Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Interest Irresistible Force Meets Immovable Object Property Brings I i:I Yes or No I I CPI ans Additional I PavingOf "",::1i.": ,I I'I'I ': yeaN

To close Thursday afternoons ,, ;'Ij

In Center $162.50 Per Foot or not to close Thursday Streets I In Business Area aba,

own atterneonsIhat. In the ; :' l
question that In yet nniMvieredi 1i

jr r Recreation, .7 J I IPT On Call Street or Starke three buMlnpoHinrn weeks In" the the m!! Telegraph I For n d..two of Will Pay $15,000 On Long Terms ,,1 r." lJ : : *sip Iir

Prospects for a great. has. sought Information a-t towhether '" .' I! ,.,
The highest price ever paid for evidenced e
Ural Defense RecreaLa or not there would be The City dads believe in Starke's future, as :, 11 *
Starke real estate was paid Monday the usual Thurstray half-holi by' the fact that they are now expending $15,000 for the ti I*

Center. in Starke grow by a Miami syndicate composed day this. summer. paving of seven or eight, blocks in the business 'section, oftown.'I" : Si 'Altll ,
I' of William Randolph: MorrU iii
with every pass- : i
ghter I
After'canvassing'" a Urge
Randolph. Mayer: Randolphand
; hour, recent developments Sam Barbolat. when they section of the city, "olChief\ i j,
disclose.A Mr a l gave W. T. C1"ute realtor, A. L. Alvare report jftxter-. equipment paving two twrbul
letter to' Mayor, N. D. j $ .500 for' a Call street lot 40x63feet416250 !I day that "he did not know," blocks, the City Council voted Tuesday night to pave five ,j, j

'alnwrlght, Jr.., under* 1. ,a of May 19 was"''re- ".I' '" ,! property la .tb, last of the parcel 1 He think, however, when real The brick vvhtih was removed from Walnut street will :

ite from Nathan L. ." .w' belonging touae local Masonic aumn r routes the merchants be cleaned and used to pave Thompson street from Call ,
eived of. Jacksonville, 1'\; Lodge. between ;[the' Starke Hotel will l likely want to clone street to Jefferson' and down Jefferson 'to Walnut. The '1' rl t I

elf rfallison recreation, represent-. "' #''"' .... and the new >Edenfleld Jewelry i Joe Wilson has worket out 'I pavement of Jefferson street will then be ,continued to ... :

tine with the Social .Sc ,,!. .*,. ,.,......k ,"" .. "_ ,,'", Co, store. A committee from I, the problem for himself:-he Temple Avenue exactly like ::1'
Board at WashingD. ti' 'J, the Lodge, consisting of E. W lets one stenographer off \Vvdnrad I- the two Walnut street blocks f
rity C. which was noth- Hayes, Vincent 3. St. 'John and I ..y afternoon and the other I I except that the lime rock In Case Of Fire ''I
of a question.Oncernlna Answer to the 'age-old 'riddle of.,what happens when an Irresistible Luther Powell sold the propertyto 1 off Thursday afternoon. base will be six: 'instead of liJ,\
It short force meets an Immovable object is being at least parttallyl, the Randolphs. eight inches. Court street ,
Ulr ( the prop- answered In boom-town Starke building which refused to I I Plans for the of the 't
north of the Armory by a stop 1 disposition will be paved from Jeffersonto Call Light PlantFire ;:
fctr Council growing and a shooting gallery which refused to move until Its property are yet Incomplete; but, Call street. The Thompson I I'C

(hich the to City him for thatorpose Tease expired.' I'! according to Mr. Clute, there will Keep Town Clean street pavement will be b y 1> ,,

med over Several weeks ago J. F. Raebeck started a two-story business, be an arcade on the ground floorIn 40 feet wide, while all the Chief V.( H. Gardenwishes 1 < a.ss
several weeks 'I
ago. building on the northwest,corner of Walnut and Madison Street in which several different kinds of rest will be 30 'feet. This to announce that ,Incase' of ,fire ,It ;t

Ask QuestionsThe spite of the ,fact that one small corner was occupied by a shooting I gambling up-to-date) will coin\ be machines Installed. (non-The Speaker Urges"Keep new paving will help to relieve everyone should call the City ,\;\! A

letter began; '"In gallery. He hoped to persuade the gallery owner. W, O. Prultt, to ot'' the are the traffic congestion on Light and Water Plant (No. 22), '
new owners property
with the, select move-but "no lease does not expire until the last of ,
"My v
(unction soap already In consultation with Pier- your town as clean for Call and Walnut streets by or go or''Bend to the, light plant. N4
'on of a site in your com- May" Mr. Prultt_ maintained. son and Moore; Gainesville arch- the soldiers of Camp Blandlng diverting part of it to Jefferson The fire boxes which were scat f!, ;.yell
unity for a defense rec- What to do? What to do?' Every hour's delay was costing Mr. tecta. with reference to the type as you would for your own sons and Thompson. tered throughout the'City have all / scc.,11ctP.
eation center it is import- Raebeck money.* In desperation he hit upon the Idea of letting the be erected at h
building to on the lot. home. was the advice of Dr. The City I is now spending! '
Is the,only
informa- remain where it is, and constructing his building been cut _out, and this l
nt the shooting gallery If It is to be a fme-ntory building B. O. Owens, a colonel on the $0,600 for the paving of the two j
'on be obtained." Then around It. Somewhat astonished at first. Mr. Pruitt now likes the It will probably;cog\}\. between $3.- administrative staff of the Sta Walnut blocks. The other way to get the fire department. \ .,),,msM
e letter went on to ask arrangement se much that he is thinking of renting the apace from 500 and $.,000.' Mr_ Clute said tlon Hospital, Camp Blandlng. street The whistle also has been moved. 1"

bout its "contour'' dimen- Mr. Raebeck. There is a probability that there when he addressed members of five or six blocks will COlt $8,200 front the City Hall to the light + ,t,} arM ,
ions," "trees," "major ,,In' the above picture you are looking through a window of I will be a second story which will the Rotary Club at their luncheon or a total of $14,700. In addition plant. '/' ,J" aide

lanting," "adjoining build- the new building at Ernest Jean Mr. Prultt's employe, who Is leanIng be fitted up aa: hotel'rooms. here Wednesday. to that sum the old brick There have been so many "false ; it e. I

ng," "location of sewers against a counter of the still-Intact shooting gallery. A man "There Is a tendency In towns which have been used on Walnut alarms". 'rec.ntly. due to a short l11b' Ira ,

ater lines electric'lines," to be envied: Mr. Jean. While many newcomers are unable to located near Army camps to let street since 1916 must be cleaned circuit either In the boxes them ow In'ar
School Building
information as to fire obtain even a single roof over their heads he. has two! down tlons'to the bars and allow condi and the City will furnish local selves or In the siren, that it was Ma
exist that would not be '
"data as to local IItrouble
ones, deemed advisable In order tAt save ,
labor for thin Mr.
gilding restrictions i ," tolerated by the local citizens purpose. and to cut the, ;11 e ,

[whether or not fireproof Defense Registration Day May 31In I Provided In Bill Dr.under Owens ordinary stated.circumstances," will While oversee the the City work.must pay for boxes out. Also expense It U much easierto : i a.+

tidings are required any locate ,the fir when someone ,.!,yy
the actual material used-
"Officials of towns near camps It'Is. V..I
pedal exit requirements of this Nation and The House of U,8OO-durinC 1941, reports exactly 4o
response to the proclamation the safety Representatives will be doing a great service to
[ype" of current, 'AC 0 r of Governor Speasard L. Holland State ,against the threat of ag II has passed the huge Defense bill) the Army If they will strive to the balance may be paid almost i. 4n

DC, "water" pressure at Issued Thursday' the Bradford gression.'* -$150,000.000- which will give keep their communities as whole- on the City's own terms which Olson ,Art,
tl e site, "type of soil-inMher County Defense Council plank to Jfrj/:VI 1 Jic';wUI have assistantsatv Starke $206,000} with which to some and as healthful for the soldiers they think will require about a Begins ,"1; 1'Iq"''IS

words, information as observe,Florida.,'D f.nwt Ite tl'a"'UOII.w'eek. *ch'"Voting precinct\ In the erect and fully,equip a new school as they would for the homeboys : year longer. "Make your obligations FIMA
the bearing capacity. of f '': 'In'this'County, however County. ,,Registration places In building., All It lacks now is the I ." the speaker concluded. so you can meet them" : 4''
egr urid."" *""" ", *" ,the Council decided to regis Starke will be at"Courthouse. approval by -tte,Senate and the said.Mr.Joner,,.Tuesday!_ night 2-Story". art
= Torode's Chevrolet place the President's signature. This It In i There will be no Interest to pay. '
Visit Starke. Richey Revival :$ s'hlnl.
urday. Florida Bank Canova's Walgreen assured will take place at an I and no'extra charge of any i
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Oleoll' the .
Titus Tuesday
In addition. R. C. HaefeUd began r
Office. early date. Sunday kind he stated.
and the'Postv
d J. R. Brennan L.' D. Vlning, Chairman of the drug store I I erection of a two-story building :
one that all who have Lex Green and 'We have an Income of around I
Division of Labor and Personnel It I Is, urged Congressman south of his Refrigeration Bale ,,1&&
with the Government andhe The Richey revival and gospel ,
will have charge of the registra- registered once with some organization Senators Claude Pepper and Chas $ ,Ooo per year. W. M. Edwards, A. Service business between MadlI'..i I\:'i I v 0s.r
other with the W. healing meeting conducted here I
All Americans of It O. Andrews worked faithfully on chairman of the Council stated.It ,
A., have made two visits tion. loyal register again now. chair for the last two weeks\ la scheduled also the son and South streets on South
both white and colored the bill and S. E. Sparks, i was brpught out at :
and D. A.
sexes Bradford County Walnut. Den !Jf, .
that to close with afternoon and '
'ithin the last few days is hoped of the County Board of Public meeting that the revenue from tf'
of are man ,
from 15 years age up Judd are the builders and Cart > V:!
1 will\ 100 percent for de- W. E. night services next Sunday. May / and Is Increasing !r: tealw
asking about Starke "be- urged to register for "such volunteer I: register Instruction, and Dr. I lights water constantly Rltch will do the plumbing Mr. f' '
25.: The
campaign opened on
ore and after" services as may promote fense. MIddleton County Superintendent, new services are being Olson said Tuesday. : tie
The feel amured that It will becomea May 8, with a special appeal to I Installed regularly, and that because ,
City Council in- the men at Camp BlandinI'. Sev- The building will be of concrete
law tin plenty of time to have the business boom many I
tructed City Clerk Carl Winkler Occupies Herlong Building the building In'readiness by early eral chaplains at Camp Blanding business houses are working day blocks, will have 13-Inch walls ( j
ohns to Mr. MalUan's i It will be +: ,d,
answer and floor.
have been co-operative and Raymond concrete '
Small HousesDr. fall-when at least the local and night and "are really burnIng I
letter at once. New Building'E. school will open. T. Richey, Houston evangelist the lights." The above ,facts 38x70 feet. The ground floor '

All this can mean only A. Winkler. electrical engineer M. B. Herlong Is buildingthe frequently has been a visitor with the additional one that the will house two store 18x59 feet t' t
Mi thing that be at Station hospital praying la to which will be rented, and a refrigeration -
if the
first two of six residences City planning amen property \ii
eight lots turned over for has already moved Into plans to erect on his property at Gold Head PreparesFor for the sick on Invitation of MaJ.) owners to help meet the repair shop In the 4

he purpose meet the Governnaent's his new building at 224 Temple the end of North Walnut street. Summer Use Thomas C. Holland hospital paving expenses make It look rear of the building, 3OxS8 feet. !' I' ai

conditions, Avenue. It Is not yet entirely His purpose Is to build three chaplain. Richard D. Wolcott, dead easy to pay the paving bill The second story will ,bar six': r..'
Starke will very soon be i in completed, but the finishing houses facing Oak street and Gold Head. Branch State Park, First Lieutenant 167th Infantry, In due time. rooms, 12x18 each with connecting ,'I,i' I
Possession 0 f a $200,000 touches are being rapidly added. three on Walnut. The two which near Keystone Heights is being regimental chaplain spoke at the bath. The up-stalrs will be, ; ,' "
defense recreation center The building is a modern two- he is now building face Oak. OneIs groomed for greatly Increased tent last Sunday afternoon. Rev, Gone With The Wind air conditioned summer and win' J1 :
construction with two of Robert Wltte, of Faith house ,
for the story practically ready for occupancyand summer use. The appointment pastor ter and will eighteen girl t'n
diers Camp Blanding sol- stores 20x40 feet on the first has already been rented. A Calvin T. Mann, of Jacksonville Temple Jacksonville, who has At Ritz Soon employes) ot''the' Southern Bell 3. ,rile M
to belong to the City floor. Mr. Winkler occupies the has been put up on the as park superintendent was announced been conducting services at Telephone Co., who work only a la*.
after the emergency is store on the north side of the other home, which has Just been this week by the Tallahassee Camp Blanding under the sponsorship "Gone With the Wind." the few feet away. ,n.. "

past. building for his own business, started. office of the Florida Forest of Chaplain Wolcott, most talked-of movie for the I I The building will coat between..ii" :

while the other one Is for rent. residences. will Park Service. Mann a World preached at the Richey tent pant. decade will come to Starke $7,000 and $9.000 Mr, Olson H
The up-stairs is an ultramodern These frame War veteran was for two years Wednesday night He was accompanied on Sunday June 1, for a five- stated and will be ready for occupancy e
of four rooms-two iI'f
consist init
me Landowners apartment with two bedrooms each dining-living room and associated/ with the developmentof by Faith Temple's day engagement at the JUts by July IS. Mr Olson '' '
kit bedrooms State I'ark In Liberty fumed a capella choir Theater, according to an an- ere ,
living-dining room kitchen-and bath. They will be Torreya will keep his own business where 'I I t :
chen breakfast room and bath. throughout. The CityIs County and the Florida Caverns At every service this week nouncement yesterday by the it Is now located, > f i iI
ipromiseTh Both tub and shower bath have linesto State Park, near Marianna. L. R. Evangelist Richey has Hounded management I
extending the sewer a"n
been Installed. Flourescent and now Dr. Herlong said Bodle foreman at Gold Head the call of old-time faith. "Theseare I As shown here the picture will Plan Another Rodeo 'jl .
'Indirect lighting are used in the this property Branch since the cessation of CCC days of challenge" he said be In Its original full length I I
Board of County C o m- I apartment. Wednesday.Much work at the park who has beenIn last nlaht. "These are days of form and will/ be shown three The Boree Brothers are making t ,III '": 1
toner, !in special session May of the material being charge of the park will con. responsibility. Of opportunity I times dally at 1, 5 and 9 p. m. plans to hold their famous Rodeo !f Ww
'. mada compromise agreement and Leases used comes from the field hospital time as foreman under Superin- for service. These are days of at Kingsley Lake this Fourth of [h j I

? several p p ny'en Buys used during the constructionof tendent Mann's\. direction. Hayden I peril, when God In calling men Meet I July as they have for tile past ,-aiD!, Mt
WMt whom It has' instituted Brooklyn HotelJames Camp Blanding by the Insurance Hughes former gate-keeper at to make the supreme decision : few years. t It I

**wwaUon suits to secure nec- company handling the liability the park, resigned some days ago I This Is no time for compromise t,
rigttt' -of-way; for the de- Patray proprietor ft accounts at the camp. Dr. to take work at Camp Blandlng. Every Christian ought to be on ,--- -.--...
'1IIe highways in.t h e County. the Magnolia Hotel, last week 1 Herlong bought the structure L. G. Scoggtn, State park director the firing line." Mr. Richey said I j' r I

COrding to W. M. (Mitch) Ed- purchased the Brooklyn Hotel- after it was no longer In use. has announced that new he agreed with Roger Ilabnon .' ew.a
"'dB, chairman Mrs. Vonda In- Florida real estate boom struc boats have been ordered and canoes that the greatest need of America 'of

1 who owns property 'along ture-from George F Tibbltts of Auto Parts Store will be available for the first today is a spiritual awakening. tdn

i44 261, hoe to le.Camp Blan- the Camp of Palms, near Key- time. The completion of another "We must get back to Cud, and ,
road. stone Heights.The Now OpenThe week-end cottage brings the total the Bible if America is to be AYt

tl kr Edwards also reports that deal included eight lots as newest business In StarkeIs available In the park to nine. He saved from the whirlpool of hate aw y yL

except two persons on the well as the 20-room frame build-, the Starke Auto Parts, located also stated that aU materials were that has engulfed Kurope.: After

4 Li road In Bradford County, ing. It was said. next door to Congressman R. A. on hand and they hoped to start paying tribute to the patriotism
:e compromise', while the j Mr.\. Patray stated this week Green's office In his new building construction during the next few of trainees at Camp Dlandlng
atI1PtGr1 Commissioner. T. C. that he had already leased the Court street Mr. and Mrs. months of a lodge building which and elsewhere and endorsing -c
rim. has been delegated to I property to Richard Gooldy of on W F. Cooley who have been for will serve as a recreation center, every means of National defense .
', the difficulties In the Indianapolis Ind., mho will use two years living at club house and dining hall. put forth by the Government. .p'f
alllPtoarea." It for purposes of an officers the past Lake are the proprietors. the evangelist said: "Our first' a
We have Is connected Kingsley line of defense Is the spirituallife
the: money to buy I club. Mr.\ Gooldy The butineaa opened Mon Visitors From GeorgiaBright
or, Property this morning;' said with the Belvedere' chain' 0 f of our people."
F. Is
Springs. Ark., and other cities Cooley Automotive Company Ing a large school bus from middle Recent Births
It saldolflilstead Consolidated Georgia was driving around '
Moves was Jacksonville. Mrs.,( Cooley the streets of Starke. It was Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. GrlffU. i 1I

['The Southland Amusement Transferred and her son. 12-year-old Wallace filled with the senior class of the Hampton. April 28. girl Sandra; I
irk. of Which two World War Cooley. will take care of the Davldsboro High School together Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bloods-

I eterns, William C. (BILL) Kur11 Robert Milstead. for the past store. I with their Superintendent worth. Ralford. April 30, girl Sam K. Stratos (left) and W. N. Carnaalon (right), owners of the
? an proha
rlt rfetors, to the old Bradford News Co., located in Marriage LicensesHenry -Mrs. Willie I 1 Hewitt Felton Smith Starke. May 9, boy American Theatre at Camp niandln They are cousins, both born dIn
b&seball parks on the Camp Starke. has been transferred to of Hamptonand I, Brown Mr. and Mrs. Zepho Josey Lawrence Elton; Mr. and Mrs. Trekkala. Greece and have been associated together in the
'l1nc blghway. the managership of the Dixie B. I and Hubert Hartley. Raymond Monroe Addition Postoffice .I.. {
atos The ever-ex- Juanita Priest. Starke theatre business In Plant City. Tarpon Springs. Frostproof. Ft, .
. U8lne BeUe News Co., Tullahoma Tenn. Miss their annual class Lake Butler girl May 9; to Starke.
district of.rake Delmar L. Gossett Plant i They were on Meade and Wauchula. before coming "Wethink Starka l' 1a.s
j Ie May ; Theodore ;
. lbe cau. e-the Stan- Mr. Milstead left Wednesday City and Ardella Starling Starke trip. They made their ow n ),fro and Mrs. James 14. I has a great future,'' they say. "It will continue to Increase in population ;
Company will soon build night for his new work. Gordon 17 Ernest! -F Boyd. Hampton I money-$ -and visited Jacksonville Newton Waldo boy May ; provided some home finance compaay'wUJ build a few .s

,yuodern crier station on Tem- W Rlel, of Oneonta. N. and Y., Is Is May, and: Miss Ron a Clayton St. Augustine Daytona Mr. and Mrs.boy Clinton, May 19.Daugh- I' houses here. That Is the greatest need of Starke today. 9i et w wA
on grounds Sampson
yt'. the amWlement already on the Greenville May 18. [Beach and Starke. erty
location. taking over the work here.

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1 ,, The Bradford County Telegraph family and a beneficial environment for the I With Our Farmers"It shot any harm.He's "in he prison repeated.and can't"U allowed do 'I week-end.Arnold of Lake Butler

social development of your children. to run foot loose, he might i Joe Griffis
+ t A'' Established 1817PubUfthed "Homeownership cultivates good cit I pull some trick; but he has no; visiting C. A.of Griffu Clay County''I

t i dl '' i'' Weekly> on Fridays and Entered. Second izenship because you will take a greater interest looks to me like the war Cason thinks they are not tired way of notifying Germ&l'I I Miss :Margaret Crlfl SUl1dt
Is right at hand" wild "Noon"Warren out like they were before when: When asked U It was possible turned home
V\ Clans. Matter at the Poet Office at Starke. Fla. in community affairs if you have a two mile out I
who lives
we entered the last> war. Their that he might; give England' weeks with Luth.Tr Cn
-- -- in them. This is
greater stake a major con on the GalneHvUle road Saturday. hasn't had to I Starke.
army about the activities
AAEAYBEFtiRimPRESS tribution to the defense of democracy "I hope not but It looks like It," I just planes and bombj. "They false I Mrs. Ida
think the United of Germany and the German : Chase vend
he continued 1 spent t
ASSCX3AI1ON "Homeownership gives the first- have Just been killing women with k
you Mrs.
be forces Mr. Gllsson I z. Z.
States will win. I may wrong: and tearing down fighting Crtf .,
and children
rate credit standing of a home-owner and but I hope so. If we wait around churches, and school agreed that therein lay a possibility Arnold Griffis returned ,
3tolWrcud -:1 l4tLdia"e in addition to giving you tangible dividends here till they whip everybodyelse houses. Their army Is not tired." of Hess' doing real harm If work at Buford, N, c, last
a for monthly then It will be too late," he England believed It and acted
----- instead of rent receipts your day.Miss
I SUBSCRIPTION KATE said "If we don't get In. I don't "Hess 'was Just sailing over upon it."Ilese. Margaret Griffu .
it also the consider ...
Yearly, $1.731 SU Month" 91.00-Payable In housing expense, saves know what will happen. I've Scotland trying to find out Ing Misses Mildred
able expense of periodic moving and the studied_ it 'from every viewpoint,, something," thinks O. L., Brown came over to England to Morrell Sunday and It*
BIBLE VERSES inevitable purchases of things needed for and I don't know. But It is high who lives four miles north ofStarke find out what the" people were afternoon
4 4r doing over there said W. S. I
time all our shoulderto bin out.
put "when
we gas gave I
"Therefore all things whatsoever each house occupied. miles
yet Norman who lives three
do all that's
the wheel and we He Is I Just a German spy, .
would that men should do to you, do ye The advantages are obvious but many Mr. 'Warren said he was too all. He had to tell something out on the Jacksonville road "It

i even BO to them; for this is the law and the people still do not think they can do any-' young to get,In the last war, and when they found him. But Great looks like we are going to haveto M

prophets.-Matt.! 7:12. (The Golden Rule.) thing to achieve them. This is a mistaken I I go too If old necessary.for this one, but would lies Britain," Mr.will Brown never thinks.fall for"When his come. It Isn't into going the war to,be and as we'U'win. longas

',''ti "And thou shalt love the Lord thy God idea, and the thousands of, low-cost housesnow Hess tells the English that the It baa been, either said Mr.I

i with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, under construction throughout the I' L. L. Howard son of Mrs. attack Is going to be In one Norman, Saturday. "It's) a terrible -
Frances Howard, of Brooker,was to think about
thing even ,
%" and with all thy mind and with all thy country are positive proof that ,Mr and on the street Saturday afternoon.He place" continued Mr. Brown and will be much worse when we

1, strength; this is the first commandment. Mrs. Average Family can and ARE doing la now wearing the uniformof direction."they will go If In he'd the ten very me opposite that get Into It," he continued, "butI

+ iiF And the second is like, namely this, Thou something about the matter of home"own- his Country and is stationedat Heaven was above, I'd think It believe we are\pretty well pre
{ shalt love thy neighbor as thyself."-Mark ership. Camp Blanding, but he was was below." pared."
brought up on a Bradford County
12:30-31.: If you are a victim of the present farm. "It Is the Idea of some people BOATDRAIN

"Love worketh no ill to his neighbor; housing shortage, you should at least be Speaking of Rudolph Hess, Mr. that Germany sent Hess over to By Mrs. Z. Z. Otiftts
f t therefore love is the fulfilling of the law." interested enough to investigate the possi- Howard said: "I don't know Scotland" said M. Gllsson, who
lives Southeast of Starke "for I Charley Russ and Mr. and Mrs
whether he dropped in there
I'ei -Romans 13:10.THOUGHT: bilities of home ownership by conferringwith
(Scotland) to talk about peace, some kind of trick. But Hess Is Richard Feagle of Jacksonvillewere
building supply firms, contractors and or what he went for. He might in prison, and he cannot do ,any visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E.

FOR TilE WEEK real estate brokers. be working a slick trick, or think harm," he continued. "What I Green Thursday afternoon. r..... sand for NEW boiryt,(
for think Is that he ran from Miss Margaret Morrell was tainlng daz m of bright Mmi
discover in he Is. But if England falls away
a "don'ts"of The encouraging facts you prove b.kJ" ,...,
1 We need not about the
worry that I'll be surprised." Germany to keep from getting ,visiting Mr.! and Mrs. Johnnie k> aoro .r. Boos T. R",1GrI.4. .
) such consultation might be the turning I
the Bible. Christianity is: a positive life Asked If he was ready to
-not negative! If we obey the two great point in your life, and in the life of this fight, he said, "Yes, Sir-reel"! I

commandments-to love God and our neighbor community. "The majority of the soldiers

; -we have kept the law. If we love God don't believe we will fight until
they come over here. But we'llgive
ail we will not sin against him; if.we love Fourth of July Celebrations 'em hell I then." he said.

1 .our neighbor we will not sin against him. Should Mean More This Year "Moat of them* say, 'To hell with:
Hitler and don't think or talk
The truth of the trite saying that "life about war. They don't expect togo

A Farmers Are Good Losers is, just one thing after another" keeps life I ; but say the time to give 'em

ta Good letters? You bet they are! Brad from being drowned in monotony-from being hell Is when" they try to come

ford County farmers have what it takes. merely a dull, lifeless, prosaic existence over here.

;1 Few if any of them will break even on the O. C. Canon, who lives three

berry season just ended. Gross receiptswere Immediately after Christmas New miles out on' Road 28 west of
town, thinks "tnglancl can't win
hardly half of the previous year's.But Year's day stares us in the face. Then, be- the war," '"The United States will

have you heard them complaining? We fore we can catch our breath, there come have to go into it,' he continued.

k haven't. By careful cross-questioning and along in rapid-fire succession the birthdaysof I "It looks that way to me. Eng

ti' third-degree tactics we have forced two with St. land cannot conquer those Germans -
Lee Lincoln, and Washington, ." Mr. Cason thinks it 1 111
or three to admit they didn't make any. Valentine's day, St. Patrick's day and April Impossible, no matter how many;

g money, but even these are taking it philosophically Fool's day thrown in for good measure. airplanes, guns and other war
1:,. t" and will set their berries again this material. we send England for
But the Ocala Banner takes the cake,,
her to win the without the
war <
fall, confidently expecting the "good year"they coming out several days ago with big front active participation of the United

missed this time. page headlines, "July 4 Celebration Plans States. "We'll be In the war in
leas than six months, and I havean
all committees and
To Be Made listing get-
'" Idea It will last a pretty good
Housing Problem Must Be Solved ting ready for'business. We believe in preparedness while," he continued..

:j; By Individual Initiative and should by no means allow "I'm afraid those bullies are

By now it Is clearly apparent that BO important an occasion as the Glorious going to be harder to handle .
whatever'' 'substantialgrowth' Starke''' Is-.to' thief in than they were before; they'have '
'Fourth to come upon us'"as a the a larger forenow..'* .Then, Mr t -

have. in .the matter of housing must come night." "" ...... ... 11 .
through private channels. If there is any one celebration this

t y l No governmental fairy godmother Is particular year that should meet with the I ,

going to wave a wand and create a ,nice hearty approval of the American people it Items You Will ..:.: 't. ..It ,

tis, subdivision attractive homes, so there is is the Fourth of July-the anniversary of ., ,f, ::....,:II" :'.'..

: q no use sitting around and waiting for this. the day when America became a "free and :;\,f." :'_\. 4 ,r
to happen. independent nation"-"the land of the free Need ThisSummer i.. '. y c< A ,
tt .
and the home of the brave" America shook "
After months of dogged effort on the i' ,

part of local interests, the only tangible off the shackles that bound her to England, ,1', ," < ."

result obtained is the provision for 200 portable and throughout the greater part of the 165 .! ,

s' houses and trailers for Starke provided years since that day friendliness and brotherliness :
sH.Ih :
x for in a deficiency bill passed by the House. have existed between the two .,( :, ": ',,

This is purely an emergency housing effort, nations. We CarryA ,, or", ', -
f ; however, and, whenever desired, the gov But now America is threatened by a foe 'f"i' \ '

ernment'can pack these units up move them -or a combination of foes-stronger and .. ;'"; ; '

I to some other.section of the country. more dangerous and deadly than any that Complete .' : 'I',:ht. : ,<,.:\ .: .. 6

has crossed her before. And with ",<- .
ever path j;
Whatever substantial .
permanent housing Line I. ,") '. ..
of Supplies
this great cosmopolitan Commonwealth .
Starkeis to get, therefore, must come
r through the individual home builder .with teeming with fifth columnists Aaron

i' the aid of the Federal Housing Administration Burrs and Benedict Arnolds-waiting for a For Your.. Dog 1941

; or private funds. favorable opportunity to "bite the hand
that feeds them Americans must "hang
At the present time in Starke, business
construction is far outstripping residential together or we will hang separately". Bones, Chains,

construction. Anything we can do to cement our people
However desirable the for
together-north, south, east and west- Harness
mer type might be, it is not an encouraging Collars, '
and to serve notice on the world especiallythe
when the building of new homes
lags too far behind. dictator nations that we are a united Leads; Brushes ', y.1fj4 y. >
people, we should and will do. This shouldbe :
The multiple advantages of home *
ownership -;
the greatest FOURTH OF JULY cele-
,, were stressed in recent Combs Balls AW
bration since 1776, and, if other towns and ie r a
Daily Times editorial, which stated that
cities throughout the United States fol.
there is no firmer foundation for 4Ri'n
personal Muzzles
low the lead of Ocala, it will be. -RS .
,,, and community I progress, and went on to 3r+ai
Patriotism does not. consist solely in
enumerate ,the following points: .
tr i throwing away our hats, standing at attention Also
"Homeownership provides a sound and j
or shouting ourselves hoarse when ;

painless method of saving money and has Old Glory passes in review and the band Household ..s :{ "'., ..'
probably started more people on the roadto plays "The Star Spangled Banner". The -

single financial factor. independence than any other very word "patriotism" itself means "love Insect Spray

of one's country", and that means loyalty,

"Homeownerahip stirs a pride of pos service sacrifice and death-if need be-

session which makes for happiness and it for the country we love. O-Cedar The'VELVET'you *

Vir enables you to provide security for your "United we stand-divided we fall". Polish ride on The VELVET you save

ROUGH ROADS and boulevards all look alike to the AND THESE big 6-pissenger .,/",.riliel
VANDERBILTBy and grandson. Milton lle and
were Esther
Manning, all of '
111881.UL; \ NORMAN Ing Mr. and Mrs. Eugene VIsit-I Jacksonville were visiting friends Old English 41 Ford-they're all'paved with vfov//-thanks to "Special"sedans are actually the lowest-priced! f

t } Webster Baker of Tarpon Worthington Mr. and Mrs.Springs Levy and relatives here Sunday. Polish Wax and those long slew-notion springs and velvet-acdon among the low-pric leaders! Tbere's velvet 011

Spring. U visiting Mr. and Mrs. and family and Miss. Lucille Howard Mr and Mrs. Barney McRae hydraulic shock absorbers. Now for the first time cost. And here's man */*/.' la the (ii1mofe .
I I Renfroe and attended church services In and family of Starke were visiting
family. Floor Wax la the low-price field, that luxurious rthttr
you get miles rer
Raiford Sunday Canyon Economy: Test-over
# Mrs. W. P. Varnea and little: morning.Mra Mr. and Mrs Levy Norman
daughter, Glcnda. of Orlando, and I Allen Thomas has returned Thursday of last week. *((4 you expect only la big costly cars. And there's till more velvet when you trk-
to her home in Jacksonville Dust
F; Miss Lorena Rosier of Lawtey I MopsBradford
9 after spending several days GEM CUPS-3Oc per M_ WE, TRADE FOR ANY AND
were visiting Mr. and Mrs Levy here with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. BRADFORD ALL MAKES
Norman i TEL IC -
Monday afternoon. Howard.

_ :Marie and Harry Edwards have Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman GRAPH. Andrews Motor Co

? returned to their home In Brook- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A, A. "Only Medicine I Ever Used Hard .
er after spending last week here Edwarda of Brooker .
with their Saturday.Mr. and now I'm 811! Kept ADLE-
grandparents, Mr. andfn. .
and Mrs. L. U Renfroe and Starke
F. it Norman. RIKA on hand the past 27 years. FloridaMAY
?1 son. Samuel and Webster
Bakerof .
) II. L. Norman and Allen How. Tarpon Springs, were O.-Tex.) ADLERIKA contains ware Co.
guests 3
S; ard made a business Jacksonville for quick bowel action --
trip to. of Mr. and Mrs. MUler Johns and esa
{ : last with s carminative to
J. B. Carlisle.
family of New River Sunday lieve Owner
Sir. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Mrs. gas pains. Get ADLERIKA "
and Col- today.-ATYOUR
r DRUG STORE t ,. "'- .


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1911 MAY/ 23 '1941 jTi
.U', ...,_ ( Ann Timen
BR"D"ORDTf I Mr. Murrhe. Sec.. 21 Twp. g.1 If -
("o'RT. CUr R 11 E., containing a Acres a curve to the left having a STATE OF FLOi1AA. .
1:11 : more parrels of land I
fll1''LOKIP" or leu. radius of Ii Uolf feet and total PETITIONERS and to show cause FlorIda. or all such rights and In. Clerk of the Circuit Court,
:. The central angie, 11 : 32 why the same should not he taken terest In and to said aha.1cea T Frank I-anrtrum, '
v.. anKeRnment! of the said vs.Andrew property ,
PlaIntiff property for the ,
th..nt'e ties* and .
1' }IUt under the paid certificate along laid curve 980 feet Larson ant(* Vry Do. Laron. purposes set forth ** and terminate. Plaintiff attorney. .
Is.ud In I
; L. pefendsfltIoIItI .. more" or i.ss. e West his wife.De'f.niints.. said Petition to.wit: for a eec.tio E. W. Scarborough! 4.-6t.t--5-3. : -
In the ,
wa of
of'.Jul:1 name
: Unknown 4tt""ft't:
I.nlf .n. fIt
I 1Ih daY "f the said ,. EH : ., or portion of State Road No. Director State Beverage r .t.-.t.t
; ib Florrt Union said certificate shall be Department
a dfefldftflt. K'i of the. SW 1 of Section 21. designated as Project' 1111'11.l as. of Florida,
27. XOTICK Flor
ihe Tallah..1
l I. uflTi according to ''law the POM (IN PIRI.TCATIONNOTICE
the POINT 0> >ur>vyed and shown on Ida. ORftKR OP 1 :,
1&41. rr.hlenca .
.. to app.ar toIl properly,; described therein will! be th...,... continue ; PRO"I.Jit: ,.'" ( said. map or plat herelnabove re 4-Ii 6t 623IV TO APPMAH. 'ffi'iTh '
"t no reqllired l ..gpiInNtr'1 old to the highest bidder at the along said curve JII: TllF NAME 0"'r11- 8TATETO : Alicia ,
ferred' to
I. flied 332 t..t. more 0" I.".. IB the 1:11,1;: OF' to, or default may. be en- Stateof Kltrlda Stf
.1 conlplalJ't to b.. pub. courthouse door on the Iret Mnn- line ot said 'w' .f F1.\\UOA.\ teretl **;alnBt you. Tin riRCl IT TO BT. F.lfillTII Walters, whoa, residence I* un 4'known \< f
In rhi'.rk for four eon-' dar In the month of July 1941, fiE \< .f the SW;.". of Section the E' of AUI. WHOM. jt MAY CON. WITNESS my hand. a.* Clerk of Jiimitt. tint'I ir OK r'l.oiii. : You are hereby notified ,j >
". 1Ir..ltord. ('DUflt' which I I.. the 7th day of July, 141 1'AIiCoL! NO. I: 11. CERN: the Circuit Court In and for Brad U '. I .t"\ is rCUt ltII.tlI.'OItl) that bill of complaint for divorce f .
0c weck. In ... pUbll"he4r ) Dated thl. 10th., day ot May That AND In Andrew ,J'rfl"lI and Mty. ford County Florida and the seal rot':vrvIV and due affidavit for this order ,i
VP h a n.w.r..p. )'. Florida.Florida. 9. *K.,. portion of W 4 of EU of Doe Larson his wlf. wh's. place of said Court this the 0th day I'll INCKHYnitOP.lt has been filed. In the Circuit Court '
: .i tor d ( JOth 141.wIA1 \llaY A. J. Tb..U Clerk of r Bradford: S..th.all.... Jl EasL lying island N. Y.i; Bradford: Count.9.h.r d 1(1 At'l-UAIt a cause. wherein Bel> \ Stephen Wsl- t
:; I'1iALI: u r t. Bradford County. Florida. Ii-U 4t '-13 described Within.' 21i f" .t ditch centerline i, And to all having or OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ;John W. Buford tens I. plaintiff and Alicia. Walter r1 t ,
CIr<'UIl co .-21 U '-U a. follows" : 1 claiming any r r..ra..H., tide. Interest Clerk of he Circuit Court In and .. Plaintiff is. defendant and you are herebyrequired ]
Florl4a. IT CIRCflT COfMT. JlR.'IJFORn Beginning on the South boundary estate. mortgage cy other lien toor for Bradford County, Florida. VB- to appear tn said cause l
1 St.1'1. Wl of E'.. of T Frank Landrum Nettle Lou II n ford. on June: 2nd, iiIt). Bradford County -
EIGHTH ('O"' TY. FLOH''''. l.CHA: > 8B" of on that certain bayed' of land
('OER' CKRY.Jack: ?7Vft. "io* point foil feet wet. In Bradford (County Florida which Attorney for Petitioner. Defendant. Telegraph I I. designated. .. the 'Inewspaper '
g lIK"IIT OF yIAflt1l r>. .. corner thereof; thoncc I. Included In that "'TATr0.. FLORIDA TIlE T."TE1""' FLORIDA! in which this order
Futeh of Htat
Plaintiff pert
v To
IfIA", ''liP f'OR $ Beatrice ?utcb, Defendant.. On Mon. run North I degree SI' .1"' East Road No. 2tl deli"sV4 *s. "Pro COUNTY OF BRADFORD residence Nettle Is l.ou Buford. whose shall b* published once a week te.i.m
I" 1 n.8 feet : thence North I. A. J. Tb..m..a. Clerk of the unknown for four consecutive week priorto
day, the Tth day of 11 d.- ject C621". a* *t4
TV' ('ERT July 1941. the ar.... 26' 62" yIt'i surveyedand Circuit Court of It I is hereby. said date. Witness my
("IU"I I defendant. Beatrice.. East 100 feeti I thence platted ) "State' .Road the Eighth Judicial : Qontbt"t.'e you return
Futch. whoseresidence >
ri ", I North I degree. 14' Oil" West i Circuit In and for Bradford: County required to appear 2nd hand and official. seal at Blanks '
I I. Department of the 8t_t. Flor 11
r. Cr&Wt0 I I Union : Route 3, Box 13. lit.* feet: thence. North 4 degrees ida, and shown rlfht of Florida do hereby certify. that day of June A. IK 1941 before the Florida, thl* the 38th day of April.' > .' ;' ;
Mills. North lop of I
Plalnllff. N O. unII I Carolina I I. required 47' East 84 .5 feet. 10 the way the. above and foregoing tn a true above entitled ,court to the bill ol A. D. 1941. '
thereof *
.. crawtord. I, to appear to the bill of North boundary of said WM of map on fit* In the officeof and correct copy of the Notice In oumplalnt filed acalnst you In the ,OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thorn : ;,
I complaint filed against the Clerk of the. Circuit Court .
1. I her herein. E4 of of: Eminent Domain above entitled causei and TIlE Bradford) : :
8EU 8 W 14 at a In and for Proceeding Issued Clerk Clrvelt Court,
: Bradford Cyunly
rt.n4ant.ORP&R This order to be Ploy- '
[) of .ERVJ F2SOTICE I published once 21t..t West. of the NE corn"thereof on the 30th day of April, A. BRADFORD UNTY TELUURAPH; County, Florida B-2 4t B-23 .,: ; '! {
each week for four coneeuiveweki ida and In a('cord>. n" e with, the I I. hereby designated. the I ,
APPEAR 't *a newspaper
: the lands 1941 In the of Bradford
TO herein case -
In Bradford granted Petition filed In ttt. above entitled.
County Tele- In which thia order shall
rTE: OF crawt..rd.FWRIDAI whoOce graph, a newspaper published In containing I.... 1.01 acre, more or cause by Hr..rfordJllty\ a pol County the a political subdivision ot published. once a week: fer four be i.v THK ('..."trIT r,rnT FOR ill, :,
State of and WIt.\ .
RII..ell' J. 1Ot Stree" a. I I d Bradford County. Florida. itical subdivision of tn* !State! of Florida consecutive weeks THE EiGHTH JITKlCIAI.: CIR-: '\ ;
I. Wed York. Stnrke. Florida. May 21.. 1941. PARCEL NO. *: Florida, et .I., arln you. and Kdwarda.J I.Chairman T C. Chaa.taln. WITNESS! my hand and the seal rtltT, O** rUOHIOA. IN ANI) !
york New that )Oil are OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I, Thomas That pa.rJL of the East aPII teat. each of you nee lei tie; to condemn. P I>. Wynn.Reddish M. O. Harrelland of this court at Starke, Florida, FOR MRADFORU COVNTY. IX: :: : .
herebY ordered the 7th day Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford of the NTH4 of the. NE14 of Secllfl,14 for public road anej highway' pur. as this 30th A. Di I94l ClfANCMRY : lust
od 40 .P"""be9rO on the above i iI County, FJorlda. 5-23 4t ,-Hi Township! 8 South, Range I Roses. said parcel ftf Isn't, situate County Commissioner the entire of Board Bradford of (OFFICIAL &KALP: J. Thomas Harold Richard TVIok. ;\
1911 East, lying within and being In 'irdtorel Coun. Clerk
A. P: bll1of" com- 100 feet of of the Circuit Court. Plaintiff.
I 11 to the the centerline of State I ty Florida and more particularly) County a political ..ubdlvl..lolof John J. ,
OU1t Road 211 .
'ou' i In' 'the.tItIed TRIO Henderson,
) the State of Florida Petitioner ? ;
fIled" ....aln"t CIKCITIT C..RT. EIGHTH described. as fOllow.: described a* follow; Plaintiffs Olive 'VflcV.
eauee; and "Brad-1 JUDICIAL cinctiT OF PUOHII I That portion of ttfollowing described vs. Luclna 1\(. Clark a widow. Defendant Defendant. \'
." eIgriPh" I. >". IN AND FOR BHAUFOIIDCOUNTY 'Commence"Section, 27 on the East line of I parcel ot land. to-wlttt a* the earn. appear on 6-2-4t-5-23 Divorce I
C.llnlY lIawepap.r Township ( South file In this office.
1..4 a. the 3 East I Commencing on the> 1''= b. "
*IItI) CJrd ehall four pub-1 IV CHANCERY feet .N"'r b of the at 'a SB point 72 of SEH of Nit I. of Section WITNESS" my ,hsnd and officialseal TO WHOM IT !M 'Y tO'd'EUNs TIlE STATE' OF.JI'LORIDAI \4 ': i
one. a week fOJ; ORDER OP MRRVICH NOTICH thereof and run North 89! corner 20, Township I S.,titn.' Range. la at Htarke, Bradford County TAKR NtiTlCN THAT one I9SO Tot Olive Wick 2111 Klbert Lane .
.. .....k.. TO APPEAR 50' West 918.1 feet to the degrees '''IIhe. a point MI' feet Northof Florh''i. this 30th day. of April A. M ..al I IES8
and tb. Rufui < F. Billings, poInt vornerihor.t'f '
my hand of a curve to the right SB : thence A-3901694 bearing 1941 Tag No. It I I. hereby ordered that- yon
.t toIt..rk",. Florhl..00h Plaintiff radius of II 419.2 having a North 19 degree tV West, 130R.. (OFFICIAL ORAL) A. 3. Thomas 11-8447. with an appraised. value are required to appear on the 2nd '
UU' fret
II court day ot May, A.. D. -v. No. 1217 '..,..tral angle' of 17 and a total 79 feet to Station Ut-r-60 of the Clerk' Circuit Court Biadford Cuun- of less than II.OOO, was seised In day of June, 1941. beforetb* ,;, 13.
,! ilEAL) A. aot ,Thom. Lucy II. BillIngs. thence along said degrees S3' centerline of State Rttsd. 281. Project ty. Florida.NOTICH Hradford County Florida. March above entitled Court, to the lUll j I l'Uqt.
ICIAL the ('Ircult Court Defendant. feet to the. west. line curve of the 492.82 6511 ; thtnce \>ir n 0 degrees -- 31, 1941, for being used In viola of Complaint filed against you In ;j I ,
Jack5onyIIl. Fl.' I TilE STATE! OH1 FLORIDA: the of said SELt'of 10' East 406 feet for POINT OFHEOINNINU I : OF I\TRTIO'"' '' TO4FIM.Y tion of "Section 9, (Chapter IW3UI. the above cause, and "The Ilrad L
Ii WilBon Attorn.y. ..23 4tc 8-U To: Lucy H. Hillings, whose real' at .a point 8K"i 1\1.3 feet"' North 8.<: ; thrn.-o! continueNorth TO l.EtileI.'rI'ItI.1OF .: / :Laws of Florida. 1939. and that It ford County Telea-raph" la hereby '
tll"! dene I I. unknown.It SW corner thereof.It of the 0 decrees '11' Itt, 700 feet. ; FI.OHIU TO PtK. <4 LOCAL la Ih. Intention of K. W. Hcarbroimh ilHlcnat a* the newspaper In '" *
I I. hereby ordered that YOU thonre South at dVgI'eOgI 60' East OH IIIPJi'LW: Director of the State Beveraire which this order shall. be published "' i 1 Wa.:
'OF' APPLICATION" are required to appear on the 2nd being the Intention of this 400 feet; thence garth 0 degrees: Notice. Is hereby given to all Department, of "Florida Talla once a week for four (4). consecutive .
T' OEEJ) day of June: A. D. 1941 before theabove Instrument to convey that. partof 10' Kant 100 feet: thrtice. S. R9 deKrees whom It may concern that the undersigned hassee, Florida, t') sell the property week
FOil. Bill No. .r.titiad court to the bill the East 399 feet of the NJB 4 : 60' East rt.%: thence Intends to apply for altove described at public sale at WITNH8ti ''the Honorable A. Z ''lit
(....al.18 HERE. YU3)OIV-N'. of complaint filed aa-alnnt you In of the NE\t of said Section 14 North 0 des...e.. 10') Eimt: 100 feet; the Legislature' of Florida to pass the Courthouse, ., Htarke, Florida. at Adklna aa Judge of this Court, \ 4
t! g Pow 1I holder of Tax the above entitled. CHUNK; and THE lying .within 100 feet of the cen. thence South 89 Ifgt'ees 50' East. at the regular session held In 1941a 10.00: A. M. on .May Ii, 1941. and the teal of thl: Court In the 'the
.N 2"6. "m..d the Ith.Icts BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH terllne of state Road 261, and no 345 feet. ; thence "Mouth' \ 0 degree: special or local law concerning The. Slat Beverage Departmentof City of Htarke Bradford County : 0
ol D! 1926. ha tii.d! I* hereby designated .. the. New other. land. 10' Went 30 fret : thence North, Bradford County which law In Florida reserves. the right to Florida title lot! day of May, 1.41. > ls0I
I JuI' office and has made : this order shall be You and each of you are herey 89 decree 60' \X'eM 14S feet; substance Is: reject any and all bids.. (CIKCUIT COUnT SEAL t
I 'In, mv,for deed to b. gtr.d once a week for four >> commanded to be and appear thence South 0 degrees 10 West. i An Act ratifying and confirming All persons claiming' any. right or A. J. Thomas ", ;
lion atlald certificate consecutive", week. in the Circuit Court In and for 70 feet: thence. Noth ft d.r.e. : Chapter 1TH24 Act of 1137, Interest In or to said. property or Clerk of the Circuit Court, lirad.'nrd ( let
*L.tbreofl.the following described WITNESS my hand and the seal Bradford. County Florida at the BO West 100 feet! ti|..nce riouth, : Laws of Florida, relating to sal soy part thereof are hereby required County, Florida.. :! $0151a
of Brad- of this court at Starke, Florida, office of the, Clerk of Bald Court 0 I degrees. 10' WeSt I 00 feet; I arle I of County: Commissioners: of to appear i and to make: such. Lloyd BaeAttnrney ', \ .3
feti'Florida. to-wlt: thtft. SOth day of April, A. D. 1941. in the City of Starke, Hradford thence North 1111 d'*ie* &o' West Bradford County, Florida; and providing Halms. within" thirty (30 days. for Plaintiff "' \: 4,.'
Blk (OFFICIAL SEAL 200 feet thence Mout h 0 do from the date. of the first 1.12.1 Harnett Nat. Uk. BUI* ,
I S. 4. 8. of ( ) A..T. Thomas County Florida on or before the ; : I for expenses to be paid publica
b I' Ad'! to AgrWln NB14WfStfffK1" Clerk of the Circuit Court. 9th day of Jun... A. D. 1941, to grees 10' WA t $00 feet. ; to members of said Board not to lion of this notice a. provided. for Jacksonville, Florida 1.1.41I.U .' I a.
w John J. Henderson show what right title Interest or thence North 1111 elcttf. 60' Went. exceed twenty dollars I per month: byHectlon II, Chapter I9SOI. Law -, II
: '% Plaintiff' Attorney lien. you, or any of you have In 100 feet ; thence Kiuuih' 0 decrrre In connection with the supervisionof I of Florida 1939 to the State Beverage ) '5b
5-2-4t-5-13 and to any of said above described 10 West ; hence North road work In the districts of Department: of Florida, Talla NOTiCE: OF APPLICATION: FOR \
: uumwment of the *.& prop1' .* parcels of land and to show cause 89 decree. OOIJ.\h\ 100 feet; the County. hassee Florida, or all. such right. TAX HEEl!: \! r tue
the said! certificate l.- IV THE why.the name should not be taken thence South 0 a"/frftn 10' West Board of County Commissioners and interest In and to said property ."....<. Mill t>.. .ea) !
the name of Unknown.nM CIRCUIT COURT OF THE' ; fo, the uses. and purposes. set forth 200 feet; thence North; PR derrev. of Bradford shall cease and terminate, NOTICE IB HEKKflY: (11VKM. '
eel nld in certificate *hall be EIGHTH HIIAUKORU JUDICIAL CIRC I IT. In paid Petition to-wlt as rightof 60' West 500 feet to) !point of beginning County Florida IS. W, Mvarbrouch. That T. J. Alderman. Bolder of '/
according to ,6>aw. the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. way, drainage ditches and borrow which lies within N'. By? Director Slate. Beversce Department Tat]; Certificate No. 170 issued the I' /
IS. desorlhed therein will be subdivision or COUNTY a political pita for a section or portionof of BKVi of HKVi: T,( Hedlon IK. W, 31; Edwards" Chairman. of FloiMa, Tallahassee Flor Ind day of August A. D. UU I ; lag
highest bidder at the State of Florida, State Road No. 261 designateda Township 6 South.Range 23 -1-6t--30 ida 4-tft It 6-33 h... flied .me In my: office anti Ii1fS
IhfliiM and W. M. Edwards Chairman. T. Project East ha* made application for tax !<
door on the first M. as located surveyed I a
I. S. C. Chastaln. ;J. L. Wynn M. O. and shown You and each of foIl era hereby I -- deed to b. Issued thereon. Maid "
month of July. on saiu map or '
K day of July th.1 Harrell and P. D. n..ddl.hl. as members plat heretlnabove. referred to, or default commanded to be unl' appear In TO WHOM IT MAV COVCKHVl IV THHHCI IT rOI'HT' KHltlTH certificate embrace the fol'owing'
ffrf ii the tilth 7th day of May' comprising r.. Board I mav he entered. against you. the Circuit Court lr\ st.>l for Urnd. TAKE NOTICE THAT one 135! / In. .I, l>l<-\l, t'IIttlIl' OK FI.OM. described property In the County ''i 1 i '
thl. ) A. S. of County Commissioner of Bradford WITNESS my hand a* Clerk of ford County Florid.. M the .ottl<'" ternntlonal Truck Engine No II. 111' IN AMI ron IIR"U..OIIUt.OU'l''Y nt Bradford Htate. of Florida, to.. ; \
T3oirruU Court 'of Bradford I!, County.va political subdivisionof he Circuit Court In and for Brad- of the Cleric. of Bald Court, In the D. ,36493.. bearing I 1941 Motor Vehicle wit" : :
5-23 4t 1.111 I I the Htate of Florida I fold County Florida and the seal City of Htarke, \Hi>..dfi.>fd County. Tag No. 46-UK 74 with ; I'll C''I.RYOR : JJOU Of NR'4 TE',4: of NWU\ Of \
If, Florida. I Petitioners,' ''of said Court this the 7th day otI.rdt"d Florida. on or before the 2nd day appraised value of less than ".000 ICR OK KKKVHM NOTICH JKU: Section' 1t Township. I '
1 I I -vs- D. 1941, at Starke. In of June, A. D. IUI, to how what wan "seized, In Bradford County, TO APPEAR Hiiuth, llance II Kant, containing :
i aaciiT: coiiHT. EIGHTH A. F. P. ICing, .t al.. :. County Florida. right title. Interest l\r lien you |, Florida April n, 1941 for being Paul. R Craig (0 acre, more or I.... "
(CHI < IHCI IT OF' FLOR- Defendant (OFFICIAL tEAL) A. J. Thomas or any of you. hav In and to any ), used In violation of Section. 9, Plaintiff The .....uent of the said pro \I :
M AND! FOR BRADFORD IN THE NAME OF THE Clerk. of the Circuit Court In and of said above descMtirtl' p..reels of Chapter. 19301. Laws of Florida -vs. No 1222 pert under the paid. certificate ',,1?: ,
ITT. I It STATE OF FLORIDA for Bradford County Florida. land and to show cam why the 19.1R, and that It Is the Intentionof I Bern Craig issued was In the name of tlreen ''W welto
II mANCKRYr NOTICBIN '1'. Frank Landrum same should not b. tsK,.n for. the E. Hi-arborouch, Director of I in Cl..nda nt Mitchell '
r Anderson I Attorney for Petitioner. uses and purposes. st forth In said the State lleverac Department of TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA tlnlean said certificate hall be "
tilt. I EMINENT DOMAIN PROCKEDINOS:: Petition to-wlt: far a. section or Florida. Tallahassee, Florida I to To Bess Craig' whose address. I. redeemed aooordlna- to law, the 54 '14
,..Plain No. 1227 Iti TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN !tT'TK OK FLORIDA portion of Stale Jtnnil No. 241. sell the property above describedat 113 Has Avenue, Los Angeles. property' described therein will be '",,1 ii'-
i Anderson, I Iflpfendant. : COUNTY OF BRADFORDI. designated .. Projort 6521. a* located public sale at the Courthouse, California nld: to the highest bidder at the I. ''C rtagilt, a
I AND to A. F. P. Kins, whose A. J. Thomas, Clerk of the surveyed and hnwn on said Htarke, Florida at 10:00: A. M. on It I. hereby. ordered that you are court house door on the first Mon. 55 *
1 ORDER OF 8ERVICE1' I place of residence Is Route 5. Box Circuit Court of the Eight Judicial pr plat herethnMjVe referredto May 27, 1941. required. to appear' on the 2nd day day In the month of June. 1If1. : V bed.list..
; NOTICE! TO APPEAR I 11. H.nder.onvl1le. N. C.; R.. E.- W, Circuit In and for Bradford or default lithy be entered The State Beverace Department of of June A. D. 1941 before the which I I. the Ind day o{ Jun., "'
IJTATE: OF FLORIDA: Hinvest and wife Mary Doe Hln- County Florida do hereby certify against you.WITNEH.S. Florida reserves the. right to reject above entitled 1 court to the bill U4I. I 1!
Virginia' Anderson whose' Vest whose place of residence. 1* that the above and foregoing. Is a my bend *. Clerk of any and all bids. of complaint filed against you In Dated thU 10th day of April ,
flee fi In State of Michigan. I IIi I unknown true and rb'ca'; of the Noticen the Circuit Court Ilk and for Hrad All persona claiming any right or I the above entitled cause and the UtI. !
hereby ordered. that you are And to all person having or Eminent Proceedings Isued ford County, Florida. %nd the seal Interest In or to said propeity or Bradford County Telegraph I I. hereby tOYVICIAL$19AL) A..J. Thorn 4'I I ':' .
red to appear on the ?th day claiming any right, title. Interest on the 7th day of May A. D. of said Court this the 3otn day of any part thereof are hereby required designated: as "thh:1I JI In Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford) I ,
I lA. D. 1941 before the above' estate, mortgage or other leln to 941, In the case of Biadford April A. D. 1941, tit 'stark, In to appear and to make: such. which: this order ::published County. Florida. .I-fl.-6U 04t5 V
ed 1 < urt, to the bill of com I or on those certain parcels. of land County, a political subdivision' of Bradford County, lnrJdg.| claims within thlr.j.nO) days from once a week for I consecutive :
I filed acalnst you In' the In Bradford County, Florida which the State of Florida and W. M.Edwards. OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas the date of publicationof I weak h4.
j milled cause and "Brad are Included In. that part of State Chairman, T. C. Chas- Clerk of the. Circuit CVurt. In and this notice as provided for by I WITNESS my hand and the seal FIUB FOLDERS I.S5 per log
I County Telegraph' I* hereby Road No. 1S1 designated. aProject aln, J. L. Wynn. M. O. Harrcll for Bradford County, Florida* Section 13. Chapter 19SOI. Law. of of this court at "....rk., Florida, 100HRAD'OflDOOVNTYTELEORAPIL
as the, newspaper Inb I S521: as located surveyed and and P. I>.' Reddish as members T. Frank Landrum r Florida. 193V the Stale Beverace fhl SOth day of April A. 1 D>>. 1941. r "' ,iniS
thli order. BhaH ... pubiliriieali ,-platted by the State Road Department comprising the entire Board of Attorney for l-otltlnn.r*. Denartment, of Florida, Tallahassee. OFFICIAL. HEAL! ) A. ,F. Thomas :
week. for ,Four consecutive of the State of Florida and bounty Commissioner of Lire tford STATE OF FLORIDa
shown by right of way' map thereofon County a political eubdlvlslei of COUNTY OF BRADrcHmI
mESS my handaa4tiieppaI ; file In the office of the Clerkof he State. of Florida, Petitioner, A, 3. Thomas Clerk of I the ''i
Ikit court at' Htarke./Florida, the Circuit Court In and for "s..vtiT F. P..8KJny..h" official el al.1 Circuit Couit of the Ivlgtith; Judicial -J
luth\ day of May. A. I). 1941. d and described I In E and Circuit In ant] fur Hradford '
ViriAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I the :mlcfamld In the above entitled seal at Starke.. Bradford euu"ty.Florida County Florida, do he-reny certify When you're off
ft of the Circuit Court I cause on the 7th day of MayA this 7th day of May A 1)>,. that the above and roretcolne; I I. duty 0 It
la Wllnon Jacksonville. Fla. I D. 1941. by Bradford County. apolitical 1141. a true and rorrvrt copy of the ;
|im Attorney. ..23 4t eiiIo1icP subdivision. of the State (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ..hol'.*. Notice In Kmlnent Dotttain Proceedings 'isii 5

of Florida. .t al., against you, and as Clerk Circuit Court: Bradford Issued on tits 80th day
I each of you seeking to condemnfor of April A. I) 1941.i In the case tfBradforJ ,
: OP APPLICATION public road and highway purposes County, Florida. C-9 lit8 County"; % politics! sub., and '
FOR TAX. ....:lCD I the said parcel of land division ot the Ktute t>f Florida pause / tsT'
I9e>ate Bill N.. 13) situate lying and being In Bradford and W. M. Edward. Chairman T, 'H ,
.mCB IS HERKBY GIVEN County Florida, and more particularly I V VIlE! CIRCOT OrRT OF. TIlE C. Chastaln ;i I> Wynn. )t. 1). .
J Jamci DeSue holder of Tax I described a* follows; KHJIITH Jinirttl { IHCI'IT, Harrell and P. D. Reddish as members !
feat. Nn. 988 Issued the 7th I PARCEL NO. It HHAIlKOItn ('0""IiT"'I.OIU...* comprlnlnir Ihe entire{ Honrtlof .
of t,August A. D. 1933. hat filed I That part of the W14 of the E% BRADFORD} ) COl'NTY A POLITICAL County Ctmml".loll..ra l of Hrd !
iJi? roy! Office and h." mad I of the PE% of the L4W'4 of Section SUBDIVISION OF TilE ford County, a IIO"ItI"oI'"| l subdlvls.
yllon for a tax deed to be I 17, Township 8 South Range STATE OF 1"I..o\'tIOA.\ AND W. Ion of the State IT Florida, Pell-
thereon. Said certificate I 22 East lying within 100 feet. of M. EDWARDS, CHAIRMAN T. tionera, vs. Andr tir Lrs..n and "* '
'I the following describedi' I the centerline of State Road 281 C. ( [IA14TAIN. J. L. WYNN, M.O. Mary Doe Larson hi* wife, Defendants .
!" .In the County of Brad- described a. follows: A HKUDISH as the mime appear on m
of Florida, to-wit I Commence on the West line of AS ElilM'\ nUr"g)1 file In thin office.
E"-W4 of Blk 8 3. of R I W &I aid Section 17 INO THE ENTIIIB: BOARD OF WITNESS my" hand anti official '
'f of IIlk 4 8 of R I W feet North of t.h & Jntcos.9n8. roUNTY COMMISSIONERS! OF' seal at Htnrke. Ui-ndtord. County, *
!lea Bik i 8 IACe.W.01,3? thereof and run South 72 d.< Sub-Dlv.. ]I; 18' East 1206.05 feet ,to tire point S U B D I VISION OF THF.IIjI I) 1941.
( SEAL) AJ. Thomas iLfe
.. Clerk. Circuit .tlIrl: Bradford l .' I
Count)'. Flo ld..X- ,6.Z-6t3 I

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: .It lti \I. f'U"'U II.BhIAflFORll k..4:
I I II (01 "TVBRAI 141.011154 < 1.4 14.
>!' > rot'STY.' A POLITICAL ,
O HARREUL AND P. H. 1t1':1).

STATE Petitioner(IF' FIXJBIUA. : fr

-..,........,.......................... '' ... _
Luclna M. 'niark. l

to buy youmm ''I, Defendant.NOTICH IV H:WINK. "'''' poppitnlEEIl'tt '
': (iF' FLORIDA.TO l'l'l
: IJ.iJ '
I / AND to Luclna Pot. <<<"lark. whose I
I place of residence l I. 0iarke. Flori
da.And! to all persoba having er
ZZmB claiming any right.' till. Interest. ,
estates mortgage "r other Hen to
or on that certain, parcel of land
In Bradford County. Florida* which
te le Included In that part" of mate' 1 .
aJ Road No. 241 d..I..tl'4. su "Pro t)
lESssr-SSsSei ject (621". as ]*td, surveyedand ,

:::: ; Department platted of by the:thC 8t State te of Road Fla., ; ,

and shown by rlirhl wnv' man
: J trucks! Here's |aiU !onger o. thereof on file. In tM office ef 1 ,
time the Clerk of the Circuit, Court In i
[fl forms better saves 0'D' job-Racd and for Hradford fyunty:: Florida" I 1
0 and In accordance with the ..U.tlO" f
the ne i ." filed In the above" entitled t '
: money. See at any cause by Bradford CoMnty, a political ) :
any tru subdivision "f the, Stat. ef
til-l themwt'% Florida, et al.. a...ln..t you. and] i
Compare JSBwfeIUY each of you. neeklnn. condemnfor ll'i1H&_ -
TODAY' public road an<| highway' pur- -A ;; i tie'I
LOOK p"505 said parcel of lond, situate, ,
.... lying and being In r.dford Coun. do refreshed '
,. ,. ...... Iftdi
-' -- ty "Florida and more particularly 'j'jI '
described as follow' : ,
A parcel of land )*.clh.d a.Beginning -- .

YOUR NEXT TRUCK THI1e2"3.WAY' of E', of 8"on:'.the ot 0KV4 Wait!: of boundary S.ctlnn F eca Ice-cold Coca-Colal! Just a drink-but what a \ -

27. Township t ....c"... flange! tlKaet. I.
lllJK 670.Ot fet North ,11
at a point -
n ZZ4 AI' .5!!mzygmwP DEPEND, ON j HODGE, I P I J of Mouth the It HW decree corner kV thereof Rat: thence 4l.6 ,. drinkl' Millions of times a day people the .1 '

7'sc.d lw-Pric LowPricedA. I t S I lU feet; thence Worth' 0 degrees 10' '
fact thence !florth' At decree .4 1
..CK TRUCK :UODS >.tVv. *f 1111:4.; : East.100 50' We! .t UnO feet! thenc ;/ --: world over experience the thrill of lit taste i ii : '
IttlCst 100
"B" North 0 decrees fjets;
TIIuacs1' thence North iro> ;re* $o' West. {(':) ,
1(4.24 feet. to the.VVsst. Boundaryof and the refreshed feeling It brings. So when '
i' -, said Eto of ,BU of KMl' \. i J '.
I thence South along said W...t
. _ _ _ _ _ boundary 700." f..t to a point
of beclanlnc: said. parcel of land you pause throughout the day make It lhpovt .

i- >..-rs ., """' -.--" .. being a part of said EH!: of HKV4/:I YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY "

",,;o,1Ilt; _!WJft( :t lf.r.mt.: [; .:,.:tr: .,:.2'.',"11:. ..:. of more HI3V4.or and Ie..eontatoli. '.S7 acres, that rerYe..s with Ice-cold Coca-Cola.' I

You. and each of :>Ol<. are hereby .
commanded. to p* and appear. fIn -
the Circuit Cwejft In and for -I
Bradford Countyv\ VloUda at the C
J. P. Roberts, MotorspIe oftl..., of the Clerk of acid| Court.a ,"
( the ('11.7 of Bt"r.* itre.dfor4 BOTTLOJ UNDEX AUTHOMTY Of TIll COCA-OOtA COKPANT BY :
County Florida, OD o. befor" the I
of June .4.. D. Uti to
2nd day *
FLORIDA show what rl.ht. till. interest or' STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ? 54a'
Avenue STARKE, lien you, or any 0' 7e. II..* tn ,.
and to any of said .tx>f* 4eerlbd '

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:,fie MAY 231941


.i lffll i1 SOCIETY and CLUBS i GiebeigPenlandOf I At Mrs.Luncheon Davis Honored. parents After on playing N. Walnut:merry Street.;.games, ,Butler The Grove and Gainesville.held III

roasted weiners t
interest to their many the young people meeting'Tuesday
Given by U. D. C. fire then enjoyd refreshments with night, hr:
:. .'(' :'; ----- friends In Starke was the marriage I on an open ; Mrs Vonda Inman
.k of :Miss: Lois Adkins to B. A. Pope Luncheon Given of cake and punch. guardian. Miss actfnc
. 1 : Engagement on April 13 of Miss! Sybil I Honoring Mrs. L. A. Davis, I Dorothy

II '; ;pf; ;lt":f la! Announced at Beautiful Tea Saturday Afternoon For Miss Marie Thede Penland daughter of Mr. and I president of the Florida Division ,' The white birthday and topped cake was with Iced twelve in by wan Mrs.awarded Inmn.her state dlplob1a and

The outstanding social event of: bowl containing Queen Mary :Miss Guilda Marie Thede, Mrs., J. G. Penland of Lakeland, United Daughters of the Confederacy small candles which shed their ager, and Miss Amy district,

the week was the tea given by rose, blue delphinium, pink and whose marriage t o Mr. Grady to Mr. Robert E. Giebeig. son the beautiful W. T. Weeks luncheon Chaptergave Wednesday light over the happy gathering. junior counselor. Moore. r:
i Adkins Saturday afternoon Burton Baggett of Camp Bland- of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Giebeig a Guests included Virginia Sewell, '
Mrs A. Z. i white sweet peau.... Pink candlesIn at one o'clock at the
from 4. to 6 o'clock, at Ing will be an event of Friday ot Lake City. The marriage was Barbara Keen Rebecca Simpson Mrs. Olson
4 silver holders and silver compotes home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Reports
; which time she announced the engagement May 30, at the home of her parents performed Easter Sunday afternoon Betty Hayes Merry Beth Knight,
y ? of her daughter, Lola, holding mints completed In Lawtey, was the honored at the Penland home by the I I Beaaley, on N. Walnut Street. Wanda Pearce, Josephine Johns, On W. S. C. S. Con'entiOllThe |
On the arrival of the honor
to B. A. Pope, Jr., of Fountain the beautiful arrangement of the guest last Friday, when :Miss Rev. L. S. Huff, pastor of the Ida Lulu and Marjorie Davie Woman's
Mrs. Davis and Mm.
entertained at Church of the Nazarene. guest Emma Jane : Society of ,
N. C. table. The pastel shades were Evelyn Stump a W Roberta of Lampkin, Miss Molly tlan Service of ChI
George Lawtey
The rooms of the lower floor of carried out in every detail of the delightful luncheon party. Garden flowers formed the decorations president of the local chapter, Hatton, Miss Nettle Dowling, and Church met the Me
of sweet roses, |' and the vows were taken :Miss Rita of Monday axle
; the home of Judge and Mrs. Ad- refreshments of Neopolitan Ice 1 Quantities peas Mrs. Beasley presented a corsageof Flanagan Bangor, and held the regular
individual heart-shaped larkspur and Queen's Anne's lace beneath a n archway entwined Maine. buslsea
-w, kins were a bower of beauty with cream white gladioli to each lady; An program meeting for
used in decorating the lower with fern.'at the sides of which May
and mints. The names were
the tasteful decorations ,,of a;profusion abundance of Queen Ann's lace, principal feature
;, of Eastern lilies, giadoli, "Lois.i and: Pope1', were: embossedon floor of the home for this occasion. were palms fern, and gladioli. Easter' lilies, gladioli and roses .;Y" To Give Dance was the excellent of the IIfte
the of each'cake,--and In :Miss. Lila Baxley gave a programof report IIveaa
and other spring flowers ar- top ,
r roses were D a e d in decorating the For Men' Mrs. Titus Olson
arrival each .. was ,, .. Mississippi of the
ranged In''large basket and I this manner the engagement was Upon guest nuptial music. house convention of the ant,
,announced. presented with a corsage of The! Bride and her attendant society b, t
bowll.'c The Army y M. C. A. is land, at
,The long table In the dining gtv.ing. which time there
i Assisting the hostess In enter- Miss Adkins. second daughterof sweetpeaa.The luncheon table placed In blue Miss. dresses.Maudle Ward The, wore powder room was covered with 'a white .,. special Qee, this.Saturday 827 registered persons
Mr*. O. L. Beaalty, Judge and Mrs. Adkins is a bride's accessories : 'at the for'men'from besides p
taining were: Italian cut-work cloth, edged with armory /many others
the dining alcove, covered
; Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mr. T. T. graduate of the Florida State was were white and her corsagewaa Venetian lace. Centering the table MJasl alppl.' The citizens of Mississippi visit for a day. Mrs coming Is!
witn a linen cloth and centered of pink rosebuds and Oleoft
Long, Mr.*. L. F. Chapman Mrs. College for Women, and a mem- baby- realized in the the official
silver very
with low of sweet- was a bowl filled with pink delegate from
a arrangement breath. Miss:
+ a'' ber of the Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Ward wore navy the
N I* D Vining, Mrs. E. L. Blcgs, peas and roses. Place card mark and white accessories ,roses, sweetpeas. snapdragons and organization of Camp ,Blanding cal organization.
Mrs. R.: F. Demorent, Mrs J. W. She has traveled extensively In the for the j blue corn flowers; pink- candlesin that Starke should have a good Mrs. E. K. Perryman
ing places guests were preJ,
netsL1 Kincaid. Mrs D. A. Montelth, the United States and has a large of white the I Charles Fountain attended Mr. Oliver holders and mints in Y. M. C. A. center and went to I over the business
design. Following session,
.,.. number of friends in Florida and Ctobelg aa beat man.
G Mrs M. F. Brown' Mrs1 K as. dcsnert course Miss Thede was silver compotes completed the work at once to raise several Mrs. Will Blair acted aa
Duncan. Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. elsewhere. Mr. Pope is the son with Mr. and :Mr.. Giebeig are at charming table arrangements. A thousand dollars which has made Il I,tary. Mrs I. P. let
presented a pair of linen Shepherd
Edward Burn,..Mrs..W. B. Sewell of Dr. B. A, Pope, of Newaoms towels home to their friends in an. delicious three course luncheon 'it' possible to provide 'canteen retry of mission
guest a gift of remembrance study
i Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. H. C. Va., is a graduate of Virginia from the hostess. apartment at the.residence'of Mr. I was served, and the places were room, wash room'and shower for a successful atudy of ue,I'tpo

Ritch, Mrs. N. Sternberg' and Polytechnic Institute, and la at Those invited to enjoy this and Mrs. Ceo. Thomas on CherrySt. designated by place-acrds of I soldiers from every outfit at the I "Dangerous Opportunities,.

Miss Amelia Ray. the bead ,of the Agricultural Department lovely affair with the hostess and Mr. Geibelg is local distributor floral design. camp. In recognition of this announced plans for
Miss Adkins was lovely In an school.of the The Fountain N. C. i the honoree were: Mrs. E. L. for the Seybold, Baking- Com- Mrs. George W. Roberta presented generosity the "Y" will give a study in the fall.

Alice blue gown of embroiderednet marriage high : will be an event Adklna-Pope of the William, Mrs. C. A. Darby Mian I pany. the honor guest with an dance for the boys from Missis I Mrs. L. D, vimnK chalnnasl

and lace, worn over blue taf- Abbie Harley, MUrs Erline Burton Itaakla mirror, and in. slppl. the
28th of June, In the First Methodist Entertains her complimentary Fellowship Committee i&
feta. The gown wa fashioned Church of Starke.During and Mrs. E. L.. Matthews.C. Sewell speech told of Mrs. All young ladies who have received that the Methodist women
r with a fitted bodice with large For Visitor Davis' cards of 11'
I outstanding work both in admission to the cooperating with the cha
forming the afternoon about one of C. Dance TonightAt 'the chapter and in the state, to "Y" dances are asked to come to of the Army Y. M. C. A., 11
; hundred guests called, a numberof Armory Here Mra. VW. B. Sewell gave a party which the honoree replied in a the dance and help give the Mississippi W. B. Sewell, who has ?
skirt was trimmed with banda of them coming from Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon from 3:30: to graceful that arrai
manner. Miss Olive men a good time.. The every Thursday
embroidered net and lace alternating I \ Lawtey and Gainesville Beasley.f etaoln etaol etaol In 3:39: ( for little Phyllis Langfordof Ray then presented a gift of "Y" has received a contribution would be games and night reft th,

with silk net ruffles. The third in a series of dances Frostproof, who la a guest at twin fIgurInes to Mrs. Roberts, of nearly 100 novels from friends, ments .at the 'Y," the follow*

Soon after the arrival of the Hinson-Priest sponsored by the Starke Chamber the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sewell. who is president of the local and these books will form the churches to take their 1111'11

guests they were served fruit ; of Commerce will be held at 'Vlrginiasewell. ,and Patsy Keen chapter and also state corresponding beginning of a library. entertaining the soldiers ,

) punch from a cut glass bowl, surrounded Henry Hlnson, of Hampton the armory tonight (Friday) directed the little folks 'in- their secretary. In her speech of Camp Blanding: Methodist .
t it with gladioli snapdragon and Juanita Priest, of Starke. beginning at 9 o'clock. An orchestra games and at four-thirty the presentation Miss Ray said that Woodman'Circle tint Presbyterian and
and ferns. were married last Saturday night from the hostess served refreshments : Plans Epiicop
Serving the first hour University of of Mra. Roberta w a a "not only Ian working together, Church
was Mrs. Fred by Judge E. K. Perryman. Florida will furnish Ice: cream and angel food Covered-dish SupperThe
Guy of Tallahassee \ the music cake. Jewell in name but a jewel to the God and Church of Christ
It and serving the second hour The bride is the daughter of and Miss Lorraine Kelly, dancing The color of the plates used in W. T. Weeks Chapter." Mrs. ing together. w

tf was Miss Martha Brownlee.In Mrs. :Myrtle Priest. The groom Instructor of Gainesville will en- serving were of red, white and Roberts expressed her thanks in Starke Woodman Circle Mrs. A. ,Wood, chairman

the dining room the table I Is an employe at Camp Blanding. tertain with numbers during the blue. a pleasing manner. Grove will meet Tuesday night, I program, ,stated that two thli,

was covered with a white lace .The young couple are now living evening. Little folks invited to this Attending the luncheon were: May 21, at 8 o'clock in the : that have been

5j cloth and centered by a silver ,in Hampton.It Mrs. Evelyn Stephens, secretary party were: Marearet Rosa-- and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mrs. George! Woodman Hall-- --- with,..._ -itri.-. *ss. k/WIV,.- the women of the accomplished churl

of the Chamber of Commerce. Kaspar Duncan, Florence a-1;;; W. Roberta, Mrs. O. L. Beaaley Holden, national committeewoman "Investing their heritage for i i

especially urges the business and Marcus Brown, Jr., Nancy and :MIB. E.. L. Biggs, Miss Madge and state manager as guest of elevation of womanhood

professional men of Starke to H. V. Knight Jr., Nancy Light- Middleton, Miss Etta Tlaon, Mrs. honor. A covered dish supper working on the Illiteracy i,

I atend the dance and meet the foot Dotty Sue Biggs, Billy and L. G. Powell Mrs. A. Z Adkins, will be served at the close of the lem." The meeting closed pr,

NOTICEWe many C amp. Blanding officers I Jimmy Weldon Levy and George Mr. J. W. Andrews, Mra. Eliza- meeting, and a number of vial !i a short devotional service led r I

who will be there. Canova. beth Brownlee, :Mrs. J. M. Brownlee tore are expected from Lake'f] Mrs. W. E. Middleton.

1,. '"-- -. ------------- Mrs. A. M. Darby, :Mrs. .!"'....."'...'.'.."',"'."".".. ".."....".'"".".".,.,..,,,,..,,,,.,_,..,,,,,,,,........................ .. .. .. ,,,.
---- Charles Dink Mrs. Hal Edwards ---- -- ''' '''''''"''' ''' '"UJIUJJIUiUtWIIIUlUUIIIN''''' ,. UUIIMIUU' "II"'......__
Have Added New

,, And A Complete New Equipment Line Of I Carolyn Callstreet L. H. ,Hill Mrs., Mrs.O. Effie L. Haynes Miner, :Mra.Mrs. I STARKE SIGN SERVICEL.

_. E. K. Perryman, Mlas
-- Olive
Radio Parts And Tubes. This Will Mr. W. E. Torode Mrs. Ws Ray L., O. COWDREY

Enable Us To Give You Quicker Didn't it seem funny to jog workln In the Bradford'County Wall, Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. L

along on dirt streets in front of Abstract Co., office ?. '. B Cody. Mrs. E. L. Matthews Permanently Located In Starke
And ,
Better Service On Radio Re- the Park Theatre and the -
poet- Grace
.. Wainwright. p for- Mrs. Junius M. Smith, and :Mrs.
pair Work. office last week? ; ..1 Alter 25 ward ,to remind you that Saturday O. J. Griff)of St. Augustine. 30 Years A Professional'Painter
e s years of brick./we: got down ,10 Is _Poppy Day, ,and she .and In Business 20 Years In Beach
... the dirt again But not forlong her helpers will betwaitln' to-pin Birthday{ Party5', 51 .. #0 Palm .County"ALL'SIGNS'PAINTED'RIGHT

Already the founda- your flower on-so don't dodge For Mary "
tion of the new paving Is being . -

'i put in place, and pretty soon we Hear that Lonnie Canova of Mary Weldon. PRICED RIGHT GUARANTEED
See The New Battery And Elec- will resume our city airs once Jax was the lucky winner of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A.

more Did give me kind ofa American Legion Ford Ho Weldon, .celebrated her Shop and
tric Sentinel Radios On Display At rustic feelln' while it lasted, hum No wonder they call It.. Monday evening from seven birthday to Walnut Street Residence(In Rear 315 North ,
) P. O. Box 2811
though "Lady Luck", seeln as how she nine o'clock, at the home I

': i:1: Our Store. +? And here It Is wedding and seems to like the men folks so of her .IlWI.IIIIINi,, ,,,,,,,,".IIWINIIIILIINIIIIIIIIIIIII, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,',,HIWII,HtlHHt,, ",IH,,HUH,,, ",IIIIIIHHrmim,,,,,,'' '', '''IININ/1I11111yIIIN111/1141111111111111Y411NNYWN4IUYIMIIIIW,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,/,, ,,,,,,,,,, ',,,, "'MWI4YI.uWI:7E -
party time again The usual
<" pre-June rush Words simply Charmln creature Merrls :Mar-
Ikp fall me when I attempt to describe tin Her sprightly blondness

the announcement party makes your visit to The Cpttage

for Lois Adkins last Saturday I a pleasure '.. She's one of the

1.1 All sweet and dignified and I partners, you know fJJiarnondENGAGEMENT
MAYES' RADIO SERVICE soooo pretty.. Never saw so I Already I'm plnln' for one of -

many lufly ladles (. Lola look- those new bathln' suits .

234 East Call Street Starke, Florida In' like a rhapsody In blue Leila's featurln' them with takeoff

Her mother radiant In aqua .. skirts. -(Don't gasp, Granny
The wholjj! ,,sult's there
And sister, Hazel Guy, in the
underneath) .' ,
eC of Skirt made of
quaintest .
quaint prints r' The
_ _ _ tiny cakes, with, "Lola and Pope" jersey and doubles a cape .', RING AND
'I eaeu uewmn IM I_ Wrtafll .
XMMIWIIMYMWIIANMANWY i written In icing were the cleverest they of next? ".. "

,, ever i Hear the thin* Woman's Clubis Jpwj ;'. SEVENDIAMOND'WEDDING \
A In the } of beln' reorganized .;, .,
Ree Thede was extra ,
PIIRKT gorgeousIn Guess the sweet .':*.\
the violet turban worn to one .the BAND
young things feel+ peed of .'/ .
of her parties tother -
day t bantJln' together, :what with 35-
Looks like a breath of cool spring 000 men around ,and about TO MATCH'
H E H T R E air-(If you could SEE a breathof Isabelle Walsh, writes in. .to.

cool spring air) Says it'sheirs'
say there is such an army of .
5TRRKEFLORIDRBRADFORD In love that makes her kindred,spirits who like to watch
sparkle so Ab. mel! the new .
road-widening, going on
COUNTY'S MOST : There''I go again-.full -xoft envy. in front of the poatoffice, that it
(Or la stomach t -
It ulcers
) baa -
UP-TO-DATE THEATRE been suggest that a Look -----..

PROGRAM WEEK BEGINNING 'Nother successful "Y" dance Club be organls ed;. Not a bad
1 MAY 25 I at the armory Saturday night > Idea Isabelle ,\ i, I'm already a .} .

Sunday & Monday, May 25 & 26 Hayes Herbert (pronounced A- charter member ofthe!, Peep Club : : Latest Styles
bare-French, know > > ,
"BRIGHAM YOUNG"With you ) and his \, :"
little black-eyed sister certainly Hear Doc Haynes jumped on .

Tyrone Power and Linda Darnell did liven things up with their the police department so bard I '

Also-Paramount News exhibition dances around Inter- tother day'you'd,Almost think he '

mission time They were 'a was a, City 'Councilman .. -, \ .- "i'J.. ADIES., .
Tuesday, 'May 27 well-known pro. dancin' team be- Seems he had to- walk nearly

"SEVENTEEN"With fore Hayes took up residence at HALF A BLOCK 'cause the street : '

Blanding What a fascinating was beln' paved"- In' front of the ; t9ln

Jackie Cooper and Betty Field picture they made-she in flut poatoffice : : parked his car
Cartoon-Judo Express Also-Stage Show tering white pleated skirt! in front of the Methodist Church ,1\." '

Nina Bishop, ver attractive In and had to walk all the way to ,15 JEWELS

Wednesday & Thursday. May 28 29 whit sport dress with yellow the postofflce! .. There oughtta

"TOO MANY GIRLS"With Jerkin (and Jookln' more like I be a law! .' *IN THE NEW PINK GOLD
Bill ,to
Katherine Moltt (tit-Starkelte: ) in
Hepburn every *'"
Lucille Ball and Richard town from :: .
Carlson made her debut an* Lake Wtorth and mak- I
instantly became '
." Alao-Paramount News and Comedy 'on..of'the. belles of the ball in' me feel very t happy by an- ;, : '

,' Marjorie t.Stump, with attractive nouncin' that, I'mhe first thing ONLY
Friday May 30 friends from Monticello he reads In the Telegraph.! :eveiy .s rl.., ,.r' ..f. -. "* "

"MYSTERY SEA RAIDERS"With also on the scene week! Such loyalty must be I, I"t ..10..1 .
deserved .
: $24.75
Henry Wilcoxon and Carole Landis With the "Y" dances alreadyon cornea all.4aother.the way.compliment from- .., OI Yr.M ,psis. lea. '_ .

Also-"Sky Raiders" and Stage Show sorts the of must Intereatln'list, I'm hearin' all Hawaii-Imagine! .,-, --. -Thanks----I .'\' ,..
things about
Saturday. the "V Forest J. Crosby ThOM kind .
May 31 dinners Seems the ,'. -
-.;- DOUBLE FEATURE boys can entertain words are highly Appreciated: \. ': .:- .

"IN OLD MONTANA" and Monday night at the 12 canteen sol- But A since trifle late,'' po doubt .. .1, ,; -....

diers were hosts at dinner for 12 everyxfther, newspaper ExpertWai.h

With Fred Scott I lucky local lassie Served in on columnist-the has given an opinion, Repairing
"fw" the "Rainbow Room" strangea?; Incident of the '
(enlargedsun I !
; war. here's '
"THAT GANG mine: ... -
OF MINE"Wittt. parlor, which now sports an It .j ..- --

,; .: : '&:Enci ..lOnfr rC frrtocn-'trt'Sto"-' : t' RaidCTS". t I ,oj,4..rose anay}, 'yellow. ceiling, ,and three waits of That seems Rudolph to mAe Hess. .. I

one of tur8loU Has
Saturday MIDNIGHT\ < ) Ibibe) Most ,got ole Hit
? ,fetching IA'.lhell1n..t .... EWELRY

"QUEEN OF THE MOB" Add newcomers: Bill Thomas 'course.' 'tbatYlan'tetile'way: I ,. Co.

Dorothy Thompson would ,
With (brother of our popular "Uncle"Arch put It.
Ralph Bellamy and Jean Cagney ) now a but you get the Idea, anyway .
: captain and
? ALSO STAGE SHOW Honed at sta So long See you In the
Blanding 109 Can Street Fla.
rea.eesmmean.eaMo- eC ,-..... Edwin : nut c -Starke, STARKE'S
--- Sheppard (teacher Kate'a son) I r Carolyn, LEADING JEWELER


FM-Ti: -- -- ;' .J:. : a ,

i : T MAY t I


of LOCAL NEWS Harry Steinberg is the new I!i r 'I;
rBITS [ LINDELL'S BOOT SHOP acksonville's. Exclusive Shoe Store :J ,
employe of Jacob' store. He began 41
[ ,
-- ---- -- -------- work there 5 and
---- May came U
=0--- 1 -- President and :Manager :
IW.- several Dr. and :Mrs. C F. Say lea, of Mrs. to Starke from Miami where be '
B. Parks spent week on Miami were here this week P. J. Langford and daughter was associated'with J. H. Styles Located at 115 West Adams I Comfortably shod. The excellent line of millinery, bags and Claus- :':i IJjrner ;, d
last i iII. Phyllis, who have been guestsat street In Jacksonville Llndell'a >(F.f
sold this bOllery.'I
111 Atlanta visiting Judge and Mrs. E. K. the home of Mr. & Co.. clothing store. He 11I1 i qualities by store at low 'dLL
Ferryman. W. B. Sewell will leave and Mrs. originally from New York City: 1 Boot Shop invites all the ladles, prices Is the talk of the people The manager of the LindeU'sBoot ';\ '

and their home In Frost today for and spent sometime in the large:'throughout Bradford County to throughout; this section. Style Shop has had long and practical ,(: n
uarjorle Colley eboppingUonvI11e The Rev and Mrs. H. A. Spen- proof. department store of R. H. Macy. ,i t!:I visit their store first, when In has not been overlooked by this in the'shoe bunlnes I- 'lbw 1,
ier, ShlrltY, were A Company.Mr. Jacksonville as they carry a progrenslve firm and by that we experience '' i' i b,
t cer have as their guest this week Miss Rosa Batsden able "', !f
Mrs. considered an
Wednesday. R. ,
C. complete line of shoes for the mean that they have always enjoyed and Is .
their daughter Mrs. Frances Wal- Buford's : haN
aunt, who has been ladles' high school and college the reputation o f being business man and authority on 4 wl
Mrs. ,
of Bangor. I pole, of Sarasota.Col. visiting in the Buford home for and A. J. Russell ",1,
Rita Flanagan oft the MUs Jewell Russell,, and Bill Un- girls.The first with each representative footwear. ." Ii a
home past
the week left ,t
at Tuesday for difference ia In Jacksonville review ,
of 1941
stopping having a style shoe that has become In this '
II yfre' S. A. Weldon. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and her home in Jacksonville derwood guests Sunday of BrooksvllJe at the home!: were of Mr. man fit your feet who knows just popular with the public and thus we wish to refer L4ndelt' ';: 'r.1;' 1 M ;x wS
Merry Beth Charles and Nancy exactly what need. If reader a* beIng \>
you you many have learned to look to Boot Shop to our
I and Mrs Fred Guy. of Tal- Lee Knight spent several days at Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom and Russell Mrs Olin W. White. Mr. I I let LindeJVa Boot Shop furnish them for the correct styles for vltaly Important In the promotion ""it, ,' ,S a"
were week-end guests Jacksonville Beach last week. had a. their guests Tuesday Mrs. superintendent of pub- your foot wear you wilt alwaysbe any occasion. of better "foot health" ','''i t.

and !lra. A. Z. AdkJJuLL. R. E. Matthews of Jacksonville lic instruction In Hernando Coun- I stylish and at the same time They also carry a distinctive among our people.. ,u J l\ Iwt'
dge and also Brooks- / :
I W. O. Nelson, contractor Is and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne and ty editor of the ".. "(
Kinchen is spending:,8e building for B. Jacobs a modern daughter, Linda, of Lawtey. vllle paper, Mi s Russell was a '' ""I I''
In Fitzgerald Ga., classmate of Miss Carol White at Sunday about 7:30: P, M. four laborers, at a salary of $3,300 Mr. and., :Mrs. D. R. ,Shaffer, of.,; '" .;,
1I'eekJ garage apartment on the lot of
II brother Joel E. Klnchen. his home on Madison street. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford hada Southern College miles south of Keystone Heights, per year. He will leave Monday Winter Park are expected to arrive >> :'I :

8 their week-end guest Mrs. p, M. Tyson, of the Clay Electric morning for Tallahassee to enter here Sunday and will upend, <,! f

Maude Crews of Jack- MlM Betty Bronson. of Orlando Clennie Hickok of Punta Gorda. W E. Bryant formerly proprietor Co., at Keystone Height had the upon his new work. several day at the home of their ';", q fee e"
a business Mrs. Hickok was .of the Rita Cafe Is the I
?lie baa been tills Is pleasantly located at the formerly county ;Chevrolet in which he was riding on-ln-Iaw and daughter Mr anel"i;IfB
Starke i Sever, days 1(1 nurse In Bradford County and new clerk at the Starke Hotel. : : Is
,I to home-of Mrs..S. S. Mrs. James F. Holllngsworth, '
Dowling. She
Is now county nurse in Charlotte Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis who sldeswlped. He ,was thrown Mrs. S. A. Weldon.. ,. f;,' ast
; t
Is employed at Camp Blanding.Mr. of Starke and her 'va
County. have been In charge of the Hotel through the canvas top-luckily It ,
and Mrs. for'the several Mrs. J. L Hair, of Lake City, r'atC'Itlakf'r : v Nil
past under
E W. Hayes and Mrs. James Van Dlen years; waa not steel-and the humerua J. II. COURTMANCII :
were visiting the direct ion of Mrs. D. E.: "in i are visiting/ In Georgia this week. ', ,
Kew om left Wednesday of last week fora Among those attending the funeral -: bone his arm was broken his \\ l
J, In Oc la Thursday ,of last of Mrs. Gwendolyn Pettlt In' Knight, are rooming at the home They visited Mrs. Hollngttworth's CONFIDENCE' N'
two week vacation at Mrs I of Julian Peek until their elbow was broken, and he suffered BUY WITH ,. tt yi .he.
Alachua new )'
Van Dten's home in Kokomo Ind. Sunday afternoon were:, residence on Church also a deep laceration In the grandfather and grandmother AT 1/1)-, t
Mr J. W. Andrews Charley E.! street and Mr and Mrs W, D. Gorman at 'YOUR MOMB JEWELER ,
for scalp an Injured back according -
Erline Burton of Williston Mrs O. P. LUclna prominentIn Johns Mrs. Charles Ensey, Mrs. I occupancy, ; to an employe of the Cordele and then went on to } t
guest of her uncle and S. S. Dowling, and Miss Nettle Atlanta for a few days' visit with ,I ..
I Jacksonville De Witt C. Jones .
music Funeral
\\W. and Mrs E. L. Wllsuslow circles wasa Dowling. Mr. and Mrs. W, A. (Bill) Home.It friends. ; sli
visitor this week In the home Moltt of Lake Worth were In was feared he might have paralysis AUTO PARTS !: '
of her sister-in-law Mrs James Starke since be could not move TltAIN SCHEDULE Va
Miss Jacqueline Andrews early week looking }
his He
Frazee. legs. was rusted to the
after a three H. A, Durden and Mrs. after property Interests and re- Southbound
? Alachua County Hospital! t r!
Ark., Brown and newing friendships. Mr. Moltt a No. 1 due Starke 10:33: p. m.
Hot Springs. daughter, Marian FOR
vlilt to ,I GLASS CASH
j -
Mrs. D. P, and Mrs. Gainesville, where X-rays
among his .old friends In Carpenter drove to Miami last Friday for a'' spent his early life In Starke and were No. 107 due Starke 0.03: a. m. CARS ANI TRUCKS IN .
made and
T. T Long and young son Tom, has treatment Northbound
few operated a successful
days' visit with Mrs. Brown's garage ANY CONDITION. "
eo are spending this week In Bacon- No.2 arrives Starke 8:13
brother-in-law and business on the East Coast for : a. m.
who lering ton Ga., with their mother, Mrs. Mrs. Glen Duke. sister Mr. and many years. At the present time Ovid G. Lewis of Brooker, who No. 108 arrives Starke 8:21: p. m. Used Autos $25 up re.Ua.
Oliver Asplnwall W. T. Jackson. he Is also serving on one of the has been for the past seven Htarke and Hell Branch .
from Injuries sustained Mr. and Selective Service Boards In Palm months a WPA time-keeper at No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. HASKIN'S' .
Mrs. Harold ,
automobile accident has Mrs. D. p Carpenter and Mrs and Beach County Camp Blanding. received a $1,000 No, 102 arrives Starke lfiO: p. m. I
l Vincent's Hospital and la T Mr and Mrs. W. L. Blair a year raise when he was trans AUTO PARTS
T. Long and son, Tom, went (Dally except Sunday's)
t tthe home of her parents. to Baconton, Ga., Tuesday where spent the day In St. Augustinelast R. ferred to CCC Camp F-13 near Northbound Silver Meteor arrives North of Town" on Road IS it w
d I ifrs.. T, S. Williams. they are guests of their mother, Sunday visiting all interest- Nell Durrance, of the Tallahassee as Junior foreman of Starke at 4:10: p M h r a
Ing and historic places in that Hlnckley-Duiranee Hardware Co.,
Mrs. W. T. Jackson. ancient city and drinking from and Postmaster O. L.. Godwin

I, U Excess Acid Cause the Fountain of Youth both of Sebring, were In Starke I'a..ii
Avoid The Traffic PHONE 45 ,
41 of Stomach t1 i
you pain t Mrs. F. H. Long visited her Wednesday to try to find out .
and Delivery,
Ulcers, Indirection son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H. what
Carleton of Columbia happens to a town when an
CaiHeartburnBelching, Mrs. B. S. Carroll, a few days Military store, left on the Sliver I army camp locates'! near by. An- i iM irt
pt.Ir..sample of UDGA the first of the week, and brought Meteor Monday afternoon for a I nouncement Is expected momen-

free !interesting booklet atNTER'S her little granddaughter, Corns 10-day vacation at her home In tarily to the effect' that an aviation S. R. JOHNS & SONr uo
DRUG STORE ,lia, home with her for a vUlt.INSURANCE New York City. Mr. Carlton camp will be established at

_._--- -- ------_._ ._--- says the will return before May Sebring. and Mr. Durrance and r
29, aa that Is th,lr fourth wed- Mr. Godwin want to try to be
On Seaboard
Washington Street-By Depot
ding anniversary. ready If and when. the cyclone i 'Iseuti
ANDBONDS hits their town. / se a

Mrs Jeanette Kincald returned GROCERY SPECIALS PRODUCE /1
Friday from a trip to the south
ern part of the state. She spentMother's 5 PoundsBananas ae
Day with her mother JOIN TilE RANKS OF
Mrs. A. C. Durden, in Tampa ,, ._ __ 15c
and together they drove to Miami OUR MANY SATISFIED 5 Lbs. Sugar 21c .
Constant'Service Over 50 Years Beach and Palm Beach for a 10 PoundsIrish i;
With Purchase" of 1 Can Black Pepper lOo
short vacation. CUSTOMERS Potatoes ___ __ 15c + s
lease Phone 146 Starke I 4 Lh. Fancy 1 r' .t

Mn., A. M. Darby, Mrs. J. EFutch Blue Rose Rice 23c S rounds fi' tW

Mrs. H. I*. Brownlee and Red Bliss Potatoes ---- lOc 4i ro t

daughter, Madge, arrived home Short'Orders' 24 UM. 'IoIoIt. i !
Friday after an extended visit : Extra FancyLettuce
1 In *
Guaranteed Flour
___. ,___ < 1 tMi
Washington, D. C. Mrs.
Darby SandwichesRegular ____.__ 8c
YOU ARE, INVITED', TO.. SUNDAYDINNER visited her daughter Mrs. Philip] 20 Lb. .__ __ _

Magulre and Mrs. Fetch, Mrs Dinners ,
AT THE GUIDON GRILL Brownlee and daughter visited the Plate Lunches Pillsbury Flour __ 88c Large Celery "': ; __ .lOc::' "I t I.. 'Mr

Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stlth ; arYSr1 I
2-Be PackagesMacaroni Extra Fancy :2 foundsTomatoes

COOL COMFORTABLE ATMOSPHERE H. E. Tucker and J. W Andrews or Spaghetti 5c u .___ __ ____ 25c
Jr., returned Saturday
We Serve To Serve Again from a trip to Wisconsin where S No. Z ClansTomatoes Frmh > Lb*. .

Mr. Tucker attended a family reunion -I __. _._ ____ 18c "
String Beans __ ._ ., __ .. __ .__ 15c
THE GUIDON GRILLPhone on Mother' Day at the ,
home of his mother, Mrs. J. C. i A&{ Frenh Do*.

90 Starke Florida Tucker, in Sparta They were accompanied : 'ACAFE Mixed Eggs Doz. __ 25c Squash; Pound __ .. ._ ____ __ 5c'
home by Mr. Tucker's I

,_ L v-._ .."' --to niece Miss Marjorie Tucker of Maxwell HOUMCoffee Lemons, Dozen _ 20c

Black River Falls Wis.. who will I Pound 26c
spend several weeks visiting In MARKET SPECIALS I '
Starke. I II 1-4 Pound '
Orange Pekoe Tea ? __ 22c CutWestern Pound l
don't tell Any s r
r Government statistics ..

f but ru bet that somewhere 5 String Steaks ___ __'. 29c, .

,t, If every hour of the day some merchant Broom __ __ ,_ H" ___ 25c ie
Is cashing a check for some Tender Chuck Found St" f tp ,

slicker who ain't never seen the O r. iiirii 14 Ounce Roast Beef ___ __ '. ,. 20c: ','b la 1M'
Inside of bank. Why we do>> it O Tomato Catsup ? _. __ lOc ,
In hard to explain, you can always Swifts (\HIntr) Roll Found
feel It Just a* plain he hand youa Package
check, hand J him the dough. Butter _______ ___ 39c
you Jello _ ___ __ ___ ,, ___ 5c
him again-no
you'll never see
Fresh Dnwaeft-LJve Weight, Pound
moh. 2-No. 2 J-% tans fr Ctrsr

Table Peaches __ __ __ 25cNo. Fancy Red Fryers __ 27c ,l r E jrl
Keep Cool This Line
Complete Freak I>re Hed-Live Weight Pound
Summer In A ofBathing 2 1-% Cairn Sliced or

Sharkskin Crushed Pineapple -.? ISc Hens -_ ----_ __ 28c ',, :!',
Slack Suits ii r r '
t i S No. 2 Can Orange. or Klngnna Biked Pouatt m
4Suit ,
for 'Women Pineapple Juice ? 25c Bacon (Rindless) ___ ___ 25c e1,
$5.95 & 7.95: \ ',1 'Cat Jb.a and others, I"i ,
Pound llalf or wholesugarbred Pound .

Others from $2.98 up 'i $1.98 up Prunes ___ _.-- __ __ 5c. Tenderized Hams .__ ___ 27c '; ,
,. jI

Just Arrived SellHickok I Redi-Cur Solves Cake Serving Problems Quart Wlwoanla' State Pound!? ,'
We NEW Southern .
Another Shell Fly Spray ,_ ____ 33c Full Cream Cheese 27c{ I.I

( Shipment Belts big .U_ each la separate *MB srtm rt. Reedy-sliced, reedy 2 Lb. Carton Fresh Smoked Pound 7 .

Nylon Hosiery Full Line of .. 'save.Bseuie. Pure Lard _______ ____._ 19c Tender Pork Loins -.
sew ,/wl/, tetff with pat..... MllophiM wrapper .-_ 25cKlagaju 1 t s wL

Vtnette & Holeproof Shorts for Summer that Maps off and om .
.... CM| .I!!_ Three Popular Flavors Pure Lard __ __ $3.50 ..
$1-35 Pair $1.00 Cbocolata. ..._., Lady BaW_ I Sugar$ Cured Bacon _...._ 21c :
2 BIG lay.,., laceiovily 'IU4 ... fe L Try

Summer Weight We Are Headquarters this ealiaoM .... er r Am weak-ea d.tn Blue' Ribbon Mayonnaise 35c TUXEDO FEEDS ,: .'

for Ludy *-How tt row pores-Redl-at te 2 Boxes '
Manhattan m4 Ask for farwfc*finer toa> Special Egg Mash $2.80 t
Work Clothes ear enjoy. year y. I 5c _
| SlurU&pajamaB ? Kitchen Matches ___

AU New. Mens Work Pants QuartsDill Starter & Grower Mash $3.00 '; .
In Khaki or Pine U.K'
Southern Pickles _ __ _- 13c I ) ,doe
$2.00 $1.00 & $1.49 Horse Feed $1.90 -r.
Large Sire SweetMixed
Sheer Pickles _ _ IScS p'. .
Summer We Recommend White Corn -. $1.65 .

wash Frocks Mark Twain 'fetlCilt.cAKE Bar I .

All Sizes 11 to 52 Shirts P&GSoao _______ __ lOc We Buy Eggs-3c Below :

$$1,00 for Men S Roll, Jacksonville Market ; j '

$1.98, $2.98 1.65'STERNBERG'S ITS GOOD AND FRESH THRIFT TWINTtcw'PaGt Toilet Tissue __ __ __ __ tOeS ; r I I.i

BREAD :to Package 24 Oz.. Eggs, Doz..: -4, '26c ;l :

Salt __ __ __ 5c 22 Oz. Eggs, Doz. .... 23c I :

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MAY 23 1941



State Mild 1 acre tract at point 57.1 I' aanri* should not be taken for the Count., a political -
Soft Ball Courts Project noad 8531 No.," 2(1 an located designated aurveyed as- feet Eaat of the NW cornerthereof. uses and purposes set forth In the.' State! of Florida egbdivid, ,
II II Brooker Brevities and platted by the State said atrip of land containing I I amid Petition, to-wit aa right of Edwards. Chairman and I\4
Council last week Road Department of the State of 0.04 acres, more or less. ; way. drainage ditches and borrow taln, ::1. L. Wynn 'MT C'
t tt tt The City .
IJi i Florida, and Known by right of Also I I pits for a tl2:1. or portion of and P. D. Reddish 0 pin
1 ..
voted a donation of $50 as and way thereof on. file In the I (b) That portion of the "West1 State Road No. designated aaProject comprising the II"r.
: ri Mr. L. I* Parker Ovid, were visiting relatives in ball office mo"tp Clerk ot the CircuitCourt ; 891f..e'/ of the East 798( feet. of 652, as located surveyedand County Comml..lon..r". n.
lly soft said
put shown on map or plat County, Aryp
when needed to help In and for Bradford NEt4 of NE'of Section 24, Polltl"al
Baldwin Sunday. loc"oI'ld herelnabove referred to, or default the State: of Ub"I"I"Io:
and described In the Township S South, Range 22 Florid .
in shape .. .
', SHOW IX BROOKER and baseball diamonds In may be entered against you. J. T. Quigley .
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crosby and the above entitled rose on the East, lying within 25 feet of et al .111100
Clerk of
here again C. A. 22nd day of May. A. D. 141, by ditch centerline described as WITNEHH my hand aa WITHERS
Well\. folks Hi were Y. M. my hand
Jacksonville the Army for
a children of for use of Bradford County a political subdivision Beginning on the North boundary the Circuit Court In and Brad- Peal at Starke an
a "The Southern States Show visiting Mrs. Crosby's parents, Dr. W. E. Middleton County Sup- of the State of Florida et of Ktt .of NEV4 of NKfc' I''ford County Florida, and the real FlorIda Hredt"rd tph\
will be In Brooker all this week. here E. Sparks, Chair- al., against. you, and each of you, aid Section 34 at a point 3. of said Court, thla the 22nd day A. D. 1941. day eloy_
Mr. and Mrs Lee Gainey, erintendent, nf May A. D. 1841. at Stark, in
seeking to condemn for public feet. East of the NW corner i (OFFICIAL '
y44 So come on out and bring the Saturday. man of the School Board and E. road und highway purpoaea the thereof. ; thence. South 0 degrees Bradford County;: Florida.OFFICIAL \ A. Clerk Circuit SEAL) A. J.
children. There's plenty of fun and Mrs Principal B., said parcel of land, situate lying 10' Went a'.91 feet; there ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas County, Florida Court. B'14J
T. W. Markey Williams, As Clerk of Circuit Court In and'
Mrs. L. lB.H. and being In Bradford County, South 68 degrees 11' East 100<< 5'il 3 6\ '
r, for everyone.Mr. W. H. Hinton were in Worthington had willingly given .of Florida, and more particularly described feet to end of ditch. Said strip ( for Bradford County. Florida.
S. if a* follows of land containing 0.11 acre, T. Frank Landrum I To
B. H. relieve
and Mrs. G. E. McGauley Springs Monday afternoon on athletic grounds at That portion of NWVJ of PEVi more or less. I Attorney for Petitioners

7 MelroM apent Sunday with business.Mr. I someone would bear the expenses of section 2N, Township ( South, You and each 'of are here-1 I STATE OF FLORIDA Misery of COLD
of Range 22 East, lying East of ana COUNTY OF BRADFORD
and Mrs.- .Sanford Rltch of putting them In thape. by commanded to b* appear In i
:Mr. and Mrs Roy Green. of the Alligator Creek and within 100 the Circuit Court In and. for Bradford t. A. J Thomas. Clerk of the UquidG66
Mrs. L. R. Walters, :Mrs. Nola and son, Gene, of Ralford'werevisitors H. V.. Knight, chairman I feet of the centerline. of Stat.Road' County, Florida, at the officeof Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
here last week. M. C; A. Board of III Call Street) Project the Clerk. of said Court In the Circuit In and. for Bradford Ta
Dampler, tin. Beverly Waters y Governor.'j] .6631, aald centerline paaalng City of StarkBradford' County, County:! Florida,, do hereby ,certifythat Salve
'; and Miss Edna Marlon Water of : Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and Miss Gertrude over and across a tart of the Florida on or before the 26th day ,. the above and foregelng I* a
'" Mrs. T. W. were visitors in Starke Sunday. the secretaries of the Y. M. C. A., WW* follow of HEM of .al ..Uon_ 28a at June A. D.. 1941 to show what true and correct copy of the Notljej: I DrvPl
Alachua, were visiting to the : right, title Interest or Hen you.'or'.In Eminent Domain Proceeding I.. Concra
4 Markey recently. presented the matter Begin on the Eat boundary of any of you have In and to any of 'sued OQ the Und day of May. A., TJ7. "KJlb.lly-TIIDI" Ihopc
Their chief request was aid 8W% of 8K-4 of Section said above xeacribed) parcel of D. 141, in the case of of'Braiord a W
FARMBy Council.
of Starke BROOK 21 at .
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot SUNNY truck in a. point 41 1C feet South land and to show 4aua why the 1.IDameo
of her fur the use of a garbage of the NE corner thence
the bedside th.r.of.
was visiting Miss Arsul Crosby and since run North 72 Went
brother-in-law, R.' T. Osteen, Sun- which to haul clay au." feet to the proppaed cen-
been 111 R. and children, the truck cannot be spared the tern of Chansel of Alligator
Mr. Osteen has Mrs. Kelly
day. Creek e .Facts That Consent You.
the cause. or CanaL 111:1{ O D 0000
M to ivo.29efgsper
.9 for several weeks. We with him Kathryn and Robert Lloyd Mrs. Council donated $ : You, and each of you are-here
lm and Vincent Kelly by be and appear
Marcus Conner, :1'cdu.loou:
a speedy< recovery. In the. In and for
\\m Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey were visiting in Lake Butler Mrs, W. E. Mlddleton, Miss Bradford County, Florida at the
E. L. offloa of the Clerk of said Court
iV'V were Mlddleton, and Mrs.
N and Martha Evelyn Markey Friday. Madge In the City of Starke, Bradford
in Gainesville Wedneeday after- Mrs. A. S. Crosby Is spendinga Matthews. spent Tuesday in Jack- County, Florida, on or before the

noon. week in Brooker with her son, sonville. Mrs. MIddleton remained how 26th day of June, A. D. I 41. to :
right, title Interest or
4'Jl& Mrs Mary Green Is vlslUne Rev. C. A. Crosby' and family. I for a longer visit with lien you, or any of you have In and '

relatives In Willlston, Miami and Mr. and Mrs Alton Dobbs and 1 her sister, Mrs. Mae Jones. I to parcel any of of land said and above to how described cause .'t '

the Carollnaa.Mr. little daughter, Eloise, were visiting why tile sam*.ishould not b* taken. .r 't't

and Mrs. Willis Flnkntonof Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hol- OTICK FOR TAIIpDEEDTION! forth for the In uses said and...Petition purposes to-wlt set as 7

,. Dallas, Texas, were visiting Ilngsworth of Palatka Sunday I Kraut Bill Mo. lea) right of way drainage ditches and

Mr. and Mra T, W. Markey Monday afternoon. That NOTICE Ruby 18 F. AJvares HEREBY holder GIVEN of of borrow State pits Road for No.a section 261 designated or portion. + '

1'? They were on their way Mr. and Mrs W. C. Ward were Tax Certificate. No. 330 issued the a. Project 6621. as located surveyed { ;, ,

home after touring south Florida. visiting in Oak Grove Sunday. has 2nd, day' of:came September In' my A office V 1885.tax plat. herelnabov and shown on referred said map to, or
ro Mr. and Mra. Cephua Harrell Mr. and Mrs Raiford Brown of ha* made application for a Said default may s* entered against
I d to be Indued thereon.
of Hampton Lake were in Brooker Plant City were guests Sundayof d certificate* embraces the following; you. fYI/

Saturday afternoon and attend Mr. Brown's mother, Mra. Arle dencrlbed Bradford, State of In Florida the County, to- the WITNESS Circuit Court my hand In and aa for Clerk Brad-of vn! ;j 4 ,

; ,; ed the show. Brown. of Wit ford County, Florida and the seal. ,
Kelly SEofNWV4Ex 5A In 8W nf said Court thin the 22nd day of s ile.tci4k :
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of Kathryn and Robert Lloyd All May A. D.
Cor A Kx II 3-4 A In NE Cor now 1941 at Stark. In
New River were visiting Mrs. I. spent Thursday in Lake But- owned by John Povlngton & W. B. Bradford County Florida.

r W. Pinho later Sunday. ler with their grandparents, Mr. Kohl & Ex 10 A In SE Cor now. Clerk(OFFICIAL of the SEAL Circuit) A. J. Thomas r r
nub Bradley-14Acrea. y Court In and \ e
owned by y t
Mrs. Beulah Baxter of Baldwin and Mrs. A. L. Drlggers .. Sec. 21 Twp. 3 S. It. 22 E., for Bradford County, Florida.. l tf1d
q Frank
..... Landrum
a la spending a few days this week Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and containing 15 AoreH more or I" Attorney for
.. said petitioners
The .H.. ment of the property l
j. with her mother MraK. p Mr. and Mrs Dewey Woods of under. the said certificate. Issued I STATE: OF FLORIDA
I1'r'; Lew:,. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. was In the name of fate daaett COUNTY I OF BRADFORD
A A. J. Thomas Clerk of the
Mr. and Mrs. PervU Hazen of Kelly's mother, Mrs. Beulah Kelly Unions. said certificate shall be Circuit Court of the Eighth Judl-
'"' ; Hampton Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Little Vincent redeemed according to law the cial Circuit In and for Bradford
y Saturday. property described therein will be. County. Florida, do hereby! certify It's always the SORE'thumb
Mann Hazen were guests of Mr. Kelly returned to Jacksonville no id to'the highest bidder at the that the above and foregoing
and Mra. 0. Q. Strayborne of with his parents after spendingthe courthouse door on the flmt Monday Notice a true and correct copy of the
In the month of July, 1941, Domain Pro-
'r ; WUdwood Sunday. week here with relatives which' In the 7th .day of July. 1841. ceedings Issued on the 22nd day of

ti, "" Percy Calney of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Marcus) Conner 1941 Dated, this 20th, day of May, 1, May Bradford, A. D County 1141., a In political the cane..ubI of- that sticks out. .

spent the week-end at home with have moved to Jacksonville where LJourt.of'
his I Clerk of r I BradfordCounty and W. M.: Edward, Chairman,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mr. Conner has accepted a position Florida. -23 4t 6-13 T. C. Chaetaln. J L. Wynn M. O.

I N Galney.' with the A A: 'P' bakery. i Harrell members and P. D. Reddlih aa Odd isn't it-the way everybody notices I here in Florida beer provides employment .

Mrs. Nora Sapp waa called to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Tindall NOTICR' Of APPLICATION Board of County comprlnlngthe Commlaeloner. entire of the tore thumb? for 18,294 persons
the bedsld of her brother J. E. were visiting friends In Gainesville FOR TAX DICFD Bradford County a political aub- support an

Crews waa seriously hurt In an Sunday afternoon. That NOTICE W. L. 18 Wall HEREBY holder GIVEN of Tax division Petitioner of, v.the D.State' E. of Florida. It'. the same way with the retailing of annual payroll of $15,757,151 and contributed

; Cfeua was seriously hurt In an Mr. and Mrs, Jess Vlnitlng and Certificate 123 haN. filed No.. aald IK of certificate July 2nd.! In, seal WITNESS at my hand Knight and official et al. beer. Everybody know about the one $1,735393-93 last year in state
i' automobile wreck, but latest rat daughter Jessie, of Lake Butler, my office and made application Florida, this 22nd Bradford day of County, undesirable place..everybody seems to taxes.
N} ports are that he la visiting Mr. and Mrs C. C, for tax deed to issue thereon In A D. 1941.. about the thousands of
Mra. Improving were accordance, with law. Bald certificate (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas forget worthwhile This state, too,has an important stake
R. p. Lewis and Sunday afternoon. _embrace*. the' following! de> An
son, acrlbed property mtuete,. in urao- County Clerk Circuit Court 5-23 Bradford retailers who operate clean,decent, in the beer industry's, purchases
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop I Et20
Florida to-wlt:
ford Iaw
-abiding establishments.
and Mrs Inca Kelley were visit W) of Slit 40 I. T. Co' Bub- materials equipment, and services

a New ... trig Henry Sapp of Lawtey Sunday 6 Dlv.H. R.of NEt 22 E. of NEW' Sec. 28 Twp. IN THE CIRCl'IT COURT OF TilE To protect the good name of beer, we from more than 100 other industries.

1 Modern. .. ., erty The under a".esHi the ent iiald of certificate said prop-Issued KHillTM BRADFORD JUDICIAL COUNTY FLORIDA CIRCUIT, of the beer industry'want the few... You can help us protect these benefits

Sanitary Mrs. Alton Dobbs and baby, was in the name of E.. E. B 1.'l.'O:3B81 :I1':. A OF POLITI THE but noticeable."black sheep" retailers in two ways-by ((1) patronizing only

ExPertBarbers Eloise,' Mrs. Merrill Tindall and "iTn'le** aald certiflrale shall beredeemed M.STATE EDWARDS OF FLORIDA:, AND W. eliminated. 'the law-abiding places where beer' is sold
at ,
Ward the
Lucille were visiting tax CHAIRMAN. T.
according; to law C. CHASTAIN,. J. U j That's not all. Such retailers and
State Farm :Monday afternoon. deed will Issue thereon on the O HARRELL WYNN M. endanger (2) by'reporting any Irregularities

-- a- :Mr.,and.Mrs.. C. (Crosby and IUr4.i Doted day this.J..n.A 10th day, D.*ot 1941.May; A. INO DISH AS :rRJ"cgt.r RED- an industry that brings important economic : ytlumayobeervetothe. duly constituted

For Quick Service Visit. Its children Arsula and Bobby, Mr*. D.OFFICIAL 1941. BEAt.) A. J. Thomas. COUNTY THE COMMISSIONERS EN rIRIa-, BOARD OF OF benefits to.the! community. Right authorities.

J. R. Kelly and daughter,' Kath Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY A POLITICAL

STARKE BARBER SHOP ryn and Donald Drlggers of Lake County, FloridaSl 4t, &.ltIV STATE OF SUBDIVISION FLORIDA OF, THK ,

4I,IP .. II .,,_,. Butler, were in Grandin Thursday. Petitioners,, A
'' Miss Doris Dyal spent the FIGHTS JUDICIAL (CIRCUIT J. T. Quigley et al., beverage of moderation J
Our Beauty Service week-end in Brooker with Mr BRADFORD COUNTY KIORII. Defendant. L
looking] GRAHAMBy ('. CHA8TAIN. J. L. WYNN. M. To All Whom It May Concern: + roue
fi your best eWe Mrs. L. C. Smith n.DISH.HARRELL A<* MEMBKUS.roMPRIINO AND P. D RED*- AND to J. T. Qulgley.and Minnie

have real] THE ENTIRE BOARD OF residence his wife, whose place of
: Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnsonhad COUNTY COMMIHHIONER8' OF L. Is "''tarkef Florida; and
A. Davis
skilled stylists] j'f BRADFORD COUNTY, A POLITICAL Davis, as gueats Sunday. Mr. and SUBDIVISION OF THE his wife, whose place of
to do your Mrs. Ancel Norman and children STATE: OF FLORIDA Holder residence Is Htarke, Florida; Dove
a widow
work of Heilbronn Springs, and Mr. va.Petitioners Holder residence Smate la whose;:\\c.w Florida place; lama of MM' CHEVROLET I

STARKE BEAUTY and Mrs. Fred Johnson and D. E. Knight.Defendant et al., dence In Htarke, Florida place I and of resi her

;. SIIOPPE daughter; Anna Jean of Waldo. I JVOTHK\ IN UMIMFNT' DOMAIN of husband resldence.Is James Smate, wboee place
Mrs. E. Strickland is spending PIIO4;tCKIUNUN Holder, unknown; Lulu
Located Near Kant Dour of 'IN TUB NAME OF TilE STATE residence unmarried Is whose place of
several days with friends and OF FLORIDA Starke. Florida; Marjorie -

Courthouse/! relatives in Nichols TO ALL' WHOM IT. MAY CONCERN redden Holder la Manu"Htarke' ,whose, Florida place and of !wf3 "

Mrs. Emory Rivers of Auburn- AND to: D. E KnlKht and N. L. Sam place .111..nue.of residence her husband whose !

dale waa vlaltlng Mr. and Mrs.George Knight hi* wife whole place ofresidence Lonso; Holder, marital la unknown i.; THE1EMER
iNsY I I. :'Starke. Florida) whose. status Unknown V93
Rivera recently. Charles Farrelly, a bachelor, whose unknown; Claude place of residence. la ,
MAGIC'DEATH.l'dtI. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johns of place of ronldrnce. I Ie Stark., Flori status unknown, whose Holder marital S''r real 9 da; and F. W. Hockenberry and residence place of
Heilbronn Springs were visitingthe Mary Doe Is unknokni I Mack Hol i
Horkenberry. his wife, der, marital .
I :, Roaches. Ants, Fleas, latter's mother, Mrs. C. Fogg. whop place of residence la Lak.And place of residence status I.I unknown, whoa Y
Ratsand'like Como Florida) bert unknown; Gll- ea'A'

Harmless to Humans & Pets Sunday Mra. R. M. Johnson spent the claiming. to any all Hunt persons, title having Intorent or. | wife unknown, whole: Lllll and place Holder Lottie of residence Minton Holder, hi Is. Y' j )'011'11
estate, and *
t *5* at Leading! ,Drug Stores week-end In Nichols a* guest other or on mortgag.those certain or other parcels Hen of to Paul place Minton of residence. her husband who.. -i', -s:& *<2 I }''nd't' /

sinter Mrs. Ellen Padgett land In Bradford Couny, Florida Florida, and to Is Live Oak,
which are Included In that. part ol heir. all other unknown atCho's
at law .
devisees legatees RKST
lelnora of C, N Holder< deceased; IN vrotfsT
And to all
Persons having
claiming any right title Interest or, < 5 EERA
estate, mortgage or other lien to ; : FIRST /'

: In or Bradford on those certain County,parcels Florida,of which land ; IN, HILL 'ON .
are I
Included In'that part of State
Road No. for, designated
aa "Pro
ject 6S21," aa located surveyed and DR'VMB'NG .
O platted by the State Iload .

ay L/VM. FROM OLD MILWAUKEE shown of by the right State of way of Florida map nep.rtR'lent thereof and ': RRSTIN EASE

Clerk on of file the in Circuit the office Court. of In and the ; RIDING .

frt Bradford County, and described
Petition nflled In the above I FIRST
entitled cause on the 22nd day of IN E. .
IT *
aA'p'Z'rdl.e''bd: of the -RONNQ
acYJWd State of .'lorld..1 et al.. against :
you and each or you, seeking to 01110"' ECONOMY
teftvis condemn for public road and Itigh- 9
way purvos th* 'aald parcels of all
d;, in 'r land situate, lying ...d being In TOW, ho
Ipl Bradford County, Florida and more 9est
'tor particularly described priced -seI/
'" aa follows: i fig
PARCEL NO.1: c ors':
nEW A strip of land described as _
a Beginning at the Intersection of lust Os I
the North line of Call Street and FIR it'sr
the Kant line of Weller. street ST

.4.i / / corner(said point of Lot being t In the Block Southwest"A" of and youIT // 011I01111 IN SALES
: and Addition to Starke). o/
t run thence
South 71 de- '
!lfr... IS* East along the North 0'
boundary of said Call Street 710 'P l"
feet to the I c.o ;: .
r p Lot 10 In Block Southeast"C" corner of DeBevolne of- 'or 3ortf/'ess

i A flavor you'll want ;r Addition to Stark.; thence I" the '
North 2 *
degrees 24 18' West WeZe,
to remember and a along the East boundary of a&ld
Lot 10 In Block "C" a distance

I r i s name you can't forget of degrees 75.12. 42'feet vl..thenc, 2ft feet South thence 17 ven YearsTorode

Old ITIilwauItee. Smoother North 72 degree II' West (1275
Old feet thenre South 17 degree
: than ever- smooth and 42 Wet IS f..t.\v\ thence North ALWAYS
? T2
,,1 .. ? yes degree 220 feet
.. thence i.W.at
South IT
-" brilliant and ihv iutes degree* 42
extra dry, too- 1. feet to point of beginning -
.''Iw- i,' : keen : Said strip of land being -
w edged without bitterness a part of NWM\ of tjfc!>4 of
Section 2*, Tp. S
or bite. Obey that impulse 22 EaatlbtR&'ef
i. ,r- t NO.. 2;
now. There'll never 1 n I (a) That poetioreftp"t;, (, t-acr a a F I
I 14 tract In ftVf' .or:*** ef'' BH! of. yiny
be a better time 'to meet J1of; \, 8KV Mtfc8* tt.B>t 27.
Township 'South. Rang'' Si

:' this friendly beer. Pti'4AT ditch Eat centerline lying within described 21 feet of

? Begin follows on; the South boundary of

A 5Io/JJl/mIr.J' Mid 1 acr' tract at a point 51.5
EMERALD GREEN BOTTLES" feet Cast: of the 8W corner Chevrolet Co
thereof; thence North 0 .degree*

fMr.11shOM.J. aee,. ...... G., ari..j..,orb. North 10' East 42 degrees 170... 91'feet Went thence S2.T |i

feet to the North boundary of I Starke Florida.

-c-_____ _


,r MAY 23' 1941' "


Ii \

SAMPSON CITY CUM BRANCH the weekend\ with Mr. and Mrs. East; O. M. People and wife. II 1 d

AROUND' LAWTEYWith By: Mrs. S. E. Jones By Mrs. Edd ParrfehMr S. & Sapp. ROM L. Peoples of Coahocton :
anal .
a r- Mr. ,and lire Vanlc! Keene Ohio to E. M. Raulerson and ': i

I Ruby Moore Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown I *. EnD PARRISH! and son were visiting Mr. and Nettle L. Raulerson, May 7; E. :'y ,.""

and little .0 D. Marion, spent, Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Shaw and Mrs. Carl Hilliard of Woodlawn. M:: Raulerson and wife Nettle I*. j'. (;,,!' '
.e.e I Tuesday with relatives in Cocoa.Mr. : children of the State Farm were Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Raulerson. to E. J. Raulerson and I '
ROBERTS ENTERTAINS INSTALLS BKAN BELT KNFIELDS LEAVE i and I! s. E. M. Canady dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. D. Warren of Starke was. wife Loca Raulerson May 73; s
ORL G \ W TlIEDEGeorge for ON VACATION TRIP 'spent Sunday In Jacksonville. L. Conner Sunday. visiting her parents Mr. and George n. Flynn and Florence C. 'j' t:
A belt
enter- grading both lima Nr
Roberts Rev. and Mrs. Lee Enfield
Andrews ,
rl. May and string beans was Installed small : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller are Mrs. W, H. Groves!, Mrs. Carrie Mrs. J. 8. Sapp Monday after 'Flynn, his wife to J. W.
afternoon daughter Carolyn are leaving Lee
Tlur! daY shower last Monday upon the platform of spending a while here with Mr. Greene. Mrs. Minnie Sapp, Mrs.' noon. Jr.. May 8; Eugene l hl)
dl mlecellaneoua Monday. May 26, for a three Mi, and lire J. C. *, and wife. Llxzle Lee. to John W. '
wltb, a d Marie the Lawtey Farmers' Market and weeks : liter's[ father and Mr. Robinson.Mrs. Brltle Rlgdon and mother and Sapp an j M
Gull 1 a vacation. Besides
visiting Brooks to
Mies Ray Geene, all of Umatllla were son of Sampson were dinner George. May 8; W. P. '
mar- 20 hampers of string beans relatives L. A. Browning spent the '
were and friends they
approaching expectto 8.
whose dinner guests of relatives here guests of Mr. and &frs. Leroy Sallle Williams May -
BUrton Bar- graded and sorted shortly after conduct several Youth Ralliesin week-end In Georgia with her lis-
"to Mr. GradY Tuesday of last weok. Norman Sunday Lee and wife Ldzzle '
of the Installation as a trial run of Northern churches ter. Eugene
ail be an event and bite the machinery. Friends of Miss Hazel Sapp., I Lee. to John 'W. George May 8; i iI vet, M
larkepHe They have their Itinerary J. C. Sapp attended the union
Deeds FiledN. SaIHe William. ,
drgone daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. W. P. Brooks, to
!large living room Lima beans will not begin to as follows:' Lawtey to Waterloo upper In Gainesville Thursday I Dr. W.' >K.Mlddleton .
the I Albert to
8 Julia t
tilled with their be In Sapp. will be glad to learn of her D. Walnwrlgm. Jr., and May ; I
picked any great quantity Iowa., where they will night. .11..11 '
dining room I con- marriage to D. Warren Monday.. wife. Grace Wa I n w r l II' ht. to MaY' ti; J. 1* ;
for another two weeks, but string duct their first Rally; then on to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper were night of last week. Thelma Redgrave Johns.' May 3; and wife. Lucy F. HarreU. to' w< I

tyeect; of the guests arrived in beans are at their height la regards Montezuma, Iowa and from thereto visiting{ Mr. Harper'. sister '')Ira. Mr. and Mrs. D. Warren of W. R. Alvarez and Almeta Al- H. Edwards. Jr.. May 9;' W 'B "' t, Ii M
to register to flavor, If not at the Chicago where will Curtis Vames afternoon.Mr. .. .
peakof they 10
were uke" I..te.. remain Thursday Starke were guests of Mr and vares. his wife to Carl Johns, Sibley to James Swindle.; May ; ']
Brlde'l Book wblcb WU the their production.' a few days. Another Rally and Mrs. E. D. Jones and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Wednesday.Mrs. May 3; Oats Freeman and Henry J. T. Quigley' and wife, "'J nDIe 'R i
nted Mlae Thde b Y J. S. Shuford. who was In In Detroit and then to York. Pa. Mr and Mrs.' J. C. Sapp spent Carlton Chastaln and Mrs. Freeman her husband, to J. :M. W. Quigley! and U A. Davt and' 1 ),|

ell. charge of the State Farmers'] Returning homeward they will the day Sunday'at Silver Spring T. C. Chastaln of Hampton were Siatn mk. V. 8. St. John and L. wife Lee Ferryman Davis to 1))?(vJ' i

! All intereet1n1 program .priate Market In Starke during 1940, Is spend one day with I Mr. En- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Varnes of visiting relatives and friends here O. Powell, Trustees for Bradford James Patray. May 12; James, s wrti

. to the occasion was In charge 'of the Lawtey Market fleld'g brother In Washington, D. Graham were visiting here Wednesday Wednesday.Mrs. Lodge No. 35. Free and Accepted: Patray and Nora Patray his wife f\\ rys

dUring the aTtemoon. and a very successful Summer C.. before conducting their final afternoon.Mrs. B. H. Rawls of High Masons Lots 1. 2, 3, 4. 8. and to Moat Reverend .Joseph'P.'} }., i i j'','

o : Barbara Moore season Is expected. rally in Taylors S. C. I Ella Sweat and children Springs wre dinner guests of 6 of Block 13, Oasklns Additionto ley. as Bishop of St. -Augnstta, >'- !Ms

o fet: Ernestine MooreLou New traffic lanes approachingthe The Enflelds expect to be home pent the day Sunday with Mrs. Mrs. J. S. Sapp Wednesday the Town of Starke. In section May 12; Miss M. -A. '1YJ.ltfl''to ,' ,u, s ilw f

LT Edwards market have been opened and Saturday, June 21st but in the Joe Sweat. Jeff Roberts of Lawtey spent 29, Township 6 South Range 22 M. M. Raybin. May 16. 1' "J p, ,rued

lug: Mr' I.. B. CodY., hard surfaced since last bean and absence of the pastor the pulpitof Mrs. W. H. Smith and children - S"ti F1
Easley ShU- corn season and the farmers the
o IOlo: Miss all Lawtey Baptist Church spent the day In Hawthorne ,' ,;iIr \
state that there la far less difficulty will be filled on June 1st and Thursday of last week. '{" / 4InT

Caradlne wearing In approaching and leavingthe 8th by Mr. Sid Reese, a Christian "'t
Linda Mrs. L. A. Brown ,
was visitingin
tile .length afternoon platform than In formeryears. business man from Jacksonville.The ;f +bnlw. 1
tioor Brooker Thursday of last week. ,'il > Ip
dainty and white pres- : morning service, June 15, will ; 1o' 4 ne 1 1t
II of pink with the be conducted by Raymond Gomesof Mrs. Gilbert Brown spent the : 1:;: ,t {
ted ws Thede MRS. J. ''If. MOORKENTERTAINS week-end In Lake Butler with her ete
numerous Starke. and the evening service ; l <
her "f'I r Vf
ser gifts from W. S. C. S. by P. P. C. Gloster F. Tls- mother Mrs., Wimberly. } ,tof j I ]
ndJ. The meeting was opened by the 1,1
of Camp Blandlng. Since )..I'' "
tie bordered napkins marked President, Mrs. I. B. Cody read. coming to Camp Blanding Mr. PINE LEVELBy 'ii," wCl.4

arle and Grady" were given Ing the 121st Psalm. Tisdale has had many unique experiences Mrs. II. M.. McRa .7 'b
the serving .. ; i I
proceeding During the business session repairing
b guest In his work the
among Ui
which con- Delma Gosnett of Plant .
the refreshments the parsonage was discussed soldiers. City ..-.- --.,..,.i:. t
of Neapolitan Ice cream but the outstanding issue! and Miss Ardella Starling, daughter :; ,

tiny cakes decorated with of the meeting was the adoptionof RECIPE; : OF THK: WEEK of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Starling '' '".tl' ors

W Icing rosebuds. A corsage an eleven year old child at the "Fluffy Waffles" (And they really were united in marriage MtMt
I jweetpeas was also placed on Methodist Orphanage at Enter. are) Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clockat 'J't', >.,

plate. prise. The name of t belittle 2 egg yolks the Courthousa Starke. The I!'l',

Thede, attractive In an girl has not yet been learned. 1 1-2 cups milk ((01' half water ceremony was performed by \ f
llss model with Refreshments served during the and half canned cream), County Judge E. K. Perryman in \
n,-cross green woven shoulder treat- social hour were fruit punch and 2 cups pastry flour, the presence of a few friends A\ 111110 <; :' ;; ,III40u

nl, wore a royal purple turban, cookies. Assisting Mrs. Mooreas 4 teaspoons baking powder, and relatives. The young couple DURINGId,'ii' i
m' which fell shoulder-length co-hostess was Mrs. J. T. 1-2 teaspoon salt, left Sunday for Plant City ;" 4'lot
where will make their home.
II silk fringe. Her corsage. Witt.Those 6 tablespoons of melted short they :J N
Cdi further accented the purple present at the meeting ening. Elder W. E. ''Hall filled his : 1w

L: was of violets. were: Mrs. I. B. Cody, Mrs. A. 2 egg whites, beaten stiff. regular appointment at PineLevel (, ) I

Icuests were: Mrs. R. R. There M. Lewis Mis. Dean, Mrs. Herbert Beat egg yolks until light and last week-end. Elder and

W. Hal Edwards, Jr., Mrs. Hazzard Mrs. Catherine add milk. Sift flour and measure. Mrs. Hall, together with Mr. and I, n
n Hill Mrs. Campbell Teare, Mrs. W. H. Edwards Jr., Add baking powder and salt, sift Mrs. H. M., McRae attended the ))1\\ / H. ,
wls. Ed. Durban, Mrs. Bud Carl Mrs. Mary Bennett, Mrs. G.. W. this mixture Into the milk mix- dedication service'at Corinth Bap- twr ,;" ,,}) ''r'rwsI

) Mrs. A. A. Annie Mrs. Lee Roberts. 'Mrs. W. F. Moore, Mrs. ture. Add melted shorteningand tint church In Jacksonville.Miss '
A. H.' and Mrs. J. T. Witt. fold in the stiffly beaten Odessa McRae I t eru
Uld Mrs. Q. W. Brown. Mrs. Harley egg returned AIIOY-and : ,
.. ship ship we
Carra- whites. (A hint if you are out of home Sunday after visiting her S. ITS i1 0**.
[ Mrs. F. R.
Smith, :
BEVERLY ANN APPLEBYMr. aweigh, aa you .
pastry flour-Add two tablespoonsof ; ne
L. Harrell, Mrs.. W. rother-ln-law and slater, Mr. and a !I
e, Mrs. J. and Mrs. Victor Applebyof cornstarch to each cup of all Mrs. A. F. Hall, in Jacksonville. ,vs too become the<
j Moore, Mrs. M. B Mrs.Plummer I. B.wly Jacksonville announce the ar- ,purpose flour, and sift three times Mrs. C. H. Neal, Mrs. Ella Bay ,, rr and skipper of'a Dodge 'I I{ :
f Hermle Kelley Bennett. Mrs.rbfrt rival of a daughter born May 6, ; before adding to other Ingredlents. and Mrs. Hardy Lovett and sons, 1'c' l-ropeller.DrITea Crirlaer. :;I ,
Mrs. Mary at St. Lukes amoothet,
Catherine Hospital In Jack- Billy and Bobby, all of Gaines. Here are the .
Hazzard Mrs. sonville. The baby has been 'thing afloat ,on any hi'r'. ';
ville, were dinner of Mrs.
Miss I guests : F" "?'
are, Mrs. Jack Howe named_ Beverly Ann. Mrs. Pearl Whltnel and Mrs. And the fastestaellloireWv H. M. McRae
Monday way. !
.. Howe. Mrs. Effle Miner, Lou Struth of a >
DeLand arrived afl '
Frank Wells, Mrs. 'A." M. Mre. Appleby will be remem- Thursday. May 15, to remain as ger. and Mr. and Mrs. Homer with Fluid Drive In I I',' ,* I IMw..
bered as Miss Louise Warren of the world.
and Allen Hall all of i J :
Blanchard Skeen ,
Mhard, Mina Enata guests of Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. rtorA

Warren Mrs. V. Reddish, Lawteyv Roberts until Sunday. On.Friday Jacksonville, were visiting relatives : It. a 'new day Utu motor-, dY A

In. J. M. Reddish Mrs. Anders, J.: B'?: McDonald* and Joe"Harrell. "Mrs. Whltnel, Mrs. Struth here Wednesday: Mr*. Hall ear, and yon better,: : ,

0. J. Phillips. Mrs. W H. Jr., were in Jacksonville on and Mrs. Roberts spent the dayIn ; and little daughter Ardella. have __.i', be In on It while these Dodge eM

Pas' Mrs. E. B. Wells, Mrs.. 'A. business Monday. Jacksonville. returned home alter'.pendln a prieesi last-and drive forevermore -' i ,
Mrs. ,,Harry. while here with>her parents Mr. (''
Harley, Hubbarfl\ Among the fishermen who officially Miss Betty Brlghtwel of Jacksonville without constant I i ,! IIt
Mrs. Sumter D. Harley.Mrs.: and Mrs. H. M. McRae. t
the Trout
opened Fishing and hlftlna of
was the week-end guest clutching aa M
lAclatr Harley, :Mrs. H. D. Ar- Season Tuesday and REALLY of Mr: and Mrs. LOUTS H. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman SArin.11M WHEELS HJU-FLOATING RIDE old. See for ;yourself what ', "l e'n
ood Mrs. C. Dtnklns, Mrs. Paul brought home the fish were F. Herbert Haz- and children and Mr. and Mrs. Don't !
Rev. and Mrs. we mean. ..... .Callt'I" :
iinklns. lira Joe Harrell.. Jr.. R. Carradine with a 12 pounder zard attended the District Rallyof Eldon Sapp, all of Gum Branch on Dodge dealer ,,' ; f ;
In George Durham, 'Mrs. Cecil and John Shuford J. H. Moore the Methodist Churches held were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ar- MASTER HYDRAULIC BRAKES your today ; (iW"f .Or 4

Itehead, Mrs. Joe Peele, Mrs. and David W('Moore, who brought at Gainesville .'Thursday May thur Mcltae Friday night. DRIVE F1NOER-TIP STEERING ( J!t" :p loo ;,
; : fWA
C. Miss Bessie ,
Terry. Terry in nine nice ones.! We are sorry to report the illness &
RUJD ___ : k ; elrq
Irs. John Wyrtck Mrs. Melvin Rev. H. C. Hardin, D. S., will 15th.Mr.. and Mrs. A. M. Lewis and of Lynn, the little son of _1_ l4 ': I,
tch. Mrs. Jake Shuford. Mrs. conduct evening services at Grace small ion Alvin and Mrs. DavidW. Mr. and Mrs. BJ. M. McRae und DRIVE f **

IUi Futch, Mrs. Earle Edwards, Methodist Church and hold the Moore and daughter Betty wish him a speedy recovery. tfi1'I". SK;
Hi. Carl Edward Mrs. L. H. M FLUID DRIVE a
Fourth Quarterly Conference at spent Saturday afternoon in Jacksonville Mrs. J. E. Starling and daughter : I I.e I

toch, Mrs. Jim Godwin. Mrs. 8:00: o'clock Tuesday evening, shopping.Mr. Lethamae, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ...... 1. 'J II
xilln* Torode Mrs. J. W. AnIftI TIM* U ee "* (1-1 ft C. L i., .
May 27th.Church. and Mrs. Lee Enfield were Jr., and Mr and Mrs .
Starling. MOII PUN Pit GALLON OP OA1 The.MereCM1.P.M.i.o.t.T. KI
Mrs. Carl Wooten :Mrs. s reports from all organizations visitors In Jacksonville Tuesday. Russell Thomas, were visiting Mr. ,J ,
Hn Shuford, Mrs. Enoch GrifMrs. will be given at that Nash
and Mrs. G. G. Burnsed at
A. :M. Lewis Mrs. M. B. : '
time. BIRTHDAY G R E E TINGS! ville. Ga.. Sunday.TYPEWRITER : ;
ma Mrs' Bill Plummer, Mrs. J. P. Roberts Motors r llMMI
Mr. E. A. Edwards who cele- ,
Shuford. Mrs. A. C. Pearce: Reddish Mrs: Davidson, Mrs. Fer- RIBBONS-All tsft1
21st. and Miss "
W. H. Edwards, Mrs. J.'H. gerson. :Mrs. Troy Bennett. Mrs. brated May '

< re, M r.. J. T. Witt Mrs W. J. Wilkinson, and Mrs Pau- Easley Shuford.. one of whose Lawley's kinds COUNTY. 75o TELEGRAPH.each BRADFORD Temple Avenue Starke, Florida', : ill'fera ''
talented musicians
,W. Moore Miss MyrUe, line Redgraves. 'If o. ( yyr
birthday anniversary was yes

terday. 2 J : m itrre3[

Hot and cold running wat r-Phone S-9107-European Plan THERESSA \ iMlaflt w
t'YeJatJP'lMtJaOa7Ai/Ot ,
W. Adams St. Myrtle Ave.. Jacksonville Fla. e $
at By Mrs."!. II. D. May (H
Rates: Single 75c and $1.00 per day

Double $1.0O and '1.30 per day Clyde Hersey was a visitor to lee l vet/ur eJfaril/afilrf ,: :
A FAMILY HOTEL I. E. CONE_Prop._ Jacksonville Saturday. F nIr
Mitts Gladys Hersey visited relatives r

In Jacksonville during the ',
; rti
week. ,11 _
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Mrs. L. A. Hall and little t vYN id I ,

Many..... Experience: : Makes It Possible for Me to Render granddaughters, Grace Dickinsonand + 1 eM ,

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE: Carlle Mae, Hall were visitIng .
last Thursday.Mrs. h
in Starke
Calvin' Hall and childrenare # ,1 '
DeWTTT C. JONES visiting her parents at Hell .. .. +
Starke Florida I bronn Springs; 4 F a
Mrs. W M. Andrews and chll ;- ,

dren were In Starke Saturday M 7
For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local afternoon r

Ford Dealer Located Quite a few from here attended '
At The Ford Garage, services In the I C
the evangelistic ,1
One Block South of S. A. L. Depot red. white and blue tent in'' J a

Starke Friday night. ,,':1- tMerg
Earl Geiger and Junior Swindellwere \IdHere's \ I

Andrews Motor Co. attending to business In : *L

Starke Mr. Saturday.and Mrs. Albert Hardee A Beer You Ought to Know lift? !;

Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years from Jacksonville visited Mrs I .1m I

HI phone 118 STARKE FLORIDA Susie Mr. Hardee and Mrs.the Arthur past week.Milliken' if you like a Smooth Mellow Brew1U'dmcrs :; 1

and children of Ocala visited Mrs

Milliken's parents. Mr. and Mrs recall with fond memories Joe the famous alligator were houehoU 1 ,k P
Sullivan here Sunday. when words in North Florida. *,
L. ?
A. Florida's early scenes. Days a vs.'
Everybody Is asked to attend (!/ Palatlu was the southernmost point of l lloses
AM' .t as pleasantly memorable a part C
Sunday School every Sunday afternoon travel I when Mayport and of FlondVs historical panorama u smooth 1 S' '

at 3 o'clock. Ft George were { resorts when mellow I AX Deer since 1914 a favorite r W+'
IIRlllrJIIr The young people's union baa the stiU'hunlmc tug THREE FRIENDS among those who know and love good bur t

r services every Sunday night at (before the 5p1uwh'American war) was JAX Beer I is a quality beet made from j 1
the Christian Church. Everyone filibustering across to Cuba's revolutionaries choice American material! by experiencedAmerican : '' drowse

Is Invited to attend Florida's. answer to brewma ten.'t
W. F. :May and family of California the Sub-Tropical Exposition : 1h

Do Your Trading Hampton visited his parents Mr in Jacksonville when the For :a refreshing, zestful treat, try a bottle nor

and Mr. H. D. May. Sunday.. waterworks whistle Big Jim and Old of JAX todiyl h, *".

where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are We people of There sa are gU MIRE

given away with every $40 in. trader to see our Dr. Mlddleton'U able JAX IIEVIII CtMMIT, Ji ks itills, FlriTlM < I X41n

certificates. to be up about bU bunlneM again. ;YOar Crl'A' '8p Y ,
Are Re.leemed V.... Hilda Griffith and son Brood Street VWucf.. In /j<'wmnfl""* sheet 1991. Tfcu' tiuiont tttnj t
GARAGE Donald, left for Miami Saturday, -It;MMrwraM/nm Dernnlcr IWO lo July 1903. u/hm' tf WM npiictd'by Il re4 '' 7gM eLa ,
pain SMITH'S after a visit with her parents the prttf itnourt. Hutortctt AIM/nm D lll.' II,,",?./]<
STARKE, FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. A. L Sullivan.


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a = '> MAY 23 1941


IN TERESTING FACTS ABOUT JACKSONVILLE FIRMS Help Yourself And U. S.A.I New Bank Teller berries Ida raising though POultry he and

_ c. E. Hemwall ,Is the new tel- or eight years'lence bat

COMPILED BY W. B. TAYLOR & WON" ler at the Florida Bank at including banking
Defense BondsWant two :
By Buying Starke, having come there recently First National Bank
15th Coca-Cola Bot- 1..... at 1Int!
Around June from the
Amco Feed Store Occupies, New to make a good, sound investment, and at the same tling Co. While Mr. Hern wall la

-I4 W ,,1Y \\1II Handle Uayne Fe
+ Poultry Dairy Supplies. & Equipment, Fencing & Light Hardware dictator-dizzy world? came to Florida 13 years ago to Opens
When the United States Defense Savings Bonds and I get away from the rigorous win Black bass ft8hn|
This establishment now located The firm makes a special effort -I The farmers and people of this Postal Savings Stamps went on sale at the postoffice here I ters. He and his wife came firstto opened Monday at 2 '

102 Stuart Street is building a I to help the farmers or etock(community i have long since and, throughout the country) on May 1,. !it immediately Duval County to be with Mrs. 30 minutes later Carl Ttt,
at and Is glad to give any learned that they can depend on became forevery Ben Hall JOIuI,
warehouse and mill at Beaver growers possible Hernwall's parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. were headed
ISybr the
;l and new Huron Streets In jackBonvllle Information or advice desired on the Amco Feed Store and to man, woman, and child to do H. Russell. Later they moved private" lake 30 mL for
the subject pertaining to feeds manager :Mr. C. C. Smoak. Store For Raybin National Starke r
which will be much more convene Want" and this his or her part toward out on a 20-acre farm on Road They caught
:, iently l located for Bradford seeds, fertilizers and poultry sup- have "What Is They one that will keep Makes ProgressM. Defense. 13 four miles north of Starke.Mr. pounder and a 5-POlUlder GIlt
result the business concern
As a "threw
You can Just plies. Hernwall has'spent mostof back all
customers Defense Savings the
County : at reasonable prices. The new alllaller;
back home has grown until It reaches out good quality M. Raybin proprietor of his time since coming Flor- Other early
stop by on your way head of this feed- fami- fishermen
directing to the '
The Bond is similar
purchases you in every direction. the Star Store which opened in equally good luck. I'p
and pick up any well 1 11I
Smoak is a
Mr. ,
have without carrying them II The formula and analysis tagalone house Starke In October 1937, will liar "Baby Bond," of which
may known business man who has by WANTED TO RENT
) a, all over town.. This new mill are not enough In the manufacture I vast experience and acute business move from his present locationon more than five million dollars WANTED
Living Room
and street Into his
modern South
and warehouse will be of Wayne Feeds. The Judgment brought this businessup worth have been bought by With without TOMATO
or Piano
I own new building on Call street as PEPPER
sanitary In every respect and vital goodness (actual nutritious to the leading position It occupies around June 15.' more than two and a half mU- STUDIO OF MUSIC EGGPLANT ,

planned to give their customers : quality) of Wayne Is made sure today in the commercialand W. O. Nelson contractor Is lion Americans since 1935.: Location and full particulars. :

y the best feed and supply service by a ''Trlple'T e. t System of t agricultural life of this sec erecting a building: for him on A Defense Bond may be purchased Box; 160S AtUntlo Beach, FU. J. W. JORDAN
+ I "
1"s that is possible.to obtain. Quality Control. Uon. the lot he recently purchased for $18.75. In ten years, R 2, Box 296, Stark

+,, from Miss M. A. Mann Congressman -

1I'f; ; NATIONAL CONTAINER CORPORATIONJacksonville building R. A. Is Green's just to secretary.The the rear. it will increase be worth of 33 925.00.1-3 per This cent lean ,

equal to an annual Interest, return -
; Fla.-Phone 5-6105 of the the corner Gay of Service Call: Station and. court on I of 2.9 per cent ,compounded 5sf 1/ou wete. the Only Z7t/Vct

4300 Tallyrandvenue. most rigid fire preventive measures the importance of their continued streets: I, seml-annually. Any time after
Located In Jacksonville, Florida Is and in their cuttings ob- I operation.In Mr.. Raybln's building: will beof 60 days from the date of pur- you might not need automobile
"has the bond be redeemed insurance. But
of the firms of this section erve carefully the strict letter of appreciation of the Inestimable cement blocks, and will consist I I *, may thtoti

IL which one has added to Its prosperity the state law realizing that it is value of the location of the of two stores each 25 x 45 for cash in accordance with a fellow may involve you in 'an accident .
I values printedon
+ and progress possibly more than a splendid one and one that will, Industry here the people of this feet. and Mr.: Raybin will occupy I I table the of face redemption of the bond. LOOK INTO AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
l to the benefitof
other factor-.the National It observed, react the East store and rent the west No
any Container Corp. Since their establishment every timber owner. The com- section have generally been very one. The' contract price of the To spread Investments widely Charley E. Johns Agency

here the company has pany Is continually urging private loyal In their support. However, building Is'''$3.500: Mr. Nelson among all the people in America,

striven for the upbulldlng of this landowners to follow their conservation the Industry has become so mucha aid Monday, and will be modernIn a limit of $5,000 has been set on 119 East Call Street Starke, Florida

part of the state and td them program and conse- part of the community that every respect, having fluores- the amount of these bonds to be __
must go no small portion of the quently realize greater profits some of us may have come .to cent lighting and plate glass bought by any one person in one Telephone 13Repawntin

{ .:...dlt for tho expansion and de- from helr properties. Their con- think of them as a matter of fact. fron t. year. The bonds are in denomi- .THE TRAVELERS. Hartford

," velopment that has been enjoyedby tention that the prevention of So It might be well for us to stop F. C Hollingsworth recently nations of $25, $50, $100 $500:
forest fires Is as Important If and take Into consideration just and $1,000. all of which are sold
ibis section old to W, A. Cook the present
been earnest workers :not more so, to the timber owner What the National Container for 75 per cent of their maturity
They have site of the Star Store and Mr.laybln's .
of forest I than the saving of a crop of I Corp., really means to this sec value and all of which mature in
s In the prevention answer to the rent problem IF YOU WANT
{ the Importance I wheat to the grain farmer would tion. Their removal from the 10 years. TO
fires Realizing:: was a building of his own.
t of reforestation and the expensive : be. l Is a sound one. local field would be disastrous, For the smaller investor who

;a toll In young growth that every I Their presence here In active but their maintenance means uninterrupted wants to buy a Government Bondon CONTINUE TO DRIVA
and under the capable continuance of the Women PreparingFor
fire takes. they have lent their an easy payment plan the
movement to and efficient supervision of their encouragement of the whole sec- will have series
support to every War Duties post office a new
;; prevent fires and help In the conservation management has been a great tion and the steady march of Industrial of Postal Savings Stamps at 10c,, CAR- [

yi1; of thin great natural asset to us. When we remember and commercial develop The McAlester. Medical Corps, 25c, 60c, $1, and $5. Each purchaser 30-35 a2,000 *. -, ,
resource of ours On their own that they give employment to so ment of our section of this great of Miami sponsored by Mrs. of any Savings Stamp

the many of our people we realize state. Franklin D." OOIIevelt. had a lOc will be **" '.".J JSamuptolM
large holdings they practice representative higher than given See the one low priced full family size .

;n; In Starke the first free of charge, an attractive car designed to meet defense-time L.w t............
CHIROPRACTOR RISINGBy of this week. This organization, I pocket album in which to pastehis conditions. You can pay Increased
DR. T. J. WELDEN ....
according toW. M. Edwards, stamps until he has enough to and >
Mm.. II. II. Lea is TAXES still afford the amazingly on om.ta.ey..tlry
_r' ?' STARKE HOTEL. TUESDAYS AN'D FRIDAYS chairman of 'the City Council Is I buy a $25 bond or one of higher conomtcal-sturdlly built Atlt to M* bt I y
'j. Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner and composed of around 1,000 women denomination. .

Dr. T J. Welden Is an expert I will flow unretarded and health Miss Doris Strickland were visitIng who have enrolled\ In a nurses' I Secretary Morgenthali said that DARING TR Of.||

'," In analysts and offers the peopleof I will return naturally. Mian Strickland's; mother, training school (not Red Cross) I even a boy or girl who saved lOc WILLYS ALLOWAMCC.IRICHARD

this section the highest type Dr. Welden Is a professional Mrs. L. Hlnnon at St. Augustine preparing for any kind of service to buy a Savings Stamp would .wn4eas

of professional service. Many man of extraordinary power of Sunday, wherever they are most help the country. He added that as

people from all over this part of understanding of the Individualand Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Thomasand needed. ":you can safeguard your own wt

t the country are visitors at his of- noted for his quick and cor- mother. Mrs. Grover Thomas Some of them will be ambulance money and your own future, while

fice and receive very beneficial rect analysis. Then he possesses and son, Wilbur, of Brooker were drivers and this Is the only helping the national defense, by &
adjustments. a natural aptitude for the' correction the week-end guests of Mr. and such organization In the country, buying United States Savings HAMITER

.s The work of the chiropractor of causes ,of disease. Mrs. E. C.' Lewis. Mr. Edwards stated. Mrs., Geraldine Bonds now."
It Is not then that he Wynn who' represented the Starke FloridaBEAT .
y? + Is to correct displacements foundIn strange Mr. and ,Mrs Bishop Thomas ,
1 I. Qne of the busiest professional organization, received permission
the spinal column or other osseous visited his sister Mary Olive A Beautiful RoadMrs.
men of this vicinity. for his ser in from Mr, Edwards, custodian of
who Is a patient St. Vincent'sHospital y
%, or soft tissues. This ls vices are In great demand. We as the result of a car he Armory.nto use the building, Fred F. Stump has a 1

done by adjusting movement per- wish to compliment Dr. Welden accident Thursday. and, within the next two weeksa beautiful flower garden right out

formed with the bare hands In a upon the very valuable work he is representation of 50 to 100 of in the street; That may not be THE HEAT AT .
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Conner
scientific manner which In time doing in this section and direct these women will visit Starke and news; since she first planted It
visited Mt. and Mrs. Con-
returns the bony segments to your special attention to his efficient Raleigh Camp Blending bringing; their some 15 years ago when DeWitt
ner of Saxton
met hods. Thursday. own bedding and will make their KINGSLEY"BEACH
ht their normal articular relation Chiropractic C. Jones was mayor of Starke."
and release the pressure that former scientifically applied locates and Mrs. L. Hinson of St. Augustine headquarters at the Armory for Seeing tall weeds out in the

rtJ '' deviations caused on the removes the cause of disease, Is spending a few' days as two or three, days. It is possible street, which had never been

nerves affected. When such adjustment thereby adding years to life and the guest of her daughter. Miss tbat. they may put on some sort opened up, she asked the Mayor ,

try, 1 is complete, nerve force life to years. Doris Strickland and Mr. and ot program while here :Mr. Ed- if she might have the privilegeo
Mrs. R. M. Crosby.' wards stated.Lifelike f planting a flower garden Bathing Bar-B-Q

!' :: Mrs. Grover Thomas and son, there. His
permission was granted
Wilber, of Brooker were the din- PotatoOla and. she has a beautiful gardenof Boating Chicken Dinners
... '\ Ray II. Trueman, President ner guests of Mir. and Mrs. Bishop Starling, who lives three sweet peas poppies, pansies

MANUFACTURERS OF BETTER FERTILIZERS Thomas Sunday. miles out on' road 28 toward Pa- larkspur, zinnias, Queen Anne's Bowling Shrimp Dinners

Mrs R. M. Crosby and son, latka, and his 7-year-old son lace, dahlias, roses gladioli,
Located In Jacksonville' Florida The farmer and city people Nell, Miss Doris Strickland, and James, brought an Irish potatoto stocks, pinks, Easter llllies\ and Billards Fish''Dinners

with office In the Lynch Building have come to know that they can Mrs. Loran Conner ,were visiting the Telegraph office Monday other flowers instead of rag

r phone 5-1981; factory phone 8- get from them the best fertilizeron Mrs. Crosby's sisters in Jacksonville that closely: resembled a man- : weed. Thus the prettiest streetIn Trailer Park Cold DrinksCottages
the market, hence they seekno Thursday. hat is, it had a head two arms : Starke is Pratt street just

6S 2838. They operate the most further market. They havea Rev and Mrs. E. L. Gllltntlne and a big stomach! But this particular : back of Mrs F. H. Long's North Beer Tap

modern and up-to-date factory In reputation tar and wide as of Pensacola spent Friday night man must evidently be a Walnut Street home. on

this section of the State and business men of wide experienceand with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. veteran of foreign wars since he '"

manufacture fertilizers that are straightforward methods and had no hands and not even any Building Permits

especially suited to soils of this it Is not surprising that the Annual SaleThe legs. To say the least, it is a

section. This Is Independent ,, volume of business Is ever In- Poppy freakish looking potato. A per- i L. R. Starling for Church of

concern and every dollar spent creasing.They annual Poppy Sale, con son would almost be afraid to God frame buildIng $2,000 May KINGSLEY BEACHLAKE

for their fertilizers stays at home. permit no one to offer ducted by the American Legion eat it for fear he was feastingon 15; Eva B. Lord, frame residence, II

Because they are local people the higher quality, and this happy Post will be held Saturday May one of his ancestors. I $500, May 15.' ,

makers of these fertllUrs better combination has resulted In a 24. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.. FRONT AMUSEMENT P
understand the needs of local large and ever Increasing patronage and a of will
corps young girls
farmers and producers. sell the red paper flowers on the

streets throughout the day. The _____ __ _nn ___
poppies are made by disabled FOR. SALE-5 acres, 5-room LOST STRAYED or STOLEN-

_ Hampton Happenings veterans In the Veteran's Hospital house Starrke. Fla. Pecan trees Big brown unmarked Jerseycow. HERE'S HOW

at Lake City, and representthe and other fruit. Write Mrs. H. When last seen she was

only means many have of D. Morris, Box 534, Phone wearing bell. Finder notify '

By Mrs. M. "'. Morrow City. They were accompanied earning any money. 839-M: Henderaonvllle N, C. R. 1!:. Hornsby Rt. 1, Starke,
: home by Mrs G. Wadsworth ( 4-11 3tp and receive reward. 5-23 2tp YOU CAN HELP
and Walden .
sons, and Thomas.
More Selectees FOR farm 15 In LOST-Black and black bull
Members of the Hampton W. SALE-rSO-Acre cow
The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. War-
M. U. enjoyed a program of the I cultivation 15 woodland, Smiles yearling with white streaks in
ren of Alachua were guests Sun Six white men reported to the
j Youthful Christian of today presented day of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Simmons I Armory In Starke Tuesday as west of Starke near Lake face, marked swallow fork Bonds
U. S. Defense you
,, at their regular monthly Bradford County's newest of Butler road. Fifty bearing pe- underblt one ear, smooth cropIn By buying

meeting Thursday May IS, In Miss Virginia Lou selectees to be sent to crop Camp cans. Electric line runs by other, Reward. Notify help to provide funds to financeAmerica'
,, Alachua at the home of the Pickren of house. Terms. Bishop Thomas, Lloyd Griffis Lawtey. Itp
Blending for Induction
Jacksonville Into the
p president, Mrs C. A. Warren. was week-end Rt. 2. Box 162 Starke. Itp 8 preparedness program.
truest of her Army. They were: Thomas Till- STRAYED-Range cattle NEW
parents, Mr. and ,
Mrs. Warren hud her
her Miss Lottie as guests :Mrs J. J. Pickren. man Lee Foy Clark, Jack Hor- FUBNISHED. COTTAGES on BRAND M. B.. various old You enlist in the vast growing
ace Underhill Arvls Clarence Lake Santa Fe. 3 miles east of brands and marks. Please who are
and daughter Betty of Miami notify of and
l of Monongahela, Pa, Mrs. K. B.Watterson are.pendlng' army men women
Kirkland Ivan Erling Sponholts. Waldo. Electric lights, run- Marcus Brown. Starke. It
Mrs. J.V.. Horne their vacation with Mr.Weed's I seekto
and Willard Mines. Hines was ning water. Inquire Lewis determined to defeat all who
Mrs. Ella Hartline, Mrs. F. E. mother, Mra T, F.
: Dally cash market for cattle and
Inducted for another board. Jewelry Co., Gainesville, Our
% Watson Mrs. D. B. Williams and Bi'own. Fla.tf hog Auction Sale every Thurs- destroy our way of life.
Mrs. M.. W. Morrow, all of Hampton. Mrs. Dora Wynn and Seven ,negro youths will report I -
day beginning at 2:30: p. m. bank is cooperating with the government
Dora Mae, of Jacksonville, to the Armory on May 30 REDUCTION PULLEYS for sale Columbia Stockyards Lake City,

visited friends In Hampton last for Induction.. They are: Hilbert cheap.-Bradford County Telegraph Fla. Phone 481. See or write J. without profit or remuneration -
Mrs. Eva BIrt had
+ as her
guests Sunday her son-in-law and week.B Baldwin. Clifford Kelley. Starke. tf D. Odom. Jr., P. O. Box 247 in making these

daughter Mr and Mrs. Ira Y. Saxon returned from James Solomon. Joseph Hanker- FOR RENT-Two-room apartment Starke Fla. If bonds available.
lx Pompano Monday after a visit
Brown and their small eon Lamar of a week with son Swearlnger Kelly Mack adults only. Also large READY FOR BUSINESS- licensed
friends and
;SI of Gainesville. bedroom with double and sin contractor. All modern
Clayton Jones and Haskell
tives. H. Ryan
was a e com anled
Mrs. H. M. Chaataln anddau&hter home by his nephew Verta p Wall. Jones and Ryana will\ be deliveredto gle bed.Mrs. W. H. Struth. concrete equipment. Concrete See table below for denominations.

Uldeene, of New Srayrna Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonare other boards.Assistance Box 225, Starke. It side-walks floors, foundation __*
it > spent Friday with Mr. and visiting relatives work dirt hauling contractedA. : fr
w,! :Mrs. T. C. Cnastain- City Va. In Chase FOR RENT-Large unfurnished A. Annls. U BONDS (SERIES E)
They to
A plan spend PaymentsA apartment with private bath.
Miss. Eloise Pfckren |18 visiting about three months visiting rela- No children.: -Apply Mrs.: A. H. FOR RENT-Unfurnished apartment Issue Price Maturity Value
p"a relatives In Sanderson. tives and friends in total of $$177.667.70 has been
; Virginia Johns at Leila's Beauty Salon. .-Mrs. A. H. Green
( : North paid to Bradford County $18.75 25.00:
f Captain James Sandlln of Camp and South Carolina. recipU Itp Starke Fla. it
1 Blanding and Mr. and Mrs. Will Emory Brown returned home ents In the form of public a. aIa- 37.6O 50.00

:McEver of Graham were dinner Wednesday after a visit of ance cash payments for the period 75.00 Mature In 10 Years 100.00
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. week in Miami. a July 1. 1937, when the State W. T. CLUTEREALTORF. *

Cbaatain Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Naper and Welfare Board was Inducted Into II. A. LOANSWe Member Florida, National. Group

f: ; Mr. and Mrs Gordon Weest children, John. Jr.. and Slnl year.office The through total April was 30 divided of this as want the listing on ;your propertyWe Member Federal Deposit Insaraaoe Con*****"
Mr, and Mrs. Marshall!
Matchett Louisa of Fernandlna, were follows: Old age assistance! $161.- have some wonderful properties for sale
o returned Sunday from a visit of guests of Mrs. Naper'a FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
t parents, 102.70
aid to
several days with Mrs. J. H. Day Mr. and Mrs.. W. N Brown. Sun- ; dependent children See us about your Real Estate Needs
and Mrs. Inzie Morrow of Plant day, 16,00.. ; aid to the blind 15.- 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 Resources Over $1,000,000.00