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 25, 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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I APR 251941


Tradingreation and BRADFORD Home ,of the t

iMP BLANDING Center for COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries', M1 ,

This Side of heaven ;

Official County Publication. Established In 1877

ME bLCTY TH1t1yId TAJUU!:, fH>KIDA.. FB DAY.\'APRIL 25. 1941 1NUM11Ktlt

Laying INo-It Isn't Miami Beach Housintd t Fun Facilities At Legion Center ,i(' ''," j r'"j 'j.t i "pW''

I Will Be Expanded To Answer DemandJ. Berries. Reach ". J ,: '

Sewerd ITo Be Stu4iedBy J. Nuthall supervisor of the attendance at the Center. Recently "f. ," .'

American Legion Recreation Center at one of the amateur programs Peak This Week; I ; 't

4 A announces that within a Dill Parker and his family h
d Water Pipe Official short time there will be erected I entertained with musical numbers WI), ''

outdoor recreational facilities of I that will long remain a Season 'A Flop ;.. j 1 ,i
a nature that
will be Interesting pleasant .
\ very memory to the toys I, I ,
,e City has approximately) M. F. Brown chairman: of the to the soldlres of Camp Mr. Parker an ex-service man ,'jt. J 1 !NS ,
feet of sewer pipe and 2,000 r: Blandlng Including: a fencing .himself and sergeant-at-arms of Facing a fizzling season, with a
water pipe already on thedB Bradford County ,Defense Unit plate boxing ring ,,1
at punching bogs the American Legion Post, seemed the dire prediction ,that "nobodywill i ;
and Is beginningthe has received word that George as well as ball
and' badminton
Instinctively to know the tunes '
4f.A+ I \ make this I'
any money year" ,
I of laying It !In varIous sec .1 n. ae ik L. Walling 888OClai"I.'glonal coordinator courts. The athletic area : that would please the soldiers. ( ;:
according to will! be Bradford County farmers saw I .: j
city well
of the of the. {?Defense Hous- Illuminated with six Sergeant Rehberg's ((192nd Field
S. John!!, utility supertn- ing Coordination will visit Starkeon 1.000-watt outdoor reflectors. Artillery) rendition of "When their strawberry crops reach tbe.. :! j r ,
nL The need. Is so urgentfthe The boxing ring Is being built IrIsh Eyes Are Smiling" was ao peak: of production this week ;j:. j\ 1 j
red tape of the Govern Tuesday April't&for\ : the pur- expressly for the benefit of those
of favorably received that an encore with prices slumping and northern : ,
projects so slow that the pone securing "J&il available Interested In availing! themselvesof :
was There
Llll ahead with that part information conceding need for expert' Instruction necessary. was ,, states entering the picture a
go in self de- also
rope tap June.
wait housing by reason bf with deadly competition. 4 '
,. work that cannot army activities fense. "Gluhwurmchen"
sewer pipes are 6-Inch and,. In Starke and vicinity.." The regulation fencing plato one of the staff, members.performed by "We 'were just too 'j '1

n pipes, and, In addition to Mr. Walling wishes to meet !t' is being built In response to the Earl M. White ((192 Field Artillery the concensus'-pf ae

Street, where the work has with representatives' of the City I''I clamor of the niandlng muskceteera Hq. 1'ost, 43rd/ \ Dlvlxlon),i ford growers' whose bad' Yr ,
Iiy begun, sewer will also ben Council and other' agencies In of various companies. One sang "A Shanty In Old Shanty lowed 'closely upon
the north end of Temple the City Hall' and the Army of the most ardent fencing enthusiasts Town", Joe Wright of Portland. fort uno in the Plant r

UB and on several of the and the National Resources Planning I Is Sergeant McCoy of Mo., sang "When You Wish Upon : where .receipt (usually ; ,
streets. Mr. Johns stated. Board have''been requestedto the 31st Division Headquarters A Star", Walter V Walsh : to three million
Ions will also be made ins have representatives! present. 'I Company who Is striving continually staff pianist, received loud applause to reach even the ;

parts of the city. A Joint report, 'combining the ,t to organize teams In his In response to his rendition mark w
,o out on Church and Weller l ideas of the group and the cooperating division ao as to perpetuate the of Prelude in C Sharp Around 24.936 crates
s where there Is only a agencies will be made. I art. It 19 believed that this will Minor". keted from Starke

-quarter Inch water pipe acordtng to information receivedby I be the first and only exhibition The American Legion Recrea- this week with the ,

(people have to bathe In re- : Mr. "JJrown from the State ,' fencing plate ever erected In tion Center Is stuffed and main estimated at $2.60.
and It takes 30 minutes to [ Defense CeuncU.. Florida There will be instruction tained for the benefit of the the week were' around
lie bath tub," the City will It was also stated that there In the art of using the sabre soldiers and, sailors of bur country So far this season + ;
two-Inch water mains Mr. [ Is a posibtUty that Gen. Albert and epee as well as the foil. by the State-wide Recreation' 930 crates have been i '

) said. Even these pipese I H. Blandtn might attend the This expansion of facilities was Project of the Work Projects with an estimated
only temporary as larger meeting since he serves on occasion necessary because of Increased Administration of 8034000. Last i
I be needed later. .,;/ pkxirs +t date 3,640,790
will ; : tog ;. as field ID .n'for the State i : pints e
_--W.: .__c___._____...... '_ '..-._, ., j Defense -Council.; Fifty Fair : sold, bringing; growers '
Fun-Loving Femmes I

Ie HopeId beach The to 106th Camp Engineers Blandlng.. The can't palms go to and the girls beach are, so imported they bring, but the the Circuit Court tf ,i Gladly Lend Glamour To Blanding Dances More M
sand is Blanding'i own, and 'there's plenty more where it came from. By Pvt. A. W. Anderson sergeant Tommy Bllello. head ,

( For NoegelNoegel Memorial Day To Be Observed Next. Week I agreed Fifty to pretty give Starke the soldiers Girls have at quarters Intermission batery features of the 114th.have been For ,BlandingLike

With ,. 'Camp BlandIng arranged and Miss Ginger He-
Excellent Program At CemeteryMemorial a "break". They
bert of New Orleans and her sir
local resturant The, following list of jurors will\ attend the formal regimental !
r, waa stabbed In the back will be ball. which brother Hayes Hebert of the Tennyson's. .
Day observed The. program for Sunday afternoon have been drawn to serve duringthe begin tomorrow (Saturday
I a butcher knife easy Wed- here Sunday afternoon at 4 o' follows: Military March by Spring term of.Circuit Court, ) nIght with a dance sponsored 156th Infantry, will do an. Interpretative Dlandlng construction ,
y morning according to re- clock at Crosby Cemetery under band; Invocation; reading. "Lest which convenes, here Monday: by the Mississippi men of tap dance. Prior to dence at going on-.If headquar'j, { vat
in the house of Samuel the direction of the W. T. Weeks We Forget" :Mrs. L. G. Powell; F. R. CarradlneF. Register the Slst (Dixie) Division's I14tb .Induction for his year of army least indefinitely, p d
i about three or four miles Chapter United Daughters of the Music by band. Medley of Southern W. M. HoUings-O. F. Tomllnson Field Artillery.'These dances will service Hebert and bin: sister The building program j t

n i Road 13 toward Jackson- Confederacy. airs;'short talk by Mrs. G. W. worth Geo.: Cheshler be held In the recently completed The were a professional danclnj,tam, tinue 'for two more u ti' fi

It Is aid that another The Chapter Historian, Mrs. E. Roberts, president W., T., Weeks T. N., Norman, 3. ,H. Fields Dixie Division service club 114th has arranged oticr way, callingfor' an '
stated his. Ernest Noe- L. Bigga was fortunate in securing Chapter U. D. .C., Chapter historian E. Strickland H. M. McRa under the direction of Mrs. C.. W Intermission numbers. of several hundred t (
[Joe's brother. la' said to live Cnatker, service Only the enlisted men of the lars In addition to ith !
: as ppeaker of the day VictorM Mrs. E. L., Biggs Introduces Rusaell Cater' Oscar Carter'M. : club senior Iiostes -
> place where Joe was stab- HOVi '.' ..: who .Is from regiment sponsoring th. dance already spent |ni, '
: Major. _U. S. Army, the speaker .Major ,Hoyla; ? F, Wiggins ,Merrill McMillan Starke, are permitted to attend and t 1
Regimental, 'Chaplain. who Is a Address._ by VictorM.; Hosts J. C. Sapp .x./ 0. Norman Jn an; about..800. young ladles : they .OOO-man capacity t ro
Noegel was' given" treat. native" the muth "and f"Con Major. ,u:. 'S. .Army, and "hagtmental E. E." North. """ RS B. Hornsby from Starke Palatka Lake But- may bring. their wives or sweethearts. camp now def1n1tel / t
here and hurried to the federate lineage. Maj. Hovis'ls I Chaplain; music by ,band Percy' Sullivan Cephas Harrell 1 ler. Jacksonville. ,OalnsvlJlo) tomorrow night only officer will be to ColonelA. attend I In the ''United ,Stales : ( ,

ua County' Hospital Gains-.J, a veteran 6f World War 'T, and "God Bless America" and the Joe S. Grlffis R. J. .Waters Green Cove Springs, and Lawtey G. Paxton commander, of the Principal f
Physicians hold out no')has .over 19 years of service In "Star,Spangled Banner;; taps by Buddy Russ C. A. Jenkins, will 'don their evening gowns'and 114th who will dance the firs.* that of a post ,tlnano
i for Mr. Noegel's recovery.ever some part of the army. For sev- Boy Scout; decoration of graves I E. A. Sapp Jr. go to the dance which will last dance and then make his exit, four quartermaster :
eral he John Shuford R. A. GrlffisH. from eight o'clock to 11:30 o' latter will hous the
his slater Mrs. A. M. years was a lecturer'on There are burled at Crosby I In accord with the :
n, of the A &: A Cafe said Ellison-White Chautauqua Circuit Cemetery 51 Confederate veterans -' D. Jones J. L'. Silcox clock in army vehicles providedby such ocaslons.etiquette The next governing termaster 'and. officers

bday morning: that he was which extended. over most ,of the nine Federals six Spanish C. C. MelvIn Nathan Hall the 114th Field 'Artillery. "hop" the girls will attend will sonnet of camp ..
a blood transfusion Wed- towns In United States and Canada American and 11 World War sol! K. G. Duncan G. W. RobertsR. Many mothers will also attend be given by Special Troops This job will possibly w
afternoon also A. Newsom John Godwin to act as chaperones. Mrs. W. D. regiment a purchase and hire
py and would be ; and has served churches diers. The flag under which each May 2, then on May 3 the
two more Thursday.ruso in California Washington, Colorado soldier fought will be placed on Lacy Silcox C. R. Cooper Sewell and Mrs. K. G. Duncan 106th Engineers. have a dance construction rr a!
| Is in the county jaiL Nebraska and Alabama. his grave also a bouquet of flow- have been especially Invited by scheduled and on May 7th the at a cost of

Maj. Hovls' last pastorate ,was ers. Inspector Here Mrs. Chalker. 10th Field ,Artillery from down 000 employing; around w

is Improving with first Christian Church Montgomery All 'Daughters of the Confederacy .The noldires will wear their : Tampa way will be the sponsors. sona. )
Ala., and he has been, and anyone having flowers Dr. H.. H. Rothe, bacteriologist summer uniform: khaki shirt [ Girls. from other towns never The five new ''
ery Store Chaplain of the 117th Field' Ar. are requested to bring them tied and veterinarian with the State tie, and trousers. Munlc will be could compete with the straw constructed: between j

R. tlllery for over 11 years. up In a small bouquet to be used Department of Agriculture was played during the evening by the berry-fed type of beauty and quartermaster '
Johns "& Son are remodel- L. R. Driggers Director,of the In .decoration. here on business for' the Department 13-plece "'Ole Miss" orchestra, charm and without a doubt the Main Avenue (
and painting! their store on 117th Field Artillery Band has A cordial invitation Is extendedto the first of this week. Dr. which In military life Is the 114th Starkeltes will be the most popular as Road D) and will 14, 1 +
Ington street near the S. A. very kindly consented to bring:! the Jones-Whlte-Langford Foot, Rothe I. -one of 'four officials in band. Decorations for the dance girls present. These dancesgo manent offices for 4
Pot. It will soon be "as at. the band and play on this oc American Legion the Boy Scouts the state of Florida who Inspect are In the making under the to prove too. that a soldier's non divisional finance 'I d ? i
ive" a place as there Is In casion. and the public in general. dairies and frozen desserts (Ice guidance of Lt. Edwin E. Wells life Isn't all hard work and early their personnel, and d
e, Carl Johns said.The cream sherbret custards and 114th recreation oflcer and staff hours comprising thAI;;,'camp

e walla have been painted similar products). He makes terl and camD ou..t..t.r _.._. .11.P ,
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e with black border while Two Churches Join Weldon Elected about two visits to Starke each corps. 1

exterior done in of the building has In Vacation School Legion Head month. For'the moat part, he Work StartedOn Rack From VacationJ Adltlonal housing facilities for i

aluminum. gave a good report of this sec. New Building the Sixty-Second Signal Batta
e Johns' have been In bust- Beginning Monday morning at S. A. (Steve) Weldon was tion. M. Alvarez and John Sharpe lion now encamped at Fort McPherson i
there since 1918. and handle R. H. Mathe & recently returned from Hot
the Jones- contractors
of elected commander of Son Ga., but sa
9:00: o'clock the first session\ Springs. recently order'i'h
V and where
staple groceries; a Vacation Langford-White Post American ; began this week the erection they wentIn ed here, will 'be constructed. It S
) ((4
>lets line of the Presbyterian-Episcopal Re-appointed order that Mr. Alvarez might
meats both nand at meeting held on April
Legion a
of a new store building for take the famous was pointed out that, contractors) P
western; Tuxedo feeds; Bible School will open. This T. treatment !
> Materials William! BaRn of New York City for sciatic rheumatism. are successful bidders 'on ,
; and are "one of Bible School will run for two Other officers elected at that these latter two jobs will murnl -,
largest buyers of chicken on the lot he recently purchased They left here Sunday. March ,
day from 9 to 12 h crews of ,
weeks every time are: employes. ,r
eggs In the county," Mr. from Congressman Lex Green and 23. returning Wednesday April
i Bald Mr. John extends except Saturday and Sunday First Vice-Commander L. .J. 16. Mr. Alvarez took a bath each a-
near the new building Mr GreenIs
dial Invitation to all officers from April 28 tbrough: May 9, Green. day for 21 days. It requires an Gem Jeweler 'l' '

Bays he has "plenty of park- All young people from the ages Second Vice-Commander, Floyd'* r, 4f now erecting on Call Street. hour and a half to go throughthe Carry Fine Line '
pace" to accommodate Invited Green. k The store la to be a onestorybuilding bathing process, he says ,., ,
every- of 4 through 15: are cordially
Finance Officer A. J. Thomas. made of concrete blocks, which goes all the way from a J M Gottlieb, who recently" '
to come. The faculty of the Chaplain. L. D. Vlnlng with .a front of red pressed brick temperature of 112 degrees downto .. ,", '
purchased th W. K.
< school feels that this wUl be the W.'S. Parker. and deep plate-glass entrance according a comparatively low cooling: Chandler i
jlians Warned held in these Sergeant-at-srms. to Mr. Mathe It will point. Mr. Alvarez said he enjoyed Jewelry Company at 100 Call f d
finest session ever Historian K. A. Sapp. I'
rtillery Fire have a mezzanine floor 10 x 20 the trip and Is feeling much Street lean experienced JewelerHe I
Children will be under N. D. Walnwrlght,
Adjutant. also ha.auoclat ',. "
I at the rear of the building which Improved.Mr. .
Jar General Morris' B.I careful supervision throughout the Jr. will be used as an office. The Alvarez: and Mr. Sharpe two other men experienced alone t
e. cpmmandlng! general of !I entire time. The program consists K. G. Duncan and S. A. Weldon contract price Is- $2,300. drove to Hot Springs with James their line. +J ''"" t h

P anding,' announces\ that I I of worship study, handwork were elected as delegates to Mrs. Balin said before leavingfor Patray. but Mr. Patray was call Ed Simpson, Savannah, o...* C' ;y? e
ery target practice firing recreation hymns and represent the Post at the Depart New York Tuesday that she ed to Norton. Va. to attend the Is a licensed! 'watch-maker' and'
start on the artillery range I ment Convention In, Key West was not certain yet whether Mr. funeral of his father, and they comes to Starke from on* at s
Bible "
- wp Blandlng on Monday study.Those April 2429.Negro Balln will occupy the building or came back on, the train. Mr. the largest "Jewelry''stores' ln"Sa--w: la
I 28, and will continue Mon- I in charge of the Beginner Ella will rent It to someone else Mrs. Patray. returned from ,Virginia vannah. ; t t

ugh Saturday for. the eOpartment Mrs., Chas will be Ward Miss: and SelecteesSix f Balln stated that the building Wednesday also. 'Joe'Wy "'*:- di,Gy'Ca""w&. \ r
J. Sasee P
several 'weeks.-' be ready June 1. with 'Mr. Gottlieb/
must by .. do4Of Atlanta's -
'artillery lat range ta ''located :Miss MarV rte .Grider.Thosecarbng'forathe. young negro men ,reportedto N C. //. Register finest .''1"'.._... \\i ,t

dreamer Camp Blaiuliag proper: ; win be Mrs.PrimaryDepartment Charles the Armory here Wednesday Judge 'A. Zs Adktfts of: Stark. Cemetery WorkingA Mr. Gottliebhandles! only the ,
and' signs i have afternoon and were sent to Camp: who was reoppoisrted Circuit Charles H. Register former finest in Jewelry "! have large, 4
-PLsced, In P" tion around .H. Allen;,":Tdiss Fay Yarbrough Margie, Blandlng for Induction Into the Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Cemetery working will beheld representative in the State Legialature city connections and keep In touch i''f

lie In the Interest of safe- Mrs. Ira Allen. Margie Miss Davis following the necessary Court last week by Governor at the New River Baptist and father of Mrs. H. A. with the latest and beet to jew a t
PUblic I and :Miss\ Army yyyw
Is warned'of the Mathewa Church all day Thursday. May 1.accordlnl' Lawson of Stark, died Mondayat airy, h*. says. The' .
Holland and name
1 In Junior examinations. They were: Randolph was confirmed by the IJIUI) ) ,
for the
e > trespassing\ on the ': The .1n tructo will,be Miss Louise Robinson. Abe Goodwlne Senate. Judge dkJna....' first to an announcement by '[ his home in Lake Butler. H* been changed toj' Use Gem. Jew- al

Department' Oliver Fannin. Miss Luther Holmes, Everett Morris, appointed by Governor'Martin: In R. R.. Andrews, clerk. Picnic was M years of age. spry Store.
ashen Mrs. lunches will be spread at noon. I He had been resident of
la'a Miss MarthaMathews Carlton Harris 'and Willie Henry 1923 and''' w a. reappointed by a i d
Dress Shop' Ida Lulu Davis McGee. Harts 'and McGee were GevernorlGartton. 1JVM931-.and by and all those interested tn cleanIng I Lake Butler for 67 years, moving Conservation', Officer. t

;I ,. assigned here but were Inductedfor Governor SholtB in 1935.: He is the cemetery are asked to there from Georgia, H* served
W. D. Mundy announce I In charge of the Intermediate boards elsewhere. recognized as one -of the ablest bring the necessary: tools. four terms In the legislature Richard Glover of Lake Butler !
enlng H tomorrow (Saturday, Department will be the Rev. judges In the state and is often was a member of the Lake Butler newly appointed came conservation 1 '
*'lo) ot Leu*'" Dre Shop In Fred ,Yerkes. Captain Robert Building PermitsE. assigned to other circuits to hold Three Volunteers city council at the time of his .officer for Bradford a h'4 r

with LeU. Beauty Sherran the Rev. Charles Allen terms of court. Judge.Adkins was death and was prominent, In fraternal .- Union Counties was .in Starke t 1

lIa'l' Mrs. C. V. Inglewright and JamesHart. O. Edwards addition to the nominated over two opponents In Walter McDonell Jr., AIm circles. Tuesday. He ltete4 'u..r. b* will ,' s
! of Dress Shop win handle Miss Nellie Hart of New Method Cleaning. Plant last May's primaries. H. rep- Lesery Thornton and Henry Jeff Funeral services were held appreciate tbecooperation: .'of u
the leading styles of W P. A. Recreational center has AprU..l elite formerly handled by" the gr.clously.planned. to hcjjuwltb $100.Barge-Thompson. Co.. additionto District in, the ,State .Senate fora noon-for Ft. Barrancas at Pensa- Church In Lake Butler with that the gam ,law of the i
Shop and the ClarShop ; the school in leading handcraft the present site of the Southern number of years and has been cola where they win,. be Inducted the Rev. L., A. Rawles of Jacksonville state are enforced Mr. Glover's ; '
e work along with her other Bell Telephone Exchange.. 95,000 .a llf-tlm citizen of Bradford into the United States Army. All officiating. Interment was appointment b e c a m e effective ,: d
tend public the i. cordially Invited at the Legion Hall Recreational | April 17. County. three volunteered for the service. In Dekl. Cemetery. ,April 10. "
opening. Center.
trel. ,



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peace. Some even think that there could, labor as we have conscripted! our cratic, but the right to WORKIs TO WHOM IT III.'Y
The Bradford County Telegraph Russell Kay sacred. TAKE NOTICE COtCta
be actual shooting between U. S. and Ger- armed forces and let such conscription equally I ternatlonal Truck.THAT 1h
1877 carry the same rigid Soldiers can't shoot guns that.. D. BU99. bearing EnCI.I 1
r Established man ships without a complete severance of: regulation and the same pay as have not been made or fly planes hlclo appraised Tag No, U-OK Uu 7W.,0".
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tl, PNAfabed Weekly on- -Fridays-- Mid Entered as 80Cl diplomatic relations.All i TOO LATE that applying to the military conscript that are still blueprints. Either I WaR .18ed value In or! Ixs I l'un I
, '
( ; t34 .*. simper at>the Post Office at Starlte FU.AAEAYBETt of this, however, belongs in the I TO CLASSIFY we will come to our senses and uIJed Florida In violation 1941
work as one-Industry, labor and Chapter or'Soit"
Industry In occupied France: 19301. ",
realm of and the future will
speculation ,
soldier-shoulder to shoulder, or and that It or Ih
Allied in Greece and gloats over no excessive profits of E. W, II the t
reverses lea l
i== rJ3l supply the answers. Next step! is likely to North Africa and the admitted today, nor do French labor leaders we will go down as surely and the State F'arborougb Beverage DI
Lit ; RIMPRESSASSOCIArIOk4SUBSCRIPTION \ be passage of a law under which the President success of Nazi submarine war extract tribute from workers and, as completely as have those other lieU Florida the, property Tallaha,I..D"V'rt". Flottlo.
can buy and turn over to the British, fare In the Atlantic has broughtthe indulge In sit-down: strikes. The I nations who bowed the knee to at public sale at tho Coo d
". ? threat to "L1berty"yoursand matter of earnings and wages) greed and personal Interest, ignor- Mayk19. 1541aa' at 10:00: a y,
the Axis Danish
ships recently welfare of the nation
the as
mine-a step closer duringthe and hours Is determined by a dictator The State Beverage
-- : -- -- under a little known 1917 statute making past few weeks. and enforced at bayonet a whole. Florida rellervea the D.part
RATS Ject any and rlChl
la sabotage of any vessel in American watersa Greed and selfishness till blind point, while the concentrationcamp God grant that America WILL AH persons all bid.. It
Xe4Jy. $1.13; Six Months 91.00-Payable for both the French her If Interest In oratolssidaprortn
two groups In America concerned yawns come to senses. we fails
felony. The White House has been com- any
--- with their own Interests, industrialist or the French It will bo because we deserve to quired part to appear are horOIr)
BIBLE VERSES pletely mum so far as talking about con- who take no heed of the "hand- worker who even acts as thoughthe fall-because we are weak and claims within thirty and(0)to)a''b
"And in the morning, rising up a great voying is concerned, but almost all commentators writing on the wall" and in the situation was not to his lik sick and so Immersed in our own of' this date notice of the an Fir.prnvl, PUb.dare..*
I hour of crisis giving aid and self Interest that we do not de- l'Iection Chapter r
think it will when the timeis are 19301
come ing.America Florida, 14;
white before he went out and departed UBthe\ '
day, ,comfort to the enemy to st the must provide ships and serve the glorious heritage thatIs Department of prate'lit,
t into a solitary place, and there prayed' ripe. stage for their own ruin together guns and planes and countless ours. ter eat.In nandIto Florida.. rlehl.; Tal
MarK}!: t ::35. In the meantime, it is reported that with that of 130,000,000 fellow other materials. She can't do it masse and terminate sad, D"'"tr-1
considerable amounts of goods are pilingon ,citizens. with Industry and labor ,quitting RULED INDEX CARDS-3x5: I E. W,
"And he said unto them, Come Scarboro.r\
ye your- \
We view with increasing alarm work to call each other names. 81 per BRADFORD COUNTY Director. State Savants
selves apart into a desert place, and rest New York wharves, for lack of bottomsto i the strikes and bickerings that The right to strike may be demo- TELEGRAPH. Iela.ment of Florida., Tallahn. .
take them to That is the 4 25id
awhile! ; for there were many coming and are Blowing up our defense pro-
toughest problem the all-aid facesat and we blame "Labor" for
going, and they had no leisure so much as program gram
I this or "Industry" for that. Both
the moment. ABOUT 3 M.4ZYF,1R OF
6:31.THOUGHT .
v r to, eat -Mark : I terms take I n a tremendous
I amount of territory. _
; FOR TilE WEEK Happiness Seldom Comes We should, remember that "
the As Result DivorceA "Labor" isfrfot Just the "A. F. of
; Jesus prayed-frequently spent entire ."..,
l "
L. or the (:, I. 0. as a few
night in prayer to his Heavenly Father. few days ago Dempsey Sapp, who leaders 'would have you believe. 4' I
He enjoins us to "watch and pray." records divorce decrees in the office of the .'I The combined membership In both

Humanly speaking, humanity is on a Clerk of the Circuit Court, said: "Every 'groups Is a pitifully small min-

de&d-ehd street. Unless somebody, some- body's getting a divorce." That led us to "Labor"ority' when in the compared broader sense.with ,

where comes apart with the MASTER, make a little investigation on the subject. There are millions of free-born '
.LEI'S cororiznnii4Y
gets* direct instructions from HIM and carrie When a person asks the County Judge American citizens who performthe I'

them out to the letter without regard for a marriage license, it is easy for him ,to nation's tasks who never sawa I
"'' to himself, the human tell whether it'is white "card" or paid tribute for the Isv ., os, f ,, ? ,... .,,,,,,
to the consequences a negro or a person. right to carry one. > r t' 1cr3 qt; S p ri. 5
'r family is at its row's end. But when divorce suits are transacted By the same token we should
through attorneys and often through the keep in mind the fact that "In- h Yy7, ; rkr fjr'

' : ', //OM Much Will Hitler Take mail, it is difficult to tell white from col dustry" Is not just Allls-Chal-
mers or Henry Ford or General
,; From ,The idled Stales? ored. The Clerk of the Court, however, Motors. American "Industry"
The attention of most people is now said that most of the divorces were among embraces every establishment ;
where the white people. large and small, that contributesto
centered on the Balkans, Germany
and Britain are fighting what may proveto During the first quarter of 1941, 77 the nation's needs.America's *

be one of the decisive actions of the war. couples purchased marriage I licenses in with labor_ as trouble,a whole today, nor is Is not it

But in official circles, the problem of the Bradford County-59 of which were white. with industry as a whole, but c : ////

Atlantic remains uppermost in mind. Hitler During'the same period a total' of 58 'divorce with both small camps&groups: Radical of minorities trouble-In

cannot( win the war unless he can conquer decrees were granted in the County.Of making labor agitators and racketeers -
' the British Isles. American policy is toptoV'ide course, Camp Blanding, especially dur- some communistic, seeking S C V- t
England with every possible weaponin ing the construction period, influenced these to dominate both Industry and In- i ,

an attempt to prevent that ominous pos figures to a great extent, Mr. Sapp said. dustrial ends,labor enforcing to their their own will selfish and "' r IF?IfERES'A CLOrCH PEDAl

sibility. And all of the weapons needed, The divorces were not all for people in exacting tribute and on the .. 4
1 with the exception of large bombers, must Bradford County, but neither were the marriage other hand, a few selfish, greedy i MERE, ITSJVOTA CAR yVnnBI.DRAMf4TIC

be transported by ships across three thousand licenses. Industrial leaders concerned with
their own profits, who refuse to DRIVEHYDRA.MATIC f
miles,of blue water, much of which is "Ninety percent of the divorces are look on labor with either justiceor _
t infested: with Nazi submarines and surface granted on grounds of desertion or cruelty," tolerance.

i raiders.: Even if we reduce German claims A. J. Thomas, clerk, said. "In deference to Both groups, battling for their twiiHI1I%

of Allied shipping destruction by onethirdt each other," Mr. Thomas continued, "they jeopardizing own Individual the advantage welfare of 130-are

t one-half, it is evident that the British don't specify the exact reason. They some- 000,000 Americans and entirely
merchant fleet is being rapidly cut down. times make up their differences, and those Ignore the fact that the nation TOOK at the floor mat of course, you'll find i|
There are two possible solutions! to this things don't look good." has conscripted its youth calling : .L before you buy 'any clutch pedal tt tl!

pto lettt. One is for this country to build, .We- won't go into the Florida divorce young Field to'men serve from In the our desk military and the IS THE ONLY DRIVE: IN ear"drive.,with" a If new type find of a Gaily Dears through shift autoaatt all/ f.

el1Qttg ships to offset British losses. But laws. It would be difficult to decide whichis forces at $21 a month and die THE WORLD THAT- clutch pedal,you it's a sure forward speeds. You W
even if that could be done,.which experts best-to be able to get a, divorce in six on the battle field if need be, CLuzrZll'sign that'a clutch pedal full accelerating pow

doubt, it would not atop! the loss of tremendous weeks,, as' in Reno"; in three months, as in defending agitator and the the$21$21,000 a day a labor year IJEIZMZKAIXS: EZE' !i. needed: for part. without manual shiH
amounts of material. A cannonor Florida; or not at all, as in South Carolina. Industrial iproflteer. time shifting of And you getpGlIZ'SdFZZiY j

: a fighting plane or a load of food which However that might"be, may we quote an Let Uncle Sam stop the unholy 2 : gears.Matte In Oldsmobile Hydra-- Formance right out that ahe pjj
.AU2'O.1Ia2rC WG f you
practice of extracting excessive ...
sinks beneath the Atlantic inside a gaping editorial from the St. Petersburg Independent -1Q0"
Initiation fees b y racketeeringlabor *Optional at Extra Coat on all Models Built and Backed 6l General Motort
hull, id! of no service to anyone. The solution on "Odds on Divorce. leaders and permit those to
remaining is to eliminate the cause of Women who get so tired of ,their husbands work who are eager to work and
destruction. that divorce see to It that they are not mo TH
they get a usually come IOLDSMOB1L
lested. Let him Inform both labor
This was the theme of a recent and remarkable to regret it within five years, judging by a I and industry ,that work stoppage
radio address by Rear Admiral recent survey reported in Scribner's Com- will not be tolerated and that disputes -
Emory S, Land, chairman of the Maritime mentator. and bickerings must be settled -

Commission This was a speech of such Divorced women who have had five peacefully at the conference
table with
rather than brickbatsand
importance that, according to an Associated years to think it over were .asked: "How tear gas Let it be under- Torode Chevrolet C
Press writer, "it could hardly ,have been do you feel five years after your divorce?" stood that defense work must go
delivered on his own responsibility alone." One-sixth of them would return to their on, even if it becomes necessaryto Starke Florida
conscript both Industry and
Admiral Land said time may prove that husbands. One-half regretted their hasty

combined American and British shipbuildingis decision and said if they had it to do over f

unable to keep up with losses. The wiser again they would stay with their husbands.

course, he,said, is not to pin hopes on providing Only one-third were satisfied with the out-

: sufficient replacements, but to stamp come, and many of this group were married ( 7re au

out Germany's submarines. By basing our again, presumably more happily.

,shipping aid to England, he added, "solelyon What this adds up to is that if a

supplying her with more and more and woman gets a divorce the chances are two

more ships, we are merely adding more fuel to one that she will regret it. But if she

to the fire. Are there not a number of changes her mind and wants ,her husband

ways of solving this problem by attemptingto back, the chances are three to one that she 14II LEIl\
put out the fire?" won't get a second chance.

The between-the-lines reader will finda The odds, then, are against happinessfor _

great deal of grave food for thought in women following divorce. This does not re a j 4r
this. In Washington today the feeling is necessarily mean that divorce laws shouldbe

that it will be but a matter of time, and made more stringent, because it is ask

probably a short time at that, before we ing too much to ask the law to keep people

l, are convoying: British merchant shipping. from making fools of themselves. It does

Our virtual annexation of Greenland for mean, certainly, that those wise divorce ,

military purposes indicates the way' the judges who try to patch things up between aw a
wind i blows. Greenland offers potential divorce-seeking couples are doing a great .

naval and air bases to patrol and control a service to humanity.

vast Atlantic area. Then, some think, it

will not be much longer before our fighting Doctors Set Good ExampleTo Here's Another
craft, surface, underseas and air, may have Public In These Times S

to be used to ferret out and destroy U-boat How many people know that the doc-
supply] and rest stations. As everyone tors who serve the local draft board give Sparkling Symbol of Hospitality for You who Love Good Beer[

knows, the British navy just isn't big their services absolutely free? This takes

enough to control all the seas where British much of the time of doctors in partof I/ FIorid \ Ir'.j",
every or many of Florida's old-time !land- Today yesterday, gracious hosts I j 1'J'1.r
interests exist. It is no secret that British the country. It has been granted gen- '_ fy markremain today. Look around and hostesses serve JAX Beer, cherished 'f! ..
strategists are confident that we will help, erously, with no thought of reward. The C/ you .you survey the passing scene beverage of hospitality since 1914. .Try a ,....,Y -
as part of our all-out aid program.. young men who are being taken for the a hotel here a park there now bottle of JAX yourself. You'll like the
a bridge now a silver spire silhouetted smooth, mellow goodness,the and
Big question is How far can'we nation's tang test
defense have
go the satisfaction of
against the crisply azure sky recall the of the famous Drink of Friendship. JAX
before Hitler declares war on us? No one knowing they are receiving the best medical _" f good old days But Florida' enduring fame Beer is a quality beer, made from choice
but Hitler himself''' 1 has been etched in substance than steel
can answer that. It is examinations of any army recruits any- surer American materials by experienced
believed that Hitler would think twice before where in the world. I and stone. There's the proud heritage of American brew-masters.
each new generation of Floriiians-the fine k
forcing a state of war between the How striking is the contrast betweenthe friendly,feeling of true hospitality that'skept Learn for yourself how good how refreshing rt
Reich and the U. S., for the obvious reason attitude of the doctors in giving this brightly alive through the years. beer can bel! Try a bottle of JAX todayfJAX 11111 ,

1 that the war declaration would be at once invaluable service, and the attitude of those ,.. MARE
followed by Executive and Congressional crafts and trades that have endangeredthe .. '-_-'- '- HEWIII. COMMIT, JsekssarlU., Fl.rl.a
acts to speed our arms production to defense '- -- i
up a program, through strikes and *The DIMM Hotel! at the corner of ForiytJi and Hogan,sadist arK twm ,,
l point beyond that possible'when we are at jurisdictional disputes. of the ctntury. Photograph cpurtay/' florida East Gout Radway.APR'25 .

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!ZS. M41_ BRADFORD OOOTTTT TELKOUAm.: 8TARKE, FLORIDA PAOK TJlRICB i, :','e :;I,' t 11'11'l1Iampton

S"9 Kelly I*wherein the dura Adelaide. embraces the following" describedproperly .. Iin front of the Courlhou..... Stark.. >i d waa In the name of Qreen 8T Inch..t.-IO. A. Sec. I* Twp. 7
Henry f plaintiff. and Bdward In the. County of Brad .hta. at 10:00 A. M.. on May a, Hamilton. 8. R. 22 M., containing 60 Acrea. 'I
Happenings Kelly the defendant and ford Slate of Florida to.wit:: 1941. under. .
Unless said. certificate shall. be more. or les" I I.* embraced l '.
K? Raid are htlreby required to appear BEU' of 8BU' Sec. !2 'Twp. T ,.. The Plate Beverage Department of redeemed according to law the certificate No. 1639. : 1
ford County cause on Telegraph June I ISU. Brad R 21 K., containing 40 Acres, more Florida reserves. the right to re property described therein. will be NW 4 ef NWW< /Sec! II AWP. T "
In desl*> or les*. ject and all bids. or lesa. ; "
""'od any Brtld to the highest bidder at the 8. R. 23 E., 40 Acres, m&re .
a. the .
W. Morrow DONT BLAME MERCHANTS thin order Khali newspaper be Inwhich The assessment of the. said prop All persona claiming" any right orInterest oourthouse door on th.. first Monday Is embraced under certificate!. No, ,
M. published erty under the said
I, Mr* Claude May, local business a week for four consecutive week once In certificate Issued In or to said property or In the month of May, 11)41, u\'t 8W '
the ;
man prior wa Jiame of C. L. any part thereof are hereby re.quired which la tha 6th., day of May : of NWH A NWU of ,.
to ld :
IN reports a rapid rise in the price Witness"<* return date. Peek. to appear and make suvhttalma See..5 Twp. 88. It. IJ: B.* containing )
D STILL my hnnd and official Unless said certificate shall be within thirty <30) days 1941.Hated Acre more or I."L I ISembraced .
thl* 19th., day of March, 180 *
ELiGIiT of all commodities. Sugar hits ?Si 2' "*. l
Matchett reported yes- advanced SOc per hundred, and (OKPlcfAL day of, April A. l1M! |. .property described. therein will ba I' of this notice as provided for ( RI AI.) A. .T. Thoma* All 8W of HW 4 10. of RJT>*"S;;* 'It
rsbell BKAI.) A. J. Thomas, old to the highest bldd..r..t the 'by Section' U. IJIWB H. R.at ...., \
two- lerk. Chapter U3IH. t'lt-rk of cirnult Court of Bradford A., "Sec' II Twp. 8 <
that aproximately the best grade of rice took a of Circuit Court Bradford courthouse door on ihe first Mon of Florida. lIUP. to the State Beverage County 4-4 4t 4-25 Cuntalnlnir: I Acre, meiry. >or. Jess, I iI.
ay deeds. County Florida.-By J. H. I day In the month bt Juno .
of No.
right way $2.33 increase. These are only Kelly. 11141. Department of Flurlda at I I. embrac.J under Certificate I I11I01.
ot the Deputy Clerk. 4-2* 4t 614KOTICH which Is the 2nd day of June 11141.thin Tallahassee \
s I-IlIJIlpton-camp BlandingII a few of the many illustrations I9.V''ted I1jh., day of April right: and .lnt; : taln'j: 'j OltDF.R >OF PtlllirVTIOVOIIK of the laid 9fff :
lhe ecured to date.e that could be given. The I property. shall cease and. terminate. > "!'U A'.I.U. N' I I I.n.
have be..n. same OKPHI.irTIO\ (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas The mate uf Florida to Carotin* erty under said certificate* >>,, .18.1
McCloskY, rlgbt-c>fwayt condition exists with the other I VOH. T\X I>KKIXenate > Clerk of circuit Court of Bradfuid E. "Wr. SCAROBROrcm. :Stewart whose residence Is unhnnwti 484. 153\1.\ 1647. 185 .ftd l.ewr ;

L/Lke/ City, Is ex.ad .- merchants in the United States. ( Hill ...... 11\3. County. Florida. 4-11 4t Stiv Director. state Beverage Departm : You are hereby notifiedthat Unless. In the ald name Certificates of Unknown.shall beredeemed ,
from NOTICE! IS HKHKnV O1VEN. >nt of Flol'l law
of se.g I : accordlnir to
finish the work So when you walk Into the store 1 That H. H. WlRR-lns holder of T"x ida. 4-4 6t 5-' ami du affidavit for thl* order described therein will ;.
to of lhe par. Certificate No. 2.9, (untied. the 2nd, TIIW. cincvrr roi IIT. KIRIITII lie., been filed In the Circuit Court Bropertle* bidder athe .
to buy goods please remember the hluliest
the remainder day of August A. D. 1SS7. has flli- Ji.UI( .".. ciiictir ( Bradford. County Florida, In i. to the flr.tMond.y
which will possiblY have to that the merchant is not to blame same In my cfflce and him made. II>A. .IX. AMU FOR BHtUKOHII IOY TIIR ....nt..T ("Ol'nT. KKillTIIJIUKIM muse wherein Ralph Stewart I IIhe I. < Courthouse In the month door of on Mar. JJJJ-
This application for a tax deed to be CIHCtlT OF FI.ON. : plaintiff and Caroline HtewartIs 1 '
legal procedure. for the advance In price. This the defendant and which la the 6th...day of Max {
l through *- iHBued that con. Snld certificateembrace IV rilANCKUY lit ,. IV AMI KOH HI' %l>KOHIt you are I D"I..t thl* iliid., day of April, A. a.,
the rlght-c the of Americans the Alston F. Howard. hereby q appear In said
of ecurlng is privelege following describedpronerty rotTY.; ; r'ta'd: P. 4l.OFFICIAL. "
10d June
In I'Htise lh day of ,
the Plaintiff
County of Brad
and long I"" "CEU'YO.
u often a costly "They can tlll buy what they ford State of Florida, to-wlt: No. 11tH T. Wilson.Plaintiff..CU" 1M4I. Bradford',,"nly Telegraph ( IIFAtA.! : J. Thorna*
L process in these days, want and need." The National Ix>tn 6, II, T, 8, 9 of Rile 14 and : ; I* designated as the newspapvr Inwhich Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford'
\ out projects Lot 10. II. 12 of Blk 16 Hampton Defendant.OHDKR -v.- No 1189 this order, shall be published County, Florida. 4-4 n -
national defense Farm and Home Hour for April N"c. 19 TownBhlp 7 South Ilange OF FlJlR\'IJ: ] Willie !Mae Wilson. once a week for four conspcmtl ,
n our exl8tance, ourens 22 reported that a study will be J2 Fa t. NOTICE! TO APPI1AH Defendant.ORDEIt weeks prior to. said return '
vital to to the The R"Be...ment of th. raid. prop, TIIH 8TATK OK FLO1UUA : OK" HKTtVICnNOTICH oV.te. Witness I my Imml! andofficial XOTHT) OK APIM.IC4TIOMPMIt j
should cooperate 1 made of the cost and selling price erty under the valil certificate Inutied TO Nina Howard whose residence' TO APPKAIt: seal I a I Ufa ike, Plorl.lii, TAX IlKKIIMenst

In8r in aiding their country'le I of goods which will be good news wn. In the. name of A. A. Is 66 Mason Street, Mail. Francisco. THE 8TATK: n1FI.ntUUA! this 1941.tOKFICIAL. the llth day of A 'rll. A. .l.>. NOTICM( *IS Hill IIBHWDV Nit. tll3.(
McDonald. Calif 01 nla. JIVEi'll
TO Willie :Mite Wilson whosa address
are. however, a few excep- to, both the consumer and the Unl. H Kttld. certificate Rtmll heredeemed It In hereby ordered t hilt yonare. la 12IH',. Noith Cedar. Street. SEAL) A. J. Thomns :Tax That Certificates F. M. Paokham.Numbered ol respectively. I

a highway almost merchant.DID accordlnR to law the required\ to appear on the 6th Charlotte, Nurlh Cnrollna. Clerk Circuit Cuurt, BradfordCounty No. Uti. Na. No. (67, No. )
Mien Florida. 4-IS t-9 11&5.
.. II described will day of May A. D. 11141 before the U
home tome property therein lie I It In hereby otdered that your HIT No. 1124 I nnd IIJ8 all Issued '
t through your ftold to the hlicheKt bidder at the al>ove entitled .,court to I the bill .. reiiihed to appear on th. 6th the 7th, day of All\TU.t. 1833 and t
settlement should be YOU KNOW courthouxe door on the flrnt" Mon I. of complaint filed against you In I I IIIIY of May A. ,1 >. 1V4I before thnnbove )\ri)0 OF U"'I.10" No. 183 issued I hll Intl.. day of
letary MrHo That the "Main Street" 1 In day In th month of Juno, i 41, the IIUO"IIII..d cause; and entltletl court, to the hill of fr'llll T \ \ IMOKII: July, 1923 hits filed sunie In myoffice i "
de whenever posalble. Is Navarrene which la the 2nd., day of June, "Bradford County Teleirreph" I I. '' complaint filed against > <>u In the (....>?te Illll %.,. lltl: anit hs made \
reports that work will Hampton really hereby designated as the newspaper above entitled cause; and 'Brad NOTIl'W IH II10HKIIY,: ,OIVHI for tax dM..d tn be ..* *:fpllr.Uo". I I
kv the Starke- Avenue TRE'I'AL 19l1).ate,1 thin 24th day of April, In which thlaiordt-r shall bepublished ford County Telegraph", IH hereby That Mike Marticu holder t>t TuxVillflcate Hntd certificate* respectlvsly embrace j
bc finished on one* a ueirk.. for four, (Icftlgmiteit as the newspaper' Inwhlvl ( No. 473, I..H..I th., lith the following: ; ; | -
rond and that the crews (OFFICIAL LJoUlt-'O J. Thoman, consecutive weeks.WITNESS < this order shall be publishedonce Any vt September A. l>. I 1I PU. ha* : eiLI..s In the County: nf 1J1..ltord, ,
HUng Clerk of r I UrmlfnrilCounty my hand and the sent a w..k for four consecutiveweeks' .
hand to begin TO BEGIN of thlw. (lied same In mv offlco nnd, ha* Wtnte of Florida, to-wlt j
at court at Marke' .
dose Florida. -25 4t 6-16;
i to cooperation The Rev. James Sundlln Chap this 3rd., day of April A. D, 1041.OFFICIAL AN'ITNESS: ny hand and the seal :imidd .application I for ii tax deed tol PKU nf NWU nf HRVJ P"O. K ,,
if ,
road l Issued theienn. Huld (float'
>* cm 19Aor
our 8KAL : Twp.1tit a. K. 22 K.. ;
on ( ) A. J. .
i Thomas
: of thin court at sin! "ike. Florida.
of the 155th Infantry an,1the embraces the. following describedproperly .
secured. Whether the lain OIII>RK' OF 1M III.M'TIOVMill Clerk nt the Circuit: Court. this :11111.. day of ,March A. 1>. ; ... more' or less., I I. embraced
be small 31st Division announced that !''K TO tl'PKUtThe. or Htnto nf Florida, to-wlt'
tel of land is large revival would start here the : iSlate of Florida to Chnrle* I,Plaintiff* Attorney 4-4 4t 4-25 ( SRAL> ,\.1. Thomns Lota. 7. 8, II. 10 In Kverleys: :Add <4 nt NW' of NK<4 !!lee. 1* It
of condemnation a Merrlam. 111 Went 80th T"I R It. IX contulnlnsT 1O '
[ coat Street. New Clerk of the Circuit Court. In HI ark* Heo, 19 Tw \ 8.! 11.1'hrt \ 10.
same I'I :
second Sunday in May. Another York. New York : You are hereby J. C. Durrance Jacksonville. Fl.i. t Acres. more or less, le embraced r
I be paid. the beginning notified I that bill of complaint l fordivorce I '\OTU'FI TO "1.'I; '\'liT l'I.\lnllft.. Attorney 4-4 4t 421OIIOKIt assessment of t the suld under Certlflrsts. No. Aftt, '
way of remembering and due ,affidavit for thin iv: HID f'lIte'IIT < oi itr OKK.K.IIIII TIIN under th. said certificate property Isied NW\.t of HW>4 of IMWW & NE'4I '
[. and Mrs. Leonard Williams of the Christian Church Revival order haw been filed In the Circuit JI'l>ICIAI. "IIU'I"I' IVAMI wus In lh. 1111111* of lleibcrtV. N of NWV, Seo.l I Twp.' S fC: I' ,
,' of Court of Bradford County, Florida, FOR 811..0'111 )t\T ', OF P""If.U"'IO,, \ Owen.Unless. It. it K., contalnlnir 10 acre*, more j.. "I.
formerly 'n.
two children, that it starts on Mother's Day. In a cauxe wherein Violet Merrlamla KI.OIIII> \. 1IIAMKU1.' : 0'1'11 TO APPMAIiThe said certificate. shall b* or I....... Is embraced under certificate I f

have moved to Hampton Chaplain Sandlln will hold service Plaintiff and Charles Merrlam I I. Woodrow'''. Ooude, State uf Florida tu I'eter D. recleHtned acfMiriltn*? to law. the No. 967.Blk ",. I'' I
ley of the Silver at four o'clock and Defendant and you are hereby required Plaintiff. Burns, whose residence Is "Hun Ilafael ,ivroperly described. therein will b* 30 X. Lot 1, rlvlnsTston.Addition \ I ; I
will live in one next Sunday In xald' Truhy & Co's to tUarkw\ "
to appear CRUMB on -.ve.Dorothy> Hotel. 46 West 40th Htreet, .old to the hlithest bidder at the
Mr. Williams heard him June 2nd 1941. Bradford County Thlbodeaux In WM of NK>4 Hec. U Twp. 8. '
Ooude ,
Apartments. those who have never New York City New York: You rourthuuse di>t>r "u !tb* first Moil-
a Teleicraph In deHtgnated aa thenewNpaper Defendant.. are hereby notified that bill of It. 23 M., Is liraced under Crtlficata !-
State Road He is nay In the month nf Mar 1041
mployed by the will enjoy hearing him. a In which thlM notice IN TUB NAMK OF. THH STATE complaint for divorce and due affidavit which I I. the 6th., day of May, No. 1117.
[artnient.Ir forceful, Interesting and sincere ..hall be publlxhecl. once a week for OF KI.OHlnA, OltKETI.MIS: : : for this order has been. l nt* 7..o'!; Plk 17. LJr ftorri
four competitive. week prior to TO: Dorothy Thlbndeaux Ooude., filed. In the Circuit Court of Bradford Muted thl. Ind, day of April Truby ft, Add. tn:
and Mrs. R. S. Baxter have speaker who deserves your at said return date, whose residence Is unknown. County, Florida, In a causawherein 1041.UKPICIAtj. c WU of NH4 Heo. 18 Twp. fl S R.
Haven.' Mr. tendance. Wltnean. my hand and official You are hereby required to ap Oeruldlne I Burns Is the ( RHAI.) A. ,1. Thorn** '2'l 1C.1 I I. embraced under Certificate
,ed to Winter eal at Htarke, Florida this the to the. bill of complaint filed plaintiff and Peter D.>> Burn I I. the Plerk of Circuit Court of Bradford No. II14.lx .
Seaboard telegraph opor 21 Ft day of April A. D. 1941.OFFICIAL. tear against on or before defendant and you are hereby required County, Florida.. 4-4 4t 4SSNOTICH >ls I. 8, II 13. 14 of Blk 11.
tter at thee PROTRACTED MEETINO ( NEAL) A. J. Thomas.Clerk .. the Ilula Day lnou'I the samebeing to appear. In *ald l cause. on 1lvln..lolI. Tru\t'\ A. <"o's Addition
[ had an apartment The previo u s 1 y announced Circuit Court Bradford May 6th; A l>. 11)41.U the 2nd day of June, 1941. Bradford 'tii Stark In WS of NKU, fieo. It
of Miss' Ada ,Nimmo. County, FloridA.25 4t 616fcOTICFl In. further ordered that this County Telegraph Is designated 0V APIM.irTIKltlt > Twr II 8. It. IM.., Is embrlloedulI".r
Methodist Protracted Meeting, order ha published once each week as the newspaper. In whlih TIIKI4II Certificate. No. 11 IS.W .
r!. Mary Williams Mrs. Mar- under the direction of the for four consecutive weeks. In the this order shall be published once ( Nensle Illll III... I..UI| >4 of/HWVi/ \ !See.! 35 Twp. 7 S.
Bradford County Telegraph a newspaper week for four consecutive. week
l Matchett. Mrs. Eliza Hall. Rev. Mr. Vancy of Waldo will FOR TAX "KKIXenate > of general circulation published a prior to said return date. Wltnomimy That, T. J. Alilermnn. holder ofTax. more ory less, Is. .11I fr..ced under j(
3. L. Williams and Miss 28 at ( Illll N. 111.1) In said. County of Bradford.WITNBSH hand and official seal I at Certificate* Numbered rsspeolively Certificate No. 182.
begin Monday night April NOT1CK IS HKHKBY UIVKN :' my hand and official. Htarke Florida, this the 17th day Nu. 476. No. t.1ld 4 4. No. The assessment of th* sal.t. prop
ilcllne Hall were business 7:30: o'clock. Everyone is cordially That R. A. KdwardB, holder of Tax seal. thl* 2nd, day of April. A. I>. of April. A. I>. 1941.OFFICIAL 1631), No. 1647, No.: ) and, No.UU. erty under Certificate No. 1168 wa*
in Galnea- Certificate No. 163. iHHueil the 4th 1941. H1SAL, A. J Thomas. All Issued th.. 7lh day of In the name of Unknown) The
|tors and shoppers invited to attend this series day of August, A. I> 12nfJ ha* OFFICIAL REAL' ) A. J. Thomas Clerk( Circuit Court> lIrRdfur.iCuunl August 1B39 lia* filed same. In assessment of the saltl property
last Saturday. of meetings.A. filed name In my office hit* Clerk Circuit Court. Floilda 4-18 4tU my ufflco mid has mad appllca. undnr Certificate No. KflS wa In
made application for a tax deed John J. Henderson Rxq,, ) t lion for tax d...d to be lssu"d the name of Itiihy A. Hay**) The
1r. and Mrs. Homer Bridges to be Issued thereon. Hald certificate Solicitor for plaintiff. fH .-211IOY Iherenn. assessment of the said property
the week-end in Adel, Ga. P. Stringer and son. Junior embraced. the following deancrlbed NOTK'H OF APPLICATION Hald certificates resperllvoly. em- undnr said Certificate* No. l 116 f,
visited Mrs. Eliza property In the County of FOR TAX IIKKItUrtinte l,race the followlno; dvsrilhed prop, 1137. 1184. and UK were In the
Bridges ia employed by the of Alachua Bradford State. of .'lorld"L to-wlt: TilE ('flU..T coiiir i\" >. i> ( Illll >.>. l'ln orlles' In the County of llradford, name' of unknown) The NKSsnsmentnf .
Railroad and has an Hall last Sunday.Mrs. NKW\ of KKVi Section' 2 Twp 6 FOR" IIRAIIKOIIII f O I' > TY.FI.OItll NOTICH IS HKHKBY: O1VEN, !Hlnte! of Florhln.' to-wlt said. tiroperty, under Certificate.
them B. K. 22 r.nnt, containing 40 acres, '. IN f'lI \MKHV.Minnie That Kugena Ferguson holder of NKil of N\V of NIO'.; R o. 1 1Twp. Nn. 12 was In the name of Urook-
irtment in the home of Miss Edna' Palmore of Brunswick more or lenN.The Jnhnstone Smith Tux Certificate. No. 136, Issued th7th. .. f H. U. II K rotitalnlnw: 10 lyn lAnd Co.

former Hampton Ga. visited Mrs. B. Y. a"HeN ment of the nld properly Plaintiff, ., day: of September A.ttPc' 193h. Acres, more or "'_". Is mbracd Unless said 1 Certificate shall be
Nimmo, under the Hald certificate !I.- .v.* has filed same In my ; uml l under Certificate Nn. 476.NM redeemed. sccordlntr to law theKropertlei
tmlstress.It. Saxon last week. This was Mrs.Palmore's mied was In the name of K. A. Kd- Robert W. Rmlth.IJ..t..nlllnt., has made application for a tax nf UK'14 of NIO>4 H..o. I K Twp.T described therein will
first visit to Hampton wards.UnleiiH. deed to be Issued thereon. 8altl H It. 11 I':., cunlalnlnic 2)1) Arres., to the hlKhast "Bidder at
B. Wiggins, acting; post- Raid certificate Hhall he IN TIIH NAMK OF Tim STATE certificate. embrace. the following inore" nr less, I I. embruced under the Court house door on the first
ster for Hampton, visited his since she left 35 years ago. redeemed according to law. the OF i.UW.: \ OHKKTI.VdlTO :; described. property In the County float. No. 484.or !Monday In the Month of May
property described therein will he : ; Hmlth. whose residence of Bradford mat of Florida, to- I..... Is etnbrsrvd under CcrtlOrllflcRt.s 1 4I. which I I. the 6tn., day of May
er, Mrs.'w. M. Knabb in Maciny T. F. Brown has been made old to the hltchest blddor; :: at the Is unknown. wit: Nt>. 477.HV : :

Sunday. Mrs, Wiggins first trick operator for the Seaboard courthouse door on the flrnt Mon You are hereby required to appear One Lot of Land HI feet. Hq., of HW >4 of NW'4 'A NM ofNWiJ IMted thl* Snd, day of April A.
day In the month of June 1 "4I, to the bill of complaint filed In !tUJ 4 of BKVi Seo, nf MW4' Heo. ll Twp 7 H. n.I9t1.
ted friends in Palatka this Railroad. This Is the only which I I. he 2nd day of June herein against you on or before 32 pr's.oh.NJ'r': K. It. 21 K", containing I 40 Acres, tnor* OKK1CIAI, 8RAI.) A. J. Thorn*
at the Hampton UU.I Monday, the 6th day of May A. U. The assessment. of the said prop. K 3-4 of 1CS "t Hl<3% Also known f'lerk of I'lrciilt Court: of Bradford
>k. operator on duty Dated thl 2Ut., day of April. erty under the ssld cerllfli'ste. Is* .s.. Hampton I'urk ..."""._mi.. I .* County, Florida. ... 4t 4-'1
|The Misses Betty and Ethel tower at present and due to I 1841. "IHi" further ordered that this
this (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma., notice and order bo published. In
winter rush being over
ling,spent last week with Mr. the I i Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford; the Bradford County Telegraph a
Mrs. Lee Townsend and junction point may be discontinued i County Florida, 4-26 4t iIIOfN.otl..3 newspaper publlMred In .said C'ountyof
Bradford once each week for
illy of Valdosta, Qa. Betty until the tourist season four consecutive. week
In the fall. < etao. etao eto etanlnnnIN WITNKHH my hand and official,
arts that the biggest thrill of opens again TIIK rlHCI'IT' ('OI'IIT. KIC.IITII seal thl*) 2nd., day of April A. U. ,..<
i visit was the 6 to 1 score of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams JI'UICIAI. CIHCI'IT Of FI.OHII .9U. .
\ moved to the Lamroe Apart
Waycross-Valdosta ball game have Cleric Circuit Court.

i Hazel Townsend came back ments this week. Mr. Matchett IV" CHANCKHY John J. Henderson. Esq. ClotheSpin
Margaret Dukes. 4-4 4t 42SORI
h the Durllng sisters so that does not plan to rent his apart Plaintiff.vi Solicitor for plaintiff.-- ICarls

might ride home on the last ment until something definite Is Lester- -Duke. No. 1204 >KR OF PUBLICATIONNOTKK ; No

> of the Sunbeam for this seaMr decided about the new highway.Mr. Defendant. TO API-ISAII
OHDKH OF SKHVICH] The State of Florida, to Alma Nose. .
and Mrs. Aurie Martin NOTICE TO APPEAK M" Douglas., whose residence Is unknown

and Mrs. Edward Cooke, Miami-Tallahassee produce dealer, The State of Florida: : You are hereby notified -

oute back to Charleston, S. C., visited Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watte In To Fitzgerald Lester Duken Georgia., whoae residence and that due bill of affidavit complaint.. for for this divorce order thiS

er touring the state of Florida rson Sunday.Mrs. It In hereby ordered that yon are ha* been filed In the Circuit Court

nt some time O. D. Gay visited Mr. required. to appear on the 2nd, of Bradford County Florida ,In I a
with Mr. and day of June A. D 1941 before the cause wherein John It. I>ougla* *

'. J. W. Home last Friday Gay'a parents last week-end in above entitled court to the bill of the plaintiff and Alma M. Douglas '
Is the defendant and you are
complaint filed against. In the
ernoon. Savannah Ga. you required to appear In said IT
above entitled. cau...: and "The hereby
Robert Day, nephew of Mrs.P. H. G. Matthias returned to his Bradford County Telegraph" I.: cause on the County 6th day. Telegraph of May 11141.Hradtor.1 I I.. f

Wadsworth in Dundee Tuesday after a hereby designated at the newspaperIn IIIwhl..h ;
visited here home which thin order shall be published designated as the newspaper
day before returning to Mane call from contractors at Camp once a week for Four consecutive this order hall be published
,. week. once a week for four consecutive
In Plant City. Standing relative to machine Witness my hand and the. seal weeks prior to sold return

Mrs. May Sweeney, Mrs. Merl shop work. While In Hampton of thin court at Mtarko Florida= official date.seal Witness lit Htarke my ,hand Florida and

lime and and Mrs. Olle thl. 22nd., day of, April A. D. of April A. U.
Mrs. James Gnann' he stays with Mr. 1941. > this the 2nd, day

re business visitors In Galnes- Pierce. OFFICIAL. BKAL) A. J. Thomas, :(OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas
le last Mrs. J. W. Priester Clerk of the Circuit Court. Clrc I t Court Bradford
Saturday. Mr. and Chas. H. Ileus, Jacksonville, Fla. Clerk u
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Boyd and' and Miss Lyda Priester of Lake Plaintiff* Attorney. 4-26 4t 610NOTICF County. Florida.- -

i. Randall long time residents Butler Misa Marion Eva Kennedy OK ""PI.'" 'TIO"
Hampton have moved to of Jacksonville, and Wilson Ken TAX I.KKIcnat FOR TAX IIKKIJMenu
( !* Hill Nn. lon
rkaonvllle. Mr. Boyd. former nedy of Camp Blandlng visited
ployee of c. P. Wadgworth. Mr. and Mrs. Geraldine Adklns 1 That L. T>. Vlnlng I M HEKKBY holder OIVFN of Tax: H. C. Kdwards Numbered, holder r""p"
41 turpentine farmer, could not last Sunday.Mr. Certificate No. 1. Issued the 4th Certificates No. 43. No. 4J, No. 44. No. 'Ilv.IY'1 I
of July A D. 19.1R .
reached for and Mrs. T. F. Folsom for 60 and No. 20.1 all Issued
a statement as flame In my office and has made 1937. ha fllejsame
what line of work he Intends merly of Mayo have moved Into application for a tax deed to be day of In my office and ha* made Buick SPECIAL 6-passengerSedanetW06. Whitesidewalltires eXra'fWOULDN'T' .
Hal 1 certificateembrace
Issued thereon
follow < for tax deed to te Issued
while in Jacksonville the Sullivan Apartments1. Mr. the following" described application

:w. and Mrs. Ira Fuller of Van Folsom la employed by the State property In the County of Brad Hald thereon.certificates respectively. embrace :
me. ford. State of Florida to-wlt: the following des<.rlbedproperties sprinter or a long We remove that clothespin very simply
Texas visited their aunt Road Department. NWVi of HWVi Hectlon IX Township In the County: of Bradford
'. U L. Bedenbaugh. Before' Miss Florie Gnann. age 6, spent 7' South. ICange" 19 East. 40Acres State of Florida, to-wlt: look silly trying by having two carburetors ;lone that

urnlngr to their home In Texas i last week In Fairbanks with her assessment more or less.The of. the said prop SWV4 One. nee.A in 25 NW Twp.Cor 6 B.of H.HWH 21 \E..of 1 to race with a clothespin firmly handles all casual driving smoothly

Y visited lira Mrs. Minnie Gnann. erty under the said certificate Issued or l I.."s I I.. ..mbrac..dund..r j.
Bedenbaugh's grandmother, Acre morn his
ther. was In the name of Unknown. certificate' No. 42.8E14 clamped on noset r. and efficiently, another to jump in with
W. H.. Newsome tn St. : Mrs. J. E. Adklns spent Tuesv- Unless. said certificate shall heredeemed 01 HK'4! :' ....... 26 Twp. S 8.

!ter burg. Mr a. Bedenbaugh. day In Jacksonville visiting her described according therein to law will theprn".rty he R 21 K.. 40' Acre No.*, Is 43. ..mbr.c.dund..r Yet in a sense, something fairly close more air' and more fuel when you call

'ompanled them to St Peters- mother who is seriously 111. sold to the highest" bidder at the BE"* Certificate of NW'4 *: N',4 of BWUBeo. that in for extra t power by stepping on the
r .'' Friends of :Master Larry VanAllstlne courthouse door on the first Monday 2< Twp. 8. R. U E.. 12"' to happens nearly every car treadle !
1 In the month of Juno 141, or ISM, I I. embraced gas
BY. Acres, mors that lacks Buick's sensational Compound
. SaXbn focal merchant will be glad to hear that which, Is the 2nd, day of June, under Certlflcat* No. 44NK'4

".i*farmer or reporta that his 73 he Is recovering from a recent "Y/ated thl Ibt., day of April.onirirrAT R 21 E.of. 40 NEW Aere 8eo.*, more 35 Twp.or less.Is B 8.. Carburction.f 'Simple? Very simple indeed.

crops are developing: illness at the home of his grand embraced under Certificate No.

ely In spite of the'high winds Mr. and Mrs. C. Allstlne. / HRAT: ,> A. J, Thomas 49. ___u For your engine has to breathe in huge And marvtlout In
parents. -- simply th
of Bradford
d Clerk of Circuit Court ; A In NW Cor of NWM of :NE'A extra
I vet dry weathep- Corn. peanuts Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Stewart County Florida. .-2& 4t 616NOTICR I W of !to.d NEH of NW'4 ex fl quantities of' air to he mixed with gaso FIREBALL' wallop it gives and In the
of ofex NW you
beans. spent the 440 feet. KJ4 NW4!
green beans Irish and small son, Billy A W of NW. of line before it is burned in the cylinders.
tatoes OK APPMrATlOV 8 440 feet
and Bugrap cane constl- week-end In Lake City visiting FOR TAX: ItKFI) \ WV, t.f BWft\ of NWYt\ gas savings you get as much as 10%

t* the major and fam .. > DIM 'N". 1 BJ4 of BW of NW\4\ ex :N 159ft 15
" lea item of his crops Mr. Stewart's brother, NOTICE 4 e s e M HEREBY OIVKN: ? *. SEf of NWV4\ ex N ISO ft.Bee. But single-carburetor fuel supply systems to % over previous

on. ily. That L. D. Vlnlng" holder of Tax 2S, Twp 5 H. R. 21 K. 131 can handle only a given volume Duicks with
Certificate No. 17. Issued the 7 h Acres, more or less. I I. embracedunder
day of July A. D. 1930;;, ha* filed Certificate No. '". of air. the same-size engines. rr
BETHEL same In my office and h.... made Lot* C, *. 7, I. '. 10 of BIX 21.r. .
BOATDRAINBy application for a tax deed tn be .. T. A Co's Addition to HtarkeHea. .

hy Mr*. D. D. WmxlardIf Mrs. Z. Z. Griffls embrace Issued *thereon th. following Hald. certificate,described. 2. under Twp.. .Certificate H. H. 22 K.No. I*203.embraced To that extent, then an ordinary en

D. D. Woodard Gainesville i property In the (Count of Bradford The assessment of the said property gine has a clothespin on its nose a Maybe you'd better |
and Ion apent N. A. Morrell of Stats of Florida, to-wlt: un.l..r said certificates No. 42.
t week-end With hla daughter was visiting his. daughters Miss N'4 of HKli N of River Section 43. 44. 49. 60 and 203 were In the limitation on air supply for big power go see your Huick
Gainesville.MI'1I. IS Twp. 7 H. It. It Jo:., 49 Acre name of Frank MorganCnless -
Mildred Morrell and Mrs. W. E. more or Ie".. said Certificate* shall be operation. dealer now.
1lat evening. The assessment of the said property redeemed according to law the
r lister Gritfls wu vtsltlng Green Sunday under the said certificate Issued properties described therein will besolrf tOption.il equipment on the Buick SriciAL, lUndard on all other model. !
Mrs. Edna .Tonea. retly. Mr. Callle Galney and children was In the name of Empire to the highest bidder at the C4W04)1 S
the first Mon *
door on -
Lumber. Company.Unless Courthouse ;
are visiting Mrs. Gainey'smother said certificate shall heredeemed I day In the Month of May. 1>>4I.

Tommy LI-e has Mrs. G. W. Harrell In according to law the which I I. the 6th. day of May A. 1/1 *;,li.I., Fllntt

III pending a whU.returned with home hJ. Lake City thl week. sold property to the described highest therein bidder will at the be I IJ. JUl.r'al..d. thl* bt.. day of April A. /lfi ". Stall tax,opti"naltquipmtnt

her In courthouse door on the first Monday n. lUI. _"fJ tit '
Tampa. But
Wlllard Prescott of Lake In the month of June 141 (OFFICIAL JIBAM A. J. Th ma* B. and accisst-

'!lira.II A. M. GI1 son and chil. ler was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. which I I. the 2nd, day of June, Clerk: .Circuit Florida.Court of;4-4 BrivlforilCounty. 4t 4-29 8 e.'' to ritltxtra.Pr'untutyttt:<'

lIy Ipent. the day with Mrs. E. Green Sunday. of 194Dated thl* 18th.. day of April UUA*>tA.Of omUAi MO7OIS VAIOS ta ikangt un'tAaut M'.....
GIis80n recently. Mrs. L. G. Johns and sona 1941 A. J. ThomajlOFFICIAL TO WHOM IT MAT "O.II
revisiting Mrs. ( BKAL) Clerk of Clr- : TAKE; NOTICE THAT un Ford .
Hampton we cult Court of Bradford County Coupe, Knglne: No. 1H-I707II4. ""Br-I
More O 1 d People Johns' mother Mrs. Myrtle Florida .-11 4t 1O'f'f -' ing 1941 Motor Vehicle Tag .

luM afternoon.onnm 45-20&6, with an appraised value REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY
Use ADLERIKA they would Priest Thursday (.' OK. 'PPf.fC".TfOfFORT' of less than "1.00", was sels.. '1
better. X UI-f'n' Bradford <'ounty. Florida,
1'01 70 and have had OK" Pl'nf.lr'Tlo. .. ., f r being used > the
on < eo.t. Hill ) 27. 141.
hand .. TO Af'PEU& -- Hectlon, '. ('hapt.r Corner Madison and Walnut Streets Starke Florida
for 14 NOTICE Edw.rdHenn' NOT 1C H 1S HEREBY OIVRV:: violation cf ,
year.. ((1.. M.
at. of World to of Florida, ItJ and
Dalq Th P l I.. That L. A. Davis, holder of Tax 19301. Law*
" For QUICK bowel C. Kellr. wfio<. residence"oUtle,1tbat Certificate No. IIS. Issued the 6th that It l. the I Intention of B. W.
aJld relief trom u..known: Too ar. hereby dlvor... day of August A. D. l t ha* fle| lam l Scarborough I'>Dlreetor. Stst Ilev-
bloat1nlJ' gas. bill of ..omplalnt for .. In offlee and haa made rage Oepartment of Florida, Tallahassee. I '
L"R today.' AT and due .tfld..lt for Court application for a tax deed to be Florida" t. Mil the property THEM

DRUG STeRE. ot..Bradford b..n tiled Couutjr In tb., Florida Clr.ull, 1.. a Issued thereon. Said certificate above. described at publlo _le


251941 Its

caaion. The tea guests cut for lot of bridges between here and Nother .s'prtse marriage .Pro I middle of New RIver
r. SOCIETY and CLUBS .1 the prize, and Mn. Max Snyderwas Key West! bably,be more an' more, the near Le's snap out\ of It an'get '

the fortunate winner of a Hear Coach Bill Stephens Is er we- get to June : Chairman Marcus Brown, told
glaaa powder Jar. doln' some sure an*:steady twlrlln' : The Greeks an' the: .
Been all what Boy
f j ; Mathews-Savage Mercer-IIaile Engagement Bridge-Tea Honoring For refreshments the guests for the Galnaville club this season sayln' along a have a word for it-.a
; l\IrI.; McLendon were invited into the dining room .'Mu get over to see him paradise Starke Is for single gala words, in fact .Those cou lt
Ii Last Saturday afternoon at 4 Friends here will be Interested where the table was covered witha !in action some night 'fore long. since C. B. came along, but, boys, are: Bo Prepared. ,Jus' IVo

' o'clock Norman L. Mathews and to note the following engagement Honoring Mrs. H. B. McLendonof lace cloth and centered by a Have you glimpsed that be- ,hexes news for you. Heard you have a neck like a
,; ,, Miss/ Anna E. Savage, both qf announcement taken from The Orlando Mra. E. L. Matthews tall live'' container filled with youtiful two-tone green Chrysler today that SO-yeah 50-new 'no reason :you should !b.botUt It
Watervlllo, Maine, were united in and Miss Madge Middleton entertained bridal w.eatb.At one end of the Windsor sedan that Ernestine feminine faces will be seen shortly tleneck. a -,(.
h'I marriage at the Methodist Church Palm Beach Post-Times: !I the Afternoon Bridge table Mrs. E_ S. Matthews poured I Buddington McRae Is drlvln' these at Bell headquarters. An So long. .
J with the pastor, the Rev, H. A. Mrs. S. B. Smith, Arcadia an- Club and a few tea guests Wed- tea and at the, other end Miss days. ."Uncle Bud" enjoyln' its not a bit too soon, says I. Un- Carol
Spencer, officiating.Present nounces engagement of her nesday afternoon of last week, at Middleton served: salad. classy smoothness. .Jus' heard nerstand there were' 300 men ),!!
at the wedding were daughter Miss M a rte Mercer, the home of Mrs. Matthews on Flaying bridge were: Mra A about Ernestine and Arthur's and 30'girls at the Armory dance --
the bride's father, her slater.Mrs. Palm Beach, and Woodfin G Church St. A variety of spring; Z; Adkln, Mrs+ Fred Guy. Mrs. unique paneled living room in Sattiday night. '. r If Eace.Acid
H. B. Watkins, Jr., and Mr. Watkins Hlle, Jr.* Palm Beach son ot: flowers including larkspur corn ..I.i.. Andrews. Jr., Mrs. L. F their new home jus' off the Lake If defense is a* slow comln FREE!i youpalnaolStonteq ta'llll'

of St. Petersburg, Arthur J. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle, of flowers calendula, and bridal Chapman, Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs. Butler Road. to Starke as Starke was In going indigo
Charland I, and a large number of Starke, the marriage to be sol- wreath were used to decorate the H. B., McLendon Mrs. O. L. Thought sure war had broken to the Defense Committee met- Bloating,C..Heartburn,belch .,
officers and men from Camp emnized the latter part of June. living and dining rooms of the Haynes, Mrs. E. L. BIggs, Mrs. out down by the Methodist ing laa' Friday night. I'm lookin' Nausea.get a free sample of q
Blandlng where Mr. Mathews Is Miss Mercer is a graduate of Matthews home. JunIus M. Smith, Mrs. R. F Church Sattiday, but as Rev. for a nice quiet hide-out in the .and a Free InterestiCABPENTRR'S UDc4
stationed. the DeSota County High Schoolat At the close of the bridge gameIt Demorest, Mrs. K. O. Duncan and Spencer presently emerged un- ; DRUG booklet
Arcadia, and Is associated with was found that Mrs. L. F. I Mrs. E. L.. Williams.Tea harmed L"'' quite calm, I jus' STOIt:
Picnic Dinner St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. Halle Chapman had made high score, guests: Mrs. R. H. Kelley, supposed 'twas an army wedding I wuuwauauuwuuuuu apuauuuleualululauwu uwnuamuuuws'awuwaslluwluulaluemwlulonaunuwluus
Honoring Mr. AndreuE. Is a graduate of the Bradford and the hostesses presented her Mra Max: Snyder, Mrs. T, K. Mc- takln' place and sure 'nuff it
County High School at Starke with a green pottery flower con- Clane Jr., Mrs. Eugene Jones, was .Jeep after jeep chasing
B. Andreu; of Lake City, and Is associated with the Sewell tainer. The honor guest, Mrs. Mrs. Emory Baya, Mrs. E. J. the jus' marled couple down the : 1 1 i
was honored Sunday by having a Hardware Company.W. McLendon, was given a handker- McMullen, and ?In. E. S. Matthews usta-be quiet streets of Starke. !
hoat of relatives and friends pay chief as a memento of the oeCarolyn Bet stout an' han'some Ray

their respects at 'a picnic of his'dinner Lake S. C. S. Completes .. ._ .. ... ..... _.. _._--H'--_ -.. ... . ...- Stone ("Junior") you know: I THEHTFlg5TRRKEFLORIDR
served In the yard CourseThe would really go t' town in a ,
City hom@ Mr.' Andreu was born wres'lln match if he could jus'see
and; reared;: -I In Bradford Countyand CallstreetYour the man he wants to fee

has many connections here. China mission study Opportunities"by book on -. .. .._--- .--.... --- -- ." right now before he cools off!. I I
Guests from Starke included "I'll tear him to pieces-"I'll i I
Sheriff and :Mrs. A. O. Andreu Karl Ballou, was completed Call Street! and Mine. wanted to rent Quigley & Da- break every bone in hIs body"- BRADFORD COUNTY'S MOST MODERN AND l I
and daughter, Mrs. L. F. Dink- Thursday afternoon of last week Louis Pappas, Guidon Grill's vis's stuffed owl to use as a decoy "I'll challenge him"-"I'll let him UP-TO.DATE THEATRE
C. W. by the members of the Woman'sSociety !. .The new "sound Ie" in the
ins, and her little girl; <
Service of one-armed head waiter, who does choose his own weapon", he says I
Christian -
Colson and family; Mrs. Cecil Paramount Grill-jook organ Sunday & Monday, April 2T-28
,Why, who, Mr. Stone? "Why
the Methodist church. The study more with one wing than you with !. .Ain't
Douglas and children: Mrs. W. S moom pitchers nature Gary Cooper, In
the who knocked the door
and Mrs. was under the able direction of and I with two. .Blng -Crosby'agroanln' grand 1Handsome man I
I Johns and Dorothy J Mr.
of the Athletic Areana and brokeIn "BEAU
of of "It Makes No Difference GESTE"Paramount
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, secretary Mitchell torturIng
J. B. Cone and Win. F. Cone; Ergas "
who! .
mission Now", apparently corn- Tuesday night, thass News
E. B. Thomas. study. hot-dogs In the windowof Popular Science
Oh, Boy!. .I'm itching to seethe
In' from Jook along
I Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Will every organ Jerry's and never losln' his -
Other guests were! Mr. and : match-if and when he finds Tuesday.April 29
Call St. at one and the same
Blair conducted the 'devotional how
Mrs A. B. Surrency and eon, nonchalence no matter great his man! .
time Pink Brown, mustachioed "CROSS COUNTRY
of Brooker Mr. and service; chapter one was reviewedby the rush.. .- .Constant crowd of ROMANCE"With
Mallory ; Mra. S. S.: Dowling and chap- darkle at the fresh orange soldiers around nooks An* speakin' of Bro. Spencer, Gene
:Mra I. D. Mann, Mr. and Mra O. the photo Raymond and Wendy Barrie
L. Thomas and family, Mr. and ter two ,by Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Juice| stand who'd look much .-. .Surely every man in the 43rd I! knowho, to call on If I ever Also-Ants In The Pants
more natural servln' mint jullps, have anything I want the
Wednesday afternoon the wor- and 31st must have had his
Mrs. C. R. Cone and son and Popular Science
; sah. The colored man with the City to do. .Seems tie -
Mrs. S. V. Andreu; of Lake Butler ship service was led by Miss beauty struck by now. .
; Mr. and Mrs.' Noegel of St. Amelia Ray; chapter three was colored name. Temple Ave.-a mixture of gas- went before the Council tother Wednesday & Thursday April 30 & May 1
Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Sam reviewed by Mrs. Titus Olson and Sickly yellow of the old style oline, hamburgers, and hootnan- night complalnin' that he didn'thave "YOU'LL FIND OUT"
Foxworth, Mr. and Mrs. RaY' Fox- chapter four by Mra. T. T. Long. lighting when contrasted with nles. .Why doesn't somebodyopen I more'n a thimbleful of water
worth, and.,C. M.'Andreu,'of Jacks Thursday afternoon, Mrs. A. the new fluorescent flooding. up and mop up in the snap- for his Sattiday night bath, an' ,Also-Paramount With Kay Kyser and Helen Parrish
sonvlllo. Wood led in the devotional ser Those tireless tambourine shakers, shot developin' an' println' biz- did he get action7--I'll say he News & Corralling the Schoolmarm

Mr. Andreu's two sons were vice; chapter five was reviewedby followln' the flow of loose; money, i ness? .Hundreds of dollars did!I. .Council up an' ordered
Friday May 2
present, E. B. Andreu Jr:, and Mrs. E. L. Williams and chap- always ,collect In' ((.their own, salaries worth of this ,wprk beln' sent 2,000 feet of 2-Inch pipe and
wife, from St. Petersburg, and ter six by Mrs. J. W. White. ). A few on the level out of town everyweek. will run 11 right out to the par- "WHERE. DID YOU GET THAT GIRL"

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Andreu of Marlon Love, a high school (Salvation Army, etc.), but many Localities gradually filterln' sonage. .Thass rejults with a With Helen Parrish and Leon Errol
Lake CIty-and their three chil student In the B. H. S., gave a others must be phoney. back to Call St. since Starrett capital REE Also-"Sky Raiders & Syncopated Sioux

dren-who are the only grand- talk on China. As Marlon and PIgtailed Mary Winkler, Call days are over at BlandIng. Too bad aoout the witches or AMATEUR NIGHT- Jrand Finales
children of Mr. AndreuJack her parents have lived in China & Walnut newsgal, whose headline Sam Simpson on the truck for lack> cats or whatever It la thass
Aileen and Bobbie. A large num- for several years, this was firsthand shrlekln' would put her bra Robert Green, the dry and clean pesterin'> T. V. Cannon (3 Friends Saturday, May 3
ber of friends and neighborswere information from a young hers to shame. .Sad-eyed M. Three tow-headed newsboys Barber Shop) these days. ..FIt'stI 2 BIG FEATURES -
present from the Lake City girl's standpoint. Vs who patrol the main drag, orderln', three glasses of water I he demolishes a 1941 Plymouth, "KNIGHTS OF THE RANGE"With
community. keeping soldiers from doln' what and drlnkln' 'em luxuriously in :. then the flu gets him down for
Bundles for Britain they'd like to be doln' themselves one of Canova's swank blue three weeks, then he breaks Victor Jory & Jean Parker

U. D. C. Tea Postponed Harry, the Saturday- booths. through the windshield of a car "CHAN'S MURDER CRUISE"With
bundles for Britain," which Sunday shoeshlne boy whose Call Street's confirmed rocking an' It takes three spools of thread Sidney Toler

Because of unavoidable circumstances have been collected here, were shine Is worth.a dime, and whose chair addicts-Aunt Vida Mor- to stitch up his lace again .. Also-Wimmin Drive Cartoon "SKY RAIDERS"
the tea planned for sent to Jacksonville headquarters shine plus conversation !la easily gan and S. O. 'Weaver .Wonder Tough run of luck," I'll say. MIDNIGHT
this week by the'U. D. C..will be this week, according to 'Mrs. W. worth 20 cents. If they'd care to ,get up a little But glad to see he's able to cut SHOW-Saturday 11:30: P. M.

postponed until sometime May. E. Middleton, chairman who was Ethel Biggs, victim of a stuck tournament?. Ralph Dudley, hair again after so many close "MEXICAN SPITFIRE"With
assisted by Misses Olive and auto horn right on Call St., Buddy Davis, an* Joe Allen lander shaves .. Lupe Velez & Leon Errol l
STENOGRAPH E R 8 NOTEPADS Amelia Ray- ,-Th. value of the blarin' around the block to the In the N. Y. A, school'"' at Camp L. E. Moseley and new .bride Cartoon Knock Knock 'Also STAGE SHOW
-ISo eaqlt" -nitA|>FOIlp "bundles" was' estimated at apT nearest garage. ,Embaru ln., B. Jesie'Mae, vlsltln hla mother. .

COUNTY...!''tL.; ? PR' "!t't? !+!' ,_ >roXJma. IYI"S3.2IS.\.! ,.? ,< ,:'..'*'-'.J I,I Isft.t. '(,1t1-. ..Annyosasfer"who, *o.r; ".- Library ''open" 'ncfvv on 'Sunday I IAAaIMalAnallalaMlaaaplAlMlpAlnanlaM" """. .. AnaIIXIIIAMIMIAIIaIIaAIRaaAhNAnlplal., ,"' """" ', --. '.-- .
L '-----_ _____ .1, afternoons: .- .Idbstriutelv' no-. excuse -

.. .. for not' getlln that b kyou've
/ r a .' J' ':,: ,;:. : ," been" intehdln'. to read
..,.. ,, t f.'. . .' ,. for the past two \lyeara. .

...., ,. :,, New crop ''of,'''knitters beln SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY

,' "P.......t' .. '. raised .Margaret Howard (wife ,

,, f' I of Doc Howard in Carpenter's) April21.26BIRDS
teachln'',.the fern me, population of
Mrs. Durden's ,boarding house the
; fine art Little ,Tom Long
has a- sport model slipover given
him by Mrs. H., an' you should EYE
see him strut when be tries It on. '.' ,
.Sober thot: iMebbe we'd all .
better start knlttln" .Lotta so- ,I '
Jurs at C. B, who may need
sweaters nex' winter. FROSTED FOODS
I' An' speakin':of' doln' your bit. ,
.Have you droppef.in at.the "Y" t
yep: ?. ., ..Saw .Luc i&.Davl- and '
Myrwin Long. iikwnet Tuesday, :* Deliciously Fresh

: .;r .. The : Opening Of : an'Ethel Grace Sewell Wainwright one night and las' week Edna /. awl.Y ,

I' Hart Wednesday? ,. ",.You'll enjoy
,', ..
it. '
: -
/ ( Seems Helen Dowling got tiredof \ .t. ; : _ _M):
{ askln'. her Dad ,for a horse y.. ': '
Leila Dress to rl'de'lIQ she went," to work and ': ;
Shop ... ..
: bought one herself.; .Rhapsody '-: .. COUNTRY STYLE FRYING CHICKEN
Is[ the gorgeous animal's name an' -

Helen makes a gorgeous rider .
; .
Betty Green an' t..
Marjorie Stephens ..

tother were rtdln' with Helen 1'.L.: .. CUT CORN AND GREEN BEANS
day when some of the -
SATURDAY APRIL 26th InLeila's army lads spied Jem and decided ',' '" '
they were fine subjects .' / .
for.a.camera study.... .Didn't see .
J;;,: ;,;. the end of the chase but I'm ." ,
- -
sure the pictures."musta been

good. > ..
Salon Jus' heard ahd IJL ft.f't.the: ultra- '
Beauty =
smart youngest! _set_ havln an Try These Birdseye Foods ;,,: '-
afternoon club. like their mamas ; T
....t '" Sue
.Dotty Biggs
; Margaret
Broiling Chicken :
- Foul For Fricassee
'l ,.'s Montelth Merry 'Beth Knight, I
.. and others. .. .The girls get club-

\I! .0 ___r n minded at a tender* age" these Roasting Chicken - - Flounder Fillets
days, don't they? ;

Feel like takln' an excursionride
", I r,. these lazy spring days.. I Lima Beans
Why not book passage on Peggyout

Nelly"Don & Classy Jean Dresses Formerly carried byMarguerite's an' back. .Edna 'Hart an' .. :
(-i. 1 l ,; r. ;. ." Lily Bridges tried It tother day .
Shop. and report the actmory around

Clayno that spring perfectly is here elegant,. .Peggy now was WE CARRY A C, 0 M P LET E..-. :' LINE
*- -
-ALSO- even kind: enuf to let 'em stop -, .
for Coca Colas so the day was OF BIRDSEYE FROSTED FOODSw

'' perfectly perfect. ,
'Franklin. Annetta and Snyder Knitt Dresses formerly Congratulations; to Katie and "

Nookl.Yalnwrigbt., proud parents .
carried by the'Clar Jean Shoppe.LEILA'S of a baby: boy. a Jimmy ".:.,',:" - -- ,
they're: Tallin him.. / .Now I - -- .
know why Grace was; goln Into
.a huddle over bassinet trlmmlna'

.Trlmr the stork. ,Is booked up
"lid for May June Jily, and
August.: .My. my. ". ;Pink bows

DRESS SHOPPHONE 'an Hue furbelows But springwas A. M. DARBY'Phone
ever thus. ,Ah, me. .
Kap Duncan an* Steve Weldon

left Wednesday( for the Leltton.conven'Uon"Jn .;
I' ey" West. .Pro-' .
149 STARKE, FLA. raised to paint the town red white 77 212'Call' St.
an' blue an' do it up brown to I 'Starke, ,Fla.APR .

boot. .Go to It, boys. .But
don't forget-there's .a mighty '

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BITS -of: LOCAL NEWS Mrs. W. A. Colley had as her Mrs. Effie Johns has as her Atli UAIIIQ! EXPANSION were given alao that both airportand 'a.t .. ,j' '' 1'

F I guest Sunday her daughter Mrs. guest this week her slater Mrs. Orlando,-Tho Municipal Airport I peas may not ,only b e ,r'' 1'i f
Sam Gilleaple, of Ft. Meade, and and Orlando Air Base ye doubled, but tripled I n size!. ') .']j1\1 J'1
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'- -- Carrie Smith, of Webster. Last!
Mrs. Glllesple'a son-in-law and terday received: allocations totaling 1 shortly as the giant defense pro.' ;: :
[ Ettie Johns was In CainesWednesday Mrs. Thomas Grady of New Mrs. G. H. Blount of Plant City daughter Mr. and Mra. Clinton Sunday Mrs. .Johns Mrs Smith, nearly. $300.000. Indication ,' gram steps Into high gear. :t .}, ; 'f
York, Is visiting: In the home of was the guest of her daughter, Holllngsworth of Brewster. Mrs. Mena McCutcheon and her ... ; .
her mother, Mrs. P. H. Manassa. Mrs. Eunice Box Tuesday and daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Cross, of "

iv. Cox and S. B. Wednesday. Mrs. W. S. Johns was on the Jacksonville, and Mrs. John's I
urge in Jacksonville Sun James V Cannon of the Three sick list a day or two this week. brother and his wIfe Mr. and i m
8 "here Friends' Barber Shop was a business Miss Nettle Dowling returned Avery Tyson of Lake'Butler, now Mra. M. B. Carter, of Lawtey, .

visitor In Jacksonville Tues Monday after spending a week in employed In Miami, Is. the guest spent the day near Twin' Lakes, WANTEP 500 hungry ,. '
Fred GUY> is spending this day. Jacksonville with her aunt, Mrs. this week of Mrs. W S. Johns taking a picnic: dinner with them.TO who Rood peopie "
I. enjoy eating I
with her hu James Godbold. Mr. ,
In Tal1ahBssee i and : and Mrs. J. B. Cone. wholesome homecookedmeals '*'
Mrs. George Inman and Mrs. WHO IT MAY 'ONfKH\t: I
TAKR NOT1CK THAT one .16'0 at prices can af'Y', ;
Inman visited Legislator Mt' and Mrs. A. I. and you
W. J, Johns waa 86 years of Model 1 A Ford Sedan En Kin* Kov '
C. Manning spent the weekswith George Inman at Tallahassee last daughter, Anice, of Jacksonville, age Tuesday, and an annual family A-390I8U, hearing IAu Tag No. ford;! to pay.-The A & ACafev ,,; e

hi. family In Jackson week-end. were guests Sunday of Mr. and reunion will be .held at the 11.34S7.lees 1 than with $1.000 an appralatd was ..I.,valueof d In '1 :} ,
Mrs. J. F Colley. Itradfnrd County. Florldn, March $ i
home of his son-in-law and daugh- I ,
SI, 1941, for being need In viola
L. D. Green and : < t t1.I.J &
Adolph Gay Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas, tlon of Section 8, Chapter 1931)1.1awn Si
Maude Crews of Jackson-" enjoyed a trip to Key West during Mrs O. L. Beasley returned are expected at the celebration. la the of Intention Florida, 1SS9 of ,;1..n\tr.\ :; It .. : :\.'"> I
I\ .
VI a s transacting business the week, driving down In home Monday after a short visit I hroiia-h. Director of the State Hev- : j

Tuesday. their% car. In Tampa with her parents, Mr. Mr and Mrs. Walter Mueller, of '! erase .Pepartment Kinrlda, to of sell Florida the\ property Tslla.hasese - : "i.i i: ''J
and Mrs. A. C. Durden. Jacksonville, were guests Thurs above denrrtbed at .public rule at --- '. IsY ,
Edith Rowe, an employeamp City authorities are tearing up day of Mrs. Marjorie Colley. Mrs. the Oourthoune, Starke, Florida, at 'J '
Is 10:00: A. XI. on :May XT. 141.
Blandln-. was on the Court Street this week from Canto Mrs. F. H. Long spent the Colley and daughters, Shirley and The Stale Hewi-age Department INSURANCE AN D_ BONDS ;
list the first of the week. .Jefferson and putting In new week-end In Jacksonville with her I Frances accompanied them back i of reject Florldw any and reserves all hldx.the right to ; \ +rhy''
sewer pipes.T. daughters, Miss Lola Long and to Jacksonville for dinner that All. pemona rlalmlnir any right or
q. J. it Brownlee and Mrs. Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll. evening' II I I anv Interest part In thereof or to said are property hereby is-or HAROLD WALL AGENCY RiSouthern
L. Wall were visitors In Frank Landrum spent the I mired to nppenr and to mnke suchclaims C. : 1'1'w' 1,
within 'thirty tact days
endue Monday morning. week-end in Tamp on business.On The city fire truck is "sport. Miss Carol White Is expected from the, date. of I the first "hllca- ,
the way down, Mrs. Landrumand ing" four brand new tires home today after spending- three 'tlon of thin.. notice an provided for I"

11., T. K. McClane. Jr., and children, Martha and Idell, chased from the Gay Service pur-Sta. weeks with Miss Lois Crosby in ; of by "Section'''.r'1., '' .. U 11I3\, !Chapter, to the 1HH01 Htnte: Itav.I I Ieraire Constant Service Over 50 Years ;(: :1"! 1
III and Don. are stopped at Mr. Driftwood Pa. While Wins Permrfment of Florida, I IhaiiMee
ren, T. K., Larid rum's home tlon at a cost of around $300. away KlorlJu, or all aurh rlchta ;, :d
mg relatives In Gainesville. near Brooksvtlle. White visited Washington, D. C., and Inlervtit. \In and to anld property Starke
Mrs. L. :J. Green and children Niagara Falls, and other points ,, ahall ceuxe. and terminate. I Please Phone 146 \ 1
--------. ---'-'------:. I |I !oJ. W. tk-nrbrotigh., I Illlrertor 1,
anj Miss Sara Barefoot spent interest. I II{: State KeveraK! Depart* ,\
0. Box 721 Estimates Furnished Sunday in Daytona Beach with I'l ment Ida. of Florida Tallahassee\ 4-Z kt b'Ier.a-3 '" 1
Mrs. Green's father, J.V.. Aber- Mrs. Charles Darby, MUs Eve- I'd t a, 1 1tls
nathy. lyn Slump Mrs. F':. L. Matthews I w
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and Mrs. u'' 9 1
1>[r. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd N. Wainwright, Jr., were In

J. PELLICER Prop. had as recent visitors, Charles Gainesville' Monday visiting Mrs.
Jones of Tampa, and Mr. and J. R. WaInwright and small son, I I
PLUMBING & HEATING Mra. Charles Shepherd of Griffin at the Alachua County Hospital. 1 .
Ga. f
The following young ladles

Miss Irene Matthews In the from Starke enjoyed a fried
hop on Broadway, Between Phone 148 office of the Coca-Cola Bottling chicken dinner last Saturday with 4a
all and Madison Sts. Starke Florida Co., spent a few days visiting the khaki-clad boys of the 114th

-. n ...... _,___,___<- her home. folks In Moultrie, Ga., Field Artillery: Misses Evelyn / ,
recently. I Stump, LoIs Adklrm. Helen Dow- I 'Fs.0.
ling, Marguerite DeOrlo and I

"THE ARMY STORE"Ben Judge A. Z. Adkins delivered Frances Peek. .f
the Commencement address be-
Suslow] fore the graduating class of the Mr. and Mrs William Balls,
MorrUion High School Wednesday who have been In Starke for the
209 East Call] Street .
nightMr past two or three''weeks, left
Monday for their home In New '
Military Supplies and Novelties (
,. and Mrs. L. D. VinIng had York City. They will return /
as week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. within a few weeks when It is .
PECIAL-Complete outfit khaki pants & shirt $2.00
Walter Timmerman and Prank expected that Mr. Blain will enter

OOT LOCKERS __________-:_______________ $4.50 Fender, of Stockton, Gu., and I business/ here. _.
Fred of Lake City. Oph.' t
Vining V.e. MT.
RESS SHOES ____________________..-----__ $3.50 I hP W
Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned "

OTTON RIDING PANTS __________________ $1.00 Earl B. Searing Is in St. Luke's Monday to her home In St. Augustly
\-Cut .e
AIXCOATS: --_____?_____________________ $2.00 Hospital Jacksonville where he I, after spending a week / 1
Is recuperating from an appendectomy here with her daughter, Mrs. E. .
"We Sell For Less" which was performed'I L. Biggs. Mrs. Cliff was accompanied znaBrarrdewRerrdjr IOeft
April IS. He is expected home I by her little grand II .

soon. daughter, Dottie Sue Biggs, who 9'110/1 Pae k ge a'a

w will remain for a visit S'flA '

Mrs. H A. McKinnon spent : sI. ;
Tuesday! with her husband here. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Holllngsworth -
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING She was enroute from her former were In Lake City 1 r i / t r

''" !"'i,-.- .' ...."..-. .. -."' .." '_ home Grand Rapids. Mich., Monday visiting .M,. ,HoUlnga r a, ..''
"Of a Modern, Up-to-date '" to her present home, St. Petersburg worth's sister, Mrs ,James L. r
Hair. Mrs. Hair came'to; Starke "
Tuesday for several days' visit r 4; 1 .4 3 3.r
Jewelry Store Fire Chief V. H. Carden and In the home of her .parents. Mr. f

Mrs. Carden, assistant chief Calvin !- and Mrs. F. C. Holllngsworth.Mrs. ; .
Johns, and Bud Jenkins attended "
A Complete Line of the State Firemen's Convention Anna Bell and Mrs. Mar .r ; tk, j.e.. i i'I t as.

Nationally-advertised Merchandise i In Jacksonville Sunday tha McCormick who have been ..3Yly .p 4. 1 1ft

Briggs Carmen Bracelets Elgin Watches 'and Tuesday. for the past four week visiting Y
-a s.4 rtr4 ( I '
Parker In the home of Mr. and Mrs. John ,
Pens, Ronson Lighters CombinationsAnd '
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght Uglow and Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
a Complete Line of Other Jewelry have announced the birth of a Ward returned Wednesday t o ,

son on Sunday, April 20 in the their home in Illinois. Mrs. Ug- 1 :
Gainesville Hospital. He has been low baa been 111 for.the past two r ; +
GEM JEWELRY COMPANY named James Richard Wainwright weeks. ; .' I r 9

,. Jr. ,lp
109 Call Street d'i i
CAROM rAI'Ea-e: 1-2: :x II. i
I Mrs. A. B. Baker, of Daytona 8 1-2 :x ISt: $2 per'' box BRAD- SEE HOW Clever New Package Makes Serving .. I '4 "
Beach, was In. ackaonvUle today FORD COUNTY TKLEUlltAPII.!
for a "check up" following a recent -I '. .. Easy and Saves Money by Protecting Freshness . ,j i iI ,4

operation.. She will visit her ORDER OFJVOTItH P11f...( ATIAt .r
: father J. B. Rowe, here for several The Htate of Florida to Willis

Just In owe Mme of you folks days. Mae unknown Thomm: whose residence !I.

forget to read the bottom of my Yuu are hereby notified that bill
'., Mrs. L. A. Davie Mrs. E. K. of complaint for divorce and due
xl let me mention! a few Items .
k affidavit for this order ban been .' 1
i which may have slipped your Perryman, and Miss Madge Mld- filed In the Circuit Court of Bradford -
dleton were In Lake City Friday County Florida, In a- fauna
memory. We Sell Manhattan wherein Joseph Renlamln Thoma.I. HtfrBlL
Shirts, Cooper's Jockey Underwear attending a meeting of the Second la plaintiff and. Willie Ma. Th man
of I. defendant, and yorf are requiredto
Brigade, United Daughter the
Holeproof Sox Hickok appear In said eao.., on June
Belt and many other sorry Confederacy.Mrs. and 1141. Bradford County Teie- h
brands. paper graph In In. which designated thin order ah the shall n"wa-bitpubllahed 8 big dices of extra food H..rti* a thrifty Una if cnopfcei.wrapper. over t .t

Should you be In the market Ira R. Corn, of WichIta onre a week for, foureon.eeutlve better baked cake each in you only serve thrM or lour unnerved porMom Cake i, i ,. ;
try tin first and save a trip to Kan., Is the guest of Miss Madge return date.Witness 1 week prior to said its own compartment. slices of the cjke.- rails! fresh for Mat meal.Before ,
Middleton. Mrs. Corn has spent
my and official t ,'
the city. the past winter In Miami and Heal a.t Htarkc.April l. Florida A. I>. 1(41., thl the Big delicious fvvo-/oyer/ gold calces'gmMrowWy f3W and fee**. r 111.E

Lakeland and Is enroute to her Clerk(OFP'rCIAJ.Circuit, SKAI.A./ Court./ J.Bradford Thomas Three) flavor*-Prlc.Jot only 29c exickCKKocrf + l

EXTRA SPECIAL home in Wichita. County Florida / ./ Lady Baltimore and CararrwlSMp: 1' t p
LL SHEETING Mrs. H. B. McLendon and I I"
who have been
daughter, Jeanette, I"I.. .00UP
here visiting Mrs. McLendon'sparents ; TRUSSES '3 '
10 yards for, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. I we Introduced this grand new cake we showed the exclusive !

Matthew, have returned to their I Troa.. carefully {P
90C In Orlando. ,
home Iitt.d la itubborn oaeea. ** I
I I jI idea;" "just what we've wanted; "A real money saver, were just ;

xANESUndershirts I W. E. Bryant, Jr., with the remarks. .t f
few of the
Seaboard 011 Co., at Cocoa, to- a Jr,
with his wife and two
& gether :
children spent the week-end with LIGHTWEIGHT '3 nil You'll enjoy taste-tempting Southern cakes and you'll. enjoy the convenience .. 't
Mr. ,,Bryant's parent, Mr. and SNUG TITKoch LPI '
Shortsall '
made the exclusive Rcdi-Cut Pack
and savings possible by
Mrs. W.: E. Bryant. I| Drug Store p

sizes, : Mrs. Titus Olson, who I*' a 8T.UIKK:, rHLA. age which docs away with cutting, crumbling and stale cake w'aste. ?

: delegate from the Woman's of', Solve your dessert problem with a Southern Rcdi-Cut Cake this I y ti
2Sc I Society of Christian Service
r I the Methodist Church, la in Lake- i week-end. Ask your grocer for your favorite flavor today.

MEN'SSHARKSKIN land attending the annual meeting I
of this organization. I CcpyHcM Wl.Cdumfete ttkMy Company j I 1
i .A
; I
Werner G. Jones of Bartow. for ,
; all colors-all sizes 18 years tax assessor of Polk
County was a visitor In Starke I,

S.98 -. 4.95 II.Tuesday He was visiting his I Southern / CAKE
son. Lt. Col. W Eugene Jones
at Camp Blanding, and paid the
5 A wonderful line .Telegraph a visit. mI

of Gainesville B/VKi :
3pr3. i Dr. G. C. Tlllman.
Te--.ed,.'." ..14 br from. size 9 to 52 who was a major at the HEAL IIONEST-TO- I .

f:::zS.IFSupporting L= 1.OO to 3.95STERNBERG'S .1 end of the World War, reenteredthe GOODNESS HOME ,
The service at Camp COOKED MEALS I tfk BREAD9ealtitful I
Sock week with the name rank.
Major Tillman has been surgeon M R ri 1r'yi

at the University of Florida for ,, DEPOT CAFE VITAMINS yi ev,
many year and has spent many ,

summer at KIngsley Lake, doing AT TilE S. A. I*. DEPOT
local practice; occasionally. I 1'y '


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\ New Ideas In Cakes Designed RACE TRACK PROFITs ,

II With Our Famers To Save Time For Modern. Housewives I LIVE STATE NEWS reward MIaDiI-Florida of 2,402.773oo reaped l

I The woman has always had her wrapped together In a waxed 043.42 better $ht .
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t + ) The Telegraph thought best on starvation, ought to feed them, I way-and today science and Industry wrapper. than W"take"from
this week, instead of having the without any help from the U. S. I have linked forces to So, half DOCTOR ARRESTED WPA DEFENSE: PROGRAM horse and
you can- serve one doC
I farmers talk crops, to have them He thinks the war situation is give the'modem housewife the save the other half still wrappedin Tampa,-Dr. Thomas R. But- Jacksonville The WPA De- Ing and Jai alai this winter, 1\

express themselves on present pretty serious, and says "the time and labor saving devices she the two protecting wrapper chart, 77, local physician arrested fense program In Florida exceeds biggest season since the
w' world events, especially with reference farmers ought to raise somethingto demands. For the housewife of
I This new twin packed loaf keeps last week by U. S. narcotic twenty-one million dollars undertaken of parlmutuelwagonn/
+ to World War II, and feed the with" in
? army case 1941 has to keep up with the *
t bread fresh longer and saves agents on charges of selling drugs since July 1 1940 and ended last 1
+ what part the farmers could and the United States Is called Into times-she has to look young, be week--topped
stale bread off
by eliminating
would play in case America the conflict "That Is the biggest mentally alert, raise a family, waste money The healthfulness has also. outside his professional practiceand about sixteen thousand persons Jae Schenck's surprise .

should actually be drawn into thing I know of right now," he keep pace with her husband's In- been Improved by the addition of released on $1,000 bond, was jects.MUST were assigned to defense pro- the $10,000 tropical "
the conflict, said. "I would be arrested of handlcep
willing to sacrifice tellectual interests. the energy-giving Vitamin B-l- again on charges repeating -

and do my part If the war It all takes time, too. For another'of industry's aids to. the the offense BEANS DROWNED oil-
R A. Griffis who lives BUY FLORIDA TAGS
on an should come to our shores Orlando-Heavy
the minds and machines of science modem housewife.A ralnfaM
80-acro farm three and a half THIEF ENTERS CHURCH Tallahassee.-Warning was Issued i ing up to four *"
and industry come the trick utensils and five ,
1' miles out on Road 13 between E. E. Green who cultivates 13 .the labor the variation of the twin packed Tampa-Theft of a heavy silver this week by the State motor In the Everglades
savers, gadgets and
loaf Is the
half-white half-wheat POD
here and Lawtey, believes we acres of a 25 acre farm on Road that give Mrs. Housewife her baptismal bowl and a "email /vehicle. department that sections caused the lose !
will get Into the war against 48 six miles out toward Raiford, leisure hours. the modern bread package which gives the amount of cash" from the Hyde county officers have been In- I acres of snap beans of S.
Why, housewife of the
kinds bread
Germany. "Maybe not until the aid Saturday: "If the United housewife doesn't even have to two for Park Methodist Church, was re- structed to arrest anyone found Agricultural Marketing F

end of the year, but everythingis States doesn't do something: we're use -ulr-tlrht box to keen her I the price of one. ported to police by Rev. Harry driving a car without a 1941 tag. reported. As a result. the Be

converging to that point. I going to get a licking. It looks bread herself- (she had quit- bak- The same progressive baker who Waller. The theft attributed to Attention is also called to the bean acreage In Florida Sp

hate to'see us do It," he con- like we are preparing mighty to cut her own cake anymore.It solved the problem of keeping a "sneak thief," believed to have fact that persons employed: In the duced from 22,000 to w81
tinued, "but It doesn't look like slow," he continued. "I guess bread fresh longer Is Just now used a pass key to enter the State must obtain Florida tags Heaviest movement Is 17,

there is any other way out. the big fellows know more about all started yesterday, you Introducing a most unique cake church, took place one night last and may not use out-of-state tags during the first two exp.
"I believe the longer we wait" It. than I do; but it seems to me might say, when the housewife package that eliminates the muss week. If working in the State. i May wetb
found herself 'too rushed to slice
continued Mr. Griffis, "the worse like the United States is In bad and fuss usually accompanyingthe
bread herself (she ad bak-
off we will be." Speaking of aid shape." cutting of cake. RAZE NEGRO SLUMS =s- .
ing her own bread ).
to Britain, he said, "It weakens Mr. Green continued: "We Commercial bakers came to the It wasn't so long ago that Jacksonville,-Men with crow-
o Us every day, because we are farmers, must go to work and bread before baking was one of the"main occupations bars and sledge hammers are 'VM
rescue by slicing the
giving our war materials to Eng- make something to eat. We can't wrapping it In waxed' I of .the housewife tearing down the largest and
land instead of using them our sell it, but we can eat It." paper. and one of ,the most tiring. But worst negro slum district in town
But with the loaf sliced, air 1
selves." circulated through the package as the comm rlclal bakers pro- -one of the biggest and worst IIErnYAieTI Ji

When asked what the farmers J. F. Hazen, of Starke, said: more easily and the "stale bread grassed in the art, the housewifewas in the entire south. In all 650 i :

could do to help I in case of "If England kills a carload of problem" arose especially able to buy her baked goodsat dwellings will be cleared from

America's actual entrance Into Germans, Hitler puts two more serious when only part of a loaf the neighborhood grocery store 10 city blocks to make room for
the war, and whether or not he carloads In their places." I was needed for one meal. Now, and get the same fine-grained 708 modern housing units, the

would be willing to do his bit, at last, one enterprising baker texture and fluffy moistness that Jefferson-Madison homes, a $1876,549 ,-
Mr. units said< : "I 'am willing Roy Starling, 0 f Hellbronn has solved this housekeeping prob- she got In her own cakes-and at low-rent housing project TRY IT fbfcAy, ( I fatt.Seo{i.
to all I Is In the draft a savings of time, trouble and for negroes. It will be the .n.6NOI)
help can. We should be I Springs age. "I lem by dividing the loaf into two sec- IT SETS THePAClg fflTHE QUALITV RACI doem.l)
,, willing to help feed Great Britain, don't want to go to war," he twin halves, each twin Individu- money. So, the art of home mak- ond here, a Durkeeville project ,bnydtidu"a
but I believe in helping ourselves said Saturday, "but will go if I ally packed, then both halves ing has shifted to the attic to was completed in 1937. /tecipn,
first. called and will do the join the discarded of home tfiM.llTm
People are leaving the am best I __, .. art ,
farms," he said "because they can." Monroe streets In the city of weaving."

'can't compete with this labor I'm Starke. And on this farm he has Commercial bakers gradually Preparing 1 1 I for 1 My Son's I Exam"I
hauling strawberry pickers 11 Noland Bryant who lives with squash, cabbage, corn, strawberries duced cakes with a good old-

r miles night and morning, and can his father, D. L. Bryant, on a beans and turnips! duced cakes with at good old-

hardly hire pickers then," he con 40-acre farm five miles out on Mr. Wilson is a sort of "share fashioned home-baked quality and

cluded. the Lawtey road, thinks that cropper, He'! farms one-half acre flavor, but commerce never stops 1I I

Mr. Griffis has 50 acres under' "the farmers should help out In of Mr. Sparks' land on shares, looking for Improvements and the

cultivation, including six acres of any way they can," if the United and rents another half acre from housewife never stops hunting t

strawberries. States should get into the War. W. A. Bessent, Jr. Mr. Wilson time and money savers and 1 /

When asked his opinion of raises enough vegetables for three this time ,the. housewife didn't

Clyde Hall, who farms IS Hitler, Mr. Bryant replied, "I families-his own, that of his want to bother, with I cutting her i .
acres on Road 28 near Theressa, think he ought to be out of busi son-in-law, K. C. Bounds, and Mr. cake or discarding the stale por-

says he thinks Hitler, who caused ness." He also expressed the Sparks'. In addition to that he tions. And the new packagesnow

so many people in Europe to be opinion that "If Hitler is ever sells a dozen bunches of turnips on the market eliminate both
conquered, we will have to get and a crate of strawberries a day, problems. rle1
Into the war." and "has time I .
enough n the The baker who designed this
New meanwhile to keep all the
p cows package first bakes
a large size,
Modern A. C. Sumner says the War is driven out of town," Mr. Sparks two layer gold cake and fills and
"pretty dent bad." Mr. Sumner said. r h
Sanitary Ices it generously in the favored (
lives on an 80-acre farm, 25 of
home style. Then h e departs
Expert which is under cultivation, at the J. F. Shaw, night patrolman, from regular packaging routine I.
Barbers old Saxton settlement. "T h e worked long enough in the day-
by dividing the cake into eight I
Germans are going to keep righton time Saturday for the reporter to equal portions. Each portion Is.. \'t

For Quick Service Visit The till they whip those .Greeks," solicit a few remarks from him placed in a separate compartmentand
he said. on the war situation. He has
entire cake is
STARKE BARBER SHOP Realizing that an army "travelson rented his 40-acre farm a t with i a teplaceable covered i

.,-,. ". Its stomach," Mr. Sumner said Brooker, and lives In Starke. wrapper. The wrapper cellophane held to f// v
that if we get into the "the
war Mr. Shaw Is certain that the the base of the
tray by.a
Our Beauty Service farmers would have to furnish the United States will have to help board collar
that .snaps off and r .uI_
rations. Asked what he thoughtof stop the war. "It looks like we '
Insures you off Hitler, 'he replied: ":'I( Id: tell are going to have:"to-, help 'the on again. i ..:':....:.. '

always looking! you what' X"think of him the Allies," he said, "and it looks as Thus, if the'' housewife wantsto
women would run" if serve two or three portions,
best we will be in the war within
your .. .
"Anybody who will kill sick siX; months." When asked whether she snaps off the collar, lifts the ,,
We have real! people and old ; cellophane wrapper and removes !
people and crippled or not be thought we should feed
skilled stylists! ito people hasn't the principles of a the starving people 0 f Europewho the desired number of servings.To .

do your) dog. If he conquers the world," were brought to their present preserve the rest of the cake

work' Mr. Sumner concluded, "what has condition by Hitler, he responded: and keep it moist and fresh, she .. r

he got? Not as much as It cost "Hitler should feed the people merely replaces the cellophane laaaca k.w.ut.. I as tneaiW. Iw n esu'a saga
STARKE BEAUTY him to get It." over there. And even If he doesn'tdo wrapper and snaps the collar on -lr NINa IUt M taa Mash II aaaae. ltealwIllt
SHOPPE It to hold It firm. to Ash h. laid It IItIIII Wu pat.,..,
we should not do It.
ran lat. lad "S pad MI." trraaaa
Located! Near East Door of Another real "city farmer," according I don't see how we could prosper Once again, science and Industry fleet roar elsis taall'a. lllllslaaada .
Courthouse to S. E. Sparks, is E. L. by feeding them. I'd hate combine to create time and dairy !pr WW 11III.III w rN
Wilson, who has a one-acre farmon to express my opinion of Hitler," labor saving devices that give the a Iw,..-'IElI.) .a'I ula :
the comer of Lafayette and he concluded. housewife more leisure. With a-e tMr vs lilt MNI. aslirW.spasa..N. ..
these latest bakery gawaaaa MatnktltarWn.
Dackasres. she ...- .M,.,. MINIM MIr-WrMN-Y r ......_._._
can keep her bread fresh torsev- j w..w.r-r-r; '::: .NMYdINAHNIryNINM.r .
1iIXJ QOOO Facts That Concern You eral meals and her --.. rr,'r.e---CNr
No. 27ofaSerU gets cake ; ..:...=:..-r. III UII IL III fill Itltl1rr.
ready cut, ready to serve, while ..,.,-.-"......-...-...-
"N _.MS IBM MM tt *M -
the replaceable > HMT
cellophane wrap- ."---. -
per eliminates l. t h'e problem of '

stale cake waste STAY THRU MAY -"Enjoy Florida's Springtime! J

Fit s Yif s t. i y t I Farm Problems

And RemediesTo

avoid attacks of corn stalk iI'

borer in early corn, select land

that was planted in velvet beans,

crotalaria, or some crop of this
)' ,.-, type the preceding year and plowit

c. Ic-7 as long as possible in advanceof

planting In order to starve insects

that may be on It. Do not

plant early corn on land that

was planted during the preced-

ing year to cowpeas or any crop
that the borer likes particularlywell.

Little can be done to con-

trol this insect once the corn la

out of the ground as It attacks

corn as soon as it sprouts.
ONE ...r
SOUR NOTE Sodium arsenite is good for -.--------- I

killing trees. For quickest results -
it should be inserted Into

but it's small holes or cuts in the trunksof
a great orchestra neverthelessEven trees while they are In active

growth. Care should be exercised -

in using this material, as it
a great orchestra will make a danger the benefits to the public that Is very poisonous and should not

musical mistake once in a wtiih. And beer has made possible. come In contact with the opera--

once in a while...out of the thousands tor's hands or be kept where live-
For example in Florida
beer has stock to it. A
may get
decent law-abiding beer retailers in J A C
created SON V ILL
18,294 E
new jobs with an way to handle It is by using an
Florida you'll come across oneor annual payroll of $15,757,151 and paid ordinary plunger type oil can and

two who operate disreputable es with a long spout as this will
1735893.93 in
tablishments.. taxes last year. enable the operator to insert the TAL L A H ASS E ENowt

These "black The brewing industry wants"black fluid into the tree without dangerof Florida Motor line offers THROUGH and DIRECT service to Jacksonville

sheep" retailers eheep"retaiJerseliminatedentireJy.1'oll it touching Otis hands. and Tallahassee without'change. Coav nlentJy-tlmecl departures enable you
stitute a tiny minority. Yet they tend to leave in the morning, do
can help us by patronizing your rftopptng or business In either city and returnIn
to drag down the good name of beer. reputable legal only the Spraying or "dusting with bordeaux the evening. TWO departures going and returning.. The FIRST TIME. IN HISTORY

By arousing public places where beer is mixture or copper-lime dust such transportation facilities have been.offered In this city
indignation such sold. And by reporting irregularities to may be somewhat effective I n LEAVE EASTI10UND
undesirable retailers endanger 12:10 P. M. antI 5:<*<0 P. D6
your the duly constituted law enforcement controlling angular leaf spot of LEAVE WESTBOUND
right to enjoy good beer. They also enauthorities.. cucumbers to 'a certain extent, 8:20 A. M. and 8:20 P. M-

but the best method of combatingthis JACKSONVILLE '.60 One Way TALLAHASSEE $2JW One Way'CONWAY'S

disease is to treat the seed

before planting with a 1-1000 so- SERVICE STATIONCorner -
lution of corrosive sublimate. The
BEER..a beverage of moderation '-OIAF. seed should be treated for 10 Road IS A Road 48 Phone 147 S tark, FJa.APR .

minutes and then rinsed, In several -

LL {.} changes of water And dried. /

STA FLING. l'L\CIlINES--I.50 / a



APR 25 194tFAGK


Betty, left Lawtey Friday afternoon -'I' Hospital where he was taken for family of Hellbronn Springs were. Sapp over the wek-end.. j

FAROUND LAWTEY for a week-end trip to St. treatment visiting Mrs. Sarah Alvarea Sunday Miss Lucille Howard was the

Petersburg. While there Mr. and Miss Phoebe Green of Lawtey dinner guest of .Mis Velma Norman {
ub Moore Mrs. Moore were guests of Mr. visited; her grandmother, Mrs. H Clyde Manning was visiting relatives Sunday. ''j

and Mrs. H. V Brooks and Mr. C. Wimberly. here Monday. In Jacksonville over the Levy Norman was visiting In' ,-

ROAST COMPLI- W. S. O. 8. MEETS WITH W. M. U. MEETSAT and Mrs. John Stribling while Miss Maggie Crews had as week-end. Raiford Sunday morning.,
ER; / MBW- W. J. DOYLE AIRS. W. II. EDWARDS, JR. BAPTIST )PARSONAGE I Caroline and Betty were guests of dinner guest Sunday Mrs. !oI. L. Mr and Mrs. O. J. Howard, The Rev J. T. Barnes of Rising -
'fL'l/G Mr and Mrs. W. C. Neet and
J. Dreyer entertained The Women's Society of Christian The Women's Missionary Union I : Crews, Misses Esther Crews, Sara formerly of Heltbronn Springs, delivered the Sunday morn- ,o ,
Welder Roast Tuesday Service met Tuesday after- of the Lawtey Baptist Church : Miss Betty Nest, a former school Crews Grace Crews, Miss: Mel- are now making their home In ing church services at Water Oak '\ url!

i April 15, honoring her noon at the home of Mrs. W. H. held its regular business meeting mate.SAMPSON vern Thornton and M. L. Crews, this section. Church In the place of the Rev !-

?' Mrs, W. J. Doyle who Edwards, Jr. Thursday, April 24, at the home CITY Jr., all of the State Farm at Ral MraBeulah Kelly and motherof H. M Tlllman. The rest $f the ,
celebrating ter her 21st birth- The meeting was opened by of Mrs. Lee Enfleld. By l\.... S. E. Jones ford. Rising were dinner guests of week-end service were conducted. f '

Mrs. I. B. Cody Mr* Claude Green and Mrs, G. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman brother Tlllman. s'a ""
adversary..irteen reading the 100th Following the business session Mr. and Mrs. U A. Brown*of I by \/: I II
guests assembled toerry Psalm. Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck gave an Interesting Brooker are the guests of Mr. and W. Mosley of Maxville were visitors Sunday i
I '
on this occasion and After a short business session talk on matters Mrs. Gilbert Brown. here Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Clyde John of OEM CUPS-50o per 'M- I
salad, ake.VW11 the remainder of to pertaining and Mrs. I. J. Norman Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Johns' BRADFORD COUNTY TEL It v t "+
potato the religious
afternoonwas subjects.A Mrs. Joanna Crosuy 0: Tampa
and Miss Cleo Norman visited parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellery GRAPH.
BS the roastedn given to delightful ; q
social activities and social hour con- has returned to live with her a-
completed the menu for delicious_ chicken salad and Iced cluded the meeting and refreshments daughter, :Mrs., H. H. Jones Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gruff! at I-

:venlng. tea were served to those present. of fruit salad and wafers Curtis Varnes of Palatka has Lawtey Visitors Thursday.here Monday Included For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local a

radio was connected In the Among those present were Mrs. were served. moved back to Sampson.Miss Wm. Reid C. C. Ford Dealer
dancing was enjoyed Mary Bennett, Mrs. Louis H. Hill, Cannon C. M. At The Ford Garage, Located i!
and Hazel of Pine Level
LAWTEY Sapp McGrlff of
BRKRY Jacksonville N. T.
Lgout the evening: Mrs. I. B. Cody, Mrs. J. H. Thursday, April 11 SHIPMENTS, 1,201 crates visited relatives and friends here Green of Lawtey. One Block South of S. A. L. Depot I
Moore, Mrs. A. H.
are both Harley, Mrs.
fr Doyle
and Mrs Dean and Mrs. Catherine of berries were shipped from Sunday. e Miss Gladys Walden, L. U Wal-
Teare.Lt. .
loved at Camp landingQuartermaster's Lawtey selling\ from $3.00 to Mrs. Nelta Brown and Hattte den and John North of Maxville

Division of and .Mrs. John P. Courseyand $3.90, with a $3.50 average; Fri- Varnes enjoyed going out to the were visitors here Saturday, J. We ANDREWS JR.

[ft S. Army. little son, John, of San Diego, day 1,824 crates, $300 to $365. .strawberry fields near Starke as Roy Smith of Lawtey wait a ,
HEARDFRA1EK Cal., are house guests of Mr. and $3.16 average; Saturday. 2,627 I the berries are doing their best visitor here Saturday.Geora .
'loN.\RIES MKETING Mrs. Louis H. Hill. Lieutenant crates, $2.00 to $2.35, $225 aver- atj this season of the year. Prescott returned to Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years

meeting: services In the Coursey will return to San Diego age; Monday, 5,190 crates' $1.75 Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy's chil- Ft. Banning, Ga., Sunday after 'I
ayer Church Wednes- during the next week but Mrs. to $2.70, $2.25 average and Tuesday dren from Keystone Heights attending the funeral of his Phone 118 STAHKE, FLORIDA I IA
tey held an unusual treat Coursey and son will spend more 6,246 crates, $20d to $2.70, spent Sunday with them.IIR00KER. father, Jesse Prescolt, Wednes<
evenIng time visiting in Florida and with an average of $2,50. .
attending. day.Mr.
,those before and Mrs. W. M. 1d
Ed Hancock: Georgia joining him In San Wimberly r J
ir, and :Mrs. Diego next month. Mrs. Coursey and Miss Freddy Wimberly ol 1
from Africa, were In- By Mrs. L. L. ParkerMr.
Birthday Greetings! Mrs
lonarles will be remembered by her W. Starke visited relatives here Wed
jcecl and Mr. Hancock? _who many J, Doyle! A little late but we
friends in Florida as :Mary Chapman and Mrs. Resale Colson nesday. RF
with the World just didn't know
.ssoclated Hill you had had have returned to their home here Strawberry growers In this section -
'> Evangelization Crusade lecture, listed Miss Betty Brlghtwell of Jack- one until too late for la8tweek's after a wedding trip on the East are getting a heavy yield of 9 <
his Interesting sonville was an attractive visitorIn 1 edition. and West Coast. They will\ make berries this week. Fruit la very .
colored slides showing the the home of Mr. and Mrs. I April 24th Is the lucky day their home In Brooker where Mr. good' but prices not so good. f
of work that he and his for W. Fred Moore and Sid-
Louis H. Hill during the past Colson Is in the,grocery business I
were doing among the Afi week-end. ney Shuford. with hU father.Don't I VANDERBILT Your Tradingwhere 1.

i tribes. : Mrs. Dewey Elder and childrenof Congratulations! Mr. and Mrs. MU Velniit Norman
forget church and Sunday By 6
A. H. Harley! They celebrated pieces Rogers Silverware are If s''
Andalusla, Ala., the house "
) TO CONDUCT are school Sunday morning and
,1EL1 of her their 40th Wedding Anniver- Mr. and Mrs Tom Barnes of given away with every $40 in trade c
guests sister Mrs.
IUCES IN JACKSONVILLE Neal church services again' I Sunday "
21st.J. the week-end with or ;
sary April Rising spent
Enfield Elder of Lawtey. with the Rev. A, Warren
he Rev. Lee pastorthe night C. Are Redeemed nu,
Mr. and Mrs. F, M. Mormon. ,
Mrs. J S. Shuford .
Lawtey Baptist Church spent several pastor.Mr. .
conduct a two weeks evange- days as the guest of her par- H. Moore, local strawberry and Mrs. Raymond Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Loyless ion Ca oose If SMITH'S GARAGE 1
and Miss Ester Manning, all of
c service at the Fellowship ents Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer. grower, stated that his berries, Joella Barry and Marjorie Sue STARKE, FLORIDA
Jacksonville of Mr.
tint Church In Jacksonville this past week, returning Thurs like all others in the Bradford Barry of Jacksonville were visit-

Inning April 28. day to her home In Jacksonville. i County area are now at the peakof ing Mr. and Mrs. O. W Barry and Mrs. Allen Howard. Sunday.Mr. . .. w awulwuuuwwwwwuauwwuwuwwwwaauauawuuwuwuuwiaawuuwuwwawwawuuwa
and Mrs. Tate Crosby of "" ''' .''''wuwauwauuuwuuwawuuuawwuwuauulowwaww. '' ''''' '''' ''' r
he Rev. Harry Giles of the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thomas and I the season. Monday and Saturday and were the dinner

owahlp Baptist Church will son Jimmy were recent guests of, Tuesday morning h 1 Is pickers guests of Mr, and Mrs: C. C. Mrs Rising Frank spent Norman.Sunday with Mr. and 50c -O-- 50c '

duct services at the Lawteyrch Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley. Mr. : gathered 84 crates from 4 acres Dees Sunday.Mrs. f
Mrs. J. W. and ?+
Knight daughter -
May 4th, In Mr Enfleld's Thomas Is Branch Manager of of plants, picking one-half the E. J. Lewis and Mrs. Sandra of Jacksonville are MADAM LEONA j '

nee. the Florida Times Union In the. patch Monday and the remainderon James Endlcott spent. Monday In spending a few days with Mr.
Gainesville area. : Tuesday.Mrs. Starke.
and Mrs. F. M. Noiman. JUST ARRIVED "
Mr. and Mrs. W. F.,Moore and F. R. Carradlne and small Mrs. Vera Collins and daughter
I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe
|J. H. COURTMANCII Miss Ernestine Moore were among daughter, Linda, are spending a'' of Waldo are visiting Mrs. Col-
I and son, Samuel, were visiting i
Watch-Maker the spectators at the rodeo In. week In Miami, having gone there I has parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Sam Norman and family of Long Palmist and AdvisorGives I t
Gainesville last Saturday. Miss from Babson Park, where she will Gainey, this week.T. '
BIT WITH CONFIDENCEAT Bridge Sunday afternoon. names, dates and facts regarding all affairs of life
Ernestine Moore remained In return for few weeks W. Markey and Martha
a longer
Mrs. Eugene Ellis and baby love, marriage and business. Will tell your Innermost thought
Gainesville until Wednesday as before coming home. I Evelyn Markey were In Gainesville -
I YOUR HOME JEWELER I daughter, Ina of WorthIngton and ,desires. Causes speedy marriage re-unites the separated 4 : w
the guest of Miss Ann Snow. :Mrs. I. B. Cody returned to and Starke Monday. .
Springs were guests of Mrs. El how to better
Lawtey Monday afternoon after; Mrs. W. A. HInton and chil- your get a position, settle lawsuit and
lis' parents Mr. and Mrs. F. M. estate troubles
lucky day and lucky numbers.For .
a month's visit with friends In dren, Mrs. W. O. Rhlmea and r

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Bradenton. :Mr. Cody is still In, children, the T. W. Markeys, the Norman Mrs. Jim Sunday.Manning of Jackson limited time only, $2.00 reading for 50c, with i ip

I I My Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render Gainesville completing his course Johnnie Douglases, Chester An- ville Is spending some time with this ad.

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE at the University and will remain drews and children, Reddish An- I I Mr. and Mrs. Allen Howard. Rooms for white and colored.: Readings dally) and

,MODERATE PRICES: there for about five week. drews, Mrs. M. F.: Wiggins, the I I Mr. and Mrs, Russell Norman Sunday 0 till 9. i
longer. Dave Greens, and Mrs. I. W. Pin-I i On IIw)'.. M-M, peas. Farmer'
DeWITT. JONES were visiting In Jacksonville Sunday EAST PALATKA "h
SUrfce., Florida Mr. and Mrs. David W. Moore, holster enjoyed a fish fry on the:;[ afternoon. Market. Look for Palmist Sign.

and daughters, Caroline and banks of New River last Friday. r J I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and is ."" ""' ,' .'' "" '" ., !
Miss Alleen Kelley of Ziff was i I I I sI5MwamwammaaaslmwmmlmlmnamlrIatinmlrwiwulwaenluimpuaamnnn' [ '! mhI5WIInawm.umnf5!!! !"" !!I1ItIJI'.tJI'HfttIII.' !! !!! I ,)

the week-end guest of Miss Mar-I II.I. -. r r

tha Evelyn Markey.Mr. .
and Mrs. E. C. Long and

children, G. B. Colson, Mr. and
Busy at home ? e. Mrs. J. W. Kelly attended the 141

rodeo I n Gainesville Saturday NEW CHEVROLET r *

night.Mr. I 11'4
andJ&k'0 and Mrs. Guy Plnholster. Id

pause Y and children of Jacksonville were
visiting Mrs. I. W. Plnholster

i; r Sunday.Miss Lubedla Plnholuter, Mrs.

E. C. Parker and Miss! Mary The) new Chevrolet for '

Mott were In Alachua Tuesday. 41 U I the only lowest-

Mrs. Frank Feagle and daughter priced car with an ultra

Jaunlta, spent last weekendin luxurious Body by Fisher of f j
with relatives. r
Cross City the tame) type and size I' ,a
E1o Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of
\ & featured on higher-priced f ;
r\ Baldwin were visitors here last ,,
week. car,.
Mrs. J. E.: demons of North
It's alto the only lowest-
Carolina left for her home Thursday -
afternoon, after spending a I priced car that brings you d

few days here with relatives. 1 a 90-h.p. Valve-ln-Head ; "4

Mrs. Madeline "Andrews of Lake Engine, Unltlzed Knee- !

Y Butler was visiting her father Action Box-Glrder frame ,

Cliff Hazen Tuesday afternoon. I andmanyotherqualityfea. r a atuns.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gainey were with such
together ;
shopping In Starke Thursday. I big savings In purchase price
a Miss Jeanette Creamer Is visit ,,
Ing relatives In Tampa.Mr. operation/ and upkeep. se

and Mrs. Mann Hazen were I It's the No. 1 car of the
their children, Mr. and
visiting and nation. It's the No. 1 e w4.
Mrs. Alph Hazen and Mr.
f) Mrs. Strayhorne, In Orlando and car for youl! .

Wlldwood last week.
:Mr. and Mrs. John Hlghtower
of Miami were visiting Mr. and + fy

Mrs. Ellis demons last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hitch !y

p. and son of Raiford were weekend f
guests of Mrs. Flitch's par

ents, Mr. and Mrs L. A, Brown.
4 "s'f 1vs
5wr A few of the farmers here
1h were very busy last week picking tlqP., nr ,

English peas.! More than a
thousand hampers were sold at

an average of $1.80 per basket.HIGHLAND I

-p \ rK"-<

: 34 By Miss Beth Wtraberly j '

25' ''

Jesse Prescott, one of the old J
settlers of the Clay HUI section

near here died Tuesday at his
home. He leaves to mourn his 1

loss four daughters, Mrs. Clara
; There's always time for a minute's rest and Schank of Baldwin. Mrs. Fanny / /a r

Manning. Mrs. Jennie Austin and

Ice-cold Coca-Cola makes such a moment Mrs. L. R. Green of Highland, tl 1

two sons, George of Ft. Bennlng.
really restful. Everybody welcomes the happy Ga.. and Nelson of Highland, and

which numerous grandchildren and other TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
fr refreshment
/ after-sense of complete relatives living through this com

I J Coca-Cola always brings. So when you pause munity.Interment took place Wednesday '

throughout the day,, make it the, pause thatreresne at the Long Rev. J.Branch L. Strickland Cemeterywith In I STARKE, FLORIDAAll y yr

Coca-Cola. charge of burial service
with ice-cold y t e

vUle James was the McCormick guest Wednesday of Jackson-of Chevrolets Are Shipped To FloridaNot Driven 1"7 4 ;

BOrrUD VNDra AirrHOEJTY. Of Trig COCA..CQLA COMPANY .* F.Friend M. Crews of W and A.family."BUly" Starling so they come to you genuinely NEWI!

will regret to learn of his

_ STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. serious Illness In a Jacksonville i

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W'' R 25 1941

AIR.2? : ,1941

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)Message Sent AloftThis' Pet Show TodayAt AI Manassa ha opened a hew Is yetopened unnamed but '
I." Compromise: Averts; .Fight WPA Camp I theater for negroes in Reno. It ,( this week. wry f 0"

't : Over Gas. Tax Split Children who attend the Day CLASSIFIED'' ADS----

q Camp are looking forward to a -- )

? By Clyde J. Baser big time Friday, when they bring FOR SALE-Coolerator Ice refrigerator a-ROOM: FURNISHED

a Florida News Service., Staff "'/, surplus the State Road Department #P their pets to the school for a In first-clans condition for rent 2 Inl. east 110
Writer $40. 'T. W. Markey, Of 8
,, and would submit a con- pet show. Cats, dogs chickens ,Brooker, Fla. 4-25 2tp $2Hotel. Kruse Lay
' The' second week of then ,,19th atl utional amendment to the voter frogs and all other live animals

Jesaloa{ of the legislature 1 centered la.1942 to change the present belonging to these youngsters will FOR QUICK CASH SALE! -Too FOR RENT-Furnlsheil
\ of poUtl a) ? light used cars needing small
the Attention
distribution of three cents to the 44z be pushed carried, led or chasedto apartment. -Apply
vhldh! In 5 repairs. See Brooka-GlUeapte, Creepy
on the t x Starke.
observers : o t
the tint week confirmed the pre counties and .three cents to the rsr the playground between one Jacksonville, Fla. 4-25 2tp ,

session forecast that' thus afignibt Road Department to :four centsto and three o'clock to compete for
a bicycle
body would constitute the big the, Road, Department. and twocentw honors among the pets of Starke. good condition. -Jack Halle, Kin ,rge airy rapt
a1ed4vitlee Ideal
Question mark of the Spring' rv- to the' counties tor the next' Little Delano Thomas has been Halle's,.Tourist) Camp Road 13, mer. Private pier ReaiO tor '
50 year*. making his dog wear a 'collar Starke. It rates. Box 431-c. *))*
The first week' pretty clearly '' 'SO Years Is> Long 'Time for over a week trying to tame
demonstrated that the House ofRepresentative The first reaction to the pro- him gradually so when he puts FOR SALE-Forty-seven acres on FOR
la well organized posed constitutional amendment la the dog on a leash Friday the State 'Farm Road Just outside RENT- .rooln howe J''
and practical unanimous in Its that the counties and bondholders shock won't be too great for him. the city limits 'of Starke. Mr*. miles South of Starke On '

support of the program presentedby would welcome such action. It Winners !, the doll show at the C. V. Simpson,, 352 West 13C. Marks Ritch,
Governor ffolland In his first would 'assure the continuation of camp last Friday were: Florence Masonic S t r set, Gainesville 4 8tU

message 'a n d undoubtedly will title taX for half a,century -without Brown whose baby doll was the Fla. 4-11-,' LOST. STRAYED OR

give equal support ,to further recommendation the necessity of going througha most beautiful; June Bell, whose Big brown Jersey STOLEt
to'be made by the legislative battle every two doll proved to be the smallest; FOR SALE 5 acres, 5-room Has bell. Finder cow u

Governor; later on.Senate years and would raise more Jeanette Harrell was the proud house, Starke Fla. Pecan trees R. E. Hornsby. please

Move Slowly revenue for the 'several counties s F; owner of..the most unusual',doll and other fruit. Write Mrs. H.

The House speedily completed than will be needed for bond pay- while Joan Carpenter's attractive 'D. Morris Box 534, Phone b'i'RAWBERRY PI
'the formalities of organization, ments even at the present rate twin dolls received special men- 959-M: Hendersonvllle N. C. WANTED-Will pay 3c per"

Voted to limit the number pf at, of gasoline consumption. tion. 4-11 3tp picking. 25c per crate paa

j,taches In the Interest of economy' However, some political students .. Other activities which were FOR SALE-Two, counters madeof Leon Dicandlo Starke, FIt.
voted to' outlaw salary 'buying. are reluctant to give this especially enjoyed this week .were. ply wood. New. Bargain. t. ,. 4-Z-i
r adopted a> memorial to Congress proposed constitutional amendment a nature ramble through thei Moore's Store Keystone Heights<
'asking for legislation to outlaw'strike's their approval without further i I nearby woods Monday afternoon, Road. 4-18-2t WAITED TO BUYW, tap

on national
; approved a bill establishing one ,of the special complaints of i grounds Tuesday and a tennis HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE- cotton raga wanted<< no bulk,
safeguards against sabotage and the Urooklngs Institute report is I 3.. _,eas' :&&..a. :1IJi/ F"S. "W""" : l 1I I event Wednesday. Outstanding AU metal steel frame, Insulated n o punt. Bradford Com
[including a death penalty for that the Stafe.Constitution adopt I among the players at the camp roof, newly decorated painted. Telegraph.
j saboteurs', passed a bill regulating ed in :1885 is1 now: outmoded and strange pattern on the Blanding! terrain Is being made by are: Dooley Davis, Mary Weldon, '. Complete with kitchen utensils
handling and storage of explo- InsuffIcient'.to meet today's needs three Infantrymen who are sending: a message to observation planet] Edward Williams, Marlon Brown, No reasonable offer refused.' FURNISHED

[slves, established a state defense If our Constitution has become a ,This technique has become an important Job in the present setup Virginia Sewell Bobby Edwards Halle's Trailer Park Starke. Lake Santa Fe.COTTAGEI 5
(Council with an appropriation of burden In the space of 05 years, of the coordinated army the air forcj working as 'a vital cog in and Vincent Fox. Itp Waldo. Electric miles esK
'$90,000 for Its expenses and proivlded they !say, this provision which every undertaking. Each panel conveys a definite message and must The Day Camp has Just completed ning water. Inquire lights, n

for establishment of a state would continue the present gas be placed In exactly the correct position. Its fourth week In Starke FOR SALE 1 14-foot :fishing Jewelry Co., Gainesville Let
''defense force, to take the place tax. now one of the highest In and Is a part of the statewide boat cypress; 1 2-wheel trailer Fli
i of the National Guard which has the country for the next 50 F. S. A. Will Encourage FarmersTo WPA recreation project. Itia with good tires; 1 10-H. P.
i been called Into service as a part years'offer. no possible relief for sponsored by the local school Evinrude light four outboard ANYONE KNOWING
Produce More Food For Defense Wlmi
''of the' national defense force. I motorists and may also become a board of which Dr.. W. E.' Mid- kickef. All less than one year ABOUTS of Ralph A.

In contrast with the speedy burden In future years. They believe Answering the call for "Food marketable dairy<< products; ((3) 50 dleton Is''County Superintendent,. old Cost $277.00. will sell for former resident of Starke Snli u
,House action the Senate spent it would be wiser to leave for Defense," an enlarged pro chickens for .meat and egg pro- New member.*,Include Mary Sue $130.00 cash-F, R. Carradine, ',' Dade City please writ UeW
nearly all 'of the first week debating the question of the amount of gram for food production spon- duction. These chickens are in Epperson. 'Mar! }Orl Harrlng)on. Lawtey Fla. It'' S.tout. Harris Minn.

the adoption of new rules. gas taxes to be levied to future sored by the Farm Security Administration addition to the 50 required for Tick McClane-},;;.Kdward Priest,
_ Discussion of these rules became legislatures which can adjust the the local FSA 'of all ,ia llles.c) ,; Walter Dewjv/Lucille Alvarez, FOR RENT-; Large i furnished upstairs REGISTERED NURSE
Acrimonious at times and pro- I tax to meet changing needs and flees are buzzing with activity as Well-Planned Tommy Edwards and Bobby Ed- apartment. No children. avata
.voked the charge by admlnlatrajjtlon In accordance with the revenue for Individual ProgramIn wards. -525 N. Walnut Street Inquire at Green's Stow
"'this cooperationby addition.to, winning for the
leaders that "all ma- received.
_ each rehabilitation family in Southeastern States a large share FOR READY FOR
neutering, was designed to.block Kingsley Lake-
South Florida ProtestsOn this county are determined. of the Lead-Lease food Defense Council
two contractor.
connecting double All
:part, of Governor Holland's program rooms. molt
the face of things Governor Supervisor Clifford L. Walkerof the, "F. od for Defense" Private entrance. Private concr-'e equipment Cora
This charge was promptly pier
the local office advises that The Bradford County Defense
denied by President Beacham and : Holland's) proposed legislation i program ofiWie FSAwill have 'for swimming Modern conven- aide-walks floors, foimlm
i I the horse this In the Southeastern additional alma Council was formed last Friday
raising tax on race program as follows: lences.-Mrs. work dirt
Chairman Dye of the Rules Committee J. S. Love Cady'aLanding hauling contrail!
] betting to five percent' and takingthe States' calls for special undertakings (1)) Increase in normal Incomes night at a special meeting called Kingsley Lake. -A. A. Annis.
odd-cent break.at the tracksto to produce additional food of small farm .families through by W. M. Edwards chairman of 4-25

Gee Tax Compromise increase old age pensions from requirements for "National Defense perpetuation 'of, the broadened the Board of County Commissioners 3tp Dally cash market for cattle iJ
While there was no clear-cut ?13 to $23 per.month, seems assured ** as well aa larger produc- program. at the request of the State FURNISHED 3 and 4-room apartments hogs. '*Auction Sale Ttaj
dlvtilon of Senate membership of enactment. Fifty-two tion for home use. ((2)) Extension and perfection of Defense Council in Tallahassee. desirable large cool, day beginning at 2:30 every
evidenced on the roll calls', it la representative sponsored the bill Add More Chicken. marketing facilities' one of the About 25 people were present rooms electric'light and bath, Columbia Stockyards Lake p. IlL Qij!
Apparent that a division exist*, la the House and 25 senators "Each rehabilitation family In greatest needs of the small farmer and Marcus F. Brown was elected 1 1-2 miles out from town on Fla. Phone 481. See or vile
fnd'that unless 'Governor Hol- .. in the Senate this county will add 50 chickensto that permanent Chairman W. p,
signed co-sponaoca so )hone be too remote East Call St.-Clark's Brook- D. 'Odom, Jr., P, O. Box >
tend cart rally sufficient Senate ; ''w'hlda' Is sufficient to pass his present flock and in addition for this"service. Smith vice-Chairman' and H. A. aide Farm. tf Starke. ,
support. by 'labeling his' program the bill In both divisions: of the will take on one or more ((4) BbtteripubsLtenee for the Carlton, Secretary.Sfltio .Fla

with' the magic, word of "Na- legislature.; But, Ws Increase of of three operations to produce grower did) thejconsumer' << throughan r "

,tional 1 Defense"" or acquire such the un atata'a___u_ _,, take_ *< from betting at marketable products needed In acceleratedlpUve-at-home" plan More Men W. T. 'CLUTE-REALTOR
kuppqrt by'' emulating the well- the horse racing track will not supplying England and her allies for the Southeast. F.H.A. LOANS
known tactics of "David Horum."'! be'passed without the lower east provided- for in the fund allocation ((5) IEhpro ?d.).nd:. Camp, Standing's teeming popu- We"'
omei+ parts of his program may coast being heard from. That ia for food In the Lease- ((8)) Flrat.and..\\Jast# a move toward lation will be .swelled by another ,. .want the listing on your propertyWe.
Encounter adverse'winds and where' the horse racing establishment 'I Lend Appropriation," said Super- effective' :,va i., n d profitablechange 2000 men -from Second Corps .. have some wonderful properties for sale.

Ito my weather )In the Senate. are located and they have''''visor! Walker. In the, agricultural- Area; (New York, New Jersey See us about your Real Estate Needs

Att expected fight over distribution the 'example of what happened to Aided by supplemental loans, i nomy of the!, region: Its release and' Delaware) who will arrive 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 6if
of the gas tax was avertedby to the tourist trade in California rehabilitation families will under- from the one, crop system.. between April 28 and May 10. .
compromise proposal submitted when that state passed a similar take one or more of the fOlloW- "Judging fromjthe contacts we .,
by' Governor Holland to act. California found that a 15 ing three enterprises: (1)) One additional have- made with some of the families -
the Association of County Com- percent tax decreased the state's brood sow, to produce this ."Food for Defense" pro

missioners. This compromise Income rather than raised I It and four hog for the market; (2)) two gram i will go over the top In a
provides for the extension of cred- now baa gone back to the old more milk cows for production of Jig.way'' ." concluded Walker.
its to counties which have net yet percentage. If that proves true ----
paid off their bonds limits a4l
In Florida the small counties
Deeds Filed Robert Sheerer of .St.- Mark's.
to counties to the amounts which depend their share of )
they received In .1939, giving any race-track to meet One of the candidates Is a i I
revenue county Arthur Brymer' Arthur Bry- boy and the-other a soldier from
expenses, will be hard hit. Many mer and Leila Brymer, April 14; Mississippi. It understood, also
also fear too large a tax will increase R. A. Green and wife Lucile H. that one of the chaplains of the

KINGSLEY bootleg bookmaking from Green to E. 1C. 'Ferryman and 43rd Division!*,has a candidate ,
which the state, receives no re wife Lois Peek Ferryman, April who"will be presented at the same '
venue. With these facts (in mind 15; E. K; Perryman and 'wife, time.' r .; THREE DIAMOND

BEACH the apparent majority in bothhouses Lola Peek Perryman to Robert The six new memorial windows

may dwindle away after Alexis Green, Jr., and Sandra were put In- place In time for ENGAGEMENT RING
the committee hear the opposition .- Lucile Green April 15; W. H. the Easter services and they have .
LAKEFRONT AMUSE- aldea.Mission. Edwards and Eula
- Edwards her greatly Improved the appearance
MENT husband to, Mamie Davis? and 9fJ.be.building. Unfortunatelythe ONLY

PARK AT ,Hall ...... Daniel Davis, her husband April service""must be at night so ', l
15; Cyrus F. Hoover and Catherine those inside will fall to get the $19.75
-I Kingsley Lake The Lost Axe-head" was the D. Hoover his wife to benefit of them during the dedi-
topic of Bible Study at the Mission' Theodore Rosa Young April 26; cation service. From the outside "".
'' Hall Tuesday night. The R. A. Green and Lucile H. Green, : however they will be able ,

study proved highly Interestingand hIs wife to' William Balin. April to see how much' they add to the
.Instructive, and there wasa 17; Stella Johns of Hampton to appearance the church.It .
good congregation present. L. A. ,Johns of Hampton
April Is hoped that there will be a 'Y df iJj2uituL
BILLIARDSBOWLING Many Christians today are suffering 18; Eula W. Wetherwax and her oil -
largo: .number present for this ,
from lost power. Their husband A. D. Wetherwax to W. unusual and interesting service.
service is as Ineffectual aa an Balin April 19; Sam Gottlelb and
Everyone baa been cordially invited I
axe handle without a head. It wife Martha Gottlieb to W. A. .. ,
by those In charge. St. -
SPEED BOAT RIDES will take the power of God to Cook and his wife Lucile Cooke. Mark's Day will also be observedby : .t'.:.. ;. To. Come in at any time' and inspect '
restore the axe-head. April 19; Dan Boree and his wife, 'local' ,
BATHING I the congregation with a
Services will be held at the I'Emma G. Boree of Jacksonville celebration Of the Com- : ; our'
,\ Holy .l complete line of fine watches
to Mae Edwards, of
BOATING :1 37| Tabernacle next Friday and Sun- April munion at ten o'clock in the .. '
day nights These services are 19; W. E. Middleton and his '*"
evangelistic In purpose. An i wit e. Nolla D. Middleton, to i morning. .." and jewelry-which: are of the finest

r especial effort should be made to Starke Coca Cola Bottling Co. Methodist Services

win those who are not saved. April 21; Theodore Ross Youngto workmanship and latest
Fred Pellum and wife Justine designs
The >children chorus practiceand Sunday morning at 11
BAR-B-CUE Bible study Is held every Pellum April 21. o'clock at the Methodist Churchthe ,.

ChICKEN Wednesday afternoon at S o'clock. pastor the Rev. H. A. Spencer >
DINNERS All children are invited to at- Ancient ServiceAt ,' will speak on "The Challenge :

FISH DINNERS tend this meeting. Also Bible St. MarksOne of Democracy A chorus choir j4 i (

School at 3:00 P. M. Sunday. will render< the____ anthem, "in___ Him____ .
SHRIMP DINNERS of the most ancient services Will I T'uaStewart Landon). '>": .'
Bank of the Christian Church will and Mr. and Mrs H. A. Carlton ,EXPERJ

COLD DRINKS: H/tllday be held next.FrIday night April will sing'a, duet. entitled """Ivory :.,,1';,. i V "
25, at 7:30: o'clock, in St. Mark's Palaces". Line of.
BEER ON TAP. Jfl! The Florida Bank at Starke Episcopal Church h. r e. The WATCH :
A 'large crowd is
will not be'open for business on V& !
next Saturday. April 30, which Apostolic Rita. of Confirmation, and an Invitation ia extended by .. Ladies
first described In the eighth chap the' pastor and 'church officials
la Confederate Memorial Day. a
"t ter of the Book of the Acts will to ,I. REPAIRING *
legal holiday in Florida. )Jl who do not atend services ..JewelryGEM
be administered at '
that time
by elsewhere. jf-f ,
I the Rt. Rev Frank A. Juhan Evening service' .wilt be heldat
TRAILER Recent Birth "
D.. -D. '''Bishop ef Florida. Ad 8 o'clock. The music- will be
dttlonal interest la attached to led ,'' .
COTTAGESROOMS r by'i I a'youa people's chorus
; "
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Wain-
this service, because It. happens and ,H. A., CarUon.will; ,lead' the
wrlgatv Starke. James R. Junior, to, fall St. Mark's .
7 1 April 20 on Day. and congregation 'InlTSong.- The pastor '
i Bishop. Juhan will dedicate the 'wtll bring tied, message:
I Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Clay KIn new windows which have recently 'Sunday School! 'opens at 10 A.
1 1i:i dJ ney. Lawtey boy, April 20. been Installed.. M. .and the League meta at 7 JEWELRY Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas It Is expected that most of the P. .K.; These service ,are plannedto
Stark. April 23, girl-Carol Jo Episcopal Church chaplains at be of special Interest to aU

Make Reservations. for Ann. Camp. Blandlng ,will, be' present young people. \ .",) ....
.. and taker part In the service. Two A. most cordial welcome will
PtcrUcs I
and Dinner Parties ONION SKIN PAPER-75e per candidates are expected to be' be
i .given all 'men from Camp 109 Cad Street-Starke, Fla.
ream-BBAPFOKP.' COUNTY presented for confirmation by the'[ Blandi g. and all other visitor 'M" STARKE.S LEADING JEWELERA
1'IU.&QJU.P: Rev. Fred Te.k.s and Captain to all these services.