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 24, 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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::' "f )FORT' tUtAD.Economy )'I+o11lID1C 241941'
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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

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Must Help To Solve It'sirk Own Problems9'Simons i':, ,: '

Houses Crowded, t Federal Advisor Says City In Fine Financial 't ;

Rushed Kelley Warns Many Plan .
T Condition-Could Borrow Or Bond For .

Owners Of Stock Streets Crowded Much-Needed Improvements f f '

New Road Request has'been made by To Uend 4 ..1

Colonel Officer R. H., Kelley, CommandIng Even The Jai That citizens of Starke are becoming aware of the problems that
Camp Blanding,
Camp that the owners of all stock Birthday BallAnnual Is Overcrowded now confront them as the result of rapid growth and expansion of i
have their cattle and hogs ,
from the camp area removed by- this area was evidenced by an enthusiastic meeting of the Local National ,'

Workers Start the end of this week. EventTo Defense Committee held in the Woman's Club last Friday after 'f'

Cleaning RightofWay'At Colonel Kelley stated that He Held In noon. :
due to the large number of ,
This Ende troops and civilian employeesnow Armory Next Friday It was a session of spade calling, and ,George W. Simons Jr., \i.

traditional sight for sore In of camp troops and coming the dally in, the Increase "Birthday Ball" was on the technical: advisor with the National Resources Planning Board who ,

wasn't sites'! saw in It a this crew week of workactually when- stock roving In the camp will fun-loving tip of every Bradford tongue this Countlans week as has been assigned to help Starke safely through this critical period 'I '

| start cutting a wide I'' become that as traffic a treat in the hazard camp and is began making plan! to attend in its growth, did not mince words when he stated that the Govern {

he rland through east the of thick Alligator pine increasing both day and night what THE hAs nodal come event to be of recognizedas the win- ment, like the Lord helps those who help themselves, i ,
It meant, one thing: that I the roving undesirable.of stock make conditions ter season In Starke. In other words Starke must recognize the fact that it is a going

[State nit from Road both Department ends on was the I I Colonel Kelley is requesting The annual festivity will\ be concern-an expanding business-and do as private* business has
the cooperation of all stock held Friday night January 31, In
oot right-of-way for the new owners in regard to the above the Armory here, with music for done: spend money for new and adequate equipment.
-highway from' Starke to .n. __ __ _
Bland Ing. matter, dancing furnished by Ted Sherwood -- You are in excellent financial
Ir several weeks and His Floridians, reigning' >t tF tI department most significant item }
now a crew orchestra at the University of condition, Mr. Simons stated. to
|en has been working at the k study here To bring insurance ",
I Florida. This musical aggregation "You have practically bonded ratings
sley Lake ,end and approxl- Parking Meters no
needs n 0 Introduction In into the
I proper the
| three 'mllea have been indebtedness. You
ly risk i
Starke are a
as they played here for the '
I Fire !
d and grubbed .there. Itt Underwriters may have ideas that
until this week., however On Birthday Ball last year and also I and could borrow money at a low should be acquired. \
Way HereCouncil forthe( Woman's Club dance earlyin J6. J\
I the'Road Department placed interest rate. You make
I meat at this end, and December.The must up FINANCIAL ,ASSETS: To make capital"\;;\

eites could actually see work Discusses Ball will get under way at your minds to share some of the improvements in Starke, momey will be y f;,
10 o'clock, and admission will be
ogress ected to on mean the thousands project that of Installation At $1.1 60> per couple. Extra ladles,] expense of your expansion your- necessary. Bonds may be required. i

dally In the channels of Meeting TuesdayThe will be charged 50c. Plenty ofj J I selves and not look to the Government for Therefore a full knowledge of-the fiscal" \

trade. For Starke merch- entertainment is promised for 1 every need." and tax structure of both Starke and \,",;

at will least be, the road to paved Blan- City Council regular'here meeting Tuesday of night the spectators dance-for-Mr.even Sherwood'thoB% who and do not his I w .4 Air.\ Simons emphasized that the defenseage that part of Bradford County in Starke t;
|gold. was described by City Clerk Carl boys always have a couple of is part and parcel of a defense generation is essential. _;::'

Is believed that the six Johns as "dull and unimportant"with novelty features up their sleeves. imposing: new demands on cities all 7. PLANNING: Comprehensive plan for ikA
the of discussion They promise a full of fun
exception a quota
of right-of-way (from the of the proposed new parking for all. This unidentified prisoner looks over the Nation, particularly Starke, which Starke and Its environs, including zoning i '

end Blanding of Call reservation Street to) will the meters for Starke. Coin Iloxe, PluredMain musty mournfully, unsanitary out of, .the overcrowdedcity dismal, is the center of a Southeastern territory ,,, housing, sub-division regulations, ,t,

aded within 90 days, under Mr. Johns stated that a rep- purpose of the Ball is to jail. Perhaps he Is lookingfor that has experienced the fastest growing etc. One ,of the first jobs will be the I .".

ble conditions. Hardsurfac- resentative of the company thatIs raise funds to aid in the nation- a friend to ball him out. Per urban development of any section of the preparation of an Inter-zoning ordinance, t,
vlll probably begin Immedt- to Install the meters was in wide fight against infantile paralysis haps h" In merely tryingto decide also ordinance : \
thereafter since with mod- town this week and attended the and other features!!! of this if it's going to rain. But Nation an to control camps and
ndbullding methods It Is noIr council meeting No definite date annual campaign got under way much more likely-he Is comingto Mr. Simons who in private life is a campers.

necessary to allow a grade has been set for the Installation, this week. the window for a breath of consultant in municipal engineering research 8. HEALTH CONTROL: County health
However under it was said, but the meters are Chairman } L. Matthews fresh air after.being herded to-
pet. even :: unit
and laid or Health Hoard
planning before the local be
erected may
now In transit and will be
conditions, It Is'not con- placed coin boxes In many business gether all nlghtSwith 15 or 20 "
fcd likely that the road will. along the Call St., business sec establishments'! along Call other prisoners I Iwa jail that was committee a ten-point program which he ad necessary

}mpieted before July. .tion'*at the earliest possible mo- Street ,where shoppers may-ulrop originally planned tor"capacity. vised that Starke must immediately under. 9. LEGISLATIVE: : Many of these studies

e cause of delay' will'proo)- .ment2fter their arrival. In .smalt :contributions 'to aid, In ,'of four! Starke's, Jail (In reality take if it is to hop(..to .obtain: any Federal may disclose need of special legislative
the ( The nothing but a single barred room
Ibe onti-paralyss|
160-foot fight.
bridge the that will$34,000 replace con-the Christian. .Church ,' lic Is urged to drop 'a few coins In the city hall) has proven en- assistance and sympathy. His outline in 'treatment. In that 'respect it fiTfof
into the boxes and amount tirely Inadequate accommodatethe i brief tunate that' legislative session '
ackle wooden structure now Chaplain James L. .Sandlin, any was: a con- ,
Ing Alligator Creek. Con- former pastor of the Clarksdale, from a cent up is acceptable. the town week-end is culprits from now'its shell that! I. COMMUNITY SERVICES" : Public library venes in Tallahassee' in April. A, committee r
bridge construction is a I Miss, Christian Church will conduct March of OlmenK.
| and becoming a city. Prisonersare I reading rooms, public recreation, should be named to prepare the
I process, and Is one of the services at the Starke Chris- L.I t Williams, principal of B. "
actually freed "without due and and build- local
parks playgrounds public necessary
onest causes of' delay on tian Church Sunday morning at H. S., has pledged the, coopera- *
of law" because there I to
\\ta of this kind.. 11 o'clock. tion of the achol In aiding with no process place to keep (them This distressing ings. The holding and management of 10. SCHOOLS : A growing community i i,
the March of Dimes campaign.The dances other entertainmentevents usually inherits serious school
new Starke-Blanding high- .length of six miles. March of Dimes cards will problem Is only one of public or problems. < \
vlll be 'a double-drive four- In connection with this pro be distributed among the school many which must be solved by for troops and the furnishing of One of these will be space. What are 'ta'

oad centered with a park- ject, Call Street will be widenedto children so that they can do their the Local Defense Committee, chaperones for such events as are plan- present conditions In the school. What t
fund will cost around $500- a width of 40 feet for a distance now just ''beginning to function.
this worthwhile
bit aid In
to ned and held. should be done?
It runs directly east from of two blocks between the
[Street to the south side of end of the pavement at the light drive. 2. PUBLIC UTILITIES: Sewerage ,extension Mr. Simons suggested that committees

ley Lake with only one plant to the corner of Hoover's After 40 Years- Study SchoolsIn and sewage disposal, water supply, should be appointed at once to carry out.suggestions I I
alight curve In Its entire Studio. it
street system extensions and widening contained In this 10-point
_._ It's Still There program y
-- -
Defense AreasCongress sidewalks, street lights and stated that he will return, to Starke, I\
Ever See An In An ?
Egg Egg County Judge, E. K. Perryman, 3. SANITATION AND CLEANLINESS : meet with them, and suggest further avenues ;;

short tells this story very: Interesting short AskedTo Refuse collection and disposal, Clean-up of approach, as soon as they are organized. .,11

Mm. Perrym 1i' first cousin Take ActionTo Campaign, beautification. Must be decided ,Last Friday's meeting was .attended by'' 1. I,

Harry Peek, lived in Starke about Solve ProblemThe whether city will continue free ser a large majority of members. of' the Local !'I

forty years ago; but for many vice or place charges on service rendered Defense Committee, who are: N. D. Wainv ,fl ,
has been living In Louisiana. "
years About three weeks ago he returned need for Increased school! 1. REGULATION OF CONSTRUCTION wright, Jr.'Chairman!' JOB; E. Wilson,,,W.' M, ;"J

to "the old home town" facilities in defense areas will OF BUILDINGS: City must have a Edwards, N Sternberg, E. L. Matthews, A. k1;
be of tentative '
the subject a report -
for a brief visit, and went. to and electrical code. J. Thomas F. F.
prepared by the Bureau of building, plumbing Stump, A Shepherd, i iW.
work at Blanding. .
In his childhood days Harry Education and anon to be filed Investigation of present practices and 1'. Smith S. E. Sparks, Col.' :d. W. Me- ... ','.,

and another cousin, Julian L. I with the Secretary of War and suggestion of minimum regulations to Neese of Camp landing; Mrs. 'W. B. Sewell, ; }

Peek, who also lives In Starke i the Secretary of the Navy In guide construction along sound lines in Mrs." J{. G, Duncan, Mrs. L. A, Davis, Mrs. it r

operated a "play" store under, Washington, D. C. the future. N. D. WainwriKht and Mrs. E. M. Davis '|
old home-the spacious
the present
home of the Judge. They Senator Claud Pepper In discussing 5. PROTECTION OF .P E It SON SAN II All agreed that the outstanding Ij

, Ri wrote a sign in chalk-forty this need, stated that PROPERTY: Police, jails and fire de lems of the town right now was adequate ''
-.f "The situation Is distressing
ago-"GROCERY STORE"on particularly 't
years garbage disposal and the general ''
;; a sill under the house. in the area of Camp partment. Investigate and report on exIsting :.

After forty"years they decidedto Blanding, and will be even more facilities and develop or plan on of the community. Plans were made to '';

go under the house to their so when the 43rd Division Is called what should be done. Adequacy of fire start soon on an intensive clean-up drive.. j''
"store" and see if there remainedany from New England; late In
vestige of their sign. To
their utter amazement there In February or early In March. These Committees Face A Big ResponsibilityMrs. f 11
"It will be Senator
chalk mark was still the sign, necessary
written with boyish fingers, Pepper continued, "for Congressto Evelyn Stephens, secretary Mrs, K, O. Duncan. N, Stemberg, Edwards, chairman. A. J. Thomas.;:
"GROCERY STORE." All01 rnake any necessary appropriations of the Starke Chamber of Mrs N. D Wainwright Sr., Rev. W. II. Bewell, Carl Johns, .Eugene
udt which leads us to remark: ) to provide these school facie Commerce, whose efforts have Chan Allen, Col. O. W. McNeese. S. Matthews: T
"Lives of Great men all re- ties." been largely responsible for the Public Utilities Committee W, Protection to Persons and Prop
mind ua It 'is expected that the report formation of the Local Defense M. Edwards, chairman, II. A. erty: N. D. Wainwright Jr.. w
announcedthe Bishop, Marcus Brown, Carl chairman, Charles E.
We can make our lives sublime, will 'recommend construction of Committee, yesterday ,. Johns A. O.
of the various committees Johns.! Andreu.
leave behind us
And departing school buildings where necessary
the sands of time. that have been named to Sanitation and Cleanliness Com- Health Controls Dr. M. B. Her. S
Footprints on to assure the education of child
ren living in the defense areas carry out Starke' 10-polnt program mittee: S. E. Sparks, Chairman, long, chairman; W. M. Edward. ,
Rotarians Told where It U Impossible for local for necessary! Improvements: Mrs L. A. Davis, Mrs: A. Z. Ad- A,. J. Thomas.
Planning Committee: O. C. Ft.Stageburg. I Legislative Committee: Marcus
4 ""n h Of ResponsibilitiesThe mean facilities.to provide the necessary chairman; W. P. ., Mr. 0, ll: Bea. ley. ,,Mr., C. Brown chairman. ,Frank. ''Land*.,
Smith, Mrs 1C: O. Duncan F, F. A. Knight. VflL rum Chas. E. John
Rev. L, A, Shepherd. .chap Stump 1:. L. Matthews, Mr*. W. Building Codes Committee: W, Schools: E. I* Williams, chair'i
lain of the State Prison Farm and Rotarians Eat AgainJust B. Sewei!:, Mrs. E. M Davis, L. T. Gluts chairmani- Berry Johns. man. Dr. W.' D. Mlddleton S. B. 1))
member of the Rotary Club ftt In been A. Canovs O L. Beasley. Jos E. Wilson.Financial Spark. L.. A. 'Shepherd. W, P. 1<[
caae you've worry- "
talk to Service Committee: Committee W, M. Smith. ,
Starke, gave an Inspiring Community |
Ing about the matter:-the Rotarians |
ou order two eggs,, sir? Well here they are-one inside the fellow members of the club at finally got somebody to

|Even Ripley wouldn't believe this one If we didn't have the the regular meeting Wednesday. feed them Wednesday. After going Theatre Soon Ready Buys BungalowJames Bakery Moves
picture to prove It Several weeks ago Mrs. A. I* Sullivan Theme of his address was the through the list of all local
ressa brought an unusually large hen egg to the Telegraph's great good that could be accomplished chefs with the proverbial fine The new Park Theatre, on Holllngsworth has recently H. Carl Jackson ,of the Starke i
.It wa remarkable for its size and we gave It a prominent by the club in Starke rightat tooth comb George Manassa, South Walnut Street was begunon purchased the new bungalow Bakery, states that he .U moving ,T
curios. Severalter this particular time when, the chairman of the Eat Committee, November 16th-so-",says the recently built by Mr. Princeon
._ among our displays of Bradford County office, picked community is going through the secured the services of Jimmy contractor, D. F Hall. W, N. Weller Street Friday from his old stand on
Chief-of-Pollce Lonzle Alvarez was in our greatest period of change In iu Hart youthful former resident of Caraaslon the owner-manager, Call Street to his Dew location on
n-helled egg up. and It broke 'In his hand. Imagine every- history. Gainesville and now soda jerkerat says he plans to have the "grand Adds 'Wrecker Service Thompson Street, just, back of
the large
prprise to find another perfectly-formed egg Inside "When a member complains CanovVs) Pharmacy. Mr. Hart opening" on February 1st. He Carpenter's, The RexaU Drug I
-el! Inquiry around town has failed to disclose anyone who that he la. too, busy to attend has had previous experience: in will us* only first-run pictures. 3. W, Andrews Jr.. local Ford Store. HI* friends 'and
have seen such a strange formation before. In the above meetings, that I* the very time catering, and the Rotarians expressed .The theatre will teat 650 persons, dealer, announce. that he haa many
Miss Alta Smith, attractive B. H. S. "strawberry blonde," he needs the club most. Mr. satisfaction with their and will cost Including equip- added wrecker service to his other patrons may find him there Frt ; h

By pose with eggs Nos. f and 2. Shepherd concluded. .Wednesday meal. ment approximately $40,000., garage equipment, day morning r



JAN 2 4 1941

Starke Needs' Lots of New Homes, Russell KayI I, the Board NYA suggests Jointly that the Wp.\
',a( Col. Manley In Charger Modern And Inexpensive Like The One Shown Here. program duct and, for maintain service a recres; t

.: .. .. ...."...".,... :..,. ,..,. ." .... .. ., ,. ., ..", .. .w' ..WI''J' l..> the periods they are off men due
While Persons AwayContinuing F"y: : "" ( <> 1 ,'Ji1i.. ; i.,>\.. .- TOO LATE The establishment/ of dull
r \ J.j- :.:' nct ;
l1Fr ) s :( .."", I'" t TO CLASSIFY .. centers alone Is not the Bole
of leaders ,', ,
our glimpses ." (.A<.. lem, however. Experienced
at Camp Hlanding with whom !, '> ,'1 Two weeks ago I told you an ership, the Board points
readers should, be familiar 6 ,q '> of Out k
t our ; Interesting story a even more essential anti ,, I
the Telegraph thin week turns to > t! lady who la finding happiness by Crests that while the Il r

Col. Frederick W. Munley, chiefof < ."..,';. ;,..,. ,"'"'-. bringing cheer Into lonesome lives |. strutting community work hall.of

staff of the 31st Division, who f :' .t} : / through her "Adopt a Mother" recreation grounds is bin
In In command,I at the camp until plan. rled out by the WPA thV
General Persons returns the w. ? "" ....,..... ?_ .s' H > ;. ; C, ,." '
.' >< ;<;:?"p Along the same line comes a i undertake the task
of the week from a ,
latter part Denning, Ca. r : -; :'' ', ,> ,'. ,. .!\ suggestion from a prominent ing a sufficient number of 1 i
short at Foil ', .,' < .
stay 1I'I I'I : ,. y '. "'11:" < >';". clergyman that an equal opportunity ;- at the same time so that ,
of West "
Col. Manley] a veteran ( # ... such
t '. Is afforded Florldlans to projects are completed
Is man of many accomplishments '
Point, a
? fluently "Adopt a Soldier.] He,points out potent ]leadership will be av'
+ He speaks Spanish 1.
y ; that today there are twelve army to man and operate
several assignments J them
I// and during f'
_ and, naval training stations and Two excellent
t' the West Point faculty for
; in the state to which the
and camps Ing Institutes are
has taught drawing, English, W/rWn available i hOl
y government plans to send around one In the Oleon State .
history. 1 F
Rut this scholastic versatility Is 1. Ji rla 'I 82,000 officers and enlisted men: near High Springs, the other
Many thousands already have arrived Deer Lake In the Ocala
I r only one result of his thirty-five cal,
; and others in ever Increasing Forest, near Ocala.
Colonel ]In
In the
regular army.
tit years/
i Mnnley might qualify as a public < '.n I -.-I.I;" :;'-'.':-::"-.. :.." !" the Union.numbers_ from every stateIn two recreation camps, nearly 300 leaden
tiJ } financial expert too; for as a firm .3fn, 44L. w programs could
lieutenant he participated In the SCALE OF recr For the most part they are given a comprehensive and
J t p 'p I young men fine upstanding boys tensive Course of
'1 occupation of Vera Cruz in 19131ft training ,
: and there served for nine months from the farms and homes of the aratory to going into the Lmunitles

as collector of City taxes, with i9i '. ; nation. Many of them have never to direct leisure tlnJ

I"1ft, the title of municipal treasurer. tvsC:.. : Thin large stucco house follows been away from home before and tlvltles of service men 1

Philippines t'lrstj a general exterior style they miss the social life and companionship In Florida It Is prattled]
d TIIMI'OHAKY COMM\NDKK BAT. DR K of friends they left engage In
j These experienced are brief traditional for this type of ar recreation activliiaj

: j'' highlights in a varied army career. commander of the post and com chitecture. It contains three behind. of doors twelve months In

m Upon graduation from West Pointin mandlng officer of the 12th Infantry bedrooms a large living room Local church organizations In year,. and In this specific I Inm

1005: the then Lieutenant Man- Now he is the 31st's with fireplace, dining and room, Tampa have undertaken the task the majority of the training

'd) ]ley asked l for foreign service. He Chief of Staff.A kitchen This house, bathroom was financed garage.. with a of helping; these ]lads find themselves tern are In sections of the b

,! got It. For three years he served native of Minnesota Colonel 'mortgage of $4,300 insured by and making them feel at where It Is practical to plat

[l with the 13th Infantry In the ........... the Federal Housing Adminis home, and members of ,such of doors the year 'round cj
makes his home In st.
) Phlllipine Then he was sent to Manley tration. Exclusive of taxes groups have been 'urged( to do sequently, athletic activities 1

', Went Point us an Instructor InI Augustine, where Mrs. Manley] .. and hazard Insurance, a 25- their bit by taking one or more out of door areas and facil,,]
1 drawing, and remained there four now lives He Is the father of year mortgage of this amount of these boys untler their wing. should be emphasized.Mass .
Mrs. Max S. Johnson, whose husband when financed under the FHA
years, before being assigned lo For the past several weeks the activities should
I border duty a year before the Is a captain in the Corps plan requires average monthly Kay family has entertained two pad
B R of approximately $25. nate in the out of door
payments ;pro
Vera Cruz expedition. of engineers ,and has two grandchildren .- Iii ii: OARAOt1 or three boys from McDlll Field, Illumination for night //WIllI''

l: As municipal treasurer during) a boy and a girl r taking them home for dinner, to will be. essential, as the IIIj

tat 9 the American occupation, the< the beach, or a show. The experience part of the men's ]
.. .. leisure
,t: young first lieutenant Introduced Blanding To Get S. -,' .-ttLR / has been pleasant for comes In the evenings. At t tIng

; + a new wrinkle In Vera Cruz poll.iMl Big Storage PlantsThree these lads are all mighty fine centers adjacent to

tics. He made everyone pay up, .. chaps and they are :so apprecia lakes and rivers, ample pn

r.ut. \ including those whose political giant cold storage; plants, ... tlve of any attention. They eagerly should be made for aquatic i
d1 position had previously placed welcome the opportunity to tell atlon.
"f" them on a favored ]list. to cost from $250,000 to $300.000,' BR .J of their homes and families in

), The common people couldn't understand each to be of most modern and j' PLAN distant states. The State Planning BOa

I, : the sudden shifting ot efficient design, will b e constructed Unfortunately, however, the ready to serve as coordinate!
... the program and offers Itii
a just share of the tax burden
at Camp Blanding, ac task Is too big to be left to individual vices in this connection j

'j those approved more And able Lieutenant to pay, but Manley's they;. 'cording to Information received VANDERBILTBy spent the week-end with Miss Gasoline Gains citizens and there is a credit is due the Board for]

,I' knowledge of Spanish--he from Senator Claude Pepper this Miss Velmu Norman Haven Crosby real need for intelligent and con- splendid work it has already i

had learned In the Phllliplnes Mrs.. B. DeLacy of Green Cove 100,000 GallonsGasoline structive plan to provide social I and both the State amt
week.Each Tom Swain of Starke and Miss and recreational facilities for : governments should I '
nom a convent plant will Springs spent the week-end with give
y padre--came in provide storage these
handily In understanding and be. space and facilities for perish Eunice Snowden, Louis and Mary Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. consumption in Brad boys In the communities problem serious considerate|
Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Murrayof ford County continues to Increase within easy reach of such military it Is one that In becoming
a ing understood by the citizens of able food I to supply 12,500 men Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall of i
Vera Cruz. for four'dayn, or 16,400 for three this section spent Sunday In Green Cove Springs were dinner at the rate of 100,000 gallons camps.

Taught/ l.'ngllMh: days. It Is aalil. that these facilities Lake City.O. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Con- a month, with the figuresfor Recognizing tha need, the Flor THE LEADING CITY

e Shortly after the Vera Cruz Incident will assure enough to pro L. Johns 0 f Jacksonvillespent ner Sunday November totaling 333,082 gal ida State Planning Board alreadyhas Jacksonville,-Final official I

he was returned to Wes vide meat, fresh vegetable, but. Wednesday and Thursday of Mrs. Luther Harrell of Biooker lons as compared with 234,597 In made a survey of several sus figures keep JacksonvflkJ
y ter and similar last week here with Mr. and Mrs. military areas and points out that the lead among Florida die
this time as Instructor In perishable products spent Sunday with her parents, October September's total con
ul, English, and received hla cap for a population the size U D Johns and family. Mr. and Mrs R. M. Crosby sumption' was 157,543 gallons. there are 63 communities located but only by the tiny margin!
within a 50-mile radius of these 893
i taincy. He was still a t West of Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs Levy Normanand persons over burgeoning I
Mr. and Mrs Bishop Thomas
One of the best Indications of various
training ami. A special bulletin from]
Point when the United States en- The units will be of reinforced family were visiting Mr. and and little son Wayne, were dinner I business conditions within a com After careful consideration of bureau I
census Wash!
4 trod<< the World War, but "man concrete construction and a temperature Mrs J'. M. Rosier and family of guests of Mr and Mrs. H. :M. : munity Bradford's gasoline Consumption the need for social planning In gives Jacksonville n
aged to get of 10 will be Woodlawn afternoon. a populll
away. degrees Sunday '
I McRae Sunday.
Is an Indisputable In- connection with the defense of 173.065 Miami total of
program a I
Promoted to major, Colonel maintained., I In the'' center compartment Clydie June, and Charlotte We are .'soTy, to report Mrs.R. 'I'dqx to prosperity in,this area. activities In 'FlOrida, the! 172, Florida 1,897,414. ,
Manley went overseas as adjutant Camp' Blanding will Manning of Starke spent the
Ir i M Crosby on the:sick list. '. --
j of the Olst Division, but after arrival be one of six camps in the country week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. I

In France was placed on to have storage supplies of 'Allen Howard and family. ..

i General John Persh ing's staff aa this magnitude1.OIIIECTOR '. Beland Johns of this section Wives Peeved ,

O-3. For nearly a year he served and Tommie Barnes of Rising By Jax Postmark '
t In France, and was advanced to SKNTKNCED: : have returned home after spend- When there's lots (

lieutenant-colonel. At the war's Jacksonville-George Owens, log a week In Dothan, Ala. :Some unfortunate married men _
end he was again sent to West 24-year-old "conscientious objector Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Knightand In training at Camp Blanding are

Point, this time as assistant professor ," who was convicted In fed- daughter Sandra, of Jack. do
In bad with their wives
of History eral court of falling to register sonville were visiting Mr and getting pause andsa.

f} In 1926 came one of his most under the selective service act, Mrs. F. M. Norman Tuesday. I back home, although perfectly innocent .

colorful assignments, that as mili was given a 15-montha prison Miss Margie Reddish spent Sunday : of any wrongdoing, according ,
sentence night with Mr. and Mrs. I to the items sent In g't s s s
tary attache In the American embassy by Judge Curtis L. Walter by a ,
in Spain a post which he In passing sentence, Judge Lloyd Edwards and family of soldier-reporter to the Plant City T a 34

filled four years. Home again Waller said "In these times of Starke.J. Courier. / 6. a( v

a he nerved for a year and a half general emergency Individual D. Odom of Sampson City I Here Is the sad, sad story: lY.

at Fort Francis E. W arren. viewpoints will have to give way was visiting Mr. and Mrs. F M. The wives get ]letters from their YYw

Cheyenne Wyoming, and then to the common cause." Norman Sunday soldier husbands postmarked from

went to the War College, graduating Mrs. Amanda Silcox Is visiting Jacksonville and think that the
In 1933. BRIDGB DELAYED friends in Starke this' week.A. husbands write them from that

.4 From the War Cofleg, Colonel St Augustine,-Edwin S. Fra- B. Whitehead of Long k
Manl] y went back to the Phllli- Bridge was visiting L L. Ren- city.They y: u
zier, chief bridge engineer for the are of the opinion thatif
pine again, on the staff of the froe Monday on business.
State the men can go to Jacksonville, ti
told officials of the St.
Mrs. Ervin of Jack- ,
Commanding General of the Phll- Padgett Y"ftii
they can go home. But the fact
Augustine and St Johns County I sonville the of Mr. and
ek llpines department. Detailed as was of the matter Is the men aren't
military advisor of Governor Gen- Chamber of Commerce here that Mrs F :M. Norman Saturday of going to Jacksonville

4 eral Frank Murphy-now a Supreme reconstruction work on the Shands last week. 'I
Lots of the mail is picked up
Court Justice- Colonel] Bridge the St.
I across Johns River, '
at the camp and carried to Jacksonville -
Manley's tour of duty lasted three Inking this county with Clay, BOATDRAINBy where it Is dispatched for
years. Ha was returned to Fort near Green Cove
Springs, may Mrs. Z. Z. Grllfls outgoing mail. The post office
Howard, Maryland, where he was not be completed until late May.
Starke take of all
Miss Morrell has at can't care
Margaret returned -
to Jacksonville after Its regular mall and the extra
} that would flood the office from
_ spending two weeks with her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr andMrs. this camp. Therefore, part of It
has to go to Jacksonville. That
W. E. Green.
small Is why soma of ,the wives back
MEAT Mrs. L. O. Tyre and son
home getting letters
Paul Michael, and Mrs. Buck are from
their husbands with the Jack-
Revels] and son, Junior of Flora- k
'I sonville postmark on the envelope
l homo were visiting the former's -i
I parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Pre I e

: CURING vatt Sunday. 9 f./
Mrs. E. E. Lee of Bethel was Creomufsion Sales _

visiting afternoon.Mr. Mrs.. Z. Z. Griffis Sunday I Aided By Ads

k and Mrs. W E. Green and ,
A letter Just received from the
Misses Mildred and Margaret
No increase in PricesWe Morrell were visiting Mr. and sistent Creomulslon advertising Company in says the, Brad."con- T

Mrs. Plene Rugs of .Starke Sunday
ford County Telegraph has greatly
Increased the sale of our productIn
Mr. and :Mrs. Arch Prevatt and '*
your trading area.
children of Jacksonville visited
Specialize In Sugar friends and relatives In this sec Creomulslon] a superior prescription

tion Sunday.. for stubborn coughs,
chest colds and
bronchitis Is especially -
P Harvey Gainey was visiting his
beneficial In the reliefof
mother, Mrs. E. ET. Lee, of Bethel
coughs that follow Influenza. .
Cured MeatsGainesville, A. Griffis made a business Recommended by thousands of Drink
trip to Gainesville Monday. doctors and druggitts from coast S

Gene Lee of Bethel was visiting to coast Creomulslon la sold] and

Ralph] Gainey Sunday. guaranteed by all drug stores.

Wesley] Snyder of Jacksonvilleis TRAIN SCHEDULE cca Ice-cold Coca-Cola adds to relaxation what

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph SouthboundNo. .

Ice 8 Gainey this week 1 due:, Starke 11:35: ,P. M. relaxation always needs,-pure, wholesome

local.No. Delicious ml
RISINGBy 107 due Starke 9:28': A. M. it refreshment. And Coca-Cola has a unique
Cold Mrs. II. II. Lewis Ret res hi n j
I local.No.
Storage Co. 191 due Starke 10:53: P.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris and : :M. loflaml.I taste you never tire of. So when you pause

children, Gladys and Harriet of I NorthboundNo.

J. L. GEORGE, Mgr. New York, who are spending a 2 due Starke 5:28: A. M. throughout the day, make it fne pause ,thai

few day. in Jacksonville, were ] YOU TASTE
Phone 1067 visiting Mr. and :Mr. W, C. Con local.No.. QUALITY '
1201 N. Grove St. 108 due Starke 5:36: P. M. refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola.
ner Sunday afternoon. through.

GAINESVILLE Bert Shaw was a business visitor Starke and Bell Brunch

FLORIDA to Lake Butler Tuesday No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: A.

with his family at Plant City. M.No.. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: P. '
I Miss Mary Powell of Starke 3I.. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.


2 4 1941 .


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r Makes Good Use ilenoe t'nknown: Florida west Quarter "f tI..t tlon' <1 Section 8 mid, thence. "run, defendant and that It I" this belief '
It IH ordered that I liONK' AND ORDERED flt ... .. the raid defendant ,,.
.y hereby you Starke, Township T South, Han KB 427 feel tin net' I inn W f the affiant that '
Farmers' Market Facilitiesadford are re' uirfd to appear on the 3rd Florida, this Slut day ot DecemberA. East; together with I allI, feet thenc' run "South, 427 In over he age ..t:1I: tvvsrs. \.
Is day l of February. A. H. 1911. before D. 1940OFFICIAL, HliiKulnr. the rights, ,,..: .: t. thus.. run Feet 4KX fr.'t 11' 114 THKHKFOUI3 OHDKHMD.That l
the above entitled court to the bill ( : SEAL) A. J. Thomas, hersdilntrntN and .. ( ...... beKlnnlnnT. and also t h.. defendant, Charles O.WoodbrldK *\
county farmers are state-wide system of 27 state of complaint filed nxnlnxt( yvu 'In Clerk. 1-3 4t 134MtdTBK'H to said premtsen beloiiKlnK or ItII'O\ : : t" the: Northeast ror- b" and he .In" herebyrequired ,
the shove entitled tat, me: and anv wise' Incident or .. ...... .. of NW1-, of NHVt "f Section\ to appear on or before
ig a major role In the deprogram owned and operated farmers' markets Bradford Count Telritraph". I III ,,.,I.K Inir. Ti' 7 .... t. 23 !1And: thence' : the 3rd day ot. February 11141 t.<>
of the nation by; scattered from Pensacola In hereby designated .an the newspaper NOTK-K In hereby given that T. Frank I.andrum Awi)h 213 feel, thence run answer the bill of complaint filed 411\
I, In which thin. order shall be under and by virtue .vf a Final Special )"". 4X8 feet thence I run North In this) cause, otherwise. the allegations
Ing vegetables to Camp northwest Florida to Florida Cityon i published once a week for fourarnsecutlys Decree of Foreclomire made and Knight A Knight feet, thence run Knst IAN of said. bill of complaint 1 ,
through the State Farm- the lower east coast. During i weekM.WltneHH rendered' by the Honorable A. 7. Attorneys for Plaintiff 1-10 U to point of beginning' all\ will be taken .an'ounfesned' by walddefendant. ,\
'my hand and the deal Adklna. Judge of the Circuit. Courtof In 'rP. 7 S U. 22 Oast, .I
arket here.L. the height of the winter vegetable of thin' court at Starke. Florida. the 26th Judicial Circuit of Flor aat/'d I n Hradford. County, IT W FURTHER OUDT3RED
Gentry manager of thee season It, will be possible for the: thin 26th day of December A. 1>. Ida In and for Hradford County inChancery IIHI IICK:11 OK TO I'l'RI.H't'r10VV ..1'1'11] RThe ,, ; That this order be published once t'!:
U40. dated December St h, .. sale, for I333.lt cash. n* week for four consecutive weeksIn
"Thia marls buyers from the state of Florida to a
market. says: Army'and Navyto (OFFICIAL /SEAL! ) A..J. Thomas, 140 In that certain cause th..I..11Ilal..ly .. 11)51 now on file In the the Bradford County Teleitraph.
needs of obtain Clerk ,of the Circuit Court. ending hetw..n Clark I. Webb whoso address la Route {<
the from circulation
mipplying I any or of said Count Judas, this a newspaper of general
I U. A. Htvphent, Jordan. Plaintiff art d Irven E. 3, Sparks, ileoritla: 9th A. D. ID.... published 1n Bradford County I I
farm all of the South ,
> Blanding for all pro- I Florida markets Plaintiff. Attorney I-34t: 1-24 Bernard. Defendant the under.signed You are notified that bill of T. Flank I.nndrum Florida. "
Bradford County and from the Northwest Florida I who wa therein appointed plaint for divorce. and due ", ,
In ..
grown 1 of I the estate of William and the neal i
for han
this order hlb.n filed WITNKSS my
( 0011' In
THR an Hpeclal Mauler Chancery to
rnes taking the farmers' en- : markets during the summer sea- EIGHTIJI'lIC1'L (.IIt.I'IT OF execute the panic' will on Monday Circuit Court of Hradford (' Andrews.. of thl. Court ".t Starke, Florida. ,
Defense THW "ST.'TK Florida, 1 In cane wherein Karl I ( it 3-7 this :Stud day of January, 1 41.OFFICIAL. ,
output. While the farmers ion. agency buyers on .I.OHIU'. IVAM the 3rd day of February, 1(41. during :
J. ThomasCleric i
> FOR Wehb U plaintiff. and Laictle ( SEAL) A
\1IFOHU rOINTY the legal hour of imle before
of great assistance to the : any state market platform may IV ('11 A NCJiKY. the Courthouse. door. In Rtarke I* defendant and you are .. (1IICMT COl'RT Of THE Circuit Court. ''
j the army likewise la proof trade directly with the farmer or Lester A. l>urrance. Florida, null to the hlRhent and required to appear In nald JIIIICI\I, 4'I It 'IT OK BUSSRY.: MANN A nAUTONfSt
: :: p .
on the 3rd day of February, ) Petershiir. Florida, Attorney
Plaintiff beat bidder for cash, the followIn I 111 ', IV AMI: HHtll- II
great help to the farmer through his representatives. -v..- *; described lands, situate, lying' : Hradford County Telegraph' II' COtNT1'. IV CIIANCKItV.' for Plaintiff. l.a it 1-31 .1'\
rovicllng him a cash market 'Governor Holland ,and Commissioner Nellie P, Durrance, and being 'In Bradford County. designated aa the newspaper, io.! ova. I
[ for everything hejalse of Agriculture Nathan efendant. Florida to-wlt: which this. order shall he. "U OHRAT: A P TEA) IV TIIH CIRCI'IT COVMT OP THE ;\
to home BII.L. FOR DIVORCEOaDhlt The SK\i of Section T, Township once a week for four ..II .."" : A N Y, a corporation) KIMMTH: JlllK'lll. CIRCI'IT IVN1) "
that 1 Is of good quality." Mayo are, intensely interested In OP Pt HI.ICATlnV! 7, Houlh, Range I'J }East with weeka prior to said return ... ...., and exist ing) .\ FOH Hltl>FOHIl 4-Ot'NTY
the farm- aiding the defense and STATE OF FLORIDA; the appurtenance) Said sale to Witness my hand and official .01,1 the law of the) FI.OMII. IV ('11 t''">IC'lIltY.
Iger Gentry urges program TO Nellie n. .jMirranc > be made pursuant to .still. Ducree at Starke. Florida thIs 4lh day of Anions and hnv*) ", fkOTII] TO HKFKVUtVTAleen : : I
io carefully grow and pack eel that the facilities available it'appnevll B from the Affidavit to satisfy. the same and costs i'F.I'J1:\ 1941. principal office and) 11. Italian!I no. ,
I they will be ac- through the state markets will be filed In the above entitled cauxa: T. Frank La nil rum. A lA I.) A. J. n( hualnesH In the) Plaintiff "
products' so I that the place of reHldenre of Nettle As Special Master In Chancery Clerk of Circuit Court } II New York. State. ) -"..-
ble to this market. of- great assistance to this pro- B. Uurrance the Defendant .la. 1-S 4t 124VOTK'K County. Florida. 1-10 4t York 1 r'aul. U. Rallantlne. I
State Market Is one of a gram. unknown; that, her lam nxrlflal -- (Plaintiff ) Defendant.
; places l of residence, known to Affiant 0"III \,,'rF.UOC1,101 iv TIIK -orvrv .11 ixirM coi' ) 'TO: I'aul O. KalianIne! whose
I I wan. Seville. Florida; that. laid DeI Take notice that pursuant to the I' tMt KOH lilt \t>Kt> ,': O. WOOD-) residence. la unknown r
: Pendant. ,IH over the Bite of twenty- final decree entered by Hon. It. 1. 'OI''V1'1 FI..HUIt "' resident\ and. ) 1 You are hereby notified that a
El Over Auto Tagsses one. years. and that there IH no Sebrlnir nn Indite of the circuit. IN":' THW MATTKII: tI F': ofa l.ynn. State nil hill of complaint' has heen filed' !"
person In the State of Klorldn.' tcrvke court of Bradford County, Florida, tll'AItI'IANIIil' OK. WIt.t.TA\f: "" \ ", :MICS MINA: ) against you In the office of the
. Deadline Extension On Licenses of ...ubpo.n.11"1 whom would In chancery In that certain cause, ANTHONY ANDItKXVH. A :\ : \t.y. and her hu...) Clerk of the Circuit Court, the ,
bind' the mild. Defendant.IT pending In said court wherein .. ..d-I NOfHH OF til ."1111 \,'" ,l \ I.I THOMAS F. (illADY.) sam. being a bill' complaint for I ,
IS HI'JHF.UOHII"RO! that eat Farm MortiraKe Corporation Take NolI..p'h..t : of Hrxrke. llrad-) AI"
Ixup In the price of auto- the Motor Vehicle Department in the Defendant. Nellie U. Ditrraiife., plaintiff and, W. II. Shaw et ai, are I ,\ the undersigned Florida ) Yuu'are hereby notified to file
three be and. she In hereby required toappear defendants the undtrslKnd, Special I IntetulH to apply 1th... ''''''" I Defendant's. ) your appearance In writing, either.
e i license ,tags for Issuing Improper tages oh cer- to the. till! of complaint) !Master will sell at public outcry K. K. ferryman;, County Judge; DIIt: 01 IM m.ict'rio\ personally or hy attorney on or
of 1941 cars' resulted in a tain models has caused consider- filed In the shove entitled cuuxe, I tu the hlolit'xt,. and bent older fur lirailford. County Klorld.w at \' .....'., hv l affidavit filed) In before the. :Srd day of February 1 i
of the time for able and confusion wherein the Plaintiff seeks tu ob cash at I the south front door of the I of floe of the said. County .1 Judge .. slyled' cause hut( Iha'' i.. D. lull, or default will !b.
extenxion anxiety over tain' a ,illvince from the Defendant county I'ouithouse In FI n r ke, Florida the County Courthouse at ,' Charles: O.Vond lirliln taken against you In Bald suit.
utonioblle owners to get,. the State" 'the Governor said. I i, Nellie' It. Durranre, on or betore tithing the legal hnura. of sale Florida' at 10:00: A, M. ..',:Iwk i j : :, ,: :of: a state; or county: 1 1I It I I.. further ordered that thin
Monday, the Snl day of February, on February 3. 1841 tha followliiKpretnlsvM ,I February 10, 1941, I than the Slate of Floi'Ida. ; notice be published In the ltradturd -
plates i "To give the tax collectors and A. 1>.. 1941. otherwise the allNgaiions idtuate' In I liradfotdCounty atithorlxlnM. : thtt. cats r"ItIntIlW;: : I I .r.. ldirnce, nn piirtIriiliu'lv. County 'Telegraph once each
I. SpeHsard L. Holland grant-i the public ample opportunity to+ uf the Half) bill will betaken FlurUla to-Wit. ; IIIK real estate of WlllUiiu\ .\ known to affiant .IH City of week: for four consecutive week, I
the an coiifentivd by the said The lOavt half of ,.tv> flolI'h"A"tJ".rl..r Andrews'; K minor to-wit. County of KHSHX' and State" Witness: my hand and official
jt extension moves I work out these tag exchanges I' efendnnt. ( of the Southeast, Quarterof An undivided one-third : '-",'biiwi'llNj' ; that his inalllnw neal thin 31st day of December. ..
|ne for new licenses up to am extending the deadline to February 11" l.'"t FI7KTIIEH. OHI1KHKO that Sect inn 2H. Township: | 7 South torest In and' to: the H't' of I41'. and\ plarfl of 'business I I.. A. 11, 1940.OFFICIAL.
Inry 1.Bhe this Under' bo published once a UatiKe 20 Kant: ; also, 414 yards ot SKVi: of Section A and. \ ...II'ul Avenue, Lynn III""..a- ( SWAI.' ) A. J. Thoman; '
1. week. for four coiiHHcntlvo weeksIn square In Southwest corner of of .sviof jI, S\Vi. of Section l that. there Is no person Clerk I Circuit. Court of Dradforti: ;
same time. D. W. Finley Boiy types originally licensedfor the Hradford County Telegraph, Section 21, Township 7 South' all In 1'1\ S. it. 22: 10.] .; al. stale of Flnrldn, the scr- County, Florid
I Motor vehicle commissioner ; u newspaper' ) of general circulation Hansca :20!I I':...... ale.Ycst half hewlnnlnit' 'at the Soiiihvust a subpoena, or summons. John J. ilendnrvon. solicitor forplitlnllff. ,
$10 and now moved Into the publlMltrd In Mradfurd County, of Northwest Quarter of South' ner of the MWof" the Mi::'<|- whom,. would hind the said 1-3 4t 1.24 '
111 persons who had obtained $15 bracket are: J

lay tags Fords.e N ulre. them which the for.$15 Chevrolets$5 for 11 later plates difference the body proper were must and types found tags Ply-ex-of' .deluxe special sedan Chevrolet cabriolet.sport master deluxetown sedan master,deluxe and sedan deluxe sport special: special sedan town deluxe FORD IS THE BIGGEST -WHERE ::1 i,: '

the exchanges are not made Ford deluxe tudor deluxe for-

ptomoblle owner will be sub- dor super deluxe tudor super deluxe i

arrest for operating a cart fordor and super deluxe convertible r

( a proper license. Finley club coupe.

realize that the mistake of vertible Plymouth coupe.special deluxe con- SIZE MEANS MOST COMFORT

NY BROOK FARMy home visiting his mother, Mrs I
Mabel Sullivan. :

MlM Arsula Crosby Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and

L children of Jacksonville were
Arch Dobbs and daughter
visiting Mr. Zeigler's parents, Mr.
t, spent Thuradaywith, Mrs.
I daughter-in-law Mrs. Alton and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler, Saturday

afternoon.Mrs. .
D. W. Moore returnedI
fc-rence Deloach and Zack
I Monday after spending a few
I of Georgia are spending a ( days in Belle Glade with her son
lays with Ward's
Mr. par- Howard Moore.

air. and Mrs W. C. ,Ward. I Mr. W. E. Gillespie of Glen-

I and Mrs. Randolph Crosby i wood was visiting friends here

trksonvllle were guests of Monday afternoon. a

Crosby's parents, Mr. and Miss Ida Hagan was a visitor 1lG I
It:. C. Crosby and family to Starke''Thursday. {

Mr...end Mrs. R.C.i Zeigler and

Ralford Brown and son little daughter of Gainesville 1 LI 1
I, and Robert Barker of visited Mr. Zeigler's parents Mr. l

City'and Miss Nona Browne and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler. Thursday.D. .

Alfred spent the 'weekth W. Moore was a business '

Mrs. Arie Brown and visitor to Starke Monday.We \

Inez Kelly. are glad to report Mrs. H The AlAN with the "II EA S U RING STICK"W1i11
I. W T. Crosby and son D May Improving after a fall In .

In, were transacting busl- which she had the misfortune to

I m Novis Jacksonville Sapp of recently.New River break We her are arm.happy to report Mrs. \ i Show' You That Among Loading

lie guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Garret out again after be- 1\\
ing confined to her bed for sev-

I Ward Browning and family.. ''Earnest Sunday.Hill eral days with flu. Low Price I (J Cars Ford i Has Whereverroommean.mo.ttoyourcpmort- 4:

krnon Sharpe were, visiting HOW LUCKY a you'll find that Ford outmeasures the"other tWo." ::

I and 'relatives In Marlanna Guest: "The dinner was deli- There' more comfort for you la Ford's broad {+

lie week-end.. cious. You must have an old .eaes,wider doors and greater Inside length.More f':1 i

family cook." I She'sbeen Greatest Total Seatmg .* Greatest Front Seat comfort in Ford's extra front test headroom and )1"

I THERESSABy ,Hostess: "Yes Indeed legroom. Ford's larger windshield and rear win- :
Mrs. A. I Sullivan with us ten or twelve meals. WidthMost Headroom I
I -Times-Union. dow give you a more comortable-and tafer- r:,il

and Mrs. C. Sullivan were I view of the road.:1' ;:

k visitors to Starke Satur- IN jr TH ICIAI"5 CIRCUIT> CIRCUIT COI'RT Of KIAIITH FI.OR- Passenger Room Greatest Kneeroom And Ford has made tiding more comfortable 'ji.

lp -with brand Ji i
new engineering developmenty -
I S. W. Griffith and son (0VNFY.Iv CHANCERY' "
"SLOW-MOTION SPRINGS. The "jarring"; t
I are visiting her parents A. W. Cousins. .
Plaintiff. 4 and "jouncing" that went with old-type spring p/
Id .
Mrs A. L. Sullivan. "
I Minnie Swindell of Jack- : Elizabeth-".- M. Coualn, Biggest Inside Length :. ( Widest Doors is now eliminated.You glid over bumps.These .;,

Defendant.OKDKK "Slow-Motion Springs" plus new stabiliser' I
m visited her''parents. Mr. 1 Of SERVICE J
Is. S. R. Swindell this week- NOTICE TO APPEAR stiffer frame and improved shock absorbers give a

THE STATE OF FLORIDA; Ford a ride that's not }Just an Improvement-but :
TO K) .aheth M. Couln, .
I Mattte, Sibley and Walter It In Unknown hereby ordered that you KT Longest Sprtngbase "4" Greatest Visibility tomplehly new I 11 t
Visited Mrs. Sibley'a au required to appear on the 3rd See Its ROOMINESS.Try its great RIDE. Discover
I, Lonnie Youngblood who day of February'A. D. 1941. before
the above entitled court to the bill the faster "get away' with the Ford's iI.,
f the government hospital of complaint filed against you In
f City Saturday and Mon- the above entitled eau.e: and l POWERFUL V-8 Economy Engine. Then get ',d:

Bradford roun.tv Teleurpn .u- our "deal" on your present car. Come In-tod.yl! .t
hereby designated all the newspaper
>. Garrett was a businessto In which this. order "hall be ; 1
for four
publlnhrd once a week &
Starke Wednesday.and consecutive weeks.
seal New Quietness You'll Enjoy l
Mrs. J. A. Milliken Wltnei my hand and the
of thin court at Starke. Florida. w 5 D/g Cing..Brlnn New Qufotnew of Kid .1
idren relBiere c )
of Ocala visited thin' ZSth day of December A. 1> "& t totk.LowP.lnrleld.llN.wa.wmlDe.d.
1940.OFFICIAL. .1
Sunday. > nine
( PEAL) A J. 'Thomas, Au6berlnr4nlut JComplRaellrlrroa'
B. Sullivan was a businessto Clerk of the Circuit Court. Body
; a FA ram.,111100auReefrsm..l1)C,1r..JD11.: 'I
,,Gainesville last week. O.Plaintiff A. Htepnen Attorney. 1-SU 134tV rtN7 y Vh..l to AbMub R.....Rumble>

Sullivan apent Monday In
> L. ( IHIIT, OF !'.<)"- .

Kiting Mr. and Mrs. T. F.Friday toISTY.Iv 'IIAVCF.HY .,

evening. -VII-Plaintiff AND YOU'LL GET A

Ben Hall was visiting rel- Olin. a. Gentry

ere Tuesday.and Defendant. Ii"
Mrs.' Everett Harris MOTK'K TO APPEAR
,......1. iii Gentry
Harris all of Tampa, were TUB TATe relatives here Sunday. TO Olin. B. Gentry Residence Unknowns -

Thornton Johns and chll- It III hereby ordered that ynit. [
Hampton were visiting are required to appear on the :lrd r.el. .]
day of February A. D. 141. before -
her Lydia Hall Saturday.
the above entitled court to
bid Mrs. J. D. Griffis and the bill of complaint filed against' .. !
entitled ..au. tf tfA.
Mrs. R. C. Dampier at-I and you 'Hradfordb County Telegraph"l ;

Ba birthday diner In hereby designated all the n.w"- F
B In which this order .hall be
Thursday night for theirS week for tourWitness r
W. T. Zelgler. consecutive week..
and the ..ealor
ire sorry to report that my
this court
R J. Zeigler la 111 at pres- thli. 2nd day of January A. L>. ,

Bferlng from a fractured :M.!. J Thomas
bruises received In a fall Clerk of the Circuit Court.

We hope that she will O.Plaintiff A. Stephen Attorney.. 1.2 n I.U ,
again. ...
Kid Mrs. John Sullivan ofWere IV THE CIRCI-IT 'OI'nT. F..nIlTII
visiting relatives here ('"*L Avi ('! IT BKAUPUItU OF Kl.n.i. Starke. Florida .
k. IV
(: : "
ev. and Mra. C. A. War- OIVTY.I' CHVZ'ERY
Dorothy Louise lIod.... Ii'
Hampton were recently Plalntltt.v. i
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan .-

I at the home of her son.; AI.IL. Webster ORDER I..t..ndant.: Hodire OF SERVICE WE UVIIfiB.SEI.t] 'EM: A11. J :

KSullivan, who has been reap' ""NrrlelC'A'r OJ"TO l"1oRlnAI APPEAR _-. _. ..... .... _" ....,,..ao.. ...... _,. ....-. .............. <_ '4io , ."" I.... ... ,.. r.. ....... ..> it. ,A. : >
mt camp at Tallahassee; la 'TO Ale*. "".....t.r Hudaia. Rcd; I..

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; Ing l business: even though per- Immediate goals of the --
I Song" (Benson Merchants To Bid WPA
choir "I Have a
II' ; SOCIETY and CLUBS I ), with Mrs F. H. Long organist On Cafeteria FoodWe haps not "as usual.1DEFKNSK operated defense progl'RnI111 ,

and Julius Freer, violinist. COMES FIRST speedy completion of roads h,
Sam Barnes. talented tenor soloist, viding access, to J
wish to all military
Jacksonville,-With early completion 'l
I Visiting Ministers formerly of Orlando, sang "My another opportunity to enter bids naval reservations ana ?
U. regardedas
W. S. C. S. Circles Intermediate II. Y. T. Task." of 17 airports Nat{(
for the B. H S. Guard
Heard By MethodistThe on groceries important links in Florida's air armories
Had Meeting Monday I I Has Enjoyable MeetingThe At oeven-thlrty in the evening, Cafeteria. It is our desire to receive defense, as one of three major

Intermediate n. Y. P. U congregations at the Methodist the Rev. Sam Bradley, of Tal- quotations on the following objectives for 1941 the WPA will SUPREME COURT CHIEF
t The Woman Society of Christian I church last Sunday had the i. ledega, Ala., who. Is In training at materials: assign 75* per cent of its constructing Tallahassee,-The Florida
Service of the Methodist met In the Baptist Church annex Camp Blanding preached on the cwt. U. S. No. 1. Court gis
pleasure of hearing two visiting Irish Potatoes personnel, o r 18,000 preme elected
church: met Monday afternoon In Tuesday evening from 6:30 until ministers, and were also favored subject of "How, God speaks to Tomatoes No 10 cans. workers, to ,prepardness projects Brown chief Justice for 7 itH
r the Educational Building, with 9 o'clock for its regular business with special music by the choir you." Mr Womak Conducted ,the. Fresh Lima Beans No. 10 cans early in 1041 State Administrator year term He succeeds JIlfUro' ,
twelve members present. and social meeting.The and visiting musicians singing 'In 'an. enthusiastic man. Field Peas No. 10 cans Roy Schroder -said. Other Glenn Terrell.
wt Mrs. Titus Olson was the leaderof Dr. H. Carter Hardin, District ner,.and a l large number of' young String Beans No. 10 cans
colors of red and white ------------- ------------- -
f the devotional service and the I Superintendent of the Gainesville people were in, attendace.. Turnips No. 10 cans. OQQQQQQ
keynote of her talk was helping were used in decorating and the District, preached at 11 o'clock Onions, small quantities.

others by sharing what we have luncheon table attractive with a using as his topic the seventh Plant City Berries Celery, small quantities. I SensationalClose
The hymn "A Charge to Keep I : red 'and white tablecloth centered verse of the sixth chapter of Best grade all meat stew In 20

+t t Have" was sung and Miss Kate .with a bowl of white narcissi. Galatians: "Be not deceived; God Get SetBackThe to 30 pound quantities.The .
Struth read the Bible lesson. Is not mocked, for whatsoever a above to meet U. S. No.1 1
At the business session, the recent cold weather step
"Home Missions and Health"was man soweth that shall he also specifications.We Out
the topic reviewed by MraK. following officers were elected for reap" son ped in back to. set about'the three strawberry,weeks sea-at have been fortunate this ;

11 K. Perryman. Helping Up- the year; President Shirley Mor- Dr. Hardin also presented the Plant where"'shJpments were year m the operation of our cafe-
{; rooted Americans at Camp Blan gan; V1 c eP resident Geraldine cause of the Wesley Foundationin beginning City to get into full swing. teria. We have been In positionto OF ALLLADIES !
ding was the subject.of a talk by Silcox; Secretary-Treasurer Alice Gainesville, the object beingto give more free lunches to R
Mrs. E. D Kltteredge, who told erect at the University of Berry bloom there received underprivileged children. We have
interesting experiences about June Harding ; Bible Quiz, to about a 20 percent damage, and better lunches !
; Homo Florida a building adequate been able to aerve HATSWE
helping the migrant clasH at the Georgia Gilpin; Group Captain, the plans of ministering to the small green berries were harmedIn than those served In previous

I Camp. Elnora Bennett; Pianist, Seleta religious needs of 800 Methodist some Instances; years", We have been able to pay
The business sesBion was pre Sparks; Leader, Miss Dorothy Alvarez young men now at the University.The During the past week Plant cash dally for materials pur- ARE DEFINITELY DISCONTINUING OUR i

f'l( sided over by the president, Mrs ; Sponsor, Mrs S. E. Sparks project is endorsed\ by Dr City growers shipped 223,632 I chased. It has not been necessary ) LINE OF ALL LADIES HATS
John J. Tlgert president of the pints>, and. prices strengthenedover to 'approach you or other !
social hour ogumt'H
who called reports Following a
Perrymnn :
1 and Bishop Arthur J. ,the week-end, rising from for contributionsfor '
salad University I business men .
and music, a course
from officers and committees.Excellent 12 to 14 cents a pint I M
has been
Moore. A campaign : continuing cafeteria opera-
for ,
annual and 1 monthly reports was served by the hostesses launched In Florida proposing to Total shipments from Plant ': tions.! 98c 1.98
Silcox, Jlar- :
the afternoon, MlMBt-s
l also Miss Ollvo '
were rise $50,000 for the purpose of City so far this season have All of the above' lias' been made TOEVERY
nay corresponding secretary! ding/ and Gilpin. reached pints, bringing I'I
All Intermediates who do not erecting I / a Wesley Foundation 1,168,732 from whom we have purchased
i read a quarterly report that building.The growers around 146068. i supplies have been considerate and :: j
showed\ good work had l been done attend other services on Sundays HAT
from 7 o'clock until 8 o'clock are choir director, Mrs. A. Z. helpful and have priced materialsto
the past t
i by the Society had T'It8wrlter'rlbbons ok- all kind For ,
Adklns, special
Invited to attend B. Y. P. U. arranged us at a very close margin. '
i three months music for the service and theiCarolyn II i for Male at the Telegraph office this kind interest, we are sincerely ;

*...'-'-'-'--'_.__._-_- ._--.---.--.-_..-_--_-..-_..-_..-- ------. grateful. Go !a
Must !
Will you kindly submit your bid
CallstreetGreetings 22, 1941:
I I In writing by January -
PLAN TO ATTEND Please repeat your bid each week t t '," ;
a until the close of school. ALL SELLING BELOW COST

Callstreetera any laughs" Bill says Well, he "s. Sincerely,
THE ANNUAL t Honestly--'It's get tin' now should worry He's got plentyof E L. Williams\ Principal. 6
that familiar faces are so few waistline to work with Bradford High School. .

SEASON":7k and far between I often wonder Well, of all the alls! Usedto
where my next paragraph Is com- hear about grandma's; qulltin' Call St., Landmark
In' from ,'* In the good old dull bees, but Hazel Matthews has
days 'twas no trouble atall to been hold In' looper clip parties Must Move

dish up the dirt for most every- these afternoons after school .
body had time to stop and chat To the uninitiated: a looper clipIs Starke's present boom will soon
and give you a little low-down the trimming| from a stockingtop result in a moving day for another -

But now-a-days If you finally sometimes used by the fair time-honored Bradford'
do chance to run Into some- sex to cichet into rugs for the County firm. .t AT GREAT SAVINGSAll

w :BaLL body you know, he or she Is living room or bedroom floor t J. W. White & Son, merchantshere
131'iLILIaj dodging between autos elbowin'Into Hazel ordered a hundred poundsof since 1806 must vacate their
present site, 115 Call.Street (former Winter Coats Sweaters Dresses-
or out of the pemtofflce, or the stuff and has put all the kids ,
tryln to find a parkin' place t In the neighborhood to work, at J. C. Manning building), not

it Fact Is, everybody is just about so much per hour clennin' off the later than March 1. Ladies and Children's Snuggies, Flannel G
FOR THE PRESIDENT as busy as Mr. Kels of Solomon ravelings ; Sister Madge Mid- This enforced moving Is not the
& Kela (Camp Blanding engineers dleton will assume the gargantuan result of soaring rents, but simply Pajamas, Children's Corduroy Over-
) who just got around to task of converting the hundred because the new owner, Mrs.

opening his Christmas cards this pounds of loops into a tug. .' Ouranla Amprazls, Is going to
ARMORY week My sympathy, Mr. Whoops! Bet she'll be loopln' "take over" on that date. Upstairs "
1r Kels I'm savin' mine for the loop if she ever gets through there will be a modern
the Fourth of July t rooming house of 10 rooms, in alls.Marguerite's
Scallions the alarmist who addition to the apartment of the
Friday NightJ Fancy Ethel Biggs' surprise ;
owner "Dame Rumor" has It that I
started in Shoppe
when she learned that her Wal- a rumor Carpenter'sdrug
there Is to be a' bar downstairs
store that tuxedos would be
If iff nut Street domicile had been the
,, it t.3 t 1 s' t scene of .wedding Sunday after- de rlgeur (required raiment ,to but the new owner neither denies "
noon, and she didn't know a thing ;you) at the Birthday Ball next nor confirms the story The building -I M'Starke Florida I
t ?: ,
? about it .at the time! .. Seemsa week, v, I' qteucq;, thing the )Is being renovated inside and ''-v .
11 T, .: a coat of fresh stucco Is being
chairman ,
Camp Blanding I 1 Chaplain says" Boys wear
MUSIC BY TED SHERWOOD rented one of her rooms over the what you please; (within reason, added to the outside In prepara- -- _.____ ,- -- ":._ u!'_: ___ _
of ) An' tion for its new occupant.In .
week-end and obligingly performed course ?, gals wear
prettiest ., If the meanwhile Mr. White is
the ceremony for a soldier your you ever
r AND HIS FLORIDIANS and his lady love Ethel looked.sweet, you'll want to! next. casting about for suitable placeto
says If she had known about It Friday night '. carry on his business. He says ",

she would at least have let them I' .Wonder If:everyone, agrees with he wilt not be within a stone's ,Because of Limited
throw of his site but ,
I ,
use the living room! me that the pew p. o, Is beeyou- "
I Script $1,50 10 Till Now I know we're gettln' tlful K'" It's luffly colonial lines "will be within ,the city. limits of '*'*tt:.'.. 5:: i
Ritzy ". Even the MagnoliaFish are very much +Jn.keepln1. with the Starke; that he will still be do- ''SpaceAnd
+, quiet peacefu town. that Starke
.._._._ -,. _._._ __ .. r. _'_"_"__'_._'__'_' Market has fluorescent light. USED to be} ,. I'mglad
t Ingl! Next improvement will Anyhow
probably be an artificial pool for they selected that style for W. K CHANDLER Increasing Demands
the fish to swim in while waitingto us, rather than s.ma cf the horrid, :

'. be purchased flat-topped modernistic: monstrosities EXPERT .f:. ;. 1r'
If that havebeen; Inflicted on WATCH REPAIRING The Telegraphi .
you open your Saturday
a few South Florida towns .. I .
Evening Pout a couple of weeks .
Qlve me the old tried-and-true .
from now and see a familiar WATCHES. RINGS'JEWELRY'
I lookln' scene-don't be surprised\ modernistic architecture every, time ., ., The 'I %'* "- ,. Finds'.It. Necessary. .
off.today will be the ;
Twill probably be Alice t { .. ,
F ,
p&8Jle' of tomorrow l t -
Anderson's dining room at suppertime In -' To*. '
VISITSTARKE'S White Store nstitute
Well It's
guess to
Yeah! Don't fall ." I '- .
ver In a dead faint-but Starke when I start gettin' philosophical Call "Street; .. :: : :' ..

I (the town Itself and NOT Camp ,next f So, long. See you in the I .STARKI.ORIDA, :, ....,* :;;;..* :The Following Charges' ,.

-t' NEWEST RECREATION I Blanding) Is due for a big spread I I ., .'
In the S. E. p at an early date Carolyn.

Seems a Jax Journal reporter 1 ', .. For Services"<. ;'
r. '. :t,
has done a stint on the effectsof _
.' Jt, -I-
Blanding on the town and Ithaa BEN 'SUSLOW '" .,
SOUTHLAND been accepted by the world's Heretofore Given :FreeCARDS :

!,: widest read mag Imagine! MILITARY ,SUPPLIES AND NOVELTIES "\'tot'

Starke glorified (or de-
glorified) for the amusement and ARMY WOOL LUMBER JACKETS' _________ '$2.50 ..

,edification of thirty million read- I' COTTON RIDING PANTS __-__""_______--7... $1.00 ''' .\, ,-';- "- ;' -

AMUSEMENT PARKNear I'ers-or what is It that the Post ARMY WOOL SHIRTS ____..__.:..____________* $2.00 ,' ,'":l, _''C'." ., '\" '. .; .- _

;, II lis claiming, now? ,. Anyhoo ARMY COTS ,'-_____-____?---_______-___"..." $2.50 !or .50c
I. do better ; THANKS .- -
i Hope they a job GUARANTEE REBUILT. ARMY SHOES _..J._ $2.00 -. .
than Life ,
I mag Thought their RAIN ''COATS' --___,_________ -. $2.00 '
Bradford High School I'page(could on have Blanding done very as good mediocre with, SPECIAL-complete outfit khaki pants_and.shirt. $2.00! I IN MEMQRJAMS

my Brownie), and ARE the con-

:,the tractors Inaccuracies and engineers in the boiling text! ,at. "The ,Army Store (Other than regular'' flews' bit\aryl)

I Seems: .that everything was wrong
Free Admission To ,Grounds from completion date?to total ex- I, 209 E. Call Street Starke, Flax .5c per line .

penditures Even got a sew- ,
age disposal plant confused with I "
) Clean Wholesome Diversified a water tank Officials are RESOLUTIONS iOR RESPECT

wonderln' where Life got Its Info .,' _. ,, .
Amusements .' .* .i" .
For Young and Old NOW WE OFFER 9 *
But to get back to Alice and .,..., ; 5c per;line .
-ni her dining room (subject wanders tit/ ...... .
like my mind), the Post wanted a : : '- .

.SENSATIONAL, Thrilling and.Clean I typical among"other boarding local h shots o us.that scene.will W-. !R..E C' KE:: RXER ..----- -:,t'c.; : '.,.

be used to illustrate the story, so ;$ ;.; 7------T7' .

RIDES Tinted.;.ShowsfefoTERTAINMENT. She Alice graciously, complied' *, '. 1-j :....,. ..:... J' :,,..'.:-,t "VX I IJ.." 'j':. ",.' .... 'I..h. ,
U -
one of the many Starke T. ; ") ,. .
FREE ACTS housewives ,who have, opened up > Free, Publicity will continue'"tp''be; -given
'r. their hearts and pantries and are : :: : V I I' C .E: :: "f .*V" 'H ,

feedin tk* hungry multitude '. I to5entertainments, amateur ;plays,:,tjtk. ,,
SpJJJk Son Lyle was thrilled to' death I .Vvt ', t v.
'cause he' In ,... '. ""when.war,3nted sufficienewavalue
got the' picture by. : ,
JJJk L Don't Fail To See "KIBBY". World! "I was reachln for the biscuits t," Jt. HONE usJ. .74.. : *-' i.. > ,t.. .V,.. '.- "'. '. '.:' .. .

he beamed .. He would bel.! : '! ':'.",: .';,'( '. : S
'Famous Hollywood Movie Champzee Star Better reserve your Post now ." .... .. '-BRADFORD
They'll probably sell out as :': '

iriJ Famous Hollywood Movie ChimpanzeeStar soon a*, they. hit the local newsstands It, I ",, :.' .
? '
Bill Graham back from the :,J 'i COUNTYTELEGRAPH

big city-Noo.', Yawk (NOT Jacksonville W. ANDREWS JR. I ',

) whence 'he whlthered to .. .. ;
Under The buy uniforms for the well-dressed "

f' .oldle ,boy., an' Incidentally paint FORD DEALER I STARKE, FLORIDA
Auspices Starke Woman's. Club the town red, white and blue STARKE, FLA.
Say the new llsapopplo Is the II,
funniest show he ever saw I
"Three straight hours of' I ._..... _,
belly. --- .._'- -


JAN 2 4 192f1


1 I -I N0T1IlF7 I, of N'''''?. Mt' 33, Tp. 7 a 11. ttK --nrcordlnc--- ; til law '.t,

_ BITS of LOCAL NEWS ; N'otlfo |Is hrrrliv Rlvon that, 1, mild, under, Tax t'ertflsto$ Ati.l: liven under my hand and pfrtulol j 1
I FASHION PREVIEW A. J. Thom, Clerk of the CMroult or JUly 7, 1U.1I and Tax I'.rtltl.et.. "*..I| thin 2nd day of Janinrr
I Ir Court In and for Urndford County I ,I lUG of A"I!:. T, JII33. amount onhued 1MI.OFFICIAL..
..,- ,---- -- -r--- -. Florida, lmv on hand certain fumtndqrtvwl tIOt! : A r> :
JT. Thomm '
A. <
-- front the sale of land for NWH of SIC'M' of t Hy 9, (
( Shepherd was a visitor In Friends of Mrs T.J., Griffin Ben Suslow proprietor of the Tax l>*..d under, and by virtue of Tp. e S It 32 10. 'Sold I hr..t'1'a Clerk Circuit Court Bradfer4County .
Sinvtlle Monday. regret to know ,that she Is suffering I Army Supply Store here Is spend- Acts Chapter, 17457 l Unw. fit Florida, Ccrlirimlt-H SOd oi July 7, lit.tO: nod FloridaREWARD :
I of 1IU5. said fund being I derived MUll of AIINC 7. 1VJ3, amount" on '
from an attack of influ: ing; thla week in Alexandria La. from the Hal of (th. follow hand '3. Oil. \ j

-A, Swanbom of Slater spent enza. I ing,'Innd, 1n-\vlt; NKM nf KK>4 A NS of N<4 of I :.
NF4! iif NKU 1'1"0. S&, 6 8. It.
Tp. SEI. of SK'4 8<><>. 3, TI". fl S. U. U
|ek-end here with his family. Mr. and Mr. N. Sternberg are t 3 H. Hold under Titx
CuptT: and Mrs. O. H. Bailey spending' this week In New York on No. hand 1S.17 $of.00.Kot Aug.. 7, 1933, amount of All,.. a, 11)31\) and 8tl! of Auir, :
Mrs Ben Holtzendorf of Lakeland spent the week-end 7, 1113a.! Amount on ham! |81.all.M. .
and i City where Mr. Sternberg la buying 41 43. 44
in Jacksonville 'here as' the guests of Mrs. T. B. 14 In llIw2.IrllG"na7; : Section 30, .Ttn'A Com at UK' Cor. of Hl'':>4 of HKW! '.
visiting line of }
: a Army clothing, .
10\. It. 22 K., Sold. under Tnx Ctrtlflont c. 29 a run w 575 ft, Thence For return of white English '-
Hendrix,, N. 341: ft,, to of HVK them-
Ay. Mr Sternberg: la buying Spring 837 of AUK 7, 1D33, Aluo a pt. l < '
N 47S ft., W" adO ft., H 4711 ft,, M
merchandise.Mrs. l.ota 25. 38, 45. \1213, 69! 60 61, hi 160 ft, tn |il nf hem. 4 A In MK'iof Collie male dog. No i
.WoodlHwn Snrtlon III) T B S U.
and Mrs. M. F. Brown Mrs. C. A. Thornton has returned |> SKVj $ Tp 8 M. K. 81 K.
22 K, Sold under Tax Certificate ::
and Saturday in home after spending: three Hold t under eT Ortlflcatoa 474 oi :
Friday' W. E. Middleton went to 839 of August 7, 1433: Alxo Lots SO, 1'I.\t.' Bk $1931 and 1174 of August questions asked. it
and $9 In WoodlHwn Section' 30,
weeks visiting relatives in Au-
nvllle. Washington D. C., last week to Tp. ( ,Hl(. SSI $F;!., Hold under Tax 7, 1>33, amount on hand 11.00 r '
burndale. w ,. visit her sister Mrs. Mae Jones. Certificate", 041 or All*. 7, 1433; At.oLot Unless! the owner prior to mild : .
and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and I ( 4. 5, 8 13 19, 30, SI. ID 21, sales, o f odd land mentionedabove
On Monday Mrs. Middleton attended 30 SI and Went Half of Lot 44, shall, make application ''for CIIAKLEY NICHOLSON t
Monday in Mrs. Mary PeWHt has arrived M1 tM
Peek. Jr., spent In Wood'lawn Section 31 Tp.I 8. I
the inauguration of Presi- I the hinds due them" on or
Bnvllle.j from Norwalk. Ohio to spend the I H. S3 K.: Hold under Tax (CVrtlflcat February 1, 1941, he said before Fla.RADIOS. t';
dent Roosevelt.Mrs. Starke
winter with her cousin; Mrs. J. 852 of AUNT. 7, 1933, amount on' will be IrpnMltvd In th* Ovneral I !1
hand 118801. Fund tIt Hradford County Jo'lorhl..1! ; "
j and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf H. Lord. Com. 315 ft. R) of NK Cor. of .
were In Gainesville Frl,1 jtMr9. : O. L. Beasley who has )Hrondwny A Hovt Nt.... & run N rI
t>n been 111 in Tampa at the home of lOll ft., K) liStt.\{ ., tI 105 ft., to
O. W. White and
|, Saturday.T. daughters Hoyt Nl.. W 6114: ft. to beg> In
Misses Dorothy and Carol, her parents. dr. and Mrs. A. C. Stnrke.' Section\ 21! Tp II S. U, Sa: I DR L. L. COPELAND

B. Hendrix arfd Mrs. L spent Monday afternoon in' Dimlen, is expected to return here I of 1':. Sold Heptember under 7 Tnx, 193D.Ceitlflcate amount 111 on Optometrist'f''E!\
few next week much \to the delight of i "
a Gainesville.Mr. hand
Holds are spending 13004.
I Will Serve Mantling Men '
fchis week in Tampa. her many friends. i NI<, of NK14! Neo. 13, T|> 5 S. It
\ 122' M. ;Sold under Tux Certificate.
and Mrs. J. IT. Ritch of I h 1607 of AUK. : I II 'j"
7 1937 amount on Saturday Evenings Till 9 O'clock: \
_. F. H. Long spent several Jacksonville ,,ere" guests Sundayof I IJlll Graham of Alvarez' cloth- f I, hand $4.33. ,
last week In Jacksonvilleher their son-In'-1aw and daughter, Ing store has returned from ai I 1 N 21A of W J.. of N'$ of NI'JV' "
Sep. 24. Tp S 8. U. 23 F.:. Hold' 18 W. Forsyth) Street Jacksonville! Fla .
son-in-law and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr. buying trip to New York, where k. J under Tnx Certificate. 27(1 of AII<<

Er. ,,and Mrs. B.. S. Carroll he made arrangements to carrya 2, 1037, amount on hand '1.00. .j i

ave recently moved into Cecil Henderson spent the week- complete stock ,of military uniforms A tnlffgirl, 'okinll on a mull I,I N'<'| of Nay\ of NKV4 & N!fI of NH'/4 I i

hew home. end In Tampa and was accompanied and accessories alary, If eonatnntlyareJ with the I .
home by Mrs. Hendersonwho I II I problem dressing smartly, but ,Inrxprnttrrly. I'
Good llontfkefping "
had spent the week there' Mr and Mrs. Edward F. Johns, 1 January offer a solution In till I' 1.

with friends. I and little ward L o r a Louise j mriliiim-blne raron ttrent with '
Townsend are here for awhile tant down, the front and long b"t-I

Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald who has with Mr. Johns' parents at 523' tleerei trhich make H a fay to work in. -.rhy9 i''
spent the past tei days here with West ,Call Street. Mr. John lias I : .
,her son-in-law and daughter Mr been In business In Lake Butler' I
and Mrs. M. F. Brown:- will leave for the past two years. Amusement Park ,:',,1 :, i'":,,: .,: I ''C
I Should Automobile ,
today for her home In Tampa Opens Here you carry ,n' !;II'i.: '" I' ,.' ",;)v..
I I '
Mr. and :Mrs J. W. Dane and Liability and personal ,
little of Plant Southland Park Stniko'a' new '": ....0 ...
Be Quick To TreatBronchitis daughter City, I Accident Insurance. ;' {
have moved Into Mrs S. S. Dow- recreation center located near t, \
I +1//"
ling's apartment which was recently the Bradford High School is Howl I Y.important protection. ;" t1

vacated by Mr. and Mrs. open under the auspices of the ,
Bill Turley. Mr. Dime Is em-
local Womans' Club. The Idea I ::1
Chronic bronchitis may develop If ployed at Camp Blandlng. r+
of local amusement park WHit I
your cough chest cold or acute bron-
Egr chitis is not treated and you cannot Friends of Ralph' E. Thomas of born two and a half months ago
afford to take a chance with any medicine I Becausell,
less potent than Creomulslon Brooker, a junior In the School in the brains of two World War I ll

which goes right to the seat of the of Forestry at the University of veterans, Phil P. VlUky and William -

trouble to help loosen and expel germ Florida, will be interested to I Murray Mr. Vltsky Is a ,"
| 'vf.peer-rtji !' J AX. laden phlegm and aid nature to amusement We automobile '
ling soothe and heal rawtender,inflamed know that he has been elected well-known Florida are having more

icingihing bronchial mucous membranes. president of the Forestry Club park operator from Miami and accidents in this section than
Creomulsion blends beechwood for the second semester' Hollywood. He has been activeIn ,,i \,

creosote special process with other American Legion circles In the ever before-Hardly a day passes !
time tested medicines for coughs. .
It contains no narcotics.No Mrs. Cora Carpenter, of Newton State.
: Take a look around the for the
matter how many medicinesyou N. C., who has been the guest It is the sole alnv.of the Management I garages k

t 1 have tried tell your druggist to of her mother Mrs. Laura I. of Southland Park to < .;" t, I, evidence .
sell bottle of Creomulslon with
this,treat Of I ink of Friendship the you understanding a you must like the Powell and sister Mrs. J. H. present nothing but clean, whole

was it quickly allays the cough, permitting Fields, left yesterday for the East some outdoor entertainment A
rest and sleep, or you are to Coast where she will visit rela- part of the receipts from the t,

have your money back. (Adv.) tives before returning home.G. Park will be used for charitable
------- Call today for rates Phone 146
purposes Every Saturday from jl us ,

E. Miller, who has spent 1 to 6 o'clock P. M..haH been set I

several weeks here with Mr. and aside for a special matinee for

NAT SEZ: Mrs. I. P. Shepherd returned last school children. A big feature of

New York City Jan. 23-(Special week to his home in Denver Col. the Park is "Klbby" the world's I '

to Telegraph). Well welL Thought Mrs. :Miller and little son remained most famous trained chimpanzee.He .
Harold C. Wall
l f"was cftmlnjf" to the big city to for a longer visit with was recently brought here at Agency
r t 'her Mr ,and Mrs Shep- great expenses from HollywoodMovie
3s 1cuta, caper or two and InrMent- parents .. l I \
ally tend to ''a'little bu"ln_. But herd. Studios. Sect him ride a Constant Service Over Fifty Years'I
? smoke his cigar
r :: after the past three months. in bike, roller skate,

Starke Little Ole Noo York.'once Mr. and Mrs. George C. White use' a knife and fork. and eat likea

known ax the busiest city In the and daughter. Frances of Tallahassee human being. The" kiddies will

world iieenw like the deserted were week-end guests of love to see "Klbby. 1 .' ;,

village. Too tame up here for aKay Mrs.' White's mother Mrs. O. W. There are numerous riding devices Ai'

old dog, like me. Guewi I'll Alderman.' Levy Canova'Jr., accompanied booked among them is the ,
have to hurry back to Starke for Mr. and Mrs. White European sensation Octopusride. '
The Park will b e open! ,
to Tallahassee and Is ,spending!
dally and evenings.' So. for a a
sometime with them. I 1
good time and clean fun and enJoyment ,

excitementAppeal Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turley and make a visit 'to South- ;: : .. KEY'MCCABEJUNERAL HOMEfj ,
land Park: ; ,
.. little daughter 'Clara Jo. left _L"qi:. S 21A.r' q
Wednesday for'Columbus, Ga. M*. SIGNS FOR SALES-"Rooina'for' .r' I', gtil'S '

Turley for six has months been working'employed here the "Rent" "For Jleni.". ',lOc each. Complete Funeral & Ambulance_ Service : : : : 1 t
building. They Bradford County Telegraph < .
her' new postofflce '
to have made number of friends Starke. > ,, J

love ol b.eautyl here who regret to see them go S }5, ..:

Lady Attendant [ 1''H l lt
away. :", .... /

HOLEPROOFCkk Mrs. W II. tollman, Mrs. A. l PI/I;,

Z. Adklns Fred+ ,Guy and Mer-
.Mr4 The Following 'I
Miss Lucile MlUJJelt attended the 45 W. Church. Street Jacksonville, Fla. 1:I

tetter #1)se concert I n Gainesville' Monday ,

night given by, the Southern Col- chants Give Votes In /;;\
Miss Betty Jane 9"
lege Singer .
: '79c to $1.15 Nollman, talented daughter of Cot. 1 .I 1
( ; and Mrs. Nollman and Miss Alice I The Strawberry \ ;

Jane Davis niece of Judge and .

r Mrs. Ad kins, are members of the I I'

Southern Singer and are students Queen ConteatKoch's Looking For Something :

\, I at Southern College.

--. Whether You Are New In Bradford County Or Have Lived ;

Emmett Ferryman, Jr., son of Here All Your Life Whether You. Want To HUT Or i,
County Judge E. K. Ferryman is '> Sell You Will Find This Clarified 'Directory A Great IIi 1 '

one of six young men who are Drug Store Convenience, And An Easy Way To Communicate With .!

attending Oxford.Emory Ga., preparing Junior Collegeat them Mayes' Radio ,Service Thousands Of Other Telegraph' Header :1

entrance to the Naval
selves for -"
Ritz Cafe'Stern's
Academy at Annapolis; Md. Em-
.. '
mett will go to Annapolis April Garage AUTOMOBILESPARTS FUEL OIL

,' ... 21 for his examination and has ., .,
- ''' -'
hopes of passing the examination Alexander'sAlvarez' KEEPWARM
great admitted to Cued Tire, Rebuilt REPAIR Work Done At Lowest
and being
Academy 'since he has been Clothiers Generator, Auto GUM-Cah -J1y, THISW I.ra.In Town. S e. The
For Car And Trucks. In Any IN 'TNK) New Radio On DUplarMAYK8 -
appointed first alternate- pretty ""
1'. ." I.," good aiI'lLTag AUTO PARTS Phone U Starke Fla. 1ti

Sales Pick Up, Canova PharmacyBradlord Just North of Town On Road IS STANDARD OIL CO. 12.. .., .- -- "" 1
12-4 -

x.i ., .. Then Drop Off Hardware .. GAS -I _.TYPEWRITERS '
-- -
A. M. Darby's "
News cornea from the Tax Collector .. ALL APPLIANCES For Home Remiatoaternw. portables OD easy
-o. --" '
C. A. Knight's office that Angelo's Confectionery "C And OfUcn. Btoroav Hcatera, p down, *4 a month. ,
: .,were selling alan MIUTAKY SUPPLIES Water Deatera Rte. riliaw .
automobile taga Battofac- s0ae at $Za.70 .Bra4frd ;;,
.reltlM. for an branch** of '
Beauty ;
Leila's Salon
average rat*' of speed until ttom'Gnaraateftd.OAIMB8VILLE. County Telegraph.
Uw aorvkse. BEN 8U8LOVV,
Mr. 'and Mr. Public beard th'e GAS .
.. Stenberg's 209 E. Call 8U Stark. F1a.I .$q '
new that the time had been ex ,. '. 97?' So. Virginia AveauACalneavtlle ---
tended until February tat (sold Sistnink 'Feed &: Seed I BEAUTY PARLORS Fto. It.. RS

Florida custom). Then the881e . -- -. .--. ------ -;
I ;
1 dropped sharply. ''Denmark Furniture HEATING FOR TIlE BEST Ued Car at

{Il "Friday week I* the last day"' SPECIALS At N 0 Sacrifice i the beat price s.e Lucia

aid Mrs. I* F. Dlnklna, an as Kozy KornerMarguerite's In Quality 0 I Service I KEKP WARM Till Winter F.Tnomaa, at Downtown OldmobOtt .-'

sistant. "Along about Wednesday LEILA'S BEAUTY SALON With A QUAKER Oil-Barn-. Co.. 1223 Mala St.
or Thursday business will pick up Can Street 12-4 I big Heater. (Cleat. ,Kcanomicul -1"150M..,.' JaeluoavUte.Fla. .

But a great many people will drag Heat. Alto G. E. lU-frl- Over 200 to select from. .

round waiting to see If the S. R. .Johns & Sons RELCHING IS NO FUN Drawn Pay On Easy Term! 1-..-..1 pd.,

deadline will be extended again.. DARBY'S
Is disagreeable and ..,,
will work -
If not. then they ui Htarke. rTa. 12.8 -- ------
to death." often embarrassing. If you take a

Have pity on the poor tax col spoonful of BInna-Rex In a glaze WATCHES.41'

lector's office and buy :your 1941 of water after meals,'you can ex- INSURANCE
license tag nowt'Typewriter Vote Coca-Cola Caps at pel stomach gas quickly. Blsma- RK1MIR Work With A. Guarantee ,
Rex act four to relieve of Ufaction. New
: ways
::r.d'fUachN ,test Office acid Indigestion. Go to the Rex. line o<. Elgin And BulovaWatchtt

TERNBERG'S? ribbon also other office aappUei ( all Drug: Store and ask for DtsmR Harold O. Wall Agtoey.' Contant < just reoetved.J. .

for sale at the Bradford Count x-6O dose for 80c.-Car- service over M yeara.phooe H. COUKTMANCTI
: Pirate Itt!. Starke, Fla. 1.41 I
Store In Stal''e. rYr
Telegraph OffUe.t '10-" ? pcntr's Drug -" 54, "ft or (

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i JAM 24 1941


I SECTION BROOKER Bits of Camp,Blanding Humor From The DixieHFLPINeTHIS

I tl ] By Mrs L. L. Parker

: _._ -- _-_ H' Miscellaneous Shower 1'M CUV'ROLL HIS


A COMMON SENSE. . mer, a recent bride, Mrs. Leslie THING-
i Green Mrs. Marvin Hazen end 4 IA
bride entertained with a miscel- L'
"If every farm in the nation, Making candy at home providesa laneous shower Thursday after- ; DONTf MIND ME ICAIL t I .

would become a n. Independentunit good time for all the family If noon at the home of Mrs. Green. 'q EVERYBODYAROUNDt ro, --_ I 1

In the matter of a necessary everyone is given a chance to I Pink gladioli intermingled with I' -

food supply for the family, It help. In fact, making It I. almost fern were used in attractive arrangements ( E HERE Sat! rd (1 I
to decorate the party V' b I
as much fun as eating
of the contributions -
would be one greatest i I II
that Agriculture could I There l Is also great satisfactionIn rooms.
-- making up attractive packages: Although the bride was very
r make to national defense." of home made candles for friends. 111 with flu and unable to attend, V. ? :

t This statement by W T. Nettles We have a list that is almost she received many lovely and 4".

t district agent with the State endless--fudge, plnoche, taffy, divinity useful gifts. Mrs Will Andrews, nit

Agricultural Extension Serlve, 1s butter-scotch, lollypops, an aunt of the bride was askedto /. sy _

which all farmers and ruralhomemakers popcorn balls, glaced fruits and sit in the bride's chair and
will do well to con- coated nuts.Perhaps open the gifts" She expressed 1,
thanks for Mrs. Plummer for the
sider in their plans and activities you would like to. try -
JfIt this year. some of these recipes: many gifts.
of this horolute Games and contests were en-
While accomplishments Fudge
R i purpose may not be possible for Requirements: 2 squares unsweetened Joyed and prizes were won by r
9 Mrs. Fred Hazen and Mrs Cleo __ J2
S a few areas where climate and chocolate, 2 cups sugar,
iir soil limit production to "specialized 2-3 cup milk, 1 tb corn syrup Andrews. _

crops, it can be achieved on 2 tb. butter, and 1 pinch salt. Later. In the afternoon Ice
---- ---
most farms In Florida and other Break chocolate into small cream and cookies were served -
Near Training Camps More Die Of I
Liquor Heart
People Diseases
states. In making his statement pieces and add milk. Heat until by the hostesses! !, assisted by Miss

I i. Mr, Nettles explained that such blended and add sugar, ,syrup and Madeline Crosby and Miss' Flora Subject Of Nation-Wide CleanUpA I Than By Any Other Cause During 1940
a condition 'sufficient food for salt. Cook without stirring until Edward

} the rural family Is Important all I MOlt ball stage ((236 degrees F). About 35 guests attended. campaign l agamnt' vice anti to co-opeiate in all PI'actical.ways i Heart disease deaths again increased -, mobile and other accident

the time In times of emergency Do not stir sides of pan. Remove Mrs. A A. Edwards and children alcoholic; beverages, reported on I in securing such legislative! and during 1910, reaching a Cancer, diabetes, bright.
or otherwise, but It is vital in from fire, add butter, and were In Gainesville Saturday the increase In communities! ad administrative action as! changing I new all-time high and accounting ease and cerebral &
national/ defense I set aside to cool. When luke- afternoon.Mrs. acent to army camps and defense conditions require." for the payment of death benefitson hemorrhage,
add vanilla and beat until factories, was launched this week 250,000 life In- showed increases!' in 1940. the
I By producing and conserving warm, II. P. Gainey spent Friday It also called upon state leglslatuies approximately fou
sufficient food for their family, lit loses gloss or holds shape. Drop afternoon In Starke with by the National Temperance and "to consider carefully the surance policies from this cause. combined showing an Increase J

', the district agent pointed out, the by spoon or pour into butteredpan. Mr. and Mrs. Ordell Ciosby Prohibition Council.Its subject of liquor and vice as It alone, nearly 6 per cent over 1939 an

farmer and his wife not only safeguard Lee Crosby and II. P. Galney Inltlatfpn coincided with the relates to the present welfare," Preliminary estimates indicate deaths accounting for 30 per cent oft,

their health and the health '. Divinity were In High Springs Thursday. annual speech of Senator Morris and urged them "to adopt such that nearly 24 per cent of all

1 of their children< but they also Requirements: 2 cups sugar, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tilghman, Sheppard (D) of Texas marking legislative enactments at will re- policyholder deaths during the Deaths from contagious help themselves from an economic 2-3 cup water, 1-2 cup light corn Mr. and Mrs. H. Layfield and J. the anniversary of ratification of: duce temperance and vice." year have been from 'organic diseases eases showed material reductlo-

I'' standpoint and, should the occasion syrup, 2 egg whiles, and 1 cup eene spent the week-end in I the Prohibition Amendment, "An Attributing much of the.trouble of the heart. This com- during the year, scarlet few

( arise, make It unnecessary for nuts and raisins. Fort Myers with relatives and alcohol-drinking democracy can- around defense pares with 19 per cent in 1935 and showed the 'greatest decrease, <
i. them to appeal for food from Cook sugar, water, and syrup lends. not develop the maximum I centers to a general 16 per cent in 1930. The death drop of 40 per? cent.
f' other sources when and If It is until forms I for national laxness in enforcement rate from this cause has increasedby The
syrup a soft ball in New Officers Elected: strength defense, I greatest Implement I t
k4!; needed by others. water ((238 degrees F.). Pour one The Sewing Club met at the warned the "Father of Prohibition Federal liquor laws since repe Of// 14 per cent in the past five the groups of larger loss was i It;

fl "Plenty of food, produced on half of syrup over stiffly beaten home of Mrs L. O. Hazen, Tues- ," who condemned beverage of prohibition, the Council years and by 35 per cent In the deaths from Influenza and pass

the farm, Is health Insurance' for egg whites und bent until it lose day of last week. alcohol as'"ft' threat to health, upon Congress to "enact Into law past 40 .years. I monia. Influenzashowed an la-
ti the farm family. It means that gloss. Boll remaining syrup untilIt This being the first meeting of happiness and prosperity of our the recommendations Auto Death Up provement of 29.9 per cent frot

1 the children of the farm will grow forms 'a hard ball in water I the New Year, new officers were citizenship." made by the administrative repeatedly The year also saw material Increase last year and pneumonia an Improvement

into strong and healthy adults ((260 degrees F.) and pour over elected. Mrs. Fred Hazen wall, Present at the meeting were of the Federal ve agencies "- In the death rate' from of 16,9 per cent Tin

4' capable of ,making a living, becoming first mixture. Deat- until i it elected president and Mrs. L. L. numerous men and women Instrumental These Include: Goyernment. automobile accidents, up 7.7 per great improvement is largely

+ good citizens, and making holds shape. Drop by spoon o r Parker secretary and treasurer.At in enacting the Prohibition Prohibition of of cent from 1939, and from all to the widespread use of the recently
the nation strong. A strong place In buttered pan. Nuts aDd the close of the meeting cake Amendment that stemmed i alcoholic beverages advertising the other types of accidents up' 4.6 discovered drugs. Sulfapyrf-

nation ia necessary to withstand candied fruits may be added just and coffee were served by the 21 years ago from the World radio. over per cent. This Is a reversal of dine and Sulfathlazol, now doty l!

1 any force or Idea that Is con- before pouring. hostesses, Mrs L. O Hazen and War, but they did not proposeits the trend of improvement that such remarkable work in checklnj
; trary to our way of life," he as- Date Roll Mrs T, W. Markey Hostesses reenactment, at least at this Adequate legislation for protection -I had been shown in both auto- these diseases.UUMFORDJS.
I of the States
serted. Requirements: 3 cups sugar, :1, for the next meeting, which will state of the emergency. against importation '
of for
How can this-the adequate 1-2 cups milk, 2 cups chopped be at Mrs. Fred Hazen's will be: Noting the recent appeal of liquor delivery or \
In violation of
farm food supply-be achieved? dates 1 cup pecans, 1 tsp vanilla, Mrs. Hazen; Mrs Lloyd Barry and Gen. George C. Marshal, Chiefof use state law as
Well, here are Mr. Nettle's suggestions and 1 tb, butter. Mrs J. K. Douglas.! Staff of the U. S. Army, for guaranteed by the Twenty-first Myy
(and they're part of the Doll sugar and milk until I It Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Lewis were control of liquor-selling and activities
i live-at-home gospel he and other forma a soft ball In water ((23( In Starke Tuesday visiting their of "persons of questionable Requiring the brewing Industryto

Extension Service workers have degrees F.). no..not stir sides of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and reputation" adjacent to army obtain the same basic permitto

been preaching for years) : Five pan.: Add dates and nuts and Mrs. James Kndlcott. camps, the Council passed a reso- engage In interstate commerceand
to 10 acres of good permanent cook until It forms a firm ball in Mrs. G, H. Colson and Mr. and ution saying they 'deprecate the subjecting It to the same
+' pasture); a "real" milk cow; chickens water ((24 degrees F.). Add vanilla Mrs. J. K. Douglas were visiting conditions developing? around the penalties as now apply to distillers $8

- for eggs and meat; a big and remove from fire. Let stand Glen St Mary's Nursery Wednesday -, military\ camps with respect to engaged' in similar trans- BAKING POWDER!

year-round garden; fruit trees; until lukewarm. Beat as fudge. (I I vice and alcoholic beverages and actions.
To these the Council added,
feed crops sufficient for poultry When it begins to thicken pour Mr. and Mrs Leslie Green I,pledge cooperation to aid in the TRY JT TODAY FREE.Strut fo
and livestock; and canning vege.. onto damp cloth and roll. Let were in Gainesville shopping Wed-;:(:creation of a. btter! environment own recommendation for' a federal I .n. booklet.ienft of.
tables and other products for stand 24 hours Then slice. This nesday. ]I:and establishment of more ade- law prohibiting' all Interstate trt HI6H.qUA.UTX MSUXej tETTEXlAKNKS; bright ideiinnd

+ future use. A farmer will want cgrt4 be kept in a damp cloth in .Mfc and Mrs. William H. Bryan i I I I quate recreatifcvttstcllitles! ; in the advertising! !of ,alcoholic bever-i -- R.nrjor4 r opfivNEW &.r
; to produce one or more of the 111 cool place for a long period of of Gainesville were visiting Mrs.I vicinity i of'' unitary 1 and naval ages. R..r/frI1t

co-called "cash" crops, of course, time. Bryan's 'TO but an adequate food supply la the Hardy, Sr., Sunday afternoon. -: -' ':" ;
The group voted to appoint a ': '
.r, all.most, Important consideration, of Pointed PointersOn i Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Osteen of committee "to consult with representatives ; :
: have moved here to [
Zephyrhllls of the executive and
Farm ProblemsWhile ,be with his father, R.. T. Osteen. legislative, military and naval 1941 CHEVROLET:

Auto Death Toll Leo J. LaChance spent the branches of Government, and! "
V :
-719or- 194U for any crop, It manure should be is good used water.week-end with friends In Clear-'I to co-operate with other social ,, <* *?WI't ir Y'}Vt; ;as';f i,:?* ,,t'f a,>tc:: t' Jk(< i, ;: i1.t.; (.,;vH:: A'<'l't'ti1/,<>rrilrv: "'<4y "_. I
agencies with the view of developing -
$ In Florida high with in caution nitrogen as and it will Is relatively Mr. and Mrs. J. W Kelley and an adequate, unified, co-ordi- H
daughter, Judy Lannette were nated program of action in the
'A total of 719 persons were Injure young plants if placed too visiting relatives here Sunday.T. Only
close to them., If used with water- interest of the public welfare, and lowest-priced car
W. Is still confinedto
killed In. Florida in automobile accidents Markey
during 1940 Ashur Frank, melons, not more than two tons his home with flu. Mrs. Ellis Road Department
per acre should be applied. If it with this smart safe
director of the Florida Safety demons I s improving. Austin : ,
is, used at the rate of
Council, reported In a survey of as much Kelley Is very 111 at this writing Payroll CutThe
as two tons Sz e
per acre, the nitrogen
the years fatalities The total Mrs. James Endicott of Starke 1'
2 compared with 707 In 1939. In the commercial fertilizer spent Sunday with her parents, state road department will
mixture should be reduced to 3 abolish Its convict division Feb.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. She
: There 107,000
mt were Frank highway, and percent. was accompanied back to Starke 1 and reduce personnel in other
hapll reported Alyce clover usually respondsto by her brother Malcolm, and divisions in a reorganized programto
more than 2 ,OOO suffered

person applications of f '
potash and Miss Grace Dukes of Worthing- cut It. monthly payroll by $35- ) t' j1,7N1', ;
Injury, aa compared with a totalof phosphate. About .2000 pounds of to Sprjngs. 000 to 40000. w
24,745 the before.
year 18.
percent superphosphate and 60
Mrs. Daisy Fisher and Mrs. The moves were announced as
ipf "Investigations showed that 28 pounds of 60 percent muriate of Muriel Norman were visiting Mr. steps toward,carrying; out Gover-
per cent of the accidents were potash per acre, applied broadcast "'
Fisher at Raiford Monday. nor Holland's recommendation" to
due to drunken driving," Frank before or at planting, has Birthday Party trim the $280,000 monthly over- FISHER !
declared. Most accidents h. said, been found effective for stimulat-
The faculty of Brooker Junior head.
involved persona between 20 and ing growth of this crop.It .
34 years of age. Is best to establish the to- High School entertained for Mrs. Division engineers will take
Muriel Norman with a birthday over supervision( of convicts In k of
At least 100 of the automobile baceo plant bed on new land at
at the home of Miss Madeline ifiIf//IllJ7jJi(
deaths, here reported were due' least 100 feet from last year'sbed. party road construction camps, and A.
to "running into train." I The site should also have Crosby Friday evening. E. Green, convict supervisor who feature Jon n
He blamed the high fatalityrate been free from flow of water from I Games were played and a delicious received $323 a month, and other higher priced cars
box of candy was won by employes of the convict depart
to the "discrepancy betweenthe old beds or tobacco fields. These \
use that Florida highwayswere details will reduce chances of Irs. Daisy Fisher as the bingo ment will be' released. Chief

Intended, and the current the beds becoming diseased. Pro- prize. Engineer J. H. Dowling estimated
peed of modern automobiles." tection from cold wind If Refreshments of sandwiches, the total saving in that depart
"The roads. were constructed for sible, in another point in establishing pos cookies and hot chocolate were ment would be> about $1,125 You ride In'the body of your car as I

speeds of 33 to 45 miles an hour, the bed. If it 'la" neces- erved. monthly.An live In the '
you rooms of home
Mr and Mrs. Larson MI I n t sand your ;
with a traffic flow of about 40 sary to make the bed in the open, estimated $30.000 a month
cars to the mile. But we have make a tight frame and use a daughter Bobble, spent the will be cut from maintenance de- 1' and you ride In outstanding beauty,
found speeds. of 80 and 90 miles cover cloth free of holes to week-end with Mrs Mintz's par- partment payrolls swelled by employment '
and hour, and a traffic flow of tect plants from heavy rain pro-and t'nb. Mr and Mrs. L. R. Galney. of labor to repair dam- a eyw TM.t's I comfort and safety when you ride In Ci..m i i.ty-tt.p
Mrs L. O. Hazen Mrs. Earl
140 cars to the mile."
a' wind. age caused by last winter's severe
He recommended a more stringent Green, Mrs Mary Green and Mrs freeze. Other payroll reductionsalso A a new Chevrolet with Body by,,Fisher I

driver' license law Involving For sale Adding Machine and Frank Feagle were shopping in will be made
Gainesville .
: physician and mental teals Typewriter Ribbons at Wednesday.Mrs. Governor Holland
asked the
I Clyde Hinton, Mrs. Earl
licenses nsaiM ciimmFmTr
are Issued. ,
board to
: Green and daughter. Shirley, effect all possible economies V cr Ift

pent the week-end In Jasper with In overhead expenses In i P1.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR elatlven.Jnunlta. order to make funds available for --- --- _/ I
construction of national defense 3-Cos.e..dsdns"Is t.a... !
Feagle was visiting her rwh.tete tl.tes c..lrw+b.a..u.f.d.t.1
My ManyYears
Experience Makes It Possible for Me to RenderEFFICIENT roads. .
aunt Eva Kirby In LaCrosse Sun-

*1 MODERATE PRICES day.Mrs.. M. F. Hazen of Starke held at the school house Tuesday, 1

l DeWITT C. JONES was visiting her sister, Mra Lea- January 28.

t Starke Florid lie Green. Saturday. The entire student body is enjoying -

I Mrs. Melva Harrell spent the the new stove which was i

week-end with her mother who U recently bought. The purpose in St... 0..r. **- M.r Sradn MM PM TOTM
TN Orighwl Ito Brail Y.IIeII'ur'
Ill. I buying this type of heater was
$ Mr. inj Mrs. Russell Norman, to be able to heat the auditoriumfor
if tr Mills Madeline Crosby and Cliff school days and for entertain- +HreA sr

Kelley spent the day visiting atSt. I ments.
{ Augustine and Marine Studios Mr. and Mrs. best w i.>, e ,. '1f a
I E. J. Lewis madea 0 6 & n 2. 'Q4r> :4,+ n3yPAai' y
Sunday. I business trip to Waldo Saturday.
The monthly meeting of the I Mrs Mann I
f' Haaen and Mrs. V.
tO Brooker teachers, trustee and V Hazen were in Starke, Monday TORODE
Your Tradingwhere school board member will be I I, CO.

To I Mrs Florence Varnadoe: Miss

6 pieces reJle""COLDS : Lubedla PtaholsUr, T. B. Pin-
Rogers Silverware STARKE
given are ,holster and the Rev. C. A. Crosby FLORIDA
away with every $10 in trade '
or certificates.Ape Tabled attended the Baptist conventionin .
TabletsSaab Gainesville last week. -

In Keileeau C_h It 666 Mrs. Daisy Fisher Mrs Vfurlel AH Chevrolets] Are Shipped To Florida Not Driven _
Drops Norman and
Miss Madeline Crosbywere
You/ ChOc
Cough: Drop visiting friends and ..relatives
I so they
Try "Rub-Mr-Tlnm" a Wonderful in Green Cove Springs plies come you genuinely NEW!

-.I I Llnunrrt day afternoon and evening.



JAN 41941 Si+

U, 19-11 t
-* -

ecial Services At Tabernacle put signs up on the highway Haven't you been reading the dno I longer bothered to stand out of Lakeland, director of'the State

Tuesday Night They Say: telling how good they were. newspapers? There's a world war on the highway to sell his hot Highway Patrol to succeed W.
Begin Ha stood on the side of the on. The European situation Is dogs. And his hot dog sates fell F. Reed of Lakeland, who resigned : b'

Joseph T. Larson, ange1l8t road and cried, "Buy a hat dug, terrible: The domestic: situationIs almost overnight. last week.
ne ReV. will lR' mister." And people bought completely upset rything's '
national repute r $ ,i
of Gentlemen: "You're right son, the father .l
series of meetings at He Increased his meat' and bun surely going to pot I of ,
Please date my subscription said to the "We Epidemic
rl-Pel Tabernacle. The ser- back to Include last orders.! He bought a bigger stoveto Whereupon the father thought, boy. mire Are ,
week's Issue
t Tuesday night, take care of his trade. lie the middle of .a. terrible mess." Cold Symptoms
B will start ; of the Telegraph. There seem! "Well my son's been to college,
uary 28> and wUl begin .at to be so much of real interest t finally got his son home from college he reads the papers and he listens Exchange.: '1 1

o'clock M 1 transpiring in Starke now-a-day to help him. to the radio, and he ought to ABA Liquid or 668 Tablet with W. y'\
.rr Larson Is also a hymn that I am very anxious to secure' nut then something happened. know" So the father cut down NEW PATROL IIKAD Halve or 68 NOM> Drop generally 1
an author and singer every number. i His son said "Father, haven't on his meat and bun orders, took Tallahassee,' Governor Holland relieves cold symptom the tint;
Ulil leI' bring with him some of I (Miss) Elizabeth C. Fat ;I you been listening to the radio? ,down Ms advertising signs. and has appointed Jens J. Gllltam. 46, day. -Adv. ,''lI

oWn compositions. He has Washington, D. C,:
large evangelistic cam- -- ,
ducted '
in some of the large cities Gentlemen: :
thUi country and comes well .- t Please allow me to congratulateyou I

rnmendecl. on the swell piece of reportIng -
Larson has an especial apII -. you have done on Camp Blan- k'
fr ',
J for young people many of ding. 0 c ,
bin ho has ,been Instrumental Walter P. Pullet
ringing to Christ. He la also St. Petersburg, Fla I

netted with the "National :i t tI

Iwaymen's t." Christian Move- :-

veryone is urgently\ requested ClippedA .
{attend all of these services i EVANOEL1ST LARSON

B receive Inspiration and re- I e i I '
Ihment. There will be a good children's chorus and local talent LIMIT TO "JOINT-! I ii
Biical program every night., The i will assist. I

Far be It from The Citizen to

pour cold water on local business
Bob Jones Bank Accounts enterprise--If such It may be

Possible For CCCA called-but this matter of "juke 4ei .
Joints" Is getting a little out ot ti I I I

On Here bank account at the end' ol hand! We refer to the baker's
mmellls the rainbow dozen of such establishment thnt Pr
now possible tot
d Hereafter have thrown open their portals
CCC enrollees under a change of since Sept. 1. '
vve often hear the expression that
regulations went Into effect
A distinguished Winter resident'
f fth Column" and "Trojanse. the first of January. Application .' -naturally his name Is withheld

There Is nothing new a are being received during here-hit the nail on the head

>lit this The church even ii the remainder of this month. In a'chat with The Citizen. i:
col "What's been happening around
had "fifth
enrly Under the new plan, each enrollee -
horses" Wed here this Fall?" he asked Indig (Reading time: 1 min. :2) cec.)
and "Trojan
ns" will be required to deposit nantly. "Why everywhere I go

In the book of Jude, "Then $7 of his monthly earnings with It seems a new joint has been S q c If '
> certain men crept In un the camp finance officer and this opened. It's getting so that I 1. Why do housewives favor Southern Twin a

ares." Jude goes on to describe* "next. egg" will be turned over can't go' to bed before midnight \
se men. He says they are un to him when his enlistment ex without being kept awake by the Pack Bread? That's'what the bakers of Southern \t
pires. He will be permitted to din of their 'Juke organs.' "
clly men. spend $8 per month of his pay as'' The gentleman has something Twin Pack Bread wanted to know. To get I
In other words, the 'Church It he sees fit and must remit $15 theie. His views dovetail exactly
posed to be a body of Godly) per month home, In the event he with those of the Junior Chamber first hand information, they employed a number

pIe. The Fifth Column grout has dependents. of Commerce, one of whose alma ''
the church are not godly. They of interviewers to conduct south-
Armed with his savings which l Is to discourage this sort of thing. expert
He In the church for no good it'
i il
Perhaps we could take a
would be $84 if he served only page
Brpose, They are like a fifth one year the enrollee will be In from the notebook of Miami wide personal interviews. Read this typical 47 a;
uranist in the United States
Beach this
H>o Is out of sympathy with thisHvernment position to dress leaving up and go His job The 'city regarding council there haa passeda report of what one housewife had to say
hunting upon camp.
and is at heart anHmy
rule which forbids the Issuance
ohancea for obtaining private em-
I .
of the government. He ItHie '
ployment will have been Increasedby of any more night club licenses.
to destroy the government the skills that he acquired They have limited the number to
H far as It is possible for him fifteen. And the type of dive
while in training.
H do It. These ungodly men' that has been mushrooming
10 have gone. Into the evangeal "The CCC offers opportunity to around here Is definitely more! 2. Interviewer: Good afternoon, Madam I'm collecting opin
church* want to destroyse every unemployed and unmarriedman obnoxious than a night club.
churches.. in the State between the" The Citizen concedes that placesof ions on Southern Twin Pack Bread. Can you tell me if you use ;
of 17 and 23 1-2
jude says that these fifth colVnnlxla ages amusement are necessary-par-
Jack Horne, State Welfare Board it and what you think of it? 1
In the early church could ticularly In view of the various
director of CCC enrollment, said
V Identified by certain thingsey i military posts here-but there Is ,
did. They turned the grac recently. a limit to everything.-Key West CL '
H God Into lasclvlousnese.,. They "For the first time since the Citizen.A .
Bnied "the only Lord God,'* andHr corps was established," Horne i
Lord Jesus Christ. This "Tro- continued "applications are less LAWYER'S LIFE

n horse; crowiL Jn.th,,earlv, In number that the State's quota. "A lawyer's life Is a thanklessone r G'I
urch no doubt spoke highly"of ThllrtlmpTy mentis' 'that any unemployed of'cases he has many, I '

Inns as a teacher and were will- young man within the Sometimes he lives from day to t tJ
K to use some of His ethics butBcy age brackets who Is physicallyand day without a single penny.He 1 ityI
did not accept Jesus as the mentally fit, has a job rises with the morning sun
K>rd Jesus Christ. ''I waIting for him If he wants one. and to the courthouses hies, t

B Jesus means Savior. He Is I the : "There are few Jobs that pay To protect a: foolish citizen t tAs ., 'S 7
B>ly Savior. Christ means' the : better, when It Is taken into con- From the folly of acts unwise.He .

tainted. This name carries. I i sideration that the men enrolled hears the story of the man ,, a .1\
ith it the Idea that He rose are inexperienced, unskilled per- Who forged another's check.Of ) %t
Kaln from the dead and is up inpaven haps untrained to do work of any the man who told too many
anointed at the right hand kind. The minimum pay Is $30 lies S

B the Father The Bible says per month, with food, clothingand To save a scrawny neck. .
lat no man can call Jesus Lord' lodging furnished by the Fed- Of the man who swindles money I -

it by the Holy;Ghost. eral, Government, as well, as den- From fathers and from mothers, 3. Housewife: I'll be glad 'to give you my }

The Apostle Paul calls these, tal and medical I aJtention. and In- Of stealing, begging butcheringAnd because it's favorite bread. I
rth columnists In the Church struction. Those selected as a hundred thousand others.He opinion my
dlae brethren" who came In, camp leaders receive cash wagesof never haa a bit of time think the way Southern Twin Pack Bread

pvlly to spy 'out our liberty $45 per. month and assistant He's always In a hurry, wraps each half loaf separately is a great 4. There you are, folks-there's one of many housewives
htch we have In Jesus Christ.I leaders $36 per month. To keep his fellow man idea. It solved a problem for
he evangelical, orthodox, born: Applications are' now being received From misery. want and worry. money saving ? who has found a recipe for curing those "stale breadme
iln Christians In the churches. Horne pointed out at any He chose to be a lawyer, because my husband insists that his bread

this country should cast .out district welfare office. Such offices So a lawyer he must be, be fresh. When I used other breads, I always blues" You can save money too, by buying Southern

ese fifth columnists from their i may be found In every And If he makes a success of It' had throw the last few slices because
to away
pits( church schools, and other' county of the State. His epitaph you'll see: Twin Pack. Bread. Whether you shop in person or shop '
stale. But not so with Southern Twin a
xiltlons of leadership-. Within here lies a lawyer. they got
A Christian haa no. more right Notary CommissionAwarded Herewith we wish him well, Pack Bread. It keeps better because it's not all by phone, always ask for Southern Twin Pack Dread by r t,,,
tolerate a fifth columnist in WHEREFORE!, we pray time.
i church than an .American cltl"a Jonson He wins his case opened at one name. Now extra healthful because it it enriched with

has to tolerate a fifth colmnlst Heaven vs Hell.-Exchange.

In this government. D. E. 'Jonson, retired jeweler' ;,...- Vitamin Uj, ,
and-watch-maker and well-known T.\ LfoJ lU.I\NN.US: "
PINE LEVELBy citizen of Starke has Just' received Papa glared 'sternly at his i

Mrs II. M. JUcRae his commission as a no- young hopeful.
tary public from Gov. Speasard "Another bite like that young : "
Elder W. Ev Hall filled his L..Holland, and will be glad to man," he said "and you'll leave, I"f'
gular appointment at Pine Level serv *..tbe public In this capacityat the table."
Nrch! last week-end and was as- his residence on Church St. Sonny looked up.
ted I on Sunday by Elder Elar- Mr. Jonson has had much ex "Another bite like that," he

-e of Kissimmee. perience In this capacity, having agreed, "and, I'lltbe finished. ; M. V V Ml.OH f
Mr. and Mrs. H M. :McRae had served four years in Arizona and exchange.!:

dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and having had five appointments in -
rs. H. H, Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Florida. In discussing his new PA K\III JO OF TilE HOT IK>O ytstl4 r".h

.ishcp Thomas and little son, yesterday, Mr. Jon- There was a man who lived by I southern ...
appointment -'-
ayne, and Miss Irene Lewis, all son said: "The office of notary the side of the road and he sold .

Rising. public Is one of the oldest knownto lot dogs r ,
Mrs. L. L. Conner of Gum : man, dating back to the earliest He was hard of hearing so he ,

ianch was visiting Mrs. J. R. days of Roman law. The .lad no radio. Soujhern .:: n ,
all H-s had trouble with his eyes so .
Sunday.Mr : and seal of a notaryare
and Mrs. Johnnie Starling signature recognized by the laws of all I lie read no newspapers. SLICED, .r< "l little daughter of Jessup, But h., sold good hot dogs. He
a. I civilized nations. NOW! 2 TWIN PACK LOAVES BREAD ; "
the week-end with his
irenta, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Urged To Enter p...,,,, I' :"" :
I Contestants I 11
tarllng. "
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and Festival Queen Contest At OnceWith 1.( TWIN PACK WHITE-TWO hail I loaves white 1 ,, q tl"'g '" I its

iildren!I Harley and Ardella, of tot h e best bread individually wrapped inside Twin Pack wrapper, --
out Instructions, a.s. r
'ckBonvllie only
are relatives
about winning
pre this week.SAJIPSON. of all those nominated actually,I.' method of going free. 2. TWIN PACK 2.IN..I-II.1I loaf white bread .
work In the Straw- will be given
starting. to It looks as'' As this Is not a beauty contest half loaf, wheat bread. Both halves individually I
CITY berry It ,there Queen will be several very nice but one where ambition and pep wrapped and rewrapped in'TWIN PACK wrapper. ; fHCA Bread
By Mrs. S. E. Jone and $25000 In cash left, 'count more than anything else,
Horace prizes In the County wantIng it Is open to any and all who Twin Pack is; aa mJ.".. Southern Bread tram". Ask 4
Varnes spent the weekd with no girls desire.
In Jacksonville them.Twentyodd. ,have the your grocer for your,favorite TWIN PACK loaf today!
Howard Brown went to Palatka merchants are giving -r The price list Is as follows: 1st STAYS FRESH LONGER

t business Sunday. votes with purchases 'and it prize t lie title of Strawberry 1

Mr. and Mrs. Millard Varnes takes votes to win. Anyone can Queen and a one carat diamond 1h'

>om Palatka have moved back enter later., and It's there all free.Is no Just coat think now, ring, second prize. Is the title EXTR* NOW EHRICHED WITH HEALTHFUL I EXTRA !( '
me.Mr. or Honor and a 3-4 carat ,
of Maid of ,
diamond rings
W. }1. Smith and Lem six beautiful
Is diamond ring, third, a half carat i .
which a
rown went to Palatka busl- ning from the largest .
Pas! Monday. full' carat down to the smallest I diamond ring fourth. fifth and ADDED ADDED ( r
carat diamond
all sixth are each a 1. "
T. }{- Hill Is back from Port which Is a quarter carat, i I seventh a Motorola VITAMIN i, ,
t. roe and on his at mounted in solid gold rings, free rlnx. VALUE VALUE
job Camp $25000 In cash set
landing. l little effort radio, with YOU GET MORE
for a
aside to be divided among
Mrs. Neata Brown had a quiltg -', Anyone can enter a contestants who stay
Party at her house Tuesday. by simply coming up to the active remaining.according to the rules and EXTR* THE EMERQY VITAMIN EXTRA
lorn. E. which Is located up-
D. Jones contest office
was visiting: do not win one of the other w
rlendJI In Call and Walnut StreeU.n '
Starke Sunday stairs at S
oJOn. "te'-I Starke. Complete details with prizes. wi




JJ\N 241941I"A.U
: 1tlGnT 1\,

;: w! .- our hemisphere." Third we will NEVER Postmaster Has New Farm Committee'" The Prevalence Of Automobile Accidental; -::

Bradford Telegraph
The County
acquiesce in a peace "dictated by aggressorsand His Troubles Too For 1941, Named I Is Discussed By Sheriff Andreu |

MabJII.hoo: 187T sponsored by appeasers."
Postmaster Fred F. Stump Is The 1941 County Committee of Because highway accidents months In a hospital
;, Zb1Micd Weekly on Frlila>'* and Entered an Secnd It is obviously Mr. Roosevelt's belief almost "a man without a coun the Agricultural., C o n a e r vatlon cause so many deaths and Injuries tremendous medical exn bed ?*',

Clan", !Matter at the Port,' Office at Starke Fla. that it would be impossible for this coun- try." Association are;, during the course of a year, pile up and their Wages !!*
; 'pm ,. been I James of Sheriff A. O. Andreu calls attento perhaps It">,>
-- try to live in the same world with Hitler, He ,has? given notice to Chairman Rosier* '' permanently.
: M.EM.BEFLIMPRESS vacate the old pout off ice building Lawtey; Vice-chairman, R. E. !! to the fact that there were "Were they lucky? Fortunate,
and at the same time maintain democratic 'I accidents in Bra d fo r d cheat death,
not later than January 31, but has Hazen of Urookef; Regular member -, many, maybe. But
v : ASSOCIAnQN \ processes and principles.J As he has said on not yet received permission from I Lester Kite, of Starke; 1st County during the past year be- a poor substitute for safe lUck

several occasions, there would be no real the Government to move into the alternate, F. M. Norman Starke; cause of carelessness. As a result sane driving. It
t _::1-.._ :i4tlLl4L new one.* The beautiful buff 2nd alternate, L. J. Wynn of 6 persons were killed on highwaysin "For safe driving you ,
peace-there would only be an armed truce, brick structure practically y amp ton; Secretary, T. K. Mc- the county and several were know, how quickly you |can! *?,

B.- -1\1au'bpws __..:...:: .._._ Editor and Owner which would inevitably result in a ruinous ready for occupancy. but it must dane Starke;. Treasurer, Mrs.C. Injured. your car. You may feel' "J,
K" armament race and the establishment of a be thoroughly Inspected by a man W. Savage! Starke. "As Sheriff of this County my driving at 60 miles ttn
Ht'BSf:KIITION KATK from Washington before the force The purpose of the 1941 Agrltultural deputies and I have covered .hun- safe under favorable concimL
i4'j Yearly! $1.75; SU!; : Montlia. .,It.OO PujuWe In permanent military economy for us, no less can move In. This final check-up Conservation Association dreds of automobile wrecks, and budo you realize these :'

.-\.dVallc't"d"I'IItI"lnr/ Kutf. on Application than for the Axis. will be done this week, Postmaster "shall be to cooperate with the I have had the opportunity to facts: Bllllp

In the meantime, it might turn out that Stump hopes. Secretary 0 t Agriculture the see at" first hand thetragicafter. "At 60 your car U COVering
math of and carelesaSesS."I feet
speed second.
Asked about receipts Adjustment Admini- per
postofflce Agricultural
r. ,Stttrke Finds It A Problem one result of the speeches will be greatly for 1040 Mr. Stump stated that stration, and other agencies of have become familiar with "You travel about four .

To Keep Clean Behind The Ears increased Nazi attacks on the staunch these figures' would not be available the Department of Agriculture In the sight of Injury and death," lengths between the time you

itj It is unfortunate that at the very time British Isles-the purpose being to reduce until around the first of carrying out the provisions of Sheriff Andreu said, "and if lire the necessity to stop and 7
February.; However, he did give sections 7 to 17 Inclusive" of the everyone who a'irtves: a car could time you can place your foot
i ; tim eyes of all Florida and a good portionof England before aid from, the United Statescan this startling and encouraging various Acts of Congress relatingto spend a few days with me on my the break. (This Is the 'reactk

the nation are centered on Starke, we be materially increased. Hitler knows news "1940,was 110 percent better farmers and farming. job there would be only halt as distance' of' the average driverl,

ji find it impossible to keep our town clean that', if this country ever is able to push its than 1939; and the first two many traffic accidents as there "You cover at least 11ca.r' _.
weeks of 1941 were better than are now. lengths after you
apply *
i' and neat in the same degree to which we arms drive into high gear, a practically unlimited the first six months of 1940." Ten Cent Store "The next time you see a picture breaks before you can su>p-.ik

have been accustomed in the more peaceful quantity of material of all kinds Building DelayedC. In the paper of an automobile Is about nine times as far .,
crash form a mental picture of 20 mlle, per hour. t
years gone by. can be sent to England. B. H. S. Schedules
G. Priest, manager of the the scene, just as the cameramansaw "If you strike
It isn't that we like it dirty or that we The full magnitude of projected aid to i'8 ,1941 Grid GamesEight Van' H. Priest Company's store it. Visualize' your' car as i impact Is the same as anything It would"i

k take less pride than before in the condition England will not be fully known for some I' here says that they had planned ] that twisted mass of steel, and lit you drove
football games have been i to move into their new store your loved ones as the victims. I car off a 11
(i4 four surroundings, but simply that limited time. As the President's budget message.1 arranged for the Bradford County i i either' the 22nd or 23rd of this II I "The newspaper account of the story building. A fast| mo,\

City finances have not allowed our trash shows, it will run far into the billions. High 'School footbAll team next' month, but that it, now looks as I story may end 'The occupants of coupe can overturn a 10-ton truc
and garbage collection agencies to keep I season. The campaign ,will start If it will be three or four weeks j I j I the car escaped with injuries.' "Help stop the needlesa sac..
Responsibility for our national defense September: 26 with Green Cove before they are able to move in. I Perhaps you may think they were fice of life by a little more
pace with our fast growing population. falls upon the 77th Congress, now in session,I i Springs here and also will windup The fixtures. counters 'etc.. are i lucky. .but Imagine them lying for in driving. elr'

"Starke seems to bo weathering the and this all-inclusive problem embraces such I at home on November 28 in, but the building Itself has'not

1 boom all right, except for the fact that it worrisome issues as wages and hours, tax- 'against October Montlcello.31: and November 21 yet been contractor completed.The .R. H. Mathe Starke Now Using Aid Children's Home

looks a little messy: ," was the terse com ation, relief and government lending, bothat are open, dates on the schedule states that he is waiting on the Lots Of Bread Bradford fountains contrlbut,

ment of a government housing official who home and abroad. This session will also and the school Is anxious. to fill ceiling material; that the factoryin $87.10 to .the Children's ]
passed this not weeks And them. Texas where he has to get the A sidelight 'on the amount of. Hoc
way many ago. have the countries of South America to Society In Jacksonville
food being consumed In Starke almost
The schedule: material Is hampered by a strike, i
who can deny his charge? The town DOES consider; just lending the money is But a September 26 Green Cove but that he thinks the buildingwill these days Is given by Tom Har- but not quite-reaching the allot'

4:' look messy. Worse than that-it looks small part of the job of improving our relations Springs here.October' be ready for occupancy ,with din, popular and hardworkingsalesman quota of f 100, according to aj

.kk positively dirty But what can be done with them. 3:-Florida School for: in two weeks. I tributors. for one of the *big dis announcement this week by Sup

shout it? Very little until the city has time Deaf there,, Marcus d. Fagg.
In addition to these outstanding headaches Recent Births ; Tom used to work Starke and !
to plan a reorganization of its housecleaning are the long-view problems recog- October 10 Wlldwood, here. vi> Reported several other ,surrounding towns, iv TIIK rmrtir .
r facilities and increase its staff sufficiently nized October 17-;Alachua, there. Mr. and MrS., A. R.' Johnson, but now he devotes his full time Jl'IJI'I 1\1. Clltfllr II.' ::118 HOftl;
by the cooler heads in our governmentwho 24 Reddlck here. Starke : io Starke and delivers n),. i> AMI roil
j to cope with the situation. October :- girl. :Jajiuary 1. : three 'timesas CO I'' mi\nfUKi'
know that a war boom is apt to proveto November 7-Hastings, here., Mr. and Mrs, Clyde: Starling much bread here as he used 'VTViv ersiitt

Of course, if each individual will do his be a bubble that will explode when Nov mber.' 14-Holies School, I Lawtey. boy. January 2. to place in the 'entire area. Sanilla Plaintiff M. Burrti.,
utmost to keep his own premises clean the .4LNovember Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wusdln "I've been going since three -vs.ammiti-
prickedand that peace is the pin that [ here. ,, Waldo, girl January 12. o'clock this morning valid haven'tfinished Burch.
w town as a whole will naturally take on a will eventually prick it. ,,28-MonUcello, here. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Dyal. y t," Tom said early Sat- OIIPBH Defendant: OP SEIIVICH

neater appearance. But here again we have Even certain Graham, boy, January 21. urday night. "Stores that used) NOTICR TO API'HAK
now high officials'
are State
,'.- been handicapped by the fact that almost Accidents FewerThe Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thornton to use 15 or 20 loaves a day are |I To, Kmmltt of Burch Florida U* F n flog
said to be laying plans for cushioning the Vanderbilt boy. January 5. now selling in the hundreds. I Ian Georgia.
everyone is: so busy taking care of emergency DeWitt C. Jones ambulance' Mr. and Mrs. James Everett guess It just goes to show that are it l Is. hereby ordcrml. (that y

matters that have been thrust upon inevitable shock. But many economists driver J. W. Morgan: Jr.. says I doubt that while minor accidents still 17.New bread is still the above entitled. court, to the bill) ,
fcim by the boom, that he hardly has time that much can be done. They still staff of life. complaint filed acalnnt, you. In II-
occur and will likely continue to
? to eat and sleep.-much less care for the appearance feel that great artificial booms are more occur on the Blanding; Highway, Army StoreMr. County Physician ford hove County entitled Telegraph"ratine; anil In heni'Bnf.
denlfrnatvd aa the ,,
of his accidents of 8e1.rous newnpuiHT, I
a more nature -
property. than to be followed .
likely by great I Which thin order shall be
depressions |I"bllh l)
... .. .. -. .. are distinctly on the decline Epstein, formerly ofNew D.'. L. H. Jennings was appointed once a week for four "n"'cuII<
i ii me cay; is financially una o I e 10 and no one knows just what the world Only one accident worth mentionIng York City, ,now living In Gainesville county physician at the weeks.Witness my hand and the

maintain an adequate sanitary force, it will be like when this unprecedentedly des- I has occurred- within the last is opening up a new Army first meeting of the new Boardof of thla court at Stark, Plorldi M.
might be that Starke must follow the suit of : week. One car: in which were store in the building adjoining County Commissioners held thin(OFFICIAL.22 day SKAI of January.) A. J.A. homi I O, ISi

other growing towns and ask citizens tructive war finally ends. riding a soldier and one 'civilian Jerry's Lunch Room-the one for- here early this month. He succeeds Clerk_ of the Circuit Court,
to pay struck another 4). A, Stephens. Plaintiff's Alton
car occupied bya merly used as Congressman LexGreen'a Dr. W. B. Parks: / l 24-4t
for this service as a public utility just soldier and'a, The
as young lady. office. The opening date ,
'We Must '
they pay for light and water. There have Accept Responsibilities first car pverturned from four for the new store is set for to

been instances where residents of a town Arising From ;Camp 'Blanding to six times,..Tjptft cars were seriously day-Friday. Mr. Epstein will CLASSIFIED ADS I
Chaplain T. C. Holland damaged and their occupants handle regulation military sup-
of Blan-
were compelled to a for Camp :
pay sewerage tax injured, though not critic- plies and equipment. R. H.
)( the use of the city's sewer system.In ding brought a message to Starke recently ally. Mathe Is the contractor. BEAUTIFUL LOCATION on main FARM FOR SALE-Road 48, CaB\

recent which we devoutly hope will not fall on deaf highway to north and west, 3 of Starke. Good for troll
a issue of the
Macclenny acres corner, ,350 yards on
newspaper we note that the city council ears. It was a logical message, a sensibleone Things To RememberIf paved highway, 225 on graded farming Good 5-room or chicken houwe -raising A. F

: there has passed an ordinance providing and a message that 'every citizen of road. New buildings, 5-room Murrhee, Starke, Fla. 1-1741/!/;
Starke should take to heart and pledge him- house, sma.n'store and filling
that You're
residents of the
town pay a dollar every self to support. Buying SheetsBy station established. Suitable A TRUE MEDIUMCalls
L three months to maintain adequate garbage for chicken ranch, beer garden -

disposal. Some such similar action might Chaplain Holland was emphasizing the Katharine Fisher'Dirtctor country store. or tourist camp. your name without yoi

become here if absolute necessity for a recreation center in Good Homtttf/g"slillll. 18 miles from Camp Blanding. saying one word. Tells the *
necessary no other is Priced "
way to sell. Address "Owner. ,
Ject of visit and all
found to solve the problem. Starke for the use of Camp Blanding soldiers Box 395, Stake, Fla. 1-17 2tp wish to your know. Reunites jw th

Should such a charge be made, surely on their_ week-end visits to the city. low January now i Is the White time Sales to renew are herel it. But If before your stock you dash of sheets downtown U running, let's FOR SALE-Big Army range separated; gives you lucky day

I very few citizens would object. It is hard He stated that we should first build a discuss the. ,subject of sheets a bit. It will help you take better advan-. stove. Bargain. See S. O. and numbers. After I flntt
S tage of the bargains the stores are offering1. Weaver, 215 E. Call St., Starke, if you are not satisfied, It wi!:
to imagine a man or a woman who would strong opposition before we expend all ." cost you nothing. Guarantee
our First of all, when buying sheet, read the labels. Fla.
: trot gladly a dollar three monthsto l "Who made readings daily from 9 a. m. ii
pay is
every energies in destroying "the devil's yooT" a question you will want to ask' I
see the town clean and neat once again.In play- __ '_ every sheet you examine. Buying a sheet without FIVE ROOM HOUSE In L a k e ,9 p. m. PERMANENTLY' L0-
house." It is all very well to fight the jook ,i the name or trade mark of the manufacturer Is like City Florida for sale. only CATED. 1-3 4i
the meanwhile-until the problem C receiving an unsigned letter. You don't know whence ,$200.00 down and $20.OQ per

is solved-we hope that visitors and newcomers joints and liquor stores, but first we should I it in came sheets and, as who in other Is behind products it. Well-known are' worth ,looking brands month. City Realty Company 1409 E. Ocklawaha Ave\

will not judge us too harshly. Starke ,make some positive provision for entertaining 't ::' for. Some labels give other useful information. too. Gainesville, Florida. Ocala 'Fla..

Eu not always looked like this. We used the men by providing a place wh re they both.Shall you buy muslin 'or percale? You may want FOR SALE-8-year-old mare. 950 _
For hard service-in the bedroom of a lusty Ibs. Sound gentle, but high AUTO KEYS FOUND "Owm<
to- nave
a reputation for being of
one the may enjoy wholesome supervised boy, for example -
recreation KATHARIMI you may prefer muslin. For spirited. Live canter, fast walk may have' by identifying and
l1 deanest, neatest little towns in Florida. We such as reading, billiards, and non-gambling Good DI'HlO.ol. soft grownups, smooth you, luxurious may prefer feel.percale Their sheets lighter with'weight their and will work.-C. Vt Inglertght paying for this ad at the Bradford
k believe that underneath the present trash card games. :::';::: "' makes them easier to handle in laundering too. Starke Fla. 'ltp County ,Telegraph, Siarki
and litter, even ,the most casual! visitor can Fla. "
Difference FOR SALE 10-acre farm (5
Between !Muslin -
Starke and Percale
still glimpse the quiet and dignified beauty should realize, and we believe IS What Is the difference between muslin and percale sheets The ....cleared), with house and ,barn, FURNISHED: COT TAG ,, S I
that once was Starke. realizing more and more that the proximityof yarns be that go into cotton sheets may be comparatively fat. or they may all under fence. Cheap for Lake Santa Fe; '5 miles eo?t of>
Camp Blanding means something more more highly twisted, smoother longer fibered. The fatter I cash.-C. H, Clark, Route 2, Waldo. Electric lights, running -
yarns go into muslin sheets, and since they are thicker. result in Box 37, Starke, Fla. 1-3 4tp water, Inquire LewO'
than "beer and skittles. It has a heavier-weight fabric. The slimmer
Roosevelt Tells Them Off- brought fibered into more highly twisted. longer-' Jewelry Co., Gainesville Ftt-
yarns go percale sheets making a lighter smoother fabric. FOR SALK: New and
prosperity-yes. It has brought life Some (Used d
In Three new percale sheets are known
History-Making SpeechesIn as carded percale others combed
as trailer bargains. E & S Trailer -
percale. In making the
certainly. But it has also brought combed percale sheets the cotton
three recent speeches o f historic many through an additional process-the combing process-which yarns are results put Sales located at Palm Trailer WANTED TO BUY-Farm wit)

significance, (President Roosevelt cleared I problems and a certain degree of responsibility in a better yarn. This extra process is the reason why combed percale Park, Orlando,,, Fla. Alma and pecan groves, garden sp8*
for the welfare and comfort of the sheets cost more than carded percale sheets. Slimmer yarns, and more National Trailers.! tf I pasture, 40 acres or more'
away, once and for all, any doubts that of them to the square inch, are also found in the combed percale sheets. Box 628 Starke, Fla.
men who make up this Camp, especially In a good combed percale sheet should .
might have existed concerning the sentiments threads you expect to find about 100 TYPEWRITERS -New Remington -
to the
, and sympathies of the United States when they come into our midst in search of sheets the thread count inch is; about 200 to 180 the threads square to inch.the In square carded inch.percale The portables, $5 down. $5 a 500 BU. FLORIDA RUN
in the recreation and relief from the rigorous thread count in muslin sheets varies from 72 x 68 to 64 x 64. or even month. Prices start at $29.75. PEANUT: SEED at $1 per bD-
great conflict now threatening toSavolve lower. A muslin sheet with a thread count of 72 -Bradford County Telegraph, Bright R- '
\ army life. If we do not provide the x: 68 Is usually spoken and sound. -
every nook and cranny of the civi- right of muslin as a heavy muslin sheet. The relatively high thread count In heavy Starke. Fla. tf Demorest, Starke, Fla.
lucd world. kind of entertainment, no student of human sheets makes for longer wear. -
nature would sheets with a thread count of 64 x: 64, or 128 threads to the NOISBLESS!: REM INGTON- or won
them WANTED-Young man
expect not to be
temptedby square inch classed
These are as light muslin. Some Standard
powerful documents eliminatedthe lighter muslin sheets- office size factory rebuilt -
have an ( for p"010'graphic
man )
a preferred
the kind. very uneven count in the and
warp filling. This
wrong makes for
a like new. Remarkable
last semblance of poorly balanced
our theoretical neutrality construction and the sheet is likely to ) work. Previous
split during
,; and placed us- definitely where we Camp Blanding '}has flung a challengeat Remember this point when buying lighter-weight muslin sheets. wear. value.Telegraph: $50 Starke I,cash, Fla.-Bradford tf patience have unnecessary. Mul A"
sales abUity.
belong, beside England as an active ally, Starke. Remember Length is Important dress some Photo, Box 395 StarW

ready to give her almost anything and If we are to adopt the Camp, boast of comfortable Buy sheets and that they are wear long out enough sooner] because Skimpy-length the sheets are not INVESTMENTS Fla. W

everything she might need to prosecute the its size, take pride in its development, and jerking tor. alae.them." This For, of ourselves. we is prefer sheets! which are sleeper labeled is"108 always Inch While The Going Is GOOd FOR RENT 10x14 living -W'1;

war against the Axis powers. The Presi call it our very own, we must also accept laundered sheet is about course 10' shorter.the size But before since hemming.the The hemmed. Invest Your Money ,In, with canvass floor. Inquire *
average mattress is
dent's mighty words also administered a the responsibilities that it involyes. 76"bead long this "till allows enough extra length for tucking: in securely: GRAD&f.STOCKS } popcorn stand next to prIDtlnJ

fcearty slap in the face to Japan declaring Any lasting friendship must .be foundedon at biff-fellows and to foot.accommodate U your bed you is longer can buy, or sheets if you have that are longfellows 113" torn or HIGH OR BONDS ;-office.'-_ Itrt

that China too was helping to defend American the principal of give and take. So far six which*. Note does that we emphasize torn alae. Its not wise to buy a sheet WANTED-TWO large doWDSlaJlI
not state its torn size It may have been cut to alsa with AND YOU WILL, HAVE AN unfurniahed rooms near businf!
rights and Starke shears
principals. has been principally on the receiving and may. as a result. take a bias line after washing. Tearing INCOME AFTER TilE section Starke with city "*'
across the
After hearing and carefully studying end. We must soon start giving, and the straight along fabric one rather thread than all the cutting way means across.that Torn the sheets fabric is divided BOOM IS OVER and IIghta.-E. S. Walthall. peral '

: these: three speeches, there can be no doubt recreational center is the first real request a bias line. do not take 'delivery, Starke Fla.,, "'
.i as to the future we've had The width of 'sheets Isn't as mnci a problem with most Just .Drop us a letter or a
foreign policy of the United from the Camp. Jacksonville always the length. However no one can sleep restfully if the sheet people as card and FOR RENT-One 2-room apart
States, and it may be condensed briefly into on its toes to court Blanding favor, ,stay put at the sides. A safe sheet width for double beds is 90"doesn't. For call our representativewill meat suitable for light bOUt
any oth t bed (single twin. or cot) the 72" and advise you with- "'""
width is double ro
keeping. and
Three usually one :
points: First has satisfactory. ;
committed already
we are to an provided for such a gathering How many sheets to buy t Six sheet to a bed is a minimum allow out obligation. Mrs. A. A. Annls Lawtey.
affl-indusive- national defense,' Second, were place for soldiers. sbclf.ancne More pair on the bed. one in the laundry, and one on the storage lIP

.. committed to upport all nations that Surely Starke will not let its larger and A splendid are idea desirable is the for use emergencies.of a third sheet on top of :your blankets, Guaranty Under- FOR SALE-2-wheel house trail-*'
... resisting aggression .and in but under the bedspread.) It will protect fine writers Inc
the Presi- more glamorous neighbor outdo us when tt bedspread Is folded and : your blankets when the 3 beds and 3 mattresses. '"
put for the
away night The
9 t'8, words,,;, "thereby keeping war from comes to showing hospitality! third sheet should extend just as far up as the blankets top, but edge be of tucked this 310 West Adams Street Could be delivered. H8 11
under at the foot, thereby helping., to anchor all the bedclothes. New York Ave., DeLand
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