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 10, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of lIcar'en' ''c "1,


A High Up Bird's Eye View of Recreational Center to

,. ; $ Blanding'I Should Be Offered Here..i&&

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'I I Chaplain Holland Tells Rotarians

P; *' 4 S SSr Scouts CompleteCity Efforts Under Way To Obtain

; .i. | Use Of Armory ",

Surveyi The' urgent need for furnishing good, \

.5'5 tertainment for Camp Blanding soldiers on their visits en'J.\'J,

S. SS i i Data To Be Compiled Starke, was emphasized by Chaplain, Thomas C J ; E;

5 i And Used In EffortTo ; in a powerful speech before the Rotary Club here at noon *' \'

S 5'S Get Federal Aid Wednesday ", 'f'

Taking as his theme the ,Scriptural quotation, "Behold, f
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d, tl s Twenty-one Industrious Boy I show better Chaplain Holland stated that. :
a ,
Scout, of Troop 70 have Just you way r
S e, completed a house-to-house survey Starke's first action In this matter should be "positive"rather :

: of Starke under the aus- than "negative In other words, that we shbuM'!! ''"" ,;
: piece othe Chamber of Com
merce, In,an effort to gather certain first attempt to build up a strong opposition before ,spend- ,'I,

S 3: S I necessary Information In regard ing all our time attempting, to "tear down the, devil's'play'-/: ,,4)

to- living conditions and house."w t. "
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I needs! of the town, since the. rapid A '
S rise In population. The Chaplain stated that efforts are being m e\to.ob

I The data, which the boys tam use of the Armory here as a recreation center-for. men;' :.r'11 "
w !11.
7 y zMYp gathered Tuesday and Wednesday ton visits to town from camp ,,, +'
will be used In an attemptto Blanding:' He suggested that;; ,
I 'get Federal aid I In solving Members NamedOn municipal and military officials, :f. 1td t
housing, sewerage, and other fieri Appeal Board cooperate to provide billiard : )
555 flue problems here tables, reading rooms, supervised!' ,

George Simons, Jr.? technical Members of the Board of Appeals card, games, and other forms of :"+'
advisor with the National Resources under the Selective Service amusement for, the ''men. i .
Planning Board, complimented He stated that, It would be ""'J '
d o, e u ri't"1 I the Scouts highly when he System In this district are as splendid gesture" If a number of "
I I saw the work they had accomplished follows: public-spirited ladle of the community -,"br 'Itl}i
In two days. Mr Sim- Carl S. Swisher, chairman, would, spend a few hours / ;V,:
one Is here to consult with local Jacksonville; T, J. Davis Jackson- on Saturdays and Sunday, serv- $
officials as to Stnrke'a needs, ville Kenneth Morris Jacksonville In, 'as hostesses and supervising/; \
i and it was at his suggestion that ; the recreational activities4'. r,
I 1 I the survey was made ; Samuel W Getzen Gainesville "Thank (pod that our ,Bouthera.' t" ,
Results of the canvass have not ; R, n. Robl'lrlll. Worthington men still. respect' womanhood'". .-

yet been complied. Springs, Chaplain Holland stated,."and the,
I 1 I The Scouts entered Into the The duty of this board U to Influence of one or' two vt your ... I
I work with great enthusiasm, and good ladles of the community' '
receive appeal cases from the '
I in the course of the survey nick' would be,of untold benefit to this y
a.a named themselves "t h e sewer local boards, and, after a oarefu), proposed! program. ? f a'ti,

Now you can see why airplane pilots have nicknamed beyond that are the hospital and parade ground areas." squad" because of 'the questions review to determine the .lowest "The men like to get away t,
I on the forms relating to sanitary classification In which the registrant from the Camp for' a' few hour p:(I
Kingsley Lake "Dollar- Lake. To the man 'in the plane ,it Even, from this photograph, taken at 10,000 feet, ''the immensity -!I, conveniences. on (the week-end," the Chaplain

appea$4'as ,round, as a soup plate and the. layout; of Camp of the development clearly appears.. Kingsley I|I! Members of the squad were: should be plilceci.Ueadquartf'n continued, "and they need some, ;.

Blanding 'seems something like the design of}; an ancient .Lake is approximately two miles across jn!all directions, and I['Robert Barksdale, Comer Ferryman are 820 Graham place to congregate and meet one t I
.h I Harold Crews, Bryan Har- Building Jacksonville., another especially when the ,
'Greek amphitheater. Starting at, the left of !this picture distance from end of the f to the other is '
), the : : one camp I rell, Harold Metcger. Homer Llm.I weather Is bad and there Is nothing ,:
(reproduced- through courtesy of the Jacksonville Journal) more than ,,,3 1-2"1;miles. 'Within this ar6a'will be( gathered baugh tyle: I Anderson, Walter Farmers "Begin else to do.". 1 l'
''\43rd from Florida's : I Dew Ernest,. Noegel, Raymond W llnellday'a,, meeting; one'of
you see first, ,the area reserved .for- the\ Division fiftlvgrsatest concentration of population 50,006.ThevCaraCtS.nawt62 I :
Hall, Sonny, Peek, Mack Futeh Scrapping{ Berries the m ) t, Interesting held ,by the
New- ,Enjg and, ,xDected iaUajTiver )iQe. fun ( ;::eJbvuaxy, percent complete land from 15 to 20 i ", h
:: p \ Olfrf Wl lt4f,.' ..:Jr... .Alvtn .:Crews, clu'-' ?,In. ;pcent weeks, was under JI"!"
Next Is the,;;'rt; }#( pm qtIPt:< the 31st* ,(Dtie\ )""T)>tylsibn.vand i ; thousand workers*are"still engaged in its construction (I George/ Powell Chester McKinney DortlculArlv Bradford County) growers 4 _, T< h ", 11 o b like It., but, thev'rsbeginning shepherd OB! me state
,. : !?,1R1.Y.S!! : p y I -- ---- n" nnw .- ; chaplain
uigga.. warren winkler Leonard to "SCI' p' their straw rrt on' Farm.
Too !Much ProsperityIn Ball Date Set Smith and Marlines: berry fields( and sell a few cratesA In jfcldltlon to,'I tbe speaker the
Birthday ; :1'tJ d-iy to the "peddler,*" for '.tile following chaplains from Camp N '

Labor PledgesNo nearby markets. Prices range Blanding were guest of the club I

view of recent "rush' conditions around Starke, Will Be Held in ArmoryThe around $2.50 per crate, but qualIty J. N. Faulconer, chaplain 31st
StrikesA of the fruit l I. not good, as Division; R. D. Wolcott chaplain
many of our readers will know" how to sympathize' with the few If any. fields have yet been 167th Infantry; C. O. Hamilton t

Hinesyille, Ga., ,doctor, who is the subject of the following annual Birthday Ball for the President, always the pledge of "no /It! rlke In defense ,mulched. Consequently, fruit was chaplain 155th Infantry: A. T b
.most glamorous event of the winter in Starke, will be held Industries has been offered bespattered. as the result of Noland. chaplain 106th Medical
Associated Press article Harold All Starke- r
by Tyler
news by the metal trades division of recent rains. Regiment! James I.., San dUn",,
itea who complain that they are "TOO busy," that they Friday night, January 31, according; to an announcement the American Federation of La. As n result of last year's ex- Chaplain 153th Infantry: H,. I*

don't have time to eat and sleep, and can't'digest their food yesterday by E. L. Matthews, chairman of the event in bor. perience, growers had rather have Sto*ey, chaplain 156th Infantry; ,
Bradford County. The otter was Interpreted In cold weather hold the berries and John Hudson, chaplain 124th
properly will kick from the following story: i
get a big some quarters us a response to back until late In the season. Infantry.
Hinesville cash customers harass Because! of the unprecedented size of the crowd expected President Roosevelt's assertion a When thIs happens, Plant City The ,meeting was t held In the
Ga. Jan 1 So
,- many
to attend the event this year, scene of the 1941 ball week ago that the nation ex. and other competing points are 'school cafeteria''' here, which .will i''
Dr A. C. Colson these days that he is looking for a peace- "out of the and I I' .
will be in Starke's new, spacious National Guard Armory. pected workers and management way" prices are bo the .regular meeting place until -
ful sun-bathed hillside in some quiet Georgia village "Wherethe alike to keep defense production generally better.Berries further notice.Edwards ; i:

Army.doesn't want a thing -they have.." The chairman to 'ottlclAIII expressed, who made appreciation possible -- roiling'without Industrial friction.
John Frey, president of the GrowingAt :
He intends to pack up, kit and .kaboodle, and, hide him- this occasion the use, of the Armory for 3 New Stores Metal Trades Division, said at a Camp BlandingThe Meat Market 1\'

self in pursuit of the press conference yesterday the '
away from "too much prosperity" Ted Sherwood and his Florid .
pledge was conditioned on employers -
"quieter if not the better things of life." lana, popular University 0 f Under agreeing to arbitrate all boys from Plant City W M. (Mitch) Edwards this I''
Florida orchestra have been engaged WayM. (Starke's rival In strawberry week sold his Call Street meat ,
labor without
disputes stopping
That's his decision after observing the effects of Camp to furnish the music and work, Industry) won't get homesick If market to Aaron Schneider for 11, '

Stewart, the 600-square mile anti-aircraft training reserva- this announcement In itself shouldbe F, and fi. W. Brown Capt. M. E. Hull can prevent It. merly of New York City and At
He has ordered a strawberry L zoff, of
all formerly Milwaukee '
sufficient to attract jitterbugs
tion established by the Army just outside Hinesville, 'where Improving Former Named Blanding HostessMrs. : behind '
within Tadlus of 20 or plant set out the Camp I Win Mr Edwards had been In M'I
some '15,000 men will be trained next year. 30 miles of Starke. Sherwoodand Woodbridge Property Emma Darby Chalker of I Blanding tent of each man In I business there for several years''' '., '
his men have a large follow- Battery E In order to "make the I and has no plans for the Immediate
Patients who have owed bills for many months are now ing of fans here having playedfor Construction was started this Starke and Gainesville has received 'boys feel at home"If future except to attend to his t

bothering the doctor by paying up, using monies earnedin the Birthday Ball last year week by M. F. Brown of' Starke I her appointment as 9ne of this effort does not suffice -I farming activitiesand his active ti
the he said. and for the Woman's Club dance and Dr. G. W Brown of the Junior hostesses a t Camp Bradtord County growers 'duties in the official life of the
Camp Stewart construction program, early In December hassee on three store and Taila-I I Blanding. The hostesses will'have might Issue an Invitation to the county and city. A
and another I buildings fronting on Plant City men to "pick a few" In The now owners are now having
that he
It ,used to be Dr. Colson said, I Proceeds of the ball as usual charge of entertaining visitors
> between Canova's and I
I Pharmacy some of our fields that are be- the store completely remodeled -
physician> divided im the business- in Hinesville-population will go to alii Infantile in the nation-wide. the new pustofflce building. The t and arranging social events at ginning ''to yield luscious ripe and plan to operate a modern r

643 before national; defense came along-and "there was not fight Idea against was conceived by paralysis.The President property wan recently purchased I I,the camp fruit, dellcateHsen. I
from Chas G. of
too much work for either of us. 1- Roosevelt, and great strides Mann
have been made against the dis- ( SOME "SOLDIERS' JOY" IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS
Especially not too much for Dr. Colson, he; added, since"I ease In the past few years.A The building, which will be divided -;

don't need to make a lot. of money and haven't any very special Invitation Is Into three spaces, is 45 feel I' --
wide across the front, and 52 ,
ambition extended to the Army and civilian --
to be famous.
deep. The center store will be

"Frienc's used to bring in a melon or two," he pointed attend personnel the of Birthday Camp UlandlJto Ball in 17 1-2 feet wide the one on the
north side 11 12.,, and the one
nut, "or maybe a nice fish or a pair of birds. Or they'dinvite Starke the chairman I said. on the south 14. H. F. Hall andD. a

me out for a day of hunting. "Doubtless many of the newcomers A. Judd are In chance: of con 1t I
In our mlilnt have been accustomed : -
Hinesville was a nice quiet retreat, where' ,a man ,could to attending thefts eventsIn struction.

stop to read a book or smoke a pipe, or just sit back .and their home towns take," It was I tile The construction building will, and be the of hollow front)
said "Therefore, we great
chew. In modernistic!
will be finished [

"There weren't even any hoboes-the railroad didn't with pleasure us in In this inviting'celebration them to which Join i black trim. ( r ti.... 1 {y t l1 a : S 't ,.

line i.f always the social highlight of M. .". Brown stated that ore| +1oa '
come<< close to the town. (The Army since built a squr
i the winter in Starke/* of the spaces' will be occupied) e. z ;1
and the whistle still ,startles folks unaccustomed to such by his taw office, at present located + )

a racket.) On Holland's Staff on Call St.. and that the 1 _J 'R'Ri
other tenants have not yet been
, "Nobody made much money, but then competition W. P. Smith 'of Starke was decided upon definitely although!!

wasn't exactly fierce for what business there was. among those honored by Governor there have been several applica I

I "I had a nice hillside picked out, with a creek big Holland with appointmentsto tions.Mr. Brown's l law office will bei I

I nough for fishing to build a home to retire to. It was i' his personal staff ,with the hon. remodelled and be occupied by alI ) i hA
' has it' rank of colonet Jewelry store according to pre..-
the only hill in this flat country. :Now the Army orary I ent plans. 1t

I for their range" I Liquor Han Approved t M: b

Before the anti-aircraft guns begin to fire Dr. Colson Kingsley, Lake Church ': E ,
I Bible Classes at Penney Farms .
' said, he intends to, be out of earshot. He already has a I I have commended General John C. The' Klngsley Lake Missionary,; Camp HLatding soldiers get a big kick out of having their pictures "struck" to "send back at

spot in mind, he admitted, but wouldn't say where until Persons and other authorities at Baptist Church will hold Its regular -I home." They especially "go" for the ones taken with comic props at a little stand on Temple-

j the papers are signed. .. Camp Blandlng for forbidding the In service Sunday morning January -( Avenue. Witness the above i (left to right) Hubert Davis and Herman,.,Jobe pose &It cop ,and rob
sale of Intoxicating beverages 9
; "There are so many good books I haven't had time to canteens throughout the reserva- 12. Th. pastor, the Rev.iH. !' her while Clyde O. Brown and George Corley act out a romantic scene from the South Sea iV}
Isles- somewhere.
i read smoke-" tion. M. Tlllman. will preach. -or j
and another pipe or two to

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JAN 10 1941 I


.'I: Florida Faces Annual Winter Problem Mrs.. A.Beulah L. Drlggera Kelly were in Lake visitingMrs. Butler Letter BoxTo vidd during it this Into year 365 equal I shall parts--II:

Of Transient. Agricultural Workers II FASHION I>REVIEW I IT Sunday. every day renew this ep each' lh\
and strive to live
+ Mrs W. T. Crosby and son it, taint se
the Editor
; The folks from "Tobacco Road" cares rude shelters made from William, were visiting. Mrs. Crosby's '!- may.Contrlbute.t by,
+ I makshlft trailers and I am submitting to you a NewYear' I A, I
Saula. Starke
coming to Florida for the tin signs > ,' --' Fla.
II d are :' \; "'" .!f/r : brother and sister-in-law Mr.
r e sol u tion. It is not
tents, Absence of running water .
Winter. Migratory agricultural i : ,0''f: :, and Mrs. Eddie Hilllard of Valrico
workers most of them formerlytenant and toilet facilities virtually universal S.,: .: ,. :.; Sunday copied or stolen from someone I BUS 8CIIEOCLCNorthbound
Into I the migrants. Furnishings else. It is my own work. I
moving among ,
farmers are 1I ... ; .,
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Fred
consist of ., If could all citizens
more the
the Wlnler harvest-land of South ; rarely I we get I Leave Starke.-7:40: A
Florida by hundreds every day. I than a few threadbare blankets Halslop and Miss Myrtle Dobbs of our city to make and try to I A M.. 12:30: p M. t5 1t 2
were in Sampson Sunday afternoon P
live It when 1942 arrives 11
State officials estimated the and quilts. I 6:10: P. M.; 10:10: P 11
number of these migrants! would Health: So alarmingly poor tI would have a city and communitythat SouthlmimdLeave
50,000 by late February. A I that It has attracted the! attention I I I Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Thomas of anyone would enjoy livingIn Starke-4:30: p M
pant trip through the fertile muc-kUnd of Federal State and local Ir I II Starke were guests of the for- in spite! of all the hard prob- A. M.; 10:20: A. M? 2:20 ,2
farm area near Lake Okeechobee,' public health agencies. Syphillis r ? mer'sparents. Mr. and' Mrs. lems that we are facing now. 5:20: P. M. P

Indicated the economic status and I'llte'i in Palm Beach County 40 ,. Frank Thomas Sunday. I Resolve: That today I will be East bound

health conditions of the migrants[ per cent among negroes, 10 per- Mrs, Willis Dyal and Mrs. Dock happy. I will watch myself, andI Leaves Starke-:.7:15: A, M. r,,
sank In ratio to their Increasing cent among/ whites "Muck itch" Varnes of Sampson were visiting will\ not worry. I will not let Starke, for Palatka and St !'
u numbers. { caused by the damp, black earth Mrs Arle Brown Sunday after- petty things annoy me. I shall guntlne 5:20: P. M, h

truck and citrus 'I of the Okeechobee farm country, noon. not let fear, jealousy, anger, dis- West bound
After the crops i
I'[ prevalent among children. Diet content, or selfishness come into Leave Starke--7:40: A
have been harvested, the migrantswill u; 11
fan out over the Kant and I'consists mainly of "cull" or un- HAMPTON{ my mind and heart to destroymy A. M; Leave Starke for t.
marketable| produce discarded by happiness and peace of mind Butler, Perry, and
South t harvesting cotton, tobacco, By 111"dlA Ntnimo I Tall
strawberries tomatoesand the growers or packing houses.A today. : 15:3:1: P. M.Passengers.
potatoes spreading, their poor health JI paradox in the migrant Mr. Branon and family of Today I shall strive to be Unselfish called for and

and low living standards. labor situation exists at Camp Gainesville have moved into the kind, considerate, and livered free within city brat'
+ Blandlng, the new Army post s Thomas Brown residence 0 n i pleasant to everyone. For one Station must be notified 3o
The migrant problem In iflorlda! under construction near Jackson- ar Church street. day I shall be happy, and then I utes before scheduled 1111:

Is acute concentration because and of the the elementof unusually ville. Twenty thousand men at Mrs. Brack Prevatt, who en- will take this year 1941 and dl- busses. Phone 147, arrive
work on this defense project are
tered the Gainesville hospital last
large number of workers employed -!
defense projects In the well paid. There are housing facilities Friday with Influenza, has a host'of
( :
for part of the work.
: only
State who will be out of jobs friends who are delighted to
when construction IB completed In era. Consequently, men making t tir know that her condition S3,im
$10 a day and up live in quart Ea i'h' ?' r' a,< proving.
the Spring. |I MEAT
ers little better than those of
Mrs. D. W Moore has
A nummary or the migrant the agricultural migrants. pur-
Agriculture 1 labor situation\ in chased the large rooming house
Small one-room cottages near, I that belonged to the
Florida: I high' formerly
Income: Wanes are about what niandlng bring abnormally David Jones estate. She is> havIng -
five centsa rent, It costs $1.50 and up a' it repaired and repainted and
they were ft year ago- whichto I CURING
for in ,
merely space
crate for potato pickers, 12 to a. k all modern conveniences added.
tent build a lean-
17 cents an hour for celery workers pitch a It Is occupied by three families.
tree branches.The .
pack Ing house employes' to from Christmas toys mean many happy; hours for the children of while repairing is being done.,

i about 30 cents an hour, 23 cents only optimistic sfde of the house/ but extra play also means extra wear and tear on M. L. Watterson is repairing,

t a hamper for bean pickers. A the migrant labor situation in clothes. A solution to the problem is offered by these crown- lighting, and installing all necessary No increase !
Is the five migrant in Prices
a layoff Florida camps
day of rain usually causes Farm Security tested rayon challis 'drenses featuring trim velveteen basques fixtures in his large concrete -
of two days or more for harvest of the United. .States.. I garage and, it will be used
and. packing house employes. Administration. TWO 01 for an apartment residence
far below the camps are in operation, and
Housing: Generally
the normal standards for the three more will be ready by the Germany Was The "Big Winner"In Miss Ophelia Bryan, efficient
of the Winter farming in primary school teacher who has We In
South' poorest tenant farmers. peak 1940's Territorial ShiftsTo been spending her vacation with Specialize Sugar
Families of eight and nine live in ,late February.
I I friends and relatives in Jasper,1
email one-room shacks, packing I A worker can rent a clean, Adolf Hitler, selfproclaimedmaster strips of territory taken from returned to her duties here last

i well-lighted and sanitary living of Europe's "new order," Finland were at the cost of war. Sunday I ,
NEUTRALIZE QUICKLY went the lion's share of territoryin Her acquisitions totaled about I
In the Federal
EXCESS STOMACH ACID camps unit of for two$1 rooms a week. School and the 1940 revision of the contlnent.s 100.000 square miles, more than carried Master to Dickey. a Gainesville May, who hospitallast was Cured .MeatsGainesville
perennially changing map. double the area of New York
Acid stomach causes heartburn, medical facilities are suppliedfree. Friday, has many friends
gas!! and Indigestion. You can neutralize But the five camps will be The changes came in many state. here who wish him a speedy recovery -
this acid quickly by tak- able to accommodate only a comparatively ways-by out-and-out conquest The World War-born republicsof I He is suffering with
ing a spoonful of Blsma-Rex In few of the, migrants. peace-at-any-price submission, by Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania : rheumatic fever
the dictate of big powers to melted into the Soviet Union
a glass of water after every meal. The Hampton Junior
It In delicious tasting. Buy a I Typewriter and Sibling' .machine squabbling little ones, by sheer I after the Red army had won the School Is growing' weekly and is Ice
bottle of GO; dOMes for SOc today rlblxinM. ,ali..<> other office suppliesfor disintegration.GKKMANY right to station troops there.'I progressing nicely under the able I
at the Rexall Drug Store-CarI sale lit the Bradford County : : !Under ultimatum, Bessarabia and of
management Professor Mason
penter's, Drug Store in Starke. Telegraph Office. By occupation of subjugated nations -I northern Bucovina were wrested Morrow
and his of able
Nazi rule spread over corps
I from, Rumania late in June. Cold Storage Co.J.
and experienced teachers.
roughly 237,000-mo r e square' ITALY: .
miles of Europe's surface an I -- -
I Only leavings so far have fal To
area about equal to that of all len to Italy in Europe: A stripof relievPCOLDS, L. GEORGE Mgr.
New England, New York, New
the Riviera from Fiance. In
Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio and ,
i Africa, however, her forces have Liquid Phone 1067
1201 N. Grove
Indiana combined. | Tablet St.
9 ll I driven the British from Somali-
Most of thin. was telescoped In- 666 Salve
land, taking roughly 68,000
to less than three months. square Nose ;
miles onto Italian East Africa.
f' On April 9, Denmark, small Cough Drops ,
e and defenseless, submitted almost BULGARIA AND HUNGARY: Try "Rub-My-Tism"! a Wonderful
Do Your Trading without a shot to German occu- By the Axis-dictated Vienna Llnament

pation. On June 22, France, settlement of August 30, more ..
where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are beaten to her knees, signed an slices were carved out of Ru- .

given away with every $40 in trade armistice which turned over mania; Southern Dobruju went to
or certificates. about two-thirds of her homeland Bulgaria and northern Transyl-
Are ItalecmwdIn territory to German occupation. vania to Hungary.

1 Cah IfYou SMITH'S GARAGE Between those geographic Besides actual transfers of sov- Time for a rest?
Choose markers tho Grand Duchy of ereignty, the changing map left t
STAKKE, FLORIDA Luxembourg disappeared under France's empire split Into three
German occupation; the defensesof parts-continental territory divid- f

Norway, Belgium and the ed between Germany and the pause and
Netherlands were crushed and Vichy government; and colonial _

they too, were occupied. possessions, particularly a wedgeof
fhe one Germany also sampled British equatorial Africa stretching In-
heard soil taking; the tiny channel Islands land from the Atlantic coast to 1r'R _. J..4f.eca .

Nave you off the French coast. the border of Italian Libya, divid-
., M HIS f SOVIET RUSSIA: ed In loyalty between Vichy and 7
ou-l The U S. S. R. was the second the "free French" leadership of

Q largest gainer and only the Gen. Charles de Gaulle.
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: TRAV1.L/lV- ?-Jf: In Prize Contest List Announced For Festival Queening i I v tr

i 'H I !
5A/.ESMA Six beautiful diamond rings to the rules, if not a prize'
: : ( Motorola Radio and $2:>0.00 In winner.

I cash are the prizes offered in the The contest Is open to all young
Strawberry Queen Contest to beheld
... -
ladles In Bradford County, costs
\. \'.\ t t Jn connection with the Brad-

_ \' ,t 1 'f'I I ford February County 1st Strawberry to 7th. Festival, nothing win to something.enter and The everyonewill young

t" : First prize will be the title of lady who secures) the largest num-
"' 1. .. .. t I "Strawberry Queen" and a solid ber of votes between now and
1, February 5th will be the winner.
. : gold ring with a beautiful one
: carat diamond. Second prize will The one securing the? next largest
be "Maid of Honor" and a 3-4 number, second, and so on down
carat diamond ring; third prize the line of prizes.

will be a 1-2 carat diamond ring; Votes are secured by trading ,-"ty
4th-3th-6th: prizes will be a 1-4 with certain stores who will give >

,4aua .s, f carat diamond ring; seventh, a 100 votes with each dollar spent
$2 ,00 Motorola radio which can and on all admission tickets to

t be seen at Mayes Radio Service the festival t 4 .l Qy '
Store, and $250.00 In cash that Complete Information may be y
/ I I 1 has been set aside to be divided secured at the Festival Head-

___ I among the remaining contestants quarters Tent on the Courthouselawn.
u to enter and remain active accord- .,


Ily Mrs II. M. McKne
Sample" One-11'uy By 11111IIrsula Crosby
Fare He travel 3 mils In a bus at about Elder W. E. Hall filled .
the cost of driving I mil, in hi. own his regular Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of
Jarksoiiv. Hie .80( carl And there not all-he arrives r..tMllI.ml appointment at Pine Level : the State Farm spent

.V60 I .d and relaxed, h. has no driving strain church last weekend.Mr I afternoon with Mrs. Inez : ? 3 '

!M.! Prlr.---: .dO. no whenever parking he problem want H without. can stopover waiting and Mrs. T. N. Norman and I and family. Kelly} kola eta'[ '$'

Oiliutdo valuable time since there'. always another little son Gerald, and Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Claude Moore and
$2.30 bu coming along 100*. Bu.I..... Mrs. Eldon children returned to their homein
j, Oc'.wa huU $1.00) travel become a pleaaure. Nest Sapp and lIOn, Ru- Tampa after
trip Sunday
lo8kt'Ir, ____ __ $2.23 take a tip from America' traveling dolph, and Miss Dorothea Nor- while with relatives here.spendinga Lv?'
GalneMllle ______ .15 aleunen-go via Florida Motor Line man all of Gum Branch were
hru..k.\11I6 _____ 11'1,90 in comfort I IConway's visiting relatives here Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hill, Mr _

I Atlanta ________ .1.30 afternoon. and Mrs. W T. Hill Jr., of Jack-

t, Sat.annul) IM.05! : Elder Prultt and son Emory sonville and Mrs. Eunice Box:!; of Ice-cold Coca-Cola makes 'time oof time for
Cincinnati $10.70 Service Station L. of Atl.intu. Ga., were recent Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
AiigUHta sM.SO visitors at the home of H. C. C. Crosby and family: Sun-
--- -- refreshment. You ice-cold
can taste the of
L.\CY CONVVAY: Agent quality
Hit. .; Ktrii' Sin In".. day.Mrs.
Hound-Trip. Mrs. Louise Clark of Plant City Neta Dobbs was In Gainesville Coca-Cola and feel the
Is Saturday. after-sense of com
I visitingher sister Mrs. Alice I '
i Oliver. I Mrs. W. C. Ward and family'{

'Iclu'I I We are sorry to report the and Miss Novas Sapp of New plete refreshment it always brings. So when

i Illness of J, R. Hall and family River went to Cresent, Ga., Sunday 51

I and wish them all a speedy recovery They were accompaniedhome you pause throughout the day, make it tit"
I I byv. C Ward who has YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY _

} Mr. and Mrs Henry Cone were been months.working there for several I pause that fres/ies/ with ice-cold Coca-Col

: visiting relatives near Jackson-
Mrs. Alton Dobbs
i ville Saturday night. business In Lake was Butler transacting -


Harrell of Lake City were visiting' J. R. Kelly and children STARKE
., 'friends here CO.
M.AI aNW.iIW(1 Sunday. Kathryn ,and Robert LJoyd, and .


''. II .."..T"....' ,"r" no ...., .

JAN .iO194



Greenwood Farmers WarnedTo DANCERS WITH BILLROY'S COMEDIANS January. 1941OFFlC'lAU I 1'" FISH f'IH(.....,. rOI'HT. KKJIITICJlltKltl. .. (
( SEAt) A. J. Thnn"".. 4-IMC'l'ir OK ..OH.
MII'I8' MIMredme \ 'taeuer Prepare Clerk of Circuit Court. Orndford init. Allis FOil Pit ,lE0HlP .
County, Floilda 1-10 4t 1-31 t' \TV..

Esther Geiger of this sec-I For Higher Costs I I Dorothy loulne rilAMKHY' Hodtfea, .',.
last week \!o'rl'S2 %O. I.MIlirfOIIH
several days ,
pent I '.'....1 It S 11.115) UI ('Ol. ...
her grandmother Mrs. O. C.r I Florida's farm families may' 1tIl''O'0.... ..' "Ml*.1 or.tit') OKFl Alex "Webster hodges"' '
| of Starke. find living a little harder in 1941If TO WHOM. IT MAY COVCKTINTAKIO : I I I OltlIKH liefendant Of: MKItVICHTIIM

and Mrs. Ralford Gill and they don't produce more of NOTICK that the followInir %(i'i'l'I'3 1'0 A PPI'I 1 S Ie
Mrs. Robert matters will come up for formal SPATK OF tl'UHUnA;
ren Mr. and their food! at home or make more hearing, before .the. FloridaUallroad TO Alex. WebBter hodges, ft."l-!
fford and daughter. Esther Commlxelon at Ha Hfnnlnii dene Unknown :
Fountain were visitors money In non-agricultural work. heirlnnlnar' at 10 &,')iwk A. !At, 'i I It l. hereby ordered that you
racle k' at the SRM1VOI.K: !) 11 OTfi:I.. JackaouvlIK are required to appear on the 3rd
{iirke Saturday night. Miss Anna Mae Slkes State I Florida, on MONDAY. January day of February. A. It. 1941. beforw

Chesser Home Demonstration 2t1.< in41 the above entitled court to the bill.
and Mrs. Earle.L. nutritionist And at Maid time and place you' of complaint filed against, you .In

visiting her mother ..Mrs.Rahme says. and All Intvrented .parties. will be ,i I the. above entitled.ruuae. ; and1."HrA.rorll

Sr.. of Hamptony I She said farm families depend nO fully'K"'r heard NO 8 5!Annllcatlon!, of I i'hereby deelarnnted County .IO Telenraph"the n.w la<- .

afternoon. 111 H. XV H CVCONNKU. St. AllruMtlne. .'I pnner tn which this order mhall' bpubllnhed
ing entirely upon short staple Florida: for a Certlfl-' once n week far four ..
R. are sorry to report that cotton flue-cured tobacco or citrus rate of Publln Convenience and t-oneecutlve weeka.
Fountain Is very sick. NorcHKlly to trannpoit \tn Common I I WltneKM my hand and the, meal'of (,
Jewell I fruits as their major sourceof Carrlave of Panaenaem, and I'' thin court. Ht Htarke. Florida. .. ,
Minnie Lee and lIght RxiirenN between !Ht.! Au- A. It. '
seR Income probably will have a IhlH 26th day of Lt.I .n.h.r. ,
several days In Kiintlnej Meach and Htarke' Flor 104B. .
Ie spent and rela- little less for family living In ida, via St. AuKUntlne, over Stale I (OFFICIAL 8KAUV, A. J Tho,''',,'. .'>..f
1with\ friends 1941 than in 1940. lioail No. 140. thence over State Clerk of the Circuit Court. { ,
Itoud No, 49 to Ire.,.' Cove O A. Stephen, '
Those engaged In other typesof ;U SprlitKH, Thence on State KomiNn Plalntlffa All 0""")'. l-S4t 1-94
i't forget church cervices at farming, however have 'a 4'4 to Penney FarniB. Camp I,
Saturday and Sunday a ,- 4 'd Ulntullnw and Starke. 1 Florida.Propoatd .
reen slightly brighter outlook for In- nchedule conetltiitlnit, INTIIII 4'lllt'l'l'V'. 4-oi. HT KMIITIIJlltUltl.
come. $ two tilpn per day each wav. I' 4 IIICI IT OF .'.4HI-
1MK-KMT NO (R7S-Ant>tlcntlnti of il. l A'5ie "'0/1 SIll lll'lIltl9
,. ..
-----'-' &
"Family living JOHN M.Kit, DOItliiern )tVrV.iv
expenses are expected -
r"fIt, N ('II\N (-I.HV:
81 St. I Florida
)NES BUSINESS to be somewhat higher In I i A group of chorus girls in the cast of Blllroy'8\ Comedians Is pictured above. They and many for extension, of Certlflcit'n of A '% (Counlnn 4

1941 than in 1910" Miss Slices I I more of their talented sisters will be found In Billroy'u, 1041 theatrical extravaganza which appearsIn I'"hllo.n'.nl..n..., and NeceaHy I' .Plaintiff .
COLLEGErs. -' 1'0'... ZIti I I to transport' punneiiKeri .
said, 'a"811,l a. result the dollars I Starke on Friday night January 10th for one perforrrmnio, onlY In Its big tented theatre and Light exprvna. between Rllith\)th M CniiMlnii, '

McD. Jones farm. families spend for living which will be located corner W. Madison and Pxrk Place. The doors of the big tent open at \Florida,AumiNlliie via. State ni',"I .IoIt"r..1 I I nilllFM Defendant.: 01MF.IIVICr; )

[ I will buy less. I 7:15: P. M., with the overture following at 7:30: and the curtain Is at 8:15: sharp. run TO "\ ...'.q Princioal I "Some Penney FarmH and Camp) IllutiIHM'KKT STATF. OF Fl.t' >HlDAj I
------a---- commodities such aa I .1 11"/1'I TO Kllmilicth At. ...oll..ln.. tnl- 'It
I wool silk and leather will mont I II dencv Unknown :

'TED ONE OF AMER- | likely show, a marked Increase In'I II If Liquor Were Labeled "Poison," Alachuu County Hospital In MI1S. "J, \I.nF.H't.\"I.NO. 7S -- Appllcntlon" 4. I lit I II.t': of '' It I. hereby ordered. that the you flrd 1
are required' to appear on #
Gainesville has returned to his .Il .iHckBonvllle'
lIt Street Florida
LEADING SCHOOLS"loUNTING i price. Prices of meats and some I Would Be Less Scientists I'I'I for Certificate I of I public Convenience day of February A. D. lull before
S Drinking
I Say
home here ,
( fresh fruits probably will advance. where he recuperate. anti Nei'eaalty. aa ft Common I the above entitled court anulnnt( to the billof i
SECRETAU-I I I II Mrs. Vance Ruse 1 IK confined Carrier to transport freight.Jnck'u'uuvIIIe complaint filed you In ,
also. Only small Increases are Three of the I the above entitled. cauHe.1: N fl d"ltruudford "
country's leading I I I starts. a vicious circle of alcoholic to Camp' Illnndlna,
to her bed' this flu. .
week with
BUSINESS ADMINI- expected In prices of most staple psychiatrists have proposed the'' addiction." It be (I via' ()u'ange Talk and MkldleliurNTliilternut . County Telegraph"! .
might even a deHlurnated I the hewn.lsier
Charles : of Mr. and ., all
Kelly son Cove
via I tlreen
| ATI ON, COMPTOME- foods which farm families buy, labeling of every bottle of liquor good idea for bars to serve vitamin Mrs. O. C. Kelly is very ill with HpiliiKH) : thence to Statke, Halford In which thin week order for shall. fourconnerutlve bepunllehed "1.her."y 1.

SHORTHAND. such as bread and other grain acid\ in the United. States as tablets along with the free Lake I Iliitler, Wnrlhh"Unn'l I I I once w..k.Vlllle..a a*. .
GREGG flu. Tom who In
Hardy was IjiCroBMw and \ and
products lalieavllla"| .
sugar fats and dried \ hand and the ...,,1'
poison. lunch. Dr. Myers declared. I II my
return via Waldo .Ttarke. .and .
FLORIDA THEIR i' the wreck last week between
[ FLOOR fruits." I original of this court at Ntarke. F lot .Ida. 7j
BUILDING J A C K In interviews at the conclusion |I'' "Perhaps a warning label on a Starke and Camp Blending is able Jncknonvllle.hence over route to.| thin 20th duy of December A. [t. .. .5I84H
She pointed out that farm of a symposium on alcohol con- bottle of whiskey might not havea to be up and out. We wish them WITNKSS the. hand of the 8eeiretary .
families In some areas have an effect of the I Florida ItallroadConunlKnlnn
ducted the American Association sobering on many people
by .
all a speedy! recovery. Clerk of the Circuit ('ourt.n.
\ this school Jan-i
to one this 4th day of
a visit oportunlty during the first partof for the of but most people In the United A. Strphenn.
Advancement ,
atmosphere of busl- Mrs. G. E. McGauley and unry, 11I41. : 1-Jit 1-14
eel the the New Year to continue sup- Science, Dr. Merrill Moore and I I States can read and understand Jeo. I,. Patten I ,'lal"I1"tlorn.y.
| idealism and general educa- their Incomes (daughter Jeanette 0 f Mel roue It WMCUKTAUYI: :
plementing by workon the significance of the
Dr. Abraham 'of Boston
Interent. By 'ts dignity theIrs Myeraon warnlnlt'1 were visiting lelatives here last -- ... ""'1" ':"'" .N ,I.M
that herewideawake nearby defense projects.In Mass.., and Dr. Leo Alexander Dr. Moore declared. week. l\ Till') 0'\1''' .11 /lfI."'" (Ot I'S'I NOTICM 'la hereby. given that

are Impressed view of the clothing and of Harvard University declared I I "ToJay the Food and Drug Administration %! stub K 0.. Illl 'U..CHln under and. by virtue of a FinalDnrree
| business college! .. of Foreolomir nmd unit 1
I Leo J. LaChance was visiting ( Ot % 1'> Kl Ollll> \
the students receive eftt textile situation. Miss Slkes suggested that the Federal Food and Drug :: requites that manufacturers -I IN TUB AIATTKIt. OF! t I, rendered, by the Honorable A,. z.
cin It would be economical and Administration Mould require all of relatives in Tampa over the week (H"KHDIANSHIP OF XVIM.IAM AuIk ins, Jo. ge of the Circuit Court
specialized training. The I even simple headache ANTHONY ANDItlCWM, A MINOtl ,I II : of the 'tilth Judicial' Circuit of Florida -
of their Instructors practical for Florida farm women distillers to place on their bottles remedies specify the chemicals end.Mr. I '0'1'1f'.1 OK (.\ltlll' \N'M !in \1.1.3 I In and for llradford County, In i

flcatlons I to clothe their families and furnish a label warning: that the liquid isj I contained/ them and label them 1 and Mrs.. T. D. Dyal and Take. Notice. I Chancery, dated December lath. I,
In their earnestness certain therein
evealed that
In caune
with the students also their houses with home-made I I a narcotic
|alng cotton goods. I II harmful.No I use. It Is not too much to ask', Gainesville and Ocala Sunday. K. K. Perryman, County J 1111.. of Jordan. Plaintiff' and Irven B.,
direct and Intelligent dilln I I Hindfuid County. Klorlil, at the Iteriiard. I Defendant., the undeielKiied -
of school matters with I j She urged efficient planning new legislation Is necessary I I that alcohol be put In the same I I While In Ocala they'vlslletl Silver office of. the nafil Count)y JnuI'g. In I ., who wee therein appointed' .

j for family consumptloij and Increased 1 to institute such a ruling becausethe classification and perhaps this Springs. the County! Courtliouee at I"arklt'j" a* Special Master In Chancery toI
visitor.dividual. i Florida. at I 10:110: > A, M. ,,'\' ]I execute. the name, will on Monday
Food and Law I Mrs. Charlie Utchfleld of .
Instruction Is given production of home needs present Drug I warning would keep thousands of I I .February 10 1941. for an order ,, the :3rd day of February. 1941! dur-

student. Equipment, text-j pointing but that home-growth of empowers the :Administration to I persons out of our mental 'hos ''Alachua was visiting friends here'' aiilhorlKliinr! the eale of the follow- ,I ,IIIK the.. legal hotira... of sale, beforethe ,
I ( .urthlHl. door. lal'k"J
IIIK real estate! of William" Anthony'
and training are In accordthe I food contributes to health by make rulings considered necessary pitals. It Is' an experiment worth Thursday. Aiulrewn. ,' a minor t-wlt: !I i Florida sell to the hlKheet. and

most modern business 'furnishing better foods and at for the health of the public. Dr. trying.: |I I Marvin Haz'en of Starke wan An undivided one-third In.terent bent bidder for caah, the follow
1'1'' f $.,' Inadentlined lands, ultuate, lyingand
In soul toi tho \ :
ods at this school. I I the same time releases available I Alexander declared. I I huge Burden on Nation i I I visiting relatives here last week. of !HKVi of Section t and Wtyof ( I bring. .In Hradford County,

faculty maintains only' such' cash for more adeqnate clothing Dr. Moore added that "there la America's liquor hill I loa estimated I I Mrs. T. I. Dyal and children of 1011'1."r HWIof\ Si.ctlon 9. :: Florida to.wit! m -
alcohol should not all In Tp. 7 H It 1111 K.: alnolieKlnnlnw The SKVi: of Section 7, Town I.
|les and practices as will re- and medical services. no reason why I II at more than $5,000,000.000 Gainesville and Miss Dorothy al I the HoulheaMt corner ohlp 7, South Kane i* Kaatj with .f

credit upon the cause of! i iI I be labeled a poison In the same a year not including the cost of llrltt of Ocnla were visiting Mr of the SWV4\ of the "'Slc/ of the appurtenance. Said\ mile tohe 'P

btlon. Everything In Tnotl- FOREIGN 11CSINKSS I I way that arsenic carbolic acid the liquor" Itself.! and Mrs. T. D. Dyal Wednesday.Mr. nil North I 1,1 Section 427 fit. 4, thence and thence run. Went run .to MatlnfV made! pnrmiant the .name to ,and said l'lI"III.Decree'

and other poisons are labeled. If and Mrs. L. L. Dyal and thence Hoiith 427 T. Frank .......ndrum.A. .
business methods Is taught I During the month of September, 'I Dr Horatio M. Pollock of Albany 488 fet-t. run .. Hpeclul Mnntr. In 4.'ituu.uutery.ia .
this was done 'It would be a step I I feet thence run Kaat 41 feet
daughter Jackie ,
1940 American aviation concerns N. Y., mental hygiene statistician / were visiting to point of beirlniiliiKt t and alnobtKllinluK 4t 1-24 ,'
erefore 1t Is with a feeling did export business with 55 foreign toward I temperance and a decrease of the New York State Mr. and Mrs Alfred Mlckler of'' nt the Northeant, corner ,, t
'I In our terrifically high rate fhospitalizatioa Palm II'I (,r NW of NH'of Section IN 'Till) C'lIafT'r ("01'HT OK '1111.3I
pe utmost confidence that we countries! excluding! the belI I 0 f alcoholic ad- I Department of Health told members Valley Wednesday. j jMlHx 7, Tp 7 S. 'I it. 22 b)., ami. thence IKJIII'll: JtllK'IAI, I 'Hc''r' IN

end them to our readers. I ligerent powers. I 1 of the symposium on alcohol Leathn Kelly of Clewlston I'un South 213 I r..t. I thence run I INK, KOII llll C MKOIII ("'01'' NT\, ;
diets. I I Went 4HK feet thvnce ,lUll North ." ."11'II ,. IN" ('U S XK.ItV
that there are at least 1.000.000 was Visiting her parents Mr. and
Kant: 4MH .' ISTAlven
'. Alcoholism he declared, "is 1.- I 213 I feet thence run MITICM <> IIIFIOMI
chronic alcoholics In the United Mrs.. C. S. Kelly this week-end. feet. In point of beirlnnlnir all II. llaltnntliiePlaintiff ,- \
. CRANE COMPANY Y' ( 000 times a greater problem than .
lining In Tp 7 H. It. 12 lOnnt.Klluuivi ,
W. and
States whose earning or Mrs II. Weathersbee '
--- that of other narcotic -tlrug power ). J.., I HrHdfurd I'"..IIUY., -V.- '
M p. z: IIUDDLESTON 1\lanager" I any I economic value to the nation Is daughter Evelyn o f I'ompano):I Flotilla-I Pitul II. llnllnntlne.. .'
nod the attack on it should approximately $20,454.375,000) an- and Mr. and Mrs.: Valney Wail : private Hale, for 183:1: .1!) .l-axh. lie I Defendant. 1
located 'at 1007 Wes Bay ufuctured, by them. gin with such simple approaches I.t$ pHiltloit. I now on file In the TO: Paul o. llallantlne. whonerenldence
i I nually. land children of Cleveland Ohio: ,..... of nald County Juduje. this. la. unknown, .J,
ft In Jacksonville the CraneIs I Their stock of plumbing sup aa 'warning poisonS labels 'on I were visiting Mr. und Mrs.: T D. January' tIll, A. D I'.Ml.I 1 You are hereby notified thul a ?I'
a national organization. plies Is for the convenience of liquor bottles and perhaps on j Many of this number lire not I Flank t.andrnin hut of comfilalnt. nun heon filedBKnlnnt r
complete liabilities he said, but Dynl Frlduy.VANDKKKILT. i luardliiii of the entitle of William I you .In the office' tit the ,,1<( '
[ig been established In 1855. all types of manufacturing plants cocktail glasses. I thai I! I I i Anthony t Andretva.5t Clerk. of the' Circuit Court the .'; '
have branches .allover the schools and residences. The management Dr. Myerson added that "alco jho I estimated only those arrested 1.10 -? name lielnK ... bill of complaint. ford *,'.

It I and Jacksonville Is to be | and assistants are of hol in proper amounts Is a very' i for Intoxication cost thei I : I I vnrc notified to file I..,...
I 'country about 5113593000. To IN '' iiI! tu IH'I II' I'Ot'IIT OF TIIMriliMTII You Are hereby
\ 111.'t'tnl" Xormiin
agent and fly I Ij '
plimented In having one of Jong experience In Oils business. I effective therapeutic : JIIIKI\I. I III:I "'1' OFI'lOlllltt. your appearance. In wilt Ing, eltlier
establishments. It is-a greatto They are throughly conversant even In moderate amounts Is help- I this' loss he sulcl. must be added j I IN. NI roil llll\l- .. .. or by attorney, on or ,"
the estimated ,86.154:712:\ loss of Mrs. U.V.. Biubcr\ and HOIIH, | fOlllt ('()t' ''''5'l', IN t.IIVNtl'-H: ,ofore the Sri, day of February.I .
ful because mankind properly I I
the surrounding terrl- with Its every detail and are con- Dobble and Jerry have returned ,I NO. 1":1TIIN : I A. D IU4I, or .default will b. .r.r'tI.k..n
I needs sedation and relief earnings of the 31,220 persona in nalal."t In nald. Mult.
sidered authorities in all that pertains some flllKAT A !' TWA) you
mental hospitals due to alcohol- to their home in Jacksonville ( 'O.Mt'ANV: l I.. I I It, I In further ordered that thisnOtice \
klu firm is a wholesale distrl- to the operation of a mod- from the strain of modern living. '. a < 01 poral 0nruuiJsnI ) 1 he puhllnheil In the llrad-
I Ism and the $15.610.000 needed to after upending a few days herewith a n d ."lInll'' )
of plumbing and heating ern plumbing and heating supply !Many Victim In hospitals i i ', ,,,..tt.r Inn lawn of I Die) ford County Televraph' once eachw ;
Mr. and F. M. Norman. .
Ies. With business. 1 However he added. "If alcoholIs ''treat and maintain them them. i Jolt A I.. of Arlniinu, and havInir ) ".k for four coii"ecutlve weeks.WItimees
the exception of i.friilaiseal .
hand and
"In the the wastage Mr. and Mrs. Miller Johns and lie principal office and" my
110 and IndomrlalVlanta' they In this Issue It behooves to I taken In Inordinate quantitiesIt place of bunlnena. In the) | 1 ':4B.3I.t day ol DeienibvriI i
I ''of human values' chargeable to family of New River, were guests ,' .. I A. D ll ,
the ,,,..,
to dealers only. This Is one compliment this firm and management Is definitely dangerous to lily > alcoholism greatly reduces the an- of Mr. 'and Mrs. I... L. Renfro. of New York ) I IOFFICIAI. 8RAf.) A. J. Thoman. ii?
acksonvtl1e'. most essential upon the able manner human organism and every per- i Plaintiff ) I I Clerk Circuit Court of llradforil( I ICounty
; nual Income of the nation and 1st Sunday I I, I"'rldit.'
Is son who buys a bottle of alcohol ( j -VH- ) :
and since It opened ..forells In Which the business operated
I I have the fact brought 'to a potent factor In keeping a large We are glad to report that (''',\111.1':14: (I. W'fi.i John .,. lleiulerwnn Solicitor foi"plalntlfC
I It has gained a strong ani upon the progressive and public should I MIMIiilla I reHldciit, and) I 1-3 41 t-24 !
proportion of the population inI }Mrs. Johns has returned tol I
jiold In this section. spirited policies.The I his attention that he Is about to Emory cltlien: of Lynn iINnlM. )
drhlli poison." a dependent or maiglnal economic -'her home after undergoing unI Mannachilnettn, MIIH. ) : IN' TIIM 4-inri'"' filly ol" TIIM ,!
a potential I I
Invites the .
|ey are engaged In the plumb- management I II ,j condition" ]Hr. Pollock: supply business! and carry a plumbing and heating contractors I I Also he said many cases cf I I operation .band TIIOMAH. OltADY) Tlll "TtTM 0." p .011"> %, IV' '

| comprehensive line of plumbmd to Inspect their Tine t>f :supplies chronic uilcohdllsm might 'be prevented I I clared.I pltal In Jacksonville 'I 1 nldenla. of tjtnrke. llrad-) I ANII" FOH MM C I)"'Off I> ( OS :\'1'" ; l1
I ford County Florida ) IN :
another before '
In report the .
I of vlta- 1 t
the Mr. and Mis Kllli and
11 heating supplies, such as before making a purchase. They by greater use 'I Eugene Imreuiularuun. I Lester A. Duirauue, ,

tubs bath room fixtures also invite the public to visit their i m Ins. which correct alcoholic : symposia m, Dr. Myernon termed son! Marion of Wo r.th I n gton I I OMIthlH (IF .', III.ICI'lON' I I I I Plaintiff. ,
"the social attitude toward the I It appnarlnir by affidavit filed III. -vn.
heating plant and other show room and make a selectionof nervous disorders stimulate the I| Spring were visiting relatives the above Htylml cauee that) theOcfetidant Nellie Fl Durrance,

liatus, / what would have their appetite. and, overcome the need drinking of alcohol" as "one of here Sunday afternoon. Churlen ..I I Defendant.
laundry they tAtc''t.W. I I
trays. pIpe. \ :
drink which the most Important things In our In a rrnid.nt{ of a ; "Outulyoilier I .....,. Foil IHVOIK
Mr. and Mm.
F. M. Normanof
of all kinds which are man- contractor !install. for a Civilization" | than the Stale of Florida) I OllltKII OF "t' '1f.1"0"
Vanderbilt were in Jackson- I that hla rewldence. aa particularly HTATK OF FI.OIUDAt
<- Alcohol Is a narcotic drug anda villa business last as la known to affiant la TO Nellie II. !)ui'ranv.:
on : 'I'ltar:
: useful In he l.yn. County ot Knaex It appearing from the Affidavit
SERVICE one medIcine said
LAURIE YONGE FLYING J. M. Rosier and grandson .I \I..IU".h. ; that bin' mallliiK filed. i In the aboveentitled "11..
but It l Is also a drug 'used to enhance Jlmmie of Wood In wn were visit. Pitl'| .''.. evil niece. n' ..".11...... la that the place (if reeldencv .if Nel
I I. SERVICE AERO PHOTOGRAPHY good fellowship and evince 77 Central Avenue. Lynn. Mannahunetta II. n. Durrance, the Defendant, I.
Ing Mr. and Mrs. H. 1. Norman ; that there .la no pereon unknown: that her last upeclfloplace
AIRPLANE. SALES AND SERVICE gaiety and celebration as well alt Friday evening. I|1111 the State' of Florida the a.r- of residence. known to Affiantwan
FLIGHTS ceremony." I vl<'. of a. Hubpoena nr commons Neville, Florida' ) that said De.
II L,. Norman made a business upon whom would bind th. said fendant .la over the tugs of twenty- i
Municipal Airport Phone 55596 Jacksonville Fla I "The attitude of society toward trip to Glen St. Mary Inst Saturday leri'lMi.l iinil tlmt It la the belief, one yeara' and that there la no
the use of alcohol Is two-sided of the affiant that the mild' do. II..r..on In the State of Florida, .er.vice .
and 'ttfe .enterprise {I fcmlnnt I I. over he nee of 21 yearn. i I of aubpoena upon whom would 'I
aviation becomes more tinnt Authority. The initial cost of ages In this respect ,1. but the problem "must 'be met Mr. and Mrs Carl Norman and I'r IH THIOHKFOItM' : Olt|>Kltl'JD., bind. the Maid Defendant. I, I

every lay, so does the !. such an endeavor represents should! receive an undivided by social means and social reeducation -' family of Jacksonville vl..lt'ing That the defendant. Churlea I' of of were Woodbrldwa he and he In hereby the Defendant.. Nellie II.
the people Durrance.
dollars support well
of pilots and mecllanlcs. Investment of many as as by social 1' required' .be
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman to appear on or before and she la hereby required ti>
I. Yonge has left nothing un- ,' live equipment and operating: expenses this section.! legislation" he declared.IlROOKEIl. Friday ; I the 3rd day. of ......hru..rr."U to appear to the bill of complaint {tI.
to government answer the bill of fiI..d 1 fllxd' In the above entitled. .
'I I -a.une.
In t According
providing the most up-to-1 are very high. Let us help j A truck driven by Wood row'I In this ....".....- otherwise' tins- alleMonn "'... ,I whiireln the plaintiff' seeks to- ",b:
I facilities for training service. the public to realize the value aU Instructor are licensed \i the" ...fhI bill' of complaint lain u. divorce from the Defendant.'
I student service to the community. pilots and fully qualified as Instructor Thomas turned over on road I will' hot taken .... ....nr.. ....1 by ...1.1 Nellie.. II. Purr..'...., cm nr l>fore
of this
training school Isj ply :\1"... I_ I- Parker between Ralford and the State dvfendunt. Monday. the :3rd lav nf Fel>........".
'"med for this very service Not only are pilots and mechanics *. Farm last Saturday night The IT IH FI'ItTHMIO'lr'l'flNfJ A. It., 1941. otherwise the .11.....".
I be chart- May we suggest that you drive That thin order be puhllnhed. oncea tion of the en 1,1 bill will be
n It he la trained but planes may
training men and Mr. and Mrs. Gldd Howard of truck .
Investigate was owned by R. M. Alvarez week for four conneiullve wwekii. taken. ax confessed l by the !iu 'n to fly and handle a plane ered at any time for any point I II out some afternoon and/ Fairbanks spent Sunday with :: of this section awl was I In the llradford. County Televraph' Defendant ,
field and talk over with u of general' circulationpuhllnhnd IT IM ,
safe and which In emergencies and for ; the newnpnper FUIITHNH < 1IIDKIIUI that
expert manner. Instructions In fly Mr. sni Mrs. If. H Mott badly damaged but no one was I In lirudford. Citunty.l I I I title Order be puhllehed one A'' I
l<" Laurie Yonge Fly In f. Ser, buoineiui Is a great convenience. i him plans for Don't forget :Sunday School seriously hurt. ", ,,'jor''''". week for four connecutlve weeka
no community ing? You will find the cost very WITNKMH: my hand And the neat. In the Bradford I County Telegraph' ,
fs operated strictly in accord- There probably reasonable.C.pNDW4G Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and F. M. Norman and son Frank of .him, Court uf Hlarke, Florida.. a newspaper of general clrtillation. :
with the Civil Aeronautic 'this size that has bett'er advant. church afterwards with the Kev. were In Gainesville on business thin Sod day of January 1941. publleheil. In Bradford County.
(OFhllCIAI.<< UK AM A. f. Thomim Florida. If
C. A. Warren of Hampton pantor. taut Thursday.Notice Clerk cir.-nlt Court. I IIMJHMKY HONK' AND OltDKttKD: at Hfark.

COMPANYWURTLITZER You are invited to attend these MANN Ii.\ U'I'lN *"10)1'hI". thla limit. day of 1I.,'.",".'
O. Ht t'eteretiiirw, 10 iarldzi. Attorneyafor .\. I' IvKKOFFICJAI.(
services. : There will be a cemetery work "'...lnUrf. 1-3 fit 1-31'' ( tlreA I.) A..1. Thomas,

r AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPHS. CIGARETTE Mr. and Mrs. Graxly Baxter of ing at the Dyal cemetery Friday ]I I ____._ (lerk. i.j 41 t .a '

Baldwin were vlnltlng Mrs. Baxter's January 17, Everyone please:11! > vttt* r'iu'r r oi n'r. t-; n"1 -,
MAChINES ETC., SALES AND SERVICE I' and tools trim JllllfMtx K R|,t.IC '|"IO\ .'011
como ti
mother. Mrs. R. P. LewIs bring > I '
put. 1% AMI, .FOII Illl \ '' ) ) T\\:; I>KK.I4Men : : > ,
roo 1'1aI last weeK. trees I 101 ''II"rr. .te mil '%... III:.| 1,I
_ 240 West 7th Street Phone 56196of !> Jacksonville Mr. Hamp Conerly of Okee. I I I iv' f''VonY'l'I..lnllrr. NOTICH l It MKItF.MY OIVR.V t
|< O. C. Foncti. Vending the community. I I hundreds of other product that I chobee was visiting here last All legalblank*, promlmwr' '! Olin..v.II- Noah Nw.Taylor S', lentied hold.. lh of.. TaCertificate 7.'". I fl:'

line Company of Jackson- Meeting with Instant and almost I are consumed In the making. week. While en route here her I notes, retain title ,ie.ts.. carried i I I llefendantIIIMli Oentry. I day filed. of. tlept.mbr.' A. D. !(",'. hat 2 ,

I offers tp the merchants offlection universal approval 'the vending I I manufacture and malntainance of''I'II car caught fire and was completely In stock by tile nrmlford Count <> : OK KKIItltKf J JI made application.t. fur offUe tu an.l.i..V ha? 4'
I I %I'rls's 'I'(I .%l'Pl. iii a -- -
marketed the O. C. 'h. issued
are products by destroyed. T..wr1lIlh.. -- --- : l i
the vending machines machines of this company I If..I f..- H ilentry, .mhr..r.. Ih.r.n. i4veriei.u
zed by the State Leglsla-I now going to many places of bual-\ I Ponce Vending Company. 1 Mr. and Mrs.\ Roy Creen announce I TIIK: HTATK OFT .onlnA ; properly In the (uiiuawing'uunt". 'I..r..l.
ot ""'" ..
-:" or ft tu.trrtttI > ()iIu, n. Uentry JCvaldenc Unknown i' ." -'
There not establishmentin of
I an the birth of a. 10 Ib boy : F'I'.rltlu.
I in this section. ' .1.1.
Telephone %' /( 1O '
56496 and one ness I I -: %"" '1'llTh : of 10.wI' .

telr representatives will call i Coin machines in this auto- the section in It* line which ill born December 31. The baby hambeen VSVhh. whoc$lat.. ,,,,dlr.ps r rinrtria tn ",""'11.- I It I. hereby ordered. hit: youare Twp 6 K.HW 1..1.. of... *\"idasi.iNC. I. .
I. Rout No.
named James Terrell. >: required la appear on the :.Inly Acre..
|u and arrange to install In',Imatlc I probably render the I of greater commercial value than': 'i;' f 'Cr.k. (lunriclnYou ; lay bf F'. D loll, tie-1 I I "'rh..
I place of business the mach- age head Mr. and Mrs. I... W. Sowell of' .r. notified. that 1,111 i>f ..m- I r. r" the :.r".n1jl 'lnl court, toi, rrty under'anuisesment the eaIl nt the,' .Id prop

Ithat! most satisfactory economical this company. Its directing II Mlcanopy. have moved back on ,, "I.ilnt for diver,'" and due nrflilnvlt'for the bill of complaint filed aalnt j j i sued wits In the' ...rtrl'al. .i. ,
you would like. These 'I thin nrd. hftfl hn fll.il Int'Ircualt In lra
have i r you the above entitled .aune ': Helen. a,.
|lnes offer service service obtainable. Clean simpleIn I and associates opened up the'r'! farm near here, where they I!I, f'niirt of Fr <1'nr a splendid I Plnrliln. 'In her..ln Karl <.lr. I rtiricata" Shall be
vend anything channels of trade that heretofore plan to live this year and try ra. y hereby denlicnated an the newnpup accoidlna
II tu
profit to the merchant .U expe operation they Webb In ptitlntirr' noil Lucite VVVbl ,-r 'If which this order .balt he law lh.
,t. 'rom cigarettes to the scintillating 1 were unknown to local Industry I 'heir luck at farming. j |I. (t.r.nf).nt, and you are hr byrM ,."hll|iiih'if once a Week" for fourconnetullve I olil priert; to the described highest therein, Wilt' I,:
firm of the most famous or- Therefore In this edition we, Miss Marie Dyal spent Saturday <|ulrvd to Appear In pnM. <'nun ... weeka.Wltneim puurthous.. door nn the Mdiler at JlenT
Is \ fleet
one which bas rhythms < th. ,1r l tsr of F'hruHry. lt4O my hand and ,th* seal day In the .
kht publicity and businew acm shestras and singers ,!Lmthe world. wish to direa&Ahe. merchant attention with friends In Brooker and Hrnitrnrd fount. Tvlecruph '.1.1I of this court at "" .rk.. 1541 which I.Inontlt th. Dt 3rd. r.l.u..r,

to the of the depression this new to th4.-company and suggest LaCross a.*lnn,ttrt an.r' nw.pap.r thin and day of January February. 1111. day '
city of Jacksonville Born i I ,
I this exenta an that they Investigate these* J. C. Keen spent the week-end which. this. 1>. shell b. pubilnited.. .. ,I 'all. FI"rlda'j haled thia 12th... day ut ..
whole section and, .Uf unique industry onr. a w *lc fur four ennp rutlv lOFFICMIRAD A. ". her 1540. I
the direction the markets of Influ-I'added source. of revenue that, with his. parents In Fort Myers. w .okn prior to .said l l r.f..rn dalWltn I Clerk of the Circuit Court.f 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .1. i"iJ.'I"
of a ence on ... '
manag- .
offer. II. H. Mott who has been in my hand and ft' ) .l f atat ) A. H'epheni.Plaintiff "l.rk of f.lr..I. Cooni ,. $ .;
I high in the business circles steel wire. glass, paint they ,' Htark. Florida tl>l. 4th day of Attorney 1 .J 41 I." County "lurid. 12-S. t,



JAN 101941:


but no meeting place was decided 1!I Holland Says Additional Cash I announce any of the major -==:

_I SOCIETY and CLUBS I upon. It will be announced later. : pointments he will make in Val'l ap l_

After the business meeting, refreshments -j, Needed By State; Describes Problems ous governmental departments but

F were served to the I! said no resignations had yet
The taxation legislature> to consider. been
nine members the I received from officials
Alias Lewis Weds Morgan-Morgan present by
HoiewedAt serving
"The Voyajje" I lion Is "the major Internal prob- by
Holland said equalization of the
hostess" assisted by Miss Madge apolntment. of Governor Cone.
Woman's Club Mr. Endicott Miss Emmalyne Morgan daughter Brownlee. lem" before the 1941 state legis tax situation! Is of prime importance Asked for a comment
i upon)
I lature, in the'opinion of Spesaard and that he planned to delay the
of Mr. and Mrs. 1. U. Morgan of outgoing administration
Mrs. II A Lnwson, leader Holland
of the Mr. and Mrs. I Eddie J. Lewln who
meeting L. Holland was InauguratedFlorida's
The regular i hIs recommendations the
.1 of Starke, and J. W Morgan, Circle No 3, entertained her !said! he had none to make
Starke Woman's Club was held of Biooker announce the marriageof i governor for the next subject until a report Is made on except
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs J. W. that "Governor and Mrs
members at the
their daughter. Iva Mae, to regular monthly, cone
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: 0' four years on January 7th, a statewide by the Brook-
survey have
Morgan Gainesville, were cooperated with
us in
auditorium with James Endicott, son of L. L. social meeting. I every
clock In the club united in marriage at 3 o'clock I Some new sources of revenue Ings Institute.The way and have been
Mrs. K. O. Duncan, Kndicott and the |late Mrs. Endl The Lawaon's home ,was dec-| most hospitable -
the president, "
must be found to replace of ,
part full
Sunday afternoon, January 5, In new governor promised
Wain- cott of Inez, Ky. The weddingwas orated with artistic ,
In the choir Mrs N. D. I arrangementsof
Bronson. The ceremony was per. the $1,350,000: annually producedby cooperation to University of FlorIda I
read the an event of Friday, January narcissi and winter for
Wright Jr, secretary formed in the offices of the greens the state ad valorem tax ab- officials to produce an improved Typewriter ribbons ot all kind
of the meeting 3. and took place In the offices this meeting.The I
minutes previous county judge of Levy County. Mr olished by constitutional amend-j(I football team He did not !II For sale at the Telegraph of tic&.
of Judge K, K. Perryman.
11 and Mrs. W. H. Hart, treasurer, County : and Mrs. Morgan will make their leader led the devotional went, Holland pointed 0 I -- --- .
gave the financial report of the The bride was graduated from home In Starke, where Mr. Morgan service, using an her topic "Stew. cently In an interview. -

k club. Bradford County High School In Is employed by DeWitt C. ardship of the Child." Followingthis j Even the most rigid governmental .

sj Mm.. Duncan announced that the class of 1940, and later attended Jones. Mra. Lawson presided over I economics could not make O C 1(19, EBO Oil 7n
the the brief business at
the club \ sponsor religlouapicture meeting
Business the full amount provided by
Massey CollegeIn I up
"Golirotha" on Friday, which time plan were made for|
All Baptist Circles the 3 :5-8 mills state tax upon KNOWLEDGE
Jacksonville, where she
January 31st and urged everyoneto completed the rally which Is'being held today -| real estate, he explained. TQ ps
attend. a special secretarial course. Have Enjoyable MeetingsCircle in the church. It was re- '

The following nominating[ committee At the present time she is em- ported that five members had I Irea.d Another revenue problem he
No. 1 of the Baptist W. of the said will, come up if the gross
appointed by the t sixty-four: chapters i
waa ployed with Stairett Bros. &; '
M. S., met Monday 'at the home receipts tax which produced $3-
j, Mrs A. Z. Adklns, Bible during the month of be.i I
president Eken at Camp Blandlng of Mrs. T. K. McClane, Sr., with : 000,000 for schools last year is
chairman Mrs L. D. Vining, and cember. I
; Mr. Kndicott received his edu- seven members present. Mrs 1..1 i repealed. The 1939 legislature,
:Mra. 13. L. Matthews. During the social hour the
cation In the high school at Inez G. Powell, leader, conducted In which Holland served as senator -
The president alMa announcedthat Ky, and Is also employed at devotional I, reading the 28th,hostess served tempting voted to repeal the gross receipts -
ments sandwiches. and
the vice presidents are tomake Psalm. Prayer was led by Mrs. refreSh-,1, lax but the measure was
their annual report at the Camp Blandlng. R. A Thomas, mission chalrman.1] Mrs. Paul Raymond killed by Governor Fred p Cone's t
February meeting. At the present time, Mr. and who also gave an Interesting talk V H. Garden were hOHteanoH. to veto. 11 II 5 (J // -

Following the business meeting, Mra. EndIcott have an apattmentwith on Italy, I the Young Matron's Circle which f Holland said repeal of the tax ,,k, 11 Ir+ ,
r Mrs R. J. Davis, accompanied at Mrs. Havnoah Johns In I met in the church annex Monday y
Plans! were completed for the "rents exclusively with the legislature" !-
the Mrs. L A. Canova, Starke; night at 7.30: o'clock. I
piano by
All-Day Rally to be held at the! : but "I have advocated repeal -
sung. "My Wild Irish Kose." Church Friday, and refreshments I I Mrs. II. J.. Hough led the de- because I consider it an unfair

Mra. Canova played a beautiful Itaiford Masons: Install were served by the hostess duringthe Notional, using Bible scrlpti\re relating -I and inequitable tax, and I I
piano selection, "The Brahms New Officers to the "promises." Mrs. T. ,"
social hour. think the public views it as such 1.. / nr/tf **e ABOUT H.OOO
Cradle Song." The February meeting will be'IK. McClane, Jr., led In prayer, 'One source of new tax money > "/fl-CXWDITINET>OMS H&HffiMS
The following new officers have and plans for the Rally were completed favored Holland Is an Increase crsfo 8YI/oSflI1/J & s
Mr!. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., held with Mrs C. A, Knight. by '
reviewed "The Voyage," Charles been Installed by the Ralford) Circle No. 2 met at the home from three to five per ''cent In : N Ir "

Morgan's newest _book The I Masonic Lodge No. 82: of,Mrs. II. L Brownlee with Mrs Eight member were present, the state tax on pari-mutuel wag ; T "1

+ writer, although English, wroteof FLr P. McLendon, Worshipful J." H. Lord as co-hostess. The and Mrs L. W Enfield of Law- ering and taking the "odd-cents" ,

France In the 1880'B, depleting Master; A. J. Rogers, .Senior devotional was led by Mrs. tey was a visitor break from pnrl-mutuel pools, sass
life in the provinces and In Warden; E. F. Redding:,, Junior Brownlee, assisted by ItJJrs. R. L Mrs. L. H. Jennings will entertain which he estimates would producean 1 t"
gay Paris. The author eo stated Warden; M. E. Grlner, Secretary- Cox. Mrs. A. M. Darby, presidentof the Circle In February at additional $2.200,000 annuallyfor INDUSTRIRL ''

the reviewer, makes his characters Treasurer; V N, Geiger, Chaplain the W M U., gave an Interesting her home on Walnut Street. Increased old age pensions.The RIS69RCN PIPESERD

DO Intensely. alive that the reader ; C. D. Nettles, Senior Deacon "- talk on missions. federal government matches .. '

entirely forgets himself and lives ; W. E. Feagle, Junior Deacon An offering was made for benefit -: Miss (Hall Becomes Bride the .state's expenditures for old AN AMERICAN COMPAN7

with the fictitious people. Ther- ; B. Hirithfleld. Senior Steward of the Training School at' Of Mr. SimpsonMiss I age assistance. HAS THAT PBVEIOPTP MAKES.MOV/ING A CCWPOONP I" EGYPT /a 9 fays EACH yeAR
essa,. the heroine and a very I ; A. D. Dobbs,' Junior Stew- Louisville Florida's participation In the AIRPLANES rNVlt/BL8 t4I1E OBSfRVBD NS HOllPl1ysl- ,
striking personality, was made ard; B, Whltfleld, Marshal; W A. Mrs W. 0 Stringfellow will I Muriel Hall, attractive I national defense program was dIscussed oJ OVERCAST nays

vivid and compelling through the : Browning, Tyler, lead the devotional in February, I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnS. by Holland In,, his 30-min- EXCEPT AT RANGE nrTRWEl.ySHOOT

deft Interpretation of Mrs. Wnln- Hall of Starke, and Samuel T. uter Inaugural address. 9t
----- ---
"+ wt i EI li4 whoettQyrncharal'"agG I Simpson, son of Mrs. L. B. Simpson Members of the Incoming legislature + Sri a'.

iersatfityhunttO.hEr presentation Carolyn Callstreet I and the late Rev. Mr Simpson he declared, 'are serious

I'I'a. thoroughly sympathetic one. also of Starke, were quietly minded men. Without. .'exception<. -
"{ Following the review a delightful married New 'Year's Eve in Pa- I they are impressed wan the fact
r latka, in the presence of a few that we are Americans first, and
social hour waa enjoyed, at
Camp Blanding play day- Simpson's wedding ThoughtIt intimate friends.' 'they will want to do their utmost COHPtcxJOfl O Hi THfl ICHOOtt.GfFFVtAUTOMOBILE
which time'tempting refreshments Hip, hip HOORAY! day wasn't to be until spring to cooperate fully" in the -- AVD AoM4 a r.a 'r msr mrF,..errlD
Mrs. Simpson, who Is attending I .me AVERAGE
of hot coffee salted .
cake and Befbel
Sa man's world girl A The weather we have been M THIS, COUNTRy HA5 ass tooo woes
having: defense which he termed BUILT I
served Bradford County'Hlgh,, School, Is program Cat .w80r WAS oM.CU>PfS VJfnt
nuts were by the follow- ,
man's world But a gal's paradise latel ydoesn't feel much like I "the paramount thing" for the ABOUT tf.ooo srwggns eTSNSED'HGRSTCA1fAStAfrNF7CFMW,
a member of the 1941 graduating !
ing hostesses; Mrs L F. Chap- I
If she wants a dale lately doesn't feel much like. .
class and Is a popular member or I
man, Mrs. p D. Fancher Mrs.
: Soldiers got $450,000, and Starke lations. anyway, folks-even If
Joe Wallace, Mis. L. A. Shepherd the younger set. I
:must have gotten at leant $400- you did put one over on I
i your
Mr. received his edu- |
and Mrs J. C. Booker. Simpson \
000 : saw ,
of It Actually 'emtolin' Aunt
Carolyn. cation at B. H. S. and is at present -

Typewriter rlbbonx. 'Adding Two the,burly money soldiers out of staggerla',the bank .I .Speakln of mlssln things. ,, employed: at Camp Blandfng ( So R.JOHNS & SON
Machine paper, Itamlnglon Tjpewriters. Why wasn't I an officer in the' They are at home to friends j ,
under the load Guards ahead :
Presbyterian .1 I I
Church ? .
.-For Sale at Telrgntphrflco. at the home of Mr. Simpson's
and behind Sfrsjige sight; Preacher and Mrs. Allen had I
,. ; a mother on Clark Street. j
on these une-to-be quleb. 8treetl with all the fixings for! I Ii
Epidemic ofCold i their officers, husbands and wives'i To Sponsor Picture j Ph.one 4$ dear S. A. Ego ,Depot

'Nother evidence of pay day !. They're really ravin' about I! i

Symptoms On a aide street near .the the ham loaf, split, beans in butter 'I :The Woman's Club will sponsor

City' Hall lay Ia< new 'shoe ,box, I an' dessert ((Gonna ask Mrs the religious,'.picture, "Golgo-i 25 Lbs. White ''Kelloggs 'Corn :
t416 Liquid! or 000( Tablets with 060Stklvc and one old shoe! ,.. Wonder A. 'what Itwaanobody: 1 ''
seems toknow.'cept tha. to be given\ on Friday, January I 75ia Flaksl'5p
or Oft None hops generally where the other was? that It was scrumptious 3lPt. This picture a "talkie" )I Silk Flour 2 For

r Uv.>vw cold HynipfatrM the lint I M. P.'s (Military Police, not ) Dare you (to ask Carl ''of the "Passioa Vlay" comes
day. -Adv.r MOUNTKD: police, Dora.)havin' a Knight who his date wast I has':
{: recommended. It
busy time keeptn' their" buddies II I. Hear I I. to be' the best picture of 24 Lbs. ,P ? 6))P "
r To The Public: (I I walkln' the straight and narrow the Woman s Club In soon proved I7cSamon I tI 7c
the to be proI I
; I to be the scene of an "invitation Passion( Play ever .
Tough job--but somebody'sgotta ,
r I am still In the Laundry and I'. do It UnncrstnnJ only" dance Invitations to duced., H also has the largest Flour "
Dry Cleaning Musings!! and with. girls Put on by officers of i mass of people ever to be shown I .
established t.r.
they've M. P. headquarters I I '
I the same Laundry I have been: I!I one of the Mississippi companies,jort t the screen. The Universal Large Cans !

with foV twenty-two months. I I I Had. a In hunch the Armory I shoulda.,, been, for their' boys Good,! ole Miss! :: Producing Company;" will' present ": 20 Lbs.Pillsbury. 1 5C

CLAYTON',STRICKLAND J out snoopln' on Noo Year's Eve I Now's my chance to sway In the picture. i 0 c Fancy Peaches
the arms of a uniform tn I Flour fml
: Adv. Starke. Kla.l I Missed Muriel and Sam I They .
a IIttrt'ly! are enchantln' Marriage :Announced Large Cans
-,,- .. ....._ iMrs I -
------------ Just can't '
get used to seeing
'. EttIe :Miner of 5 Lbs. "i.5e
Lnwtey ,
the S. R. O. (standing room only) Sliced! Pineapple !
announces! the marriage of her 23p.
sign at'the' Ritz Doesn't matter I
Extra! Extra! .what the picture: la-it's always .I.I daughter, Beatrice Miner Motes Sugar '
Large Cans
to Frank J. Wells of Live Oak
,, ._ packed Bet even Theda ,
-- 1
---------- 4 in
Bara would draw ,a packed house I on January Jaaper. 5 Lbs. Fancy Blue Juice 2! 7c

I these days f An" I can remember -.', girl, after all. 7iI I 21 C'p.!

I when, they used to AD-1 I l Fran Peek's bright red Jacket Rose Rice .
business [la nvs' becomln' to her petite
Guess Mitch Edwards had to type of beauty0 Must be very) .0c

/' ATClarJean sell out his meat market causehe's I attractive to the Army, also ,j 5 Lbs. Navy, Great Potted Meat .

gettln' 110 many chairmanships Least ways I think It was Fran,; Northern -
he Jus' doesn't have timeto I I saw ridln' with two handsome I II or 25cMaxwell 3 Fort Howard

Sfaoppe tend to business -> Was already soldiers late Sunday afternoon. .l! Baby Lima Beans "

and Farmers'chairman of City Council I By the way Unnerstand the I II T n.t Tiau'" kJ 0 C
Market Committee, Peek fambly will soon build on '
Friday and SaturdayULTRA I and Tuesday was elected chairman j I Church St., on the lots east of I 1 House --

I of the County Commission I i the Darby home .. My, my 23c 3 Plcgs
SMART DRESSES FOR SMART WOMEN I I ers Hint for next Christmas! How Church building up! 10'Coffee

nUT SMARTLY INEXPENSIVE: Give him a gavel His old one l!l i An,,' I can remember when the I Ir Matches C

I, will be, worn out by ,then | F. }I. A,' used to turn up Its I II
Was I dreamln" or did I see I figurative nose at
1OF a parkin meter salesman aroundat There was a time they,, 25c' '
% and//2 I OF afternoon the city. hall late Wednesday thought. you didn't live on Wal Broom Salt 5 r

T Maybe it's suppod nut, you didn't own a pair of j "

to be'a secret but J silk stockings to your name ,
OUR REGULAR STOCK OF EXCLUSIVE wouldn't be a bit surprised If Callln 'all jitterbugs! Call- I MEATS

DRESSESFew <: meters were our next city "Improvement"1 In' all jitterbugs! Save your

A bit of chit! and, a bit of chat: I the ecergy winter for season-the biggest-the President's event of Roll o'r Tub Fresh Tender

Warm Robes.-Chinille! and Woolen $5.98 & $6.50 I Hear Claire Chapman's violet Birthday Mail Will probably 37 C 1
Reduced to $4.25 shoes (to match her violet dress) ba held on Friday.\ January 31. Butter, Lb. Brisket Stew Lb. C
were quite stunning at the Woman's .
Vanity Fair Pants this time Hear promoters are
-$1.00 items reduced to 79c i Club -
meetln'Veelne.clay afternoon dlckerln for the Armory 'cause
Bagra-Values up to $2.98-79c Almost forgot to tell they figure the crowd this year Print All Cuts Native >

Costume you that Santy brought Lois Ad will be too TOO great for the 3C 25c
Jewelry-Reduced!! 1-4 off I
A klns a luffly radio and FIVE hot->': Woman's Club .Hope they Butter, Lb:: Stsalc! Lb. ,
Group of Gifts-l-2price_ ties of perfume! Miss Amelia. engage the service of Ted Sherwood -

Larkwood Hi-Jenk Socks-$1.00 value 79c Ray (one of roy,favorite persons) an' hla music! makers Wisconsin SmokedCheese
Many other items' received Srt Christmas! t'ards-&n.1. I Kveryr-ody neemeJ to 'era
greatly reduced-COME: EARLY! enjoy! 29 (
These items no wonder--such! n sweet per the last time they played here 17C
must Make Lb. ,
pro. your selections FIRST sonallty Madge Ml.ldleton'! ( Bacon, Lb.
Group of Menlo sweaters-made of imported
yarns proud of her new
maroon Chevvy,, Well. I eee!! that Starkettes are
Regular $5.98-Now $3.75 but 'lows she's t II Fresh (all beef)
a t jull' a etartln off 1911 by garnerin' their Hams Lb.
Suedine warm jackets-$3.50 value.--now $2.50 '"cracker" Can't get: used to 1 usual quota of hnnorsV.. P. 18c ,

Leather bill fold sets-1-4 off the> gear' shift on the ateerln' Smith named an honorary colonel Hamberger, Lb. Pic. j 8c
wheel ,
Group of children's dresses 'Cording to rumors on the staff of Governor HollandAn' ..
-1-4 oft;Group of shirts the etork's
gonna be doln overtime Emma -
.i "-__ 1-4 off. Roseville Pottery 1-4 Chalker gets one -
y off duty around here
pretty of the highly-sought hostess-nhips : TUXEDO FEEDS
VISIT THE CLAn.J :AN SIIOPPE: soon Nothta like doln your at Camp Blanding Knowing :

4 for real bargains during these two days of after bit for the country, I all us nay these two, I'm sure they'll make> I '

Xmas clearance good In their respective: capaciI Special Spscial 24
Hear Martha Mrownlre will 1 I ties Ahem? 2 70 p. c.,
Flowers for Come on, :
any flowers -F. T. D Member\ -We wire stroll to the strains of the weddin' Callstrf'etersrVh '11 be next I Egg Mash e Dairy 90

anywhere, anytime I march some time In April{! to climb the ladder of fame? .... bad a :
I I' Lucky guy he Is Doctor -
NO RETURNS NO REFUNDS: NO EXCHANGESALL ( from fax they ewryobdy get a r rJIOmtlhlng SpecialScratch
but little ole a C., and '
SALES FINALCLARJEAN I,knows his nurses I'll say all I get Is bawled out for nQt 2 00VJ.Jte
-Glad to
\ ,see lame"qt, "
E'\ flu
-, -" .-- -- victims thQ i nuvjn\ \ J my copy In on l1.m1' ? ,.! s ,.
-- out
-- -- '- I again Jeanette i Curse I'd better call a halt an"1 e

SHOPPE !:Naiworthy.Klncaid. Myrtice Ruby Johns Carpenter, and, oth-Liz I : Fee If, anyway I can beat, the deadline onetime i St: ter.grcw r* Strawberry Sp r r$2S:00: ten

t, Phone 97 Starke Florida I era Jeanette had to miss all ''I I' 2 90 We
So long Sea you in the'next Deliver Anywhere 'In County
i the hectic Christmas rush at her I developer Mash e =

ahop;. but maybe she wa a lucky 1 -Carolyn. Wilson" Toomer- .Fertaizer]


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= -- i ida Bible Institute which is located I scheduled for officers and specialists Yew

r BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Thrifty Pork: ]Dishes at Tampa Florida. Although between- now and' April 7 1

he Is now traveling In I Fifteen 'ot'the classes, including
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.. -- --- -- '--- ---- ..
---- '-.0. r; By Katharine Fisher southern Georgia he will be In one for cooks and bakers: opew*

["II. J Hogg ww the guest of' lira. Jack Williams of Gainesville :Misses. Jean Davis Margaret Director. Good Hostkt9frin lx>ttn.lt Jacksonville next Sunday January the first of the week. Two more
mother, Mrs Sach Brown, la the guest of her parents Pearce. and Miriam Guy returned 12th, and the following day, Mon-I] start tomorrow and others wt1I

cntly.I Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs I Sunday to Tallahassee to resume _' II I day, the 13th he will be in Staike I get under way through the remainder -
their studies at the Florida State Because pork Is of speaking at the Gospel Taber- ,
one the less-expensive' meets It \I" a f I Lack business, Mrs. W. J Epperson Jr., and College for Women.Mr. many homes- particularly at this time of the year. In buying poivr' nucta..
I tor to BrownOa.. the first daughter, Mary Sue spent last any meat-be sure you look for the government's round purple stamp I I i -.- JIJIIIIl- .., ;i

ft the week. weekend, In Tampa with relatives and Mrs. S. R. Wallace and "U. S.i Inspected and Passed". This stamp guarantees I Studies Start I .0- v- ;1r nI
:i*' .. that the meat was safe and wholesome when inspect
,", j son Stewart, of Winter Garden 'fl.I. ed. Remember too that pork must be thoroughly W. K. CHANDLEREXPERT /
At I
u.. Eldrldge Smith bILe re- and Miss Ruby Ellen Wallace of I > cooked. Never forget that! It won't become dried out BlandingSeveral I I 1.I 1.
Led from a few days trip ,to Mrs. L, A. Davis .has returned Palatka were recent guests of r '-' and unappetising& if you follow the Institute's duec- I'I ".
T Petersburg from Atlanta Ga.. where she :Mrs Frank Hoover. ::5 .Iii lions below. hundred officers and WATCH REPAIRING '!

visited her brother. E. H. Perry- f q> ', When roasting pork here are four "muts" neece.t men of the Slst army division I I' -
... '
; '. encamped At Blanding for a year'eactive ( RINGS "
man. ,5 "n to achieve WATCHES.
Flume and daughter, nary perfect rl'lIultll. Use an uncovered
llrs. F. F. Friends here of Dr. X W. .
roaster; place roast fat side up. on a mall, open- duty began; study of the' JEWELRY
Friday '
Clara Flume, pent. ', Dr. and Mrsi E. 0. Manskerof Brownlee'. glad to see him .. ...-...":/>'. meshed wire trivet or rack; don't add water; and latest methods of warfare Jan-1 I -lJ
Jacksonville, again In his office after being ..", don't baste the meat
Tampa were visitors to Starke uary 0. I "
White's StoreCall "f
i i iMr. confined at his home on accountof Boned ,
Rolled Shoulder II
wet 4H ) 4 Ihn. afterRATHCRINt
and Camp (
Blanding after- tq
and Mrs E. Lawson and Sunday an attack of Influenza. Brigadier General Sumter L., t tS1'ARKE
noon. FISHeR rolling! ) Roast in a moderate oven of 360: F, alr I Street
I Jerry, ,were recent guests of j >,,*ctroi .owirg 43: min. per lb.Good Lowry Jr., commander) of the
tlves in Savannah ,Ga. Dr. A., S. Morrow, of Jackson Jimmy Sewell and Andrew Z'j laatrtu ourt..pnf,. Boned Stuffed shoulder wgt. 0 to 8 Ibm. (b-fore 66th Field. Artillery! brigade, Iv ll- FLORIDA t tI
stuffing). Koast in a moderate of 360 P. !
D. Vining was in ville was the week-end guest of Atlkina Jr.. returned Sunday to inS 40 min. oven allow. reeling 23:* training courses
L. lb.
Mrs. thn Citadel In Charleston, S. C., per i
Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee and
_ncBViIle Monday afternoontlng 'after spending the holidays herewith i Roust .Pork Loin. A 2'4..to 3'4-lb. lon! (about 9 chops) requires 33
| a friend, who la 111.r. '.family i their respective parents.Mr. mint per lb. in a moderate oven of 330";) F. Ur it may l bl roasted: in a
very hot oven of 600 F. for 15 min., then at 350" 1'fl'r the rest of \a'rew rii
( and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Marvin Montgomery, who has the time allowing 3-1 min per pound. A 3',;- to 4\i-lb.! loin (about I 12:'!
family spent last week-end. been visiting Olin _White, Jr., returned and Mrs: S. T. Dell and shops) requires! 34 mm. per pound in a moderate oven of :360" F, Or
with tplatlves.pr Saturday his, home in daughter, Miss Olive Dell and '1 my. *be J roasted in a very hot oven of 50* F. for IS mm., then J
I Jacksonville.I AIra S. T. Dell Jr., of Gainesville .-t at :350"J: F. for the rest of tie time, allowing 30 min. per lb. I

and Mrs O. L. McRae of I were dinner guests Saturday (All RerlpeeTdlled ti GooJ llomttttpittg ,IntiimutUM
the Harry Carlson and young of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brown- ., .
during liutliaiHipvravwt
'0 wero I nif urlim cups and >i>uuiw. Mciuun /K,.l,
son, Roy ol Jacksonville lee
I of Mrs. Frank Hoover. were
lays Spurn'ib .
i guests last week-end of Dr. and! ,

lughes Register of Tallahassee | Mra. L. H. Jennings Mesa Ida Lulu Davis WlR A 1 e tbv. thinly:RptrerlhB.l.c.d: oufc.n i Py i.n tap, dry' salt!or prepared i

It t several days here last week ', I guest\ during the holidays of Miss I '1 10 a...ounniHl.'b'".tomato. a 1'b per.d,'?. rninnliilHl mrdium, ....putntm.....muster. .. 1 r 'IAtE.N+ .bookl.r.Jot kM
his cousin, Charles Lawson. Mrs. Gene Griffin .and tlaugh- Mary Jo Caldwell of the State ai ofbriiht
I Place
bait of 1 ll
.pn--rll.il In
I' ter, Miss Verna Jean Griffin, of]'Farm When she returned home I rover, with. ,. th. onion., and pip, with bottom rem.tnlnir of. ..n......unoovarad.'ib.. Combln.. rim\>"n,n., I In .
Jacksonville n. dlent. except t.otato and pour I
of night marshal Ben were holiday guests Miss Caldwell returned with .v.r .pui-crib. Co. k pntitun Rew/krJWxe
J-rlends I In bolbnq. WHIM for 10 nin. Drtln and .. In -
rr n pun urniind .1'UI'rllo. t/w1 i '
tzendorf will be interested toIv ( of Mrs. E. L. Biggs. I and spent several days here. hel'l Jink In u moderate men of 580' F. about It h.... or until well brows Ib R 't i
that he Is back to work .and Under. Serve. e. To .*r\. t. or S, make H this ...,1".. :v'( ."

fer being confined to his homeuse Elizabeth Lawson spent several Mrs., J. B. Mills and daughters Stuffed' Pork Shoul.lc.I"I'e. NOTHING LIKE IT UNDER.yVX'TME rf.ft/tlrLMN; j': :
.of illness. days last week with her 'frrandoarenta Mls Edna and Dorothy Mills I ..>ft bread erumtw I e. aitnnod whol..ln| corn' a...... SUN OR- MOON S.< ""'O 'r .
Mr. and Mra.; Qt- H. : and Mrs. Harold Mills, nil of: Mitt tb.p, mulled butter or nrnrgftfln O 1 .JJOr/ !HO
4 tba .. J iTtoVlb" 'HfIE : //li :
In Lake D chopped r n pepper .
Register, Butler. Green Cove Springs were guests pork! honlder BILLROVJ15COmEDIRHS -i
I Sunday of Mrs. E. S. Thomas and I' I Uwp. chopped" onlun.. twjt After boning THETOJNE :it'.. ,) ,:
Tombln all (Inuredl. .nt. but the park: and n.e to one the ."aul"... 1
i Mrs. Rosa Duncan of Lake Air. and Mrs. A. J. "Wilkinson 111 'ulDit It hn. lea l a cn,'ket1'W up ftrml with ..,an. cord and r-n.t :i
\\tff MISS THESE ler, was the guest Thursday But.j I in a roudtrt u...n of SOU F., allowing 40 min. par lb. (tun.luffed weight). I"I"al'EJIfY

r41A her Ron and daughter-in-law :Mrs. A. M. Darby accompanied I Ii Pork-nnd-Noodle Cam prnle> ,THE.! QRCATCST SHOW ON EAJ\Tii J a \.\ "j.

->; ; 't and 'Mrs. K. G. Duncan. i by Mrs. C. W. Chalker of Gaines 1 (Using Pork Leftovers) .Io..t.r:: FOR l'tiE. ."" ,..MNEV.. '..o '.: e',. oI".., ",11-. .-...' I

Whir I ville Is upending several days \I e. onenokH wide no.Mil**, broken up 2 c. RnrCy ...t... Amerlcnn rhreS .. ...;.'n v..I.J.&Y .'I"..\...I'" "'I !'!QI.:" I 'I'.I ,\
r spm Wii'f: I Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree this week In DeLand as guests of I small onlni. mlncud 4 r. en.rfly' round >uok d pork DATE/ !# ,.' ,, :V CTIIS
1 limp butter ,10(1( ,
\ or marnarlnt 1 tup. .It) .r"I ::S !I.
ty of Jacksonville were 'guests re-1 i'Mrs.: D a r b y's son-in-law and I e.canned tomato Juice >(, up, pepper <. J\i

'Gently of Mrs. Boree's daughter :.Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I Took nnodlet In bolllnv steal l w.t.e until fender, Prcln Bnute .onion pasvrpm'MMou.'V I f ,'" r ;fl"
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Marko. In butter In a eklllet until .....'.>.. Add r.'mnlnl-t Initririlenu\ end theo p.en.rlln.r .F1.oflr:. ' parenta'l'I I II dle., end mi thoronnlily Pour ln... a vrenrt I'''\\I.",. h.kln. dot, h. .nd .
:SPECIAL! / /// \
NtCH I l>nk. In a derittelv hot" oven of n1 F, for 40 min. S.,,,... t tnerutuly.. I ItnrluK LO4NA p.r..J'IRL5. ;!! ,: \'
To ..rv. 8 or a. mike. Hi this recipe. : '
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Bibward Loll who has been & f;'" In bar llnnr : !II i .r> 4 \'r

equal*.2 A> Ibn. ?? < three daughters of Gainesville '1'employed at Camp Blanding bus Pork. J>>olnlnC"II. niiil Sauerkraut ..i. at out lute ,+,:" I /lJItoI ta' 11 I f'.t'1 1R

ktt tpinach (M.o..) ,22 C were' gut.Jts Sunday afternoon' |, returned to his home In Ocala ( I'sitig'! Pork I..f'mt"n) 1Jf AllatbllT'W.Abt t4ItJ1r, : L'. : ,t' ,
'Mr. and Mrs. H. 1 I I where he assumed his duties the CJ \ .. '
Brownlee., 1 No I can asurrkrant potato. .< "lMd thin ., f/'IUnl" \MO' 'W :-,. {{
SPECIAL! i'first of the year as superintendentof 1 r shopped' nar.d.ppta.lice.ealdroaatpatk: ; 'L"JT"' .... > ComT ... '\ ,I Jwvr, .J-; .1 I fl
)if CSRN
; Captain and Mrs. H. C. Wall of!'[ public instruction of Marion ,, t .,l .. .. .. 1 ,1 j', PPfCI': I IL '
Mix eauerkreul5wi h tipple and plnre In a .r .. d, h Mi> 2ot.tjMpmle. t '
St. Augustine were guettts several County. Arranp..It rnni. .'1..* if pork and mwi. nt ullred\ potato' T.II) : .,-o/I"j" '; : !f! .lR.ofJ1i!/ j \
ate ,... ." .
}ou ::23c on top preuInp them down Imo nmi-krr.ut Ton with char a C iver,
I' I'
I he farm .(aSi days last week of Captain 'Wall'sparents anti .lull In a modermto oven of ISO* K. for I V4 hr.., or until potmoet. are '.'''' IIE.iunFULNEIt' x1tJi/as .;4' :;
I Mr. and Mrs W. L.. Wall Mrs: J W. Kincaid has returned I' tcmtler Serves 4 ceneroualy. I ( tt .' --.1! I
'b; J WArE .fOOF ... = :
after time '
upending some L .IILUi rIWHTL ... ,
FISH DINNCtt FOR."-- Mrs. 0., J. Griffin returned.:,Sim-,; with her parents Mr. and.Mrs. j Dr. Herbert Ldckyer I Monthly" "Klnga Business I ,,,1 ,' '6.AoI".n "i'A1'"' '' .', Tf,,

:UNDER FILLETS IbAlU'!YMSJARAtijS day to her home In St. Angus-' A. C. Durden. In Tampa. Friends "Grace and Truth" and others. I .;:tATREJ e'tL.1'r. ? : '"",', Y,, .;
tine'after spending the holidays will be glad to- learn that she Is : To Speak Here. His", nbtllty as a speaker and I ff f' '" '
I here with her daughter Mrs. K. Improving after being 111 for several preacher far out-shlnea his ability OY.E :. ',*
; CUTS. tie; ui: +D 1..'Blggs. '. j weeks. I l Dr.. ; Herbert Lockyer.' Internal as a. writer.. !' Qp I Jr' tionally known preacher,. Bible ,I iITIPELY NEW !.
1 1i '. A testimony. of this Is the fact :'MfhATICo4lLY .i .
PCERRIES okV./80c li teacher, and writer; from Liver- m 1TA'Li 4/ ,'. ,
: i :: b4RaF-sr.METTIE5'l. }
< Friends of sheriff and Mrs. A. Friends of Lt. Kleldlsg! Chapman that he has been the welcome CeUII Lr't ll iBfsTc17SI71trL0
; ptiol Jo.=ngl..n.1 l will speak at the 'i MST/'ST-ST/PI'/NG s 7201)4..vD V
nil an AuuJIt tit,inltkitllitt ulctl O. Andreu and family will be tn-I son of Superintendent itnd 'Starke Gospel Tabernacle next guest to many of the outstanding; (;I-PN51 \ TCTALLY i .?lSf.5 ntJ'$'
u H ,.1.. i. .. i Ftereste&toF : .1 ..tbRtJthiPy ovl'd,, Mra, L. Fi Chapman.U be N ItceFarm pulpits of America, including the t l UJC.1'4
Monday evening at '8:OO o'clock. 'NM ...I.c..tW451 r ._... ,.
this week into their hots j ,on'<'. will be Interested to ,h- urn pulpit of Dr. tr. A. Ironside, pastor -''I .
'Dr. Is well' known In
DE! SEIr CLOPPED STEAK i!I Cherry StreetCongressman ]J i of hJs promotion to 'capta: cy. Christian Lockyer circles as nn ,author. of the Moody Memorial l
I, i i He la attached to the U. S. S. Church, which halt a seating cti-
1 i t He l lit the editor-in-chief of I }f rfi
and Mrs. R. A. Astoria with t t headquarters paclty of over five thousand. DrT.orkyrr .
I .. "The Christian Relld l"S Digest," ; STARKE.--ONENIGHTONLY 'y
Green" and family have returned II has on many occnsslona I ;;
i I I "
one 0 f America's outstanding ::1
BIRDS EYE Ito I I Washington, D. C., where ;Con- I 'Christian' magazines. His I been the outstanding speaker to
eANDY gres'man Green has resumed his Marjorie Davis has returned Jo al'UclE'SI) the greatest Bible conference In FRIDAY JANUARY 10TH "t
also In other
m r are published many
her home here after joying a1 .
official .duties.! [ I' Christian and our land.
magazines period-
I I visit In Tallahassee aa the guest ,
'' to- Icles; such as "The lllot," "Sun. I At present Dr. Lockyer Is do- 1
M. 'Darby's Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs I of Patsy Ruth Walnwrlght. WhHethere interesting day School Tim,I e's," "Moody) Ing extensive work for the Flor BIG TENT W. Madison & Park Place :
Marjorie enjoyed .many .
turned( from visit of .
Wednesday a I them !I f r { .. ,... Ji 1
experiences among .as u ea wrrrn..r r
'wreri..a.w .em aw a. a
lie 71 several days with their visit to the GoverlJot' I i -- ..' .-.'.-_-- _'. .:' _r- '. '::"::," ::- _. _-- -:..: ="=:= .:c."". :...:.-H.----: :::.... ..::"7 : :;:. _"'. "..:,,- m
Uurke. being a '
.FJa.1 and daughter Mr. and 'ij
,.... jj(["",,|I Dobrow in 'Pahokee.NAT sonInlaW'I I Mansion. I i, ,

Dr. H B. McLendon of Orlando! )

spent the week-end here with Mr I

and Mrs. E. S. Malthews.: He '
SEZ : was accompanied home by Mrs. IN PRIZES

McLendon and daughter Jeannette Free $1,000 Free r
If you MOB a puzzled look on my who spent the past three !

3T face It's Just cause I'm wondferhtg. weeks here as guests of Mrs. Mc- AND CASH
I what ever happened to the lady i Lendon's parenU-.Mr. :And 'Jdrs.
"I didn't ral_
who used to singe Matthews ) i
my boy to be a soldier." From I M J
the looks of Starke last week-end.> I
she rot only rained him to 1)80 a Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Uendoza

soldier, but IM must have ben and son. Cliff, of of Jacksonvillewere Mrs Men- (;"; In the Bradford County .
ninkuplets. at that! Oh well the guests Sunday 1
Mr. and Mr
doza's parents
more the merrier Welcome,
*! VSTERNBERG'S!: J. Griffin. They were accompanied : -I !
home in the afternoon by

Miss Gloria Johns who spent ,
the week-end here with Mr. and


W. P. Smith spent {on.lay'
J' with his brother S. r
night E.J
Smith la Lamont. From Lamont CONTEST

i be went to Tallahassee to attend III

tS L'k' aPt the Inauguration of G o ernor

"[ Spetmanl Holland. Mr. Smith
was a member of Governor Hol-i
SQ1R I 1 land's staff. Among others from .
j II
here attending the Inaugural ser 1I > i iIl
I F. Brown, "
vices were: Marcus i y'. ( : ,.':
Eldrldge- Smith, and Judge. E. : .It'o\( "

I K. ferryman. Il'I '11 \ ', ".I!
1 I ': : : '
Mrs. J. D Carter of Beauford, 1 ,

S. C., was a guest last welt at'' i ; : :, (roof) FOR 5,000 VOTES) ,: '.. I

t tn the home. of her uncle L. C.! + i '
Powell. Mrs Carter I lit employed f I t' ;,, :

-, all attendance officer In the office i.! .I ; : :' I

of the County School super. I, i Candidate :. .. ... .:- .. .. .. __ ', .. Age L ';";...;.Jh"" '. I .
Intendent of Beauford County. In ; ,( to, "r,.. ., ) t'
: I
this county there are 1.31P wh'te i I ...:

sX children of school age and 3,811 I .: l
negro children. Mrs. tort t /
merly taught In the B. H. 8. II

:;'t:.' end In remembered as Mls Kslelle i ONE ENTRY IJLANK ONLY TO A CONTESTANT
I Ii I, '
TIon. I r ,

Friends of Mrs. Ira COM of II'f rI a a

Wichita. Kan., remembered here ij I;, I.1l

as Miss Marguerite Shriver. will! I''
( be Interested to learn that she U i.4 i.4I
spending the winter with friends l

In Lakeland. Her picture appeared .- 11I *"

7ifc B S: Lakeland In Ledger a recent which issue stated'The of the: : I I _., -----:..--.-...-- ..- .. -- --- --. --. ---' ".-' .-- -.. ... .--- ...- -- -.- -.. ..------- ..... _- .. f. .

visitor I III a talented singerIn

It. Schumann-Helok.Italian.Spanish She .French studied' wr-lCa German Kansajr

; Conservatory of Music( and specializes I I I

In SpanUrts. song; In. etwtume. I .. r
." j ;: .... '. _.::- --= --'-_. -" -- ,-_::: ''' -.'=.' ,,- .'-,-.. ::::--:"-- .. : ... .. :. I

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JAN 1 101941

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II FARMERS' SECTION .1 Big News Stories of 1940 In Florida. r FHA'Insured Mortgage $2,600 Florida Business

Included Freezes And Rare
EclipseHINTS Enjoys Gain
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FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL Florida's) big news o f 1940 and won a sixth congressman at I Monthly Payments $15 Of 44 Percent

I I came mostly In little parts of a Washington.The .
COMMON SENSE. big pattern. first major ring eclipse of Striking a rough average nor

I MARMALADESFlorida I BETTER MANAGEMENT Added up the millions that the sun since 1865 attracted na t Ida business the first three
CITRUS Uncle Sam poured Into national tionally-known scientists. Flor- fourths of 1940 was about 44
folks are lucky In hav- Farmers of the United States- defense bases at eleven different ida to view It. (1 cent ahead of the same periOd
dollar they can and of thous- the year before the
who need every places, registration Florida
ing access to an abundance of Mrs. Emory Callahan said at Stale'
kaows- now ands of for Chamber of Commerce
get. goodness are young/ men military .
wonderful citrus fruits at this Miami she expected to become the ". cOlli.
$150,000- training made Florida's biggest mented. following a
passing up every year compilation
mother of quintuplets, but the an-
time--oranges, grapefruit lemons,I 000 of Income that could be rea- story in the first year of the nouncement resulted from a misunderstanding of statistics in the current Issue

tangelos kumquala, calumondlnit, lized through better managementof "fateful forties of a doctor's com- of Business Week magazine,
farm woods John F. Preston This Federal priming of business 1- I In the
t and tangerines Any one of these eight classifications
ment. A single girl baby was '
of the Soli Conservation channels overflowed Into t-j rnni of
chief forester business recorded. Florida
fruits or a combination of them I born. jt, showed
a k Service, made this state- other fields, so that private building Increases ranging from
may be used for delicious, 'wholesome Governor Cone entered a hos- to 2H
ment recently before the Societyof operations, gasoline per cent. These "plus" ,
"spreads" ,or marmalades. American Foresters In Wash. other business indices climbed to pital for the second time during were: entries

for riot annual records. his administration, and recovered
And not only for spreads ington.
from biB Illness after an Passenger car sales, 25
muffins and other I I "Actual production of wood The business bustle attracted : opera- per
biscuit, toast ceht; gasoline ,
He fired his consumption
long-time con- ,
lots of who did not in
people get
breads, but for many other pur- now taking place on the farm' fidential secretary, Mrs. Ella per cent; household refrigerator
steady and out of
"Is' employment,
woodlands said Preston
Nelll, appointed H. P. Baya director sales, 59 per cent; value of checks
poses something like 2 billion cubic feet this Influx: came problems of car- t
4I drawn, 15 cent
Have you ever used marmalade Ing for who of the selective service, and per ; electric power
Forest" management. If many public
in tea for Instance calamondln a year. assistance. There were the "Ok- ousted Chairman Arthur B. Hale output 17 per cent; and heavy
applied to these woods, could '
marrnalade, preferably If not this production by three. les" In the Everglades vegetable of the State Road( Department by construction 244 percent. Lots(.

try /a spoonful for a moat refreshIng From multiply the standpoint! of national section, for instance. accepting an undated resignationHale were reported by ordinary life in| .
change from time honored said he had "foolishly surance sales, 3 per cent
I Freeze No. 2 !' und
plthe I it would be good busi- Story -
economy farm Income 16
slice of lemon sugar. signed. per cent
ness because lumber from the A freeze early in the year that This small home containstwo
marmalade will i l l sweeten chilled the State's William J. Barker of Bartow,I, Credit for the .
.e farmers/ woods would be the backbone downto uI K bedrooms", living room, astounding fig
I flavor at the Hume time We gave cheapest lumber the consumer Miami, causing millions of dollars and Curtis t. Waller of Tallahassee -: kitchen and bath. In order to ure in heavy construction was

E' you a very simple but delicious could get." damage to crops and roads were appointed Federal economize the dining room has given to such national defen

recipe for calamondln marmalade Preston outlined Home of the ranked the No. 2 story of the judges. Circuit Judge Alto Ad-I I been omitted and the living, preparations as Camp B landing,
recently. Remember that the year.. ama. of Fort Pierce was appointedto room is so arranged,that it can near Statke. the Southeastern
marmalade must not be too stiff steps that have already been Spessard L. Holland's spectacular the Seventh Supreme Court I do double dutyand serve as a Naval Air Station at Jackson.

but fchouM l be just barely jellied taken to promote better woodland race to win the governorship justiceship created when voters dining room during meal hours. vllle, Tampa's MacDHI Army Air"

4' so that dissolves easily In, the management on farms but added and other results of the people's ratified an amendment to the Valued at 92,900, this property Field and scores of auxiliary
d that they represent "only a very I
hot tea. exercise of their voting franchisewon Constitution. was financed with a mortgageof bases and l fields throughout the

Did you ever substitute It ,for small beginning. the No. 3 place! The results Herbert Goddard, who killet toes $2,600 insured by the Fed- State.
sugar on your breakfast cereal ? "One obvious approach which eral Housing Administration.
Included United States SenatorC. Frances Ruth Dunn of Miami, was Terming the Southeast
Or have you used it as a filling I has not yet been used. he declared O. Andrews' re-election over a electrocuted for the crime Three Monthly payments on s 25- the Nation's "best sales one bets of"'
for those little left over pie- "is the soil conservation of this amount ,
year mortgage ,
I field that numbered Gov. Fred P. Broward County negroes who had Business Week said In part
pastry tarts or us a sandwich districts, of which more than 400 exclusive of local taxes and :
spread with cream cheese or pea-) have been organized to date." Cone as a senatorial candidate.An spent seven years in the State 9 It 19 I?MIT PLAN hazard Insurance, amount to "Trade In the next three months
old In West
man Key gota
death house removed
prison were
nut butter? It Is equally good for Seven of these are In Florida. about $15. will get a lift from the influi
I lot of page one space when from it after the United States) Of (1) 200,000 to 300.000
party sandwiches or for the Among other avenues for reach- troops
police discovered that he had removed Court reversed their
9 Supreme
school lunch box. Have you ever Ing the farm forestry goal the to military camps (this Is a-continuing
heaped a tablespoonful of marma-'! Soli Conservation Service forester from the tomb the body of murder conviction for killing a ator In the 1940 primaries), but Bettle Starling also' Mr. Starling boom) and ((2)) tourists
a lovely girl and kept It wax- white man in 1932. Originallythere he finished fourth. Senator Char- from to Florida" and Gulf
lade on Ice cream to make a delectable -listed farmers' cooperative mark- I Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. J. Coast re
encased In his home for seven were four of the negroes, les O. Andrews' was re-elected. C. Sapp. sorts. First quarter farm
sundae, or have you slipped eting associations and farm wood- receipt
? p a half cup Into your mousse?;:: land management projects) sponsored yearn decided An that examining Karl Tranzler commission Van but one became Insane in prison Jerry w. Carter ran second, and T. H. Hill anor ::oro.c.c Varnes from fruits and miscellaneous

Have you used It In the place of.' by wood-using Industries and now Is in the State Hospital. Bernarr ,MacFadden the magazine,spent New Year's day In Jack- products should mark an upturn
Cosel not Insane In
was a survey
Jelly In the "Jelly" roll? j I| Dan McCarty of Fort Pierce I publisher surprised political ob-;sonville.Mr.i from a poor cotton year, Resorts .
of Florida news of 1940, the of the '
Marmalade mixed with an equal I-i|: Van Cosel case ranked fourth. was designated speaker servers by finishing In third ana Mrs J. C. Wadkins camp sites steel and ship
1941 House of
quantity of chopped pecans makes] Experience!: In soil conservation !' Representatives. At place. i,; o: Ocala spent New Year's Day building centers here rank among
Other major stories of the 29, he will be the
: youngest
year the national best
r a marvelous filling for layer I i, areas, according to Preston. Indicates Cone squabbled at times with with his mother, MIS. A. W, sales bets"TRAIN
cakes The cake will be especi- The Duke and Duchess of Windsor speaker ever to preside. Varnes.
that one trained forester who now live at Nassau, visIted Grandma Weeks Washington, officials about operation -i 1
ally choice if it Is finished off 113-year-old Celia Jones
operations on waR visiting the SCHEDULE
can guide forestry of the state
employment ser-
Miami so the American-born
with seven-minute Hlllsborough County resident,
orange farms Florida Farm Colony Southbound
200 to 300 vice and some other state-federal Thursday.Mrs.
Duchess could have
have had the recipe for the[ an aching died. Other deaths included State W. H. Smith and Mrs. No 1 due Starke 11:35 P.
Such a program, he asserted, tooth extracted. programs, but in the end he won!I : II L
Senator of Tallahassee
W. C.
marmalade; here is the recipe for Hodges Artford
farmers his In Brown were in Jacksonville -, local.
would benefit not only position nearly all of these.
Census takers counted and Circuit John
the Icing. noses, Judge
but the He Monday. No. 107 due Starke 9:28: A. M
and lumber consumers vigorously opposed the elec-
Found Florida had faster B. Johnson one-time
Seven Minute IcingIngredients grown attorney'I Freeman
whole population. It would mean than other State In 10 of Florida. tion of Senator Claude Pepper as' Varnes of Palatka local.No.
: whites 1 any years
egg visited
greater soil conservation, better chairman of Ploi Ida's delegation i i his father.. Alfred Varnes, 191 due Starke 10:53: P
cup sugar, 3 tablespoons orange control over floods and silting, to the Democratic national con-: Sunday night. M. Miami.

tt juice, ,few 1-2 grains teaspoon of salt cream 8 of marshmallows tartar -|and Improved living conditions)i I "Think I've Made A Good Governor," I I vention, but he lout at an organ- i-V. and Mrs A. V. Varnes at- Northbound
( -' on hundred of thousands of I ization meeting of the delegation'II tended church at Graham Sunday No. 2 due Starke 5:28: A M
and 1-2 teaspoon grated Cone Says Upon Retirement -
farms; In Orlando. I ; j local
range rind' I i +j I Mrs. Gilbert Brown of Starke | No. 108 due Starke 6-33: P. M
Combine unbeaten egg whites,, Fred Preston Cone who likesto esaary to the operation of gov-1; Cone said he never prepared a was JIlting here Sunday. through,
I FLA. STATE FARM be called "old Suwannee speech. When he was inaugurated -
sugar orange juice, cream of tartar -I ernment. Miss Elorla Starling, of Tampa, I Starke und Bell Brunch
and salt In top of double By ,Mis Mary Townsend ended this week a four year term His four-year administration he talked for more than an was here
visiting a few days. last No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: A.
boiler. Cook over boiling water, ai governor in which he battled recorded an Increase from 750-, hour without any notes When week I'

beating constantly with rotary' Mlsa to Jacqueline school in St Woodard. Augustine returned the state legislature, jousted at 000,000 to nearly $75,000,000 annually ,his term address ended, he made his farewell -:, Erton Brown, was attending to M.No.. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: P,
boater until light and fluffy 1 times with federal government officials in the collections and dis- without notes business In' '
| Gainesville
Christmas Tuesday
(about 7 minutes. ,Cut mai-nh-I Sunday after spending I and successfully fought; bur semen ts through the state) I "

4 mallows In quarters' add to frost' holidays with her, parents,j| sieges of Illness; that twice put treasury but virtually all of this, \t/1i'l'SON cnr l'

lug mixing and fold In until 'partially I I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodard.I : him in n hospital. | represented compensation and j By Mrs. S. E. Jones FUNERAL DIRECTOR

dissolved. Add orange rind. I I : !. W, P. Thomas and son, I II j Now approaching 70 years ofi similar aid to special classes and I| I lh Slam 1i 'in. Kxrx'rleix-e M..114.! It Pnwlltle for Mn to Render
:Makes enough frosting to ![ E. W,, have returned to their I Mrs. V,', H Smith anJ Mrs, .
cover I I age, but feeling "better than I Increased funds for counties and, I Fl"U IKNT:: I'RoniT aut 'OI RTE(>r<* 5ERVT('KMOnKKT&
loaf cake llx7xl 1-2 Inches In home in Dublin, Ga, lifter spend have felt fpr years," he will return -'i schools. He sharply trimmed the Artford Brown visited relatives inHawthorne PRICES:
( ing the holidays with Mrs I one day this week, '
hisjown of ,
to Lake City where, by operating costs governmental
son-ln-aw: and daughter, I Mr. and Mrs, [)"WITT c. JONES"Fitarke )
Thomas'! words, he will spend "muchof departments directly under his; E. D. Jones!! had
size.Be : Mi, und Mrs. I* E. Prince I time the as dinner guests New Year's Day,.' Flort.li.Whvpavmore .
mv on front control.
To I II --- pn .. .
Quick TreatBronchitis Air, _-0luughler _Mm___. :_._ Pinner- and' 1. POI'Ch of the hotel"Cone ----I| When' they ended their 60 day Mr. and MM. Willis Dyal aid -- --. -._-- -- -

I Edna Marie, and Fred brought Into the state session In 1939, many legislative

Townsend. all of Palatka visitedMr. I i government an Iron.fllte1. policy, leaders predicted a deficit of millions

and Mrs. J, E. Townsend and against any new taxes and he of dollars in state finances,

Chronic bronchitis may develop If family Sunday. I I battled successfully for his post-1 i but Governor Cone wielded his I I I than Chevrolet's I low I prices I wheit

your cough,chest cold,or acute bronchitis Joe A, Lander Jr? recently' re- lion although the legislature particularly -: veto pen for several days, slashing
is not treated and you cannot turned to his home here after)I in 1939, voted millions appropriations, suspending re-!

afford cine less to take a chance with anymedt- visiting! with friends and relativesIn of appropriations for which its, peal of tax levies, and confidently,
potent than Creoniulslon r
which goes right to the scat of the Avon Park. provided no revenue. |I declaring "I'm going to make' I
trouble to help loosen and expel germ Scout Meeting I "Everything's all right," the everything *all right." The fiscal CHEVROLET

laden phlegm and aid nature to Monday evening January 6, the governor Insisted when other of- year ended last June 30 with g
soothe and heal I
raw tender.Inflamed
bronchial mucous membranes. Boy Scouts held their weekly ficials publicly forecast big de- about $350 balance In the main,I

Creomulslon blends! beechwood' meeting at the club house. Priorto ficits in state funds, "We just operating fund. '

creosote byspeclal process with other the meeting, the scouts and won't spend what we haven't, Now at the end of his term,'
time tested medicines for coucrns.; scoutmaster Bryan Whitfield, got," Cone declared.It all these IFEATURES
It contains no narcotics. fiscal", records Indicate about $1,-\ brings great
No matter how-1'many medicines: : went outside the club house and was In this policy that he 000,000 of unpaid bills against the'' you

you have tried te'l your druggist to cooked and ate supper After sup vetoed legislative repeal of some state's general revenue fund, but

the ell you a bottle of CrvcinuMlon with per they held their meeting and taxes, notably the gross receiptstax other governmental functions have I

way understanding it QuIckly allays you the must cough like per the planned a hike for next Monday.Due and refused to approve pay- operated on cash payments, and I i andECONOMXtoolMTOOOfSthelMDER

mutiny rest and sleep, or you are to to the weather, only about ment of many appropriations various special funds have size-'

Uare your money back. Adv.) seven boys attended the meeting. ,which he described as' "not nee- able balances In the treasury

Collections during the next few

months may catch up the unpaid

Looking For Something? bills. I

Cone said he would l turn the

Whether You Are New In Bradford County Or Have Lived governor's office over to his suc-

Here All Your Life Whether You Want To Buy Or cessor, Spessard L. Holland of I

Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory A Great Bartow "In much better shape

Convenience And An Easy Way To Communicate With than I received It" from Dave
Thousands Of Other Telegraph Headers Sholtz on January 7. 1937 j* 1i1.I
,y ,
"I think I have made a good:

governor" Cone sold recently;

AUTOMOBILES EATING RADIOS "but I don't know how many.
people will agree with me. It

HOT PUtTK LUNCHES. Sandwlehes : will take time, I suppose, before

PAnTS VMetI Tire, Rebuilt .\nd Short O r d e rAre a IU:P\U\ Work Don. At Lo\H'f.t they realize Just what I, have

Generatorx. Auto GUM*-C'uhh Our Spctlalt I'rlce In Town. See The saved the taxpayers and the x c a0aastle No N0 ,
New li'ndios On Dl"phi>- state" He declined to select 1 '
l\ For Cum And Truk In Any .SIIKLL: PLACIJKomi any cH
Condition.IIASKINS. ;MARKS'::; RADIO SERVICE!' I "outstanding" ace o m plishment. CIUS
: I 13 Murkts Ha. 12-B MpTlt
AUTO I'.VlirS StarUe, Fla. 12-6, "I ve done so many good things
that I don't know which would be t as
Ju t North of Town On Iloud 13U6 FUEL OILKEEI' called 1
outstanding He said he

r TYPEWRITERS I had I kept all his campaign,I

;g. VTA KM pledges.
) R..mlnl..nI.tahl..... I When he was inaugurated.: Cone
fJ terms. $5 down, 11 H month asked for and received resignations -

I1KATITII OIL IVIeea start at $39.73.dtradford from major department' officials -

L MILITARY SUPPLIES and I'hone 53 County Trlegrnph. I who had been apolnted by

novelties for all bmn<.hi of STAN I)AHO OIL CX). 12-6 [ Governor Sholtz Then he required -
the tK-rUoe. URN Hl'SMMV, j undated resignations from
a :209 E. Call St", Starke, I'm.h' : GASLL USED CARSFOR the persons he appointed. On
(|i three occasions he ousted officials
ti. APPLIANCES For lions THE BEST Used Cars" at I by accepting their undated resignations1.

"i BARBER SHOPS And Office. Stove. Heater. the brat price See Lucian I t ; Except for these and

{ later Heater, ":te. Satisfaction F, Th"iiuM, at Downtown OI N. W. B. Cone his brother-secretary,
,Vry N4 the major officials Cone first se- !
WAITING -Kljjl.t Barbers Gunrunti-vd. mobile Co.. 1223 Main St. 4k

rra JAt Your Service. S how e r, GAINESVILLE: GAS CO.. Phone 50837.: Jacksonville, (i I lected served throughout his term. $

i 'Baths A Specialty.TIIllKH 972 So. Virginia! _\\'eJlueOil .'1... Over 200 to select from, I Branch Cone resigned' recently to I
procurement officer for'''
.: : : F'ItIENI)411.1R11ER hl"1111". Fla. 12-6 IUpd.. the selective service.

y Call St. SHOP 12-6 j I In 1938, Cone suffered a heart I Ii

HEATING WATCHES [ attack in Jacksonville and was I ,4r1 t/f/i r ii l

hospitalized for more than a
1EKP: .
BEAUTY W.RMttr"'Intf'r I..
.... .. .
( month. He
r was put of his of-
With A QITAKEU: OIl-U.Jrn:
rnI'.UR Work
With' 'A'G..t1 fice for nearlyojfo, u r months. |
lag Heater. 'lean ,
At No Sacrifice antes of Sall"f ctlon. New'' la
(cal lent. Al 1"0 Again 1940 he entered a hospital '
O. E.
o Refrigerators. line of
L' LIn Quality; ()f SrnlceILA'S rHY On Easy Terom. *' Elgin June rerltrd.and ItuhnuUatrhe for an operation that.kepthim TOR0DFfCHEVROLErtO.: !

!' BEAUTY SALON D .\ K II Y' starkp. J. 11. COURTMANCIIStarke out of office several. weeks.t

Call Street! 12-6 Fla. 12-6 Fla. 12-4)_. He ran for the Democraticnomination

I a. United States Sen-, STARKE, FLORIDAiii


JAN I0 1941 7PAOR

m.\'''. JANUARY 10. 1941 ... RR\nVORD COt NTY' TKiJcnnArn. "RTARKK.' n.onm" fiKVKX I

I. 940 ,Brought Great Changes To Bradford County l last

> Twelve Months See Starke Lose '
EasyGoing wArthouses and a garage auction method for the first spring months b y freeing schedule. COLDEST JANUARY ,
Atmosphere, Adopt Bustling: I was a mere drop in the time in history of the deal': rural students in time to pick A United ,I''

Stride Of Army Community bucket compared with ,the here. April strawberries. States District t er ni 4 9".
I $18.000,000 figure that will On April 7th the rare annular The State Armory Board Court orderek''

Years may come and years may go-but 1940 will live be the probable cost when eclipse of the sun was announced the lease of 88,000 Tax Assessol ', t.
in the memory of Bradford County forever. Uncle Sam finishes his pro- plainly visible here and at acres for Camp Blanding, E. W. Haye, L' 1 !:
gram there.Residents. Kingsley Lake. Because of bringing the total area to to 1 levy tei 1 J
Just as the graybeards of today ,hark( back to "the big ,t.t
were given something the nearness of the sun to 119,200 acres. mills on home '
l'E'Ze" of the 1890's so will the grandfathers of tomorrow to think about In the the earth a perfect circle of Tax Collector C. A. Knight stead propertjto t 1

III the story again and again of the "Boom of 1040. :announcement:: that Bradford light was visible around the announced the sale of the pay $7,60( s \ ;

For 1940 and Camp Blanding will always bs synony-. 'I, \ounty was second highest in edges of the moon's shadow. first No. 1,000 automobile tag principal ant ttY fit' t
-be t number of automobile accident MAY I in Bradford County. interest on $5,- *
the minds" of Bradford Countians. ,
ous if
deaths in 1939 among First significant business 000 defaulter laJ
Merchants who had twiddled their thumbs as the town counties of less than 10,000 All attention (in this month expansion started by Starke school bonds

owed a "startling" gain of 156 residents in the past ten population. was election'centered which on was the to primary bring Coca-Cola plant to cope with The ever '4',:' '1

ars were jolted into frenzied activity by a gain of 2,500 MARCH out the heaviest vote 2,949 expected Blanding influx. widening arc
or war in Eu 1f
30 days.In This month saw the be- ever recorded i in Bradford The 116th Field. Artillery brings e w, '
1930 the population of Starke was 1,339. At the ginning o f a much needed I County. used the Camp Blanding fir- rising tide oi f
ing for the first timeon
range ,
ginning of 1940 it was '1,495. At the end of 1940 it was sanitary toilet project in this' Thursday h a 1 -holidays, 5th. patriotism i r

000. Enough to drive a census-taker nuts, isn't it? county made possible by al which usually begin at this "Congress Monday Votes August ProsperityFor I the United 1 "/j.
Federal grant through the time were indefinitely post- States. The {
rw4p ? k
Starke headlined the
without Camp Blanding 1940 would have ,
But even Farm Security Administra- poned because merchants trend is reflected .i
ten a memorable year in Bradford County for it ,brought I I tion. It was honed that this were enjoying such an excel- Telegraph on August 19th locally t w..,,'
lent business result of following passage of the mobilization i in the Tele i \
he coldest January the most as a
| bill and "1-199
DEFENSE COMES TO STARKE the announcement
good ,
|-ofitable strawberry season berry season. that two divisions ((40- graph by pie : .
During this month the Telegraph tur i n g blonde x
i a decade, the realization of I' -1 000 men) would be stationedat 4' '
e..fa' : shed the light of Betty S t ring- '
fine postoffice building, a : 'i y coelIestina Blanding. War Department fellow in a / '
licit) on "salpi ngostyl is requested $3,760,000for '
Isit from the tallest man inhe star spangled t'
the beautiful
I construction at that r. '
world, and the last an-' fragile wild flower that likes time a staggering figure. | sweater '
lar eclipse until 1994. the flat pine woods of Bradford -i', Fifty-foot lot at corner of General up- s

r W County and refuses toj I Walnut and Madison sold for stir along Call w
> Street epItomized
was -
JANUARYThe I jrow practically any where I $2,000 and real estate! boom

else in by__ .. __ .. __
year started off sanely the world 1 Discovered gets under way in earnest. k'
plight of Miss Kathleen Hall problems lie describes enlarged -
150 by William! I
ough with the usual run of Bartram years the ago ixia was lost to, SEPTEMBERUncle : proprietor of the Gem Lunch, sewage system as No.

tatistics s h o wing a slight the botanical world for a cen- Sam sends a con- who occupied five, different 1 Need. d

lain i n building permits tury and a half before being structing quarterma ster, locations in less than four Merchants enjoy best!

arriage licenses, births "rediscovered" near Starke Major L: Larson, to super-. weeks. Deposits" at local bank Christmas business in history.Alloge'ther .

nsumption of e 1 e c tricity several years ago by Dr. vise building of Blending andit I''. started climbing at the rate it was a great
Small of the New York Bot- is learned that $10,000,000will of $100,000 a month.
itC. ] anical Garden. be spent.Following I I State Board of Health be REDISCOVERYw

Actual construction had each increase in i. gan investigation of sanitary, p
jst been started' at Camp figures came proposed developments -i i 1'conditions because o f over
landing, but on a very small Nation." |1| program might reduce the This month might be con- for Starke: new,' crowding in Starke and unregulated -
ale as compared with the The same week saw the I i'high percentage of positive sidered the "turning point"in theatre new ten ;]II camping a r o und
ammoth project of today beginning of the extremelycold hookworm cases among Bradford the future o f Bradford restaurants began changing Blanding. I

|>r Hitler had not yet taken I weather that was to)I County school children. County for it brought the hands; Southern Railway be- I Seaboard railway begins
France, and Congress had not break all records in Florida I I March also brought the announcement beginning of efforts to have gan construction of spur, construction: of spur from I

let passed the conscriptionill. and bring 16 freezing morn- that 7,355 books Camp Blanding converted into track from Theresa to Camp; Starke to Camp. More than ; w
The camp (as yet 'untamed ings to Bradford County dur-I had been loaned by the library an Army training center. building permits start breaking 1,300 young men registeredin
) was still planned as ing the month" of January. during 1939 and re- The Telegraph reported that records-$85,423.25 dur- county in first peace time + '
I summer training ground Three or four freezes com-| suits of a business census General Sumter L. Lowry was ing first two weeks in September draft. Announced that city

jor National Guards, and the prise the usual quota for an, showed a 56 percent gain i interested in the movement will enforce one-hour parking
[elegraph "announced in awe- entire average winter I i during the past ten years. and that Congressman!' Green "Boom" arrives i in full on Call Street. Lawtey Methodist -

ruck tones that "it is pos- I The new strawberry loading was conferring with high force during last week in Church celebrates 50th

-'ble that lOnnn- men might FEBRUARY nlatform at__ _Lawtev_.. __., was n __ Army_ officials in Washinuras _un__- Sentember. Tho_ __ u_ a ands of__ anniversary..
le encamped"in the ----0---1 I Early in February, Starke I
|ne time during the summer stood agog as Robert Wad-
onths," and that the ul- low 8-foot 9 1-2-inch giant Col. Kelley tells Rotarians

imate cost might be as much stopped here on a tour of the that Army's payroll at Blan-

fs $750,000, state. Scientists predicted ding will reach $2,000,000 a
On January -5th i;"'Governorone that' he" would 'eventually y ; i month. Work started on new

issued an order naminghe reach a height of 10 feet but wa I. $25,000 theatre. Bra dford .4L iI
( reservation for' Major six months later he died. ; .. County votes for the winner -I I

.eneral Albert II. Blandingf First bids for construction }11 -Franklin D. Roosevelt year' folks. Bring on your
Bartow in recognition of at Camp Blanding were let first U. S. President to serve 1941. After what we've been

r distinguished military s e r-I f I during this week. The total, 'three terms. Labor employedat hrough in the past twelve' '

Hce rendered the State and $45.975, providing for two v Blanding rises steadily months, we're ready for any
reaches total of 15,000. thing. :

RETURN TO ,PATRIOTISM Influx of humanity causes t'i
100 percent increase In ar-I I :
rests: liquor tho cause
most trouble.

Auction block for handling

1941> strawberry crop com-

pleted at State Farmers'

l 1 ) National Guards mobilizeand

.---' move into Armory, b
.. .. .. S Sa
,, : orders to to Blan
awaiting go
;,.-=..0-... ..:......- ---"'
ding. State Planning Board
begins study of living condi- '
tions in Starke. Labor at w j:
dedicated, and a check on ton.Census W. P. A19.50 Camp Blanding reaches peakof
showed'that the industry showed that
pulpwood figures 22,000. WI'A approves new
had entered the "big population of the county de- r-- -" ---' highway from Blanding to

business' classification I i i ,! creased from 9,405 in 1930 Lawtey. Post office officials

bringing $100,000 to the, to 8,696> at the beginning of ,plead with' the public to mail

ounty annually.'I''I 1940.Construction early in view of the inevitable
was finally Christmas avalanche.
started on the new $45,827
The freezes of January now postoffice building after ,a'' DECEMBER:

proved to be a blessing in year's delay in an attempt to l Announced! that Army will .
as disguise, and the "best berry 'obtain a desirable site. I spend $7,500,000 monthly at I
season in 10 years" got under
JULY Blanding, including food payrolls 1w
way with farmers grossing etc.
upkeep 4
200,000 a week. Reason: Good news came early this I I I r +
First Bradford volunteers
:ontinuous cold kept berry month in the announcement j I ,
ilants, dormant till' the right that Road 68, from Jacksonville SeeberVeley Moody and Lee I t
,inia (i. e. Plant City finished !I II I to Keystone: Heights Bell Holder go to Blanding. j
1. '
:hipping), and made the yield! would be rushed to comple- q Final right-of-way secured i '',
I' ntr plant the heaviest ever I tion. Starkeites rightly Interpreted I for new four-lane highway +
L I experienced here. Berry !gross I this to mean that from Starke to Ulan
? ';aY4, A w. ,(Od a total of 500000. the Government was seriously Movement of 31st Division

n_ ____ __ ))0, and fruit was sold by the. considering Camp Blanding into Camp gets under way;!
,' II'-- .. 11,500 soldiers at Blanding
as an Army project. :
TALLEST VISITOR OF THE YEAR The State Farmers' Market 1 1 b:" J... before Christmas. f

completed a recordbreakingyear .I I Gasoline! !sales' show 60 per- .
; -J announcing that it, workers began drawing pay l cent increase compared with ;, ar
."'; J from Camp const r u ction.
:; handled a $300.000 produce' pre- lantling days. I
volume during the season. Every vacant room in Starke' Federal government sends
_J4J is rented. For the first time here to study Starke'rf
J Then came the long-awaited ) man
in history localites! could call
_ announcement that a t least
division of National i l II! a number, get a taxi ride
for the price of a dime.OCTOBER .
Guardsmen! ((20,000 men ) J& '
would be stationed at Camp

Blanding if Congress ap- This month brought the I __ R
t proved the President's plan deal that shook Call St.-

for mobilization.The i' sale of the Pace buildings
Chamber of Commerce''
I (housing six: prosperous businesses -
late in in
revived July
.) It was the beginning
view of the expected "boom..
of a chain of speculative buy
AUGUSTB. ing that was to involve half ..rM r I I I

II. S. began its 1940-41 the business. property in r.1 9wAl "

term on the 5th of this monthin Starke.

spite of protests from irate Construction of Camp Blan ,r1 ,t Nl
parents. Officials hoped the ding went on a three-shift a r

.1 early opening would stop decreased basis, 24-hours a day, in a -
: : attendance during i desperate effort to finish on r"s
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I JAN 101941

PAGE. JlO'l' BRADFORD' COTTNTY TKIJCOKArif. STARKK.: FLoRln-\_. l<'Rl_l\y.rANUMn.: 10., ,

which is by making ourselves so strong thatno world no man carT TT1
.' The Bradford County Telegraph aggressor or possible combination of aggressors Interesting Facts of People and Firms in Jax lesson should at of' least profit" V""
"I"bliMIuld:, 1877i 'tragic v,:
will dare to try our strength. We passed and determine

FabUHhedVerkly on Pi.Idiijs anil Knterv tat Secod do know that time most precious of all KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME and collectively that Indivi clime

CluN. Mnltor( at the Post Office at SUrke Flu.AAEAYBER. elements, must no longer be lavishly wasted.To COMPLETE FUNERAL AND AMBULANCE SERVICE. LADY ATTENDANT caught may, this oft nation guard will nOt

i < stay, at peace-to become strong. 45) WEST CHURCH ST. JACKSONVILLE, J<'I A. As citizens. It i Is or. unpn

i 1 ZZ-\\ Those are our national objectives. We have each of us to thldut)
The Key-ltcCabe Funeral Home haa widened the scope of actlvl- at a distance. Their service is stand firm| b
F|RIQ\PRESS ASSOCIATIONS \ the great industries-we have the men-we Is t nearing the completion of an one 'went only a few miles from complete. those we have clothed Wltb

\ ) have almost limitless resources. To attain extensive remodelling program. : home in the past, today the well. From the time that they are of only and intrusted with t the

'mtdrt : those vital goals demands the full and They have enlaiged thetr chapelto equipped funeral director is prepared called. day or I1lght,'the relativesand of the meeting hour.the trying/ Prob,
accommodate three hundred, to conduct funerals within friends are relieved of all It u the
: II:. L. Mutlliett. _... ____:: ____ ftlltor and Owner friendly cooperation o f government, of have added several private family. radius of many miles. The day detail They take complete both labor and Intiulltry dUll to
labor, of industry, of agriculture of all. rooms with private entrances, aa when it was necessary to havean charge and have able assistantsIn get their own private and

SIIIVSCKIITION ICATKYearly. We must not be tried and found wanting. well as a private music room and undertaker at every cross- U1 departments for carrying for Interests the and form a IInltettl
1 $1.73; SU Monllm, 91.00-l'n>'al'>l<> In slumber! rooms Their display roads hall passed away. In placeof the'funeral arrangements to their protection and welta.
( AcfxutKe.deitlF.liiff \\A\vm on Application! O room Is complete and they can this. we have establishments termination.In ., the nation as a whole

Germany Could Feed Europe now show twenty-four caskets, that are thoroughly equipped and this issue we are glad to Each individual l citizen ,
: Another With Available Food and a complete line of vaults. I ones that offer the highest type compliment The Key-McCabe Funeral guard 88 never' before his '
We Enter Upon Year SuppliesIf and his 1(:
of service. tongue and
They have been nuccesuful in Home upon this very modern Concern
l Among The Mont Critical In History Germany will properly distribute the this business!' by reason of the The Key-McCabe, motor equip service and to call to the attention self diligently and talthfull,,
j A back the food supplies available in there will of the public the prominent the task at hand ,
journalist, looking upon Europe, fact that they offer a moot complete ment includes the best of auto against &.

year which has just closed, finds an infinity be no starvation on the continent this winter and up-to-date service. hearse, closed cars for the family position and they professional occupy In world the business because and intolerance.misunderstanding, *

/ of matters about which to write. A evidence presented by the English re- Conditions in the profession and all equipment needed for conducting 1 of the fact that they keep Every American hopes, httf

I great war, which is in essence a titanic veals. The fact that Hitler has the reserves have ,rapidly changed la the past a funeral either near or up with the ever-changing times but must fully realize that t
few years. The introduction of ties of the fully equipped funeral and render one of the most complete sure It we must be Ii
to feed both
struggle between two irreconcilable philosophies Germany and the conquered I prepuw
auto equipment and good roads directing establishment. Where services in this section. defend our way of life from
of life, has steadily spread. A whole nations was brought out in an who would destroy it, *

i\\ continent has felt the boot of a new con. answer to demands by former President SOUTHERN HATCHERIESC. I from within or without.

queror with a plan for world dominion as Herbert Hoover and others in the United Russell Kay Efforts will be made to db

>ast as that of Napoleon. The world's'! States that food be sent through the Eng- F. I'ECIITEL, Manager creed us by- Inciting'claslI again*t *

., economy has undergone violent change and lish blockade to avert famine in Europe. BABY CHICKS, FEEDS, EQUIPMENT against/ against group. creed Agitator and &
stability has been replaced by chaos. According to British sources, Europe I TO CLASSIFY J in the employ of alien po.
1 will
In this section will find order smull.' strive to drive a
normally imports only 10,000,000 tons of large or wedg,
Here in our own country we have recently tween 'the laborer
a visit to this hatchery both profItable Stock from this hatchery are It is doubtful if In and the, ,
through the most tradition- foodstuffs to add to the 278,000,000, usually any year ployer, the Jew J
t gone and
find! Interesting, as they of the very best breeds and as a history was more eventful than the c,
election in produced. Granting that agriculture suffered specialize In the finest excellent the black and the whIte
shattering our history. The baby consequence are layers. ]940. It was a year of tremen- ,
great issues of' that election were! three when laborers were mobilized for war, chicks. Their chicks are all sturdy and dous import to all mankind. Millions if Catholic we and the Protestant
Poultry raising has taken, a with a reasonable amount of care j who ushered thoughtlessly permt| ,
it In with faith
fold. First whether to elect a president it is believed ,that, Europe still has enough selves to, be Influenced ,
m prominent place in the agricul- will develop into fine stock and and. hope In their hearts today lie by
for a third term. Second, how 'to keep food providing Hitler will allow its fair distribution tural life of this section Justly good layers.Mr. crushed under the ruthless heel agitation we will play dlrecUi}

America at peace, while aiding England instead of hoarding it to feed his BO, as the climate and general Fechtel Is always ready to of the oppressor. Peace loving to the hands of our enemlet.

1l with all steps short of war. Third. how to soldiers. It is pointed out that the Nazis conditions favor poultry propaga welcome visitors to the hatcheryand nations,' weak helpless and unprepared faith Let and us face. the new yean
lion more so than any other sec to explain to the uninitiatedthe have been wiped from courage and ream
'el, beet build a military and naval establishment boast of a 7,000,000-ton wheat reserve, and tion of the State. Then. too, it different breeds and their the map and their peoples reducedto the responsibility that Is oun

unprecedented in our history. that this, plus the live stock'slaughtered in Is highly profitable as there is qualities. He will also give you slavery. Death and destructionon Let us resolve that we t
always a ready market for poul- pointers in regards to feeding a scale beyond all human not and cannot be
the Low Countries comprehension divided
I would furnish
The second and third issues are the enough and .
try eggs.However and caring for chicks. have been visited upon stand shoulder to shoulder, it
; Most vital this country faces today They, food for Europe. there is room fot I The next time you are In the millions. In plan and purpose, to the

are not partisan Issues. The English admit that the winter will Improvement in the breeds and 'market for baby chicks we sug A year ago America welcomedthe that America and the Away

'I It is obvious to not blinded bring suffering to thousands thousanus this hatchery Is aiding to a large gest you gee'"thl* firm's prices New Year with a feeling ofHecul'ity of life shall not perish t
anyone by o upon degree, in the promotion of bet- first and we'are positive you will as far as involvmeut in the earth..
; thine and baseless optimism that the great 01 subjugated people-even to German ter poultry stock by hatching go no further. the European and Asiatic conflicts

t plans of last summer for building an impregnable civilians. But they reason that Hitler chicks that are of excellent strain. Mall orders or phone calls are was concerned. The war stilieemed Christian Church
Their chicles may be purchasedIn given prompt attention., I
defense at made himself responsible for these remote., Czechoslovakia
once are not being people any number as the facilities This Is a home concern and Auitrla; and Poland were gone: 'I Chaplain James N. FaultJ(
t realized. It is, easy to appropriate gigantic when he conquered them. nglana can are adequate to take care of any merits your support. Norway, Denmark and the low Christian minister and now '

sums of money., It is easy to make blue not relax the blockade for such an action countries were still intact while lain for the 31st Division ftBlandlng

:- prints of tanks and airplanes and fighting would immeasurably strengthen the enemy. DR. T. J. WELDEN, CHIROPRACTOR France seemed secure"behind her ,, will I I conduct sew
Maglnot Line and England remained Sunday morning: at 11 o'clod
: ships. It is easy to have a great defense Much of the continental food supply
STARKE HOTEL, TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS mistress of the seas and i i the Christian Church In Stc
,' establishment "on, order." But dollars and goes into German war production. It is possessed with ample resources.. All members of the church
9 TO 12-1 TO 5
I blueprints do( not worry potential invaders. estimated that, a million tons of potatoes With startling, swiftness the I urged to ,attend as a biu'
6:30 STREET '
: JACKSONVILLE FLA. brutal forces of
dictatorship' be
meeting will held
The forces which have again brought the have been used to produce fuel alcohol, I Immodli;;
to devor the
swept on better partof
world to Armageddon have respect only for milk'is used for casein and fats go into the I Dr. T. J. Welden offers is an expertin will flow unretarded and health continentalEurope. In quick after the service.
analysis and ,the peopleof will return naturally. -
preparedness. The weak are given no quar production of glycerine and nitro glycerine. this section the highest typeof ,Dr.. Welden Is a professionalman succession Denmark Norway, Holland SIGNS FOR ,SALE-"Roomi
and France
Belgium found
ter. Moral principles, Christian teachings, Most of Hitler's conquests' were made professional service. Many of extraordinary power_of themselves overcome. The main- ,Rent," "For Rent" lOc

are scoffed at. That is not pretty. ;But i it under the name of "protection." Yet Holland 'people from all over this partof understanding of the individual land ''of Europe from, the Artie Bradford County Telegn
the country are visitors-at his and noted for his and
quick cor
in true. was looted of 90 Sea"to the Mediterranean fell Starke.'
per cent of its butter office and' receive very beneficial rect analysis. Then he possesses

This America we know cannot be sure reserves in a week. Denmark's pigs and adjustments. a natural aptitude for the correction under bowers the domination while Britain.of totalitarian Her- VOT1CK) :: OF MAMTKRH: Ml.Tafee .

oC existence"unless 'it solves the problem of poultry are being slaughtered J, canned and The ,work of the chiropractorIs ; ot causes of disease. back. to the wall,, struggled doggedly nollce that,) purmiant t to
,It is not then that he final decree entered by Hon h
Aowr to swiftly build our defenses-and tofcuild sent to Germany. Norwa 's' entire catch to correct displacements foundin | leone of the strange busiest professionalmen arid alone, the last bulwark Srlirlnir a. 'Jurtgro of the tl"rotirt .
the spinal column or other osseous 'ot liberty 'and freedom. of Bradford Cnunlv. ViOlIn '
them in keeping with the democratic of fish is reported seized while Belgian '' of this vicinity for hilt ,ser- America ehancerv. In that rvrtali
I.. oj. soft tissues. This Is at last awakened, and pending In' Haiti court wherei'
tradition which they are designed to protect farmers received "notice that a large per vices are In great demand. We for" the first time'' realized that ..ralloo..rm Mortgage" ('i.rp..rali'i iplnlntlff
done by adjusting movement performed wish to compliment Dr. Welden and W. H Phiiw el, it
and to All the centage of grain and this was no local conflict based
save. productiveness of livestock would be with the bare hands In a upon the very valuable work he is defendant the und..rHhtn.dlIla..r S H
this nation Is needed.1 now-of capital, of inAistry taken over for' the good of the state. The scientific manner, which in time doing in this section and direct was on the in disputes truth' death boundaries but be to the highest will ncll. and at Imxt publlr, bids.
a struggle!!
of government, of l labor. The industrialist western grain reserves of France, confis returns the bony segments to your special attention to his efficient tween, two distinctly different oaitb(otuny,, at courthauKV the south front In Ktnihe duor' ,ol F|
cated norrpal articular relationand 'methods. Chiropractic Ideas" of' life and /Ida. durlrvK. the 'Irirnl hour who seeks government.
: outrageous profits ; by Germany, yielded 2,000,000 or release the pressure that former scientifically applied locates and on February 3, 1041' the fill"pr '
the official who plays politics in time of more tons of food for the Nazi rmy. deviations caused on the removes the cause of disease meet,1941 this sees threat.America With preparing determi-to County.mlH.,.Florida tiltuat to-wlt I In ttnft

danger; the laborer leader who foments Hitler apparently openly admits that nerves affected. When such' ad- thereby adding years to life and nation and courage our Presidenthas :I Quarter The Runt of half the Houthcnut of the SnulH Q"'

unjustified strikes in vital defense industries he is looking out for himself first. One justment. complete, nerve force life to years.MRS. I set In motion every- force I ,.f- Hjinllnn-q"* 29" KH8t-91.!"_. T.un..hln.;...nlnn.. .........44Hquare T, -WHnTINT I'

-cannot be tolerated. We must authoritative German within his power to build up our In SouthweHI corer'
never asked
paper recently LAURA BALL national defense- and while pro- Section it, :TownMilp. 7Range *
forget that we can be destroyed from with- whether the British "really imagined that gress in this direction, has not of Northwest 20) Bunt Quarter; alxo WrM of ..

ftt no less than from without. Germany's food supplies which are indeed EXPERT INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE been as speedy and as coordinated went quarter of SrctloiTowndhlp .

The American people cannot accept great are destined to feed the friends of! 1039 MAY, ST. NEAR LOMAX JACKSONVILLE, FLA. at It should be, our people are Kant; together 7 Houth.with I nil"all'
beginning to appreciate the neces- sIngular the rights. nwmiheredltmentB '
I failure from ,any man-whether the man England this winter?" This despite the con- Few of us realize that it costsno plan will be the most satisfactory. : sity'' for concerted action and all to said and appurtrnu
p..coml. hel..nlrlnl"
who fails holds a great title or is a lowly tinual clamour of the Nazi I propaganda I more when planning our home PaInt. wall paper, draperies, rugs Indications point to renewed effort any wine Incident or upprrti
,. furnishings and decorating to con and curtain'that compliment the the I
worker in a factory. There is no excuse machine that all the conquered nations now I suIt a good decorator and the results furniture and one another make What new the next year. twelve months nr.'V.. Frank Special L ii

for failure., No nation in the world is poten hate England and hope the Empire is de are always certain to be for charm. "Remember many may hold for America and,. the|I KnIght A Knight
tially right. No home, no matter how things that are beautiful individually _Attorney for Plaintiff 1-10 41
so productive as ours. None' has a stroyed.In .

tithe of our riches-riches of manpower no the face of these facts, it seems extremely modest good decorative need lack,counsel the guidanceof today. are in not redecorating beautiful a collectively.And carefully. 1 CLASSIFIED ADS I I IA

SBS.I than riches of wealth and of natural unlikely that any plan to ship food Mrs. Ball has both the skill selected color scheme may bind _____ .
rowurces. 'In this crisis shall to Europe and experienced knowledge to into a' harmonious whole the furnishings FOR SALE
we really as suggested by Mr. Hoover, make -10-acre farm ((5

*earn the calibre of our people and our pub- would prove acceptable to England. The charming your In home appearance.gracious and and in I In her of pleasant a room. studio this all cleared*under). with fence.house Cheap and barn.for TRUE MEDIUMCalls -

Ue men., alternative suggestion is made that Eng addition to her inherent good decorator supervises the expert cash.-C. H. Clark Route 2, your name without !
It is said- of France that in preparingto land and the United States get together on I taste and talent she has limitless making of curtains draperies and Box 37, Starke Fla. 1-3 4tp saying one word.: Tells tilt
lources of correct accessories, slip covers or will select and plan Ject of your visit and H
resist aggression, her government, her a plan to ship huge reserves to the continentas which are either unknown or them from, the proper "materials FOR SALE New and used wish to know. Reunite l

industries and her workers did "too little- soon as the war is finished. closed to you as a consumer. for your own making, From her I trailer bargains. E & S Trailer separated;,gives you lucky

And did it too late." We too are doing too Admittedly Hitler's pledged word can When we remember that she large selections you can be sure I Sales located at Palm Trailer and numbers. After I
little. makes no charge for her time and of just the design that will be Park Orlando Fla. Alma and If you are, not satisfied. Ii
But let us hope that we correct our not be trusted. The record proves this. talent and we only pay for' the perfect with your furniture. National Trailers. tf cost you ,nothing. Guars']

errors before it is too late. When the head Thus any plan to ship food on the strengthof materials and workmanship used So when you have a room that readings dally from 9 a. I

of our Navy observed that "dollars cannot his promise not to confiscate any of it. and that these need be no more you simply cant live with another I TYPEWRITERS -, New Reming/ 9 P., m. PERMANENTLY! '
expensive I nan the same quality day or a whole new home to fur- ton portables, $5 down $5 a CA TED. I M''
buy yesterday, he stated grim truth that for his is
a own use obviously not acceptable I bought elsewhere, we appreciatethis nish and decorate you may safely month. Prices start at $29.75.
very American must realize.In to the British. And .in the opinion of. service. i consult this expert-for really -Bradford County Telegraph. 1109 E. Ocklau-aha A1,

-this great national effort there can some, such a policy would be national suicide There Is no comparison between I she Is an expert, and will assist Starke, Fla. tf
Ocala Fla.
the beauty and satisfaction ,
of a you In the friendliest manner,
fce no failure. The thought cannot be tolerated for the United States. I I
It is pointed out room decorated according to a And believe" It or not she is ,interested NOISELESS: REMINGTON-
that Democracy here' has fallen on that the blockade is the one weapon that is careful plan and one furnishedin In the smallest order, Standard office size, factory rebuilt 3 TO 4 ROOM APART

lath evil days that it cannot compete with producing real offensive results against a hit or miss manner. Whether the perfect shade for your lamp like new. Remarkable for rent furnished or
you complete it all at once or a single slip-cover as the furnishing value. $SO cash Bradford fished, $13 to $25. at A1!
the dictators. In England we have a magnificent Germany, and is the great hope of bringing over a period of time the results and decorating of 'a whole Telegraph, Starke, Fla. tf [ Fla., 32 mi. S. W of S"I

((4 example of what free man fighting eventual victory for England. obtained by following a directed house. ':I via Brooker.-W H.

.1 to retain that freedom can accomplish Any action that would weaken England INVESTMENTS I Box 176 Alachua.Fl5.3WANTEDCommon

against: heartbreaking odds.It before the United States sets its defensive Bank ReportShows Seal Sale FiguresA While The Coins: Is Good l"bo'n

was Winston Churchill who said on house in order is courting disaster. Growth total of $181 has been realized Invest Your Money In done in yard. Apply (

taking office that he could offer his Madison St.
people 0 ,
far 'the
Stockholders of the Florida so on' sale I of HIGH GRADE

nothing !save blood and toil and sweat. Herewe Prophetic Words Of A German Poet Bank at Starke mej here Wed- Christmas Seals la Bradford STOCKS OR BONDS FOR SALE-Portable Ice C

must absorb an ample measure of that Written A Hundred Years f County during the current 'O
Ago nesday and received favorable reports drive. AND YOU WILL HAVE AN plant. 5 gal, freezer.
spirit. No one else can make our sacrifices "Christianity has somehow softened the that deposits had Increased according to an. announcement INCOME AFTER TilE cabinet steam boiler, and

i for us. The responsibility for the perpetuation brutal German lust for battle but it 100 percent during the past year. yesterday by Mrs. M. W. Morrow, BOOM IS OVER Items, cheap for cssIJ.
''p of cannot Most of the Increase took place l chairman. It Is hoped that late equipment in good order
our way of life falls squarely and root it out; and when once that restraining in the last quarter of 1940 aa a returns will swell the total. as Just Drop us a letter further particulars write Jj
or a
irrevocably on the shoulders of us all. No talisman the Cross is broken. then shall we I result of the Camp Blanding development the amount Is short of the total 1 card and our representativewill Goff Goldenseal DairieS. I'
one can avoid it. needed to carry on the anticipated City, Fla. I.
hear I
again the '
clank of the savagery of the tuberculosis In 1941. call and advise you with-
To say that we have now entered on old warriors and mad berserker fury of "lIatl Earnings "were described aa program out obligation. FURNISHED COT TAG"-
I faclory. and all
the most critical modern Western Lake Santa Fe. 5 mile *
years which the Nordic peoples do so much speak were re-elected aa follows: P. A.rlnl'lon. service since the opening of the Guaranty Underwriters Waldo. Electric lIght
civilization has ever known is simply to and sing Then will the old stone gods M. F. Brown. J. I* bank. March 1. 1937." nlng water. Inquire I.',
t sLate the obvious. We do not know how Dart W, B. Sewell. W. P. Smith. Two Inc '1
rise up out of their rubble. They will rub N. new employes have recently I Jewelry Co.,. Caine1"WANTED.rnafl
A. Wakefleld
much time will have and W. L. Wall. been added. They are Sid-
we to make ourselves the millenial dust 310
out of
and AH officers Adams Street
I eyes remained the same ney Shuford: 'and Cleveland Drig-
secure- to guarantee peace in the only way Thor with his hammer will spring forth['with the addition of :Miss Dorothy gers. Jacksonville Florida furnished I

passible in' this disrupted modern world, and shatter the Gothic cathedral." ]I''I Whit' as "assistant cashierObecause W. B. Sewell U president andS. CEDAR LUMBER for'' ment for 'Ught l1oulOt, gi
sale.-Ap Write 395
l( of her "faithful and loyal 1... Peek, Jr., cashier. I ply 505 W. :Madison St. Itp Fla. A-l. -Box

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