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: May 2, 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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Revival I Io Winners in Pet Show At Day Camp Who'd Have Ever Believed It? :, ,\ l\

c hey Unity Urged Shaf tin:Plans ? ,

Start May 8 4r 11 ByHovis : .L. Big Development! '::,: ,. J, !I

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T. Rlchey. natlonally) ... \
i Raymond "Our forefather country rn real estate transaction in ,\ \
wn evangelist of Houston, and grave themselves'.for' It." volvlng finance computed '"In ,t' It
XM will open a two weeks' Major Victor M HoV l. Regimental Ii:;,"i
.t revival| campaign In Starke Chaplain at Camp Bland. six figures". wa* closed .Wednesday 1: ;. ;t +u

,urday night. May 8. The meet-I ing: maid in .a Memorial Day night of last week when j : >I J '

described as a "patriotic re- Address at Crosby Cemetery Sun- Louis Shafkin and associate purchased b : 5. 1 w
In Starke ,
!al" was announced day afternoon from Luther Powell, ti

!erday by Fred A. Rlchey. of "Times change," he continued through Joe E. Wilson, realtor. \11 .
of the evangelistd
keland, cousin "Women used to sew and make property along the new highway ( ,I t ;
for a number of years pub- things for the soldiers to wear, I between Starke and Camp BlandJnir. -. : I, \ '

ity director for the RlcheyangellBtlc and the men folk, raised crops i The property lies Just outside I
Association. With the for them to eat. Now "the people ) the entrance gates to the J
!pel publicist in Starke was strike and profiteer while the 43rd Division, and consist'' .Of ; : I;, + 1 1a

!a F stanphlll of .Coffeyvllle, soldiers' give up everything" "I' strip one ,mile In length ,and %', {i

in? widely-known party gospel choris-song .j 'l4.-_ The MemorliiJ Day exercises I 420 feet deep. Half of the property a. ; ';j 1

.Her and Richey were held under tM auspices of :' T I .; lies on. one side and half t! li i ,! va '
I : yi,. ya Asp t the W. T, Weeks Chapter V- *>. ; on the other side of a four-lane ,' \ F **
The Starke campaign It was t: C. The graves of 51 Confederate I highway with parkway In the 'J' m

lIed, will be held on North I veterans, nine Federals, six Spanish His friends never thought he'd come to this, but pictures don't middle. Shrubery i is now being. I 'k. ,j
mple Ave., at Washington St., Pictured above are the winning pets and their proud owners +1 Americans and 11 World War lie, and here you see Archibald II. Johns In the fond embrace of planted along the parkway MrTShafkin \': '

4 north of the Armory. Ser- at the W P A, Day Camp pet show last Friday. First row Nancy veterans were decorated, Daisy May, 2-year-old spider monkey now Inhabiting the huge oak said. Monday. I : ;

ccs will be conducted dally Owens Jeanette ]nman, Edwin Williams,, Lobby Rasco, Roy Harrell "Many soldiers gave up good trees around Mr. Johns home at the foot of Church St, During the 'Plans are now being formulated 1 :-r 'b t wand

cept Saturday at 10:30: a, m. Second row: Delano Thomas, Betty Anne Flynn, Koapar Duncan jobs to prepare themselves for past 40 or 60 years Mr. Johns has established. an enviable reputationas Improvement of the,. pro'Ii; j''

id 8:30: p. m. Sunday services Mary Sue Epperson, Marian Brown. Third row: Ida Lulu Davis, IIIssWilhelmiria national defenae-pt $21 a month, a trainer of bird dogs horses, cows, and even chickens.-but this perty will begin possibly within 4i ""rJ

11 be at 2:30.: Rasco (Instructor), Dorothy Johns, Virginia. Sewed Mary I II but many civilians are not cooperating la the first time he has turned his attention to monkeys. At right the next ten days, Mr. Shafkinaid. } 'ft. ,.., .)
The big top recently completeda Weldon. as they should In the I Is Joe! F. Rabeck owner of Daisy May and Lulu (perched on his "We Intend to build a modern s / 't Ms
Dalton. Ga., concern is I II movement" Major Hovis' stated. ; '
I shoulder), Mr Rabeck formerly operated a coo at Vero Beach theater drug store bowl't
ade up of red white and blue "Our forefathers fought for a I before he sold out to enter business In Starktt. Ha Is now construct- Ing1 alley cleaning plant bare't ill
nvas, and, according to mem- cause. We have a cause also, but : ben shop. filling station, military .
Edinfield Store Ing a two story building at the corner of Walnut and Madison Sts. "
rs of the advance party will be County BeginsCondemnation many civilians are not giving I tore, pool room recreation canter $ M
and lives In a trailer under the oaks at Mr., Johns', home Naturally, Ist
;ed in Starke for the first time I everything for their country as tavern night club cafeteria : t
a series of meetings designed did our forefather.. They are not the monkeys have delighted all .the neighborhood! children and every and tourist cottages," he stated %:I, ;1 jyy 1

reach as many ait possible of I ,Under WayThe acting as one In the prosecution' day sees a large. number of visitors at the Johns' home. It Is planned to subdivide about : I'(1, I t

e young men in Uncle Sam's of the defense progiam." I r 100 28-foot lot situated on both' 4 : tti! e"

iat defense program. It is said A fine musical program was :I sides of the road, and the survey ',tS l w. ;
be tbe plan of 'Evangelist Condemnation proceedings on Ed Infield Jewelry Co of given by the 117th Field Artillery Bell Enlarges Church of God ,,of the property will begin ,:fi'

ichey to locate tila new .tent the "borrow pits" to secure dirt Jacksonville\ began this week the Band under the direction of L. 11. early next week. A syndicate }if t '

ar Army and Navy training I for Road 261 between Starke and erection of a building on a Call Driggers. headed by Mr. Shafkin,, ,Alan. <}}t M"
sea in a succession of cam- I Camp Blanding will this Street lot recently purchased from Quarters HereThe Plans BuildingThe Roth and Sam Berlin, of the Mil- '! '' I '
begin '
gni continuing through the the Masonic Lodge. The building Day Camp Pupils Jean Hotel, Miami ,tll sponsoring p. _
>ring, summer and fall. The pa- week. James McClosky, rlght-of will adjoin on the east the build- the project t<

lotlc theme will prevail through- way agent for the State Road Ing now being erected by Con- Play "Indian'Activities Southern Bell telephone Co. Church of God, Rev. R. U the Government will grant i fey: } s

it the entire setup in the hope Department said Tuesday Jack gressman R. A. Green. is' building a $5,000: addition to F. Kirkland, pastor, will begin them permission to, haul materials ,j, i'f.'
[ Interesting trainees and their Simpson attorney for the Department at the Day Campare .
the work will
at once the erection of through Camp
According to R. H. Mathe & Its, present home near the Intersection a $3,000( 'I i a
'imraanding officers. and T. Frank Landrum centered around two Indian t, t
Son contractors the building will bungalow type building on their begin at once Mr., Shafkin said. ;JIi:
County Attorney are now workIng tribes this week. Edwin Williams of Walnut and Madison '
it Is understood that Revivalist be 20 X 50 will be of concrete property near the residence of :
on the proposition. These ; is chief of one tribe while Van streets. In order to add more : I..fit }
ichey was engaged In camptor block with glazed tile and plate H. A. Bishop northwest of B. First ArRl1"Y" Dance
positions to the ."t
three borrow pits. Mr. McCloskysaid Priest Is head of the other switchboard the I.
work at Camps Bowie andgan glass front. It wins be a one-story groupof H S: The Church owns 100 feet ,'\k'
850 400-feet off the ,"make believe" company is building a switch. \
are or Indians. The '
In Texas and did special building, and will have flourescent board squares on the I corner where the Tile Army Y. M.. Ck, A.n I 4 ; ;i
road. More will be brave room 15: X 47 feet. A kit- ; ; ?
iglous work at the Naval, traln- I acquired as lighting. young and squaws are tent how stands and will\ builda Starke will\ hold the first of.'aseries +' :
and when needed. all ,.Chen-dining room 14 X 25: feet a
busy pitching ,
station : learning residence now' and of dance tor' t t
g at Chicago and San perhaps a enll.ted men Iii', ,
ego, Calif.,- during the first Within the.next two, weeks Estimated cost la $2,800 and Indian signs. and declaring war' bed room 14 X 16 feet and a church later. The., residence will at Camp Bland Ing In the 'Armory ,('k., \tr
the calls for the commodious
contract com-
'orld War condemnation'proceedings' -will begin pletion of th.' building withinfour'weeks on one another.. being added bathroom are also be 'used as the minister's home on Saturday, May S. One J of the>, i, ,,\

Mr. RIchey came'Into'Wide'pubc""fiotlce alao'on' the 12 or 14parceol..JaM1uIJ.Ull ; Mr1.. Mathe said; The All 6f 4 the Indians worked but will, likely also ,\11 used .* a best orchestras. from Camp Blandamg .' :;:, i'
some ;rjfears ".4jo hinder the' progress contract .signed and hard Tuesday, buUtttag. large About- 20 men are busy at work church for a whlle,,.;.{. ',T.: Kirkland : will play The management: of.t1! *.' ;
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(cause ,'of his lar&.o> pel, and 'of'tne:defense program onRoad' Mr. Mathe- Immediately began; I council ring' wheree". .".entire. on. the job. and tbey'phln' to ,' church-clerk, sardTuesday.. \ f the. J"Y2- hope..tbt: ;, .Into}:dance'} ; ,
eating revivals. 261.' Mr.\ McClocky 'stated. camp can sit. around-,an open complete the: building by May The building will be'M: on will' set the pae-for. otBers1 and it. 1 v
moving' a big tree off the lot Ia :
fire story-telling, cooking or 15 Barge Thompson' of Atlanta story frame building, with fiveor the yodng ladles'of, StarkV'ap! ( .* ,,; i' a
for construction work.
preparation discussing matters of I I. the contractor and L. E. Austin six e
Importanceto .
Welfare OfficesIn rooms, and will be ready predating the pleasure that-thes* { H '
yer Busy ,the campers. of Atlanta the foreman. for occupancy by about June 13, dances give to. the .enlisted' men, ;\J t

ince Coming Here Courthouse 'Legion Center The pet show last Friday was Mr. Kirkland staled It will\ be are cooperating generously. ; : ,

Program Expanded enjoyed by about 75 people. Kas- Phil and Bill painted white trimmed in green f1f
Miss Thyra Douglas and Miss The State Welfare Board some- per Duncan's large white English and will have a metal root.
BarbecueAfter '
anche: Reddish from the CounAgent's time ago moved Its offices (partof i The Increse in attendance at bulldog' and "Dooley" Davis'white Mr. Kirkland also' said that Meet : 1a'1
District No. 5)) from the AmerIcan
Recreation volunteer labor will be used for :
office In Lake But- the American Legion spits were among the /' r
I', have been In Starke for Legion Hall to the meeting center made it necessary to augment most outstanding large dogs four months of difficultiesand the most part. The pastor I Is a I ,:) s

veral days assisting the new room of the Board of County indoor recreational facilities. while Roy Harrell bird dog won uncertainties on a venture Involving builder himself, and will\ oversee 11 ,,
gent L. T. Dyer, formerly of Commissioners in .the Bradford Consequently, two new ping pong third place In that classification. I several thousand dollars I the,work. The Rev Mr. KIrkland i9 IV I
ka Butler County courthouse. tables, a stereopticon projectorand Virginia Sewell's rat terrier and much valuable time, two I is also pastor of the Church at l i ;

Mr. Dyer has been In this oftlce'may be foundon screen additional fencing won first place among the small' World War veterans who came Lake Butler which has recently t

Jthe outside since so busy to Thursdays from 9 to 12 A. equipment boxing gloves, and dogs with Delano Thomas' dog to Starke eight months ago to purchased a new tent In which to ,rN "t I

arke that he has had coming M. the following persons: Mrs. many other items that the soldiers second and Dorothy Johns' pet I organize an officers' club announce worship! J. T. Kirkland said.! ri \ tM
little '
me to devote to office very work. Edward Burns Mrs. Joe Wilson have shown Interest In, have taking third place. I that a free barbecue picnIc 1:, ;
and Robert 0.. Hutchison visitors been added. Ann for adults and children of Raybin to Build I .J ,
ring the first two weeks he Betty Flynn's yellow persian I ,t I M
as In Bradford County he vacated with the State Welfare, Board; The fencing classes are much cat Mary Weldon's Maltlse Bradford County will be held For Star Store ;
]Mrs.! CecUle Pagan representative at the Southland Amusement "
2,116 hogs for ,75 dlf- more popular. :that boxing, for and James Douglas' black and i
of the W. p. A., and Ross Park grounds around the middle I \ \
So far white took the honors in the
'rent people he stated some unknown reason. cat ; Another Starke man who rises "e 1
Monday. k atyylk ''J
s has worked as early as 6 A. Simmons with the Florida State the 31st Division has four fencing feline classification, while the i of May. to the emergency Is. M. M. Ray. tI ,

1. and as late as 9 P. M. In Industrial Commission. Mr, Hutch teams to the 43rd Division's kittens belonging to Marlon I Managers of the Park are PhilP. bin. if he can't rent a store I r I J Jf ; ,

,!lte of the "regularity" of the ison is the latest addition to the nine. The regular have only ,one Brown Janet Inman and Mary Vitsky and Wm. C. Murray. building he Just build one. Notified N "f ,
b, he "likes the work"., office force having arrived here team. However the 31st anticipates Sue Epperson received honorable 'Mr. Vitsky has been on the East to move from the presentsite 'I. \

Great interest Is being manl- I from Gainsville last week. having more teams while mention. Coast for 22 years, where he of the Star Store on South

sled In hog-ralsing," Mr. Dyer i Those who desire to see any the 43rd Is equally enthusiastic. Judges for the pet show were has been active In organizing Walnut street, and unable to ; i

tilled. "Better prices Increase invest 'of the above officials at any The regulars are studying theoryat Mm. C. H. Johns, Mrs Oeorge amusement social functions, etc., rent a suitable location without i
in the production of more 'time other than the forenoon present because of lack of Inman and !Mrs W. J, Epperron, for the benefit, of various organ!IMtlons. I- paying what he considers ex aIi1't l j" ; .v1

nd 1 better hogs. I Thursday, must do so by apolnt- equipment at camp. they do not Jr. At present he Is organis horbitant rent he bought a lot : ,, ,\

Within' the next two weeks I ment Mrs. Burns said Wednesday. get any practical Instruction ex- This Day Camp Is a part of ing an Elk' Club here because Monday night on Went Call street ', ..
fr. Dyer with the aid of Willie ', The remainder of the time the cept at the Legion Center on the W. P. A. Recreation project of the many members from other and will erect a building of his t'

rlckland, will\ begin compliance above persons are out in the their schedule nights. and Miss Virginia Sewell Is donating cities who are In Starke and at tik p ; te

'ork among the farmers soil field. The dramatic class Is also attracting her services Camp Blanding own.The lot was. purchased from : :\ : ;.

"nervation work. Mr. Strickland "Everybody should register for Its quota of soldier A I Mr. Murray has also had many Miss Arline Mann secretary to Louis W., Koch \"

bo hag had two years' expernce work with the Florida industrial play Is now in rehearsal at the Coca Cola Plant year experience In the show and Congressman R A Green ,'), J
,. has been selected a* Coun- Commission". Mrs Burn said. Station Complement title "The amusement business He has been through F. C. Holllngsworth realtor Louis W; 'Koch, a native of : !

SUpervisor In this work. May "They should go there before Battle of Rattling Bones," a com- Expanded FurtherThe very busy lately distributing more and the consideration was Illinois, Is a druggist both by
'3 Mr. Strickland will attend a they go to te W. P. A. Any able- edy where the boys can "take than 200 free passe to the chil- $IOIW, acordlng to Mr. Raybin. "name and reputation", Av graduate '
eeling in Live Oak. after which bodied person can find work at off very safely Sargeant Sum- Starke Coca Cola Bottling dren of Starke and Bradford The lot. Is located Just to the of the SU,Louis College of .fj

e will l train two or three the re-employment office," she mar is director. Pvt. Manisco, Co. plans an Immediate expansion County who have been unable to rear of the Gay (Standard) service Pharmacy he located at Arcadia.' i '
en who wlll assist him In vlslt- concluded.This charge of wardrobe. Pvt. Lambert., program to take care of present visit the park because of financial station near the intersection Fla., In ISIO!. and ,was connected I 14''', If

g the farmers to see that they office looks after old age stagemanager; Francis! Kelley needs and to be ready for any circumstances."In : of Call Street and Temple Avenue with the Jake Way Drug Store I I ,
o not increase In business In the near and is 50 X 103 feet there for 22 years lie served
overplant. scene designer. organizing the amusement I
assistance, aid to'the blind and
future. DeWItt Jones Proprietor Intention furnish Contract for the building has many of the officer and men (tt i iduring
park to
aid to dependent children. As soon a* outdoor recreational our were t
facilities are erected the American said Tuesday night.In clean outdoor recreation for not yet been awarded Mr Ray. the World War. whilek..
oted Revivalist Legion Recreation Center will August of last year the the soldiers and citizens ofStarke bin stated but will be let at Carlstrom and Doer aviation ; ''b1r i ;,

Farm Census doubtless be one of the popular Coca Cola Co. began its expansion I ,". Mr. Vitsky said. "I believe I the earliest possible moment. field Arcadia.were In operation near '::1 I It (
preparing for Camp have been successful I u
Figures GivenThe recreational and Intellectual cen- program we '\\t
ters for soldiers. It us a non-mone Standing and It trebled Its plant I In spite of bad weather \duringthe 'New Army StoreThe In 1928 Mr. Koch opened".anew ...' .J
1940 census of agriculture tary organization for the benefitof and output. Prior to August the I first three months we did dung store 'In Arcadia under ";

,, recorded 62.248 farms In Florida. the enlisted men of our Na- I Company had only three truckson not give up. but placed our hopesin Rogers Jewelry and Army the'name of Kock Drug Company *

Vergil D. ,Reed acting director of tion. It 1* staffed and maintainedby ,.the road; now they have 16. the future.", Store opened Wednesday In the Inc. He bought out the 'Jake 4 J.1"" i
the census said I today In a pre- the Statewide Recreation Project : In August he underestimated tbe i old site of the Clar-Jean Shoppeon Way Drug Store and also 'all ,
of bottled drink In Call Street "Announce that the tock In the Koch Drug Co. ,", ?
liminary report. of the W. P. A., a* a partof consumption A & P Building ,
this territory. we opened" said Miss Gertrude Inc., In September 1937 and con ''t (
The figure represents a :5.6 per the National Defense Program. 4
cent Increase over 1930 which "I am convinced that the pop Nears CompletionContractor Hand lraan. manager, Wednesday solidated the two stores under Jo I.if,!
farms. 'ulation of Camp Bland ing wUl "but not as planned". the name of Koch' Drug; Store! ;ito t,
I' showed 68.966 Noegel ImprovingJoe be greatly increased in numbers." R. H. Maths says "We are going to have an The Arcadia store I Is now being : ". +

', The report showed 50,692 full of own the Noegel who wa stabbed< In 'said Mr. Jones "and we are go- he wil turn over the new A It entirely new front and a new operated by ,a ,on. William 8,' .
farms were operated by P. store building on the cornerof of the Koch.
set of modern fixture f .
within the next two .
taken to
back last week was : Ing begin
', era 4,243 by part owners the and remodeling Call and Cherry Streets, to the very newest", she continued. The December 23. 1940 Mr. Koch n ,
In [ weeks expansion
County Hospital I IGatn.svtlle. an
tenants ,
by managers, 15,688: by to the and for whom little program." owners this week. N. N. Prevail trucks which were bringing their opened his drug store In Starke.. t. ;

9-veRaymond. and 3X07 by croppers.The held by physicians. Is I Additional machinery will be InI manager of the local store say fixture had trouble she said, and has associated with him M. J; "
] of the farms. land hope was I he will move In at the earliest decided ahead 't" ; rMr
value improving Mrs. A. M. I'stalled Mr. Jones stated, and and they' to go C. Mayhugh also a pharmacist. s +
and buildings was estimated at gradually sister to the Injured man the plant will be Increased so as moment.All and havethe opening on a small Mayhugh wa graduated at j{ri v

$324.377,874 against $423.346- Mlxon.stated Wednesday. |Mto[. ( take care'of a city of 75,000: new fixtures will be Installed scale before "pay day". Then the Struby College of Pharmacy ,I
262 In the 1932 census. out population. Capacity of the pres- In the new building Including after pay day Is over they will Macon. Ga.. and has had. ,expert: o'', '" I''
The average value per farm wa "While he" 1*said"not definitely Mrs. Mlxon i; ent plant Is from 28,000 to 3O.- a meat' department. It make their renovation and be lence as a pharmacist In Chi. !

placed at $ .211 and the average of danger better and his 000 bottles per day. The present will probably be ten day or two ready at least by the next pay cage Detroit. ''Atlanta and West .\l.{; t
value per acre 9 83377118 "he >s much H expansion program will give a weeks before the work of mov- day for their grand opening. They Palm Beach. He wa associated t' x '{l''
ate' 1 good. *
chance for recovery will\ complete line of with Mr. Koch .
T. Richey. who wilt acreage la Wood transfusions, capacity of 4O.OOO bottle. more. ing U completed Mr. Prevatt carry a for some time ; 'l Ii' 1
""nduet 1339 acre was given two Jewelry and army supplies. prior to coming to Stark. i 11
010 Weeks revival services here for with an average Mr*. MIxon said. or around 70.000 bottle per day. stated Tuesday. t ; '., II I yd

beginning May 8. per farm. ; i 1M

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hour's overtime in emergencies.A Admiralty, convoy wa.7
I r ideal thing for everyone to pay onethirdmore From Other PensWAR I man who listens carefully In May-the first month

The Bradford County Telegraph next year than he did in the last when he is spoken to'' and asks voy losses began to tall"'

KsUbUsbed 1877 year1." It is probable that one of the first only enough questions to Insure menace; was licked. j
WITHIN 90 DAYS?, feeling already the results. Mon the acurate 'carrying out of in- What means for
will be to income
Entered Seoad steps taken by Congress up flghllrir
sad M structions.A twin
iPsblihed Weekly on Friday ey is being made and spent freely. submarine and boll1 ,
'rl Class Matter at-the Post Office at SUrke, Fla. taxes, on corporations and individuals both, Representative: Martin Dies predicts All of which Is very nice as longas man who moves quicklyand ace will be discovered 10,1
by at least one-third. Some advocate doub- that the United States will make as little noise as post : the present emergency,
---- -- Those ire
MATK with the Axis powers the bubble isn't pricked. iIo
SUBSCRIPTION be at war Bible about It. know. But it
z base rate which is now four Flor- wan done
ling the per- of us who lived through the 0IIct.
Yearly $1.73I: ; Six: Month, '1.00-Payable In cent, and increasing surtaxes and lowering within He thinks ninety that days."England and ida Boom know full weU how A man who looks you straightIn truth as an lmrrcy 1941.at least aa
. ,1 the and tells you the Thateternal
how eye
States will win the pay and pay; or ofiM
exemptions for full measure. the United you hope that it

e1 BIBLE VERSE thee for Higher income taxes will not be all of it war after a hard, bitter struggle" you can't pay! Editorial that after writers we every A man time.who does not pity him- again, and as quickly can u III fc J
"My grace is sufficient tor ; ending with a joint invasion solemnly predict Haines City :
work.A Herald
in weakness"II by a long shot. While there seems little like- Italy and Germany through enjoy a few years of this synthetic self for having to
strength is made perfect be In man who is cheerful courteous -
my lihood of a general sales tax being adopted Greece and the Balkans.Mr. prosperity we will\ to and determinedto FIVE MILLION HIHLES
12:9.THOUGHT let-down everyone :
Cor. tremendous
4 Dies is of the opinion for another
is it-it is con- For many
now-the President against wise make good years the
those who are
that It Is the duty of the United and that Bible in hotel S
sidered that new sales taxes will Into considerationand I This man Is wanted every room has '
THE WEEK sure some States to tight and to send an will take this distinctive
FOR be into effect and existing sales taxes We are not yet be ready for !it. Sound ad- where. Age or lack of experiencedo American lntiUlu
put army to Europe. In no other
You may be a "man without a country" of If taken, but not count. HE is wanted In Country w far"
the vice, course
increased. The taxes, for instance, on liquor, prepared to underwrite pro- business.-Tarpon Springs. know, has an organize
Greek Norwegian, a doesn't Apparently every
a' human nature
-a Belgian, a phecy of the Texan althoughthis I taken such
a task
I. tobacco and'gasoline are likely to go up. and predict, in Leader. to II1ake
before much we
Finn, or a member of any one of the four- nation will have to fight change I tain that every traveler
And there is talk of levying taxes on such accepting Nazi domination spite of admonition, when the ,- his Who
to hotel
Hitler has -
which 1941 room
teen nations around and we are APRIL 1917; APRIL, In a
Britisher hitherto overlooked items as .soda pop, the of the world.-Suwanee Democrat cycle swings city shall find there
harrassed or the
you may be a on the down beat once more, no April, 1917 was the moment of of Books. **
down-trodden worried, sin- humblest of beverages. will be prepared for it, and
one World
just a forlorn, despair for Britain in the Now the
Some government officials have also : we will groan long and loudly are Under:
sick" American. Whatever you are and what- HITLER'S PROMISES War. The sinking of ships reacheda ing to see to It that
JJbrcl been considering the possibility of a gen- an we. did of yore, and even peak that month, with nearlya eve"
Christ the l already dler and sailor
ever your state, Jesus While most Americans are editorial "I-told-you-sos" won't shall! have
to you: "My grace is sufficient for thee." eral payroll tax, to be levied against all to accept everything Hitler help a bit! Tarpon Springs self million told tons Admiral lost.Sims Jellicoe that him-the same privilege. They plan hi

r employers. That tax, in a period such as says with "a substantial grain of Leader. could not on with the tribute 5000.000 Bibles to
British go
few atlll Insist that because dlere and sailors during
the present, would be a gigantic revenue salt a war if such losses continued. And the M
Enter Crime four .
Why{ Do So Many he declares he has no MAN WANTED years.Who
T and would be comparatively inexpensive : he saw no way out. Only a few
l with America this coun shall
Years? quarrel say that this
During High School Main is thatit of attack WANTED man who can weeks' food supply remained. in li
to collect. objection try la In no danger least part 0 f Amerlca'i ,

Starke and Bradford County are in would be a tax on expense, rather thana from him. They seem to forget find things to be done and withoutthe three the British islands., Allied,and neutral shIp- ment?Haines City Herald.
State Farm Poland help of a manager
such close proximity to the that he promised peace
tax on income. A concern might have a assistants.: ping losses have now reached 5-

that we are inclined to overlook the plight tremendous payroll and still be earning for ten years.A A man who gets to work on 000,000 tons In the present war J. II.
of those incarcerated there; for, regardlessof few of Hitler other promises time in the morning and does'according to Lloyds. With, spring COUKTMANCH:
little or no profit, or even operating at a made while he was plottingthe all-out submarine and Watch-Maker: .
others and a new
what crimes they might have committed, loss. At any rate, the payroll tax still lies conquest of Austria Czecho- not in imperil attempt the to lives be of first out bomber war on shipping, the' situation BUY WITH CONFlDEXn=
the fact remains that they still have feel- slovakia, Poland, Denmark, Nor- an I AT '
in the future, and is not apt to be considered Holland, Belgium of the office at night.A is again grave.
ing. way, Luxemburg, man who is neat in appearance In" 1917, against the inertia of TOUR IIOMi: JEWELIJ
at this time. fol-
and Rumania, were as
We eat our three meals per day, sleepour Still another suggestion is to have lows: and does not sulk for an skeptical leaders in the British

and enjoy our leisure, unmindful have no .
eight hours taxes paid by the month instead of quar "The German people,
of the fact that a woebegone, wall- thought of Invading any coun-
considerable size exists onlya terly or even by the year, on the theory try," In Berlin, May 17, 1933.
ed-in city of that it is less painful to pay a relatively "Germany has neither the wish

couple of miles from our county line. small amount at frequent intervals than a nor the Intention to mix In Internal

According to the Suwanee Democrat, a Austrian affairs, or annexor
amount at long intervals. Some have
large Austria," in his
served time there in unite with
total of 2,865 persons also proposed that the employer deduct em Reichstag speech, May 21, 1935.: /

1939 and 1940. Of this number, 756 were ployes' taxes from pay checks. This maybe "We want to live our own life,

there for breaking and entering crimes; urged in the interest of simplification we want other people to do the

230 for grand larceny; 203 for larceny of same. We have assured all our I
and of reducing collection expense. immediate neighbors of the In- ,
automobiles 184 for forgery; 132 for lar- { ( 1
; Whatever the details, it seems certair tegrity of their territory as far 1

ceny of animals; and 92 for liquor law violations that the new program will go through hi as Germany Is concerned. ThatIs

These six types of crimes accounted no' hollow phrase; It Is our
jig time and with minimum of debate. II Sacred will," In Berlin. Sept. 26,
total. Of manslaughter
than half the '
.for more will place upon the American people, in al] 1938.

there were 149, first-degree murder 69, brackets reached, a tax burden unprecedented "We are ready to guarantee the
second-degree murder 101, armed robbery Low Countries at all times as
in history. It will bring grirr
,161, assault to murder 83, and assault to our Inviolable neutral territory," In
visions of the possibilities of our eventually his Reichstag spech, Jan. 30,
man-slaughter 51. These six types accountedfor SouthernJI"CIIl..CAKE
reaching England's tax level, where a mar 1937.
another 21 percent of the total. than "We succeeded In arriving at
earning $5,000 a year pays more a
"Of all age brackets", continues the an agreement with Poland, which
Democrat, "46 percent of the prisoners received quarter of his gross earnings in income for the duration of ten years, basically -
taxes alone. Soon some twenty-five per cent removes the danger of any
at Raiford were 25' years of age or of this country's national income will be clash. We are two peoples. They

younger, and nearly half of those'were under shall live. One cannot annihilatethe
out for materials and military 1
21. Another discouraging fact, is that going war other," in. the TSportspalast,
in form, another. ,
expenses one or, Sept. 2S..1838. e ,
66-out of 100 sent to Raiford within .. II
whatever "The German Reich and the
Mars is a costly visitor, but
the two years had broken off all home ties! Kingdom of Denmark will underno "New exclusive Southern Red-Cut! Package Saves
the cost-whatever the.,sacrifice, freedom ,
Nearly half of all those admitted were sin- circumstances resort to war
has always been and will always continueto of violence Freshness Housewives."It's .
gle and had not been married. Educators or any form against Money, Protects say
be cheap at any price! I each other," In Berlin May 31,
this next 52 out of
can worry about : every :1939. +

100 had received education beyond the sixth Is it any wonder that Hitler's war

grade-but only six of those 52 had been to Most Americans Still OpposedTo present promises to this countryare V
not taken seriously by "
Sending Troops AbroadThe
college. straight-thinking Americana : ;
"What happened to more than 1,100 American people, though they arc Sanford Herald.COURTESY '
young men in their Junior and senior yearsof almost unanimously in favor of all-out aid '-'yea ,N
high school-what forces so upset the to England, are still heavily opposed tc PAYS DIVIDENDS '

pathway of their lives as to make criminals sending troops abroad. That is the:: gist of We talked yesterday with a

of them, for the most part first offenders? a recent Gallup Poll. Seventy-nine per cent state retired who Judge is vacationing from'a northern in this C 4S- A tlV

"What a long way our institutions and of those queried were against sending part section. For seventy continuous

civic groups have to go in attacking that ,of our army to Europe to help the British years he has resided in his north- '+, ,ky'4, sad Env'w

serious problem, of the young women and Smaller majorities were against sending ern home. In questioning him as ;
to what most appealed to him ,
men of the nation.._trying to warm our American air and naval units. down here, he emphatically replied tr rr-y

rather cold adult personalities up to the At the same time, there is no questionbut "the courtesy shown by t'r: 4 p 1 L'wr

point where we ,may succeed in getting what many men close to Washington your visitors.citizens'*, and business peopleto ; !

closer to youth during their school days- affairs fear that American participationin We seriously doubt if he could

and especially during their high school actual shooting is coming. Some think' have paid a higher complimentto

years", that if Britain loses in the Balkans and Lake Wales; and her people.

Egypt and is driven out of the Mediterranean After all, we have little to offer they ss"
which is any better than some "It's just what we've wanted," said hundreds of housewives when
It Takes Lots of Money this country will be unable to longer other sections, for the same sun these big JeKciously filled and iced 2-layer gold cakes in the exclusive Southern

To Prepare for Hitler postpone the decision. For then the BritishEmpire's which warms Miami, shines over Redi-Cut F..cka e that does away with cutting, crumbling and stale cake was*-

Americans who tor have life-line would be broken IIitler'sUboats Lake Wales. Most every com- You too will say"It's just what I've wanted," when you try your first Soutnern "
many years munity has paved streets, good prt
be with the finest Let Southern Redi-Cut Cake help you solve your dessert
would supplied ,, Redi-Cut.
movie houses
been talking about the burden of taxation, spacious hotels and
are shortly to discover that they "ain't seen kind of bases, arid the final stage of the recreational facilities and we lem this week-end. Ask your grocer for your favorite flavor today.
boast of all these. But when It
Battle of the Atlantic would begin.
about to learn in ,
nothing yet'They are comes to citizens and people-

short, that to live in a world whose main Congressional sentiment is undoubtedly they can either 'make or breaka SEE HOW-You Save when You Serve Redi-CutC*

energies are being given to preparing for against a declaration of war now, though a community!

war and waging war, is an incredibly expensive number of members are urging that fateful With of which all our we assets are and proud attractions Lake

business. step. The President has shown no change Wales could be branded as an

The new Administration tax: ..'.an to add from his position of all aid short of war. unfriendly town It Its citizens did
not make an effort to make visItors -<
$3,500,000,000 to the government's annual
feel at home. By
income, was announced on April 17. Both Good news Is ScarceIn every possible consideration toward "

Republican and Democratic congressional Recent Headlines their comfort and happinesshere r'i

leaders approved it, in general, almost auto- The news has .been making bad readingfor ; through police courtesies
and with a cordial "howdoyoudo -
matically. It has long been evident that the those whose hopes lie with the Allies ," as they are passed on the wrapPe'
slices of extra good Here's thrifty idea if Snap cellophane
8 big a
increases the last
moderate tax adopted by street, there Is no doubt that ..
have been disturbing.
-Two events especially better baked cake each in only serve three or four unserved portions
I hundreds you
of visitors feel
session amounted to-little more than a dropin a great for next'
First, with the capture of Bardia, Axis deal like our friend the Judge. 'its own compartment. slices of the caVe. remains fresh
the bucket. Our defense and aid-to-the
weeks all of the Courtesy pays whether it is !
forces regained in three BALTIC
democracies program is likely to cost upwards used In building a town or a bust- 3 POPULAR FLAVORS fo choose from e CHOCOLATE e CARAMEL LADY
$40,000,000,000 even if we don't; territory taken during a two-months periodin ness it costs nothing but with -H

General Wavell'a North African cam- out that spirit graciously shownin
become involvel in war ourselves. Much of O**!
business dealings and social Copyright 1911,Columbia BAIrg
did not
paign. Apparently the British figure -
the cost will be deferred for future pay-
engagements, a community can
ment in the form of national debt. But it is the Germans could organize supply and not hope to go far. The above

universally recognized that we must pay move major forces as rapidly as they did. verdict of a visitor leads us to THE THRIFT A/VD QUALITY TWJ
The British garrisons left in Libya were too believe that Lake Wales Is developing -
for as much of it as possible as we go, and
small. The Suez canal, key point in the Its greatest asset.
that substantial tax increases, reaching almost -Lake Wales News.
Empire life-line is definitely in danger.
every income group, are no longer SouternCAKE

avoidable. Surveys show that the American Second, the Russian-Japanese peace BEWARE THE BOOM!

people at large are grimly willing to shoul- pact is a blow to the democracies. It removes Many an editorial ia being

der the additional burden. It is a strange one of the deterrents that has been written these hectic days warn

time indeed in which advocating higher holding Japan somewhat in check in the ing In regard with many to the a so-called pertinent sudden word /

taxes has actually become "good politics", Far East-fear of Russian opposition if she business boom. While we in Tar-

even as it is good economics. went too far. Many now think that one pon Springs have not felt It, BREAD

Key to the new tax program is found immediate result of the pact will be strongly those who live near army, air,
and naval bases and businesses
in a statement of Treasury Secretary Mor- increased pressure on the Netherlands East which are being built up for IHTHI REWTO-JIRVIPttKMI ENRICHED WITH VITAMIN 8t

gantheau, in which he said it would be "an Indies and French Indo-China. work during the "duration" are


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Wanted: Pleasant Summer Homes seal at Starke. Florida', this the OHItKR OFNoriCK l.t'RI.I\TIOll: -r I I *rty under the said certifit'ate I ,,1.l..- .b ,
Happenings 10th day of April A. 1>. 141. TO AHPHIH I sued 'was In' the name of C. It. \ ,I ,I
Hampton For Homeless Boys And GirlsHow (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomaa. The State of Florida. to Charles Peek.
Clerk of Circuit (Court Bradford West' KOth Btreet New:' I Unless said certificate' shall b* "I'' ,\ ,
la'.J.V; ; I I
-- County, Florida.-By J. K. Kelly York York; You are hereby 1 redeemed according to law the L -
BA1T1SMAI. SERVICEOf about giving one or two and discipline them Just as they Deputy Clerk. 4-88 4t &." notified that bill of complaint for property described therein. will b.-- '
)In. M. w. Morrow homeless boys a vacation at would their divorce and due affidavit for this' sold: to the highest bidder at the
1 religious interest to Hamp- your own youngsters-and NoTlfI1 ov ..rri.icTiov order ha* been filed In the Circuit 'I| courthouse. door on the first Monday "
HOIPTOW'IFS tonites was the Christian home this summer? that they be willing to either FOR TtX: I.KKI. Court of Bradford County Florida, In the month of Juii*. 141, -
[TUB: Baptismal The Children's Home Societyof come for the children and (Ornate Bill >.>. KUONOTICK In a rails* wherein Violet Merriam which la the Ind, lay of Jun 1041.I .
service held here Sunday.The return IS! JIKHKBY Is Plaintiff and Charles MerrIam 1.1 I I I.>..ted this 17h., day of April I Inu.
meetings Florida-with receiving Homesat them at the end of summer CJIVF.N Defendant and you are hereby required ,
Protracted That II. .
service \VlgKlnn
was under the direction holder of Tax
ethodist Jacksonville, Miami. Pensacolaand or' that they will bf'ar'te expenseof Certificate No. 148 Issued the 2nd. 2nd to, appear In said cause onJune I i I J OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas '
hiS week.pllst of Chaplain James L. day of August A. b. 19.1 17, hits tils'iiea.ne : ,1941. County Olerk of ('Ir..ultourl; ..f Bradford
Service first Sunday Sandlin of the 31st Division assisted Lakeland-is making its an- having the child brought to In my office and nan mail Telegraph newspaper trn designated which thin us notice t he County. Florida., .JI 41 I-II I

and evening.rlSlian by Chaplain Hamilton nual appeal to the good peopleof to them later and returned to the .IsHtieil 1'PU""llun| for a tax deed to be shall b* published once. a week for ", I Vi
thereon. Said Irntoembraces
lug starts Moth. Florida for summer vacation Home. the four rimsecutlvn weeks prior to TO WIIOH IT MAY" ('o4eEII'4: i
Revival following d lescribedProperly
also of the .
31st. Six homes for its Big of In the County nf Bra.l.to.'d said return date. TAKE NOTICH THAT. 19*e. Ford \
candidates from the Starke Chris Family The Home Society expects these State of ."lorhtRj lo-wlt, : Witness my hand and .official Coupe. Kngln No. -1707II4.! bear !
Day. tian Church were Homeless Boys and Girls but Is boys and girls to be willing to do 1..1.t 6. *, 7. 8. 9 of Wlk 14 and seal at Starke, Florida, thla I the Ing 1941 Motor. Vehicle Tag No. !
I HKKB'ES presented for particularly anxious this for little lots I 0. I 1. 11 of HIR la I Hampton list. day of April A. I>. IMI. 4&-2051. with an appraised vain .I
AND year odd Jobs in return for .
kS3 baptism.Mr. Kec. 19 OFFICIAL of less him tl.OOO, was seised .
Township MKAI.
7 Kouth. Hang ) A J. Thomas,
ster Kite of Sampson vacation homes for boys from their vacation privileges-and will 11 Bnst.Th Clerk. Circuit Court. Bradford Bradford County, Florida March '

ted picking beans last Fri- and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand 10 to 15 years of age. I furnish each child: a reasonable aHBPnement of the said I'rnth'erl County Florida.. 4-15 4t IIUUTU'.1 27. 1911, for of' Section being used 9. Chapter In tbviolation ) ..

-ind bas secured many of the Mrs. T. C. Chastain were Each year for the past 10 supply of clothing for the sum. )' under the aald certificate 1"u..d I"- -- 19JOI Law of l lnrlda.. 1939. and '
com- walt In the name of A. A. : !\ OF Apri.(' \'t'10 : that It la the Intention. of ID.. W.' I ,;
era from the Hampton business visitors to Jacksonvillelast years the Home Society has been I I McDonald. I FOR T\X IttCKllarn : Hrdrborough. Director State Itav
Around Claude May's week. placing its homeless and mer.Full I Unless said certificate shall. h. ( .... Illll No. till: dare Department I of Florida.I Talla4hasse ,i
,Ity., though orphan' information will gladly be I redeemed according to law. the NOT I... "'1 1 IS IlKltlOIIY <1IVRN, *. Florida, to sell the property .q.qIn
e business looks as R. L. Ferrlll who was In children in carefully selected family given by Marcus C. "Daddy" property described therein will lie That U D. Vlnlng holder. of Tax above described at public sale h I : 1
be some beana andes homes for the I sold to the highest! bidder at the Certificate No.7 Issued th. 4th front of the ..nrthou... Htarke, I I
might stacks of Hampton during the railroad rush summer vacation -. Fagfr, State Superintendent of the courthouse dour on the flint.. Mon day of July A, iV 11I3 I l> hn. fll.d Florid, at 10:00 A. W., on May 0, ;
judging by the and who is now working the period-giving great Joy to I Children's Home Society, 40 Buck- day In the month of June. I1MI same In my office and has made. 11141. 1I

ners and crates around. Char- third trick in Starke visited I scores of boys and girls who are man Building Jacksonville or which Is the Itid- day of Jun., application Issued thereon. for H tax deed to he The StBt Beverage. Department. of 'Ii
Ha' Id r<*rllflcat* .
to start Florida reserves the right to reJect
,nd Hancock Hall are Mr. and, Mrs. J. W. Home Sun eager to get away from the rou- I can be secured from any one of UH.nated this S4th day .o( April embrwcea the followIng '.i.serih'dprop.rt any. and all bids. ; ":: I

ng beans the latter 'part of, I tine rules and regulations of the The Society's Receiving Homesat 1941. ford. y In the County of .Brad All persona. claiming any right or
tale ot .
are, reported' day.T. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas to-wlti Interest. In or to saltS, property orany !
week. Prices C. Chastain was a business -: Receiving Homes and many fine Jacksonville Miami Lakelandor Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford NWV!, of SWii Suction 13 Township part thereof are hereby required "
ilr to good for beans and very families have had the keen satisfaction Pensacola.No County, Florida. 4-2S 4t 616ov 7 Houth, rinng 19 Kast: 40 to appear. ami make such "
visitor in Lake Butler last. Acres more or less.Th claims' within thirty <30) day -
for berries. week where he conferred with I of bringing a new experience children under six years of assessment. of the said prop from the data nf the first publication
and much happiness to %OTI1I1 "1'1'1.11'IO erty under. the snld certificate. I.... of this notice as provided for f
TIST \V. M. U. State Senator Hal Y. Maines. age are available for vacation FOll TtX: t)IOKI> sued was. In the mime of Unknown. by N..clton IS Chapter: Ifiaoi, Laws" 1
"The World's themselves.All ('mute Illll %... 111*) Unless said. 'e'Iiflcate shall he of Florida 11138. to the tate Beverage i
urgent Gospel T. C. Chastain and Marshall homes-and the greatest need la NOTICIS IS HKHKBY; HIVIW 1'I..m.o'or.lln.I ir to I the Department of 'Florid.. 'at I'
Need and a Challenge to Matchett met with the Gains- that the Home Society That K. A. Kdwarda holder of Tax property. described. therein laWI II b* Tallahassee I Florida, or all such ,
vacation homes for older boys. Certificate No. 163. Ixxued the 4th sold to the highest. i
thee ask of the families who offer bidder at \lbs rlghta and Interest In and to saId
Dlsclplenhlp. was vllle Chamber'of Commerce last day. of August A. l U. 1924. has courthouse, docir on I he flr"lIn.: ..- property shall cease and terminate ',I '!
for the regular meetinghe week in the interest of the their homes to these boys and Who will be the first to respond filed same In my office and hasnnida dnv In the month of June, 1941 eB. CS
girls is that they be people of from this This application. for a tax deed which! la. I th* 2nd., day. of Jime! w. (BCAtionnouaii
Hampton W. M., U., April Hampton-Camp Blanding road. community is a to b* Untied. thereon. Huld certificate 1941: I Director tate Keverng Depart -

|at the home of ,Mrs. M. L. State Road officials hope to start unquestioned good charaCler-1 fine chance to perform a real and embraces. I the following" tiesscrlbrd Pnted this list., day of April, ment of Florida, Tallahassee Flor- a
that they will treat lasting service.Florida's property In the County .1 tDU. Ida. 4-4 (t ,.J ,
teraon. The program was fol- work on the project by the mid- Bradford State of to'lorldll1.lowll, : OFFICIAL" SKAL A, 1. Thomas -
business session. Missne NK<4 of Jotm1,4! Section 3 T"" ". Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford .
d I by a dle of May. S. K. 22 KAHI, 40 OUIKI1 OF l'tiI5.iCTION'l's : ,
containing acres,
Bedenbaugh. gave several more or Ie..". County Florida. ..18 4t 0-16 ISO'llfN ) AI>t ....*" :
Miss Betty Jean Adklna spent 124th Infantry Is The aMswssment of the. saul, The Htat of Florida to I'eter D. \i4..rA
a numbers during the meet. Tuesday in Jacksonville with her erty. under the wnlil certl'IcHlw prop 1 Is- >TICM' OF 4.IMM.M'VMOX' Burns, whose residence. In "Man llaruel "J\,
Refreshments were served A Study In Versatility suud was. In I the nunie of M. A, Kd Kim 'I'\ \ I.KI.IIXennte Hotel 4R/ West. 4Mb Street, '
great grandmother Mrs. L. H. I wnrds. 11111 %... Inu! New York City, \New York," You '', 'r
|ng the social hour that fol- Howard. I'nless snld certificate. .shelf be. NOT1CW!1 IS I IIKHIOBY I : fltVTCV.' are hereby notified that hill ofcomplnlnt ,
a. I By Private A. W. Anderson Jr. once coast artillerymen 11 had redeemed acrnrdlng to law, the That I. II. Vlnlng holder of Tax for divorce and due affidavit ':
Mrs. Luther Real and small medical department experience properly described' therein will' I b* I Certificate No. 17, Issued the 7th, for tItle order has. been ':
The 124th Infantry the Florida sold: to the highest hldnVr I : at the day of July A. tJ. licit* bee filedsame filed lit the Circuit.. Court of Bradford fu I
(tSS SUMMER: CAMP daughter of Winter Haven are I and the other 32 were divided courthouse. door on the first Mnn : In my office and has mndeapplication County, Florida, In a cans ,M< '
Wednesday afternoon the visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ad. I regiment of the 31st (Dixie) Division among the' air corps cavalry tiny In the mniith, vf June, 1 11141.* for H tax deed. tit b* wherein UeruMInn. Burn la the ,'f
I stationed at Camp Bland. which' la he 2nd, day of June Issued thereon. Ha' lit certificate plaintiff and I'eter I). Burn I Ie the II!
(1st Association President kins., engineers field artillery, quartermaster *. embraces. I the following described defendant and yon art hereby required f-'
Ing could make Its wants knownin 1941.l this 21st., of property lu I i, Count uf BradfordStlltM to appear In said cause. on .
diiy v
McCall. an Interesting and the coast April. ,
gave Mrs., Luther Real and Mrs. corps 194'11."t"d ntr: ,
almost any country for 125 Of ,., t,,wit: the Sml day of June, 1941. Bradford st
Story talk and followedwith G. Adkina spent Wednesday In guard. (OFFICIAL SKAM Thomas N'4 of SKU N nf Diver (lectionIS County Telegraph In designated )'j<"
soldiers in this unit are able to Clerk of rt'of' j 7 MS the newspaper. In whli'hthla i!
a presentation of facts Circuit Bradford Twp H. It. 19 M., 40 Ai-rifS ji 1
New River with Mr. and Mrs. Command officers realize that
converse in foreign languages, County, to'l or 1<11.. 4-25 4t 5-16 more ur less.. ord"'r shall b* published oice 1
figures relative to past, pres- E. L. Kelley. all work and no play makes private 1'he assessment. .. of the saul, property a week for four consecutive. week Jt( r
ranging from German to Jewish under I the. siild' cerllflcnlH I t ,Issued prior to snld return date. Wltnesnmy H .,
and future financial obllga- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Griffis announce a dull boy. and BO playtime 1% TIIM' <'Illfl IT ('(II UT. KllillTH: "",..10 i In I the iinmo of Kmplr: hand and offlcliil. aval at I,
of the association birth of and including French. Spanish. received Some .III>KI\I. lull 1'1' of KI.OII.IIM. 1.lIlIIb..r'un..nv.<< Mlitrkn.' Florida. this, the 1TIK. ... day "
the a 7U: pound ability H checkup. ---- -'--
Filipino, Chinese and several iAM roil mi IIIFOIIII Unless said. cvitlflcnte- I I slut 1 I II I h. of April\ A.: D.: 11141, k, I,
this meeting Mrs. LaCourtz girl. Sandra Louisa,, April 28. others. 150 soldiers can play musical instruments tot N'rv. redeemed' according. to la,,,,. t the (OFFICIAL HIOAL) A..I. Thomas.. I f .
133 IV ('lltlitt'itargaret : .t"1 I h,." therein will I I I be Clerk Circuit Court Bradford ',
gave an account of the pos at 11 o'clock.Mr. can sing (moreor Dukex, property t'
These and other interestingfacts sold to the highest bidder at the County Florida 4-18 4t 5-9 .,I
at the annual summer and Mrs. Robert Championof less), and 148 have had pro Plaintiff 5'C
ties are shown in a ,complete -v". No. 1801 court house dour on th* first .Mon.ilny ------- '
p work at Camp O'Lena, Kings Mountain. N. C. visitedJ. fessional or amateur experienceIn Lester Pukes, In the month of June, 1V4I OIIMFIR or ,l.t.r.'A'I'IO: 1'
personnel analysis of the 1241h'senlisted which Is th* 2nd, duy uf June,
ISOTlri') TO AITKtll
11 and W. and M. L. Watterson last theatricals.The Iiefemlnnt.nilDKU ,I,
\\h: convenes August ) .
The Mlatfi of Florltla to Carolina J
men completed yesterday 01") Ml1tVT'l.MTl'l' 11141.Mated 1-<<,
for four days. A numberhe week. I. Q. rating of these Flori- ) TO AI'l'EAU I this 19th, day of April. Stewart. whose. resident la unknown "

children to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins by a special staff working da soldiers Is hlKh and 163 The Stale' of Florida! 1941. A.c'l..rl..t.1 Thomas Circuit You are hereby notified 1:1\:\ 'UI
| Hampton plan under the regiments commanding very To I.ester l>ukea, whose reMltl.n" OFFICIAL "BKAL) I bat lilll of complaint for divorce. !'if''M
advantage of the reasonable and daughters and Florence Van rated "very superior' on the tests la Fllstrrrnld" ..., Georgia.. Court of Iliudford (County and du. affidavit for this/ order t11
officer Colonel Fred A. Safay, It I I.. hereby ordvied that you are Florida. 4-11 4t B-0 hits been filed In the Circuit Court Mlof \ J'I
and Allstlna the wek.end with 896 and 772 .
spent were "superior"
religious opportunitieswill
lli-Hilfni'd In ,
of Jacksonville. Headquarters, required to appear on th. Sod,, oumr.'hFI a
abound at this beautl- friends and relatives In Lake were "average", while only 444 day of June A. 1'. 1941 .before the NOTIfM OF AFIM.If'ATIO cans .; Stewart I Is, 't.
second Battalion Is from Starke. above entitled court. to th* bill ofoomplHlnt visit TAX IiKlPCenste the plaintiff* and Caroline Htewart n
[camp situated on the bankshe Butler, The analysis was compiled from were below "average". The high filed against. you In the ( lull '*... Hl.llNOT1CW : la the defendant and you are J J
Santa Fe River near Highngs. Mr. and Mrs. K.' B. Wattersonhad classificationhas educational average In the 124this above entitled. cause: and "The IM IIKHUBY: IIIVKN hereby required to appear In said. ,. : I
information o n Bradford County Telegraph" la That I U A. Davis, holder of Tax us usa <>n the 2nd day of Jul..". "
as Sunday'dinner guests Mr. cards one of which Is filled In no doubt partially responsiblefor hereby designated. at the, newspaper Certificate No.' IS* 'Issued' the Kill,, 14.1. llradford County Telegraph ,'it
and Mrs. Will McEver of Graham the unusual I. Q. ratings. In which this order .shall he pub day of August:: A. (tJ. 19211, hue filed la designated as the newspaper In '
B. REPRESENTATIVEt for each man in order to determine lished. once a week for Four consaciitlva sum In my office end has made which this order shall b* published
and Mr. and Mrs. Aurle Martinof what he is best qualifiedto Information indicates that 1,338 week application for a tax deed 10 be one' a week for four ..onneuutlv ..,'I'i
t a recent meeting of the Miami. attended grammer school 825: Witness my hand and the seal Issued. thereon. Maid certificate. weeks prior to said return
-wide conference of Florida do In the army. Results of of this. court at Htarke' Florida. embraces the following d.".'rll..d I ilat. Witness. my hand and j, .
J. C. Wynn son of Mr. and the intelligence quiz test others attended high school' 48 this 22nd., day of April A. D. property In the (' 1 official seal. at Htarke, Florida i
k>rculosls and Health Associa. Mrs. C. C. Wynn is back in Army more are college or university 1941.OFFICIAL. ford tate t of Florida, rn.t.tIUrad-. this the 11th day of April., A. ,L>. Tl 'l I
Workers Mrs. M. W. Mor- taken by each soldier were Included attended technical schools ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, BRi.i of HISV4 Heo. 21 Twp. 7 8.R 194!, I''
Hampton after spending the winter the analysis. Of the men. 16 Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1* 13., containing 40 Acres, more {OFFICIAL HKALJ A. J. Thomas '
was elected to serve as the months operator and agent lnv" eight have post graduate work to (.h..... R llesa. ., Jacksonville. Fla.' or Ie... Clerk. Circuit Court, JI r a d ford : .
as nearly 2.700 men in the 124th Plaintiff's!. Attorney. 4-SH 4t K-l. The assessment. e>f tam .*.... ..-..- County, Florida. ';' .-18 4t II-It ,
ity representative for. the, year for the Seaboard Railroad at and 79 their credit while only 108 or ,
only 379 are just ,
Fort Bassinger., less than four percent are par. ii pr;,
of these have dependents other -

our board meetings are heldly George Rahme Clyde Rahme, than their wives, while 330 have tially Illterate. iiI : tie ,
at which time the actlvl- W. A. Saxon. Jr., and L. A. dependents but no wives, so few Many of the men have hobbies : _. \ .

of the association are reed Johns, Jr., left Tuesday morningfor Florida soldiers have troubles! to take up their spare time. Most When work home ,

the objectives and a- Jacksonville to work on the Over one-third of the person popular Is photography with 91 at ..tl.Ift. I

vements are studied and the Beach right-of-way for the Southern .
nel. 1,000 to be exact had military 'shutter fans" In the regiment.
Its t are interpreted to the local Bell Telephone' Co. with 88
experience prior to induction Radio follows closely

unities through the press.uch Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux into the U. S. Army under enthusiasts while a number of tires..pause and

work has been done In spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. the emergency training program; men in the 124th collect phonograph .- 1S tl! I IfI" I

county this year and, in Leo Wiggins at the State Farm. 488 had Infantry experience. 443 records and a "jam ses

ration with the newly or- Mrs. H. B. Wiggins visited had been In the C. C. C., 13 : sion" can be found almost any P '

zed health' unit much more her sister, Mrs. Mattie Thompson were former navy sailors; 11 were night. A l"i;
be accomplished.THDAY in Macclenny Sunday. She ; '

PARTY was accompanied by her daugh. 100 white Leghorns COIN SETTLES ELECTION If
bought .
r>- J. W. Home entertained ter Mrs. Mary Williams and son, to add to her flock and says if Lake Helen,-A flipped coin I _I '. ',
On the return trip
nesday Joe Wiggins. T. W. English a zone managership 1'lt
afternoon honoring prices are good. she might sell gave
they stopped with Mr. and Mrs.
small Volusla
daughter Miss In this

the occasion of Betty her twelfth Home. Leo Wiggins at the State Farm a few. County community. English and \ f
Residents of Brooker are: really itr..
day anniversary. During the ofr a few hours. George G. Plnney polled 20 votes '
moon the young people play- Mrs. J. M. Maxwell, her son, taking the spring cleaning idea each In an election and the community \ ;

games and engaged In con- W. H. Maxwell and grandson, seriously. Fred Hazen., Mrs. I. charter provided the '\;

'. Mrs. Home was assisted. Bruce. spent Sunday at their old W. Plnhol ter. and Lee Gainey drawing of a lot to settle such t( \\1 c fl

erving the 30 home, in Hampton. On their returnto circumstances. They flipped and ,
guests by her are having clay and rock put on

r daughters Barbara and Jacksonville they were accompanied their front lots. Tow Stewart and English won. rJ/A1a- t'f
tha. by Mrs. C. E. Harper _
E. C. Long are having more ,
rs, Kenneth and Mrs. J. J. Pickren who will Lee B. R. WltkovBkl and Will Agin iP.7" I -,
LaChance who added to their
rooms :
spend several days there with went fishing Wednesday of last 1t 1 '
spent the his
winter here with Mrs. Maxwell. Gainey Is tearing down yard week in "Bennle's Pond" about t

mother Mrs. Clara Stone fence and putting up a new one. I ,
Monday for Saranac Inn. Sgt. and Mrs. D. T. Thompsonand G. C. Colson Is improving the 30 miles fiom Starke. Not count. j, .

York. daughter Betty of Galnsville looks of his store with a new Ing the big ones that got away j ,

with Mr. and nor the little ones they threw
spent Resale Colson andE.
coat paint. ,
onday evening between back to grow some more they .i,
8 and Mrs. O. D. Gay and family.Mr. C. Long are brightening up ,
'lack the farm home of Char- and Mrs. Marlon "Ted" homes.' actually brought home 26 speckled .- ,

Hall burned to the ground Griffin and baby Wayne have their perch averaKlng a pound anda AL \(
Mrs. T. W. Marky. Mrs. Leslie each. They used only 11 ,
possibly because all members moved to the home of Mrs. Ella quarter -
he family were Green, and Mrs. Earl Green were live bait and had no snake, bite ,.
away at the Hartllne. 'I"
visitors in Gainsvllle Saturday. said. .
nothing "Bennle"
was saved. Mrs. May Sweeney and children
'e Mrs. I. W. Plnholster spent
City Council will hold its have moved into the large '
with Mr. and Mrs. Reddish TO WHOM I'r MY ( 'O"C.U':
>lar meeting the first Tues- i I two story house owned by Mrs. Sunday TAKE NOTICE) THAT/ on. 18.16: International !}'
of each Andrews of New River.A Trurk, Knirlne. No. II. 4
month. I D. W. Moore of Theressa. of attended I). SS449 bearlns 111 Motor Vehicle ,,1't/ ,
number people
large T* r No. 4S-IK 74 halI.hl anappr&iar.I
Church services at the : value. of loss' "
.selaed In llradroril County,
Brooker home of Mrs. Alice Thomas Friday Florida April 5. UfI$, for being I
BrevitiesMri. nlgrft. Services were conducted us..d in violation of Section. 9, ) : '
Chapter 19101 I>HWS of Florida "'.
by Atwood and Jones. the Intentionof # "
1941): and that It Is ro
Elders from Jacksonville.Mr. K. W. Hi-orhorouKh. Director of t
8y Mri. L. L. Parker MRS. COLSON HONORED Morman epic "Plata" lloveraa* Department of
and Mrs. Abe Crosby and Florida. Tallahassee.. "Florida to

I I G CLfB MEETS Mrs. J. P. Roberts entertained children and Mrs. Edd Crosbyof at sell public the property sale at shove the Courthouse described I i 'Jjl

.e Ladies Tuesday afternoon of last weekat Jacksonville\ were visiting Mr. Htarke. Florida, at 10:00: A. M. on

Sewing Club held her home with a bridge party I and Mrs. L. R. Gainey Sunday.Mr. The May Htat 27. 1941.Uaverage Department of !\

egUlar meeting. AprU 22. at honoring Mrs. Resale Colson. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen were Florida reserves the flint to rJiet *- if,

home of Mrs. J. K. Douglas. whose marriage was a recent In Galnsville' shopping Saturday All persona any and claiming all lilds.any right or

ler a event. afternoon.Mrs. Interest. In or to said property or -i-iA *
hour of sewing I any part < are 'hereby required '}'
8hments were served by the Colorful garden flowers were J. P. Roberts. Mrs. J. R. to a :.iron to make suchclaim ,
"5ea' 3.rre and Ulas Bonnie Mott were within thirty (SO) days from
Douglas., Mrs. B. placed In the living room where I Mott : the date nf the First publicationof
.azen and Mrs. L. shopping In Starke Monday.Mr. this notl. ". provided. for bY'
Darry. The cards were played. At the con Heetlon 11. Chapter t'301, Laws of
meeting Will be held at the and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Florida 11311. the $tt* Keverav

6 of Mrs. R. P. Gano. clusion of the games prizes were daughter Minnie Lou, were in n Florida.p*rtm.or nt all of Florida such rights Tallah.and..Interest .*.. ]Ice-cold\ Coca-Cola' U refrehm at its best. : :

ri Karma awarded and Mrs. Colson was GatmvUle Sunday afternoon.Mr. In and to .said property ..halle..a.a

rsburg and her Daukazl moth of. St. presented with a piece of Rose- and Mrs. E. J., Lewis and and E.terminate.W. Hrarboroua-h.. -. It leaves you with a happy, refreshed feel 4

arker Mrs. vllle pottery. Mr. and Mrs.\. James Endlcott State lleverar. Uepart-: '
of Michigan Dlr..to'i-! Tallahass Flor
relaUves are visit- Refreshments of frozen fruit were visiting relatives In Dukes 4-25 it 121OIII f
here ida. / It Is wholesome and
this ing.
st Week\ week. salad saltlnes. and Iced tea were Sunday.Mrs. < I pure .
the farmers were served by the hostess. invited and >KII Ofpt nr.irtTiovt I / -i iI

berries w1E" and English peas *"d to be with Mrs. Colson and the ter. Sara.. P. M.were Barefoot visiting the daugh bedside .- flats\-rriCK of: TO Florida APIBARTh to Edward-_ -- I I PJ the drink for home refreshment. So when" you

toes now it's beans hostess were: Mrs. Fred Hazen, af Henry Kelly, whos* residence Is
and of Tom Oateen Monday
Btrawberrt unknown: You are hereby notified
ugl"a. Hazen. Mrll. I. B. Harrison Mrs. Melva ternoon. Mr. Onteen has been ill that bill of romplalnt for divorce k 7- ] pause throughout the day, make it frW pause
he In who Is an Harrell. Mrs. Mildred Harrell. | several weeks. Mrs. E. C. and due, affidavit for this order 1J1JJ
the Legislature Col-' for bus been filed In the circuit Courtof
Jng LU, was Mrs. E. C. 'Long Mrs. G. B. Parker has been ill for the past Bradford County Florida. In a rerresfies with Ice-cold Coca-Cola. 1t
} parenis Mr. 'and Mrs. Mrs. Guy Harrell. Mrs. cause wherein Clara Adelaide 'I ,
liazen over the son. week but seems to be improving. Kelly I. the plaintiff and Edward! "
nry Osteen week-end. Ralph flaxen, and Mrs. /We wish them both a speedy re Henry Kelly la the defendant, and
ot Plant City you are hereby required to appearIn
lilting his father Hazen. covery. said cause June 1 141. Hrad.
Tom Os- In ford County Telearraph I. designated BOTTt UNDER AUTHORITY Of Till COCA-CdA. COMPANY VT
Mn. O. W. Barry believes the newspaper In which
,' as
and Mr'c a day MAN CSCRI IT CO'ER.41 title order. shall b* published. one 1 1
rule that an egg
C a business Kelley the old Is a I 100 BRADFORD COUNTY a week. for four eonsevutlv week STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
last trip to Gains-. for everyone In the family per prl- t. said return' data. ,
'Neek. good principle to follow so she TELEGRAPH. \Titnes*. my hand and official ,


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MAY 2-1941 '

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t ;l entertained with a reception in to avail themselves of this op- Christian I Church Postal's! -

:i l SOCIETY and CLUBSEpiscopal her home. portunity to hear him again. Since U

Numerous arangements of white The services at tbe''Tabernacle Officers Elected quarters moving into their| **
Spring blossoms! were placed Friday and Sunday nights of near the *
Windows Surprise Shower I Miss Denmark Becomes Bride throughout the rooms of the this week will be in charge of Eleven new members were add- about Feb. 21, the busliET?* *

Last Friday For Mrs. MartelleThe Of Tillman Hutto home. The bride's table In the Mr. Gomes. He will also conductthe ed to the Christian Church of Postal Telegraph Co I0 lit
creased *
dining room was overlaid with Tuesday night Bible Studyat Starke during the successful two at least 500 p'erc.M
attractive apartment of In an impressive ceremony, week's revival services conductedby M. Saturday said *
The Rev Frank' A. Juhan D. lace cloth, centered with a beautifully the Mission Hall. Wednesday,
D., Bishop of Florida, visited St. Capt. and MM. H. W. House, at marked with dignity and beauty decorated three-tiered wed- The women's Bible Class holds the Rev. J. S Faulconer, pas- During holidays and other
fi Mark's Episcopal Church last Fri- the "Nollwood" apartments of Miss Irene Vivian Denmark, ding cake. A miniature bride and Its meeting: at the Tabernacle tor of the First Christian Church hours, there are three 111II

day night, and administered the Col. and Mrs. W, H. Nollman on daughter of Mrs. Mabel L. Den- groom topped, the bride's cake. every Thursday afternoon at 3:00: of Ashland, Ky. In the office-Mr and VL**
Madison St., waa scene of a lovely mark of Jacksonville, became the L. Kemp and Mr. *
ancient Apostolic Rite of Con- During the reception refresh- o'clock. Bible School at 3:00: p. Following services last Satur- Saturday,
affair Tuesday afternoon when bride of Tillman F. Hutto, son Mr. Kemp and Mr. II'b4e"
formation to three candidates; ments of punch and cake were m. Sunday. All age groups are day morning, a church conferencewas Saturday
guests of Nollwood apartment of Mr and Mrs L. S. Hutto of their full time to ChI
served. held and officers elected the
Mrs. Nancy Lewis McLaughlin, provided for.Methodist. as work(
Mri. Martelle Starke, Sunday evening at eight Prior to
surprised George follows entering
Toledo, Ohio; John Ellis Harts- Mrs. Hutto was graduated from 1 ; their
field. Oxford, Miss.; and Mack with a shower. o'clock In the Glen Myra Methodist Andrew Jackson High School In Church I Elders: George A. Gardiner, quarters it was a one-man Otict!11ft

Futch Starke. The Rev. Fred A message was sent to Mrs. Church in the presence of a Jacksonville and for the past \t David Kelley, and Rev. Mr. One morse wire and one Prtnt

Yerkes, Jr. presented 'the latter Martelle telling her to come to large number of friends and relatives two years, has been employed by At the morln'lng service at Daugherty wire-or teletype maebln&-tn
from Jacksonville and used,
two persons to the Bishop and Mrs. House's apartment to seethe Starke. the Southern Bell Telephone Company 11 o'clock next Sunday In the Deacons: P. S. Denmark, W. L. on to which messages are II-
Hamilton H. Kellog; Chaplain strange creature she; had in Andrews layed Jacksonville Mr
Major The church was beautifully decorated Methodist Church The Chorus will ; Edd Prevatt, Cecil urday said. SaI,
of the 192nd Field Artillery her living room. She came hurriedly with tall floor standardsof Mr. Hutto received his education sing "Jesus Came Into My Heart" Manire- and Judge A, Z. Adkins.

of Danbury, Conn., presented Mrs, and found the room full white and pink gladioli againsta from Bradford County High (Lane), In the evening at 8 o'- Secretary and treasurer; Mrs. -
of The table was centeredby
McLaughlin Division Chaplain, guests. background of stately palms School and for the past several clock a brass quartet from Camp W. L. Andrews. This Is to
a huge pink and white stork I notify the
43rd Division,
Morgan Ashley months has beenemployed at will render two selec- clUzelll ?
Deaconesses '
Mrs Moitt
and seasonal greenery. Tall white I Blending : Charlie Starke and the
a tiny baby. Lovely
s Her- personnel
of Rutland, Vt., Captain of
candelabra holding dainty pink burning tapers In graduated can- : Camp Blanding. tions and play after the servlc Mrs. S.; R. Johns, Mrs. Willie Blending that,Miss Canp:
bert of Augusta, Maine, Isabelle
Pressey Kir. and Mrs. Hutto are making la concluded. A choir composed WaII!
Sheeran of and blue candles, and a profusion delabra, outlining the altar, sheda Johns, Mrs. D. O. Kelley Mrs. is no longer associated T
and Captain Robert I their home at 224 W, Beaver St. of people will lead In the Edd With lit
of flowers lent further charm to soft glow over the scene. young Prevatt, and Mrs. P. S. Starke Chamber of
Starke, assisted the Bishop. COll1Jllerce
A's in Jacksonville. congregational singing. The pas- Denmark. e
: the the guests were assemblinga U. S. Tours.
atmosphere. .__ ?
After the Conformation service d .
program or oeautiiui nuptial tor will speak at both services.A Trustees: Judge Geo. A. Gardiner -Mrll. Evelyn
Bishop Juhan dedicated the memo Several contests were enjoyed. music was rendered. Baptist W. M. S. Circles hearty welcome awaits all who the Rev, Mr. Daiigherty, and Starke Chamber Stephen, gap}
' the winners being Mrs. J. N. I ot
rial stained glass windows with Coe.
The bride, who entered with attend. Judge A. Z. Adkina.
the ,special service provided for Cook, Mrs K. W. Porter, and Three Circles of the Baptist merce.
that occasion. The dedicationswere Mrs. F. A, King Little Jackie her grandfather, C. L Duncan, W. M. S. will meet Monday as Sunday School convenes at 10 .....--.---.------
also of Jacksonville, whom hold ---
by o'clock. The their -
Leagues ..
In the order Manry. small daughter of Capt. follows: Circle No. 1 in the .
following :
she was given in marriage, was services at 1 o'clock. All young s::_ GOING
Janice Lewis Frazee and Mrs. Harry S Manry, dressed Church annex: at 3:30: p.m.; Circle TO TOWNSOLDIER I
lovely in her of !!
wedding not otherwise
Clara Belle Sistrunk In white and blue, wheeleda gown No'. 2 with Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde people obligatedare otOofl"r
white starched silk net white ?
t Cyrus Frank Hoover beautifully decorated doll buggyto at the State Farm, 3:30: p. m; urged come. I
taffeta. Her full length veil of "
Wynton John Carter the guest of honor. Circle No. 3 with Mrs. M. F. Ha- TRY ONE OF JERRY'S
sheerest Illusion '
was caught to
Flora Beatrice CadyA A tempting buffet luncheon was her head by a tiara of orange zen at 3:30: p. m. Mrs. Josephine SullivanMrs. FOOT-LONG SPECIALHOTDOGS I

large number of people were served to the honoree and Mrs. blOKSoms. She carried a shower .
for this and M. A. Land Mrs. F. A. Josephine Zelgler Sullivan,
present interesting ress. King. bouquet of bride's roses. Mission Hall __ --
unusual service. Mrs K. W. Porter Mrs. H. S. 79, died at 7:30: o'clock Wednes- ,
Manry Mrs K D. Reddick, Mrs. Mrs. Fred Klmbrell was ma- And Tabernacle"The day morning in the home of her ALSO R>'rrAL HOME MADE CHILI
tron-oY-honor and Mrs. M. F. son, Cleveland Sullivan of Ther- I
E L. McManus. Mrs. G. A. Win-
' W.; S. C. S. Circles Denmark, Mrs D L. Denmark .
hart. Mrs. J. N. Cook, Mrs Seven New Things" was essa, following a lingering Ill
Circles of .the Woman's Society House, Mrs. C. L. Moltt, Mrs. W Mrs.\ Jack Surrency and Miss the subject of the Bible studyat JERRY'S I
Edna Hutto, sister of the bride- ness.Mrs.
of Christian Service will II. Nollman; and Dickie Reddlck, the Mission Hall Tuesday Sullivan was born In Mar-
groom, all of Jacksonville, were night. Ralph Roberts and Mr. 151 CALL STREET, STARKE FLA. I
i meet Monday afternoon at 3:30: Sonny Martelle, Jackie Manry ; Ion County and came to Bradford _._
_.. .
bridesmaids. Little Mimes Patri- -- ------- ._
) o'clock. Circle Number One will and Carol McJIanus., Brewer, of Jacksonville- were at the age of 16. She was mar- ----
meet with Mrs. S, A Weldon, at I cia Lyn Johnson and Eileen West visitors at the service. Mr. Roberts ried to the late Reuben Sullivan, ,

her home on N. Walnut St. Circle U. D. C. to Meet were the flower girls. The bride's sang and gave a brief talk and made her home at Hamptonfor
Number Two will meet with Mrs. attendants wore dresses of pink on the, first chapter of Ephesians .
many yearll.Survivors
H. S. Matthews. Circle Number The W. T. Weeks Chapter, and blue taffeta. I The Scripture was read by Mr. include three sons,

Three will meet with Mrs. Sam United Daughters of the Confederacy J. J. Cunningham of Jacksonville Brewer. Albert Sullivan Theressa; Cleveland Clar-Jean Florist
will meet
Anderson and Mrs. Hogan Smith Wednesday acted as best man and ushers Beginning Wednesday, May 7th, Sullivan, Theressa; and Mar-
will be? co-hostess. afternoon, May 7, at 3:30: ( o'clock. were V. C. Borne, Jr., Robert Dr. V C. Kelford of Waterloo Ion Sullivan, Miami; one brother,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Harper, Oscar Johnson and H. Iowa will conduct a three-day J. J. Zelgler?.theressa; and a sis Headquarters--Carpenters Drug Store
W Andrews at KIngsley Lake.
M. Denmark, all of ,Jacksonville. Bible conference. Dr. Kelford has ter. Mrs. Sullivan of Waldo
I* Eac... Acid causes Cora
Hostesses: Mr Andrews, Mrs. '
FREE Immediately following the ceremony been here on several occasions. Funeral services were held
you paint of Stomach
O. L. Haynes and Mrs Effle
Ulcers, Indigestion Miner. the mother of the bride Many of his 1"
Oltlnc,Ca.,Heartburn,Belching, -- ,__ 'H __ __ Baptist Church at Theressa with
." the Rev. C. A. Warren of Alachua Floral Telegraph Delivery Ass'n.
.u..c.t. of UDGA
ample OKM:! CUPS-50o per M- ,
and a free interesting booklet Callstreet officiating. Arrangements were in
DRUG STORE GRAPH. charge of KeyMcCabe.Pall Flowers Wired Anywhere Anytime
-- -- ---- -- ----- ------------ bearers were H. D. Mav.
-- -----------
Claude May, Lacy Wynn, Walter
Dear C-Streeters burg I heard such wonderful .
Sibley, Garfield Johns, and W.
During the few months
past stories of Starke that I became
Enjoy A Summer Outing At Starke has been Investigated, surveyed afraid I would miss some of the H. -Hall. GUARANTEED QUICK SERVICE

probed and examined. fun. While waiting for our' plansOf
Big shots from Washington have moving to Bradford County to Sells Orange Juice ,

KINGSLEY, BEACH arrived here almost weekly to materialize, tiny former ringlets COMPLETE SATISFACTION.
delve into problems of housing, wilted from 'fcnxlety and, likea Robert L. Houghtaling New -. .-
.11 I health sewage disposal, et cetera flower) 'picked too long, did York City, has been" ""squeezing'* : D sig4'Q'!> lP ietinctiol .;

BILLARPS BOWLING SPEEDBOAT p/t,? They 'take copious 'notes, not revive IIfW lien placed h> the and, !selling '''pure' 'P'lorrda''citrusand > t < L t' ':
promise> assistance' 'go'back to flow of-,> th stiver stream of pineapple juices'in Florida I l' 'FTMfe, I DESIG4S vf '

RIDES, BATHING AND'BOATING Washington and-forget 'about us prosperity -on CaM 'St. : for/ |20 seasons.! He has spent .. ,,,,",to. ,.., 1",,:, ...... I

'< (Apparently) '.' Anyhow, I had 'to have' a Theretore'l mo if( '* hl* winters during that '- -..-....J'. :. .., :'" ..'.,.'f'...*.'.

U'SI happened' so oftenaccordingto curl). -., it period 'In St. Petersburg, while 4
Bar-B-Q, Chicken Dinners, Shrimp 'the front pages of the Telegraph Many; thenk3"for' "the solicitous he"has been In. Jacksonville, for .rt I;

Dinners Fish -that I've' been moved to the past year: .
Dinners, Cold Drinks. ,and answer to "Regular.'Reader": but .. ..
a bitter bit of verse entitled. Now be couples the lot ad-
Beer It was all a mistake. I only said REMEMBER :
on Tap I'hoped would of Joining the Bradford County Tele- "MOTHER, MAY I IITH
you approve
THEY CAME THEY SAW graph, and says he Is going to .
what Leila Mundy 'did towards
THEY CONFABBED make Starke his Place Your Orders NowBENNY'S
permanent homeat
outlook ,
TRAILER 'gal's' on
They came with their pencils life. least as long as the soldiers

ROOMSMake And mlmeo stencils i 11 -Ruby And yards of pretty red tape. li : i as he can make a living here..
Reservations for Picnics and Dinner Parties at They quoted statistic All I, know Is., whattl read He opened his place in Starke
On death and ballistics In the Union County,Times,which March 29, and his wife came
And, oh, how the natives did alleges that Ben Trip (formerly here from New York Thursday.

KINGSLEY BEACHLAKEFRONT gape! Koch') tripped over to Lake He sells fresh orange, grapefruitand GRO. &.. MARKET --
They surveyed our houses Butler and entered the bonds of pineapple juices, and also

And?frowned, at the lousesInfesting matrimony, ,laa<,week. .Congrat- sells citrus fruits In bulk and PHONE 159 WE DELIVER
AMUSEMENT PARK our; trailor lots. ulations, Ben .- May all your ships them. ,
Our worst rooms, our best rooms, troubles be, Triplets' slir

They They surveyed surveyed our our;pans'rest rooms and pots., comin'An speak slightlyweary of Koch's of r ,the I'm various be. Small., Fire Mondayol 1' >' : ;Friday and Saturday SpecialsPURE

iINIIWiWI11ANIWINI11N11XNnIY11Y11YINM0141AlIIIWIIa1WIINl They peeped In our cupboardsLike
gIIWMMWYW.41NnNnIYWNYIp / old' Mother Hubbards pronounclatlons showered up- W. B. Mundy's garage apart-
on this ment between and Church
popular establishment. Cherry
And 1 Lb. Package
sniffed at garbage
our cans.
Therefore, I am? once more movedto streets furnished a fire scare

PHRKT l "We They'"Instead fear said,you've without: been/! ,lookln'Jookln', poesy. ., ., night.between An 9 and oil 10 heater o'clock flared Monday up LARD lOc

of develop 'plans." If the language you would botch and the fire, department was call-

H E R T R E I And They Prescribing diagnosed tested'Vitamins our"Fidgets"digits, A, ', Go1 Or ahead if you and choose call to It Cotch.bring reproach ed Carden out, said but the Fire fire Chief was V. out H. SHORTENING lb. lie

5TRRKEFLDRIDflBRADFORD And B-l, and C-l, Upon your head. Just murmur before they'arrived on the scene. CRUSHED NO. 2 Cans

And even old D-l- Coach. the Conga among the gay Senoritas -

The patient had nothing to say. But If you would be oakle ,doke. -Havana.. .Went to Cuba .PINEAPPLE 2 for 25c
COUNTY'S MOST MODERN AND The boom surely shook us, You can't go wrong, by sayln' from American 'Legion conven--
UP-TO-DATE THEATRESun. And doctors forsook us, Coke., tion In Key West. ,
But still I can see we'll survive / That American Legloh Ford Is PEANUT
& Mon., May 4.5 Oh no, I'm not klckln Hear that line of our local gonna be given away for sure BUTTER 'qt: 23c!

"NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE" The old burg's still tlckln' lassies recently remarked: "F1 at a big dance May 9th. .Steve ,

With Gary Cooper and Madeline Carroll We're lucky to still be alive! can find a major general" ..whoIsn't Weldon's lookln' for some of No. 2 Can
married I'll nab him! .
Paramount you gals to help sell the rest of
News Popular Science An' now th t's off my chest, Not a bad Idea, at that. ..Onefamed his tickets.! .. .Lend a hand, girls, TOMATOES Jc

Tuesday May 6 I can get down to dlshln' out ''writer said "Hitch your lend a hand. :N' don't forgetto .
"THE LIGHT' the weekly stint of dirt : wagon to a star," an' how was plan on goin' to the dante too. -
THAT FAILED"With Unnerstand DeWItt Jones was Frances Peek to know whetherhe So long. See you .there'. YELLOW No.2 Can
Ronald Coleman and Ida mortified, to nothln of meant Clark Gable Robert
Lupino say being: Carolyn "
Also-Class In Swing flabergasted. while tryln to iden Taylor, or jus" an ordinary general CORN 3 for 1':", 25c
Musical Comedy tify himself in the Western Union 1 ?, .Should have known,
office tother night. .Jus' anotherone however, that a major general PREMIER Pints II
Wed. & Thurs., May 7.8 of those little boom-annoyan has two stars, 'stead of one .The Recipe For

"INVISIBLE WOMAN"With ces that Starkeite haft to put Seems the servant problem la PRUNE JUICE 2 for -- 25c

John Barrymore & Virginia Bruce up with now-a-dayi. .Seems he advancln' from- the ranks of Our SuccessBest ,

Also-Doras Dunking Donuts was receivln some money via arithmetic to the higher'realm.e Lean Tender "'estem' "iI
the wireless, and when he wentto of calculus .Hear the L. H.

-Paramount News- get it the fair femmes In the I Jennings have' had thirty different PORK CHOPS :

Friday May 9 office ,(Newcomers) would not I maids ,since they came to 23c

"DARK STREETS OF hand over the money until Mr. Starke, two or three years ago. Quality Foods
CAIRO"With Jones could properly identify him The weekly turnover nous" be ter Home Cooking Raised BREAKFAST Lb.
Sigrid Curie & Barbara O'Neil self. Thin was quite difficult, rific. .
Also "Sky Raiders" 'since no one In the office knew Dldja know T-Evelyn Stump's To a Fine Art BACON 23c |

nlm. .Of course, being practically teachln' Absolute Cleanliness
Saturday. May 10 Spanish at C. B. eThee' '_
-2 Big eatures-- a newcomer In Starke workln at the Y (Engaged y FRESH FLORIDA I Lb. I
(twice mayor, thrice chairmanof Careful, Courteous Service
Incidentally to Mrs. Ed
"GIVE US WINGS"With the City Council, and having Williams' brother). .That Miss Prices PORK RIBS 18e
Dead End Kids & Wallace Ford lived In these parts more than Erskine and Miss Ely (Cat the Y) Moderate '

"TRAILING DOUBLE TROUBLE"With 30 years) made l It doubly hardon are Jus about the most Interest- Quiet, Home-like PICNIC I I.b.HAMS' .
DeWItt. But he '
finally produced In persona I ever met. .Leila's Atmosphere
Ray Corrigan & Max Terhune his driver's license,, Ro made a reely swanky lookln' 20c

'Also-Disney's Practical Pig tary membership card, and a few shop by add In' a dress line to her
_"Sky Raiders"MIDNIGiiT letters, and the r
young ladies beauty bl*. .Hi-Hat (side entrance GalCOOKING
SHOW SATURDAY:; dutifully let him BEST GRADE
11:30: P. M. have the cash ) Is becoD n' quite the
"TOWER OF LONDON"With In the mail bag: gatherln" piece, Pall Knight's A & A :CAFE

Boris Karloff & Basil Rathbone Dear Carolyn: order number (m the draft) is l Oil 79c
You just Idn't
-Cartoon-Recruiting Daze understand about l among the last 100 in Noo Yawk Back of Carpenter's

Also-Stage Show my forgiven permanent! What but happened you are wholly City-lucky guy. .Hitlerll be Drug Store{ TRY niR!
'.mnmmmmnnml.lnnmm' '''''' ''''''' 'mmnnhRmm' '' ''" ''''' was dead of old age before Paul's FINE WESTERN STEAKSa ]
nmmimnnwimmmnmmmrmnmmm"mnmm'''''' '''' ''''''ai' mnmmwnmmaen. '" that while living In St. Peters :called .Kap Duncan learned .. -.I


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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS ';, I Opportunity for 150 YouthsTo First Giant Beans l"Fafse Alarms ,\ '>': 't,I ,

---- -- Receive Valuable. TrainingOne w M. RJmondson, veteran I The fire whistle kept Starkeltes ."1 i i ,;
spent several Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- Mrs. Marcus Howard and Mrs. hundred and fifty Florida their homes. Those who do not Bradford County farmer, brought on tiptoe off and on for two or "!

cKlnnon Petersburg this week. rum were week-end visitors In Clarence Roberts of Worthington boys are wanted by the V. S. 11 qualify in the preliminary examinations the first giant strlnnlesa map I three hours Wednesday-and the
St the home of Mr. Landrum'a par were guests Tuesday of Mrs. Maritime Comlsalon for trainingat will have opportunity of beans Into the State Farmers' volunteer firemen riding 'up and '
J. Canova. of ents at Brooksvllle. K. G. Duncan. New London, Connecticutt for I enrolling for work experience at Market at Starke Tuesday. Ho down the street-looking for a Y i
ie were! Jn Starke Tues- positions in radio work and for : the NYA resident project of brought In 23 crates and, although fire. Paine. alarm after false alarm ,! ? )
Mrs. Ira R. Corn who has beena Miss Arline Mann, Secretaryto places on United States vessels at Camp DeSoto, where they may he la 73 yean old he raised rang out until It was discovered i ; .
guest of Miss Madge Middle- Congressman R. A, Green, who seas as cooks, stewards and mess fit themselves for final examina- them himself-(ltd te plowing that a abort circuit was causing \ '
crews la. visitingand ton, has returned to her homein has been in Starke for the past boys. tions for the training offered by planting, cultivating and harvesting I the siren to sound. Whereupon 4 is
r relatives In South Witchlta, Kansas. six weeks left for Washington The National Youth Administration the Maritime Commission the condition was remedied.' ,, 1 a

Monday afternoon. for Florida is cooperating : Seventy-five of the boys chosen .
Mr and Mrs. James Seymourwere with the Maritime Commission will be for radio work, and sev
Mrs. B. H. St. John among those attending the Mrs. Mae Jones, Mrs. W. D. and the U. S. Coast Guard enty-five for the course in cook- .
nd with friends In Hutto-Denmark wedding in Jack- Jones, E. L. Middleton and Marjorie Service in accepting applications Ing and (stewardship. Those who INSURANCE AND.yBONDS '
unday sonville Sunday night Sue Mlddlton, of Jacksonville from those who wish to take up want to take the radio course
Bina. were guests Sunday of Dr. the course which will require must have at least two years of
Tucker recently attended Mrs. J/' R. Wainwright and and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. eight months study. Those who 'high school with. one year of algebra HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
I. Convention of Sinclairat eon James Richard Wainwright, are selected will be sent to New and also some ability in : ,
Qulncy. Jr., returned home Tuesday from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stromanof London where they Wilt enter the radio sending and receiving. A .
Alachua County Hospital. Jacksonville and Mrs. Katie Maritime Commission, school, and peed of twelve plain words per \ ,
Shine of JackBonvllle was Stroman, of Miami, were here will be paid $21 per month plus minute In sending or- receiving Constant Service Over 50 Years M t 4 ;
1st Wednesday of Mr. andS Marcus F. Brown and Joe E. Sunday visiting Mrs. W. S. Stro- subsistence for three months of Morse code Is required and also .l t_w

I Hutto and family. Wilson attended the State Con- man and Mrs. S. S. Bowling. the course. The rate of pay will I an elementary knowledge of the Please Phone 146 Starke ;
vention of Rotary International in be Increased to $35 per monthfor i theory of radio and electricity.
end )fl'8. Guy Sale and Tampa the first of the week. Ben Tripp, who has been em- the remaining five months. Including the operation of receiving ',?

ale spent the week-end ployed for the past four monthsat Those who complete the course i and Bonding. An elementary ---.-.- --.-- .--..-. .- _'_,' 1
liatlves In Madison. the Koch Drug Store has knowledge of statutes and communication
Mini Gayle Scwcll who I I" attending Government 4 "aw
srLool in Lecsburg. spent' accepted a position in one of the I regulations Is also re

ID w Dowty Ia able to beliii the week-end here with her parents service clubs at Camp Blanding. of $140 per month.Applications quired.

after an Illness of five Mr. and :Mrs. W. B. Sewell. can now be madeto Those who take up the cookor PATRIOTIC REVIVAL I Iaw
t her home on West Call Mrs. ;Ralph Cox and little area offices of thai NYA at steward course must volunteer -

Miss Marie Mercer and Wood- daugtter, Cynthia Suellen, left Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, Orlando for employment of vessels --'srII' th
fin G. Haile, Jr., of Palm Beach : this week for Alexandria. La. and Pensacola. All applicants of the United States, and must
j S. S. Dowling was In were guests Sunday of his par- where they will live while Lt. : will be furnished transportation have at least three months experience T.
Iville the first of the week ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Halle. Cox Is stationed at Camp Livingston I from their home town or In preparation or serving Raymond Richey ,
her sister, Mrs. James city to Tampa where they will of food. The offer Is open for p ,
MI-B. T. J; Grifln spent several spend three days in preliminary the New London school until a,
days this week In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. !of. F. Brown and examinations. If accepted they May 1st, and those who wish to And .
Emma Rivers "spent last with her son-in-law and daughter children Marcus Jr. and Florence will be sent on to New London, prepare themselves for the positions -I Evangelistic Party a ;
were in Tampa the first of the and if rejected they, will be furnished named, should lose no time
L the guest of her Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza \ I
week visiting biro Brown's mother return In making I
[johns and Mrs. Mallory transportation to application. TENT
Mrs. J J. Fitzgerald, and Mr. BIG RED.WHITE.AND.BLUE

Mrs. W. C. Helmlntollor, of Fitzgerald.H. Miss Marian Dowllng of Jack- Taxi Drivers Fined I North Avenue At Washington St.
Temple 4
(Kaufman, formerly of the Hawthorne, was here Sunday vl,,- sonville was the week-end guest

J photo Studio, left last "!ting at the home of Mrs Flo- .week H. Stroman after a returned visit 'n Tallahassee home of I Inf.her sister, Miss Helen Dowl- Four drivers for the Camp I JUST NOUTII 01"' CITY AU1\10HV ,
I, make his home in Sav- Emma Canova and Mrs.
rence with his brother and sis! Blandlng Taxicab I Co. were fined
Ga. R. G. Kidd. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pi-Ingle: and In ]Mayor's! Court Monday morn- Slate highway No, 13 asSTARIE

I Stroman, and Mr and Mrs. Ku- daughter, Mary; Mr. and Mrs. A ,Ing for violation of the city ordinance
Alva Johns Ensey has Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf and son,
F. Thornton and daughter: Ruby
into her house on the B. C., returned home Tuesday Jewel; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wll- relating: to taxis. The ( FLA.
I of South and Cherry sts., after upending a week In Jasper lard and little daughter, I'utrlcla Compimy may bl'lnpR8/ ('ngl"rR ,
John Arthur Torode, and hiM
from the Camp or anywhere and
Ill soon have extensive reade with Mrs. Holtzendorfs mother, I all of Auburndale, were
friend John White, who are attending among let them out In Stal'ke.but ,
the house, which Mrs. R. Koolbeck.The .
to ,
those who attended W. T. Johns'birthday MAY 8
Ins to rent.LADIES the University Georgia they do not have a licenseor b: }y M
dinner at
at Athens, spent the week-end Sunday given franchise to pick up passengers r5
"eighteen-months law" took the home of Mallory Thomas
& MENSALTERATIONS\ Miss Wilhelmina Rasco directorof with the former's mother, Mrs in Starke. The City Council Daily At to:30: ) A. 1\1. and 7:30: 1'. l\1 r
W. E. Torode Sr gave them the benefit of the
the local WPA Day Camp, Paul Knight nailed from Jacksonville doubt and permits them to pick (Except Saturday) ; '

away from Star e. Someone else Mrs. W. E. Middleton and I last Friday aboard the up pasxengera at the Orange / Y Ie
will take her place, and the work daughter, Miss Madge Middle- Clyde Line steamer Cherokee for Lines bun station, but warned Sunday I1t 2:30: P. l\I. And 7:30 1'. 1\1. N, o
[ASK FOR KAYtALEXANDERS will proceed as, heretofore Miss ton were visitors In Jacksonville New York City after spending them that they would be vio .

it t Rasco returned to her home in I'' Tuesday. They were accom- a short vacation here and at lating a city ordinance If they ;,

Jacksonville. panied home by Mrs. Mlddleton'a Jacksonville Beach. He was accompanied picked up passenger elsewhere In +
sister, Mrs. Mae Jones. to Jacksonville by his the City of Starke. SALVATION- AND HEALING r"
parents Col. and Mrs. D. E.

UPTURE can re cotteetad Photo E. J.Studio Dahmer returned, of the this Petite week Let Knight Knight., and little niece, Nancy Big Purple Turnip fir. I.K.103S: 111m.: lase ,' H

from Detroit and other Michigan
C. H. Johnson Is back at his Oversize turnips continue to '
cities, where he "spent two post with the Railway ExpressCo. make the news In Bradford Coun ,: s
weeks visiting,,relatives and trans after a. visit withl his wife ty. This week J.. W Jordan!, who EVERYBODY WELCOME! ,, I w
acting, important, business.:\ lives on Road. between Stark
and her parents; Mr an* Mrs. <3.'< 411{ '
Marjorie 'of' Mont- W. Sanders, at Daytona Beach: and Camp 13landing;,' brought A Special' InvitliIon t..to The Men aC Camp .
Miss Stump; I Mr. Johnson's vacation was an big purple turnip weighing almost ., ; I

Jcelio .spent the ..week-end herewith enforced one since hel was Injured 11 pounds, to the Teleraph'a Blanding" 1 ?..
and Mrs.F.
her parents Mr, a
office. This Is believed to
while lifting a heavy express .
Misses Catherine
F. Stump. package sometime ago.J. set a new record for purple turnips -
Johnson and Margaret Wilson of although Mrs. N.- T. Green BRING THE SICK Pk
let us examine you without'charge. Monticello were guests of Miss t recently brought In a white turnip .w_. I
C. Warren, taxi drlvert t forth ,
Relief and comfort assured Stump.: weighing 22 pounds..
.. Camp Rlamllnir' Cab Co....
--- r ik
with our sweat, proof friction truss. Mrs. Nellie Heath, who has was-stabbed In theneck) Saturday I ;
been for the past two or' three night by a negro, but. was not
months visiting in the home of seriously Injured. The accident f fa i iF'M
|Koch Drug Store her son-in-law and daughter Mr: I' occurred while. Mr. Warren was t 1.i

STARKE. IHUA. and Mrs. V. S. St: John, left off 'duty and neither the cause i.' :
Tuesday for" her home in New of the stabbing'' nor tie''name fJh 2\'a "t r'1
Canaan Conn. of, the assailant was' le'.*rned. SEE *

Dr. M. B. Herlong attendedthe Ben Su low returned Thursdayof : '
NAT SEZ: State Medical Association at last week from New York ., i' ?! i

the Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville City where be spent ten days on -
Quietest strawberry season I've the first of this week. He a buying trip for his five 'stores, ENGAGEMENT r << ,
appointed surgeon and visiting with his wife and ..
ever seen and I've seen quite"a" was '
soldiers than we for the Seaboard' h4l1ne Railway family. Mr. Suslow has two storesIn RING ANDSEVENDIAMOND, '
few Got more
Company at Waldo., Louisiana, one In' Georgia,
have berries, and since they cat a one in Arkansas and the one in ?" '

vegetables, too. I reckon you old Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Starke. He is planning to move '
farmers will have to buckle down son. Jimmy, were week-end guests his family to Starke as soon after WEDDING BANlS; '
the close of the schools as pos
and grow an extra mess of corn of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley
sible. He left Tuesday for Hlnesvllle '
and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Mr. TO MATCH e0
and taters. Ga.. to look after his store 1 .
Hoppe and son returned Tampa '
afternoon but Mrs. Hoppe there.
Sunday ::
-- remained for a week's visit. :
.. .,. After the Memorial Day exerciseR $29.75 >' : :"J .,, .
Mr. and Mrs J. F. HollIngB- Sunday afternoon Mrs. E. ', : I
worth had as guests over the L. Bigga. historian of the W. T. '.. .,1\.f: :.f

week-end M I' a. Holllngsworth's Weeks Chapter, United Daughters ,
'I mother, Mrs. H. C. Connor, of of the Confederacy Invited --.... "t'l
Lakeland; also her grandparents, the speaker of the day. Major ,
Mr. and Mrs W. D. Gorman of Hovla and members of the 117th i
I Cordel;' Ga., for several days Field Artillery Band to her home

this week. for a social half hour. Mrs. Biggs Todays Latest Styles
served sandwiches, cake and punch
{ K. O. Duncan returned Wed- and wag assisted In entertainingand

t I.J nesday from the American Legion serving by Mra. A. Z. Ad- LADIES .. ,
annual meeting In Key West klna. ,
while away he also visited Cuba.S. i$f

A. Weldon returned home Sun- The Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Efflln. f{
} day from Key West, where he a former pastor of the Starke i
also attended the American Legion Methodist Church and at present ..'.;.. '

I if m fttft ..... meeting. pastor of the Springfield 15 JEWELS s
Methodist Church In Jacksonville. :'

For a Smart Change of Pace Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hollowayhave was a visitor in Starke Monday. NEW PINK GOLD ONLY i
rented, through w. T. Clute Mr. Montgomery Is a reserve ., ?
225 Park Placeto officer In the army, and haa been
their residence at
a Solid Color WtmNetJ. NOR-EAST Mr. and Mrs. M. E. St. Peter. called to be Chaplain of the Army 24.75 1U

.. Mr. St. Peter Is employed by Hospital at Camp Blandlng. He .
Bland- was at the Camp Monday for his
at Camp
Any of the 36 solid'color the Government and If he
Ing and expects to be here for an physical examination
$1 '
shades in Wembley Indefinite period.B. passes, he will assume hla new .
4i. duties May 13. w

Nor-East Tics ,wily? ; Jacobs has returned from a
short visit In Pahokee with bl.lonInIaw Back on Job Soon Expert Watch Repairing
smarten up your spring and daughter Mr. and i j w'x i

outfit. Nor-Eajti really Wrinkle- Mr*. Wm. Dobrow. He states Patrolman W. E. Thornton was .
that the winter vegetable season hardly recognizable in civilian ---- 1
resist wrinkles. It's the Resisting In the huge Everglades section clothes Tuesday as he was doing J I i '

was a failure this ;year becauseof some repair .work on Rome of ,
secret weaving process, SOLID COLORS too many rains. the unruly parking''' meter

that does the FROMSTERNBERG'S Mr. Thornton recently spent Co.
trick 1 TOTe CHOOSE Mrs Hildabell Bence recently; seventeen days In the Riverside GEM JEWELRY

returned from a visit to Ocala, Hospital Jacksonville, where be
underwent major operation. He
and left this week for a vacation a
has been at home recuperating
Her son
In BoetOfJMaa
for two week H* was to returnto
and daughter-ln-lar, this Mr. week the hospital today for a gen- 109 Call Street-Stark*, Pla. STAHKE'S LEADING'' JEWELER d to
I I"f. Mrs. J. G. Alvarez.lett Ala.; where Mr. eral checking over before resuming a 1 i :
for Sylacauga
next week his regular work ,
Alavrez has accepted a position l> ;
with the city.
with Dupont. f V'

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I'r'/ MAY 21941 .

U MAT... .

m: FARMERS' SECTIONRURAL Air Mail Mother Natures Way I LIVE STATE NEWS one lost! of his his watch father'while tee

week while running
-- the
over the same "*
COMMON SENSE. '. Tampa.-Construction of two Jacksonville Federal Income the sunlight. PIcking BhlnI.I It

''V new hangars, extension of runways I tax collections In Florida amounted found it was the Watch d
and further developments to $12,033,107.16 all time It began ago Strange

The milk cow has been called With "plenty of them," the costing a total of $1,589,860, wiJl high. The previous high year was wound it, running and It lit sOOn _

the foster mother of mankind.No market byword far potatoes, and proceed immediately at the Tam- 1938, when Income tax collect- as good condition ta apPIIrtn\

r one doubts the fact that. the with word from the Federal :% pa Army Air Base, acording toa ions amounted to $9,010,304.28, ft, except It needs as Whagh'

family dairy cow occupies a very Bureau of Home Economics de- War, Department announcement more than $3,000,000 under this Ing. a IIlUe R
Important place on Florida farms. year's figure. Collections In 1939
claring the cooked vegetable an
s No other farm animal produces totaled $6,523,476.30.:
larger quantities of human food, economical and good, source of S BURN TO DEATH I! GUM BRANCH
vitamin C, It la high time for x By Mrs.
or does It more economically. The ; NEW WATER SYSTEM Edd Purl
homemakers to make the most Deland-Three soldiers( from the

the dairy most cow provides nearly perfect fresh milk food, of the potato in the meals every 1 Slst: Air Base group of the 52nd High Springs,-This city will Mr. and Mrs B. M. McIIat
Squadron at Orlando were killed have an Improved waterworks children of Pine Levi
day. ,
known. And yet there' are too wPI'f
Florida farms without milk Making' the most of them does and one Injured 12 miles from system, through a WPA project, per guests at the hone *I
many .. here last night'when their Harnage and
mean cooking potatoes tovaave as coupe which authorizes expenditure" of ranlly TI1
cows. I and a truck collided on the Daytona night.Mr.,
in ... $32,300 Federal funds, Is
much food value as possible- ,' spon-
: ,
Since national defense ....... Beach Highway. sored by the City of High and Mrs MarvIn
of the the Jackets, either I boiled! o r <14 Hu
the country'syoung .
on percentage I and children
baked. If the potatoes are pared, .. Spring and provides for con- of Plant
men who are rejected for t. '!':
STAn RANKS HIGH spending
struction of a new well, filter time
military service because of phys good cooking will mean the use .o .. Mrs. T. N. with l4r
of little water In the boiling and Jacksonville plant for treatment of water, Norman end t
,-Ranking tenth in
defects have emphasis
ical given It Isn't soldier who boast of air mall Mr. and Mrs.
to for better nutrition using the water left after the every can a private system the Nation, Florida was laying of new pipe and incidentaland Vane ply
programs between his home and Camp Blanding. When Max I. Williams of son, Vance Jr.,
appurtenant work
among all tho people, the home cooking In soup! or gravy. Such the 18 States in which the collar spent tile
Lakeland came to with the 124th he brought Sunday with Mrs.
camp Infantry along
dairy cow has come into added are the rules for conserving the volume of home mortgages Keene'
his carrier and send home' best ASKS AID FOR BLIND ents! Mr. and Mrs.
vitamins and minerals.So pigeons can a letter to his girl friend insured the Carl HI
prominence. We are realizingonce .bY' Federal Housing at Woodlawn. _
.. ,
far good, but makingthe In less than four hours. In the picture, Williams (right) is explain- Administration Tallahassee Helen n
again her tremendous importance so | during 1940 exceeded ,- Keller, the Mr and
and the desirability of most of any food concerns ing to a friend how a message written on rice paper is placed In a $10,000,000. M. M. Par- I deaf-blind genius, urgea, passageof son. Bobby Mrs., of j. c Sap(!

having family cows on all farms. its taste also. Mashed potatoes, small aluminum tube and attached to the pigeon's leg. I nab, FHA State director, reported legislation in Florida to set were visiting Sumplon ,
To get the most and beat milk, for instance, may well be smooth, The Florida 1040 totals! of up a State council for the blind hen

cream, butter, cheese and profit light and fluffy, with none of 5442 insured mortgages aggregating and furnish It, with money to day.MI'. and Mrs J,
from our cows, we must have the those unpleasant lumps. For no With Our Farmers $20,787,150 ranked the State help the sightless. "It cannot be daughters, Margaret S. Sapp

right kind of cows, give them lumps, cook the potatoes thor first in Zone II which is com- In the heart of Florida to toleratethe Selma, were Marie
proper feed and care, and handle, oughly first of all then mash posed of 10 Southern States. criminal waste of sight that Carlton Chastain Mr tot]

and use the milk, cream, butter I them thoroughly, and be sure the E. A. Green, who lives on a captured, France and could take Is now going on," she said./"Jus- cently. at Hanmta.

and cheese in the best manner. milk you, add Is hot. 21-acre farm at Hellbronn Springs care of only half of It. He Is EXPLOSIVE CITRUS tice demands that Florida should Mrs. Grover

To1 get the right kind of cows, For the best baked potatoes, thinks we will get Into the war, jU8t'after a booty, that's all. He's I 'I safeguard the birthright of its sonvllle Hatten of j,
we can either buy or raise them. have the oven hot, 400 to 425 degrees and "we'll beat the devil out of not taking care of the little nations Tampa-A Florida s c h o o 1 blind to social well-being." She with her spent part of last *
teacher and his parents, Mr
Raising them la usually the F., at the start, and bake them at last", he said Saturday. that he has taken. He's pupils have developed appeared before a joint session W. C. demons. and *
cheapest and usually the best them at that temperature until He says the farmers can help just filibustering all over Eu an explosive from orange of the House and Senate. Mr. and Mrs.
which the Walter
method, because good cows are they are thoroughly I done. by "making everything we can". rope-that's all he's doing. He peel teacher, Francis of Rising tn
"On the other hand," he said, hasn't tackled C. Seigler of Ocoee, described as MOVIE FILMED: AT OCALA were visiting Mr.
expensive and are not often of- Whether you grease the skin will Russia, Mr. Williams Mrs. T. N, Norman
fered for* sale. depend on your family's preference "we're not getting anything for continued; "he hasn't tack more powerful than ordinary gun- Sunday
powder A small of citrus Ocala,-A crew of Metro-Gold- noon..
But the family cow, be she the but remember if you do, what we ratine. We're not gettinga led Turkey; he hasn't tackled amount I! Mr. and Mrs. B.
peel powder, mixed with a common wyn-Maycr movie technicians M, ,
fair' for stuff but "
best or not quite so good deservesthe the skin may turn out to be soft price our ; the United, States. and children of
have Pine
household chemical blasteda arrived here to start filmingthe Level|
best of feed and -and greasy. It's our own fault", he said, "be In showing! what the farmers
care. Good visiting Mr. and Mrs.
garbage can high into the air, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings EdJrlsh.
don't gettogether"
pastures, not just scrub lands! Hashed brown potatoes suggestan cause we, organize and could do to help further the in- story "The Yearling" at Silver Mrs. W. F. Harnap,

that won't grow anything else, excellent use for those few terests of this country In the GETS BACK PAY Springs. The picture will be produced J. A. Harnage Sunday afien
should be given her. Additionalfeed that are left-over. But there is event, of war Mr. Williams said by Sidney Franklin and is Mr. and Mrs. Ollis Keene
as needed, Including grains a trick In getting that delicious Clarence Lowe, who lives with they should try to raise a crop Tallahassee,-Nathan Jones of expected to be the outstanding Children of Glen St Mary
and roughages, and minerals and crisp brown crust. After you K. A. Green, thinks that Hitler to feed the soldiers and horses Jacksonville, veteran sergeantatarms visiting Mr, ant!' Mis
i M-G-M production of the It
water must! be supplied to her If melt the fat, add a little hot ought to be shot! "Let's not watt and ourselves. "Quit raising so of the house will Keene Sunday.

she Is to supply the family witha water before you add the sea- for said him to come over here," he much grapes, peaches, and straw- 846 for staying on duty get during$3- IT STILL RUNS Edd Parrish, and Johnnn

generous quantity of wholesome soned potatoes. About onefourthcup there.Saturday. "Let's do It over berries, and raise more staple the 22 months since the 1939 Floyd Stuart were visiting
milk. of water will be enough for Let's not let him come crops-raise more corn, sweet potatoes legislature adjourned. The 1939 Willlston,-About 10 years ago tin Conner at Luke Butler
There Is no longer any question four cups of potato cubes. over here and tear up our cities ,, Irish potatoes, chickens, house authorized his Leonard Smith of this section day afternoon.
and kill
that I our women and children. "
good pastures can be grown If have pigs, etc. a continuous basis, at $8 a '--- .
in Florida. I we to do It let's do it --- ---- ----
Nutritious, palatable, New Welfare VisitorR. 'over there. If we go over there", day, to protect and preserve its
productive grasses are available. E. J. Lewis who HOTEL SOUTHERN
lives $250,000
he continued, ."a few of us will on an meeting hall and the
Suitable lands can be found In O. Hutchison, formerly of come back." 80-acre farm near Brooker, has 'a furnishings. After the legislature Hot and cold running water-Phone 3910'fF.urGQn'IMV. |

.. practically every area. Clovers, Gainesville, Is now stationed in "The farmers son In Fort Crockett, Galveston adjourned, Fred P. Cone, then \ Adams St. at Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville, Flo.Kates \ .
I Bradford County in the capacityof can help win the Texas. He went there from the
Camp governor, refused to
., sign Single 75o and 91.00
war, Mr. Lowe said, "by raise per day
visitor with the State Welfare Blanding about a month ago. "I checks for Jones. The house has
Q New Board. He succeeds! Mrs J. M. ing everything we can to eat wish we could stay out of war," : voted a lump payment of $3,846 Double $1.00' and $1.50 per lay

Modern Darby, who resigned several and to feed the ones who haveto M.. Lewis said Saturday after- : to the sergeant for back pay A FAMILY HOTEL I. E. CONE,, Prop.]
Sanitary weeks ago. The local welfare go. But while they are doing noon.

Expert offices courthouse are, having now upstairs been recently In the ought that" he to continued get enough, "I" think out of they it son"I Friday.had a 'long He letter said the from guns my it ,* * * *. *. *. :* /tt9fltiit4

Barbers to them.for
,_ moved from the Legion Home. pay it. .
iC "
they were practicing with would
soar Aa to the final outcome of the ,
For ::.Service'. too be conflict, Mr. Lowe said "Hitler shoot ten miles. The shells for
Qitffck Visit .Tb. can -grown;: for winter these
'J guns weigh 95 pounds and S/.aJlLL..
grazing, and the, cow can have will be whipped. I don't see," he 5lkiC
ilt takes "
men to load them
BARBER SHOP continued "how ,
fresh green grazing all year. a man of his
In addition calibre can win. I don't think Mr. Lewis said. iC, -'. ... f
......Ie.-._.. to supplying the .
family with milk, the cow addsto the German people will lose, but "My son wrote me to send .iC
Our Beauty Service the fertility of the soil and Hitler will." By way of explanation him his best clothes. He said fiC"

provides stable manure, one of the Mr. Lowe said, "the real all the,other boys dressed up and
Insures you off best garden fertilizers obtainable. German people don't want to went to church, and he wantedto f
always looking) I fight at all-they were forced go too. I sent them to him

your best TRAIN SCHEDULE into It. If he had already been Friday," he continued. *

SouthboundNo. killed" he concluded, "I believe The farmers should raise all iC
We have real] 1 due Starke 10:33: p. m. the War would have already been the farm produce they possibly *
skilled stylists] ito No. 107 due Starke 9:03 t&GI
: a. m. over. can, In case America enters the iC
do your] NorthboundNo. war, Mr. Lewis said. "If farming *

2 arrives Starke 6:13: a. m. Elliot Williams, of Starke, who should stop," he concluded, "it
workSTARKE No. 108 arrives Starke 6:21: p. m. farms 18 acres, said Saturday, would be worse than war." *
BEAUTY, Starke and Hell Branch "Hitler ought to be stopped. I'm iC
SIIOPPE No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. like Roosevelt about that-I think BETHEL *

Located Near East Door of No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50:: p. m. he ought to be stopped. He tack-
By Mrs. D. D. Woodard *
(Dally except
Courthouse Sunday's) les only the little nations that

North-bound Silver Meteor arrives he can run over, that have no Mr. and Mrs!.. D. D. Wood- iC *
Starke at 4:19: P. M. money and are unprepared. He ard and children, Mr. and Mrs.

Albert Gllsson and children, Mr. iC *

,and MR. J. M. Allen and son,
and Miss Gladys Lee attended iC *

funeral services In Lake City

for Mrs. Woodard' sister, Mrs. iC r r7I *

O. W. Harrell. She died of injuries iC ,i'GItlfY 'l //r 5l'! l u r 1, I ( t rla
received in an automobile *

accident seven months ago. r, ''Il"hlhp>h d

Mrs. Laura Finley Is very 111 *

this week. :, "IJ suC rr % JIriG r' J *

1 Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lee are

parents ,ofa I baby bov, born *
April 24.

w 1f

aeih By HIGHLAND Miss .Beth Wlmberly *

A. Starling, "Billy", as he
was known to his friends
passed *
.... .
away in a Jacksonville Hospital ? "" inn
Friday after a couple of weeks' *
Q_ Illness. He was 67 years old and
i .
had lived in the Clay Hill com- *

munity all his life. He )leavesto

tr mourn his loss, his wife, Char *
ity Tanner Starling, five daughters
Mrs. Effie Carter and Mrs. *

Cecil Whitehead of Lawtey Mrs. .
Dixon Thomas Mrs. C. W. Buff *

and Mrs. J. W. Stoughton all of
J A C K S O N V I L L E Jacksonville; four sisters, Mrs. *

and Emma MCEwen of Lakeland, Mrs.
Nancy Gnann of Starke, Mrs. C. -K All the People of Florida and Southern
TAL L A H. ASS E E M. Hudson\ of Jacksonville, and :
Now! Florida Motor Lines offers THROUGH and DIRECT service to Jacksonvllle Mrs.' Ida George of Starke; two

and Tallahassee without change. Conveniently-timed* departures enable you brothers Levy and John Star- ,K Georgia Are Invited to Attend! *
to leave In the morning, do ling of
your chopping or business In either city and return Highland and Lawtey.
In the evening. TWO departure going and returning The FIRST TIME: IN HIS Funeral services were held at K t
TORY such transportation facilities have been offered In this diy Long Branch Church Sunday afternoon One of the Southeast's greatest annual money-saving eventsi

LEAV13 EASTBOUND --______________________ 18:10 P. M. and 3:40 P. M. James L.at Strickland 3 o'clock with In Rev. c offering peak assortments of quality merchandise for yourself *

LKAVK WESTBOUND ______ _. ,_. .____ chargeof and
-- ___ 8:20 A. M. and 8:20 P. HI. services. Interment in Long c: your family your home-starts Monday morning at 9:00. *

JACKSONVILLE '.60 One Way TALLAHASSEE $:.25 One Way Branch Cemetery. The many

beautiful flowers' attested to the H c See Cohen Brothers Special 16-Page Blue Ribbon t
CONWAY'S SERVICE high esteem In which Mr. Star-
Corner Road 13 & Komi 48 Phone STATION ling was held throughout this sec .)K -"x Sale Edition in Sunday's Times-Union t
147 S tarke, Fla. tion. Pall bearers were C. B.

McRae Millard Strickland, Otis H K *
Austin. Carson Grlffls, M. J. Aus- 'ENTIRE STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN

/ tin and Oscar Bessent.SHEAFFER'S K *

-b Pts. $1. Qts. $..BRADFORD .


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Loading Pointers For Selectec -155 mm "Howitzer"A be Increase effective was Is voted a question.in 1939 Thlai but tl,

AROUND LAWTEYWith was vetoed by Governor Cone on

1'=i' .:: : -.c: -.tIJ" 't the ground that the state did 1 1.1W

Ruby Moore .. .. .1 have the money.
;..', ';. j Opponents to Increasing: the a

IAWTEY: BKBRV'smPMENTS Miea',JE. Massey is moving; to ,.' ,, n v amount appropriated fq4; ilolwols :
'f BBIDC ELECT Lake Butler during the coming : :' ,' > .1': N, I point out that since*ihV Achool!
of Wednesday, April 23, 5323 asked. the legislature
R. R. Thede week. She has been a residentof '% lobby first '
and Mrs. the engage.nd crates of brrles were shipped Lawtey since last November, for an emergency appropriation I r i '

announce marriage from Lawtey, Thursday 6190 coming here from Island Grove. of one and one-half million dol.lars e wda
Guilda Marie, crates, Friday 6054 crates Sat. She haa been in charge of the after the Florida boom burst
t daughter Baggett, eon urday, 6229 crate, these four Young Peoples Division of the more than a decade ago, the em'f'f tl

d1 Burton R. P. Baggett of days berries sold from 1200 to Lawtey Baptist Church ever since ergency has become more acute of I +
and .Irs. $2.50 a crate, with a $2.23 aver. locating here and has many 1.a with each succeeding session n .
on Monday 7467 crates, $2.00 and that school ,)
will be an event, age; friends who will miss her. e the legislature 4 .
wedding to $2.60 with a $2.33 average; appropriations hive been steadily ?a
Thede resl.In I Miss Mattie Harley of St. Augustine j
the to
In oe' amounted
30th Tuesday 3724 era tea, $2.00 to increasing until It
y Is having a pleasant vaca aeaalon.
Lawtey. [ 300. with a $2.65 average In $13,000,000 at the' 1930
Thede Is a native of Law price. tion trip In Key West and, Cuba. or 62 percent of the total coats 1 ,

graduate ot Bradford High Mr and Mra. William Zucarelloand It Is now proposed to mate tt k w N
and Is employed at pees- Mr. and Mrs C. Y.. Mayo of Miss Dorothy Zucarello of $15,000.000: and opponents are '' "iv I

the Army Y. M. C. A. Tampa were week-end guests of Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs. wondering If them will ever be an d,,t r I

nographer and hostess Mrs. Mayo's sister, Mrs W. H. David W Moore and daughters end to such demands. Governor ,

Is in service at ; Edwards. Caroline and Betty, spent Sunday Holland baa stated that he be- '

Baggett I Miss Jean Edwards is spending afternoon plcnlclng near Gold lieves local government units Y' + a It

ntandlng. some time with her slater, Miss Head Branch. should assume more of the school ; ", "%M uaCosta.
taken 1
nelh Thompson was Mary Edwards of Jacksonville\ .

Alachua County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Neal Elder and HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Miss .r i Committee hearings) of many,ot ; r b

inwllle Monday serious afternoon 111- son. and Mrs. Dewey Elder and Alice Gloves Mrs. J. T. Witt these bills and on proposed labor
several day. in Plant and little Miss Barbara Ann much of 1
children were visiting legislation will occupy
caused by an abscess become near City and Tampa over the week Plummer. Isn't this 1 the the legislature's time during this) 4 twr ,

,,11. His face had several end. grandest time of all the year and succeeding weeks, and developments 9
strollers and after advised Raymond Plummer, who for to celebrate? Barbara Ann of these bearings will d ,}

of com*, the doctor the past three years has been celebrates today while Alice be Interesting and worth, study t;, ,
,moval to the hospital. had her cake on April 27 and ge
employed at the Opa Locks ing by anxious taxpayers.,
\ Lee Ford andes Mrs. Witt claims May Dayas
Bonnie Naval Reserve Air Base ,Office> ,
t Blumberg of Jacksonville spent Saturday with his parentsMr. her natal date. SAMPSON CITY ;a i( to

guest Sunday at the GrlfflsR homer and Mrs M. B. Plummer A group of 114th Field Artillery selectees at Camp lUanding\ are seen here receiving' inslruc'',\ By Mrs.' S. R. Jones t ', e N

,. and Mrs. R. A. Tuesday Mr, J. H. Moore, Mr. and I RIGIDLY KNrOKCED lions In proper handling of a massive 155: mm howltrer. Looks us If they're taking thlll I bushiestot r4 a

Carradine'apent Mrs. C. Y. Mayo, Ada Edwaidsarid National Defense very seriously. Mrs S. E. Jones left Friday '
very .
,lOOn In Jacksonville on a Ann Moore were Sunday Tallahassee Employers; who for Hollywood where she will 1, e

C9g and pleasure trip. morning visitors In Baldwin at I fall to comply with provisions of I spend a couple of months: t$4

1 lun:1I; :: -F. PI'n1.1CAT10Nvil'1110 the Oliver Hotel, where Mr and the Florida Unemployment Com Review Of The Legislative Week Mrs L, A. Browning and Mrs, ,r,j{a NMe.1 1r i
'1'0 "PPE" Mrs. Paul McM. Moore reside 1 Gilbert Brown were visiting Mrs.
Willie Law either I through
ot Florlda to pensatlon .
,. elate w'llane residence Is Mr and Mrs. Gary Snow and the odd-cent breaks for Brown's mother Sunday after "
Thnma- negligence or disregard of theLaw's J. Baser tor which caused the Association taking kM
Miss Anne Snow, of By Clyde 1' I v
"wn: daughter, a higher documentary noon. A
notified that bill to ujireeto / old age pensions; M
hereby of Commissioners
Investigated County ,
and due Galnaville were the dinner guestsof requirements, are being SERVICE Smith was visiting {
tax on
.,mSlsInt for divorce FLORIDA NEWS I Two cents tax; a higher M.rs. Shl 1
the '
i this order has been .and Mrs. W F. Moore of the bottled here one
nit for Circuit Court of Brad- Mr. by deputies Staff writer gas tax: for the next 50 years will public utilities including friends and relatives y
lounfy. In a cause last Thursday.Mrs. State's job insurance division. counties around a half gas; a severance tax on the removal day last week h ? w
.,.In Joseph Benjamin, Thomas W. F. Moore and daughters I A compromise on the division give the of natural resource, including I Mrs. Freeman Hall '
said Mr. and
aid Willie Mae Thomas Director Fred B. Bradshaw with billion dollars credit the major
FfMidant( and you are. requiredsr Ann and Barbara, visited 'of gas taxes was reached of which will be paid to phosphate; a tax on insurance of Lake Geneva spent Sunday f.
In said cause on June relatives In Ocala Monday. last week. the Association of County Com part auto
Bradford County Tele l ; bond holders. The state road premiums; with Mrs Hall's relatives.
h 1911;'designated! as the shall news be missioners and this agreementapparently of the I departments will receive abouta license tags; giving to the general Sammy Wimberly of Lake But ., ";
which this removed one
r led in once a week for four Business Men And Uncle Sam most seroua threats to a harmonious billion dollars during the next revenue fund receipts of the lee Is spending a few day. with 1
weeks prior to. said cents Murphy law now Impounded; anda Brown. Y
cutlve I IlIO years from the four his el.terdra.. Gilbert ,
Man's Cash session ac
"n date. For Working amendment to
official Scramble amendment -
,aness my hand and I taxes has been' pledged to it in the proponed
at Stark., Florida thus the Division gas it will also receive permit the levying of an Income Of Eleven I
,iv of April, A, D. 1941!. Enterprising; merchants and the 1 cent and railway loadings by 22.5 a bi-annual headache to the legislature "Family
HI-MI, M I AI.) A. J. Thomas cent. Yet business lenders on the counties were Federal aid and some revenue tax. take ADLERIKA'when
since all
busily and
Government are per
Court, Bradfordny Federal !&
I Circuit The dapart- The estimated Increase of $ ,-
Floilda. engaged' in scrambling for the every hand saw present activity given their first out of this tax from other BOUICCR. needed.'* (W. N.-Iowu) When
-. flood of extra dollars now flowIng as only a sample of things to In 1929. This compromise, It Is ment slates. that It needs $116- 000,000( ( I III divided by the sub partly digested foods decay
I WHOM IT )MVV CONCRRNI will settle this trouble. 000,000 to modernize the Florida committee an follows: c,400.000 bringing on sour q p
pockets come. claimed forming gas
B: MilIfM THAT one 19SOl into the once-empty.
.I l A Ford S"donl Engine No., of U. S. workers.. The contest of merchants and some question for the next 60 highway system. for the deficiency in the generalage stomach or bloating try ADLK-''
"'1691.! Injuring1941 Tag value No. the government for the extra years which 'means that future In any event, the adoption of pensions, aid to dependent RIKA. Get it today. -AT YOUR
nt.*n, than with 11,000 an appraised, was seized In With income payments to individuals 'payroll dollars became more clear legislatures will not be faced the proposed constitutional amendment revenue fund; $5.324,000 for old DRUG STORE. ,'I'a

ford County Florida used In Marsh viola- this year expected by. cut as plans were unfolded for with the task of deciding how will create a "peace In our amounting to $2,300,000; anti. $1-
1941 of, Hcitlun fur 9. Chapter. 19301. eome observers to aggregate upwards government sale of its securities I' much money the counties should time", on this troublesome question 900.000 to replace school revenue + "

,, of Florida't 1939 of ,B.and W.that Scarinch ItI of 85000000000. a figure -from 10-cent saving stamps up be given 'for bonded Indebted ; and by the time the amendment children and the blind; an increase MAGIC DEATH r'

I he, Intention Director. of the State Dev $10,000,000,000 above last year to $10,000 bonds-directly to the ness and how much the state will terminate In 1992, few, of $150 per teacher unitlost Fleas aItal.
[e Department of Florida Tallafe and at least $3,000,000,000 greater public, beginning May ,,,1, I' road department should be allotted ''If any, of those now concerned I, If present Vi of 1 percent ic:'IIIL Roaches. Ants Mice, '
the -
Florida, to sell property "boom year" 1929, and ,
Ke described at public sale at than in the The securities sale patterned ; for ,road construction and will be here to decide the future groan receipts tax Is repealed. \
Courthouse, Su.rke1. Florida, at record-breaking sales of consum along the line of the World War maintenance. It also means that course. Considerable opposition to the Harmless to Humans & Pets ; ,

\fhe n A Slate M. on Beverage May 27,Department 1841. ers goods of all kinds are" held Liberty Loan and War Savings 1C this compromise is accepted The 10 new tax proposals submitted Increase of $150 per teacher units S3: at Leading Drug Stores) n iZ'NNNWIIWIaII1WIWIMNNNYI ;

|,Florida and reHerves all bide.the right tot [ "Just around the corner Stamp subscription will seek to this and future generations of by a Bub-committee of the developing but whether it will p

pel-noun any claiming any right ,or ': The government is counting urI gather Into the Treasury the 'savings" motorists will be under no uncertainty Tax Inquiry Council working under W1YItlIlY/NWWInIWYI1INY IIIIIIW'IIIIIII.'IIIIIIUIIIIIII.'III", ..' '. INq/NN" IYNIIWII YYIaNaW14W 1
rent In or to said property or $1,000,000,000 ;It gathered In to recommendations of the / '
thereof are hereby. re. I the part of workers' pay during the next 50 yearsas ... '
ta part to appear and to make such in. tii,1,1,0i.. -_. income tax---- collections- help finance defense costa. to how much gas tax they will Brooking Institution, &are already 50c --a--- SOc /

n mi the within date of thirty the first(90)publloa-days an amount for> larger than the Thus develops this "squirrel have to pay; It will be permanently arousing considerable( discussion

> of this notice as provided for $665,000,000 yielded by income cage" pattern; ((1)) The govern set at six cent per gallon and will be'' thoroughly MADAM LEONA I

Florida Action, M 1939, Chapter, to the 19301 State, Laws Beve levies in March last year. ment pays the arms producer I plus whatever additional tax the debated before they are enacted

Department of Florida, Tallawr Two months ago statisticians money for armaments; ((2)) The legislature may nee fit to levy into law. -
interest. Florida In and or to all said such property rights were talking about the possibility arms producer passes out 30 per 'for other purposes. Two of the proposals are formsof JUST ARRIVED a
ill ceaxe and terminate. of total retaU sales of $::10,- cent or so of the government I The compromise will continue a sales tax. The first would P 1

.ctnr E State' W. Scarbrough, 000,000,000 for 1941. contrasted money to his workers In wages; payments to counties on the bnsU. levy a two percent gross receipts Palmist and Advisor _

Id of Florida, Tallahasseeeb'I or- with about ,$45,500,000,000 last ((8)) The worker buys government of amounts received from three sales tax to be paid by consum Gives names, dates and facts regarding all affairs of life, tM
4-25 St 6-23, year. Now :they are estimatingthe securities-he gets a bond, and cents of the gas tax In 1938; era It Is estimated. that thla tax and business.. Will tell your Innermost thoughtsand t
love marriage
I be another raise 11'million of the 16 I I '
defense dollars of would
aggregate may the government gets advocates the adoption a constitutional desires Causes speedy marriage, reunites the separated, pp is
billion, or two, or three, above back to spend over again amendment In 1942 million dollars needed per year settle lawsuits and I ,
earlier fore road to place the state In adequate how to better your business, get a position '
the $50,000,000,000: for additional armaments.Department' giving four cents to the state .
second troubles, lucky day and lucky'Dumbers.
The estate
financial condition
cast. and general merchandise Instead tof the three ''
Industrial executives in many stores"for 1941 to date cents department it now receives and two proposed sale/ tax In a two cent For limited time only, $2.00 reading for 50c, with

lines began shaping production have experienced the best business cento to the counties Instead of levy ,on each package of clgarettcx. this ad. ''
schedules to fit "outflow unlimit ; In 11 years and many of the present three cents; and allows which would bring In Rooms for while and colored. Readings daily' and tI ; to

ed" of Federal funds for defense. the big chains, like F. W. Woolworth I the state to administer the about $2,885,000. This form of Sunday:; 9 till 9.
On top of the original $28.500-: ( and J, C. Penny In the entire county debt after the passage sales tax has been proposed and On IW>B- 1'1.*8, near Farmer e

000,000 defense program and the first two 1941 months took In I of the amendment.The defeated In former seHSlons.. EAST PALATKA Market. Look for Palmist Sign.

more recent $7,000,000,000 for aid more dollars than In any like proposed constitutional Other proposals includo a five ...5telNmmItmVIINIann9mnsswelnmmlllemncIWNINNN5e5.IaNANNn5NNI. ,, . I Iq e
I horse beta and .Almm5.ansIIwCN.NmWnimWInnaf4Nsg1nIVI. .. "'''' '''' '' ''' "J
to Great Britain, the Senate approved period In history. amendment was the deciding fac percent tax on

OWGtlt outlay of $3,950,000,000( February sales of passenger automobiles 'M w Y wa.w Mr ? e, rop
principally\ for naval and airbases at 345,651 cars were .. M ' .'V

and other related items 109,000 above the like month a

and the 'end of authorizations year ago Indicating the broad

was not In sight. expanse of increased consumer

200 Steel tons mill per production week is the at largestin 1,604- spending.Already merchants are length t i ii1
I ,
history, with,, operations close ening commitments (In wholesale it 4y >'I 7 I Iy hfer+Y S(4 "i ir I

FRCC. Send for NEW booklet, con- to the ceiling of theoretical ca markets for goods of many types
tuning dozens of,bright Ideas Romfordjakmg to Improve pacity. Electric power production Dry goods this past week were
your baking Address:
Powder, Box T, Rumford. R.I- was topping last year by 14.5 per in heavy demand.
said to have
1 ; 4q
placed orders for around 80 percent t i
FUNERAL DIRECTOR of their Fall blanket require ? ls + ;

M, Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me toO 5nflf ments. Full underwear purchasing *'4'-
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SKBVJCB II was running twice as heavy; '
have placed)
IODERATE PRICES as a year ago. Buyers ;
record contracts for Items x.
DeWITT C. JONES as children's togs, where three it Y

Starke florida ____ quarters of the deliveries were
specified for next Christmas sea

For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local son.Wholesalers report heavy demand \:

Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Located have for announced chlnaware price some mark makers -"i Ir
t .a
One Block South of S. A. L. Depot ups effective April 1. **<** 4 r'

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Relief Funds Stolen and the Seal of this Bradford Court.County In the, oerty issued under was In the the said name certificate of Uresn Circuit Circuit Court In and of for the .:lth"iT| >
t' Avoidance of Needless Detail Pro vides Simplicity City of '.Starke. r Jw
Florida this 1st day of May 194*. & Mitchell. ty.! Florida.- h.r.hladf<*r!
shall be the
Unless said certificate above and 0sLc '
I' CIIICLJLT COURT ) for 'llh1
S Either anti-Greek ( SEAIJ the and (
a accordingto
\ an pro- Thomas redeemed law. correct !!; .
therein will be ?
described Eminent oSV
w1wwfYr4r; Nazi or someone who wantedto Clerk of 'ith. Circuit Court Brad property bidder at the dN.1'
Florida. .old to the highest : '
4 ford County. ? ftjs ;;
I court house door on the first Mon. ST... a
,replenish his personal fortune Lloyd: BassAttorney for Plaintiff. day In the month of June, 191 F V-&u. Political I Hd$

stole a Greek War Relief fund 1323: Barnett Nat. BH. flldlr.' which is the 2nd day of June of "
: : Jacksonville, Florida. 5-g-4L5-23 1941 Edwards' Chairman V"(
: j
box: from the Guidon Grill over I Dated this 30th day of April and taln. p..1; & 8aVk..>V ,

I" I'I the week-end.\! "It had a considerable IV! THK' CIHCtlT COIKT nf THR' }(OFFICIAL BEAD A..1. Thomas comprising the .... .a. B....
I : ('PItt't"' Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford County
Commt."lon..re "II
amount of money In it, County, Florida. 6-2-4t-8.23 County
FI.OnlI' a
I HK.tl>tKI> ( 01 I'Y. the ""bdlB"
""i Miss Williamson cashier! I KAUFOKl> COHNTV, A POLJTI State of I"lorl"R
k.; ; Dorothy OF THKSTATR V. Lucina 1111. "
('AIIUHDJVISION:! Clark, ..i ,jJ::
said OK FIX>KIDA. AND W. I.V! THE CIHCriT rOI'RT OP 'FullHIOUTH tendant' "
' CIUCI'IT.HltAIIKOHU file In tI'e a
n. / 'F.I. JIIHCHI /
This ia the second such fundto ( c'SKSffSR'Vl&r M. ('OI''I'V.' 'IOHII\ WITNESS |hand
,., be taken within the past few ? IAAIASEiilKxAn.i: Rap-c -Kc' :, SUBDIVISION OF THE : Florida this 30lh day" At'.
: 0 OF hTATE OF FLORIDA. AND W. 1)' 1941. (1 r
l weeks. the first being stolen from c'r Ksv.Sioi? OF M, EDWARDS CHAIRMAN. T. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
"' C. CIIASTAIN, J. L. WYNN M. Rd Clerk, A. J >
BIIADFORH (:()1'wrY. A 'Bn'j; Clr"'t' ':00'1; 'h't
'Ic H'1k4I the Ritz Theater. VISION/ OF THE STATE OF O HARRELL AND P. [). RED. County, Florida '6-Z :

I 1* viiK C"lIu..r roniT OK THRKKiliril Andrew l.arson and Mary Doe Lar. BHADFORP (COUNTY A POLITICAL JllHI.\L CUm I ir C'j' ,
f. JlimHI, tJH'tII', son. his. wife. SUBDiVISIoN) OP THE ILl. ; ArID FOlt
) ....t.u..OItU. ('Ol P4l'Y. FI-OH-. Defendants. "STATE OF FLORIDA,, t 0 IJ N'I'VIV "hIli

'I..' soriB' I" IiIBT:: nOM.'I Petitioners, C""n.:.. ,
, w,1. COUNTY-; POLITI PltOKKUIMJ aIN .v.. OUDEKJoTin 0. ""1\1, 1I.,I.
U /W.FONm: >IVIMIN OF THE THE NAME OF ritE STATEVS Luctna M. Clark, '11'0 A..r..:.,1\:
STAT OK 'IlIIUA. AND W. Defendant.ftOTICM W. fluford
C. CMAHTAIN, J. U WYNN M. l'ItO.11J1\ .v..
HAIiKUI'l.., AND P. I>, RRI)- AND to Andrew larson and. Mary IN THE NAME OK THE STATEOF Nettle Lou Buford
OTSH, AH MK.MHKHS. COMPHISJVO t><>. Ljirxon. bill wife whose placeof FLORIDA. n..f..ndant.
THE KNTIKK ItOAHI OF resIdence U Uarden City;: Long TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TIll! STATE ()it' F/lttTlA'
COUNTY COMMISHION13RH OF ..Inland N. Y.: : To Nettle Lou H"'d',!
HRADFfmi COUNTY A POLITICAL. And to all .. having or AND to Luclna M. Clark whose residence. he'rU' unknown
BUIiniVISION OF TUB clulmlnaany. r r..r..on. interest. place of residence IK Starke Florida It I. orl.rd!:
BTATF OF' FMHULIA estate. iiinrtKiiK or other lien to are required to RDUPHP flu.
Petitioner or on that certain parcel of landIn And to all persons having or day of June A. I>. 1941 .n b.1
-vsVondu Bradford County, Florida which I claiming any right, title, IntereHt above entttlfd court 10 "''
/ In the keynote of Inmun a widow. In Included In Simplicity I He re,lulu nt*. It..".. No. 201 desIgnated na or on that certain parcel of land entitled ".1111". y"
thin small two-bedroom Jiouie.IA NOTICIi! ) MMIMONT 110\1 t lIM \ Ji-c-t 5521". an located, .. "pro'l In Bradford County Florida which i BltADFORl> COUNTY TEI.k
avoiding nordlen.* archiU-c-: <04'KKIHNti: : Mint platted by the State Road IK Included in of State Is hereby dculitnati-d! sic
t ural detail the builder.* of I IN THR NAMU OK TJIK HTATB I inarlinent. of the State of Florliln. Road No. 6d 'I'trn.rJ: as "Pro-1 paper In which this wrti-r Ih.,wi
what R l''LOIUI>A. I and shown by right of way Jcct 6521", as located nurveyedunil ubllNhed once a WULT
thin hoime have achieved U.R B 6. TC'FAI; .. ., AVIIOM IT MAY CON- map thereof on file I... the office. > platted by the State Road consecutive weeks f."l
many in the pant have Houxlit- CERN: I of the Clerk" of the Circuit Court Department of the State of 10'.1 I WITNKS8 my Itllltli, ,
a low-cowt cotae; of feauly. -.- AND to Vonriu Inman a widow !In ..,,,01 for Bradford, < County, Florida I and shown l hv rl"rht of wmnn of this. churl At "SIBHA and i''
Had TM. property i I..* \vhi M<. |>1 laro. of refttdencv la Ktarke, and In .ccordani' with the thereof on file In the office of this' flOth day of Anrll A. {.
dignity. ..- Florida; Petition filed 'In 1h. aliove I the Clerk of the! Circuit! Court In I j IOFII'ICIA1.HfoJAr.1 A. j. t
)located: in the Midwest where Ami to all iKTHonx having or I II CHUH" hy Hrndford County, and for Brnilfoid County, "Florida : ('I"'k of Ihe Circuit/ : T
4Yh it wan given a valuation of I I claiming' any right, title, interest itical subdivision of the .ntlll"1 and In accordance with the Petl- John. J. Henderson url
J3.800 and wat financed with I ntate, murtKiiKB "r other lien toor Florida, et al.. against tlon filed In the above entitled Plaintiffs/ Altnrn..
: of $3.200( tnnurfA on that certain parcel of land each of you, Heekiua: to "' ridiNG: bv: Bradford' County, a political \, .,
n morllfnjre/ _ ,In rirartfoid County, Florida, which for i ulillo road and highway pur HubdivlHlon of the State ofFlorida -
by the Federal Hoiming Ad. U Included III that part of State I poHea said purcel. of land situate, et al.! agalnvt you and
ministration. Monthly pay- r- Road No. 261 deMlg-nuted. all 1'ro- !lyIng: and hetntf In Bradford/ ('( un- earn of you, seeking to condemn IN: 'I'lfl' ('ittt 1'1' i'o' ill F.;
: '' mortir K* Jt-ct '&&21", a. located nurveyvri ty. Florida, and more particularly. for public road and. highway purpoHex -. ."'II'J \1. ('11111'1' ,OP
,ft.y : t and platted. by the State Itoad dexc'rlhed UK followx; said p.tc..1Jf land, situate, :! .N': .t.'II')) "'\)11 111111,
L of thin amount total lew" than Keyartment of the State or Florida, I That portion of the followIng neKi'i'iucd lying and being. 'In Bradford {'olin.Iy ( '
> $10 exclusive. of local taxeit and shown hy right of way map parcel of lurid. to-wltt : "'/Florida and more particularly IV 1 (''' '.'( I-IIY:
and lia/ard insurance. The thereof on file In I the office of the Cnntmenclnir on the Kuft: bound- dencrlUBd as follows: I Onn1o:1L: .'''' .... ... .. ':
4 Clerk of the Circuit COIIM In anil, cry of Hl-i'/i:' of "'I lI'I. of "Section A parcel of land described as '1'0 APi'l.tlt
V price; will. vary in other localitics. -/ for Urad ford County Florida and 20( Township 6 South Range 22 I Beginning on the Weed boundaryof I Paul S. CralA'Plaintiff
In accordance with the Petition Kiixt at a point 1)4) 2S! feet Northof E'Xj: of SE'4! of tEof Ht-ctlon
filed In the above entitled cause the SIO l corner theriof; them'e 27, Township 6 South Range 22 CrSf N 1211=l
I -.- .- hy Bradford County, a, political North 89 di-trreen 60' Went, liO79 : $.-- East, at a point 670.05 feet Northof Bes.
nutidlvlalon' of the State of 1"lorld.J tout to "Station IH+50 of the the SW corner thereof; thence Defendant.
et al.. against you and each of centerline\ of State Road 261. Project Houth 89 degrees 60' Mast 451.58 THE: STATE OF FrORlDV
I IL.R. you ,eklnNr to condemn for public 5521 ; thence North 0 degrees feet; thence North 0 degrees 10' To Ftc." CraIg| Whose add
road and highway purponea. said 10' Knat 405 feet for POINT OF Kant 600 feet; thence North 89 degrees 6238 Haes Avenue. 1.01., A
B.R. pCrot t of land, situate. tying and KKCINNINO; theme continue I 50' West 300 feet. ; thence "allfornla.
.kr iielnir in Bradford County, Florida, North 0 degrees 10' Kant: 700 feet; North 0 degrees 10' Mast 100 feet ; It Is hereby nrdprvd. : thai >J
: and more tlculurly described an thence South XII) dvicreeM, 60' Kant thence North 89 degrees. 60' 'West required to appear .,n its !,,1
f : follows:Ia 400 feet: thence North 0 degrrea 156.24 feet to the Went boundaryof of June A. I D. mi I h.r", ,,
ir ( ) A parcel of land ilcxcrlhcda 1(1' Kant 100 feet; thence S. H'l deKreeH said K''j of SEV4! of HKVi: ; above entitled cnuit to ih
.. \ I j.1 Commencing, on the Kant. 50' Kant 400 feet; thenceN. thence South along saId. Went of complaint filed allnln.1 i
boundary of IS 10'4: of SWtof 0 degreex 10' Hunt 5J.OOI' feet boundary 700.35 feet to a point' the above entitled cans; J',
HPC. 20, Township II South, It. thence :S. 89 degree 44 of beginning; said parcel of land Bradford County Telmrsnl I it
22 Kant at a point 61.4 feet feet; thence S. 0 drrltr 10 WJO being' a part of said Bit\!, of SE'!4 by designated as I the ...wp, ,
North or the Ml? corner thereof, feet; thence N. 60* of S13I/4 and containing 6.67 acres, which this order Hlmll be PUI
thence North NI!) degree 50* Went 145 fret! thence South 0 more or lens. ones a week for 4 ton
FLOOR'PLAN'!' .. Went 1014.12 feet tu Station118rfro degrees: 10' Went 70 fret; thence You and each of you, are here- veekn.WiTNESS.
of the centerline of H.Itoud Noith 89 degrees 60' West 100 by commanded to be and appear my hand and I ilv;
: ,201 I Project 55211 1 t thence feet: thence South 0 degree 10 In the Circuit Court, In ant for of this court at Slarke, I I'
Hi.utlv, 0 cleKTHfrt 10' West. 400( Went 100 feet ; thence North 89 Bradford County Florida at the this 30th day of April' A. I
foet for I'DINT OF' UKIIINntnai d<*nre"H 60' Went 200 feet: thence office of the deck of said Court (OFFICIAI. SEAL) A. J. \
Will Restaurant thence continue South 0 Mouth 0 degrees 10' Went 300 feet; In the City of Starke, Bradford Clerk of the Circuit' lour
Addition Y. M. C. A. CenterIs Open
Y. M. C. A. degree 10'Vest. 600 feet: thence North 89 degrees 60' West County, Florida on or before the T, Frank I.amlrum,
I thencs South 89 degrees 60' 100 feet; thence South 0 degrees 2nd day of June, A. D. 1941, to Plaintiffs attorn ronnnn .
h Well Under Way Now OpenIn E. H. Smith has leased throughW. Hunt 350 fretj; I thence North 10' Went 2UO feet : thence North show. what right. title, Interest 'or (-2-5;
D degreeH 10' Bant 600'( feet; 811 degrees 60'"Mt 100 feet; lien you or any of you, have inand -
T. Clute realtor, his residence Ih..nc..Norlh 89 degrees 60' Went I thence Houth 0 degrees 10' West to any of said above described. OF PI'iu.irtTiij
Work la well under way on the addition to the many other 160 feet to the point of healnnlnir. 200 feet; thence North 89 degrees Parcels of land and to show cause IMOTICK; "'0 *".'taR
new unit being added to the north Improvements which the ArmyY. on West Call street to Miss said| parcel of land, l helncr 1>11' West 1 500 feet to point of beginning why the same should not be taken The State of Florida to
II. part of NKU\ of of which lien within Nlj( for the uses and set
NW1/4 forth Walters
purposes I whose .
aide ''of the Army Y. M. C. A. M. C. A. has recently Inaugurated Merrls Martin who will Immediately Hectlonfl5 Township 6 outh, of 8fof SICVi! of Section 26 In said Petition towill for a sec I known : You are resldenc hereby I

r (Woman's Club building). Part of the new canteen. soda a high-class restaurant Kana 22 Kant. and containing' Townnhtp' 6 South Ranya P1 tion or portion of State Road No. I that bill of complaint fur i n
open 4.01 acre.., more less AI..80b Kant 261, designated as Project 6621
or ; as I and due affidavit for Ihlii
A the additional apace will be used fountain and sandwich serviceare In the location. ( ) A. parcel of land deBcrllteda You and ach of you are hereby located, surveyed and shown on I has been filed In the Circuit

for business officers and the remainder now open for business Robert Commencing on the East commanded to be and appear In said map or plat herelnabove re. I of Bradford County FlonJ
of the It.la understood that the management boundary of 8'i of WKVi of the Circuit' Court In and for Brad, ferred to, or default may be en I a cause wherein'Seha 8t phfters
increases the size Wear? Secretary, stated Tuesday. HKH. of I Section 2A. Townwlilp ford County, Florida, at .h6 office I, tered against you. Is plaintiff and Alicia
ladles parlor.. 1 Jimmie Hart formerly with of this restaurant will 0 SoUth, RAnge 22 Eaxt. at a of the Clerk of Hald Court in the WITNESS my hand as Clerk of I Is defendant and you art b
point A4.JS: feet North of the SF City of Stark, Bradford County, the Circuit Court In and for Brad I
required to
The Y. Has already become a'' Koch's Drug Store, has chargeof be In the ''hands of Mra. Nellie cornel) i< thereof; thence North Florida. on or before the 2nd day ford County Florida, and the seal 1 on June 2nd.appear 1941. lirsdforit In laid |I

popular pot with soldier In the soda fountain. while Miss. Lorrlman of Daytona 89 de.reea 60' Went 1SOH.79 feet of Jun., A. p. 1941 to show what of said Court this the SOth day I I ty Telegraph i Is recently '
of diversion. t to. ntajtlon 141+60 of the 1'.nterJ l-lglit, title, interest or lien you of'AIrll. A.; D. 19f1..at Starke, In newspaper In which this |
town for an'evening Margaret Ersklne is In chargeof Bamboo Room restaurant In the tine of State Road 261. Project or any of you have In and to any Bradford County, Florida. I I shall be publlKhed, onr il
Charles Tldall. one of the secretaries the canteen. I 6521: thence North 0 degrees of said. above described parcels of OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. 'Thomas. for four consecutive w.eh|
10' Kant 405 feet for POINT OF land and to show entree why the Clerk of the Circuit Court I
and Palm Room restaurant in the I In and to said return date. Wilt
of the Navy
Army Recent made I
improvements on nKOlNNI.Nll: thence continue name ahould not be taken for theUHeH for Bradford County, Florida. I hand and official I Heal. at f
Dept. of the Y. M C. A., visited the Y. M,,C. A. cost approximate. Daytona Terrace Hotel. North 0 degrees 1O' Mast. 2:10: and purpotiea set. forth In Maid 'P. Frank LandrumAttorn..y I Florida this the 28th day of
to consult with feet more or less, to the North Petition, to-wlt' : for a section. or for Petitioners A. I>. 1941.OFFICIAL. '
Starke recently ly $3.000. The new wing which Is boundary of said S'" of llJo; '. portion of State Road No. 261, STATE OF FLORIDA 1 ( SEAL) A J. ..
R. B. Ware about the work here. being added at the front of the Tennis Courts OfferedThe of SlOVil\ thence Masterly: alonnnalfl designated nn Project 6521 aa lo COUNTY OF BRADFORD I I Clerk Circuit Court Bradford]
I North 600 feet cated surveyed and shown on Bald I, A. J. Thomas Clerk '
much with boundary ; of the ty, Florida.CLASSIFIED .
Mr. Tldall was pleased building on the North side Is thence Mouth 0 degrees. 10' Went. map or plat hprelnabove referredto I

' the building leased to the Y. M. nearing completion, and will add City. of Starke has offeredthe 30 r..I. more or less: thence or default may be entered

C. A. by the Woman' Club and greatly to the comfort and convenience use of two tennis courts to feet North; thence 89 degrees Mouth 60 0 degrees Went. 100 10 against you.W1TNKH3. my hand na Clerk of

with the changes being made to of the soldiers. Went :2uO feet : thence North 89 the Circuit Court t In and for Brad ADS j
the soldiers of Camp Blunding. (leg-reei 50' Went. 500 feet to ford County. Florida and the Heal
facilitate the social and' recreational in addition to the above, new point. of beginning said. parcel of aId Court, thin. the 30th day. of
activities for the men at furnishings which have been That la good news according to of Innd being' s. part of HU of April, A. 1). 1941, at Stark, in WHY NOT make Mother or Wife FOR SALE-Oak desk and I
pur. HKV\ of KKVt of said. section 26 Brmlford County, Florida.
Camp {Handing. : cashed at an expenditure of $3,000are the man who come to the Army and containing: 2.71 acres, mora I OFFICIAL' .SKAI./: ) A..1'. Thomas happy by giving them a new protector. Call Mra. KlncJ

The 'large wash room for men beginning to arrive for the Y. M. C. A. The "Y" has the .or IBMH.TOU 1'I..rk for of the Circuit Court In and model Singer Sewing Machine No. 97 for particulars.I
nnn each or yon, are herebycnmrnandcil 1 I County, Florida. for
has been completed with adequate social room. reading room, etc., necessary equipment except ten. to he and ai|>ear In T. Frank ant1rum Mother's Day?-See or
toilets, urinals lavatories' and a and the formal opening will soon the Circuit Court In and for Hrnd- Attorney for Petitioners. write L. G. Hemingway manager WANT A TRUCK that It [go
nis rackets and It la hoped that ford County, Florida at the officeof Jacksonville loaded and <
shower bath ; the floors have beensunded be held. t the Clerk of Bald Court In the HTATR OF FIOIUr Starke Fla. 8-2-2tp.

and waxed; the interiorbf some of the e will be loaned or City of Mtarke, llradford County, COUNTY OF BRADFORD back empty to bring aback ]
The first Y. M. C. A.-sponsored Florida\ on or before the 2nd, day I, A. J. Thomas, Clerk of the to Starke. See me al
the building hall been redec. dance for the season will be held contributed. Badminton and deck of June A, I>. 1941. to Know what Circuit Court of the Eighth' Judicial FOR SALE-Coolerator ice refrigerator -
orated one of the dressing rooms right tltlv Interent. or lien you. Circuit In and for Bradford In first-class condition building. corner Walnut
: In the Starke tennis courts will be
Armory Saturday soon readyfor or any of you. have In and to any County, Florida, do hereby certify leon opposite Park Tbwf
. J by the; stage has been equipped night. of said. above described parcelsof that the above! and foregoing Is $40. T. W. Markey,
for a check and coat room; the use, also. land and to show cause why a true anti correct copy of the Brooker Fla. 4-25: 2tp Jos. F. Raebeck. StarkeJ
the Kama should not be taken for Notice In EmInent Domain Proce -
electric wiring has been replacedor the UHeM and purposes net forth In (llng" iHHtiml on the 30th day 3-ROOM. FURNISHED H
added to so! that floor lamps Road Work Ended Fined For Rolita aald Petition to-wlt: for a section of API;II A. 1). 1941. In the case of FOR QUICK CASH SALE-100 of S
or portion of State Road No. 261. Bradford County, a political .ub_ light used cars needing small for rent 2 mi. east |
may b, liNed at any part of the D: W. McClellan denla-nated a. Project 51>81, as located division of the State of Florida, $25.-Albert Kruse !l.a
building; an electric water heater treasurer Is Joe Quattlebaum C. L. Stubbs surveyed and shown on saul. and 'V. M. Edwards, holding down the I'. Chantaln.' J. J.. Wynn.1O. Hotel.STRAWBERRY.
oflce of the map or pint hcrenabov| referred Jacksonville Fla. :
baa been installed and hot water Wolfe-McLeod and 3. R. Arflin plead guilty In to or default may be entered Harrell and P. I>. Reddish aa mem 21p
plumbing connected to the washrooms Construction Co. aaralnxt) you.WITNKHS tiers vomprlMlnK. the entire Board PIC
In Starke for the present. Their Circuit Court Monday\ to the my hand All Clerk of of County ComirilHHionera' of Brad FOR
and kitchen sink; two work of of bolita the Circuit court In and for lirad- ford here road charge possession
small store roo mil have been present -- construc. fold CouiMy, Florida, and the Heal Ion of the State of Florida, Petitioners -complete. Any reasonable 25c crate 1
tlon at Camp Bll\ndlnJr---ls at tickets last December 18 and of Raid' Court, thin the AAth day va. Andrew LjirHon ..nd. picking. per
added; 'and the entire building Is least were each fined $100 and court of : A. 1) 1941 at Stark., In Mary Doe IRr..on. his wife, DefendantH -. offer not refused.-E. R. Bowers Leon Dlcandio. Starks, I
now screened. temporarily completed. and Urailforcl. County Florida, a.. the name appears on R. 2, Box 297, Starke f-
thorn who have been working In costs. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas flic In thin office. Fla.
While waiting for the new fur. the offices here have left Clerk of the Circuit Court In and WITNESS/ my hand and official 522tp.
Starke. for Bradford County.1o'lorlda.. seal I at Starke. Bradford County, WANTED TO BUY oU
niture 'and equipment to arrive W. N, Smith T. \Frank Landrum Florida this JlMh of FOR SALE
secretary left Deeds Filed day April, A.OFFICIAL -Forty-seven acres on six-cents pound.. (Only
the ladles Attorney for Petitioner n, 194. -
of the Woman Club '
sometime ago for Ft. Bragg. N. ( tEAL) A. J. Thomas. State Farm Road just outside cotton rags wanted, DOn

have borrowed additional tablell.cha.rl ., C.. where he Is a first lieutenantIn William Thomas to J. W. Andrews 8TATR OF FLOTlirtA aa Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford the city limits of Starke. Mra. Bradford
\ and other furniture for the 77th COUNTY OF HKADKOnn County I"loritla. 5.2-6t 5-30 0 panti.
the Artillery. Wilbur Jr., April 23: ; H. A. Law. I, A. J. Thomas Clerk of the C. V. Simpson 38 2 West Telegraph.
of the large numbersof Wood Is now with the com son and 'Ada E. Lawson hla wife. Circuit Court of the Kluhth: Judicial Masonic S t r eet, Gainesville

service men who are coming pany In Jacksonville. Mrs. Mar Circuit In and for llradford IV TIIK ('IIUTI'r C01"RT:1C.hIfTIf: Fla. FURNISHED COT TAG
to K.. Lawson and Mary Lawson Florida, do hereby certify 4ll4'FOR
Into rho.u.'un JllllCltl.
the building dally. garet Amann has returned to his wife. April 26. ,. above and foregoing; la 1)1. IV AVIt c.'U"O''T FOR. I1HAUFOKII OK-KI.OIII- Lake Santa Fe. 5 mileS
a true and
correct copy of the llghhning '
her home in Orlando. :: Waldo. Electric
Notice Eminent tOlVTVIV SALE 5
Domain Proceed- acres, 5-room
Clar-Jean ( II4CERToltijuit : M
Closes __ Mr. McClellan moved his wife In.! issued on the 30th day of nf flKHVIChl KOTICFTTO house Starke Fla. Pecan trees water. Inquire
April A. 1>.
1941 In the
KULKD: INDEX C.\RDs-ad ease ot GalnesvllH.
and family to St. Augustine Mon. : Bradford APPKAIt and other fruit. Jewelry Co.,
) County, a political I nubdlvlnlon Rufus F. Write Mrs. H.
The Clar-Jean Shoppe closed Ills $1 per BRADFORD COUNTY of tha State of Florida Bllllnca,
( day. mother, Mrs. S. W. Mc Plaintiff. D. Morris Box 534. Phone
out Its business TKLKGUAril.: and W. M EdwardH, Chairman T.
t Wednesday Clellan and Mrs. McClellan's ('. Chaatafn.( J. I* Wynn: M. O.: Lucy H-VH inillng-i.<< No. 1217 9 9-M. Hendersonvllle, N. C. BUSINESS
left the road clear for the Harrell READY FOR
open. mother Mrs. R. K. Bartlett. who anti P. n. ReddIsh, aa mem Defendant.

ing of I the Itogera Jewelry Co., have been visiting in their home 8TAPLINO l\L\CIIINEs-$1.50 of ber County comprising CommldHlonera. the entire of Board THE STATE OF FLORIDA 4-11 3tp I censed contractor.concrete AIIIII
under the BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAPH. : To: Lucy If. Billing, whose resi Co
Louis equipment.
leadership ford
for the past two weeks left Wednesday County, a political ..ubdlvl... dence Is unknown.It ROOM FOR RENT-With con
Ion of the foWl
State of
Florida PetlllonerH
Mr. McClellan drove his Ve. Vonda Inrnan. a widow. la hereby ordered that you necting bath. Call at 615 McMahon side-walks, CODI1

Mrs. Jeanette Klncald proprtetrens. mother to her home In Martlnsvllle. \ file Defendant In this a.oftl th*,,"name. ..p..e.... on are day required of June, to A. appear 1>. 1941 on before the 2nd the St.. Starke it work, dirt hauling

stated that she would con. III.. and Mrs. Bartlett to ONION SKIN P.-\PER-73c WITNESS my hand and official of above entitled court to the bill -A.. A. Annis.
tinue her flower business. She her home In per seal at Htarke. Bradford complaint filed against you In FOR RENT
Rlpley Miss. BRADFORD COUNTY Florida, this 30th County. the above entitled cause: and THE -On KIngsley Lake- SIMMONS for
will operate from the home of TELEGRAPH.1NOTICM A. 1*. aU .day of April BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH two connecting double rooms SEE LACY draws l

. Mra. O. I* Beaaley at 409 North To Give (OFFiCiAL flEA I.) A. J. Thomas la hereby In designated an the NewsPaper Private entrance Private Porto Rico potato
Ait-ay Car which order shall bepublished pier
Aa Circuit Court, Bradford tl.w .. red akin like a f
Walnut uft'.r\.I stock
and Carpenter's once ek for for
Drug 5-1 6t630iv fourconnective swimming. Modern conven. tIC

Store will also take orders for This wilt be good news to all OP 'T''l'11T'O'IJ TO WITNESS: weeks.my hand and the 'peal iencee.-t-Urs. J. S. Love Cady'a killer and yellow on 25

flower, Mrs. Klncald said Wed. who went to the American Legion APHI.V.. TO I.IGil.ti: fll'Os TUB ciitrrrr cornr FOR. of this court at Starke. Florida Landing: KIngsley Lake. like a pumpkin.
nesday. ..OR... TO P'.C" LOCAL I THK KK1MTH Jllllfltl. ('IHC thin aoth day of April A. P. 1941. bedded.
dance April 4, and all who OH MI'KCIIL LAW \ IP OP. FI.OHID' I'M ANn- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.1. Thomas 4-25i3t&:! (
- "Everybody has been so sweet will go May 9. The Legion Is Notle. In hereby srlvrn to all FOR' tmtDPOHU CoUNTY, IV Clerk of the Circuit Court. tor i catC
whom It mar, concern that th. und CllVCKHY: John .1. HendersonPiaIntiIta Dally cash market
to me since I have been in business actually going to ..rst -nd Intends FURNISHED :S eyer'1
give away absolutely to apply for Harold1li'harii Wick Attorney and 4-room apartmentg hogs. Auction Sale
: in Starke" Mrs. Kincaid the 1..I.I.tur. of Florida to pass llaintiff 5-j-4t-S-J3
free their new IOU desirable 2:30: P-
sup at th large cool at :
regular session held In 1941 V.. day beginning
said "and I do
rea'jy appreciate er-deluxe four-door Ford sedan a niwclal or loral law concerning Olive Wick, rooms electric lights and bath Columbia Stockyard WPla.
% it. And I hope ro give the same next Friday Hnidford County, which law inultCic. Defendant.Ulvorce. NOTICE OK 1 1.2
night miles

May 9, at the I.: APPLICATION Poll out from town on Phone 481. See rj

i the satisfactory" servtte as I have In Starke Armory.The ing An Act ratifyingand confirm ORItRH TO .,PPK\H (..raial TAX. Ulll ItKKIl:w.. tiLl) East Call St.-Clark's Brook. I D. Odom. Jr.. p, O. SOl
past. I Legion may lose Chapter 1734 Act of 1937 TUB STAT OP. FIXJIllDAr NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN aide Farm.
"Misa : money I.KWS of Florida, relatingto ul!_ To: Ollv. Wick. 8811 Klb. That tf Starke. Fla.
Murphy. "Sandra" and"Suzanne" they still lack quite s.rlcs of County Commissioners:: of .. rt ln, T. J. Alderman holder of i
a good deal Wood haven. N... York. Tax Certificate No. 170, laeued the
(Oar-Jean man I. of having enough to pay for Bradford for County Florida; and providing It Is hereby ordered that you 2nd clay of August A. 1). 19.17.

kens) have gone' to live at Leila's the car-but to member e"p.n..e.of nald Board to be paid are required to appear on the Jnd has filed same In my office and W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR
Dress they are' going to not toexceed 'day of June, lIHI; before the ha. made application for a tax

Shop, Mrs. Klncald said. give It away Friday night at In connection twenty with dollars the per supervisionof month' of shove Complaint entitled filed Court. to the Bill. deed to b. issued thereon. Said F. II. A. LOANSWe
against In certificate
the Legion Dance regardless! So th. road work In the dletrlct of the above cause and !'The you Brad I described property embraces In the the following County want the listing property
Building PermitsJ. says Steve Weldon poet comman Hoard of County Coni- ford. County Tele.raphn I. hereby of Bradford Stat. of Florida to- on your
4 der. mlnalontra of designated aq the newspaper In. wit: We have some wonderful properties for sale
Bradford which this order. shall be published JNKii of NK.1". ,* EH of NWV4\ of
J. Jones frame residence Don't miss the dance.-.Friday. B,County. Florida.' tive once a week for four (t) consecu ,I NEH Section 1* Township 6 See us about your Real Estate Need3

April 28, $250. May 9 at the W. M. Edward. weeks J I South. Ranee It East containing '
Starke Chairman. 119
Armory. WITNKSti E. :
the Honorable A. Z. (0 acres, 10...... or I..... CALL STREET pJIO.
8-3-St-&-SO Ad It'Ins a. Judge of this. Court. I The assessment of the said pro ,,

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