hani
and United Nations of 1942 over the same period of era! circulation I orable A. Z. Adklnx, Judge Clrru I
In his goals will help our workers the cannon, carries about three tons of publIshed In the
Mr. Roeenberg had left an ol City of Stark, llradford County Court, at his office In Htarke, Florl
decide whether or not your boy r are depending upon him. stove burning which was the 1941.Another bombs and reaches a speed of about Florida I IH hortby designated ax Ida. on February S. 1943 for r
encouraging figure is 300 miles an hour the newspaper In which thin notice order of adopt loi) for Wllllair
.A.-... -.S. _,_ _.___IpH source of the trouble. Paper found in gasoline sales shall be published on the followIng RIchest Duke ana two year.
---- -- --- tax-paid
.' was burning and their happening --r date: January Nth; 1943, Jan Virginia t>.' McConochle. .
OFy.fnurance which were expected to drop 50 \-___ uary 15th January J2nd. 1943 Daniel Duncan MoConothltj,,
EVERY BRANCH along Just at the right moment and January 39th. 1943. 1-8 St 26CIHCI
percent but which in fact were d -
H prevented a, disastrous fire. The 30' :; ; IN__WITNESS_ WIIKKEOF- 1 have : 'V'R'T.
lees than below II IT (
fire not called percent those ,'h'rticli:; ;; :: < inr : : AlIlXvCI: BRADPORlFLOHlUAl
out. department was of a year ago In spite of rationing Htarkr. Bradford oral 'ta'.Ingo County.: Florida, at (cults''DV\fTY.: IN CHA*]

? and recorded an 8 percent' thin 6th, day of January. A. D.Ol"FICIAL Paul Weber plaintiff, v.. ("on
: 1943. stance M. Hall Weber Defendan. '
: NOT SO BAD gain above'eptember salee,. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Cam No. 1118.OnDEn .- ,
V Manufacturing,employment' was An Clerk of the Circuit Court of OF ptmuCATioN
1 After advocating "Peace at any; Bradford County Fiorldii.S AND NOTICB TO APPBAK
estimated at. of 84,200
a new high
Price the ,lady on the soap box 1-8 4t l-.. STATE OF FIXKIDA tot Con
; ". In October and will continue to I otttncA M. Hall Weberto.\ .... rnl|
demanded: climb IN tfttrurr CaraT eRIADPOIItP I, dnoe "\Is .0'Daver Court., C141s.I ...
.wAIi A "Can any person in this audience as Caning plants ,come n-i ji. \ ('OINTY. FLOKID,(t '' ''I I I Manor Street, London B W. '
H. to productions While some decline / 'AN-i I England ana' P. o. Addrew I
give me a slogan that wUlhelp'wln In construction volumemust Fanny tfvhaofer Bfrvndemuhl.' Plain rare of Tornnulnt ,Hotel!, Torquay)
the warT""Ay lift. .vs. Herbert M. IT.Hnmaotmihl.. South >> 'Kosrland. -
< I !" shouted be expected. the 1942 year has These ships carry a crew of sevei Defendant. Cane No 2274 r You required to 81'PCIai A
can a been the largest In the state'shl8tory. OHnKTl ()Jo' IMTHLICATION February l.t., ,,1848, in the ab
to nine '
men, weigh about
Agency stalwart sailor In the crowd. VlVt tons AND NOTICE TO APPEAR named Court and _. ...b..tr
"And what Is it, my friend?" and the cut in Florida have a wing spread of 105 feet and STATE OF' riX>Rir>A to: Her I plaintiff Reeks. divorce. Bradro,
will be much!, less ,than that in each motor develop 1,000 horsepow. bert M'. F. Ilrendemuhl. whose aildreitxen County Telegraph shall publlab tbl'Ord..r
, Service Over 50 Years the orator asked with a superior are: 340 Magnolia Road In next four weekly" ._..... I
Constant I smile other states, er. We.need more of these "Fly- I..onla hrendmiihl.N. J. (and) car of 101..... Witness my hand and official mat ..
S Retail sales, after a sharp decline lag Fortreises" to compete with the Paul Boulevard i'atisacf's 03 Kant. Kdnall' Sterke Florida this Janus
Like a shot came the reply: Park New. 4th. 1948. -
In the spring have now Nazi air force. You can help by investing Jerney: ; )
"Stop yapping and start scrapping iOFPJClAl, SEAL A.I... Tnon
'Please' Phone 146CLASSIFIED begun to rise and through 'October at least ten percent 01 your You are required to anpoar. '''on As Clerk of Maid Court. .
Miser'The registered a drop of Income in If or Bond every payday.Buy February 1st., 1943. in the above W. C. Hardenty Daytona B.n.,
I _-__ S_ SI- __ 1S them from bank named Court and cause, wherein Florida Atty. for Pit,; i-8 4t l-l
8 percent ,under 1941's record ;your / post- plaintiff seeks divorce and reetoratlon I =
volume.RuaJ'.Common. office or other convenient Issuing of maiden name. Uradford iv:' emot'ir' '.: tiR'T, BRADPOK'!
Khali .
ADSS agent. y S. 7,??,., D.i, .-...", Ordwr In n.xt irraph four weekly publlith(4ssuo' thl8,& I CKKY.
Witness my hand and official Heal Arthur J. Tllman. Plaintiff. 5'
_. at .Starke, Florida, thin January Mahala. Lena Pout Tllpian, I> fe.
,Office supplies of all kind for m'FF 1943. dant. faun No, J TRORDBll .
l r1
( ,, >)> A. J. Thoma.I
FOR SALE-3 "yn>* sows each FURNISHED A P A R T M ENTS Hale a& Th. Bradford County A.. Clerk of said Court. AND NTICTO.. APPEAR
W. C. Hardei.tr. STATE' OP FLORIDA Mahal'
Telegraph. Daytona rieach. :
with pigs. See U D. Elland, Waldo.' 14 ml. south of Starke Florida, Att)'. for Pit. 1-8 4t 1-29. Lena Poet Tllman. whose reeldemI
N 1 and 2 hot i I Is Old Boonton Road Towaoo. No
rooms. Electricity
Hampton. lip '
Betty IN riRCflT : I :
.Sense COIRT. KIGIITH IN rmrt'ir romT. BRADFORD I Jer. ey| and whoae P. O. Addrm.
water, inner spring mattresses, JIUICIAI. CIltfllT OK FLOIIDA. ('O(4TY. I'l-OHIIlAi IN la clo Wright Aeronautical Corpi'
S FOR SALE 1 small National Frlgidalres. $25 couple, per little girl tugged gently at IX ":liD FOR UHADKOHU) .('ERr. CHAM- ration, Patterson, New l .
if. cash register good as new, $75. per her mother's sleeve. By Johnson COl/MTY.' Tlolette Waerated lIege Plaintiff You are required t.. appear .
month No children or pets.Mr .- Spuds CITY OF STARKE a municipality ..
v. Arne ,
L "Now Mother? she asked. In the OottJIeb I-Ia..e. Defendant.I February 1st.. 1043, in the bo
County of
Coca-Cola Ice drink' box. good Bradford. Stat. of C..e No. 2281.
Maude U
Wealey. "Now can't we write my letter? Florida, O'F named Court and cause, wherenj!
condition $15.-Halle's Tourist "Why of course Betsy" Mrs. PETITIONER O"'WbE)NOTirfc prBcirATioN: plaintiff iieeks divorce. Brad
Camp. It FOR RENT-Small 4-room house. Carson grinned. "Arc you going MOST NEEDED CROPS -Y8- STATE OF Kl.oninA APPKAK to: Arne1ftottlieb I! County Telegraph shall publleli thj
STATE Order In next four
*-- S- Lights. Apply Cecil White to write it or am I?" Florida farm production Coals, RESPONDENT OF FLORIDA. Haa- Whose residence. In I| Wltnea my hand weekly and offlulal I.eese.

FOR SALE_Pair good young head,' Lawtey. ltplb' "Well," Betsy jaid. "Maybe calling for even bigger production Norwegian Seaman's Church 33Flrxt at Htarke. Florid*, ,thin Janus
farm mules at my farm near you'd better kind of say it to me. In 1943 NOTICE TOr "T'HE TAXPAYERS Place Brooklyn.. New 'York. 5th.. 1943.
than the record yield AND CITIZENS OK THE You are required to (OFFICIAL. HEAL) A. J. The
YOU Only I'd love to write It. CITY OF appear on f
Hellbronn Springs. Sell one or STARKK.: A February 1st. An Clerk ot eaid.Court.. : -
; "All Miss obtained In' 1942. have been laid MUNICIPALITY IN 1943. in the above ,
both' N., D. Walnwrlght milk cows stock cows beef right then. Carson TIIK COUNTY OF BRADFORD. named Court and wherein1plaintiff W. C. Ifardeety. Daytona" BsaeYlorida
take letter" her mother down by the 'Secretary of Agri- cauM, .
a said STAT OF FLORIDA seeks Atty. for tit. l-' 4t ..J
stock bulls
cattle hogs divorce and
Starke, tf or get walking slowly, up and down the culture. The task has been set. WHEREAS, the city of Btarke. of name. Bradford County change TMI .
In touch with J. D. Odom Jr. I Florida a munlcpallty In the I l.v cinruiT coi-HT. BRAnronCOUNTY.
room. "Ready? 'Dear Mr. Mor graph hall publish thl.--Order
FOR SALE-About 200 white leghorn :- Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake genthau: The way I save money everyone now' knows what is County of Rradford,' State of Flor next four weekly, l..ue.. I'I VLOHIUAl IN CHA''
S ida
hens. Hanson strain. 9 481 Lake for needed and so the Job that remains petitioner.. In the above entitled Witness my hand and official seal txiula; R'tvlnte.. .
City; Telephone City. War Stamp buying Is to steer "a. did on the Ith day *' Plaintiff v*: Ace"
old. Is to set to work to produce of January A. L>. 1943 I 8t.V.5 Florida thin January I I I Winter Defendant. Case No 1311ORhER
month Also 12 white leg- Auction market every Thursday au _the small household lobs tow file with and 41FI". 1943.10FP'ICIAL.

: horn roosters not related to on all classes of live stock a r d my food and other things needed one prevent of to the Honorable Judge. of A. Z. Adklna, SEAL) A..1. Thomas AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR
the above Aa Clerk
hens $1.50 each or trade for at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. fl.. daughter: who to help win the war as we named) Court, :. Petition for the I W. C. Hardenty.of Mid, Court.Daytona Peach. STATE OF FlORIDA to Aiwl'
is eight bave Validation. of Winter | Joseph A DemeTW
One kerosene years never produced them Water and Sewer Florida. Atty. for Pit. 1.8 lz4IN co
cattle. large
1 Revenue ,
old. She is so Certificate of "aid city Broadway.. New York CJty. lie
& Since
the need
for '
r-:: of Btarke, Florida York.
brooder stove used only one keen about berare'l. In aacreaate ciHcrrr COURT.
.$ 1 0", Walter Martin Mrs. Miller's. Lake -1 I duct. Is more urgent amount of $ oJ.I Cer fOt-NTY. FLORIDA, BRADFORD II You are required to,, appear 0
season. ,
Butler. Fla. 1-1 2tp buying War for others ''the goals tificate. In denomination: of II.000 .- C..ANj;I, February 1st.. 943, in. the a' "
Route 1. ; Stamps that ,I DO each, dated
Lawtey; Itp July let I h, Bernard M. Miller, .Plaintiff. v.. I named Court and cause whr l4
) know the products..most needed.: Secretary with Interest at the rat. or' 3
; per 1-rfMllj Paahukowa Miller, Uefendant.'Ca plaintiff seeks dJvorca Brd.
WANTED 6-room unfurnished VIhh centum
U. 8. API'ROV1l! ) baby chicks.Hampshire or S money Wickard baa said it Is impossible annually per on annum payable a..... January tut dnrEI
house. Permanent renter. have to -and July OF PtlBLICATIONT In next four weekly lemieaWltnee
S paid someone else for doIng liit of eaoh
Reds day old. or to produce- too year evidenced 'by
Call or write F. J. Shaw State the jobs will go toward Victory many peanuts Inherent Coupon, the first Interest AND NOTICE TO APPEAR :t.mYrro"r ndBd official MH:
starte4 strain FLORIDA at
pullets. English too much mill}, too much being payable tot cdla thIs Janu'|
when paid to her. January lit It4S and
Farm Ralford. Pta, 12-18 4tp Paahukowa Miller, Whose residence 4th.,' 194,1.
White Leghorns from R. O. P. "Ituw\ make a list Betsy. 'WIn- meat or too many tgga. OU the matUring principal and of ealil Cvrtlflcatea, In. Unknown. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, -3. 'Tbor..

.cockrels. From, hens. 200 eggsand WANTED-white girl to mind-6- dows washed, 60 cents. Apples crops meat milk t and eggs- July let In the year belnapayable and on You are required to appear on A. Clerk, of laid Court.
up. Place orders n 0 picked from under the tree 23 these are the an follows, : amount February 1st., 1943 in the above T. Frank Landrum. Starke' F1ortdJ,
year-old child. Will give room, things vitally needed N.._.... named Court aol Atty. for Pit. 1-.
Reasonable prices on w'l I board and wage. Apply at cents.cents. Sold Emptied trash can, 4 the things this country and Its sail larla.lve>>> AM...<. Year I plaintiff Keeka divorce.cause, Bradford wherein

old pulleta.-E. E. Wasdln Louie's Army Store, Temple string beans from the fighting allies must have together I 11.00000 ],44 County Telegraph shall publish this
garden 15 cents. Sold strips of a 1,00000 UU Order In next four weekly! Imiue.
old E. 3
pulleta.-E. Wasdln.
,Avenue. It certain vegeta.blecrope. a Witness
1 spoiled fllm to children for sun- 1,000.00 UU my hand and official peal
gazing at one cent a yard. 20 The farms of this countryof 4 1,000.00 1847 at St ark e, Florida this January
FOR SALE:-City Park Sub-divi WANTED-Refined single lady to 1,000.00 148 4tn, 1943.OFFtCIAL. ,
cents. Total $1.24.Yours Florida-must
help give these '- 1.00000 ( REAL) A. 3.
S sion. Starke Lots 2 and 3, share room.' Apply Gardenia fully, I hope-and then I'll sign things to this country. Jr, a.ooooo 190 1950 Aa Clerk .nf laid Court. Thomas

Block 3-Owner, Mr. E. W. Room 1. It it at the bottom." Farm JJ-J' J.OOO.OO 1(161( W. C. Hard eat jr. paytona Peach!
'S Miller Lake Butler or inquire Betsy was puffing like a grampus .lon. production Is war produc-, 14-16- : J.000.00 1163 Florida. Atty. for_py. |-' 4t I-jrf

R. S. Downs Bradford Engineering LOST-Kerosene rationing coupons from her le or.. The tall Farmers who make strenuous 18-17 Z.OOOOH 8.00000 19S3 1954 ire! cmrrrr COIHT. BRAnrbnnV

Co. 1-1 :2tp and tire InspecUon slip. painstaking letters tottered bravely i efforts to produce every possible 18-19 a.OOOOO 195S ('OIJNTY FLORIDt : CHAN- PEPURINC.WHILE

Reward foe return to G. P. Par- across the sheet of paper. pound o( the needed articles JS'H a.ooooo U6t Matte(5RY. S
: FOR SALE 8- Gravely Mrs. Carson took the pen even in the face of ". a.ooooo 1167 Plaintiff. "e. Maria.
-good 900-pound rlah. City Light Plant Starke. to sign. shortages of 2,000.00 19U Olov..nna Penn> 'fendant, ,Case'ORDER

a, year-old farm horse with all Itp "Mother would it fee the labor machinery and supplies ,of 1 IS-I U-It' i.ooo.oo a.ooooo im No. 1178. OF 'PITBLICATION
proper 160
farming machinery and imple etiquette if I signed it too? fertilizer wUl, be doing a good 30.11 t.OOOOO 1981 AND NOTICE.. TO ARPEAIt

ments. D. B, Ifnlght.. 1-1 2tp LOST-Brown zipper purse containing "Perfectly proper I think" turn for their!.sons, their broth 14-35 U-U! 1.00000. 191] Olovanna STATE OK 'F1X3RIDA to: Maria
key case, bill fold check Mrs. Carson said ers and their friends [ 1.00009 1S83 I Perla. Monte) Santa An.eIn. -
without a smile, who are on 1S-17 1.00000 19U ProvInce dl Fo..ia, Country ofYo'u
S FOR RENT OR LEASE!:-Unfurnished book. Reward for return to and handed the pen back to the fighting ,lines. These boys *?-*! *.oooo5 1866 ,; Italy.

house. A. A. Annie 'LAW-: Marguerite B. Mustaln P. S. J34tsy. lon't let hardships 40-4J 1,00000 184 are required to appear on
shortages 4.1-46 ,
(Letter from an actual 1.000.00 1987 February 1st.. 1943 In. the. above
tey. Up, Store, Blending Center. Itp in the files of the communication Treasury -- deter. them from, their main purpose .11-51 48-41' S.OOOOO 1.000.00 / 111 1988 n.m.d Court and( cause, wherein YOU WAIT,
Department.) and Florida farmers will not III-U S.OOOOO 170 plaintiff eek> divorce. Bradford ,
FOUND-Suit case. Owner may fail them. 11II-67 County Telegraph shall publish this -
2-ROOM APARTMENT for 1.00000 171
rent, Order In next four
weekly .
furnished $20 month. Adults; have same by identifying and Every member of the family Food has become more and so Payable| aa to' both 1.00000 1111 Witness my hand and offKlal.ue.leal All Work Guaranteed

only.-Mrs. O. P.' Wadsworth,, paying for this ad*-Mrs. F. F shoald Invest In America's future. more Important In our entire war nterent at the office principal of the Clly and .t 4th. i4j*' Florida, this' January Only Highest Quality
S Sr, Hampton. It' Flume. Starke. Itp of the certain family's at total least 10 Income percent Is effort and It ,is estimated that Stark Treaaurer" Florida In and, and.of the City of (OFJPU-IAI.. of BEAt said ,) A. J. Thomas Leather Used

to our armed forces and lend lease WMteRKAS: the aald J.i.Ve., on Court. .*.At
w. C.
LOST-Box with Important pledged victory no later than the 6th day of January Hardenty. Daytona Ttearh
r pa- New Year's will take at least 141. did Florida. Atty. for Fit. 4VzrfBRtnronn
Day 25 i-s
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment pers and jewels. Lost near percent of Hue an order airalnut the State of

S with lights and water. W. home. :$10 reward for returnof my U.S. Tmnrj DtftrimnlOffice our, total production In 1943. Our $Florida tate Attorney requiring for It the through Eighth the I% "'WRf"-r ('OIR'y BROWNSTEENtSSHOERE

R. Conner 3 miles north of r papers Mrs. Mike Dew. Re- ; need' Is so great that failure to Judicial Circuit of the State of 'D..TY.C"JKY. FLORIDA, IN CHANlladys -
Starke 1-2 mile off II1PplaU.. kInd. for' use our resources to the fullest Florid. to nhow canna before said rnwnaend AIR
highway I turn Northarker
Bradford County. Tele ilo! at The Bradford Court at a:OO P. M. O'clock on Plain
IS. Itp graph. Up Telegraph. County possible extent: will be nothing ''''-ni ry 'OtlA.. D 1'4S. at the C.tIff... "ye., 2377.v'Iee Howard. A. Northacuier. Across Fromf POI8.o1nc.
short of tragedy. County Court Houe In ( .
: Oil' "
: I Bradford County. Florida, why .ald A'?n NOTICE 'TO LJ"AT10N'I I