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 17, 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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[jholic Church -- I Present RentalsTo For director Catholic Named CenterJ USO Building

A. May, of Jacksonville, lathe
edicatedlonday Be Standard, new Director of the National i May Be Complete "

atholtc Comunlty Service (branchof

U. S. 0.) In Starke. lie la connected -

Beautiful Committee Says with Rev. Thomas J. Murphy Bv DecemberThe

at the Catholic center lie

was assigned to the work six
e new St. Edward's Catholic New Mrs. Lydia M. Wlmberly. of weeks ago, but the physical equipment new USO building to be
Starke was dedicated M Lake Butler, has been assigned by
rcl m ids T d' "iy A Catholic U Just now getting ready reeled on eight lots just North
13 St. Ed-
Monday. October the WPA to work with the Starke
Feast day. and In the cityere Fair Rent committee, Mayor N. for operation( of the Starke Armory on Temple
one of the most widely Church D. Walmvrljtht. announced this Mr. May was a Captain of Avenue will be ready for occuuncy -

Catholic educators was week. At 8 o'clock P. M. Wed. Field Artillery during the World before Christmas, Mayor
_ the late Rt. Rev. Monslgnor For esilay, at Its first regular meet War and spent two years with N. D. Wainwright Jr., announced
tho of in
Army Occupation
eid A Pace of the Catholic lag since its organization some
Starke 'ranee. For he Tuesday. It Deems that when
ursity of America." The dedlorr weeks ago. the Committee votedto many years was '
sermon was preached: by establish permanent. offices at an advertising man In hU home President Roosevelt SAW how
Patrick Mc- of city of Sioux Falls. South Dakota; PWA worked he demanded
!Rt ReV. Mnsgr. the Starke Chamber Commerce, lowly -
ratck. vice rector of the ,Cath- w 12i East Call street. but for the past six years he has that certain defense build- ,
of America at + The Committee went on record operated the Fanny May Ice
Cream: Company In Jacksonville. 1"11, such as the local USO build-
and the church In favor ot
D. C., Wednesday AS keeoplnl'rents
has child be turned to the Contructlon .
He a wife and seven ng, over
for USO based Ices.
additional facilities a on present pi
were formally dedicated by The following members were presnt ren, who will remain In Jack- Quartermasters In the\II

er Most Rev. Joseph P. Hurley, \ : Mayor N. D. Wainwright onvllle for the time being, his various camps throughout th '.

op of St. Augustine. The.ap- Ja'., Dr. M. B.'Hertongr. J. E. Wil ultimate aim being to move themto Country. t:
nfmate cost of the church, to- ----- son. L. A. Davis Rev. A. K.Ughtfoot Starke.

her with the USO facilities Starke Chamber of Commerce Is Host and \V. T, Clute. master Hence at the Camp Construction Blinding:Quarter bas'te':

33000. To Newspapermen of Blanding 'I lome R. A. F. Trainees the contract to Watt & Sinclair# ,
He Rev. Thomas J. Murphy Injured Negro '
Here Tomorrow who are constructing approximately ) ,
assigned to this mission in If any skeptic souls still din-I Clute Bill Graham James Fred Guy began Dies In HospitalTaft 200 buildings at Camp Il+;{ ,
e I!, and James May has been believe the old adage that "The E:. L. Matthews and H. A. ,construction of a Twenty-five R. A. F. trainees Blanding. Work will begin im- ,

olnted NCCS club director. The pen Is mightier than the sword," George Manassa. president frame resi Grant, colored who was will arrive here Saturday afternoon mediately, and the contract calls 'I

Mr. Murphy said Monday at they should have been at Pat's I the Chamber of Commerce, : lot 102x132:! on the shot by an unidentified negro from the Jacksonville AirBase for completion by, December 19,

close of the dedication "Every Chill Bar Wednesday night when Dick Satlei'field, secretary of Walnut and East Tuesday, October 7, at a Jook in for a taste of home life so that authorities confidently ex- Jpoet f,

Her regardless of his faith or 40 "gentlemen of the press" were' organization, performed the ( The house will con- Reno, died in the Alachua County some good home cooking, the ( that the building can be used ;1

omlnatlon Is always welcome guest of the Staike Chamber of of hoots carrying out the at the front (Wal Hospital, Gainesville T u e s day, companionship of civilian ami- for Christmas celebrations. ''i f

It Is for the armed forces, Commerce a t a buffet supper. nounced object j of the : ", &, room, dining October 14, Sheriff A. O. Andreu Ins, and other good things they've While many details are lacking, it '/\

we want the men '.to feel wel- Guests Included the press sections together: "Closer cooperation ,' three bedroom. elated Wednesday. The murderers been missing since leavfng their Congressional appropriation was ",

ie at all timeas .". ">f the 31ct Division's newspaper, better understanding' bet i on the 8th still at large although he was homes In England. for 980,029, which amount embraces -

choir from the Immaculate "The Dixie," and the 43rd Dlvl- otaike: and Camp Blanding." and a double gar- hated: by bloodhounds all nightone The men will b e brought to both building and fixtures

ictptlon Chinch High School sion's paper, '''1 he Grape Leal." Dick Satlei'field, who :' night and the surrounding Starke In private. automobiles, or Robert B. Wear, who will have

Jacksonville sang at the dedl- In addition to the large number I the supper served a delicious house O. C. R. country for miles around has been possibly a school bus, and will be barge of the building, stated that I

on. After the dedication sera of enlisted men the guests also fet of baked ham potato be architect, and searched with u fine-tooth comb luattered la homes here In Lake the building\ Itself would cost approximately -

a solemn hIgh mass was Included Col. L. E. Goodrich, and cold cuts Draft beer Coipora- ever since. Butler and l In Gainesville for Saturday 969,000, while the

hated In which prominentrchmen provost marshal; Maj. Harry A. 'the occasion was donated ; The ap Sheriff Andieu stated that both night. Soon after arriving balance of the appropriation would

from over the State Johnson, camp intelligence officer; i Schlltz, and the Interior of of the home will men were aimed. and both shot, hey will be guests of Mra. O. L. take care of the furnishings

Jclpated. I -t. O. C. McDavId editor of "The chill bar was made attractive Guy stated yester and both fell at the name time leasley at a buffet supper at her I*. A, Canova. the new City ,

At the conclusion of the rell- Dixie," and Lt. Andy Anderson cut flowers furnished by Mis. to occupy their Jut when the search was made home on Tialnut St., and will Council Chairman said the City

ut services a luncheon was press representative of the pubic L. Beasley. \ 1d December 1. the man who had taken police of. later attend- a U S. O. Club dance tad deeded the eight Iota to the
ed In the recreation hall tore relations office at Blanding. Accordlan music was leer Fred Sapp's I'UIand shot .t the Armory. UnIted States

than 100 persons, including Among the civilian\ guests were: I throughout the evening by a {Course Grant had disappeared. "I know Sunday the R. A F men will government
ay out-of-town guests as well Mayor N. D. Walnwrlghl t. W. T. dler. I hit him, Grant told the SheriffIn be carried to Gainesville where

many prominent citizens: fromr the hospital only last Monday. they will appear on the regular! Burns Fatal

denominations In Starke., So, said the Sheriff, he may be afternoon To T. M. McCordT.
Sunday Camp Blinding
Nathan J. Moore Legion Employs classes tinder the dead or seriously wounded.
There were 40 out-of-town program over radio station WRUF
trchmen present as. wejl' as amber Old Resident Dies Exhibit ManagerThe Clubertson of from 2 to 2:30.Although: M. McCord 42, native of

of Chaplains from Camp been in progress 4-H Club Loans 25 young men will McDonough, Oa., but for four IM

ding and the Rev. L. .Ar;Shep- Nathan 3. Moore, 80 who had' local post of the" ; ; -roomfor the Available Now come to Starke arrangements for years a resident of Starke, died in j t

d, chaplain of the State, Prison lived in Bradford County lor' can Legion has,engaged the' .C".q'"( met from only 19 have so far been made Alacbua County, Hospital,. GaIns-
'others more than 60 died in his By L.-T. Dyer, County Agent ytIJe/' f' bufae sustained 'from a
m- Among years "
., : present vice' of 'J. 'A.'Rowaa;an*"e ; p. M' five days and, anyone who desires to en-
:1 former GovernoCahd'"Mra.P sleep at noon 'Thursday, October \ Here Is good new for the 4-H tertain one or 'more' t Saturday gasoline xploafton three weeks i
perlenced advertising man :
d Cone, of Lake:'City, and :0)I, at the home of his cousins '' 'weeks a total Club boys who wish to get started night may notify Miss Margaret ago. Funeral services were held
ptrintendent and Mrs. L. F. tlr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews on Road Miami, to- be In charge of those complete with good pure bred hogs and Ernklne at the Army YMCA. Sunday at 8 P. M. in the Car-

pman, of the Florida State 28 between Starke and Lake But- hibits for the Bradford may' render first do not have the money to pay mIchael Funeral Home, with the

Jon Farm. er.,. He had been in good health Fair November 38. He has accident, acording for them. C. of C. MovesTo Rev, Mr. Oak, of the Baptist.

previous to this time. returned from Muskogee, chair- Through the generosity of Sears Church, officiating. Burial was In
Arke Loses Chance Funeral services were conducted home where he held the chapter of the Roebuck and Company, funds are New QuartersThe On.the family plot In MeDonough- tl l\

Saturday afternoon at 3:00 position with the Oklahoma Cross.'. available through their store in
or T. B. Clinic o'clock by the Rev. L. G. Hem- State Fair. He also did the for' the last Jacksonville for loan to boysat Chamber o f Commerce Pallbearers were K. O. Dun- l

ingway, and Interment was In work with the State Fair a very low rate of Interestto moved this week Into its new can and Adolph Gay, of Starke;
lans for unit night and while
a mobile X-Ray he: Crosby Lake cemetery. Pallbearers Lincoln Neb., and the get started. home over Sternberg's -store, 129 and Ernest Turner Ben Carmichael -
I part Of Bradford County were: Sheriff A. O. An- Dakota State Fair at Minot, enrolled only Now, with the high prices of East Call Street George Manor, and Jack Bowden of Mc
>alU the
> Unit's program has met dreau. Smith Denmark W. M. completed hogs, it Is a- good time for the president, and Bob Satterfleld. Ex- Donough, Oat

(t disappointment'\ '.;.acoiMlrig'' ,to Edwards A. J. Thomas.. ,and Dakota. understood-four 4-H Club boys to get their projects ecutive Secretary, have been Mr.. McCord was a live-stock
. B. R. Boone, director of the Last year he managed three from' Ral-
Homer Johns. started. And. too the Bradford busier than two old bens with one dealer and also operated a "
It, For six weeks Dr., Boone Alachua County Fair at Galn.vllle Starke and one grocery
Fair Is little chick since officea
County offering some assuming
Bradford store a mile North of town ,
d Miss Mr: Moore came to
and the
Margaret Hoxaey, public Levy'County very attractive premiums for few weeks ago. And they have
lib County from Hartsvllle, S. C. on Road 13. He made many
nurse have been making at WillIston. showing good bogs. The first much visible evidence to ahow for '
when he was only 19 years of friends In the short while he lived
ns to have a trailer with com- Here premium In each class for the theIr work.
here who to learn of his
three regret
te He la survived by
X-ray unit spend an en- age. Corp. Edwards Back boys begins at 1500 for first
0'1 They partitioned off a untimely death
e day in daughters: Mrs. Emma Capo, owner of Belt's space
Starke Xraying\ fromto The Fair Is the first weekIn
300 possible Starke; Mrs. Mary George and Corp. William A. '"Mitch" *8&ndWicb' Shop In prize. about 20 x 35 feet, painted It lie Is survived by his wife, Mrs.
tubercular November and the will
d thus perhaps them Mrs. Lucile Sloan, both of Jack- warda. of Starke, since last loft Monday boys green, moved office furniture Into Vivian Harrell McCord; two sons, '
saving have to work fast to get their It, and are ready for business In
on sonville; two brothers, Jesse vember with Headquarters for Marion Ky.,
ravages of that dread dis- hogs by that time. their Verna Lee McCord, Fort Jackson, F
*. Moore and Marlon Moore, and Second Battalion, 124th to-,bring his wife new location. The improvements -
This was to be under the ment Here Is the the loan fund fl. C.. and David McCord. Starke;
Apices one sister, Mrs. Mary Byrd, all the Starke National children'' to their way COM in excess of '100, Mr
of the Florida TUber- fantry, Will work: When a boy has consulted Satterfield one daughter, Mrs. R, E. Parrott
of Hartsv lle. S. C. Also to his outfit Starke. will said They are all snug
tosls and Health Association. three unit, returned They College Park. Gal; father and
with his parents and as a bug In a rug!
There were to be four classes six grandchildren, four great- Blanding Friday. residence recently the kind and number ot mother-Mr. and Mrs. I* F. Mc-

persons! X-rayed: ((1)) "Con- grand children and a host of Edwards. the Second W. T. Clute, real hogs he wants to get, he files Cord. Starke; and two brothers..

|t4"' the members of one's other relatvtes and friends motor corporal spent 3 Evelyn. Stephens. an application with me. Then the New DevelopmentOn W. C. McCord. Starke. and Hugh-

fly j In which tuberculosis was He was a mamber of the New at Ft. Moultrie, near o f Commerce hogs are located that he Is to Blanding RoadA le McCord. Atlanta Ga.

Own' to exist; ((2) suspects- River Baptist Church. S. C., tending the Army's 3uy. When this!la done, the boy

!Ie whom the doctors or the school there. He missed the and daugh- Will. pay snout zu percent or me driving rang, a putting : Jacobs To Return .

with unit may have on record; Drunken DriversLast iana maneuvers, "but I learned .. of the Belts price of the hogs, and sign a green a miniature golf course, I
1 Mood handlers lot about Army vehicles at Kentucky, accom- Morris Orownsteen. of Gainesville -
; (4) any negro note for the remainder. Then the and a restaurant which will Include -
o Would submit to the X-ray. Monday about 1:30 P. M.\ school;' he said Edwards there and back hogs are delivered to him. Ha Is pit barbecue, will open for a life-long friend la taking

II" was to be entirely voluntary, Winston C. Burch driver of cab pleted the course with the -their first visit given a certain time to pay back buslnem on the Camp lilandlng charge of the store while Mr. and

thing! compulsory about it, and No. 2 for the Starke Taxi Service, ually high grade of 90 percent. the loan which will probably be road In the near futureprobablyby ; Mrs. B. Jacobs are In New York. r

" to be free. Dr. Boone had and D. O. Bryan, In a truck collided 12 months. A small rate of In- November 1. Forty acres just Mr. Brownsteen was married In
"a lined at the western city limitson the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs ,
terest will be take
. up. and the date was charged to across the line In Clay County; '
-lait Wednesday October 13. Road 28. The taxi was dam- Army's New care of expenses.The has been cleared and work has In Jacksonville 24 years ago, he
ssnlclam in aged, it was stated, to the ex- total be loaned stated Wednesday lie Is an ex-
the trailer were To Be Seen for First amount to begun on further Improvements.
iIBol.t with ._ tent of 9200, though neither perienced department store man.
th the In Bradford
e worK. to boys Countyat According to Mrs. Kvon: nerry-
.. .. .
yule a few local citizens were driver was hurt. For the first time on the come to blows this time IS *zoooo.: Tnis man, of Chicago she and Miss and expects soon to re-enter buslnesH. .

:Anus that this be done, there The driver of the truck Is In Uncle S a m' s spectacular -lo.ing their lives I amount ls given by Sears Roe- Viola Goss, of Memphis, Tenn., .
* not suflclent cooperation ton the county jail on a charge of the aid of real buck and Company and will be : are the proprietors, and the new Mr. Brownsteen relieved the
< its success There was not driving while drunk. Sheriff A. O. branch of army air service activities and put Into a revolving loan fund business will be called "The Lana anxiety of the many friends of

L.M place ln Starke where the trailer Andreu staled Wednesday morn- parachute Infantry, is seen at Fort Bennlng!, which will insure loans to other May Rustic Park." A U5g house Mr. Jacobs when he reported that j

be parked all day near a'' Ing. He came from a side street- "Parachute Battalion," w h I home of the na i club boys in the future. GO x 20 will be built on the property they will return to Starke Sundayor

'!Slng room where the patients -eatmoreland-Into the highway comes to the Park Theatre for corps, the pic' The loan fund will be controlled and In addition to the rtm a.londay-tbat Mr. Jacobs Is : ;

|the dress and go to the trailer without stopping. three-day engagement In every detail.; by a board of t run lee* which has taurant, there wilt be "beautlfu very much Improved In health
r x-ray examination. Another man Arthur Fowler, EunJay: This exciting film scenes were made not been selected yet. The members lounges for the ladles and smokIng will not have to undergo an operation

There!! only one such X-ray Is also in Jail on a drunken driv a four star cast-Robert direction of will be prominent businessmen room for the men" but Is taking treament /

oIt In the State of Florida which er's charge Sheriff Andreu said. Nancy Kelly Edmond O'Brien Ryder of the and farmers of the county. for his maladY.Longstemmed.

Available, and It has a deflnM He bumped in to fie! back end of Harry Carey while the Details of the organization and New Saw Mill

- Schedule to fill. Starke has wear on road 48. players are Buddy Ebaen. Twist collaborate management are being worked out RoseMrs.

'its i golden Oportunlty and It Kelley. Richard Cromwell a John H. File of by the State 4-H Club Super A. A. Annie and Hal Edwards

i many months before such Food Store ClosesThe Robert Barrat. Ale Corps In the visor, Mr. R. W Blalock, of the have purchased the Elliott saw D W. Moore of Theressa

chance comes againDr.. Lynn the enlistment the screen play Agricultural Extension Service, mill which has been operated four sent to the Telegraph last weeka
e4 bUd< of the division of Brooks food store which Deplcltlng of several young .. directed. Galnsvill Mr. Blalock advisee UII miles out toward Palatka on Road beautiful radiance rose with a

bercjosle at the State Board opened for business in the new training varying social strata, Its drama "Para that the mopey Is now available 28. and will have It ready for op- stem that measured three feet In
Call from
Health. Jacksonville .is in Raybln building on West thrilling adventures, provides a visual l and 'that we may proceed with erarion on the outskirts of Starke length. The unusual speclment attracted
: their
arl' of the X-ray unit, street about June 15, closed Its loves and rivalries as they of the service the taking of applications. within ten days Mr. Annls said a lot of attention and '
doors a few days ago J. moulded Into the 501st photographed. Its Any farm boys who wish to yesterday."We many who saw It said It was the

r inter Green Fatal Brooks proprietor, who operatestwo Battalion the picture Is said story delves Into take advantage of this opportunIty; will buy logs from anyone longest rose stem they had ever
Greenville -
other stores one at audiences with, an of the character to get started with some good who will deliver them to the mill," seen.
Buddy Batten. 17-month-o 1 d and the other Just outside new and exciting behind theIr hogs, should notify me at once. Mr. Annls stated. I
10( already removed tirely .
J.Ir. and Camp Blanding-has train and Licenses Due
\ Mrs. Charles Bat- The ground for' its story of prv City
1of stock.
the There died last Friday most of the and the i and adventure. might well be the Marriage Licenses School Budget O. K. licenses
of the stock All city ocupatlonal !
result of drinking a bottle balance !U the of any man's life }
1I1nter green oil. The ChAd ob- fixtures, he will leave for awhile : Harry understanding Carey Sergeant chle first Jump Grady W. Thompson of Oak- The new budget of the Board were due and payable October 1. t,

ln-cI the liquId| by reaching up which may be a nucleus for some :but for the boys' 1900: feet in the air. nun, Ala., and Marl Baldwin, of Public Instruction of Bradford according to City Clerk Carl i
theparen4 top Of a wh jtand one else. to purchase and open Nancy Kelly is maintains a ter Stsrke. October 9; Henry F. County baa been approved by Johns. Everyone concerned U
and discipline;
, J Were out f the roomssOre store, according to M. M. Raybin al I pretty daughter for whoa suspense through Sk es. Camp Standing, and Dorothy State Superintendent Colin Eng urged to secure license sometime

Mad complete obituary may be of the Star Store. who own.the Robert Preston and Edmond E. A. Russell, Starke, Oct. 8. llsh. during October !
w the TheresM new building. I



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ever levied )in this country will be due and Thomas Stephen Singleton, S. K. I CHURCH; DHlKt'TOKV: OFSERVICES :Jle:
The Bradford County Telegraph Kelly to Franklin Hall, Sept. 29;
payable. ; .''''!*>IT IHPTI'Tll -amerci
.. ...... Paatoraim
2 :organ Securities, a New Jersey \ F) terf
KfetabUahed. 1871 Under the old law a single person with I >. \\.ln". StreetChunh
corporation, to G. D. Snyder and : School 9:45: A. M.
-CBSCIUPTION UATK $3,000 net income paid the Federal govern I MoriilnirVornhlp lt00; A. M.M. .
wife Frances Ender, of Alachua T. U. 7:00: I" M.
p Yearly $1.75; Six Month. ...00- ment $84 in direct taxes. Under the new I IBet'Uta tv.nlnll''unhip 8:00: P. M.
county: Sept. 30. '. ., P. M.
II' 8:00:
\\ <111.,0111)VOI'"b
I : law he must pay $197. Under the old lawa widow, to F. I
Pearce, a
hbU.hed Weekly on Fridays and Entered &It *ceoil with dependents and a I .I"T MKTHOIM1THrv. :
Cliuwi Matter at the Pout Office at SUrka! Fla. married person no C. Hollingsworth and wife, Annie (i. ('. ........11. Hnnfitr1U s.
rn4I i_ .. -- $10,000 income paid $528. Under the new B. Holllngsworth. Oct,, 2; Mrs. I I Church::rfvhiml.V. ChurrN 111:111): !tttrrrt.1. M.
MI law he must pay $1,305. And the new tax Alva N. Colson and'G. B. Colson, I Sunday Wornlilp 11:00: A. M.
ItlKLE VKK8K: : .. ..
I I Young P opl. 7:00: p. M.
Ow + "Dearly beloved. I beseech you as Grangers bill reaches down into income levels that wife and husband to V. V. Hazen : Kvrnlfi: ,* Worship 8:00: H. M.
Worxhlp 8:00: I' M.
and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, which were never touched before. Under the old dad Cleona HazenOct. 3; Archibald I, 1A
war against the soul; having your conversation. law a married person earning $2,000.a year H. Johns and wife, Ruby NT.-. M Fred'HK"4 V.KPISCOP.lt.lift rhr: .!>. : Hv* "..r1XMI

ION hone among the Gentiles; that, whereas they was not taxed at all, while under the new Johns, to R. L. Rosier and wife, N. C'fcuri-h Hlrrrt "
speak against you as evildoer, they may. by your law he must $37. Cholo Rosier,, Oct. 2; J. M. Mott Church Sunday! School'Worvlilp. 10:00:11' ::0n A. A.M. :M. I .
pay -b
behold glorify God t ; f
good works' which they shall Sunday Evening 7:30: P. M. A
In the Jay of visitation."-I Peter 21112.: Heavy as this tax bill is, the Treasury and Lula Mott, his wife, to Lula Krl.lay. Evening' 7:30: P.1.. 7 t
u 1 estimates that it will mean an increase in Mott( his wife, to Lula Mott of Holy Pay 10:00-: A. M. 4
All Brooker., Oct. 6; R. L. Rosier and
l n Fighting Tradition of The South Federal revenue of only $3,550,000,000 a Rosier CfcHik H. '".... Paatnrxis -*"
to.1. -
T. Quigley
Chole ,
So far have appropriated about wife !north rhrrry (*/. .r 'R'
Is. Once Again Upheld year. we and wife Minnie Wynn Qulg- Church School 10:01A.: )(.
i t p urIt Dixie Division soldiers returning to 60000000.000 for military purposes-fifty ley, Oct. 2; Havana Johns a widow Sunday! Cru.ad"s Womhlp. 8:00 11:00: : P.A M.IntrrmvilliUe St.Srnlnr .

Blanding from in Louisiana at billion for our own defense, and ten millionfor to William F. Cone and wife, '' Youth 8OO: p M..
maneuvers Evening Worship 7:00: P. M.ST. '-
small of glory that aid to Britain. Consequently, the gen- Inez Cone. Oct. 3; Thomas F. -
least know a measure .
Brown and Laura Belle Brown, !! KnwAHrrs ( \TIIOI.ICR.
greets men returning from actual battle in eral opinion is that a far tougher tax bill husband. and wife, to C. R. Moore, .... Th>... J. Mnrphr....'. PaaturTemple

time of war. will have to be enacted before very long- Oct. 8; P. A. Brlnson and MarcusF. Early. MUKH 9:00: Av A.* M. !\
that possibly next year. Current English income Brown and Florence B. Brown, I>lvln* !Mervlern .
They have received congratulations Sunday Mann 8:00 A. M. '
n nAn could leave no doubt in their minds that the taxes, which are three or four times as bill Oct. wife 10. to, -Hester. >L>: Thomas Reek Day Mann 8:00: A. 11[. *

v.: their heavy as ours, indicate what happens whena r.o'Pnt.. Tnl''I."I.1Ir. ':
folks back home had been following ,...... '. .
trr Dad J. Qulclrr Sponnor Family group are always i popular subject j t ,
nation to in the mechanized
in the and were well goes war Methodist'Church Sunday Service 7:30: i P. M. Ann
exploits newspapers Friday Service 7SO: P M. and .especially interesting when an pleating
fta .dt. aware of the fact (as stated in a recent modern manner.In Services at' the Church Next plrtorlullyone ) II
presented by Mr C. F "'ard. In this,
slit issue of .Collier's magazine) that "Southern times like these there are two motives Sunday are as folows: Recent BirthsMr. group Wand "
I' Sirs. John Uglow (parents of 1'rll. Hard.
r; ; ) and!
stole the show during the recent army for heavy taxation. First, and most Church School-10:00: -A. ![. < then
troops '
obvious, is the production of more revenue. Morning Worship-U. o'clock. and Mrs. Don P. Loper, 11-monttiH-oId great granddaughter Grace. Loulw" 11c
maneuvers inVest Louisiana. The Pastor will use as his Note' _the pleasing contract between the youth of tl
the inf..
The other aim is to reduce, the purchasing October 2, girl, Dorothy Ellen.
walked off with the national -
Hnr "Southern men topic at the morning Service the ripe age ol the great grandparents. Elenwota lit
( enlistment honors, so it does not as- power of the public and so help prevent or Anchors of Faith." i Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Carter, 'add human interest to a photograph. Submit jour hr.t pit? |
a' measured up slow down price inflation. Some authorities The Youth Fellowship meetings Clay Hill, boy, October 7. the Telegraph for publication.IN'SU'RANCE.
tonish that Southern men
l tM us believe far will\ be at 6:30: P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Starling,
that the tax bill does not
to be the' tallest soldiers in our new army go The evening worship service will i Hellbronn Springs, October 12*
1W editorializes The New Orleans States. enough so far as the last goal is concerned. be at 7:30: o'clock. Sermon Sub girl; Sgt. and Mrs.. Ralph 'Gard.

"It was the Thirty-first (Dixie) Divi They believe that a system of compulsory ject: "Life Building." ner. Camp Blanding! 'October 9, AND. BOND]
savings will have to be put into effect dur- Prayer Service Wed. at 7:10 P. girl. Dixie Marie Gardner; Mr. .
Ala ,.
; Mississippi
Louisiana ,
: sion comprising ,
t and Mrs. Clarence Herbert Bilble,
ing this of incomes and declining M.A
period rising
r bama and Florida troops that focussed attention Cordial Welcome Is extended October 10 Starke, boy, Richard '
so sharply upon the kind of men we supply of commodities. to all. I Jennings Bllble.f' HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

an breed," The States continues. "Not only Whatever happens, it is clear that we .......
P the are just beginning to learn first hand, the
was the leadership effective, but. men f' FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Constant Service Over 50
were so well trained that they could execute financial sacrifices that the defense of our My Many Yean Experlenco Make it Possible. for Me to Header!

urA' commands in lightning tempo, and hemisphere makes unavoidable. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS' SERVICE
rt' Please Phone 146 Stu
their physical condition was so good
offered. Discrimination Against Farmers DeWITT C. JONES
they could take anything that

:. :; "We hope it will not be necessary for Should Not Be Allowed .. SUrke Florid

,e i iy our men to enter a real war. But if it is, "- In some quarters it is being urged that

the Thirty-First Division will give Mr. Hitler rigid controls be placed on the prices of farm SERVICE

y Il" ?. 4. a headache for which there is no aspirin," products of all kinds. \E OF

t.'CSt 1 the New Orleans newspaper believes. It is difficult to see how this could be \\ AMER/c

r "There is something in the air of the done without bankrupting a large segmentof '

South that makes fighters. There is some- the agricultural population, unless equally \Q

thing !in the air of the South that makes strict controls were placed over the farmer'scost

r democracy. In every war that this countryhas for materials and labor.
,', ,
; f
; waged these facts stand out. Courage Farm labor, for instance, is at the

endurance, effectiveness-the Southern sol highest level in history, and is extremely

dier has always been distinguished by these difficult to obtain. The farmer's taxes like

qualifications. And in the reasons that sent everyone else's are shooting up. And the

him to war, freedom and democracy have price ha must pay for practically everything f; I

always been predominant. They have also he buys is rising as well.A t .

1,'A7e rr been predominant in his deportment duringthe ceiling should be placed on farm prices

war, and in the ideals and determination when, and only when, equitable ceilings are

which' his land effectuated after the applied to all other prices. Any other course r;''? '' ,

war. would be rank ruinous discrimination.

"The better one knows the South," concludes i I

The States, "the proudef one is of the Back The Tornadoes r a

South The longer lives in the South sfJW1 -
one Attendance at B. H. S. home football x
the better satisfied is with life and the i
: one ,
1 'r games. this season has been! gratifying, and 3wTS 9r ?84a i ?
larger is one's interest in life." those who fail to turn out have only them* I t' t ry .po sI

selves to blame for missing some real thrills I '

It's Going To Hurt- excitement, and pleasure that would be hardto
? But Its (l ti <
: duplicate elsewhere. The Tornadoes have

March 1 practically every wage not lost a game so far this season, and with IA r ,I

I earner in America will realize that war and the proper backing there is no telling where NESr .

t defense are an incredibly expensive business.For they might go! Show them your support by l :.r 0\ a .
1 CH
; i on that date the highest income taxes seeing all remaining home games. l ,u. EVROll1

Seybold Baking Company Aids DefenseBy J. Stewart, Sept. 26; Joe Noegeland

.' 1 r6rf Rewarding Drivers With StampsUncle wife, Jewell Noegel, to" John CHEVROLET AIDS Yesterday Today, Tomorrow DISIBNID TO lug IM
Shadd and wife, )Mildred! Shadd, NATIONAL DEFENS! e. STYLING

a Sam will be the winnerIn gasoline a route salesman conserves Sept. 26; Inman Harrison and I ITS PROVED VALVE-IN-HEAD "VICTORY" ENGINE Ch.vroletaloneofoU'-f '...

1 Defense more Stamp ways than Contest one which In a new the while operating his route Katelle\ Harrison Ms wife, Sept. 1 leads In all-round performance with economy "L.od.r priced cart LI.e"Hoi$tyli.'.: .'

Seybold during the ten weeks contest, he 29V.; D. Mundy, Jr., and his "
Baking has
for Its Company route sale men.announced will receive a Defense Savings wife, Leila Mundy to Forrest W. It'* built of quality materials.;;.It features the tame sturdy cast- and tidy br'se"d"e,

4' Thin contest will be run In con Stamp for his album. Holly and Mae Harris Holly, his MAKING MltllAKT IHUCki iron pistons which Chevrolet has developed during twenty year No Draft VtntiloHo"-INPERFORMANCI

LL' cit nection with the company's fall safe There will also be rewards for wife' Sept. 29; Beverly Cady as t' / of manufacture of million upon million of car.It' designed DISIONID TO IMJ
driving. The route salesmen
advertising campaign which administratrix
con of the cum testamento and built to out-perform, out-save and OUT-LAST its field I .
Seybold Baking Company tebes
templates the of olo
use greater annexo of the estate! of Flora B. 1'M Ch.vrol.1 ,
newspaper space than has been as a group already enjoy a Cady, deceased! to> Lenore Cady Chevrolet a Pw rhil' Hxx gW:
used In any similar period to date.Every remarkably fine satety record and F o ateI', of Barnard, Vermont, leadership engineering among low-priced prov.d Valv.-In-"$
rect-blooded American la as a special extra reward for Sept. 23; Callie D. Gay and her cars /ore-proved by long years of leadership in popular -Victory"Sp-clolHydro-H Engm.k eat""C! ,

being asked by his country to do keeping up this fine work every husband. S. G. Gay; Eva MaeT demand, just as is Chevrolet leadership in styling, comUnIIiud 1Cn".'' Fd.:
lila bit-to buy Defense Savings route man will receive additional h o mas and husband. A, J. fort and Fisher Body beauty. and Isla-la.r. Y 0""T.
Stamps and Bonds to help pay for stamps for keeping his record Thomas; Alice Marie\ Kelly and Pow.rSluflotnoMM"'
i the weapons that will Insure our clean during the contest.At husband, J, R. Kelly, as grantors So, when you purchase this newest and finest of all DISIONIO TO LI*D *

t*' tl,ki u.t free American way of living./ Millions the end of the contest there to State of Florida Sept. 25; Mrs.J. MAKING M M SHHIS.miNINC Chevrolets, you can be certain that its famous Valve-in- ECONOMY
A dlr of patriotic Americans I will be a very substantial rewardIn H. Surrency and U T. O'Steenof r'- od"10.
,t throughout our great country are the shape of U. S. Defense Bradford County. H. T. O'Steen head "Victory" Engine is built of quality materials Ch.vrol.tnomlcal. of kih."I a'n' rlie
{ rallying behind their governmentIn Band: for the high man of the and Louise Smith of Hlllsborough\! that it is the same basic type of engine which holds all t.Ilinp bw'prlt.d canl'"

ba this Important movement. The plant.It county Individually and as the world's records on land, sea and in the air and that theo reu"d: :rdp""td
Seybold Baking Company, as a Is Mr. WaildtMVi belief that heirs and only heirs at law of R. It will bring the same clear-cut v dl eyt.P
you leadership In
company, steps In stride with this the equivalent of many U. S. Defense T. O'Steen deceased joined by MJklNTENANCI OIIICtlM per-
or parade, through the medium of Eonds will find their way their respective spouses J. H. formance with economy which: has made Chevrolet

'* Ju .this unique and timely content. Into the hands of his\ salesmen Surrency. VIrgle O'Steen and !Annie America's favorite motor car.
4 r es To start off the contest every through this contest, and they and Lee O'Steen, and Lee Smith,
route salesman will be given a their families will be encouragedto of Hillsborough County, to In-
1I book containing one dollar's worth extend: their savings for de- man Harrison.. Sept. 29; A. J.
of Defense Stamps He Is then tense Thomas and wit 1 e Eva Mae IT PAYS TO BUY THE LEADER
rewarded In a number of ways Thomas, to J. W. Jordan. Sept.
4 for effecting economies In connection Deeds FiledA. 26; J. U King and his wife Mary
r ra : with his Job. For example I. King, of Clay County, to H. J.
1 Tom Waddell: manager of Z. Adklna and Lola Adklns, Stewart, of Allegheny, Piu, Sept. AND GET THE LEADING BUY
the Seybold Baking Company, be. his wife to Hazel Guy Adklns. 28; Jefferson Dr. Thompson and
1 Itd lieves there are many ways In September 22; Harold A. Bishop his wife Louisa Thompson of /
which his route men can cut gasoline and Nina R. Bishop his wife, to Washington D. C., to Dr. H. J.
f consumption In accordancewith Win. C. Powell and Mary Harriett Stewart, of Allegheny county, Pa.. Toro de Chevrolet Com pad
rfc e the request of the Federal Powell husband and wife. Sept. Sept. 26; Brooklyn Land Co., of;
Oil Administrator.' Mr. Waddell : 26; A. L. Green and wife John Columbia county, to Dr. H. J.
believes gasoline consumptlon can nie Ree Green to G; W. Hazen Stewart, of Allegheny county Pa.,
be' cut by his men without Im- ',and wife, Minnie T. Hazen, Sept. 'Sept. 26! City of Starke a municipal Starke Florida
.3.t ;" parlng their selling ability or 28: W. V. Hazen and wife Cleone I corporation to L. A. Davis, 1
K service to their customers and he Hazen. to G. W. Ilazen and wife Sept. 27; Kate Livingston. G. C.
s1t s proposes to reward every man Minnie T. Hazen. Sept 26; O. W. Livingston and Jeesle Livingston,
who cooperates with the govern. Hazen and wife, Minnie T. Hazen his wife to W. M. Brown. S. F. ALIT, CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO.FLORIDA NOT DRIVEN -
ment In down to A. I Green and wife
cutting gasoline Johnnie McCoy James Ellison, E. L. Sim
consumption a* follows: Ree Green. Sept 26; I. N. Cable mons, Kit Williams Amos Wil so they come to you genuinely NEW1BR.DFORD !
For every dollar's worth of and his wife, Emma Cable, to H. llama Eddie Williams. Charlie




1T, 1941


STAFF Tornadoes Win

Ehtor, -In-Chfef Senior Biographies Club Minutes 1
Uarjorle Thompson Three Straight ; I
Two Meetings
Social ReportersIn Play Alachua
Margie Mathews TodayOn F The senior das of 1941-42
Sllcox' : for s 24 1941
<< ,
? Green 1 kept too busy (that Is, If )' -pt. !
Dorothy Alachua'a field at eight o'- meeting was called to
want to call It busy) to I
Special Features clock tonight (Friday) Bradford's by the President. The min
Joe that we are the ones whose
Hayes. Ovid Futch, football boys will face the Indi read and approved. The

Lander ans In a battle royal. We have '; f raphles are supposed to be was read- by Ovid
ed In the school this
junior Importers set our goal to defeat these boys and was unanimously ap
Davis) Nina Bishop, Edna but rumors have it that they".are ,. We cannot even get down .
Ing what we want to tell
Edwards__._ Patsy Roberts mighty tough fellows. If so, we'll ,,.-;';i"" r public and what we wish to matter of dues was present
see one tough gang meet anotherLet's : the members agreed! ,
: to ourselves. The first
ParkerS one
Mae .
wi'TI .
----- all be there. .
"ru Buddy Davis ''M'.t" make up her mind Is our one per month for the Se ;
------ Last Friday beat and five cents for 1
[ Douglas Hazen Wildwood : .>'' only Da r rah Johns :
-- 19-6. This game proved what our (> '> Do not. be alarmed at her members payable any time
"spivial Features ':
Joe Lander boys could do-some of the time. 11.tdr ness for we know and like treasurer Ralph Nettle

08 Hayes In the first quarter Nettles carrIed s for this characteristic.. Williams was asked If he

junior ReportersPavls Bishop, Shirley the ball over for a touchdown will go to her to auk her : comment to make after
Grider Edna Soon after Wildwood also tions such as: "How does my he complimented the "B"
Marjorie scored, 66. The battle waged look?' "Does this dress suit me the way the meeting was

Edwards endlessly, back and forth. Fin We know she will tell, us t h .

Girl', Sports Peele ally In the last quarter, we seemedto : : .ruth. Although Darrali there was no further bus!-

Opal pep up. Action seemed the .J\l\ stands that we want to know the meeting was adjourned.

pass word. So In the last four ruth about ourselves' she
orial minutes of the game, Bradfol'llscored lulte a time understanding .... for October 8, 1941

\\\0 THE SUNSHINEyou two touchdowns and t. telf. In fact, she says that meeting was called to order
President. The minutes
point. Green and Nettles carry- t tarP happiest moment of her life
[) go to scflool or to your I Ing the ball. That last four min- 30 when she reached the read and approved after f
a little sunshine with utes was ball the president Informed the 'r.r.I 1 I
take a
game, with a : where the will understand 4 I
Spread It on the faces of good team on both sides. 1 own self and can realize. that the dues for Sep. I

I with whom you talk and Of course 19-6 is no vad score, : ; leclsions to make and how would not have to be paid. t
dlxcuaitlon wan called for "';
whom you see. Before long: but Mr. Williams voiced his opinIon -! ; : ; nil where to make them. the members of the 0
that waiting to the last four 1. She likes dancing,
forward to
will look your Club being eligible for mem-
minutes to prove themselves ; riding, palm
of the "II" Club It was
with; pleasure because they seemed dangerous. Boy! If we had in the moonlight In Tampa,
f sure of 'a smile and a shown that spirit from the start, Four good reasons why the B. II. S. Tornado art enjoying; such a. "I'fOUtlllnhllC stank" this. \"anket'II Because of an that an amendment would

ihlch says: "There's still fun we might have set a record. Well .a..o": (left to right) Nina Bishop, Carolyn; Green ""rNIn"1mfMorly, and Sank Ban-foot, whom ncldent which happened to D up by the executive ';,
B dark, dismal world, If you guess I'll see you in Alachua. Be work an 1'ep Squad cheer 'leader has been nn outstanding feature of ail lionin game' The rnthuNiiiMrn rah in her past, she does not and posted on the bulletin i
look for It." of thin foursome Is that the> tho and l can't for two weeks for the mem ...I
nly there! so contagious hays; on gridiron are spurred on Lifebuoy soap Onions and
always tl'Y.to take flowers lone for winning. :Ins| and cheats, and .. to read and approve. At the : "\
I' thoughtful gift to those Tenth Grade News people do not receive any plett meeting the amendment i'
there are I looks from upon. I
u-e sick. Perhaps Diirrah either.If
about us who are soul-sick 10-11 Seventh Grade News7D Why I want To Go Many New Books you have a desire to see Nettles read the list of } \

gh they are not in a hos- To CollegeA For LibraryThere Hh in her old) age, you In order to check on the I lr! w'

bed Think how much beta 10 B had Its first clans meetinglast will find her In the greatest of the present roll. f''

{ can make them feel If Tuesday for the purpose of We received our report cards dictionary may define college lire several reasons why phony hall In New York on teachers present were asked .
last Friday and as the class went
nile and speak in a pleasant settling! the amount the class as it pine to receive Instruction we arc prouder" than ever of our night of a special performance wished to say something ,
out that afternoon there were
They will remember such a wants to pay for class dues. It school library. There ate Improvements Victor Herbert. which Mrs. Wainwright com-
e perhaps longer than the wan finally decided that each student smiles on many faces. We were In the higher' branchesof which mark real pro- She BUYS she actually loves the Club on the fine
all proud of our grades, because learning. To that Is exactly -
\.1\e. In which we had begun.
bed remember the flowers. would contribute 50c for the greim over last year's arrangement ture, her family, and S. N..
ipplness Is like I jam; you whole eight months which seemed the most hard-working of us made good-thanks teachers who to what It Is. Yes, I want logo Our library has been mov- most of all her own self. meeting was then adjourn l

[ spread a little of it with agreeable to most of the class. helped ud. to college. Preparedness, Is a ed from the office where It was this or not, but she dislike I

tting some! of it on you." We wonder how many of the familiar: word during these current very crowded and I Inconvenient, song "Tumbling Tumble .' are very happy to see the .

get out of life what you put students can answer these questions land We States have studied In the New and Eng- times and that la what I to the study hall. In this new location and working.Darrah I Club progressing so nicely. I II

"The world Is dying for 1-Why girls wear long geography want to achieve. Everyone has we have very much more In not naturally the the Increasing school I
Will let it die? long hair In siJmmer. know them fairly well. We are room and can use the books with of B. H. S. The members :
es8 t
you the Middle Atlantic a certain job to do and the college vous type, but on one occasion
II I you give a pill of smiling 2-If voted on, who would be I now States studying and to person Is best able to fulfill greater" ease and convenience. I could have actually seen her ( and seem to be

i who pass you by?" the cutest boy and girl in B. H. S. be they are. proving his duties and do that which Is Thanks to the splendid energy knocking an If she had In doing their part for :

the way In which a 3-Why everyone likes fifth very Intel'ellllng.Joyce Moore expected of him. not merely because and foresight of our superintendent spent a quiet day In her life. At the lunt meeting
Fdes others, It makes the I period study hall (Could it be the reporter. he has a college educationbut and school board, we have was when she stepped Into u : pleased to see a number

feel better to ". Smiling teacher?) because lie will more than 126 new books, many of which tain army store In this town who had not been

digestion, makes you look I 4- If Scott's moved what wouldwe Sixth Grade NewsWe likely know better what his duties are excellent additions. Still an- apply for a job In which she nt before. Congratulations,

I, eel better, and do better do? are and have a better foundation other order Is to be made soon for had no experience. She got for the splendid way In :

I S: -If we had a new school are working on a Greek with which to work even more good books job, but fur only u week. you are working and, to ,. ,
would take oflt" mural. There are four commit- students for excellent l
building we care On I want to be able to talk Intel- Although she doe. not 'I' your
tees it. each
working on com- i iti'
I. S. Band 10SIt mittee there are three or four lIgently with anyone whether. he Campus Chatter ally like men her Ideal la i
be a street cleaner or a science scribed as. follow, lie will
imply Grandband In a familiar sight to see: pupils.by the time We hope the fair to have comes.it done professor College has the ten- Another victory for. B, II. S.I! handsome features, be well Miss Peterson

Mary Jo Caldwell having a Miss twelve dency to help you become well- Yes sir, that surely was a battle nered, refined and kind; and
Kennedy bought
,this year Is composed hard,.time with ,the shades. In ,al- new library books: It seemed as rounded and thrrfln< itself Is an though. The orange and blues a great understanding of these new teachers Is Lr
erected; cooperative, -fln gebra class.. them accomplishment, for there are i were entangled with the purple nature. )' Interesting. Of ,course
d, working members. There Bobby McCrae eating cheese though everybody very few people who have something and golds so violently that you Darrah wants to be a the"B"seventh graders will get to r
first. Joe Montieth brought a t
and the Instruments crackers third period. book Elizabeth In common to talk about could hardly tell who was who. Before the war started she Mica Peterson much better

lay are: Charles Jones flirting with the Cox Is Wednesday librarian. with everyone that they meet. So sorry that Mutt wall put out ed to be a nurse, but now ( I. That Is one trouble about

s Anderson-Clarinet girls. our You meet a great number of dif- for a minute or two, but youdidn't thinks that the world needs a senior. You get to know

y Biggs-Trombone Several of the Sophomore girls Tuesday we' had a play. liked"The ferent kinds of people from all see him lay down on the more. She Intend to leave teachers In high school''

t Crews-Trumpet sighing over a certain Junior in Prize Zinnias. Everybody walks of life, und after talking job did ya? No sir Coach had nursing job to the girls who not the' ones In the lower

>er PerrymanTrumpetJo 11-W. His name might be James. it. Miss teacher with some of them you wonder to practically tie him to the benchto special Interests In the battle I am beginning to think r o}
7 Caldwell-Violin It seems as If everyone Is Smith how so many types can live under keep him from going back Into From the entire Senior we high school students miss

k FutchTrumpetd still talking about some show Billy reporter6S one sky. When you discuss things the game. Saw everyone there goes the wish that you might deal. This week I want '

Green-Bass Horn named "A Wop In the W P. A" with them you may form some having a bang up time. success In your chosen line you about MUs Faye Peter

& Mclnnla-Clarinet with Typhoon Power or somethinglike new opinions and become more Shirley and her one and only work and In your future life, our new seventh grade :

1 Overstreet-Trumpet that. It.was the opening Doris Price has helped the appearance familiar with certain subjects. going around as If nothing elite nib. ;; ;

1 r Lee Overstreet-Drum show at the Florida Theatre. of our room by bringingus Mixing with other people offersIn mattered but the football game Peterson was born In West '

|n PowellTrumpetman i, The school spirit started off two plants. We hope to get a Itself a certain amount of edu- Dorothy Green (Oh the Lady In DOROTHY tmiFKIM but she has spent most

> RegisterDruma with a bang this year; so let's few more soon. cation, and college Is one of the Red) was seen dUcuimlng the Among the proud seniors life In Florida. Her home ,

Sewell-Cymbals keep It banging. Everybody be We wish to thank Rebecca, surest and beet ways), to enjoy game with Jacqueline, Mac and will march out Into life next Crescent City where she ;\ i

ard SmithTrombonece sure to turn out over in Alachua Louise, Doris Griffis, and Hugh that sort of experIence. Bob Friday night. after receiving their diplomas she attended Breanau I"

thomas-Clarinet this Friday for a good football for the enjoyable week.programs We have that I want to go to college because Geraldine Bobby, dine: and the stage of B. H. S., I there C.... for her fresh :e
had this
Wa Whitfield-Saxophone : they boys Dot were seen riding around to- year. After graduating she
game. I want to complete my educe be one who deserve a great I I
Williams-Trombone Dorothy Faxon, reporter. and girls who love to sing tion. High school offer* a certain gether Sunday night. of credit for her struggle for In the Crescent hfgh \ "
William Is back with us after
wra-Jean Robblna-Drum We degree of completion but riot near Among those seen acting Important education. It was worth \ ; 1
tie a day's absence. hope Mary
SeniorsAt will soon be with us again. as much as college. Since the at the game Saturday bit of her hard work, though, pant summer she visited In

fontleth-Trumpet Barbara' Jean Robbing, standards for getting a, job have night were Joe Allen and Doug- .say. She Is Dorothy Grlffls. Orleans and Baton Rouge '

h ca Simpson-Saxophone the weekly class meetinglast reporter. been rained the person with a las, She U of an unchangeable The most Interesting place

Wetherington-Trumpet It decided college education is given the I "Sun was the French
C Wednesday, was We are making booklets of our pre- guess everyone saw undoubtedly for she began and quar
byTrumpet that the meeting would be held on and ference over the high school grad Valley Serenade" and "In The now ending her school career said.
Bates drawing in history writing a
I who teaches algebra Mondays rather than Wednesdays paragraph about each drawing.We uate or anyone else. How would Navy." My sides are still hurting Bradford High without even most Interesting person

T Plane geometry in the high due to the fact that other social civilization progress If men and from laughing no much. change In her desire to be a met was Dr Raymond
will have four booklets one
the director. "In school functions take place on Wednes- women did not have the desireto Several students enjoyed a swimat ond Florence Nightingale. She who was her sociology .
each of the Egyptians Babylon-
S. as and still growing like days also. This way we can avoid tans, Hebrews, and the Phoenicians. push forward and prepare Kingnley Lake Friday after planning to start this long In Tallahassee. The reason
a twenty to thirty piece confusion and write the news so themselves for their work or aim school. ness of getting educated for so Interesting wits because

should be a reality." Mr. that it will appear In the paper we have studied in life ? It la the most natural I Jerry and Frank were having a life's work In the Chicago understanding of human
"la. In geography
'ts There are many more the same week. the British Possessions In Africa thing In the world for a person grand time Friday night. lA Nursing, after graduation j'

who would like to join This) has given us two class and have drawn maps of them. : to want to better himself as far Herbert and Lora were seen In Dorothy Is very proud of are always glad to learn
ey are urged to do so as meetings to write about at the as he Is able. Ambition Is what Jax Sunday night You two record of having been born different places. and new
as The best are on dtaplay.
your Possible. The school same time. So when Monday Rebecca maps has gone to Kentuckyfor pushes us forward and through surely do get around In a hurry rained on the same farm : coming Into the school 1;

'011+ position in the band morning rolled around President a few days. We are glad that college we secure our real foundation Those seen at the midnight she now liven, a farm, near. certainly tell one many In- I
need the practice and Denmark happened (coincidence) she will the beginning from whichwe show Saturday night were: Duck, famous Klngsley Lake. This thing
r she went on the trip as
you will receive Baritone to be In town having a "crew have lot to tell us when she re- work, and the rest Is up to Judy, EllBe, Rico, Grace, .1, E., the life, she says she truly o
*neiiophone.W and saxophone haircut" the second In three us. All we need !Is a strong will : Dot and Bobby, The happiest moment of her. Would Happen ,

tether especially, but no mat- days. Says Emily Post "It's quite turns.We want to thank Hugh Doris, and an iron Con: ..tltuUon. Happened to overhear a group was when he father gave her

you can contribute the style now with the football for the cut flowers After completing my college of nigh school girls discussing first little calf.
these and Margaret
additions I be able just how well Nina looks after
I! your pres- boys. brought this week. education. hope to to Dorothy likes onions, I
urfed and will be wel- which they books quite do my Job or at least to begin such. a hectic Friday night of music, Christmas time, and moved to Mississippi -
are I
Our new library
Fourth Grade NewsWe It. College Is not my goal but cheer leading. Not saying any- racing. She saya she made up her mind
ticI'' Is on Interesting. of I thing about bow much she didn't stutter J'}
Tuesday afterWednesday Barbara Jean Robbins, one my objectives. tip my spunk know just where she Inherited
111ft nights| and are sorry John Williams Is reporter. hat to those Institutions of higher I seems to have.Freeman expensive tastes but likes to Allen grew up? '.J} ,'

des Thursdays. having trouble with his leg again. learning which offer so much to:' took a trip to Jacksonville from a distant kin folk who ? CI'f'W8haved his mus '

'the functions He hasn't been able to come to us if we only have the desire to Sunday. Could It have ably came over on the '
tb&1I I games pother public acRe school for two weeks. Mary Anna's MannersDear or wish to make the most of our' been Betty, Freeman ? Next summer Dorothy )' told jokes? r.
8 t r I n gfellow
t*)porta anticipated. Our school received two letter Mary Anna, opportunities, "the American col' Scratch to go to Ocean Springs Miss., ? was '
t addition to the In Jack- leges." Scratched a two month's visit with
I from fourth grade boys Is opinion concern-
ohng What your couldn't get his car on ,
Ib community of Starke Scratching. and relatives. Don't
home forget
a town sonville, asking about our Ing "Manners at School. How night? ,
L7 citizens band. Interested town. Jo Ann Dinkins and How- should pupils greet classmates, Ninth Grade NewsThe come back and pay us a K. had bU hair cut any

IBlbUlty should consider ard Sheely answered Leo Keller etc. 1Dear Third Grade NewsWe once In a while Dot. Here's .. ?

and see what can and Catherine Galney.and Hay- Jean ninth grade Is ,quite busy Ing you all kinds of luck wasn't In Miss Fernan

wood McAdam answered Hemda Greet with a cheerful "good collecting due and money for were very sorry to lose one the Senior Class Inc. room?

Cherkas.We morning" those whom you know clam pins. Thin year our pins of our pupils last week when and football were not
Or Class News visited the Forestry Trainon teachers, fellow pupils etc. Remember are costing us ten per cent more Martha Henry moved to Lawtey.We Fifth Grade NewsWe ? ,r

Friday. to look directly at the on the dollar because of Uncle now have Zarah Lee Osteen to t
Is rnlta couldn't drive a car? e .
"haV booming for us both Clydle Manning has joined our person and smile. When anyone In Sam's tax; however. we are glad take her place. have a new pupil In would give all the foot.

'I tames at recess and at the class. She had been going to authority speaks to you give respectful to do anything we. can for our We are studying about Indians. room. Her name Is Beta boys a ride in his Modal l A? +l"f"

"'tit/ At the rate we school at Vanderbilt. We are gladto attention and to your country's welfare. We are making different kinds or Hardy from Waldo. We John.. didn't wear '

: We will have the neces'roney have her. "yes" or 'no" or "good morning"add Several boys and i girls have left Indian beads. We are going to mlHsed Cora Bell Jones very up? any f I'?

e' for our activities In Mrs. Hart teacherat the name of the person addressing us for various reasons. This learn to weave so that we can We are studying

":.l but l we still need business you. In conversation use leave our total home-room membership make Indian rugs and sashes. We I Here Is one which Woodson he meows. When he wants 1',

al appreciate any that Is heart.I the modulated tones that are at 32. are also modeling Indian pottery wrote: scratches the screen door. ;
tie anytime believe that I forgot to mention signs of good sense and good Joke from Clay. Some of our girls are My Pet Cat he wants something to eat

dng Cratetul to Joe Andrews last week that we have two taste. When you want to speakto Herbert; Marry me. darling, learning to knit. When the Fair My. cat Is named Topsy at my trousers or moth. ,' !
in+t ao much of his time to new Juniors and we are glad someone who Is at a distance, and I'll make you the happiest opens in November we hope to baa a favorite bush he plays dress. He wants hamburger : '\I
for. They
and supervising our welcome them Into our class. move nearer before you start to wife In 48 states. have many Interesting things to When I play ball at borne, of the time. '

enterpraes.IlId ( He... a great I are Katherine Norman and Arthur peak or wait for some other Lora: Not me, big boy none of put in .the- exhibit. tries to get the ball. Patsy Valeska Dew. rePOrter !

IV e We like to have people I Aagelo. chance. this life In a trailer for me. Eraestine McRae, teacher. When Topsy" want out of Mrs. Brown teacherftRnFORD I
the Interest of the clam I Idalou Davis reporter. t


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J 17 1941"n e


Driver bad to Army 10 years so deserves all a long hard-luck
William Blair; Chapter four, "The have happened (I I etor
off the track he got brother an' a
I' SOCIETY and CLUBSCircle Millenary Enterprise and World back 'I killed In stater! ';n4aw
an auto
Order, Mrs. L. r. Smith wrack
At the noon hoer a tempting Hlthrr an' Thlthert Staike an' Hour !Margaret. Anthony was In sympathetic min.I ,re I Tbt
No. Four WSCS Members covered-dish luncheon was served Lake Butler both have Mayor Jax on official blzneas early this agreed to preach the l'taillJ'
First MarriageIn fUllerat
and at one o'clock the study was Walnwrlghts Irma Stockwell week returnln' as "Miss" Starling gave the man : &*
Baptist WMS Meets Catholic ChurchIn Review New Book resumed. (ex-Si ai'Kelt e) has a leadin'! role Pat Foster and newest clothing, which heT68ed'ClMBut m

I Mrs.' Titus Olson conducted a In Jax Little Theatre productionof bride In town Sunday Tells when Mr LightfOOt J
Circle No. 4 of the Baptist W. the first wedding ceremonyto The home of Judge and Mrs ( Dinner" the arriVed
devotional service and chapterfive "Man Who Came To filends he' workln' at the Ocalaairport cemetery at the at
M. S. met Monday October 6, be celebrated In the new St. E. K Perryman was the scene "The Eucumenical Movement Even the tooth-acne( biz mus'be He's Pat of .the light hour, no one was there PpolnlMla

with the leader, Mrs. H. L. Edward's Catholic Church, Pri- of an all-day meeting Thursday and World Order' was reviewed boomln' judgl from the lights brown hair now Quite different no one TUl!

with Hough The and meeting was opened. vate Peter Petrooke and Miss when the Woman's Society 0 f by Mrs. W. E. Middleton; chapter bit ruin' In Dr. Murphy's windows from the dark color he usedto Powell of the Methoi6 G. C

prayer scripture reading.As Dorothy Jurale, both of Connecticut Christian Service of the Methodist six, "The Church.as .Leaven in I these nights Oliver Hutto sport while workln' In Starke i' As soon as they ChUrch
this marked the
day begin- saw
of were quietly married in the church met for a review of the National Policy." Mrs. E. ,L. Williams back from maneuvers plus six not so long ago (It's really I other an' nobody else, Qch
W. M. S.
the they
ning new ,
the officers asked year presence of a few relatives and new missionary"book, "A Christian ; chapter .evenJ"The World pounds and an Army haircut gray, you know Turned that ed a rat "Did you 1IIJ1eJJ.
following were cOllie
to serve: Co-leader Mrs, Gallant f r 1 e ruin at 9 o'clock Tuesday Imperative, our contributionto Problem In the local community," Peepin' Toms still peepln' way from "shock" when the to preach a funeral?" they here
Secretary, Mrs. Van, H. Carden; morning,, The Rt. Rev. ThomasJ. the world order; written by Mrs, W. B, Sewell; and chapter Hear reports all over town youthful Pat lost his first wife, each other In unit,) .!lake. (
; This instruc- "
Roswell P. Barnes.
Treasurer, Mrs. James Lewis; Murphy performed the cere- eight, "The Christian' Way," Mrs What can we do to break it up? his mother, and child, all within they answered ditto .

Personal S.r vice, Mrs. L. G. mony In a nuptial 01..... tive able meeting direction was of :Mrs.under I. P.the Shepherd cap-- Paul Hudtfns. Note from Enza (Weaver) Har- the space of a week or 10 days ,. both began to gitfflw, feaJlfjJj'Tbll;

Reed; White Cross Chairman Mrs. Private Alphonse PepIn, 0 f and Out of town visitors were; Mrs dee, now one'of chief itenogs. for At'least, thaN HIS story) they'd been taken In res
of mission
secretary construction In Sebrtng ; it JOI
Katherine of co. guessed ,
Hlxon. Keystone The
Mae Edward.; Training School Rhode Island, was the best man Bible study. : sallle bird
Mrs.: Earl Searing; Orphanage while Mrs. Virgin! Unrub of Heights, Mrs J. T..Guy of Hampton Say they're planning to make luck )guy had called at the Melp(

Mr. Jerry Moore; Transportation I Alabama, nurse.atv Camp.. Blan-: The opening devotional, service Mrs. Irwin of Gainesville the Ga.-Fla. game and are lookin'forward Brut Joke of the week,was on odlst parsonage, asking Bro Pow
I was conducted: by MX s. G. C. Mr",:. 'ux of and :lira. to seeln' all the other ell to preach the
:Mrs. Mary Lawson .. ding was the mald:of-henor. Mississippi, A. E. LIgbtfoot an' G. C. Powell funeral! an' bot,
I : Powell; chapter one was reviewedby J. H: of : Starke', fans rowln' a little
Rltch Jacksonville. cash
t to
the :
At the close of the business A luncheon was served Mrs. A Wood, her subject be- when they both landed u p at Well boot .,
I delicious wedding guests at Ann.& Harry's Crosby Cemetery las' Sattlday it's a pretty tuff
a e s s on, refreshmentswere ing "Chaos, Christians Must Pat Ylor14
Fruit basket turnover:
served by the hostess. dining room on West Call street Double' Celebration preach a funeral, but couldn't findIt when they start pullin'"cm
Face It"; chapter two "What Is Lambe ehiftln" from Starke Clean-
at 11 A. M. The dining room Seems the day before a games on ministers,
This circle will meet with Mrs. ; BaYS'OIII
Wrong? Mrs. J. W. White; chap- Helen
: Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Goodman ers to Gem Jewelry (dumbfounded)
was beautifully decorated In called at the Baptist
Gallant green strange man
at "
next month which time
ter three, "Wbat Is Needd? Mrs.' back to Standing soon
who have moved Into Dowling
the Year Book will be studied. and white with lighted candles, recently pastor lum and told Mr. Light foot -
ferns and flowers the new house Just completed by Latest rumor is that Dot CarobBICYCLES
In Tampa. He Is the son of Mr. V7. M. Edwards on his West.Call Powell will take her place in City

WSCS To Meet CarrollHowlandMarriage and Mrs. W. E. Carroll of Durham street property held a.double 'Hall Sara Barefoot back at

' The N. C. birthday celebration T h u r s day, Blending Service Club No.1. .
Woman's of ChristIan
1 Mrs Carrol was educated at October 9. J. D., Goodman and his Muriel Hall takin' up where Willie
Service of the
Brenau College and Pinehurst daughter-in-law, Mrs; Earl Goodman Kllllngsworth left off at the Ritz
Church will meet Monday after- and Mrs L. C. Howland of "
t College. She has often visited in both. had birthdays and Cupids loose again: Jimmy
noon at- 3 o'clock at the church. Orlando have announced the mar-
Starke together with her mother, about 13 relatives and friends Bullock an' Abble Newsome tryin'desperately
e, Businew and program meeting., riage of their daughter, Virginia .
who lived here when the was Miss invited In to birth- to pay for refreshments -
enjoy a I
to James T. Carroll, air mechanic If You Plan To Buy A Bicycle Wagon
SDEAFFKR'S SKRIP INK connected with the First Pursuit Kate LJddon. day dinner at noon, with them. by pitchln' peonies on ,
Ave The dazzlin'blonde
J 1' PI* *1, Qt. $1.75: -BRADFORD Squadron at Elgin Field. Val- Temple

J.' COUNTY TELEGRAPH. parloo, which took place May 1, in' off George around Hill town has Is been working show- Or Tricycle, Let Us Put ,Yours Away

]1// .___ _,_11-.1-___ Carolyn Callstreet mate Marge Williams His

; blzness Is boomln' provln' thatIt Now. After Our Present Stock Is Ex.

f' pays to advertise .

., Gay dotn's behind closed doorsat hausted We May Not Be Able To Fur-
Well folks Another hectic "mascot" for'the Tornadoes Pat's1 Chill Bar Wednesday ,

week has come an' gone Certainly gonna be a football fan peeyem '. Hear the C of C
Startln' with that simply divine when she gets big enuf to know went all-out entertaining the 31st nish You.

game at 'Bradford Park las' Frldayan' what It's all about Rembert and 43rd Div. press sections camp

STARKE FLA endln' with the so-success Carradlne pacln' up and down the public relations officers etc. .

ful Junior Woman's Club danceat sidelines, looking more, than ever Bob (C of C Secretary) Satter- oQo----.- ----(00
the US 0 Club (ex-Army like Ted Huslng IA' search of a field an' brother Dick doln' the

PROGRAM OF WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY OCT. 19 YMCA) Wednesday night To microphone Jaca Andrews and honors Hear tell Dick's ham

Sun-Mon-Tues.. Oct 19-20-21 further complicate matters there' .Bob Long reunitM '"after a too was better'n the kind that mother USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN
were three MUST shows on at too long m neuv r:' paraUon I used to bake Colonel Good-
"PARACHUTE BATTALION"With I the theatres over the week-end Wonder If they've'.set! date rich an' Major Johnson reportedto \
Robert Preston Nancy Kelly---Edmond O'Brien ? .__.__M__- __-
Course I had to see 'em all- yet have very considerately left
Harry CareyLatest
"In the Navy," "Sun Valley Serenade early In the evening so "the boys"
Paramount News Cartoon Novelty I ," and "Unfinished Business" Junior Woman's Club dance could have a good time! .

Wed-Thurs.. Oct. 22-23 Whatta- pace Whatta Wednesday night quite a sockcess 'Nother party at the Tic Toe Tap Eastern Auto Supply
"SING ANOTHER CHORUS"With pace I'd be lookln' forwardto First of a series to be held Tuesday night honorin' Sgt. Maher -

Jane Frazee Johnny Downs Mlncha Auer a nice long rest this week-end, weekly .. Among those doln' the Thrown by 102nd Hq.
Comedy Pictorial News 'cept for the fact that those intriguing honors were Helen Dowling, Det. Among those present: V. S. ST. JOHN, Owner
On The Stage ONE DAY ONLY Thursday Oct. 23 R. A. Fees are comln' Evelyn Stump, Frances Opper- Col. Hooley, Capt. Howard Sgt.

"M1LO TWINS RADIO VARIETIES"Friday back for another visit So I man Katie WaInwright, F ran Toireulla Lt. Sheaffer Lt. Free- Starke Florida
I know 'twill be another giddy Peek, Bunny Kidd, Hazel Guy love, an' all the boys of the 102 ,

Saturday Oct. 24-25-DOUBLE FEATURE 'round Guess granny"was Madge Wthlgham, an' Marguerite Sgt. Mahler's been In the

Feature No. 1-"ROMANCE IN RIO GRANDE" 'right when she aid I'm burnln' Deyorlo More than 400 soldiers -

Cesar Romero Ricardo Cortex my candle at both ends, an' hold- dropped In to trip the

Feature No. 2-"TWO GUN TROUBADOUR" In' a match over the middle light fantastic during the evenin'

With Fred Scott Oh, well Here's to a short Incidentally, the JWC meet- PARK THEATRE
Last Chapter "Riders Of Death Valley" Cartoon life, and a hectic one Ing In front room'(>f the YMCA

tother night proved quite a treat
Saturday MIDNIGHT SHOW at 11:30: P. M. F'ta..hln' back to the football ,for returned soldiers who drop- .

On The Screen game--'twas certainly a thriller- ped In at the Y that''night SUN. MON. TUES.--OCT., 19-20-.21

"SOUTH OF PANAMA"With dlller After those rumors The boys drew chairs up an' sat
Roger Pryor Virginia Vale about Ralph Nettles divorcln' the like an audience outside of the

On The Stage team, 'twas certainly a relief to french doors and gazed in at the 1 t Me :G 3J f
"ARGENTINE FROLICS" see him back In there, glvln' allhe' 23 attractive members TD
GIRLS REVUEAlso wjuuwm* rcroimimiifc3w
got an' makln' two touch-
A Group of South American Girls In their 'South downs-no less-for dear ole Spotted<< an' Jotted: Margaret
American Native Dances: Bradford High Unnerstand Hair (ex-Starkeite) and Jax AirBase

Ree (These) Baggett may be Investigated Cadet I In Starke Sunday
for Fifth Columnist visltln' Margaret's ole friends an' In the o/r-LOYAL BUDDIES ALL-OUT FOR UNCLE SAM!
Hear The Magic Voice RCA activities as a result of her root- In' the .
New Living Sound see changes Edna mmrnr" r rrmr r" '' rr
In' for Wlldwood Tell us It Pearce flee In' from the social e o'

i.: was jus' a gag flee. Cradle- whirl to spend two weeks with a ,. hekfi 4rftiad

,. -____ ... __ _._,_ ._ _d occupyin' Suellen Philips actin' as classmate In off-the-beaten-track 1

,.._..,......",_...."..........._"..."....................,................."........"..,.........",,,.......,.,,...,,,,,...............,,,...",.,..........,.,......,.,...................-...................... ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,, ... ,,, ,, ,, Havana (Fla.) where she'll hit ai etCa s ; : ,
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preppln' for a State Aghterp..tbe toughanaa . nurses' .
exam She allows
Tads bail ti3? .
there're no extra boys out there,

; WE ARE PLEASED an' she's already' :seen all the ztwr out 10,000 feet up with '< .. .
I '. shows .
Alice Graham an' Ab- '
Vj" and Wisecrack
: ."" bie Harley tellin' grin
: bridge
\.tt\elr. I
; k
\ b
> '
.' club all about their'recent wind
ti:, )1'1'1.-'", TO deep .mi Army girl who
': sea flshln' experiences an' get tin'
< <
.c..J.10/-/ "' .,' .' them all In a salty, sentiment.: > *knowt a
<" :: : ANNOUNCETHAT "' "Daddy" Dennis back from ma-
neuvers an' glowln' with p-
: ". pride an' ______ (
: Louisiana sunburn ? Nice addition \ :
., ,t.." to young-married-set: Flor- -
{". Ine an' Hallle Jones An' have _

you seen their cute ..new home?
Seeln' the mi autos made me

(:1" m'P at ol all'l t e ,, could think how come nice out It'd In be a brand If we girls new

model every year If such a
to wunnerful thing were possiblenow _

here's the features I'd choose
for the 19.1.Carolynt Norma Nut-

tall's eyes Marguerite's Dey-
orio's hands Ann Goulpie's
," hair
) Smith's
\ .1 Geraldine
'. Sllcox'scomplexion
: !;t;"
:' > Dot Green's figure ".
: Frances Opperman's voice t "
5 Marcia Sparkman's pep Clara ta
Mae Harley's wit Abbie Har-
: ley's chic With a set-up like
that, I figure .
I IIS my "evenings at
II home" would be cut to the absolute -

r minimum-. _. 1

I Betty B *chr. I t raw berry
blonde" of the Patio (Juice Stand, starring
has gone home ? iSo says her ROBERT NANCY EDMOND HARRY

husband.. Pvt. W R.:'Beecher. Jr..
I Hear business Is so good Bill Gra- +
ham didn't even grumble when "

payin' $15 for the, privilege of8peedln' z Buddy EBSEN Paul KELLYRichard
In Alachua County the
lcern other day Charlie'.Glllett, officIal CROMWELL Robert BARRAT
with the Seaboard's For-
I estry Train here las"Frlday, sums
ar Produced by HOWARD BENEDICT
It up this way; "Starke Is the biggest -
Jewet.y eo ... little town I ever saw In my Directed by LESLIE GOODWINS

life" By the by+,twhat school Origin icnwi Hay fey John TII
bus almost got In the way of the ..rf Mo/or/ huge flr*. Air CerPi
Silver Meteor when taking a load

109 I Call Street of school children,to sea the ;2: St a
train? .
Better ,watch drlvln' S
FINE WATCHES DIAMONDS -' GIFTS up on the track when the bell's A PICTURE GREAT '

i Use Our Convenient still ringin' One train might (/
Payment Plan
II\ have passed but another can be _a;' r; WITH OUR NATION'S
I right along side of'It on a double
II track you know Gives me the YOUTHFUL COURAGEIocr
I .11WIW4WIMn,11X1MMMtl11M111NNIIIIIMMIWWtlWerMWtlWIIMAIW, \, ., 'I MNW'WmmMMMIIAAN'WIMIMIAIAWM' ''''' .. '''' WIAWAMII..ryIaryMNAM,11y1M/MrwrAANAWIWIWIM7WMMWIINMWA, ./ .Wig1.WWWnWIWIPrW. jltt..-. to think 'about what might s

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS I IJ Forestry Train Draws Crowd of 1,500 Lions .under It shows our that farms In and additionto factories Driver Licenses I

Monday October 20, Is the last i
To Interesting Exhibit Last FridayFifteen the staggering monetary loss, day applicants may secure any I'' ;

spent Wed-, Mrs. K. G. Duncan and :Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr. and .forest fires can disrupt whole i\ kind of driver's' license without ,It I .-
powllng against factories blighted communities Industries and tran" '
hundred personsin- surance
M. P. Brown an examination Judge K. K. fI'
spent! Wednesday In daughter. Clair
[ Jean and Mrs.
Jacksonville Jacksonville. B. J. eluding\ several hundred school with idleness and people haunt. portatlon aytilema.; It la a timely Ferryman stated Monday.. "
weeknd Sapp spent Tuesday In Jack students from Starke. Law ley. ed with want and Insecurity; the visual reminder that should. btltarreaching --
iLne spent the sonville. Hampton, Green Cove Springs ftpoMxman' and the recreatlonallst in arousing the pub- STKNOOKAl'H: E It 8 NOT I
L. J. Green and A. H. Green
|a with friends. and several rural achobis--viewed realize that he Is partly dependent \ lic to the Immediate need of forest FADS-ISo e a l' BRADFORD' t
business visitors .
were to Gainesville
It. J. Green and .
daughter for COUNTY TE" ORA"II.
forest resources fire
the Forestry Train operated by upon protection. '
-HI, spent the week-end Monday.Mrs. Judy and Mrs P. M. Barefoot the Seaboard Airline Railway in fishing, hunting:, swimming, anda t
his family spent Wednesday In Jacksonville list of other leisure-time
Son with O. W. White Miss Doro- shopping cooperation with the Florida Forest long

thy White, and Morris Jackson and Park service Florida Forest activities.

Lnnor *Pnt the week1 spent Monday In Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree and Park Association, Extension The second car depicts In one KINGSLEY BEACH
mpa WitI his family. Forester at the University of scene the waste and devastation
of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here cauaed uncontrolled forest fire
Florida, and the United States by
P. M. Barefoot and daughter -
with her Mr. and Mrs.
L the parents Forest Service In Starke last Fri- and poor cutting practices. An-
schellette spent Sara, and little Suellen Phillips G. H. Bennett. MOTOR BOAT REGATTA
other scene of green, productive'
friends. day. ,
Ocala> spent Tuesday in Jacksonville
|la Chu. A. Gillett Industrial Forester forest shows the effects of proper Sunday October 19 1941 -
Miss Ruby Lllley and Mrs. Titus ,
for the railroad was In fire protection the young trees,
W.' B. Sewell were Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. Olson had as their recent
)iTs guest
I charge of the train. 'Those rep- and the loads of forest productson
Monday afternoon In George W. Roberta went to Tallahassee Miss Ruth Mae King, nurse at the to market Illustratethe 2:30 P. M. i
resenting the Florida Forest and way
of 3
: 1st Race I Heat laps
Tuesday to attend the Camp Blanding.Mrs. .
'e. an- Park service were: Ralph Thomas, logic of proper cutting prac
B & C Hydroplanes
nual convention of t h e Florida Class
tices. A illuminated display
educational Ranger; George; Nel- n
laddie Balsden of Jackj Division, U. D. C. Mrs. Davis Is I. P. Shepherd returned land Extension Forester at the board used. as a focal point urges 3:00 P. M.

j a house guest this state president of the organiza- home Sunday evening after a University of Florida, was also atate-wide protection and remindsthe Doc Donahue Special

I Mr.! and Mrs. R. ,C. Bu= tlon'and Mrs.- Roberts Is corresponding visit with relatives In Chattahoochee on the train. R. T., Crouch Jr., Individual what he can do to 3:30: P. M.2nd
for the state.AirConditioned and Montl l1o. Heat of 3 s
secretary Steve Manuel- and Norman D. help. As the first car stressesthe Race I laps

tones from the School of Forestry i benefits and services of for- Class C Racing Runabouts

P. D. Walker Superintendent ,' University of Florida, were eats, the second car carries the ,4:00: .-. M.
for Wolfe & McLeod a t Camp': also present. .I thought that to enjoy these bene- Doc Donahue Special ,

:1 Blanding, spent the week-end In This train whtch will be In op- fits and services, forests must 4:30 I : 1-. 11.\

onctct ecitre Tampa with his family.Sara eration through'\ October 25 and have care. 3rd Race 1 Heat of 5 laps

Misses Barefoot which will make 50'' stops along The third car, fitted up all a Free for all

Green, Nina and, Carolyn Freddie the Seaboard Railway system Is motion picture theatre, permitted The two special events are by Doc Donahue In his 225 l I,
Healthfully\ Bishop Intended to show 'the. dependenceof educational forestry films to be Record "Dolphin" Inboard Hydroplane "
I Wimberly spent Monday afternoon cubic Inch World : i
people on prod live forests. shown while the train was on '
PROGRAM; WEEK OF OCTOBER 19TH In Jacksonville shopping. Its 3-car display 'of Illustrations exhibition. In addition to the DARE DEVIL DRIVERS ,

and models of forest stands Is Seaboard I n d u strtnl Forester, I
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thorntonhad SPILLS!
Sun. Mon. 'Tues., Oct. 19-20-21 designed to encourage the private other foresters accompanied the THRILLS! AND ,

(Also Midnight, October 18)) as week-end guests their son- owner to give his woodlands proper train and consulted with landowners !
I in-law: and daughter.. _Mr. and protection,and to cut his timber and farmers concerning their
"CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT"With ( Mrs. Wilbur McCall, of Galneevllle. "
wisely. forestry problems. The cooperating ------ - ,

Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour It Is also designed to Impress I agencies also distributed literature -

Selected Short the general public with the benefits applicable to this region.
Subjects Lewis, who '
Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
and wide use 'of forest pro The entire exhibit shows uncontrolled
Wed Thurs., Oct 2223"WILD have been occupying one of the ducts. It Is estimated that a. forest fire as a destroyer BRADFORD ENGINEERING CO.
for the
Nollman apartments past hundred billion dollars worth of of resources' which must

GEESE CALLING"With few months have moved to Key- forest products have gone Into' be vigorously. dealth with In orderto Starke Florida .'

Henry Fonda and Joan Bennett stone Heights. building the American nation. The conserve the resource founda- ,
Added-Hat Stuff and Band ShortFri. average citizen however, seldom
Lt. and Mrs. Malcolm McGrew, pauses to reflect that the future I I

& Sat., Oct..24-25 DOUBLE FEATUREHit who arrived here Saturday from : welfare.of our country, like its ; / I 4
Baton Rouge, La., are located'at I 'and Is %
present Inevitably
past welfare Land Surveying ;
No. "UNDERGROUND" the home of Mrs. J. W. 'White. on I a.8oclate4! with wood and ;vy/" t 4.
With Jeffry Lynne Lake Street. with the forests. tltat'| \produce It. Subdivisions .' ,'.. I''
Hit No. 2-"SMILING GHOST"With Mrs. O. L. Haynes baa returned The exhibit display .n the forestry ,
train drives home .
home from St. Vincent's Hospital this point '*
Wayne Morris and Brenda Marshall and Drainage
in Jacksonville and her friends shows 11\' highly effective / ;
here are glad to know that she Is manner the 'importance of for- '
THIS WEEK AT THE ests and the necessity of protect. Civil Engineering
greatly Improved.Mrs. who
RITZ THEATRESunday ing them from the ravages.. of The man
J. M. Brownlee returned forest fires. ,
I it
& Monday Tuesday from Riverside Hospital The' first car '" built around didnt know '

"OUT OF THE FOG"With In Jacksonville, where she spent the theme, "The Sputa's forest resources had, See us for estimates on concrete building :'
the past week taking treatmentfor vital' way loaded :
John Garfield and Ida Lupino are |to everyone'swelfare
an eye infection.Mrs. ," and arrangements here brother who blocks, sidewalks, driveways and ready

Tuesday & Wednesday-Double FeatureNo. Wilmer T. Holteendorf has shows how and why forests are '
"MYSTERY SHIP"No. essential to all groups of people.A mixed concrete.
returned from the A 1achua County Imhowewouldn't
series of photographic Illustrations thought
2-"CRACKED NUTS" Hospital, Gainesville but con In color and various col.
tlnues to be very 111 at her homeon

Thursday & Friday-Double Feature W. Madison St. lections against of forest a forested products back arranged burn Corner Cherry and Jackson or See ,

No. "BROADWAY LIMITED" Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and daughter ground show how the forests affect Charley E. Johns ''I
J. Maurice Edwards:1'\: w
No. "OFFICER & THE LADY" Mills Luclle Mitchell, have the welfare o( the workman, I AgencyStarke ,
returned home after a stay In the farmer, the housewife, the '

Saturday -, Double FeatureNo. Venice and Tampa. While In businessman, the 'sportsman, the 119 Kat,,Call Florida Street HI'"

1-."PHANTOMCOWBOY'". Tampa they were guests of Mrs. community and the;"chool child. IS <, '
George C. Livingston. Foresters are agreed that the I Telephone _.__,__.__._._.__,_.______'_._ ,
of keeping the country'sfore ''I !
Mrs. Pearl Simpson returned producing the thousandsof e

home Saturday from Marlon. Ky., things to:, e American people
where she visited her two broth- need from them depends on the

ers. Mrs. Simpson motored with attitude of the Individual citizen. ,
Kentucky and hail a
The !Ifta and services of the forests
most enjoyable trip. indispensable to the general 11trw fKjU8 A MIEST ALMOST OIn MIIMTt
I'\e' heard add that ran take
welfare is taken for granted by \
a boy out of the country but you E. S. Matthews will spend the the citizen. -_ I .
can't Kt the country out of the week-end In Orlando and will be average Enlightenedselfinterest F ,
Is one of the bent
'.... .; Ii boy. accompanied home by Mrs. Mat. ways to change this public atti-
Not so with the city feller. Take thews who has spent the put
tude and to apread'the forest conservation
.f-.i me fee Instance.. I wait. rat HO I In month there with her son-in-law
Idea, and the exhibit
the city on rye bread, gefilte fl hand and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. F CG4idOi
was constructed around this princ ttu j
other delicacies and now I'm McLendon.Miss .
iple. The grouping and classification
a fool about collard greens. and ,
Wllla Mae Thornton wentto enables each person enteringthe
corn bread. work with the Kdenfield Jewelry car to visualize personal bene- '
Doe that make me a country boy Tuesday. of last week, and fits from the forests and sharpens -

or don't It. Miss Irene Markham. of State his awareness! of the thousand :

Farm, began working there las and one things that forests act : H i
Friday. Miss Markham is stayingat supply. 4EiI.4
the home of Miss Thornton.Mrs. For Instance, the section relat- 1 I
ing to the workman' emphasizes
OR LOVELIER YOUI J. W. Klncald. who bas the opportunities for employment
been visiting her brotber-ln-law which the forest affords and the t'- "

and sister. Mr and Mrs. O. L. saws, hammers, shovels: planes,
Beasley, returned Saturday to her rules and other Items call atten-

home in Tampa. She was accompanied tion to the fact that the forests

to Tampa by Mrs not only provide work, but also I

Beasley, who returned to her the tools with which to performthat

home here Saturday night. work. The community sec .

tion with its municipal watersheds r.II
Mr. and Mrs. Zack Brown recently a /
its Industries, churches,
returned from an enjoyable
ROBE'C schools, and Its family groups fur \ St
summer trip which they spent I-I
ther emphasizes the dependenceof .
touring several mid-western states. .
V ; : ; Before returning home they visited men on products of the forest
Each visitor carries away an
and daughter.
Browne son
In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph BrownIn Impression of forests In his per Determined to make their city bean*

tPt Chicago and his brother, A. sonal life and In the economicand tif til, a dream lone since realised, the ."
Industrial life of the country. f
= C. Brown In Cleveland. Is City Council of DeLand offered property -
1 The business man reminded ,
J Jnib. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weinstein I that forests furnish the raw materials owners in 1886 a ataxrebatebonntjr
tw dinner-dance by that keep the wheels of'
i were given a .
and of 50 cents for each tree planted alone:
the farmer is
their son, daughter-in-law industry turning;
new gandson. In their beautiful residence reminded that be can help defend the .treet.. pioneers soon raised

1 at Weehawken, N. J., priorto his country by defending his such a forest the ordinance had to be ,
appealing their leaving for Starke to trees when he realizes that pro ..

'in Stripej spend the winter with their son- ductive woodlands are part In- ,repealed ,
In-law and daughter Mr. and Y.1 't-

Mrs Hy Carelton.Dr. Jo/rllv. 1atP!

and Mrs. C. C. Mendozaand ". .' Hurt's another Florida Fact t.

a 0 n. Cliff, of Jacksonville, JII""o ;; t

: were guests Sunday of Mr. and ; TIE UX IIENIM. COMMIT
\ Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie X666tauauartrs'tuvt.aou
\ Ritch. This family gatheringwas c; is the only brewery in the
5.95: VSTERNBERG'S. to celebrate two birthday eon a BEE r entire Southeast to be in con..
anniversaries; the 12th of OCtober
Is Mr. Griffin's birthday and ti liniunu operation since 1914! t

also his little grandson Clif Mendoza .I Public Stenographer : \ \ w Jax brewmasters have never

celebrates on that date. Miss Carol WhiteIn % ,* lost heir skill. That's why !'

< \ Lewis E. Terry, who for the JAX is always a smooth, mellow

f \ past eleven months has been Inspector W. T. Clute'fl Office beer. Why not try a

: of materials with the Con- J19 East Call St. ,
I bottle ? i
i ii i struction Quartermaster at Camp 55k. today ? .

Blanding will leave with his wife .

i and 3-year-old son for New York J. II. COUimiANCII! I t SAX BREWING. COMPANY

City Saturday. He has accepteda WaUh-Mker I JKUOIVILIE.FLOIIBJIr Ty4A ,+
position as assistant radio Inspector -
the Federal Con\nunl- BUY WITH CONFIDENCEAT
for _
4! S
catlons Commission under Civil -

Service at a beginning salary of YOUR IIOME:: JEWELER _. -_

$2,000 per year.



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I WITH OUR FARMERSK. RURAL ] New River News week. -o he Insisted back borne *

COMMON SENSE. Mrs. Reddish Andrews and Mrs. safest way that! tra'

Will Andrews visited and shopped to think 'V* .
Je Hle Leo Lazenby In Newfoundland, but states that I in Jacksonville last week-end. on the never .!
T Crews lives eight miles a great help to our county I've Producers of farm products In i traIn' So ?'
absence was more than offset Miss Ruth Tomllnson of Jack- O nl8 detlai
northwest of Starke on 260'acre.., been here all my life, and I know Florida and throughout the Na- SGT. MAN SPENDS FtRLOt.GII: K.'d He took, _
75 of which Is has been done. It Is by the "thousands" of pretty sonville is spending a week's vaca- ride this 1118 Ore
under cultivation. Just what tion being urged to let no HKKK: WITH PARENTS week as 1
are girls sitting In the park every tion with her parents, Mr. and Clara lie accolJ1
Mr. Crews had his I right arm the greatest change that has ever food and feed products waste. Sgt. Willard Mann Is spending a home 'It
afternoon. They were all "verytrlendly" MI's. Frank Tomlinson, this week. far jult
broken six weeks ago when a been made here. My Dad moved All of them will be needed for 10-day furlough with his parents. enough from tiew 11':

mule bucked him off. He rats. here when I was Just a small ourselves and for our Nation dur- Mr. and Mrs. M.V.. Mann.. He too, be states. Grady Mizell reports unusually Lake Butler' he saId ail*!
"The people are very hospitable.The good luck with his 200 young tf he when
about an acre of strawberries and boy. de- service for enjoyed the
ing this time of emergency has been In the U. S. fide, M
winters are long, and the White Rock and Rhode Island
does general farming--corn, peanuts Turning to the war, Mr. Lee fense activities.In four years, spending two yearsin Alvin Wynn of .
but little said "I don't believe England and summers are short. We had our Red baby chicks. He is raising and Ham'
potatoes; very nearly every producing area, the Panama Canal Zone, and Mrs. Wiliaid *
last June 22, and It was for broilers
snow them
trucking. Russia will be able to hold Germany Joyce
particularly during pear harvest- then being stationed at McDill Prevatt. o'
Asked concerning: his stock, he down.. I believe the United Ing periods or after the main crop Field Tampa, until sent to New- plenty cold, even after that, Sgt. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelly and visiting M IS8 Eloise Starke t

replied: "I know I've got one mule States will have to get In. I don't has been harvebted, quantities of foundland last April.' He returnedto Mann says. baby, Judy, and Mrs. Nora Sappof nesday night of last JOhna V;

for he threw down." He has look at this war like most peopledo Brooker were visiting with Mrs.Sapp'lI week
me fruits and vegetables go to waste McDill field] last month. Mr. and Mrs E. H. Meadows of Clifford Hazen

two mules, one horse, a few bead ," Mr. Lee continued. "I look at each year. It is now suggested The ship Cn'whlcb Sgt. Mama Jacksonville were week-end guestsof sister, Mrs. E. A. Sapp, one day this week of Bl'Ooker
of cattle, hogs and chickens. "t\e it from the Bible standpoint. ThisIs Sundayi, "ith h1l
that they be gathered and distributed went to Newfoundland made the Mrs. Meadow's grandmother, ter, Mrs. Rudolph
\ got everything a fellow wanta going to be a world war. They Andl'Wa
for Immediate use or trip under heavy convoy becauseIt Mrs. Maggie Kelley. Little 6-year-old Tommy Kerce Mrs. Robert ,

but guineas and money," be said. called that other war a world either stored or preserved. These! was carrying 80 tons of high Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cowan and son of Mr. and Mrs. Melton Kerce, by Mrs. Clarence Ward accOIJ1 '

Questioned about the war In war, but thatVasn't any world foods are needed to provide ade- explosives. Just beyond Halifax little son of Jacksonville were fell out of a wagon Friday after son of Starke Davis and *
Europe Mr. Crews said "Youshouldn't war. Just a few nations were In It. were ,
quate diets for all the people. they bumped Into a big Iceberg, Sunday guests of Mrs. Cowan'sparents noon and broke his left arm atives, Mr,.. E. A. vta, *
ask me that. I don't Hitler isn't near whipped yet. Demand for commercially canned but no damage was done. "It'sa Mr. and Mrs Frank Tom- about the wrist. He 1 Is having Johns and Sapp, kl1
know a thing about It." Now end then we think he is defeated Mrs M. L, ,
to be John)
goods I. .expected, good thing we didn't hit it just Hnson. some temperature and restless nesday afternoon ;
and then he breaks out In I greater than last year; becauBe.of right, with .all' :those explosives, Mike, .Sheppard, radioman; at nights but is slowly Improving. Mr. of |last vest'
Eury F, Stokes lives wltb'bl.. a new place. I think this war and Mrs. S,
;increased consumer buying power. or I wouldn't be here to tell the the Miami'All' Station wrote Mrs. Kate Sheppard shopped1! ( In L. Civw
father, Horace Stokes, on his 120- will last a long time-much longer family and
Army purchases, and shipments Mr Mn'
real- and
tale, Sgt. Mann commented. home this week that "Miami Gainesville Saturday.
acre farm at Brooker, 80 of which than 1942.
under the lend-lease program. If "The trees there aren't much ly prepared for the storm. The Mr and Mrs. A. P. Hallman of Williams of Lake Butler V
are under cultivation. He has -
commercial supplies can be supplemented over six feet tall-mostly spruce Naval Air Station cancelled all Chattanooga, Tenn., are spendinga Sunday In Apopka
about 10 acres In truck farm, and Dalton Carter, who is in poor with
by n o n -com menial and birch, but they are of great leaves, called In all plane, and weeks' vacation with Mrs. Hall- brother and ?
sells all around health and Is doing lighwork t lster.n-iaw|
vegetables but very will !
storage and preservation, It Importance, for of the world's nailed all windows.It Mr ,
one building man's mother Mrs. '
up Maggie Kelley.: Mrs. Ernest C
mostly on the Jacksonville mar- If any at all, for awhile,, needs and Wlllattt.|
help to meet consumer largest pulp mills was located looked as If we were preparing Little Clara Lee Sapp of Lake
ket he said last week. Mr. Stokes lives in Starke but owns a 60-acre I toward stability. -
will contribute price near our station! ," Sgt. Mann said. for a blackout" Butler came on the train last RULED
is 19 years of age, and has been farm between Lawtey and the IXDEX CAKDS-lJ'
married six months. state prison, 40 acres of which With an eye open for beauty, I Mrs. Agnes Sapp of Lake But- week-end to visit her little cousin $l per BRADFORD

I "Camp BlaTrafng helps every are> under cultivation. "I have Defense councils are now urging he noted the scarcity of flowers let was visiting in our section Pete Sapp. Pete was to see that TKLEOKAMl.: Con
the people of every communityto
body, I believe," he said. "It helps Purvey Jones on my farm as a -
take stock of local fruit and
the farmers. It, gives people share-cropper," he said Saturday."He that be- N
vegetable surpluses may
work." With reference to the war, Is a good man, and I think
come available, appraise com-
Mr. Stokes said: "I don't know' we'll do all right now. I haven't
e munlty needs and distribute these
much about It. England and Rus- worked any this year. The doctors -
surpluses, In fresh or preserved
sia might hold the Germans off made me quit. I go out and i
form, through such avenues as
awhile; but I don't know whether help them a little n
school lunch and playground lunch
they are going to win or not. I "You have to pay a man $8 a
community kitchens, or
4 believe we'll get Into It all right, day to plow, and you know a programs b
meet the tl
In other to nu-
f'fj and not Germany to conquer farmer can't pay those prices," ways
alf.r. I ,
_... tritional needs of families with
IKIVXU auu men wiiio uii lu he said. "Camp Blandlng has beena

y' us. I believe we'll win If we get great help to Starke and the low Incomes. : ,

In. I wouldn't like to live under whole county. Nearly everybodyhas They suggest also facilities be

Hitler's rule." worked there. The soldiers appraised and necessary arrangements _

are also a great help to Starke. be made for collecting, /

R., L. Lee lives on a 40-acre They spend a lot of money here. storing, canning, drying or other- f _

farm 3 1-2 miles southeast of If they were to do away with thla wise preserving according to safe

Starke which three years ago he camp. Starke would be ruined. standards, such of these products
as are not used in fresh form.
cleared himself and built home.
a "I believe they are going to
He also has one brand new house over-do this building business"he With rising prices for most r4r
foods and feeds, as well as for
for rent, he said Saturday. He ventured. But these picture
materials and labor used In the
cultivates 10 acres-ralues mostly shows will be all right, even if

strawberries, corn, potatoes, bog they move the camp; but the beer production of crops, livestock and

feed and sugar cane. "My sugar joints| would have to close. livestock products, prevention of
cane was this he said waste will not only contribute to
sorry year, With
reference to the
Saturday. He also has 10 or 15 national defense but at the. same
I Mr. Carter said: England time will be of benefit to farm
hogs, 6 or 7 cattle, one horse and and Russia cannot hold Germany
a few chickens.
down without the United States
Mr. Lee has an acre and a half I
sending plenty of war supplies to
nearly all set out In strawberries SAMPSON CITY
them The laborers have no
already." "We had no season this' right to strike and hinder the Uy Mrs. S. E. lone

year he said. "Everybody knowswe .
didn't have manufacture of much-needed war W. H. Smith and Pete Dyal e
any season last
materials Just for a few extra
made business to Jackson-
time, but hope for a better one a trip
next time. cents wages, he said. "Look at ville Wednesday ti
the soldiers, the sacrifices they I '
Mr. Lee has three children In Mrs. Rmabelle Tomlinson, Mira .
are making and the small salaries 1 I

school In Starke and had some they get! I believe the United Goodge Cell Jones and Fannie e ? ... 'X'\: '5-

very flattering things to say about States will have to send men, andI Lou Harper were shopping In ...'

the school. "Taken as a whole," don't believe It Is going to be Gainesville Thursday of last week \

he said, "Camp Blanding has been long." Raymond Oliver from Jackson- % "

ville visited friends and relatives ...'w..... -'.:::-... -. "" "1 ,

here Thursday. ....q I', I:1;; 'INOshe's
Mrs. Arle Brown aad son, Ray- /,
I BrevitiesBy
mond, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

Charley McKlney Sunday.

Rev. W. T. Menshew filled his not a debutante glamour girl
Mrs. Klilon; Hardy LADIES SEWING CLUB appointment at the Christian ,

p IIRIDUE CLUB MKKT9Mrs. its The regular Ladles Sewing Club held i church here Sunday.Mr. famous model or movie star-she's just a sensible Southern

B. F. Hazen was hostess semi-monthly meeting Waters and sisters from

Thursday afternoon, October 9, when tained Mrs.at her O. home W. Rhlmes Tuesday enter-aft- Jacksonville attended church here housewife who enjoys modern conveniences and likes the

when she entertained at her home Sunday.

from three until five The living guests ernoon.were The seated rooms were where decoratedwith the Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite and idea of thrift and quality. In a word she's one of the thousandsof
L. J. dinner ,
room where the guests assembled, son, were guests of

was decorated with cut fall flow- fall flowers. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones Sunday. women who daily serve and enjoy Southern Twin-Pack

ers. After severat games, tempt- Alter a business session with Little Miss Joan Smith attendedthe

ing refreshments were served Mrs. Pearl Markey presiding, the birthday party of Miss Janet Bread and 'Redi-Cut Cake because of these

those present. Mrs. J. P. Roberts remaining time was given to sew Anderson In Starke one day last very qualities.

was awarded prize for high and ing and seeing each other's work. week. .

Mrs. Mao Hall for low. Soon after the business session Kirby, Smith and Man Robinson

the. hostess, assisted by 'Mrs: I. visited "Hampton Saturday.Mrs. .

BAPTIST CHURCH B. Harrison, served dainty sandwiches Josle Hall and daughter, THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS HER TESTIMONIAL

Rev. O. E. McCauley, paxtor. and iced tea to the members Mamie, are 'guests of W. J. Rob-

' Morning Sunday School 10:00: A. M. present.. inson this week. She':,has written it by reason of her continuous purchases of Twin-Pack
Worship 11:00: A. M. Mrs W. H. Smith Is

Evening Worship 7:00: P. M. i Raiford Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn of I this week having her very home busy re W Bread and Redi-Cut Cake. We know, from constantly growing sales, that it

Visitors of the are church.welcome at all services :.. mother were Mrs visiting Jim Mott Mrs., Sunday.Rahn's modeled. voices the opinion and experience of thousands of her friends and neighbors.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan iv rinmiT rorRT BHIDPORDCOl

Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy and 'MTV. KI.OHIUA. CHA.NfllAX'KUY. : -
Orlando were visiting friends and son. Dudley, and Mrs Charles W. el. Kdward. IF, by chance, you have not yet discovered the fine quality of Twin-Pack

relatives here over the week-end. Hardy, Sr., of Gainesville were Plaintiff Bread and Redi-Cut
-va- Partition Clue No. 1010 Cake-and the convenience and thrift of these 2 clever
Mrs Jack Keene, Mlsn Audrey visiting Mr. and Mrs. E 1 don Lillie Hendry and her husband,

Polk and Miss Lubedia Plnholster Hardy Tuesday nl#ht. Hoy K. Pefendant llendry, packages-read the brief descriptions below, then hasten to your favorite

were shopping In Gainesville Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Resale Colson and NOTICE OK c'O\l USIIIOSERS': food store and get acquainted today..
urday morning. MALETake
Mrs. Sam Mott were transacting Notice 'that the ('''dCommlHHlonerH
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grover of business in Gainesville Saturday In: accordance with
Miami the Decree of Partition and Sal
are spending their vacation morning.
rendered In above cause, will Hell
here with friends and rela- MI' and Mrs. W. H. Hinton were the following property situate In ,
Bradford County. Florida, to-wlt:
tives. Mr. Grover is on the po- : visiting In Jacksonville Sunday. HW' of 81-.4 of S..... 29, Twp,
lice force in Miami. :1 6 M. K. 22 .;., !less. 1 acre iquare.
Mrs. C. L. Atkinson was visiting In NK corner thereof also less Sacren
Mr. and Mrs G. W. Hazen and i her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. Hqunre In NW corner thereof S ,
Mrs. E. J, Hazen and children and Mrs. also IMPS commencing at NE oafhernILIttD
McKInney In corner of SWt. of SKV; afore-
Howard, Donald, and JUllun, were i Starke Tuesday. raid and run Mouth, 2)0 ft. to a dBREgp
visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazenat Harold point of beginning thence run s"
Sapp of Jacksonville
was Went210 ft.. thence South 210
the State Farm Sunday. I visiting his mother Mrs. Nora ft., thence Kant 210 ft., thence
North 210 ft.1) and also l less a
Mrs. Frank
Feagle and Mrs. I Sapp over the week-end.
trip of land SO yd wide lying d
Mac Hall were sho p pin g in I Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley on South Hide of said 6 acre 1\
Gainesville Saturday afternoon. and family of Melrose square, and also has railroad
were visit- rljht of way and graded road
Mr. and Mrs Charles Hardy, Ing friends here Sunday. right of way,
to the Ms-heat. bidder for cash at
Jr., and daughter, Joyce Charlene, O. W. Barry attended the livestock the South front door cl the County

of Starke were visiting relatives sale In Valdosta, Ga., last courthouse In Starke. Florida, dur-
Inc the legal hour. of Hale on November TWIN PACK
Sunday. week.C. I, 1941. REDI-CUT CAKE
Mrs Howard Mott Is spending C. Melvin Lucille Melvin Hen Rowe

this week In Graham with her i Lorraine Thomas. Talmade Kelley C.Charles A. Knight Hardy Twin halves individually wrapped. Serve one New, different distinctive I A wanted idea
sister and brother-in-law i Lucille Hinton Earnest Ed Coniml8.lon 'r.. half and save the other. '
Mr. and Knlcht ft KnlffhtMtarke. here at last. 8 big even slices delicious 2-layer gold
Mr. George Rivera :wards. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Florida Double wax wrapper protects freshness, helps cake
: and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keene attended Attorneys: furPlatbtift. on a tray, in separate compartments, ready
Mr. and Mrs. F, M Vlckey, Jr., the football 10-10 4t 10-81 you avoid stale bread waste and save money. heed, ready to serve.
of Gainesville were recent guests : game Friday Two kind! for variety: All White and Half Four Lady
night popular' nd Caramel
at Bradford High. i Chocolate ,

Mr.of her and brother-in-law Mrs. Earl Green.and sister, Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Cowartof Beware Coughs and White-Half fresh. Wheat. At your grocer, always good Baltimore and Variety 2-in-l ((4 ,slices Chocolate,

Starke were visiting Mrs. Cow- 4 slices Lady Baltimore)-only 29c each.
' Mr. and Mrs. R. Underhill of art's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James 'from common colds

Jacksonville were guests of Mr,
Padgett, Saturday.Mr. .
and Mrs. C. C. Melvin Sunday. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen of That Hang On ? SSe 4oC hei1

Mrs. Jessie Wilson of Gainesville Hampton were visiting Mr. and /au It%

: was a week-end guest of Mr. Mrs. M. 1\(. Hazen Sunday.Mr. Creomulsion relieves promptly because
and Mrs. O. W. Barry While here it roes right to the seat of the
U and Mrs. J.V. Thomaa trouble to and expel
she visited friends and old ac- and baby of Jacksonville were germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto \

quaintances.Mr. week-end guests of Mrs. Thomas' soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed
With the
savings make
and bronchial you
Mrs. Ardell mucous mem
, Crosby of parents, the C. A. Cro by.'. Mr. branes.Tell % when
Starke we revisiting relatives your druggist to sell :you you regularly serve
' ,Thomas recently moved to Jack bottle of
here a Creomulolon with the understanding Twin-Pack Bread and Redi- i
' Sunday. /
sonville where he Is In the mer- you must like the way It
t Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Crews and cantile buainesa. quickly allays the cough or you are Cut Cake you can buy Defense -

. Marjorie Sue and Miss Cleo Barry Resale Colson has typhus fever to have your money back. Stamps and serve your

of Jacksonville were visiting !oIl'. and has been very ill but Is bet CREOMULSIONfor country.TIlE : A I
and Mrs.
, O. W. Barry Sunday. ter at the time of this writing. Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis



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I TRNTIO" TO ln th e Circuit Court Bradford 11T N. Walnut Street. %'OTICR OF 1MTKNT10N TO under which we are engaged and' .N TIIR riHCflT 4-OVHT. KKill'TMJl 5011610 OP INTKNJTION) '6011111111511CR

OTlf F. OF VU'TITIOI''. NAME County. Florida.-In Chancery. 01e.r Starke. Bradford County, Fla RKOIHTKH KUTITIOI S M\HK doing business at .Ht'I.I. ('1516'''IT OP PI.OH. FIWTITIOI NAMMNotice

1TEK, herby lVSfl that theunder of Service. X.U.. to appear. That the said business Notice hereby trlven I that the West Call Street.Starke. IU. IN ANI> FOH IH.U"'O"U la hereby given that the

.iIC the provision. State of Panford N. and operated by the following.interested undersigned., under the provisionsof Bradford County, Florida. IO1 NTV. I unl.r.l.n.d. under the provision I
r'; Iewe af Florida Pinion >s. Susie Pinion On parties: Chapter 2096S, of That the said business Is owned IN ClltNCKHY'Irglnlu 063 I.wl cif Florida
209&3. with the the 3rd day of November ond.r Williams 1I7 Walnut Acts of 1941. will .Wl Flnrhla and operated bv the following Inerested (leer. Acts of 141 wile( register wi" i'|{
h.f\941\ will t'lrcult r..JrI..te.Cnlrt. In and Susie pinion whose .. StreetB' Clerk of the Circuit. Court. ,wlh and Ih.i parties: 11"lnlff.I Clerk of Circuit! Court' and *"]i

l 1M "OUIIY, Florida the Atanta. n.orll. 77 Baker tr..t. At tl.rk. Bradford County, Flor- for Bradford County Florida the I Mlna M Uradv, Stark. Fla. -vii- No. 1461 for II Iro' County. Floridath.

lr.lord, of r"qult.d to appear the ida, dy ot October. 11141, fictitious name of I At Stark, Bradford County F'or- ante. F. (leer. Ictltloua of
ItI"I .
shop.r IH; for filed against her 10-3 10-24 Economy Co. Ida' this day of t.pt.94. Defendant ouy'M .. ,
rholO engaged and herein. This order to be published under which t.rvlc engrained and lrd. ORDER (tIP fR"YIC1 tinder which ". are engaged and >

;I.'hh'h ale once a week for four consecutIveveeR. doing at"I. NOTICK TO d"lnl business at |
hu1neM at In the Bradford County Tele- OF I>TK>TIOV TO b".ln.e.Avenue.Starke. NOTK'K OF I'T"\TIO' Tit THE STATE OF FLORIDA. Smith Vslnut Htreet.tarke

I E' -' ?. FIe graph, a newspaper published) In .'OTU".1. FICTITIOIM MAMB Temple. County, Fla. nlc"'I':1: FU'TI'rIJ. that"*>IH the Tn James F. leer, whose real- i id.nc. Bradford County .' .'
U &dd'bSs said Bradford Notice Notce I. Ilv.n ., Unknown.It That the said business Is owned
r County, Florida. hereby given that the That the said business Its owned .
under provisions
i .' Htarke under Is hereby ordered that you are and '.r.I..I t. the following interested i
the following in. Florldl. Oct. 2nd 1941. und.r.lcne. the provision and operated by the following In- und.ral.n.d. )
of t tlluy
p.ral.d bv ( ) A. J. Thomas Chapter 2095 Laws of erested parties: 20963. J.a. Florid. r.qulr..1 to appear cm, the 3rd day p.rtel .
Acts of 1941 will Ilorlda Acta of 1941. will register of November A. D. 1941 before th. H Stark. Fla. .
' parl.. 55. Starke. Fla. Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford regIster wih U M Barton r. O. Box 111.Starke and .
BOX Clerk of the Circuit Court In
Clerk hove entitled to the it At Bradford ( "unlFlor.
of Circuit Court .Iark.
, County, Fior. County, Florida. 10-3 Ih. and Fla. Florida. .ou..t. bil
Bradtor 4 10-3 tot Hradford for Bradford County thefictitious complaint you the Ida. ., day ot 141.NOTICK .
,!csrte, October. 14. i County .'Iorlda. the At Starke, Bradford County, Florda name of fl.d a..ln.t and "Hr.d. thll Spt
, n flcllo\a n.m. of this Int. day of October 1941. Fish Market above cause; -
"lit 10-Sl *OTICK TO drill. is-si Macnol. ford County T.I..r..h.I Is herebyeslgnated .
01 I.TE\TIO. 0-3 4t we are engaged anddoing invhlvh. INTENTION TOUKiasTKH
AMK under, which we are engaged and Ind. '
IVTKNJTIOI TOFKWIOfJ h.lll'r.R I doing business at business at thl o ( shall be publishedonce 'I'TITIOI.1 NAMBNotice
OF that the
oTlCl. WAMH h.r."y Ilv.n HiTF.VTION TO 204( Call Street.Htarke. that thenderslgneri
Hi .W. Call Street. NOT1rl OF week for 4 consecutiveWeek. h.r.h .Iv.n
.r.I4TIfl 1 given that-thed pr.vl.lon Starke, Bradford Fla. .(' NAMK I Bradford County, ... und.! proviele
Ie h..bY of Chapter 209(3, Laws Florida County .TIOI.I Thai{ the said business II'"dand of Chapter 2053. aws of Florida.Acts
.tlve the pro"l lon.apler That business la owned Notice la hereby glv.n that the WITNESS my hand and the seal >
under Acts of 141. will register with the the-sald operated by the following of 141. will 1 register with t.Clerk *
rIkn under provlslona II.ler..I.d
and of this court at
ifllSS Florida operated by the following Interested "lark. Florid. '
Clerk of Circuit Court In and und.rll.n.d.
at the Circuit Court In .od
register Laws of Florida ; bis 14th day ot .
01 Ml. wIlV Circuit C.urt.wlh..nd8rdford for Bradford County Florida the Blandlnr parties: Inc.. Starke Fla. Acts Chapt.r of 1015. .I.t. with lb. O. T. Burr"l.part. Starke\ Fla. 941.OFFICIAL. S.pl.mh.r. for Iradlnrd'o.nly., Florida. Ui* \
of the the flcUtou. name C.nt.r. Circuit In and At County, Flor J. Thon..a.Clnk nan.f r >
k D. Connell Pr Clerk of the ( SEAL) A. flllou.
CounlY, Florida Stark,
Dry CI.an.r. Laundry F1Kugene this day of Sept. Photo Shop '
of under which I and for Bradford County Florida, the Ida Ird., t. of the Circuit Court.
we are
Park Theatre,
tlo.a Co.. at In.eK.d Joseph Arnold Trea"., Starke, fictitious name of John 8. ('owles
> tinder stud
and Building ft Supply Co. B-tt 4t which we are engaged
.reared Fla. Trianon lalntlff Attorney
ak''hVn1 are 1.1
f w. W. Call Street At Ptarke Bra d I tinder which we are engaged and IN TIIR nun IT t'OI'RT KICMTH d.ln. business at
County Flor. .
.ln Btarke Bradford o.nty. P1* f"r OP PI.OH.lilt. .
bu I .it mriti.
business at 'dnut Ir.et.
,r this' let.. doing .U.11.r
That the sId business Is owned Ida day UH '
I Olob.r. Cherty Streets, IN ANn MHAItPOHItIN COVRT. KIOIITIIJl County, Florida.
'' "nr'ad'ford County. 1024SOTIeF 10th and .v THW rmrirr
FIe and operated by the following' interested t ..
k' Bradford County, Florida. 0 l',TI'. IIH'IAI. PI.WH. II.rk.l b..ln".1 ,
; said} business own.e parties: AI.rk. ( (11'11.0' h In.
.i ih. owned riliNCKRYDllya
said business .1'1.1
oporal.l bY> the Junlua M. Smith, Stnrke, Fla. (). I\TK\'TIOV TORKG1WII.n and That the by the following. In. Jones list.NTV.IN A I .. .H.IFnD ereated .) \ (,
operated [u.rh.I..r. 'OI ,
Td At Rtarke, BradforI'ou"ty. Florida : NAMKNotice W. N. ..Rr".lon. Corner J ffer.
"T VaIl Htarke Flat.ark" this 1st. day of October 1841. Is .1"ITI'IOII that the eresteil : Fin. Plalnttf. 141* IN Ron and ark. Flav.
L Bradford ?. Flor. 10-24 h.r.by cl"n SsP.. %!nNeas. flalneavllle. -vs. ''J. Kemp M.rK.n., T."pl. r".I'tl ,
10-3 4t Sam K. h ChurebStreet
of October 1S41 "nd.r.lrn.d. und.r provisions F. Selle, (Oalnesvllle Fla. William O. J1.rh.l"er. Plaintiff ; 011
, day Chapter Laws of Florida. .ohn *, Bradford County, Flor I).?. -vs- No. 1411 Starke

o 10-31 Acts of 1941, WI\ register with Ih.I.rk da, this 23rd., day of Sept. 1941. ORDER OK IFRVIF Kaye Morgan, At Starke, Krsitfmd ..nty. '.1.1
4 In Circuit Court. Bradford (ol.nl. of the Court In and NOTICE TO Defendant.ORDKR in, this r 1nt., day of Sept 141.

OF INTENTION TOTLTrR Florldl-In Chancery.)'. for! Hr"dfor,1 County, Florida the TiE STATE OF FLORIDA 1* SERVICE 10-10 4 10.3
? FKTITIOl'H 3AMH Hill f. -vs- Ivy F. Hill, TiefenJant f'Itou. name of OTICn OF ItTKXTION" TO 1 ft. )"" whose NOfK'K TO AI'I'EAR ,.

::1 hereby .Iv.n' that the lnU Monday, the 3rd day 8111d.under RW.IBTKH .I""IOI" NAMK. r"d. Is 1903 Baker.r. e, THE STATE OF FLORIDA : OF' INTKNTION Tn ,

rifined; under proviiitonahipter of November. A. n. 1941, the defendant. which we are engaged and Notice Is tl'.n that the 11'a. New York. Tn Kaye MOIKSII. whose residences 'o'ru'f, PICTII'IOIH NAMH

' 20 51. Laws o? Florida Ivy F. HIl. Is required to doing business at i und.r.ltn..I. under provisions I.herebv ordered that you are Rock HIM, "oult.rolna, care Notice .:hereby given that theinderslgned

41. will register with the appear the tied against her 124V.. Call tlreet.SturUo. I 20963. Laws of Florida required I to apnvar day Robert under the provisionalnf '; I"
.1 1 the Circuit C.urt. In and herein. This order be publishedonce Bradford County, Fla. Acts of 1941, will register with the of November A, n..ot"'lh.b.\r the .f It hereby ., Inl.l. you .1. Chapter 2051. Laws of ,
K of the for four consecutive That the said business Is owned Court, In and above entitled con of : .
Bradford County. a ('lerk of the elrul required to appear on the 3rd, Acts of 1911, will' register 'rlt.) '
name of w.ekl In Bradford County, Telegraph and opeiateil by the following Interested for Bradford 'UUIIY. Florida. the complaint, filed alain.t the of November A. D. 1041 '..I"r. the (Mrik nf the .' Court
. Dug published In parties: name of above entitled : and "Brad of .I.llty.: ldl
Service u newspaper above entitled court to the for Bradford the) '
Sita f.llou. bil
..IK hlchi we are engaged and said Bradford Countv.fttarke Eugene D. Connell. Starke, Fla. Howln.A l.y.und.r ford County Telegraph" Is herebydesignated complaint filed SKHlnut you the name of :
r buKifleeC at Florida October 2, 1941.oFFICIAl. At II.rk. Ur.dforl County, Florida. whl.h Ir. .. and as the n..ap.p.r. In above entitled "cause: and 'Brad Fair Ili-auty Salon

r N. Walnut St.. ( SEAL A. J. Thomas Ihl. I. ., October, 141. doing b"olnea. at which this order .hal ford County Telegraph" '. hereby 1".1.1'' which .e are engaged aud
I.Bradford County Fla. Clerk Circuit Court. 10-3 4 10-2 10-3 4 10-24 T.mpl. A v.n.e.Sflrk. Dines a week consecutiveKeeks leslgnated as the newspaper In business at

said business Is ownee ( .. Hradford County 1'11 which this order Mhal be published. West Call Street
Operated by the That the said business WITNESS my hand and the seal nce week 4 consecutive Slnrke., Bradford llo.ty. Florida. 0 .' I
parU.e IN: riHrrrr ('Ot'HT )II1'eDFOIID IN' e'IR'li'r tot RI' BM "1.0"1 and operated hv the fol.wln. Interested of this court at HI.rk. Florid.. weeks.. That the said business t* o..d

'id t'owdrey." Z21 N. Walnut St., cot STY, ILOHII' tiltS- ('Dt sri, F1Al4ll-l5 '' parties this 14th day of Hpl.m.. A, 1.>. WITNESS 1 my hand and the 501 and operated. hy the following In-
0. CKRY.Llnnl cTtt 1. S, A. Weldnn. 425 Walnut Street, 1941. of this court at Starke. (crested partlns: ,

k Starke: Bradford County Flor. I* Fogg 1uley. E. I. Murphy, PI"lnttt. v. Nancy At Starke, Bradford (''Ulty, Flor. (OFFICIAL SEAT.* A. J. Thomas,. his 241 h day of September J'lorhIR., Mrs. A. 1..1"1.n". ft.rl. Flav ,I ,
th of October 1941. Murphy, l.t.ndanl. Monday Ida this 1st.. day of Oct"b.r. 1941 Clerk of the Circuit Court.WayhrlKht 141.OFFICIAL. At ', PloTida j

tIle 4t r -nday -vs- Case No. 1472 the 3rd., ov.mbt 194. the 10-3 4 10-24 A WaybrightPieintif's ( HEAt.) A. J. Thomas, I this 13rd. day of Sept. 141. 1 1o'ru'f

I George M. )McCulley, d.f.n""nt. Nancy Mur.h Pink -- Attorney. 8-26 4 10-1 {I.rk of the ('I'llt Court.

roi'RT. BR I>FOR ) I.flndall. Hill' N. C, la "' appear- to TO WHOM IT MiV OONCF.RM lohnj. H. .I.owl.. oP. IMTHNTION TO .
i inn IT ( the bill for filed against 30lI5n'I'I'tl \ ;
I FLOHI..I IN t1.Nar. TO APPBAIt her herein Plvorc. TAKE NOTICE THAT one 19315Chevrolet OF INTKNTION TO AI.rn.y. 9.2 4 : KK'TITIOI'H N A 111.3
No. M-60 \O'rrf Notice Is that the
Engine hereby given
of Florida to: neorgo M. This to be oncea r1crA 1"OII'I'n PH'TirlOIB NAMMNotice I
oll.r publ.h.d 4 No. 3-22.14H, undersigned under the 11
THK provision)
W. Tullls. New weeks 78418, hereby given that (lie TO I
South OP
lr McCulley, 220 Street w..k f.r tOlr .on.'ullv. value of 1''I'\'r. I>f Chnpler mull Laws of \
with appraised I. .
plaint"LU York City, New York: In Bradford Countv Telegraph, a an und..lgn.d. under the Irovllion. lit:<.i.ri.-.u: "' 1'1'1111 NAMHNotice ,
jelled i Bradford Acts of 1941 wilt
.,.. CR'e No. 1443 You to appear on newspaper published said Bradford than 11,000, was of Chapter Jons Laws : hereby given thvt the register :hrli"
an Fudkln Tullls. November 3.required llt! In above named I'...nly.IOJ'FIClL Bounty being used, Florida In :rO,2 f'9 SectionR. for Acts of 1941, will, register Court with In aolfor the undersigned., un.I.r the firovlalons" 'lerk fur of the,' 1'lr..1 Court Fh> I' ,i
o.f.ndanl.ORDER Thomas Clerk of hue Ilr"l.r "Ity. rlda
Court and wherein plaintiff SEAL) J. of Chapter: o!* : of Florida .f'
Florida, \ : j
bF PI'RLIATIOS divorce and custody of child Clerk Circuit Court. ( h.pl.r 19301 I.w. Intention lr.dfol'd County Florida, th* Actn of 1941. will' register with the hm. n.m. 1' '
.k. that H Is the ColumlilH Military I
ASP NOTICE TO APIBARnt Hradford. County Telegraph shallpublIsh Itark. Florida, September" 2'ith! IIS, ." fld '. ofSouthern ('Inrk of the Court lit aril latrlhltora 'I'
of Florida to: Lillian BoilTulllB. this Order In next four 10.3 if J.Y. J..rb"rouJh. Director of 60 to II 1.00 Store.under for Bradfoiil I'"l 1"101.1., thefictitious inder which we .lsas.d ..4
St., 194. 4 10.2 of ..Iy. lolnw business at '
No. Bit! N. Robinson Issues. the l.v"r.. l.p.rl".nt which we are engaged and name of )
adelphta Pennsylvania. w..kly seal Florida Talaha. .. sell doing at 151 Cull 11r..t.
hand and official hl.lne. Cy "NAl's I'lnce.inder .
my ; described at HtnrKe. Florida.
ua are 3 reeiulred In to appear n.mpd on ,at Wln.M.Slarkl. J'lo'lda, this September IN r'lR'IiT (U'nT. lilt \"romCOI > the" pro."y front. of the CourtHuns West Bradford( Street.Stnrke. Cntintv. 1"hcuridit.Thai which we are 4'ngngeil and] 'I'hcl the" said<11.ln.M.("lnty. itt, owned "
ember ahov. < "
194 wherein plaintiff 29. 1941.OFFICIAL. NTV, FIOIUU.I' til.t!- at Florid, at 10:00A. the said, business Is owned doing business at ntul operated bv wins In.ti'reNteil ,
rt and J. Thomas Itark. Ill West Call Street,
cau.. ( SEAL) A. t'i.ity.Samtiei. 1V41. I
M. 21 prti.al!
i dlvurc. Brad fold this County Order As Clerk of ..Id Court. I K. Phelan. Plaintiff, vs. The State on o.loh.r Beverage Department of and :operated: lv Ihe following In.teresinul I Stnike, lirudforil "'(IIIIy. Florida. HVIIIHII I'h. 151 Street .
shall publish parties: Is owned (.I
graph Phelan Defendant. On Thut I the said liuslness
& HuightPtarke Mary F. '
Knight the right to reject .
, t four weekly Issues.titntM Florida reserves Van If Priest, Madison, "I and the following In. tl"'k. .1. !
Fla Monday, the 3id, day of November, iqieiated by
official( and all bids. Brnilfnrd ('nunt Florida '
hand and any M. N. "lark.
my thus Attys. for Plf. 10-3 4t 10-24 1941. the defendant, Mary.. I'h.lan. All claiming ally right or U".al. Irl.al. M".laon.FI. terested piirtles.: ( : Sept, 141.
al Starke.ittil.FIiAi J'lorld., Sep. (if 200 West 20th Il N.w Vk. Inteivst p.rHon.n orto naltl I property or ('yrl. tl.lrulk. XI t OrnngeStreet
hcr 29 N. Is required to the At NI.rk. Hrsll.r,1 (o."ty. or Iark. FI.. !
Y. appear thereof hereby re. "
SEAL) A. J. Thomaa r are Ida, this "I.t. 1941. ( 0
( d.y 218 Orang
In Circuit Court, Bradford Coiiiitv, bill for Divorce filed against her 1IIrlf to appear and to such lrd. Alma K. HI..ru"k. .rn" '
said Court. "ki ,
of ,
Aa Clerk R iIilwl'plt: : "
K a t.. Plaintiff herein. (30) days from Street, K'.rk.' IU"I'I'I'IOI I I
within thirty
J. Lewisliumvllle claims Flor.Idii. Notice Is that theUtuttsriiigiuei t L! :,
Id County,
-VBKay Katz the Defendant. On This order to be published oncea the date of the first publication of 'TO AL tI.rk. Ira.l.rd h.r.hy al".n .
Fla. of November, ; week for four ('on..rullv. week for by Seclion NOTII OP INTKNUHN thll :.. ., ..y t"lll. 1941.sori.ii .r the provlslona '
this notice as provided ,
. for Plf. 10.3 ? IIIOI1INTKH: KUTITIOI of Chapter IOnr.,1 Florida
4 10.2 Fay Katz, Is In Bradford County Telegraph, anewspaper ( 19301) Laws of : :
1941. ,
Chapter Is hereby given that the will 1 g'I.f
--- aieth3.da- bill filed published In said Bradford Notice Acts of 141 I, with) the :
I the Never. ,, TO
to to I
Ih. Florida 1939. ,
under 'r"'I.
undersigned I the I..vlalon. 0' ('lerk of the ( ( In !
('01 RT. BRADFORD This order to County. of 1 Florida Tallahassee NAMI'3 'lr"11 "rti. .,0

rRflT 1"1', FLORIDA' ( ."!. be published h.r h.r.ln.once a week for four OFFICIAL SEAL Clerk) Circuit A. J. Thomas(Court age I'ol.rlm.nt, Florida "I II Curb rights of Acts Chapter of 1941 I 20153., will' -*K'I.of with Flnrlila: the N.I"e IItll'I':1: ....1'1011 alv". that the fur Ir"lfo"I .C..lly.ff 1'lor .11. tle
Bradford .
In "slil I..tl. .
c-oitsecutlve weeks and Interest" In property In and under provisions
: aY Clei k of "lie I "d.r.lan.d. told P Hardware Co,
Beatrice Price, Plaintiff vs. County Telegraph, a n"w"pRIerpubl.h.d Florida September 29th.1024IS shall cense and teimlnate.E. for Bradford 'Irrul the nf 209(3 Laws of Florida, 111. phy D. Price De.nd.nt. On In said Fradfo'd County, 1farke. 10-3 4t W. HcnrhoimiKh." : Director.of I fictitious name 'olnly.of "Iorlda. Ads 1 :fl'1941, will, register with; the un.l.r business we at are .

day the 3rd.. Florll., 2. 1941. Stat* Beverage Department I Oeorge's, and Cleric of th* Circuit Court In am Street ,
, tile defendant Murphy D. ( ttark. ) A. J. ThomasClerk CIRCI? roniT, BR.UJ.'OltJrOI'T" Florida Tallahassee, Florida. Half Moon 1.IIalh.tl l.ua. for:: llrudford County, Florldn, the C.I Bradford County, ( : -

f of Jacksonville Florida Is Circuit Court. 10-3 4 1024In "1.onIU"I' (1" 9-1 &t toitSOTl'il i under which we,are engaged and fictitious, name ofBradford luark"l I the said business llorlda. \ ,
Ired to appear to the bill for CKHY. business at Inn, and tiiiemletl by the following In. S

.rye filed against him herein. Circuit Court Bradford County.Florida. Maurice Lwln. Plaintiff, vs d"Iul W..t Csll Street, under which we are engaged and terested parties: I ;

hi. order to be published oncek In Chancery. Kmma Lou Dorothy ,, Defendant. 0 n .INTK TIO'M TO1.tU'I':1 Starke Bradford County, Florida.' doing business, at J l I'. ( Slarke. Fla. II t

. fur four consecutive w.ekl Plaintiff vs. Leonard Her. Monday, the 3rd, day uf NovemberIt41 VU"fITUI'1 SAMK That the mail business owned Slate Ruad 13, At .rl.I... Brldl" County, Florida /
Bradford County Telegraph, a Prlt.rH. alias Thomas L. Purvis the defendant, Dorothy Lowln: Ilven Ih.t the and operated by the following Interested Htnrke. hradford (..nly. Florida.That this II3rd. day of Hept. Ut t
puper published said BradCounty. b.rt Prlter. On Monday the 3rd of Crosvenor Plan K.w tld.rlln.d. under provisions parties: the said 1 business In nw.,1 !,

the defendant 15-19 Long Island, ., yequired 209K3 Laws of Florida, Ouranlu I Omprnaes, 117 Went ( and operated. by the following .
1941 al \/1
November, heY :
F1C1AL SEAL) J. Thoma day of Herbert Pilttera to appear to .lr foi Acts of t94. wil register with the Street Stnrke, Fla. crested *11.0 D'I''f OP 1.1'I'rO" ,'nIIU..I.I" ,
Clerk Circuit Leonard ( In and Lliidnuv p. O. Box 114, ( t
Thomas L. Purvis, whose residence Divorce filed against her herein. Clerk of t'lr",1 'n.rl. At Starke, Bradford County, Florida trUfla. J 1.11 ..
.ark*, Florida October 1st., 1141. alias Unknown, la required to This order to be published once for Bradford Co.nly. FI.rla. the this laid, day of Sept. 1941.NOTICK Htarke, Flu.At N.I. herebv given .
of County, FlorIda the provision
f 10-24 for divorce fIledagainst a week Tor four consecutive weeks fictitious name "lark. Irlul.,1 I"d..lg"I. .nl.r I k
appear to him the herein.suit This order to In Bradford Telegraph anewspaper New Mel hOI t I..n.r. ( 1311.! .r t"I't. 141. .f will> ..w. of Florida, ,
and Acts of UU. with Ihe 'i j
In said Bradford under which are TO -
Circuit Court Bradford County. week for four r.h.l.
be published once a business at 1'"I''TIJ' Clerk (if the. Circuit' Court, In and 4 f
lua-In Chancery. Agnes CartoWalntlff consecutive w..kl I In Bradford County.SEAL A. .. Thomas doing JIB Tempi A MIH the n'I'U'f OP ''TF\Tlt' TO for fr..1.rc County, Florida), th*

.. -.vsTimothy On Monday Cadohefendant. the- founty.Telegraph tn said ,Bradford a newspaper County published (t"'J'ICIAI. Clerk Circuit ('.urt. Starke, Bradford business'ounty VI"r"la.That owned. .n.l.r.lgn.d.Notice Is h.r.hy under the pr"vl.I"1 ..:tll.r.. ..."given that."961.1 the fl"II..Stsr nalnf Store of, ., f.
said hereby
day of November, A. D. 1941, Htarke, Florida. October let, 1941.OFFICIAL Florida September 29th. the the following. Interested fU 209H3. Laws of hrll Nul". under the pr."I.I"n. under which w* are engaged and J '
10-24 by und.r.l.n.d. ,
defendant. Timothy I ('adoanr.quircd ( SHAD A. .. Tnoman, 1ftal'k. 10-3 4t and operated Acts 1941, will register : lODflA. laws uf Florida doing business' at I :,. ;I.I.f.

to appear the iiti I 1 1d CI.rk of Circuit Court. E. O. parties:I. StnrVie. Fla. Clerk nl itt. (Ir'ul l'.at. I. Acts of 141 I, will I register with the West Call Street, lStark.

, against him herein. This 1-3 4t 10-2 "\OTICR OF IVTKNTION TO At l.dwarda. County, Flor. for Ir.dl"r,1 C'nlnty. Ihet"lllo. Clerk of the circuit ('Iurl. In arid .. Bradford County, Florida. ',!;:', i I'

.r to be published once a week IIKOISTKK FIC'llrHH M4MK Ida. thla 23rd.. day of Kept. 1941. for Bradford (''UlIY. Florida the TIlHt the Maid l"I.ln"M" I is owned I I
four consecutive we.kl In Circuit Court. Bradford County. Notice Is hereby given that the Tip Grocery or Tip Top SupeiMarket. fictitious name of and operated, hy the following In. j '
Jtord County Telegraph, a news- In under the Onldon thrill I lJ I
Doris Frances uld.rMlgn.d. pr"vl.lol. rested parties: '
-r published In said Bradford Florida.-In Chancery. Laws of FloridaActs nRAOFORItCOI under which w* are engaged and CallStreet
2096.1 which engaged and Weal
James Patrick Reedv Chapter IN dim IT OI RT. nnHer are Morris M. tAybln. \
ty. Reedy of 11141, will, register with tin NTV. IIIAM'lr"n"VL doing bu.ln.a. doing* business at Hlarkn. '
'ark.. Florida, October 2. 1941.FIHAL'SHAL On Monday, November. .3rdJ'I .k Clerk of the Circuit ('.,urt In and 'I.OIIU"I' 113 1'ast Htreet.Htarke Call Street AHIIrk.. llmdford Cnunty, Flor'I ,

( ) A. J. Thomas the defendant residence. (87 for Bradford County, Florida, thfictitious Smith. PI.lntft. vs. Wll- Bradford County., Is Florida.owned Ktarke. 1..dfnrc County, F'irida.That (this day of Hept. 141.NOTICH :\ :
whose said business is Jrd.
That the
rk Circuit Court. 10-3 4 10-24 H..dy. Los Angeles I., Cal. name of H Smith, )..h'nd. On Mon. Interested business Is ..wn.danl : l''
lam and operated the
NhaU. Jiuldln. to appear to Tie Tor Tap and D.I.at""M.n. the 3rd day of Nov.nb.r. by tollwlll .I'.al.1 liy the following In. OP INTKNTION TU !.
ifornia. parties::
IfoeafJ under which we <] iiil.{ dfendnnt :
NO/TICK OF F.I.FCTION filed against encac.d the Starke FIs. ler..I. 1 j' I INattce
the suit C. II. Naaworlhy, HFK.INTKIt: : PK-rrriOIIH "AII !
at Is Unknownis Forest, Mil Madison Avenue
residence Jim
h. Board Public Instruction Thin order to be published cluing business Hmlth whose Bradford Florl.lu. : I t
of him her.ln. the tiitfor ( At Cminty. ; Is hereby given j t I
1IH Hitet Call Street, required to appear to .t.rke. At Starke, Bradford County, FlorIda
iradfortl County Florida hereby once a week for four con Florida. him h r.. Ihl. Jrd., day of Hept. 1941.NOTICE 23rd. of 141 II.I.r.lg"ed. under the .r"vl.l.n. .
Bradford County, this day Sept
J. and gives notice of an elec- secutive weeks in Bradford County Starke. Divorce fled "against 20953 l
business Is owned : .
to he held TUESDAY. newspaper publishedIn That the said of '1941 will 1 : A.I.r f
on Telegraph Acts 'rlt"
following Interested oncea
to OP
EMBER: 4, 1941 In each of the said Bradford County StarkeFlorida operated Thls order Plhl.h.t week NAMKNotice 'U'I'U'f INTENTION TO Clerk nf I the Clrrult Court ; fl.
: four :
:owing: Tax September 29th.. A. D. parties Starke week for anewspaper H.tl'I':1: F..I.ITIOII 'A.J1 for County, Florida,
d.rl"nt Al Loioff In Bradford County "telegraph t hereby given that the Irndtnr.1
iol k.IIla. .
hid lie
Districts' at ; ( if
1041. A. Schneider.. $ published I In said Brad undersigned, under the N. tl.n fl".IIn.. n.m. ( j
J. Thomas. '
Public Hchool house (for white (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. County. Florida Iro"laloll under provision S.n. I''

'I") In each said d I.trlct. for Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford Co.. At, ftark. Hr.dtord, day Sept. 1941.v ford' County.OFFICIAL .BEAD A. 3. Thomas of Acts Chapter of 1941.20053.will 1 :I'I.f :'hrll"" un".r.IJI..I.c'III.I.r lOttlM. Laws. of II.rll.. under f.which we are engaged and 1. ,

h "aid district to Ihr.. (3) Florida. 10-3 4t 10J4OF thl. 2rd. Clerk Circuit Court the (' In I. will I register .wth! I f.'I.rkuof
'<*. and the mlllaga for 11'11 i lei-K the circuit' Court 'P In am .hIt'nl4teei, j \ ,I
a..H. October 1st. 1941 Bradford the ;
roi RT. Jlark. Florida for 1..ly. FloiMa. fur liradford (' ,I : Florida thefictiiiviia i
ennulng two ((2) years.r HITE TIOV TO ( 18(111' IR.IIOfl .t i y Htarke. Itradford County Flnrla
< the purpose of holding .Id RKI.IHTKR(:OTICF' riCTITIOtt' 4-HK ('(U STY, .'I.ORI"I' 'IA- 11.3 10-2. fl'I.lou. name Jewel/y A Army Supply, name of That be said Ialnea., .w. ,. \ ,

'lon In each district the follow- Is hereby given that the ('.:l 1-. I."or. Army Store, "Ioll.hl. antI "operated hy the following Interested I

nrnnauers are appointed: Notice under the I..n.. narr.t. PI.lntlt. '". IN1 ('IIK-I IT .40IRT PR 'efiFoitil Camp. Fllnhdliig A Military un..r whl.h we are engaged am parlies:
"plnn.' Ind.ralgned. provl.loll : Jewelry) huslnesM' at Htarke. Fm. '
Special "'a. Hrhool Wesley Ram".1 (arr.t. ( h'i.OT6iI-iS \- d.lna Curl '"hn.
2095.1. Headquarters,
trlcl No. a Chapter J.w. FI"rllR. On Mondsv, 3rd 1941. ''OI''fV. tl" : ( .. I:3. At Bradford' { County. Florida _. '
. Acts of 1941. will register wih Ih. Wesley Samuel Oar- 1 .'n 9* under which we are engaged am Stark,. Bradford County, T'iorI'ia.Thd I "lInk. if 1941.Ollliril .
day (
" MwatterBon, Lacy Wynn Clerk of the Circuit ('nlrt. the .Ief.nd.nl. to to the K. li. B.asIey. plafntlff, vs. KuthCarolyn doing business. st l the saul j biislrtess I I IN nwii.4: 211.
Matihett. D Phillips. -
'hal J. rett. required appear Defendant. On
Bradford County Florida, thefictitious Beaxley, 130 East "
' for filed against him ,1 Ilr.ct. snd tel ) the following
C51.111 'rax School District Bill for Divorce f November i.perzi" h.y
ofJ.rry' Monday, the 3rd dny I r> Av ANI*
. Sn. ::1 name h r"ll. "hl. Order to be published 1941.: .defendant, Iluth CarolynKeasley i iI 301.11.1.I East Call Street, lei LSI.'l parties'A .. "I'RI.I''I'IO': .
. t Peek, Mallo'ry .Imrn'l ", week for four consecutiveweeks i Hurl ,a"n, llox 415.At "U'II'1
Thomas. and once a I whose residence Is Unknown ,
Hradfoid Florida. Drunr
which we are Ktiirke' County, Th Klnililn. tin
,. under .ngag.d County : Itt ark llriiilford Flortilit
Don Hoover. In Bradford T.I. i ", I'.nly. j
to to Thud l
at appear the said buslnesM I Is nwne'Iand D .lacnh "
..ntejr.pevlnl Ta" SchoolIM.Irlet dolna 161; Call business Street graph. a newspaper published in i the 11 11I"m; '.'* filed againsther "p.r..1 ly the tol..wln. In. I his 211<. day of t.pt. 1141.I 1.II.h.! A. Johns.Inn., J..I D June, .,.tn..m.
Itrnilford County.OFFICIAL I..
No. Florida. sail .
I'I Bradford County ler.al.d pal Ally Jones Jesse N I I
II Starke, A. J. Thomas. J.n..
SK\L .
'I M. B Plummer, owned be once
( '
Is 130 Eas Jordan
Ijarley business Franklin !
call puhl.h..1 Lima J.
the .
l. That Circuit C,i>rt. 1"111..1. land.IHman.
Clerk' snri's.i ivrnNiiov TO

...hl... opeelnl. Louie.TnMrhool Hill. Die.Dler and terested""operated parties by: the following tnt fI.rk. Florida, September, 11th., a In w..k Bradford for four County; Tlrgrapb. weeks, anewspnpvr C"I 11.. .rk.201... Esiit Cal IIUI.T"1: ; f. "III 101 H N\\IK Inert, Jr- ,II Vlcy 1IU"h.l.J ,' Fr."llln, Lnvlry Jordan

*-rt NO. 10 8peros ChrlKtodulou, 411 Nona !94. 9-2 4 10-1 : publish In I sall Bradford Street, Stark, ., N.I" I. hereby .lv.1 that the Hutch, Millie T, Ar. 11 I I. ADemnrent .
: Kirby Crews, J,. Florida under provisions 'YWI If
t.PP. stark.Pie. County At Hradford C..nty. un'I..lon.d. Alfred 1 H .
Y.h' Street .lark.
Norman. .. Nick A I.ander. 411 Nona Slr"lt. IN ( iiiciir (.oinr. mi .nionnOINTl. (10J'J'ICIAI. HEAL) A. .. Thomas Ihl. Zr" day of 1.1. 1941. ,I."hllI., 2<16'j:' 1..wI of 11"111.. living, and If any of hem liei dead, '
ram. ....1.1 'l's. ....1 1)1. Stark.Fig.. (' FI.OHIIIN tll \>- CI.rk C'lr.ul Court.' I"f 114.) register wl" all piirtles rh.lmln. Inl..t umlerany I J'
| rk of ('nun hod
Irl.t II Florida Starke Florida 27. 1'11",1. Innr
County .
\. Bradford t"lll.mh. ,
' V
IUhn'on. til.y Wasdin i C, At tlark. day of l)4lOP C 9:11Annie Hope. rl"tntlf. vs 1941 4 to-: IN "IH'II'I' 'OI MT till MlfOIII. for Bradford County' "Flinlda the .1'h I h. lands. 01"1.1. rie* r
Hept. h.r.lna .
'i'fhu.r. \. Mdv.r; 2rd. James '\1Itl Hope, r'.f.lanl. ".( 11.II'I' I I"NI tktl..I. name of I. mid to all unknown person
Kill': Barber .11..1.
o ter.'NperSai"Ta Shop .
[ No. laI. Krhoollll.lrlct ISTKVTIOV TOFIC'TUIOI On Monday. November Vancy 3rd 194.. NOTK'IOF INTKNTIOV IO Kthel: H. Hunley, ('Ialnlf vaWilliam umler :;r.w* ate eigag.ii, ( and.1.lnl rlalnln.any, right, title I Interest alt. '
James :: which' are
\1 r. Moody. Reddish Andrews,. It'o'rl'F& H > 'ii SNotice the :defendant.: hill : : I NAMK H. Himldy at 1",1: l.nl.
'..r ? hereby given that the Is required to appear to I"c.I..t:1 'I"f'10 I that the Oil Mondnv. the 3rd .dHy of No (' U"I. In I.rk., llradforil County, "
'Ih .nP"p rldT w'-glns.' Divorce filed against him herein.ThIs Notl. I. h. 11".n I..fenirit, Wll I .1 "Ir..t. and a f.l"w.: '.,
'. the provlslfini 1941. the ( f'nunly, Florida. J.I.r"I. "rll.d .
'* Hrhoel lIla.l undersigned un.l.r to be published once aweek under.l.n.d. .nd.r prnvl"lol1 Ht.rk. at -
FlnrMa. ali whoseresidence 1* Ih.
of Hunley Is ownei
uil4 S.. 15 of Chapter 20951. (11'1 20 S3, laws of Florida. 'rhll the said business North line of
J L four w.ek. : terxectlon the
';tIihllJl"1.ir'j Eddie Gr..n. P. D, Acts of 1941, will register with the In Bradford f.r .n..rllv. anewspaper Act of 1941, witrsgist.r with th. I r.known. Is required tn APp..r 'f "' operated l I.y Ih* following in.trrestel Cull Street with the West line of
(' Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and published said Bradford Clerk of the Clrct/lt Cn.rt. In anilfor a ins bill for Divorce fl..1 aiainslhim nnrtles: Street, In the City of Htarke.
hl.'c.. mT"* 1'1 for Bradford County. J'iorida. the ; Bradford County j'lorldl the herein. W. II. Mundy Jr., I'. O. Box 'iM-lVle1 County. .ofvCity This order I<> be putillnhed" oncea "
fictitious name
Ni.. lii fictitious name ) J. Thomas. HI.rk. 'Ia. 42 intmites East A3.3 feet.
Rritt Alvar.a.' Emory Lewla, Beauty Salon and Press (OFFICIAL SEAr Circuit ('mlt. Barber (Shop and Ir.d lordB.rb.r week for four c"na..lve, weeksIn At Htarke. Trndfo.1 County, FlorIda green I hence run North HI degree 1*
-p. Khop Bradford County .. a this .1. &f Sept. 1141.Iniltit .
U\'I. Floyd Crolby. Shoe. and Starke. Florida. September tiral.turd 2311. ) minutes West Slit feet thenre
I'..... .>l7tl"eT"lH.01 under which we are engaged 1J41. 924 4t 10-Fl under which w* are engaged and nwspsper published. In ..10 run Houfh 17 degrees 42: ninut.sWest
'.tr business at doing business at County.OFFICIAL line .
/! doing 31111 feet to the North
Wel1y 107 Call Street and Court Street, ( SEAL) A. J Thomas. : OP IOl '
.. V Cr"by', Lee ('all Street.Starke 1''r.1"'rn' of I'Hll Street thence run South ,
lW"tni7rA1i Florida. IKTfTIO! TD Clerk ( CourtStsrke .
County, OF Bradford County, Florida. 4 IdN'jiipe
Hradford NOTKK Starke, .lr..1 Rr'Irt/'= 1'.rl instruction ofPPI'IAL That the said business owned reEfI5fSlI: Fl 'TirHHA1K That the sal'l business, 1 Is owned Florida 2:1 1941 I I. h.r.hy given that the the North line of Call Street S3.* ,

: f.UbUc Florida.I I and operated by Ih, following interested Notice Is hereby Ilv.n that the. and operated by jthe following Interested 9-2 4 10.17sorivt und.r.l.n.d. under the provision feet to the point of beclnnlnir.VOiJ : I
17. provl.l.n.hl'
SHAL; 8. FL Spark.,. 'I.'. und.r..n.t.. under parties: 30 KM Florida;: I AND EACH OF YOU
Chairman. U. !Mund. Jr.. Mark.. (' 20953. Laws of Florida, H. 5.. Sparks, Starke. Fla. OK INTKNTION TD1.ul'r.:1 Acts of 1941 I, wiil I ::I'I.r with lhlerk < whether known or unknown, are
W. E. P1 :11.. J. Acts '1941, wllf' regl.ter with the I' At Klarke., Bradford County Flor : FM'IIMOIM NMM "* of the "'11,1 In and hereby notified that A suit has been
*' ''etarjr and M"II.lon. At, Bradford County 1941.Florida (Clerk of the (Ircul C"urt Florida., In the ida this 23rd. day of Uept. 1941. N.U. I. ... given that the for Rradford t.'Ily., ""rld. the brouKht against von In the> Circuit

"" 10-3 St this 83rd.. day of tpt. Bradford \n .ral/n.d. under the provisions '1""t..1 n.m. of Court nf Bradford County, Florida_
10-3 fictitious name ofEverybody's 0 IXTKVTION: TO ,, <: 209SJ. laws of Florida: ,I II Beauty Hhoppe, In Chancery, ('its. N',. ill?. rylt
. "" OF 15TSTIO5 TORF4.IMTKH Lunch and ".:B'nc'F. I NAMKNotice f"Iho"l 1041, will 1 register with the tinIer which we are engaged and .,g.r I ii Wells and Rurlc A. Well) '
MOTICR engaged
i I. .i.I ?!lrtt Bradford County,. ..(.n.I.IUI. > iMB under which we are .. IH'TlfUII that the I (Clerk of the 1.1..ul l'olrl. in and doing business at as Plaintiffs, and In which yon

" Chancery., Ruby J. hereby given that the dMng hu.ln.al at under tlven provisionsof for Bradford n.nty. theftrtiiioue North Court *''r..t.Slark. and each of you and aluo A. l.
',da, W. Dlxon. On soft Temple Avenue, und.r.lened. name of .. (',uniy Florida.Thut and Annie Alvares, hie)
v undersigned under the vryMonm Florida. Chapter 209&3 Laws of Klorl'la. "r..r < Alvare
'."d v"mber IM 1941.' the Slark. bradford County. will( ; Kastern Auto busln-HS, Is owriiami Eilwards and Hall Eriwarils -
with the wife. W M.
20953 Laws owned Acts of 1941, MUfply.
,t 1 nt- f'orlon* W. D son. Is re- of Chapter 1941. wllf' register :hrl: a. That the said business the following. In. Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and under which w* antidoing "1'1.1..1 by (th* following In' his wife are defendants; 'I
pap to the bill' for Acts Of by 4
( riled Circuit Court. In and operated for Bradford County. Florida the business at l.r..t.1 ..rtl..: that the relief sought In mil-l suit
against him herein. Clerk of terexte l partlts: Aim P O Box 201. *
Florida the of 307 Wet Call Hlr..t. SI.I.r. IM to 'inlet, and confirm n>la.fntlff*
d Box 5 1StArikHtaTk fictitious name
P. O.
,"k be published: for radt'Jd ofunder Mrs. (I. J'. .dom. A. M Darby's.under fl.rk. Hradford County, Florida., ''ark. 11. title tn nail! above described land
. r four conserutlvi fictitious name *. Bradford .unty. FlorIda -
Is owned
"oant FlorIda h we are engaged and Th.t the said business ( as an Indefenallile fee simple title,
'1 Bradford County Telerartf A A wVlchw. are engaged and Bradford doing wt. at uf .
In 23rd day _
this 1'4. ,
1 n"w.p.p.r tpt. ,
"ubl.h. at 112 Call Street, parties: thereof; aOl you are hereby reritlr -
lz County. FlorAL0sfeAL dolnic business Street.Starke Starke. Bradford County Florida. Vincent M. HI. John Hlark, Fla. 'n OF TO 'd, to sppear (personally, or by ..

" 1941. 112 Thom..on County Flnr'rfd' r.F INTKXTIOM TO That the said business Is ownedand At Hrarke, Bradford County, Viny1.15 llt..l: TKIt PH 1'rr'rHJ'. % ." attorney In said Court anti cause

rlrult) A. J. Th"m.a business ,. 'OT.'F. : FM-TIIIOK S 4HHNotice operated by U>. following interested this 3Jrd., daY uf sept, 1141.IN Notice. herety given that the on October 20 1911, or the nllca.

:Florida( Court 10:3 fr."tord operated by the following Interested Is hereby given that the partIesJohn il und.r"ltn.d.. under the provision inns nf pliilntlffs' sworn Kill of

4 10-3 and und" liin.d. under the pro"I.lnnl M. Uarbr North Cherry Tim run IT rorRT IN sir HOIt.13. IMW nl Florida, Complaint will be taken a* con
, ,rI"B.tlM.'xon.. P. O. Box IS!. of (Chapter 26953. Laws. of FlnrMa Htreet.Chs. \ foil II 4' O I; N. t, Acts of 141. will, register with thClerk fonsed r>v v, o n. The Bradford p
H. ''J r"r*. Bradford County. Mrs. Acts of 1 041. will register with the *. A. Darby North Cherry ".1. U 1 nf the (.11..1 Court. In am Coitnty Telegraph. I in hereby ,ieelKnutetl "
., Chan".ry. Wilborn StAtk5j.rkB.Bradford County. FlorIda Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and Btreet Florida: for Bradford .Florida thflvtltlotj as the ilulv qualified newpiiper *
.. The state
'.f. ,PW vs. Bnetha Wrllht. thl" 23rd., day of $ pt. 3941. for Bradford County, Florida, Ihe At Starke, Bradford County, Flor' Notice ,hereby given that on name of ) In which this flout,.. shall b.

.On Monday the fictitious name of ida. this hid day of Sept 1941 the !Uh day of October A. Hlarke Auto Parts publIshed once each week for four

" '>" Wbr L.141' the defendant,. 'TO7111619'rER City Drug Co. Sot Inc.) at 10 o'clock A..M.. or .1. 141. under which are engaged ..nddolnw consecutIve weeks prior to said
Ut. t I.f '. whose residence I.I li wnfirK Of 'TF'TIO', under which we are enraged OP TO thereafter an same can be heardthe business at return day.Witness ,

*".:'OI. eorgl.. Is requiredthe 1J'I'nUI J that,f.. doing business at R InTU'F, FlCrrmOlU I..TIO.VAMP.Notice Intend to apply 141 Court l're.t. niv hand and nfflelal seal
.4 cult for dIvorce NotICe I" hlr.b 11".n provisions E. Call Street. that the to und.r.l.n.d A. Z. Adkliis, a Stark*. Hra 'ounl Florida.That at Hturke, Bradford County. Flor.
r: her> h.riThis orde ond.r.l.n.l. und. of Florida, Btarke, Bradford County,' Fla. Is hereby under 11".n provision Judge fonc.abi. 'nurt at his the said business) owne( Ida, this September 1*. 141.OFFICIAL .
:b Laws owned undersigned Circui -
10lU Is .. -
said business SKAL) A Tnnnuut,
i T n.i''. one a week for ChaPter \ with the That the 1953. Laws of Florida office in for an and operated by the following In. (
of II.rlda.
1941. by tbe following Interested Chapter of Circuit Court. Bradford ,
ot r..I.ler operated Clerk
'My T T.'V"k. In Bradfordbo Acts In and and Acts ef 1941, will' register with the order authorising tereatcd parties?
in .raph a newspaper pub- Clerk 01 the CountY Florida. the parties Gainesville. Fla. Clerk of the Circuit Court In and to adopt Robert ttarnell Koberlsoaminor W. F. Co.ley,. P. O. Box 333. Cnunty. Florida .
Bradford J Canova, Knight Knight
Paid Bradford County,, for j. Stark*. ..
a. for Bradford Ceanty. Florida the a
fictitious name 01 At St&rk.1tCdford County, Flor Joseph F. Rabeckto At Htarke. Bradford County, Flor Attorneys for Plaintiff.
i'it0ccoor 1"t of
"Ii.Lr 7VAJ',rk) of A.Circuit 6. Court uu,, nnSe'r' o fbH:.' .are engaged and Ida ia-3 this*t n.1st.", day of Oto..r. 1.4. fictitious Florida name and Rita Tbatre. ,. 4t U.IT .this ZJrd day vf $.l. 141. 9-IP 6t lt-11 -

1-2. doing buslneM





OCT 1 111941


ping' being In Sec. 28'a' d I NOTICI ...
Gainesville Monday. Twp. t H. R. 22 E.. In BradfordCounty REO.ST.:1t 1\TRyT10

I' Hampton Happeningsby Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stewart spent I Florida State Farm NewsBy I and singular. Florida.the Together tenement.with, hered all Notice I., Pll'TI'rlOII undetheep IleunderalgneS .

the week-end with Mrs. Stewart's itementsand appurtenances there ot Chapter rO:11It":
mother, Mrs. Dixon of Dunellon. to belonging Clerk 1941. \ F .
E. U,.JBouvler SHOWER FOR MRS. WILLIAMS Subject to Easement granted totate of the Circuit6t"ter "1\Obt1e.\ ,
THIS WEEK AT THE Olin Beadenbaugh and Fred- for
for Right of Bradford .
S of Florida Way ..
Mrs; Calvin Williams was givena County pjorldn ..
Mrs M. W. Morrow CHURCHES erick Watterson have moved to by The Federal Land Panic of Columbia tlctitloUII name of ,
SUPPER FOR SOLDIERS shower Friday afternoon 27 1937. Ann u
lovely August and
Jacksonville with the State Road Harry.,
TEACHERS TAKE COURSK Baptist-Rev. C. A. Warren of Ladle of the Community Club by Her sister-in-law, :Mrs. L. A. Subject to Easement granted by under which we

The Hampton Teachers leave Alachua. Morning and Evening have Engineering a years'Department project there and In will the entertained 30 soldier boys from Shepherd. Twenty-four ladles from The Federal to the FlorldaanPower Columbia and doing business at are enlslH 'at

the two weeks Worship Standing Sunday evening. A delicious the Farm and Starke were pres Light Company 301 Went Call st.
nearly completed National Defense
Christian-Captain James T. Interest of buffet supper was served ent, each bringing useful and at- at public outcry to the highest bidder Stark", Bradford COunty
Roads. for cash at the South front That the .
intensive thirty hour course given Sandlin-Afternoon 'and Evening after which a social hour was en- tractive gifts 1 to the honoree. door of the County Courthouse In and said by bu.ln... pia
by the American Red Cross under Service. Mr. and Mrs James Gnann and Joyed by all. Dainty refreshments consisting of Starke, Florida during the legal .operated ,,: the fOllo"'lnr 1 11
hours of sale on November 8, 1941.
the direction of Robert Culberson. family of Jacksonville spent Sun- and ,
ieart-shaped date-nut creamchee.e 1". Frank Landrum StakeyFlaufinenn 301 'Y,
LAMOREAUX DINNER PARTYMr. day with Mrs. May Sweeney and BRIDGE CLUB Special Maater. CaUB'.
ribbon sandwiches, a n diced
This Course will enable the teacher Kautmann
and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux family. Knight ft Knight St Starke! Fla. 301 WQIIId4
Mrs. M. E.. Griner was hostessto tea were served by the host S Starke Florida
to give First Aid to accident entertained In honor of Mrs. Lam- ttStark., Bradtord
Miss Willie of Hender- for Pla.lntlff.
Rycroft Attorney Coantt
'coat acceptable to the American orsaux'a grandmother, Mrs. Idella sonville. S. C., ia spending her the Thursday Bridge Club last I ess. 1010t 10stNOTtC' JO-IO U 10-31 day ot Octapet,,PIer lift..

Medical! Association and also to Priest, on the occasion of her 80th vacation with her parents, Mr. week. The rooms were bright Mrs. Harold Wall of' St. Au-

teach the American Red Cross birthday, Monday night, October and Mrs. W. T. Rycroft. with autumn flowers. At the,, conclusion gustine and Mrs Busby Graingerof REGISTER OF KICTIT101S l.TK'"TfO'W NAME TO -

First Aid Course for the Junior. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bellot of the progressions Mrs. Belle Glade and Walter Grainger Notice la hereby given that tbeuncl..rlllan..eI. AUTO PARTS

Standard, and Advanced certify Among those! present to enjoy J. C. Wallace held high score who Is attending Bolles school under the. provisions
spent the week-end visiting their Qf Chapter 20963\ Florida,
C tea. the evening with Mr" Priest respective in Floral and was awarded a beautiful were week-end guests of Mr. and Acts of 1941, will register with the USED TIRES, Untllr

This I 18 the first course .of'thU were:' Mr: and Mrs. L. ,O. Johns, and Crow City.parents City flower ;c ataJn/ r. Awhile! ;Mrs.:JUn :Mrs./-, Godwin. Clerk for Bradford of the County.Circuit Court,j'l0rlda.lha, In and GFNERATORS, A UfO
kind that baa been given In our $ received the prize- % GLASS: '_ 'CASH
and..Mrs. Ritch
Jr., Mr. 'Dick Hlnson, bingo 'Mrs. P. D. Fancher,,Mrs.M., E. flctltloun. name ofThe rOR.
proximity: for A number of years.The Mrs. Jessie Morgan, Mrs. Neta R. A. Brannen spent Wednes- two pretty handkerchiefs. :Mrs. Griner and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Lunch Box, CARS' AND TRUCKS D'

work consl.ts of standard and Johnson, D. V. Underbill, Robert day in Gainesville.Mr. Griner served delicious fruit salad, were shopping In Jacksonville Fri- doing under which bunlness we at are engaged and ANY CONDITION.

up to date methods Of rendering Deane, Walter Boone, Archie El- J. I. Chason and son, crackers and tea. Walnut St.,

first aid.Lynn l land and J. O. Parker.W. Eugene Chason attended the funeral day.Mr. Starke Bradford County Fla. Used Autos $25
services of Clifford Bur Mrs. P. E. Stubbing has ac- and Mrs. Gerald Cox are attending That the said buelnesn la owned Dl

Hall spent the weekendIn M. U. IN HIGH SPRINGSMr. ton In Crescent City Tuesday aft cepted a position on the Lake the National Dairy Cattle and operated parties by: the following Interested HASKINSAUTO

Valdosta and left Tuesday fora and Mr. K. B. Watterson, ernoon. Mr. Burton had been Butler high school faculty. Show In Memphis, Tenn. They will I... H. Berry, Jr., Starke Fla.

few days relief duty with the Mrs. Wilbur Hall. Miss Ada Nlm- killed in a motor accident Mon- Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Eunla return the latter part of this At L. Stirke B. Alexander Bradford, Starke County Fla., Flor- PARTS

Southern Railroad In Jasper. mo, Mrs. J. W. Home and Mrs. day morning. Bradshaw and little son, Eunls, week. ida, thin 6th 3tday of October, 1941. North of Town OB Road ]U

Curtis Data and Tom Crockerof Mary Watterson attended the W. Jr., will be pleased to know that Mrs. :Morgan Richarde and children 10-10 4t -

.PUnt City visited with friends M. U. meeting held In High' THERESSA Mr. Bradshaw has resigned his Jane and Henry, and Mrs.
and relatives here Monday. Springs Wednesday a f t e rnoon. W. T. '
with the
By Mrs. H. I). May position held some years Annie Rlcharde nave returned CLUTE-REALTOR
This Is the Santa Fe Associationmeeting / Cherique Land Co., In Panama and Some after spending the summer F. H. A. LOANSWe
of delegates from the that'he will return no the States at Jacksonville Beach.

different churches represented. WALTER BATTENOn the first of NoY. mhet. Mrs. Misses Roberta and Helen Whit- want the' listing ..on your property
,,1 OFFICESUPPLIES Friday, October 10, the have been We have wonderful
Of Interest to their I many Angel of death entered the homeof Bradshaw and son, field were overnight guests of some properties for sale
visiting her parents:Mr. and Mrs friends in Starke this week. See about Real
friends here, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. R. I* Batten and us your Estate Needs
; Weest of Miami, announce the took to his Heavenly Home their W. H. Cox, for two, months Your correspondent, after visit- 119 E. CALL. STREET PHONE

birth of a daughter, Saturday little grandson, Charlie Walter. Mrs. G. C. Richardson of Crescent Ing in New Bern, Marlon, Waynes- 6G
i October 11. City, with her children, Batavia -
Little Charles Walter was one vllle and Lake Junaluaka, N. C.,
Mr. and Mrs. Will McEver of year and seven months of age and Frederick, also Mr. has returned accompanied by Mr.
Mrs. Winston Groover of Miami,
Graham were the Sunday guestsof and is survived by his parents and Mrs J. A. Bouvier, Jr., of
Mr and Mrs. K. B. Watter- Charles and Edith Batten; one have been house guests of Mr. and Miami. Gulf Life Insurance Co.
Mrs. L. A. Shepher4 this week.
and Mr. -
brother grandparents, Supt. L. F. Chapman and R. H.
Miss Madge Gay and Mrs. O.: aDd Mrs. R. L. Batten, and Mr SIIEAFFER'S SKRIP INK -
Cox were visitors to Monte Verde AGENTS
D. Gay were business visitors in and Mrs. John Forsyth. The : Pis. 91. Qti*. $1.73-BRADFORD.
Sunday, Where Mr. Chapman delivered
body was prepared for burial by an address on social conditions -. COUNTY TKLEORAPII.ix ROY M. STONE W. R. (BILL) ALVAREZP.
If Excess: Acid causes the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
I after the war riiiri'IT ten HT. BRADFORD
I FREE ,oupolnoIStOlftachUlcer. Home, and the funeral was held <'01"STY. FLOIUUIM. CHANt O. Box 308, Starke, Florida
Mrs. J. L. Robinson and Mrs.
For Your ConvenienceThe ,, indigestion Sunday at 11.00: o'clock, conducted I 'IIA'NCKIIY.Ijiumu -I
Henrietta Parker t W. Moses, Plaintiff
BJo.t1na'Cu,Heartburn,Belching, by the Rev. A. S. Jonesof are spending Eftle E. Moses, Defe dant. On
County sometime at their old home In Seville SEE US TODAY-TOMORROW IS
Nausea,get a frmm sample of UDCA Jacksonville. Monday the 10th. day of November -
having the house renovated. 1941 the defendant Effle E.
Telegraph Is Ever In- and a free Interesting booklet at lIlo...... whose residence. In unknown OFTEN TOO LATE
Rev. A. S. Jones of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. M. E. Griner III required to appear to the 6111for I
creasing Its Stock of CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE I filled his regular appointment at spent the week-end with .friendsat Divorce filed mralnut. her herein.
This order to be published. oncea
Office Supplies. Here _,___,6 I the Baptist Church Saturday Melrose. P week for four consecutive weeks
: night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite are In Bradford ounty :Telegraph, a
Are Some of The Many IF YOU LIKE TO Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of vacationing In Tennessee as guestsof newspaper County.published In said Bradford

Items Now Carried Lawtey attended the funeral of Mrs. Kite's mother and sister. (OFFICIAL REAL) A..1. Thomas Prompt Service Careful Drivers
: EAT IN A NICE Clerk Circuit Court.
little Charles Walter Batten Sun- Starke' Florida October 3rd., 1941
NOTK'R OF INTBNTIOX TO I 10-10 4t 10.31
Adding Machine Paper and Mrs. Johnnie Adklns ; Notice\ I.f hereby given that theunderslgned Starke Taxi ServiceLocally
i under ,the provisionsof IN (.n.T COI'HT. BRADFORD
Carbon RESTAURANT, WHERE and little daughters, Jeanette and Chapter 20S 5l.: Lawn of o'lol'lda, <'01 %TY, FIOUIDA.-IY ClltNIKHY. -
Paper Annette of Jacksonville spent the Act of 1941 will register with the << "
THE FOOD IS JUST Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and The. Federal Land Bank of Col-
Manila I week-end with relatives here. Owned and
Clasp EnvelopesPay for Bradford County Florida, the umbia, Opeated
LIKE Mr and Mrs. Carl Edwards and fictitious name of Plaintiff,

EnvelopesFile little daughter of Lawtey spent under Bradford which County we are Telegraph engaged and O.-vsO Ann- )*, ..t. al., Phone 150
Folders Gem Clips HOME COOKED the week-end with Mrs. Edward's doing biinlne at DefendantH.
128 Call Ht' ,
mother Mrs. Andrews Starke, Bradford Take notice that the underpinned Day
Ruled Index Cards County, Florida. Night
,-_._-,- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinsonof That the Bald bunlnrim la own..dand Special the. final Mauler decree In In accordance above entitled with
Ink (Pints & Quarts) Jacksonville spent the week- operated part leat by the following interested > cause. will veil the following described I

end with Mrs. Tomllnson's par B. 1. Matthew., Box 431, Starke, property, to-wit
THEN PAY US The of of of
Clothes Marking Outfits NVj SEVi HWW Sec.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.: Hersey. FIAt 2fl, ..
Stark, Bradford County, Flor Twp. 5 d., H 22 )0; East of
Ruled Legal Note Pads A VISIT Miss Ida Hagan was shopping ida. thin th day of October 1941. tht 8. A. I. Railway. The 8'4! ofF ,
10.10t 10-31 $ % of I'IW' ., Sec 26, Twp 5 S. R.
In Starke Saturday.J. 22 K, Also all of Block 1 In '
Manuscript Covers A. Milliken of Ocala spent Pr-etnvllle. In Hec. 3d. Twp. 5 H, R. 111
- 'VOTU'E OK IVTKXTIOV TOREC.1t 22 E. Also all that part of N-
:Mimeograph Stencils the week-end with his family here. FICT1'r1Ut'g'NAW51Notice << 1-4 vf NW4! of NWVi of Sec. 35. e
Miss Eva Lee and brother, Ed- In hereby given that the Twp S K.. lying East 'HR11
Mimeograph Paper undemlKned. under the provisionsof of HlKht, of H. A. L. Hall :
A'SA ward, of St. Augustine visited relatives Chapter 2091131 Lawn of Florida way In Bradford Count'l.Florlda.
here Sunday. Act of ( register with the The. M, of NWy, of NW% of $
Mimeograph Ink Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Sec. 35. Twp. 5 S., R. 22 K, and
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fender for Bradford County Florida, the more particularly described a* !
Onion Skin PaperPencils > I and children of Staike and Mr. flutltloua name of tx-Klnnliiir at NW corner of Sec.
Cafe and Bradford Engineering Co.. 31, Twp. 6. R.. K. 22 K, and run- Do Your.Trading
Mrs. Roy Hunter and children under which we are engaged and fling Feast 1320 ft. to H. A. I* N
of Brooker attended the fu doing buBlneea at Hallway; thence South' and parallel i
Pencil Back of Carpenters Cherry. &; Jackson St"., with the Went Hide' r.f the where 6 pieces ,Rogers Silverware are
Sharpeners neral of little
Charles Walter Bat Starke Bradford County, Florida H. A. U Railway 330 ft., theme tradeor
ten Sunday. That the Maid ulnenn In owned West to section line dividing tot..... given away with every' $40 in
Duplicate Receipt Books and operated by the following Interested 34 and 35: thence North 330 ft., certificates.Are .
Mr. and Mrs.
C. Sullivan
parties: to point of beginning.AKO .'
Rubber Bands and Mrs. Percy Sullivan and I... n. fubell. Starke, Florida. | commence at southwest corn..r Redeemed
R V. Coleman, Lake City, Florida of Sec. 20. Twp. 5 S.. R. 21 c-b.1f
Salespads Scotch Tape Mrs. A. L. Sullivan visited Felix J M. Edward. Stark*..'Florida K, and running Rant on the Sec. IIion SMITH'S GARAGE
Boating Sullivan at Camp Blanding Sun- At stark"h Brad ord' County,'Flor line 1320 ft. thence North 420 Cllooee
Stapling Machines day afternoon. ida, : 1 31dl1)' of October, 1941. ft., thence Went. 1320 ft. thence STARKE, FLORIDA
10-10 _J.,_ Smith 4:>n ft to point of; heg-ln-

Rubber Stamps'Stenographer
Note Pads
Mlsa Arsula Crosby
Typewriter Ribbons lil TEach
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and

Shipping Tags Bowling Mrs. Floyd Crosby and baby,

Metal Rim Tags were transacting business in Jacksonville -

O. K. Paper Fasteners Billiards A large Saturday.crowd attended church

Asco Paper Fasteners : at Corinth Baptist last Sunday.
After dinner they enjoyed a few
Card File Indexes Bar-B-Q hours singing. -

Card Index Trays Mrs. Arle Brown and son, Ray- _

mond Brown were visiting Mrs. _
Everhandy Paper Clips Chicken Dinners Brown's slater, Mrs. Lizzie McKinney o lair.

Clip Board Arch Boards of Staike Sunday after _

Expanding Paper Files Shrimp Dinners noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of _

w Metal Files the State Farm were visiting their

son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
India Ink Wire Trays Mrs. Alton Dobbs, Sunday after-

Marvel Punches Cold Drinks noon.Mrs.. i
Sallle Tlson and Mrs.

Scratch Pad Holders Laura Mosely of Starke are spend- _

Ink Eraser Stick Files Trailer Park this ing the section.week with relatives in

Ring Binders W. C. Ward and daughter \

Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward
CottagesGood an" children, and M. J. Thomas

spent the week-end visiting in J\
RemingtonPortable Georgia.Mr. ((

Fishing and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and _

baby, Eloise, and Mrs. Ines Kelly .1

pent the week-end In Tampa with
TYPEWRITERS Beer On Tap Mrs. Kelly's slater and brother-

in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Claude I
h Moore. ,

Miss Doris Dyal spent Sundayat ",.,n
Camp Blending with friends.

Meet Your Mr. and Mrs.\ Alton Dobbs and

baby, Eloise Mrs. Inez Kelly and
Friends AtKingsley Mrs. Sallie Tison were visiting

1>Ir. and Mrs. Jim Armand of the
State Farm Sunday Night. 1

Beach Mr.\ and Mrs. Robert Ward of

Starke were dinner guests Sundayof

$5 Down LAKE FRONTAMUSEMENT Mr. Ward's parents, Mr and
Mrs. W C. Ward.
$;) Per Month
Mrs. Earl Kirby has returned time you taste Ice-cold Coca-Cola
you are reminded
PARKOn borne after spending' several weeksIn that here Is ''the quality of genuine goodness.
BRADFORDCOUNTY South Carolina with relatives. ,C Experience. .

She also visited in North. Carolina many a refreshing experience...has taught people everywhere

TELEGRAPHPhone Road 48 Near while Mr..away.and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and to trust the quality of Coca-Cola..

,children of New River were visiting -

29 Camp Blanding Mr. Crosby's mother Mrs. omio WMOII AUTHOIITT TNI COCA.COIA'COM'AMV t, '
Evelyn Crosby, and Mr. and Mrs. STARKE COCA COLA
i C. C. Crosby Sunday aft moon. CO. ___


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pBER 17, 1941

vy Offers Desirable Plan To Young Men Who Join N W'J41lJ

AIN I"Companions May


Grlffls' entertained ''JJELUOLBE /TORN SPOCi.4Eq I'M I'M AWIATIOM" YttJELL. BLQUJ MS DOtUM.;' County Unit f h.
\ !
J You're flying high in the NavyYou
fL of her parents, Mr and NAW AM AVIATIOM! -TI. NAW GIVES VA -MC O1 FRESH AIR J A chance to join the Navy. j" '

Among those TEACHES VA K MECHANIC, TH' MOST COMPLETE the world, and still the '
I P. B. Prevail. FORTMIE five Glee liing! Free meoli. Fr.. lee enjoy
ding were: Mr. and Mrs. I TO AMOUNT l\\f\ POSSIBLE NSTRUCKTIOVS N OUTDOOR, medical and dental care. No rent ((9 :ompanlonshlp of their I best
and children'of ANY ONE OP 'SOME UFB.' Rends Is offered to young menf
Prevail pay. And gel l regular raises pay.
I Mrs. Arch Pre- SUM'P' FQRT'iODDSKILLED you
Mr, and > Bradford County who are over -
What life for who' and
Jacksonville a a man young '
children of ; 17 years of axe. \
and Mrs. Pau- l tir ambitious I You get travel and adventure <
tattle Moore 'f TRADESWayc n Navy officials have advised the y"
MM and learn skilled trad that
Mrs. ? a
IB Jacksonville; you '
lley of Telegraph that all recruits from
I e Tyre and small son, Mlch- VJI, ( putt you in line for big pay tabs when thla county who are ready for

Marie Bowers of t you get out of the Navy.If .
\and Miss L) enlistment in the week beginning k
borne' rtPil 'II 41hI"I. you ore 17 or ovor get a free cooy October 27 will depart together ;

sell Harrell of Lake City isLlg NI4 i9 yl{ J of the ilUntratd booklet"UFC IN THE for the Naval Training Station t

his sleter l Mrs- Ralph iv; l U. S. NAVY," from Ih. Navy Editor; of and will bd known as the Bradford '! {'>

this paper. County Unit. aA'I i '
r'ind Clyde Brown of .. !
Mrs. Thin group will have the assur- < I ,
er 'aii ,
orbit, Mr. and Mrs. WilmotD / IIII IiIiilN f eG.. SCRVS: uK cou R4: ance of remaining together dur- > <

D and Mrs. Richard Clark T z:9: BUILO YOUR FUTURE) $ Ing their period of training at I' tp$

ellbronn were visiting Mrs. .. ? ..... .s,....,. ,M .. r' ... _.. : GET IN TH5 NAvy Now! the Naval Station thus enjoying j'III'

', Brown last week-end. the companionship of "home >

John Prevail and son. folks" while learning t o be a ', i

have returned home after VANDERBILT The Ladies Like A Uniform sailor. *. ,H
Jdlng a week with Mrs. Pre- .By Miss. Velma Norman I Men From 17 To 50 Early action is necessary, however J ,

I, daughter, Mrs Melba Kel- as It requires about a week jtj t tto
Oviedo. Allen Howard and family have complete the Investigation of It '
moved from M.ay.Join Naval ReserveAccording '
this this section to Jacksonville "
,s. Ida Chase Is spending applicants for the Navy after they

1 with Mrs. Z. Z. Griff Is.Jsj : I have been found to meet physical l
Gladys Lee spent Tuesdayt M,'!!. Eugene Ellis and childrenof to an announcementmade On completion of this advanced and mental requirements.

t of last week with' her Worthington Springs spent the in Washington by order of course which requires approximately H. A. Carlton Navy Editor of i "

Ralph Gainey.Greenwood. week-end with her parents, Mr. Secretary of the Navy Knox. "All seven months, the V-5 I the Bradford County Tetecraph.'I'

err and Mrs. F. }'I. Norman. men now enlisting In the Naval cadet will be designated a s a g t tt would like to have the names of'*?

M!". and Mrs. ,H L. Norman and Reserve will be retained on active naval aviation and will be commissioned r all young men who desire to become

family spent the week-end with duty throughout the period of the as an ensign In the U. 0 A : :, h -'iii' a part of the Bradford ,' ,

By :Minnie Lee FringleJr. relatives at Arredonda. While national emergency but they will S. Naval Reserve. I County Unit and every effort will" '

and Mrs Morris Johns and there they visited the Devil's Mill b& released to Inactive duty as During the first month of train be mad to have the Recruiting A'

Hopper. soon after the emergency as their\ ing. V-:) recruits Service complete their papers 1
L and Mr. and Mrs, E. C.fci are paid $36. r R Rv a
Clifford and War- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bloodsworthand services can be spared regard\e On completion of the first month's j P' Y Yr without delay. i j
and sons family of Raiford were guestsof of the length of time remaining In In outlining the advaiv "J
lot Jacksonville, were visiting training the V-3 recruit is designated r, wr ; tte many *.
Mr. and Mrs. "
F M. Norman their
yes In Greenwood this week- as a naval aviation cadet 1 taces offered by Naval enlistment a

Sunday. Enlistment In the U. S. Navul and will be paid $75 a month, : "' Mr. Carlton said "It is possible u;
Miss Velma Norman of Vanderbilt Reserve la for four for a bright man to Increase Gr .
ir. and Mrs. Clyde Johns were years but, If plus i $1 per day living expenses. young J
Mrs. Johns'' parents- Sat- attended the football game In a man enlists today and the Upon .commission as an ensign I his pay seven times during his t!

lag. Gainesville Saturday night. emergency ends within" 'a periodof Ills: pay win be \Increased to approximately a e' first enlistment and he can earn

Yylr.. and Mrs. Sinclair Mosley Mrs. Carl Norman and mother several months he will be returned $245 a month and In rr as much as $126 a month. This

and Mrs. Daisy Pringle in-law. Mrs. Earl Padgett of to his civilian job as soon addition he will receive regular 1 monthly figure la actually worth i

( baby visiting Mrs Jacksonville, were guests of Mr. an possible after the emergency pay bonuses of $::100 for each year much more when It Is remem-
j were
S.daughter Rosier of Evergreen Sun- and Mrs. F. M. Norman last Is over and will not be requiredto toe serves In active' duty after the The ladles always go for M uniform and after months. of I bered that the man has few living I,

1 afternoon week. complete his four year term in I training period.: gazing at an endless stream of Army out fit*, IM It any wonder expenses and Is provided with

jlr. and Mrs. John Chessier H. L. Norman of Vanderbilt wasa active seivlce. Class V-6 In ,the U. S. Naval that thin pretty Jacksonville
business visitor to Four classes of service In the Reserve offers,1oppon unities foi Irarn about "LJfn In the Nltv)'" from Moans II. Iritis home on care."You

e i moved to Baldwin. last Saturday morning United States Naval Reserve needs men with specialized training to a recent leave, which he spent with his father M. M. Letts of have all your food and '
large crowd from here at- A number of folks from this lodging and also original q,'
men urgently today. They are ontlnue their' trades and at the KlnK'Iry l..ak.'ounc LrttH Joined the> Navy four months ago your st
[ded church Satur- section attended the revival meet- clothing outfit i Is
Evergreen provided by
Class V-3, which Includes radio name time serve their country. and nun'" .been stationed at Norfolk. II* IM. studying to he an ablution 1
and night. Ing at Corinth this Uncle 8 free" Carlton i]
i Sunday past week. a m Mr
and This Includes
communications; V-5, aviation group specialists nu"'hlnist, and him nothing but prsiMO for life In the Navy.
continued "In there '
; V-6 for trade specialists or of any kind( such as electricians, Any young 'man In Urad ford County who wo 'M like to know addition are <
free and
"The Church's PlaBy In men desiring trade, or vocational carpenters machinists s ten o g- > lee obtain frro booklet, sports entertainment On
training; V-7 fleet officers. A taplieis. accountants, plumbers,
"Life In the!! Navy" at this newnpMprrSailors sail ice. and adventure in colorful nlnrrH. --
( the Rev. A k. E. Light foot) more detailed outline of each cooks, bakers and many other it
I lades thing few civilians can afford :
class follows below. and vocations. These men f

The Telegraph felt that the at sundown. It bears the words, Men with specialized training will upon enlistment be given rating I I Visit Starke on Leave this"When country you and consider the fact the that size the of ,".l'I 1;

ie of Bradford of I believe In radio In accordance with the
County "America worth preserv- searchlight and semaphore will select ,'
Navy only 12,000 applicants j : .
amount of .
atever faith or belief would ing." In the picture of the townIs signaling or Morse tele- previous specialized a month from many 0' t.a t.. :
reel ate an oasis In the desert graphy may be enrolled In Class training they have had.
A church, whose spire reaches times that number throughout the i
ir a definite religious thought V-3, the communications class of 1felwith no previous specialized f
United States .
building' the quotation 11 :'
b week in the midst of sterns high above every other the Naval Reserve. These men training will be enlisted In Class but t I
'Many are called few are :
about the busy; work-a-day I in the town. The picture is per- will be enlisted as petty officers V-fl as apprentice seamen with pay chowen will apply to local men j j ) t

rId With that thought ind fect. ,The church, not just with with ratings according to their of $21 a month. Directly follow- 4''V interested '

it has decided to' publish i degrees of proficiency. Pay for Ing enlistment the new recruit ,
its but In Ideals "A.
I spire, spirit, Navy men are a 'hand-
hart excerpt eac i.week from I I men In this group ranges from will be sent to one of 1 the foul lot I
!morai':' attitudes,principles* 'and picked candidates must be of I'
1 sermon of a local pastor I |60 a month for a petty'officer Naval Training Stations (or a more than average 'Intelligence' !

(ached to his people the pre- love must always reach far above 'I third class to 199 a month fora short period. At the Training I and ambition of fine moral character :"'

other Institution in the chief officer. An addi- Station the apprentice will
111 Sunday.The every com-! petty seaman and must have the written j :
first sermon Is entitled munlly. When she comes downto tional allowance of f 1.13 per dayIs be given an aptitude tent and 11 I 'I recommendation of at least two : .

y Church-Its place In the their level,f she has lost her made for men with dependents he passes thin test succeMnfully a local townspeople" I'-
reason for even existing. who have the rating of petty of- he will be Rent to a Navy Trade I r ; '
mmunlty, by the Rev. A. E. .1 : As Navy Editor!: Mr. Carlton ,
afoot, pastor of the Baptist How may the church lose her ficer second class or higher. School. Approximately 5,500 men has just received from Washington \ i-I

arch. place, any right to exist, ? I(I A man with at least two yearsof are admitted to Navy Trade, pp. a supply of free Illustrated < [ll Jill'I

Scripture reading, Ephesians 3. First, by becoming at home in', college education who desiresto Schools each month. This. schoolIng r I booklets "Life In The Navy" for JHj t
m: Mark 15:32.: the: community. The disciples and enter naval aviation will be / valued at hundreds of dol : I all men Interested and In addle ''ft t

The those recited In Hebrews were enlisted as a seaman second class lars Is free and the seamen receive d tlon, will welcome Inquiries from > 'f'-' k ji

|e place world of the has misunderstood In the i sojurners they were Journeying In Class V-5 of the Naval Reserve while their regular Navy pay ., young men who wish to look Into '''f ;'t J I!
church receiving instructions
After a month's preliminary tip.
I. toward a city whose builder the new and greater opportunl- ,i I'
immunity.s envied and For that reason It was God. When we decide ItI\ training the V-5 .recruit. will Those applicants who do not Y ties the Navy and Naval Reserve t i'l J'','I ''

'itude' of fought the moral more comfortable here than to become a naval aviation cadet pass their test for admission to _...:....... ...... now offer for training for later t

the church. Jesus llv- stay above, we lose our place. and will be sent for advanced a Navy Trade school will be sentto civilian careers as they serve their It
on a higher plane than that of II. II. 8. Football Coach Paul v Parks aUnimt. wished lie it'
training to one of the three principal duty aboard ship where an country now In Its ,][
Second by substituting emergency. ;
'erage society and since society kitchens naval flight training centers opportunity will be given them to could Join the Navy, too, when lie heard ltd praises sung hy two ',,11
'old nut social service centers
by itself! stand on that : Pensacola, Fla.; Jackionvllle train In a trade. Four months young nation who \Ulted' him recently. The young; men lire
schools for main Mike Dew t
me with clubs our pur- J
't'! Him Him It has never for- pose, the' preaching of the Gos- Fla.; or Corpus Christi Texas. after enlistment all non-speclallz Sam Smith and George Shook, now stationed at the Naval Air }

pel.Ve are specialists in Gospel liana In Jacksonville, and bold of then, played football. for the Joins Navy .L. .
and women everywhere,' of not social centers etc., Coach In North Carolina l last ......"..n. These. boys have just graduated j
: .classes cry to Him today andy. When we try to do both we makea MOVIE STAR JOINS ILS.-NAVY' :)- from the Muchlnlut Mate School, ono of the many training Mike Dew, 17-year-old Starke- i i, ,- %1'-<'; f
"come down and be reason- ire, Is one among several young t.
will be. to ;-
Ie, poor Job of doing any. We courses offered by the Navy, mid sent Corpus '
we need you and we can't Bradford Countlans who have recently ri i'
In minors" llirlMl Texan After four months In the !
aca must avoid "majoring no Navy they are fr'' ,
you. The devil represent- decided to cast their lot
g power wealth and practical and must stay with the task drawing 936 a month. They think the life I* "nwpll" and believe with Uncle Sam's Navy. ,,1Mike do

.rev.'dnesa said It first In the given the church. the Navy offer quicker adtanrenient and better pay than any :!\. last week successfully t

aptatlon. "Cast thyself down" Third by ceasing to see and other brunch of U. S. Service posited the necessary examinations ;. 1

** his urgent advice. Three speak out against evils. No other ------- -- and left for the training y

e aI'S later the crowd around the group should be so sensitive to ed applicants'in Class V-6 will be PINE LEVEL station at Hampton Roads, Va. I r'Ite ;" r
on repeated It sin. We are asked to let business will return home In six weeks 'I.
"come down and advanced automatically to seamen Mrs. II. SI. McIU J
will and politics go their way. Evil Hy for a brief '
see and believe. It there second class with a pay increase I furlough. f
18 any possibility that "coming forces pat'us on the head to" say to $36 a month. Mrs. Alton Hall and childrenleft Joining the Navy was a boys J': ,
own' "go along and play, now. No hood ambition
Mike's I
would and with
save men. Christ Men with previous specialized Monday afternoon for their >
uid can be paid a ,
have greater compliment the unusual
gladly come down, kind will be
of enlisted -
training attend
in Jacksonville
any home to
r church than "keep quiet, are
the Son of Man came to seek In the Naval Reserve Class now being offered In this branch .
;d to save that which was lost"Some ruining our business" 'when that and the funeral of little Ronald Mall of the service he decided that i''
V-6 with officer ratings
are really serious about business Is sin, when you face the petty the non of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall, "there Is no time like the pres- '
will be to
sent Immediately
It Is a plausable la.: .. who died of pneumonia Monday ent. i
request. But hip or shore station where they
Is ? If not bjt. morning In a hospital In Jackson
deciding task
Its place, the church What then our d! are needed. : \
u* remember to come down, what then? "and r a vII!le. GUM nilANCH ],i' <
who desire
First, that Christ never came I. If I be lifted up, will draw oil College graduates Mrs. T. t). Hodge and lion, lly Mrs. Kdd I'arrUh 14; $

.>*lt His enemies tried to pull men unto me." That Is our tank. engineering!: or deck duty all of- Frank were visitors to the Prison I

'::11I down. His Lift men up, not be d..a.wn'down.. ficers In the U. S. Naval Reserve Farm Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Grover left '
disciples urged \
;11I to come down. In the case The church must always stand will be enlisted all Midshipmen Those' who were guests of Mr Tuesday for their home In Miami { .

' "any this Is forgotten Christ's head and shoulders above all else Class V-7. Upon completion of a and. Mrs. If. M. McRae Sunday after spending the past ten days 1-f

VhCan never come down. In the community. four months' training course then i afternoon were: Mr and Mrs. here with relatives. ,' ,, :
"ere u Paul Bridges, Mr. and Mr*. M. J, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Hubbard it
an American Legion will be commissioned en-
peter widely CARD OF THANKS men During McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker and children, George and Agnes, ,fS JT:
displayed which signs in the Naval Renerv -
sows an average and little daughter all of Starke, ] of t'lant City were visiting Mr. t \<:J" :
American town The family of Mr. Nathan J. the training period Midshipmen '' .
and Mrs. J, N Norman '
t:= Mrs. L. E. Halllwunger andgranddaughters recently. fr
month. As
Moore wish to express their are paid $63; a Miss Selma
Sapp spent Mon- '
Delores and
thanks and appreciation .. ensigns with commlslons the pay x3 ,
profound day night with her brother-in-law
Betty and Mr. and Mr*
AMERICA'S NO. QUALITY acts of kindness will be approximately t 14 3 a .
for the many 'Pelcher., all of Jacksonville.Mrs. and tinier, Mr.\ and Mrs Daniel",
with his recent month with an additional allow- }
shown In connection Warren of Starke. f
BAKING POWDER death funeral and burial. p : j ance of 140 a month If they are I Alice Oliver returned home Mr. and Mrs. Vanlce Keene and ..
married.All Saturday after spending a few .
beautiful floral(
the ,
Especially I son, Vanlce Jr., of Lawtey and
offering are they grateful.>lrs. applicants for the U. 8. days with her sister Mrs. Susan R. C. Keene of Jacksonville spent >. ;

Ema Capo and the family. Eult111 Wagnt. Morris SM&S wince Naval Reserve must be native- Sapp at Hellbronn Springs the week-end here with their '.

+ born citizens of the United States Mr.\ and Mrs. W O. Jackson mother, Mrs H. II. Keene. ( ;
4 CARD OF THANKS Morris, recent star of "I struct Ion from Nary pilots who Intro- I with the exception of candidates and little son Ronald of Alabamawere mons. ,

0 'anted'lnilt"became a memoir of duced dive bombing aircraft carrier for Class V.ho. must have been recent guests at the home of Mrs. Leila Parr Ian 'i'
We wish to express our deep Uncle Sam's Navy in May 1941. and catapult takeoffs to the rest of United States citizens for a H. M. McRae. spent Wed'j{
1tw gratitude to our many friends when he was appointed to rankof the world.Also, there art opportunities per- nesday with Mrs. Clara Bell Cl.- ,
Starke and Oalnsvllle for Ensign. the in Naval Aviation for men whodon't iod of at least ten years. We are needing rain In this Misses Brence and Eloise Crawford VI
Detailed! Information with regard section. The berry growers have spent Monday night with '1
the kindness shown, us during When asked what he thought of want to lJy.The7 can be trainedas
loved ones Illness and death the United States Navy, Morris said, aviation machinists,metalsmiths, to enlistment In any clan lost several thousand plants that their uncle and aunt, Mr. and '!!

o"Q our and for the beautiful floral of- "I think every man who fs considering photofraphen.observers or they can of the U. 8. Naval Reserve may were set lately because of the dry Mrs. F. S. Sapp. ''t II;H

$ joining a military service should receive Instruction In many other be secured by writing to or call- weather. Mr, and Mrs. R. C. Grover of .i \,.

fering.Mrs.. Vivian McCord and look into the 'ehanee: of a lifetime trades It's a treat life in the Navy." ing at your nearest regional Navy Remember services a t Pine Miami and Mr*. W. F Harnage ;

'atwah.bdarbL.gl which th*Navy and Naval Reservoff Ensign Wayne Morris Is pictured Recruiting .Station.MANUSCRIPT Level this week-end. Although spent last week with relatives .

?[ family. to get into the big-pay field of the here la his Unit ol duty. as a member the pastor Is In Fort Worth, Texas at Pine Level and Lake City. '1

a rA[[ Send for NEW eon STENOGRAPHERS-- NOTEPADS future-aviation. la the Navy you I I of UM Naval Aviation Cadet Selection CO\'ERS-"I In the Bible School: w* are expecting A large crowd attended the "t t I

doa.ns of bright/ lens to lm- esah-BRADFORD can attend the float !flight training Board at the Long Beach Naval per 100- BRADFORD COUNTY : him back for the week- weeks' meeting at Rising last !! l!
-Your to.ad.r biking, ddnu: Rumford -15c schools la the world and resin la- ; Reaerr Air B_. TELEGRAPH. end services. week.
oa V.Rumford R.L COUNTY TELEGRAPH.; ;; i if ij

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OCT In the prevent I and facilities required. The said --..;;:
/ appllcatl..n
Enjoyable Nightit New PhotographerEddie No Free PoisonAt I' l\ (ItU'lIT MTV. ri.OHint.C'OrnT. HHtDfOllllfOI I\ CII1N. auxiliary biiildlnir. at eduipment Keystone Heights, FlorIda. -I 1 provisions I'tHtKtructlon required Contract bv: contain thi, Ownr the .'Xace thereo0 for "& .........
1 ,
ri-iir. must be. nubrnlt- ,land I the Rural Electrification Ad- th. fOlio" lilt,
I Legion Center Cavanaugh former manager a recent meet'ng: of the Kcl b\ .
and Install.na of the equip I"iritt5
tlon veslvdli
In a 8' ,
delivered o
One of the most successful pro- ,I of McOanlel's at Jacksonville Board of County Commissioners, Plaintiff. ,elope., and The piopniial shall can- in*nt. No Information obtained tit 'l'wp of 1'1 It In lO.Wii W I,.:
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the American la the new photographerand -vs. a* net forth In from. any officer agent or einnlnjeei Ii acres. It z. .I.
ever held at I the proposition of obtaining poison I.r. tain the provision tflir,
raIns I H. HirrtMitn. 8t, al. on file withthe i of the Owner on any such matter under r i 1-' 10:
Recreation Center took finisher( at the Bilul' ord 1h't.ndant.. the form of r.ro"u"1" In affect the risk cettIfiest. .
degion : bran bait for mole cricket control '. Hural .: AJtnlnltratlon any way Luts 1\0 Ill '
Photo taking the place of I N0TI('R OK. MA8TJSRB: HM.H Bidder. "I' obligation assumed by the Contractor I 6 ;
: night.An Shop, \ Including the .
last Saturuay;
was': :
place und..r..llC"lI..d
from the State Community I Take notice (hut the '( or relieve him from fulfill-i '
enthusiastic audience of sol Jack Kayo who has been there to County Agent Dyer.I I HI.I"l M"..t.r. In acoordanro with Qualification I lug any of the condition of the ;VVK i ..I
presented accompaniedbv I
1 .. > In almvo entltl'denuo. 5. I'ropoHKln must be .
months. Dm final < cri a 'Contract. ,
of for several '
seeing -
diers had the opportunity After discussing the matter the .. will Hell the following dfHftll n. certified. chock 0 r Bidder'. I I undrr' ,rj"r .'.' 1..;'Iotot
Miss Louise Stelger of the Mr. Kaye left Tuesday for New Board decided the reject the pro : >*d pr.,p"rtyi to-wl: n'und. payable to the Clay KlectilcCooperative \ 'I to 10.cmmlder Tim Ownerreserves inch factor a the* horxepower right. i I II tI .rlilil'l'01 "
five (11'1' |
Inc.. for
of $ 'J' I 'fasf tb.
WPA State Recreation Project ather I Orleans LA., where he will beassistant position because of the expenneInvolved >ttr.inf.f SKi HKVi Her.: and 1 Two the fHii 6 8., K. 21 t cent of the total amount of the .I or kilowatt method rating of epeeda. >M14 ret1111",
material and construetion the
,I beat In putting on some snappy .. .. director of Kingsley In hauling the bait from, K. Also I .. NK'i: of,' NKH of 8c. bid the ftame to be refunded or returned 'I fuel and lubricating oil von-- ST"a..,. .; '
, Her troup of has specialized In 12. ) 8., n. Zl E, to *thrr linon the faithful performance ,I experience, and re..p'.n.l.bility !. a aTw
entertainment. House. He Plant City; Members of the Board % rthTWt ;ea tenemontu; h..r.'iIitatutoots of the condition of the FropOHal i sumption, 'oald "'I>
the boys has had ... the Contractorto | of the Contractor and time issued .,. .rull... t
and aubinIIted by
entertainer delighted adult education bait an" ..I'IIII..nan. theretob.lenin. W. III .
the I..f
also stated that poison I the
In determining whichpI'IlIUl '
". the satisfaction of the Owner. delivery. ;\(:. (ilitwrt.lnlees nMm. ,,
with a number of .novelty dance, experience In settlement work before may be purchased from local merchants .. Check of the unaucceagful :Bidder I, or proposals they deem. to .
nt tilll4 outcry to the highest bld- be tu the be.interest of the Owner. said
and song number notably at the Henry Street at nominal prices. Hotilli front I: will h. returned award of within the Contract. 11. The Owner 1'.rv.. the right red""I11" IIl'curdl"lI.erUllcatl
The usual bingo game. a Virginia settlement house In New York door of the County CoiirthoUKU InMtnrkp. days The check after or bond of the' Kuccexjfnl *- to reject any and all bid.. I IIS. I .Property..uld 10 d..crlb.d lhol'tll'to .
the II
community singing Fl'vrlda durIng ? i will h. returned uponthe The time of completion I I. of lie hltrhht
nd Illdder
reel, City. .1. 1941.C. \ "'fI".t iIoit.e. bjdi0
' and Informal dancing'con.. Negro SelecteesThe of' Hale- on, ,November K. } P.rrvman, I I execution, and approval: of the the eXHunce of the Contract. Should: day In the duo' un lb. I it.
Contractors bond and Contract the Contractor neglect, refuse or month
ilill 1 01
: 't i whl.1t
cluded a very enjoyable evening. Bradford' AluminumBradford following colored men will 10.17 St 10.31 _IIIelalI..ter: I I'liOTIC"'H I 8. The .uccful Bidder will be .full to complete. the installation. of. ietter; 1911.i. tho ii, 4a,
!'Ih" under I hi. Construction
1 and iulpmeut
well contract l'ated
to execute a .
Starke were required this
of ,
; Civilian to the local Draft Board ??
report with sureties natlnfactory to Contract wit hIp the 3941.tOFt"l'iAt.. di, nil
'TO utmnpttI
represented and aeveial were present County housewives and will be sent Rural Klectrlflcatlnn i time herein agreed after ail.lInif .
Monday, Oct. 20 I-J..ah'd Vrni>nnalH' will he r.- the Owner and to the I' UfoOl. SEAL
from Gainesville and Jack contributed a total of 450 pounds IClertrlc 1'1' AdmlnlHtrat I Ion. the all extensions granted l'.I'k. at 0I '
to tile Induction station! at Camp orlvil bv the Cliy and CirCUit
file with A. by the Owner approved by tlie' ford Coiin
forma of which are on '
L'Ollllt" .
National eratlve, Int., of Keystone Heights !
of aluminum to the .AdministratIon In that eventland urldL
sonville. scrap then !
Blandlng: Charlea James Smith Florida, hrrnlimfler referred to an P. Michael*. In cane of failure or 10.1"?
The staff of the Center 1 la planning Defense program In the recent Julius Stewart Eugene Johnson the Owner) for furnishing" and, installint neglect cm the part of the UCCOH-I In view damngea of the caused difficulty by Milch ofe.tintating \ 0-

a community Hallowe'en Celebration drive. The total donation Sylvester Harrington was transferred one Ile..1 enlne-drlv! fully tie.%.. ful Bidder furnish to satisfactory execute, the bond contractand the delay with exactness' the Ownershall nnADJo'OllI: ('UUTt. !
generating unit more rio,
which In the : Florida was 152,295: pounds Bidder will be considered to have have and I I. hereby given the
In everyone rom to the draft board at Valdosta .rrlbad In the I'Isns and 8p olflcatlonn right to deduct and retain out of NOTICE is thIther lit
to partici aluminum to makemore tin file with A. I>. Mlclmelo, abandoned the proposal and thea that HtltEBy:
will be asked or enough ursuant
county Ga.. and Sam McBride was Koorn 202 Church and Main Bulldlnv.Orlftndo b 0 ve- mentioned deposit shallthereupon such moneyH Ic'l.e may thendtie. t..r to $eetitn I
is to be one of than 25 fighter planes. This be forfeited to the Own i or which tna due and 182Id.! I I\" 01 o'
pate. It planned transferred to the board at Fer- Florida or can be aecurvdupon payable to the lontractor for the, 111:17.: kllown .... .FI""d..
the most gala celebrations of the state ranked number one among nandina. the tf fpoi.lt of $S.no, on or er. 1 equipment to be furnltuted and Ini the fol111wllltr, )I ,RPH
before 1..... .f'rlork A. M, October 7. No bid will be consIdered unless Uradl"rd d..errll",""
for the entertainment' of ihe eight states comprising the '.. Electric shall furnish evidence i Htiillvd under thin Construction Contract l'ounly, Flo'lda,
year 30th. 1941. l Day Cooperative the Bidder the twin o f fifty dollar offered for ..aie.
.oldlerg and civilians. Fourth Corps Civilian Defense Inc... offleai at Keystone xatlHfactory to the Owner of I $tiU.410) day, fur each and for the hhlhe.t .1 PUbl1t
per every
of CommerceThe and
Chamber ,
Hetirhtn, Florida, at which time facllltleH ability experience bet
the ,
Recreation Area bolb to total aluminum necessary day that the Installation I* delayed Subject the right'
The American Legion aa I': of
said bid tb ,
will be. publicly opened and pecuniary resourcesf beyond the vpeclfled. time of t he I terfl I :.i ;
Center is operated through donated and poundage per occupied Starke Chamber of Commerce and read aloud fulfill the condition. of the BaldContract. I liquidated damago and not a. anI a to reJ"cI any and IU' ::,
Statewide 2. The- ""'-rle' to be done under 1 (ourtlinus... b.4
the facilities of the WPA dwelling. will 8 0'- penalty b.lIl"nll'lIl1
meet at
tonight t
cluck II
these proposals IH to be financedIn 8. Bidder hall submit lump A. M 011 the
Recreation Project. / clock In its new office over the whole or In part by a loan from urn blda covering the furnishing t.NC. U. E.ftoberti COOPEttATlVB., 1' Ovemlpr A. D. lt4U.17Ih..
the Knral .IC)4I itrlflcutlon Admlnlutrattort. ..r the equipment Inntalled com- fly : : ..cretafY fur 1'0.,1 right t.
.. .. of ...
George ,
Temperance Program StumpSternberg"atore. -f with all wide will !'
pieta ready for operation I be reepr. .,,
To Attend Conference I Manasaa, pre 8 i dent announced I 8.. TheKpettfIratlona<< cover the nmteilal and labor nm-eaHarv I In at.. I NOTICE OK' APPI.irTIOV parcel through \\'hl.h lb.Itate I it..
? National Temperance day will Wednesday. Every member Is rurnlBtiln\ : and installatIon of one -iirdnnc with the Plan and Specification -i FOR TAX UKKIISenate existing. !- Road. "
unit (wlth' an alternate for an *. ( ,Illll Mo. In.1( tI\o ul Lot D &:I ', 01
will October
L. T. Dyer be observed Friday night, LoI :
County Agent urged to be present.CARON ai1illtl, ..nal unit) consisting of Diesel 9. Prior to nubmlttlngpropoHal, KOTICn 13 HER13PY OIVRM, lion 30. Twp. 6 S., 11g. 20
attend the annual conference of 12", at the Tabernacle. A special engine dlrect-connected to alter- Bidder ahull make a careful examination That J. M. NoVman holder of Tax _Acres.TRIrS'FERS.
and home dez. In keeping with the spirit hating current Kmeratur completewith of the form of Construction Certificate No. Ill, Issued the 6til., '
Florida's county program
PAPER 1-2 :x exciter anxlllarlen piping and Contract and bond, and day of August, 1441 and l-Hril uC PltOVKMKNT V ISTER.
onstratlon agenta to be held In of the day will be presented by 8 1-2 :x ISl S3 per box-BRADFORD electrical connection, of approximately hall satisfy themielve a* to the Certificate No. 149 Issued. the 8th. OK FLUJUlIA"By tn.: OV;
Gainesville October 24, 25. "Help- the children's chorus. An urgent COUNTY TELEGRAPH. t73 KW net at Unity Power nature of th. work, transportation day of August A. D. 1028 has tiiej550C Agent Trustees I. L" I. T
Factor Ainu relocation of certain facllltleH, the kind of equipment In my office and has made ford I'ollnly. Pbll4
Ing Florida farm families to Increase invitation to all interested In temperance
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food production In 1042" Is cordially extended. The -
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will be one of the principal topics program will be published In next r

of discussion. week's ISHue of the Telegraph.

Try 'l'hcseOn Your

Outdoor GrillBy .

Katharine Fisher

Dirmar, Good Itamtkeipimg Inttitult

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, If you are given to outdoor meals here are three mnu to add to

your repertoue. They Introduce old favorites prepared in new ways 1 4

'\ ou don't need an elaborate stone or brick fireplace In your garden 8. a _. .- -
: to enjoy outdoor grills. There are inexpensive,' folding and portable I' ,..r." .

; _ frills. using charcoal for fuel which do a rood job, .IF
too. They add to the fun of picnicking on the beach .
: : or in the woods.

Grilled Hamburgers .
: r Toasted Buns Mustard NTO.FLYTHISPLA.NE

Wax-Bean and Radish Salad .

:_ _ Stuffed Olives .
: Chocolate Layer Cake

< Assorted Fruits

14i1 Hot Coffee I
. I Grilled hamburgers: ,
TN'l" kr CM MwMtkM*!**: lulltvt. UM ......ttp5red.me. .
.A"AI' ...HI. .4 .5ss. 11_'. I.vd.. I '
",_eI ", ,.... btom ::::. of Hit. S sees ,
.G..i "--." ..,;,.,, ........... % lse '1 ..,. prri.e.d *.tavd .
Ia.fHu*. I'. .... isis. a ....._,.. \II.. o.4hst .
;4 tap. pipper ...... : .. "". ,
CoMblM *ll 'Ise.4.iitm.' aed mil toe. **** sitU ...1..1.. ..... Shape! C ,. it i ,
I.'. ( ...LtI_ .14" in "I.! m.tr; Conk .. (rill of ,la ...11I'" ..'" *>... I.
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(.'.ilia awe** Vat*. os taaatad *** Banaa 4 -, .

Grilled Frankfurter J a '... .... ....-o.". t I : "

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Savory Sauce ..... .'. ... C
//.rM J,'. ', "" it. ;
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I Corn the Cobgweetened It ,,':: :.. ,. I.,' 14 i. ."1.\'.: <\.:. <:ij, ..11 \!' '.t....?'" ,
on 0' ,:.p ...f'W.f: :.t.C! tf .! ,"
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/ Fresh Raspberries Jr'. .'
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Chocolate-Flavored Malt Drink .
cei'; \ I
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I Savory SanceBaaaah .:".: t .

T.st.l bi c..I .>*4i.. Inatltata.: U.. ...tI.. ..appiapoana. ..4 BMHS I .,
.... ..* Meaaare ,...L .
I Cbi.t ''''''r .-,1_, .. JiIo..... *aMK .' I. I,' .
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, !14 .. .> .... ...... ''I -... Womaitmhlri aano
H a, a>lned 1 prepared -im.r4
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t aloe I (kill aaoa* '
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. CombliM batter, l *reea pepixir. and Bar'lie I. a .111. I : :. -
ae low ....., aad rank aatll leader. .about t* ..mlnutaaetlrrln frequently ao .. $t .. ,. ': ::-" .
.ol to .brow. Add ratnalnlnc I.-dl.....i .il* will a4 ..." Serve about I ......- '
Boonful ever ..... .."I.. ., .rilled frankfarter. a... .. '

. Grilled Bacon 25,000 young men wanted and a complete outfit of clothing free! If, at the boxing and swimming is offered the man who

Canned Spaghetti In Tomato Sauce) to best end of your term of service, you wish to get a enlists. On board ship, the latest moving pictures

Heated Parker House Rolls immediately get job in civillife.your Navy training will be a tremendous are shown free. Organized recreation,such

. MIxed-GreensSalad Fried Apple Ring / aviation'training. in. the WSrfcf asset to you. Employers the country dramatics. singing and musical entertainment
. Graham Toasties Roasted Walnut :" ..:.1 t. :;:: over are eager to employ Navy-trained men. goes to make the life of a Navy man

Coffee or Tea night now the world'. fastert planes frQUi Good fa food the best fun in the world.
out of America's factories n" good good friends
: Graham Toastle by thsa1a. The food served in the Navy would do justiceto

/ T..... kr Coed Heaeeaeeelne. : I."' ....... That's why the United StateIJ"NavY' needs;, The Navy is noted for its popular sports pro. your own mother's cooking. It's well prepared

I Lay a piece of sweet or semisweet chocolate on a graham cracker. 25,000 new men to fly and service these pIan'.. ,gram. Every kind of sport from baseball to -and there's of it.
? [Toast a marshmallow over coal until soft and golden brown. Lay on That' is plenty
< I top of chocolate and with second why your Navy offering qualified uniform of
top a graham -cker. Serve at'once. Any man who wears the trim
_ _ _
:: IA the finest
EC chocolate bar will make 3 Toasties.CLASSIFIED. young men training course offered Uncle Sam's Navy is bound to be looked up to

I anywhere. Now: you can get paid to lead the LOOK -for you've to be to in the Navy!
I ADSFOR greatest life in the world. Aviation Cadets in the WHAT THE U. S. NAVY AND got good get

United StatEe Navy get $75.00 a month durNAVAL RESERVE OFFER YOU

SALE Improved 85-acre FOR RF..NT-L a r g e furnished ing seven months of flight training. Then they Get this FREE Booklet

farm with 12-room house. All house on Klngsley Lake. 3 become Naval Aviators receiving: much FREE TRAINING worth $1500: 45 trade and .
as as
modern conveniences. A. A. bedrooms modern conveniences. vocation to choc from. I' '

. Ann Is, Lawtey. tf Available Oct. 27. Phone 126- $245.00 a month. GOOD PAY with regular Increuea. You Mail coupon for your free

W. Mrs. T. T. Long. Starke. .. earn up to $126 a month. may copy of" "Life in the U. 8.

FOR RENT Two-atory house Earn while you learn Navy. 24 pages, fully illus r j
FOR SALU!! -Two small beatel'll.practlcaUy EACH YEAR you are entitled to a generoua trated. It answers all your "

west side, modernequipment Kin KIley Lake.; Furnished four new; 9x12 linoleum;, Uncle Sam's Navy offers you tremendous op. vacation period with full pay. questions. Tells what! yourportunities 1$ ,,

bedrooms; large llvlngvoom; servant one wardrobe trunk; one C-mel- advancement in a wide""Variety GOOD FOOD and plenty of it. vacations pay will be...promotion*and ,,

quarters: S-car. garage; ody saxophone. Mrs. R. F.flemorest. of fascinating jobs. There are 45 skilled trades, race CLOTHING. A complete outfit of cloth how you can you retire can expect.life.. 7

rent reasonable.. Z. Adklns 221 Park Place I and vocations which the Navy teach ing when you first enliat. (Over $100 worth.) income. Describes how on a '
may you you
Starke. Slarke. Itp : FREE MEDICAL CAME
tf if you are qualified. you're interested in radio attention. including regular dental can learn any one of 45 big-

REWARD men's brown "Up- pay trades from aviation to
work engineering, aerial photography, carpentry FINEST SPORTS and radio how become
FOR RENT-Clean 4-room house town Star Brand" strapped ox- any man many may -

furnlahed s cree n ed, electric ford shoes one 7 1-2 the other pharmacy, welding, the Navy may spend could aak ft>r. officer 27 scenes from Navy life s howul'ff.....|\?,

lights running water. Also a- 8 1.2, both for right foot stolen $1,500 in one year training you to become an TRAVEL, ADVENTURE; THRILLS-YOU can't and games you may play,.wpsyoUJD8ybe8B8JII.W1"' '
from boat the Navy for them exciting ports you may visit. Tells enlistment
room apartment. Reasonable.- Stump' store $3 reward. expert in your chosen field. menta and where between 1T
to If
apply. are
Inquire at Karleton' poatofflce. If returned. It BECOME AN OFFICER. Many can work" for an 31 (no high school required),you get this free book now.

9-20 2tp ROUTE!! MAN WANTED Nearby Opportunities for advancement Annapolia appointment of the to the Air Naval Academy or the No obligation. Ask the Navy Editor of this P*!*' l"
at Peneacola. the cou polio
a Or him
copy. telephone him. Or mail
route Should
open. average If you apply yourself, advancement and infUTURE SUCCESS. It.'. for You can card.
FURNISHED COTTAGES on J25-J50 weekly. Want man 25- easy Navy-trained paste jolt a penny postal '

Lake Santa Fe 5 miles east of B5 years old with car. Write creases in pay will follow regularly. Before the Don to get good-paying; jobs in civil life. If"ft*

Waldo. Electric lights. running Immediately to J. C. Lewis end of your first enlistment you may be earning LIBERAL RETIREMENT PAY for regular Navy K.reading WEAR THIS BADGE OF HONOR decide w
men. the free booklet you
water. Inquire L e w la care of J. R. Watkins Co., Memphis. up to $126 a month-with board "'
Jewelry Co., Gainesville. Fla. Tenn. Itp your ,,: keep, ;/ .NAVY: apply receive for this a place smart in bpelembadgeof the N vy e, 'lIe it'

,__ U to w*"
will be proud
WANTED!! AT ONCE-new crop. hoao.ryou

FOR RENT-Completely furnished well filled out-success and ..... -............._ J .......
money-maker variety pecans.L. .- .

lake families.home Hot large&enough cold water for 2, }(. Clark. Brookside Pecan Are you considering joining a military service? I :1 Tear out and take or send this coupon

lights servant's quartern 4-car Crove. Starke, Fla. tf WHY NOT CHOOSE THE NAVAL RESERVE f : to the Navy Editor of this newspaper 0,

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Mrs. S. EX Davis, Non-dlvlslonal itotu. The Secretary of the Navy baa anin their enlistment." I me free booklet -Lif m the Navy "giving full detafls
flounced: "All men now enlisting in the Remember a1 JUs-
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FOR KENT- Large room with or Naval Reeerv* will be retained on active Reserve offer you the same travel, train' .

five windows: fireplace, twin call Blanding Sl37. Navy duty throughout the) period of the Lag promotions.* iDc........ Physical Name _
national emergency, but they will be j ""
beds. Will serve meals. One
WANTED TO BUY aaw lumber reless to inactive
duty. soon after theemergency liberal. Find
out all about the Naval Reserve.
from Lake Sante Fe.-
block delivered at mill. See A A. as their be -
services can spared Send la the coupon nowl! Addr
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