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: October 3, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01204
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;: BLANDING: Center and fo BRADFORD' I COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest}Home} Strawberries of the '+ S p

C p This Side of Heaven

Official Countlll'ubticatton Established In 1877

655r5.xTY.MKEg. STAKHK.!: FLOKIt'F1:lU.-\". OCTOBER 8. 1911
.._ ____.. NUMHKK' KOBtV-MINK
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vs 'Will Find On They Stage Will of Wed Park Stores BeginCollecting New Copncil :New Florida Theatre '

armVeIcome\ 11:30 P. M. Saturdays To Be OrganizedNext Will Open Doors Tomorrowforestry

'lack Home'- New Excise TaxesWith \WeekLast '

Train' New Brings FinestEquipment "!
i Supervisor
The boys are on their way back little Information as to meeting of the old. City l

methods, the various Starke mer- Council for the year 1940.41 will v

me of the two dlvi- chants concerned are cooperatingwith be held next Tuesday night The

i First' left echelons Louisiana Thursday and Uncle Sam to the best of old Council wilt wind up itt unfinished Here SoonThe At\ FSA Office

i arrive at Blanding some their ability and knowledge in business! and then turn I

afternoon. keeping the new Federal excise the meeting over to t h e new

Monday Information re- tax law which went Into effect Council. first all-Southern Forestry tidgur< It. Klutppelberg: for. To Starke d

TelegraphiC yesterday .stated; s r 1 'Ijjttyy44 Wednesday. October 1. The tax Is The new body will be organized,' Demonstration Train being operated merly of Fort Pierce, recently of :

:ved echelon her e leaves here Oc- to be levied on the following possibly discus' a few Important 1 by'the Seaboard Air Line Mayo, Is the new Supervisor. for When the doors of the 4" '

rni: In types of merchandise: ; matters, and then adjourn. A Bradford Union and Counties 1'. "
other three faUWration. a .pv alr Railway In cooperation with the Clay Florida!. Theatre Saturdia ..
2- '
The last echelon willII "Furs and cl'rt'aln fur trim bon trustee will likely be elected Florida Forest and Park Service for the Farm Security Ad. open :;

,of the maneuver area 1e.t articles cosmetics toilet articles, and a fire chief and night policeman Florida ministration, with offices In the at one o'clock, movie fans of ib' 4'tby{!! ft. ,
out 'a all I will be elected for the Forest and Park Association Ball Kluoppelberg section will have the '
and arrive her the i Jewelry and costume Jewelry. I new City Mr assumed opportu-:; .
[turday of next week. I This tax must be paid by consumers. year.The the tension Forester at his duties here September to enjoy first run films In one"ithe :- II

dye troops of the two It cannot be absorbed by new council will be com- the University of Florida and the 23: at wht h time Clifford L. Walker -, most beautiful and modernly.' oIJ ?.- '

The 40,000 retailer 1 under penalty of $1,000 posed of new members Chas. A. United States Forest Service Is was transferred: from that
Fourth Army section
the equipped theatre In tills : .
!alone| and fine" post to a similar In Plant .
Darby, and One A. Wiggins and +I I place ,
making the return trip scheduled to stop at Starke on of Florida t r I
,rpi are echelons Instead of the In the absence of specific instructions old members L. A. Canova, S. E. Friday October 10th, accordingto i I City, No has been in S
expense spared
i four alx in order as to Just how to keep Sparks, and H. A. Bishop Mr. Kliioppelberg la a 1910 graduate -
announced Charles A. Glllelt. Industrial completing: the handsome .
piously track of the tax each merchant of the University of Florida, ....
time on the road and giveN Forester for the Railroad. The I which tower. above all other at 1));:
i save
is'using his I Individual I married August 13 1041 and his
more time for furloughs own cars carrying the exhibits will be I the comer of Call and Walnut
method. Some Mrs. wife Is a senior in P. S. C. W. In
the Mary Haynes
especially drugstores
fore leaving tor maneuvers -Inkrollna be spotted near the S, A, L. Pas Tallahassee Sts., Starke's busiest Intersection '(!,
beginning October:. 27. are using tedious sender Station and the exhibits It has been completely air-con "
method of bookkeeping. The Jewelry will be to the Mr, Walker, who came to Starke ditioned
from Carrier
arrive back open public by Corporation
[ When the boys stores-.at least the three Buried last Mafcjv had been ; l
find welcoming Wednesday 9:00: a, m, to 6:00: p. m. -prevlounly equipment latest air-conditioning \
ma" they'll they are :Miss May army stores in which Louis Shat. amsUtant' supervisor at Plant City ;
all roads leading The first car shows In a company In the country and .Is 1
ones across Brewer and Frank Conners. kin Ic Interested-have a tax box very and liked the work and the loca. '
[ and the streets of I Interesting manner, the Importance equally efficient all year 'round, : t
::0 town, decorated with plac- Tomorrow night they'll be Mr. at the cash register. The firms Mrs Mary J. Haynes who'was and value of the forests to tion. Hence when the supervisor cooling In the summer and heatIng .

arke gaily and Mrs. Frank Conners. throw their money In the cash born in Bradford ,County In the class of usgnad.recently, Mr. Walker war. In the winter '
and other customary every pel-son. The second I
rt I. Hags Their wedding will take register and Uncle Sam's money New River, section June 8. 1863, glad to accept 1 h e proferrrd '
Iras of celebration. This project In the box. car shows the damage caused the Florida has Its own 'water Ij" ;
the stage of the Park Theatreat died Tuesday, September. 30 at 1 :by forest and place I
[ being carried out by the Cham- fires the necessityof supply an 80-foot well and i;
P. :M.! at the home of
11:30 P. M. preceding the mid- her daughter }
of Commerce with funds doled protecting the forests from this when the alr-condltloning equip- 1tl, ,
r by leading' Starke mer- night girl revue "College Rhy- New Business Mrs. T J. Thomas, in Val. enemy. The third car will be used Starke Bakery scent In used at capacity, the system w\ .

thm." Succeeds Polar Bear dosta. Ga. She wag 78 years of for motion pictures and for lecture I Hands will\ consume 40 gallons of I
ntS Changes
had lived
in t
always Bradford
Starke la glad M.!. Connors Is the electrician/ age purposes. The exhibits aro, water a minute- -"enough to supply ,
In other words with the revue and Miss Breweris County and was a member of the both Interesting and educational, half the population of Stsrke'It *
I have the soldiers back (if it Sometime this week-end probably Starke Methodist Church. Al- O. S. Kutor has purchased from
also connected with the show. and are free to everyone. was said. The product Is"re* sO
1be\ only three short weeksfore today, Belt's Ice cream and though she had been declining Carl Jackson the Starke Uukery

they leave again). and from They are both from Miami. sandwich place, B. T Belt proprietor health for several ye .ra.abe had The Forestry" DemonstrationTrain on S. Thompson, The deal frlgerated ah'.The system has ; ,
The of the Park Is will be la being operated the consummated a capacity of 35 tons of ice (can 1
II I reports the soldiers will bead management open for business been as well as usual over WitS Tuesday night

to get back to Starke.. .... expecting: a large crowd to ..wit In Clarence Zlnghelm'a old two weeks ago up until entire 4,300 miles of vail In the and the new owners took possession manufacture.' that much) and tem.pflratul' r 'I

ness this "public"' wedding ceremony Polar Dear stand In the new J. Seaboard System, taking the exhibits Wednesday morning. In The theatre can be
Mrs Haynes was burled Wed made low t' ;
Into a* a* desired
the six southeastern
F. Habeck building on S. WalnutSt. Mr. Kuter Is originally from '
line In Januaryor The new operator will handle nesday afternoon at 4'o'clock with states of Alabama. Florida! Georgia near Chicago, while Mrs Kuter I The Florida ha a total seating 'l'

Crippled Children frosted malted milk and a com- funeral services and Interment at Virginia North Carolina, and was reared In Live I Oak. capacity of TOO-600 on the first I I rJ, ; ,
the '
Local Hampton cemetery where a South Carolina. floor and 200( In the balcony The
Boy, plete line of fountain drinks; and They are recently from Jacksonville I
'number of
Jones-Langford-Wb.lti.. Point will also manufacture 12 flavorsof friends large relatives and Everyone Is cordially Invited to and they have been living In seat are deeply cushioned' and ,of J ,

the American LegtanwiU1, apon ice cream and sherbet and ,had gathered to pay last visit the Forestry Exhibition Trahi' Starke for the past three, months. a beautiful wine color harmonla-, F 1

a crippled chldrett'EClinIC ,to Killed :1 In Accident handle toasted sandwiches. and respects The Rev. O. C. Powell when It makes Its atop at 'Starke.New Mrs. Kuter Is a sister of A. M. Ing with the tan and green color '
pastor of Starke Methodist
scheme of the Interior and
: hamburgers. Mixon, of the A ,sir A cafe; ,and .there
_ .Id' In ,Starke setaetimel.Inarty. Church officiated and music was I
I Is
plenty'of .
Mr. Belt from Marion Mr Kuter has been the "leg room.
; comes Manager cooking In ,
Ii' furnished by 141'". A. Z Adkln. \
:, wasannounced,, 'Wednesday night- about'' 10:30: Ky. where he was-for five ,years Mrs. Evft. .JPerryman, Sheriff A. I restaurant since coming to Starke. In It,* projection rood. the Florida .t I ,
'ts. ... ,' in this soma He' ..14 At Edenfield'sE. At hs I/ Is fitted, with newest "
1" o'cleelt Jones, son of Crow Everett Andrea, and H A- Carlton. "
fin, M. E. BrownlHff,ipontact Jones F.fropi the ''HeUbroan V ,"I 'cam-4 6wn berg last.Decemberand .I lion work at4 BlajidlBsv,; and as equipment on the mavtm r Iwdud* .11
$ Mrs HaytaeftJs'Mrfvtared'. three W Owen who has been at I''
Airman.for 'th* ..CrlpplsdVsCUU4 -;, itas,, way1n t.+.+t.. 9oawbil.' 'aWl. 'Bttvir the b0mand hadn't by soon ;&s,:his job there ,ls qver' h! Ing Slmp1.xJloQ .aQ"p.JMtor. 'w '
sisters "Mrs.. f-t 'B TCen r the Edenfteld "Jewelry"'Mnce: Its ) '
t'6mmTnlonhlch' la sponmd'by whlclT"'resulted Mn oJ death gotten It ,of{ my '.,mI." the>American.'Legion and dent In Starke two. weeks ago and Waldo; Mrs.Bit, W. Redd, Ala. f opening last kfaff! 'Is .being- transferred bakeryi the lightest.screen possible;. I,
about & A. M; Thursday In the
tfce In Winter
Chuar and Mrs ,JI'1'.mclW"Cbeveli. back. to store
axillary; and Miss Agnes Mo- Camp Blanding" hOl! ltal. leased the spate InVihe building to' In the meantime, Mrs.. KXitar I II Large, beautifully kppotnUd restrooms
St. Petersburg tbree'brothers R. Haven where hs prior coming
; :
ean, nurse, both of Jacksonville and returned again Thursday of managing the business,, with the will be found on the me.*
The;accident occurred when.Mr M. Cason. Melrose I ;. 'James C. to Stark' He had charge of
xnu soc a time In Starke and last week to take over the busi- assistance of Jack Musgmv. canine floor, and all other fixture
Jones?; headed toward Starke near Cason Jacksonville; 'and ,P .H. that store for- twO year., owns his
radford: County last week. They ness. He has his own machinery: baker who ha been with 'Mr. In tb'e Interior are equally lavish.
the Blue Diamond restaurant along Cason D. home there, and will take charge I I
Tampa :
; one son Haynes it
atacted crippled children In this and 'equipment. Jackson for the past 12 months The exterior of the building,
Road 43 from Camp Blanding.had Winter Haven; five daughters there Monday He has been oc fiI'!) r
dotty and reported that thereere Mr. Belt has leased through W. Madi- Mr, and'Mrs. Ruler have three equalling a three-story structure .It ll
a head-on collision with an Army : Mrs. W. T. Saxon'Oakland cupying the Lord home on
at least 40 In the county. T. Clute, realtor the residence of small children and are living at In height Is "ultra modern with, 1
to Fred Park G. V. Avenue.
truck Mrs. Lake
according Bryant son
; Phillips.
A. Weldon.' Commander of the Mrs. Stephens In the Peterson's dairy, rounded corners and fluted plla*. '
Evelyn .
from' three miles northwest of Mrs Bertha Pearce Starke .
Jxal Poet; A. JV Thomas official South/end of StarKe on Road 13 City; ; Luther E. Moon of Jacksonville Mr. Jackson's plans are Indefinite ters. ToO.. C. R. Stageberg, i
Starke who was riding with .Mr. I Mrs. T. J. Thomas Valdosta
Is the new manager for '
the and others .had an architect for
Legion.* Very soon Mrs. Belt and their two as to the future cocredit Itspleasing "
at the time"of the accident Ga. "sand Mrs. R. M. Miami .
htervlew and Jones ; Faver Starke. He arrived here Tuesday app..rance. The" '
with these workers small children will come down : elaborate 11 '
( Mr. Jones was driving, and Mr. ; 15 grandchildren and 6 and will take charge of the I'
decided the neon will be
|tidally / tosposor, from Kentucky t o make their. ... Ex-Editor Visits marquee a bright ;I.
inlc ;Bryant said he saw the truck com- home In Starke. great-grandchildren. local store Monday. His wife and spot along Call St at night I'

addition} aIn to( Bradford County ing toward them on the left side "Bill" Belt brother w of B. T. She was laid husband to rest by the'! two children will Join him later Mr. and Mrs, F. M. Prewltt. of Donald F. Douglan} of N. w' ;\
side of her O. Haynes, '
Of ; he didn'tknow
of the road. course on.
U likely! that Putnam, Clay and Belt, has been in Starke for a who died six on Plant City, spent Tuesday nightIn Smyrna Heach was superintendentof
what was In., the mind of years ago July '
:nl his Stark on their return from a construction.
pUnic.l the driver: but the collision occurred brother l In preparing for the open- New QuartermasterAt summer vacation in Washington, For farther detail, concerning'
Mr. Jones was taken to Self-Service Phone
Ing. "Bill" is a newspaper man- Blanding D. C. Mf. Prewitt Is postmasterat the theatre and its opening tomorrow )

[Handing l Bakery the Camp Blanding Hospital, and circulation end of the game-and The Western Union has installed Plant City and former owner ace the special Florida
who was slightly Injured -
Bryant called Dr. !ol. B. Her- has been recently with the Charleston In the Union Bus' Station ,a The greater part of the $ .OOO.- and publisher of the Plant City Theatre Section Included ,In this

ow In Operation ,' on (W. Va.) Dally Mall. From self-service telephone which ... 000 supplemental const ruction Enterprise His two sons now ,Issue '

long\ here he will go either to the MI- ablea a hurrying passenger or a program at Camp Blanding will own the Plant City paper. I''

The new Quartermaster Bakery ami Dally News or to the Los passer-by to send a telegram and be completed' between October land Back during the Spanlsh*Amerl- Gun Club Active

t Camp Blanding went into ac- Our ApologiesThe Angeles (Calif) Examiner., pay for It within a few minutes November 13, according to an can War when only a boy of 15

ion last week. They heated up the '! offers sincere without hunting for a Western announcement by Capt. A, C. Mr, Prewltt was In Starke with W. P. Smith, president of the

veRI and began baking bread' toeed Telegraph its readers and correspondents Deeds Filed Union office. Full directions for Reade, who last week took over the Florida Advocate, and usedto Starke Gun Club Is bubbling over

apologies to ,1 using are printed on the telephone the duties of constructing quart. come over and help out at the with enthusiasm at the renewed
the ten thousand soldiers who for many Items that Louis J. Hopkins a widower ermaster. He succeeds Major Telegraph, when Its editor E. 8. 'Interest In the Club. "Formerlywe

now In camp: Later on; when were of necessity left out of the Pasadena, Calif. and A. Clayson There are plenty of telegraph James R. Rundell. who has been Matthews got In a tight/ spot. had only five or six out, but
he 31st.& 43rd Divisions and paper this week. An impossible Swallow, a single man and Kingston blanks a desk, seat etc. At an ordered to duty In the Panama I now on Wednesday afternoons at

her units now' on maneuvers reurn rush, of advertising made It in- F. Swallow and wife, Janet Y. early date these self-service telephones Canal Zone. Civil Service Exam I" o'clock we have from 13 to 20

i the bakery will provide to include much news Swallo, of Milwaukee W..., to W. will be Installed ,also In The program which got under. I present, Of course, the Gun Club

[ Yes for sixty thousand troops, spite of the fact' Instead that weare'of the K. Chandler. Sept. 16; W. A. the Seaboard station and other way during the Summer months. Competitive Civil service ex- la like the Church. We have about

Nounced Lieut. Col. Harry Culp. printing 14 pages In Tyler and Ife Jewette Tyler to places according' Mr. May the Includes additional motor repair amlrutlons have been announcedfor BO members but only 15 or 20

Camp Quartermaster. usual 8. If you miss anything Joseph F. Lee and wife Thelma manager of the Company. facilities, ordnance shops, chapels, the position of telephone op- active on**. But they are really

.Bread, which Is one of the prln- the paper this week please catch forgiveus Louise Lee Sept. 2*; Morgan< Securities over 300 recreational buildings, erator (II 1,280 to 1,40 per year) learning to shoot," )lr. Smith con-

pal l components' the army rand and we will try to up Co.. a corporation under Methodist Church construction over 3A miles of with the War Department to fill tinued. '

[* which heretofore has all loose ends in the next Issue. the laws of New Jersey to J. A. I: access road to( Infantry and artll- vacancies at Starke and Jackson Everybody 1* welcome to go out k

n provided by civilian bakeries, Vltatoe and wife, Mae Vita toe. of Special Services at the Church Very ranges, extensive drainage ville. Applications must be filed to( the Club and learn how to

In now be Issued to the troops Williams Children Celebrate Alachua Co., Sept 22; Carl C. next Sunday will be as follows: work and landncaplng. Captain with the Manager Fifth U 8. shoot he said There Is no charge,

ng with other articles by the Birthday AnniversariesRichard Wynn and wife, Carrie Wynn to Church School Rally Day and Reade said however that certain Civil Service District New Post except every person must buy hla

ales Officer. Captain Leo H. G. E. Crews. Sept. 12; T. Frank the Morning Worship Services. work, for which contracts were Office Building. Atlanta, Ga., before own shell "You'd b* eurpn ed."

!icKinnon, QMC. Williams and Madeline Landrum and Carleen R. Lan- Next Sunday has been designatedas let this month,.rnotably eight motion the close of business on Ootober I he said "how many people there

The bakery will for the present Williams attractive children drum. his wife, to( W. M. Wim- World Day Of Communion. W. picture theatre_probably 9. Applicants must show' are who don't even know bow to

fj operated by student cooks from of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams, berley and Katie Belle Wlmberley, will with other Christian would not be completed until December that within the past 10 years they load a gun. everybody ought to

Cooks and Bakers School celebrated their birthday anniversaries his .wife. Sept. 19; H. A. Lawson' Churches Join throughout the World In have had at least six months of learn to shoot to help out In national

lIder the on Thursday of last week. and Ada R. Lawson his wife, to experience as operator In a large defense" he said "and then t
direction of Lieut. J. G. Its observance. The new C. Q M., who has
The 16th of September Richardwas Florence Moore Sept. ISt; F. C. central office, or at lease one yearof the bird season opens November
QMC. make Youth Fellowship meetingswill with command since last
who will : The been thla
be six years old, and on the 27th Holllngsworth and Annie B. Hotllngsworth. -* experience In a branch ex 20th. The Gun Club I* one mile /t-
thousand pounds of dally be at 6:30: P. M. November first as engineeringand
Madeline was four to Calvin Gllsson and change Further Information and out on the Gainesville highway. t
td of
which Is required to feed The Evening Worship will be executive officer, then as
es thousand men. That amount years old. Ruby,Gllsson his, wife Sept. 18; at 7:30: P. M.. and the Installation construction: officer and acting C. application blanks may be obtained

C\II\ I be Increased to between This lovely party was given 'on Calvin Gllsson and wife, Ruby I service for officer. In the Q. M.. said he plans to continuethe at the btarw puMtofflce. Presbyterian Notes

and the lawn and as the little folks ClUson. to( W. S. Matbeney and will be observed and
jarty forty thousand pounds Youth Fellowship policies of his predecessor
Matheny. Sept 18 On October 5. the Presbyterian
served punch. Josephine ; III
wife. Jacobs
day when the troops'return arrived they were Rooter at this time. of the Construction Division Office Very of Starke will celebratethe
Chole Church
/1)Q1 maneuvers. After playing games and openingthe R. L. Rosier and The Prayer service will be at of the Quartermaster General
II. Johns and The friends of B. Jacobs Holy Communion with all
were Archibald
the children to
FIve' gifts, night. beaded Brig Gen.
many 7:30 Wednesday which Is by
. thousand pounds of bread and cake from a wife Ruby Johns Sept. 18. the merchant< will be grieved to learnof other U. 8. A Presbyterian
Ice cream In
egJrea served Please not the chang Brehon B. Somervell.
folfcln of the world. This Is '
approximately the the his serious Illness. He Is Churches
Is table on
beautifully appointed, evening services from 8 to 7:30: These policies, he said I are
ingredients: 4,000 Ibs centered bya New York for examination and an annual celebration and helpsto
r. lawn. The table was That's The SpiritObe P. M. 'sound construction policy based 'II';
Ibs Into
; yeast 100 Iba'salt and at each .an operation. Il. and Louts 8baf unfte this denomination
of Pastor and
O. C.
IBS !sugar 40 Ib* malt 200 bouquet birthday cake; Rlcbard'a Hall. .who has part of both : Powell on gooddesign. economy" kin left Starke Tuesday of lost one. All Presbyterians. of Starkeare

1sllaortenln.g. ''18 tba.milk end was cake a held six tiny candles feet cut off his chest caved in. availability. of materials. week. Mr. Shaf kin returned Bun- urged to make their communion

powdered), 3 IDS yeast food. Madeline's was ornamentedwith and a hole In his bead so that he Recent Births day and told of Mr/ Jacob's serious on this date at the regular t

and burning tapers. The wears a silver plate, as a resultof 3,600 Licenses Sold condition. 11:00: o'clock service of Divine

Itn8e Stamps four colored bal- World War I. ha* been workbag Private and Mrs. Silas Gross E. K. Perry Mrs. Jacobs left Starke Sundayto Worship '
many to Judge
favors were 26 .girl Patrlca Ann; According celebration
at the new Starke, Sept. At the time of the
a plasterer her husband. He was to J
as of all
N. licenses (
and 3.60O
Sternbera'. chairman of the loons Florida He. took his Mr. and Mrs.. John H. Prevatt. man be under observation. for of the Communion In Starke,. new ic i:,'
in entertaining Issued for 1 42.The kept '
t SAl Dtvlalon of Defense Stamps Assisting Mrs. Williams Lillcy. $230 .. Theatre.and bought $250 In Lawtey. Sept. 28 boy. James Dan kinds have been been extended about a week. Mr. Shafkln said, members will be taken Into the ; I t; 1
Iaka all were Miss Ruby iel Mr. sad Mrs. Carl Broughton.Cra'ham. .: time limit has confession! of faith tt ;
:' merchants Interested and Mrs Jones. Detente Bonds this week. Whata ; for Indefinite period the Judge and then prepare for the opera- church both by 1 \\r ztF
cooperating in this drive, to'traIby Miss Kate JStruttt! 35 fine example for robust red- Sept. 27, girl Judith' an tion. and by letter. 'i F ;

Ia'-' store for publicity mad This party was enjoyed by blooded .Americans to follow! Carlen. announced Thursday. I ll ?, I r t,

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::1 The Bradford suddenly the unbridled row died down. Every- New River News I In pital.Gainesville She and recently.Mr. Johns were lei Mr visited(. and In Mrs Jack90nvUle
County Telegraph how Hereis C. E.
body has been wondering come. Mrs. N. G. Moody and mother, the State Farm C""'"
? "tAbU"hed 1871SUBSCRIPTION the (reason; 1 I Mrs. Belle Johns, were in Palatkaone Crews' slater, Mrs, V1eJllnz
-- ,---, I Jewle Lee Lazenby Church Services Sunday, In', day. this week, consulting Mrs. ling Sunday RhOda
h; ''G F KATE 'While the uproar was going on, some I Starke. II,Johns' physician. Mrs S. 1. afternOon,

Yearly $1.75; Six Month, $1.00. body took time out to do some figuring and DEATH, OF FANXIK LINDSEY Mrs. E. A. Sapp was. visiting Mrs. S. L. Crews and Mr. and Williams were Crews and hit
Fannie (Dawt) Lindsey, one of her elster Mrs. Nora Sapp, In Mrs. Bill Williams of Lake But- City shoPPIng In
b t t BIBLE: VERSE came up with the hitherto ignored fact that the oldest colored residents ofI I Drooker one day this! week. I- Monday

r, ,\ "Ye are they which have continued with met Blanding's construction cost was only $505 our section was burled Sunday Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby -
t) In And I unto a afternoon at the (Colored) Sapp
my temptations. appoint you per-man-to-be-accommodated ,as against a highof I little Beverly Jo were I n Lake I
4" kingdom, a. my Father hath appointed unto me; $1,200 elsewhere. As construction progressed Cemetery, New River. Butler, Sunday afternoon. Prompt Service Careful
wp P '? I; that ye may eat and drink at my table in my Her funeral was held In the ?t1'S. Rosa Plnholater( of Drive f
: kingdom, and alt on thrones Judging the twelve the cost actually decreased until it hita church of which she had been a Broolcer, was visiting her niece,J '

.:' F 'I<' tribes of brael.Luke 22:28-30.: low of $380 per man. These facts dusted life-long! member. I Mrs. Floyd 'Wiggins Saturday and Starke Taxi

Jesus always did and always will appreciate, / off, a comparison of the Fer' 11an cost of all "Old Dawt," as all her white Sunday. Service
1I I p 1 love and abundantly reward his friends-those who friends called her, will surely be
built Staike
other camps showed that only six were Mrs. Robert Ward of
love and and follow him. missed. II
serve more economically than Blanding and that and Mrs. James Norman of Ris- Locally Owned and Opeated
She has been 'a real "Mammy"to ing were visiting Mra. E. A. Sapp
1 1 Navy Offers Great Opportunity these six were designed for only one division. many of the white families I one afternoon of this week.R. Phone 150
Since built to house 55,000 men here and to prove her friendship
Blanding was
A. Osteen seems to enjoy
n" : For Ambitious Young Men last
with them-they paid
: without bulging; there was nothing for the digging penders and having pea-j Day
4 u The U. S. needs and is lenpects by attending her funeral: 1 Night
I Navy more men
nut boilings.: He entertained a, t
sit and
critics to do but pipe down, tight hope and even following her to the
uq making a concerted recruiting drive through host of friends Saturday night '"
that the 'public wouldn't catch wise. ipave.
T ; the columns of small-town I with another peanut boiling and
$ l'"ffi' many newspapers The church couldn't accommo-
The public should have known Letter all outdoor party. 'BesIdes his local
throughout the nation. The campaign is being date the colored folks-there were
friends he entertained several soldiers 'We Have Earned A Reputation
than attention to headline- '
conducted in the smaller papers because the along to pay any so' many. | and their Lieutenant. Every By
Senators and Representatives who takea Seats! were arranged out In the Serving The Best Food
+,, : Navy has found from past experience that its hunting for her white friends| one bates to see, the piggies lookIng Money Can
lri best recruits come from rural communities. '30-minute spin through a huge contonmentand who open attended. Those whom Dawt through the fence with long- Buy At Most Economical Prices

then set themselves up as authorities to say I had served for felt the sorrow Ing eyes and ravenous appetites.
a Ar To the young man who wants to serve years know well, that peanut TRY OUR PLATE LUNCH
what it should have cost. But for the sake deeply, and shed tears. REGULAR
,I his country in some way, the Navy furnishes, You could hear expressions V tellings will soon be over-but DINNER TODAYTheA8ACafe
branch of the record we are glad to see Collier's pub cheor up! Hog klllln' time 's com-
the best of
perhaps, opportunity any through the crowd seated outside"Pooif i
lish the real facts concerning Blanding In' !
v of the service con- ole Dawt has been so soon
Oak are plentiful this
struction. good; to me and my family" -, worms
?2' Yn Within four months ,after enlistment Others would comment-"1'11 never season and fishing Is contageoushere

tr. Navy recruits automatically receive a seventy Many people. are enjoying
forget how loyal she was to me; Back of ,
Drug StoreSMITH'S.
with ,
rl percent increase in pay and a promotion to a American Legion Endorses when I was 111 so long." And num- I fishing In our New River
k hoosevelt's Policy To Beat Hitler erous other sympathetic expressions oak worms, and experiencing ex-
higher rating. uttered with the shedding cellent results. Perch, bream cats
;; Uncle Sam lays great stress on the train The American Legion has endorsed the of tears.along and what-have-you-are the re-

.i'' ing of his sailor men. The Navy seamen and foreign policy of this nation and has urged the She was about 72 years of age wards of faithful filing Now

i 4 seamen in the Naval Reserve probably get removal of all legislative barriers against the and had' recently married and "you sit on are the guaranteed banks," a Bud bite Moody if you
left New to live in Staike
K t more and better: training than is given in any movements and the use of United States armed where she River died one week before says. Occasionally a m o s q uito

other Navy in the world. These men are forces. 'This great American organization tooka she was burled. breezes by and "noses In.."

trained at Navy Trade Schools as aviation strong stand for the foreign policy after voting Baby Helen Kelley small daughter -
Wayne Hazen of Jacksonville, of Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Kelley
e machinists, photographers, electricians, engineers down a minority report that sought to was visiting his grandparents,' Mr. Is suffering with an abscesson

r and for other responsible positions. This stop lend-lease aid to Russia at the recent national and Mrs. G. W Andrews Satur- the back' of her head. She I 2 Do Your Trading

,. + knowledge will be of great value to the men' convention. Despite the AmericanLegion's day. has been ill with it for a week.
Mrs, Lilly Wall and son. of Misses Ovle Lee Thomas and
their well-known abhorrence for Commu where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware |
? after discharge. ut
Axson! Ga., were guests of Mrs. Wilma Jones of Graham spent
I s The Telegraph has agreed to assist the nism, the convention took a realistic view of Wall's brother and sister-in-law, one school night with 1 Wordna given away with every $10 in trade
Navy in this ''drive and any young man interested the international scene. Mt. and Mrs. Gradey Mlzell, recently Southerland" this week. or Are Redeemed
in joining this branch of the service The convention decided that the Everyone i s very happy 'to <
defeatof Mrs.' Eustace Kelley: and children I know that Mrs. Wesley Johns is 'ft. SL2 GARAGE
will be given a free booklet on "Life in the Adolph Hitler is the present national objective Eustace Lee, Jr., Joe, and I I home again after a few weeks' STARKE FLORIDA

u Navy" if he will call at our office.If and then voted a resolution that de- baby: Helen attended the Catholic illness in the St. Vincent Hts- ,

j1 you want to get ahead fast, to serve manded fighting, if necessary, outside the confines

your country, to build yourself a good-paying .of the United States. The general con-

future, the Navy is offering a wonderful opportunity sensus was that any threat of Communism in

right now, this country could be taken care of when the S WROLETOF44

time comes. -

'raj; l r, ,- Standing's Cost Comparatively Low The American Legion can well speak for ,

7? National Magazine StatesAn the vast body;of American people in the same .Y

item from a recent issue of Collier's frame of mind today. Those Legionnaireswho

n 'magazine indicates that much, (or all) of the have been in doubt about what this i ti"a FS +au t ,

Criticism concerning alleged excessive cost of country's policy should be in relation to the ..xM

Camp Blanding was without justification. rest of the world have cast aside their fears of

In speaking of the progress,that has been involvement and realize that the only course is M ..

made'at Blanding in one brief year, the mag to present a stiff front, to the Axis. The

azine states;},, p, Legionnaires have been, through the mill. 'They

._ li i"J\: few months ago the cantonment 'was kn w4the, horrors of war but they also know

the target for repeated threats of Congressional' 1 what, the threat pf Hitlerism really means to

investigation. 'Waste' was the battle cry. this continent. It is that 'much greater testi-

Snoopers- official and otherwise-visited the monial of courage when those who have been

site and gave out with blasting broadsides that in action, in real battle, proclaim their fight-

_ delighted the penny-pinching fraternity. Then ing attitude toward Hitler and his gang. .

; ;' N. C. Mott Saturday afternoon.
;! (
: Brooker Brevities I
"; ,' Remember Sunday School every
Sunday morning at 10 o' lock at
the Baptist Church.
i fly Mrs. Eldon Hardy (daughter in Ralford Thursday 'of
lust week. Anyone having new. Items <-"'-
i imiDOK: CLUB please leave them at "The Brooker "- '

Mrs. E. J. Hazen was hostessto Starke Mrs.and Charles Mrs. G.Hardy E. McGauley Jr., of Grill" BO''the correspondent may ; ;:1-;. ;.
members of the Bridge Club of Melrose were visiting friends get them. I"OR . ., ; .' ; \( P
Thursday afternoon of last week. and e
t relatives here last week. I ,
Bridge and other
amusing games BETHELBy
Miss Bonnie Mott was visiting THE
were played, after which the hostess In Mrs. D. D. W\
served appetizing hamburgersand day Lake night.Butler and Raiford Fri Woodard SERVICE 0

Coca-Colas,, to those present. Mra. R. V. Higgenbotham and
Mrs. Mac Hall Mrs. Rosa Plnholater was visit
was awarded daughters of St. Augustine have
I prize for high score and Mrs. L. ing Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrew. come to Starke to make their CHEVROLET: AIDS
O. Hazen for low. in New River Sunday home.
Mr. and Mrs. El Jon Hardy were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen and AT
visiting his mother, Mrs Charles .
of *
son olon
visiting Chevrolet
its The regular Ladles semi-monthly Sewing Club meeting held, day.Hardy, Sr., In Gainesville Sun John Mrs.of Buck Olustee Alvarez Sunday.has May St. ii III 'THE NEW STYLE THAT WILL' STAY NEW"floe"r : deonh Styling,"db.ncN"rr I n w:UoJ, *

T u e a day, September 23rd at Mrs Nora Sapp and Mra. J. W. returned "Ooor-Artion" ftndtt arse
Hampton Lake. After a social I Kelley were shopping In Gainesville home her mother after spending, Mrs Whitfield.a while with I CHEVROLET'S TRIM "LEADER' LINE" STYLING IodYbY PWwr' with:oDra*
hour of In V.ntlloffon.PIMONID I
swimming and fun, dell- Tuesday MIKING MIlirtKY TRUCKS

clous: chicken salad, saltines, Iced I Mrs Mana Wiggins, Mra.:. Rudolph' Live Oak. / 'c' and this new Chevrolet is very bit as far ahead in tOlU lit

hostesses tea, and! cake Mrs were T, W.served Markey by, Mrs.the '[ Eapp of Andrews New River and were Mrs. visiting E. A. GRAHAM r / fleet, thrifty, Valv.-ln-H' .ad "Victory" performance as it Is MirORMANCIChovroUt olon* comb*"*

W II. Hinton, and Mrs. I* O. friends and relatives here Friday. By Mrs. L. C. Smith In clean, modem, Fisher Body beauty ow rful.:thoroughly- icfOt'f-r"pro*I".
Hazen. tr'ad
I Mrs. J. K. Douglas,, Mra. G. B. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and MIKING AMPlANr IHCWU Looking at this newest and finest of all Chevrolets Va.III?!Ins, Sof.-T-Sp. I odroolle ill..4 I Hy'
Colson l
and Mrs Resole
Colson .
OLKNDA LYNN PARKER': little daughter, Anna ill from"any point of view. Brok.i.Eo
Mr and Mrs. Lonnie L. were shopping In Gainesville Mon- Jean, visited I looking now or looking Kne..AdlonRlde ,dta;;

announce the birth of a baby Parker girl, |, da>'. Mr. Johnson's parents, Mr. and : ahead ,we believe you will be Instantly Impressed,, .y Vacuumrow*.
September 23rd In the Alachua Mra. O. W Barry Mrs, Eldon Mitt R. M. Johnson Sunday. with the thought that It's the smartest motor car at no ere '""
County I Hardy. Mrs. C. J. Crews and Miss Mr. and Mrs. DIMONI_. 10 LP. oI"
Hospital In Gainesville./ Llge Stricklandand and the smartest "buy" In years. ICONOMTch.woi.
The baby weighed 7 1-4 Iba and Plnholater were visiting family visited their aon-ln- .... -
t has been Mrs. L.. L. Parker in the Alachua And matching 'this advanced b the- "
1l i named Glenda Lynn. I law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. style leadership of nomkal of all the //art:
County Hospital
u Mrs.Vivian Parker Sowell was formerly Miss]I Mrs. Ralph Hazen Monday.and Mrs. V. Roy Reynolds; at Reddick Sunday. The Finest Chevrolet of All Time Is the combined .lIlIIg low,Prod': ': :.d
of pP
Brooker. I V, Hazen were shopping In Gainesville Mra. Annie Ward visited her performance and economy leadership which has made KM ::and"eptHa; .

Itrs. Daisy Fisher was visiting Friday afternoon. cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chevrolet America's No. 1 car for ten of the last got.

_a friends In Lake Butler Sunday. I Mrand Mrs. Clyde Kelley were weekend.Mr Marlow.; .at Newberry over the eleven years. '
r transacting business
Mrs. Luther Harrell was visiting In Gatnesvllle -
b her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. '!I Monday. and Mrs. Carl Broughtonare See and drive this beautiful new car today!
,.i ; Crosby in Starke Sunday, I Guy Harrell. J. V. Edward. O. announcing the arrival of a
IMlaa:: Madeline 'IW., Barry M. D. Harrell. C. C. nine-pound daughter born Sept.
Crosby was the Melvin and Cecil Melvin\ attendedthe 27th. The little lady has been

't week-end Dowling of I' u Ralford.est of Mian Ann I Monday.livestock sale In Gainesville -named Judith cervices Carllne.Revival' Began. at the "IT PAYS TO BUY THE LEADER

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey I li'. and Mrs. H. B Crosby and Baptist church Monday night and

and daughter, Martha Evelyn, family were visiting Mr. and Mra. will continue throughout the week. AND GET THE
were In Georgia last weekend to LEADING BUY
|Claude Crosby In Jacksonville Saturday Everybody l I. Invited to attend.
attend the funeral of Mr. Mar-. night and Sunday.
c key's brother. Mr. and Mrs J, A. Waadln and
I Mrs. B. Walters of
Glendale family of Patterson. Ga., and Mr.
L. W, Barry and N. C. Mott Long Island Is her
par- and Mrs. I.. R. Waadln and fam-
K, were visiting friends and relatives tent' Ml'\ and Mrs. A. 1.. Crosby ily of Palatka visited their par Torode Chevrolet
'' '
Wauchula 'tor
u last week. a while. ents. Mr. and ,Mrs. H. O. Wa d1D. Compafl
Mr. and Mra. J. W, Kelley and I Mi', and ).(rs. G. G. Hazen. Mrs.E. over the week-end.
.r daughter, Judy, were visiting relatives J. Haren and children. Mr. and

"o In Graham Sunday. Mrs. H. P. Galneyv and Mr. and :/0!drentrerq .. Starke Florida
Mr. and ,Mr. Sanford Rltch Mrs. Fred Hazen' attended the M ft
and son. Gene, of Starke were Association at the Salem Prim
o week-end guests of Mr. and Mra. Hive Baptist church near Lake
L. A. Brown. City Sunday. o1X666 ALL CHEVROLETS ARE
Mrs. Bonnie Mott was visiting land\ Mra. Jack Simmons of NOT
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Gainesville
t were visiting Mrs they to
l and Mrs. Hugh Rahu and small Simmon's parent, Mr. and Mra. toutsruva.$031 oars so come you genuinely NEW!

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.. OCTOBER 8. 1841 PRAM-OKI cowry TKLKCRArn.


EDITORI\L gdttor\ -1n-Chieiyarjorte STAFF Campus ChatterFootball I They Will Pilot Senior Class I New Teacher ,: B Club Ratifies i

Thompson' Very EnthusiasticMiss I ConstitutionOn

|Line social"1Icu"Reporters, Margie Mathews, football and more : manshlp like that isn't riii--Jn------T------- of
'" football. supposedlo Sparkman one our new September 24 the "B" Club
Dorothy Green football atmosphere be in a parade; they belong In high school! teachers, thinks that ratified an Iron-clad constitution

Special Features Is everywhere, even In Home EC.. a zoo. B. H. S, has an excellent principal drawn up by Patsy' Roberts, Mar

I o, Hayes. Ovid Futch Joe especially to Miss 3rd period More power Hooray for the football boys! and a good school system. Of I gie Mathews, Marjorie Thompson,

Lander you, Sparkman, In keeping I guess they properly canned the course, we already knew that, but Douglas Hatrn, Ralph Nettles,
Reporters those girls' minds on home- we ilke to learn other thinkso Ovid Idalou Joe Andrews
junior Blue Devils That reminds me |: people Fntch Davis,
L u Davis. Nina Bishop, Edna making. By the way, she has an18y.arold did you hear a loud crash at the too. We, sa students of this Fay Yarbrougb. and Mack

Edwards Roberts he brother Wonder If close of the game? No. it wasn't I school, should do our beat to help Futch with the aid of Professor
Patsy playa football too? Mr. Williams because know
we ,
ty '" -- ---- thereferee's gun, it was Carolyn ,
---- Mae Parker It seems that the results are Green when she bent that as principal of a large school. t
News --- the back of constitution "Is a Democratic > ,
--- Buddy Davis splendid from all this talk on 'he has a great responsibility Not
sports -- somebody's Ford. Carol1was one, formed somewhat on 'h e
__ Douglas Hazen school spirit. Did you hear the only that but we have our duty
------- ? standing on top demonstratingsome basis of the Constitution of the ,
enthusiasm bursting forth from of the cheer-leader's tactics to other students to help them In United States. It provides for

litorialL those? Seniors, Inc., Friday morning when things suddenly took a turn every possible way. the annual election of a president- ,

and out for the worse, and poor Carolynslid Surely we can do something, a vice-president, a secretary and
L tired
you feel devoid of Shirley has been going around down the trunk! and landed whether great or small, for our a treasurer and for an Executive

e end of the day ? Per- In circles all the week. Could It on the bumper. With her pride principal, our teachers, and each Council to be appointed each: year

I' vigor, and vitality" be the suspense of waiting for a hurt deeply, she casually glanced other' Let us not forget that we by the President The Executive I
It is because you the special guest to arrive? She even)I around to see If anyone was lookIng have our part In building up a Council has power to set the

mull and hurry during received a telegram' concerning and limped off the field like;; till better school amount of dues which members

find have used all of your him. Gee, isn't this life exciting! a grand old man with arthritis. I Miss Sparkman added. that must pay, but the "B" Club at

|.'y' Of course, we want If to I' The Y. M. C. A. reminded us of Boy Oh Boy! Did we have a most of the students behave exceptionally largo must' approve the amount I

|t to class on time, but others wet I a class room Thursday night. time after the game Friday night. 'fir. well. I lam afraid that set This year they are ten'cents I

a fast that we prevent rated Teachers, pupils and all. We can Among those celebrating were there! are still a dew pupils who per month for senior members .";, p

i walking at a moderate do our part for good old Uncle Dot and Joe, :Mural and Enos. have not given much thought or those In grades n In. through '

I we hinder them and our- Sam by Just being entertaining It Jacq and :Mac, Frank and Jerry, These student loaders. were recently picked by their classmates practice to good behavior Would twelve, and five cents per month "' ,

s. seems. ( Judy and Eloise, Alice June and to guide the destinies. of the Senior Class. during the it not be a much better school if for Junior members, those In the \

Vie happen to knock some- Finally the truth has been date, Arleen and date, Bobble and 1941-":! term. From Irft to rllhtIarlt'lfI! Mathews: treasured; all of our teachers could say that seventh and eighth grades.

books out of his hands, he brought out about Darrah; just date, and scads and scads of i'atsy Roberts, Tlrr-pn?>.l U.nt t Ollima llaynnw, J.... .ncvretaryj I all of us behave exceptionallywell Mack Fu\ch watt appointed to

to stop and pick them up take a look at her biography this others I J, 1:. Ucimuirk, i>rr..l lent. lllg thing ar+ expected of the serve on the Executive: Council ,

the feet of the others goingThe week. A happy future Is in store Wonder why Douglas doesn't Senior. Class under their gul
person's" feelings are for you, Darrah, so salth the almanac ever come to Starke T Maybe We Wonder WhyJudy Buford was appointed Wednesday

and he Justly feels Injured. Lucille has the answer. I CLASS NOTES AND NEWS I lo mnke two members from the
and un-
e are so thoughtless Wasn't that parade a whiz Judy certainly does have luck (true love) McRae likesto eleventh grade..

itul of other people's feelings Under all the trimmings I counted Just ask Ovid. How much did you' FOIITV-TWO FIRST (il.MEKS 8-A DIES SIT: go "Country Driving" ? The number of members Is still

should at least be politeh nine cars The Model T was a I, lose Ovid? Wasn't It around $e? We are happy to have two more Everyone felt so awful on "Blue touching the ISO mark. W. hope '

to apologize. swell beginner although H did I What's the matter Loraine? I There are 22 boys and 20 girlsIn new boys In our room They. are Monday" ? that each and everyone will do
other result of such hurryinge our first grade. room. Alreadywe his best' to make this organliatlon -
stall on Main Street a few times. Didn't black hair suit you. Bill Bennett from Tufkln Texas Hobbyf\ growing these
opinion which others formt have learned to do many up a lusting "11" Club of the
Oh well don't laugh at It; you'llbe Herbert and Lora seen near and Cleveland Ctirklln from Law- '
t us. We should always try old someday.The Gainesville Sunday afternoon. things. At the present we are te)'. day ? I hear she Is 10 now school, by the School, and for the t

ut forth our best behavior seniors reading from the big chart, J. E. Is so devoted! to his "cou school.
are counting the Bobbie Cameron certainly is At our class meeting Fridaywe 1
and shoving Is cery "
sin? At rate one certain
pushing days until their rings get here 1. a swell dancer; she U light as a decided to pay five cents a any
not the best idea for galn- 5-H NEWS: GIRL. '
even heard that trouble had !risen'' ,I feather month for class dues Seniors Set Dues; ,
[irlenda. The way In which In the Hazen family, because I The boys certainly are attractedto We have some new flowerswhich Hazel Fields reporter. The fence t'lwith\ a whole ,t
behave ourselves now will Douglas had marked up the 'cal- Eloise Gardner in first period help the appearance of our crowd o{ Seniors Friday Nile ? PrivilegesPresident
In our later lives. No one much. We have been
endar room very They couldn't have been hanging
so. study hall. She knows Mildred io-n NEIV'SWhat Denmark opened the

to see who or every has, appreciatesperson gained a Boys! let us shake your hands; I Smith who Is an ex-Starkelte. flower drawing pictures of different a pity! Theca Sophomores over It yelling for you boys could senior clans meeting' lost Wednesday

you did a wonderful Job of hand- These Brookerltes surely do get should be seniors Instead of what they Tnudely morning. By two-thlrda

Ion or some honor by push- ling that ball. We were all backIng i along swell together. Take Lucile I Mildred Howard! ban been 'ab- they are so that they could go Horace Glbbii Davit| pre- majority, the dues! were lowered L t'OCT ;' .

and shoving and knocking you. Hinton and Douglas Hazen for In sent for a few days. We are gladto to town for lunch anyway. After tends to know s o much about from eighty to sixty cents; pay .- +
who stand In his I
,around I Qie, wasn't that Pep Squad ele- stance. You two have been hold nave her back with us again. all, though/ the seniors should English ? Maybe you have us able by the last day of October

I gant! Caroline, Freddie, Nina and ing out on us. Doris Moncri, reporter have some privileges, and we dti fooled, huh, Iliiddy? Those who do not pay by then i.
that at least one
i are proud Sarah doing the leading and Mr. I Dorothy Norman surely did I have a good! cafeteria now Everyone. has so much pep<< this will be expected to pay the full
nt at B. H S. thinks enough
: health and standing to Bates leading the band. All In look good Monday morning all a/ -li NEWS Joke year? Couldn't be that school eighty cents.

i u her time In going to and harmony. Carry on. We want more diked out In a bright red corduroy Mrs. Brown has been absent! for Mr Williams Hey, boy, II spirit could It? One of the many senior- privileges -

i classes 'There are probably of such. skirt. Just sets your hair off four days. We have missed hera wouldn't slide down the banister II Freddie liken black Bulcka Not this year Is to allow the

t but Merry Beth Knight de- We Just can't get that parade Dorothy. Juanita Kalcb, and her I lot. Mrs. Pellum wa our new like that If I were you. speaking of the driver? ones who do not live In town, the
off our minds, so back we come her striped Jerkin of red, white, teacher I Buck rolls his hair right to go to town during noon
i especial praise for the ex- Student-Well, how would you : up every
tribute to "Jacq", Free- and blue surely Is patriotic. and their lunch If
i which she has set in waiter to pay Janet Anderson has brought a slide down then? i night 1Sonny eat there they
man, Caroline, david, Patsy, Seems as if every time Jerry book of stories called "Child Is Immune to women? bring an excuse: from home This ; .
her turn to to 'and from
go Mrs. Burnett didn't smile
:, Frank,'and Martha's Model T, and Silcox gets excited goose pimplespop Craft." so Come On, Sonny, 'give the girl a was passed aa an experimental I
who make out. Just ,what's the matter freely TStephen If not abused Itl will .
all the others, helped Cora: Belle Jones ought a book break. privilege. "
s teachers cannot guide us St. John wouldn't always 't
old Purple and Gold wave for Jerry? about "Little Brown Ko-Ko" Shorthand II hits just 4 pupils? become permanent t !
at follow
to their
Twilling good, .oUU&M H., S... Everything Howard. Douglav\ ',.anotherBrookerite which' has mirfy' aifferrnr.: stories play some kind of trick. I hear they are all girl too. We are sorry that Itsjph Nettles *
help fit
their Job blush
.make Carter didn't
to Jewell
so I
rjnd! scratchon and seems as if we He
A. Cooperation i la of the cam out fine except for a In It. \V, k Herbert and Lora like Gainesville quit football. was cap ,,

redo in the world one J. E.'s car and the Model T. can't get the low down. How Patsy Dew,,* reporter, easily Jo Caldwell shows? Say how about stickIng tain, and his presence will be {l4 .
and In our Mary wasn't so
friends ? .
That little mlssd. Last minute I
Freeman, take a'bow about a cooperation .to Stark a little closer. We greatly < jI ,
smart in .
of person cannot make South American stuff on those Frank Oliver and Jerry were 9-K CLASS HAS GERMAN miss& you. change, he cam back and played r

sign improvement; drums was all right. seen riding down the main drag MONKV Davis wasn't so quiet. Ralph Dudly tries 110 hard to In the game Are we glad!)
er can two or three, but thee -
school Oh. yes, has anyone seen -J. Friday and Saturday night. Miss Kennedy Is reading,"Trudl DATE YOU 10-S CLASS catch up with his typing
working together B.'. pride and glory? It's a gorgeous Dot Green was seen taking In and Hansel" to us. Elsie Green In so excited lately Have You Read?
e i good of all can accomplish MEETING: SET:
I long} blue pencil. It seems Jacksonville Beach Saturday night Billy Smith brought some, magazines Soon be back won't he, Elise +
and J. E. Looked as if you were having a It was decided In our last caged time? Jane Charlotte BrontaII Y
It has been misplaced, which the class Is reading. Hazel Smith talks all the Eyrtt! by
cannot help but think that some- grand time. Just who were the We have many other books which class meeting to have regular clan Margie Reddish has that look In was the night before Jane's i

This You? one just up and swiped it. All other girls and boys? Jack-ites? several pupils have brought and meetings every first and third her eyeeT Don't get me wrong. wedding day. Tomorrow ah e

or givea Shirley and Marlon-well what's Friday of each month. Our dues would be married to her beloved
right, 'fess up, somebody, we enjoy them very much. We like It.Marca..t.
I was preparing to leave"the clue. the matter? Just what Is this'? We are sorry that William are ten cents a month. has so many admirers Mr Rochester She lay on her >

I other afternoon a re Junior President Richard Jack- "Time was?" Dobba was absent from, school fora Have You Noticed Thut I ? Especially that convertible, bed. moonlight streaming throughthe

ding thunderbolt reached my son Is getting along fine with his Palsy Roberts surely does makea few days.Barbara Clyde Jolley Is very popular (Get the point ?) window trying to go to sleep. h

My ,first Impression was late romance. Isn't he? grand Pres. for the B Club. Jean Mayhugh brought with all the girls ? Joe Andrews is so studious this Finally she did. tlow long she

"I of an earthquake, but almost Lola Newsome has fallen fora Keep up the good work Patsy and some German money and a map Phyllis Martin has a sweet year? had been asleep she did not

"Wlawiy i discarded that. We new boy In the Senior class. it'll go down In B. H. S.'s his- to school. smile ? know, but she woke up to find ;

have earthquakes here. My Maybe that Is why she goes tory. Billy Smith, reporter. Harold Mlkell can be very Pep Squad someone staring with large, horrible
i1'ilmpresslon was that for around In a daze all the time Sonny and Judy surely were debating amusing? bloodshot eyes Into her face.

>//reason horses' were using Eloise Gardner, new girl from the other night. What's SIXTH GKADK ENJOYS I Yells and SongsThree She could not move, The figure S
There Is unfamiliar gleam In
tolrcase none too gently, Ocala, Is making a big hit with her name, boys? LESSONSWe an had long, matted, tangled hair t
,dldn't make if decidedto Roberta Whltfleld's< eye? (Watch cheers for the Pep Squad 1
sense either. the Starke romancers. Is that Seems as everyone have enjoyed drawing maps and a hideous face. Turning, the
don't come to this red Monday. Everythingwe out) t Mr. Williams said that the
school right, Judy? wear of the British Isles, locating the figure walked across the room,
moments passed, my think- Jimmie Grlffls has succeeded in saw had a little or a whole seaports and listing the Import. We want to see everyone over In best show In years 'was' put on picked up Jan T s bridal veil, which

became clearer. That noise- that cute little brunette lot of red in It. Must be the and the exports.We St Augustine Friday night when Friday night at the came, and I was lying on a chair, and put It

I thunderbolt_that earthquake getting Brooker. What does Bi'ooker latest fad at B. H. S. Let's turnit are drawing pictures of the our Bradford Tornadoes. beat the want to take lime out right now on. It looked Into the mirror and

[nothing more than the sweet from have that Starke does not? Pretty' Into PURPLE AND GOLD Instead Egyptian homes, pyramids, temples Florida Deaf and Dumb School to thank each and everyone who the moon shining through the

c of a student who was most students. and scenes which we have 28-O-.WE HOPE! helped. You did a swell Job. The window gave the whole seen a
ly In a great hurry. I girls All Marjorie Grider has to do I Jewell Reddlsh's new permanent been stuifylng about In history.Joe Dorothy Faxon, !reporter townspeople, also, are raving ghastly appearanc Then, snatchIng -
I slowly. NO Wish mine looked about It, the veil from her head the
the building and does she sell Coca- Is all right. McGee Is back with us after
t on fire; recalled that no Is smile she should continue that nice when I got one. several days of Illness. JUNIOR NEWS NOTES: The next thing we have to do Is figure tore long rents in It and!

whistle had sounded. One Colas? Maybe down' 'the Junior candy Hear everyone/ planning on Barbara Jean Robbins, reporter. A studious attitude Is. evident to keep on" getting these favorable threw It to the floor. Giving Jane

lu lon was safe. That stu- to "hold I being at St. Augustine Friday aft- throughout the Junior class During results. Let's everyone attend the one more look, filled with hatred, ,I

Certainly should learn to goad counter. has a new flame ernoon for to see B. H. S. and St. 7-I WEEKLY: KEI'OUT home room period, and even pep meeting each Tuesday and she turned and walked from the
down the stairs In a more George Flynn she's a blonde. You're I, Augustine crash In foot b.a 11 1 We have changed librarians and at recess everyone has a book Thursday at 12:30: and when we room
zed manner. -this time hoping that you boys bring is studying his assignment for the have a football game, go out and
Seriously, he Here's treasurer W I). McKinney
t J to go more slowly for hisDadoes doing O. K., George.Margaret String- home the bacon. treasurer and Jlmmle. Godwin Is next day or the current day. yell your head off. Society NotesLyle
Wonder why
safety, as well a. for the Reddish like Did you know that two Senior librarian. That goes to show you that the For the benefit of the new students -

Y ot Olben. fellow and Margie Girls like the two songs named Gene Patray brought a catfish. majority of students Orlando so much lately. I I On The Old Top Rail" learn and not play. I too, the. following yells and songs
around Friday night "Leaning Earl Starling brought a pot nandlna Sunday to ae* old Fort

Victorious after Looking the game, no one seemed to and "Show Me The Way To 'Go plant which makes the room look We want everyone to help us! are copied. Pleas try to learn Clinch.E. t

Jewell Carter Home."? prettier. by boosting the refreshment boothat I them. W Colson was visiting his
F' Smith or
first Tangle I see Wonder Hazel who they had a'date Everyone surely did feel good W* are sorry that Billy Miller the football games. We shall' Wash 'em out uncle In Lake City Sunday

1'it' afternoon I Monday. Especially after such a Is leaving"for his home in Georgia. greatly appreciate your patron Ring 'em out Margaret Sthngfellow and
o October 3, at with? big week-end. We have another Moore, reporter. age. Come out and cheer for I Margie Reddish were In Gulnes-
C1Ck 1 n of stepping out I hear'i Joyce Hang 'em on a line
St Augustine, Speaking this week, Bradford. The team needs
I week-end coming up us as yule Friday.Virginia .
or'a Sewell has been doing big Look on the Scoreboard
Ith Jwball team will bat. Virginia j I Iso don't break down before then. much as we need It. Sewell was visiting In
Is And what find.
how Walter King getting you
Deaf and Dumb so lately. found out see Just "
Idalou Davis
C t year Bradford James Anderson, a B. H. S. boy Virginia In along. I bear he Is a regu- reporter Bradford, Bradford leading the Tallahassee Saturday.
she was
Core Monday Just how good Dorothy Faxon was at the Naval
ot 7 show the Marines.I Romeo line ,
from lar
: to 0. Let's la home
li what was your
**"ne a real crowd toe wonder where Bernice M. and bookkeeping. Just Mutt Jones sure Is a.killer liter. Old Mottoes Revised Green Cove (or the other team) Air Baa In Jacksonville Sunday t

boys on. Willa Jean M. went after the game grade Virginia Brook Did you see him carrying the ball tagging behind. afternoon. 1
I It a* They probably Clifton Hayes is another "Be courteous.. Be honest." We Jewell Carter went on a shopping ; fi.
this ta ? Friday night
t. a worthy opt Friday Who was Ida Lee with Friday? elite who Is very studious.Brookerwas I I bear J. E. and Dot like to hear all of them teach. But do Steamboat, Steamboat, tour In Jacksonville: last Sat-
go back to Jut FridaysThey Why wasn't Cathleen Judd at thought all they grew, but have you play honeymoon bridge. they practice everything the !ypreach Puff, puff, puff urday.

IbThis game wit b Green the game ? big potatoes, and girls from The pep squad surely does deServe ? Bradford, Bradford, I
d the spirit ot the Ralph A. and Roger M. gave out seen those Bettor start looking! a lot of credit. They were "Smile and the world smiles strut your stuff. Try Smiling"Whether
0ea really "put out." of water Friday (In Martha's Brooker surely If taking swell Friday Night. Believe you with you." We see them write -

Points were scored In the jalopy) on Madison Street., Just Bobby McRae brother. Just watch me the stadium was crowded and this down. Big dog little dog the weather suits you

"ter With a safety by couldn't get any.girls- to go with after his big to him some time folks those cheer leaders Just carried on But behind that smite of theirs, Flop-eared pup, or not.T..y .

ord. A touchdown and Its them. and listen have anythingelse as If nothing. else 1. matured I'll are you sure there's not a frown Come on old Bradford smiling.

CkJy flowed In the ec- Still feellnc ,good over our vic when you don't say this muck girls, that I'll Just "If at first you don't succeed Beat 'em up! When your coffee Isn't hot, '

nero score wu 9 to tory Friday night. We Just walked lo do. was scared In the have to take my bat off to you. try, try again." That has been a Try smiling.When .

ea right after the half, an- off with a score of 16-0. We Nina Bishop Didn't think you TOO' bad. I took It off Friday motto many years.But Cheer for the purple and gold your neighbors don't dorl&bt.
touchdown proud of our football Parade night and forgot to put It back find success Waving' forever .
wa scored and surely are out alive did you while some ,
tilt sou keep up would come Pride of old Bradford High. Or your relation start to tight
made In team and Just hope they on. others find only tears.
the next
Although work. So go to It boys Nina rSeen Well folks space Is short and It May she rule ever.We'll Sure It's hard, but then you\ tmight
the good Sunday
19 around early
score was "Birds of feather flock to-
riding a
A what oft sing a for our flagtoday.
good Just till I'll be taking
St. Augustine Isn't long
game and show were and Freemanand heard
Jerry It
gether. you've never .
h rooming smiling.It
parks afternoon In to s e e the Try t'I
Friday for St. Augustine
J.has Bradford's sent ln more subs St.you Augustine can do stadium. Dot and Enos. Hi SI' What'aCookln'T Bradford Tornadoes mow St. Au- that before, you should. Cheer for the team at play, doesn't Chang the things of I

In ex-coach Friday down. So I'd better get Let's be sure that the companywe On to the goal we'll fight course "
the see the pa at gustln '
habit Did seen
!It Ie 1/21 seems of doing;, afternoon you? I know you beard it Patsy and Vernon were takingin an early start now because 1 wantto keep Is of a feather good. Our way for Bradford High. Just smiling. I s 'I i

idet, to approve of feel slighted U the Rita Sunday afternoon as they com In ''A bird In the hand is worth But It cannot make them worse. ,
anyway, so don't Swell 1M everyone
and Harry.
re IIIlaaed Tom. Dick two limb." It's true no mat- Natural Mistake Just smiling. i
'I'for Plea Indisposed and the gate and get a little low down oa a 1
!new from Coach you were the cheerleaderstried picture. Ion who's who. ter who told It. Walter: Say wh r". that paper 'And It seems! to help your ease. '
materiaL So you out. Of course I Buck McMillan and Ruth ,Simpson what I with Brighten up a gloomy place \
who the lead several Scratch In life you must get you plate gave you your pier
IP **er '5 Ice after school and to get never succeeded we were seen being chauffered Scratches want and believe me, you've got Mr. Williams: Goodness me, I Then It sort of help your face, f ,

:Ie IchOQI cream sodas, show times, but don't Join around Friday night by J. B. Scratched. to hold It. thought that was tile lower crust. Just smiling. .
d apirlt and help can only hope that they Wen folks let's look around and f 'f ""f.
with ports-
I the next one; anyone I\

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'OCT -1941 '

9 v 'I r I It 41sII ,

I; why he'd run away "I just I I doubt Taint fair ,

_ill'I SOCIETY and CLUBS Woman's Club MeetingThe thought It'd be fun, but found out j -Driblets
Woman's Club will l meet replied, Main Drag George Entire town aeL
It wasn't, the youngster
j of OVer ,
Wednesday, October 8. at 3:30: p. Holstein, formerly Sternberg's, tomorrow of ()
)I U. D. C. Chapter I* A Davis will attend this con- will be Misses Olive and Amelia m. The president Miss Evelyn thereby preach In' an eloquent sermon takln the place of W. L. Blair at Ida Theatre eye.bedRZzlin'Walt'll ror:
vention In her capacity aa state Stump will preside and Mrs. in eleven words Unner- Alexander's i Brother Blair, In the shlmmeiln You
t Elects New Officers president for Florida, and the Ray.During the social period, Mrs. Jeanette C. Young: will give a stand Georgia Haynes would make turn, acceptln a place in a Camp tain! -TWI cloth-of'gOld knOCk eur.
Z Mr. L. some man a'noble helpmeet Eland Ing PX Bob Bell backat into the you Mgt
; 1 \ The W. T. Weeks Chapter, delegates elected were Mrs. A. Brown and Mrs. Biggs served book review. Hostesses: aislepolntments All :
), 'phi <, United Daughters of the Confederacy Ad kins and Mrs. O. L. Oeasley. home-made pound cake and ice A, Shepherd, Mrs. L. F. Chapman, .Any gal who tsff.es: the trouble to his post with Coca Cola aftera equally otber
4 ti b held the first meeting of At this meeting the Chapter cream sundae to the following Hrs. P. D. Fancher, Mrs. Joe turn a cantankerous typewriter six-weeks' turn In Tennessee right down to the RCrull1Ptlou,
l y : 4 U.''u the fall season Wednesday after- presented about 69 books to the members: Mrs, G. W. Roberts, Wallace, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs.J. ribbon around to save her 'em- A. L. Llppitt, CC sales mgr., drinkin' fountain that trick'Mlna
noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Etarke Public Library and the Mra. I. B. Cody 'Mrs. Hal Edwards M. Brownlee and Mrs. A. E. ployer the price of a new one back- Sattlday from maneuverin so much time l
libra would certainly turn a hubby's Seems he was one of the well selecUn'A
fir n. ; M. F. Brown, with. Mrs Brown Lawtey and Starke school Mrs. L. A. Davis Miss i Lightfoot. theatre for sWell
;'. 'i and Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs as joint ries; the larger number of the Madge Middleton. Miss Olive Ray, ehlit collars! Quite a frIend- chosen few civilian camp followers here's my heartiest town,b'
,, s'', hostesses. books go to the public library. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mr. J. M. Mrs. Louise Moore and Mrs. C. ship Jack Sale and Leona Ganey allowed ,to tag the Army In tlons to the ManasslL8 congratuJa,
I The meeting was presided over Mrs. L. A. Davis was chairman Brownlee, Mrs. A. M. Darby and L. Moitt were in Gainesville one have struck up, ridin' to work together Loosiana Paul Knight no one else concerned Says
I. f by the president, Mrs. George W., of the book donations. Mrs. E. K. Perryman. day last week on business. every mornln' Tryin sooner herelng from Noo Yawk j, (ttovle-8truck) ) :
Roberts, and Mlxs Madge Middle-I Miss Olive Ray chairman of the to help Mr. Ikea save gasoline, no than offing again to.;Jaxville ...
ton transected the duties of sec nominating committee, proposedthe I --
!I following list of officers for
ol retary. The following committee
,, I. ,,; was appointed to encourage buying the year 1941-42, and they were Carolyn Callstreet .
h .defenoe bonds and stamps lathe duly elected: ;;
a' ? III Starke and Lawtey schools: President''Mrs. George W. Rob-
y ;n Mrs. Q. W.. Roberts, Mr*. 1.13." rtt first, vice president Mrs, O. -
:Glib Cody Mrs..L.H: Hill, Miss Madge L. Beasley; second vice president, 1-
Middleton Miss Well, folks Wasn't !t swell AND so forth Could go on
1 and Mrs. Ethel M. Mrs. Hal Edwards; secretary, -
A I Biggs. Madge Middleton: treasurer, Mrs. to stampede the stadium once like this forever, but after ,all I
y again an' watch o 1 e Bradford gotta get around to a few other
I I The convention of the Florida I. B. Cody; registrar, Miss Olive
'Division M. romp, tromp, an'' stomp to victory items .
of U. D. C., will be held Ray; historian, Mrs Ethel (
T Never have I seen such ,
1 1 in Tallahassee, October 14, and Biggs; recorder of crosses. Mrs -
tb a crowd! Looks like the an' Jotted Audrey Carlisle
Spotted :
delegates elected Mrs. A.
I to attend this L., H. Hill; chaplain,
r ve meeting were Mrs. Hal Edwards Darby. Tornadoes are I'onna have all the in town for the nonce, jus' .
i and Miss Madge Middleton. The Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Invited the support they need this go 'round fore goln' to Birmingham .
u General Convention will be held In Chapter to meet at her home In -moral, financial, and vocal! .". My, my How these nurses
al All the ole familiar faces In the around! Helen Dowling
r., n. Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 6. Mrs. November; entertaining with her
ole familiar places Bill Plum- gettln' that certain letter every
o J _,_, ,. _._____ -,-.-........ SSab mer maulin the mike while Orchidaceous week Wonder If its really -
wife Ida Lee makes an serious, or just a minor? -. "
r' Interested spectator Martha Helen Prather now a Mrs-more
I &: Glenn Wood leavln' their two details when I catch her : Dot THE OPENING OF ': '; ,"
football heroes of 1933 at home an' Bill Powell well on the way .
1 r: "i while they 'cheer themselves to beln home owners Right
7 14 hoarse for BHS across the street from. Blsh-ln-

laws James Mayes offerln'
Sidelines, Itll usual, almos' as In- his radio talents to sore-pressed DINKINS'
STARKE FLA terestln' as the gridiron Tiny England Plans to close out SERVICE STATION
Margaret Rose Duncan (triple- his shop an' sail In a coupla
sub deb) doln' some nifty volun- weeks Opal May leavln' for ,
Sunday, Monday October 3, 6 teer work with the Pep Squad Looalana to return with Tommy STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS

\ "THAT NIGHT IN RIO" Uncle Sam's proteges takln' Gomez Geo. Hill an' friends
t y With Alice Faye &: Don Ameche over the field between halves.and tappin' the Tic Toe Tuesday
Fashion Forecast Paramount News havln' the time of their lives night Jimmy Bullock Betty
(morale seemed 0.- K. to me) al hittin'
1 ; T.o Beecher, Betty Dillard, et -
Tuesday: October 1 Big Features SATURDAY OCTOBER
Dot Epperson & Jean Darby ex- the HI Hat Monday peeyem 4
No. I-"TIIE PENALTY"With plalnln things to little Mary Sue ,
I I Edward Arnold & Lionel Darrymore Epp. Edna Pearce frantically ON ROAD 13 SOUTH OF SCHOOL
'p ; No. "ARTISTS AND MODELS"With searchln fora strayed season Hear Tracy. Baker, who's been
Jack. Benny, Gall Patrick, Martha Raye ticket Sappo Ingram Perry glvin' his all for the 31st Div
II a 1 Ida Luplno, Richard Arlen Judy Canova Gainey, L. M. Gaines, an' Ralph durln maneuvers, had an Involuntary I
l "P"'' BLACK niKD" Comedy Rhodes denaonstratln' 'what the bath tother afternoon .

n ly Wednesday' Thursday -- October 8, 9 well-dressed tat will wear at the I Seems be wajj on a motorcycle .
U of F Overheard favorable
"BADLANDS OF DAKOTA"Starring observation near Marthavllle, La.,
r I Robert Stack & Ann Rutherford comment concernln' the band: an' found himself confronted by
10 "Sounds like an outfit from Blan- an Innocent lookln' stream "
With Richard Dlx, Brod. Crawford -
4, r Game ding!" Others glimpsed: "Taint deep'' somebody said, an'Tl'acy
_' o r tr' With"ProfesRor Big Fishing Clara Harley Simeon & Juanita confidently put-putted Into THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT
; Phillips, "t Offkeysky" Paramount News water ,- About four feet
&: Clara Colson Scads an' out he an' the motorcycle both

Friday Saturday Oct. 10' 11-Two Big Features scores of"others disappeared from view! Our THIS NEW, CLEAN, MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE
No. 1-"SKY BANDITS" hero swam to safety, an' winch
t With James Newell & Louise Stanley Eleven: o'clock curfew along the (spelled with an "I") was calledto : '

No. "STRAIGHT SHOOTER" .- Blending road I Is no ill wind for extract the me ." .. ;' SERVICE 'STATION
_ 1 With Tim McCoy local nightspots Should have ,
Riders of Death Valley No. IS Abdul The Bulbul Ameer seen the throbbln' throng Tic Toe Joe Wilson cheerfully admitsputlln' H,
_._ Tapping after the ; I
-- --- on pounds durin' his recent ,,
SIIIKMGHT SHOW. SATURDAY NiGHT 11:30 I'. M. night Fran Opperman, Rob- sojourn in NC Startln' ?" "I rt"....'."'' _, .'It.,' "I- ..',"
"MURDER AMONG FRIENDS"With ert Green, Mural Brown, Buck on the homeward trip he found :
Marjorie Weaver, John Hubbard Crawford, Bobble Cameron, S. G. his stomach so close to the steer- '
\1 ''Hook Line, Sinker" Pinky ToirJIn's Orchestra Denmark, LII Sternberg, Wally In' wheel he accused his wife Dea
.Stewart, Lil Moselev," Joe "' "- of meddlln' with the front seat

wards. Dot Green, Buck McMil adjustment '. ;;
Only adjustln'was
Hear ,The Magic Voice ReA New. Living Sound lan, Grace Green Chad lvlClOy, In Joe's waistline, however DINKINS'
Elise Green. Enos Hayes, Jacq Laurels-of-the-week:r A. Z.
Andrews, Harold Johnson, DickSt. Adkins, Jr. ,will be "official"
--------------..- ----.. John So forth, so forth photographer for Citadel when

the boys from SC trek to NY this
/ week an' toss the pigskin around

with West Point Marjorie
I Sue Middleton elected president of

7he'/Ye ade her room at Kirby Smith Dot
{ Sale gettln' a page boy hair-do
while she nonchalently embroiders
L. F. (Monk) Dinkins
Prop., Starke. Fla. A

Chief Lonzl found a tattered lad
in a box car, tother day an' asked
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lir, OCTOBER S. lo.n .... THE BRADFORD QCT31941WT

BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. K. R. Marshburn of Tallahassee and Illinois where visited SUrke a-ur r.rn" '
1 1IIId several they Thursday night I Mr. Stllley and! daughter. Donna, and I
H .. spent days here relatives and saw many points of Partner Is man ager of P. S. "
| I this week with relatives.) Store, ''Inc. MlM Alice Jones, all of Jackson
MY-s. E. J. Dahmer re- I Mrs M., B. Herlong was a vlsl- Mrs. Mr. and Mrs T Interest, such aa the Jleramnc vlil. Mr and Mrs. Buford Ild
and Petite tor to Gainesville 'i I D. T. Clark, who has been M Hutchtnga Cavern neap Sullivan, Mo. Mr. And Mrs R C. Duford had accompanied
J 10 Starke after an Mr. Tuesday. visiting her parents :Mr and Mrs. !returned home Friday from St. I. Mr. and Mrs Charles Partser. us their house guests for several them to Jacksonville ;
ShoP ometime.V ednesdaytheir Mrs. Dah- W. B. Sewell K. a.spent Duncan and Mrs. | N. D. Wainwright, Is spending. a. 'Louts and other parts of ,Missouri of New York City arrived inV I days last week Mr. and Mr*. Don I Sunday for a brief visit. :

ce for gone two months, Leesburg and Eustis.Wednesday In I few days with relatives In Talla- 1 ._..... I,i
bas been I ihassee and will return here before -
rig most( of the time In and N. Q. Stavijar.os, of the Park I leaving for her home In Miami.
d Cadillac. Mich. Mr. Dah. cafe, returned Wednesday from Mrs J. Ifc f'razee pent Tues-
Rentier up two weeks ago and Hot Springs, Ark., where he has day In Jacksonville
they drove home In a been for the past month. He Open :
feels Mrs. Louise Moore of Kingsley Sod V'V
Buick. I much benefitted ClliBELT'S
19f1 by the treatment, Lake was in Jacksonville last (
LA. Ritch Is In the Hoi- he says. week on business and while there ; :

rib Shoe shMee.. the place Mr. and Mrs. W. U Wall, Mr. attended the funeral of City Coba- .
tr da ghte Leonard and Mrs. J. E. Wilson returned missioner Fred Val%. a
,?, Who has accepted the last week from a vacation trip to
on of cashier at the City Henderaonville, N. C. Surprise Party ICE CREAM a : '

Store. Robert 3. Wear, Army 'Y' sec V ..
and Mrs. J. T. Qulgley re- rotary, left last Saturday for New Miss Doris Adams, waitress In ... \, 1', V.
Friday from a two weeks'at York City where he Is the A & A '
d attending cafe, had a '
Hendersonvllle, N. C., a Y. M. C. A. birthday :
,1011 conference. Monday, and that evening about AND SANDWICH SHOP :;, "
1942 Chrysler car. Mrs. L. A. Davis ,
c a returned home o'clock, after there was a lull in ,
and MI'!!. L. O. Powell spent Tuesday after' spending a week In the restaurant, the entire force--
I'f in Jacksonville. Jacksonville. employer and t'mployes-gave hera ACROSS FROM PARK THEATRE

surprise party, cutting a birthday 1
cake and presenting her with

Yean Experience! Make It Possible for
.Many Me to Render

EFFICIENT. PROMPT. MODERATE and COURTEOUS PRICES SERVICE I'etrakis-Bliziotes Frosted MaltIOe Banana Split 15c

DeWITT C.: JONES Friends here 0 f :Miss :Mary

Starker Florid ulnas Bllzlotes last, week niece received of Jerry invitations Chrlatod- Malted Milk 15c Milk Shakes 15c I

to her marriage to James John ; t. ,
Petiakls on Sunday, Sept. 28, at ,

6 Gainesville.p. m.. In the Among Episcopal those Church attending Sundaes (Plain with fruit) lOc ; 'f I

NOW SHOWINGShulton's from Staike were! Mr. and or - !
o ChrUtoclulou and son Leon> ,

Friendship's Garden and and daughter Mr. and :Mrs.Nlkl. Mitchell Ergas ICE CREAM CONES (Double Dip) - ScTwelve t,

Entertains Friend'
Toiletries Delicious Flavors
Mrs. Louise Moore entertaineda
number of friends at dinner

Dusting Powder ________________ 51.00 Tuesday. Those present were
Air:. Ella Johns. Mrs. C. W. Tur- I CE CREAM ) Pints 20c

Talcum Powder _________ 50c and $1.00 ney, Mrs. R. p. Cochran bA's.
Chas. L. Moltt, Mrs R. V. Turner r

Guest Soap, 6 Cakes _...___...;_a____ $1.00 .and daughter, Mary Ella, andM.l's. ) 1'
Carl Kippln of I Kentucky.The OR SHERBET Hand-Packed 25c ''
Bath 'Soap, 3 for _________\M --- $1.00 guests: thanks left at 4 o'clock ex.pieasng
to Mis. Moore

Toilet Water ________--? .______ $1.00 for a lovely day. Toasted Sandwiches 15c

Treasure Box ____________________ $1.00

Plantation Box _________________ $2.00 By Mrs Simeon I'hif.lps lOc
Hamburgers -
SEE COMPLETE DISPLAY ON OUR TOILET The Law ley Sunshine Club met ," I
Thursday, September 25. at the .
GOODS COUNTER home of Mrs. O. J. Anders and
was organized, then officers were

elected. _
Those present were! Mrs. A. A. a r .,
Annls, Mrs O. J Anders, Mrs. ,
|NOW) SHOWING COMPLETE LINE ABBOTT'S Joe Harrell. Sr". Mrs.' Joe Har- ..
jell Jr., Miss Elizabeth Massey, '
VITAMIN CAPSULES, IQUIDS, ETC. Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Mrs. J. M. ; '
Reddish, Mrs. V R. Reddish Mrs.J. ; \
I H. Redgrave, Mrs. Fate Redd t' ''
I See Display In Show Window Mrs. L. C. Smith, and one visitor. .. I'' f' .
Miss Emily Tledman of Tampa. ; ." fuGhbORu8N 11
The meeting was opened with a f t
;OCH DRUG STORENAT cong, "Gloiy To His Name" The
91st Psalm was read and prayer .
offered by Miss Elizabeth Mas Key.
The Baptist Minister Rev. Forbes 5'h
Fuller, closed the meeting with a
few words of prayer
The next meeting will be on ,I r
Thursday. Oct. 9th at the home .. ,
SEZ: of Mrs. O. J. Phillips.

The light of hope Ix. beginning to METHODIST:: CHURCH .
Bhlno again In the races of the Kev. Herbert" thtzuird. Pastor
k business men of Starke. For two Bible School 10:00: A. M. \
,,, month there ain't been no soldier Morning Worship 11:00: A. M.
World Communion will be ob .
and now at last, they'recoming
back. Used to be a thousand served. ,. I Ii Ir
or fifteen hundred visitorsIn fw ,4 t s
town on the Fourth of July \PTIST CHURCH ,, .
Ue>v. Forbes Fuller, i'a.tor j \
looked, like a mighty big crowd Sunday, October' 5th Worldwide "-
but now It'" got to be fifty thousand Communion
before we take notice M'e Is ,.' '
Sunday School-9:45: A. M.
polled' and I ain't Jokln. We have reorganized, and with j j:"
the new All-Bible Graded. Series
lesson material,' we look for increuKed i
Interest and attendance. I'
. ., J 1 Ij.r'!" t/ Come out this Sunday for we have
V lf fw'f ; /: clauses for all ages.; '
l'fht ,
,/ .. L' l rflttil ,.. Morning worimp and Communion 'I
;;., / b / Service 11:CO) A. M. Sermon '
,J. ', ,,,.... / Subject: "Adoption," ,
B. Y. P. U. Meeting, 6:30: P. M. ': ; r / All young people are cordially .
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1-H' "' urged to enjoy this hour of spiritual ,;., ,j.
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.# 1 uplift and fellowship.Evening .

(.;f( waJlt 1:" '; 7:30: P. 3U.Monday Evangelistic.. S e r f Ice -, -- '

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October. 6th-3:30: I"". M.
'A7' ,
\ Sunbeams an.' O. A./'s meeting, '
<'" for boys and girls. y s
,;;I --' Wednesday Prayer Meeting at
t-J'- 7:30: at the church.8HE.FFKirS .


*Sov needs r l'tI. ill\ IN
stout shoe COUNTY TKLEGK4.MI.A : inspect an unusual new car-new in its beauty, gear-shifting, action of the big and sure {i
h hen it I U. I I its comfort, its choice of two fine 90 horsepower hydraulic brakes have all been made smoother \
., 8. and easier. ','" ,
engines cylinders or
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.eight '
grained : V See it and you sense at ooce that here is new In quality the car Is sound to the last detail. 1

calf. Tough "to style that will stay good for years. Oa a lower, Defense requirements have all been met without ,I j ja \ r1
the weather but wider chassis, we have designed new long, low, ingle reduction in the basic and lasting goodness ''j

easy wide and modern lines.lnterior'treatment of the Ford mechanically.Some new materials .'
on the foot Boomerang
is entirely (fresh distinctive, have replaced old ones, usually at a greater cost I i.
plus DowbU/ 1 pleasing. The beauty of this Ford will more than to us, but in tvtry roll the new it 'equal} o/JIIr '

Soles.S / A"bartai insuTanc2 .. bold its own in any company. than for old.
Inside, the car is big-wide across the seats, If your family needs a new car, go see and<< drive
C'Ctnpany I generous in knee-room, legroom, elbowroom.On this Ford. For u>bat it it today andor ubat, it Will

will the road this year you find the "new Ford b* through for yean ahtad u/i believe that you uill .I
no doubt ride",still further advanced in its softness, quietness find in it more and batty transportation your .

6:5;: malts a targainsettlement: steadiness and all-round comfort. monty than you ban tvtrjound btjore.

: : FREEMAN I when

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I AgencyStarke V Andre vs Motor Company I 'I

119 Eat Call Street> i
Tr"p"1.* Starke Florida I

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as Rublished in Bradford County Telegraph of Sept. 26th. / ':
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: : ', ;lji.I.;v.r:"' ,f >'- It would be a matter of real interest to all if we knew those who compose this com /'

I ;::, /:':\}} mittee. A digest of permanent, abiding business men of Starke fails to reveal the identity of, i'i'I
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'?: "1,':,; 2'" '.', the "Committee for Better:, Business \ -, L
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):. ;tl"" ;::';');:":: I'" The conclusion which naturally follows is that this committee is composed of a few men.

Y '..' ':.Z ;" (rl'J:":: ; "' who want to make their liquor business better. It is a matter of serious doubt as to' whether. -
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"'.,.. '/,',,: this committee represents the "majority of Bradford County citizens '. in favor of repealing ;,,

>__ ,:":::,\, :.: t'..,. this ancient and obsolete law"quoted( from Let's Face Facts). t .
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.I.Ir <,' :'..:' 'i ,I. Not knowing the identity of these men, and others who are willing to sell principle for t')

Ii ::-;- ; profit, we can only assume that they are profit-seeking recent comers who desire to throw: I"I
.'' 1 0 1'b : \' away the sense of decency and righteousness that prompted the citizens of "a. rural, small ?.

.. .' !: : community farm folko" to cast the vote of J 1905. WHO,, ARE THESE PEOPLE AND \ ; .

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Ir Xl' +r1 art I' ,1, :: :';. ". How long will they remain here when the camp is gone? :'"
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> [0. : We cannot afford to be carried with "FAIR WEATHER FRIENDS." ,:, '
/t: ;; ,;ti'r away : ; :
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,,'', -': ,: i'. IIIT' These advocates of election rid of l THEY NEVER .'. ... :
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t :"'.;.:\' new an /the, waves prpsp rltYt. : ru' ."tJ'If.\:' :. rt I T r
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'i" .' ...,.:r., :':' ,I, BRING THEM. When the tide goes out, they go out too. The: ,-.p rt-time berry pickers .\. ";.:': '

'1 S'S'a ; and other farm help"as they call the citizens of Bradford County will be left with the refuse .. +ro. I'

t ., and trash that the wave brings in. :; .
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.."..:,., 'lr>',''r"" : ,' MONEY. .,,
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,! : { "" ;,o"i" :, : As a matter of MORAL INDIGNATION; there is one question that must be asked.."''" : :'

: 4,' ".' How can a sane community flout in the faces of its youth such a diabolical business. ;y
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): ; What is there to gain in a new election'as( is mentioned in "Let's Face Facts"). We have.

: "- all that could be gained by it. Those who oppose liquor in the bounty have nothing to gain
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.'- by election. '
'i ,' a new \
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r ;' //0 '" : That this new election for Liquor is NOT a popular thing is shown by the fact that this ,

'lY1Y ; ,. 'A petition (mentioned in "Lets Face Facts") has been in circulation for at least three months.. !


\ ;'.:;,", ''';: ,' "Committee for Better Business"whoever that is, wants it. and not for Bradford County's !
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good, either. ,
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I. ", REMEMBER, those who sign that petition are giving their full'support to a wide open

liquor traffic on the! streets of Starke and of Bradford County. -


i (This advertisement inserted by the Ministerial Alliance and the Gospel Tabernacle)

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bI ; We the undersigned endorse and stand behind the Ministerial Alliance:

I J. C. Hoover"j.. E. Wilson E. L. Williams A. M. Darby's ;; .'..-.

w Raymond J. Gomes W. B. Mundy Jr. J. T. Quigley By Chas. A. Darby f.\, ,
Clarence Melton W. B. Sewell P. M. Barefoot H. A. Carlton '. '.>/;;
aP r ,) J. H. Courtmanch.,!.. J. B. Carlisle W. A. Stern L. A. Davis .-??,
,J. F. Kickliter \ S. ,E. '\
Sparks Dr. W. B. Parka >;
A. O. Andrea ;
D. P. ..,
Carpenter Clyde PriestE.
Rev. C. C. !
,,: Crosby
Olin W WhiteT. "
1 L. G. Powell K. Perryman Rev. W C. Barton '
+, ; Ofw ror W. P. Smith L. A. Canova J. Griffin Charlie Powell c
4,1d H. L Brownlee I F. A. Scott Harry Houston
b Rev. L. G Hemmingwayj

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_______________________ BRADFORD OOl'NTY TKlJBORArn TAJtKE. FLORIDA '
I -- _ _ 4GB, RBVKliTO _
I x nnn IT roi' --
rerErwIo: KT.
.. : "' !WAMN.1"1'I ('O""T". FLO'U"I"UFOII oj-ptlon) Rear at a point 12$ weeks fictitious
tt name doing buslnesa
11'1'1'101:8 North of 8K of Haiti certificate respectively embrace
I cur NEv of .K
) the l.I.uIw- WITNESS hand and the seal
my ,
II'lv..n ttm.t Cy "N" Ala 163 Call Street, V
of I'IRI' I following
,;" is /le"y the r.OVhIIoflI Irma i. Smith. Plaintiff, V". Wil ttegreo said 45 Sec 32 and run North 1 of this court "at Sharks, Florida under which w. are engaged andtoliifr aturke Bradford Ci>nntr. Florida. ertlns hf the County d..IH..d
tinder minute
I H. $mith West along sec- this 24th of September, A, 1>. Thai{ ; II D.a JoP.
On day business at
0 lam Defendant. Mc.n3p tlcm line m the said buslne.s Is owned Stale' .. Florida,
Vl.r ft
;:p; ::01.1" I.a".. with the day the! <1., clay November, $1440 ft, thence run West I 1941tOFFICIAI.. 111 \\'..t Call Street and operated by thl. In- S\\ -, of HWV to.wll Tw|>. .
on \ n Mouth 41* lol.wllc
,( : Court I" and 1941. the defendantllllnin M thence run .n'rl : SEt) A. J. Thona. Stacks hli'ad Curd ('nun I y. FlorIda.That : terestwd : K. 21 li.: .ontalnlnw .40I Acres, more;
tl, \Ir'ul the Smith whose residence IK Unknown. minutes K2 degrees t:1'1 Clerk of the Irou Court. the said butilness I Is ownedand plrt..tlyn'On 113 Call or less )I" under Cerllfluale -
Ilo..lda East SHlii, ft to Ioh.n. I..e. .lbral..1
( la required to to 1 point Waybrlght & AVaybrlnhtflaintirta dy the In* .
"d"rd at appear the bill ">*g.; and also| (4th ; 1'1..1..1 folowlnl SI.rk. No 137,
." lot Divorce filed against him here lit IZI1 ."l''I.llol) lien. Attorney. J G 4 10.17 ... Parties: At tl..k. Bradford Florida 0 A're. In NH for or NKU of _
1t4wUhIh and av { : th' cor.if I Cyrus H. Sistrtiitk, IIS Otange e.lnlY\l
'1II W. are .nsa..d (( %'"lrt \\ f 'I Sec 33. 21..1.. day ot 94. NJ1..tlo 030 feet N H by 420
at11)Ie Thl order to be published once and North I 45 ,O'i'i'I3 0.' llTI1lOl TO SU..t. Starke Fla. f.. See. 20 Twp. T S. K, 21
..0In.0" a week far four along \Orl4HOK
Avenue Section line FI"I'I"'IOll 1 0h.a'r /
Fla. In Bradford County Telegraph, ..t Fin. 1'10' Is embraced under Certificate No.NKV.of .
County. anowNploper ie.8 ft, Notice that the II.rk. '
run East 283 ft. to h.r.by .I..n : Kit'I I
ir'lf" owned tl.n'e At Flnr. MM
bupifleec I. published In cald Brad 1 under the provision I.rk. t 1101' 120.
4. ( C..nti
thence South' und.r.lln.d. Notice that Iheundersigned
; t ie oald W the t010wlns In41 ford County. ..nle. I.center t.a.k.of said track 631 20863, Ijiw nf FlorIda I'a. I ., day ot tl, her.hy the provisions 8WV1 N of fly. Sec 19 _
p.rateI* : 1)1'F1CJAL BEAD A. J. Thomas ft. theme North degree 45 Act of 1941, will register with the of Chapter $ unl.. 1.t Florida Tw\ t 1U K, containing SI

1 VItI"fl 1KTtICN.425 Walnut Street., Clerk Circuit, I'ou..t.U niintitesVest Ml R. to point Clerk of the Circuit Court In and >0'11'1 OK I'IK\TIO\ Acts of 1941, will register with the atr. m '' or less, einbrcedtinder ,

I Bradford County Flor.I,1 a : ld.' October bt.. 194 t b. .. less K. K. right of way ; o, fur Bradford ) Florida the ".: KM-IIIIOtS .OMit Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Certificate No. 187HK .
? day of Octob, 194t.U 4t.i.I situate In Bradford ,County Florida; rictttlou nam ofSruthern Notice l hereby given that the for Bradford County, .'Iorld. the '. ot NWI See 20 Twp.7 S '

h"" 10.24tI(1 under al In accordance the 6c to II.00 Store, u..I.r"II..d. un.I. the provisions.. tl.t".u. name of n. 22 I.. .ontal.ln.40 Acres mol.
IV ( .RCI'IT (tOllcT II H decree of Kale entered In with under which we are enraged and O r.awn. of Hardware Co,, or I under lrd..
'O.'OHI cause by .bo". at Acts of 1941, will register ;:hrl: a 11..1.1 I'h nf Certificate No. 276 _
(.011'., KLOHIIJl.-IN Jtvled Jldl. 11. dllnl Iu.ln. nld.1 we ara en\lle.1. and The of the said
L property
TO ll' bring Street Clerk of the ( a..am.nt
lTFT1O'V C on Sent. 17, ..t business at
NAME 14.J. Bradford County Florida. for ,'''ty.l.dl\ : under ..hl Certificate No. I3Twa
E. B. vs. Ruth W. a, Jr. Sl.rk. Bradford thefictitious Call Street
l FU'1'I'rOI' B.a.I.3. PI"lntf. the said business In (tie name of ; The
,iWI'III that the Carolyn On H. II Tucker.. Thlt owned name of Stark. Bradford County Florida. Unkn..n under
'ice I" hereby .Iven provision, Monday the 3rd., of I A. operated b) the following in.terested Bradford Inn That th* said business Is owned aaseaament ot eald property

.d. under Law ol Florida."l'111ii 1941 the day Ruth o".m".r. 9 .19 6t 10-17. p''a part.. Inde. which w. are en..d and and ol''lal..1 by the In. said certificate I Nn. 129 wa In the. 4
defraant. Comml.lone. tulowln. name of I O. Thomas; the assessment
Van If.
I ;' Veglster with the Bea ley, Carol3' Madison FlaHcmall doing business atState '. : .
will r..ld.nc. of said said ,
M 1 Circuit Court. tn and known, la to to IV M. N. I.rl..t. Madison Road 1$. J B I crude: Staike.: Fla. property uncl.1
required fllUIIT certificate, 337 nameof
.pp.al CO ItT lift 41)901(1) Fla. was *
th" .
the Ste rk County Florida.
ot Florida. At Bia.Uord
the bill for Divorce Hra.tord
CountY, {'Ol NTV, FI.ORIU'I" III.IN1. At Bradford II.rk. lolnlyFlor. Unknown) the aa..m.nt of said
edtord al.ln.t Flor That
la ownedand
'0CC name at(Not Iho.., her Thla herein order to ('Kit\. ida, HI..k.* ., day of COlnIY\8"lt. \14. operate...hi bv b".ln.the following.. In.terested Ida thl. Irll..day- -of 11 property Ind.1 l-1rd.,In .aid ( .1 4

Drug Co. and pubU.h.d once Eleanor darrett. Plalnlf. vs. : tith..te nl was name
1 w. are .nfaed a week for four conB "* week Wesley Samuel parties ItO'i'i'It OK IIKVTIOV TOHKl.tirKIt of .
'hh'h In Bradford ( (ar.et. "oTVCIt OK INTKSTIOV TOKICTIIIOIII LJndsav trlll. t\ 0 Box 114. haredeemed
hu.1n. at County Telegraph a On Monday, 3rd. I84J, Sharks Flit.At I"l"t'I'l'IOt N N 'MM Unless said (Certificate .hal

Canlr..t.. new.papel pUblahe In said Brad the defendant, Wesley Samuel 1 Oar- K.:..ICIER I"Hi Ark., County, Flor. Notice hereby given that the Hi-cording to I the
Count Fla.t lo.d rell. I. required to appear to the Notice hereby given this Ir..lor undersigned, under the provision properties' therein b.
P Br.dord bucifleMe (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Bill for Divorce filed against hint uld.ulen.d. un.l.r' the provision Ida Sept of Chapter 201853 law nt )' .. to he' : t bidder .ltl the

.t t the by the tolowlns in- Clerk Circuit l Court.Btarke h.r.I". Thin Order to be published .hApt.r 209(3. *.* of Florida. Act of 141, will{ register with the (' ." d.n" on the first Monday .

p.r.t.d : Florida, St-pt eniher' 27. one a week for four roiiMecutlv Acts 14. will register with the NO'TICK OK '' '' .'rIO' '0 Clerk of I lie Circuit! Court. In and In Ih. of November

.d p.rtee Oalne.vI1e. Fla.,1ork" 1941. 10-3 4t 10-24 ; weeks In Bradford County Tele- Clerk of Circuit Court, In and IIKUIMIKIl KUTIIIOI AMK for Bradford County, 1i'lo'ltl.i\ the 1941 la the Ird", day of No.

J 1iradtor.1 Flor- ''IrlPh. a published In for Bradford ( "nIY. Florida I th. Notice Is hereby given that the fit't it"tools name of h.'hII II). 1941.

tiny at October. 1941. .( new.al'1 tounty! tllltou. name of undersigned, under the provisionsof The Star store, '" .( this 17th., day of September
hi.$ 1.1. IN TMK rlHCI'IT ('01 U T. K.ItIITIIJllHlltl (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. t.orl.. spaghetti t llous and Chapter 10H6J. Law of Florida. under Which we are engaged anddoing A. l 9. 1941.OFFICIAL .

I 10,1 OK I"l.Oll- Clerk Thoma.Court. txidge Acts of 141. will 1 leglster with the business at ( SHAD A. J. Thomas _
". IV A VII(IU'II'r Ptaike, Florida, September I..ull 18th. under which we are engaged and ('lerk of the t'II.lt; Court. In and West Call Street, ('leek l Circuit (',urt. ItriadtorJI
L ftF ''TF'TIO' TO "OH IH''OII 11041. 9.26 4t 10lfi doing business at ro. Bradford .ol'IY. .'Iorhl. the Stsrke. Bradfoid County, Florida.Th.aL '1,110*?, state cif 1'I"rlda.
C Tln1 AMBr COIVTV.IN CII.*>CKRY West Call StreetStark. rl..ttou. name the said: business 1 la owned 9-19 4 10101'O

.1":1, : 11111'1011 that thetin.ter Cora Stroud.Plaintiff.. ., Bradford County, Florida. trll. and operated by I 111* following In* -- t
IM i the provlalona > (ninir <'01 it r. miiironn That the said business owned inder ore engaged anddoing teiesiecl parties: ji
.llned.,! Lawot VB- ..o. 1432 (''01 Nil. 91.01111) '_1\ ('''' anil operated by th* following In. business at Morris M. Its v bin, West Call TAKW NoriCH, THAT 0"1"lETS It. I

| 20953\\ with the Jamex F. Strnud ( .: V. terented partleaiOuranla : Cull StreetStarke Mlr..I. \ _
ttlrk.1. kI'fiO' ,
(hevrnlet Coach Engine Nn. .
or register $ Vlritll Hope, v.. Ompraaea, 117 West Call Florida. Florida
14. Circuit In and DefendantOHDKH \nnl. PlaIntiff "r..lord (nlnly. At tlluk. County, bearing IHI Tag Nn. 2-22S4H,
of the Vancy Hope, HI Fbi.At. Thai Is o.n..1and t day of Sept. 1941.NOMtfrl TIDN.
County Florida. OF SEnvlCKNOT1CB .t"I. th. bu.I". l.d. an appraised value of I..ff,:>
.dtord On Monday, November Srd 1941 { FlorIda .
by the following In.teiested
TO \\kia j" 'o\nly. ol'.ral. --
,nu' name of The STATE APP.Al. the defendant, Jame. this t.pt. 1941 .! than ( .1<<, wits selavd In Hi'edtnr41 I _
Co. p"rt. July 23. foriielng
IVIKNTION 1(9lilulslER ,
,nomy rv1ce and Ol" In requited to appear I to the r Jim 601 Mnillson, Avenue. C..nly. 'h.rhl. 1'4.
engaged To Jamen Stroud. whose residence .ybltor of
are 'nr..11 : ( IIIIOIMMM
we .
Dlvone filed against him Bisdfuril, 1'lor.lila ,. t..I"
.hl'h at IM 626 Ol"nwood Avenue At I 49'l't'Fl OK I\IK>'i'll TOBi At COlnlYi Notion$ I I. hereby gl\en that the 9 1R30I. !
Thin Order to he published otli:
this 21rd of
.Iay ,
lanta. UeorglaIt week for four o".e :<.l'4l$ Kit FU'TIMOIN IM under the lr.yl.l.n. !lt'II.,. that It Is Wthtl..
consecutive u"I.'al..I.
Ir'5r A".nle." CountY Fla. la hereby ordered that you are In Bradfcud County w..k., NcitUo Is hereby given that the -- 201163 1-awe i.f ,> W. ...' ( < _
It the said bUBlness.. owned required to aPI.eo. cm the 3id, day publlnheu In Haiti Brad.a anderslgned, under the provisions NO'I'1C'H OK I\'1':VI'IO" ''OU.C.I"'I'II Acts of 1041, will I register :hrl HieCleik lbs Stale Beverag l 1'.I"rlm."t 0 40
In"llalton of November bvfoie n.\.1 or ('iiioter SOHfiS. Law : .. sell _
,p.ale" by the following 11141 the "n"nly.10IJ'll'I4 of 'lo.lda. : : KKIIIIOIH N I MII of the Clicult ( .llrt ""orhl.. Tallahassee, FI.rld. to
above entitled to the bill of Acts of loll thai the .nt the above described at
court J. wl r"'ol.1 wlh th. N.I.. I. h.r.hv given for ( .IIIy. pl'Ip.rl y
"d P. O. Box 211, complaint filed against you In the t ( t1A. It Thnma. Clerk of ITTe lltl Ind..lrn.d. uld., I h. provision I I 11'II.t n.un. J'lorhl" "Uhlt sale In front of the Court _
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above entitled and "Br..HordCounty 1'' Court. for Brndfoid Flo.'lla! th I )' at at 10:00A.
) cause; II. John A Son, tl.rk. "o'hl. :
,,4144'ke'., rie, Bradford County Florl Telegraph" {. h..hy designated Sta'k.1941. Florida, September'9-26 41 18th, fictitious of ) Acts of 141:\wiif! :. aI.I.t :h"I; : un.I.1. which we ar, engaged and M Oi 1.1.1.. 1 _

l l' day of October, 1941. a* the newspaper In which 10-1 Tip Tip Grocery or Tip Top SuperMarket (lerk of the Circuit Court. In business nt The Slate .. Ueparlment of
Ill,ith 10-24 thUs order Khali be published. once for I Bindfoid 1 : ('(I II: t y. I"loi'da. I th* \\ashliiKlon' Nil.eel.Htarke. .lnrl.l. reserves the right to r*.

a week for 4 consecutive weeks. 'IKK OF* IN'I'KN'I"ION '10 umlvr which we are' engaged and fictitious name of Bradford County. Florida Iny and all bids.

WITNESI my hand and the Heal It Ii.: IC rsut Kit"I'1111)1 \ \>IHNotice dolna( : business at "1)IIMhl. That the said i business In owits'dal All persons claiming% any eight, or
OF INTK.'VTIOV TO of thl. cOlrt at flnrke. 1'1011,1. heirbv given that the 113 East Call Street IIHI.. ".. ai". engaged anil
OTI E: 'H"1'1'I'10 1'H NAMIl Ihl. 11h., day of September, l. $ Ind.r the pto> lalona Starke, lira J font ('0.1Iy. FloridaThat business at \>.rt.al: part 'thereof are hereby re.
,hlon:1 given that the4It1,4I 1941. und.rN1r".d.20 w. of Florida, the said, liuslnesn Is owned Bond I 13.Slnrke Carl tl.rk. Fla. 'iulre.1 tn appear and ti> make' such '
14ve I hereby under the provlalona (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Acts of I.t.r will register with the nnd opeiatod b) the following In. I ti'sl ford ('oti Ii I y. "'Iorld,.. At Htnrl'e, "uunIY" Flor.Idii claims wIthIn .Ihlity (30) day from '

I Law of Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court.A. Clerk of 1'4. Cliiult Court. In and terested parties That the said business Is owned this 2'lrd ilsyif "1941. I the .dute of the first l.uhll'atI ot

lot, .'l" 201151 vlll register with the Cnrnot, for Hi..ad fold th. County Florida. the C. II. ;u.wlrthv. PtaiUe, Fin. and operated by the f.lowh't In..eiested 1..t Ibis notice ss provided ..0. : .
l. In an.1Iratord 9.19 4t of At IIark. County, Flor.Ida parties: tion I 13.:h Chapter I IV10I') Lnwa otHMorlils
al Court. ( name
if the Iln.ul Florida the 1lllltf' Atorney. 10-1.thlllolH I '" Lunch I I hi. 23Id., ,day ot Sept. 1941. A. llartmunii. Him 4IS. ,o'rl'l'1' OP IVIKNIICIX. : 0.1'1.1..1 I mail. the Slat Bever. t
CUlnly. At Starke., Biadford" (', II t't.is'u'i.it: Kl< 1 Vt ') age I lippHrtinent\ cf, .'hl'hl.. Tallahassee 3
engaged an.Id.lnl "nlY)10"
,oke l"Tn.Vn.r." Laundry.whlih iv .!.iii: ("inn ir <01 it'r, ; huHlnena Me at ate NO'liftOK l\Tf\IIO\: 10 da, this 23rd, said...h property right .
we are engaged and .n Int'l ti, <'u "iir OK KIOUll (( T.n.|>le Avenue 11":'.i'l'HiI: KIC1IIIOI1MK of Chapter 20133 I. I l.ilws of Kloilda, nnd. tariuliiat, '

hiiHliiess at >\. IN 4. Nil K(lll III \".'Ult 10 SI.rk. Mradforil, County, Florida. .Vollie hereby given I that th* NOIKK OK Il'1 : ''t'IOl IO Aits, of 11141 I, will I lealster with;: tlii* .hI.I I')CVIIBM W Siarborough, I Director,

Call btreet.If ( That the said biiHtnenM, IH owned iiiolsi'slgned, under I the provision MKI.lvll.lt: I'll'I 1 I lbs N till) 1.1..k of the Clicult I I',tuI rt. I In and state' Beverngn Department: ofFtiirldn

Bradford County Fla. 'OI''V.I' \NCKHY and opera 1 led by the follow InK IntereHted of eIUI.t.1 20IID1, I..... of, Florida. Notice la hereliv given. that the ". Biadfiiid Cniiiily, Flculdii, Ih.tlII. Talluhussne, Klorlda.,

.llh. ittid business IM owned Cleo D'Alessandro, parties* Arl. 194. wil rriilster with the the provisions Ion name of '.ll 61 1017oiinrit
I'peraled the following In- Plaintiff.va lInt. it. F. Odom, P. O. Box 5(11. ..I..k of th. 111.11 l'Ilrt. In an.lfor u"t.rMI..d. O 11"1: of Florida, 'I'rl.nulll" & supply ( .

>ird ) No. 1436 SlHike, Fla. Hrnd f oi Ii
|due M Starke Flftitarke Hocco O'Alpe.and'o.. At Marke, Drdro.',! County, KlorIdii fictitious name of "lerk of tTte Circuit;" 'In nnd doing bilKlnesK at AMINO
11. 1111'10"
Coun'ty, FlorihlH Defendant thli 2 Jlil., day of Kept. 141. H"I.r. Jewelry A Army Supply for Brad foul .., thu'ktltlou llitli and herry Mlr..I. 'I ni H t.

let.! ,Jradlord October 1941 OKDBIl OF 8KRVICKNOTICES .. Army fttore, name County of .Sttmrltm. U.K."ofil .,, ITI...,.!*!.,.!...n.. The State of Florida lot' Drury, 111 .

lit 1D24loTII TO APPIAI \ori4ii I : TOlil Camp\ Blandlntr, Jewelry # Mill.tary Thtee Fi'lends pHiber Hlv>|> That; th.iuhiuudn.'u'N' Is owned J, I). .n., Jacob Johns, ,

The STATE .OF -:<.l<4' -. 0. 'T.1'10''AMK I l.ad'llartpra. inder which we are engaged/ and and operated .by the following In* 1..II.h.. A. Johns, J. I D. Jones, James II ,
To Kocco GAteseallOro. "nose Notice 1 1"1'1'1'101. I that thettndorsigned n ruler Wt are engaged and business at terested parties: I ll. JoneS Ally Jones, Jesse N. Jones, )
hereby. .I"III
'R OK I TO re.ldenc. Unknown. .. under .Iven provisions doing business Call Street. W. I P. VnnSess llslnesvllle.' Fin.. (snail J, llHti-h, Franklin Jordan.Alliert .

1.I1II-II: Fit" TF"TIO. I I la hereby ordered that YOI are of Chapter 20S5.I. I.awa of Florida HI East: (.1 tlr..I. Hla 13. "Bradford Cmmty, Florida.: John F. $.ii., Ia..."11. kim. II. M 1'h.l. Krunkllu Jordan .

Elite? hereby given' that the required to appear on the ., day Art of 1941, wilt{ register with Templo Thai, the jmlil i business; 1 Is owned At Htnrke, \.I.lt ('" y, Flor.Ida Jr., .. Ialrh. Mrs l.uvlcy

Flgnrff., under the p..vl.lon.apl.r of November A. D. 194 before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In au<' >01 I East "I Hlr..t. gnu by the following I". (this &31.1,, .y II Sept 1941. Hatch, Millie HattIe A.
1''I..t : )
20'i5l'' : Laws of Florida above entt.d the bill of for Uradford Florldu, the 8t rke, Ur.dtord (Cnuntv, Florida. t.r..I..1 I."rt.., Demurest, Alfred 1 H. Williams.I If
lot IHI will register with the against you In the fictitious name(olnl) That Ih. .. business Is ownedami 'v. U 1."d) Jr., P. O, Box C15, 0'.1 IVIKN1IOM TOIIMilMIKIi living, and If any of them b. dead.

i of the Circuit Court In and above entitled cause; and 'Bradford. New Method ,'I.an.r., operated by the following In. HI.rk. 11. : N HMNollne all paul.I .Ialml.. interest under

trdfoi'd County Florida. the County Telegraph" {is heieby cleslg under which we are en united anddlnK tereated piOrtiCtil. ark. III'ml font. County, Klor- Is. 1"1'11'101".Iv.n that theit.I.r.iiinetl any ..h d..I..d. or otherwise Inor

limn' name of nated the newspaper In which business at n.rl""d. land.I.nan.' 130 East Ida. this 23rd, day of Sept. 1941 ( under Ih* I'rnvl.lon.'I I.nda hereinafter described

Hotel. this order .hal be publ.h..d oncea. 115 Temple A".nue.Stark. Call Street, Ila. Chapter 2061 Florida, and unknown person
r xnolla nhkh: we are engaged and week for w..k.; Bradford County, Florida. Louis I'Ia Cast Cal (Acts of III4I, 1, will 1 ::I'I.f with the claiming:: any right till.I or InterestIn

; buidness at WITNESS my hand and al That the xald business IH owned Street l4tarke Ptarke, NOTH'M IVIK'TIOM TO Clerk of the Circuit In and said .lands; which land are sit-
of this court at Starke, Florida, IntereHted At Iradlu'd Cntinty. Florida NAMM 11. lists In Stark, Bradford f'.nly. ."
., N Walnut Street.fc apd liy the for I It ail ford thufi'titlous ,
1"1'1"10'1 Counly.
operated Colowln. ,t 1941. 11.0"1'11 1101.1.
thl. fept.
C, Bradford County. Fla.ut this 1th., day of September. A. 1> !parties: N.II. I. h.r.hy that the nnni of Ilorhl.. and .11"111.0 as tulfW.1 '

I the ,aIl business la owned 1941 E O. 1..lw.rd., Stnrk Fla undersigned ..," th. provision 1 Eastern Auto 1"llnnlu.al 4
[operated by the following In. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, At Iark. H.dfo.d, County, Flor i* <'inn IT .'01 t". lilt ">KoititOINI of Chapter 201153. Laws. of FI.rla. under whIch we 1"PIly.. ... and I I North line: of tt

tnl parties: Clerk of the Circuit Court. Ida this 231 day Hept. 1941. (' -) KMIIIIIIM I.IIAM* Acts of 1941, will register. Wil' th. doing business at Call Htreet u'lh th* West line of
: Waybrlght & < .t the Circuit I and liny Street, City itt *Htarke
B. William, 127 N. Walnut 'ayb.l.h -' '4. IEH 9 Clerk ( hit? West Call Street, .'
i. Plaintiff Ato.n..y. 1-19 4 10-10 Ethel U. Hunley. Plaintiff V*. for Bradford County, Florida! the Htark. Bradford County, Florida. Florida .. North IT degrees

rtlnrke, Bradford County Flor >On< K OF ''T.l.TIO' TOn William II. fendant Fictitious name of That Ilia said business 1 U owned 42 minutes East 32M,t feet 24',/. 5

I.t.. day of October 1941. I IK).IH'IlKH (' AMKNotlco On Monday the 3rd day of Vo- Stark Beauty Hhoppe, unit operated by I the following In. I hence run North II degrees i' 'st
t. In Circuit courth Bradford County, In hereby nrlven I that the y.mber. 1H4I, 'the Wll tinder which we *r. engaged. and leiested. psrtUs minutes West 01.1 It feet theno. f V
10.2 Florida. anc.ry.' Ito.a L. underHlicned I. under the provision limn, II. Hunley d.tNdant In doing business at Vhiceiit H. Hi. John, Mlarke, Fla. run Mouth. 17 ,degree 49 minute -*
.. .. .
King va. Stanley F. King. On Monday of Court Mt ', West 319)4 feet to the North line
t of Chapter J.w. 'Iorld. 11nkn.wn. required. tn appear to North ".. At Starker lltadford County, Florida
run: OF INTFJVTIOV TO'G'n:1 the 3rd day of November. 1941. Acts of 1941 20163c register wih th. the bill for. Divorce filed against Htarke. Bradford Counly.' Florida. this $:trd., day of Sept. 1141.OM4M or Call Street, thence run South
FKTITIOl 14 !NAME the defendant Stanley F. King Clerk of the Circuit ( and him herein. That the said business. Is owned 72 degree 20"minutes East along
given that the whose Is unknown I Is required for Biadford County ''lo.lda. the This order to lie published oncea and operated by the rolowl. In. the North 1 lln uf Call 1 Street II.&
h.r.by rI"a the bill I filed OK I'4Il'1'41'l4l'4 TO of beginning.YOU .
to feet the
I name of week for four consecutive week. terested parties: < point
.rained, .2095 und., Laws the ot provlelonehaptr Florida against This order to fl.tlou.Ilrle. Shop and BradfordBarber In Bradford County T.rl.h.' anewspaper Alma Nate. P. O. Box 201 MlM.f.lNTKIt: Kit;'1'1'111' 1ANMNotice AND K A (II OK YOU, 4
be published once each week far published In Slarke, Is herehy .11.1 that the whether known or unknown ar.h..h. 4
lof Wl, will' with the .Id Urld.t.r"
.e.lat. Bradford undersigned$ under t provision that suit has been
weeks In notified
Jt of tour consecutive under which we are engaged and Starke, Bradford County, Flor- I
the In and
Bradford Court. County Tel..raph. a newspaper doing business at ( Iolnll.OIFJCJAL 8RAM A. J. Thomas. Id.t thl: 23rd, day of Sept. 1941.NOTKM of'I'h lifer 201161. fjiws of FlorIda brought' In the Circuit
[ Florida. the 1 T
County of l will register with lha ,
llous published In said Br.dto.d County.Starke 107 Call Strict and Court Street, Clerk Circuit Court 1941 Court cif n.rlo.;County, Florida

irimount name drill.r of. Florida September 17th A. Starke, Bradford County. Florida. Htarke. Fhrt.Iaouguat. 26th, 1 4I. OK mTIHIlOV TO Clerk of, the Circuit Court, In and .;; No, I :
ownedand for Bradford ( the ro/' % .1 I Burlo A. .
D. 1941. Bald business I 'o"lty. II"rlda. .a\i
which and That the "' MAMK J.I.
| we are engaged (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomw b the following Interested 26.4 10-1 IIKUIHIK.lt KM Til 101 I fiiiioiis name .
l luislneHs at Clerk Circuit Co u r t. BradfordCounty operated ) Notice I la hereby. given that the Tlo Tn, Tap anl O.I..I..n. and each and alsiv .

i W. (.1 Slr.e. Florida. 9-19 10-1' .te, Fla. IV TIIK ('IU'II'I'C'olnT IX M) und..lln..I. under the provision In..1 which w .I/.d Alvare and )Annie Alvarea, '
N. Fla.Ml 4 H B. "I..rk. "ta.ke.. Flop.Ida I I TFI..ntUA V. 209&S. Laws of Florida.: business at Edwards and Hall Ed
inn-Kali! business I I. owned I At Itark. Hra.lor.1. ,1941. FOi HI'U"'OID Acts of 1941 will{ register with .Ihe I I III Steel Call Mlr..I. : I"w.hrJ' wits are ,defendant, ;

Ivprrated by the following In- Bradford County. I d.y & Flnrldn' : Clerk of the circuit Court, In and "I.rk., Bradford County Florida I :the relief sought In said suitIs I
i"l parties: In Circuit Court. Dorothy ,- 11.1.Is hereby given that on for Bradford County Florida the the said business Is own.,1 .to quiet and confirm plaintiffs'

Hiding Center, Inc, Starke Fla. Florida.In.' W. Chanceiy.Lester Carver, On OTICK Of I TO the 2tth! .day of October A. 1. 1941. Fictitious name of and operated by the r"lfwln. In. till I to: said above described landas

l.ne D. Connell, I'res, Starke, Carver v* Srd 1941. the Ii 1:1.I Wi'EII 'T'T'O'* 41 Iii at 10 o'cloik A. M, or a soonthereafter Starke Auto furls terested parties: an Indefeasible fee simple till,
Monday, November 1""I'r'OI I can be heard under which we are engaged and. Al I l-iiioff Stark t" boundaries
wliot.9residence that the as same and lo ,
|" Ph H Arnold. 'Freaa, Starke, defendant, W. L..I.r Carver, Georgia la Notice In .under. Ilven provlalon' the undersigned Intend to apply doing hu.ln..1 at A, Schneider.: .k.I'I. thereof: .'.I"hl.h ar f hereby required

la Haielhumt the bill filedagainst I J und.r.lln.d.20953. Law of Florida.Acta tw the Honorable A. Z. Adklns a 161 Court 81 reel At Slarke, Ir."r.r" ,, Flor. to appear ( personally or by
I.Otark!"' Bradford County. Flor. required to appear to This order to of 1941. will register with the Judge of the .circuit Court at his Btarke Bradford, Counly, FI"'la. 1.11. I this. 23rd., t Sept, 1941.MoritH .turn.y. In said Court and csus*

I'nisiBt., day of Otob.. 1941. him herein. for fourconac&utlve Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and offk'. In "nak. Florida, for ..nord.r Thai the said business I I. own..1. .n 1. ,., 20, 1 1X41, or the .1..a.
I It be published following Inti'rested
10-24 cka.wrk Bradford 9 the authorising, the undersigned and operated by the tion of plaintiffs' sworn
w for Er.dto'd .Iounly. 'Iorld. to adopt /.be.l.on.. ""rt. : OK I'4'I'4'l'IOV TOptluus'I'p'ht Complaint will I b. taken ss confessed -
County Telegraph a new.paJ.rpubl Hob.r I'.rnel W. P. O. Hoc 213 : KII'IIIIOI 4 A
Th Bradford
1 *
minor. .001. liy you.
a and Bill 1. )
.Ia"nn i OF I%TF"T.O' TO s h e d in Bradford I..t 'I.rld. we are engaged and Joseph F. Rabeck. Htarke, N m lie Is hereby given that theuinl.rsi.rn.i County Telegraph I I. hereby designated

tU..I.IIOl.S Florida September B-20 J At .Iark. Bradford Counly Flor. uI.I.r the 1'10.1.10"* a. the duly qualified newspaiier -
lice Is that the 1941 doing biiKlnenn. at 4 0.1 day of 1941.OTI4M of .f *.
flIgned, Thomas Ida I Jrd. "ept. Chapter 21961. I..w" ...11. In which this nolle shall I b.published .
tinder A. J. West .
the provision (OFFICIAL SEAL) .1 111..1. Arts of 1941 register wi thf one each week for fourccinseiullv
haute 20BB1 Law. Circuit Court. Bradford Btarke, TMK (' I IT tot tv. KK.MTIIJl .
of Florida. Clerk tf r.a : ownedand IM 11 Clerk nf Ih* Circuit Court .1 weeks prior la said
*' will r.sl.te. with the County Florida. 9-19 4t 10-10 That said business Is UI'1 1 hit I "'1' OK KIOHlll > < 0. I 'I'J".IO" 10 for ('' Ihe return day.Witness .

i RraHord ot the *'I.ult' Court In and operated by the tolowlnl Interested "AM POIt -BlttllPOHIt I"UI.I FI'TI'IOII ru', Jradlnrl. nar. offerry's. 'nt. IlnrI' my hand and official sealat
parties: that the
County., Florida. the corn T 101 MT1. "' County, Florida
Iou. name of iv F (11'1 11 OF Mina 1 M Grady Starke, Fla IV < JIOlIFilY undersigned, under the provisionsof under which ws engaged and .rk. Ir..torc *
thIs 1941.
tin Juice 1'011''I.UI... Htarke, Bradford County, F'or Law of Florida, Ire September
Siand. 111"101' At Virginia fleer. Chapter 208S3. doing' ".Ina. at OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas.
I Whj.h We are engaged and J. C. JON.ES "I. thin 23rd., day of Hept. 1941. Plaintiff, Acts of 1941 I, will register with Ihe III f all street, Clerk tot Circuit Court,' hiradtrJ 1
I bl"ln... at F, a JtNEI4, ..ntl. wlte.Plaintf. -vs- No, 1412James Clerk of the Circuit Court. In an. Htarke. tired f.ri I"inridn.'Chat I .'hun .
4 Call Hlre.t. I and COttA B ./ his OIKK OK : toIIK I.'. (leer for Bradford County, I Florida, the said i dIJf''I" : I is owned 11.1.rIIa. ,
7; Rra ".rd County, Flo .$H NO. 1300 <... ..: KM OMIt I DefendantOltl'KH fictitious' name otutiy and operated ,h. following Interested Attorneys for Plaintiff
the 111,1 b""''nes ow ned .va- Notice Is hl'r.hyh.n that the : "' FIRVICJ1 m Market. parties
Operated' by the following In. W. C. JONES, et al.. l under the provision NoT< i I': I..a I under, which w* are engaged and K perns "h.I.I".lul'/I.I 411 I Nona 1.1. 6 10.1 -
partlee und..lln.d. Florida' THR STATE OF FU> : doing business at Street,
0t.4I.Notice 20t !H.: .I.rk. 1.
m .kU. ('onneli. Starke, Fla. OF hereby PAHTJTJON given that I the Acts'hl 1941, will I :I'I.f with the To James F (leer whose residence 226 South Walnut Klreet.Htarke i'lnrlta.Thd Nlik I..n... Noim Utreet, TIIK tiiti't I'r <'01 IIT. KH1II'MlJIIM4I4I I'
rlar .. Bedford County Flor- will sell Clerk of the Circuit In and Unknown. Bradford County, "'.rk. ( Illlllr OK rl.ONMM. -
I let. day of October, 1941. undersigned Commissioners the highest for Bradford County, Florida the It I la hereby ordered that you .1. the said business ow.1and At .rk. Bradford County. Flor IM .4 '1 KOH IIIIAItKOHl*
4t U-ti at public auction, to at I the fictitious name of required to appear on the 3rd, day operated by the following In.terested Ida, I his 21rd day of Sept, 1941.OK 401 H't.
bidder for before the
and best of, November A, I' 1911 parties:
IV <'IIA'4'l.ltVIletiy :
County Court House I n Stark' *. A. M Darby's.under engaged and above entitled. court, to the bill -if lily II. Hale, Htarke. Fla.At Fo liner, "
of are
IRII ('OIV1T. Florida during the legal hours which we against you In the Stark, Bradford County, Flor 4O'rU'lt limTIOV: TOHI.UI4IKH

1 I FI.OfllI,".. RR"OFonD sal on Mond.y. October *lh. 1141, doing business Street at above complaint. fled causi', anrt 'Brad. Ma this 23rd, clay of 1.pt. 14. : PII'IIIIOI I 4 4 tIltNoties .vs.M .l'I.lnttt.I I No. *1431IV
tract ( that the
following a* one .1 Telegraph" I I. hereby Is hereby given
the premises 21
I. Florida ford County J. Fiitmer,
County, .
1""PhY.' ) In undersigned, under lbs provision
; Nancy El Ir.dtnrd th k
Plllntf. "commence Section That buplness Is ownedand designated halr.b' NOTK' 'I"T.1''fO' TO of t hauler 20HAJI, Laws of Florida' 1..t.nda"I.
div at Quart.1 th. .1.1 publishedonce :
'r'. Monday of Sec. by the following In- which 0 *MH will with the OIIDFK: Oe" MJHV'I
?' East Boundary operated for 1..II.:1 "U'TI'.IOI. Act of 141 register
nilaii A': v Nov.mb. 14.Pink the Corn.1 on< 8., n 22 E.. th.nc. run tereated parties: a co..ecutv. Nol. that lbs Clerk of the circuit (Court In ..1 Nto'rit'i'I/ TO 1'11"11 4.ift.
Murphy. Twp. .
31. "l
,X f. ; Derby North Cherry the pr..I.lon.It.t The STATE
89 '
I. thence run John "wiTNKHS hand and the seal und.r.lMn.I. "nl.r for Bradford ( .unly. the
required to appear to North 061 ft. my "Inrl"a. To .:. J. .. residence
bin Law of .h"
or minutes{ West 466( ft., to Slr..t.l.h. Hturke, 20 : flctltloti* name nt "ulm.r.
40 st :
filed of this court \ .
degree la
Vrni against North Cherry Ilorlla. i 11,1k
thence ru n A. Darby 1941. register 'rllha. l.'iis'a Beauty Halou and Press 11.
hojJ\ :
beginning of
of .
I point West this' 24th day Hpl"mb.l. Clerk the Court It I I. hereby ordered that you are

"k order fee tour to k" Published once outh 89 thence degrees run 40 North minute.73 ft.thence .. 8'At"ntarke, Hradford County Flor 1941. SEAL) .A. J. Thomas. for '"rd C'olll, Florida thefictitious Shop under which. w. are engaged and required lo appear on the 3rd, day
Consecutive 242 ft. of Hept. 1941. (OFFICIAL of November A. D 1941 before the
tra4flrd w..k. day
thence run ida. thl* Court. name doing business at
'DC11eC' cou1t" Telegraph. a run West 710 ft. East 2rd. Clerk of the Circuit Park Theatre, Call Street. above entitled court. In the bill of
PUbilMhed In Bradcounty. South 1 degree 30 minutes John 8 Cowles complaint filed against you In the
.Id which w* are engaged and Florida
ft, Htark Bradford County,
69J TO under
115 ft.. thence run East %OTI K I'TF'TIO' Attorney.2 above entitled cause and "Bradford
4 J.1
Pll'IAL 1lalntff' huslrtes at ThaI i the said business I Is owned
n.. to doing
SEAL 204.3 is
) A. J. Thorn. thence run peIdel's'rEIa 'U"I'I'rOII ..?. Walnut Street and h" following In. County Telegraph hereby designated -
13. thencerun that the
trite Clerk Circuit Court. ot way of State .U.hw.,24 Notice Is he.by .I..n iv TIIK r'incur (01 K?. EUolTI St.k. f.drord County. Florida. terested fP..I.partiesMr. a* lbs newspaper ,, which

Florid. September 29th.. North 60 naln\t. und.r.lln.d. provision Florida, ( OF That business I I. owned .. W, B. Mundy, Jr., this order shall b. published once
weld State Highway I. 2i'I> 53. iJtw. of .1'UI'I"L 'RC'II1 ttarh.VIa.
10-3 1024Ph.f"1" East along ', A" BflAIJFOhtDO1NTY. and by the following in.treted a week for 4 consecutive weeks.WITNKSH .
will, the
4 to point of beginning f"Iho'pm 1. register with "Oi operated my hand and the seal

:tRi1 n8.1 f. % of : Clerk th. Circuit Court In and (' f'fU ,cr.Hr N. patal'W. '' Corner Jefferson At Htark, Bradford Counly, Florida of this court at Stark Florida,
I" 1941.OTirH
COt'RT. RRAnFORDt. : '-r-r Florida. thefictitious this 23rd. day of
PI.Oi4JD.&IN tHAN- and n :.tnf 1r for Bradford County of ,, Kemp Morgan. and Tempi Wlreets, Hlarke, Fla t.pt. this 17th, day of A. D.lOtrriciAL .

".' and name ft.V. Han K. StraIns North ChurchStreet *141.
'"' I Quarter rV-etton la.nol. Fish Market. PI.lnt No Hit Stark* Fla. J HITKHTIO TO URAL) A J. Thomas,
p.. "- PlaIntiff. ".. Corner on East boundary of Wee w* are engaged and Hla.k. Bradford County, Flor. HKC.IaTKH .1''r'lll 1 ,) Clerk nt the Circuit Court
.nd.r Morgan.oErfeii At
the Zrd! ". Defendant. On 32. Twp. I 8, H. .: E, and run bnslnen at Kaye this 23rd. day of Hept. 1941. Notice Is that the A. I*. Carnot
tl' ... j day of November thence North 261 ft. thence South ."F SERVICE Ida. undersigned, under the provisions' Plaintiff Attorney 9-19 41 10-10
!0 Weat Mary F. Phelan 88 degree. 40 minute West 351.1 ft. Starve,0Brad'fSTd' County Florida TO APPEAR of Chapter 20963 laws of Florida' ,
la 20th St.. New York to right of way "' MtAt. Highway That the saId business I. owned NOT" fUMlUA: 'eo'rltt'; or I"TJ.TIO' TO Act of 1911 wIll i register with the '
OF < IM4lir cot NT. HRtle-
'n. D'Ilr"d to appear to the It thence run South 8O degrees 24 of and operated by the following In. THE To whf.. r.ald.n..: R.UI..FR .u..I.rIOI. .*. 'E Clerk tit th. Circuit Court. In and IV VOlt TIIH I) I tat 4'rY KL.OMIIM. IVt
filed said right "rl.n.
'n. asalnst her minutes West along ter.al.d : Carolina caCe .I..n for County, the
part. I. Rock 1..dfo,1 .101.1. II NKHY..
*3. 1231.9: Stark.. Fla. undersigned, under provision
Highway O. 'F. th. '* of
C* "r'rn.0 b* Published once way, of St.t. South 2 degrees 14 At lur.l.. ( ou"tIor. of Robert Marshall not.1 are of 1*. Law of Florida, A A ('ate. Janl f). Dickson,
thence IHark.
A"d, "to"r consecutive week ft.minute.. Ea.t 8476 n.. thence *<,th. Ida Ibis Urd.. day of Sept. \$41. It I. hereby to appear nrd.r.d on the 2rd you. day Ads hlO'\ register with the umlsr.which w* are engaged and vs-Plaintiff, ,
1J9Jn. required Court. In
? a minuteS Clerk Inislnes at
E..t the lr.11 doing
Cl: PUblahed Tel"c..pb._'< 79,. del..e. 1 of wa)r.hof.1a-jArr.i J 1' TIlE (IHTI IT <'Ol KT. FfoHTI.IUI'I'I. of above November entitled A.cn.rt.D. 1141 to the before bil of for fictitious Bradford name(:of ) ,I.rlda Ik. 1 112 Thompson I,. .1.ft.l Morris lee Defendant.OKDKIt Dickson. ,

Pll Railroad thence / ; C lUll I'T OF FI.OI. complaint filed against you the Bradford County, : ttf BLICATIO.V AND
railroad Salon,
At ) A. Lady Fair Beauty ls 'dand
3. Thomalirk East along and the said business >
3$ minute thence .'\0 KOK IH'.UI. above entitled cause; "Jra. engaged and NOTH'B TO APPEAR
lerk Circuit Court. under which y* are o by I the
of I3sl-7..r
right I.nlnlatel Cot "TV. ford County Telegraph" Is h..hY business at .rat.t tolnwln. THE STATE F VIAIIIIA: To
da September 29th., 89 degree 2$ | doing terested : '
South ( ve'tERY newspaper Morris I. Dlrkson. residence
run designated a vrii>
10-2 4t n. 2827 feet to point of beginntng I' d.1 shall be published West Call StreetStarke Mr*. M .:. Mlxon, I'. O. Rox 2S2.Htarso. N CIt .
: West and Jt, Two Dlly. Jones I..rh.lm.r. which this < Bradford (County Florida./ I is Camp Bragg,
( In Sec. 3 .. for 4 consecutiveWWITNBSH Via. 1 is hereby Oidered that
bln. : exeeptiflg lnlf. nn. a That the said I la owned ( Flor/ you
business Bradford
and At Htarke.
aforesaid. "lnt
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11 OI'RT. HHAtFOHD and .,.. are rciulred to appear on November
following interested
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"" therefrom the following: I'jf.'lf William '1. DterheiinerIpefendant. my hand and the .ea: and fp..1. ) ida. this :23rd. day of Sept. 1941.l Ird A. D. 1941 before the ahovo

.I 1."hI 1.- (11":. S... at Il col. U ."d .f tithe court at Htarke, "10110. Mrs. A.parties Hartmann. Htarke. Fla. entitled court to the bill of ciomplalnt

F" Loif.'". Plalnttf. ".. c"Pton. N1'' ff Mec.of con 'PIR (( spnvwpi this 24th day of lpt.mbr. At Htarke. Bradford County, Flor. 90T1'l: 0' OPPi.I'OTItJN filed against you In the above entttlsd -
ot way
right NTl"H Tf APPEAR 1.096 InKED: cause, and Bradford County
? 2- 01 run w..t 1941.OFFICIAl. thin 23rd. day of Sept 1941.
I. ''h th"r Sri dar f November.. ." 13. thence In said a Xn.lh. THE H'TATBOF FIX)R I>A : ( I.Ar A. / Thomas. Ida e.... Mill %.. l 43)NYI'i"H : Telegraph I Ie hereby designated a.
j dIrection along O I uerhelm r, who. Circuit Court. n lIVEN the
L"-IJ \ nt Dorothy L.owln.lrfl.vno .a.t.rly where To William Clerk tl. IM HRKKIIV duly qualified newspaper->
I1*"., Place. Kew 01 way S$9 ft. to the pint residence. Ioa Baker Avenue, John H Cowle HOTICI") OK MTKVTIOV TO THAT Foster Hhl Smith and Mary which Ibis Order shall be published
t4 t.L* '"''and. N. Y. I. r.- sid right ot way cro... 01 F..t L'tica. Nw Plaintiff. Attorney. '.2 4 117 ltr-C.MTK.il rlCTITIOIttMK Anne Smith holder of Tax Certificate one a week for four consecutive

to *". bil' for line of said SW'. ot SE'. to oiitlof .1 1.hereby ordered that you ar.required Notice I la hereby given, that the Numbered respectively, 111 week
I. led .. her thence run South 1.4 It.ese.plon) to .ppea"r on the 3rd dayNovember or IVTUVTIOV 'TOMKtiIC'fYlL und-rslgned. nmler the provision Issued the 7lh, day of July 1902; wanes my hand and the sal of

t to.Ina ,.ler.l. ; and also Und I I of A. D. 1.4 before the IWTICE KICTITIOIH 11(10 of Chapter 2O S1. Law of Florida.Acts No. 129 Issued the 6th. day of August this Court si Miarke, Florida, thla17th

., 0,,' consecutive. weeks that be. ot lolowln. lnd.13 I"IIS above .nttle$ court the bil of hereby given that the of 1941. will i register with, the 192.: No. 137 issued the 4thdsy .. day of September A D. I*4UOFFICIAL 11

'9C.ror" ('?0.n a West 01 geld W1p tof.'I'I I ee fl. against you the Notice Is under the provision Cleric of the Circuit Court. In and of July, 1927 and l-lrd of No ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1'
of ,
,ontyl'"h> T.I..ap. wit: hag. .t NW cur. u.i above .au.*; and "Brad. undersigned, 20951. Law ot Florida, for Bradford County, Florida the 37) Issued the tlh. day of July A. Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad
NE% 0 SS of .ald 8e. I ford County Telegraph-I la h r.bydeslanated 01 Chpt. with the fictitious name of I92 t have filed same ,. my office ford County, Florida.

UU8EAH) A. J. Thorn. thence run South 14G )d. thence North I as the newspaper In "" 111. wil re/la.r and Columbia Military Distributors. and have mad application for K tC. Perryman ,
1.6 yd. then. run order shall IM pukllh Clerk ef aad lag dd l. Uue4 Ibereea Attorney for Plaintiff. 9-lf 4t It-It )
*'** Clerk Circuit Court. run East 10 6 watelk this Bradford County. Florida, the under which w* are engaged a*
7d. for
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run W.t for
OrId.September 29tl. .40 ) .,. th..e. and tlrd el-I one. .1 .OD.euU"
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fn fA \ : ,:. '.' Is Responsible For The Continuance[ of Uncontrolled and ":j

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t"" ;':' .;'t" ness In Bradford County ;::': .

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,..rI I '. The Majority of The People Who Voted This, Now, Thoroughly Unsatisfactory and ,)
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", Costly Restriction Have Since Left Us. ," ;?. I
Y,; I, : We Hold No Issue With THEIR Wisdom and Judgment As It Concerned THEIR Time. ) .

Ati We Do However Feel That WE Are Entitled To The Expression of OUR Own ,:;': '.

v'i Present Opinions As Guaranteed By Our DEMOCRATIC LAWS! :{
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I KI ,' We Believe Only Good Can Come From An Honest Election To Determine Whether ::; .

11 ,..: '. This Archaic Law Shall Continue. ," ,:, /",

Y t >..' : The Placid Acceptance of The Violation of This Law Is Not Only A Form of : :; :

n ttb n ''i,, Hypocrisy But Leads To A Further Breakdown of All Constituted Law and Authority. ;:
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;1 : The People of The Entire Nation Recognized This Fact As Proven By The OverJ 1,

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FLA. STATE FARM' C7/ /? s OCT 3 1941. .

: Side Ily E. It. Homier Jill! Lalllera LOI.lleJ.

Kh e r etnnne [\IRS GODWIN. HOSTKSS .

Entertaining her club with a ,5.i?

dessert bridge party' Thursday
Conducted By Ruby Moore afternoon. Mrs. J. G. Godwin

served rellclous pie a' la
OSE AND I 20 Years Ago node and Iced tea. to her guests

: TR y THIS WEEK Immediately after their arrival.

pOE 17 Rlr1 t 1.t lBy Three progressions of contract I
followed and at their conclusion

Allen 1 Is Awl* another IIOAD BOND ISSl'E .frs. J, R. Kite was found to hold
week h Starke was seething with excitement high score. Mrs. R. P. Stubbins

(bll on the many changes Camilla Bradley over the bond Issue electionto won In bingo. In keeping with the

poem during the past year. be held on October 18 for the times, each of the prizes was a
ke other oldtlmer. Mr.'elcomes EDITOR OFGARDENING 1\ purpose of building Road 13 (first number of Thrift Stamps.

enY the "new'' but U HOME MAGAZINE hard-surfaced highway) throughthe I
give up
hales.to. county.
to ace Members of the local ScoutTroop
All progressive merchants were
rlleirraph's "Prose and The open road calls once more Anne's lace and countless varietiesof taking In the Telegraph accompanied by L. A.I
lots as the first sign of fall coloring mallows space Shepherd, Committee Chairman t
U uncovering urging voters to approve the Issue -
''cohll1ln talent, and we urgedust appears In Nature's garden. Syca-, There Is much: to be learned by The Consumer's Lumber and Bryan \Vhltfleld, Scoutmaster,

spected off that poem or mores, gums, and maples are al ,study natural roadside plantIngs Company advertised: I attended the monthly Court of
and send It In and yellow for one last tug be- We see tall trees In the distance I I Honor of the Suwannee District 1 1V
short story It. and yellow for one last fling before stepped down b y small I "Bradford County 1s an Island Monday night. The meeting was M

n may enjoy Jack Frost strips them of trees and shrubs to form a perfect surrounded by hard-surf need held i In the Scout Hut at Bran-I

BYSTANDER" their fine roads. ford and was presided over by Lee
hMENTAL regalia. setting for the bands of golden 'I
"If not going to put In '
I we are
As we drive along there is temptation rod and mlstflower (Exipato- Montague( District Chairman '
a moment busy man; everywhere. We long to dig I rlum) bordering our highways. In good roads, let's put up signs Lake City. Scout Executive M. G.Joswcll .
this while I can. around our county lines saying conducted the Court of I cc i
me tell up everything under ten feet for many Instances the "shouldor" In '
And growing .' NO TRESPASSING!1" Honor In which several Scoutsof
I a town our own grounds or to'gather a broad green band of turf corresponding ,
branches> of berries and autumn to our lawns; In other "Shal we keep up with therogresa the district were advanced to \
> of the state, or will we I
art up with Jacksonville! leaves to embellish the Interior of sections It Is made of gravel com I higher rank. Scout Leslie Brad- I II .. .
be the BLACK SPOT of Florida? i
not of the local was advanced -
my feelings I'm our ,homes There are so many parable to a walk along the perennial Icy Troop 3
in'- travelers with the same Impulse border of 'home gardens. IAYKSSTKICKLANDMiss' : to First, Class Scout. +r

L.walkln1 'round an' Blgh- that unless we adopt a "look and Here and there Is a splash of Ruby A. Strickland and E. CLUB OFFICERS: KLKCTEU:

leave" slogan our roadsides will! I' white for accent provided by elderberry W. Hayes were quietly married on The Community Club held Its

for the days gone past; soon be a barren waste. In the summer and followed October 2 by Col. D. E, Knight regular meeting Tuesday afternoon ;

ing'thought they'd always This does not mean that our by pencil wood or groundsel notary public. T h a, bridegroomIs with the president, Mrs, L.
I gardens must be bereft of native (Baccharls hallmlfolla) In the our efficient tax Bsse llor. "', Chapman In the chair. Attractive -' '

I t. I don't know; >lants. There are many commercial fall. An analysis of a beautiful Inea Abernathy has accepted a arrangements of fall flow- r V 1e j I'
n happened : growers who propagate native scene Is as good as a course Ir position In the postoff at era made the Club Room festive '
U t even see them go. trees and shrubs and who of. landscape architecture since It reveals '- Jrooker, for the occasion. Outstanding

I at once, like the deacon'sjust for' them for sale during the sea- the principles of good plantIng Mrs Rebecca Alvarez baa returned business of the meeting wall the

ay, son when they are most likely to many of which have practical home after spending the election of the ensuing year's officers -

upped an' pawed I grow. Try growing your own applications. summer In New York with her as follows: President Mrs

'Y wlldllngs from seed gathered as By all means, answer the call 01 daughter Mrs. James Frazee. J C. Wallace: First Vice President -

me standln' In the street they mature and planted Immedi- the open road. Feast your eyes- Mrs. J. E. Futch went to De- Mrs Martin Grlner; Second Thin charming rlilM picture of a little girl and her kitten
|'t know half the folks I ately as nature does. Wild Iris take photographs-but leave your. Land Tuesday to be with tier husband Vice President, Mrs. L. F. Chap 'a' Niuipppd" by M..... Th..... F, Brown of ""..'pton. Tim ubiott | I
easily from seed and offer spade and clippers at home! Remember who Is teaching law at Stetson Mis. J. A. Bou- '
grow man; Secretary \ Mr.
Newt' whose parent are
eet .. her llttl Kr>n In the
as they bloom. that the people car University. Mrs p, D.
many vier and Treasurer
from another worldold ; and Mr. Gordon Wrcut, of Miami.. Betty I I.. only ,I month old.
mgers The seed of buckeye and coral behind you also have a right t< I Fan 1rer, At the conclusion ot .
> Starke a dizzy whirl. bean t will ripen soon and should I their share of natural beauty really like dark polish on myself I the business session the hOl4te/llles but even lit thin early' age the mrncwtneita with which aha rock. ,
kes lonesome yes sir and other women as well." SpeakIng all the trtulwnpHi that
me 1 la embody ?
not be overlooked as excellent additions For answers to your question! for the afternoon. Mrs R. P. Stub her kitty, III'p..r' weans
lossJndon of dress, Mrs. Van Dlen continued i Infant. Ninon time Immemorial.lixMi ?Jr
to any shrubbery border.\on gardening problems send tselladdressed 8 bins, Sr., and Mrs. R. P. Stub mother* Inane showered on their
one side look across- These germinate faster If they stamped envelop) : "I dress for myself. If I bins Jr. served refreshing mind ( SUI'II.t., of children hove .a universal appral.. If you I,

n right back and forth you are soaked in warm water before, to the Service Department, Homl were single and going out to a wlches. and? tea. hU" token any recently, let the Telegraph .N th...... t) ,
bare.ihlng, chow with a girl friend I would uI
II I 610 BlnevllliSt. I
the annuals and Gardening Magazine "
to it, I declare! planting. Among for fall planting are .. New Orleans La, or care o dress just as carefully na If I Mrs J. A. Bouvier left P'rl.lay 1 week-end Mrs Curl: Johnson of In:....:.. INDEX CAUIIS-JOl
I so very long ago flai coreopsis' lobelia skullcap Queen I I this newspaper were going out with a' man, or for Newbern, N. C., to join Mr, Daytona I and Mln Jano Smith of 1*I.lltJrIlmlWOI&U( : COUNT'TlLFOIiAI'11. JI
\ a pleasure then you more so; because women notice and his J, A. Bouvler, Jr, ol Madison and DeLaml.! |II : : f iI

now, more closely than men" Miami for a short visit there wltlher Mr and 'Mrs, J. I* Roblnnnn- '' .

1 up town an' spend your Nails Miss Villa Vida Kllllngsworth son Marshall Bouvler. I turned to their home here Sunday. If Epees Acid eau_ ,J i t I f
on- Women Admit Painting Is using no polish at all at piea- Miss Mary Jo Caldwell was tin' after visiting their son In Winter I i FREE'I ,01 Stomach fUlcer. '.

lat was very shortly done). ent. She really prefers personally guest; of MUses Idalou and Mar:' Garden for swvernl day. j .. Indlf..tlon

I, of course you're richerow To The Dirt! clear polish or none at all; jorle Davis In Starke Friday l ;)' Mr. and Mis. Gerald Cox: andMr. BlortingCasHartburnBekhing, I

| Hide but for "professional leuaons" she night. Nausea,g.t a fr.. sam pl. of UDGA
J. J II. Moncrl spent
and Mru.
: it don't seem right some- Frequently use. dark. It keepsthe Mr. and Mrs. Reese lliadle;)', and a free Interesting. booklet at "
Ockla '
tow, Dress To Please Themselvesprimp. dirt from showing when she were guests 'of relatives on the, wall Saturday River.fishing 01the,. i V I I CAIU'KNTEira: DIIUO STORE I
mi! like someone's dead \J. gets her nails soiled handling the Farm Friday, ,

rile; The terrible truth is out! Then 'she gives another Rita Theatre's cash. L. A. Wiggins enjoyed a atall I I II
whom :
oell all full of Army guys. Q. Miss Kllllngsworth \V. T. CLUTE-
their own admission, some angle to the situation by saying I fishing party at Hall Lake Satur
ie letd them? Yes! Oh. yes In- women By paint their fingernails dark "Women dress for each other do you?" think women diess to duy with friends from Galnesvllli I F.; II. A LOANS '

the dirt! Others do more than for men. Bill's wrongwhen please and Hampton.A listing property !I
II they're Just the ones we colors to hide I A. "It Is according to who It la, We want the on your
hands from lookIng he says that If you dress a of Farm citizens attended ,, 'p
their number
It to keep feel better to wonderful properties for sale
teed. It makes' a woman We have some
"anemic," I S o match their woman, up she's happy anywhereyou "Home Coming" at thi t I I It
t, I've ; dress well. It builds up her self- Real Estate Needs :
as already spoke alone Ina about
her-even sitting Sea your
hide defects In put Church Sunday.Mr. us
and to Raiford Baptist
ruby rings she la well
to know
i much changln' Is no joke., confidence' PHONE 66 Hil
'ler Street now comin' up; their nails. tree-top. dreaded. Some women dress for and Mrs. L. F. Chapman 119 E. CALL STREET 1

t they! have a lot of luck These strange facts came to Asked If she really liked her the one teason and soate another, butI tad as their guests during th-_, \

1'1 It, yes and I'll be glad- light when the Telegraph started dark polish.. __she wears on. dress to pirnse.mysetf." ,- ,
I It seems a little sade an Investigation to determine why fingernails, Mrs. MUnuy repliedMy Miss Lillian Sternl_etg has her --

a storm has come to stay, women;contin1Je to paint their customers begin wish I shades clear nails painted a dark color to Is
iarln' all old nails dark 'colors when it is. a and gradually use darker match her ruby ring! "But I like
things '
Isht to leave some away.ancientark known fact that most men disapprove -until they wear the have dark. A year of It." she confessed' As for dress, Llff'S UI1CR011IOED HEROES "
wouldn't thought
of the practice. ago I she said: "I dress to please the ,1 t
wearing dark polish. I just got ,
dress to
'to make said, "Well general public Women '
It look like Starke Mrs Vida Morgan I at It and now it
used to
ave some marker strong and paint's cheap; let 'em use all they I'doesn't look right without It." please other women more than to c
ttme, want on their cheeks lips and please the men., At a bridge r\\
|r the sentimental few. fingernails; but I don't like It. I I "I think women, and men like party, they try to out-do each .
to be admired by others, both Is there at
other when no man
Idge an1 road an' new bus' believe In people doing as they I
M\oa.\ I If they have time to doll sexeS Without ft-lends and flat. all. If a woman wears. a dress '
that's all tery there would be little to live the second day, a man won't know : .
I to mention recreation, up their fingernails, '
for" Mrs. Mundy concluded but woman no- \ 'L: :
m the courthouse to the right. I don't even get time to the difference, a : '
hill, clean mine!" At this point a lady customer tices It the very first thing.
view In the Aileen Llnsln Koch's. cashIer :
hidden from Mrs.
ward r safely
the school house dress
no When asked who women
YOU can't to Mrs. Morgan said: "I( rear of the beauty shop sen t says she paints her nails dark if'I
please. that she wore "because it's the style. I think
nd i word ,I
a of anonymous
spot on Call or Temple no men on the face
there were
,10ut a dark polish to cover up the dirt!. they look like they are well-kep
jook joint fine osimple. the earth I don't think women
clothes at all. Mrs. Carrie flitch, also of Leila's when they are dark. Light shade ,
get your would wear any deal said: : "As a rule, the girls like to won't go with everything andbe, '
groceries fill great
| youraack. And men dress there up are a women do those things to please the men. sides, when I spend 15 ,or 20 :

y' the more when all right. We have customers who minutes a day polishing my nail
man, an' ball the jack around. When they go out J
dresses and I somebody to know It.
re> I come and look at want
go with luck I trust woods they don't dress up. r
long won't buy until they have gone "Most women dress to 11'
folks excuse dust)! who Is
my :Mrs. G. B. Stanley, home and shown them to their each other or to please all men.

working In the Petite Photo Shop, husbands to see It they like them I'm old-fashioned. I try to 'pleas

said: "I use natural polish. 1 Most of the single girls try to only my husband." -
I AUTO PARTS believe Just like your paper said out-dress the other girls too 1 :

8EJ My husband doesn't like dark +I After all it all goes right backto J. II. COUNTMANCII .l/ I
TIRES REBUILT polish 'and won't let me use It. the men."
GENERATORS AUTO don't think any man likes to
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she wear
LASS with Mrs Guy Sale says CONFIDENCEAT
CASH FORAag the women going around BUY WITH
see she likes
AND can be,,, her nails dark I'
TRUCKS IN their faces red as they and It doesn' ..J
Sy CONDITION. as red as they can them that way POUR IIOMK JEWELER: H
with their Ups make any difference to her .. ,
t'sed get them and their fingernails whether anybody else likes themor
Autos $25 dipping\ with I IIIO.
up like they're I II
looking" not. She says they are "medium THE MAN WHO SERVES AS
blood. "I don't like the red red 13.
Mrs. Leila Mundy beauty shot I or the dark dark" she continued. We Wash Your Car For COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN

PARTS operator, thinks married women IE She evidently dresses to please 75c i I +,

North of 'Powa ua Road IS try to please their husbands her husband for she said: "If Guy I ofCircumstance
their dress and the way they remark about If It Rains Again In 21 Besieged by ; I
makes a slighting I
I chairman 1
,the man who nerves a*
T( one of my dresses, I never wearit Hours We WI1" Wash U committee rushes in heroic
----- again." of any civic

BON D 5 Mrs. L. D. Vining uses dark Again FREE ally to raise a quota,bUild. a busldong.or just ttf;
'NSURANCE A N D_ polish but doesn't like It. (Isn't stllsometickcts..anJlurnscharitystaysathome !

that just like a woman 1)) she ; DRIVE IN' AND LET US Yet hecourageouily holds. to his pur
thatI '
"My nails are so pale
HAROLD WALL AGENCY says look anemic without It, or Iwouldn't FILL YOUR TANK WITH pate as doggedly as some hold to their pur e. t,.
C. "
wear It at When you are approached on civic
Mrs. E. B. Simpson and let the .,
drives loosen your own purse
took pencil In hand and
Constant Service Over 50 Years wrote Jewelry In the scribe's note book j SHE'LL GAS I money flow. Then with a bottle of smooth,

I the following: "XX?.lib-??!!."I mellow,dry ]AX r. ar.the Drink of Friendship '

Starke or something very similar and YOU'LL GET MORE for your companion you can relax at 'T'
Phone 146 said, "That's what I think of the MILES PER GALLONGOODYEAR peace with the world! thankful you live in

men who are bothering themselves rich with blewing richer in the
women's fingernails I can'tput a country
of in our good J American wa -'
I It In print!" privilege giving

Mrs. Jimmie Van Dien wears .

her nails dark because "My nails
Co. Imperfect. I'm a professional' ,r
Life Insurance TIRES
manicurist," she says. "Ive workedIn

Hollywood on the movie stars. AND BATTERIES MORE POPOLAR EVE T BAY (
Imperfect probably .
nail are
from nervousness:' Then she wentto JAX B r for th fir t 6.

or "I. STONE W. R. (BILL) ALVAREZP. the trouble to remove entirelythe months lncr d mor than BEER

dark polish from one of her tight tlmmt th* nation*! av r ft union
308 Starke Florida GAINES SERVICE t/i Florida v rc*'
O. Box astir, showing those tell-tale whit twice
spots and streaks that the average STATIONOn Say "Make Mln Jax you Can't lay a Sttftr fet> "

SEE US TODAY-TOMORROW IS layman"I probably attributes would to nervousness.buff my Temple Ave. JU MENU! COMMMY Ji. ..II. FUr.41 V Any r/ic* '

OFTEN TOO LATE nails, but It Is out of style. I

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} Announcement Cord' illness In the Alachua.' Kihan Hellbrunn.Rapp,...Floyd...1.1 Tlf W1ggIns Mrhoal. Ills- ford(OFFICIAL/ Counly.SEAL) A. J. Thomas to County four be consecutive published Telegraph weeks a. newspaper(In, Bi-adfoid pub.It.b..a I| the Reedy, defendant whoa residence Patrick Is 887 > Telegra In said hRrs week. sea In c ndt...."",

County Hospital. I wlah to extend twirl No. IS I IU Clerk Circuit Court. (In ald Bradford County Shatto Building. Loa Angeles Cmtornla. Florida rd< h
I Tt. Stnrllnir, Kddle preen, P. D. Stark Florida October lit, 141. Florida* October1ft.. 1941. ( In required" to appear to 8 Plen'b.r !)
+' I would'Ilke to announce to my my appreciation everyone Reddish W C. ('lemons.Rising. i 10-8 41 10-K I IIV Stark HKAI.) A. J. Thorns., the suit for divorce filed against lMirlC'lAL! tll
''t''. lends that I hav sold my and to announce that we expect ftpvrlal Tut Nebool ] I (OFFICIAL Clerk of Clrcult Cur him herein. Thlji order to be pulilianed I' $ ICE.\t" .
to re-open in Starke aa soon IMilrlet %n. l(I 1111.\011'011)) 10-3 4t 10-24 I once a week for four conI(I It Florida COurt y'1Yq'-

,rocery store to the former owner able to. be at Britt Alvarea. iOmory Lewis rilUTIT' CorilT. 'H.t11-! t ;;....
as Mr McCord la Harry Lewis, Floyd Crosby.Uruukcr. CO %T''. F1.0lllltl H l' I M 1
I Mr. M. H. Carter, due to Mr. McCONTAINS home. He /Is Improvingnicely.. Npeelnl Tax" Mehul I I IIllntrlet (ICit Y. In Circuit Court Bradford Countv,
I No. 114 1 MrCullr Lou
Unnie Fog Florida. In Chancery. Emma
Mi's. T. M. McCord. Walter Crew C. A. Crosby Lea Plaintiff Prlttera, plaintiff... Leonard Herbert -
r.... lalney, W. H. 'Harrell.Hoard .va- fane. No. 1472 Prlttera alias Thomas L. Pure
II \ la Circuit Court, Flradford County of Public instruction of George M. McCulley, vie, defendant. On Monday the Srd HALL'S STOR
i ,: NO ALUM,THERE.It 1 Florida.-In <*hanc..ry. Ituby J. Kmdford County Florida. ORDKSP"PUBLICATION day of Nov..mb.rJ.1941. the defendant -
8. K. Sparks
nixon.VP- Oordon W. Ulxon. On (OFFICIAL REAL) I Leonard Herbert Prlttera.alias .
I 3rd lull, the Chairman. AND NOT1CK TO APPEAR TnomAi U Purvld, whose residence
W. Dlxon/ la re. W. K. Mlddleton.secretary Stare, of Florida to: George M. la Unknown la required to
d r
It hill for and County 8uper- *20 South Street. New to the suit for divorce filed .
/ I to the Mile
ciulriMl to appear McCUIl..I'fr. I 1-2 South of Starke
dlvnrca filed against him herein. Intent 10-3 Bt 10-31 New York against him herein. This order to On Gainer
Thla order to be pul!>lI..hed You are required to appear on be published once a week for four
jj*" week for four cone.cnttve November 2. 1941 In above named consecutive week In Bradford Road
i a
I( \ one weeks. In Bradford County Tel- I" ('IIU'W'IT ('DI'RT nuti>K published In I << STY, FI.OHI"I l'> ('''AN- peeks divorce and custody of child. I llHhad In said Bradford County,
:-rJ'hhra a f.newspaper County. Starke.: Florida ('":UV.Walter Bradford County Telegraph shall Starke, Florida. October lat 1941. :

October 2, 19(1.OPKiriAL I W.Plaintiff Tullla., weekly publish l 1I..ue"thin Order In next four I,I (OFFICIAL SEAL Clerk; ) of A.Circuit J. Thomas Court.. FRESH BEEF LIVER, Lb

( HEAL) A. J. ThornaHPlerk witness hand and official neal
10-3 4t 10-24
-VK- Cane No. 146}
i't" County Circuit, Florida Court 10-1: Bradford H 10-24 Lillian Hodkln Defendant.ORDKK TullU. Bt 29. Starke 1941. Florida this September I I STEW BEEF, 15c Lb 2 Lbs
In Circuit Court Bradford r"'ntv,
(OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. 3. Thomas
I Florlda.-In Doris Frances
Aa Clerk of Bald Court.
\\1 Circuit Court Bradford ANO! NOTICE TO APPEAR Reedy va. James .Patrlck Reedy.
In th State of Florida to: Lllllan Uod- knight Knight, i Guaranteed Fresh Hamburger
; ("utility, Florlda.-Yn Chancery. ..Order I kin TulllM. No. Sit N Robinson St., Starke' F.' $: Lb .
;ri ar. kIt. .
of 8 rvlce. Notice to PP I'ennnylvanla.. Aar for 10-3 4t 10-24
I II of Florida. Hanfurd N.Plulun Lbo 35c
: The State
I Monday I You are to appear onNovember Public Stenographer
VII. !Susie! Pinion tin er4're1n; named
above In Bradford County
Circuit Court
November. t 4l.8unl" .
: the Ir" day whose of rcHldenoe lAtlanta 'ourt and cause, wherein plaintiff/ Florida. 1 n Chancery. Wilborn :Miss Carol WhiteIn
I Pinion Round and Sirloin Steak
seeks divorce Bradford CountyTelegraph Enetha Wright. Lb
oll-pkotphat* I leora-la.' 77 Baker street, Wright plaintiff va. 1 .
tho hall publish thla OrderIn defendant,> On Monday the Srd day -

doubl.acfingrPtt. sill fors divorce required fllod to against her next four weekly. laauea.WltneKM of Knetha November Wrl.aht.1941 whose the. residence defendant In W. T. Clute's Office I 2 Lba 47c
hand and official
nrder to bo published my
Send for NEW booklet containing herein. Thin
dozens of bright Idea to Improve once a. week for four coimecutlve neat at Hlarkt'i Florida, this September Route :3. AxHon, Oeorgla. la requiredto 319 East Call St.
It your baking. Addras.: Rumford weeks In the Hradford County Telegraph I appear to the suit I for divorce I Small Native T-Bone"Lb
: Baiting Powder, Box V, Rumford. R. I. a newspaper. ptibllxhed In (OFFICIAL, HHAL) A. J. Thomas filed agalnAt' I her herein. ThIs order _
....I. Bradford County. Florida. AH Clerk of paid. Court
I Iii 1rke., Florida. Oct. 2nd 1941.OFFKMAti David J. Lewis THESE UNCLAIMED RADIOS WILL
". ( SISAL A.; J. Bradford Thomas J.+cksunvllle, 1 Fla. UNLESS OWNERS CLAIM THEM WITHIN TWO WEJ.SN.n. : PORK CHOPS, Lb .
r Clerk Circuit Court, Ally for Plf. 10-S County Florida. 10-3 4t 10-24 _
I Make Card Na. Dste Ilrnagbt I. t1t.d.1! 8.rlal No.
Shoulder Clod Roast Lb
ix fillet IT roiicr miAiiFnnn
26, 41 s7o4waC.
Boating. Gable n C A None May -
Bradford County .
In Circuit "Chancery. George W. ( 01 M'l.. *-.onii>Aien '% 1\1. 81..kl"Au".matic 156 June 27 41 9n"a94Parker "
f'I"rldll-ln F. Hill, Defeotlant. CRAY.Nona Fnda R7 June 21 '4) 0/BRILID 169813 VEAL CHOPS
Hill.l Plaintiffv Ivy Beatrice: Price, Plaintiff va. 16'41 Lb .
Gatest'hevrolet 922 Juno _
I the Srd day Floyd
On Monday D Defendant. =
: Murphy Price On : =
Pollee Emerson 317 July 16 41 Ra-a7o2642
' D. 1941 the defendant ,
A. ,
: Bathing .f November. Ivy F. Hill IH required toagainst 1941' arhh'r": day of. :: mbeD,. "Stamps" I-Ipllrton None March 1''41 Polo Club C228047Wllks
Slh..rlon. None May 111 41 8163 1011.199-1 VEAL STEAKS Lb
bill filed h..rhe..ln. Jack"onvU\e.\ .
appear to the Ptlre, of Florida, la Rlmp..on. Admiral Nnne April 30 '41 HP"MII63se _
Thla order to be publishedonce required to appear to the bill for
" : week for four competitive filed Rredone It C A None May 11'41 P311105
a Divorce against him herein.
' ) .. Bradford County. Tele- Knuder 'Ar"ln None May 7'U 17-16314
In Thin order be
l published oncea VEAL ROAST Lb
Bowling \1'l'h.rHon Motorola 621 July II 41 IS1BP [X20588MAYES'
newspaper published. In week for four consecutive weeks __ _
:r.rhhrd f County. Bradford
In County Telegraph a
" Htorko. Flora October 2, 1941. newspaper published In paid Brad. RADIO SERVICE
OFFICIAU SCAN) A. J. Thomas. ...
--- --- ---
: Billiards Clerk Circuit Court 10.3 4t 10.24 .
, / I .
In Circuit Cnurt Rradford County
Florida-Nathan Ka1s. Plaintiff
; 'f the Defendant. On
Bar-B-Q -" Fay Kate
t Katebeis
1941. th.lkdefendant, FayN '
required to appear to the bill filed

; ).. Chicken Dinners against he published her herein.once a week Thl. order for four to j _

l ; County consecutive. Telegraph,'w .. ks a In newnpaperpublished Bradford "Imagine me "

In said Bradford County
Btarke, Florida, October 3. 141. ,
: Shrimp Dinners (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas .
Clerk Circuit Court. 10-3 4t 10-24 ,

In circuit dourt.Bradfnrd County,
:. Cold 'Drinks FCf irl(Tiv In Chancery Annen ('.d..-
iran Plaintiffvn- Timothy Cadotctti. .
Defendant. On Moiyluy, the steering a'
lid day of November, A. O. 1941' ,
the defendant Timothy Cadogan
l : Trailer ParkCottages l Is required to appear to the 1.111filed .
i 1 against him herein. Thla
order to be nubllxhed once a we..kfor
four consecutive weeks In
Bradford County Telenraph a newspaper '
publlHlied In Maid Bradford f\\ IJ .1
J; Cixinty.Htarke. !
) I .
Florida, October :2. 1041. Destroyer -
(OFFICIAL. SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas

i > Good Fishing Clerk NOTICE Circuit Court.OP F.I.KCTION 10-3 41 10-24

The Hoard of Public Instruction
o'. Bradford County Florida hereby
Beer On call. and given notice of an election
Tap to he held on TL'ESDAY. Y .
NOVEMBER 4, 1941 In each of the s t
following numbered Special' Tax r
Hrhool IMatrtcta wall County at -: _p_ ,. y !
the publla school house (for white 'k .
In saeh'said dlatrhttnr ,
each said .dlatrlct to elect three (3) .,' ..
i"f f Meet Your trustees and aaaeno the mllluce. for : 1"
the ensuing two (2) ,.ar.. \ :. '
t,,' For the purpoee of holdlne said "And I've twO raises a..'k' :
Friends At election. In each dlntrlct the following / had :Ply ;, '' a,
nmnawera are appointed./ : .
,,, ,. q
HamptoM. Hyeelal 1a Heliool Itlotrlet '
1\... 3 .. in months 1 1"'f" "
Kingsley Beach Luther Watteraon Lacy Wynn. only eight, I'll say } / .
.... l
lIarooh..1tIatrh. ,, D J. Phllllpx.Slarke. ,. ; i
a Rpeelail Tux" HebMl District
NO. 8 you can't beat Uncle Sam's Navy 'I
LAKE FRONTAMUSEMENT J. U Peek Mallory Thomas, Jim rYOU
I Hcirnaby. Don Hoover.
Lamley. !eelal Tax'" School
( District N.. H ,
A. H. Harley, M. B. Plummet, .. .
.PARK Volley. Reddish I.on I. Hill -
'rt %.......rbll.. Npeelal Tac Hrhvwl DIM l
frlet NO. 10 couldn't ask for greater thrill than there such
Rllery Bapp, Ham Whitehead J. a Where else in the world are

:' On Road 48 Near C*Uraham. VarbrouKh, Hweelal, Tobe Tax Norman.Hekwvl l)l... which a fellow gets when he comes LOOK WHAT THE U. S. NAVY 'opportunities for thrill for fun, for a future

trlet No. It back home wearing a trim Navy uniform. The as in Uncle Sam's Navy?
I' Rufus Johnson Illley \Vadln C. AND NAVAL RESERVE OFFER YOU
: Camp Blanding II. Koberta. Will Mclver.Merr folks crowd around. They all want to know

River ffpeelal No. 12M. Tax: HrkaolHlBtrlet where you've been what you've done. And FREE TRAINING worth$1500.Nearly 50 trade.

O. !Moody Reddish Andrews. and vocations to choose from.
man, do you have stories to tell I
GOOD PAY with regular increases:. You may \

II I:. CLASSIFIED ADS GREATEST LIFE IN THE WORLD earn up to $128 a month.' n

,EACH YEAR you are entitled to-a generous

it! FOR SALE Nice wood heater FOR RENT-Upstairs apartment. You're proud. And you should be. For you've vacation period with full pay.

nearly new. Bargain. Call at .Mrs. S. R. Johns 103 Washington been leading the greatest life in the world. GOOD FOOD and plenty of it.

j, Bradford Inn, north of town. St., Starke. Itp. .And it's a thrill to tell about it;too. A thrill to FREE CLOTHING. A complete outfit of cloth,
: Road 13. Itp ing when you first enlist. (Over $100 worth.)
SPECIAL NOTICE:-W. B. Lan- see the admiration in the eyes of the One and

\ FOR SALE-Medium sized good drum Is no longer a solicitor Only Girl as you tell about the first time you FREE attention.MEDICAL CARE including regular dental .

blocky horse mule. $65 cash. for the Starke Dry Cleaners &:

No trade.-Dan Letterman 1-2 Laundry.--Junlus M. Smith. It steered a Destroyer. Or handled a P.T. Boatat FINEST SPORTS and entertainment any man

; ml. east of Farmers Market. Itp more than 45 miles per hour. Or steppedout could ask for..

ii' AN ESTABLISHED WATKINS in front of your shipmates to receive TRAVEL, ADVENTURE THRILLS-You can't'
FOR SALJ!;- -Cedar lumber some route o f 800 families near your Get this FREE booklet
.:., first promotion. beat the Navy for them!
dressed some undl'eBaed.-AI'a Starke now open. Average $25: '

1,: K. Moltt. C05 W. Madison St.. weekly more for hustler. Want BECOME OFFICER. Many can work for .,
I r.. an appointment to the Naval Academy or Mail coupon for your free
Starke. lip man over 28 with car. Will furnish
the Annapolis of the Air at Pensacola. copy of."Life in the U..S.
man o f good! character "
FOR SALE-Trailer 19 ft. fac Navy. 24 pages fully Ulu -
FUTURE SUCCESS. It's for Navy trained
everythingneeded- to set up easy ff
: tory-built in A-l condition. rated. It answers) all your lyf
business. Write J. C. Lewis men to get good-paying job in civil life.
is Sleeps 4, new tires. Will sell\ questions. Tells what your
J, R Watkins Co., Memphis regular Navymen. will be..,promotlonsand
_', $318 equity for 225.: Must sell Tenn. pay
Itp vacations ..
at once.-A. T. Ball Municipal you can expect. "
I how you can retire on a life *
Trailer Park. DeLand. 9-26 2t
a:, MALE HELP WANTED young incomes cribee) how you

FOR RENT 2-room furnished man 24 to. 30, as assistant store can learn any one of 45 big-

apartment. Reasonable. Phone manager with retail store ex .rtiiN h FREE TRAINING WORTH $1500 pay trades from aviation to
perience. Good opportunity for I IY radio.. .how become* officers. 27 ace: el
113.-Mrs. E. J. Dowllng, N. And all this time many may
taking of met
Christian St. right man. Box 483. Starke. ltp you're care your from Navy life showing sports and game you
Just off W.
Call.It future The Navy said "Pick a tradewecan play ships you may be assigned to. exciting por

I 'HELP WANTED-Female, neat. make you an expert.: And they gave you ,you may visit. Tells enlistment requirement ana(
middle-aged woman to look where to apply. If between 17 and 31(10high (
;;. FOR RENT Two-story house you are
And with that nearly 50 skilled trades and vocations otr.l10
West side Kingsley Lake. Fur after baby. Preferably one who promotion came an increasein school required), get this free book

nished modern equipment; four can drive.-Mrs. O. C. ,R. Stage pay. And there were more to come. Second choose from?Radio expert machinist: ,welder obligation Ask the Navy editor of this paper Cora.

: bed rooms; large living room; berg. 613 E. Lasalter'St., Gaines. Class. First Class. And then Chief Petty aviation mechanic dental technician elec- ,copy. Or telephone him. Or mail him card.the coupao.y

servant quarters; two-car gar- ville. Itp Officer. Many might even go'to Annapolis. trician-to mention a few. 011 can past it on a penny postal

Age; rent reasonable. A. Z. Ad. .
klns. It WANTED AT ONCE-Ladles to Or to Pens cola with the flying cadets! Yes, training that would be worth $1500 to WEAR THIS BADGE OF MONOI V

[ I act as concession clerks and Exciting? You bet, and fun too. Something you in one year's time. Training that will after reading the free booklet you decide -

FOR RENT 2-room furnished i hostesses for Veterans of Foreign doing all the time. Real he-man's stuff. Box. of in civil life. Yet in the IW.
I apartment. Gas. 334 N. Cherry Wars Amusement Center. assure you a wall-paid job e to apply for a place ".;

St.-Miss Moseley.. Itp Must be between ages 20 to. 33. ing. Baseball Football. Swimming. AND you get paid while learning-get your keep you will badge smart honor YY
no former experience 'necessary.See MOVIES. previews too! and a complete outfit of clothing free. emblem. It la
I .) FOR RENT!: -Clean 4-room house Mr. I'hilllp at Amusement will be proud to wear.
furnished s cree n ed. electric
a y: Center next door to Lake Restaurant .
lights Also .
running water. ; -
Gale A, Camp Blan
I room Apartment. Reasonable. ding. Road 48. after 6 P. M. Itp ; ; ; JI
,. Inquire at Earleton post office, IN :-:. Tear out take send this' coupon

9-26.,2tp HELP WANTED-White boy and U e BE RELEASED AFTER THE EMERGENCY l I .to the Navy Editor of this newspaper

c FOR RENT one large room girl 'also colored girl. Must ., I1II

t' two double beds-modern con have grammar school education. The Secretary of the Navy has announced:_ pared, regardleaa of the length of time remaining Withoutoblig.tionoumypartwbataoever.P lfulld.
veniences. Mrs Warren Per. Apply Liberty Cleaners and "All men now enlisting In th. Naval Reserve in their enlistment. Crelbooklet, Life ath.N.yY..Vi Naval g#

ri kins. 9-29 2tp Laundry. Camp Branding It will be retained on active Navy duty throughout Remember-the regular Navy and Naval the opportunities for men in the Navy. or

f: the period of the national emergency but Reserve offer you the same travel training
Uxlnactiv duty. soon promotions pay Increase.. Physical requirements Names' '
Lake Santa Fe. S miles east of lady desires Job with reliable after the emergency as their services caa be in th* Naval Reserve are more liberal .
Waldo. Electric lights running concern preferably In Starkeor __
I Address). -
r water Inquire Lewis vlclnlty. Excellent selling SERVE YOUR COUNTRY BUILD YOUR FUTURE .
Jewelry Co., Gainesville. Fla.I I ability; can furnish references. f ToP"f1 .., uta/

tt Write box 433. Itp

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Section B OCT1941


Official County Publication Established In 1871 i t tNTAJiKl4 t

PLOUIUA t'IUUU', K.'TODIER S, 1&41 ;' 1
.. ____u !
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?irst Run; No Westerns I "Yank In The R. A. F. To Open Floridaf" :;;

fo Be Florida PolicyFirst Veteran Operator Manassas Came To Starke Eight Years Ago; Exciting New Film Will Be Seen At Midnight ,, < :f

Gets New Post I Made Instant.... Success Of Ritz Theatre Show Tomorrow ; "Ringside'Maisie" To ;;$i'i, I

run pictures and NO westis of-- :'The Great Dictator"At No longer will Robert Jackson I I'I I Monday night, February 24, before, they were shown In lIt'ar-1 Be Shown Starting At 1 P. M. '

?, the announced Theatre policy, opening 'veteran projectionist; at the RIU,, 1933, the Rite Theatre opened Its by cltl;"". They quickly noaROl\ed'1 The first story of Britain's fighting R..A, F. will zoom '' '' \ .

e neW Florida Ritz Sunday 'I Theatre, have to come out on the doors to a movie-hwrgry publicIn "Why drive 30 or 40 mites"" when i across the screen when the New Florid Theatre formally .

:morrow "After the first six[ When Charlie Chaplain In "The marquee for air during the hot I Starke. The feature showing you can see the best shows at opens at the 11:30: P. M. "Midnight Show" Saturday night j I

ek,. our pictures will be run Great Dictator" to the summer evenings. was "The Big Broadcast" with teem" The Jucksonvllle",-Calnca 'I "Never have so many owed so much to so.lew." These V'J
comes Ritz
ht along with Jacksonville I f| Robert has been a faithful em, Bing Crosby, Kate Smith, Cab ville habit was broken and the famous words sum up how >England feels toward her protecting :' i
oft national relea'se," George Theatre Sunday for a three-day ploye of the Manaasa's for the!' Calloway and the Mills Brothers. Rita became .. eagles) and everyone realizes that without the cour- r 4. r
ht } tun, movie fans !in this will '!I past tour years, and tomorrow hei an Inatantaneoun sueCCHS f
area It was announced that "the theatre age ami skill of this handful of picked men, England would '
said yesterday.Westerns r.{
nears, manager i lis being. :; promoted to the new under the expert management < ,'. ,i
be given an opportunity fo see one | has been equipped with Western I already have been under the Nazi yoke. ft M
be :
will continue to run i Fla.!-'da Theatre where the modern \
of the most.dlncussed films toj Electric Sound, and Is ready of the Manama family In bringing "A Yank in The R, A. F," as its dedicak;, .j I'
the smaller Ritz Theatre on projection room Is as pleasantly to give the people of this vicinity With, each new advancement In
lion feature the
come out of Hollywood In recent 11,'I ulr-condttloned aj the! rest of the management ; l
the best in talking
been the pictures.
elt-ends as has policy years. building-. Up until this time Starke had (the movie exhibiting Industry The I I Congratulated of the Florida has secured a C I,
Rita continued! to make picture ; 1
the past '\ lose importance is ,
"The Great Dictator" has figured Also leaving the Ritz for the had to look abroad, to Jacksonville Improve-I
Idea of the high meats, but with the In with '
To give an prominently In the Investlga- Florida will\ be Mtsa Wlllit Vlda and Gainesville, for Its entertainment keeping the fine new ; i
pe of entertainment that will be t on now being conducted by the KUllngsworth, who sells 1 the In the movie line. The Camp Blandlng to Starke the theatre. With Tyrone Power ,
ought to Starke by The Florida U. S. Senate in which It la alleged tickets, and Richard Jackson, who old Gaiety Theatre had been Manassas found their small buildIng i as the Yank, and lovely Betty ;
the next: few weeks, the man- that the movie Industry Is producing takes them up. closed for a year or so, and under completely outgrown and Grable as his sweetheart, this
ement announced the following pictures designed to Influence Its last management had not started making plans for further ? .. t story of England's men of S.i'H '

t pictures booked for an early the United States to enter New Carpets DelayedPatrons shown first class pictures, and plans expansion.-the magnificent The result of there \ the sky follows them as they ''
owing: the war. was only open on certain nights Theatre la new Florida e live, love, and laugh on land, *J
"Sergeant York"..tarrln Gary bdovle-goerr who pride them- who attend the openIng a week.It the public tomorrow opened and the to and perform deeds of heroism ft;!
per; "Sun Valley Serenade"; *"lv,,a on keeping up with world day programs should not be was Into this picture, at the Manassas are receiving widespread In the air.
toctor Jekyl and Mr. Hyde" events will make a special effortto disappointed If they find no luxurious lowest peak of the late depression congratulations on this handsome The producer received the full +
airing Spencer Tracy; "Birth of "The Great Dictator" since I r \;a ; consent and of
see carpet on tile floors of the that the Manassa family steppedIn ew addition to Starker main P cooperation the
e Blues" with Bing Crosby; I It has been frequently mentioned Florida Theatre. Because of the February 1933 They had faithin uslness district. It will 1 I 1 undoubtedly ,+ ; nrltlsh government to show many '
;othtng But The Truth"} Bob during the Investigation. I unusual conditions now prevailing Starke even in that dismal attract many visitors to of the exciting events of the war ;
ope in "Caught In the Draft"; In many factories it was Impossible period and were determined to Starke from this entire area, -night* over Germany, the evacuation '
id the new comedy smash-hit, Temperature In the Florida Theatre to get the carpet here In gin the people here the high every day In the week, and will at Dunkirk, forced landings ''
ere Comes Mr Jordan" with can be lowered. to 42 degrees I time for the opening. However, It class of entertainment that they thus benefit the entire town. In enemy coutitry; and on the
bert Montgomery. If anybody wanted It that low. It'won't be long before carpets, as felt the' town deserved. Local When a person has reached a ;a ':; ., lighter side, the pilot efforts at A
Movie fans at Starke, landing, Is hardly likely that anyone but luxurious as all other furnishings fans were delighted to find the long oujtht goal It Is only natural i relaxation t 1+
id vlclnlty have lots to look an Eskimo or a woman with a at the Floilda, will ease the tired Rita showing first run pictures at that he takes great pride Inhis For the plcturltatton of the w{
irward to In the next few weeks. new fur coat would, however. jl'eet of movle-goer'e. the name time, and frequently accomplishment. It. therefore, evacuation of Dunkirk, more than
must be a great thrill for the a thousand extras were assembled. ,'
The piers and bench at Dunkirk ,
s S owners of the Florida Theatre to b 4
lice It completed and were recreated exploding bomb i .
compare it '
with the and shell fire were simulated at a f +!
opened for burliness Hit, where they Mr, Thomas H'. Grady (formerly fabulous1 coat, Planes filled' the I ,
In Starke biter Mlna Mannmui), owner air crashed Meimerschmltts and t
eight short i
? years ago. of the new Florida Theatre. 1 I.
> '
y ", Spitfires dotted the beach, andactors \
y .3w '", x y'e'i' ; i; r, iy .i ,*'t' 't ? '' "To give the people of thin receiving universal congratulations went through their paces -
a a a f e },i vicinity the beat In talking this splendid addition to the
,o q QQQ'A< yR 'y.. 'l n 'Mt t't pictures on amidst the smoke, fire artd.ge:
Yp ..a a e 9'a ." The ManaxHas' have never entertainment world' In Starke. '
.A V6 ;'t'1{ ) 2 Wp ploiilon that was Dunkirk ;;: :
swerved from. Mr. Orady's .,
that goal and now George Manasna Although Hotly arable has..4v
are In a better pimltlon than ever brother, will manage both the most dramatic role to date, VIe <
s A .,, W ;>4 4 a.t"n S v ; j ayt ,' ,w. ( to keep their promise to the peo- Florida and Us smaller liter- also featured In two mu '
r .3v P .i' pie of this entire area. theatre, The RIU. numbers
.,t yy '., ,. especially created I
her, "lll-Ya Love" and "Another v ,,'
Admission Prices Claude Pepper Little Dream Won't Do Us Any ..f / ;; I
Harm." Betty you know' Is the igirl .
At FloridaThe Featured In Short t
with more than 54,000 sweet to f

following a.mlsxlon prices At l Florida teasels Bhe is being voted the t i
), ti ,,n..a: "pS will be In effect Yt'Hh, New FlorIda official "girr friend" of selectee J1! ,
all over"''the U. 8, at the rate ofons t' "
Theatre, which opens Saturday 1+Florida'<< fiery Senator Claude .
)tiii camp a week.
Y a
"J 4. : : Pepper will be featured with I Tyrone Power gives his. finest '
) Night: Adults 40c ((360 plus 4c the noted new commentator It performance as the bored Yank 1
/ government tax); Soldiers In uniform V, Kaltenborn In a discussion of!who Is anxious to go Into ac .
30c (27c plus tax); Children, International affalri at a special. -and gets more than he oak<. )1"'

lOo. attraction on the midnight program fort! p.' '
Matinee: Adults 30c (Includingtax at the new Florida Theatre lI'nl'lIIl. I\lal.lII. < :, ""I'I 1\\
); Soldiers In uniform 23e: (Including tomorrow night Although the formal oper h

tax) ; Children lOo. High "Thin I h* a brand new 'aliort. no of the Florida will not be b '
T Y R O.N E school: students 20c (Including fresh, from Hollywood that It until the midnight show toms '" ,I
tax) until 6 o'clock only. liin't even officially released yet, row, the doors will ba open to the i ,', i
Prices at the HIU Theatre wll 1 George Manama, manager of the public beginning at 1 o'clock Sat ;' \
< remain unchanged Florida, stated yesterday urday afternoon. "Ringside iU i- :
.r ? Movie itocrs here will undoubtedly Mul le," newest In the popular '

KOIl BRTTKtl VISION welcome thle I oppor- Malsla Merles, starring Ann Southern p, ,
POWER The Florida Theatre has an 1 tunlty to see Senator Pepper In will be shown continuously f ,I; +
elevation of five feet from the t ac lion. until the midnight show n i J,
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lit 9'' le ; making It ponHlble for patrons I In I Tietty Orable;, eo-rtar of "A .f+ '; : j jkt"
the back rows to easily and comfortably .. Yank In the R. A. F. U supponed '
>k" see over the beads ot t to have the shapllcst legs In Hollywood o I"' ',,1 t ."r"
those In front of them. Congratulations : I t t; '

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Doors Open O'clock I I'. M. Saturday "
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I'HOGUAM WKEK: HKCilNNINfi; : OCTOHKIt: fl .' '\, 11;
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"A YANK IN THE R. A. F." ,, "\ '.

With Tyrone Power & Hetty GraWo (1'1'r ;
,YI Also: Claude Pepper & II. V. Kaltenborn on J.'
RABETTY- .- International Attaint( ',i

A Pete Smith Novelty and Cartoon Power : i

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Micky Kooney The Management ',,
Also: Latest Warner's Comedy & Cartoon ,i'rj ,
Friday & Saturday, Oct., 10, 11-DOUKLE FEATURE Of The '

Hit No. "THREE SONS OF GUNS" NEW ''I ;" ,1

GRABLEJOHN With Wayne Morris ,


Hit No. 2-"RAGE IN HEAVEN" ;\';( ,,.'

GARDINER With Itohert Montgomery and Ingrid Bergman :'a %. .
Alo: Selected Shorts
AdmLwion :Matinee lOc & 30c. Including Tax
DARRYL F. ZANUCK HENRY KING Night; : lOc & 40c. Including: ; Tax : ;

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A:acme carrurr-rox ncnin +
SpedaJ Preview Showing Saturday October 4.M11IDNICIIT ., Mon_ TueOct., 5, 8. 7 j'jl


Regular Showing Sunday & Monday, Oct. 5 & 6 + ,

Wed.. Thurs.. Oct.--g. 9. DOUBLE FEATURE"WHISTLING 1
Also IN THE DARK" &: "MAJOR BAKHAKA" i;', ,, ,,

Claude Pepper and KaltenbornOn t
International Affairs Frl- Sat., Oct.--30, It DOUBLE FEATURE RENO FLORIDA "
FLORIDA THEATRE "Behind The News- I l ,




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Congratulations and Best Wishes _. BEST WISHES, A FINE THEATRE

FLORIDA THEATRE We Are Glad To Have Had The Opportunity. A FORA

To Furnish Some Of The Hardware Items FINE TOWN"Loads'
Painting By

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Manassa FamilyFor CongratulationsW.

Their Faith In Starke .. _ L4..... _ __J----
Realtor A Swell Showman, In A Swell Town
Finest Restaurant Finest Beer

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The Owners Of The Florida TheatreOn From One ":, ROGERS JEWELRY & ARMY STORE
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Congratulations! .ComplimentsFrom RAY WARE HARDWARE
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Electrical InstallationsBy
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Member Florida National Group Inc. CARL RITCH

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