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: April 18, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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' BRAD'fORD ,'. /., "', ."
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Official County Publication Established In 1877 jt'ME
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C I f Passed I Ili The Big Parade No this Isn't a City Park .Used.. Brown Head of Elected RotaryMarcus City Won't Wait Berry Season ;I : :( D

t tS hr military, a mass maneuver formation In F. Brown local at. On W. P. A. Under w
Blanding"Maneuver' Way
li bing 'I'Id ,"or a "big the torney Rotary was Club elected of president Starke at of a ; 1 '!

parade It is ;

=' simply the customary meeting of new directors held Walnut street between Call and '
y Be ShortBradford
Trustees the Will-
id d ? following regular Wednesday
,, scene on luncheon. Jefferson streets may be'widened ( ;':' ;, r :
t Call St. any Saturday without waiting for the W. P. A. ,
I N. Sternberg was elected vice- '
with the dls- or Sunday Starke to act. The traffic congestion In phenomlnally I' ; : 'f
small County's
[hed through was given a president; D. P, Carpenter was
of'' being the tint local since the arrivalof sample yesterday of what life : re-elected treasurer; and Jos. E. that block due to ,the postoffice, tardy strawberry season I ls> 4 : \

on the Slat and would be like should Nazi powers.Wilson was reelected secretary. the Western Union, Postal and launched at last with around 8-. y-. i .'

.sfted by the Florida LegiS-I 43rd. Divisions at suddenly'land forces ,on the coast The new officers will begin the telephone companies all be- 000 crate of fruit,'shipped from ;!1 j' to

[ in its current session Camp Blandlng. of Florida. Peaceful Church St. i their duties with the first meet- ing located In the same block- Starke and Lawtey during the '\ !

rovidlng for abolishment of ,,. Civilians are distinctly vibrated with the roar of hundreds -:I Ing in July.Members makeR the problem so acute that first four days of this week.Growers { ''i

)Bradford County Board of In they of huge Army trucks and. of the Board of the City Council Tuesday night received estimated return ray
become effects minority a I o ng ; new Trustees will the pines In the City Park whispered :I Directors elected Wednesday are: of $18.000for' the period i i A

goon as signed by Cover- ? Call St. on weekends above khaki-clad officers Joe E. Wilson E. L. Wllllamc, be done now. based on an average price of $3 I
t'' and Starke I L. A. Canova, chairman of the '''f$
lolland. and enlisted men comprising the I N. Sternberg. 15. L. Matthews per crate. .y
measure was introduced 1 Is beginning to rear echolon of" ;a division commend George Mannsna. J, C. Hoover Street Committee, was Instructed Following the coldest February j +
he : byj realize what It > t to contact contractors with a viewto in 40 I,' I
the lower house Monday j poet : and M. F. Biown.Health years and.the- coldest March: r
' H. Inman means to be located going forward with the pav In ) '\ '
tentative Geo. i I The Thirty-first ( vision headquarters 20 Bradford County berrlea : J )
led a favorable vote and' eight miles I personnel! ;-. consisting of ing. H A. Bishop was appointedto were ,delayed .until the latest

Immediately sent to the IIP- away from one about 200( officers and men. were Unit see about moving the three starting date within, the memory "f' !" j I
mouse where Senator Hal Y. (" of the largest I almost as surprised at their assignment large trees that would be in the of old timers In the Industry here. .':(: +
training c a m pa of the I
re of Lake Butler obtained task as Starkeltes 1 were way Usually the season i is more than +t'

usage under waiver of thee In the country. :. In seeing big Army trucks ,swarm To Be Set half over by this ,time In April. \ j ,
.. These sold hers Up "t1: \
w ''' Into town and begin taking ,over C. of C. Adopts The Plant city 'area has also #j' I I ,
toe "
designed to carry c the peaceful park.; been having its trouble, with : '
bill was New :
spend part of a PolicyNow l t
h e expressed wishes of Brad- dollar Thursday morning by 6 o'clock 1stThe the season there reported as the : a
million May
County electors in a baUot I Malor General John C. Persons By that the "emergency" Is worst in history-even more disastrous i en
payroll. \
acted last November. For! commander of the' Pixie Division over, Mrs Evelyn Stephens, sec than last year's. Crow. '*'' I

, time there had been agitator I sent out 1Ianke'. order to his Bradford County Health of the Chamber of Com ers there have'usually harvested ,

abolishment of the Board entire staff directing them to assemble Unit, only a wishful dream for rotary, announces a new policy between two and''' three million

Bond Trustees (created In Y.M.C.A.Workers Defense Unit In a recreation hall wherehe many months will be a reality -so that the organisation can dollar worth of fruit by this

| so that county road mat- sprung' the headquarters field May 1. Dr Bert R. Boone, a get back to taking care of the time but the total returns 'from s t ,v,,

would once more come under problem as a complete surprise.The graduate of the University of construction needs of the office the 0.749,280 pints sold there thus 4'', w

diction of the Board of exercise one of those contained Michigan School of Hygiene and and no longer serve as a rental fur Is estimated at only $903,117.- S +t

ity+ Commissioners) Arrive Here To Be Foped In the, combined/ training Public Health, who has been with agency-an activity which became 37. I M

was argued that conditions program which will be active here the United States Public Health necessary during the recentcon..eetlon. Quality of fruit here is expected! 1 "r

until summer maneuvers In the will be the ." to Improve h'e
mltating creation 0 f the t- Service since 1931 greatly by first
Miss Gertrude Ely of Philadelphia A mask meeting to be held In Louisiana forest begin sometime of of next ,week '
He Is 37 and
d t in 1921"no longer existed director. years age. Now that the Camp Blandlng production will
Pa., and,Miss Margaret De- the court room at 8 o'clock tonight in August called !.for the estab- who '
there were no i longer sufit A nurse will be employed construction program Is over, probably reach Its 'peak at this +
Wolf Erslclne of Long Island (Friday) has been called lishment of a rear and forward time X i
funds to carry on any will give her full time to the there are few demands for rooms also. .short season of '
irehcnslve road program and N. Y., ,arrived a few days ago' by W. M. Edwards chairman of echolon of a division command work of the unit. She has not Mrs. Stephens says: "We do havea three or four weeks is all that can

county road matters might I to help the Army Y. M. C. A. of the Bradford County Board of poet From'the'forward' post a yet been named. The Board of few women looking for rooms, be hoped for.Auction ., { a, I a

ir again be placed under the i Starke to set up a wholesome County Commissioners for the three-way brigade (one field artillery County Commissioners went on but from now on the need will be activity at the State 4
recreational!program' for the service purpose of organizing a local ,an..two.IW.ntry brigades) record In favor of the
d t of County Commissioner: as being for furnished houses and apart. Farmers' Market will be resumed' }
men during their leisure unit of the State Defense Council.A established/ and from these
controlled the finances : was present: County nurse Mrs. Mabel meats" It was stated as soon a$ the "big buyers". enter ; ,
decided to poll the elec- time. During World War 1 Miss meeting of the state organIzation extending almost to Penney G. Lewis if she can qualify with Mrs. Stephens feels that eery the picture. At the present Urn ', lit f'l l

was Ely was In charge of all of thewomen' was held in Jacksonville Farms, wasestablished;; regimental the State Board, of Health. But Is said they are waiting for' r u' ,
the issue, and special effort should be made to acoom i. ]
e on activities of tlfe Y. M. recently and It was urged that and) battalion command posts. the Board Is willing to take anyone da ; *ii
&gd fruit to off
:get the
t tl were printed for this purto facilities |modate the new class of tenants ( t+l
C. A. in France and served as the. county Units) bi set; up as Direct wire communication selected; in case Mrs. Lewis market.
, be used at the same time alt who will definitely be of a permanent *
near the front line trenches as soon as possible so that"the pro- were developed between' cannot qualify. Fn any event Mrs.
Election held. nature and will spend
General was she could for two years winningthe gram can get under way. of the outposts. Lewis will hold her present position .
most of their In Starke.
decision of the voters was money '
commendation and appreciation "We must organize our county The rear echalon'of the division through April Urges Actioi h
bollsh the County Board of There Is a big demand now for
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Trustee of the French as well as the unit at once." Mr. Edwards said command center which furnished The Director and a Sanitaryman four and five-room houses furnished '-,
American: military authorities. "so that will not delay the office for the division
',we principally an will each give to Starke and It Is desired that
lit construction{ program of .thf.time.. she l1ueen,, state-wide and lnspec19r
Since program. adjutant general whatever time Is necessary, with people of Btarke who'have 1'0011III.bou.ea. ,
sal defense! ltlghwaytpthls! actively.engaged In ,various, actl- .All ,fraternal social and civic and a rear _holon of the a''minimum'' of three days: ,each and for th4y2i
apartments rent
ty .ha*.been'hampered> 'since vitIM.forj;welfare..relief' '.and. rellgious organizations ,are. urged to,have division's .supplji officer .remained week. .For the present the Unit list them with local rear estate r

I I first of ,the year 'b c..uae ;organizations, representative at the meeting in : behind here %f City..Park. will be located on t It e' second dealers, now that "the1 "..merg'ency" 'Usingthe. ....example" ,,..of.- 'Clay M
r-elected Bond Trustee,IDemI Erskine spent a year with section of the twin mv>
bliss the courthouse tonight. The forward floor of the Court house where Is County ..ia' ....ktru..h
I refused to.take office,"Icnow- the canteen. workers ,f 0 r. ,the "We want the ladies to be there command post was set up,In the Mr. Lewis' headquarters now over prise try, to
t heir terms 'would be of such London and Mrs. Martin Stewart hostess In Bradford,, ,County ,to Her
soldiers Has Blan-
, British near also Mr. Edwards stated, :vicinity of Gate B at Camp full duty In the defense' i'
t duration.' At the same returned a few months ago only they are to have an Important,' ding ,while the brigade regimental are.The, financial outlay will be charge of Guest House 'No.' 2 at gram Jas. McClosky'of the road State pro ( f
L the Board of County Com- of all neutralswere extended Camp Blinding (Phone 548) Is
because the citizens part In this, program. and battalion posts will '
f only $125 month Department told
per the County
eager to have a listing of places ,4
did haVe
loners not yet to leave'England toward Penney
{ requested further on an
take of the and traveling Commissioners, :
care salary tlut, week'
'I to accomodate visitors when the
city to act in road matters. attached, to
unless they were Farms.
'Money Stolen expenses of the nurse. The guest house Is filled up. It Is "Clay County has already'done ( I
I is expected that the Com- diplomatic corps or were carryingon I his surprise j
on month her
Commenting County will pay $73 per filled at present, and Mrs. part" In securing the necessary .
the From Auto
noners will go ahead with business in connection with by grapeylne Federal
order Issued only and the City $50.: The Stewart needs assistance for the rightofway'tu" proceed
'emnatlon proceedings againstral defense program. Wednesday night and officially at Government and the State Board I with the roads.. "
employe Easter week-end. Those who can
parcels of land that have Both ladies are giving their I Robert Zippier an 6 A. M. Thursday, General Persons of Health will take care of the "There A 1 1this
I with accomodutlona are about 20
the Camp Blending is In County help out may parcels In
I holding up new defense time as volunteer workers to said "This problem Is designed salaries of the Director and the I b I
In. 'soon Board Y. M. C. A. and jail here charged with breaking the notify her at once. county not yet secured," he ;
a thl8' ) county as National I to surprise and test Sanitary man, as well as the said.
But the
'rnor'' Holland's' signature Ishe have',been sent to Starke, to cooperate -i into an automobile Monday night ability of the Division staff and clerical work. outlook as described
of the and stealing $40 in money, a pistol Show by Mr. McColsky was by + '
the women Big Stage r rr
new bill or as soon as it with Division 'brigade and regimentalstaffs. Dr. E. F. Hoffman, of Jackson. no means discouraging.

mea a law without the clove community In organizing and' promoting and a blackjack. Making It necessary for villa Assistant In the Bureau of At Park TheatreMiss have been slow Many who

' signature. I activities that will, make.. According to the story of William them to function without notice Maternal and Child Health for the are now yielding 15 15s 3

the men from Camp Blending Jascha and J. O. Futch both as if, they were 'ln the ,field the Florida State Board of Peggy Jean Morton, tal aid. necessary right-of-way he i L+ "

II I Contest happier and more successful dur-i of Daytona Beach also employee during actual combat! I Health and Mrs. O. L. Beaaley, ented :young 12-year-old daughter ':T

ing their training period. Committees I at the Camp, ,Zippier had been Chairman of the Bradford County of Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Horton of The Department! is going to"quiet" : ,1, ::1 "

Day Camphe are already being formedand riding with them for three or Board Considers : Public Health Committee, were Lake City will be at the Park' certain titles,,,It,was stated 1h :

extensive programs in connection four days. present at the meeting Theatre tonight (Friday) with and several, property-owners i I "lr"1'
lads and lassies at the A. 1 are willing to give the )
with the Y. M. C. During the noon hour Monday Pauper AllowancesSeveral her dance students. ) right-of-, ..

Camp are bringing their dolls work here are being planned. according to reports. Zippier tooka I Auto BlazeBrings Peggy' opened her dance studio way provided their fences will be ; ''I

them today (Friday) to nap In the car unlocked the applicants for pauper : three ago at the age of put back Intact ,without expense ;

r in a doll contest. The dolls ShootIs back windows and left them allowances came before the Boardof Out Truck nine andsince years then she and her to them. Mr. McColsky made I ""fit

be on display between one, Opening slightly open. That afternoon he County Commissioners last students have gained state-wide the straight-forward proposition I ,,( j .

three o'clock P. M. Parents Big SuccessThe was laid off; he was seen In week. The application of Mrs. The Fire Department made a fame on stage and radio. Peggy to the Commissioners: "If you ,\ r
friends refused. That of at 8 o'clock Monday will furnish the m i''
of the campers are Starke at 11 P.M., though he Son Kite was record run has been acclaimed as one of the materials-fence >
ed to come to the playground opening shoot of the Starke had been boarding In Lake Butler Mrs. Nellie Wllkerson of Lawteywas night-was at the fire in four minutes best dancers In the South and Is and po t--.the WPA will do the 4 ";
Ma 10, attracted 'a for month or after the alarm was sounded, work. W. M.,
time. Judges will pick Gun Club, April ; and that night the theft took postponed a the youngest dance Instructor in Edwards chairman -
winning dolls. large squad of competitors from two. When Mrs. J. It. Smate according to fire chief. V. H. Car- explained that the Board e

Spar Duncan and Edwin Wlli Jacksonville headed by N e a 1 place. and made application the Board .Instructed den. A new Plymouth owned by the nation. was without money, and would r l eer
the pistol
president The black Jack to a warrant Lawrence Nelfer Co. T. Eleanor Powell famous motion have no a
won, the Tyler Immediate past her request Sgt. authority'to act until
egg-knocking he
last week at the' Camp'sTegg of.the Jacksonville Gut Club and $28 was found on Mr.Zippier Jascha when, who from the County Judge for her 124th Inf., Camp Blandlng. wasburning. picture dancing star Is much Horton Interested the Legislature abolished the

Capt. Avery, retired Peters pro was arrested. husband for non-support. The In the Peggy Board of Bond trustees and gave
hunt while Joe Mon
found the number fessional. owned the car and sustained the Clerk of the Board requested The Sergeant was In Koch's Studio and has corresponded the Commissioners this authority. ;"

KS. Wesley largest Thomas and Camp Blandlng was representedby loss is an extra said police the officerat thief this newspaper.to state that the Drug Store when a man enteredan with Us young owner and Instructor I But the Board members:gave Mr.
Delaney Holly Hill. He would not grant "Who owns the gray for several years.
- Owens Lt. Horace G. Towell. Sgt. Commissioners inquired I McColaky the guarantee that they ,
rolled colored
Into the and Sgt. Mestayer. H. S. left behind $100 worth of tools pauper allowance to women whose Plymouth parked) by the Guidon Among' the numbers to be [would take car*'of the materials t
winning zones of an overcoat and a camera.: The that the The stood and featured tonight are; The SwingSistersBetty t
Walker, popular representative husbands i'desert them Grill? [-as, lOOn as they had received,
rabbits attractively deed the Remington' Arms Co., was money was taken from a glass I Proper place to settle such: matters proudly said I "I do. Why?" Clara and Marca this authority., q
as prizes bank which contained around $43 "It's Wilson Playmates-Cleo and Eu-
present and contributed largely to 'i was the Court The appllca- Whereupon the man said ; The Road Department '
rglnla Sewell Is the volunteer In coins and ocked In the glove Geneva was It won't be faula Leigh: Tapping the Blues repre y
the success of the shoot. I(' lion of Mrs. burning upt yours tentative said that the County ,
>er who Is so ably assisting of compartment. This compartmenthad Away-Merita and Patsy Strozer;
D. Child. the County Judge. long.
Dr. and Mrs. L. referred to was not responsible for the .
Wilhelmina Rasco. W P A straightest been cut open with a knife. The car's 'battery cable was Smllln' Thru-Mary Nell Tomlin. present r
Lake Kerr two of Mrs. Frances Flnley's application condition and was unable .to :
itles atlon leader in charge of the shooters In Florida were present Mr. Jascha and Mr. Futch are having been' approved for burned up. and Mr. Carden reported son; Swtngtlme Loree Bryan; cope with It; that the State Road
out at the camp. with boarding at tile Bradford House that although it was notII4IC4aa&Q' Jltterbu&-Jun. Clinton; Rhythm '
through her
usual came Children waa
and as aid to Dependent. Department badly. la debt: 'raw
''e boys' activities begin at 9 and Zippier, who Is said to be from the to use any hose or extinguisher. Clarence: Markham.
excellent scores. name was stricken pau- several and that Congressman LexGreen, ( .
morning when the flag: 18 W. P. Smith president of the from South Carolina was boardIng per roll. Mrs. Cora Stricklandwas It could\ have developed Peggy will also give had Informed him'llat there wad
'd<1 i and continue1' that at Lake Butler. into a serious fire, as numbers and she Is ,certain that '
till S M.
P. Starke Gun Club announces: allowed $' for one month will a ,bill now pending In Congress 1'
rit i is lowered. The with beads. of I other ear' were parked on both everyone In the audience en- r
program after consultation sad Joe Starling's allowance 1941." to appropriate $7,000.000 or $*.=
des, quiet and active games the Camp Blending recreation de- New Faces Booked made permanent. I sides of the Plymouth. And the Joy her "Dance Rhythms of 1 OOO.OO for Florida defense roads,

hours of hand-craft: one hour partment. It has been decided to .The' Board *approved'the trans fire chief stated that the City and that Congressman Green bad r

'7-telling and an 'hour oft change the date of the weekly For Arena Here fer .f IX 8. Bugg. WPA client would bear the expense of the Work StartedOn every hope that this bill wouldbe

1.1 Instruction. A hot meal is shoots from Thursdays: to Wednesdays Matchmaker George Romanoffhas from Duval to Bradford County. firemen Inasmuch as other property Sewell HomeWork passed at an early date.
' the children each day at In order to coincide with several new faces for James A. Gnann. having been was endangered ft

In the school cafeteria. All half-holiday In effect at the signed by Sheriff A. O. A t. week on
'>I-age the, the wrestling bouts at the Arena approved was begun l last Foot CrushedEarl
children are eligible military reservation. Saturday night. Joe DeValdo. drew and having a 'surety bond Meanest ThielAccording the new residence of W. B.

lttend and cordially invited I "From now on the traps of from Minneapolis and executed by the rw.l1ty.and Casualty Bewell president of the Florida Goodman, employe at ,
o hailing Manassa
so. I I the Starke Gun Club will be open Pierre De Clan from Nova I Co.'in the amount of $1,000 meanest thief to George Is the''one who Bank at Starke In the 50O blockon Torode's, In trying to get 'some '

to all shooters and visitor on both new in these the 'Board of County Commissioners the North Walnut street. auto parts from a truck that '
e Front 'of each week at S Scotia are him as deputy stole the Greek war relief money burned a few days Road
Added Wednesday De Glane has defeated alt approved Theatre recently. According: to Mr. Bewell. the : ago on '
m. Everyone Is cordially Invited parts and New York sheriff. from the flit: will be a seven-room 13 between Starke and, Lawtey f:
ul. p. in Boston box In a convenient : residence
*W. Koch la having R. H.Ie ," Mr. Smith ,says. coiners and Is said to be one of the fastest Because of the fact that Gov- He had put a cigar where patrons ,of I i bungalow with garage attached had two bones broken In his foot
contractors, put a had Instructed and ankle when the trailer
Holland felt
to appear In the ernor' and will Include: three bedroomsand r ,
blue mat-men also
who' were sympathizer
ClUed tile front on the Custodian recent Chairman W. M. Edwards and the theatre I baths. It will be completed on hw foot. '
' Drug Armory United States in yean. of the harrowed Greeks two
Store at the.corner bout will bring together other members of the Board of the latter part of June He was rushed to the Alachua ,
<& The coin as they entered I s
nd drop
been appointed might
Court i
Is streets. W. M. Edwards has Flash Gordon vs. Babe County Commissioners to attenda the theatre. Somebody took at a coat to exceed $ ,OOO. Mr. County Hospital In Gainesville

understood also that at a by the War Department Caddock in a one-hour match. Defense meeting in Jacksonville to a fewdollars SeweU stated where an X-ray was made and

arty date construction will as custodian of the Stark. Ar- Bill Ludwig ,will again appear at 2 P. M. the Board brokea the money-amountlnc broke the box In pieces, O. C. R. Stageberg Is the architect his leg put In a'east*. Mr.' C
1 -
contained there
0It an extension at the rear mory and an the property against a worthy' opponent. precedent and met at 8:30 A. threw it on the floor of the and the Trianon Corporation man wilt have to remain .
V drug store on Lex Green's therein. He will be placed start at 8:30 o'clock Sat- M. instead of meeting at the usual and Is the builder. for six weeks.I .
Matches theatre. I
rais and will have o.clock.r lobby T +
addition will take care under $1.000 bond night hour of 10
* P'fescriptlon' room. complete charge of the property. urday




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Tea' Bradford County Telegraph neutrality that still exists in the United EVERGREENBy Divorce Law And Jook Joints

States will "go out the window." .M... F. A. Howler
t Established 1877

.. .. --. -. -, .. --- ------- It has been perfectly plain for several Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Day and Among Problems Confronting
-- Legislate
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered M See- weeks that the Axis nations have been given children of Haines City spent ,

end Claws Matter at-the Pout Office at Stark, Via.'j plenty of to extend their war to include Easter here with Mrs. Day's par- -...,
excuse ents, Mr. and Mrs Thea Brannen. Last week saw the grandopening A number of old age pension have to be devised. A. ,
--- --- -- ----" -- ---- ------ the United States and that our Gov- Mr. and Mrs Joe Copeland of : In Tallahassee of the bills will be submitted to the In the budget for

AAEABEFLIWDAPRESS herewith i Florida Legislature upon which legislature, proposing payments Institutions and ecbopil
ernment hasn't backed down an inch on any- Jacksonville spent Sunday departlllentadd
B. E. Rosier and mother. rests the hopes and fears of tax- of from $40 to $60 per month to the problem, /

ASSOOAITON thing. We have taken over ships and given Mrs C. A. Prlngle and childrenand 'payers, businessmen, labor( aged and decreasing the age limit to of the new Parole and tile

rr-- \:) the Hitlerites to understand that they can'tI Mrs. J. 8. Sapp and children and destitute persons, bond hold- 60 years. Plans for raising the will have to be providedTrass.etions

3Ottooa4 7tO r e s bluff us. So what's the answer? Some I I of Sapp Station were visiting erg, motorists, and various and necessary money to provide these fur.

.. ,
--- -.-- ---- .o that is'the their mother, Mrs. J, S. Rosier, sundry other groups and Interests. pensions will Include a general Senator Tar
SUBSCRIPTION RATE people in Washington' say right I Sunday.Mr. The 1941 session faces) many transactions tax of three percent, Amos Lewis tl

Yearly} $1.73 Six Month $1.00-Payable In way to keep out of this war. When you ask and Mrs. Jensen Bran .en complex and troublesome problems a luxury tax on cigarettes, chew- Jackson County Is quote(, "

Advance. Advertliilng Rate on Application them why they will remind you that Hit- of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. ; some Inherited from the Ing gum, theatre tickets an Increase Ing that he will not only '

ler instructed his butchers in the very be- Herbert Norman of New River 1939 session and some which In the tax on betting at to sustain Governor Cow
have been born since that time. tracks the taking .
the race and of
and Mrs. Bill of Raiford the
BIBLE THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK ginning of the attacks on Czechoslovakiaand spent Sunday here Spears with their par- In makeup the present legislature over by the state of the odd-cents repeal of the rro.

the United States must not Is well balanced with ofgambling celpts tax but win
1 Bible Verses-John 21:15-17., Poland ents. Mr. and Mrs.-Thea Brannen. pretty break at the tracks a licensing bra
with 17 new and 21 old senators and establishments un d e r another bill Increasing .
to to actual and of
written in be given cause go war Mrs. Craig Glisson son th,
The New Testament was 62 representatives and 33 state Income
new state supervision, a from the
the State Farm spent Monday present one
he that
The -halta
two words for "love" Germany. reason gave was who served In 1939. The enthusiasm and
Greek. There are here with Miss Louise Rosier. tax, a tax on jook organs, percent to two

used in the above passage-"phiJo"'meaning the United States was the cause of German Russell and Herbert Redding I. of the newcomers, bal- any other kind of a tax propon- other groups In the percent r
anced by the experience of the think of to bring In state Ire"
defeat in the first World War. ents can
and which is visitors to Lake City Sun- openly advocating
"like" as a friend "agapao" were i veterans, achieve the whole- a tran ,
Isn't it reasonable to believe that Hit may money tax. and a treasure
the true word for "love." day.Mrs. 'some results hoped for by the Divorce and) ;Jooks of hunt for

Peter did not know the meaning: of ler is afraid of the United States and thatis W. J. Bell and children of I public; but there are many com- Florida's PO-day's residence di- sources revenue Is now J

Germans above all things Yellow Water were visiting Mrs.J. observers who are Only a few of the major J
the want petent predicting
"love" until after Christ had why vorce law, which has made this lems
"agapao or reviewed
S. Rosier recently.Mrs. : above
an extra session will be Ih01l]
of the Battle of Atlantic? state Mecca for
to keep us out the a unhappy tremendous
risen from the dead. Christ asked him of Jack- task faced
Maggie Forsyth necessary to afford time for Iron- by
mine for divorce
And isn't that quite likely to be the way the sonville IB a few weeks of the spouses and a gold ernor Holland and the 1
"Peter, do you LOVE me (agapeis) ? spending Ing out numerous con- lawyers, is slated for a 1941
United States will keep out"? here with her' mother, Mrs J. S. flicts which have arisen even before this -session. Another Wise leadership Jest
Peter responded "I LIKE you (philo). battering a effort must unite L"
Rosier.W. the seBBlon started and which
Again Jesus asked "Simon do you LOVEme visitor to domestic relations giving purpose If these problem
H. Morgan' wall a will arise during Its course.
wives with their husbands
equal rights
(agapeis) ?" and again Peter answered Nation has No Sympathy For Green Cove Springs Sunday. Plenty of Headache in property managementand be solved.

"I LIKE you (philo)." Seeing that the word Defense Project StrikersIt A brief glance at some of contractual transactions will NOTIrPI OF APPLIr4npt

"love" was not in Pet e r's vocabulary is significant that one of the greatest SAMPSON CITYBy these problems and conflicts show be proposed and bitterly debated. vnn \ IKInNOTICN7erISRCIEIOERY':: ;I \

of applause at the President's recent Mm. S. E. Jones how great a task is before this Jook joints will hold the spot- ;: !
Christ dropped down to his level and talkedin waves Vining, 9nCertificate
session. The allocation of the
light for a while through legislative of
No ,
terms with which he was familiar (as he speech before the White House Correspon- Miss Louise Varnes of Palatka seven-cents gas tax Is one of the proposals for their elimina- day ,of July A.17 D. "1930"--d M14

always does), and asked "Well do you dents' Association came when he said that la tives spending and friends this week here.with rela- major problems. Every county tion from the social scheme In- same application In my for office a ten and deed'hu. "

"Lord strikes cannot be tolerated. and community in the state Is creased licenses, and stricter con issued thereon. Maid ctnlt b,
LIKE-me (phileia) ? Peter replied unnecessary embraces the
Mr.: and Mrs. E. D. Jones( spent crying for more and better roads, trot The Lake County League In the follow-In d.property ..-
know all things-you know I LIKE The Washington newspapermen know In Wlldwood with Mr. Count 01 Bra
you you Sunday national defense groups are demanding of Municipalities la sponsoring a State of Florida, to-wit:
better than other to what extent and Mrs. Bob Thomas. NV of !''IE'% N or River
(philo). any group adequate highways, and bill which would prohibit all 13 Twp T S: R. 19 E.,
But after the resurrection of Jesus labor racketeering has been interfering with Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown were the State Road Board states thatit "jook joints" and liquor selling more or. leu. .*.
in Penney Farms on business needs more than 144 million outside of limits of ertyh unders then said J
the defense They know that the the corporate "rtifil?
from the dead the epistles of Peter program. "
Christ Monday. dollars to put our highways in the towns of Lake County. 1 sued wa In the name offi
abound in the use of the stronger purer total defense we are after can never be at- Mrs J. C. Sapp and Mrs Gil- proper( condition to meet the Legislators from South Florida Lumber Unless. Company said ocrtlfl.Ri. !

3 word for love "agapao." tained as long as a few unscrupulous labor Gainesville bert Brown were. visitors In needs of the state. will attempt again to have a property redeemed described according therein to I.,1-1 5 i

leaders seem to have no other ambition thanto Friday.Mr. Governor Holland has proposeda state hospital for the treatmentof .sold. to theHh"the"t. fc'w' &I pl
and Mrs. E. N. Kennedy
The Axis Is AfraidTo exploit the emergency to the limit. visited their daughter at Keystone nine-point program, the prince persona mentally 111 estab- day In the month on of the Juno fir"
lished In the southern central which I.
or the 2nd,
ipal Item of which gives the State day 01
Honest labor should keep this in mind. Heights Sunday. ) 1941 J
of the
Take Offense At SeizureThe part state. Similar proposals -
I '
Mrs. Herbert Prescott Is very Road Department four cents' instead Dated this 18th., day of I
The who delays defense through an have been made with- 1Ut
man before A J.
eizure I close to of the three it Th
s so sick In the Alachua County Hos- now receives OFFiriAL SEAL) ct.rk| |, of
home-of German Italian and Danish ships unjustified strike belongs in the same clas- pital in Gainesville.Mr. and gives the counties two out success.Increased Drivers' Fee cult Florida.Court of Bradford r

and sification as the war profiteer. Both are and Mrs. J. C. Sapp, Miss cents for the payment of road Two 4.11 't
brought prompt protests from Germany new proposed laws will be
Brown Warren and bridge bonds In the place of Hours, _
enemies of American security and safety in Margaret Dewey Introduced a f fe cting motorists.The o Lrr4ts
Government announced that FOR
Italy. Our own and Miss Hazel Samp spent Mon- the three cents they now 'recelve. T.IIF.F.D
world mad. first will Increase drivers' Bill 'II... ,...11
the seizures were "strictly legal" and the a gone day at Spring Lake on a fishing But the Association of County from NOTICEatIg. HEREBY G
licenses 50c to $1 for pri- That
L. A. Davis,
Axis wasn't even asked to agree with our trip.Mrs Commissioners is. bitterly oppos- vate operators. It has the sup- Certificate No 132. I.onpd tie el
W. H. Smith and Mrs. ing this proposed changed distribution day 01 August A. D. 19J,
Decisive Stage Of War' bu
position. As a matter of fact the time has ; Artford Brown were In Jackson claiming that such action port of the county judges and same In my office. and hu
Come Soon receipts will be used to pay the application for a tax deed. t I'
passed when the Government of the United May vllle last week. will bankrupt the counties and imiuod thereon Said see,
what these Hitler as usual moved "reluctantly"into necessitate the levying of unbear- judges 'more for issuing the license embrace the following d....
States gives a whoop about Increase the number of property teln the County of M
the Balkans for the "protection" of the (The following items were held able taxes upon county taxpayers. ford of Florida' to-wll t:
European war lords think or like. patrolmen and establish a state- SEW of !' 22
from Issue of April 11.) Bondholders desiring the best Twp
Naturally, actions speak louder than Balkan peoples against t h eI jt r "criminal over Mrs. Doc our Waren has returned possible security for their bonds,' wide radio system for police oV "M, containing' 40 Acres

" words and a good many Administrationand leaders." Also as usual he blamed the Bal- from the hospital with her little will also be active In shaping work.The second proposed law will erty The "assessment. of l the "lid

Congressional leaders in Washingtonadmit kan war on the British and "Jew war mongers son.Harold legislative action on gas tax legislation. require two motor vehicle inspections P.'IL. asrio.the name Ifs C
the week- .
Canady spent .
the truth of the daily charge that ." each year and the main- redeemed accordinnsflrolitC
end with his parents here. He Is The Brooking Report ,

the United States "is in the war," or "on Military experts think the German attending school at Grandln. The three major steps proposedby I tenance mechanical of every condition motor which vehicle,will in property?j to the described highest therein bidden l tn u,

the We loaded ships to steamroller will win some important initial Mrs. Altf6fd, Brown and Mrs. the Brooklngs Institution and courthouse door on the lint
way may convoy assure safe operation on the highways. day In- the month of June, I
England and other friendly countries inspite successes then will slow down as it hits J_ C. Sapp had a picnic on the which have the tacit approval of which la the Jun'
Dated "Jth-'fl.y
lake Tuesday. Governor Holland are certain to 01 A
of Germany's threats to destroy the tough going. In the meantime, Britishsea Mr. and Mrs. J. C Sapp at- be the subject of prolonged discussions But the biggest problem confronting 1941.{OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Tb

American ships carrying aid to the British. control is now practically unquestioned tended church at Pine Level Sun- The first recommendation general.the legislature With the is taxationIn general "County'Ierk ,'Florida.('Irc..lt' ; Court of 4-11.Orll,
Greece and other nations are also being fur- with a large part of the Italian fleet out day. proposes a n Independent, fund In the red, state ad valorem
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones were strict budget control of all funds
nished liberal aid from Washington, and if of action. The decisive stage of the war taxes abolished, and Governor
visitors to Starke Sunday. collected and disbursed. This is, Holland J. H. COURTMANCfil
Germany and Italy sink our ships the little may come soon.I. Mrs Herbert Prescott Is in the in substance, the "one pot treas- and many legislators Watch-Makrr
pledged to repeal the
hospital at Gainesville this week, ury" Idea advanced by Governor gross receipts -
tax, either new of BUY WITH
I sources CONFIDE:
people to trade at home but the Mrs. Myra Goodge was visiting Cone two years ago and which

W.: P. A. Praised For Speed fact remains that unless there is friends here Tuesday. never got beyond the incubation some revenue means will have of increasing to be found collections or- YOUR HOME AT JEWKUSl
I. a little civic loyalty among those Gilbert Brown was visiting stage. from
present sources will
who live here, and particularlythose friends and relatives in Lake This proposal would abolish the
In'Starting Recreation of us who .are In business, Butler last ek-end. system of continuing appropriations -

.- then we can't expect much from r:>.e"U' and earmarked revenue, : -T--
"""*" -
Widespread attention has been and the rafters of the pleasant the average person. HANDS Vr which the Brooklngs Institute aar.

attracted throughout the nation Legion Center echoed to the Let's try to do better in 1941. "Folk8," said the colored minister says Is "an outstanding: evil. It

with l ."the subject of my sermon tends to expand since the
by the speed with which the I cheerful laughter that goes Trade at home aa much, as ''pos- beneficiaries -
American Legion Recreation Cen- a light heart. dls ebenln' ts'"'Llars/ How many of more and more functions -
I sible. Make 1941 a banner year In ''de c6ngreg: 'tlon has done read seek to
ter was established In Starke In Immediately after the show a secure assured financing 1UIMFORDM'BAKMG
I for the local merchants who after the 69th of Matthew "
chapter ? to
,answer to an emergency call folk dance (Jenny Crack Corn) escape legislative con-
all pay taxes, support our schools, Nearly'every hand In the con- trol and to tap the
.undertaken by the Statewide Rec- participated in by all. Dueto general rev-
was support our churches, support gregation was raised Immediately enue found in of PJW.0ESI
reation Project of the W. P. A. the requests, another"Bingo" case shortage. .
many civic
every movement for civic "
High praise was' brought forth was held and a "Dat's right. said the preacher Sure to Bring Protests
game betterment and carry their share "You Is Just de folks I wants to But
because of the fact that within amonth's any proposed act to place flaeiwrw
time was had In unwrapping '
hilarious of burden for the of the TRY ft TOOAV
time the W P. A. has the unusual Drlzea. By progress preach to. Dere Is no 09th chapter this recommendation In our laws bdoers"

established a well-rounded and this time i -due to the late hour, community.-Cocoa Tribune. of Matthew."-The Messenger., of 1941 will be passed only over ion Ibl

1 completely coordinated recreation of "first call" the dead bodies of the "benetlclarles" end IenM
and the memory
Flag Raised ,
I center In Starke--a feat that nor- haunting them the soldiers joinedIn of earmarked funds For fwere4l

mally would require many months the song game "Good Night --- '- Instance, citrus growers are taxedon

of Intensive planning. In addi- Ladles" and left gaily for camp.It every box of fruit and such

tion to obtaining and equippingthe Is Walter V. Walsh grad- taxes are earmarked for use by RUPTURE collected

center, It was essential to uate of the London College of the Citrus Commission for advertising can

have capable recreatlonallsts. Music, staff pianist, who helps to purposes. They will
Consequently, each staff worker make these programs such a suc tell the legislators In no uncer- .

assigned to the center was se- rear Whether It be a request tain terms that they pay this tax

lected for his .or her special tor jitterbug a classic number f .e r h>c for that specific purpose and that rfrr

ability in some phase of recrea- It is Immediately forthcomingfrom f they do not intend to see his

tion.J.. Mr. Walsh.i'ATRONiZE ...., money spent for schools, old age
J. Nuttall, supervisor attributes 4"* pensions or for any purpose other
:''f'' "__. t"h....> than
the successful establlst- LO.\L MERCHANTS .f..tJ'F ; .. advertising citrus fruits

meat of the center on such short "" ...-t:..>.. .: ", .. .', '..J And this group Is only one of
.... ... ., ,
.... the
.JI. -
.... "beneficiaries"
.. many
notice to the cooperation of local .The Tribune has always be- ""' ...-I, '''''-- '''''''''''>'3'"I .. who will
y civic organizations and the expediting lieved In patronizing local Indus- -. .: .. "-'-. be heard from before such a let
.4 -'..< .I. .:.. ', us examine without
,, \ of his "puma units" of tries so far as possible. And has '- !t ,'- :> wgl ,, budget control act can become a you
versatile staff workers capable always preached the sermon of ,..,.:. -4 -'lore .e..e:,>,rir.n., .. ,_- Lt Snl"eC-_* __,..... law.The 'charge. Relief and comfort assured

1 of meeting the recreational needs at least trying to buy locally before l second Brooklngs proposals with
.. our sweat proof friction truss.
1' of the soldier when he leaves going elsewhere. t the "Equalization of property .

tamp' Let's.make 1941 banner J assessments, less compromise with
Programs are sponsored nightly for Cocoa's merchants by try- : failure delinquent taxes." penalties for [Koch Drug StoreSTARKE.

en the order of the following-an Ing first to buy from them. In ,''d' to pay In support of this
"... 1 proposal it says: "Equalization of FLA.
Impromptu amateur night, held that manner we believe that local :
; : assessments as between
.... counties
April 6: Young Des Hate of the Industries will enjoy a boom, and t and as between IIINWeIINIIWWWWNaNWW1YWWIMWWIMWWWIWNIIWNrNWWIe44WYWIWWIIWI W/aaWWMWW141MWIW/
133rd will be the satisfled. 'I divisions -
Infantry gave his arrangement everybody more .
of "God Bless America." '.: t. within a county should be SOc -O 50c
1 required by law to be made by
Bud Dantrlck, Omar Austin Jack If you go Into a store and ask I some appropriate state

Kelly. Rollin Crane (172nd In- for an article which they don't strative agency. Obviously admini MADAM LEONA
fantry quartette) pleased the have, then try some other store.If Ing officials and

boys with their rendition of "Dark that store does not have It officials or certain tax-dtopensing JUST ARRIVED

Town Strutters Ballthe obll- then judgment tells you to go taxpayers will not take groups of
kindly to
gatto parts being sung by Miss somewhere else to get what you the Idea of having a state Palmist and
Bonnie Parrlsh of the staff. Bernard want. Local merchants who don't In Tallahassee board Advisor *

Martin, of the 43rd Division stock .certain Items which you assessments made supervise In the Gives IUUnea,.dates and facts regs.rdlng'all affairs of UfI|

Signal Corps, sang "If I Had My : want will stock them If you ask divisions. their governmental ( love, marriage and business. Will tell your Innermost UK***

r Way" and "I Have a Date Witha them to, and If enough people will More State Control and desires. Causes speedy marriage re-unites the eel V"' _

Memory." A song and dance do the same thing aa you do. These fame how to better your business, get a position, settle lawsuit '
groups plus the
was given by "Gentile," an anonymous Cocoa stores can't carry the .. bondholders will scrutinize with estate troubles. lucky dayand lucky Cumbers.
guest.A stocks that ordinarily would serve a great deal of care any proposed For limited time only, 2.00 reading' for 50e xhl
highly appreciated contribution the public unless the public demands Top: General Persona and his staff salute Old Glory at the Flag i legislation to carry out the third this ad.

was a. whistling number by those stocks. Volume trading Raising ceremony at Camp Blanding on April 6. In the background step recommended by the Brook Rooms for white and colored. daily **.

Jimmy HaUrubeger of the Signal brings prices down to reason are part of the 33.000 soldiers who took part In the greatest military lags Institute which Is "State con- Readings

Corps. Miss Helen McGrath, for everyone mass formation ever seen In Florida. Lower picture shows the trol of the funded debt Sunday 9 till 9. F NfIJIII'I
youngest member of the staff led Perhaps we are fanatic about Flag being raised by Gen. Albert H. Blanding while thousand of and adjustment of clUe, 'dis EAST PALATKA Market.nT Look> 17-JS.for near Pata* SIP

ri the group In a community sing the matter of trying to get our spectators stand at attention. .tricts and other taxing agencies."
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FHampton "Speed.carried" The following programwas Monday the Ith day of day, A. D. ford State of Florida, to-wlt Is. R. UN., containing co At'r..1)r nIT No. 1124. unit 11** aU lurt !' :! ,

Happenings out: it'I.. further ordered that One A In NW Cur of SW 4 of more or less. la embraced under the 7th., day of A" xuf. USI and '.
thin SWV.. Seo.. 25 Twn. S 8. U. 21 1 of
Prayer Rev. A E. notice and order b. nubluhvd K. certificate No. 16.19.NWiA No. 113: Issued the 8nd., day '
Lightfoot of In Acre more or less In ..mb1'ac'dulld..r I In tI
the Bradford County Telegraph of NWi<, "las Twp. 7 July 1923. ha. filed name myoffice ,
Starke. newspaper published In said a certificate No. 41. S.! R. 22:! B., 40 Acre. more or ices, I and hall mad applicationfor
GET MORE DEEDS Devotional of Uradford County SE14 of SE\4 S"o.. 18 Twp. S 8, I ismbraced under certificate No. tax deed to bo ln.l thereon ':
Morrowmember Mrs. once em-h week .
w W. C. Carr. for It.
J\fJ1lo n. four cnnnecutlva week. .. 40 Acres, In embraced U ; r Said certificate respectively *m- 4,
y James McClosky. right-of-way Welcome. Mrs. C. A. Warren. WITNKSS my hand and official under Certificate No. 4S I VVU of I\W'4 & NW 4 of 8WH brace the following described propertle '

JWSIS PRODUCER expert from Lake City was here Recognition of visitors. Miss e this 2nd., day of April A. 1>. 8I2 i of I\W'i .5 N4! of SWU I 1'1..". S Twp. a S. K. ti !]., con- In the County of Bradford '"
\1. ; :L 1 Mao' 26 Txvp. t S. It.1 R. 1101 taming ISO Acre more or Inembraced Btat: of- Florida, to-wltt ,I

S TO lEJ.TP. : of this week to give legal advice to Lubedla Plnholster.! <(J>"FIC'I t' SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas Acre, more or less. I Is embraced under certificate No."ih. i i I SKVi of NW'4 "t 8R14 S.C!. 1* "f'

Wad0rth the persons assisting In securing "Speeding Up Work In The Clerk Circuit under Certificate No. 44. I All SW>i cot $W'/4 W of Hy.-I Twp.' 8 5. H. 11 K.. containing 18 I : to,
Farmersmeeting John J. llendemnn.t.E"'I. 1\:10:14 01 NELL 1'1"' ". SI Twit ? a A., Seo. 12 Twp. 8 H K. 23 H., Acre, more or less I* embraced 'I I
erlc8J\ Tul.pentlne M right-of-way deeds for the Hamp New River Association." Mrs. Solicitor for plaintiff.\ 4.4 4t 42SOIII 't. U 'E1., 40 Acres, more or< lees, ContalnlnsT 9 Acre,*, more or lens, under Certlflcat No. 1168. ,,',','1.
r e. In
clatlon cooperative ton-Camp Blanding Road. Mar Walter Green. president l Is embraced under Ceitlflcata No embraced under Certificate NO'1 I' SWVi nt NW'4 of 'NE4 "..t'I.' j S i ,U"1('

and 4rs. Sam .Ander shall Matchett and M. L. Harmony ofl I 49. 1602.The '! Twp. 6 S. R. 21 K. containIng 10 "' {, r
worth WednesdaY for Watterson Association. >Klt OP PVBLSCtTtO"4t'i'ICIi1 I'I'I 6 A In NW Cor of:; NWM! of NE'i assessment nf the said property Acres, more or lenS, I III embracedhOtter r.M
starke left have secured more deeds Special Music "List To TO Ai.i iatR W of Road NF.'.. of N\\'* cx S under said certificates No. 47(1 Certificate No. BUS. ," '!J
f meeting of the since last week. The The state of Fltirlda. to Alma 440 feet, .5 KV4 of NWU of NWUex 477. 44. 11139. 1547. 5sl( and isoiwere j i I: NW% of SWVi of NK i A NK',4: .:'(
fifth /Inl181 In Vale Many of the Voice. I I M. Douglas, whone residence I* unknown S 440 feet. A W4 of NWV of In. the nnm of I'nknown. '' of HUti of NWVt' Sec.. 16 Twp. 8 H. ,
elation to be held property owners are scattered Address by Rev. Light foot who : You are hereby notified NW" & will of SW' of NWN .5 l'nl"" cull Certificate ehall ber..d..d It. 21 K.: contalnlntt 20 acres, moreor :
that bill of accnrdlnw to law th"t"'l.p..rtt. .
I NW\4
complaint for divorce KH of SWVJ of ex N ISO' lens, I I. embraced under certificate k
Gs.Is draw throughout the United States and urged the W. M. U. not to I and due affidavit tor thl* order ft.. A SK'i of NW% ex N ISO ft. I,. described therein. will No. 967.Blk :O\,
years : will contacting these people takes take one In h..i been filed In the Circuit Court See 36, Twp B S. R. 21 Jo],. 138 to th* highest bidder at I II 80 Et. Lot S, LivIngston, '., r.\
i national speakers step retreat but II I of Bradford County, Florida In a Acre, more or J..n. I I.* embraced the (Courthmis dour >.n the first Truby *. CoOs Addition to Starke. "
of time and patience. For the to always go forward. cause wherein. .John K. Douglas Is under Certificate No. lilt. Monday In the month of May, 1941 In W',4\ of NB 4 tI"... 18 Twp. S .H.K. .

benefit of the very few skeptics Luncheon was served at the plaintiff and Alma M. DougIna .. L..ta 6, 4. 7. *, Ii. 10 of Blk 81. I which I. the Cth., day of !May, 1941. 31 M., U embraced under Cery.flcate ",:I
fls.issrs.'s noon. In the defendant and you are I.. T. Co' Addition to Starke Dated this 2nd, day of April A. No. 112?. Yo' I'
In Hampton we must remember The devotional opening the hereby required to appear In said 8..... 28 Twp. 6 S. K. S2 1'']., I* em. n. 1941.OFF1CIAT. Lots a, T of Rile *7, Livingston, ,\: ,
that the RIght-of-Way deeds for afternoon caui..i on the Sth day of May", mil. braced. under. Certificate No. 203. ( SEA!.) A. .f. Th..mn Truby Co'n Add. to Htark' In 'i''. I
loned. fifteen hundredbers session was led. by Mrs.L. Bradford County Telegraph I I. The anne.*metit of the nald. prop. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Wi4\ of NBVl' ft"... 18 Twp. M R. ,,; \ 'f
ore than the City of Hampton must come W. Enfield. neiilKnated a. the newnpnper In arty under said certificate. No. 43, County, Florida. 4-4 4t 4-25 U-ro.J.I I. embraced under Certificate : ;
will enjoy a chickenr from Tallahassee. These have Which thla order hall be pub- 43, 50 and 203 were In the No. 1114. : I
Pond Club and "Speeding Up Work Among llphed once a week for four coitaecutlve name 4.or'F n Morgan. OIIDKH OF PI '''.It' \TIOV tote I. 3. It 13 14 of Blk '11., i "'
at Ocean not yet been released and probably Our Young People." Mrs. C. week prior to said' 1'.- Unless said Certificate shall be .NOTIfW TOl>PKtll TJvlngnton Cn'* Additionto III
at Twin Lakes Beach will not come until the F. Hooker. turn date. Wltn.. my hand and redeemed according to "law the The State. of Kloi. '.lli to Myrtle !Stark' In Trui'i of NKW SaC tt I. 'i
flee final day's en- official neat at Starke, Florida. properties described therein will be :M. Pope., vthOH lenUlellCfi In Ki:. Twp. 6 M. K., In embraced I '
??? on the county stretch Is well under way. Reports ox all committees. this the 2nd., day of April. A. t>. sold to the highest bidder at the field 1 North Caroltnin You ar under Certificate No. 1&211. ;"
schedule. After -all automobiles and trucks 1941. (Courthoun dour cm the first Mon hereby notified that Mil of complaint WM. of BWV: See! 26 Twp., T a. I'', '
nment II Personal Service, Mrs. J. P. OFKICIAt, SEAL) A. J. Thomas day In the Month of May 11141, for divorce and due affi R. 23 1-:.. containing 10 Acre, I
CONTINUES still travel through Hampton and Wyrick. Clerk ('Ire" I I. Couit Bradford which I* the 6th., day of May davit for thin ordor has been filed more or less, in embraced underCertificate ''r .
PROJECT County "'lor""'". 4.4 41 4-21; I) 1911. A'I In. the Circuit Court of Bradford No. 182. ',.
could continue
to do
Housekeeping Aid project so for Mission Study Mrs. W. C. Carr. 'Dated. this lilt". day of April A. I H rails where The H..M....Bmont of th* salt prop. >()
of Mr. Mln- months to come. Stewardship. Mrs. W. E. Malone I-*. 1941. in o".e.tyJ.Jo;'r'i.'h i Mulntlff and arty under Certificate No. 161 was "
ir the direction 015 ii15: OK Pl'heir t'l104 lOFFlt'fAL. SEAT.) A. J. Thomnn Myrtle M. Pop In th* defendant, In the name of Unknownt Theassessment :'I
continues to give Mrs. O. D. Gay Mrs. M. L. Training School. Mrs. J. M. NOTICH TO AI'I>K\H Clerk Circuit Court of Bradford and you are hereby required toappear of the sail propertyuuiuler (
MarClony. of Bradley. The State of Florida to Onttn. Ctiunty" Florida. 4.4 4t 4-25 In said reuse on th. Sill Certificate No. Dnfl wa In \
ce with the home care Watterson and Mrs. J. W. Home Rrendemo, whose residence I I. un. 4 .. yo' May 1941 I Bradford the name of Ruby A. llayesi I The ':
now as- Publicity Mrs. F. J. Thomas. known: You are hereby notified Telegraph assessment. of Lbs said .j :
aides are TO County I I" designated a* prop".tl I
Five were business visitors in Gainesville WHO* ir M\Y roKiiv
Ick. that bill I of complaint for divorce th* ,In under said (Certificate 1tt.,: ,
include Orphans Home Mrs. T. B. Har TAKE NOTICB THAT .. newspaper whlfh tlili order .
and 1WS5 Ford
county and affidavit : 1127. 1134. and 1114 In the I, '
due for were ,
d to this Saturday.H. this order shall be published once, a week for )
Coupe Enln No. 17071.14.. bear.
ding. has been name' of Unknown The a..m.nt't' .,
Hampton; Mrs. filed In the 'f'Ircuit Court four convecutlvm weekn prior to \
Kate Minton B. Wiggins attended the of Bradford County,, Florida, In a Ing1941 Motor Vehicle Tar No. said. return tint. Witness of nnld .... CertificateNo. ;
Mrs. Margaret Fund Mrs. H. V. Ar- : 45-1065, with an appraised value my prap..rtfJund. '1.I I
He Murrhee, Starke; Easter Service In Rex near Haw. cause wherein I I.ula tlelle. Brondcmo of less than $1,000, wan nelied .litBradford hand and official' seal. at Mtarke, 183 .., of Brook. i'' \
Starke Mrs.ce wood. In the plaintiff and Onten Brendemo Florida, title Stub day of lyn Land Co. U
; March ,
Coleman. thorne. This Is the first time In ( 'o"nlYPOlorlda, March Unless ,)!
said Certificate shall b.rsd.u'nted
ry Is the defendant and you arehereby 1114' I. i
Sunbeam .
Mrs. L W. En.
Baby. 27. 1941 for ,
Mrs. belnauned In the .
Forsyth Starke; and 37 years that Mr. Wiggins has attended required. to appear. In "aid violation of Section 9 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas according to law theproperties :.,'" r
field. Chapter described therein' will ,1i '
cause on May 6th, 1D4I. Bradford Clerk Circuit
of Starke. Court, Bradford
,ha Grlffts also service at his boyhood The meeting was adjourned at County Telegraph la designated aa that 10301 It Laws I III the of Intention Florida of 1939 10. and W. County, Florldn. 3-38 4t 4-lti be sold to the highest bidder at \ .; fl
church. the newspaper In which this order the Courthouse door on the first > 'I; [
Only seven people were .
Dorothy Watterson 3 o'clock after a very Instructive hall be published once a week for Scarborough, Director;, M'T Bev- Monday In the Month of May. 4'
,IH f present in the extra large con- four consecutIve! weeks prior to crags Department of .NOTH'14 OK riM.ITIO 1941, which I t. the 8th., day of May.Dated t
daughter 0 Mayor o to nell the prop lOB TAX IlKIOI !
ear-old ( Maid return date. Witness hand tl.ut' 1141. \
day.We niv
who knew )
u_ _1\.f T.. Watterson. was gregation Mr. Wlg- the people of Brooker and official neal at Starke, Florida" dxacrlhed at nuullo, nale 4I'1..at.' Illll %... IsiS) this 2nd., day of April A. ,\ ,
.. In ,
... A' front of the 01lrtho"- Stark. IIKUKBY lIVEN I). 18.. t. '
thin the 211th day of March, A. 1>. Th.:10V.11r.: :
red W a birthday surpriseat arlns.Miss church Invite you to visit us ri.r.lda. at 10:00: A. M.. on May 5, ham. holder of IOKKICIAI. SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas \ : '

home Wednesday Claudia Brown entertained often. (OFFICIAL. SEAL,) A. J. Thomas Tax Certificate Numtiered respwv.tlvely Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ;lr t f

of I last her week. A small her friends Monday night at her ,. EASTER EGG HUNT Clerk Circuit Florida.Court, Bradford The Florida State reserves Beverage the Department right. to reJect of- : Sf), BBH, No 'U, No. 9R7, No Cniinty, Florida_4-4 4t 4-1S >>fu1. ;' ,

t home near Hampton. Games and County. 1-28" 4-1H any and all bid.
enjoyed games Mrs. V. V. Hazen entertained -
p of guests All persons claiming any right or
efreshments. refreshments were enjoyed. Friday afternoon ,with an egg I OIIIIKR OF.MIUCH P1'IIt.lVATIOV interest III or to ulil property or
Miss Ethel has TO .'. .,.. part thereof "
Durling returned A I. : any are hereby required
arold Brannon has returned to her home after visiting hunt for the little folk. The State of Florida' to Mary B. to appear and :make such.
with friends The guests: arrived about 3 Davldoon whose residence la un claim within thirty (30) (day
after a visit tier uncles, C. M. Dees of Plant known: You are hvreliy notified from the date nf the first publication .
o'clock and games were enjoyed hat bill of of thin notice for
State'Farm.r. complaint for divorceand ai provided
i City and F. M. Dees of Tampa.Mr. until time to find the eggs. due affidavit for thin order by Section 13, Chapter. 1D3AI 1nwnof

and Mrs. Eddie Truedale and Mrs. J. C. Wilcox are, hat been fll"d In the Circuit Court Florida, 1939 to the State Beveraite :
their home In Prizes were given to Earnest of Bradford County .. In a I Department. of Florida ntTallahannee i
making Jacksonville this week. Mr. 'Iorldab
low ,
Douglas Roswell Kelley Jack cacao wherein a"ldI. Flnrlda or all such
jpton. Mr. Truedale from Wilcox Southern engineer on the non In the plaintiff and Mary U. I rights and Interest in and to naldproperty .
taken over the Hazen and Shirley Nell Green 1 HVldnon In the defendant and you shall cease and terminate. -
has i
wood and
run between Hampton Camp .
for finding the most and the are hereby required to appear In .
I trick In the Seaboard June- Blanding. is suffering with an eye Hald cause on the 4th day of May. 'B. w. RCATinmiotrofT.( I
lucky eggs. IV 41. Bradford COlmty Telegraph. .
.Director State H vraite Department
has thus replaced
and .
tower, Infection. At present he Is in a After the eggs were found the In clenlo-nated an the n.WHH|>vr In of Florida Talluhannee. Flor
Fen-ell who has returned dark room at the George Wash- which this order shall be publishedonce ida. 4-4 fit 6-2
children were called to enjoy a a week for four ctmxeciitlvaweekn
ils former position In West ington Hotel taking treatment. tempting table of eggs pickles prior to nalil return duttt. TRUCKS

n Beach. prior to entering the hospital.Mr. Witness my hand and official, m>ult l\ TIIH ('lnC'I'IT ('OI'HT. KKillTIIJIIIU'IVI.
cookies crackers, and lemonade. Ktarke, 1<'101'1<1... thin the Dint fllK'lir IIK 'IUI- J1ORD .
rs. Av& Turner and Mrs. Mlnllarclony and Mrs. T. C. Chastain About 35 youngsters enjoyedthe tiny 1 of March, A. D. 1941.IIFF'ICIAL lllIV AM FOIt .U'.OIlIl

attended the Fourth and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chas. ( SHAD A. J. ThoninnClurk (01 vrv.
afternoon and expressed Circuit Court Bradford STREW
IV ( \"C'I'-"Y
erence of the Methodist taln motored to Bok Tower Sun- wishes for Easter to be celebratedmore County "'Iurld 3-28 41 418.NOTICH O. T. '%Wllnnn ON MMN

rch! In Waldo Sunday This day.The often. -vn-I'luintirr I No. 1180

i let includes Waldo Hampton Methodist Protracted MeetIng OF Al'Pl.invriOV Willie Mn AVIlnon, farms and on %
Campvllle. under the direction of the IS IIKKKHY: OIVBN Defendant.OllliKK town. and big jook yOU see

Ir. and< Mrs. J. J. Brannen Rev. Mr. Vancy of Waldo will Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and THAT Certificates Bunion numbered Kelly holder of Tax OF TO BKKVICHNOTK'Ifl AI'1'BAIl: Is VIU.A' wherever you Po'" 1>5chst ,
visited andD. of in the daughter, Shirley Nell. and Mrs. : 400 respectively, Tim STATE OF. FI.DIUDA) : I the highways There arC oj ""1olh.
son, R. A., Mr. open a series meetings i'J7. 3113. and 403 lashed the2nd. Ad. wok. Ir"AI
TO Willie Mae WIIHUII. who at :1)4'S .
W. H. HInton were visitors In ., day of September A. D. 1936 TruC8 zaIgJ0b5
D. Brannen and :Miss Hampton Methodist Church be- has filed name In my office mid I dress In. 12014 North Cedar "'Street rord she ".1110'''' 4

Ie line Brannen In Lakeland ginning Monday night after the Jasper Sunday.Mrs. ban made application for tax d.ed Charlotte North Carolina. work on wanta ,
It In ordnrnd that
V. V. Hazen and children to be issued thereon. hereby ymi flSabeF owners '
of fourth Is Invited are required to the Sib ., Truck
Jay. Billy Brannen. son Sunday. Everyone Said certificate. appear on wby. -
Jimmy and Marcia Kay. were respectively embrace day of May A. D. U4L before the definite t5SOfl' and depcpdabi1
and Mrs. D. D. Brannen to attend. the foilowlng.iee.riiel l propertle above entitled. court tn the bill of There are 5tformancS .
and Mrs. Woodrow I In the i of Bradford.Stat. want SCOom7
Mr. County ,
e i back with his grandparents The Rev. C. A. Warren of Linda entitled and "Itratl.ford Trucki conth'\lel
will with and Davis and young daughter. Lot 1 Hlk 1, City 1-ark !BID' wi caunei ford and
spend some time Alachua, will have morning County Telegraph" I I. hereby that flrse COle
Kay. .at Santa Fe Monday.The A C'. Add'n to Htarke.. Section1' 28 I ty with 1O"t\f CO COs' ID
n. evening services In the Hampton Twp. 6 South, It. 22 K., In em- designated as the newspaper tbat starta .lDalntcna
and law .
which this order shall he published
here busy
farmers are
very ; .
lisa Joyce Beal has returned Baptist Church on his regular braced under Certificate No. 397.Lot week for four consecutive low opcratlnl fIIII.,1
gathering their English peas. So 4 Hlk 8, City Hark HID W AT once a with. S tI/ulI !b'1 Main ,
ar home here after a 10-day third Sunday.Mr. ( Add'n to Starke Section >H week ford Trucks they B" on ,

i with her mother, Mrs.: Grace and Mrs. W. C. Kammerer far the prices are fair. Twp. B 8. R. ZN': In embracedunder WITNESS my hand and the neal /' wooder ford Trocki 5fS a. POr:1ar: eo belr 1 jt
Mr., 'and Mrs. Marvin Hazenof certificate ; 3D8. of thin court at Mtarke, Florida DO And .
1. returned Saturday to Philadelphia Lote 1..11. 7 Hlk 8 City Park SID! thin 28th., day of March A. 1>. Broadwayl tob. Sc' JPu.r

tr. and Mrs. J.E. Adkins had Pa., after spending the winter Starke. and Mr. and Mrs. Pur W A C'. Add'n to Stark Section U41. Streee a. on t7 them on you.r
vis Hazen and baby of Hampton I* Twp. II S. H. 22 .:., are embraced (OFFICIAL SEAL.) A. -J. Thomas. j
their guest last week their with Mr. and Mrs. Claude under Certificate No. 400. Clerk of the Circuit Court. popularitY today'I
Lake were dinner guests of Mr. W J C. Durranc. Jacksonville Fin. V_ Deat.r
liter, Mrs. Grace Beal. : Lot 4 Blk 8, City Park HID| ford
May.H. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen Sunday.Mr. A C'* Add'n to Stark Suction 28 1'lalntlff Attorney. 4-4 4t 485o'rieIl
Jr. and Mrs. C. VanAllstlne B. Wiggins, acting post Twp. 8 S. R. 22 K., In embraced v
and Mrs. Larson Mints of under. Certificate No. 403. TRUCKS
grandchildren, Florence andy master attended the special % OK APPLICATION
visiting relatives The annenmnent of the said property
were roll TAX I>KKI;
were business visitors In County Commissioners meeting In under certificate. No. 397 wan (*..... It III M... ISIS> fORD
ville this week. Starke Monday night, In behalfof here Sunday.Mrs. In .the name of Unknown; the ..- NOTICH lit, IIKItlCHV lIVEN ;
T. W. Markey Is spendinga .".. .m.nt of the said property That Eugene Ferguson. holder of : CA'IS
raid Adkins was a businessor the. County Health Unit.' He under certificate no. 898 wa In Tax Certificate No. I8R, Innued the in
In few days with her sister Mrs. the name of Mm. K.: H. Smith: the 7th. A. D. 193 COMMEltCIAL
Jacksonville last week. was to report that the assessment of the said' property t1rdo September atof *WD 0" oaD AND ,
Grace Duke. at Dukes. nan same In. my office .*.
rs. Gerald Adkins and daugh- Program has been adopted by the tinder certificate No. 400 wa In ha. made application for a tax COMPAHY .uILD CAas. f4

. Betty Jean Helen and, Lou- County Commissioners and that Mr. .and Mrs. Morgan Tilghman the name of T. R. Young; The an- I deed. to be ... thereon. Saidcertificate r- poD M010. totD '7lUXL CoMliA"CIAL ausal
easement of the said
property CAtS.
and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keeneof embrace th following cb M.cut" ''ltAN"1
have returned to their home we will soon realize some benefits under certificate No. 403 wa In the dencrlhed property In the County "AOOtIS AND
tampion KIngsley Lake were visiting name of Unknown. of Bradford "State' of Florida. to- '1A'ItOM "'
after a two week'sW1th from" this very Importantunit. -iI\K!
ITnlenn said Certificate" hall be
I relatives here lover the week-end. -:: :
friends and ''relatives ,. redeemed areording' to law the wit&"Os T.ot of Land 14t feet Bq., I
properties dencrlbed thevin will be In SB' ; Cor. of NWV of SEVi Hec.
ndee. Winter Haven. Lake- Mrs. J. T. Guy left Wednesdayfor
sold to the highest bidder at the
'I. 32 Twp. 6 S. K. 22 a. -
, and Tampa. a month's visit In Boynton. Western Auto MovesThe f'ourthonne door on the first Mon The assessment of the said property .
day In the Month of May 154*, under the said' certificate issued
--- Western Auto Store quietly which I I. the 6th., day.vi May was In the name of Ureen ; I -

Brooker Brevitiesin I moved from its old quarters at 1141.I>' tlld this 20th., day of MarchA. Hamilton.Unless. said certificate shall hft : kltIf -

Call and Walnut and was open I). 141.OFFICIAL. redeemed according to law the T II
" SEAL, A.
( ) J. Thomas described therein will be
for business last week In i t ariev Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford sold property to the highest. bidder, at thecourthouse I r

Hy Mrs. L. L. Parker our community will see it and building at the Intersectionof County Florida.. 1-28 4t 4-18 door on the first Monday -- ,, .
In the month of May 1941.
,"ING Join them before the year's work I Call Street and Temple NOTU' 0V APPLletTlO'" which I I. the Mn., day oi May .

CLUB MEETS Is over.; Avenue. FOR TAX ft.:.:.. 1941. 1JL_ ,
'he Ladles Sewing Club held (Hrnate Illll "I... Illll: ) I Dated this 29th.. day of March,
They plan to meet once a NOTICE 114 IIKHKHY CJIVEN, 1941.ti"Fl'IAL..
regular semi-monthly meeting That: Modena Byrd holder' of Tax ; SEAM A. J. Thomas I _
month and all Intermediates are Gainesville DelegationHalf Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford
II 8 at the Certificate No. 101, issued the 5th I
home '
of Mrs. T.
day of July A. I). 1925. ban filed I County Florida. 44 4t 4-25: tntr 4.iL
Markey.'ollowlng. asked to attend these meetings. a dozen of Gainesville's name In my office and has mad. I -

" Martha Lee Rime was elected leading citizens met the Boardof application. for a tax deed to lie I >o'ru'I4' OP .I'vtlCtwlovFoil I. _._ _
the business meet. lashed thereon. Said certificate I TAX IIKKII: .. '
IL president and Martha Evelyn County Commissioner. April 7 embrace the following deacrlbedproperty (Men*l. $$Iii Nn. 1113)NTl'lc
oclal hour of was In the Cnunty of Brad
sewing :
Blan- 18 HEREBY lIVEN '
of the ;
In the interests ,
yed. after Markey Secretary' and Treasurer. ford t."tt8""I''fldE: to-wlt : That Mike Marura holder nf Tax ,
which refreshments ding-Hampton road.' They discussed W of SWU (rtlfl.-ate Ni. 473. Issued the fith 1. :
1 They have selected from their of SW1.4 Sec ft Twp. 0 5. II. 22 _
served of the projeCt day of September A. I> 1932 hawfiled c !
by the hostesses.T. the Importance containing 1 Acre, more lenn. name In my office and' has I II'

W. Markey Mrs. W.' H. Bible this example to follow and what was expected of 'The assessment of the ..d'r property mad application for a tax deed to r :i iT I I"i
under the HAlrl certificate In : '
be Innued thereon, Halrl certificate
on and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. (Matthew 7-12)-"Therefore) all the county In respect to right-of- ,,,..,d wa In the name of Calvin embrace the follnwlntr, described t ;

"le things whatsoever ye would that way, fencing and removing of Byrd. Bald .certificate b. f r.erJrath"FI County of Brad '} I
next meeting will be helde inlenn; hall ,, to-wltt '
should do to do evens buildings and pledged their cooperation deemed. acrordlnit to law the _:::; : ft"
""i men you ye Lute 7, 8, 9. 10 In Kverley Add L. ,
home of Mrs. J. K. Doug- M.I III to the highest bidder at the 22 K. i
Tuesday afternoon April 22. Starke In these important mat. court house door "n the first Mnn : ;' 1
SURPRISE PARTYA day. In the month of May UU.whl..h The assessment of the call prop. I'i i :'
TKR: SERVICES'ap&e ters. I I. the 6th.. day.oi May erty under th<* said certificate Issued ; ttth '
surprise birthday party was wan In the name of Herbert

number of people attn given for Lucile HInton Wednesday ..OTU"Jo1 TO DEYIC)4Tiv 1941.Hated this 21 lt., day of March. w" Diu.n_' /' !
"'"\ TMM t'.n"T roiicr OK THH 1I::. Unless sail certificate shall bo tl\\
Easter services at the night at the home of Agnes F.tnuvH ..I It'f'a I. tnuilTAM I'\I (OFFICIAL. anAL' ) A. J, Thomas redeemed according to law. the ( 9 _ 4 ; 1' r
"t Church here FOR nHAnroiu* C0t.4TY. Clerk Circuit Court of Bradford property described therein .will lie I Ii'(1
of '
Sunday. Rimes in honor of her seven .....OH...,. IV ('IItEftY. County. Florida. 1-38 4t 4-18 sold to the highest bidder at the _________ j I 1.1'0! ,
'IRter music waa featured by teenth birthday. Woodrow W. Ooude, courthouse door on the tint Mon C ( 'I
Plaintiff. day In the month of May. 1941 / S ,
choir _
I and the Intermediate After many pleasant! games .vu.loroth7- OKIIKIt OF PL'Bf.trATlOV.VOTItK which I I. the 6th., day of May, ,-, .: I
with Miss Thlbodeaux Goud, TO APPKAH 1941. 33.S
Hazen at were enjoyed. delicious refresh- The of Florida \
Piano. State to Evelyn Dated this 2nd day of April "
ments of Iced tea and cake were IN THH0NAMBBtor: TUB STATE Stlewet. whose residence la tin 1941. : ,, I\
'e morning OK FI HUOA. ORKETINOS' : known: You are h.reby notified OFFICIAL,, MEAL) A. J. Thomas
services -
'Clock began at served. TO: Dorothy Thlbodeaux Qoud, I I that bill of complaint for divorce Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford ;
with the Rev. C. A. Lucile received many beautifuland whose residence la unknown. and due affidavit for this. order County Florida. 4.4 4t 4.23o'rl'B :(t.. ,
"en pa tor. who You are hereby required to appear ha* been filed In the Circuit Court -
r brought the useful presents. to the bill of complaint filed of Bradford County Florida. In a 0. PPI.ICTIOVFOIl I !t '
message. before I cause wherein John W. Htletrel I III
herein' analnst you on or
T%'It flKKIIrnnl :
: three o'clock In the after- Thoseenjoying the evening the Rule Day In May the same the plaintiff and Evelyn: &tlelIn ; ,.. Illll ...... ISIS: ; H
the with Miss HInton were: beln* May 5th. A. It. 1941. I II I the defendant and you are hereby IIKIIKBY lIVEN
Sunday School enjoyed I It In further ordered that this I required to appear. In said cause ThOVCI-:: Alderman; holder: of j rj .';
gg Lorraine I each, week on the 6th day 0 f May 1941. Bradford
hunt after which Howard Douglas order be published once Tax Certificate Numbered. respectively '
eggs Telerraph' I I" ,
In County designated
"s. Lucile Melvin R. C. for four conaecutlve weekB the j No. 47*. No. 477. 484. No. ''::1,
crackers Thomas. the In which '
and lemonade Bradford County Telegraph a newspaper newnpaper 1 389. No. 1S47. No HIS a.4 No.:
erv d. Howard. Martha Lee Rlmea L. of general circulation pub- I this order hall 'be published once 1103. All Issued the 7th day of
ilnhed In said County of Bradford a week' for four oen..Mrutlve week /
u Blllie August. 1933. lisa filed same In
are invited to attend Sun- C. Kelley. Hazel Crosby WITNKMH my hand and official I prior to said return date. Wltnen my uffto and has) mad a plIra. 'I
School Sunday Crosby. Phyllis Hazen Dean Hln- .....1 l this tad., day of April. A. I.). my hand and official al at tlon for tax deed to b* Issued. :; ,
morning at I 1941. Starke. Florida, thin 18th day of thereon.
ClOck ton. Martha HInton. Martha (()VFI'Ur. SEAL) A. J. Thomatlerk March 1941.OFFICIAl. Said certificate respectively. embrace '
Austin Kelley : Circuit Court. ( > HEAT.T A. J. Thomas r '
I Evelyn Markey the following rtescrlbeil propcr11.5
ShINE John J. Henderson. Esq. Clerk Circuit C. tart. Bradford In the County of Bradford I, I
Ie SCATTEREBS Junior Hinton. Eva Faye Galney Solicitor fur plaintiff. 4.4 4t 4.25I. County i'lurlda. ,. 8-28 4t 4.18of Slat of Florida to-wlr: ;

in r mediate Sunday Willie Mae Clemon. Pasco Mott, N E'i of NWtof .:(0:14 "..". 1(1(
1 LaM with Mrs. Wethering- ... TIIK rincriT roi nr iv AI) NOT'C"'Jo1 tppi.irTiov Twp. f H. It. :31 K.. containing InAcren 4 / .w
H. H. Rimes Ralph
.rt Agnes FOR HKAIlr'OIIK C n f :V T Vvi.oniot. FOIl T S *: ttV.Knlr more or I..... Is embraced :
b V teacher. has organized ton. Perry Galney. Ovid Lewis. iv ('II' "C."W'. .mt. Illll 1.. IC1NOTICH > under Certificate tin, 41,,8. I IN _
have Chosen 'Alvin Howard. Minnie John.tnne Smith IK HKHKHV DIVRN* : <4 of "'F.'. of NK'V: "' .e. 18 Twp. .
ihlne the name Talmadge Kelley. Plaintiff. That. 1L C. Kdv.ar Scattners," Thdr.alm -vi- I I Certificate.* Numbered respectively more or lean tn embraced under
8Catter SUnshine RobW.. Bmlth, No. 42. No. 43. No. 44. No. 45. N" Certificates No. 477.HV .
.IUng at all times BAPTIST CHURCH Defendant.IX 89>> and No. 20*. all Innued the 2nd. of HWH of NWH N'4 of
sick member.. seeking 8CFJVE OF RALLY TUB NAMK OF THP3 STATE day of Auirunt 1937. ha a filed NWVJ of MWVi Sec.! IT Twp. 7 H. J. W. Andrews
invIting new W. M. U. OP FI>mlDA. OREETINOi: same In my office and has mad It. 21 K.. eontalnln 40 Acres, more Jr
SUnday members to i The New River TO: Robert W. HnUth. ,wbuie reeldenr application for tax deed 10 be Inued or less. I* embraced. under Certificate ,
School class, to Quarterly Rally met with the I I. unknown.You thereon. No. 44.K ,
In chrUtlanlty are hereby required) to appear Said certificate* respectively em- ,.4 of K" of 18)114< Also known
ahlne and let, their Brooker Baptist Church Friday. to the bill of complaint filed brce the following described a. Hampton I'ark. Manor -Blk. I to Starke Florida

io every intermediate i, April 11. using as the subject. herein a.alnat you on or before propertle. In the County of Brad. 27 UclulvA.- See 23 Twp. 7 ,



Y 1 161941

.. *tlr itti' .


\# Ave.) by the amoosement park Jack Dempsey Honored Three Circles of W.- S. C. S. sale to be iIpOn'ored by
At Late Supper Met Last Week One. Mrs. I. p. Shepherd

Add Interestln newcomers: Cot In Ill-Hat Blue Room erlntendent of mission'noimced ,
i Mrs. A. Wood was hostess to ; atudJ

' rfq, ; Foster-Lambo, Marriage of Miss Flume Sullivan.Lambe nella Campbell, blonde and prettyhusband's Jack Dempsey was the honor Circle Number One of the Women's that the new book'!
( captain-
a young gerous
of Christian Service Opportunities WT
M. Pat Foster and Miss Patricia And Mr. Colson Miss Dorothy Lambe, daughterof medico at Blanding) Live in guest at a midnight supper in Monday Society April 7th and her home i studied next week ,,

''- r Lamb were married Sunday Miss Clara Flume, only daughter Mr, and Mrs. James Lambe Hart's house Maude Geary the Blue Room of the Hi-Hat was decorated with a variety of Wednesday and on -jv

' -afternoon at 4:45: o'clock at the of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume, of Starke and Lonnie Sullivan, brunet, and one of those rare tavern given by Louis Shafkln : Spring flowers for this pleasant noons, at 3:30 Thursday Vl:
residence of Judge J. R. Town7.1 and Resale A. Colson, son of Mr I souls who wear bangs becomingly) wrestling occasion. : o'clock,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sullivan ) i proprietor followingthe/ I
She stays at Myrwln Long'sSeeln' church. Each
Bend in Lake Butler Judge Town- and Mrs. G. B. Colson of Broofcer matches at the Starke Arena The circle chairman, Mrs. Titus chapter i of the
i of Mayo, were united in I i will be
Bend performing the ceremony.The were quietly married Friday evening last Saturday night In addition Olson, conducted the business session reviewed by member
11. at 7:30 o'clock at marriage at 11:45: o'clock Satur- Myrtlce Carpenter's new the society !
bride came with her, parents April to Dempsey Mr. Shafkln's guests and plans were made to havea and an mta
! Mr and Mrs. James Lamb the Baptist pastorium, in the day_ night In the Presbyterian kitchen almos makes me wanta Included officials of the City of "rummage sale," In which all extended to all Interested ,111
1' turn domestic All and
of few Intimate yellow sions.
from the province of New Brunswick presence a Manse with the Rev. C. H. Allenperfoimlng Starke other prominent citizens, society members will combine

Canada, in 1924 and has friends. The ceremony was performed the ring red with one green wall for and Cot and Mrs. R. H. Kelley their efforts. The money raised Mrs. E. S. Matthew
by the Rev. A':. E.:' Light- ceremony. variety Red bows tyln' back III .
the circle
been for the 13 an of to
paat years Camp Blanding. by this project will be used for meet at
of The bride wore a becoming out- yellow curtains Sa dream
foot, the First Baptist
pastor _
employe at Sternberg'n. At present Jr. at the on the first Monday ..t!
church. fit of navy blue and white with |. .' Mayor N. D. Walnwright, Improvements parsonage.The *
ahe U employed at the Starke of acted a m master-of-ceremonles, '- program was opened with During the social
which ahe wore a corsage period
The bride a brunette It's t
charming Don't
Dry Cleaners and Laundry. suppose possible lie He Me hostess Mrs. Long, ,
roses and sweet and the title of "honorary mayor"was hymn Keeps Singing, served
was attired In a spectator sports peas. I'm mixed. on'
!. up my 'Ing
; light
I Mr. Foster Is from Efflngham conferred upon Dempsey by after'which Mrs. Frank Colloy refreshments
suit of blue silk with Among; the intimate friends at- with\
navy crepe, Is June! .
really Judgingby
111., and haw been with Koch's W. M. Edwards, chairman of the read the story of the hymn., :Mrs. tea.
. white accessories, and her flow tending the ceremony war :Miss the number of mergers las
Drug Store for the past three City Council. i Wood read from the 53rd chapter i Circle
ers were orchid-colored asters and Lillian Sternberg. Wallle Stewart, week one would almost think so : Three
weeks He was for seven and a of Isaiah and
..i helpful comments -
sweetpeaa. She was graduatedfrom Miss Maxine Noegel. Miss Pat Clara Flume and Resale Col- Th& famed ex-heavyweight gave Mrs D. P. Carpenter
/ y"a half a flyer with the Eastern the, with Was
lenson, closing
years on
his the Bradford County high Lambe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur eon Novls: Sapp and Robert champion graciously gave count- ess to Circle Three, at her
aw Air Lines and nan papers "The Jew In
4I school In the class of 1939 and Roper George Holstein, and Abe Ward Dolly Lambe and Lon- less autographs, mingled with the prayer. China an on Washington Avenue,
ready to join Royal Canadian article in the World Outlook, was I\'bl
was of the most Surasky. crowd, and made a short speech was made
one popular nie Sullivan.. Pat Lambe and more
; Air Force an a first class read Mrs. E. K. "I
/ by. Perryman;
members of the class. For the In which he urged citizens of roses and
,. Warrant Officer (first lieutenant Mias Lambe has been for four Pat Foster What a coincidence seasonal fio,
Here" read Miss
Belong was by
l past year she has been secretary years an employe of Steinberg's -the Lambe sisters embark Starke to "forgive and forget"the In the absence of Mrs. t.
) Kate Struth and Mrs. Wood told
faults of the soldier In ;
to E. L. Williams, principal of store while Mr. Sullivan for- ing on the well-known sea so boys Vinlng circle chairman, the
Mr. and> Mrs. Foster will live of the Scandinavian missions carries -
" a"d the B. H. S. merly of Mayo is employed at close together Pat Lambe our midst, many of whom "are Ing was presided over by In j!
at the residence of the brlde'sparentI on in India. At the closeof
home for the first
Mr. Colson was also graduated Register's Garage. They will J says she didn't think she would away from I T. Long who opened the *rrd
street at the the hostess nerved
t on Lafayette from the B. H. S. In the class make their home in Starke and but, she did! .. time. meeting with prayer and Mrs. J. R, \\It v
hot tea hot rolls and cookies.
tt ,
c present. of 1932.: He Is in the grocery will occupy an apartment at the Easter Parade this year was After dinner speeches were Circle No. Two wright led the devotions v

Ward-Sapp business with his father In home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. too dazzlin 'even for an experienced made by Col.. Kelley and by Cir Mrs.. F. H. entertained N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,

Brooker where the young couple Thomas on Cherry St. observer like I'm cuit Judge A. Z. Adkins. I Circle Two at Long her home on N. 1 interesting review of the 1

Robert Ward and Miss Novls will reside. Glad to see most paraders stick- I At midnight, a delicious sup- Walnut St. In the absence of tion in Finland at the p *

',{ $t Sapp were married at 10 o'clock Immediately after the wedding W. S. C. S. To Meet in to good old American fashions per of Southern fried chicken, the circle chairman Mrs. A. Z. time.
Sunday morning at the home of ceremony, the young couple left avoid under the After
In' the freakish and prepared expert supervision Adkins! the adjournment Mrs
t-i the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. for a honeymoon, trip to Miami The Woman's Society of Christian blzaare ... ,If you ask me > of Joe Rlker manager of by, Miss meeting Amelia was Ray presidedover who penter served her guest wl

E. A. Sapp near Starke. The and Key West.Memorial Service will meet Monday Clothes by Madam Schalperelli the Hi-Hat, was served. opened the with the delicious light refreshments

j Rev. C. C. Butler Chrlstaln minister afternoon, April 21, at 3:30: o'- Often look, to me like belli I Assisting Mr. Shafkln In carIng hymn Rock program of Ages. Mrs. J
L" 1 of New River, performed Day Exercise clock at the Methodist church But of course you didn't ask for his guests were his asso W: White led the devotional service W, M. S. Circle No. 2

F the ceremony. Memorial Day exercises will for the program and business me So I'll sign' off right clate'Alan Roth, and Irvin Hugel, using Bible readings suitable

The bride was graduated last be held Sunday afternoon April meeting. now ',ore we get !In an argu- Also attending the supper were to Good Friday and bringing out Circle N. 2 of the BapUjti
month from B. H. S. ment M., S. was
Mr. and Mrs. A. of New entertained In
27, at 4 o'clock at Crosby Cern thoughts on the death and resurrection t
Mr. Ward son of Mr. and Mrs Baptist W. M. S.The Church last
etery. Members of So long York who are guests of Mr. of Christ. annex week by It
bWJT Calvin Ward, Is manager of William !- W. T. Shaft In. Geo. B Flynn.
Weeks Chapter, United Daughtersof business and Carolyn. An article from the World Outlook :
Sapp's Grocery Store In program
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Ward the Confederacy are arrangingan meeting of the Baptist W. M. S. ,.entitled "Methodism and Be- Mrs. W. B. Alexander IMC,
unusually fine Wisehart-Gilman Marriage Attend Division Meet leagured Brltlan" was read presided over the business nx,
It left Sunday for a wedding trip program which will be held Monday afternoon at by
to Silver Springs Plant City and will appear in the next Issue of 3 o'clock at the church. Circle Event of SaturdayMiss. Miss Ray, who was followed by Ing and Mrs. W. A. Feeler \
the Telegrapht Attending the Divisional meet- Mrs. L. A. Davis the devotional. Mrs, L U II
Mo. 2 reviewing
7i+ L Tampa.___ ,_ ..They.__,__ will make their will be in Charge. .Joyce; Gilman became the Ing of the Baptist., W. M. U. at ',Behalf of China...' gan led In prayer.

Home in ;ovarjte.;: -- --- - -- -- bride of Lt. George A Wisehart Newberry recently! were ,Mrs. A. During the business meeting After the business session, J

M. Darby Mrs. H.,,L*.Brownlee, Miss Olive Ray freshments of ice cj
Saturday evening at 7 o'clock at transacted her cream and
Baptism .. Carolyn CalIstreet the home of Lt. and Mrs. George Mrs. T. K. McCIane Jr., Mrs. H. duties as secretary and Mrs. I. P. were served.

Saint Mark's Church was the --- --------------- Martelle. ,The Rev. A. E. Light- A. Lawson Mrs. R. A. Newsom. Shepherd loked after the finances The next meeting will be frl
---- Mrs.
---------- --- J. H. Lord, Mrs. W. A.
scene of the baptismal .service for -- foot, pastor of the Baptist Church of the circle. Plans were with Mrs. A. M. Richards at :1

two infants on the regular Easter Dear C-Streeters( thing Red was there and didn'tmind officiated In a candle-light cere Bonham Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs made to assist In the rummage State Farm.
Jus' can't wait to tell you 'bout ) Decorations of brl- S. E. Sparks and Mrs. R. A, .
Even Service. The six weeks old Another Red (Kerce) mony. were ... --- --
I daughter Leila Alesca, of Mr. and the gay doings In the Blue Room get tin' a brand new camera inscribed dlewreath, wistaria and palm. Thomas. --- --------------

{'>. Mrs. Roswell Noegel and John of the Hi-Hat las' Sattlday night with the famous Dempsey The bride wore white chiffon P. O. Box 721 Estimates Furnished

4 Charles Jones one year old, were Mine host Lou Shafkln autograph Gertrude Beas- over satin, with a chiffon finger- Lyndonville Vt., and Is a gradu-
+ '% received into really outdid himself, and the ley look In' attractive ate of Lyndon Institute and at-
i, the church by baptism. as ever in tip veil attached to lace Juliet
i 4& The Rev. Fred Yerkea Jr. honor guest (no doubt you've big blue hat Judge Adkins cap. She carried a bouquet of tended the University Vermont. STARKE
performed the Episcopal service heard by now) was Jack Dempsey provln' once more that fried white carnations. Lt. George The groom, who la In the 172nd PLUMBING CO.A. .

.(yt ; + before a large group of children In person-not a motion picture chicken is the favoritest thing he Martelle was best man while Mrs. Infantry, Company I, 43rd Division J.

and a small circle of friends, Honestly, I was quite over- is of Lex Green hurrln off I Henry W. House, Jr. was matron I is a son of :Mr. and Mrs. PELLICER Prop.

t p godmothers, and godfathers. Captain come with such a collection of before the party really got under I of honor. A reception was given Robert Wlshart, of Lyndonville, PLUMBING & HEATINGShop

R. Sheeran was present for celebrities and came nigh forgettln' way Mus' be terrible to later at the home of Captain and and Is a graduate of Lyndon In

v! the baptismal service and the an- all about my trusty note- stay so busy t Mrs. House 201 W. Madison stitute. V
book They will make their home
nual easier egg hunt which always Jack Is street.
nice and friendly .
folloWs this service Col. and Mrs. Kelley were Wasn't 203 W. Madison street_ Starke on Broadway Between Phone 148
there She In smart black any "time before, he wasshowln' The bride: Igjthe daughter of while Lt. Wlsehart Is .stationedat Call. and' Madison Sts.:.: '" 'StarkeFlorida

. r$ dinner'dress -. He In full dress Mrs. Kelley snapshots ''of Mr. and Mrs. Jphn, ).o E. Gilman, of Camp Blanding. ,- -- .S! -
"C*'...Acid his little
cauMs daughter in Miami .
'r FREE, white'with gold braid What
youpafnsofStomachUlcers a whirl those two These papas! The bigger
must have!
1 IndlfMtlon I they are; the prouder they are REMEMBER THE
Pl; MtlniCaaHeartburnBlchlnf Dropped In at the Dempsey Sattlday afternoon he DRUG STORE FOR BEST VALUES IN TOWN
> pa-
party on way back from -
pfausM,tt a free amp!. of UDCA banquet in Gainesville tiently posed while Sam, the picture

and a fre. interesting booklet at '' Katty Montelth takln man, shuttered him CARPENTER'SWed.
havln' her
lh-t CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE 'I' struck with Jack (Good picture with Noon and Nookle Wain- I -'oM'' 'th

wright Too bad he had to _

' i. HOTEL SOUTHERN But rush such away Is before the life midnight of a celeb-, I o $ $
,2& 41IDAY
. ,,+w, Hot and cold running water-Phone rity .
3-0101-1ul'O.-n Plan
'v. Adams Biggest crowd yet at the ,":,. :rrnw
St. r' ,
at Myrtle Ave. i
k Jacksonville Fla wrestlln' matches las' week Wed.. Thurs., Fri., SatApril)
'Kates: Single 75o and 1.00 r ti'v '
per day U you ever get bored with pro t 7-18-19.
% r
Double $1.00 and SI. O per day ceedings In the
A FAMILY ring, you mightdo On ipaciet, eccaiioni' w. offer f fee
.. HOTEL I. E. worse than take a few noteson -
.... ... .. CONE. Prop. llemi advertised her. 'lewtr thin
.a _.__ T"A : _._ ... 0 the different types of spectator at
', .'{ '/ ---- WIIIUItNIUIUUUHUUIIUJIIMIIIIHIIIIIUItlUMinH 'gum chewing There's the regular' Kit prtcai. But never at tuck

pp w1Ir' intense methodical mastication of 'itfx rack bottom pries .. thfi tale. Som.

I'. Nina Bishop The spasmodic of the candy pun food, or other
technique of Katty Monteith : : kc. .
PHRKTH llama are told at low priest but not
And the rapid-fire rhythm of ?::: N: ''
on the one cent tale. Ln. Hurry I
Paul Raymond Dot Bishop is t

E RTR ESTRRKE.FLORIDR .the,. most Evelyn confirmed Rltch the nail-bitter most un- } h 1,1ii1i ZSe firtfafd R.adymad. qulk-Bandll 2 for 26e2'or2Gc

moved t Jimmy Hoppe the ,

moat wide-eyed The gamutof .Z a f Pleoiont. Reloxhio Rubdown AlcO-Itex
expressions on his face would F In Hot Woolher _

'' .. .... have

..: BRADFORD COUNTY'S MOST MODERN AND movie delighted director, .any, Nettle Hollywood Tucker 25c ,in Roy- Soap Flakes 2 for 26C

UP-TO-DATE THEATRE as enthusiastic as the soldiers on

the bleachers 0, ;25cPu.e'eaf Castor- Oil 2 for 26C
; WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY Nice to see Claude Alvarez LanollnSoap

APRIL 20TH 1941 "back home" again Playln
i Medford Ml 31 AntisepticSolution
piano and helpln' entertain the JPapcterlcSmart.
Sunday & Monday, April 20-21 Army at the Legion Recreation Very popular! .lId' a big ,
Anna Neagrle; In Center Still Insists he 7 .; v a lu*. Supor-ftttcd for dry correct. for men or woman '
> wantsto 24 .h.. and envelope. with
i; ttin. Hurry I IWHllt when diluted. >
y IWx. "QUEEN OF DESTINY" "go to Starke" ,. ', Says Antiieptic era

3"t,. Paramount News Also-Kick In Time realize changed so much he jus' can't 3 cakes 2 for A .+ MOOUCT 2 for 28c 4 equal. may' water., reoouct 2 for t"OC
It's the
ole home town ? ...
Tuesday April 22' T. L. Hamster and friends EA 4 J in box !j1C -
BARGAIN DAY- cert'nly got In a noble bit of Puretest11111b of Purefesf Aspirin

Fred MacMurray Barbara Stanwyck In flshin' las' weekend 650: THEY LAST Allagnesla
., "REMEMBER THE NIGHT"Cupid pounds of grouper, not countln' ONt!! SAll ONlY TO A CUSTOMER hire Quick dependable relief
the big ,, Nql., fined.t; Free from ditagroeabl .I pl. achei and paini or eoldi.
ones got .
Rides The Range '- Also--Television Preview Spotted Mr. H. Wednesday away after- Priscilta. Slag/ Brushless earthy ta.... 2'for 50))
2 51C
I noon handin' out fish! from w' Shactng Cream A TtsssS rtoourr for A 5223 t recover
Wednesday & Thursday, April 23-24 I : ((4 caktt In box)

"BEYOND TOMORROW" to Iced every tub In familiar the trunk face of on his Call car I .. r l?, Sir gorgoui ityU I'': o.k; ii grcntlmother's nMmpUr 39. tube 2 for 40'c LJggeft's rlllk Symbol Water Bottle

With Jean Parker &: Charles Winninger Street Says he had an awful .: d.,. .Chocolate Bar

Also-Paramount News and Popular time gettln' rid of 'em all ...1.. ,What. .."rIl9. 2 bottle for <*.
a Science Correspondence > ",..., 2ge I','!..'".,6G% 60c... .' 2'or>ftlc WhO'.I, _., dellelout candy prlc of en.. Full 2 quart 1'1".
airwNae ,
Friday, April 25 ":""< .d. with pur (Ingra'liXAU. I
Dear Carolyn: 'I'
A t OIODUC' .. di 2 lor
-a- ON THE SCREEN Hope you will not again make THEY UST QUALITY 2 forRiker's 10- A ,. we.. .ooua

4 "ARGENTINE NIGHTS" the fatal mistake of overlooking CNRSALROraYTOACUSTOMERPurefesf Mlnbbinfj

' With Andrews Sisters and Ritz Brothers the beautiful semi-I permanent twf.'tIe" VeUmm, Alcohol IlasolGive '' Foshionedl7ower

Third Chapter "Sky Raiders"ON wave of Ruby Moore. After all, i-Stationery Face Ponder
THE STAGE she is entitled to some consider- 'A 'htndiomo bOil of it.. Compound -your tin th* car. llatel(! It powder
Mena blending
+ ation, you know.. being not only ;....ioa.ry. ;'3 6 f 0 I d.d 36 Biq; famou for.
k AMATEUR NIGHT 'employed ""91. ."..... 4. ."...Iop... f.rerif..wrywhe. that *dd> to -charm.
on Call Street, but be. bc..... //i..I. produced. lr 1 tv..r"
; ing Fr.. .f''' 2 for rj1C 2 for p
A Awald
Lawtey correspondent for the Irritating odor. RIXAll OUAUTY PIIODIICf
Saturday, April 26 '' ;; 1.. S..... ------ -_..,
-- -
Telegraph as well. Her' -------- -------------

4t'' "MEET- 2 BIG DR.FEATURES CHRISTIAN"With you were overlooked pretty badly her last hurt week.feelings because 1"1 2De IWLwx 2 for J1cI>> {.#i"rQO:" +.Bi +i *' OUKIH THIt SAll ONLY3i .yd]-!. 8'I "d.-' t

'Jean Sincerely yours want nut LAST I <- lnbc8 Kleno -ill I
Hersholt-Also ,ONI SAU ONIY TO A CUSTOMER Tooth -
"RANDE RIDES AGAIN"With A Regular Reader Mi31 potrdtr 1 Create ft
My apologies, Ruby I ADIWNNfPowdor I I f Here'i. valv that I fa value. Enough :
John Wayne thought perhaps that Many.. who want powder I tooth to I.d. d
being in ',S / par long time. And wilt ito coupon I !
Onion Pacific Cartoon the newspaper game your hair ?79 UNe/Jrwe- cloantlng. often recommended 1 the deeming, sit,. pleetant tatt* .ed.ey A
by dentist ui
like mine, was .n ii; ..
MIDNIGHT SHOW Saturday 11:30 P. M. curled by some of the permanently startlln' ft in! 9.y.,it',lipdickp.rfum.im.rt..t pact- Mill... Try it._ f ,.NAMl v ..,. ...... .. .>... *om> al0C tt .!
bits ( ,fi. ((
"OPEN BY MISTAKE"With of gossip g&thered hither and .q.. 35. .rre '
; 1

..' t Charlie and, Orchestra Ruggles,.-Janice ALSO Logan-STAGE and Jimmy SHOW Dorsey yon Add_ t .new businesses: Nookle + n r. enfq89 ard A ,. noouct CAN i vsy P > N CASH aaa..ryeM raw d c..rwe f/10 .' On. C.... ..9" > f0j

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1 .. APR 1 181941 r'' r rI


J r- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mrs. Gertrude Ely for, the the new Paul Knight, son of Co!. and FLA. STATE FARM meeting were made. ." .'; I V; ,
program secretary Army <
Mrs. D. E. Knight, will arrive in i ,
Mlit Miss
n______- YMCA, arrived In Starke Saturday By Mary Towmwnd Mrs. Hough and C'yde .
Miss -- and was stricken Sunday Starke this week-end to spend a The children of the State Farm Ntlle Thomas, hostesses served i"
bus- Marjorie Davis
Ri'verTis transacting spent several -
,J, Floyd Green veteran postof- with a slight attack of appendi- short vacation with relatives. hot chocolate and cake at the i .' }
of last at' '
Ala. days week the flce clerk had enjoyed an Easier Egg hunt sat- : I II
I( I in SyUcauga v State Farm with Miss Mary Jo a heart attack citis at the home of Mrs. Herbert Paul Is with the National Broad- conclusion of the business session. .
while afternoon at the home of
duty at his t window Ritch. urday i
and Mrs D. E. Knight Caldwell. Monday. H la understood that he casting Company In Radio City, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Cox: The I .
,J New York. .
at Wednesday In Jacksonville. Is Improving.Mr. pleasant event wo sponsored by :
Mrs. J. E. Ritch has returned Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and daughter 4 the community Sunday school !EJ{

att IE Knight and H. V. Knightded from Daytona Beach, where she and Mrs. T. H. Willis, of Miss Lois Adklrm. returned Mrs. M. W. Morrow of Hampton : A beautiful and Impre..lveEastf'r .
| court in Green Cove !spent two weeks with her aunt, Moultrie, Ga., visited Mrs. J. [' home Sunday night after spendIng asked the Board of County : service wile hold' at the WRESTLINGSaturday I, I
the Easter In
esIlq Mrs. B. p, Smith. holidays
Mitchell last Sunday. Mrs. 14'1 Commissioners April 7 to assistin
Eg, Monday. Charleston S. C., with AndrewZ. Log Cabin Shrine on Sunday :
ell has been confined to her (getting Gussie Mae Williams, '
morning. The Rev. L. A. Shep-
a J Davis was here fromweekend John T. Harper, chef at Camp for 10 days. Adklns, Jr., who' i.i .a studentat a tubercular patient at Hampton herd was In charge. Night, ,i s?
the Citadel.
spend the landing, whose wife Is a wait- Into the State Tuberculosis) Sanitarium a
I tell family to ress at the Guidon Grill, spent Miss Kitty Hogsed. daughter of at Orlando. In view of and Mr. and Mrs Uryan Whltfleld APRIL 19 ; .: I a
MS daughters Roberta and
the week-end In Atlanta. Mrs. W. B. Parks and Dr. Parks, Mrs. p. F. Jordan, of. Florala. lack of funds, the Board refusedto Helen 8:301' M. : '
rel- Ala., and Mrs. M. B. Womack. of visited Mr. Whitfleld'smother ..1"" 5,11t1
KInchen wee visiting who is employed In Jacksonville, make application, but votedto {
I.and friend through South Mrs Treadwell, mother of Mrs.J. is now enjoying a vacation In Dothan, Ala., came to this section pay $10 to screen a porch In at Fruitlaiul Park last.: Athletice Arena. t1 t1a'

5 last week.. M. Bradley of State Farm Hayesville, I/. C. April 5 to be with their husbands, her home for her to occupy dur- Sunday. + I:
a wait a visitor at the Christian both of whom re.,ergean" stationed ing her convalescence. Mrs.' .1. A, Lander and son Joe i Starke Fla 1:1

IP and Miss Helen Church Wednesday night. Miss Lillian Stump, who Is In at Camp Blanding. They I Allen, visited relative at Avon : : : "Mil'
seen In Jack- have lease" the Knabb cottage at Park over the week-end. : 't *
L Thursday training at the Orange General I. Mission Hall '. '
Mr. and: Mrs. Q. E. Griner a
Friends here will be Interestedto Kingsley Lake.
business. Hospital Orlando, spent Easter Wr {
tile on .
Feature Bout
know that Mrs. J. T. Guy, of with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I And Tabernacle visited relatives and friends at

hi a. W B. Sewell has returned Hampton, left Tuesday for a two Fred F. Stump. I Mrs. Lois Mayes.. James Mayes, Melrose Sunday.Mrs. FLASH GORDON i ; aej'I'

after spending a week with months visit on the east coast. and Mrs. Mae Edwards and The anniversary service of the Mattie Arnold Mrs. Guy 1 1VB .
Jives in Lees burg.s. Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. T B.Harding daughter, Elaine and sons Jee Mission Hall was held at the Tabernacle Richardson and children and i h\
or 4 Mrs. W. B. Sewell spent threeor .- Miss Ida Lulu Davis and Elbert. spent Sunday at the last Friday night. The Mrs. Ford of Crescent City were'! RARE CADDOCK yr

R. A. Thomas spent Mon- four days in Leesburg this and Miss Alice June Hardingwere Singing Tower at Mountain Lake central theme was "}Ie Ever: guenta at the home of Mr. and ()ftt' Hoar Time LimitSemiFinal : 1 I 0 0M
with her aunt. Mrs. Alice week with her daughter, Gayle, shopping In Jacksonville They took their lunch heard the Llveth. Songs recitations and Mrs. L., A. Shepherd Thursday.Mm. ,

InR [ford at Lake Butler. and her sister Mrs. J. D. Cottrell. one day last week. Easter program of the; carillon Scripture quotations$ were presented J. A, Douvler, Mrs. R. H. j"j"ii ii
and enjoyed the outing.Mr. by the children and the Tyson Mrs Robinson and Mrs. +kr

Insit I lisa Mary Brownlee, of St. S. E. Sparks a past Worshipful Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews, music personnel. 11 r a. Jennie Romeo Francer were visiting One Fall \M; r
Mo., i Is visiting her par- Master of the Masonic Lodge, at- Spencer Crews and their house and Mrs. R. C. Buford and Thornquest. who la In charge of friends In Jacksonville Tuesday.' Ive

sit sitt Mr. and :Mrs, H. L. Brown- !, tended the dedication of the guest, Mrs. Zelda Rivers were daughter, Gloria, and ,'June Hall the training of the children assisted Mr. and Mrs. Duke Young were HI LI. LUDWIG

Masonic Hall in Archer last week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shawof visited Silver Springs last Sunday. in the preparation for the called to Aihburn Ga., by the '?
sitr LaCrosse Sunday. ,. Mro. Buford and her mother, Mrs. : program. Solos were given by sudden death of Mrs. Young's .

r. Sam Sternberg. of Day- Mrs. I. P. Shepherd and son, 'I.' Letle Stilley. have,as their guests Miss Evelyn Hobbs and Mr.Cornea. father Mr. Fl Illy aw. JOE DE VALDO .: ': A.

Beach, spent Easter with Ira, returned Thursday of last Mrs John H. Gill and son, this week Mrs.. Stilley's son and The attendance was I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat week from Jacksonville where Jack and Miss Lorraine Hard- I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. good. The children did remark- Young Matron's CircleThe '" ;

berg.. Ira was a patient In St. Vincent's age returned to Atlanta. Ga, Sun- I Donald Stilley, of Jacksonville. ably well. JACK SHERRY );I
Hospital. day after a visit herewith Mrs. The regular Bible study was Young Matron's Circle of -T8- \ I

ward Jordan, of Tallahassee Gill's mother, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Mrs. J.. W. .White t Misses conducted at the Mission hall the Baptist W. M. S. met In the DE GLANEMATCiniAKKIt : :
Ithe t week-end here with his Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koch, and Amelia anti Olive Ray entertainedwith Tuesday night The third chapter Church annex Monday night. Mr*. PIERRE ,, .
Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. daughter. Mrs. Paul Hudglns, Mr. and Mrs. 'B. Jacobs will an Easter egg hunt and picnic of Rdmans formed the basis H. L. Hough read the Easter

Y e RItch.T. spent three or four days this visit their son-in-law and daughter spread Monday afternoon, at of the study. Scripture quota- message In Matthew, and Mra. A. Gee Roman' I f; '

week with relatives. and friendsIn Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- the home of Mrs. White. Those tions featured the service. Visitors M. Darby led In a prayer for off. Undefeated MiddleweightCluunplon I11 f ')fi1

Dyer, new Agricultural Arcadia. baum and three-week-old grandson. attending this I '' pleasant affair from Lawtey and Camp 'Blandlngwere World peace. ft the World. f{ t i''
lit for Bradford County, as- William, in Jacksonville Sun- were several classes of children present Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr. gave ,
d I office April 11. He spent Mrs. Henry E. Gabriel of Co- day. from the Methodist church school.At Evangelistic services will be the treasurer's) report and Mrs. This Hlub and X5o Plus Federal! i :t.jl-:;" 1

years as County Agent Inn hoes. N. Y., whose husband is a held In the Tabernacle Friday and John Moyer was appointed per Tax Will Admit nearer to 7So I I aWar

9 County two years! of which civil engineer with Solomon &: Mrs. W. A. Brady, employe at the regular meeting ,April Sunday nights. Good music Is sonal service chairman. Ringslds _t I '

eight or nine years ago, he Keis Is visiting her husband in Jacobs whose husband is a ser- 7th of the County Board of Pub- provided at all services, and a Plans for a gift to the $10O.000 .- l t1 f n ny
j the joint agent for Union Starke. They live at the homeof geant in the "induction station"at lic Instruction, Miss Clara Flume cordial welcome Is extended to all Club, to be given at the June lIt
I Bradford counties. Mrs J. L. Frazee. Camp the was re-appointed Secretary to the .
Standing, spent who are concerned about spread' 'JUl.,y 1 1 1i
week-end with relatives at Haynes I Principal of the B. H. S, and of the Gospel to attend. I r}

City. Miss Florence Brown and Miss Bible school at 300; I'. M. Sun- "THE ARMY STORE"

Mabel Wall were re-uppolnted day Is provided for all ace <
Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold Music teachers for Bradford I groups. Hen Suslow ''!

' and son, James, Jr., and Mrs. M. County. 209 East; Call Street if"I : i
WANTED-500 hungry people B. Godbold of Jacksonville, were oil II:1t: OP PI IIII\'I'IU'I hI i

i who enjoy eating good here Sunday visiting Mra. S. S. M... and Mrs D. VV. McCIellnn, .o'r1415 TO "I'I'Iun Cm-oil Military Supplies and Novelties w
to r't"f
The State of Klorlila '
wholesome I home-cooked Dowling and Mrs. W. S. Stro- who are now occupying the .00te.'I. whi>N.. r..hl.n". .lit unknown '
meals at prices you can afford man. Shands cottage on Klngsley Lake, : You are hereby ni illvorcn"llrl.. CIAL-Complde outfit khaki pants & shirt $2.00 I. ,,1 :
to pay.-The A & A have as guests their rein lives, mill that due bill of nffliluvit cumplalnt for this. order, > a
Joe McClel- thullrult! faulti -- -- -- -
Mrs. W. P. Randall and chil- Mrs. S. W. McClellan, has bran fllvd In

Cafe. dren. Bill and Lucia Lisle arriv- lan, and Frederick McClellan ofMartlsnvllle i,fuu f Hi'Mclfnril.. wherein I'oiimy Ralph,' Klorlila Htewurt., In I I.a. )DRESS SHOES --' ---------------------- $3.50 'f.t; '
ed from Norfolk III. and Mrs. R. E. the plaintiff' and Cnr >lln. $l w rtIn I
Sunday Va. fora
I Bartlett Mrs. and J. H. Bartlett I I Ilia defendant: and you are COTTON HIDING( PANTS ______?-________ $1.OO ,'I:I,41)t:;
short visit with Mrs. Randall'sparents hereby required to ai>i..nr In raid' I

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al- and Mrs. W. E.' Johnson all of nnuiitt till, )I. on Itrndfnrcl the 2 nil County ility I Telegraph of.l Juno. RAINCOATS. _____________________ $2.00 : i; 1)t

I varez. Ripley ,MlKS. lit deeignaed l UK the news aper tilwhkh '
: thin order :.hall !> publlHhid "We Sell For
once a week for four ui.>uecutlv ry
.. Mrs. Clyde Priest entertained Mrs. A. M Darby- Mrs. J. E. .. wBfkH vrlor to said l l return Less"r 1 rof
.I .. hand and ;
tut Wltn HN my
NAT SEZ with an Easter egg hunt on Wed- Flit c h, Mrs. H. ; Brownlee, .official R..al> at tfl.rk.. Florida 1 .
: nesday of last week. Guests were Misses Mary and Madge Brownlee thin the llth day <>C April, A. U. I

her Sunday school class and the will leave the first,,of the_ week 1"1-(OKVMCIAb HIO.U' .) A. J. Thomas e. : #
: Always thought JUne was the; Junior Baptist Xoung-;, People's for Washington.: : D. Q.'Mrs.. Darby I'lftk Clri-iill Court, 14.r ad f and ANNOUNCING THE OPENiNG JI
.11 41 Ii-Y
marriage month but .times have Union. will visit her son n-law aVtd County Florida.

v' changed More brides In Starke daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Up-to-date 1!

this April: -than there are straw Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Maguire, and the other membersof OHI>KU OKISOTICM rtJIILU'ATIO" Of a Modern, : ,

berries. Brooker, have moved to Starke the party will visit ft e Rev. !dial of TO Florida APIKillTha to F.tr. O.Hiuim 1:
And taBitng' about strawberry and are living for the present and Mrs. M. C. StI h. whoD residence U "Ban"' Ra- "
fast Mottl. 46 Went 451 t h HI root, Jewelry Store .
looks to like It's with Mrs. Mott's brotherinlawand n
season, me get New York City, N.w York!I" You
If' sister, .Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mrs. W. E. Torodef"! and Ed- are hereby notified that bill of '
ting about that time. they cMiinpiftlnt for dlvorie and du. affidavit ..
don't hurry up watermelons will Barlcsdale win Torode, returned Friday from for thin. order has bn A Complete Line of "1"W,l'I' i II i > inI
a five-day trip to Detroit and filed In the Circuit Court of Until- ,J I
get here first.WING toM (' ,UIII)', Klnrldn, In a cauxe l') Nationally-advertised Merchandise i
Mrs. Florrie Wills has returned Flint. Mich) They drove a new wherein. Uerftldln llurn. l I. the ,
from a visit of several weeks Oldsmobile home from Flint. (The plaintiff and Peter II, Uurnn !I. I the BriggH Carmen Bracelets) Elgin Watched, i'
with Mrs. Geo. Cook of Miami weather was Ideal,'*' Mrs.' Torode ; (formerly Miss Inez Moitt of said, and 'the farmers are "get the !2nd day of June, 11)41. Itr...- y
ford Count Telegraph In ele..tI l ,,> And a Complete Line( of Other Jewelry ,
e IC Starke), and with Bill Moitt: of ting ready to pyout; "their I nat.il an the newspaper. In which :
Lake Worth. crops." They travej4 d:through: six ''thl. order Khali b. I'u. 1011,10..1, ones
'' I a wreck for four consecutive weak
states, and' "J' plokid. up a .rpck prior to card return late. Witnessmy i.
Dr W. E. "HJcidleton has been In every' state' w.tiV1slted," she !, hand and official a. a I at GEM JEWELRY' COMPANY
Htarktt., .\Florida, thin the 17th day { ......
said. T h e especially enjoyed 109 Call Street \"I.II; \ (j'),
confined to his home here this y. t of April A. I> 1 4J.OKKICIAU : r
,' week with an'"attack of Influenza.He Their visit to Daniel',Bocme's Cavenear ( Ht-JAl. ,) A. J. Thomas lws4 1,u t tI
Somerset. Ky.:' !I, rinrk Circuit Court H r a became, III IJ t his) camp in FlorlilO 1 4-IH 4t B-tt I 1 -" ." "" _. .. It

Georgia and was, brought home .... .. )
"" ,.'" .' {
Monday night.MajorGeneral ",4t' r1C i
5J 'J "k,1f <11 ''',- tn r1F ''ftd I
; J
Morris B. Payne, ;.. .rO; ". !t'l t'l"I .J/1, .

of the 43rd Division and thirty- i '

five other Camp Standing visitors i 'JJ\JI
were present at the Initiation
ceremony of the Masonic Lodge I)

last Monday night. ,t ,,

Mr. and Mrs. Britton Richardson

who have rooms at the homeof

Mrs. James Frazee, are vaca-
OU't j .
tioning In Havana Cuba. Mr. s

Richardson Is an engineer for
udJ .
Starrett Bros &: Eken. 1', g
: '(
8 f "
"' ddd '
J. E. Black of Atlanta. Ga., 'I f
'u _,BIRD Smartiysrykdtothrill young was the week-end guest of Mr. ,t

t 11'U!, n beans > Scientifically con and Mrs. O. W White, Mr. Black i''
strutted to aid the proper )is Mrs. White's cousin; he Is engaged WC

SHOESSTERNBERG'S development. young feet... in forestry work and ,,
: i they truly LOOK BETTER travels over five southern states. 4 H ,

BETTER! i II Edmund J. Land, of the Franklin j ,
Press Baton Rouge. La.. Mrs. Ill .4 '

Land and their son, James Kenneth e. I i-

$1.98Up: were the week-end guestsof
their son, Edmund J. Land; Real
For Enjoyment-Make This !
Jr., of the press section at Camp Comparison f'

Standing. q

Atter a two weeks' visit with Progress in Florida has been rapid during the past f' I I

her parents, Mr.: and Mrs. F. O. forty years. The full Imract of this amazing growth : "any! 'tI
Mrs., H. E. Alexan- ; "
I der Hemingway accompanied, her husband, I becomes vivid only by comparison of the familiar sites i SWd i+ J' I
i 1
., Lt. Alexander, to Pensacola Sun- 1 and sceneA of yesterday and today. kPfi { ,aw ,
E day where he Is stationed at Ft. K y a t% But there's another equally delightful comparison 4. 't'' 4Ir 'i'i"ri' \

1\.14\ Barrancas.Mr. .' you can make. Try a bottle of JAX Beer. You'll enjoy r 'j?: I

i its restful, tangy taste, known and cherished by discriminating t' i
\ : and Mrs. T. I. Hamster
Mtt1J J 4 ,
s and Mr. Hamlter's cousin and his C Floridian since 1914. Now compare the l': r + ,

wife. Mr. and Mrs. F, W. Hamster fine, full-bodied !flavor the smooth, mellow taste and "'it

AND of Tulsa. Okla., enjoyed a the superb high quality with any other beer. Then ,, I\11'i
,. Cedar Keys Sun- '
.n. fishing trip at .' f
20 miles we believe you'll agree you can't buy a better beer rl rat ;
went trolling .
They .
out day.In the Gulf In BUI De Lano's .... any price For real enjoyment for a refreshing MALE ::4 4, .' 1

party boat. "It was too rough sparkling; treat, try bottle of JAX today! r

for king flan/' ;lire Hamster said.
"but we caught between 450 and JAX BREWING COMPANY, Juksouille, Fliri.iamfr r II Ci11 ',a1r'If4 ft R+ lOlr ,t. '!
', 1
000 pounds tan of l.one grouper big; and spot I_got n OlpehumJ at famed Silver Spring, near Ocala, "' ,: ail et4+fay (fIiCt ; ,v1, f) 't''f

a the sun back of my. neclu" i, about<< 1900: Photograph ccurUtj Kbfvnv\Ut PuUif: Library rf I : 5eytr'r

:l:' ','

..",.-..";..,,..', .." ". I r1 .\ ,

.la 1941 _

brother-in-law antj sister :Mr parents Me V
Lease Delays > and
II Ji SECTION and Mrs. Claude Moore. Kelly. krt )
With Our Famers
___m__ New BuildingJ. Mr. and' .frL; H._ B. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs H, R.
son, Vincent of Jacksonville were son, Vincent leUl
F. Rabeck, of Vero Beach Jacksonv
rs HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL Sunday of Mr. Kelly's week-end
Bradford Is I hundred of this is under guests guests of ,
I who had expected to have his While County ? .
mother Mrs. Beulah Kelly. mother !"Cd
COMMON SENSE. of known far ana wide for the Industry cultivation and 96 acres Is in Mrs. Beulah Kelly,
building on the corner
ft and substantial qualities timber. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby Mr. and Mrs. VV C
FACTS ABOUT EGGS FORESTS IMPORTANTThe Madison and Walnut streets com- of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. children and Ward
have five
of If* "dirt"' farmers, It must not They planted acres Miss Novi
n With hens, April Is a busy welfare of the farmer Is pleted by May 1, has encountered be forgotten that we have a of beans, 10 acres of peas, K Crosby's parents, Mr. and Mrs : New River spent Sunday i Ing

month. So are May and June tied in with the forest in more difficulties. W O. Nelson, con- good number of "white collar" acres of sweet corn, one acre of C. C. Crosby, Sunday sonvllle with relatives, ]l

,, ( During these months the hens than tractor, began work on the buildIng farmers who are seen every day cucumbers and the rest In corn Mrs. Alton Dobbs and baby, Miss Myrtle Dobbs (of
Jay about as many eggs as they ways one. I on Call St.,' but who like to and peanuts. They also have a Eloise, Mrs. Inez Kelly and Mrs Farm spent Sunday UIe t
do during all the other monthsof The forest furnishes firewood, April 4. carryon 'a little farming as a small garden consisting of let- Louise Ward and children Joyce Mrs. W. R. Hal lop with i 1Ir.!!

the year, posts and other wood mo terlallneeded I The shooting gallery,_ whose sideline: :' tuce, mustard turnips, collards, and Lucille, were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. and tam:J!;

in about the farm. It pro lease on a part of the property ''':'''- peppers and tomatoes. They raise Mrs. Mlllard Johns of New River and children Oscar
With this uprlngtlme spurt tects lands from erosion\ and con has take W. M. Ed- everything for the market exceptthe Saturday afternoon.Mr. Doris and
Just starting, now does not expire until May 20, For instance, Jo, of New River
egg is a good time to check up on serves water from periods of excess It refused to give up the location, wards, who enjoys the distinctionof corn, peanuts and garden pro- and Mrs. W. R. Halslop Mr. and Mrs. j, R Were VIt:
for times of shortage.
in the family diet. according to Mr. Rabeck.( Although being chairman,atlumtaneouely duce. They have also 40 hogs and lion Fred, 'and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J3eulah Kelly Kelly
eggs provides cover for wild game and Mr Rabeck and Mr. Nelson of the Bradford County Board of and 30 or 40 head of cattle; W. C. Ward and daughters, Mary I SUnday,
Mr. and
fact about harmful Mrs.
w which
The Important for birds destroy Berry
most the shootIng Commissioners and or the -
have each offered County W Ella, Lucille and Joyce, attended Relll
an egg Is that It la a packagefull insects. It offers the landowneran gallery $50 to cancel Its lease City Council bf StArke. He successfully J. S. Eunice, who lives three the wedding of Robert Wardan daughter Coiine. of Plant
of the food values you want opportunity to sell timber oc- and Mrs. David
and give them Immediate possession manages 460 acres of miles north of Lawtey on a 70- Ming Novis Sapp at New and d
to get Into the family diet. Eggsare casionally, and obtain a direct income ter. Mamie, of Pine| !
they have refused. That land on Rowell) Lake where his cultivates 50 acres. River Sunday. Level
good body builders because In that way. will necessitate a delay In the present crops include 1 30,000 He has two acres of berries, but Mr. and Mrs.. Oscar and. visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.
of the efficient protein in their But not the, least of its benefits completion of the building.The strawberry plants, two acres of says, "It will be ten' days before I Crosby Crosby Mondav..
children of New River were dinner -
yolks and whiten. The yolks are are those Indirect ones which string beans, half acre of Ford- I begin pickIng.: Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobb
building will house three ,
I of and
In Iron the mineral guests
rich ,
especially come about through giving em- He has visiting; Mr.
+ 20 45 another 18 hook Lima beans, 20 acres of also seven acres of and Mrs,
stores-one x ; Mrs. W. T. Crosby.G. .
blood cells.
needed for
ployment to farm labor at times x43 and the other 16 1-2 x45, corn and velvet beans, 'a email sweet corn, two acres of Irish Kelly of Water Oak Sunday
They are an important source of when regular farm work Is not ; three M. Bennett la spending a- ernoon.
according to Mr. Rabeck. In one patch of Irish potatoes, and four potatoes acres o f string
calcium, a rich source of phosphorus It is obvious fact beans while with his son-in-law and
rushing. an two Wilbur
Mr. and Mrs. Rabeck will acres of peanuts and peas. Mr. acres of Fordhook Lee Tindall
store, Ofi
and a good source of that self-support of people and a curio and antique shop. Edwards has 75 acres under cultivation beans,. 15 acres of field corn and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Floyd Blanding spent Saturday G,,
riboflavln Vitamins A and D are open
communities has declined as tim- He has many applications for the 300 acres in pasture, and three acres of cabbage. He Crosby. with his brother and sister-tn.i
present In varying amount ber and other resources have been other two, he said. I the remainder, In timber land. markets the cabbage In Jackson Miss Arsula Crosby spent Sun Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tlnd.nl
For all these reasons an egga removed. Public relief loads have I .- ville. day night with her cousin, Miss Robert Ward made
day for everyone In the familyis climbed; In proportion The second story will be used I 'Another well-known "city Mr. Eunice has 10 cattle and Doris Crosby of 'New River. trip to Gainesville Tuesday a ta

a good rule to follow. But if And now the National Forest for office space and the apart- farmer Is -'J. R. Kelley, deputy eight or 10 hogs. Mr. and Mrs. F H. Box and Mrs. Alton Dobbs .

you can't manage that, try to get Reservation Commission is pro ment of Mr. and Mrs. Rabeck. clerk In the office of Clerk of "My wife has SO chickens, and daughter of Starke were visitingMr. Merrill Tindall were VISIting and

at least four or five eggs a week posing "perpetual yield" forests the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas.He 600 biddies. She has 300 bid- and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Sat- and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of the(

into the diet of every child In as a partial substitute for publicaid / Mrs. ''Pearce Sells lives six and a half miles dies five weeks old and 300 one urday night. Farm, Friday.

the family. And see that adults In many communities where Boarding House northwest of Starke, owns forty week old." I
,,r,( get at least three or four a week. such assistance is needed. The : acres and rents forty acres-48 (The following items were held IN JiititiAL TUB! "I..CTIT('me'(i'01 far, Elba)

The most important thing to forest is the only natural resource Mrs. Bertha Pearce recently acres under cultivation, and the L. J. Prevatt farms 60 acres over from our Issue of April 11.) in*. IV. 4M FOIL tr Btt4i
tr> remember about cooking eggs Is that can be regenerated at a sold through W. T. Clute, realtor,, balance In timber and pasture.J. near Starke--30 acres on the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and l'Ol NTY.Alston

:t'!'' to keep the heat low. If eggs reasonable cost. One-third of the her ''boarding house business at R. has four acres of "fine home place one-half mile west of Hr.. and Mrs. Oscar Crosby of F.I HowwarlCF.RYPlalntltt

are cooked for too long or at Station's lands are best adaptedto the Bradford House on Cherry strawberries," and Is going to town, and 30 acres three miles New River were visitors to
dl I, too high a temperature the delicate forests, 'and bringing this land street. The buyers were Mr. and picking this week. "It can't come east of Starke which he purchased -. Gainesville Monday night. Nina"Howard., N' t

protein becomes tough. under efficient, management for Mrs. Nelson T. Hitch, who will i too soon for me," he said Saturday three years ago from T. Mrs. Inez Kelly and granddaughter ORDER Defendant.OF SERVICE
Instead of "hard-boiling" sustained M. E I o 1 s e Dobbs, are NOTICE TO
? eggs yields will produce substantial take possession April 17. "Please I Williams. According to Mr. THE STATE OF FLORIDA;
.1 hard cook them In simmering and permanent social and say that Mrs. Ritch will render Mr. Kelly 'also has 11 acres of Williams, who helps Mr. Prevatton spending awhile In Tampa with TO Nina :

water. Fry eggs in a little moder- economic returns. the same good service In the sweet corn, two and a half acres both farms, moot 'of this sixty Mra Kelly's brother-in-law and California.Ie 58 l\Iallon StreetwSan Franc,

ately hot fat. Never let water New uses 'for wood give forest future that I have in the past," of different varieties of beans acres Is under cultivation. sister, Mr.' and Mrs. Claude It, la hereby ordered that ,

products new economic value, Mrs. Pearce said Tuesday. stringless, Ford hooks etc. one Mr. Prevatt has 19 acres In Moore. day are required of May A.to D.appear on tar
boll around eggs as you poach ready sale, and high employment Mrs. Pearce will move May 1 acre of sugar cane, 22 acres of Fordhook beans five acres In Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tindall above entitled court 1941, to]>&the??

them. Use a thick, pan for possibilities. It has been found into her new home at 305 Madison peanuts and velvet beans, and one' string beans, four acres In Irish pent Sunday In Live Oak. of the complaint above entitled filed ngnln.t Jot

omelets and scrambled eggs and that local use of wood increases street which she purchasedlast and a half or'two' acres of peas. potatoes, one acre in tomatoes, Mrs. J. R. Kelly' and children "Bradford County Telenrapl cause: ,I

keep the heat low under the pan. with forest productivity. The January from her daughter, "Everything Tip except the one acre in pepper and five acres Kathryn and Robert Lloyd, were paper hereby In denlvnated which thin an order the soap a.

Cook soft custards over hot losslblllty of timber overproduction Mfa l. W. Kemper. This homeIs sweet corn,''*'! he says. In berries. He has five acres in guests Wednesday of Mrs. Kelly's published once a week for t'.

water, not boiling water. And Is slight and may well be now occupied by Mr. and Mrs.J. In the way of livestock, Mr. pine and cypress timber "Just parents, Mr. and Mrs A. L. Drig- consecutive WITNESS weeks.my hand and tb.
have the oven temperature very disregarded. C. Garner. KeIley has two horses, 22 hogs, this week he planted 18,000 new gers, of Lake Butler, nf this court at Slnrke, Pk
slow to 3 head of MIS. Lennie Tomlinson and thin 3M, v A, D I I''
moderate for different National and other public for- Mrs. Pearce came to Starke cattle and 30 or 40 strawberry plants on new groundto (OFFICIAL SHAD A..1. Thar;;
baked dishes containing chickens.' make plants for another of Raiford were weekend Clerk of the Clroult Com i
'ggs. ests are helping to assure efficient about 14 years ago, and has beenat -. said Mr, Williams Saturday..year The, guests of Mrs. Tomlinson's] Chall.! ?, He"- JaikBonvlll.Fill
the Bradford House for 11 |I
timber production, with all Dempsey Sapp, youngest deputy balance of the ground Is taken
Her mother Mrs. O.Hayne .
TYPEWRITER RIIIBONS-All of Its benefits, over wide areas. years. In the office of the Clerk of the up In corn and, peas. For Ford Service
II, and her daughter, Wanda, Sales and See Your Local]
kind, 75o each BltADFOUD But landowners-farmers and Circuit Court, lives with his Mr> Prevatt picked a few berries -

COUNTY TELEGRAPH. others-have found it to be profit- live with her..... : father, E. 'A.' Sapp, ort a 198- a month ago, and picked two Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Located)

able In the long run to establish 10 More Selected acre Road farm 28 toward 12'mllee Lake from Butler town One on crates. last Saturday, Mr. Williamssaid. One Block South of S, A., L. Depot

and properly maintain forests.
>, Florida farmers set millions of Ten young men left Starke for

Modern tree seedlings during the winter' Camp Blanding Tuesday, April 8 Badly Burned SUNNY BROOK FARMBy J. W. ANDREWS JR.

Sanitary just closing and the number as Bradford County's most In AccidentR. Miss Arsula Crosby *' ,
Expert riles with each successive planting recent quota of selectees for a .

Darbers season. year of military training. L. Davidson, of South Caro- Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs and Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years

,..... They were: William M. Duncan, lina, riding Jn| "a/ ""Woodward Bag daughter, ,Myrtle, of the State .f_ '" ,

For Quick'' Service Visit The' Chandler Buys Clyde Moaley, David Howard, Company" International' e m I 1- Farm were Sunday guests of Mr. Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDA
Frank Louis I. Thomas and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Mrs.
Kelsay, trailer truck, was seriously burned
STARKE BARBER SHOP Property Near TownW. George F o n z o Prevatt, Paul about,6:30 a. m., 'April 9th about Inez Kelly.

K. Chandler, who recentlysold Franklin LJles, James Frank Mc- two miles north of Starke on Mr. and :Mrs.' Merrill TIndall
Kelvey, Raymond Daniel Holmes, Road 13. spent the week-end In Georgia t'I
out his Jewelry store here, iI
nuInsures Service and Herbert Herman Hughes.Garage with relatives. h
Our has purchased through W. T. It is said that the negro driverof

Clute, realtor, 10 acres of land the truck went to sleep and W. R. Strickland was visiting
you ofI three or four miles east of town ImprovingRegister's the truck ran Into the side of a In this section one day last week.

always looking! on' Road 48, about one-half mile concrete bridge, the gas tank ex- Mrs. Clyde Dobbs and children.

your best .1 from the home of Circuit Court Garage Is really tak- ploded and the truck caught fire. Waunell and Bobby Fae, were
ing the "spring cleaning" Idea
Clerk A. J., Thomas. Mr. Davidson was rushed to guests of Mrs. Alton Dobbs
We have real!
seriously A. A. Annis Is layinga Starke In A
DeWItt C. Jones Thursday
skilled ito Mr. Chandler plans to build a concrete aide-walk on the Madi- Do Your
stylists Trading
ambulance and
home the ; was carried on to Mrs. J. R. Kelly and children,
on property, and later
son street side of the business,
do the
your] develop the acreage Into a cabinor Alachua County Hospital Kathryn and Robert Lloyd were I
and building concrete drivewayand Gainesville. He received where 6, pieces Rogers Silverware are
work Mrs.
deep visiting Kelly's Mr
cottage court. floor. As soon as! Mr. Annls burns In the face, his hajr was and Mrs. A. L. Drlggers of Lake given away with every $40 in trade I ISMITH'S
STARKE BEAUTY Before entering upon his new has finished his concrete work burned off or certificates.
and hiS! hands and Butler, Thursday of last week.
SHOPPE work as traveling salesman over Contractor Ben Hall will tear fingers Are Redeemed
were severely
Injured. Mrs. Inez Kelly and
Located five southern states for a whole- down the old shed and build a In'Cash If
J'lea. East Door of Eloise Dobbs, have returned GARAGE
Courthouse sale Jewelry house Mr. and Mrs.Chandler new one with stucco front, and You Choose)
PINE LEVELBy home after
spending a-
and family will visit modern grease rack and wash STARKE FLORIDA
the Florida Keys. rack. Mrs H. M. McRae while. in Tampa with Mrs. Kelly's

(The following items were held

over from our issue of April 11.)

Elder W. E. Hall filled his

regular appointment at Pine Level

church with special music on

NOTICE Sunday morning; by the Gomes
Quartette, enjoyed by a large

congregation. i
Mr. and Mrs, B. M. McRae

had as dinner guests Sunday Mr,
and Mrs. G. W.. Boan of Sampson P

Sapp, and Mrs. T. N. Norman all

Mrs. O. R. Alvarez

and children of Vanderbilt were (a'S.

Underhill Sunday.The .
young people 'of this section -

COURTHOUSE AND WILL NOW ,BE KNOWN AS enjoyed .a weiner roast at

the home of Miss Doris Goodge Y

Tuesday evening. i
Miss Luclle, Crosby of Sunny $
Brook and Miss Idel Jackson of !, l
EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYWE Sampson City were-dinner guests

of Miss Odessa,.McRae Sunday.
Allen Hall and Owen McRae

made a business trip to Jackson

:M. L. Bennett of Sunny Brook

was a dinner guest at H. M. Mc-

The berry growers are begin and

GIVE THE SAME COURTEOUS SERVICE ning to,pick a.few berries again
They are small but sound, and ASS E E
the growers will soon be happy Now! Florida Motor Linen offers' THROUGH and DIUECT service to Jacksonville ) -

THE FUTURE AS IN THE PAST. again. j- and Tallahassee'without change. Conveniently-timed departure enable you

Mr. and Mrsi Dan Hall of Jacksonville to leah.. the morning, do your topping or business In'either city and returnIn

were 'Visiting Mr. '''and the evening. TWO departures going and returning. The FIRST TIME IN HISTORY '
Mrs. J. R. Hall Sunday. such transportation facilities have been offered in this

We Invite You To Come In And Inspect Our New., Store Wall Lucian a visitor Alvarez.here of Water Oak LEAVE EASTBOUND 18lo P. RL city.anti 5:40 P. )LLEA'E

Monday. WESTBOUND .-----_ _. _. _______ 8:20 A. M. and 8:20 P. M-

.).-----) Investigating Cases JACKSONVILLE ..60 One Way TALLAHASSEE $2.23 One Way

State's Attorney T. E. Dun- CONWAY'S ,SERVICE
EASTERN can, of Gainesville., and Aast.State's .
AUTO SUPPLY Corner Road IS &: Road 48 Phone 147 Fia-
Attorney. Joe HUI Williams 8APB tarke,

of Lake 'Butler,. were conducting

V. S. St. JOHN Owner and special Investigations of
Operator /
criminal matters in Brad ford
County recently. It Is understood ORI DA MOTORJI N ES

that some 15 ,or 18 different f --r
cases were looked into. I


1,81, 41DBADl"OaD ; ''MAS


jag color, :Mrs. O. J. Anders In the past week and was a guest and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Waldo BOATDRAINBy ,'

AROUND, LAWTEYWith a powder blue hat with matching J speaker. at the Woman's Missionary spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Z. Z. GrUfl ii iia
F band Mr*. M., B. Futch in a son Society while In Lake R. M. Johnson Jla.r.1 \ iiY

Ruby Moore blue print with white accessories, Butler. Mr. and Mrs. George; Conwayof C. A. Grlffl, Pervl and "
and Mrs. A. B. Peacock stunningIn Little Miss Ann Moore who has Palatka spent the week-end guerite Grlffl were visiting in (

SER1'ICES AT Do You Like To Sing? EASTER PARTIES FOR black and 'white, were especi- been spending several weeks with .with Mr. C. Fogg. Lake Butler Sunday. "
I'r&TIIODIST CHURCH I I CHURCH'SCHOOL 'PUPILS ally lovely in their Easter attire. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Boyer of De- Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Simon of Mr. and Mr*. Leo GriZZle and
CE; and new acquaJntfl11ed The Grace Methodist Church Is Easter Parties given Grace Otbr.attractlve, costumes were Land was met in Palatka Thursday Gainesville were visiting at the lira K. S. Grlffls were visitingthe I
d friends 0 r ace Methodist Inviting every person who enjoys, Methodist Church School by teachers Mr*. Lee Enfleld's 'navy and rose" ) ,, ,April JOth. ,by Mr. and Mrs. home of Mrs. L. A Smith Sunday bedside of the Utters' sister, i l
songs Easter singing to meet each Thursday I I for their redingote (which ,she designed W. F. Moore and' children ,who Mrs Rosa Grlffls. who U seriously l r. N
included the following -
b with 1 happy beginning April 24th at 8:00 pupils herself) worn with rose hat. and had hospital. *< ;
a newly organ- : P. : planned a picnic in Palatkaby Miss Evelyn Wasdin of Waldo ill in a Tampa, **,
ay morning Choir; In charge of the M, for an hour of aong. I Mia Easley Shuford entertalned purse to match; Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck's the river before returning was visiting Miss A 11 a Smith Miss Mildred Morwtt' lies returned "
Youth over pink redlngote,
Those who all navy home. two
leading the con- enjoy of the old Sunday.Mr. home after spending
cal program their hymns of time hymns as well as the newer the Infant class Saturday navy hat and dainty shoulder Miss Elisabeth Plummer, Mr, weeks In Lake Butler.
tlon in afternoon from 3:30: to 5:00: o'- corsage, and last but npt leasts. and Mrs. Forrest Reynoldsof
are requested to look and Mrs. Joe Shuford and
songs Mr Chris-
up Jacksonville and and Mrs. Katherine. Debris and *
clock at an egg hunt at her home. teal blue tailored suit with Mr.
as the hymn books they have at and :Mrs. G. B. Plummer and family visiting their
was were
Duff tine
service and Gainey
T. of Abernathy Ringof
order Prises were awarded Linda white accessories worn by Mrs
home and bring them when they all of Jacksonville, were Mr*. E. E. Lee., ii
Hampton spent Sunday with grandmother,
w.: come. Crews and Elmer Crews after the H. B. Arwood. Easter of their ''
guests parents, 1
Edwards Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy.Mr. Sunday. I
Gene hunt for
elude: Miss Competent pianists will be pres- In finding being the greatest most successful num-- EASTER EVE CANDLELIGHT Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer, and Mr. Mack McKlnile Miss Mildred Morrell was visiting ;' L

18I111t."Christ The Lord Is ent at each meeting and the newly ber of eggs. The tiny guests SERVICE AT BAPTISTThe Mr. and Mrs. Clive Dunn and of Jacksonville visited Mr. and I. Miss Marguerite Grlffl Sunday 1
yam: formed Grace Methodist Choir Baptist Church children, Mr and Mrs. Michael ,
| Today. Alleluia! were later served with lemonadeand Lawtey Mrs. J. H. Surrency Sunday.HIGHLAND ,
RIMI invocation: "Jesus Stand directed by David W. Moore will dainty cookies. held Its closing Holy Week service Judd and family, all of Hellbronn I Misses Gladys Lee and Leafle 'I.
oral assist In singing the selections Easter Eve amid the glowof Springs, and Mr. and Mrs Nell i r
Us" by the choir. requested Mrs. Hermie Kelly Invited her Starling were visiting Mr*. Z. Z. 'i' 4w
Among by the congregation. many lighted tapers. Elder and son of Lawtey. were Mis Beth 'I1/! ] IiV
Prayer by congregation.e class of Primary Pupil to an I By >Mmberly GrUfl Wednesday' night.VANDERB1LT.
loon Prayer. This Is the first project planned egg hunt Saturday afternoon at Miss Ruth Grice and Hubert picnlclng at Sand, Lake Sunday.
Lord's Reading. : by Grace Choir for the citizens' her residence. Robinson of Taylor's S. C,, spoke The Rev. Jones Tyler and Rev. Mrs. N T, Green and childrenof ;l'l'By r M
fcsponslve Gloria-The Affirmation of i of .Lawtey. These very progres- After the thrill of tne hunt on subjects pertaining to Easter. Hartstleld of Baldwin were guestsof Lawtey visited Mrs H. C. MUs Velma Norman PI ;1
|e sive Youth Choir members Mr. and Mrs Louis H. Hill! Wimberly Friday.
are "
number of Me and
Faith.sson was over, a games "Come Unto Rest 1
from The Holy Scripture aiming high and should receive were played and refreshments solo by James Belchman of Tay- Monday. Miss Beth WImberly was a visitor Miss Hazel Manning of Jacksonville J
the support of every person residing were served. lor's, S. C., accompanied by Miss Mtsa Abble Harley of Starke to Starke Friday was the guest of Miss 4 '
storal Prayer: Rev. Herbert within the community Miss! Enza Blanchard's party Elizabeth Forrest, pianist, also spent Sunday In Lawtey with her Mr. and Mrs. 1>. C. Reid, of Velma Norman Sunday; : r ,
whether a member of any churchor parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley. Maxville were here Saturday.
IHazzard. Is still being talked about! Her of Taylor's S. C. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Manning w I sstr
not, as everyone la Invited to Friends of Jesse Prescott of w
loral Response by the Choir. i pupils were Invited to a dinner Offertory: "Ohl! What a Day." I of Starke spent Saturday night'i i l'
attend these meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cocks the Clay Hill! section will regret
ifertory: "Living For Jesus but when dinner time arrived Assisting In the candle lighting with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Howard, r
were visitors at the home of Mr. to learn of his serious Illness at red Mt
|Misses Easley Shuford Caro- MUCH ENTHUSIASM: each guest was handed a colored Service which l followed were: his F. M. Norman and son, Levy, ",
I I and Mrs. Charlie Dlnkln during home.
Jllne Moore, Ernestine Moore, OVER NEW CHOIR thread and told to hunt for his Misses Virginia Drawdy, Evelyn made a business trip to Lake ;
Mr. and
I Moore the Easter holidays.. Mist Cocks Mrs. Preston Padgettand t
Lou Edwards Barbara The newly organized Grace meal. Warren, Grace :McDonald. Vlr- Butler Monday. Y
I'will be remembered as Miss Mildred children of Maxville were
I Betty Moore. Choir gave Its first program These threads led under glnla Anders, Irene Prevail and Dinkins. visitors. here Wednesday Mr. Miss Velma Norman has returned : t dr ,

xology.yllll Ye Faithful." Easter Sunday morning. So much chairs, behind doors, almost any Mrs.: Joe. Harrell, Jr. Mrs. G. W. Roberts attended Padgett! Is Just recovering froman to her home after spendlnl'I Mt
: "Come Herbert Hazzard. enthusiasm developed that Mon- place one would never think of Recitation: "Christ Arose ," U. D. C. meetings in DAytona attack of pneumonia. a few days with Misses Violet ''N i .M
rmon: Rev. day evening Mrs. J. T. Witt, Mr. looking, and then--each pupil located Miss Grace McDonald. Beach and Lakeland April 9th Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Marr and and Geneva Rosier of Amn.r''

Jrayer.losing "0 For a and Mrs. David W. Moore and I a lovely Easter basket bearing Lee Enfield Pastor, gave an and 10th.E. son Hilly, of Mime, spent the donda. ;' 'y
I Hymn : To Sing." several members of the choir, his name and filled with sandwiches -I Inspirational message on "I Am J. Roberts la upending a week-end with Joe Marr and Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Denmark h i
Thousand Tongues Misses Gene Edwards, Clara Mae salad and cake. The Resurrection and the Life." ig
week as the guest of his daughter family. and son Donnle. of Jacksonville '
ERLY EARL HATCIIERkr Harley, Patsy Roberts, Caroline I THE Mrs. J. M. Oliver, of Bald- Mrs. R. M. Dampier and Mlsa were guests, of Mr. and Mr. Russell : r r "'
and Mrs. Earl Hatcher ofEpa and Betty Moore decided to hold I win. Edith Grlffls of Jacksonville were Norman over the week-end. : '
WAS DAZZLINGThe AprU 14th. 900 cratesof ,
announce the arrival of a an impromptu practice forthwith.As dinner guest of Mrs H. C Wim- Mr. and Mr. Levy Herman ,.
Easter Parade In from ,
Lawtey berries were shipped i
liter, Beverly Earl, born' the Boy Scouts were meet- GRAHAM berly Monday.The and family of Vanderbilt and "
In de- from S3 50 to
as every community, was a Lawtey, selling i
Ing Grace Church with the School of JacluonII
at Baptist Sunday Mia Hazel Manning ?
hi 9th.Irs. Mrs. L. C. Smith
light to behold. S4,00 crate. April 15th 1,300crates
from Jacksonvilleand per ,
graduate of Scout Director held an enjoyable Easter Egg yule were In Starke Sunday aft
Hatcher, a ,
School will bee the church was not availablefor Miss Enza Blanchard's corsageof were shipped averaging BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONSA hunt Sunday. afternoon on the ernoon. .f'
afford lbered' High as Miss Dolly, Dink- practice, the home of Mr. and long stemmed Palmer violets about $3.25 per crate. number of friends and relatives Church grounds Mr. and Mr* Bob Halslop and t: },
Mrs. W. Fred Moore was selectedfor was something long to be re- gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Durranceand son, Fred, of Rising were visiting '"I

a meeting place as their two membered for originality and. NOTICE F. R. Carradlne! announces that Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling Saturday Miss Colleen Durrance of Mr, and Mr*. Levy Norman Tues I' ;l eW.R.
It McMURRAY: MOORE JR. eldest daughter are choir mem- beauty. In honor of Mr. Starling' Lawtey visited friend here Sun- day. III. t ,
te. and Mrs. Paul McM. Moore bers. Upon arrival the visitors Miss Lou Edwards' red, red any local items of Interest such birthday.Also L. Norman of this section l I
Baldwin announce the arrivala found that Mr. and Mrs. Moore Mexican sailor and B a rbara as visitors, birthday and wedding friends and relatives met day.Mr, and Mr*. Burton Carruthersand made a business trip to Gainesville I s wQ
| MR born April 9th at St.ent' were spending the evening In Moore' dainty white straw were anniversaries, births, marriages, Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mia Janie Marr, of Jackson- Wednesday afternoon. ;, m
Hospital, Jacksonville, Jacksonville but daughters Ernes- lovely examples of the modern death notices, or unusual happen Mrs. H. D." Wasdin in honor of ville, spent Sunday here with Mr. F, M. Norman and Mrs. !'t'S' I
ghlng seven pounds, thirteen tine. Barbara and Ann were Easter bonnets. ings. If addressed. t 0 "RUBY Mrs. Wasdln't 80th birthday an- Mrs. Ruth Marr and family, Russell Norman were visiting Mr., (, 1 ten"i
Cea, The baby has been named charming hostesses. Such a delightful -I Mrs. Louis H. Hill In her at- MOORE" and signed by the person niversary.Mr. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Miss and Mr*. Eugene Ellis of Worth J \ i
I McMurray Moore, Jr. evening of rehearsal was tractive tailored outfit and wide sending In the news, will be and Mrs. J. II. Surrency Ethel Ricks, J. F, Griff I and C. Ington Spring Thursday ,of, last 11.1 'IT) ,
ra. Moore, prior to her mar- spent that choir practice for straw hat, Mis Marie Thede and turned over to your local correspondent visited their daughters, Mrs. A. M. Grlffl were visitor to Doctors week. \ J
e, was Miss Lucille Johnson Thursday, evening at the church Miss Clara Mae Harley In beige if left with him or Mr. A. Padgett and Mrs. Jlmmle Inlet Thursday Everyone la asked to remember ifit: : I a.J .
Baldwin. was called. Spring numbers and Mills Patsy Grlffls In the drug store. Emery, at Hague Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Lee Moore and church services at Water Oak' I,! ,;
Roberta in a delicate blue dress Please be sure that news is Mr. and Mr. J. A. McKinney Mrs. Elgin Padgett visited friends thin week-end. '"f
with hat of matching color addedto turned in not later than Tuesday. visited relatives I n Wauchulaover at Glen St. Mary Sunday.Mrs. Wadeus Bloodsworth and JohnR. ,\ .
FUNERAL DIRECTOR the charm of Easter Day. afternoon Goo: o'clock of each the week-end. II. C. WImberly, Beth Williams of Ralford were R
I I Hj Many: Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Bender Mrs. Ed Davis created quitea week !If it la to be published in. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beck and WImberly, Ethel Ricks, J. F, andC. visiting Mr. and Mr. H. Lv Nor- f
EFFICIENT. PROMPT" COURTEOUS SKBVICB I sensation in a black straw hat the following Friday Issue. family of Palatka visited Mrs. M. Grlffis were in Jacksonville man Sunday.

MODERATE PRICES with daisy trim to match the I DADDY BECOMES FATHER, L. C. Smith and Mrs. H. D. Sunday. w
DeWITT C. JONES daisies In her silk print dress I j F. R. Carradlne returned home Roger Sunday. Mrs. J. R. Smith J. L. and GEM CLIPS Mo per M-
Starke, Florid Miss Carolyn Cosby, In her:,, Monday night after a short visit Mr and Mrs. Ancll Normanof Junior Smith of Lawtey were visitors BRADFORD COUNTY TBLKGUAPIL -
violet dress with hat of match-!I,| with his wife and daughter the Rising section and Mr. here Saturday. I
Linda Rebecca, who have been
. the guests of Mr and Mrs. Bud ti 3"I'O*
of Babson Park for
When it's an uphill pull the past several weeks.

Wednesday morning Mr. Car
i radlne received the following letter

1 and from Linda, age seven: rS

f .pause "Dear Father: / ,w
I had headache last night so r
I could not write and I felt sad /

the night you left,. au
How are Joella and Catherine (

getting along? '
Give Grandma my love. If' j

Your daughter Linda.P. .
S. How do you like being
called Father, Daddy?" i rsr
Mrs. Carradlno and Linda will ,, ;

return home during the early

R ,.,1,' part of May.CORRECTION. 1 ,
r fir: and Mrs

5 R Hubbard Harley' young son has
been jfbmed Andrew Hall Har
1 ley.
...w h/ )


Not many folks have the honorof
1 1I 1SAVI'
celebrating an 84th birth- r 1i
day, but E. J. (Uncle Jeff) V
Roberts did Just that April

X 10th.Others also celebrating this I anAPR

sd3 rd' ; week are D. M. Fryer and i
Richard Bennett, April 12th,

Mrs. G. W. Ilrown on the 15th, ON SAVE ON SAVE ON / SAVE ON '1.
., i Betty Moore and Inez Rosier,
9A 16th, and Miss Jewell Reddishon y1wgse'mytzf' GAS OIL M UPKEEP ,(
the 17th.A 1
for Mr. and Mrs. R. R. I

,Thed. April 16th.Mr. 'pp NO

andeMrs. A. M. Lewis and
.on. Alvin, were seen by your SNIFiea"/. NO y ; I 'rv
correspondent Sunday on State IkiCINE NC '
1v Road 13 driving North. Upon lOO1 f1SNER' "' NO NO

their return they admitted spending at- UNITIZED KNEE_ IIL ON NO NO i i607f
a wonderful afternoon E
Jacksonville Beach enjoying the GIaDEa NO NO Iaa. s
sunshine. l as_. NO N
qp aa.r__t
Mrs. J. T. Moore and son cwTUt i
George Brown, returned to Plant nv
City Sunday. Mrs. Moore Is a
primary teacher In an outlying -" ,.". ...::101! -iff -" 'If/ .". "'Jr '''1'0'... Jj .... J' f'

1 Its community 1941 school school term which Monday began, ;AlAIN iiifi( k f/B i; ii :- : f i 1.

April 25th. .'\., '.. J. iE
When you're completely refreshed, you're) Mrs. Minnie Sunms and Mrs. l"lt.1""I''' .'", hI .(',.r<:,''JY' E

1 Alston Rhodes of Jacksonville ,tr __ _"_..1.uf": '
ready to go. Everybody welcomes the were Easter guests of )II'. and
Mrs. David W. Moore. I
happy after-sense of complete,refreshment Miss Ernestine Moore has found I + z I''
a pair of eye glasses. The per TORODE CHEVROLET CO. l
which ice- old Coca-Cola alwgys brings.So son losing same may have them .

by calling at the home of W. F.
when you pause, throughout the day, Moore and Identifying/ them.
The Rev. and Mrs. Lee Enfield STARKE FLORIDAAll
make it the, paw. that refreshes with Ice- YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY had as week-end guests:

Mia Ruth Grice. Mis Elizabeth
Coca-Cola.. Forrest.Robinson James aH Belcham.of Taylor's and Hubert 8.- Chevrolet Are Shipped To Florida Not Driven :' I'Y

I OTrtro oNora AOTHQtmr OF rta COCM***COMPANY IT C.HIM I E. Masse. was the guest *o they come to you genuinely NEW!

CO. I of Mr.. Ury G. Sapp of Lake
STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING Butler for several days during j

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APR 1 81941 "

aiAom: v.tntrr i
FJUD.\r. jp ft._

Taxicab NightAt Whose Cows 'Life in A Camp Standing'Post Exchangfl'By Hale in The Dixie, ,cOins.r. Geiger Athletic Mr.. Club Emma U C.A.George Gray,,

City Council On Call Street? ., Principal. 'Mr f... J. Ore..n.A.. D.
Orlffl. H. P. May: I.. I>. Oreen
AH.. Hall. Mrs. 1%. F. Han-rick KINGS
Tuesday! night was "taxlcab Whose cows are roaming the e A. H. Harley. Jr., 'Mrs. C. B. L

}) night" at the meeting of the City streets of Starke< _J- Gpsl"v gyFI8Hf ACO.5 t:: Fund Harper*. Second Headquarter Battalion Co.184th Public Inf.,

A. K. McKlnney was pbY .' rI4r. C John Heg-e, High School Library
CounciL That is the momentous U .
ques- ; -I; 1 % *t_ H. Hill Sec'y. Trea. Lawtey BEACH
granted a permit to operate a lion that W. M. (Mitch) Ed. w l ( )atir5 ,, ? rz.L taqi Nat'l A'n. Federal Land Bank

taxi exclusively for colored people ward he I la to find COfri d Columbia, 8. C., IIr.over-Futch
M nays going p q .. (.oo : o., *C. E. Hoover Mrs. C. F.
''L I: : soldiers and civilians. lie will out-and In order to do so, he has L4 Hoover, Treaii. American Ked Cross, LAKEFRONTMENTPARKAT AMtS
begin he stated with two or bought nine miles of barbed wire! Mr A.Don Hoover, .Rufu. Jackson .Col
'YM John. Gloria John .
; three taxis and add to them as Mr. Edwards la chairman of the .. FV Mamie. John ., *M. L.; Johns,

: occasion demands. City Council and says that every V. T ., U .. I ,,. Thelma'Junior Class John, Entelle Fred U.Kendrick Jones,

r This action struck a responsive time a stray boauy wanders down .1ll..f-: _. V r4e Black Trea Dance of th.- Month Kingsley Lake
N Club Genevieve C. Kenly Mr ,
chord with the Blending officials, the street the people say "I'll ,v 1 Marie Klckllter .C. Wesley Larson*

a. expressed by Col. O. W. Mc- bet that'. old Mitch Edwards'cow /f1 ,, r "11. H. Lewi. 'Library Fund U
!*' V V A. Oray. Principal, Oeo. C. Liv..ngston -
Neese present at the meeting, .. Dec'd by !IS. O. Man.kr & -
/ .
who "would like to nee somebody "I wish I had all the cattle Frank Carter, Admx., Mr. T. T.
Long, Loul. Service Station Wil
operate at a price the negroes that people say are mine" Mr. liam Mahler 'Margurlef* Shop
can Edwards remarked the other day. t9 Miss Ollle Marr T. B. Maesle E.
: ii'r ; \... Matthews, 8eo. Buein.s( n Men'.
Col. McNeese and two other "nut I've bought 33 rolls of barb- V 2.o1\ + ',''lub E. 8. !Matthews, Odn. Parish

high-ranking Camp .Bland Ing officer ed wire fence and as soon as I vauIJs I He'I'll. Madge Mlddleton, .W. B.
_ were present upon Invitation Set all my cows shut up I'll see ? .? s1 7 HUM. ::D.u* .vllddleton.)Ital Acct., w.'Mm.13. W.Mtddleton E. Mlddleton, Ho- SPEED

of the Council to talk over who those. running around belong LlAasEs. -..- Ur. or Mr. W, C. Miller. Arthur BOAT RID}
V Mllllken Mr.. Bdythe P. Mont-
the taxi situation the object be- to. a s t romery T. L. Monk, 'Mrs. J.i M. BAThINGBOATING
ing to keep harmony between Several years ago a wire fence c Hoore IIlIfrll. Ruby Moore. *J. M
: Mott, Ivan or Daisy Morris LBS-
Starke and the Camp and between was erected around the entire a .couJs' ,a ey McClellan. e Volley MeKlnner.,
the Camp Blending and the town of Starke to keep the cows .1 >lr.. Nelle Nollman, .
Gorman. "Tullle N. Norman '
W. W
Starke taxi 'companies. out but property-owners still .t Pack ham, *Dr. W. D. parks, Mr
(}. T. Pearce, Harold Pearce, 'Mrn. -
Lt. It. G. Kldd who now, has complain about devoured shrubbery
: J. 1... Peek. Cohen Peel., 'hrs. E.
4 ,t 10 taxis 'In operation for the and trampled flowers. ,(:. Perryman Raymond E. Plum-
i ner IIH. V. Purvis, .W. P. HltnI -
Starke Company was given per- I Jail Jr., Remlng-ton Rand Inc., *M. BAR-
mission to add more aa needed Deeds Filed !Uhoden. Lacy Hltrdon. *Mr*. H. C. -CUE
Company Itltoh, O. W. RobertH, 'Mrs. Iola '
of a -
and the application
Koberta, Roberts"* Motor Co. Willie CHICKEN DINNERS'
from Galnenvllle for a franchise Wesley Holmes and wife Mln- Roberts. Jr. eli. V. Saxon. 'Mia !
was refused. rva, Holmes to Rosetta William'on Building Permits, Boldest Thief ? LEGAL NOTICE I .N.'j'lia A.,J.lelle*J. L.shepard Hlluox.11*Mr VH.*:. ot D. U y FISH DINNERS

March 23; J. W. Edwards to tt 'llcox :J.' C Simmons, Ituth Alice
I 'Ni: >tlce"l 'that
gissfl I J
More Changes Joseph William Kdwards, Jr., El- E. A. Wlnkler,' one-story store : t"t"the hqp1e.,'ot'Joe Wilson JustSaturda if. Lee Comptroller of th. State, Smith.Impnon: hogan, *Joe Smith HlBtrunk I F. S. SHRIMP DINNERS
b bert Middlemen Edwards and Hal- building '40X4'0. 3,000, April i. *'n1 t"while the .lights with}f Flniiila.the! provisions acting by of and purmmnt W. H. Smith .\V. II. Smith> F. Smith Odn., COLD

.4 1 In Call PropertyJudge lie Elaine Edwards, March 26; R. W. '0. Nelson one-story store were -burning brightly: iir the living 15877. Act of 1933. do Chapter hereby givenotice No. u.Austin,,,. oKhia Carey Smith Smith. *"W.W. 11.H. Smith Smith,, DRINKS

A, Green and Lucile H. Green to room', and several persons to the following: Individual Odn. Ho Kan Smith, Jr. *W. H BEER ON
K. concluded building on the corner of Walnut \m r"l'olll'nlzed I rrwrtUnm of the Smith, Odn. TAP
E. Ferryman of Louie
W. were in the back of the ' E. Hayes J. W. Slatrunk and and Madison house ( UNTY BANK nndor| Smith !Spires Lumber Co.
streets Starke
a deal with Congressman concrete Mrs. Wilson went into HANK OF STAHK!!:. located at Hla-h School
./ L. D. Vlnlng trustees for Bradford the living ."It Library Fund F. C.
blocks $3,500. 3. .rke. Florida that thirty days
this week which .April Stoke *B.
R. A. room to turn off the after Strickland. Mm. L.
Lodge No. 35 Free and Ac- lights ana date of publication of thl.noU..e W.
along I with property already Mae Edwards, frame residence discovered In dividend cherku or warrAnts Thomas H. O. Htrohfeldt. -
cepted Mason, and their successors a man the house stronar, Trean. Lodge S. M.
owned by the Judge gives him in office March 26: Mary O. April 4, on lots 4 and 5 In the reaching for two ladle' purses payable accordance to them with will the be provl..lonlllof ('...no'ello.dIn Charlie H. No. Martin bill, Betty* Strong Odn.

possession of a large corner lot- L. T. & Co. addition. thin Art unlena! those C. Sullivan Treaa.
left In the Her perMon"nam..11 Hope Church
V Wainwright and N. D. Wainwright room. scream- In thin <:Cemetery BIlly Tay- TRAILER
201 feet on Madison and 125 1-2 her husband to Martha R. H. Mathe" Son. at 0 rebuilding "a man in the house!"-frightened in person or by notice mall their shall Receiv prevent .lor."avlor, "Mra Pec'd. George A. ', F. M. PARK

feet along Court street. The lot Gottlieb March 31; Mrs. Maria of concrete blocks on LenGreen's the man away without taking er'the. C.rUfl..at..1I undersigned( to at the office of Exec., ,Mrs. W. bv II. Taylor C. O. Taylor.Joseph COTTAGESROOMS
TallahaHKee. .
secured from Mr. Green was 70 x Thornton to Mike Maruca March property east of Jerry's i time to pick up the purees He Florida, and receive such divtendwarrants. The.L 'ihoman, Mrn. Ollle Thomas
60 feet. 31; Berry Dyal and his wife Etta $3,800 April 11: W. B. Sewell. had gained entrance through the DrugCo.;.?dWoF:. Torode WOW

Judge Perryman traded Congressman 500 block on Walnut window 3. M. LEE: Comptroller I Banker, R. H. Tyson 'Mr. N. D.
Goodge Dyal, to W. H. Smith Street residence and jumped out the same State of Florida." I Walnwrls-ht. 'Mrs. Or
ace Waln-
Green a lot back of April 1; Leonard Kinchen and $ .00O. April 11: Carl Hal- way. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK! wright, "Mr. LoulneVard, -W. C.

Koch's Drug Store on Court Frankle Jeanette Kinchen to Robert pern business house on Bradford O. W. Alderman, T. C. Account V Ward,, R*C. D.R.Welln. "C. R Whitehead -

V Street 18 x SO and another lot L. Richard and Jewell R. County Telegraph lot $100 April Junk I.Caruisance .American.W. W. Kalnden Red ,CronH*L,...venl, *H. Barker Austin, Lawtey Sunday School Wbltehead, W. C. Trea Whit-

_ Joining this lot on the east side Richard April 1; Joseph Edwards 9; D. E. Knight residence lots r. W. Bedenbauyh *T. A. Hrlnnon ten ten, Admx.Miss Estate of W. M. Whit-

id ,x 40 which forms a triangle Jr., Elbert Middleton Edwards 13 & 14, Block 35. Peek's $3,000; The fact ar'e that old wrecked automobile Odn Mrn. F.Morris L. Colnon.Bryan,'Company Elmer. )j.Fund Cane Mann Charllne Co., -Earnest Whltten.!Wllmot! William Make Reservations for

coming to a point at the eastern and Hallle Elaine Edward to R. L. Thomas residence, L. T., &: parked helter-skelter Hdq Co. 2nd Hn. 124th Inf.. T. T. Mrn.Ira Lenthal Wilson. L. Wyman, 'Mr.' or

boundary. The deal ''also' called Mae Edwards. April 2; A. G. Co., $1,000 April 8; Mae Edwards on Side, walks. ,streets and driveways Crews Long let K. Lt.T., Steve Crews Clark. Mm. *F..l. 'P<1,. beth a Wyman. Wyman Ruth Elisa Picnics and Dinner ParJ

_ for: an outlay of $1,730 on the Thomas to J. I. Chason April 3; residence Lots 4 & 5. n e ajr many garages inStark. Croft MPH. Urlariry Olrklnnon. fifty indicates cent, warrant for lea than
part'of the L. T. & .,- caused. Councilman Odn.. Margaret L. Podd *Mldney
Judge. Co. worryat
Mlttle Cowart Charlie $400 April 4.
to Cowart
I K. t>odd, *J. K. ?
the I Doug-Inn, O. W. 00----_ ,,__--__ _. _..
meeting _._
Th'ls Tuesday night [) -
yar. .Mre.
gives Mr. Green an alley April 7; A. 8.. Strickland and Edward: -

pace back of his property and Lizzie Strickland, his wife to Injured On Motorcycle and started them on.a campaignto Trean W, F. Iadle Epperson: Aid, ChrlHtlan Admx,, Mrn.Church K.,
clean .
t also sufficient room to extend Ruby A. Hayes. April 7; J. W. i up After complaint by H. Fernandes, Tream, Mrn. JolJ. WE WILL BUILD FOR YOU
Kleldx. *
several citizens Mrs. Maud
g If desired the present stores at Holmes and Morine Holmes to .__EdBrown_ __._._, an_ employe. of Clay- present at the for Ha.el Irene Field S... Fields.1\...... Debbie.
the back-Koch'a. Jerry's and the L. F. Green and Pinkie Green toll r ranK.. uncrai' M u 0 meat i meeting. the Council Instructed Fortner.' .0..0. A.' nA.rdln.-" ... 'h..-.....__ Homes, Stores General Construction _
Crescent |Ilts attorney, Marcus F. Brown. darner *Oldden* & Hog-era Co.; Completed
Columbia 8 City met with .
Military Distributors. April : Emma Pearce Hill and an acci- Mm. J. O. Uodwln Odn. for Wm. Efficiently
Reasonably and
Louts H. Hill to J. W. Holmes dent Sunday afternoon five miles to draW' up'a city ordinance on U. Uodwln. Muse Oraham W. C. Rapidly

8 Annie E. to Mrs. out on the Lake City the subject-one with teeth in it Oreen, .WlIey Ore en. Joe Orlffln, By
New Building April ; Darby highway.I Odn. Mrs, J. W. OrlfflH, Virgil
Carrie D. Ritch. April 9; Della According to J. W. Morgan a -so the several< Now Under Way I past might be stopped-or else: .H. Drew Co., *Ambrose Haberthuer.
Catherine widow of friend of
Hoover. Cyrus the Injured man. Mr. Mr*. Ida Hasan. *Mr*. W. O.

F. Hoover to Pellum and Brown was returning from Chat-. Italic Odn. 'Hampton Lodge No, Now In Starke
.tex Green Is erecting a newbuilding Sewage tie *Mr. A. H. Harley Odn.,
Justine Pellum April 11; Don tahoocbee to Crescent City on a 'giant Lewln Harrln 'Mr*. J.. C. Harris,
adjoining Jerry's on Call Hoover to Fred Pellum and wife I[motorcycle when he evtdently fell *U C. Harris, Odn.,. *Mrn. L. C. CONSULT US IMMEDIATELY
Itreet. It Is to be a one-story committee consisting of City Harrln, Odn., W. C. Harris 'Al-
Justine Fellum. April 11. asleep and ran Into the rear of ; Council Chairman M. bert Hartman, Odn.. W. B. Hayne..
buUdln"of concrete blocks and II
an automobile. He I R C. Helberg-er, Odn. for JJ:. C. PRICES T- PLANS
to was 'brought wards*City CUi'k Carl Johns Brewenter R. .
cost around 3800. It will be and HelberKer. Trea. I
95 Hurt In Wringer to Starke In a private car where Engineer M Edwards Mervel. Mickey.. H. U (.. Club. W.
x 60 and will house two was appointed C. "., *C.
a deep In his1 ar ,
store*. one of them 15 x 60 and gash forehead was Tuesday night at the City M tei'lllr( I. C. :lokbll A. P. WHITELAWBEEKMANBUILDING
Little 22-months old Billie dressed, later he Huffman
was carried to Elisabeth
Council' Holllnrworth
to confer with --
the other 20 x 60. the State .11'. C.
I Torode was victim of a serious a Palatka hospital. Board of. Health James F. Holllnf worth.
It Is I
likely that ,the Western 'regarding the HolllnKBworth Mary ORGANIZATIONMagnolia
I accident Monday afternoon whenhe proposed Hunter, *U R Hutto W. R. Intfntham -
Union modern
occupy the smaller sewage system I). C. *
D. C.
got his right hand In a .clothes Fee For ArmoryThe and .disposal\" '' for" Odn. Mrs J.Jone'j Hotel
space though R. (Bob) Casper.mana&er plant Starke. 13. Johns 'Charley Starke:

of the local branch said wringer City Council They made a special trip to Jacksonville I Johns Mr*Odn.. Jo:. F.for John Harry. *Mr.Jerome.. J. .....- .. .- ...... -,
Tuesday -
the deal had not yet been closed.It fits mother had taken him over night Wednesday afternoon for ''r... Johns, Jamea t, Johns Mrn. -
to the home of his grandmother unanimously decided to make a that .Thelma Johns, 'Jennie Johnson
was not learned what business purpose.DanceSaturday
of Charley K. Johns, James T. Jon.,
would occupy the larger store Mrs. J. H. Redgrave, and In some charge $10 per night plus $2 f._ C. _Jonen. (un... Krazler Koll"v. CLASSIFIED ADSFOR
while light bill for dances held in the i|. Kennedy "H. V. Knight.
though It Is understood that aNew way they were doing some Night I). Lane, Admr, .Lawtv }'ar-
York firm haa leased It. washing Blllle got his hand in Armory-this to be kept In a I.w' Teachern Annn. W. C. Wooten SALE-Forly-seven
the It that the fund to be used to put the floors Joe Robin (loi the Tic Toc Tap .... *M. L. Lewis thin for Ruth acres on LOST-Key* to postofflce box!
R. H. Mathe wringer. seems State
& Son the Farm Road
are Lewis, M. I... LewU Udn. Just outside 349. Finder return
back in announces that for Ida please
shape at the close of the a dance will be ,
contractors. hand Itself was not seriously i May I-wl. *Emery Lewis,' Qdn. the city limits of Starke. Mr.
Dr. W. E. Mlddleton.
hurt. but his wrist was oeason. An exception was madeof held, In the Armory Saturday' for Verolee Lewis Emery f-wl. '
badly C. V.
the night Odn. for Irene Lew.. 'Minn Bertie Simpson, 3S2 West
American April
crushed. Legion dance to 19. Music will be Lilly. K. U Long, *V. Masonic List with
New Photo StudioCarl McKlnney, S t r eet, Gainesville your property
be held May 9-the furnished\ by New Odn. for Cheater
The X-ray revealed that no reason being a England ert Matthews Robert McKInney, Rob- FI!". -11-4.. F. H. A. Mortgage Loans J

Halpern a resident of bones were broken. that the Legion had turned over swing band' according to Mr. Robin Odn for isaac William. Matthew'Mr.. H. For Sale: Completely equip! ;
Its entire hail free of charge to who also plan an amateursingIn I). May Odn. Wilson May. Mr. FOR RENT-Excellent
Hollywood, Fla., for the past four W. H: 'eflor.Madg0 Midiiston; houses and ; restaurant at Camp Bluti

years, opened a photo studio on Revival Under WayDr. the new WPA Recreation project., ) contest, and several dance Tr.."*., *14'. T. Afetstcer.. ;Odn., Luther, ap'rtments.-Mary McLaughlin, and Starke. These are exceb

the vacant lot adjoining the Brad- prizes, < Miller Maude Mitchell, O. A. alit.ehell. realtor. Box 1173 Phone 936-
Moieley' Mr* Anna
ford County Telegraph last Sat Joe S. Faulconer pastor Gets WhiskeyNight i L. Moore, *R. A: :Newnome. 'Holand. W'. Cordova St. Augustine Fla. For Sale: Filling station on 0

urday. of the Christian Church, Ashland Religious FilmA"taflcing Overatreet.f'arrlnh. May Mary 1\1'C.. Patchett Parrlnh. *'Por O. M. -11"2tp highway with living quara

; Mr. Halpern has had 30 year Ky., I. preaching each evening at patrolman Fred Sapp ter ttefety Heal Co., Public Funds, space for general store Inclu*

experience in photography, and 7:30 o'clock at the, Christian captured 15 gallons of illicit liquor picture of "The Life Long Hdqn., Co.Flrt 2nd Lt.Bn., 124th Inf. T. T. FOR SALE!-5 acres, B-room 3 acres of land. A barpft

was for several years! In charge Church. Chaplain James Sandlln, a negro and a truck last of Our Saviour" will be shown in Paul. Rudolf K. A.'Clyde Ha pp.Rhame J. C,. house Starke Fla. Pecan trees $1300.00..

V of the photo studio In the largest who has assisted with the meetIngs week. E. C. Clark who owns several the high school auditorium here Mapp buck &Oeo.Company A. Hauer, Mr, *Alma Sear." Roe and other fruit. Write Mrs. H. For Sale: 12-acre farm Incfefl

department store In New JerseyBamberger. reports excellent attendanceto small Jook Joints In Reno Thursday night April 24, beginning C. W. Smith, W. H.'mllthW.Ud.'Bhaw' D. Morris Box: 634, Phone 6-rm. house, barn. sublet, *|
date. paid a $75 fine on a whiskey at 8 for Austin. Gary H. 959-M Hendersonville
L>. M r. Halpern. o'clock. The film Is Hmlth Odn. for Dnnhla. Hinlth *W N. C. age. 200000.
makes "photos of the better and Special talent from Camp Blan- charge. His partner James the work of M;. and Mrs. George H. Hmlth. Odn. for hogan !Hmlth./ 4-11 3tp For' Sale 6-rm. house >goo.
Thorn ("Show Boy"), was arrested Jr., VV. O. Stanley. 8tarke :
larger kind" ding both vocal and Instrumental Sage. Jr., non-denominational Hard
while you wait. mlll- ware Co.. Harry Stephenon, 'Mr. FOR SALE-Two You can buy this. live In It,
Mr. Halpern plans to make Is used In the services Dr. Faulconl."r driving Clark's truck hauling sionaries. There la no admission W, A. Stern, Odn. W. A Stern counter madeof *"
Starke will deliver 15 gallons of whiskey. charge. A. tnh. Ft. KV :......._ M f- ply wood. New. Bargain. rooms, repair and paint it
his permanent home, and a special sermon -, Sw..en.OW. 8wi JDakt
d"8' : :ii. Moore's Store Keystone your spare time and
expect to bring his wife and tonight on ."The Challengeof Swindell *Mr. A. O. Jenkins. Sec Heights TilLS 1 11 I *
"The American Thoma.vllla Lodge No. .. Road. -18-2t handsome profit.
children here from Hollywood as Youth. His sermon subjects Way" -From The Dixie Emma Tanner, .Ellmaheth. 8730 Terry buy.

soon as he can get a houlto for Sunday are: "Heaven," and Sit. R. Thede! 'Allen Thomas Mrs. FOR SALE-at a bargain-Num H. }.
O. W.: W. T. Clute Realtor
"Life's Thomas. Mr. J. Frank .
Biggest ber
Thomas. "!. R. Thomas, Odn. 7 mowing machine. See Klnnon
Arthur Thompson *Mr.. Carrie Billle Jackson In of the Starke
Thornton. e B 'Tyson, 'Ophelia 119 JB. Call St.,

Do You Want A Miniature Hours ChangedThe Queen Tyson Bather M. F. Wiggins Mabry .Mr.Odn.. Juno,for Central :Truck Line Starke. ltp *
Wall. 'Mr*. Mamie C. Ward 'Mr. WANTED-An
Golf Course Methodist Church has r. t,. Ward 'W. 'I'. Weeks, 2nd. HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE- awake man or woman to

changed the hour of its evening Katherlne Weeat.t. Trea.. 'O WIU All metal steel frame Insulated after renewals and new'scription
Go In Business hams 'Mr.. Julia
Wilson W.
For services, the pastor Rev. H. A. Wlaeman 'Woman1. Club 'B. D.B. roof newly decorated painted. for the popular,

: c Yourself Spencer. announced. The Young Woodard BANK OF'H.STARKE H. Younst. Complete with kitchen utensil selling magazine Tn A "

Globe awftorUtes will construct People' Service will be held at Alderman A Son Inc.:. B. 3. Alder No reasonable offer refused. CAN HOME. It's ea T. f

7 P. M., while preaching service nun Jr.. T. J. Alderman, *T. J. Halle's Trailer Park Starke. and work and Is pAp
a nationally famous. Alderman Adm.
realistic Estate of Mr*.
will be conducted at 8 o'clock. Maybelie F. Alderman. 3. M. AIl Itp commissions. Spare tin* '

: miniature golf curse Amoney The hour have been changed :;c.c..d"L.fonA'p..t: Murden Jr., Write today t w
; 51 FOR required.
maker. Requires no experience from 6:30: and 7:30 o'clock. W. Andrew, Srd by Mr. J, ,W. 1-2 0 rector Sale Dlv1. Ion. *
to Andrew. Jr., Odn. 'Jacqueline An ft. General Elec. refrigera )U
operate. This maybe dre w., 'AnnlBton Bag Co. SW W. tor; General Elec. AMERICAN HOME
roaster Including
feur golden opportunity Recent BirthsMr. Balnden. Deo'd. b y Jessie Mae ZINE CO RPO RATION.!
: Hlakely' Admx. 'W. broiler unit; practically Ne* l"
now. For Information and fr* Trea Deo'd. by Je*;'I.WMaalts.; : new kerosene burner and Imported Fourth Avenue,
V and Mrs. Samuel Caruso. ely Admx., 'Baptlat Sunday School, New York.ANYONE .
eiuo plan' call our Starke representative Stark girl-Virginia Ann Marolla Barn*. *O. L. Beaaley' china dinner set for ,
-April .
Mr K. i.. .
Blfs-a, Deceased IIR. L. eight-Mr .
Solari. co Mr F. I
Mr. 6. Blrt | *
Iteekuuui, at Trea Oraham B a p 11 *t KNOWING
.Mr. and Church. Eat. :3. B. Deo'dt J. H. Long, 403 Walnut Stark. A.
tM Hotel 1 Magnolia, Up Mrs. Eustace Lee Kelly ( EL Futrh. xee Blltchb Boree ABOUTS of Ralph

New River, girl April 13. t pj(4 Mre. R,. H. Bore. "'Bradford i ltp former resident of Bu '

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown .' County Lodge No.Abstract It F Co.A ,M.'Bradford Bradford FOR RENT-Large airy room at Dade City, please writ JI "

Brooker 11-pound boy April,11. 7- ST I I .High Joyce School Brand Athletic Fund Klngsley Lake. Idea for sum Stout, Harris, Minn.

, _______ Henrett Brymer mer. Private
_J' aa a---- - -- t44f Wkltt Budget Burroughs AddingMachine pier. Reasonable
& a
Co., 'Canova. Pharmacy rates. Box 431-C.; .E9IERED
)Carl.Can"va, Mr. Jennie L. Card. Itp Inquire: at Green' 8101&
INSURANCE ,, Deceaeed by Roha
A N D. ,BONDS Carter- Owen C.rt.L.IIW.. H. Car- FOR RENT- -room house 2 1-2 BUSINESS
ter Mr. Caro T. Chandler, e\lre.! READY FOR
Id", Chase *O. B. Colnon. *:J. L. mile South of Starke on Road contractor. All
Conner 44r.. Leul.13.11 13. C. censed _
Con- Marks
..1'.. Preyatt. 'Thelm L.'Etta oRltch Starke, concrete eojtlpment.
HAROLD C. WALL ,AGENCY Corpenlng-. 'Blliabetn Cox Koi-e 4-18 2tp floor foUll
Cox, S Mr. U B. Crosby 'Mr... W.
R. Daughtery. 'C J. .Dinvl *. FURNISHED COTTAGES on work dirt hauling COlI
S U A. Davis *: I.
J. Davis.
Department. of Agriculture, Lake'-Santa Fe, 5 mile east of -A.- A.\Annls..

Constant Service Over 50 Years J. H. Denmark. Mary O. Dodd. Waldo. Electric lights, running
Nettle fowlIng. 'R. f- Mr.andlor market for eattll
Mr*. R. <..;. Dr.Wj. .... water Inquire L e w Dally
Edward. *J. W. Edward. .Elec Jewelry Co., Gainesville Flaw hogs. Auction Sale everyday
Please Phone 146 Starke I trIo Shoe Shop F, C. Holllng beginning at 2:30 P- ".,
wOl'thUre. Maud* &> Field Foot-
ball. Club. L. A.' Or )'. Principal Columbia Stoakyards.
e"H., :B. Franklin'Madeline Frisro, LOST-Braided blade leather bag. Fla Phone 481. See at .,nlf
_____ ... .. ,
r-1 a.- _--- Admc. E tat. Drfjftvfrlgro. .1., '
n. ..
... p. Finder Bot
--u. pleas return to Mr. .1. O.
-- --0 Futch. 'Mr*. i_. H. rutcb V. K. D. Odom. Jr., P.
F.-.1180": R. L. Oalleoor! Mr*. V, 1C Alvarez. It r Starke Fla.