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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 16, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Spectacular Freight Train Wreck Early Sunday Morning


Catholics Plan $75,000 CenterJv: r lllMAY !j



Bishop Hurley Gets Deed :to Eight ..' :\i, ; : ,, ,

Work, Started Conway BeginsConstruction Lots on Temple AvenuePlans -= ,:,', "i :q lij:1 '


Being Drawn ":' ; m ,: ''I t 1, ,
On New TheaterFor '
k i; a. ,, r Expenditure of $75,000 for a recreation' and religious ', ,:;' ', ,

4)t4 ) ''n ,', center in Starke! is planned by the Catholic Church accord: ',':", I fling '1 1'row

ManassasWork Of Bus StationThe to unofficial reports here this week. ,' ,j ,
t4, Around three acres of land, lying just south of the r';',j\:\ .

school, house grounds on Temple 'Ave.,' were deeded this 'i !
was started this week for ; realisation of Starke's week to the Most Reverend Joseph P. Hurley-; Bishop of '1'0\\ "( 1

the erection ot the new ,Florida dream for a new and adequatebus St. Augustine, by James I'atrayThe consideration; for_tho ::t.111'r},+, ,I .r '

Theater, by the ,removal I of old station Is at hand. R. 11. property, was $5,000, paid ,In, j>I" l t 5'a,

Staike landmarks Decently occupied C riff Is, of Jacksonville superintendent Opening Soon cash. *i l :

,, by the ,Western Auto andA of the Florida' Motor According, to F. C HoJIfngsworth )- I :.I.l. 1 ''rnra.alc
Lines Corporation has submitted '
k P stores at the busy cornerof local realtor fj"I I
approved plans to Lacy Conway, through whom the dale ,was "
Cull and Walnut Streets.
Stnike's veteran bus elation operator | made, it Is ,the purpose" of authorities lh! ,ijt j
9nr The plain! :for: the new theater and Mr. Conway has alreAdy :
of the Catholic I j:,
were drawn by O. C. R. Stage awarded the contract to
y ,fa r! t w iM e I
itA Church to ,erect at 'a :
burg architect of Gainesville and Ben Hall work will begin immediately veryearly "
for : *' A WfllMn
dato
I 'v l i Stat-ke' and features the newest and Mr. Conway hopesto buildings recrer r t t .
'
.y h I4l design! and Ideas in modern be In the new station within ational-religious, and rest- f.; au 54
7 b, 'ls l' i theater construction.The the next three weeks, he stated dential 'purposes at a. total'' 'fit1 1 ; ,ray

I Wednesday. coat of from $50,000 1 to $79.000. jib! f SnwAs.
contract was awarded to
This action Is being taken In or* 4 ate .,'
4 'R. H. r.athe, & Son, well known The station, which la to coat '! 8 pwNrei
der to "take can of' the more.than / 'ii1K1 J ;
..t contractors who have hall considerable between $4,000 and $5,000. will
2,600 ,Catholic young men i '
'In theater construction adjoin the present bus station r \
experience ,ra. ,( Itwaa : I s
I stationed ,
I a. Camp, Standing f 11lM;
site w
the south.
In other Florida.citios. on Mr. Conwayowns
before 2 o'clock Sun. said. At the, present time ( ,
Just vr The contract calls for the completion property there which is well }1.' r '"'i i
old mothert F there Is no Catholic Church In r'/t;/ ,
ly morning an- 4
of the Florida Theater in adapted to the purposes of the wI.e
t hastily removed two 4 90 days. .ltla!' ; ,the desire of the station. It Is properly shaped for this community 'If'' ;

all kittens from a barn owners to'open( the Florida on or buses to drive in and out, and lab O C. R Stageberg. local architect 11 41y; ,' M'.aa w

? the railroad tracks toe about Aug. 1, there IN plenty of parking space I* now drawing plan for \ t '} (' n 5.4

back porch of Mrs. Mae The"bulldlng will occupy the for idle or crippled buses or for -"s the build Ingw.i It I Is said., J I now cc ,

wards' residence on Cher- entire corner attyarent> to the several The property, deeded to Bishop 'r, ) W-i o Iass f

''St She had reason ant present Ritz Theater and will ex- Hurley front ISO feet on Tomlpie ;, I' I> 1

)'. The Seaboard Air tend north to' !the ',Starke Tele Mr. Conway owns one lot front. Ave., and la approximately a.AN*

ne's extra freight No. 336ne phone Company1 property The ing on Temple Avenue, SOxllO 485 feet deep, running' clear, : ;\11'! Atlras

of the largest enginesned building will b.' an Imposing feet, which Joins the present'! bun through.to Lake St. It embrace ;" ,

by the ) had modernistic structure equivalentto station! property on the South, He I eight lots 'i : : w ;
company W W Kdcnfleld of Jacknon- < >
$
of' also owns another lot .. "
the height a three-story fronting onRoat 'I,
1st crashed into the rear vllle, who plans to open his new )
wllf.'be! 48, which is 20x105: feet New Rest Rooms ;
It of
building. fireproof
d I of extra freight No. 539. construction a and These two lots join at the real'Clt store In Sturke lie( latter i>art.of, : ..'Al, : :: J
,of re-
|ama cat's peaceful slumber enforced: steel.: masonary the station. The station will this month Being : Constructed y' ;i \ se
i rudely interrupted when be erected on the extreme: south. "I am going to give Starke 'asmodern i
At Courthouse & .
The seating capacity of the new ,&i ; ; "Ss"aem
and ,
K up-to-date a jewelry
r'q(? flat cars overturned ly .r ern portion of his Temple Avenue : ;
",,ming their load of pulp. yr' J Florida will double that of her lot and will be 20x60: feet. That more as any found In the larger The discussion( / ''of adequate> r<""I : !iL
sitter theater, the Ritz, and will "
cities, Mr. Kdenfleld stated while
down around her barn. will give him 30-foot '
a driveway toilet facilities for Starke I* very i(,
have the largest seating capacityof
|So tangled was the wreck- any theater In Bradford for 110 feet from Temple Avenue, here early this week.stock ,"We of fine will different Stunt talking about toe'S, ,i
a $15,000
(see cuts) that it re- and then a 2 -tool >driveway on carry weatherf tot was It not' Hark i
jiired 18 hours to clear the County.A to Road 48.: watches silverware, radio, etc: Twain who said, "Everybody M I .
on the main and will maintain a complete >repair rw.1r
ck. The caboose of No. spaclous'foyer The building will) be of con : ,- talking about, the 'weather,; butnobody's 'i ,'
floor leads to the mezzanine department v
S was demolished as effflently crete blocks with white stucco, lei doing anything: ,About I' J", ,
where the manager's office, comfortable Mr. Kdenf e 1 a native of ... .
: Mr. Conway stated, and will have It
as if directly hit by ;
.r:1 lounge. smoking rooms Perry, bus been In the jewelry : l' r
Nazi bomb. metal roof, and plate glass will Three .month ago there;; 'w-a., .' 4'
[ and rest rooms wlll "be' located.. business:'for1' ,28. year, I and la a t ,
cover practically the entire East deal I* ""
a great of dlscusstoivrauch "
I Engineer Day, (pilot of No. The, latest of projectionand member ,of the 'American Legion.In ; ; M
type
and North' sides. There will also of it ,
In even reaching the atmi* addition to his ;store Jacksonville
will
) had opened the steam sound equipment be InIItaned. be a seven-food shed with con- Iti hot argument'about. ad quits ,j, ; ItI
he' also ,
Ida to frighten cattle offe to contribute' to the high- crete sidewalk on' both these -owns' one toilet .
Winter Haven. facilities for* : Starke'*. Increased '
C.Cf
I'l
| track. His vision thus r eat standards and enjoyment of sides. The driveway will be' of His' ,20tlot'Ca.ll Street lout soldier and, civilian' population IIa'
ouded he motion' pictures. To further the crushed shell with entrance and ,
failed to see I cost him ,$3,000, and the new Everybody wa, talking "
539 standing( on the comfort and pleasure of the Florida exit of re-enforced concrete. building now under construction, about it-the Rotary' Club, the ,

_4Ck while its engine was switching) until too late to avoid a crash. He jumped from Theater patrons and the very'latest veutllut- The ticket counter will face represent nn Investment of an- City Council",the County'Comtnis.atoners ,1I ,

Is engine, receiving slight injuries including an eye-ball'cut that required three J''inr; type equipment of heating and modern fully Temple Avenu, and there will : other $3,000. the ,Chamber' Commerce \jA. r,I'
|Itches. used. be wultlng rooms for both white The building Is being rushed to business houses and private !qt
will be
chairs
upholstered f'
Spectacular flames caused by ignited oil being thrown over the engine, attracted and colored, with entrances on completion by H. H. Mathe & Son, Individual Large bodfe' 1\\ 1 aa
One of the outstanding features ) ,
move slowly, but n
the north side. The many 'thing
irpugs of spectators just emerging from midnight shows downtown, and many reamed baggageroom contractors. ........ 0
of
at the the Florida Theater building will be at the rear of the have been done during the lat,, ,

scene all night. design ls >* beautiful and elaborate station, and toilet facilities for Permits three month. The, Y. M. C. A. 1.. in*

n curved corner entrance witha white and colored of both sexes Ituildinff Installed Several toilets, a number : '.1! *

I& P Women Steal Richey Defends modernistic marquee, Illuminated will be In the center of the station M. IJ. Herlong, residence, $1.- of business houses, did likewise -' ", Z" r' ,

Moves From Beauty Shop Modern-Day MiraclesDefense with the latest neon and between the white and colored 000 May 6; R. It. Mathe, store 'il '!11, \utr
fluorescent 'effects. ,
lighting)
waiting rooms, building on Call street for William And now the City la building' '

Mrs. F. O. EthrIdge, operator of modern-day miracles The Manaaaa family owner of It will be a union bus terminal Ilalln, $2,100, May 6; R. II. on the County court house rrt

to New Home !at the Lady Fair" Beauty Salonon was made by Raymond T. Richey, the new Florida< Theater, have accomodatlng passengers of Mathe, store building o n Call ground a neat-looking, 'comodlaourn I 11 mHI
East Call Street, was robbedof operated the Ritz Theater for the the Florida Motor Lines, the street for W. W. Edinfleld. $2- concrete building' Ben Hall l

e lay night the local A Ie'' Pre $19 Saturday night about 6 o'- gospel of healing evangelist, In past ten years and are well Outer Lines and the, Orange 600, May 6; George B. Flynn, I J..* erecting'the building at a coat 'i; t'' ""I A

closed its doors usual at clock, and Monday afternoon the opening discourse of his known In this community. They Lines, without their having to residence near Ford garage, $2,. of $371, and, according' to Wk, M., j. I"

as around 3 o'clock had $17 of it Starke revival, which began May will continue to operate the Ritz walk from one station to an- 000. May 5; W L. Sllcox, car- Edwards, chairman of tho City :# ?
location
by the Ritz Theater. as well as the new Florida Thea- $500 apartment, Council Carl Bitch will do 't i' IMaMR
returned with a promise of the 8, and Is being, held In a huge other, Mr Conway said. penter garage theplumbing
Wednesday morning It opened ter and will continue to present May 4; W. L Silcox:, repairingand at an ,added cost of$190making '
other two later red, white and blue tent o n
doors In its new home, two I the same high type, first run, Two Cars Stolen patching roof of Coca-Cola a total of $941 for :: ,. ,I.
Three young women went Into Temple Avenue Just north of the the 1.11 !" "!
Ira further clean entertainment in both thea- plant; W. H. Nollmun, $1.000 building equipped with toilets, : ",
east on Call St., In the beauty parlor Saturday after- armory. Meetings will continue ters. Over WeekEndTwo residence, April 29; Corrlner But- built-in concrete urinals. and lava. \ ', J ti law

building just completed by noon, two of whom had their hair through May 25, the patriotic ler, rsldence, $300, April 20. tory.Meet' 1
while the third one roamed stolen In this "
Woodbridge. set cars were a
Church of ChristThe Tt
aim
with the
motif ,
AU night long Manager N. N. around the place. After the operators prevailing vicinity during the past week, and 'I l ) rffirBV I
had finished with the being to attract the young men
Yltt and a small of eta Church of Christ extends one mysteriously burned up. A i
army hair of the two women, they went of Camp Blanding and their'com 193 Chevrolet was stolen froma : A I r 'f 1 I, "
packed *
IK'
unpacked rear- a, cordial Invitation to the publicto
led and Into a back room and changed manding officers. soldier at Camp Blanding Sat-
ht they itralghtened. At day- their clothes. (They had been In his sermon last night, Evangelist attend a series of meetings urday night, and patrolman W. Jerry Christodoulou 'gj
were ready to ""t
greet some new that "the being held, In the tent, one block
homers |In their, shopping and bought Richey asserted E, Thornton recovered It within .ds, itr'JI
era, 10 feet bright new dresses.) day of miracles is not pant for west of Road 13 on Road 48 "The 30 minutes after the theft wa "(llorirying the n

stole wider than the Having finished dressing, 'the the man or woman who will be services will be brief, quiet, and reported to him Monday morn ,mrHun Hot Dog :'

three women went out, leaving lieve God. Show me the church orderly," according to Mrs E. J. ing. It was located near Mrs. 'If I Mw
.tteit department has been and practices healing Flynn, who made the announcement home Road 28 r4M 4+rr
ed to the their old clothes and promisingto that preaches I Vida Mornun's; on ae
A & p and a full After to scriptural Injunction : In fl''I
of 'top return for them Monday. according with the keys It. .
;It be handled grade western meats they had gone, Mrs. EthrIdge (James 5:14.: 15)), and "Those Interested In the truth I A 1935 Ford was stolen on {

department at all times. This opened a metal cabinet In which I will show you a church with a will appreciate the plain, straightforward the streets of Starke Sunday 1"> *

a. Bryant la In charge ofr she had left her parse containing spirit of revival, and with a record Gospel sermons, free night, and was recovered In 11S1 .'

ke from who comes to $19. The purse had been moved, of soul-winning." from politics, death bed stories, I Gainesville The Sheriff at 'J.n t wore.r

Jacksonville.Prevail and opening It she found the The extensive Interest in the graveyard tales and railroad Gainesville telephoned Starke that !t\\ t

agar and assistant money missing Richey meeting Is shown by the wrecks," Mr*. Flynn Uted. They : he had' recovered the car and {" :

gel' Herbert Cloversettle are Miss Lor r a i n e Ilartmann, fact that in the first few days are delivered by Byron B. Con- I stored It, and W E. Thornton ;' 'F; sM"d
leg
many compliments from Hartmann.i the : from ley of the Riverside Church ,of ,
tomes daughter of A. visitors have registered went to Gainesville Wednesday l' se.: .,
on the neat, attractivee proprietress, and Mr. Hartmannwas 1 dozens of surrounding towns. Christ t, Jacksonville.The night and brought it to Starke. j'r

of the'new store. informed of the matter. Mon- Evangelist Richey has visited public 'will be asked to ask 1>fl'. Thornton also found a 1933 aa1

day as soon as the "women"came : Camp BlandIng several times, on Bible questions, and will be assured Plymouth at the city dump about t

ley Home Burns In. Miss Hartmann phoned ] invitation of co-operative chap of Bible answers. No collections 8 A. M. Wednesday which had ,
her father and be came and lains, to pray for the sick at the ) are taken and services been burned up. He reported the ,'l'i !

to the explosion of the brought police officer 'W. E. station hospital. start at 8 o'clock each night except matter to Sheriff A. O. Andrea T J ase

cook stove when water I, Thornton. The woman decided It was announced last night Saturday. but up to now there Is no clue.

l kettle boiled over the home to pay the money back Instead that Richard D. Wolcott, l 7th VT E. Torode, Jr., thought It i iI !,

c c:. a (Brownie I of going to jail. Infantry (Rifle), regimental chaplain Mrs. Katie Rigga was one be had recently sold, but \

1Vtly, ) Bennett, at will speak Sunday afternoon, the tag was gone, and there wa : i J
burned
t before to the ground Pistol Thief 'Fined I sharing the time, with Evangelist Mrs.Katie C. Rlggs. SI, mother no way to Identify the car. --- 'i j}

8 o'clock last Satur1 i Richey. of Mm, ,W, T, Tom p kina of ''J 041 7A

evening. Rayfleld Martin colored,' stole Visiting! Mr. and Mrs. Rkhey Starke '41e4 Saturday I at hethome' Dr. Parka Awarded Jerry came to Starke In the gold rush 'day* ,.of last: November"r r ',,6j I !
\Ira. from LeRoy Baker, an- 'In' Jacksonville after a
Bennett was a pistol over Sunday waa their attractive after out two successful eat spots hi
able to al- selling Caineav111e-Jerry's
It ,
>ta only other negro, and tried to pawp Rae Marie, a senior-at lengthy; Illness. Site wa& a na-: Dr. W B. Park has Just received
but a few pieces' of turnl to a third colored man Moms; daughter Hampden, DuBose Academy, Or tive' of'' Clay County and movedto .a check: from the Fire- place and Mack's Grill. His spotlessly clean .!street. nook was) ,eJ!i1 ,f

arel 01'practically na wearing Moore Tuesday night of last lando. With Miss Richey WM Jacksonville 20 years ago from i man' Fund Idemnity Company an overnight success and Jerry Is still holding forth, serving from ,

,.. -Ved. personal belonging week. Martin and Baker were :Miss Peyton' Duttoae, daughter Starke where she lived at one through the Charley E. Johns 1,200 to 1,300 hot dogs to the hungry Biandlng soldiers' on 'an ::9

UoIIVllle at lIr. Bennett was In sleeping In the same room la the president of the academy. time with her husband, the late Agency In recognition of careful average week-end. He to proud of his pedal;" a 12-Inch frank j.; !If "

the time. and had Reno, when Martin stole the gun Rer. P. :M. Rlggs. I driving and consideration for the furter, on which even the emptiest Individual may'',dine Bumptiously '
&kdge of the fire 'untO ,Whet of other The ,
fie from under Baker's pillow. Lake PlaceMr. Funeral service were held atCrove" live and property tor a thin dime. Jerry thinks Starke has a great future and plans ''I it "
Lawtey to find his It, Moore reported Buy "safe driver reward" Is awardedby .
me
b lIrned" he tried to pawn .. Ocdt 1 'Baptist Church with to build a home soon for himself his wife., andoUI' son.A 23- ]'M,' + ,
its -
and to policyholders
Baker,
7 are how the theft to had to pay a and Mrs. Carl Johns have Jh 'Rev. p. A Prevatt offici this for company driving without acctdents. foot extension at the> rear of his place will IIOOD.pve'.hlm, spac for r ra iti i.
occupytaa- the old result Martin In Oak
r l0me a Il..or'Court purchased ,the N. D. Wainwright ating. Interment wa weekend turnover of 2.000 dog*-he hopes "X I
east of and costa In I| ,
the rauroad fine of $10 t t
p4a to rebuild jr.. place on Crystal Lake. +3rove Cemetery. ,
lmm eUa.tely. Monday. 'f'Nt I

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,. FAGR TWO BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH.!: STArtKK. FLORIDA PBlDAY, MAY Iti..

w address of May 5. Advocating the use of BOAT DRAIN' .I visiting friends in Starke. Bobbie and Jerry, of Jacksonville ning of Jacksonville were
The Bradford County Telegraph I Little Wanda Griffis Is visiting spent the week-end with Mr. and friends and relative 'ill
the U. S. Navy for convoys, he solemnly By Mrs. Z. Z. Orlffla her aunt Mrs. Eva Sullivan. Mrs F. M. Norman. here!

KMbUhe 1817. warned that "unless we on our side are Misses, Mildred and Margaret Marie Dixon wo visiting her Mr.. Allen Howard and Cecil day.Ruth, Donald, and
Published \\erhly on Friday- -- -aDd Entered M Boe-- ready to sacrifice and, if need be, die for Morrell were visiting Miss GladysLee sister, Mr*. Water, of Lake But- Gladys Charlotte, and Faye Man- Alvarez, attended the **
i of Bethel Sunday. ning, spent the week-end in Jack. church services
MId ClitM: M ttTf *t the.Pest Of flow at Starke. FJa. the conviction that the freedom of America ler Saturday night.VANDERBILT at Ratlord
relatives.Mr.
and sonvllle with day night.
I W. E. Green
Mr. and Mrs.
"
--- must be saved it will not be saved.
-- Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Crlffls were and Mrs. Levy Norman and Mrs. Herbert Norman
"; '+ MEMBER Even the former out-and-out isolationists visiting Mr. E. P. Johnson of By Mia Velma NormanMr. family attended church service Nona Whitehead of Lone and Bru

r N ..1.ORm\PRESS ASSOCIATION. in growing numbers, are comingto Raiford Sunday.Mr. at Raiford Sunday evening were visiting Mr. and Mrs. r..
e the conclusion that the fall of Britain and Mrs. Lonnie Tyre and and Mrs H. L. Normanand Mrs J. W. Knight and daughter Renfroe and family Monday
'ti I "' on. Michael, and Mrs Eugene family were shopping In Jacksonville Sandra, have returned to
oteoatrL 7 load.ld would the fall of our civilization. It last Saturday. "For
mean Prevatt were visiting Mr. a n dMrs their home In Jacksonville after Twenty y
I
-- ---- u- the time for half is I of Florahome Howard and O. J., I've found
n ', SU8waIl"TlON: UATK Is obvious that measures Buck Revels Allen son spending some time here with ADLERIKA.:
'' Yearly, $1.73; SU M.ntlm, ,I.GO-Payable In over. War materials MUST be delivered toBritain's I Sunday. I I were In Jacksonville on business Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman. tory" (CU. B.Mich., When Balla bl!
Harold Griffis of Jacksonville Wednesday last week. Allen Howard and children of ed with gas, annoyed
fighting forces. by
was visiting his parent Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and this section we revisiting at breath or sour stomach due
Serious-Minded LegislatureIs Despite the magnificent resistance of Mrs. Arnold Griffls, Sunday. I son, Samuel, were visiting Sam Camp Blanding Sunday., layed bowel action try coo to
Getting Things Done tiny, unprepared nations, the Nazis now Ben Sauser was visiting Willie Norman and family of Long F. M. Norman made a business RIKA for QUICK relief c.
Green afternoon. I I Bridge Sunday. trip to Gainesville Tuesday. TODAY., ?- AT YOUR
Sunday
The Florida Legislature has "risen to control the Balkans and threaten Iraq and DR
Miss Margaret Griffin Is' Mrs. Ellen Barber and sons. Wesley' Loylesa and Collie Man- STORE.
the occasion" and is putting on a peaceful, the Dardanelles. The Axis will likely next

,. hard-working; Berioua-minded session-ac- attack Egypt and the Suez Canal from the < ?

cording to all reports coming out of Talla- east by way of Syria, and from Libya on MlM h'y' \
hassee. With a minimum 0 f fireworks, the west coast. In such an event, the 7/ A i ir

horseplay, and bickering, the men who makeour British forces under General Wavell will be

laws seem to be buckling down and do- without adequate air or land equipment and

ic A Ing just that, with the result that more will be outnumbered two to one.

significant legislation has been passed dur- Added to British handicaps in the Near

ing the first few weeks than in some entire East are threats of war by the Moham

previous sessions medans, egged on by the Nazis. Should

Three major pieces of legislation (impossible this: threat materialize, there is nQ questionbut

: of enactment in former sessions) what Great Britain would lose the war 1'J

have already passed: the curb on salary in the Mediterranean; lose all gains in East ,

buyers; state maintenance o f highways Africa, and be completely cut off from a

; i ; through cities; and taking the odd cents direct route to India and Australia. This '

from race tracks for old age assistance. would subject the British Empire in the mmNEVER t : '
Af.I Practically all administration-sponsored defense Orient to attack by Japan. i I /

/ legislation has been passed, and- Another threat facing Great Britain is --.

wonders of wonders-most: votes have been the occupation of Spain and Portugal, also isI

unanimous or nearly so. Substantial progress Spanish and French African possessions, Including trt+ tt' Sri I
has been made on much additional the Canary Islands and 'the Azores.It I :

legislation, and-equally important little is reported that 27 Nazi divisions are now *. < .. 4t E
col if any "nut" or vicious legislation has bobbed massed along the southwestern coast of GUESS about BEER .

up. France ready to enter Spain at a moment's .w fM MWYI FERr/

If it continues on its even keel, and notice. Say "MAKE MINE JAX 4.

keeps up the pace of progress set in its Many observers believe that the only .

opening days, this* session "will do much to hope of thwarting lIitler's designs furtherto / 1 UT Florida romantic past come symbol of old- ime, cordial hospitality. ra *a" '

restore the legislature to good graces in the involve France against: Great Britain and Lx memories of a bright pageant of hos And that symbol is smooth,mellowJAXy'g/,, aA+ ,

eyes of the voting public. It will help to the establishment of air and submarine. pitality. Magnificent resort hotels Beer,the famous Drink of Friendship,a

i; abolish the memory of some of the name- bases on the west coast of Africa is an effective gay, luxurious'river boats that plied favorite since 1914 wherever men of ty k "' "

:, yl calling, arm-waving, practical-joking sessions convoy system between the United the broad sweep of the St.Johns good fellowshipof good cheer gathered. ,
+
YiQa of other''' years. States and the British ports. swaying stage coaches: filled with A great beer with a distinctive, zestful '

A std ::t, No matter what comes, there will merry crowds these all were part flavor and quality JAX has won and Q

United States Must Act Now hardly be any actual declaration of war by of this colorful parade of pleasure. held a prominent place in the affections '

To Insure British Victory the United States against the Axis. In of- Today few landmarks remain to recall of who love beer. '

I "t, Recent military events in Europe are ficial circles, it is believed that there is no these first happy days."I'
making it perfectly clear to every thinking need for that-some think that we might But linking Florida's past and future Learn for yourself what a truly '
in the without in a golden friendly bond is one grand great beer JAX is. Try a bottle
American that a German I victory is imminent become active participants war .

6 -perhaps only several months away even completely severing relations with JAX BtEWIIt. COMMIT Jieksovllle, FUrUi- ggJEIIsThe .

i unless the United States, at whatever'risk '' Germany. What England wants now is our *The Putnam House, Palat\a." This huge moved: intact to Daytona Beach, where it it ,L4 'ud
or cost to itself, delivers! munitions and unlimited naval support and the British 300-room hotel was built in 1883 and dismantled now serving ai a hotel. Photograph from, ,' 4

a vital food products to the'ports of England, government is making clear' to American in 1925. One entire wing was the P. W. Thompson Collection, Paalatkt.s .

;'. Scotland, and Northern Ireland. representatives in London that without that

Secretary of War Stimson brought the support, Hitler will continue to hold a dis-

Issue squarely before the nation in his radioMiMiddleton astrous advantage.

-
Issues Library Expense 13.50 Kldd had agreed on the proposi
Classroom Supplied 174.37 tion. The Starke Co, charges ,
,4 + Report on Finances Other Instruction Expense 29.14 $105: to haul one or three pas- 1

Since Taking OfficeDr. Wanes of Janitors 1,10200 sengers to or from the Camp,
Fuel 457: .00 while the Blanding Co., charges m
W. K. Middleton, superintendent Utilities 480.73 only 25 cents per passenger. They
of public Instruction of Other Operating Expenses 76.04 will get ,together on a price, and
I Bradford County, has just released Repairs" and Replacements 906.09 all be the eame.Recently .
$ a statement of receipts and expenditures Transportation 13,109.23 four drivers of the
r 1 for the school system Promotion of Health, Blanding Cab Co., were fined In Sellers Good Name
't here since he took office June Salaries 72.00 Mayor's court for violation of o or
f 4 11, 1940.It Insurance 2,334.68 an ordinance, and the authorities)
Is understood that i' piencntatlvea Rent 26.00 of the Blanding Cab Co., told the
,; from the state depart i Commissions 157.44: City dads to put them In jail the
ment have called on the superintendent Election Expenses 88.00 I next time they violated the ordinance -
several times recently and New Buildings 2001.00 and they would 1 immediately -
have expremied. themselves as boIng1 New Equipment 117.00 lose their jobs with the r /
i well pleased with what ham New Books for Library 39.80 Company. i
'' School Busses 5,487.74
!tx>accomplished..
Payment of Accounts
The entire Indebtedness of the Defense Council
of last
1,811.11Paymt'nt
general fund when Dr. Middleton of year Accounts of Will Meet TonightThe I
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took over the office wan approximately
$60,000, and he says that prior years 1,10505 second meeting of the
Payment Bonds, Notes,
by the last day of June, this year, etc. 700.00 Bradford County Defense Council
he will cut It down to less than 1
will be held In the Courthouse
Intel'cat on Current Loans 47031 :
430,000 This Includes paying: offa Other Payments, for at 8 o'clock tonight (Friday).
Judgment of a little more than The organization
Debt Service 141.74 meeting was
57.000. held April 18--four weeks
L CASH BALANCES as of 4-30-41 ago
The report of receipts and expend -
.
Teachers Salary Fund 10.43000 I tonight-and Marcus! F. Brown
Huret follows
: County Gen. School Fund 2.2-1.66 w a a elected. chairman W. P. .
Financial Statement District Current Funds- Smith vice-chairman and H. A.
# llour of 1'ublio Instruction I Overdrafts1.203.02 Carlton secretary.AU .
July ll 19-14) through April SO, You can buy used from
citizens a car
mi are urged: < RECEIPTS TOTAL EXPENDITURESAND present at tonight's meeting If

Teachers' Salary Fund $73,541.38: : BALANCES 1100.53800 at all possible. Among the many with confidencebecause Chevrolet dealers are
Vocational! Funds 294,18Taxes pressing things to be taken up
it Assessed-County :3,44543: Blanding Cab Co.
at this time
are two of especial reliable
Taxes" Asaeiwed-DUtrtct 0,439.76 Gets Limited License merchants because they are the leaders in
Tax Importance: (1)) the sale of
Redemption
*-County 163 49 I
Tax Redemptions-District 17330 I The Camp Bland Ing Cab Co., stamps and bonds to help the
new sales. and
car because
.
they believe
Poll Taxes 1000 at the meeting of the City Council Government raise the necessary in offeringA1
Tuition-Non-renldonts 233.60 last week was granted "restricted revenue to proceed unhamperedwith
Racing Com. Funds 12.50000 license. to pick up passengers In Its comprehensive defense used cars at the very lowest prices.
Incidentals 1,02993 I Starke. This Is the climax of program; (2) the registration of
Sale of Property 2500 much discussion and
negotiation all citizens both sexes, whit and
Other Non-Revenue 3.00 on the subject for the five weeks colored from 13 to 99 years' of
Short Term Loans-Unp. 1.07376 the Camp Blanding Cab Co., has age for purposes of civilian defense -
Current Refund Reed. 2479 been operating here. J
Advancements 1,600.89 They have license to deliver TOP
Unpaid Bills 1.7O108 paxsengers to Starke, but hitherto New
CASH BALANCES AS OF 7-1-40 have had no permit to pick up In ManagerCharlie
Teachers Salary Fund 22.99 Starke. The "restrictions" are Moore, of )Madison arrived -
County Gen. School Fund 1484 that they may pick up passengers here the first of last week '
District Current Fund 68033 at the Orange Linea Bus Stationbut : to take over the* managership of
-- nowhere else and must not the new office of the Florida I 1
Total Receipts and I pick up And transport passengers Power and Light Co., which. U
Balances $100,33360EXPENDITURES around inside the city. Even this lOOn Co be built. lie has estab s
.5 t i arrangement Is contingent
upona lished a temporary headquarters
Salary of Supt. S2.50000 letter which the Council Is to In the' offices of the Trianon
Traveling Expense!: of Supt. 30.00 receive from,
Lieutenant R. O.Kldd. Corporation near the S., A. U BUY WHERE
_ Salaries of Clerical I MILLIONS ARE BUYING
who operates the Starke depot. :Mr. Moore has been with
Assistant 1,335.00 Taxi Service, that this meets his the company 11 year.
Compensation of Board
approval.J. Within
about two month the
Members 73000 W. Warren general super building will be
completed, and
Legal Uxpeneea 33200 visor.: Win. E. Brlnson. manager, Mr. Moor will have associated TORODE CHEVROLET '
Office Expense 36453 and R. S. Scott secretary-treas with him In Stork two linemen CO.
q Other Expenses of Adm. 17000 urer of the
1 Blanding Cab Co., and a clerk. II* U rooming' at
M, Salaries of Principals 2.053.38 presented the matter tot h. the home of Mr. and Mr. U A.
tt Salaries of Teacher 30.31036 Council saying that they and Lt. Davis STARKE, FLORIDA




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I MAY 6' 1941




MAY BRADFORD COUNTY TRUEOKAPH. STARKK FLORIDA PACK TinUEH 1 I

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'O"RT 0" 1'H1D'rIf1l deM'rlbed'. follows' the Stat. of Florida, Petitioners. 'II'I
: f"IR"rplC'I.4.I.( UIH CI'IT..IiIl That portion of the following described vs. Luclna. M. Clark a widow. De sued wa..In .the name of E. A. Edwards. : from the tint of the first publica. 2nd day of August. A. D. 1937 I fit complaint for dJvore' ) and due u uI t i

,11Y' yLOIIPA.pyv1L)0 parcel of land. to-wltt: fendant aa the same appear. on tion of this notice a* provided for has filed sam In my office andhas i I affidavit for this order. bas b..WI.> 4 i '
P RP eOlQ\/TY"( ,a polltl..aJ Commencing. on the Kant bound. file In thU of/Ice. Unless .*ld certificate shall be by Section' Is, Chawer 1'3(11. Laws mad application for a tax filed Inth* Circuit Court of BradI ,, ,.' 1 iI
It 4tt. ot Florida.dIOI. ary of LEt 4 of SRi'* of Section WITNESM my band: and nfflcla.1 redeemed according to law the or Florida 193. tu the State' lleverag deed to be Issued thereon. Bald j ford ('ounl,. Florida, In a cans .,). \,
f the Chalrm..n. T. 20, Township 6 !!South Rang 22 seal at Htarke. Bradford County property described therein Itllt be Department of Florida Talla. certificate embraces the following wherein Joseph Menjamin Thomas) .". ; I I

w. ?; Edward"I... Wynn. )1(. 0.rrefl t&lltthe : point 14 28 feet North PlonIda1 this 30th day of April A. sold courthouse to the dour highest bidder bar..., .'lorl"Iror all such rights described. property In the County Is plaintiff and WHile Mae Thomas. '"I I. I II E
i" J Hedd* a. inem- corner thereof: thence 1. on the first Mon and Interest In and to said. properly of Bradford State: of Florida, tu- I Is defendant, and you are r. s lre" \, 1
01".1&d'P entire Board North 89 degrreea 60' West 1308.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .1. Thomas day In the) month of June IY4Whl..h shall cease snd terminate. wit: I 1 to appear In said cans on June \ ': '
1.lnll'Ihe ot Brad- 79 feet to Station 111+60 as Clerk, Circuit Is h* 2nd., day of June K. W. I Bradford County Tel- 1c
of the Court. Bradford 1941. Scarbrough MCli of NE'4 & F.tt of NW<4 of 2nd, 194*, I. r
I Ctifl1Y, CommIMPI0h1 OItICalthi .ubdhl.lon centerlIne of Ht..teoad 261. Pro. County Florida 6-1-fit-5..JO Director State Beverage' Department NE1* Section H Township t I graph is designated as the newspaper ,c
(" 'Florida. ject 65ill; thence North 0 degrees hand and official Real at tarka. 1911.Dated thl Int., day of April of Florida, Tallahassee. Flor. South Rang 22 Kant: containtngSI In which this order hall h* ;
d [ $isle1ot 10' KaRt 406 feet for POINT OF Florida, this the 28th day of April ida.. 4-2S I 6t 6-23 ) acres, mure or less I i pul.llahed. once a week. for four : j
pOlltlaner". BEGINNING; thence continue A. n. 19.. Clerk(OFFICIAL' Iourt'or Thomas: .- Th. aRResxment!' of the said pro. 1 I consecutive week prior to .,!id ,
of ( I Bradford 1
al. North 0 degrees 10' East. 700 feet; (OFFICIAL'SBAL) A.S.: Thomas r OTVTH OK Fl.ntlll perly under the said. certificateissuI return date. "
; Kin* el thence South 89 degrees. Clerk Circuit County Florida. 4-26 4t 5.11 I hand and officialReal ''I
r. 50' East i Court Bradford Coun COIVTl all" Illl tl. .iir< ltl> wan In the name of Omen WItness my t
'vof.ndanl" TUB 400 feet: thence North 0 decree ty Florida I. A. J. Thomas, .'I... k of 'the Mitchell.linleRR at Htarke. this the)
1"IIE NAM t'I.OHIDA1"g ; 10' East 100 feet; thence S. Ha de : !\OTiri3 OP 'PPI.lr'TIOX Circuit Court of tile, Eight ludlrliil, euld certificate. shall .h.* 23 dy of April', "Iorld' '.!1 ''40.4,
OL' -'rICE grreen 60' Kurt 400 feet; thence I IV THH CIHtTlT' : Fun TC"DEEi, Circuit In and for B'adford. redeemed according to law the (OFFICIAL. HRAL J. Thom. I 1 tUffta
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:; l4IsEsr North 0 degrees 10' East 100 feet; J I'ilI'I *!. l'UIf'"'1'1'l'HT.nf RICIITII KI.OHI- <*.>..<. mil v.. iua Countv, Florida do hereby certify propel:ty described: t therein will% I.* Clerk Circuit. Court. Bradford ,, 3 ; ,

IS PROCEEDINGS thence South 89 degrees 60' East IJ'. IN ANt) FOR llll\l NOTICE IS\ HKHKBY lIVEN: that the above and foretrolr.ir IH a sold to the highest bidder. at the County. Florida J' te
!yMAI JT AIAY core- SIS feet; thence South 0 degrees ; >KOKI). That L I). Vlntng holder lOt Tax true and correct copy of the Notice court houBrt door un the f I rat Monday County. Florida, 4-2S 4t $- ?

All. WhoM Ih'Ve..t 30 feet; thence North I'OIT.NTYIV CIHSTKHY : Certificate No. 7, Issued the 4th I In Kliil.ii.nt: oniali; Proceetll'grti: is- In the month nf June, i91.hilL I I ." ,"

llN': P. Klngr. WbOO' 89 degrees 50' West 145 feet; ORUEH OF ,MKHIH (OTI(''': I day of July A. IX U3M.) has filed. Rued tot ho 7th day of May, A. ... \\- l Is the 2nd tiny I of June, ,\
> 1 10 thence South 0 degrees 10 West same in my office and has made I 1941. IV TIIM ( ( ,
A.'L TO tl'PKAR 1941. In the ens of Hi ad ford 'ltet'l. 'O.IT. .nOITI. .
!'f of <..%$ ,;. S.SS'VSA"; W. 70 feet; thence North 89 degree Rufus F. Billings, application for a tax deed to be County, a political "u lull v I.'"" of D.ited this 30th day of April.OFFICIAL !. I JII).. ,(- 't." .: 1
Ti. Hn| 60' West 100 feet hence Issued thereon Said U41. II*. I FOR UllAUVUHUIV ,
Hfnd wlte Mary Do. ; "Houth Plaintiff certificate I th* State' of Florida and W. M. I :
.M nd of r..Jlldenee is 0 degrees 10' West. 100 feet; -vs. No. 1217 embraces the following dexcrllied. Kd, wards. Chairman, T, tChas. ( 8I2AL I ) A. J. Thomas I ( ';'NI : .1
.: whoNe place thence North 89 degrees 60' West Lucy H1I11na.t.ndRnt.., property;: In the County of Bradford tam'.., j. I. Wynn M. O. Uarrell Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford. CHVCKHY I
known: Drions having or 200 feet; thence South 0 de. lib.. scat of Florida, to-wlt : and P. K. UeddUh a* membersromprlRlnir County, Florida.' 6-3-4t' -6.23 oil i>ten OK hEft \ '.'M NOTI'I 'i'f"i! \"
to "II title. Interest.SWftS. grees 10' West 100 feet; THE STATE OF FLORIDA: N\V<4 of KWM Section 13 Township the entire Board of .. _. T(> PPN.U"

or other ol'lan'S" thence North 89 degrees 60' West To: Lucy II. Billings. whose resi 7 South flange 19 East, 40 County CommlRSlnners of Hii'lford IV TIIM ('IIt(., IT tot II T. MKillTII John W. Buford, "f: ,;,
( parcela. 100 feet; thence South 0 degrees dence l I. unknown. Acres more or loss,' Countv. a l political subdlvlMlci otA "I Ult I h I. CIHCI I'r OK KI.OII.ll I I I Plaintiff., "l I'U. '
: which 10' West 200 feet; thence The assessment. of the' said the I ""* '\1 ml
C0U11tY. to'iorida. North It Is hereby ordered that you' prop. State of Florida Petitioner*, I. IN AMI FOII tltKOHII
Bradt"re! H9 degrees 60' Went erty under the said widower Nettle Lou fluford ,
In that part ot 8tatadNo. 100 feet; are required to appear on the 2nd certificate Is.sued vs. F. P King, a ei al l..I' '1'"' :
Indlle.d d..llrnRled aal. "ProJect thence South 0 degrees 10 West day of June A. D. 1941 before the was In the name of Unknown W1TNEHS my Imnd .and offk'iuilseal IN ('" \\IKIIVOltltKIt : l fendant. "' t

261 loi t"d. surveyed and 200 fret; thence North 89 decrees above vntttJod court to the bill Unless said certificate shall. heredeemed at IoIlar"... "Rdt.rd Coint.v: : OK ..KI S HI1 >O'I'It'M THi 8TATW OF FLORIDA '- .
''l.\ the Slat Itoad Depart- 60' West 600 feet to point of beginning of complaint filed against you In according to law the Florida. thin 7< h day of !May, A i>. ','n .tt'l'i.I.hit I Nettle. Lou lUtford whoa 'I' b.cIlt
,' hY and which lies within property described' therein will be 1941.OFFlCIAIj. r..ld.n. I I. unknown.
the ahnve
tt* of Florida NM> entitled cause; and Till; : Paul. 8. CraigPlaintiff I Ii
"I. JiKht of way map thereof of SEW of I SEV4: of Section 26. BHAUFOUD COUNTY TBLKURAPII} sold to the highest bidder I at the ( SKAL) Timlin* I i I hereby urd.r..o that you
.! hhi offh'e of the Clerk Township ( South. Jiang 23 : Is hereby designated as the NewsPaper courthouse dour on the first Mon as Clerk Clrt-ult Cort.J. }ti'a.itordCounty : 1 -,.... No 1221 are. required IJJ al,>penr on.. the 2nd I'i; 15.1
the of June 1>. 1841 before the
duty A
East day In the Viminth of June 1A4II
Itle for 1941
Court In and in which this order Shall be Florida. 6-9 6t otlOIIDKK Bess Craig '
the Circuit and detteribed In I You. and each of you are hereby I published. once a week for tourcOIl."tl.e which Is the 2nd., day of June, I Defendant.TIIM above entitle. court to the bill the ofoumplalnt )1 film ,
CounlY filed against In '
dlu.d In the above en1.4 commanded to be and appear In Weeks 1941.Dated STATI'l' ) t>F FLORIDA I you I
fII OF PI III ""TIO\ : above entitled and TIulOItttAflFOitD
p.llliun.all.e nn the 7th day ot the ford Circuit Court In and for urn'l.j WITNESS: my hand anil the Real 1941.OFFICIAL. this list., day. of April '"',''' H) 1'0 tl'l'H: tit To It..H.1'''hr. whew ..,Mr..." Is COUNTY OIIRU TKLU; (1HAP11Is "4I'I
Ya"l County. Florida at the of thlH court at 6318: Has. Avenue Los .
Hraord Ktnrke. Angeles
Florida The
I. State of Florida to Caroline the
hereby designated nowa-
a.
I) Uti : ; of the of the Clerk of said Court In the this 30th day of ) ( S1CAL) A. J. Thomas t'iiIif.rtila.It .
April I .
A. I
ul1d'18b0n 1941. Clerk Stewart, whose renUteuc Is. 1111known paper In which this order shall h* //1 .\1
1Ii.o.. City of Stark. Bradford of circuit' Court of Bradford \
:' sftalnBt you and County, (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A..I. Is. hervby ordered that arrequired "ti
41 al.. Thom".i : You are herebv notlffvilthat I iiMIhed week for fourconse'titive w'
t'rbrld, ..klnlll' to condemn Florida, ,on or before the 2nd d.ivof Clerk of the Circuit Court County, Florida. 4-26 41 5-lMNOTIIll bill of to lllll day oo4a ;' 4 *
rnmiiliilni for divorce weeks.
b of you ro."<1 and highway pur. June, A. D. 1941. to show what John :J Henderson and' due Hffldavlt for I his fiiderlias of June A."I'RPIm I,;: 1.f.. ; :he i i WITNESS my hand and the seal i

_public the calil parrels ot land. right title Interest or lien ;you Plaintiff. Attorney : Of''" APi.lCt'rionjFoil been tll.-.. In the Circuit, Court above slit 11110..1 .....''rl. to the bill of I this court at Htarke. Florida,
uIe I Iylnll "n,1 bring" In BradL or of anY"ot said. above you have In and to any 8-3: -4t-S-23 i iolu'n 'I T'IIIF.nI ; : of Bradford ,'.."n I v, Florida, i In a of complaint. i filed. a Kit I list you In thin. 50th of Apri A. IV 1941.OFFICIAL ,
Florida and more par-1 described parcels of .. pause whrrelu tha shove eutitli-d I'HtiHn; Mud the SEAL "f
ulllY. Innd < ronte HIM Vi>. 111.1. I Bulph Stewart lathe ( .1. Thoma
|,,$' dewrlned as follows: and should to show cnitRa. why the OF ;'; iit.tCrio'j i I NOT 1C K IH HI HI'JlY: (11\1 N'. plnlntlff and (Carolln Stewart' Bradford County Telegraph Is hei" eby t'I..1 of rh* Circuit Court.. I
same not be taken for the I I... designated. as the ii"'"'$'1''''ie'' III .h
the ,,
IRCEL NO. lh4It r uses and ;%()UK TO .\IM-H\H : That I.. D. Vlnlnic.mlder of Tax defendant H> | you are .Ioh., J Hetideraun. Vt
ot the \V% of the KVjih purposes set forth In said The State of Florida to Charles'I Certificate No. 17. 'Imtied tha. 71 h. hereby required to Appear In R.UdimiiR which i thin. 01'dwr Rhall I I bu I i Plaintiffs Attorney;. \ ,
"" pert of SecI Petition to-wlt: for a section or :I ? day of A. filed nil the 2nd 1 ..t one* a week for 4 .1.lIlolI.h"1. 5-33 ,
> tlFof:'. the SWM portion of State Road No. i Mrrrlam 111 Went !.loth Street, ;New:; July D. ltltn: him iliiy junn) weeks.WITNKSH. I B-3-41-- .4 th(
0 South nangre Yn'k New York ber. same In my office and has mnile, PI4I.! Bradford, .. County Telegrupli'
Township You in
: arn *hv 1 *
,,.17. designated as project 6D21 281'1 I : Imnd. and, .al
It 10O' feet of an ,notified application for tax Is deRlgnated as I the inwhich my the !
within that bill of complaint, fur, a deed to he1".u.,1 vlewsi'aper \ 3
lying :
rut, I (rated surveyed and shown on < : r>f this court at Hlnrke, Kloildit' ,
Wate Road 281Kflbrd 11 < (divorce niul line thereon. Knlil ceitlflcnteembraces t this I order shall tm ftUliiaie.t .* To relievo-
ot t
I I I affidavit. for t this
I
erntrriifle .
map or pint hervlmvbove r..t..rr..d''to. his :tilt h day of April, A. I D.
order has born the fi.lloulng ,'rllll',1 : DIICM a week fur four consecutive ; ; la M
foiIoWM: filed In "" coI1Ds
the .
t'lrrult )
a or default ((44
be M\I.: J. (
OFKICIAI. ) A.
may enteredatfalnnt ( Misery
I the West Una. ofd I ImmeflC I Court of Bradford I'ounty) Florida. property In the Count of Jtrudford weeks. prior to sid, ie- J '
) c4t1.W1TN1NS Clerk of lie Cl.cult Court.T. .
on I
.
996.24I < In a cause ", h..r..ln'lul..1 Merrlum State of "FMrldit lo-wll.; turn date. A> It liens fly linml unit' IIIH'j I 1 fsl
H.Uon at a point | my hand as Clerk of official seal I Frank l.nndiiim. 'i
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h.. SW corner the Is Plaintiff and Charlos. Martian Is NH of SE'4 N of River Section 11 t Stiirke, 1" Ma, IJqulil .;t ,
of t Circuit Court In \ 'PatS''I445
North and for Brad 13 7 101. this the llth 1 day ot April, A. 1>. IMulntlfCs attorney"
Defendant and Twp. It, 19 II.: 40 Acres ,
South 72 degreesi ford you are hereby required b 1h! '
hereof an.1 run I County, Florida and the seal I more or !I....*. 1941. 6-:- -St- T..I ; )
t&ol: t 1206.06 feet to the point of aid Court this the 30th day of June: 2nd to appear 11/41./ In said: cause on The HHesMinent. of the Bald Ie ill' "'let.\!. SAL) A..I. Thomas ah'e .!I 11si sella
Bradford ,
I -to the left having a April A, n. 1941.! at County prop 6. 6 6 'I'
I curve feet and a total Bradford: Starke, in Telegraph Is designated. as the ertv under the mild pertlflrntt* is. Clerk Circuit: Court, B ,' a II f t.,'ii till iliit l'l III.ICTIOV I ,ioI. Drop* "
11.469.2 County Florida. r" I '
l eiIU ntral: .I of anula i (if 17 degrees 33': (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. .Thomas I I shall newnpap he published In which this. notice sued Lumber was Company.In the name of Empire County, ."...rldR. 4-1K 4t 69OIIDIII The 'C Slat"itiiC 1-1 ot 10l"l Florida. >Kili to \VllllelMiie I Cough Drop ,JI I 'I; '0.5
said. curve 860 feet Clerk of the once a week fur
)wnee al..nu Circuit Court In and I four roiiHecutlve, weeks irnleas mid certificate shall terql'eiird OK Thomas" wit.." .residence Is.: Try i" Wonderful ? #
ore or !IIl.., to the West lln* for Krndford County Florida. prior to IM 111.1\1'10". : 'I "Uub.I.TIJ M 13,, s
i HI wii I *
\ .. dnMcrilied therein will be \ hereby notified that bill
of the ,8W"i of !Section' 27. Attorney for Petitioners. my hand and official The State of Flnrliln. to Allclii. "U lire '/.
14: sold. to the highest .
bidder ------------------ ---
I 01 BEGINNING; STATE OF FJ..Oltlr Real at Starke Florida, this) the at thecourthniiMe Waiters I h"i> rehlilenou IM un n'.
Ih'nrt"drillnil* along r said curve COUNTY OF BRADFORD ilnt. day of April. A. D. 1941. door on i thu first Mon known: You ale hereby notified. Ci'C
? or IUNMI to the Eaat I. A .7. (OFFICIAL( SISAL) .\. J. Thomas, day In the month of June'' 1941, that. .hill nf rnunplulnt for tllvorce .i: '
Thomas
n-1 feet more fleik of the r1
which Iw I the 2nd. :
Clerk dny of Juno,
of said l W4 of the EVj ofEll Circuit Couit of the Judicial Circuit Court Bradford and due affidavit for I his n'dpt'has
'me i 27. Elgrhth County Florida. ...25 4t 5-18 1941. been filed. In it,.. Circuit Couit <140ti1)
yvV'4 Section
the \ of Circuit In and : t '
of for
I llradford Dated this llth dny of April, '..t Bradford. .. ODC thu
County Florida
h'i
pAiiCEIj NO.8: do hereby its
certify 1041.
hat pcirtlnn of WV4 of KW of fh ttrheI I and foregoing; Is OIIIIKII OK PVIII.1CATIOV ( SEAL: ) .A.clerk J. ThomasOFFICIAL of Clr.cult n CIIUHB wherein; Selia Stephen: Wal.ters i 'I 'I 15*

EU'! vt SWuut' SectiOn *7, 'rown.1 a true and correct copy of the .. NOTICE TO APPEAR __ ._ I Court of Bradford" Countv Is plitlntlff and Alicia Waltersla "J itt .eli,
;iptouth.flBflge 22 East lying1fcithln Notice In Eminent: Domain Proceedings The State of Florida' to Edward I ".Iorld.... 4.18 4t 6-9 defendant lI,1 nnil you are naM h..r..byre'I .; I
< to In '
25 feet of ditch centerline Issued on the 30th Henry whose redden Is appear CUIINUun
day ( I I
sI"Ira"
June
w"I.u 2nd I 1941. Ui'ailf'.ril. ( ,
;
IrKTlhrd as follows: I of April A. U. 1941, l ; are hereby notifiedthat "un' '
keflnnlnir. on the South boundaryf Bradford County, a omr".cl"lIb. bill of complaint for divorce !SOTICF! 0.' tI'Pt.I-tTiO'd ty Telegraph Is denTgiiated as' theiiewxpniirr 'tt ::
W'' of E'4 of HEVi of division of and ; In which this order I .
Mid the State of Florida, due affidavit for this order FOR Tl&: IIKKUMen.te : .
\Hat' a point I r.1I f..tVeat and W. M. EdwardM, (Chairman T has been filed In the Circuit Court I ( Illll >,.. HUD shall four lie published Once M Wickfor '\ ::

if th. SK corner thereof: thence C. Chastaln J. I... Wynn, M.O.. of Bradford County, Florida In a OTllI I IH IIEKKKY: UIVEN. said.. ronnecll'lve weeks. priorto : & ,
II i North 1 degree S2' 62" East Harrell and P. D. Reddish as members cause wherein; Clara Adelaide! That L.. A. Davis,, holder of Tax hand and return ilate... Witness my "'4;
III fp.l: thence North It de. comprlxlng the entire Hoard Kelly IR the plaintiff and Edward. Certificate No' 132,. United the Bth official s al at Slarke it i <

,,rriS' 62" .:....t 200*feet"; thence of County Commissioners. of Brad Henry Kelly i Is the defendant and I day of August: A. D. hIll!: 1, has ruedsayie A.Florida D. 11)41.OFFICIAL, )thin. the aRt h day of April :z_.:__. h L MttlCurttlej
will I degrees 24 08 West a political subdivision required to appear : In my office and has made iJ ,1, .led
dofOt'hr.tYSt. r.aTJe.Ir.1: ( SEAL) A. J.
Thomas
:
fell I fret; thence North degrees : .. of Florida, Peti : June 2. 1941. Bradford 'application for a> tax. deed to I ba Clerk, Circuit 1 I I ttiruit'41f1,1
|7' 61" Ea.t 846.5 feet to the vs. Andrew Larnon and County Telegraph Is d..Rlg- 'issued thereon, Haiti' certificate : Court, llradfnrd' -=
tloner"b County Florida. 6-2 4t 6-2.1
boundary of nald WM of nated embraces the : i
rth 001 Larson his wife Defendants as the newspaper In which following described -
'4| of SK% of SW 4 at a point as the same appears on this order shall be published oncea property In the County; of Brad (
11 I fret Vest of the NE corner file In this office. week for four consecutive weeks ford State ..f Florida: to-wlt: IV TIlE {'IIIf"'I'rO"IIT Poll 'it '

proof; the kinds herein granted WITNESS: my hand and. official prior to said return date. 8KUof' HE'i Hec. 22 Twp. 7 R. TillK Hi I hilt JIDKItl. ('III.I ,.s !i i' I
intalnlng 1.06 acre., more or seal. at Htarke. Bradford County \" .Ine,," my hind and official R 21 E-' ., containing 40 Acres, more IT OK KLOMIUt. AMIKOli $ : I't *

|* Florida, this 30th day of April, A. Real. at Starke Florida, this the or less. IIK 5..U..U"I> ('01"%'l''', IV 1.
IARCF.L NO. 2: 1941. 19th April. A. l>. 1941. The assessment. of the said prop.erty (P11 \M IOIIV: \ ) J :
hal part of the East 399 feet r OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomasas ( dar.ot SEAL) A..I. Thomas under the said certificate, I...- Harold lIr.h"r"'I..k.. "I ,

itt NEVi of the NE'4 of Pan-j el..rk. Circuit Court Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court BradfordCounty sued was T In the name of C, L. Plaintiff I- I, \' ,
inn 14, Township 6 Rang* I County Florida. 6.2-Bt '5-30 Florld.-Uy. J. R. K..llyz Peek. \Ck"k" '
1 Bait lying "" HOIII.h. feet_ of )Deputy Clerk. 4-2S 4t 6-16 Unless said certificate. shall be Olive '!
I redeemed fh i'd/al/ ;
according to law the Defendant.
I nnt-rllne of State Road 261 -
IM TIIR nun IT roniT OK TIlE ,
described therein' will l i.e DivorceOllllK.II.'IO
ncrlbed a- follow: RIHIITH JI'lUCItL'' Clliri'lT. :\OTI4'fJ OP I'I'r.1''1'10" TO :I'Ony : '. Cr",
blithest bidder at the
|omn.nc< on the East Un. of nilAIIKOItl ('ot' 'I'r. Kl.0ltll> \ l APPLY TO 1.1'01"1.1'1'11.' : courthouse door on the first Mon. TIt B HTATH; ; OF; ;1.. :ttIWAj i ( ,

lion 27, Township 6 South! BlttIFOItI' > COUNTY A, POLITICAL OV FI.OHIItl '('0 PVXH LOCAL day In the month of June, 1941 Tu: Olive 'I..k. Mil Klbert Lane
hr' 22 Kant at a point 72 SUBDIVISION OF THHSTATR > OH ", PK.CI\I, LAW which Is the 2nd day of June 1JI4Il.uteU Woodhaven New York.<< it I I"a'; "a' :
North It, the Sre corner OF. FLORIDA AND W. Notice Is h..r..hyJlv..n/ to all < this J71h. day of April It Is hereby onlnred that you ;
._f and run North 89 degree JkC HOWARDS. CHAIRMAN. T. whom It may concern that the undersigned t are required, to ni'i>ear on the ifnd 't ,'1'' '
Weal 828 2 feet to ,the. ...alnt U-C. CIASTAINJ..L. WYNN: M. Intends to apply for (OFFICIAL SBALM- > A. .1. Thomas day of June, hIll before the :
ft curve to the right having O HAKREI AND P. I>. HEll the Legislature of Florida to pass Clerk of Clrculi Court of frndfcr-i Hliove entlllvd. Court, to the Illll we'll ,
idlui of 11.4502 feet and a total DISK! AS MEMBERS COMPRIS- at the regular session held In 1941a County Florida. 4-18 4t 5.9 of Complaint filed against you In J" 1. k:2lw'i
nlral angle of 17 degrees 82' INU THE ENTIKH RO R1> OF special or local law concerning I I tha above cause, mid "Tha Hrndfi L d
.u't along Raid curve 492.82 COUNTY COMMISHIONEUS" OFPHADFORD Bradford County which law In ] "rd County Telegraph" Is. herebyiloslgnaled 1"I
.1 to the Wei line of the 8E>4 'OVNTY.- POLITICAL substance Is: TO WHOM IT MV C(,"CKII> I a. the newspaper. In '
the IIt% of said Section 27 "SUBDIVISION' OF THE< I An Act ratifying and confirming 'TAKE NOTICK: THAT. on 1""10 which this order ,Rhnll. bl pulillshedone Ilj,
It I point 81.a feet North of the STATE OP .FLORIDA Chapter 17824 Acts of 1037. Model A' Ford Sedan Engine No. a week for four (4) vvnsacu- 11 .. Ill'rut '
W corner thereof. Petitioners 'i Lawn nf !Florida I : relating I to salaries A-39U1694. beating 1941 Tag. No. time Weeks' I -
11 t belnit I the Intention of thin -'. of County Commissioners of 11-3447 with an appraised. vain WITNESS: : the Honorable) A. 55.Adklns 'let'I
litrument to convey that part Luclna M. -Clark Bradford County Florida; and pro. of less. than 11.000, was netted In. as Judge of this Court ; t' .r
f It. Kant: 399 feet of the NBV Defendant. viding" for expenses to be paid Bradford Couniy i Fln"hlJIll..,. and the 1-1..1 I lOt thin Couit In the 5'F .
th. NK'4 of said Section 34 NOTICE > K"'II\-K' T DOMIV to members of said. Board, not to 31, ,1941, for being used In violation city of "Clarke, Bradford County ,
i h* within 100 fret If the een- PII(t(.. .:u I''''CIN exceed twenty dollars per month of Section!i: ii Chapter 19'lul' .Florldii thin I 1st day of May 194 I.ciiteuvr I. 4. 4.
nina of mate hoed 281, and no TUrn NAME OF THE STATEOF In connection with the supervisionof Ijiws. of Florida, 1939. ami that It COCUT "1.Ar.: ) S. .
il IItr lunda.fo FLORIDA. road woik In the districts of Is the Intention' of Jo).' W. Hear.brough. A. J. Thoinus C I

., and each of you, arc hereeommHiidid TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON the County. Director of the Slat Ileveraga -. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Ilrad- -"V #_. r ; 'a.hi.
of .Florida ..
CERN: Board of County CommlsMloners Department TitlliihaHsoe. trI County Florida .
to he and
I the Circuit Court In and appear for AND to I.u--lna M. (Clark whose of Bradford Florida. to sell the propertyabove Lloyd. Has. 'Thl. Dmtroit d./,8 prtc* /nrucMl. Federal ,.*_ and all .tmnttmrduuiprnsv.il 11 .

''iiroril County, at the place of residence Is Starke, Flori County Florida.By deRi-rlbod at public sal at Attorney I for Plaintiff I .n.prr"",,". mtmtm and local fmtmm ). Front Ii It; .
'I. of tha;: rlrlgrlld Court I ; the Court house. MI"rk".t. Florida, at I 1:12.1: llarnett Nat Ilk. Kldg I ,, tJir9t.tionml mignrnl* bump and whit ".1.1,.. at .t.h, elf,. ettmtvrtth
'Ih. (Olty ...f Htarke, Bradford I da.And to all persons having or \v, M. Edwards, Chairman. 10.00 A.! M. (in MaJl...,117. 1941. kRtnvllle. ......,Idl.. 6'2-4t.5-23: turnout ., only 9JS mutt*. StMt DA dealer lo ttijrbudget ,"\ .
inly Florida, on or before the I claiming any right title, interest, 6-2-Dt-6-3* The Slat llevetage Department trw fttcmm ubjmvt la ch.n,* /( ttot '
of the
Florida reserves to
right
day o( Juie, A. D. 194 to I estate mortgage or other lien to bids. 'CoEIu H \ITI.IC\TIOV 1,1t '
and all
"hat right, title. Interest or or on that certain parcel, of land TO WHOM IT M4.Y ( OCERI' All reject persons any rimming.. any right or TlKl.lvM: : J. P. Roberts Motors :
rou, or any of you. have In I in Bradford County ,Florida whichIs TAKE NOTICK!: THAT one 193S In. Interest In or to Raid' property or (''.''8'. Illll, '... lll.tNOTI'MJ > ttIJi1.AiI
Li any r acid above described I Included In that part of tate! tornatlonal Truck Engine No. II. fllVKN.;
IS HIOItKHV;
:
T. .lbe|. of I land and to dhow cause Itoad '6521'No. 261 designated. HII "Pro I I I)icl:54.ir: b I fdkUdfc ''e. any part to appear thereof and are 16 hereby make such required i That !T.: T. Alderman, :; .Holder i>lTot Temple Avenue STARKE. FLORIDA If ,1'i

the same should not be taken ject as located surveyedand No. with an clnlms' within thirty Uti lnv< CertlfU-Ht" No. "170, Innued the ;
%u."" and PurpORes set forth platted by the State Itoad appraised, value of less than ".000 '] -
aid Petition to.wit a. right Department of the State of .. wn. seised In Bradford County, (
'a'j. drainage ditches and bor- and shown by right of way map Florida April 9, 1941 for being ..
for B section or portion thereof on file In the office of imed In violifliin, ; <>f Section V,
8tt. Road No. 2U. designated, the Clerk of the Circuit Court In Chapter 19101. Law. of Florida e
Project 6621. an located cur and for Bradford County Florida 1939, and that It Is the Intention jI .
ii ad and "own on said map or and In 'accordance with the Petition of E. W. Scarborough' Director of

hi 1 h5reinabove referred to. or de- I filed In the above entitled the State Beverage Department of ki1
KtfvLS* entered against cause by Bradford County a political Florida Tallahassee. Florida, to
my hand| a(| cerk'of : subdivision of ,the Stat. of sell the property above describedat I

_Cirnit,, i Court In and for Brad. Florida, et al., against y."ou'dea.::: public. sale at the Courthouse,
CI.dounIY. Florida and the seal each of you, ;seeking to ; Starke, Florida, at 10:00: A. M. on '-I
rurt' this the 7th day "' I for public road and highway pur. May 27 194*.

fctiarj, A. JP- 194i at Stark. In : poses; said parcel of land, situate= The State Beverage Department of traaIA
County Florida. I lying and being In Bradford County Florida reserves the right to reject J44

k PICIAL SKAL) A..I. Thomas Florida, and more particularly any and all bids. 1, (
of the Circuit Court In and described as follows: All persons. claiming any right or '

,radford ..uunty. FIlJrlda. A parcel of land described a. interest In or to said property or
rank Landrun thereof are hereby required )' fRI
Beginning on the West boundary any part
wile7 for J'eUtioner. 'Of EH\ of HEV4 of SB>4 of Section. to appear and to make such C

27, Township I South Range 22 claims within thirty (30) days from a
ThE ('rnc'7orRT -OF- TUB East. at a point 670.06 feet North the data' of the First publicationof I

II.RTIt 4ll>lr'..' CIBCUIT. of the SW corner thereof; then..eSo"th this notice as provided. for bv .
''h"ORn tOIIMTV.' 89 degrees 50' East 4S1.66 Unction 12. Chapter 19301 Laws of
FLORIIIA
Ar.FOHII(, (C'OrNTT A POI I.w feet; thence North 0 degrees 10'1iaat Florida' 1939. the State Beverage
{CAL. On'VWION'! 101)( feet; thence North R' degrees Department of Florida Tallahassee.
OF THE .
all such rights and interest
300 feet thence Florida or
oF !" > 60 West ;
EtWARrH riIDA.CHAIRMAN AND W. North 0 degrees. 10' East 100 feet: In and to said property shall. :
T.
r'l1AMTAtN.> J. thence North 89 degrees 50' West cease and terminate.
U
M.
WYNN
RAttitil.L.,; AND PKEO 166.24 feet to the West. boundaryof B. W. Scarborough,
!KH Ai! MI'MH"RS: coMputs-- said EH of 8E4 I!:! of SKVi.:\ ; Director. Stst Beverage Department -
: thence South along said Wait of Florida Tallahasse Flor-
:
t'NWE tNTiH.J ,
BOARD OFA'F
)t 4>26 6t (-23IV
Ida.
COMMTI4t4IONERS Oil'onn boundary 700.36 feet to a point
('''[T nf hMirlnnlnv mild narcel of land
At. $ L'ItpgVIfloA TY. A OF POLITI.TuB i ;,---PM"t'" of--said E'% of 815V;: TIlE CIRCUIT ('O I HT EIGIITII

ATR "" of BE"4 and containing 6.67 acres flKCI'IT OK FLOIt.ll .
TI r:8 .0 RmA. Jl IHCI4L .
.N more or less. > \. IM 1 AND YOU IIHADFOHI) I I ID
,ILan.4,0- You and each of ;you, are hereby ( ''S5.f
r.w and Mary Doe tar commanded to be and appearIn Ol'NTY.l... ('1I... eNRy
tic
.
Wlf. I the Circuit Court In and for Margaret Dukes, ,
hd Bradford County Florida at the Plaintiff,
kit. i; IwIjKJTI : DO..U"PIIOf office of the Clerk of said HradfonlCounty Court .v.. No. not

.:jItItC In the City of Ktarke, Lester Dukes. '
19' N'\\H:\ or before the endant.
OK THE Florida. on lIe?
STATE
""''IUIIA. 2nd day of June A. D. 1941 to ORDER (IF SERVICH.NOTICE .

>.!'I ALL WHO IT MAT COMUrnlna.rl show what right title Interest or : TO APPKAK
rson and Mary and to any of said above describedparcelsof To Lester Duk..... whose residence

'""finr., V'r Wife whose PlaceH land and to show causa I. Fltxgerald' Georgia. 9',, ;
? Garden why the same should not be taken It .Is hereby ordered that yon are u !
City L.ong
'd N. for the uses and purposes set forth required to appear on the 2n.l.
"'% 10 atl persons having In said Petition towit: for a section day of June A. D. 1941 before theabove
Itg any or of Stats Road .d court to the bill of
*kt or portion NO'j entlll
''e title. lnter. I
,
> st.
I l in the
6621
MurtIai or other 281. designated a. Project complaint filed alll'.ln.t you 1
l lien to
that Cetrlaln located surveyed and shown on above entitled cause; and "The
parcel of land I
tradffl" !
herelnabove. referred T.I"erap" la Isii'
Counl said map or plat Bradford Counly
.
3"u "o, part of Stats .
Hi order shall be pub.lI.h..d
this
designated against you. In which
tt3l" .. 'located a. "Pro- WITNESS my hand as Clerk of I once n wsek for Four con.

Watte'd' by the surveyed the Circuit Court In and for Bradford secutlve .....ekLWltne.
""".nt of the tltat. Road County Florida and the seal .. my hand and the seal
.hown b" tltate ot Fior'I'd of said Court. this the 30th day I of this' court at Htarke, Florida

Ii,bar.of On file right In the ot office way of April A. D. 1941. at Starke. In this. 22nd.. day of April. A. D.

Ad Clerk for Bradford of the Circuit ,Court Bradford oFFICIAL. County SEAL) Florida.A. J.: Thomas1 I 1941.OFFICIAL BEAD A. 1. Thomas, ".

ftta,('n* In accordance! County Flor I Clark( of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court.Chas. ( ..' : 1!:
|> with the
filed I Fla.Plaintiff .
t b5 Bratlford In the above entitled I for Bradford Landrum County Florida.T. R."Hess Attorney., Jacksonville.4.36 4t 611OF T ..

P'' .Uh"lvllon| County pol- I Frank Petitioners. I 'p. .
Attorney for
ld.. .t of the lltate of I I .
0 aL, against 70u. and STATE OF FIXmiDA I NOTI'E A pri.tr vno* '
'ou. I ?
I"""''' seeking ">> condemn' COUNT OP BRADFORD Clerk of the I II Von TAX: DEE> .
roatl and I, A. J. Thomas. Bill *.. Id .
I wid highway pur.I I Judicial ("rnat* "
.
?** bini i of land *Uuat*. I Circuit Court of the Bradford Eighth Coun NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN, ,
'.l,,. ; '" Bradford Coun- 1Clrcuit In and for certify that 1 1I That 11). A. Ed wards, holder of Tat
sad more particularly t,. .. An hereby Certificate No. 14J.: Issued the 4th .; 1I
I and foregoing Is a true hastiled ,
1 the above Notice In day of August. .A'otrac.2n4cl
%
of the
E I ., Eaee.. Acid caw. I and Eminent: correct Domain copy Proceedings Issued made I same application In my for a ) tAt deed has ,'

You pa'n. I on the 30th day of April. A.1 I to be Issued thereon. Ms Id. certificate _
5 01 Stomach D. 1.... In the case of Bradford1 I' embraces the following desrrlbed I.

fbLCes Ulcers IndIg..stkii I County.the State a'of political Florida., and W. M.Ed .Bradford property Stare of In Florida the Co.nty, to-wlt of: UNDER AUOR or THB OCA :OLA COMPA BY .
I
Heartburn I T. C. Cha.- I II S
I Twp.
Belch1llar. I !! wards. Chairman NEW of BBV4 Section
Harretl
altett r5 axnp!. of UDCA I taln J !.. Wynn M. O. u 8.' R 23 East containing 40 acre., STARKE COCA.COLA BOTTLING CO.
S free Intpre.ti" and p' D. Reddish, a. member'1'more. or Ie"..
booklet at comprising the entire The assessment of the said proorty I ,
t.< I of Bradford I
na'S Commissioners said certificate Is- -
DRUG STORE I County County a political subdlvuion of under the .


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,,4tia i ( ,:' PAOli: Form '..., BRADFORD'' COUNTY- TKUEORAtll.: "!: STARKE.' FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY Hi!

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IIfIR] SOCIETY and CLUBS ---- w -


OPENING -

d aM Woman's Club Members Birthday Party Mrs. Sternberg Hostess -
F Hear Address For George Canova To Afternoon Club

..4.,n '-, By Mrs. Black George Canova, son of Mr. and Vt Kingsley Lake I

tai The regular meeting of the Mrc. L. A. Canova, was four Mrs. N. Sternberg entertained
with a covered-dish luncheon A&P Food Store 236 Call St.
M ripY, Wednesday Starke Woman'afternoon Club was at held 3:30: years old on Friday of last t Tuesday at 12 o'clock, at her E

o'clock In the club auditoriumwith week end his mother gave him summer home on Kingsley Lake,

the president Miss Evelyn a party, to which 20 little friends and her guests were members of I (Formerly located at 104 Call Street)
In the chair. Mr" T :K. came and made merry with him the Afternoon Bridge Club and a
r, Stump few additional In order to better serve our friends and customers in Starke
guest
the I
; :ItcCIane. Jr., secretary, read A color scheme of red and we are
j minutes of the previous meeting: white was used In the flowers Luncheon was served on the pleased to announce the opening of our large new store located at 236 E,

ro and Mrs. W. H. Hart, treasurer, for decoration and In the refreshments dining porch, where the long Call Street. This store has been planned from the beginning with
financial report. table was covered with a green thoughts of our customers' comfort and convenience
i gave the and favors With Mrs uppermost in our
During: the business meeting Canova at the piano, the children luncheon set and centered by a I minds and we urge you to visit us today. We want you to see this
4 + Mrs. McClane read a letter from learned the song, "I Love the bowl of Radiance roses I beautiful new store which has been equipped with the most modern de-

i Col. I* R. Pouot of the medical Flag and they also learned to played Following and at luncheon the close, bridge of was the vices for proper care and handling of fine foods. See well stocked

corps at Camp landing thanking march In a flag drill. progressions it was found that shelves; large selection of seasonable fresh fruit and vegetables and the

t r : the club for and the for flower donating container After singing "Happy Birthday; Mrs. J. W. Andrews had made gleaming Meat Department where you can secure your selection of choice

shower at regular to You," refreshments were high for club members, and Mrs. cuts of fancy Western meats.Be .
flowers to the hospital served to the children. The large I I H C. Ritch for visitors-.each sure to visit us today; take advantage of the many unusual values

.'r 11 intervals.IC.. O. Duncan and Mrs white cake was topped with four received a pair of hose. Mrs. P. that offer celebration.of this event.
red candles, and the favors were J. Langford of Frostproof, house
elected as -
;jt t L. A. Canova to attend were the Trl-Coun- red balloons and flags. The lat guest of Mrs. W. B. SeweD, was ANN PA CREAMY SMOOTH

delegates Federation meeting to be held ter part of the afternoon was given the guest prize, linen hand A&P Quality Meats

In ty Lake Butler on May 23. Mrs. spent In playing .games on the kerchiefs; and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- DRESSING I s sthl8
lawn. klns' also linen SALAD
.J' .; Jfl.! M. Davis and Mr a. N. D. Wainwright was presented
Jr., were elected as ali Assisting in entertaining the handkerchiefs for winning In a Fancy Western
children: were Mary Lee Over- bingo game.
i ternates. With a delicious tart sweet flavor most people prefer. Let
street, Beth Knight and Guests Included Mtrs. Charles
Merry :
: t was unanimously -
a
,: Mrs. Kate Shepherd choice dressing enrich favorite salads. Nationallyknown
elected to membership in Una Ray Caldwell Collins!, Mrs. Max Snyder, Mrs. your BEEFChuck
Eugene Jones, Mrs. Junius :M. forquality.
'i the club. Smith, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs.P PINT QUART
i:." Miss Stump introduced Mrs G. Sigma Chi MeetsThe 15c 27c
.:. 1' A. Dickinson, president of the J, Langford o f Frostproof JAR JAR Beef
Petersburg, Ind., club; Mrs A. W. recent meeting of the Mrs. W. B.; Sewell, Mrs.: A. Z. SULTANA Luscious; Broken Slices
:
d''. Itloodaworth, president' of Junior Sigma Chi, young peoples' or- Ad kins, Mrs. L. F. Chapman.
,r c, Y Woman's Club of Lake City and ganization of the Presbyterian Mrs. D. A. Montelth, Mrs. H. C. PINEAPPLE 2 1-2 15c
r ;yq JIlHS: Gertrude Ely of local Y M. Church, was called to order by Hitch. Mrs. B. L. Biggs, Mrs. Can Roast Stew

L'' .. C. A., who were vlnltors for the the president, Mary Alice Yar- J. W Andrews, Mra., O. L. Pounds TALCOGROWING
r 4 afternoon. Miss Ely gave a short brough. Haynes, and Mrs! E.) L. Matthews 25

talk, thanking the club for the The treasurer's report was given MASH 63c Lb.> Lb
aF r splendid co-operation with the by Roger Mathews, and the secretary 21c lOc
1 ,j t' Y, ML C. A. Josephine Johns, was .V., S. C. S. Will Meet DIXIE CRYSTAL FACTORY PACKED
4;) Mrs N. D. Wainwright, first given |1 to purchase scrap bookt The Woman's Society of Chrla-
.. vice president, gave an Interesting for mission hospitals
; 26c
o.' r .Ian Service will meet Monday SUGAR 5 Lb. Bag
report of the beautification After discussion It was de- if ter noon at 3:30: o'clock at the Fresh RathsBLUE
committee of which Mrs I* D. cided to the cookie ,
t postpone sale fethodlst church. Program and ROSE Sugar CuredHamburger
Vining Is chairman. The report for another week. .mslnesg meeting. Ground

't. stated that the grounds around -__. __ ______ _______ H ____. RICE 5 Lb. Bag 25c Bacon
.. the courthouse hud been beautli. -
.' :., .'n fied. Mrs. Wainwright also gavea
: Callstreet -
report of the health., commit Carolyn: ROCK GROUND MEAL OR Squares

tee, stating that Mrs. K. L Williams - -------------------- GRITS 5 Lb. Bag 13c
1 chairman, had taken flowers -
to the Camp Standing hospital. Poor ole Aunty Caroline Mrs. O. J. Griffin Evelyn Ritch, Lb19c I Lb- 17CSunnyfield
Always get tin' left behln' Madge Middleton,' and Louise' TOP-1O Juices of 10 delicious vegetables I
I
Following the business meeting Hear tell a life mag. photo- Kite among the few femmes sit- COCKTAIL 3 &T 25c .
't,'i's.'.'. Mrs Duncan Introduced ,Mrs. F grapher was at the "Y" tether tin' in the revlewln stand at the _
+ K. Black, sectional! vice presl- Thursday night, up on a ladder, i 31st Division Review las' Sat- ; ,
1 ;: dent of Lake City, guest speaker akin' shots of the soldiers and tlday They hob-nobbed with 25 Pounds TALCO Fancy Western Tendered
+ ? for the afternoon. Mrs Black femmes playln' bounco an' dan- governors, an* 'generals, an' say Scratch Feed 55c '
chose as her subject, "The Wom cln' Surnpln told me I that Mrs Persons (Gen.) is the PicnicsSPARKLE

en's Tart In National Defense." shoulda dropped around that mos' charmln person ever 3 ForlOc LAMBShoulders -
The speaker handled her subject night, but I let a cute little buck Seems that all our bright young SPARKLE GELATIN

<, in a very able manner, bringing private from Alabama talk me youngsters are on the Blanding Dessert 6 Flavors Lb,
;. out many points by which women ''nto takln' In the show, Im teatl. payrol now: Jacqueline Andrews, I _
are aiding In this universal Jan't help but feel It)might have Martha Mathews, Louise Stern,
.. defense problem. been> the turnln' point in my life Judy McRae, Buck McMillan, SUNNYFIELD-Fresh Crisp

tr lira, Bloodworth gave a' brief had I landed In those snapshots Carolyn Green, an' scads of others CORNFLAKES Iff' 5c **. 15c
,
talk.on organizing Junior Women ", Hollywood producers would I _
have noticed my beauty and Speakln' of jobs Jack ,
Clubs, and commended the local I I IONA BRAND-Plain or Self Rising, : '
charm and then POOF Glamour Halle had four inducin offers
very :
r partment.chapter on organizing this de- gal; Carollyne of the cinema followin his beln' selected as FLOOR Si b, 39c B g b. 73c Pork Chops Fanc\sateen 25c

+ During the social hour the formerly just plain Carolyn of "most outstanding 1941 graduate"at
hostesses served delicious refreshments the newspapers Well, such Is B. H. S. Finally decidedto Fresh
.I4 BROOK rPure Creamery
SILVER -. Fancy
qa .' of Ice cream, and cake. life! At least it'll make a accept the Washington, D. C Tub or Fish Steaks Boneless I. b. 23c
Each plate was decorated with good. story to tell my grandchildren opening .. Messenger in the BUTTER Print Lb. 40c "
''"': a dainty bouquet of sweet peas Howgranny gave upa House of Representatives FRESH GROUND PURE PORK SAUSAGE
1)) The hostesses for the afternoon future of fame, wealth, and Don't forget to practice on your FreshMixed
'i.+''' were Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. numerous husbands jus' so a soldier clarinet Jack, EGGS Doz- 25c Meat Pound. 19c
from Blanding would have Anyone with cut flowers or [
.. ; K. G. Duncan, Mrs W. II. Hart,
t.i. ,' Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Mrs. M. F. company at the movies potted plants to spare, please take I Join The Thousands Who Save Up To lOc A Pound On Fine Fresh Coffee

9'. Brown, Mrs. C., A. Futch, and An' speakln' of the "Y" 'em to Grace (Mrs. K. L.) Wil !\ 100 Percent Pure
.
f : Mrs. R. A, Green. Another of their gorgeous dunces llama' house nex' Tuesday moin- sated vegetable HydrogEIGHT O'CLOCK 3 Ba 39cd

will be held Sattidy night (May In' before 10 o'clock DO'S they Fine for cakes, pies, pas changed
,, Mary Sue Epperson 17)) Those of us girls who can be taken to C. B hospital try and fry1nlf'. Thousands of women who formerly paid higher prices have to fine fresh
Has Birthday Party received bids 1 to the "series" ', Eight O'clock ,Coffee and save up to lOc a pound. Buy the coffee that's ground

should cerfnlj feel flattered an' An' by the way, they can still "cxo before your eyes.
y 4 Mary Sue Epperson, five-year- not pails up this golden oppor- use lotsa magazines and books at
', old daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. tunity to mix an' mingle with the Blandlng Red Cross office i _, Lbo THE KIND THE CHILDREN LOVE-ANN PAGE
+ J. Epperson, celebrated her birth the khaki Now If somebody will jus' volun- 3 4lc
Lb.
day anniversary with a Can PRESERVES fe 15c 27c
lovely
{ Afternoon regulars at Canova'ecippln' teer to get 'em together we 2
party on Saturday ,afternoon, a coke, or eatln' a sun- might help 'em out Jars
favorite fruits In delicious kind of
May 10.Mra. t a. pure fruit preserve-made with the
dae: attractive brunette FlorledKIlllngHworth Hear Eddie Hartman (he and '
Epperton used roses as an' attractive blond Lowree are In Key West now, you ingredients: you would use. The flavor rivals the fruit Itself Take home a jar today,

?'f' her chief flower for decoratingthe Doris Peterson (ex-Tampa-lte) :mow) had his first submarineride OUR OWN BLEND IDEAL FOR INFANT FEEDING-WHITEHOUSE
home for this happy occasion. tother .
day" Involuntarily.
Recently India
conversed with I Ceylon
In a contest""pinning on thedonkey's Maine buck private or "yard-a I mean .' Seems he'soeen EVAPORATED MILK 4 Tan 25c

tall, prize. were won bird," as they call 'em up Nawth) plyln" his skill at, the, shipyards TEA EvaporatedCans
by Sylvia Alvarez and Kaapar who mournfully told me 'bout there an' was doln' some Safely; sterilized-rich in food, value -WJilte, House is ideal for
Duncan, each were given a beach his pet turtle .Inl hln' work inside a sub recently Its homogenized="There's None CouncU
: bail Oscar, who jus' 1-2 Lb. Lb Infant feeding. Better"= -Accepted by the
I didn't seem to thrive altho he :: when they suddenly de- 37c on Foods of the American Medical Association.
'' After romping In the, yard for I had a wonderful tub of water Jded to make a little trial run. Pkg. j pkg.
some time, the children were invited Vlthout lettln' Eddie Sultana
off Brand
If for a home, an' was fed regular! get -Tender Mealy
; ; Into the dining room where twice a day Further investigation Outside of gettln' a trifle sick -- -
Ice cream and cake were served. confirmed my first suspicion it the stomach, Eddie got backo Red Beans 3 .iJ 18c

The birthday cake was Iced In Oscar proved to be I shore, none the worse for & Vegetables -
white and ornamented, with five and gopher-not a water turtle wear Fruits N. B. C
pink candles. The favors were To those who Miss Amelia Ray reports over-
might
t pop-corn ties. balls and paper novel- about Oscar's future: He Is worry once tiearln' the folowing conversation u. s Not j iiue POTATOES English Style Asst: 33c
Assisting Mrs.
Epperson In the
more happily burrowin' or wallowln' among small-fry ,at, Sunday bI OUDt.a
serving and entertaining the' children in the sand Or what School tother ayem: I ,Green POUNDS 17cGrapefruit 'Laundry Soap "' '
were: Mrs. Morgan Rlch- ever It Is that gophers do when Tommy Smith: "When I grow !1 0
arde :Mrs. One Wiggins, Mrs. up I'm gonna be a soldier Octagon SSSf IQcp3.1'sg. lOc
4.;r Abe De ant and Mrs. A. M. they happily do! something Carl LaMar Johns: "That's man. Callt. FInD 9c _
Worth Heads
Rlchnrcle. lookln' at: The flowers Lettuce Iceberg "

v'' Little folks enjoying this party In Florence Flynn's aide yard gonna nothing.be When an elevatort"I grow up I'm Florida lSc Concentrated

were rum:Richard Vllda Moore Williams Martha, Madeline Land- The W. Alderman's lovely magnolias. The at Mrs H., A Q.! Mrs.startled E. J. Flynn, was somewhat Oranges sweet. Juicy, Dos Super Suds 2 SmaU15 C Pka e 18c
afternoon
Wednesday
Williams. Marlon Bishop's gray-blue Packard lSc
Large
Harrington An' Elbert when an airplane kept 25 Pounds TALCO
Smith's
Bobby Wiggins T. K. McClane green ditto oomin' over her house and a Lemons .lulcy. Doz.
III, Max Snyder, Florence Starting Mash 63c
Brown Worth llstenin voice from the clouds cried out: Stalks. iso
Marcus Brown, Jr. to: Ring Crosby Crisp _
Margaret and chorus' "Come to the airport! Come to 2
Rose Duncan, Kaapar Duncan Frank Lnndrum's version of "Dolores" the airport! .. Completely Celery Tender-
Edward Priest. Jeanette home-made Shredded Wheat N IQc
Inman phonograph records puzzled at first It dawned on Red iso -
-'specially theme
Sylvia Alvarez Jane and Henry where he an' her at length that the visitor Tomatoes Ripe- pound
Vivian
Rlcharde and Mary Carolyn Beet Saxonn' from the Jane Parker-Fresh
clouds must b e her Delicious' Angel Food
Percy Griffin blend
ant. sords In a medley of old their Southernairs vocal nephew, Buddy Gray of Gainesville Florldllo 4 For loo Barcake (iced) is19c
who's been takln' flyuV JuicY.
includin' "Cousin Fred's" _
Irf-'iv' In Orlando Recital lessons ,
theme Tblnkin' it mus' bea lOc
long "Suwannee River"Typical
When Music Week was observed matter of life an' death Mrs. strawberries, 3 Pts Enriched
Flynn jumped In her auto and VEL
1 In Orlando 21 piano Starke MAR
boom-erang: dashed! the three Dated
or four miles
teachers of the city had a Joint Marriage license blanks BANANAS
gave a
to the
In record' Firm
airport breakin'time
recital In which each presented slap-kadab out at County Large Sliced
Judge'soffice
.
,
Sure enough there was Bread
**$ one pupil from her class, and the tother day Surely Golden Ripe Lb. ..01'
Buddy waiting on the field iol
pupil selected 14c.
to appear on the would l hate to get MY man In POUNDS
: If program was the one who had I, ,he proper state of mind' an' then When breathless Mrs. Flynn pulled to a i 3 One taste and you'll say iu America's best bread Dui

made the most progress during' Jot be able to buy a license! board stop, he Jumped on therunnln' -
and said..unt
the year Pitner Vandlvlere Don't do us gals that
grandson of Mrs. G. W. way again. Vtrgle. here's a classified ad I
Alderman Judge .
was selected by his teacher wish you'd put in the Telegraphfor A&P FOOD
Hear
H Mrs. F. F. Stump Is the STOREcjfeeetd
Mrs. J. B. Moore, and the selec me this week. I want to sell
proud
51 tion he played was ,"Jocularity," possessor of an attractive my motorcycle! .
John white glider with matchln' chairs Well, folk Guess I can
4 by here Pitner Thompson.often When living Cor her,lovely,cool backyard quit on that one So long "and'operated bv the Great Atlantic &
appeared on Juvenile A Mothers' Pacific
Day gUt see you in the next 236 East Tea Co.
programs at the B. H. ...
S. Honors for Starke Ethel Biggs, Carolyn; Starke. Florida
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JlAY I', 1"1 BRADFORD COUNTY TKUSORAPH.! !: STARK: FLORIDA PAGE; rWD y :; '
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r- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I daughter Mr. and, Mrs.Saltish'3. :K.Edna Sparks", spent and I Baptist W. M. S. Meeting: To Honor Mrs. Davis Silver Meteor Stops, ,' "


.- ---- ... -----.--.--".- .. .. .... Mothers' Day .with Mr. Sparks' The Business and Program The W T Weeks Chapter Another indication that Starke jt"' :
-- mother, Mrs. Eh. 'C. Meeting of the Baptist W. M. S. .W
Sparks! and
United Daughters of the Con- :
visitor in Kiss: Ethel Taylor was a Jacksonville Mr. FWVarnadoe Is entering tbeelty classification:
waa a and Mrs. F. his slater, Mrs J: A. Roberta, atM will be held! Monday afternoon at '
G.wednedaY.EffIe punc8J1 shopper Thursday of last of Palatka, were guests Sundayof (canopy. the church, A youth programwill federacy, will give a luncheon The Silver Meteor, Seaboard'sefack '", 1 r''? !

week. her parents, dr. and Mrs. W *be presented,' and all Auxiliary ,Wednesday, May 21,. at one o' streamliner plying between '. ': r:

was a visitor P. Smith. Mr. and loaders are to be clock at the home of Mr and ti
:( Johns Mrs. Joe Cot troll, of requested/ New; York and Miami now ktops
fneaville one day lastDependable week. I Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St John Camp Blanding, accompanied by present. The Sunbeam babies Mrs. O. U Bea ley. The luncheonwill here' regularly at 4:19: p. nx on ;:, i rM'r '
made a recent business trip to Miss Kitty Hog ed, of Jack and their mothers : /M
to be
Mr. and Mrs W. B. Sewell and are pres- be given In honor of Mrs. its northbound trip. '
"
A. Reynolds Savannah, Ga. sonville was a weekend guestof sptytf' ent, "J',' a
L. daughter Virginia, *.Sunday .. s
.Irll ,
: L.
. and her A. Davis, President Florida rrrw l.
weekend In Leesburg.L I mother, Mrs W. B. Parks, in Leesburg visiting JCrs.' J. D. ai'Ina
the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent and Dr. Parks. Cottrell. Second "Y" Dance Division, U. D. C. AUTO PARTS' .
the week-end In Fernandina with 1\\ "

L D. \'Inlng parents"pent, Mr the Mrs. Mary Davis. Mrs. F. K. Blackburn and son Jack Haile, son of Mr. and The second in a series of dances I Building PermitsLacy I'SED' TIRES; KK1HIILT : ,:
with her Fred, of being sponsored the GENERATORS. AUTO : ,' .eqM
nd in At.Ga Tampa, are guests this Mrs. W. Q. Halls, left Sunday by Army : .
&L W. L. Joiner Capt., S. A. Bryant left Saturday week of? her parents, Mr. and night for Washington D. C, Y. : M. C A., will be held In the Conway at bun station on GLASS CASH FOR a "+: ,

for a two week's visit with Mrs. W. A. Colley., where he will be ,employed as armory Saturday night, May 17. Temple Avenue, concrete block CARS" AND TKCCKS IN ',.;,:,.'";
relatives in Bartow and In the House All enlisted men who have visited store ANY CONDITION.Used .' (',1'1 \ r shI
Tampa. messenger of Representatives May 9. $4,000; J. R. Mathe I
Mrs. E. E. Canova has returned the "Y" and have !signed the a
& R. II. Mathe, theatre of : s
con } t
from a visit, in Tallahassee with guest book prior to May 12 are Autos $25 up' : ,r
Mrs. R. E. Tanner, of Baldwin I crete blocks, 116.000, MAy 8.
spent last Sunday here with I her and son-in-law Mrs G. L.and Patten.daughter, Mr. Mrs William Morris had asher cordially Invited to' attend. HAS KIN S, ;)/ :,1 r* i

her mother, Mrs. Laura I. Powell. I I Mother's Day guests, her Ladies' Auxiliary TYPEWRITER K1IWONS-All AUTO PARTS'North ) ;

Mrs. J. P. Langford and daughter sonIn.lawand daughter Mr. and kinds 7.V each BRADFORD : :
Mrs. Roscoe Bartlett of Jackson' Members of the Ladles' Auxiliary of Town on Road 13 .
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and :. Phyllis of Frostproof, arrived COUNTY) TELEGRAM nor
ville, and her daughter, Mrs. of the Presbyterian Church :I ""
children and Miss }
Lois here
Long, of Monday and are,guests s;.,. .III
Cecil Price of Quincy held a delightful all-day we-p ,. _..... ,
meeting ,
Jacksonville, were Mothers' Day of Mr! ,and Mrs. W. B. Sewell.\ pp rIpa.ae.e.Ie ecz - -- ;

guests of. Mrs. P. H. Long. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. R. : ::::::. GOING TO TOWN ,,r Ida
Mrs. Rosa Duncan and daughter F. Clark, east of town. I
Mrs. J. C. Garner, Mrs. T. K.: '. '
Miss Carolyn Duncan, of Lake Slip covers for' the church SOLDIER? :i ?
Miss McClane ,
Preserver Marjor'e; Stump, who Is Jr., and Mrs, T. K. Mc
e Butler, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Dun were worked on during the morn '
teaching in Monticello Clone .
Sr.
spent were visitors in JERRY'S !
TRY ONE t t
Mothers' Day'In the home of her Gainesville Tuesday afternoon can and children, of Gainesville, ing and the afternoon, and at w

important in an emer- parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. were guests Sunday.of !Ir. a'nd noon a covered-dish luncheon was FOOT-LONC SPECIAL :. 'j 'I ,
Mrs. Ii:. G. Duncan. served. ,
need depend-. Stump. Mrs J. W. Kincald and mother HOT-DOGS '
You 11) :
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cy. A short business i _
Mrs.\ A. C. Durden of Tampa, meeting was tlt5 ,
t Automobile Insurance will return here today after Mr. and Mrs. Louis i ''W. Koch held during the afternoon with ALSO REAL 11011E MADE CHILIJERRY'S ; rf

occurs. spending the past week in Miami. and daughter, Mrs. Paul Hudglns, Mrs. K. M. Davis presiding. : yv
emergency lap
organ TRUSSES $3'g left Monday for a visit to Arcadia. twtee

Buy it now! Kaspnr>uncan, Jr., returned Mr. Koch and Mrs HuJjr- Mr and Mrs L. S. Hutto had I I :< t

Trusses carefully and .uoc...- Wednesday from Lake Butler Ins will return Thursday, while as their guests! during the weekend ,
E. Johns fully tatted in stubborn where he, spent a week with his 'Mrs. Koch will remain awhile their daughter Miss Edna 151 CALL STREET STARKE, Flit >''W et
harley caiet. Hutto, their .._. __.__._.__.pp._.,__ _._ .r- 1, ,, *ad
grandmother, Mrs Rosa Duncan. son and daughter. ,
Agency The Rev. and Mrs H. A. in-law, Mr. ,
I and Mrs. TillmnnHutto ---------- ';'1 a
Mrs. Charles has Spencer had as weekend guests and Mrs L. L. Jackson, r
Ensey
119 fait Call Street received -: their son and daughter-in-law, all of Jacksonville. L. S. Hutto : n s wt
word that her INSURANCE BONDS ,
son Lt. Lot AND @ r
.
Srk( Florida LIGHTWEIGHT $' Ensey is now Executive Officer on Mr and Mrs.. 'Sherwood Spencerof and Tillman spent Monday InLake -: nY,

IS SNUG FIT J.UUUPKoch the United States Steamship Hollywood. Mr. Spencer ia a City on business
>phone Drug Store Mayo. law partner of T. D. Ellis, Jr. : n M 0

no i THE TRAVELERS Hartford STARKE, *LA. Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., left HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY it
Mrs. John O. Scott, of Briar-
Mrs. E. W. Armstrong of Jacksonville yesterday for Alexandria, La.,
is cliff, N. V., is a house guest of where the will spend the next ten .
expected to come tomorrow
.
to visit Mrs. J. W. Mrs M. F. Hazen while visitingher days ''with Lt. McClane, who la i Constant Service Over 50 Years 4
husband, who' I Is 'R civilian stationed t L
a Camp Livingston.Lt. f
White and Misses Olive and
EAT THE HEAT AT. employed in the. Quartermaster McClane will leave soon for ;t o
Amelia i
Ray. department at Camp..Blanding. a three month's course in the Reserve Please Phone 146 Starke 1l'ib +NNWW

Officers' Training School at ,1''"
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Mrs. C. T.,. ,Jones came here t" M
KINGSLEY BEACH William Balm'1 'business( 'ma.nwho Fort Sill In Oklahoma. ... Mr'
.. .., ..... _
Tuesday from Tampa and will is erecting stre" buildingon - - - r I. J. : r

spend about two months with her Call Street, and Ralph L. ,, FISHERMEN !I1 '
aon-ln-law and Mr. and FOR ,SALE-butter Ml lies, S 1I
daughter, /
bothof, '
New
,
Bernstein.attorney; sass
O.
aa., $1 at F. Hemingway's.
Mrs. 't
I. P. Shepherd.Mrs. l Mt
York City, are looking over.pros I I '

Bathing Bar-B-Q pects for -neyv .enterprises in Bertha Pearce j' ewNl a
K.,, B. McLendon and Starke. .* Mrs and her Are You Ready 0rli'nine

Boating Chicken Dinners daughter, Jeanette, of Orlando, mother, Mrs. B. Haynes, had as
were week-end guests of loin.McLendon's their Mothers' Day guests Mrs. nfna
and Capt. and Mrs,''T. T. Long and Pearce's sister from MiamiMrs.. Seaton / lion,
Mr.
Bowling Shrimp ,Dinners parents son, Tom, and Mr. and D. Lake aw
Mrs.; E. S. Matthews Mrs R. M. Faver; a sister from Opens May 2O
P. Carpenter went to Baconton, City, Mr O. V. Phillips; Mrs. ',
Billards I Ga., and spent Sunday w r rq
Fish Dinners Saturday Bryant Taylor and son from Lake ,
Mr. and Mrs. H E. Tucker
: with Mrs. Long's and Mrs. Car- City; and Mrs. W. B. Haynes, of 'sat LetionN
had as guests Sunday Mrs. Tuck Mrs, W. T. : AN INVENTORY OF YOUR FISHING '
Trailer Park Cold Drinks penter's mother;, Jacksonville Also Mrs Peurce's TAKE '
er's nephew, Jerome Stemberg, ,
and Joe Holloway from the Jackson. daughter, Mr.. Mary Lane, and EQUIPMENT: NOW. WHILE YOU HAVE A 'l ..

Cottages Beer on Tap Naval Base ,at Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Henry Rowell little daughter. Ala.,,Marybeth are visiting of Birmingham her C II A N C E TO REPLACE MISSING AND ; 4

are now managingjhe. CoffeePot for a few weeks DAMAGED; ITEMS WITH QUALITY TACKLE .
., H. E. Tucker and J.. W. Andrews. cafe. Mr. and-Mrs.: : Elton .
i
CARRIED AT OUR STORE. ,
... Jr., tleft Thursday; May Martin 'are stilt the1 :owners but Ii'iI I ; S IM

8, for Sparta. Wis., where, Mr. have several other f Interests to I Mrs. 'R. A. Weeks had as '104S'

KINGSLEY BEACH Tucker attended a family 'reunion which they must devote! their at-,): Mothers"' Day guests at her home Rods .. _.__ __ $2.00 up tt ll i iN
at his home on Mothers' Day. tentlon. i j jat I "Lark Inn" on Santa Fe Lake ,

,I I I' her mother, Mrs. W. D. Dowty; Reels _._ _._ 95c up w'11lo
LAKE FRONT Edward Krause, ambulance ; her brother-in-law and sister Mr. ,
AMUSEMENT PARK .. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendozawere I .
driver-fa I' De Witt C. Jones, has here Sunday visiting Mrs.Mendoza's and Mrs. C. W. IMnhlnger, of Lines ... 75c up'Baits I .0nul
his .this week his mother Jacksonville; her son-In.law and ,
as guests parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. ,
040
Mrs. Edward Krausn.- and hisbrother I J. Griffin. They were accompanied daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 26c up
Smith and "Butch" and Mr and
John M. Krauss, of St. home by their son, Cliff ; t
Petersburg. After making a few who spent Iwo\ weks here with Mrs. W. P. liard In. of Waldo. Cane Poles 15c
NAT SEZ .. up
: days' visit to Chicago, they will his grandparents. Mrs. Weeks will leave Monday
for Raleigh. N. C., where she will
; return to Starke and spend some
c ;4 Summer time Is on the way attend her daughter, Mignon 81- [h
Krauss.
time
with Mr. !!
and that men less clothe and I Mr. and Mrs R. Q Buford. and son's dancing school revue.
daughter, Gloria, spent Wednesday -
more comfort. There In nothing
I In Jacksonville,, and were EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYV.
Drug Store ClosesThe
than
cooler and better looking accompanied home by Mrs Bu-

a ahapely gal with shorts on, and ford's aunt, Mist Rosa Unladen, II. A. MicKlnnon (Cut- is
i S. St. John, Owner Phone 142 tlA
there in nothing lens worth looking who will spend. several days in rate) Drug store cloned its doors Min
at than some men with them I I Starke. the first of the week and Mr. I I"I

on. One day In the privacy of McKinnon shipped moot of the 'It kin

my boudoir I tried on a pair, \ Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Futch and drugs and sundries back to his tl11yIW411NNX4alala/INIM4MHnMnnNUIIINAnNM11.>'>'' / < >Hi iiH etlAlXlpll111e11 ,I, Ilan N/al/ all I .1IWM.nnnIIlXWnldaINIIIINtlnaa' Crt

film rights are reserved. G. M. Slstrunk went to High store In St. Petersburg. 3 ,

I Springs Tuesday night to' be present Starke scema to be over-drug IIU$

at an important meeting of ged and besides Mr. McKinnon PHRKT } root

II the Eastern Star wben the Wore wanted to devote his full time to N.ud

I I thy Grand Matron of the state of his work as sales-manager for

II Florida, who lives In Tampa, was W. T. Glut realtor. H E R T R E5TRRKE
REAL HONEST-TO- making an official visit. The building is vacant for the +

I GOODNESS HOME time being but everybody knows

COOKED MEALS Mrs. W. B. Sewell was In Jacksonville Starke I FLDRIDRI1RADFORD ti yiin

I Saturday attending the -
Founder's Day luncheon of the I OEM CUPS Sfto per M- COUNTY'S MOST MODERN AND \ -'

DEPOT CAFEAT PI Beta Phi Sorority at the' BRADFORD COUNTY TEL E. UP-TO-DATE THEATRE .I

George Washington Hotel. Mrs. UKAI'II. PROGRAM WEEK; ; BEGINNING. MAY 18 :j
THE S. A. L. DEPOT Sewell was accompanied to the

'city by Mrs.:'Edward Burns and ,Sunday & Monday, May 18 19 ,> "'.

,1yI I Mrs. O. L. Ueanley.,? J. II.Watch-Make COURTMANCII "DOWN ARGENTINE WAY" '


,1 ta Mr" and Mrs. F. -*; Scott, had BUY WITH CONFIDENCEAT With Don Ameche, and Betty Grable r+

t e "PATRIOTICREVIVAL" as guests 'Sunday "Mr and Mrs.S. Paramount News Cartoon .Ner

C., Camel and"Hwo sons of YOUR IIOMK: JEWELER Also-On stage Sunday ,only-Toby and his Barn c : ;,

Ormond; L, A. Wynn, Mr. and I Dance Gang .. 1I. 1\i' ; t
Mrs. Lacy Wynn Mr. and Mrs. q.
Tuesday May 20 f
T. Richey ,
Raymond Edmund Silvemail. Mr. and Mrs.J. mW
1WI and Evangelistic Party Purvis Hazen, of Hampton: and ::1' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN" .r;

Biz Red-White-and-Blue Mr. and Mrs. W. A,.Scott of Or I.; With Bob Burns and Una Merkel i" 'a dE

TentSTARKE lando. -Information Please No.3& Pennant Chasers '
I
Also Stage Show .
I d's r f 4 FLA., Mothers' Day guests In the : i E
t & Thursday May 21-22 4r
Wednesday ,
k I s + a home of Mrs. William H. Struth
North Temple Ave., at and Miss Kate Struth' were: Mr. IL 11RC "BOOM TOWN" 'WI dN
St. Near D
r, rFREEMAN Washington on state Highway and :Mrs. W. L. Edwards and I, With Clark Cable Spencer Tracy and Hedy Lamarr ., t.' r ,hsW
-
Armory daughter, Fredrlka; Mrs.: Frank <[ ,
News
Paramount
Comedy
.1 No. IS. G. Bauknlght and daughter Jane / I .1.1I Vie

NOW GOING ON Merrill; and Martin Struth. all TNOiI1ES I Friday. May 23 ., 'I Y 0

of Jacksonville; and Mrs. W W, NOW .8 THE TIME"'"eE I "SAF ARt" s Jt''
Week Days: (Except Saturday Page and sons, Blllle and Martin I'r'1
10:00: a. m. and 7:45 of Lake City. TO BUILD With Madeline Carroll and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
)
I' Alao_"Sky Raiders" and Stage Show
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,.J Port-Holes.j p. m. Aladdn'a. < P.blc.t.d R. '- 1.
Ida Lulu Davis and Leonard n,on.y.Aladdin 1'
m saves your 21
and Cur 8y t Saturday, May i
'hundreds of them..keep Sundays: 2SO p. m. Smith, Jr., of the Senior' Department .' Certified' kumbtr Factory I '- DOU I.IFEATURE: t ."" .
Sewell. Barbara Production' Economy and ,1
7:43 m. ; Virginia
fresh air swirling about p. i Keen and' l'rane.'Coilsy'; of the Guaranteed Co.t. all combine to No. 1-"Take Me Back To Oklahoma" :: rr
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Message of Salvation. I .r moat modern and "'
: The Intermediate Department, a n dCeuneellors ono you With Tex Hitter ,
feet. A smart style Ministry ol Prayer for tucc.M'ul home building rtiulU.Complete .
(be
tan your Mills Carol White and ,
end White / ) architectural Mrvlce No. 2-"Phantom of Chinatown"With wllyM
the Sick. Mrs. L. F. Smith, of the Methodist construction
cslfslta during tile i financing aervle'
for comfort Keye Luke and Grant WithersAlso' ,:'
(' Everybody ,InvitedA League attended League and luporv''.'.". Call today.
I
hot summer months. s Union at loterlachen Thursday venlng' by appointment, Cartoon '/il1"'P.;,

-5 RpecUJ Welcome for the I evening of last week. The Pa Authorize. CejitrjIteprenentaUvr:) Midnight Show Saturday "; 3 a d ,

Ilea of ,Camp Standing : latka League presented a very Interesting 1)eaer'a 11 .
KILDARE GOES HOME"With
I program after which Florida Home: Knterprlnei "DR. <
STERNBERG'Sr FBa. 103:3 neb.', 13* 'everyone went to the Park where '103.501 Manonlo Temple KUg. Lionel Barrymore and Lew Ayres ; 1 I s .

a recreational and social period Jacksonville Florida Also Comedy Stage Show n'ii'
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4 HAMPTON who visa going elsewhere to trade PINE---LEVEL visiting Mra. Vtcie Davis at went to the House
t
rt Brooker BrevitiesBy Sanderson Sunday. alderat for Ib
1 because of the crowded conditions By Mrs. IL M. McBa on.

sk i By Mm. Bf. W. Morrow .Mr. Crawford: replied: "I've In writing, bra,
never heard anything except: Eld. Pruitt of, Atlanta, Ga., Maines ComplimentedOn the spirited huh
''F AT,TIlE CHURCHES Mrs. I* L. ParkerMOTlIERS' Mina Joella Barry of Jacksonville ; about the parking meters. I did and Elder W. E. Hall of Green' measure, Editor fight over

: spent a few days at home hear some say that If they had Cove Springs\ were visiting; the His ConductIn "Senator Kllgore, _
,. ; Christian Revival started Moths Hal Y
$ 8ERVICH3
,E, DAY last week with her parents, Mr. to pay to park they would go bedside of H. :M. MkrRae Thurs- Senate Debate Butler delivered MaIne,,*
of attended
em Day.
crowd
A large people the
lG and Mrs. O. W. Barry. Mr. somewhere else. But I never speed
Baptist Services a* usual Sun- the :Mothers' Day services Barry baa been very III. but is beard anybody say anything day.Those who attended the revival ,Senator Hal Y Maine of Lake Of day against the pay incrgk
here Sunday commanding
church
day. at the Baptist able to be and out again. I'm to bearing
up about the soldiers. proud from '11II
y meeting at Bostwick Sunday Butler, representing Bradford and a powerful
4rnr ]tar. and Mrs. Glenn Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen have them here myself," be con- Misses Vest a and delivery \e I
here were Maine.
,
music was featured by Union Counties in the a new
the Mother's of Special and of Lake upper tnember
were Day gueata son Hampton were tinued. I Odessa McRae, Miss Dorthea Norman
Mr. Stewart' parents Mr.; and the choir and the Sunday School visiting relatives here Sunday. future branch of the State Legislature upper house promises to
Tias .
with Miss flaxen "Starke a great and :Miss Doris Coodge. of its! most
w Mrs W. T. Stewart of Lake Al at clauses the piano. Phyllis Mrs L. W Sowell was visiting ahead." said Mr. Crawford. "I Mrs. J. L. Stephens and Mrs recently attracted th. editorial baters There effective 11

Ilw; : feed The morning services began at friends In Mlcanopy Saturday. don't seewhy it shouldn't have. A. M. Stephens and daughter, notice of John Kilgore ,editor of i his style that remind Is 8Olletbi! ,
Mrs J. W.
11 o'clock with the Rev. C. A. Kelley was shopping There's nothing in the way, so Selma and Miss Shirley Quigley, the Tallahassee Dally Democrat. orators of the old one
Vivian Saxon of Pompano spent in Starke after-
Saturday school
far as I can see. Before the soldiers all of Park dinner The
Orange were
I the first of the week with hla Warren, pastor, who brought the r newllpapef'mention! cameas requires several fm
Mothers' Day message. noon.Mr. came here It was nothing. guests 0 f Mrs H. M.' McRae the result of Senator Malnea'speech pace and of 11 1
parents Mr. and Mrs. II. Y. and Mrs. G. H. Parker of uses hla hand ,
Saxon. Mitts Phyllis Hazen and Miss Gainesville were visitors here Just a drag-that's, all. Monday.We against Senate BUI No. vantage as he pours forth
Martha Lee Rhlmes sang a duet, are! sorry to report the illness 53, which provides for the Increase sentences punctuated ,
rh, Mim Ada Nlmmo was a business Tt-ll Mother I'll Be There"You Monday.Douglas Hazen of Tallahasseewas "We come to town as often as of Mrs. Alice Oliver and J. of circuit judge's salaries phasis f Younger YIIl\

visitor In Gainesville Monday are Invited to attend Sun visiting his parents Mr, and we ever did," said Joe E. Star- U Underbill and hope to see them from 15,000 to $6,000 per year. senior senators, more th&

day School each Sunday morningat Mrs. Fred flaxen this week-end. ling, who lives four miles out on well again soon. Senator Malnea voted against the i' the Juniors, he seems Inatlll
Lacy Wynn M. L Watterson 10( o'clock.SEWING Mr. and Mrs. Strayhorne. and the Lake City road, last Satur- Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and bill, as well as speaking againstit 'a place of prominence dCIJt!

day. "Traffic: Isn't bothering me daughter Mrs. A. F. Hall were but it passed the Senate and per chamber." IIIlb
CLUB MEETS children of Wildwood were visiting -
Jacksonville I about coming to town.
The Ladles Sewing Club held Mrs. Strayhorne's parents,
Mr. and Mrs :Mann Hazen, last "I have never heard anybodysay
burg. Ml MI., and her pont Rusnell its regular semi-monthly meeting about not comingto
Evans: of Greenville, Miss., and May 6, at the home of Mrs. R. F, week. anything
of the soldiers
-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp of town on account
Gano.
A. T. Turner of
tY Hattiesburg, are continued.
FackHonvllIe were weekend Mr. Starling
spending a few with their
days After a social hour of sewing, guests of Mrs. Nora Sapp and "It is hard to find a place to
Y later, :Mrs. C. E. While
Harper.
delicious refreshments were served Mr. and Mrs J. W. Kelley.Mr. park," he'' said, "but I do all my
a I in Hampton they will visit nearby by the hostesses, Mrs Gano Mrs ; and Mrs Marvin flaxen of trading in Starke. This Is the :

points of IntercHt. O. D, Colnon and Mrs E. C. Long. i Starke spent Sunday here with only place ,we know to go to get

,: Miss Mildred Dyer ley has The next meeting will be at relatives. anything'' to" cat Nobody!, of my
i y erected a 42-foot windmill this the home of Mrs. L. A Drown, Mr. and Mrs Alph Hazen of acquaintance has stopped comingon

week at her home Just outside and all members.are asked to be Orlando were visitors here last I account, of the crowds." t}

ty i the> city limits. pre+smt. week. I -

Mrs. .... M. Witt of Miami la I ; :
N. J. who lives on a
stalling with Mrs. M. I Wutter-
.spacious. farm near Graham, Is en-
son this week.
With Our Farmers
4 thusiastic over the farming out-
Jt
? y Mrs Eva: Dirt's daughter Mrs.
look. "We are all making more
t,+ jriora hello Brown, and baby, money-though, of course our
d1, Lnmar, are upending this week I A. L. Batten, who lives out near compare with Starke eight expenses have increased also," he
'
with her. months ?" tr tt 1 ELF
Keystone Heights on Road 28, ago stated.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilcox "I don't think It be ecru w ray
.
ways he does not approve of any just can "I sold my sumer crooked-neck -- l
Q pent the week-end. ]In Jacksonville no-fenct law. "A fellow who compared," replied Mr. Renfroe. squash for ,$2 a hamper In the -

+3 r raises cattle" he said, "can't/ do It's not Starke; it's just 'soldier( field" Mr. Davis continued and N U

:M. B. Smith and J. C. Turner much where there Is a nofencelaw town," or an 'army camp' ", *e made $107 on an acre."

were business visitors In JacksonVIlle because he doesn't have continued. "There Is as much difference Mr. Davis has 10 acres of

ti Saturday enough range for his cattle." between, .Starke eight watermelons that are looking
he and his father months ago and today as there
Although fine" although they are somewhat
Is between Starke and New York.
R. L. Batten, together have a late like almost everything else
,
uuuFrt New 940-acre tract of land, even this, When asked whether he had I this year. *. Hla tobacco is in
A' tr heard of farmers who had "
any
Modern :Mr. Batten stated Saturday la condition he states.
too
good ,
not enough for their cattle. They quit coming to Starke to do their .., .
I
Sanitary now have around 60 heud, 'but I trading because of the soldiers J A C K SON V I,, L L E
i the Mr. Ren- M.-, ')0eler former county
Expert are always raising young cattle : thronging streets J. and
Barbers KO that they plan to keep around I froe said: "I have heard the remark commissioner, has been so busyon
100 head. "They eat the grass I made by women that Starke his prosperous farm near Law- TAL LA" A S S E ENowt

For Quick Service Visit The off so clean that they just haveto had gone up so much on supplies ley that. he just got around to Florida Motor Line offers THROUGH and DIRECT service to Jackson-

have more range," he said. that they were going to Lake visiting Camp Blanding for the Mlle and Tallahassee without change Conveniently-timed departures enable joo

STARKE BARBER SHOP Butler to trade. But that was first time Sunday before last."They've to leave in the morning,'do your dropping or business In either city and return
more especially during the build I I found the
certainly right
In
the
,_.... "We aren't farme r s I We're evening. TWO departures going and returning. The FIRST TIME IN HISTORY -
There is "
ing boom. more of a spot he says. "I don't know of Bach
r strawberry growers"! was ,the response transportation facilities have been offered In this city.
k crowd now continued Mr. Ben- anything else that land la good
Our Beauty Service of L. L. Renfroe and Zary tree, "but the soldiers don't buy:I for, tout it seems to me it's an LEAVE EASTBOUND _________-_______________ 12:10 P. M. and 5:40: P. M.

't:4: Insures you of I Springs Crawford, Saturday, both afternoon of Hellbronn when groceries nnd the grocery stores''I, ideal location for an army train- LEAVE WESTBOUND :..:..______ _. ._ ________ 8:20 A. M. and 8:20 P. M.
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always looking] our reporter suggested that he are not crowded I Ing camp.. JACKSONVILLE $.60 One Way TALLAHASSEE $2.2:5 One Way

"r'- your best would like to interview a few I t
Zary Crawford said that Starke Mission Hall
farmers.
CONWAY'S
SERVICE STATIONCorner
We have real]
was far ahead of what It was 10
"Mr. Renfroe
'w skilled stylists] "how does, asked Starke the today reporter years ago. When asked about I: And Tabernacle Road IS &: Rood 48 Phone 147 S tarke, Fla.

;t to do your] eight months ago, he said there]I

4r work was a very great difference so]r The special services conductedby

MAGIC DEATH far as c prosperity was, concerned. Dr. V O, Kelford of Waterloo /
,+ STARKE BEAUTY "Used to be you could park ORIDAMOTOnllNESJVO
Iowa, were successful. Wednesday
Roaches, Ante Fleas
SHOI'I'ELocated Kd/J. your car most anywhere but now
Rats and Mice night, the prayer meeting
Near Eat loc'r ofCourthoine l It Is almost impossible to find a
)
Harmless to Humans & Pets place anywhere. I just go off A group from the Lawtey Baptist _

;tq 35. at Leading Drug Stores block or two and park," he said. Church was present. Mrs. L. W
Asked if he knew ,
of anybody Enfield, daughter of Dr. Kelford,

furnished special, mu lc. The

J children's chorus assisted. The 2ciINrW

sermon helpful subjects were timely and

An Increasing! interest Is being

l manifested in. the Scripture prophecies
t
9 concerning these days by

informed Christians,
aY-/ '
: George F. (Pop) Tibb.tU will
be at Tabernacle
,r Sundaynight
May 18. Thla will be his

0(' I last appearance here this year f' '
'i _,:If>(,1''S 1 ,,' I He will leave for his summer OdH. R D2Zfi RS

: S r camp in the Adirondacks the following -

week. Many of his ,
friends will want to avail them- )S

; / selves of this opportunity to bear __ _
t him. Gordon ,and Ann will have

charge of they)'musical program. rat" ah.d

Friday night the local group \\

will have charge of the service. l

: .l Special music; will be provided.The 1
Thursday afternoon Bible
class is increasing in Interest. All

-i.; who are free at 3 o'clock are Invited

to attend. Bring your +
'
Bibles. Meetings are held in the wnwDUl" NiWR U4 7WINU'Nf/II AI. 6fNR!
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SW/fl J"m-Jes; iadastriis. Tin Onilid J.N"NJO half-way measures with You have at your command

Hydra-Mafic Drive! Hy- snappier, smoother perform:
States has the Hast cfficitit. dra-Maticdoes away with conventional once than other cars can glue

MISt economical system if fatirciaaictid \iS oF C clutch mechanism and you. And you drive in greater
clutch: pedal entirely-elimi safety-with both hands slnateshandshiftingcompletely
power.. plaits tat *

and use automatic ELECTRIC transmission hoes !is the wtrld. Otis* -and it's the only drive that surer ways,on"always-In-gear"the wheel, and trac-with

l t U water heating I The cost leer Sunshine.Jenrice eOllljlall,', Oldsmobile does Drive'and'' a Hydra-Malic tlon?With Hydra-Matic you

is you never drive .. no other drivers can
only about $2.50 month
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4 f 1"I&ll BRADFORD COONTT TKLKORATn, BTAItK. FLOBIDA FAOB( DIII.1. ; I,::'


I Dewey Elder accompanied her and children of Pine lave! wen New River were visiting Maw I b* employed. ,

I F AROUND LAWTEYWith i upon her. retl&l'Jto, Lawtey, and visiting relatives here Sunday Arts Brown Sunday. Mr.. R. N. Crawford .WM..utt1
will remain a* the house guest of afternoon Miss Doris Dyal spent Sunday Ing the bedside of her grandson. i i
Ruby Moore Mr. and Mrs. Nell Elder for several Mr. and Mrs. Edtl Parrlab. and with her cousins Chester and Arthur Green of WoodUwn Saturday r

I weeka. Mr. and Mra. Roy demons and Albert Moody of New River. afternoon. ; '
ROAD RECIPE OF TIlE WEKK! TWO NEW COTTAGESFOR ard Mrs.of"Brooker John Con. and Mrs. How daughter, Betty Jean and' Connie Mr. and Mra. Frank Norman Mand Mrs. Willis,Jo1ns.nd' aq ','

'AMTS, L.'TEyST Peach Batter Pudding i tAWTEY .ereSUJlday aft- Marie, were visiting their parents; and children were visiting Mrs family are spending sometime in' I
( 1 No. 2 size'Can Peaches ernoon guests of MX. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Boston Parrlsh, at Norman's Mr. and Mrs Plant City visiting friends and '{ '
parents
SOOSIt M. B. Plummer has started the Bill Plummer.Mr. .
.\ states that (lightly sweetened). Hellbronn Saturday. N. T Crosby. Sunday.Mr. relative. M.r .
carradlne erection of one new cottage on and Mrs. Paul McM. Moore,
1 small can Pineapple. Mr. and Mrs S. and i : at
L. of Carter lIOn,
Tewery Mrs. Marlon
" ont his and Mrs O. E. and
be started property Just west of the and son, Paul McUurray. Jr., Crosby '
,, soon (crushed). Kernandlna the week- nd visiting ; I
will spent M. H., of Woodlawn were ,
railroad children Sherman and
State RoadLit and will shortly begina spent Sunday afternoon visiting BeverlyJo .
2 of the 1 teaspoon butter. I with Mrs.: Towery's Mr. N. Crawford Sunday 'j';
parents R.
) t fromSlundIng second one. These cottages Mr. and Mrs J. H. Moore. Thisis of New' River and Rev. Shaf- Mrs t lem
the road 1 egg. and Mrs. H. H. Keene. .
being' are for rental purposes and will the first visit that Paul's fers and daughter 'of Gainesville afternoon. ,
and 1 Miss Hasel ,
cup sugar. Sapp spent last
" to Lawtey contain modern conveniences Mr. young son has ever made to Law- were dinner' guests Sunday of ."
! importance only by 1 cup all purpose flour. 'Plummer is also having repairs week In Jacksonville with her ulster. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Crosby RISINGBy i' fi N
In
eded 1 tey.Mr. Mrs.
teaspoon baking Williams
powder. Anges
being the Stateto made to his residence and the and Mrs. Jake Shuford and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of Mrs. II. O.'Lewis aw
No. I, 1-3 teaspoon salt. Mrs. Erneat Atkinson\ of Lake
t front porch has been entirely daughters. Easley and Gwendo- Starke spent Sunday- with Mr. rt1ta
from Camp 1 milk or water. Butler was Mrs. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby i
cup visiting Mr.
TMksonville Roy
Wards Mr. Mrs. \V.
and
screened. lyn and Mr. and Mrs ,David W. parents
f
** by way of MWdleburg. Heat peaches and pineapple In Moore, and daughters Caroline Clemons Friday afternoon C Ward. and family, and Mr*. George Own
ill are now on Lnd,tbgoad P. their ulces, add butter. Cream Mrs E. B Wells and Mrs. and Betty, spent Sunday after- Mrs B. M. McRae and children Miss Doris i Crosby of New and son, Henry,. attended the re- 'f ,
bOr 1, available, egg and sugar; add Hour, bak- Louis H. Hill were shopping In noon plcniclng at Brooklyn Lake. of Pine Level were visiting relatives River was the week-end guest of vlval meeting at Bostwlck Tuee-. / I
Department' U anxious ing powder and salt; thin with 'I Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. here Tuesday her cousin Miss Arsula Crosby. day night. ', ''j Na i

gill work on this project. milk or water; and add this bat and Mrs G. B Plummer Celebrating Birthdays this Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tindell Bishop Thomas was a business | esry
right-of-way deeds have ter to boiling fruit. and children; SIr and hire Joe I week are Keeffee Harrell on SUNNY BROOK FARM spent the week-end In Georgia; visitor to Gainesville Saturday. t I, +

been secured and very Cook on top shelf of medium Shuford: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plum-I May 12th., and Mrs. M. T. By HIM Anula Crosby with Mrs. Tlndell's parents Mrs. J. E. Norman had the i
If any difficulty Is antic. oven until top of pudding becomes mer, and Miss Elizabeth Plummer I Hamilton on May 16th. following of her children to spend ;
fa to securing the reminder, crusted and flaky. Serve made Mothers' Day of special Mr. and Mrs. Alton! Dobbs and BOOTSEY'S BEACH Mother: Day with her: Mrs. John '
A some property may with hard sauce or topped wIth I II 1'l significance by visiting Mrs M. baby, Eloise, Miss. Inem Kelly, lly Miss Kllle Crawford Jackson of Jacksonville,- :Mr. and
condemned for road puredeleation vanilla Ice cream. Other cannedor B. Plummer. GUM BRANCH Mlra Mary Ella: Ward, and Mr. Mrs. Eddie Norman and chile: 'j I i' t tI

I I fresh fruits may be substituted Mr. and Mrs A. B. Peacock Bv Mrs. Edd ." rrl..h and Mrs W. R. Halelop and aon, Mrs. J. L. GaskIns and daughter dean, ,and :Miss Rosa May Norman -'
of Lawtey busl- for peaches and pineapple. spent the week-end In Morristown Fred were guests of Mr,, and ', Gertrude, 0 f Jacksonvillewere of Waverly, Mrs. Eddie I
recently with the Mr. and Mrs W. H. Groves Mrs. Tom Proctor of Lake Butler visiting friend and relatives Drlgger and children of Plant '
.
with their
met I[ family.
.7 men m I s I I onel1l In a I JOHN HAZZAJU) 'I and sons Mrs Leon Rigdon and Sunday here Sunday afternoon. City, and Mrs Emery Norman : fie M..
11 com Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rob- son, and Mrs. John and Mr. Mrs. Russell Gainesville aNHarry'
to map plans for CELEBRATES: : 8TH KIKTIIDAY I Klgdon and Norman A J Crawford was a business and children of
,i meeting-way cons tructlon John Hazzard, son of Mr. and erts spent Thursday evening in son, all of Umatllla. were visiting and Mrs. Amanda Sllcox of Water visitor to Lake City Tuesday, Lewis was, a business I,
sight-of start within Mrs. Herbert Hazzard, celebrated Jacksonville visiting Dr. Earl i Mrs W. F Harnage J. A. H. Oak. and Mr. and Mrs T. N Miss Ruth Murrheo of Jacksonville visitor to Lake Butler Thursday. I } ,
probably M
will his eighth birthday Friday after- Roberts who Is still confined to Harnnger.and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Norman of Hellbronn were dinner wa a visitor to this section Mr*. J, Jordan and Mrs. N. L. *attm
30 days I ;
at Intersect State I noon by inviting the members of1, St. Vincent's Hospital Parrish Friday night and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sunday. and Alton Jordan of Gainesville
II I road will :Mrs Nell Elder has returned '. H. H. Lewis ,
200 his Sunday School Class and a! I Crosby Sunday Mr. and Mrs H. A Ward und visited My. and Mr
No. 13 about and will yards'I few other little friends to a de from Andalusia, Ala., where she Mr and Mrs. J. S Sapp and Barney Moody and son. Lonxle, family and Mr. and Mrs. W. W Monday. '
? of Lawtey, with has been spending some time with family attended church in Jacksonville of Lake Wales, Green Moody, Brewer and family of this HO A ton Mr. and Mr. Bert Shaw and ; wt
road party.
11 be a two lane lightful i her mother, :Mrs. G. W. Stroud Sunday. I Marion Moody, Olle Moody, Chester will leave sometime this week for children visited Mrs. Nancy
toot right-of-way, but onlyUe ( A number of games were rlrs. J. D. Elder, Howard and Mr and Mrs B. M. McRae Moody and Seeber Johns of Portland, Tenn. where they will ,, Shaw of Glen St. Mary Sunday l 4I t k
will\ be under construe-, played, then all of the guests ,
when present work begins. I I were !asked to assist In openinga '; wye
Jack Horner Pie which held a J
0 L. Thomas, Mrs Four- "'u
gift for every person present. t"
Lonnle I
and son William seice"
Mary Ann McVeigh and After the presents were opened, 1 1 n

Braddock were Sunday: refreshments of sandwiches, Jell- :
or, at the home of Mr. and O,. cake and Ice cream were' ,t '
served. Miss Easely Shuford .
I 01wt.i
A. H. Harley t t .
.
assisted Mrs. Hazzard in entertaining ; h

ebon week-end Blocker guest of Lakelandthe of :Mr. ,the young guests. Rr 't < ,d'y .7 47 "l. $:" ,"- et'x'R li, M t Z+ : a .4 t'I 'I ..W,
Nw
I Among those present were: r kt 1
Jinn I* H. Hill. ..
oto and Ira McDonald ofijo Betty Durbin, Ann Moore, Ada ',]" MAUwe 1
their i Edwards, Hilda Crews, Gwendolyn ,
HI, are visiting
Shuford. Mary Ann Motes Wen- '' i 9x&i I
J. B. Mc- IM
ills, Mr. and Mrs. I
Id, and will remain with da Kelly David Kelly Cleon + k t, / [,t,., w...
Crews and Elmer Crews ,
i until the early part of next I ;
when they will. return MV ,. !, tut 4o
[ Mrs. A. W. Starling and granddaughter H;
)
t Miss Jewell Carter, are .; a
a. F. R. Carradlne and little visiting relatives in Washington, J, '.. o '
rftter, Linda, have returned D. .. \, MW
C.Mr. ,
(wtey after spending a num- and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead !,!05ny
of weeks with Mr. and Mrs. left Lawtey during the pant weekto \ ny, ;'
Haltingly of Babaon Park. visit friends and relatives In PRICE : :
AT POPULAR
Wallace, N. C. Amlfe ,
I LADIES & MENSALTERATIONS B. R. Dinkins of Macclennywas / ., '" ;usNwNu

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. '
,
[ Charley Dinklns Sunday. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown ';' iI I I.r rrt'IW.'

ASK FOR KAYAtALEXANDlRS and daughter Marian, of Starke, .'.;,. ,
of Mrs. O.W. ,''J!<. 47MMMrrr..b MMMrrr..bN .
: were Sunday guests .
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: Browct ? ,
lot' : : *'
Sunday was a busy but happy \ ;
day for Mr and Mrs. J L. Har- I N1r/
rell. Both Keeffee Harrell of 1pzt nrwj&oor T: n0.nyrU.

Palatka and Bill Harrell, now of "\

Camp Blandlng, were home for Ii.! ,

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Miss Catherine Wilkes of Jacksonville 'j litter

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i I INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT JACKSONVILLE FIRMS i f Ready For BusinessIn One of Most Successful Ever Held HereOne

1--, ; CourthouseThe of the most successful thews, Janet Anderson Vivian Items You W'j'

Vacation Church Schools that has McRae, Vilma Dew, Vivian Hazen,
JACKSONVILLE SHIP CHANDLERY & AWNING CO., newly-created Co, u n t y been held Jointly between ,the Junior Sllcox, Joe Montleth, Mar-

Health Unit has completed Its or Presbyterian and Episcopal garet Montelth, Barney McRae

t:. Awnings, Tarpaulins, Venetian Blinds, Sleeping Porch Curtains ganisation and is now' open for Churches ended last Friday with Patsy Hall, B. C. Holtzendorf. NeedTliisSummer

add that bit of life, that Ida. therefore the Jacksonville active public health, work In Bradford the Evening May Pageant Exercises : Shirley Arnett, Charles Knight

1 I color; that air of atlracI Ship Chandlery & Awnings Company C9uhty\ the. second floor at the Episcopal Church at Tom Waldon, Frankle Morgan.
I to a home that lifts it .is able to offer their customer of the 'c Q.u"ri t Y courthouse, in .,7:30: P. M. Those who received Kenneth Grider. Sharon Hall,
i class of the ordinary a selection of the very Starke; 'MAin phases of the diplomas. at the close of the Tommy Edwards, Margaret Andrews -

a It among; the u. usual. finest canvas manufactured. In work will be In. the three fieldsof school had at least an 8-day at- Emma Jean' Lamklns
Ship Chand- their stock zooms you will finda 'sanitation! ,' communicable dis tendance record out of a: 10 day Eleanor Calllcut, Joan Carpenter,
; Awning Co., supplies the: multitude of patterns and 3e- ease control and child-maternal' school.- They also attained 'cer- Marion Brown.In -

this and surrounding signs in various weights from hygiene. tain deportmental and educational the Intermediate Department We Carry
with awnings of the which your awnings will be made. Under the sanitation work, the standards. The faculty believes Rey. Fred Yerkes Captain
+ quality and workman- As summer approaches we naturally i Inspection of food-handling establishment this school to be the finest in Robert Sheeran and the Rev. Mr.

6 prices consistent with the think of awnings and so and their employes will quality that has. been conductedin Leonard Bailey of Arcadia taught. A Complete

of the work that remember that Jacksonville Ship be conducted with Increasing a number of years.. Those In the Intermediate Dept.,
turn out. A certain Chandlery *: Awning Co., is pre vigor in, order to comply with The whole Church School took 'were as follows: Mary, Alice Yar-

of the very finest awn- pared to measure your windows, the state sanitary code of the its Theme from the morning wor- 'brough, Merry Beth Knight Betty Line of Supplies
in the United porches or store fronts and tailor State Board of Health. Sufficient ship service conducted by'' the McRae, Arlean Hazen. Lila Rae

manufactured in Flor- and! hang; your awnings for you. laws and penalties are Included Rev. Fred Yerkes. Mr. Yerke Caldwell, Lyle Anderson. John
In the code to enable the took his theme and his medlta- Anderson Merle Grider Josephine For Your Dog

J County who have sons, brothers enforcement of its provisions. tlonal talks from the Parables of Johns, Norma Deane, Helen Lott
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Ijr. husbands, and sweethearts In The UHUal' Immunizations and Our Lord, each morning tellinga Irene Hazen. This class spentits i
Headquarters Detachment Sec- control measures for the various different parable.One study time taking up the Bones
Chain
ond Battalion 124th Infantry. communicable diseases will be of the most Interesting Parables of Jesus. ,
latest scientific machin The IV Army Corps a part conducted In accordance with instructions features of the Vacation Church The Rev. Charted H. Allen

+ I the production of high of the Third Army and Includingthe Issued by the Divisionof school and one which was greatly acted as dean and Betty McRae Harness Collars
I I products Their 31st (Dixie) Division and the Epidemiology 0 f the State appreciated by-the pupils,was. the 'was the official church school,sec ,

for quality reliabil 43rd Division stationed here at Board of Health. The venereal 1 i handicraft hour in which: Miss retary.

progress in this Industry Camp Blanding will hold maneuvers disease>program, which is cloudy i( Nell Hart 'and Miss Helen', ,Me- TIt.U.V SCHEDULE Leads, Brushes
I advances of the times in the Camp Beauregard related to the food-handling problem Grath taught the Juniors arid Intermediates ,]
t improvements In the area August 11 to 30. These ex- will be conducted.Jn cooperation Southbound I
make"1 and
o I how to use
+' have kept abreuit of erclMea will provide command post I ,wtth' the local physicians and marionettes' 'The No. 1 due Starke 10:33: p. m. Combs, Balls
+ ; exercises for the first five days It Is expected that a child and puppets No. 107 due Starke 9:03: a. m. I
I services of Miss Hart and Miss
and field exercise during the maternal hygiene program will be : Northbound
i 10-11 review of the appreciated.
prog
t final two weeks. arranged In the near future. McGrath are greatly }No. 2 arrives Starke 6:13: a. m. MuzzlesAlso
this part of the country The 'school wishes to thank,"these No. 108 arrives Starke 6:21: p. m.
Dr B. R. Boone, the health
The Third Army aa a whole ; ladles and Mr. Nuttall, who,18' In
of the public is : KtarUe: and Bell Branch
director, will be in the office
: under tentative will remainin
plans of the WPA Recreational
charge No.: 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. m.
the high quality of the here all day Tuesdays Thursdays -
the Sabine area of Eastern
activities at the Legion Hall for No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. .
and the and Friday morning. '
commanding Texas and Western Louisiana
their kind cooperation In this '
( (Daily except Sunday's)
_ they occupy In the manu during the month of September.A Miss Margaret Hoxsey, nurse, matter HouseholdInsect
North-bound Silver Meteor ar-
world excelling as they command post exercise will be may be found at the office dally. '
f f Miss Ella Sassee, Miss' Ruth rives Starke at '4:19: ,P. M.
D. 1. .
sanitary Inspectorwith
special field of en- held September 1 to 5, and following Slgman
that the Army will hold the state board, and already Thompson and Miss .Marjorle Spray
Awnings field exercises September 8 to 12. well-known locally, will continuehU ; Gilder<< hud charge of the'' Beginner

September 15 the Third Army will activities in direct cooperationwith Department. Those enrolledin JOIN THE RANKS OF
CO. that 'were: lien
1 + I engage the Second Army In ma.neuvers the health unit. department
"; I to continue through Sept I North Sandra Taratus, Dick OUR. MANY SATISFIED 'pCedarPolish
Proprietor I H 01'1111
Jones
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Crouch Tommy
\ ember 30, under the direction of Board Employs
and sold under attrac- General Headsuarters.It ; Knight, Jr., Chubby Jean ,Higgins CUSTOMERS
Architects I Diane Crouch Margaret Rose
... Of the foods Is estimated that more thanonehalf :
4 Duncan, Michael Snyder Martha .
; : there .Is hardly one so million men will be In For New Building Old
+ Landrum Luc lie' McRae David. 4 English
being prepared In such the field at one time In the lat .f/I.>
I of ways I'as good fish ter stage and the Third Army The County Board of Public Instruction Hazen. Short Orders Polish'
Wax ]
alone will have an estimated man- ,. contemplating receiving Mrs. Charles H. Allen Mine Fay and

we are so near the power of 360,000 by September federal funds 'with 'which to re- Yarbrough, Miss Margie Mathews: SandwichesRegular
supply of the finest fish 15. It was stressed by Third model and add to the present B. and Miss Miss Margie Davis. were a Floor Wax,

I sometimes we do Army officials that the plans are H. S., had asked architects to Instructors for the Primary Department Dinners MS>"'BBBBJSBBBIBBBBBBBBBBSBIBSBS SBBMBkBBBBSBji
Its worth and Its subject to change.Mothers' meet with them at their regular whose enrollee w re: '
in dally meals. It Is session last week and bid on the Peggy Caldwell, Albert Hazen. Plate Lunches Dust MopaBradford

4d food a* well as a tissue Day' MessageIn work, with the following provisions Nancy Lee Knight. Eddie Ma- Cold Drinks
food. : thews, Dixie Jean Walker :Marion BBMiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMSBBMSJSBMM
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way to get the finest a Mothers' Day Broadcast 1. The proposed work has no McRae, Inza Rae Hoag, Carolyn 11
IM directly from the connection with any previous Edwards Clarence Springer Judy
1, I and The Gate Fish & presented last Sunday by the building project in Brad ford Springer, Lloyd Grider, Joan.) ut- I Hardware
> ? provides this service American Legion Recreation Cen- County; tner, Jane Carol Andrews, Billy

retailers who In turn ter, Col. O. W. / McNeeee, public 2. Rendering o f architectural Jean Wilder, Aileen Janney.: I A ACAFE

It for you. ding.relations assured officer mothers of Camp that Blan their Services Is contingent upon theBoard's Miss Louise Chen Mrs. Luther & Co.

receiving funds from the Fannin, Miss Mary Jo Caldwell,
eons are being taken good care
Federal Government. add Miss Ida Lulu Davis taught
Maneuvers of by Uncle Sam. even though J.. B. Carlisle Osne
In accordance with those conditions the Junior Department. Those.
miles!' away from home.
31st several architects were In. this department -were: Jean
"Personally I believe that the present to'-tnake their bids; but Caldwell Patsy Dew, James Ma-'
short absence of your son from the Board unanimously agreed

+ of Florida sol- home will work a greater filial that Coin &' Kelly, of Gainesville, .
love because of'the old say- should handle all preliminary
at Camp Blanding ing, 'Ab ence makes the heart work for the proposed remodel-

31st (Dixie) Division grow fonder.' In other words, ling and addition to the school 1

1 '; to the Camp Ueauregard these fine boys, these loyal soldiers plant.S. .

/ Louisiana on August 11 for Democracy and peace E. Sparks, chairman of the
will be brought to a fuller realization County Board, said that the> pro-
day training maneuver. of the value of a mother," posed building would cost about

Is of vital Interest Col. McNeese concluded.This $150,000, leaving the balance of 5

persons 11\ Bradford I greeting, extended to around $50.000 expected from the

mothers In the opening program Government/for equipment. Mr. ,

., ,:. CLASSIFIED ADS I "Our Mother,", was written and Sparks also stated that he was In
arranged by Lawrence Whitney constant touch with the State 1I
Morel, of the Legion Center Staff Superintendent's office in Tallahassee -
t. nF FOR SALE 0 a ere a, /S-room FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs and directed by Nina V Probette: which In turn was in 1
house Starke, Fla. Pecan trees apartment. 103' Washington This broadcast was presented touch''' with"'(he national office. 1
and other fruit. Write Mrs. It. St., Stnrke. it through the efforts of J. J.Nut- This building Is In connection
t D. Morris Box S34, Phone tall with the
FOR RENT well furnished supervisor of the recreation new. national defense
house
9I1 -M: Hendersonvllle, N. C. -two bedrooms, dining room, center, with the cooperation of project -and?"'according to Mr.

411.3tpFOR living room, kitchen, bath, big; the W. P. A. and station WJHP, Sparks, there Is every reason to A record
Jacksonville. believe that the project will be
i, SALE-1939 H. D. motorcycle porchea. Electric refrigerator, put through/ successfully 1I
+' 610 H. V., good condi gus range, gas heater. Shady The
yard. $60 month. S30 East List Vacant Rooms Board said that all teaches hefoiapproachedl
lion. Will finance-L. B. Gray who
desired to attend never
Union Street, Gainesville. summer IItINV ,1!
614 So. Roper Ave, Gainesville Itp ; Mrs. Evelyn Stephens secretary. school would have ample time ,.,,.
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Fla. lip HOUSE FOR RENT Klngsley of the Chamber of Commerce, before the opening of school;; but
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Lake rent reasonable. Apply stated Thursday that there Is 'a they also urged all teachers who
HAVE A FEW GOOD MILCH
2208 Redwing St., Jacksonville great demand at this time for possibly could go to do so.
COWS for milrt.---A. J. Thomas.
Flu.
It rooms for two or three week at
Starke Flu. it'
I FURNISHED APARTMENT, a time by the wives of officers 1 S
rty of the Letter Box
: FOR BALK-Baby carriage In electric refrigerator I four Army stationed at Camp 1 _
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Blanding. ,
rya first-class condition. Reasonable rooms. Phone 244-J 216 North

price. Purchaser may see carriage -1 I Second St.. Palatka. Fla. It Formerly they have been go- ANOTHER PROTEST .
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to the
4r by calling at 305 West Ing hostess houses at the
Madison street. Mrs Bertha 1 I WANTED-Competent woman for camp, but these have now been Editor Telegraph
Pearce. secretarial duties at Camp Blan turned over to the families of Starke Fla.
it *When the
29,000OOOth Ford rolled i in light
n country,already production on
I ding. Phone MUs Baker H-213 enlisted men. They will gladly Dear Sir;
Dally cash market for cattle and for appointment. it accept either rooms or room and I hope everybody In the county recently from the assembly line an all- weight airplane engine castings. Work

ap hog. Auction Sale every Thurs COMPETENT MIDDLE AGED board, and Mrs. Stephens has requested read and gave,serious consideration time record for the industry was set. is right now under 'way on a new

k day'beginning at 2:30: p. m. LADY wants position In refined that all Interested parties Telegraph to Mr.last Phillip's week letter In the 29,000,000 units built by the same man $18,000,000 plant for mass producuoa
Columbia Stockyards Lake City please call her at No. 40 and concerning
Fla.'Phone 481. See or write. housekeeper.home.-Write Good Box cook 431-A and list their rooms. the bill that our County Commissioners agement and all bearing one name-a of big bomber assemblies.:Orders bare

n. Odom Jr., .P. O. Box :24T. Starke. ltp The Chamber of Commerce Is are' trying to get name that has become one of the bestbeen filled for military vehicles of several
Starke Fla. tf temporarily located In through the legislature to pay '
office I known trade-marks 'in the
'world!
themselves additional types, including reconnaissance
LOST-somewhere In or near with the Trianon DevelopmentCorp. an $20 per army
FOR SALE--or will trade for I Starke l last Sunday large Bible month to look after road mattersIn It is significant that this achievement cars, staff cars and bomb service trucks.

beef cattle, 20 head of nice i with name 'Leslie A. Mills" In Bradford County.. comes at a time when our country is InthemidstofthisactFirityforNationalmaking
heifers. Also I gold. Finder please return to The Board :'ot Bond Trustees
cows range with young. calves.See 10' young [ K. J. Flynn, Starke. itp Koch Enlarges Store performed this, duty for year a mighty effort to re-arm swiftly. Defense, building the 29 millionth Ford

or write J. D. Odom Jr., p. o. I R. H. Mathe and Son. contrac- without any compensation, but as For to further that effort'to, help speed car is simply one part of the day's work.
: Box 247, Starke. FURNISHED COTTAGES oa tors, are building a soon as the County Commissioners it in
itp prescriptionroom along possible hare The 19'U 1
any we the
way public has acclaimed
Lake Santa Fe, /3 miles east of 14 x 38 feet at the rearof take over the job they wantIt

FOR RENT-One 2-room and one Waldo. Electric light, run- Koch's Drug Store. The sales to cost the taxpayers an additional offered the vast facilities..of. the Rouge FordcarauheJioestinFordhisrory.forJPlant

a 3-room apartment, aU modern Jewelry ning water.Co. Inquire Lewis I room, according to'Mr. Koch, will $1,200 a year. I do not believe and every ounce of our experience. Dealers are enjoying their greatest sale
Gainesville Fla. the
of
J'vi conveniences.' 4 miles out ont thus be given larger quarters, people Bradford As read this a new $21OOOOOO and 1937.It .
you since
tf County will expecting their best
k t'' Lake City highway. Turn right being 68 feet deep !Instead of the stand for this, as It year
at first graded road.-Mrs. W. READY FOR BUSINESS licensed present 60 feet. i Is certainly not what they expected Ford airplane engine plant, started only 'is.good tto biW c/" the things

u, C. Conner. "We are also or intended when, they last fall,is nearly completed.A new America records
# lip contractor. All modern enlarging our voted to abolish the Board, of mag., needs, and to be setting
concrete equipment. Concrete stock,* Mr. Koch said Saturday Bond Trustee- nesium alloy plant, one.of the few in the on the way!
REDUCTION PULLEYS for sale. side-walks, floors foundationwork "and Increasing our lines to meet It '
Used to s 'that publlc-:
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cheap.-Bradford County Tele- dirt hauling contract the needs of Starke. Camp BUn- spirited
graph Starke. tf -A. A. Annie tf ding and Bradford County, It is men. were willing to
serve
our purpose," continued :Mr. Koch on our Boards without trying FORD MOTOR ..-
"to to make a _J'profesBion" out COMPANYAacrews keep what the
people want
W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR so that they will not have to go of it. Our Cnmmlsslonera. are

F. II. A. LOANSWe elsewhere to trade." already being paid;S3o a month.
If
their proposed bill Is passed by
want the listIng on your property The personnel of the store. Including the legislature they will get $30

lr We have some wonderful properties for sale Mr. Koch and M. C. May. a month, costing the taxpayer of

ty See us about your Real Estate Needs and hugh the baa been Increased to 21 the county a total of $3.000 a Motor Co.
seating for
capacity the
for
year tilt board alone.
"Y 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 fountain service will be Increased Your Truly,
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to 58. Starke
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