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: November 7, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01209
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\,y Trading ation P BLANDING Center and for BD'..CO'U: N. TYRA-.- ...P' Hswee Home Side Strawberries of of Heaven the il j 1,;}

Official Count Publication Established In 1877

5iTsixTV.ro? VB ----_ .___ ._ __ __ __.. .__ __ .__ __. .__ !..uuur.. FIAR''ItIDAY_ _Novh3rnER.: __7.. _itNl.____. _.________ .__ .. __. _H __ ._ __ ._ _... .__ ___ ____ __ V BEs TWO

; State :Road 48. Proceed At Your' Own" Risk Starke Granted $341,460 ''

The State Road Department. started this. week' ropalrfoedumping patching me........ It would have to.be ;ttsMpirtcly I roboUf (So ,

lIIIll1nSaad. ,Umerock In pock- arkect no It d .4S ever' be fit for trnfflo agates For thU rea.-osw,'Mterrate here are "

ea to a pulp 'by'' tfceuwnrlfle! pounding of traffic to which 11been punning harder than ever for the early-eampietlon ..f Defense For Water & Sewerage < \

Highway :261, tram Stark to B1andIaC.,,. r'* glunpi of the
subject during the pat yea*.,,. Such ,OMAMUMM, are
task that confront State Rod Peparrment. ;tepalmien, soe plc'ture -
temporary ty, >*wver,.JOT Road 48 cannot be reconrfUJiMted by I belttwt, a

.. Broom Exhibit I Trailers Must Go Federal Funds I \

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"\' ;, I The dry Council went on

7f'r ,, / "'J1 \ t t1I.j1 Wins 1st Place asked record the Tuesday Tewpli night to-putiUah and To Aid City's

t4P this Important notice-- Muff.
r sik lOOf percent ta favor of the

Q ordlaianrA' already on1 its
At FairThe 2 Great NeedsAccording1
DAN tatttte books. that not man
lhaflLene trailer be .. '
y4, may > parked
fi annual' Bradford County ref nay one reNldone* within rive
to telegrams fr
Fair was taking it on the chin .r4ty/Umll/ of Htarke. For .ani-. Congressman Lex OrvenrAn II

TI flora, bad weather' condition this tarp? "reaaotiM, an well am for ator Claude Pepper,'\ .at'MIJ1<;,

week,'and It was! stated yesterdayby the \\beautiricMtIon. of Htarkev! Associated Press tl.patcji..... ,
thln'omllnanrn. Mill be atrlrtly
i"t R'
S. A. Weldon;. president, the enforced,, It war announced. Ident Roosevelt has JWst approv" "
Fair Committee that' effort are additional Congressional defense ?.;,)' ,
appropriations for Starke aggrp- ;
being made to continue the' celebration IJ?
,galtfng $341,460. This sum Is to '

next week. This will be Wet t Petetion be distributed a* follows: I:li ,

done If the fair officials' at Madison Water facllitfe. loan of $70,,-

will agree to postpone tbelr 000 and grant of 78.060; sews

ii celebration one week so ,that, the age facilities. loan of )10i
attractions may remain over bon Laid Over giant of 17T.BOO and funds AI

Broeker Wins First :ready In the Florida 1 Bank a

In spite of Inclement weather'*, 4 ''''Starke of $ .OOO from the Clt
"Petitions to i
were presented
many attractive exhibit were on.. '1 of Starke .,?}
the Board election
display this week and the Brooker requesting an' Ttieee latest appropriation ,
Theee vlgnx along Road 48 In front of Camp Blandlng arc ,When. two vehicles. meet along the wont Vtietohca of Bond community exhibit was declared In, Bradford County' tt' decide' ;bring the total for Starke up'to by

,pieces of under statement. If they told the unvarnished 48, one of three things happen: 1. One of thWht! ntUHt stop wait winner over all others. Second' whether or not the sale of intoxicating 'four. First was the combined"If v 1:
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ith they'd says "Worst Piece of Rood In United States, Accordte for the other to proecml cautiously around.-.One (or both) prize: went to 8U.rke third to : liquors. wlros and 'loan and* grant of 9111.801 for B. ; \ \..
I If You're Smart You'll of them off the road, probably overturning ta the treacherous Hampton: fourth to Graham and '
Amount of Traffic Concerned. runs beer shall be' prohibited "therein III.! S. Next was the $80. ZS: grant \1 I
rn Around And Go Back." tales along the shoulders. S. They collide .Ifth to Lawtey. cue to IrreKiilarltles discovered ,for the new USO building nowlund.r \,'

:" The judging: wan done Tuesday therein the matter was laid over ; construction.Of .
afternoon by Leonl Blltoh tor 'farther consideration.; course. much planning and : t',

County Agent at Gainesville and The above quotation is' from, ground-work had been done priorto I: i

hla! assistant, H. J. Brlnkley. with the'minutes of the meeting; of the this time but on July 16 acommittee I
the assistance of M I s a Madge !r'
Board of County Commissionersof for City and Countyofficiate ; '
VVhlgham. F. S. A, Home Supervisor < <
::4i + 7 Monday( Nov. 3. It wan said along with other hopefUls I ;
Mr. BUtch said that the met with high P. W. A. of. '
that .the package containing the i
r'g community exhibits; were, among flclal at the Georgia Washington '
(, petitions, sent to the the 1f'
the bent he had ever' Been and Circuit Court by messenger boy Hotel Jacksonville to discuss 'defense '.. 1

that they were. a credit to any contained a number of names of at'edII In their home towns \

community. > i persons who are known ta be unalterably and communities,, ; j I,

County Agent I*'qy<<'p: );&r. chairman ', opposed to such, an e- Star priority. list Included \ II'I

NNety of the fair rot anittee complimented lection, and deny having, signed 11 projects. July 21 'this Committee ;YI\.'' ,
the exhibitor* very the petition. was called hack to Jack- .1 '
highly and stated tba\ the' community \ :
The petition will be canvassed aonvlDev 'and the priority list'lj
booths were itfych better made out by-Government :
and .sftnf certain name have ( I
IFI than he had anticipate arid tha( ,
Included five for Starke.
project :
I heatf,th/bwn out. It will! be seenliftjn r ''t
those who, Installed the flthlbl.n4.w1eooratecf' \','f I .riare still enoughm make. ,They: were tile tint /lira, on "',
the booths, tilde I avery Starka'a own Pf'IorIt.Y.U.I1J'rbe.
w 2S Percent
KihV '
A + ; fine'JOb of It., OJ< I i
4 % M pC ; ealleTt election. foulS C1t" them be already
a )hryichoUfi'xhlblU, were.'' wel* .*- ; beaiv'aftpc&.ved, ,The- only on. on I'I'flMlt
deadrvlng fqt, Uto' highest i of Harrell the pprirve4 L Vriarlty Hat that t
praUe. They showed mucli' effort Bas net yt'received Congressional ,

... .. ". .:+' and Ingenuity by the teacher and I "Hot" Wire' approval la an Incinerator. *!: \: : 1

reach acrox. Road 48 in .its worst children In preparing them. The The six remaining; projects on I' IStark. I

Thin hole reaches almost to the center I of the road. There Two men can t'a..lly thus' N the only ace..... Road too school awards were made Itrooker, V. n. Harrell employe: of the .'* own Hat are; jail; coun- ,

ra many other auto. tut bad. Originally a 18-foot llmerocki places. At tho present'time In the United ataike:: Lawtey Hampton and Florida Power and Light Co., was ty-city access roads; recreational 1 r

i road, 48 has worn away until It Is only seven or eight feet Comp landing s ron" largest training camp Graham, respectively. seriously': injured by shock and building for colored; fire station ) II

Ids In StaleM. The community prizes were $23, bump\ t Friday afternoon about and equipment; street paving; and ti I
places 320 $lIS,. $10 and U and school 2 o'clock when 00,000 volts of health center and hospital While ;J\\"I 4

,,_.. .n .. prlzin were IS!, $3, and $2. electricity punned through his the hospital Is named last on the ,] t J 1
1 body while he was working at priority lint, there seems to be a )Lf I. ;i

I' r the top of a pole. He was treatedby strong purpose on the part of officials \ :

J Red Cross Quota physicians here, then rushed to make a pull for a' hoe. :.t t'

\ In an ambulance to a Palatka !pltal for, Bradford County. Con- (til.! t.

r hospital. Saturday he was takento .re..sman Lax Green has been a.' I.
the Riverside hospital, Jacksonville beard by many to say that so far
Set At 900Plan ''
where he I la gradually as the was ,concerned that was 1! 4'

Improving.The the'next; project that would be r I

accident occurred while ,'approved for Starke., i j 5 v f
for the annual Red Cross '
Roll 'Call I In Bradford County Mr. Harrell was transferring the There 'J4 little doubt about'help :i' ,
held line from old to new poles along for access roads::so necessary to *U \ !
were perfected at a meeting
In the City Hall Tuesday after Road 261 Just beyond Alligator National, defen* near Gamp Blan- "-I 1;[.,:
reek He had finished the job ding. Likely also money for the \ \ tt
e H HAbove noon.Mayor and had dropped his line and Jail wlll be forthcoming.: And ': j
: N. D. Walnwrlght., Jr.. f '

'f'iaaaldtance ?
reached over to the "hot' aide there" I I. a'possibility of financial
recently announced a* chad man. to make his adjustments. H e. for,street paving How1'i i
of the drive stated that Dr.d.tord'
evidently came within the 18-lneh ever the Itkellest next project ''i
quota ha* been net at 900 '
danger cone of the hlgh-powee for Starke ale a hospital access ;;
members this In ,
year-the largest .
line with hi monkey wrench reeds and a jail. ,;I !
the history of the county. Heretofore ,. f
the when the electric' current jumped ,. ,.j''
quota here has been I
across, ran down his. right arm Soldier Killed \
around 200 member : ,
and through hi.* body. His "
It was announced that a meet'' b.nd'and foot were badly burned, ',On Road 13 .(4'j!(I '

Ing will be held In t h e Army but hIs worst burn seemed to be
YMCA Monday afternoon at 3:30: around his waist where his clothIng Joe :Myron Atkinson, of Com I ,

o'clock at which time the young caught fire. It was stated pany C, 124th Infantry. Camp ';

mud travel this -gge, l ribbon of llmerock Inorder people will oe asked to volun- that no doubt his life was. saved Blandlng, was Instantly killed .
: Fifty thousand men in direction. Although complete record. teer to help In the drive. by the current entering on the shortly after midnight Saturday j'

to reach tho neat town any 80 and 40 people have bees killed Mayor V/a'nwrlght has pro- right side of Ms body Instead of three miles north 0(. Starke on !t
available It estimated that between claimed that the Roll Call In the left where It would, probably Road 13 when an unidentified vehicle I
little than a t
started more '
along Road .as since con-trucUon of Blandlng WSA Bradford County will begin on have stopped his heart.A ran over him. Just how, the :! ,

ago. Tuesday Nov. 11. and extend to telegram was received early accident'was caused, or by whom a :t

year November 30 th. dates suggestedby this week by a relative in Starke could not be ascertained, Sheriff 't'" ji

national headquarter that. Mr. Harrell'. father In Hop- A. O. Andrea stated Tuesday. : .t :

stream of trafflo In and out of camp has broken klnsvitle, Ky., had just died. When he wa called early Sun- ,.1't ,t
never-ending '
At lefts A 48 until thl- Jagged line I. what mnlnImagine Old Car Tags day morning be found the' man
away' the edges of Road artillery. from Blandlng attempted to us.a Hallowe'en PartyA lying on the road just a* he was IJ; ,,J !r "
and heavy Needed In DefenseTax
tho utter chore U troops struck no blood stain on his !ty '
road like this In time of actual war.. SuccessLed clothes but with his head crushed I; I ,
11Cr. Collector C. A. Knight baa 'bIt
where the wheels bad run over It. f
received the following communication by Major W A, Miller, Is presumed that the soldier tt

i from Henry J Driggers newly appointed provost marshal road :H'"
Leases Shoe Shop lay down on the to sleep
Cows To Be TreatedDr. : Motor Vehicle Commissioner of of Camp Blandlng. Starke' Hal perhaps intoxicated.'I'e'
jr. Colson Armistice Day I Tallahassee: lowe'en parade last Friday night
After 80 In the shoe repair
vet years
Planned Charles W. Chadwick The Federal Government wo a colorful event that attracted "
ens Office Program he will be business a* lather son Father Murphy
advises the
erlnarian. through the conservation section throngs of spectators to
D Holllngsworth open-
Lemuel Colaon. dentist this Armistice Day. Tuesday Nov. In Bradford County testing within cows ten ed(Franklin the shop In 1801). Frank C., of the O. P. M.. has requested business section of town. The B. At RotaryFather
k will be observed In Starke for Bangs dUease leased hIs hop everybody to cooperate with the II. S band a squad of hlgh-stepping -
opened 11 Hollingsworth
office In the two two weeks. Those wishing and the colorful Tho J. Murphy of StEdward's .. '
lit of B. H. S. stu- days or to John Tillakos for two license tag officials In conserving majorettes
rooms of ,the Adkln bulld- with a parade to have their cows tested Monday 1941 and previous year tags by costumes of youngsters added to Catholic Church wa a
at nine with an option t o buy.
lit 129 East Call treet, lust denta which will begin should notify county agent L. -He years la a tint-elan: shoeman.- Mr turning them In to the ynrlou the carnival spirit. Riding with guest speaker at the Rotary Club

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and will end on Jefferson St. between be made.Subdiolalon. line with this request. I am WalnwrlKht, Jr., and Capt. Bud- development of the new Catholic
dworthed ( .
B 10 0 shoe-maker ( a \
and the city "I wa* a calling on all tag agents to request daJh and Lt. Cherry of the pro-. center In tarke, with especial .
1 across the hall with Dr. C. the poetofflce will be O. K. cobbler) In Greece six years before owner of 1941 license vbst marshal! office empnasl. '011/1he NCCS-National '

"SOllell,. chiropractor. hall where a program coming to the United States I plate. to turn their old tag in to Mrs. Nina Probette of tho Catholic Community Service. I

lees born and reared In presented.The. The City Council Tuesday night in 192C. said Mr. TUIakos.In Live the tag agent when purchasing American/ Legion WPA recreation Father Murphy stressed the
A. E. Ufhtfoot will the plat of L. A. Davis wa In the shoe business thereafter) conceivedthe fact that facilities of the recreation y ,
ord' County." said Dr. Col- Rev. approved Then I went to 1942 plates, or a* soon center who originally
h I I. Oak until
the programand subdivision near center are for the use of all
1\ thla chairman : Pinehurst a* possible. Idea of the Hallowe'en party
week, "but I have been serve as boundary Gainesville In 1929 where I ran a '
&y Jone.L&ngfordWbltePOIIt home along tha weetern and others who shared with her service men. whether Catholic or ;
10 : Sometime next Spring truck
long I feel like a the T. Cluts real hoe shop for a year. he said. the desire of 1
take Starke. W. It not. He expressed
will o of making a
w tine
cer I I American LegIOn After that time :Mr. Tillako was will take up the old tags and the responsibility
will iTr Davis are working the organization to coop crate ,t ;
Cr. S. Band tor, and Raiford where success. are gratified at the re-
Colson The B. H. which In the restaurant b u al n ell In carry them to \ ,
ins { I
spent five part. this subdivision other In providing
years I on street dance, with groups ,
together will be held for disposal by sults. The gala s
Petersburg eJi'ht'yeai'll InUCOL furnish music.Following approved by FHA auth- Gainesville with Jerry Christodou- they wholesome recreation for the men '. 1 J'
I students -r baa been the Government during this. which topped off the evening, wa ,
baa been In a
*. the program will iou and recently ".
and begin
time In Mt ;
some ':' for the ,on tie.. Improvement enjoyed to a late hour. at Camp Blandlng. : : \
&JI4 Trenton to will be dismlssed restaurant and bar In Gainesville. emergency. .
coming ; ::; in a short I
1 from ,
Trenton. day. j

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after overwhelmed. It is part of the Nazi Choice OpeningsIn Do You Recognize It?
The Bradford County Telegraph strategy to forswear pledges and tear up Army New

Kutahllnhed 1877MEMBER treaties.
There are some very choice
Russia negotiated with him i to her openings. now for volunteers in Rm rxi i r, ,+'R. :T :,

shame, for directly she found him batteringher the U. S. Army according to '
Sergeant Luther E. Lurney, of j'i '
cities and making full fledged war on the Recruiting Service. Men are ( s '

19,4 1 her. Incidentally, Stalin even when he was needed In the Air Corps at Wichita -

r E. L. Matthews _____________ _Editor and oWiior_ collaborating with Germany perpared for Falls Texas, Kesaler Field, '
-- Mis. and Jefferson Barracks, Mo.
SUBSCRIPTION:; HATH her treachery, and Hitler got the surpriseof
Also In the regular army, un-
Yearly, '1.15; Six Month. 01 1.00. his Fuehrer life for Stalin had prepared, acsigned, there are good oppor- pri

Published' Weekly on- Friday and Entered M Secad and at this writing the Germans are still tunities for applicants to go to

Class Matter at the Post Office at Sfarke Fla. outside of, Moscow, and have lost one or ool-any coui so. In all branchesof 1"r4
the service, Sergeant Lurney
more million men. stated. Those who are Interested :r fit, .,. ,
BIBLE THOUGHT There is only one peace possible with may find him at Building D-22. .

"Hoid that taut which thou hast, that no man Germany, and that is the wreck and destruction Hospital Area Camp Blanding. S : W 7X .s
take thy crown."...-Rev. 3:11.:
of the Hitler machine. It has to be .''" "b
One does 'not usually think of the Blble'IUJ'worldl Edwin ,Southers Back
demonstrated to that power-mad country
wlae. But where can a more pithy or v'w
profound bit of advice be found? The book of that' the Germans are not earth's supreme Edwin Southers, known to manyof

Revelation la difficult\ to understand and More people and that the world will never sub- the landmarks 1 n Bradford x ..... .p "
after absence from the '4'
difficult of Interpretation; but everybody can mit to such enslavement as the episode i in State-mostly in California-of '
understand that when one comes Into possession
France illustrates. 18 years, returned to Starke last ,
of anything of, supreme value-whether Christianity ,
or anything; eUehe should guard It with all ', The peace that will be signed will be Friday.in Starke-settling Mr. Southers spent the many first t M +.' r .,,, 0 r,

his might lest It slIP| from his grasp. signed in Berlin-and Hitler will not ,be years theatrical colony'in this section.
there. ,..010 He is 82 years of age, and is a
German Justice: 100 Frenchmen "homing pigeon" he says. He was

For One German OfficerThe Did A Little Group Of Senators around and renewing friendships old among acquaintances such

slaughter of one hundred innocent Really. Start World War II? men as N. D. Walnwrlght, Sr., C b

.,frenchmen in reprisal for the assassination November 11, 1918 was a happy day.It I R. F. Demorest, and others. {.t. ,;1

' of two German officers furnishes a measureof was the. end of a "war to end all wars." I OJ, ,.
CCC EnrollmentFor \
the sadist philosophy of the Nazi au But: the frightful picture that will con- y, ? 0/,

thorities.' front us on November 11, 1941, proves that the first time in a year, i

The., killing of hostages is a revival of man is an imperfect' animal, and that as Bradford County youths have the r -
chance to enroll in the CCC and Is It the Lido Biarritz Palm Beach .'. No. It's none other than
barbarisms the world thought civilizationhad long as he has a hand in running things out own L
see service In camps on the Pa- Klngsiey Lake all dressed up-almost beyond recognition of those "who knew It
i outgrown centuries ago. There was this will probably be a far from perfects elf- Coast, according to an an- pleasant scene was napped on the beach In the base hospital area, and everyone in the when.

not the slightest pretense that the world. nouncement this week by Mrs. W. lieutenant! The lone male at left Is Dr. (bt Lt.) Joseph Larklq In Company ,of NurwT i picture' "
L. Andrews local member' of the
were In any way,concernedin the slaying of There t were steps that, could have been District Welfare Board No. S. Any tenant.Glelchman Jeanne Gougoer Lynn Barlow and Betty Bnunltt, who hold the rank of' 2nd

the Reich officials. They were picked at taken that might have helped, to insure that young men who are interested ...

random from all over occupied France. Moreover victory of 1918. As Fuller Warren points mould advise the nearest welfare :

,,another hundred were slated for massacre out In a recent column few fair-minded and may be board reached at once when so the that special they Present Program Of Blanding Con.t..ction:; I Recent Births

!in the event of the 'failure to apprehend informed persona.will deny that the refusal enrollment is authorized. ,- Will Be Complete About December 15 Mr. and Mrs W. 3 RI|

the unidentified gunmen who fled of the United States to enter the Leagueof All Waldo. Oct. 24
essential construction so far ing 60,000 square yards for passenger girl, Sarah 1
when their' purpose was accomplished. As Nations and thereby create a strong Methodist Church authorized for Camp Blanding, cars; and various sod- Mr. and Mrs A. B. Peacock\

as act.of grace the Nazis delayed the execution international police force, made possible the Services at the Methodist one of the largest military posts dings and sprigging. tey Oct. 27, girl Theresa ]

of the additional doomed hundred for rise to power of the two international gang- Church next Sunday will be as In the country being set up at a The entire hospital area prob- beth.Mr.
.ollows: : coat of more than 130,000,000 ably the largest single unit in and Mrs George _
three days which was all the time allowed sters, Adolf Hitler and ,Benito Mussolini.Mr. any
scheduled to be military has been I Shannon, Starke,, Oct. 23,
De- sodded
Church School 10 A. M. A cor- completed by
the French to find I
and surrender the Warren also reminds us that this dial welcome to all. cember 15, according to present and sprigged turning the section Mr. and Mrs Carl Franck(

assassins. country was kept out of the League largely Morning Worship 11 o'clock. plans.Work from an expanse of sand to one Lawtey, Oct. 28, boy

While it may be reasonably assumed through the efforts of a small group of reactionary The program will center around on the final $ .OOOOOO of green vegetation. 15 after the completion oil

that' the killing of the two Germans was Senators who had the idea that the meaning of Armistice Day. allotment was about, 75 percent Grading and completion of all contract of Starrett Droi. 1\
The complete having progressed so roads is virtually completed aa Is of New York.Relief .
Sermon subject will be: "In
the act of super patriots made desperate by the United States: could fulfil normal
a Cod's Appointed Time." well under the Constructing Quar- grading at beaches and buildingof
the tyranny of.the conquerers that is onlyan destiny completely' isolated from the rest The Youth Fellowship meets at termaster that personnel of the piers for white and colored. '

assumption. Not even ,the nationalityof of the world. The folly of this theory has 8:30: P. M. office here now is gradually be- Contracts for all USO buildings At La;
the fugitives is determined. Perhaps instead now been proved for all time, but it is too All young' people are invited to ing military shifted projects.to other' United States under this jurisdiction have been
in these
'of being the late. If it had not been join meetings.Evening approved but all locations: Have
expression of national for the obstructive Worship. 7:30.: There probably will be other not been ForYourCouiCreomulslon
hostility, it might have been done to avenge tactics of "this! little band of wilful men," There .will be a song service Incidental buildings but so far as Recently definitely the cornerstone set however.of the

some personal and private wrong. It has the United States would likely have joined proceeding' the' regular preaching the camp general 1 Is concerned USO building at Starke was laid, relieves pro
service. The for all work now authorized !is slated cause It goes right to the t
Subject the
.oven been\. known to happen that officers 'the League of Nations, helping to create a for, first USO' building in the coun- trouble to help loosen and i
evening message w III be:. "In completion before the end of
world try to b& started under authorityof germ laden phlegm, and aid Ito
have been 'slain by their own men becauseof ,police authority capable I of supressing: God's Own Way." the year the Constructing Quartermaster soothe and heal raw trade

an individual .service grouch. These are, 1 outlaw nations. :. ,Prayer' services*.,each ..Wednes. This construction includes ;23cnapelst One more U to be set ,at flamed. bronchial mucous ei Dcranes.
of course, merely speculations but they are Mr. Warren reaches the following conclusions day at 7:30 P. ,M. ; mW than 300 /dayrooms Jacksonville Beach and two in a bottle Tell of Creonwlslon your druggist with thr
Visitors ..are invited. to ,attend. ; eight theatres; special must like flu
certainly tenable Jacksonville one of those to be a derstanding you
as the theory of General :
as all services at the church.. buildings\ such ,as the huge athletic $25,000 remodeling job in the quickly allays the cough or r
Stuelpnagle- chief of the occupational forces "It is useless to lament the failures and G. C. Powell, Pastor.: building; motor parking Chamber of Commerce building. back

who declared:- "cowardly criminals paid by mistakes of the past. We should now re- areas covering approximately 1- The Constructing Quartermaster I ICREOMULSI l

England and Moscow killed the field com- solve that they won't be repeated when the Rye And Oats 000.000 square yards and includ took over building here April for Coughs ChcM Colds 6ronrp'F

mandant of Nantes. In expiation of present war is won and the victors gather The 1942 AAA program will re-

this crime I have ordered a s preliminary around the conference table to fashion' quire farmers to have at least 25 '

measures that '50 hostages be shot. Con- just and lasting percent of their cropland In ero Ko. 5., WEERE WAS THE FUST, WHITE 62111
peace.. sion-resisting crops and uses to j ''' '' .. ..
sidering the gravity of the crime, 50 other "We should try to realize that an isolationist comply fully 'and avoid deduc- # lOll !.1 ROITI AMEIICAf

hostages will be shot if the guilty ones are is more insane than otherwise in tions, says H. G. Clayton state I ,
not arrested by midnight of October 23." tHese AAA administrative officer.
modern times. The remotest part of Since winter legume seed will
This brutality, unmatched in any modern the universe is no longer isolated; be scarce and the supply doubtful -

war, is only a sample of the system of outpost of the entire world is within every the Clayton suggests the planting
III tier's world conquest project. It is more of oats and rye for grazing, which
range of a bomber or a battleship. And will qualify for erosion-resisting
blood-chilling possibly but is no more degenerate our America is even less isolated than most requirements and provide feed for

than the blastingof helpless shipsIn of the world. It is imperilled from both livestock. The oats and rye are FF -
,mid-ocean without fine to be followed i
warning or concern the Atlantic and the Pacific by peanuts,
for men, women and children dumped into by open water which are needed for oil production -
approaches, and from Central and South next year, he adds.
the or'ihejbombing; : ,? of populous cities- America by land.
which is ,another of, the ghastly expedients Panama City ,where he will work o
we Americans expect to escape lIitler's for several months. Il
Introduced to -the world by the Germans.Yet firing squads.his concentration camps, ,,Mrs. Roy 'Starr Is'the guest of /t

'there'those who speak of a and his planned starvation ,for conquered Sr.her mother Mrs. G. W. Rah me,

negotiated peace with the monster responsible countries, we must continue
our armament Bert Hlnson left Saturday fortfle
I for. these oti trag.ea on humanity program until every mile I 1 of our coasts Canal Zone where he will .

France negotiated and, look, what she got! bristles with the heaviest artillery, our seas a 'heavy equipment operator ben
Hitler announced his disavowal of hostile are swollen with submarines Government defense projects. He
and our skies went first to Savannah Ga., from
i purposes against every nation that he there- darkened with dive bombers." where he will board an Army 0

I il Hampton enjoyed followed by refreshments. transport. C Excess Acid
Happenings I It cause*
NEW FAMILIES; IN HAMPTON FREE youp.*n oStomachUlcers I.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Betts and Indlg..tiBloating N4''
by \T SCHOOL son from Waldo.
Mr*. H. W. Morrow has forgotten its nas1eits ,,
Miss Ophelia ,Bryan entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sontay from Nausea,set a Are sample of U Dc.A History remembered )
.j KVANSBERNHARDTMAIURIAQE he first and second grades and Wllllston. and a free Interesting booklet at parents are not iD
but the first white child
4\ On Friday afternoon October I number of pre-school children Mr. and Mrs. James Gnann and CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE Protestant Pa'
America born of
31, In a quiet ceremony before vith 'a Hallowe'en party Friday children o f Jacksonville spent the
'e" County Judge E. K. Perryman ifternoon. Seasonal games were Sunday with Mrs. May Sweeney rents was A boy! The time:
r.v Miss Rubye Iternhardt of Flta onjoyed and at the conclusion of and daughters.Mr. latter part of 1565.'The place: Fort

gerald Ga.. and Pvt. E. T. Evans the afternoon favors and prizes and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Caroline near the month of the
I of Ashburn, Ga., were united In vere given.aKALTH spent Sunday with friends and
e marriage.Mrs. relatives in Macclenny. St. Johps River.
AND T"3IP.n.NCEThe :
;' Evans, during the months last Friday In October is Mr, and Mrs. Joe Sparkman of
j. spent In Hampton has been popular designated as Health,.jjjind; Temperance Gainesville are spending a few 1
with the children and young Day in all Flortda schools. days this week with Mr. and Mrs. If You Want to o (/
people and has assisted with the rt Fotltl4
r Hampton School observed the day C M. Dennison. Here's another
;), Junior Choir with a special program providedby Mr\ and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Keep Your Home rt
Mr. and Mrs. Evans will wel- the'W, C. T. U. Chapter of spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. pill worth remembering
come their many friends at their 3tarke. '
residence in Watterson Apart E. C. Morrow and :Miss Shyrl have reliable automobile '%!) -' THE "JAX' BREWII6 COMA1I1
ments. i, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Borrow of Fort Pierce were ;e has been fn continuous: operaf C: ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Gnann of week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs insurance. A serious accident Free since 1914. JAX Brewmaste ha I
I BRiDE ELECT HONORED Jacksonville have announced the }\[. W. Morrow. result In the loss never lost their skill in lJ'Iakl.i : r
The members of the Junior transfer of their Hampton hometo Mr. and Mil Gordon Wads- may ', quality beer properly! : < r
Choir gave a surprise xnlncellaneoua Edgar C. Lamb of Jackson worth. Jr., and Marlon Claire of home. : Assure that golden sparkling col lor
your '
.. shower Wednesday evening at ville. Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux will Johns were in Jacksonville Tuesday that smooth. mellow flavor! I Ne +,
the home of Mrs. M.I I.. Watterson have charge of the rental of the on Business. wonder the famous Drink of F'ship nJ.
; honoring Miss: Ruby Bern- property.iUILLOWK'FY. W. H. Croft. Lacy Wynn and Charley E. Johns U the choice of dietnIl11"'nn
I hardt. Many lovely and useful M. 1. Watterson were business iy'f'rahmomc.
Agency FJondiana everywhere. .::
gift were presented and refreshments TREASURE) visitors 1 n Gainesville Monday bottle of J ;
.. HUNT try a
/. were served at the end of I afternoon.
I a social hour. Mlas Ada Nlmmo Members of the ninth grade en }[r. and Mrs. R. B. Brannon Starke. Florida JAX BREWING COM PAl'
; and Mrs., O. D. Oay assisted Mrs. joyed a Treasure Hunt sponsoredby and family have moved to Lake 11* East Call Street I I I k niliU
Watterson,during the evening. the Junior High School Teachers City after living in Hampton since Telephone 13 1 JACIs/1MiLLE
I Thursday night of -last week the
start of
construction work
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade were At the conclusion of the hunt Camp Blanding.W at ,,wyceiv> 7>.''".."'>.**y.-,-....,,V ( '':,".mk.) '
visitors in Gainesville Indoor fUprmntlna THE TftAYtlR$. A iW \" .Il'jiI ',10I <
Monday. games and stories were A. Saxon left Tuesday for Hartford' I .! .+ titbit .
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special Temperance pro- PANAMA FROM THE SADDLE : h

gram presented at the Tabernacle

STAFF Odds & EndsI last Friday night waa Instructive t
EDITORIAL Bradford Drops Senior Biographies
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Editor-in-Chief and entertaining.; r. ,' -- -- -- "
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Marjorie Thompson' overheard the other day on Another GameThis EUGENE BEAM: children presented the subject: In ;: >> ; i
I social Reporters the campus that Buddy mad a I know you have noticed a new recitation and songs and a good '..". ..' !,
Line Margie Mathews, hit with his book report on "Cap week the football boys will\ face among the boys of the senior '
Dorothy Green I tain Caution." Wonder which is enjoy a day or so vacation from class and have been undecided congregation was present to en ___ ft. ;

Special Features better-the book or the report'lI'll practice because no game Is about just who he Is and where he joy the program. \ x (I

Hayes. Ovid Futch, Joe have to read It and see for scheduled for Friday. I am sure came from. He Is Eugene Beam The Minion Hall service on I r \' ,

oS Lander myself. Thanks to him there'sa they will enjoy It. better known as Gene. Before Tuesday nights la a service of

junior Reporter stampede to the library for this Last Friday night the Tornadoes becoming a Starkelte, he was a Bible study A question box has iIIftV t

bu Davis, Nina Bishop, Edna sensational story. were beaten 2113. We would eesburglte but he has not lived added Interest In the problems of ." .

Edwards These people who wear per- like to say that Hastings played there all his1 life. He was born the Bible. Last Tuesday night a ,..

i-' ___""_____ Patsy Roberta fume! I wish they could use It in a good clean game rivaled only 1n "Old Virginia." Gene started chalk talk was presented by the t. '

NeWS ________ My Parker the defense program as a substi- I by our boys. and Is now ending his school daysIn speaker, Illustrating the necessity 4 \ ;

,, ,, its ---__-__ Buddy- Davis tute for poison gas or to bathe Every boy on the team as wellas Florida. of believing the whole Bible '

_"t"----...... Douglas HazeD battleships. Anything u s t so the school will feel theab- Gene has a weakness for pretty which Is the Word of God. 'I ;

Spoolal Feature there would be a shortage.The sence of Nettle He Is having to girls and plaid shirts. I Imagine All are invited to attend the \

IBM Hayes Joe Lander style on the campus these quit football because of a weak If you cast an eye over the crowd services at the MUslon! Hall and '" 1

junior Reporter rainy days is reversibles. Take a tioulder. at any of our'' football genes, you Tabernacle. The Tabernacle services

Davis, Nina Bishop, Shlr-' look at Miss Stump, Miss Spark- When we lose a game, we wonder can readily distinguish him by are conducted on, Friday and '1

OIl1ey Marjorie Grider Edna man, 'and Mrs. Wainwright the I 'why. We should be able to his bright plaid shirt. Sunday nights at 7:00. : \ j
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.rds, Martha Markey Eva next rainy morning. They match win all of them. So far we have Strange as I it may seem, his Rev. Forbes E. Fuller pastor $ P > '

Gainey wonderfully, just as It they were lost two. Now that the weathers most exciting .moment was when of the Lawtey Baptist Church assists i")

Girl's Sport triplets, as far as dress Is con- of such a good nature that It'' he knocked at the house where in the Friday night meet- .

Opal Peel cerned. Another style is all sorts makes it Impossible for the boys his first girl friend lived. Just Ings, leading the song service and s 'g''R

of necklaces, which ,(to my way to stay still, we know that they get him to (tell you about it. The playing the saxophone. +i + n nNo.

I of thinking) are getting sillier wilt have more energy and ..plrlt.It's most dull moments of his life

litorialIEALTII i every' day the silliest yet were on his last date. Please do Building PermitsFred the U. S. Navy doesnt have tlonal emergency as their services; \! t y

ESSENTIAL I being to paint peanuts with nail not ask him to recall this. a cavalry unit but many a sailor can be spared regardless of the t !
IS To'BeAn
polish and string them. Who has Great He likes fried chicken, ice Guy, one-story frame straddled leather before giving up length of time remaining In their "" '

ealth is one of the most Im- time for such trifles T By the time American! cream, football swimming, good residence 56x32, on the corner of his bucking broncho or plow horse enlistment. If the emergency ends;:
and book for the bounding* main. within a period of several months,
for anyone school buildings, making reports 1'1"
ant things I struggle through my lessons and North Walnut, and East 8th The sailors In whites above are those enrolled in the Naval keserv
ne to have. Each of us dash off a bit for the newspaper, To me America Is the greatest and catching rides. streets Trianon Development seamen in the U. S. Naval Reserve will not be required to complete''

that we cannot do'our best my day has come to an end, andI place on earth. It Is a land where His greatest worry will come on shore leave In Panama. No distinction their 4 year term In active service.)]
0 to an end when he closes his Corporation, contractors Octo
is mad between sailors In Opportunities for advancement
health and never have time to even darn a freedom and democracy reign in
'1 are not In good sock. I suppose such things are physics book for the last time, ber 22, 93.100: ; J. D. Mathews, the Naval Reserve and those in the to learn skilled trades, for travel ,
Inter comes, diseases come at place of hatred and jealousy, receives his much expected A regular Navy. Enlistment in the and adventure are identical t
for people of leisure and not for $300, Oct. 23, for re-roofing and ..
too. If our resist- where free speech and free worship and bids Mr: Bponholu farewell. U. S. Naval Reserve is for four whether a man enlist in the regular 1.\
Igher rate us school-minded people. Here'sto general repairs on house of M. M. but all enlisting in the Navy or the Naval Reserve.
men !
I hairs
He that be has
i is low, we are more apt toe the rest of the worldpaintyour are rightful privileges of Its rays no gray Morgan In lots 4-11 of the Livingston Naval Reserve will be released to and his pay food clothing medical ;or

these diseases than we are peanuts and we'll become citizens. Ever since the ratification now, but fear that by the close Truby A X2o., addition; inactive duty as soon after the na- and dental car are the same. 1 1 1I'
will .
i of schoolhe, have to use
educated. Constitution this $80,000 for the USO building on !&
bad the right amount of the nation Kolor Bak. ,
'e i have lots t, o, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11
and the right Looking at Ralph this morning has ,been a "government of His longest journey was 1,600 i:
| rest
seep and I began to wonder if he received of block 2 of .the Matthews addition Plenty Of Smoke- Jook Organ Curfew '
the people, by the people, and for miles by car .to New York from
of food and exercise. -Just North of the Starke Much Fire
d I
that broken collar bone In the i eesburg. The trip was made In Not The City Council has decided'y'y
in school, the people. It offers liberty and Armory-building to be of con '
f we are to do football game or if It,was from a June of this The moat along with hundreds of other '\
A health Is one of the first es- brunette? She must have spinachand security In exchange for faith and thrilling Incident was when ran crete blocks, 161x88 feet, October Shortly after noon on Thursday cltlsens-that midnight is late !.
which wears 27, Watt A: Sinclair of Florida, of last week a lot of amok t \
Worry milk her diet regularly,
Iials on loyalty. for be allowed
to the top of Washington Monu- enough jook organ to ,
and little fire threw a scar
Ira our resistance and tears up Ralph. We all wish you a speedy In these critical times It Is even ment In Washington, D. C. con t racton. Into a citizens along North Walnut to play,, and 8 o'clock A. t ;

r nerves should be avoided. recovery.The for to together M. I IB for them to
more Important us pull He Is preparing himself for street, and brought the Starke early enough ,
course we know that plenty change In the climate and. preserve the greatest Uncle Sam- although there. Is no Deeds Filed volunteer fire department to the begin their "music." \"t

[milk and vegetables and fruits makes us feel like donning our nation that ever lived. There is I Immediate danger of his being Bertha Pearce a widow, to scene in doubU-quIck time. The "I'm tired of having t o go \\ I' i

e us healthy. We have been sweaters and taking' a stroll to no room for anyone who does not drafted. Eugene's aim Is to receive James B. Rosier and wife, Doris horn of Mrs. John'LensIn at 424, around every night and tell the K 1 1ownera

gbt these essential rules for the Fair grounds. It will be Interesting wish to work with us. A nationIs his diploma In April. He Rosier, Oct. 24; C. O. Mantra and North Walnut-the property of that it I la time to cut them n \

iny years. Now It Is time toy to see the combinationsthe only so strong as its people andIf will study to become one of these his wife, Freda Manlre, to Hattie Mrs. O. J, Griffin-was the scene off. After this they'll have to go ,I j

them to our lives.' When girls will wear this winter. 1 I Its people are strong, then that men who work with electricity. I. Jones; Oct. 28; George Hazen of the blaze.It before the Mayor," W. E. Thorn I I

[ lose a day from school it la hear the most popular outfit will nation will live. Good luck to you. Gene, and be and wife, Minnie T. Hacen, and seems that Mrs. Lensln wa ton, night police officer; .stated.' 1

sr regained. We may makethe I I be pastel colored sweaters and When we fuss and fret about careful. V. V. Hazen and wife, Cleone burning some paper In the fireplace .

work sufficiently- but that 'plaid skirts of harmonizing col our seemingly big troubles, we Hazen to American Tung 011 In the front room when In Named Postmaster '

flaking more of our time from ors. What do you say about put- ought to thank our "lucky stars' Jokes and Pokes Mills, Inc., Oct. 24; Callle D. Gay some way It caught In the flue. 1"

er needed subjects for .the ting purple and gold first in that we do not live on that side f and husband 8. O. Gay; A. J. Very little damage was reported, Friend here of Maurice: G. 4 (1
nt; therefore It Is wise tort honor of good old B. H. S.; then Langford will| be interested to .,
of the Atlantic where they really .Joke Thomas and wife, E v a Mae and most of that was from water !
for good health so that wey red, white, and blue* for' the U have trouble. Whether we realize Mrs. ADdenon-John, what. ia Thomas; Alice; Marie Kelly'and Judge A. Z, Adklns who lives learn that he has been.. appointed S4U' !

\ not have to lose time from S. A.? Shake the moth balls out it or not America Is blessed a prison? J. R. Kelly, her husband, to the next door was the first to see the postmaster at Lake Butler and !f

1 school work. of the pockets and -come along' ; In many ways. Being able to live John-(not paying very much State, of Florida Oct 25; Jessie fire, and turned In the alarm, will assume his .nw duties within t '

the water-I mean' the 'weatherla a comparatively peaceful life attention)-,A prison Is a place Mae Blakely of Duval County to Early 'volunteer' firemen reachingthe a few day., "

e Ideal Student; fine. apart from war. hatred, and de- where you .keep), ,prisoners. J. M. Slstrunk! V. B./ St John, scene used Judge Adklns' i' I'
The football boys will a ceit U a' blessing. ''Yes, Ameri- and 1* Q. Powell, as trustees for garden hose, so that the regularfire STENOGRAPH NOT
[what kind of'person' would rest this week-end. 'Yes,' the center cans are one of the few people in Coach-i-How did you' come out ,Bradford Lodge No., 35 Free and department did not have to PADS-19* a o BRADFORD I'f
will be the Brad- In exam, 'Steve? '
In think'of as an Ideal student? of attraction the world who can assemble and your Accepted Masons, Oct., 27. use, I Its, big equipment. COUNTY TELKORAPU. :

i me It Is one whOo Is "Ideal' ''out ford County Fair.i <|. ,, (I worship'.* they see fit .without St'even-Ob"I'. as .Napoleondid. I
school a* well as' In? J I fear of being thrown into jail i
Coach-Well, how was that?
iThls student should be inrtsted Tenth Grade News and, perhaps, be left there to die. Steven-Oh, I went down In ,, ,

In his lessons ,and 'show In the eyes ot the law everyone '
j He shouldn't sit In" class like Students In fifth period study Is free and equal. In what other history.

I dummy but should let Ms hall were asked: "What place nation can you find such justiceand

teller know that he is listening would you like to see more than equality Fourth Grade News ,f

I what she is saying., But hebt any other" ? After weighing the situationover i. I
Tower, We are glad to welcome
never go as far as becoming Marjorie carefully, considering the. 1 1I
Reddish-African Jung- lyn Black to our class. She came I
Interested that he becomes dis- Jewell great number 0 f things which :
from Weston, Ga.
rteous to the other members {es. America offers in return for so
Mrs. Hart brought us two new
I the class or to the teacher. A' Shirley Morgan-Lookout little, it( Is only right that I should .
pot plants.In
od teacher appreciates a boy or wish 'to stick by such a nation.
our geography class we are
1 who knows .his. assignmentsremembers : Crews-Lawtey, Yes, I can truthfully say with all reading "The Eskimo Twins" by
d Iretta Brannen-Graham. be is
what she.tells sincerity "It's great to an
Fitch Perkins.
but never becomes boastful of Opal Peele Bright Lights of American." As long as this nation Lucy Mrs. Hart, teacher % e 1 1 i

achievements. When book re- Midway. lives democracy will. not perIsh r. !
rte Elise Green' "A Little Bit earth. +,
are due this person does not from the
l to report on something below Forth of South Carolina." Seventh Grade News

reading level but an*approprl- "Mutt" Jones-Madison Square Mary Anna's MannersDear "-D '"
e book. To this.'person good'"graphles Garden. 4 ,
Hollywood, We have another, new pupil,
Beam -
are not dry unlnter- Margaret Anna:
Ann Wilt. We are glad to have
ting "stuff." A i California. Mathews-Berlin aftera In our "modern" times people her and we hope that she will

This may sound .like an. awfulnon Marjorie speak as soon a* an Idea strike like B. H. S.
of R., 'A. F. planes
who doesn't exist, but 'squadron them forgetting that someone Joyce Moore. a a a
1 't t ta
leave. "have the floor. '
OBe aren't all the requirements else may already t ,
Blanding ,
r an ideal student. He must{be Margaret Sapp-Camp Does it amend the situation one 6-K

Crested in things: which go onound after all the soldiers leave. says "pardon me," 0 r "excuse 1 We have been studying about

him-:lq] >'sports, in class los NEWS "excuse me"? i the Romans In our History Theyare

tlvitles.\ Always willing to help Here It is the beginning of the very Interesting. ..

ease others',' he make/& goodmpanlon third month of school and everyone Dear :Mary: The pupils gave Miss Kennedya w .. I

fgrWen. *-' is still happy. The rudest person on the earthIs candy, fruit, and flower shower I,
since Jdeaislflon't ambition T the Interrupter. It I* Impolite <<
cost any- Do you have an h Monday. ,. 1
Uif I might as well tell,you the Surely i everyone must. Here are to interrupt the speaker'wit"pardon Miss Kennedy, teacher. 4 ;.
* but> both neaCVlth: ; ambition else (although I admit at timesIt I' '
must',be; tion. What la your greatest r '
ir "* Place and --clothes clean. 1Leonard Is the only possible way. to geta Third grade Mar ;i'4 '" 'J

bove au he or she should alwaysve Peek- To yell like word In edgewise). .t {
In olden times families could Our girls and boys have been ,
a ,
smile for friends or
rangers ready Tarzan. Martin-To make all discuss music, politics, etc., with- very busy preparing an "Indian j ) 4i '
Phyllis i out being Interrupted each listenIng Exhibit" for the fair, The girls I t
\\It but not least, the Ideal A'* In my subjects. to the other. Why can't weT and some of the boys have made ifFt.
football -
lIIIent l i I. an Ideal American. He Arnold Wasdln-To coach bead and painted them. We are -
Yes in his country, loves It; at West Point, (some Fifth Grade News very proud of them. The boys '

,d Isn't ashamed to admit It. tion eh what?) -To dance like have made clay bowls, pipes, .. 1J
Ihiels Betty Woodson Clark made a small pitchers and other utensil I .\ 1
my idea of Ideal stu- arable. iJ Jj
Betty "Lincoln MemorIal" An Indian girl's dress Is beingfinished.
nt' Do that was model of the
toe ? football game
you the mark What a
Come see our
think that It Is very good .
We appreciated We all
By Majorle Grider. last Friday night Lincoin. Mrs. Biggs, third grade.
the large crowd. It en- although It does not have a t ,.{ I
We have five nice new -
unior Class News couraged our boys to see a large RULED INDEX CAKD3- 5Jt Jf
and know that books.
We attending crowd behind them.It We are studying a new groupof per M-BRADFORD COUNTY 1'e'
are standing
grateful to Shirley CoIl they are are the Southern TELKOBAPH.I .
defeatedbut state They
for her bad we were
help and cooperation was \ I
kiting candy at the football we can't win every to time.have a I States.We made Hallowe'en pictures I When you're doing your bit '

55. She.. a credit to the We are very-happy decorate Starke. We also I SET THE PACEIN
lIII\or\ C1aae.My new pupil, Billy\ Colson from to help
We hope made some Hallowe'en picture RACE on Job, and turn to
r It's a mad rush In the typ- Trenton in our attending room. B. H. s. to decorate our room. THE QUALITY D! any pause
room each Friday. Its all he will enjoy Mrs. Brown witha .
V e Dot Faxon, reporter We surprised / '
juniors refreshment out of the :
can do to hand In our Handkerchief Shower Thursday. ) right : :

gets on time. But from all She received many pretty ones.

POrt thll,, the grades weren't so Sixth Grade NewsWe Patsy Dew., reporter. bottle,-Ice-cold Coca-Cola. A i 'i ;

month. There were sev- r 'il,
l teacher
A's and quite a few B'*. enjoyed giving our Grade NewsSay ,
Alnon those celebrating their a handkerchief s h o wer Friday, Eighth moment for Ice-cold Coca-Cola .

teenth birthdays are Lois New- which was quite a surprise to her I wonder why Wills Jean
DIe, Minnie Lee PrIngle, and She received a. great many pretty wasn't at the game Friday night? Is a little minute long enough I It-V\

ie >Flynn. n surely feels gifts. la running out on "
> have made a Looks like she ,
areo"be able to bout that Edwin and Earl 4'I.1Fraw4a. Y- n
'111 Australia. Theirs Is much 5 for a big rest. )
t .sixteen" doesn'tClarice map of text. us.It seems like everyone at school
folks one In our ,
Thomas cele- larger red t h e favorite color J
Hallow like ; ,
ed a birthday too. 'nut she We' had lots of fun'of making cats pumpkins1 around B. H. 8. You trust its quality i1 f,
Mother before drawlnp
year to grow tbeBSxtothe Wllla J..n Malone and Bernice ii!
eu owl.*. etc. W. Cave -.We-ecff. I
botating. .Anyway. seen In Lake Butler
1 mot them Legion Center for decoration McMillan were Iitt.d NEW baoid.t. eon.a tOTTtIO UNOIS AUTNOSIT Of INS OCA.COIA COMPANY" i : .' I,
many happy. re. Saturday night.Bernice. .nine donfte d bA M Ide.e to .m".Minj '
the day. purposes. McMillan ... bek.l,," rnI.nloidr
Idalou Ba rbara Jean Bobbin, reporter. .. '" a Il.L STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. i
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SOCIETY CLUBS most ardent movie fans: Judy was the aubject Of *a review by MALMBURG-CUNN1N4UAM More Teachers

I and I! Green an' Barbara Keen Mrs. I* A, Davis Of interest here Is the marriageof Added

i They never miss a show Un- Mr*. A, !L. A dklns.! circle chairman Miss Blanche Cunningham of At B, H, 5.
nerstand Bill an ''Alice Graham
conducted the business session Sanford and Harold Malmborg, Three
BILCOXMKRSEREAUA1ARRIAGK NANCY LEE D. ('. IIHAKS REPORT will soon occupy the "doll house"in teachers are
and Mrs. C. O. Malm- added IItI
of Mr.
son to
IS ANNOUNCEDMr. CELEBRATES STATE CONVENTIONPlace the Alvarez back yard and. after roll call and read- the faculty 0. 8s
of DeLand which took
borg placeat County High
the minutes by the secretary, School -.
Ing and ?
and Mrs. T. A. Mersereau Nancy Lee Knight of meeting for the W. T. Mrs. I. P. 9 o'clock, Sunday morning tary school as the resUllell!(
Muni be true Ie ,,: Junntc Park the circle treasurer
announce the marriage of their Col. and Mrs. It V. Chapter U. D. C. on Wed- looked after the financial October 5, in the First Baptist [creasing attendance '<
rish got at 5:30( a. m. tofher Shepherd Tbll
daughter Florence Eugenia to brated her eighth afternoon was at the up of the meeting. Church at Sanford. total Is 978 students< InYtt:
to to hero. part a
morning ware
Henry Patrick Silcox, on Tuesday i niversary on, of Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and a. o. Jimmy goodbye as he left Among other business receiving Mrs. Malmborg: has many of 136 over last yearC
October 7, In Lake City. and invited 23 Hostesses were Mrs. AdkIns via tan for Carolina maneuvers attention Mrs. L. A. Davis moved friends !In Starke having: visited ment of 842.

Mr*. Sllcox is a graduate of merry with her. Miss Olive Ray. Choice pot new oil here on numerous occasions with The new
.. The train was two hours late that the Society buy a teasers are
B. H. S., class of 1940. She ha The Hallowe'en plants were used for decora coming thru but Junnie stuck It heater for the parsonage living her mother the former Miss Fan- Mrs. Gladys ChrlatoPb

recently been employed the of and orange were in the living room where: 'the Mrs. Blair seconded the nie Klckllter, who was born and Cleveland, Miss
out, and at least tone kbakllad left room; Who
flees of County,, Judge E. K. the decorations and were seated. Blending with a sweet memoryof motion and It was carried unsnImously. > reared In, Starke. a section of the first! wiD

Ferryman. ments and favor. The president, Mrs Cteorge 'W. his last glimpse: ,of Starke .. Mr. and Mrs. Malmborg will Mrs J. w. Brownlee CJt gsda

Mr. Silcox la the eldest son of novelties were ., presided. over the: meet-. Incidentally; :the fouatainettes at After the meeting adjourned, make their home in DeLand, who will teach a section 84

J. L. .Sllcox and the late Mrs. Sll the' children. much which waa opened with :a. Koch'a have a new>)'theme song Mrs. Powell served her guests where Mr. Malmborg Is employedIn second grade, of t

cox. $W was graduated from B. light. Presenting &) 'by 'the chaplain Mrs.. A. .. Hum it all day long. \ with delicious. hot chocolate and the postoffice department. Mrs. O..pha. Ingwalaoa

H, 8. .in 1931 and la now employed games and .. Darby.' The secretary Miss. "Just A Little Bit South of North tea cakes. Among: the out-of-town guests Gainesville, Who will teach ,
amusement until' t
at Camp Blandlng. :MIddleton, "bete? ( Carolina" ... Everyone 'of the at the wedding ceremony was emetics and science In lilt

Mr. and >Mrs. Sllcox, are at were where Invited the into !the Olive Ray acted as I&bRAt'1 comely crew Is either married or Circle Number Three Mrs. E. M, Thomas of Starke, an High. j '

home to friend. In the'Hamrick cake 'centered the y 'pr tem. The retiring engaged to a,-soljer. Mrs. Juniua :M.. .Smith entertained aunt of the. bride. With these three addition

;Apartments on South Walnut St. Mrs. E. K. -' CIrcle' Number 3 at herhomf' total number of teaches: la't t

Knight was assisted I annual report and turned over Rnth on East Madison ,St.. In ROYAL, SERVICE PROGRAM Starke school will be t
Hear ten Clark U the
cream and can to 3t-larr,
BUSINESS MEETING HELD her daughter' Miss 'books to Cho newly elected proudest gal In town Hubby the absence of the circle chairman ENJOYEDMONDAY, number ever employed hers
Mrs. 1. f. The
'Cody. Mrs. L. D. Vining. the meeting -
JIY.BAP'nST W. M. 8.
Dan at will become
now Ft. Bill -
and Miss
Knight read a letter (of thanks was conducted by Mrs. J. R. The Royal Service Program of
The regular monthly business The young guests Mrs.. Jeanette C.''Young for a 2nd Loole nex' Tuesday Wainwright.Soon the Baptist W. :M. S. was held Ready

meeting of the Baptist W. M. S. lyn Edwards. presented To 'the Starke Plans for the new W. B. at the Church Monday afternoon For Rent !
after the arrival of the Complaint
Janet Harrefl. Wear home really promise something '
was held at the Church on Mon- Mary October 20. The program was in
stunnin' for Starke guests, the hostess served coffee,
day afternoon October 27, with son H. V. Knight. Mrs.. Hal "Edwards gave, an In charge of Circle No. 4, Mrs H. L. Mrs L. M. Wlmberly i
salad and cake. IeCftt
Kldd Jimmy Bullock back in town aftera
23 members and Mrs. A. M. in, Ceorge of the state Hough leader and was directedby of the local Fair Rent
report con
brief turn !in 8.- C. Joe \iudglna CCJI1I1JU) !
Paul led the devotional
h Levy Canova. Jr.
Darby President !In attendance.Mrs. held in Tallahassee in Mrs. R. L. Kemp and Mrs. E. announces that the 11"complaInt"
Emma Jane Canova, Robin back from baskln' on the !service and later talkedon
Darby conducted the devotional which was presided over Lawson. members of the Program blanks have
;Madeline Williams beach at Miami ", Jack Hicksof the subject of what is being calved' beta
reading part of the 37th Committee. and any
Mra. tenant
by L. A. Davis
Jimmy Weldon. 1a ; D .!l/li./ Texas Is new rep. for done for the migrants in South he t th
Psalm; prayer was offered by -of the Florida Division. Mrs. T. K. Sr. 3rd is being charged
McClane. ,
an m
Jr. Bon Art Studios .. Ann Cock-
ti Margaret Rose t Florida. Mrs. Charles Darby reviewed -
:Mrs. R. A. Thomas. the lilghllghts of the con field Vice-President of the W, M. S. rental may obtain a blank it
ence Brown Marcus has deserted Starke for the an article from the World
Minutes of last meeting were on was an address by Coy led the devotional reading a part committee's headquarters In i
Adelma Clark., less-green pastures of G'vllle Outlook which told of a missionary's -
read by Mrs. H. L Hough. Secretary Dottle Sue Holland; the State pledged Unnerstand Arlene. Dew is known of the 37th Psalm; prayer was armory. .
Bigga, I experience In' China when ,
: and accepted; Treasurer's Llghtfoot Sandra to help with a South Amer in some circles as Miss Icicle hla home was bombed., offered by Mrs R. A. Thomas. A formal complaint on out I
report was read by Mrs. O. W. scholarship to promote good the prescribed blanks Is necew/
I wondet, The for discussion
u Lamar Johns.WOMAN'S why)? After the business session the subject at before
Alderman, treasurer and approved ; 'and the local chapter this time was Mission Work'and the. committee can take|
meeting was Closed with
; Mrs. Alderman also read her $5 as a reward for giv prayer case under consideration
CLUB Ann Kaoffman (Ann d: Har.ry'a by Mrs. B. M. Montgomery.ALL Needs of Missions In South of
Annual report which showed the largest number of books

splendid work In the W. :M S.durin& Wednesday The Woman's I school and. public library.Mrs. her ) birthday had a pleasant las' Friday surprise. .on. .t America reviewed;,which by, Mrs.subject Kemp wu Mrs ably E:, P,:Duncan Diet

the past year. Adkins :and Miss Ray as Lawson Mrs. Gallant and Mrs.
big defense BAPTIST'
-" bond from hubby CIRCLES
Offering, 400. 3:30: o'clock, In the by ::Mrs. Fred Guy served Emetine E. P, Duncan, who for ,
Miss Evelyn' Harry and presented to her by HELD MEETINGS THIS ,WEEK Morgan. Prayer was of
Circle reports were then'given 'the business Stump tempting salad course with hot genial 'Maj. -(Provost Marshal) fered by Mrs., A. E. ,LIghtfoot. 25 years was cashier of the L
"which sbowed Interest anel work' Miller..who was dining there after Circle Number Four: at.the BenedIction' was sentence ford County Bank at Starke i

Mra H prayer
C. Rltcb
Baptist W,M.,S. met Monday afternoon .' Wednesday. October,2a .
the the total '
during month grand the : closed
Hallowe'en1'parade Mrs.
'I ucatkm will nave at guestof by Llgh 1100t.
offerings for the four Circles being The WOMAN'S CLUB the C. of c.' r'; Ikl (Mrs. November.3, with ,Mrs. L. home in Miami While living tl

:as follows Pledges to $100.- program. guest J. W.) Brownlee arrives this G. Gallant with ten members'and PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY with his family he was one of[
be the Rev. O. C.
000 Club, $1165; White Cross, The Junior Woman's Club will week-end from Fort Sill, Okla. Mrs. Darby W. :M. S. president. leading citizens, a member II

12,80; general, 4.30;' assoclatlonal 'Hostesses: :Mrs. Wednesday night Nov. 12, and will Join the faculty of B. .present. The Ladles Auxiliary of the Methodist church and Mthil
worthy, .Mrs.' W D. .
the club house.
The hostesses civic affairs.
apportionment 60c. Jr., Mrs.... W. H.: S. Capt. Brownlee la on I The meeting' was opened with Presbyterian. Church wilt meet
be Mra. :J. R. Wainwright' Mr Duncan left
'N> It Was moved and carried that A. Lewis Mrs. A. the' high seas, headed for duty I prayer' by Mr. Darby and the Tuesday afternoon at o'clock at Starke In l
Fred Ouy, Mrs. W. H. Gra the home of Mrs. William Norris to engage In work for the I Idential
the Royal Service Program beheld Mrs. Arthur McRae.: in Trinidad '.' : devotional 'was Incorporated in : ,
on the third Monday,, in each and Miss Lucile Kennedy. i "The Beautiful Garden of the Miss Lucile Mitchell announced" Life Insurance Co

\month and the business World" Mrs. which Wednesday, he became one of t the S
: meeting e Mike (SuHlow's ; Store by Gallant
Army )
!'en the fourth hereafter the introduction to the bank auditors; In 1926 he weal
'Monday Mill's studyof
I and not combine the two meet- J dog "Sarge" packln' his the' W.' M. U. i Miami,where he was employ!
Carolyn raincoat an* overcoat 'tother day Year Book, to Lawtey Baptist, I
the I
iJ Bank of
of !
''lags as heretofore. ; gettln ready, to leave for Caro- be taught by1! the Circle :Missionary I Bay BJcayne.I

t' *Mrs. T. K. McClane Sr; Young, lina maneuvers, .i'. Some of hlwellmeanln& 'Study Chairman Mrs. Gallant Starting Monday Nov 17, 'an I falling several health.yean past He he Is has survived beal

at each meeting of Circle continuing through the 22 n,d [
.People's Leader gave her report gal have '
Itrltnda bis and'one
which showed wonderful, progress. ,t Well,..folks'., ., ,. ; and J. t decorated Sarge'S' : 'duds with er- Four until the study course Is Harry W. Giles. of 'Jacksonvillewill daughter.

:'of the young people. Their combined Pluvious esn'tcan C"S t at, .worth grant chevrons,: ti'.Audrey Arm completed., ,present "Bible! Prophecy Fug

'I offerings'' for the -month. Week, does: her ;<.,.:. 'those.tandln') present on the..g,sidelines..,Irma strong and,Abbl*, NewBome seenfrequently :Mrs. H. 'L. Hough,. Leader, filled" in.) color,and motion pictures Thomas.Improving
'showed the following': 100,000 t turn on the.hose of late in the company, t briefly'reviewed: the 'Foreiga Mission at, the ,L a w t e y' Baptist
hllub pledge' ? $3.00; generalcol all set for a > doubtless. wqndertn', If ;the .of,Jthakl,. ,; ;?) 1 erayhM' 'that Study 'Book'"'These Things Church 'every evening atV7:30 o' MaUoryThomas' ; who was
lection $lJ5Sn. oT knew, t h e,y .were ; clock. The pastor of the church, 19,:"the" St.. Vincent Hospltil|
Week ; Prayer: candy..an/ ,ferris loon) ;.. !rtereiiAg4InJ: s.y. Remain" which! is to be reviewed
-' celebrah,. }er,birthday : the Bey. Forbe. ':&:.I' Jacksonville five weeks ago ]
Mrs. asked
$7.1o. ;;McOUn for weather so far this mtvttr yagcb29W secopefa, Novem.be 13th at the Church *, I
ti. literature tor the young ''peopleand mike ales Donald :'ftlnr_ >A- lad' :'t tin'( ffomV bye 1" a weekSeirtf\ In an..all-day stddy. 'A covered dish a cordial InyUatlot ,tlf.e. riesdky' ) with blood poison of!
home.PSut'dbeer: Jax9-. V ;Mdfj(3NIbWi1lia)6ieliriQ( : J- luncheonvlwin. .b4Trved atrthlstime. public. to attendo't eye''and compilation
it was ordered: .that treasurer ; ;Hear Ben Sternberg has, oopptd < .\ ;. Mra. Thomas "
:" !' .the.'aIIOS'lblllty'' : eyed over,the, niatfeuverMeparturn .. -I-JT! ,i *. j Mr. Ful :: B6ibuncer-ni, [ *ft t- improving. .
.1 pay Mrs.. >tcfjlane'5.00'for'Tivempgaslne : Sound'U : ". i.Congratulations 1 eid1f. J' VU No '"""" ...
*' mUbt.be"' tdover f ed''Ibat':'ined.*weKma!ct,, this week .1 lowlng p : ..Ienlcea.fol'Suaday
Mrs. James
., ; .According-to.reports,'Col.- DI ": :Unnerslari1twot. '. : ;i. ,Lewis, treasurer, gramo*, f. ,- serious part of it," l die said.
h mmin'
Knight had .the biggest .time B. reacfbet''ieport which was accept: ,"He 'has already lived to
It was moved and carried thatl all at granddaughter'Nan y.. It. Shea skipped school' tother ed. Offerrags' were :as followsPledgee : Sunday: morning at, 11 .a. m., than other 'patient we i

,the' Society aen4 .$10.00 ,to.Bap Overheard afternoon and hied,to d'vllle. .. $8.00; general $1.19 sermort subject, "God's Guaran any "
two !Iu' ;
: : tlst Orphanage as Its furnishing party ?week .:* had, 'with,,.a diseaselike'
p&rtII Visited
thing discussln' one .:such a hit with'thAt' youngs- the Nightengale y t White Crow, 35c.' Report, on tee! Mrs. Thomas quoted the i

the roomin the, hew.. dor-: era'at, the.football. ,,, they .followed him! "like' the found to their dismay 'twas Bible readings showed thr'ee Suhday"lverJng'7:80; :: .p.. ta.,:the as saying. They even went soas
ttUory to :
assigned the Starke closed
1' Society., day night .. ,, & Piper when 'he. started'' 'to : f though O. 8. books, twenty-four 'Cbaptiraern'es 09 popular Evangelistic'ServiceSer-1! : to say that If he ever irt
K. M.
would know
on the field'sald' "?'.,' Corporal Bill ),Miner better thango' nor; subject: -"The ., Publican'sPrayer. of 'the' hospital, he would be
.Upon. resignation of Mrs. H. A. lass, "but When' It doing a stint with tie V.8. | nightclubbMg' in midafter"noon Ordered that 'Circle pay Mrs. .": Special music:by 'MissGathering only such patient In the TO

Lawson u Leader of Circle No. 3, I he's so dumb he ., took first place la the t Lawson, Sunbeam Leader '$1.2$ Young.Wednesday .. > Statesto recover. In spite

her co-leader Mrs. Q. W. Alderman something a football : shots timed fire" In recent to pay for literature for the Sun will that fact Mrs. Thomas bss r
was named Leader and Mrs.J. when Morris Anderson an' Winton beams. The prayer
he gets hit In West Coast pistol matches meeting was closed
be held at him.
7:30 with Bible hope for
p., m.
M. Brownlee volunteered her I. Hall spent In by sentence
'Feminine- Tuesday
< i' hearts at St. .- Tally en- prayers.
study by .J. T. :
)services as co-leader which offer Pete Qulgley.
the Joyin' a little
!over place when, get-together at the After all business was taken Paper Late
",. !gratefully, accepted. I went down for the In the'mail bag: Ruth (Stern- Cotton Club while there Winton care of the hostess assisted,by

"':ALL-DAY STUDY ; a light .'. But you ) Scanlan postcards that she left yesterday to'start work her little daughter Elaine Gallant 'Thanks, M* P.'s Your Telegraph will ]pro

PLANNED 'good man down. Jack' have taken up their |In a St. Augustine druggery served an attractive and de reach you somewhat ht
.I'' _, In George Hill swooped around the W. E. "police officerwho week as the reault of I
There will be an all-day Mission Marlon. Ill 4 a Seems IIghtful',Ice course, .carrying! :out had
r. charge of traffic on Hallowe'en
central state newspaper
study of the book "TheseThings Street dosee-, finished the power plant part of 'the a coupla the Hallowe'en Idea. .. part on '+our
Milan days las' week Talk about night, desires publicly which caused a'delay of i
and have The'Circle
started wilt
meet in
Remain" held at the Baptist was ver'! ver; gay ,on a December thank the.MP's and Road -
r Church on Thursday. November -,. both the "round" new defense project alphabet soup! By the time the with 'Mrs. James "Le'l1ll. ,. who rendered Invaluable'ale Patrolmen ti hours.MANUSCRIPT. _

13th. A covered-dish luncheon dancers havin their ', :Mae Norman writes from frolicking fe.mmea. of Starke.get Circle Number Three of the In taking ca.re of the traffic -COYL81per

will be served.SAEAFFER'S Tireless DeWltfJones : : "I always read, 'your' around to alf' recreation unitsthey'll Baptist,W, M. S. held its regular congestion JO ,

"It Ideal muter-ot..c. I'e first" Thanks for the have visited the YMCA business and social meeting, Monday Yrlday"nll'ht.'". ') ,100_BBADFOKDTELEGRAPH. (

SHKIP INK spite of the fact words sister. Onghta USO, JWB-USO; NCCS-USO. to afternoon at the home1 of :n .. ; : __

ft*. 91, Qts. $1.7O; -BRADFORD day from Miami jus' me rate a raise Pat Pat- say,nothing. of the WPA Legion' Mra. A. O. Andrea, with. twelve C...Of. Meeting' .

COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: In time for the fun la convinced a high f! 'claM Center Sounds like a terrible mllDbers''pment] .- "- I.; DR. LEMUEL COLSO!)

club is a natural for this waste of letters, but It's an awful At this meeting the civil The Chamber of Commerce will

and will soon launch an lot of fun t.Says.: meet. la Its-offices.-at: : 1,2 '. East DENTISTOFFIGB -
your.Carolyn. pledged $:5.00 on the $100,000 Club ,
II I venture In the spot vacated Mra P. M. Barefoot was 'appointed Call street tonight: Friday- ). at ntc.uz.BtAiiibNs

the Ill-fated Belvedere Club MbMlon 7:30 o'clock George Manasss, mDG.
Study Chairman.
1 INTERESTING DISCUSSIONS President announced Tuesday, All ., .' .- -
I 1I : I AT W.. S. C. S. MEETINGS The-, hostess 'assleted' by MinHannah members are urged to be present '

Personable Personalities 'Swlnd611:and:. __Mrt. R; (A. :, '. -
you Circles of the Woman's Society newsome, served delightful.' refreshments .' .

11'a," O ):know Vivacious((1f you dancing-eyed don't al of Christian Service met Monday of wafers and- punch.Circle ':BOREE,;FUN R UijOME; ,

afternoon and held profitable ses No. 2 of the Baptist w: LlfS:
Kelly ( t FULL
e a y. at J.' E. dons Mrs. E. K. 'Perryman LINE UNDfeRTXKERS'i
FLA ) Friendly dimlnul- was :M. U. met Monday afternoon at

Marcia (Home EC.) Spark- hostess to Circle Number One and the home of :Mrs. T. B. Harding PROMPT AND COURTEOU'au S RVICE

vases and bowls .of white star with seven members *'
Demure well-dressed present. The f v-T' -
PROGRAM WEEK!: BEGINNING NOV. 9, Leonard Pert, clever Jessamine home. were USed to decoratethe devotional was led by Mr R. A. .Phone 134. ,Starke

cute Thomas with "Prayer" as the
Faye Peterson
Sunday Monday-Nov. 9-10 Mrs. A. Wood conducted the topic.
all teachers Reports were read from
staying" at Mrs. '
"MOONLIGHT IN devotional service.
HAWAII"Jane and
talked officers and
.) committee chairmen.The .
Fraxee The Merry Mac., Leon Enrol Mtscha Mary Campbell Popular(stays an'a confidence Personal Service Chairman Have You Tried Our Golden FriedChicken

Comedy News Cartoon reported that the work for Steak
) Kindly. Irish an' burn reviewed!an article from the tober had Oc- and Genuine Western
Father Murphy of new St. consisted of calling of -
Tuesday-Nov. 11 DOUBLE
FEATURE World Outlook -
which told of the
,. members who do not
Catholic attend meeting
No. 1-"SAN ANTONIO ROSE" Haw Church views of 25: young people on then regularly. Sixteen calls had .WE INVITE 'YOU TO OUR

With Jane Frazee and Phillips subject of ,, PLACE. GUARANTEE,
Robert Paige .'. Jolly; versatile Mac "'ar. :Mrs. Titus been mad. The work program for WE'LL '

No.2uCRACKED NUTS" at the T, (can do any Olson reviewed an article on the November will consist of collectIng ,TO SATISFY ANY' HUNGRY:
I With Stuart Edwin present condition of Methodist '
and Una Marfcel from shakln' up a malted In colleges magazines and books for the PERSON '
Cartoon in China The business session
Comedy canteen to decoratln' for a men Camp Blending

) Blandlnglte' Cliff was conducted.by the circle A donation was made for the ... 1's fsn
Wednesday Thursday-Nov. 12, 13 chairman; after which the hostess
1 (stays at T. T. Longs) Circle's share In
furnishing the ,
1 "THE BIG STORE"With served sherbert and cup cakes. new ANN & HARRY'S' I r
rooms at
The Marx Brothers and Tony Martin CIJ'delumber- Two. The orphanage. Ml W. Call St. Near CourthouseANNOUNCING STill
Unneratand little Barbara Jean .Circle Number Two. meeting closed with prayer
I- Comedy News Air Army met at the .
has a dream of a bed parsonage and was entertained by by Mrs. W. B. Alexander after aruuwuaWwuuwwwwwau. ""' owun.e awW.awiwwiww"wWw.ww + "

Friday Saturday Nov. 14, 15:--DOUBLE 4 Done up In yellow an' Mrs. O. C. PowelL The living which the hostess served cake and

d No. 'THRILLS OF A LIFETIME" chin t a to set off her black room was brightened' by red radiance coffee:

;' '.' With Eleanor Whitney, Johnny Downs hair an' big brown eyes roses attractively arrangedIn Circle No. One of 'the Baptist

P' No. 2-"RIDERS OF TilE SAGE" Card from Margaret Pearce a large green bowl.Mrs. W. M. S. met Monday at the ,

j d With Bob Steel Says she's freecin to death W. E. Middleton conducted home of Mn. A M. Rlcharde at

J Sea Raiders Comedy Cartoon Cedar Rapids, Iowa Hear the devotional service, the State Farm. Ten members The OpeningOF

1., Opperman was soooo em- which was 4' spiritual life lesson were present and two new memo GROCER

''I I, Saturday, Nov. MIDNIGHT: SHOW when she had to receive on faith. Miss Olive Ray read a bers Mrs. W. R. Morse and Mrs. A NEW MODERN

... "HELL'S KITCHEN" with wet h a f r tother short poem urging us to "Look W. E. Purvis, Joined the circle at
I With Dead End Kids Margaret Lindsay Seems she had plan- above on Him to Taut" written this.. time. In A Clean, New Building .

} Cartoon Comedy a nice quiet evenin' at home by Arthur O. Ivey of Jacksonville. Mr .,TU.: ;O. Powell, leaded, conducted P1'

.1i.. e decided rnoment.to wash her hair .'1 Mrs. J. W. White 'told the story the devotional after;whlch .GIVE _US' A TRIAL WE ARE SURE TO
of a missionary In'Ch,ng who narrowly the usual business was traeaa t.d.
Hear The Magic VoIcrReA Ntuf. happen but company ar escaped being bombed: "No During, the" social hour, -thicken ,,- ,
Uving in
a big way! 4 Oh well., Spiritual Blackout for the stu aalad., hot biscuits and coffee

Carole Lombard got away with It dents In Algiers" was reviewed by were served. Tj GROCERY '

in a recent movie eo' why Mr*. William Blair; and "LI .ra. The next wQl THE WH1DDEN...
shouldn't Fran .' Two of oar lure and meeting Whe1d ':tI at
Opportunity AfrIca" With Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot. I 'Wlnkkr Building '_ 222 Tempi ,,\fell


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I: ,t NOV 7' 1941 9


.-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I IL. Recent Bride Pecan AuctionAt William Uowllnic.HowlInK;, H.J.IJ. Oowtlns H.<-. DuwllnK Hrown a. m W..JoxephVf. I H.H. I "

Market HereThe Edwards., H a tile Dow HUB,
'' W. M Edwards: Florida L.an '
bet Olson spent Tuesday Mrs. W. H. Nollman and sister Mrs J. M. Brownlee pent Tues ',;";I, :,"/ .'n'rgtr..', .3o first pecan auction of the FloridaI 1 tmmlKratlon'he Florida Company R a 1 1 I-of \ I

, Blue Mrs. T. W Oliver, spent" Friday day in Jacksonville d; .' .:'j'O 'j\ ,. season will be held at the Starke rond Company. a, corporation, If I I
"e'' livingHnd I If either oC them be ,
In Jacksonville.Mr. \-". Farmer Market on Friday Nov. dead all: iiartlea claiming Interest ,
Cowdrey spent last Mrs. Tillman A 14, according to an announcementthis under any Much deeeaned. or otherwise 1
O Is .
dl,1y spending In
and to the land. hereinafter
IB iac'ksonville. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent the week-end with her mother week by J. B. Gardner man- .......rlb... and to all unknown- ,
the week-end In Fernandina with Mrs. Mable ; ager. Sales will be conducted by .pernunii. ..ht.lmlnl&I any right titleor :
Denmark In Jacksonville Interest. In said land which
J .nd Mri. E. l* Williams Mrs. Mary Davis. : an experienced auctioneer' it was land are xltuated. I In Bradford! \ ff

f Saturday in Jacksonville. : announced. County follow Florida, and described as 11 J

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. :Mrs. J, M. I Mr. Gardner states that there n..ln at N. VS. Corner of the ;'' 1'. i
L Jacksonville son were visiting in Jasper and Mitchell and Miss Lucile HKV: : o* the 8KV1 of "HW'i of Heo- i
Mitchell "
r F lY eUidh.r. with i Olustee last week-end. will be "plenty of buyer on the tlon tl I. Township Houth Itance ? ta, ,
the % pent Tuesday with friends Inisdlson. 12 Kaet. thence run North 88 deKriie > :
toe platform and. in view of the shol.tcrop. lit minute Went. along! lan \i'

, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Finley of a t prices should be the boat line head 147.80 feet to RW of Stall F
Net.3.. thence run "Moutl "
,Jt Floyd Green and daugh- Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips and daughter In recent year IT devreea 17 minute Went. atone ., _I'
I HW line of Mtate, Hoad 11 .
lug No.
Tuesday in Mrs. Dave Woodard
spent Sunday. Suellen, and Miss 1
volyn. Sara Bare- ISO feet, thence run Mouth III. '"
ivIUe. oo t?spent Saturday afternoon In IM: TMR rOVNTY JI'lHiM'tJ COVHTKOM degrees SI minute* Ea.t 1J1.6J '
1 Mrs. Carl. Floreus of Jacksonville Jacksonville. '.1 "H.'UI"URU0 V! .'II'T V, feet to the. land line, thence run I '
1f. KI.OHIII4.. North 0 decree in minute Westalone \ ;
f.. sponholtz of Jacksonville. was here Sunday visiting This IK to notify all to xvhom It land line110 feet to point ;' ,
visitor here over her mother, Mrs. II. H. Young. may concern that on the sth day o( 'f beginningall In Hectlon' It :
business Friends of Mrs. K. G. Duncan December. A. U. 1141. I will apply Twp. S Mouth' Rf.. It last
end. will to U'. rnunty Judge of Hradforri Bradford County Florida., .
eek- ; regret to learn that she has
1, I Mr: T. T. .Long and son. Tom, been County Florid,. to ,.ll. at private YOU AND :KACH OF YOU whether ::,I
ItIZ i and Mrs. will confined to her home this 1... aale, ail th. Interest. of llllly Fin. known or unknown are hereby: notified r
E. A. Ritter, Mr. spend ...week-end In week due' to illness. ly Harold Flnley and Roland Fin that a putt. ha. been brought
u and son Junior of Baconton Ga., visiting relatives. z11 ley In and to the following; d.. akalnnt. you In the Circuit Court
Bitter srrlhed land..* In Bradford County of Bradford County. Florida, In
u are visiting Mr. and Mr Mrs. L. A. Davis left Tuesday y b1' en Florida to-wlt: Chancery, case No. till, by Und- ,"I If+ 1
Hutto. Mrs E. A. Rltter Mrs. George B. Fl.."JUand for Los (.'umm. no I n a Two Hundred ally Urlffla and Ruby Orlffl a* t
Angeles, CaLL where she Twenty. tS2p> feel. from northwest. plalntlffH, and In which you an* Q
remain for a two-week' George Flynn Jr., left today for will attend the General Convention forntir. of Northeast. Qunrlrr of each of you are defendant. that
Iwlth her sister, Mrs. Hutto. Atlanta Ga., for a few days' visit of the U. D. C. Northwest Quarter!:... running South. the relief. aoua-ht In this suit. )I* to :
Two Hundred T n (110) fpt. quiet and confirm plaintiff tills ,I'u
Kant to said above described. land .
---- thence Four Hundred Tw nty as aa !
v4 t <420)) fo-t, thence North Two Hundred Indefeanlble fee alniple title and 1 :
Miss Sadie Prince who Is attending 7 Tn (JIO) fret thnr Went. you are hereby. required to appearkiernoniilly '. t'
rib business school in Bowling Four Hundred Twenty (4,0)) feet ( or by attorney) In said
to the plnc, of hviflnnlnK, helna' In Court ami oaun. on December I. ;; I ':
:J"-e Green Ky., spent last weekend Soot Ion .14, Town-hip. liMo u t h, 1V41. or th. allegations of plaintiff1 -' '
n acre here with friends. Kanio la Rant, ccintnlnlnK' about sworn bill of complaint will t
orictci Two Acres more or Ire.. I be taken n* confeMed by The t
Jonephlna Klnley, Guardian Bradford County .I hFr.h ... I.I
Mrs. Charles Schellett who ) 11-T 4t ll-H by designated a* the duly quail-.
fled newspaper. In which this notice
t Healthfully Air-Conditioned has spent the past two weeks shall be published once each ,I i
t otIRn or st'nhtt'ertoV.1N11 / week for four connerutlva.. week ':
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 9THSunday here visiting her '
PROGRAM husband has returned .
.. .. .... ... ... :o.o'ru'IQ..O. AIM'UAUThe lirlor to said return day.
Ml I. II! _I III I .M. MM.J to her home in Ocala. r Note of Florida to: W. N. Witness. my hand and official "
x lenclmm. IT. 1>. Miner Uriah h ,
November 9-10 seal at Mlarke, Bradford County.
Miner Hnrah M. Miner Mary t). '
(Also Mid-Nite November 8)) Mrs. F. H. Long spent the ll-lnc. O. M. ltl..lns-. N. IJ. IU.- "Florida thl I. November Srd. ItfJ ?'':
e man. Edward N. LM.'kernon.. Mary COFFICIAIj HRAt.' ) A. J. Thomit.. .{
"DIVE BOMBER"With first of the week In Jacksonvillewith t'nrolln., IHokeriiiin. M. C. Hlcker-. Clerk of circuit Court. UradfoH "
her son-in-law and daughter on.. M. V. Myer, C. J. I Iluebend County Florida. ,'
Errol Flynn \& Fred McMurrayded ,. Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll. OlUa. Huoband. Hnmuel P. Myern.. I T Frank f.andrum 't j''
fowling Laura
Dowling, Atty for 11.1
Pit 11.7 4t
Week-Cartoon & College Songs
: Dances oft the ....:;..;.J:\ ..r'\N.t\ ,"::

Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday Nov. 11-12-13 Mr.daughter and Mrs.Barbara Marvin Jean Mayhewand are Mrs Earl Holt Johnson who prior to her marriage on Oo- I CLASSIFIED AjSUI") "

f "GREAT GUNS"With pending this week in Arcadia
tober 28 was .Mini* Martha Hrownleo, daughter of Mr. and 1\11'1I. ,
after ----- --- -
looking Interests. -
Laurel & Oliver property -- -
Stan Hardy J. M. UrowjaJre of Starke. : A
dded:' Robison ,Cruso. Jr., and The U. S. Armored FOR BALK::-one mare; gentle. 5-ROOM HOUSE with I 'bath. ,''I J
h Force Miss Virginia Alvarez who Is Will work anywhere. Also one Nicely furnished. Electrically I

t employee Jacksonville, was Mrs Mae Jones of Jacksonville Man Vs. Fish i double and one tingle plow, and equipped. Also 4-room garage (

f day & Saturday Nov. 14-15-DOUBLE FEATURE here, last week visiting her par Is. a guest this week of her sister one saddle. Like new. At bar* apartment nicely fur n Ished.* J

r No.l-"T ANKS A MILLION"With nts. Mr. and .Mrs. Errol Alvarez. Mrs. W. E. Middleton. H. A.. Bishop and Carl Johns gain. Volley F,' Man nine, Apply Box I4B1 er phone 1883, "" I

went fishing over the week-end. Starke. itp Daytona Beach Fla. 11-7 3tp i
1 William Tracy & Elyse Knox Billy Long who is a student at Mrs. E. S. Matthews who ha Mr. Johns borrowed one of Mr. )

No. 2-"DOWN IN. SAN DIEGO"With the University of Florida in been In Orlando with her son-in- Bishop's hook A large grouper I--OR RUNT Varnished apart'I, 1 j
SALE-2 r
& Bonita Granville Gainesville spent the week-end law and daughter Dr. and Mrs broke the line taking the hook FOR,. cut Iron heaters, ment. Lights and water. Hot rand
Ray'McDonald here with his mother Mrs.- F H. H. B. McLendon Is expected to with him. That was ''more than 1 extra large, l''medium.-Dr.M cold bath. Loren.o Green I f !

11d Also Color Rhapsody Long. return home Sunday Mr. Bishop could stand! With, his : B. Herlong Starke. It 1 mile out on prison farm road, : f, : '

'THIS WEEK AT THE fishing clothe. on. he cast his Starke. Itp f

RITZ THEATRE MA and Mrs. R. J. Davis had School SiteDeeded hook on the other side of the FOR 8ALH Improved 63-acre: ,

r as guests 'Sunday Mr., and Mrs boat whereupon the fish not yet farm 'with 12-room house. All WILL RENT OR LEASE to permanent '

a Sunday' & Monday. C. H. Marks of Bunnell and Mr. To: Gov't.At having had enough, took Mr. modern conveniences. A. A. party-furnished 3-bed- t

"THEY MET' IN BOMBAY" and Mrs. Wagner Johnson of a'' recent"meeting" of the Bishop' dare and he brought up Annls. Lawtey.: tf room house with bath, north i''1 i .

With Clark Gable and Rosalind Russell DeLand.Mr. School. Boards resolution was the identical fish that had stolen aide Klngsley Lake near Camp 61 f f!. .I 1 I
Latest Fox News his book. He got his hook back Blandlng. Electric stove Green >
and Mrs, Emmett Rowe passed authorizing deed the body to and all was well. FOR RENT- Two-.tory house Ga hot water and radiator ;;; r

., Tuesday &:. We.dnesday-DOUBLE FEATURE who have lived here In. SUrke "lease and the B. II.order'to S..It.. This is a fish story but a true west side Klngsley Lake. Fur. heat. Servant'quarter. Garage ; ( i '
In 1
to the United State
I o. 1-"ELLERY'QUEEN &,THE .PERFECT CRIME" for the past few .weeks,; have 'onet But the fish had his revenge nlshed mod.rn''equlpment; four bath house, boat. ,Most private .i'' |I 1
s .With. Ralph BellamyN moved to Chiefland, where' they slble have: on"(work alterations began as and soonas additions poa>, even after he was dead! When bedroom; large Irvlngroom; servant location on lake. Available Now M I' t

2.-'JEjTICOAT''' POLITICS"rf, I' will make .their ..home. t" l'' execute Mr. Bishop went to clean him, he quarters; 2-car garage; IS. Reference required. ,Repile'Bfadfegd t' c1 p'
: to ...Id'p'bo to the font..reat : .Z. Adktns.. 1 r'
i Cotmty'T.legrsph. Itt
.WithnW. Higgins Family, > :>, < an. 'inaeelwl p h'ilte'i1tt41\:* -Elates$ .. d sharpened.his knife,doubly'sharp "J ?'Starkei., tfCOTTAOHS '..i,, i I
D Also'-Handsi! -pf!,fDestin and Cartoon. .. >,.< ,' '" ,i Friends c tMrk'"av\v( ; >', phallier' ty .,hive : .tq 1M <."ne,. 1 and11'slipped and whacked' his ... WANTED ,TO BUY maw Jumbcl!
will 'interested; tojferipy..pia: } ; W.tLe? "IT.I S left forefinger 'to the bonel! delivered: at."m.llr. '. '
Friday LE'FEATii1tE' she Is rapidly'improving from he* 4tlfa..a.rrv eft4Q. ... /.. 8ee'A.. f.trtt"J f
.Thursday. &: rfpreaeryatlvel" _" u FUNN18HDD :OH Ann I*,of IJal Edward at Law- i '"
No. -"LAST OF THE DUANES"With this recent week illness In Gainesville and Is with spending her v The Boarchwent>i on r.eord a. Ba ptl,t;:Church I' Lake Santa Fe. 0 mile east'of fey Fla. tf e( j I
& Roberts r Waldo. Electric
light running
George Montgomery : Lynn "
No. Z"ADVENTURESIN WASHINGTON" sister, Mrs. D. C. Jones. ,! c a' approving' plans) for the proposed Services: at the 'Starke Baptist water. Inquir. L. wi.I WANTED-by an old resident of :
B. H. B. addition )a* prepared by: $
With Herbert Marshal &Virginia Bruce ; Mlddleton is In rl arbam Sanford''W., Gobi' archltecjU: : Church. ;. "Sunday' 'will' pay! tribute I Jewelry Co., Gainesville Fla.; Starke, position of 'some kind ? i
Gerald '
Also 'Cartoon:'and' Latest War Headlines to vthe'mem6ry of Veterans 1, of tf where execuUv. ability, wtper- .. \
N. C.,- where be has accepted'aKmitlon Another resolutionwas' passed World War, Xl; will honor men of lence and personality count. ? ,; r;

Saturday-DOUBLE FEATURENo. with a construction company : .- asking the State, School 'Superin the',present 'army,'and will' Inaug Address Edwin Souther,. gen- .-i,;t tl

1-"LAW AND ORDER" doing preliminary wore fora tendent to,,approve: an,amendment I urate'a week of attention"by the Foil RENT-Oarage apartment oral delivery, Starke lip "' f. ;. !

With Jonny Mack Brown proposed training camp., to' the aurrenA.J1 drool budget increasing church, In which the boys' of age. i 2 Also bedrooms a' furnished; water cottage and lights'Mrs: A REWARD will be paid y.,for, Information i

"BOWERY BOY" Charlie Moore district managerof the Teacher Salary 9 to 16, are especially remember'ed. I L. M. Clark. J''J-2 mile out leading to the ..arrestand : '
wilt the
The pastor speak on
With'The..Dead End Kids the Florida Power Light Co., Fund from 170,840 to ;970.609 "Three Generations of Men." fast .Call St. tf conviction of the party or !i i

CHAPTER NO. 13-WHITE EAGLE"NAT left this week for a short va a. an Increase of S9.859. This request partle* who stole my Notary ']' ,
-0. The Royal Ambassadors of the 4'
tlon, most of which he will spend I'ubllo sign. D, E. Jonson. > '
his In Monticello: was made because additional church fed by Mr. Clyde' Priest. FOR RENT-3, 4. or 0-room furnished Starke. :.
with parents teachers are heeded because 'Of Increased will assist In uaburlng for the modern apartment. Good ,

r enrollment. and dally avers. occasion and a cordial welcome Is1 heating arrangements. Also 3- VXK RBUTT Oalvanlced warehouse i
SEZ Nelson Faulkner was visiting: .
: Mr. and Mrs. Ben 'Faulkner and age at B. H. s: Issued to- ,.U American Legion room garage apartment 2 bed near the State Farmers' ; .

The Board increased salaries men who have no Starke church rooms. Mrs L. M. Clark, .! 1.2: Market on Road 13. Apply R.
.It takes fair weather to run afar family this week-end. Mr. Faulk- of B. H. S: Janitor IS 'per month. connection or who are members mile out East Call street; 1 A. Newsome, 333 North Cherry .
Is In the arid U stationed ,
ner. army
but ever .slue our fair of the local Baptist. Church. mile to Road 48. tf street. It f r !
South I
In Caro-
started the weather has been at a..camp Trustees ElectedIn __ __u_____ I
1 ,1 r. anything but fair. ru'.y taint ,, ..
Districts ,
fair what do yon sayT .Mrs W. B. Sewell and' "daughter : .

*, Miss Virginia Sewell, returned According to unofficial reports ,
Got to tee' 'a lot 'of my old farmer, Monday, night 'from Leetburg. the following,persons' were elected .. MRS. .W., B. MUNDY. JR. : .
friends .the last few days. :They where they visited at 'the home of trustees 'of special tax school ; :'v. : :
.: : r >, :
brother-in-law and tf : .
|!(I 'nrant have heard 'about a parking Mr[. SewelTs- ] districts In Tuesday's special election ,,',l N '.,' "i .P 11" :to>it{ ;\,1IIJ. ,..
Mr. and Mrs. J:' D. Cot.trelL ,
dlsrlcts ofcJLcilci''A
sister (Note- aome of the '
: .
Y.t ,
rie oe since the soldier boys left. .. ..r ,,, '. 'l' q'or II,
I ;, hive! not yet reported.) !'; '
Hampton-Claude May Luther :' '. ; ,'.: "i' :-. .
Mrs. J. W. Brownlee and two
Watterton, Lynn Hall. .. ,. n Sa + I
1 children are expected to arrive J ton t
here tomorrow from Plaeville, 8tarke..-K. O. Duncan, 8. A. .. ea.td'J :. / I
La., where Capt. Brownie was Weldon Otis Wiggins. : f
stationed for the past two Law -W.' H. Edwards, Carl ., ,,-- \... .

months Hllliard. M. B. Plummer. Wishes to announce to her many customers ;: .. ,

Vanderbllt Unreported.
Pvt. Elbert'' M. Edwards left ,

Camp BlandlngTuesday for Fort Graham-Unreported. that she will spend next week in Tampa studying :' .
New River--M. L. John, S.' L. I ? 4!
Eustis, Va., where he will trainIn : I
Medical for three Crew., E. Li: Kelly. .

months the and will then go to Porto Hellbronn-Ancil Norman, Freda ,. Permanent Waving and new hair styles.

Rica. He enlisted in the regular Clark and Mr. McCarthy.

Army for three years. Rising-Lonnle Crawford, Tate ; .: 1
Alvarez" B.. M. McRae. under the supervision of Thomas C. Byrd who '

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton, Brooker-H. B. Crosby, C. C. ...I

IxoN of day Jacksonville of Dr. and were Mr*. guests W. E.. Sun-Mid- Melvin, R. E. Hazen. has. studied extensively in New York City. j .MPJ i ;

were accompaniedhome ,
dleton. They

SUES by their daughter Marjorie To Beauty SchoolMrs. Mrs. Mundy :will)] also_ learn to make the"Tooth3 s .r:
Sue Mlddleton who had spent the
W. B. Mundy Jr., of
with her grandparents.Sam '
week-end I
Leila's Beauty Salon, will spendall
curl thus 'aid in defense ,
next week In Tampa studying pick preparing to ,
Sampson left last Saturday .. .. I
permanent waving and new hairstyle
morning for Panama where

he has accepted Government employments .. work which is bringing about a shortage ofhair \

He, along with 40 Mrs. Mundy:; 'will also learn to ,. J

Blanding (In- make the "tooth-pick curl", thus
others from Camp '
$$4.85Hand to aid In defense work
cluding three or four from preparing pins. ,',
Starke) were sent down by the which Ia I bringing about a shortage .1

Constructing Quartermaster to be. of hairpin ....
"heavy equipment operator

Thanksgiving ServiceThe .

H. H. Richards with the charlotte *

(IN. C.) Daily News hah Starke Ministerial Alliancehas ofeila d5eautt4 Salon '

been In Starke for the put few completed plan for Its an- 96

( S onno! :, hSflhlighli ..h hIgh .t y''l. and high day* Visiting his son Jack A. nual Thanksgiving service. The }

of the Sea services will be held at 8 o'clockA. -
.. Richards an employ. ;
vod. the.m Uno hi this high t**** l tookigfl brofl board railroad; and. Mr. Rich- M., November 27, In the Prea- Phone 149 Starke Florida I, i

ards. Mr. Richards took his byterlan C bur cb Rer. G. C. 'it,

daughter-in-law, to Miami Mon Powell pastor of the Methodist

STERNBERG'SIII day. where she win'remain several Church will bring the mesaagewhile .

day a* a CUM her parent the rr. *byt rian choir will ?

*, Mr.._sad Meg. G. K.. Smith\ furnish the, music.


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I.WITH OUR FARMERS *I In Low-Income National Defense Farmer Program Has Important, AlsoThe Place I By VANDERBILT Miss Velma Norman 1 Brooker Brevities t


asked low-Income farmer in Bradford better to assure larger produc- lllsa Velma Norman was hon- By 1\1.... 'KMon Hardy MR. UimiF.s
j Dolph Grlffls works with his situation,. Mr. Griffis was : UO
To county has a place In the tion' from livestock enterprises ored last Saturday night with a Mrs. Oscar OnED
is ?
"Do you think war right BIRTHDAY PARTYLittle Rhine
B. Grlffls his
father John on which he replied: "Well, it Is ow- Farm Defense program announcedby with minimum goals as follows: birthday party given by her parents Miss Shirley Nell Green relatives Saturday eat I

; 120-acre farm at Lawtey. On the ing to how It is brought up. If Secretary of Agriculture WIck- Oats and rye, three acres; hay, Mr and Mrs H. I. Normanat was the honoree at a 'party given honoring hu husband'NIth a ,

: 65 acres which they cultivate, anybody does anything to us, its ard, no less than the large pro- six acres; grain sorghum two their home. The young folks afternoon when her aunt sIxty-seVenth birthday

they raise strawberries, peanuts all right. If we don't get into ducer, it was stated by Edgar H. acres; soil building crops, 30 per- played many outdoor games and Monday Mrs. T. W. Markey, entertainedIn <" ry. Dinner was anal 1
Klueppelberg county farm super- cent of total acreage on farm; then went Into the beautifully large table sprP1d
corn, peas and velvet beans. This the war I don't care who wins. honor of her third birthday.The and
year they have two acres of ber- But if we get in it, I want to be visor of the Farm Security Ad- Improved pastures, one acre. decorated living room to play .several roams were brightly decorated a wonderful time everYone'l'bolt:1:'

ries planted. "We have bad too sure and be on the right side." ministration."No Every family's plan should In- inside games. with fall flowers and Shir- the fun with Mr and 1
matter how small the clude minimum of 100 chickens, were: Mr. Mr .hand
much rain, Mr. GriffIs said Sat- After this the guests gatheredin and Mrs
Nell was greeted by her T.
urday. "It was more of a flood L. H. Austin, a legal resIdent farm" said Mr. Klueppelberg, "it with egg production to be emphasized the dining room and sang friends ley who "Happy BIrth- Evelyn Mr and w,}(

than rain. I had already planted I II of Starke for many years, has can be turned to the purpose of ; cows, two; hogs for "Happy Birthday" to Miss Nor- You.sang" Dukes of Lake Butler MI1. L
to Many
2 I acres of berries 1-2 acre of been during the past three or national defense, which means In market, 8; hogs. for subsistence, man while she was lighting the day were played and favors Mrs. Dave Green. gr,; hir,

English peas and 1-2 acre of gar- four montha visiting' his daughter the 'case of agriculture, the pro- four. candles on the cake. After the: games after which Mri. W. H. Hinton llr, and
given and
away ii
and I believe the rain Mrs. J. A. Smith in Gainesville, duction of more food for ourselves involves blown out the Green and
den pea, friends Every Item In the program candles had been Markey assisted by Shirley Nell's Shirley Nell yr
has ruined them from the looks of and his son, A. R. Austin, in and for our overseas. Increase over the figuresfor guests were served a variety of mother, Mrs. Earl Green, served I Mrs. Ray Green and
Ocala. old residents recall "For every family on the Farm Mr. and Mrs L. childrq
them."I Many the present production. cakes and grape juice. delicious refreshments to those A. GreeD

am going to start back that beginning about 28 years ago Security program have, minimum been established production Klueppelberg pointed out that Then Miss Norman opened her present while Shirley Nell opened : dren, Doris Hodges LucIll4 and

to planting again tomorrow. ,I Mr. Austin served as chief of: goals will be even If a farm is too small to many lovely gifts which were ad- her many lovely gifts. Those! ton and Mary McCauley
and its farm plan or
mean Monday. You k n o W. no police for, Starke for 10 or 12 written for the coming season produce food or feed in amounts mired by everyone. The many I present to enjoy the lovely affair i rose.Mr.
Christian Is going to work on years! He was born In Starke Important to'the national goals, then they
with a view to producing food guests departed saying : were: Jackie Cason, Kenneth' and Mrs
Sunday. I do very little work on nearly 67 years ago. which the Secretary says is needed the little farmer can do his part had enjoyed the party very much Green Jackie Green, Kenneth I daughter were Hugh Raha

Sunday. Nothing except some- Around the first of January Mr. abroad as well as at homa" by raising produce for his own and wishing MIss Norman many Mott, Milton Mott Marsha Kay i Mott Sunday. visiting KrL
times I dig a ditch on Sunday If Austin plans to rent the Volley use, to avoid buying of stocks mere happy birthdays. She was Hazen, Jimmie Hazen, Shirley
one gets stopped up or overflows. McKinney farm five miles west of The minimum production to be that will be necessary for shipment sixteen years old. : Ann Parker Charles Kelley Zonla Miss Mary Mott, MI'8.

I think It is wrong for stores to Starke on the Sampson City road. urged by every FSA family in overseas.As % Sue Harrison, KatherIne Harrell Varnedoe and Miss LubedJ&
open on Sundays. We could do This farm consists of 40 acres, 15 Bradford county will be: a 12- for the cash crops of which Mrs. Ellen Barber and Bone, i Lula Crews, Martha Crews holster were shopping tar.1

that six days Instead of seven. of which I. under cultivation. month garden one-half acre; Irish the has asked Increased Bobble and Jerry, Mrs. J. W. Polk yule Saturday
Secretary Yvonne Mary Jo Green,
"I don't belong to any church "It's a nice place for chickens and! potatoes, one-fourth acre; sweet Knight and daughter, Sandra, and Mrs. J. P. Wilson
Annette Green, of
but believe in the Baptist. Church a dandy place to live," he said potatoes, one-half acre; rice one- production peanuts truck and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning, all I and Billy Bevill of Stanley Gainesville.Green was visiting Mrs Morgan B T1

and read my Bible... Saturday. half acre. tobacco-the .amounts assigned to of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. : man Friday. TJ:

Turning to the present war Mr. Austin is our type of man For feed crops, Increases from the individual small farmer will and Mrs. F, M. Norman this Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb of Carl Keene of Fort MyJ

from the standpoint of our going 50 to 200 percent will be urgedin be calculated according to County weekend.Mr. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and visiting his brother and ZJ

r. after Hitler for all Uncle Sam is every farm plan written, the quotas. I and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and Mrs. T. W. Markey Friday. law. Mr. and Mr,. Jake

I worth! "I'm in favor of capturing I grandson, Jimmie Lee, of Wood-: Mrs James Cason was visiting' over the week-end K

OFFICESUPPLIES Hitler" he said. "If I had Hitler PINE LEVELBy ment at Pine Level last weekendin i lawn, and Mr. Waiter Lee of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. 'I Mr. and Mrs C H .
-dead or alive-I'd be the richest the presence of a large con- Okeechobee, were visiting Mr. and and Mrs. Joe Beville. of Gaines- were week-end )
Mrs.' IL M. McRa guesu of rod
i man In the world." In re- gregation. Mrs. Levy Norman and family ville last week. in Trenton.

i' 'sponse to the question as to who TWO CELEBRATIONSThe Friends of :Miss Delia Crawfordwere Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Barry and Mrs. Johnnie
was going to win the war, he writer feels honored to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Normanof children have moved to Cowart of 81 i,,
grieved to learn of her deathIn Sebring was visiting her
said, "The allies- the United have her birthday celebrated this section spent the week-end parent )Id
where Mr. Barry has employmentat Mrs James MondJMr.
St. Padgett
State will win It. I wish we'd go twice this year. This Is how It Luke's Hospital Saturday. with relatives In Jacksonville.Mrs. ,
another of Uncle Sam's
" Into the war tomorrow," he said. October We wish to extend our sympathy big and Mrs. :M. Victor,]
came about: On Sunday, Bertie Rosier and Mr. and defense projects.
i to all her loved ones. of Gainesville
Mr. Austin doe not mean 26, she Invited her children and Mrs. Ray White of Gainesville were vtaitini
Mr. and Mrs Delma Gassett Mr. and Mra. G. W Hazen and and Mrs. Earl Green
"maybe" with reference to Hitler! to come spent the Sunday
grandchildren were guests of Mr. and Mrs H.
I II Mr. and Mrs. E. J Hazen and
i Mr.
Listen to this record. While he who have several in and Mrs. B. F. Bator
I day. They all came and enjoyed' spent months L. Norman and family Sunday children
himself was never in any war, his the day. Mrs. A. F. Hall made Michigan spent last week with afternoon.F. River Sunday were afternoon.Mr. visiting at. Crystal shopping in Gainesville SaU
morning.Mr. .
father, "Major" Hans Austin was
the birthday cake. The men car- Mrs. Gaa ett'l parents, Mr. and M. Norman of Vanderbiltmade and Mrs., J. W. Thomas and Mrs Dock Tho
in the Spanish-American
war and
ried tables out at noon they
when he was so old that be had had a bountiful spread. Mrs. B. J. Starling. They left a business trip to Lake But- and son, Wayne, were visiting Mr. Jacksonville were vl.8\Unr\

Convenience to set his. age back a few yearsIn Monday Jot Plant City where ler Saturday morning. and Mrs. -C. A. Crosby Sunday. Alice Thomas Sunday.
For Then last Friday she received Levy Norman and Kirby Crews Mrs L. O. Hazen and Mrs. Harold
Sapp of Jn_
order to get In.; His son, A. they will spend the winter. 1
cards from relatives in Jackson of this section
County were business James
The Bradford were shopping; In was visiting his mother,
R. Austin, now Commercial Agent
that several of them Mrs. M 111 Hutchinson of
vUle were a e. visitors to Gainesville Monday. Gainesville .
Thursday morning.Mr. Nora Sapp, last weekend
Increasing tor'the Florida East Coast Rail-
Telegraph la Ever coming out to spend the day and Vanderbilt was visiting her son- Miss Shirley Morgan of Starke and Mrs. Grady Burton Mrs. Rosa Plnholster
U. S. for
Its Stock of way two,, was in and the two months Navy during to her surprise her niece Mrs. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. was the week-end guest of Miss were visiting relatives here Sun Ing Mr. and Mrs Floyd 1 WIn
years in and Raiford.Alvarez
Annie Connors, came pres- Sunday. Velma Norman. day.
World I the Atlan- New River Sunday
Here War crossing
Office Supplies. ented her with a beautiful
tic about, dozen times. '
a day cake.. Another dinner was
Are Some of The Many He has three grandsons from spread, and an hour was enjoyed

Items Now Carried: Gainesville who are doing their with singing. Music was furnished

bit in the present emergency: J. by T. N. Norman, Owen McRae ktSthEVROLETOFI4t

L. Smith, who' has for the past and W. B. Ward. It was a lovely
.Adding Machine Paper ten months been In the Canadian reunion and will be remembered

Carbon Paper Air Force/ 'He has finished his for many years to come. ,
course In Canada and will make a
Manila Clasp Envelopes visit home about the middle of Miss Vesta McRae spent Satur-

November. He can then remainin day night with Mrs. W E. Hall
w Pay Envelopes the United States or return to at Green Cove.

vile"Folders ,Gem Clips Canada. "He likes Canada and Elder W. E. Hall 'of Green Cove

t, Cards the Canadian people," .Mr. Austinsaid. Springs filled his regular appoint-
Ruled "J. ,L'" made the VA11 Southern -
: takes his the next week. I'll take
Ink (Pints ,& Quarts) team In High-School football another load Wednesday," he said. I

Marking Outfits "I had 12,000 berry plants before r
Clothes' been
Eugene Glenn Smith has t.T ,
the raIn he said, "and have
Note Padsf' In the Coast Artillery at Fort
Ruled Legal
set out 15.000 more since it
Crockett Texas for about seven
Manuscript Covers rained. I am thjnklng about setting ; S auf
"' months; while Harold Smith the
out more. I .,usually set out -JPfSrT-'.. .|JJ
of the of Mr and
"f.1, Mimeograph Stencils youngest sons
40.000 or 43,000 every year; but:)
Mrs. J.' A. Smith, has been at a
this year on.account bf the sea
: Mimeograph:\ Paper Fort Bragg, N. C., for 'about
B'll son I won't set out quite so
j Mimeograph Ink seven months, volunteering Into many." i N
the service when 20 years of age.A a
4, Onion Skin Paper fighting crowd-these Austtns "I set out 9,000 cabbage plants,"
I. Pencils and Smiths! continued Mr. Norman, "but lost
8,000 on account of the excessiverain

!i Pencil Sharpeners Levy Norman, who lives in the and am ,going to have to

k Receipt Hooks Vanderbilt section, cultivates 25 set. them over. This Is about all
Duplicate creJ ot a: 40-ucre plot of ground. I am going to plant until next

h. Rubber Bands Saturday afternoon h e brought spring." .

Scotch Tape three bushels of red Porto Ricasweet "It.begins to look like Hitler la NEW CHEVROLET AEku'j'f-.DAN ..

Salespads potatoes to Starke and sold going to win the war:if we don't

Stapling Machines them at $1 per bushel which wasa get into it; but we are already

t "fair price," he said, These are practically in It. and will actually w /Oll
Rubber StampsStenographer
the first he has dug, he said, and enter and win the war," Mr. Nor i Wtt

Note Pads among the first on the market. man said.J. 1 E'

Ribbons He had not had time to dig them SERVICE OF A
Typewriter earlier.He E. Sullivan, who lives three ,

Shipping Tags has already sold a good deal miles toward Theressa near Road

of pork this season, he said, hav- 28, cultivates 15 acres of a 40-
Rim Tags
Metal ing taken 18 dressed hogs to acre farm. He has set 15,000) Distinctive without

O. K. Paper Fasteners Setzer's stores I n Jacksonville, strawberry plants. il1tJ expensive

I where he received 14 l-2c per "I think Starke will continue
Asco Paper pound. He sells all his 1 pork to grow for awhile,'even after the CHEVROLETS

,,' Card File Indexes there, he said. "Alonzo Norman, emergency is over," Mr. Sullivan NEW S ez & ze MODELS

1.I Index Trays also from the Vanderbilt section, aid last Saturday, "though I
sells all his I to Setzer's also think it will fall back somewhat. '"

': Everbandy'Paper Clips When my pork gets ready, I go However, it will never be the MSieNIO Their CHEVROLET/ AJDJNATIONAL
TO surpassing
Board Arch Boards down and see when they want it. same as It was. After the boys rruNO LIAD IN quality-.plus their surprising- economy DEflXS!
I take mine one week and AlonzoJ. leave there will not be so
many Chmrobt otoiM of oR 10sets'them
Files apart from all other"Torpedo" models
Expanding Paper 'jook joints' Most of the soldiers prkcd can has n.w"Uadr ..

Metal Files spend their money In places like lint" Styling dlitlnctiv new. I I

II. COURTMANCH that, though lots of them never "Deor.Action" r-de" and To all men and women who beauty distinguish their new
Wire Trays new lady by FUtcr
India Ink Watch-Maker go !in. with No Draft VmtllaHan. want a motor car that I is distinctive Fleetline Bodies by Fisher r
Marvel Punches BUY WITH CONFIDENCEAT "I'd rather not see a wet-and-
dry election in Bradford County," UI.MIO TO UA INOwvroUt without being eztheir dashing Fleetline design

r Scratch Pad Holders YOUR HOME JEWELER Mr, Sullivan said. "I don't think PD'OIMANCI pensive, Chevrolet proudly their exceptionally comfortable t !

: Ink Eraser Stick Files |II liquor ever did anybody any good. ,thoroughly alon* conbbwi proved. apowerful presents Its two new Fleetline 3-couple roominess
bused to drink some and I don'tthink ... "
t Ring Binders Public Stenographer it ever helped me any." Mr. -Saf- T-SVv Hydravllc Enmodelsthe- new Fleetline' and their fine-quality

..-., talllvan was born In Clay County, Irak, *, Unitized AerosedanandthenewFleet"Fieetweave" upholstery
{ Miss\ Carol WhiteIn but moved JLo this county when KiM.-Actlon Mdo,end Intro. line I -,
] just a boy-in 1904-and now Lily Vacuum.1'0_ Shift and appointments.
RemingtonPortable West the .t no extra CM*. These '
W. T. Clute's Office on farm adjoining that smartly styled motor See these
119 East Call St. t his father where he was Muexn to lue IN cars are the newest of all
brought up. ICONOMT motor cars at your nearest

Chevrolet I b the eat ..co'Torpedo" models. In Chevrolet dealer's' and 1' '
t convince -
TYPEWRITERS nomical ol al the laraeit. fact you'll call them
/. T. CLUTE-REALTOR Mlling low-priced car from yourself of the fact that' /

F. II. A. LOANS Hia" got all-round, .oil and standpoint upkeep. of in Torpedoes!" "It pays to buy the leader and

We want the listing on' your property Superlative grace and ,get the leading buy." "

'Ve have some wonderful properties for sale :

.. See us about your Real Estate Needs iiAysio


$5 Down I Regular Dinners, Short Torode Chevrolet Compa

I $5 Per Month t Orders & Sandwiches

Starke FloridaALL


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F 4 NOV 7 1941 .

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STATE SERVICES ('OI"T"CIRIIT. OI.R. RRtDKORO known. Telegraph la hereby designated us XOTICH OP h.. made application for a tax
KLORIUIV CHAM.LJ"okl''t. You are required to appear on the APPI."TIO' Bald I r''
J3owcferELE corfitate
B. 4-ER Y.Wilam. newspaper this order FOR T' third ti> be Issued th.r .
y t;. FIRHT BAPTIST O.c.nlb.r 1. 1941, In the above hall be published once" week for |"..... HIM N ltt.1) .braces h. .,1d
ft... ". 10. LIhfeo Psitor Plalntt. ". named Court and cause, wherein four consecutive NOTICE 18 HEREBY. OIVEN, .. property In 11,
Thlgpen .rlb..o
: slie N.Ualnat Street Jokr.lt. D plaintiff seeks divorce, BradfordCounty Witness my hand and the seal That Verna J.: DemnreM holder of M State 1'lorld.0- j t
out the Hallowe'enI' Church School 9:45 A. M. Cnd.nt. Telegraph shall publish this of this Court at Htarke. Florida Tax Certificate No. *118. Issued. the wit: t I'\

Kit e served Merning Worship 11:00 A. M. AND ORDER OF Pl'BUCATlO.V Order In next four weekly Issues. this 17th., day of October, ,A. U. Silt day of August A. 11. U2". has Loin 1. 2. 1.I.. T of ne 14 '
J. R. H. T. U. 1oo p. M. NOTICR TO APPEAR Witness my hand and official I sealat i 1941. lied same In my office and has -lix-oin city. See II Twp. B. R. t 1 j

leather dessert bridge Kvenlng Worship 8:00: P. M. TATH OF FLORIDAto: Elisabeth Starke, Fla. thla Oct.. 30. 1941, OFFICIAL HEAL) Thomas made application I a tax deed tobe ]. I
Her home Wednesday Worship 5:00: 1. 101. hlgpen Isokrelt, whose ...1. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs A. Clerk of said Court.A. 11-14. Issued I.tor h certificatembrnces I The assessment'at t h saM

Lv afternoon. 0 dence unknown.leJ.on Clerk of said court. 10-31 t 11-21 Robert C. Lester, 1'lalntt.It.Z 4 Ator.n.y. the .ieseril.dproperly property" under the said certificate ,

r"L decorated with fall KIBST' MWI'IIOD."T are required to appear on Chas. Miller J.ckeonvlne Fla. In the 101.wlnJ ssueil was In the name of Unknown.
Pit\ conclusion of the Rev. (i. C. .Powell." pn..tor l 1. 1941 I In the above Atty. for Pit. tat. of Florida, lo.wl: '
the < 120 !V. ( ...rrb !Street "al"d! Court and cause wherein .v riiicrir COIRT. miHKOHII \Vi of HW'i of 8E A 'V Unless said certificate .h.1 be
L rePX Plaintiff .
p D. Fancher Church Hehool 10:00: A. M. Hmnty, ..k. divorce, Brad Cord iv ruicriT roi'RT. ('01'\TY. KI.OHIIIl IV ('Ii tNCKKYecll 8 WV, Seo. 30 Tw|>. 7 S. It. II 't.t, redeemed accordlnsT to \ theproperty bold .
h therein
score and Sunday' Worship 11:00 Telrgiaph> shall l publish this IR."ORn Francis Light 60 Acres, less described w\1
: A. M. bourne containing or
for high Order ('0.'" PI.lnlt. mor. the
next four l 'I'Y. FLORIDA to the highest hldtler
weekly Issues.
Young People 7:00 : 'I. :
In P. M. .. vu. llrace Sylvia The assessment of the said property .
IF. won 'Vln. my hand and official seal ( KKV. ttirthous door on the first Monitay -
Evening 1.e-1 .
Chapman Worship endant. Case '
8.00: 1' M. at Edward No. 1607. unl.r the said (.rtC..I. Is.sumemi .
Kin. Plaintiff I month of
In the
this Oct. 30. 1941 H.I.I.r. vs. Uo.n..r.
Wednesday Worship| 8:00: P. M.AT. (OFKICIA'L SKAD A. j. Thonis; Lillian U.I.I.r. Dr.ndant. Case No. tRhjEISit"NOTICE t'UILICATION was In the L 1941, which Is the lt day of. V.cniher .-
I A. Clerk I of said court. 10-31 A.AI\ i l..k. '
41 1 1-21 '
LE-E.V PARTY MAKK'H EPISCOPAL! John J, Henderson, Esq. Atty.BRI 1664.ORDER OF PUBLICATION STATE OF ) Grace Unless said certificate .h,1 he Iated It. 17th day of October ';
; aen ft... Peed Y....... Rector for Pit. AND NOTICK TO APPEAR Sylvia Llghtbourne, whose realence according' to the ./
la Unknown. ;
Club' sponsored SKMI. STATE OF FLORIDA 'Id therein be .1. Thomas
Ionian's N. Chorea Street to; Lillian You : OFFICIAL SEAL) A.
com- Church Reboot Helsler' whose are required to appear on to highest bidder the of Bradford i .
at the 10:00: A. M. 1" residence t I. un .old Clerk of Circuit Court
i party Sunday ( litrilT. (flIRT. >KORDl known. December 1st. 1"4 In the abovensme.t door on the .
Worship 10-11 1111V
11:00: A. M. .olrthou.f Clr.t County,
,Wing Wednesday night. Sunday Evening.; 7:30: P. M. (.01 i'V, FLOILIIItI l's l tii.t..I You are required to appear on (o.rt cause, wherein day month of UC..mh.r. Florida 4

APpropriate games and Friday Evening 7:30: P. M. I'RY.T.: J. Glaze I December 1, 1941, In the above pl"lnUr....k..dl"nr.. and custody Telegraph 194*. which la the 1st day De- -- }
Holy Days 10:00: A. M. plaintiff vs. Cath' named Court and cause, wherein County ".ml.r. 1941. riHCI'IT 'a.'nT. BRAOFORU .
were enjoyed by a large erineostello ORDER Olase.Pt'HLlCATtON Defendant. plaintiff seeks divorce, Rr.dt..rdI'uunly "hal IHbl..1..this Order In IIt.d this 20th day of October, ('01 NI'l. FI.ORIU"I IV! CHAm'KKV. '
Fol- OF } leat weekly "". u. .
residents. Telegraph shall publish this ( V., 4TTB1V-K. i
of Farm FIRST PHKXRYTKRItV! AND NOTICR TO APIM2AR Order In next tour weekly ", Witness mv hand and official seal OFFICIAL SEAL)"urt.o J. Thomas i-ne Hanger, Plaintiff, ... Dell '
prizes were STATE t>P FLQHIDA to: (Cath Witness and .ue.. at Clarke. Florida, this Oct. 14,1941.OFFICIAL !. Clerk of "ircitit (' Hradfur4County i .
the parade. ft.". (:''... ... Allm. Pastor erine my hand official .al auger. Defendant. Case No. 164$ ,
best costumes to *48 Vorth Cherry 8. Co..t.lo C.laae, whose resldenre at Stsrke, "1. this Oct. 30 1941. ( SEAL) A J. Thomas,, Tlorlda.. 1-1 4 1114OT dUDKR ; ; 1' 'i
the .
As Clerk of said I 1.14J'.uhn
HershIberi Church School 10-00: A. M. 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAn 'O.rt. 10t AND n V.F. -11n7.
: Miss Ruth Sunday Worship 11-00: A. M. You are required to appear on Clerk of said. court. I0i31 tt -! S. C""lo.1 Ja'k.onvll. Flor- > CK OF 4PIM.tr'TUtV RTATI OF () ?

Crews and little Kay Senior Cruised CMoo: P. M December 1, 1941 In the abovelianwil I Chai Stiller, Jacksonville hla. FOR TAX IIK.IOItHens ".u.er. Philadelphia, -

; consist- Intermediate Youth 8:00: P. M. Court and cause, wh"relnplalnUr Aty. I'tt. ( to Rill '.. IM) Ila. I\
I Refreshments E".nln.Vor..hlp 7:00 P. M. seeks. divorce Bradford I" flRri'IT NOTI 'N 1(4( HEREBY I (HVEN. are required, to appear onDecember >
cookies and "olty "" >h shall publish this rO"IT. \FORn 1st. In the above ,
That J. Norman holder of Tax ,
Ibot '
dogs .V COTRT. nit ( ( OrVTV. lr. liH.. ,
In next four weekly 1.011., I."I.H" .
U'd.r IMMI. (lt.T Ill) Issued the 6th.day ., nam..1 Court wh.r.ln
.._, social ...
oihw tha James R. Plaintiff ,
Witness 01 IV tll t t tENTHerbert l.wren vs. t t.a
hand Bradford L'
--- mv and seal F..O.U. 1141 .
era J BT. FOWAHDHTHOI.IO ofri"li and l-3rd of tlRlntlff .k. olvor"e.
H.". ......... J. Murphy. I'..l..r at Ntaike, Via thl. 1941 Plaintiff, vs. Ala> No.l.uul..1 1486.LwrelCf. D.r.nh.nt. (- t .uu the 6lh., ('..nt? ... publish "f .,
Trmplrrnur (1'f'ICIAI. ': .) A. J. Thomas Ann Wilt Buckley Defendant. Cape ORDER. OF PUBLICATION AND day uf :.I:.1.hl..i9.8. has filed Ih. ,)r.le n.atour weekly ','
said court. I I.21 In and has madeapplication ':,11Witness I
| spent the Early Mann U:00: A. M. 10.3 t TO APPEAR ame '
No. 1524.OHDEn
Wallace John J. official seal .
j C. imine HrrtlprK. l"nd.r..on. ) Atty. Nn'rl'1 tax deed to be my hand and
< FLORIDA Alta '
: I
with fur Pit. al Fla. this (SrI. 19, 1041. '
OF PUBLICATION Said certlflcatssmbrace
U In Jacksonville Sunday Mann 9:00: A. M. AND 4>utse lji\renu..whose residence issued thereon. ttark. '
NOTICE TO APPKAH the following. doscrlbedruperty A. J. Th.m. i iA } )
Week NlAI.1
J. H. Mynlhan.t 8:00: A. M.RO a Unknown. [ j.
her. Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ann You are to appear on In the County of Bradford Clerk of ..Id I'.rt. 10.1 t 11-:1:
| visit of several weeks I' ('inn i'r ('0. ItT. lit \ponnvr December 1st.required. In the above Hate of Florida toWItl5t4 it. T. n"I""ck.onVlle, ., 4 I I
whose residence IsUnknow.
I and Mrs. Oscar Partney I PF.:'. TAHKHMACI.K: : (till'Kiti.: \, 'Lo'UU'1 ....\:. Wit Buckley tamed, Court 1"4 cause, wherein of Lot 6* In Woodlawn "..0.l' Atty. Ilt. I' I

Mr. and Mr. J. '1'. IluIIey Mpunion lalntlff seeks divorce Bradford Twp. 5 H. H. 12 containingseres : \
It. Merldeth. J. S. Hus! Sunday Service Hi uce Power, PIAnlrt. vs. Mae You : Telegraph. shall nubllsh this or .J.Is tmbl-aued:
7:30: P. M. Power Defendant. are required to appear on Bounty' more .V C-IRCl'IT ('OI'RT. IIEADFORI) ,
land little Freddie Paul Friday Service 7:30 P. M.BOOTSEY'S OKDKIl OF PUBLICATIONAN1 1655 D.c.mber 1st., 1941 In the abovenanet Order In next four weeklv Issues.Witness under .rtth..t. No. ; ('o.'Y. Fi.OItltts IV HIAN-

) NOTICK Couit and cause, K hereinplaintiff my hand and official seal 1.01. I, 8. 7. and Nat Lot (
their TO
I 1
for Al'pEAltl4'l'ATE
left Monday seeks divorce, H'RdCo.d, at Starke, Flnrlila this Oct. 14. 1941. In Woodlawn Arthu'r Engfl. Ho-
01'- FLORIDA lot .
LubboCk Texas.nd BEACH Power, whose residence to U: (ounty Telegraph shall publish this (OFFICIAL SEAi.S A J. Thomas, 30 Twp. 8. It, tl K.. containing Kngel.. J.rndlnt.PI.lnt"1 1.. No.
un. Order In Aa Clerk of said Court. 10-24 41 1114laurlce Ibl.
known.Yuu. next four weekly I..u. 56 acre, more or less Is embracedunder
Mrs. L. A. Wigginse By Minnie Lee Prlngle are required to on Witness mv hand and "rldal..al > \V. noM.I.ln. Jacksonville, 1-Srd of Certificate No. 1(9. ORDER OF PUBLICATION i

Marie were December 1, 1941, In the appear aboveiampt at Starke Fla.. this ., Kla. Atly. for Plf. The assessment of the said property AND NOTICH TO APPEAR
| daughter. Mrs. W. M. Reddish and family Court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL A". under the said certificate I hOissued STATE OF FLORIDA toi SophieKngel.

It t guests Saturday of Mrs. were visiting relatives in Ever- plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford As Clerk of said Court Thom. IN COI.RT. \IIKOH1J was In the nam. of Mrs.Laura 144-16 33rd Avenue, Flushlug -
I Mrs. W. H. County Telegraph publish thisOrder W. Marlon CI'IIT. A. Blssess; and the assessment Long Island New York.
mother, .hal Hendry Tampa ( "" IV ( II C N KRY nnDecember
green Sunday.A. In 'ot'\ of the said properly underl.lr.l You are required, to 'II.a"
I In Jacksonville. Wit ness 1.U my hand and weekly 1".ue. Atty. for PIt :: Ciilantonlo Colantonlu, Plaintiff: Defendant. va.tlanca -. of said certificate: No. 14* 1st., 1941 In the t' i
: Hullahano
| and daughters J. Crawford o f Keystone Mtarke, Kla. this (oCr"I.I..al.t Ut.IOF"'IAL Case No. 1493. Issued was In the. name ot BeatrIce amed Court and cause, wherein

Caldwell Heights spent the week-end herewith HKAL) J. ORDER PUBLICATION AND ,, M. (JII.rt plaintiff seeka divorce. Bradford
Thom.. iv cinn RT
IT roi lilt 01' shall be shall publish
week- 'ounty Telegraph
June were As Clerk of said ,(ttlcat.
and court. 10-31 4t '
his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. Ham M. Jacksonville 11.2. t'OI'N'i'Y FLOR.'I IV.fKRY. 'I. No'rl'TO APPEAR Blanco.Hullgnano redeemed "",'.rdl". law. the his Order In next four weekly.
t II of Mr. CaldwelTs par- for WI.on.. Of FI.ntUA toi: property described therein win be ssue-M..
N. Crawford.W.
whose residenc.
Aty. S. Farrar Plulnllff. vs. bidder at the and official seal
and Mrs. J. B. Cald- Wile sold to the highest Witness my hand
H. Green of Sebring "Farrar. Defendant. Case Unknown. court house dour on the first Mon- at I Starke Fla.I this Oct. 17. 1941.tOFrl'lAi
Qklawaha. spent No. 1662ORDER. You are required to appear on In the month of December I ShiAL) A. J. TkflmliaAs
the week-end here with his family. iv rincriT rot'RT. RRtitPonnCOl OF PUBLICATION December 1st., 1941 In the above dal which U the 1st., day of De Clerk of Court) 10-11 4t 11-21
d 1 Mrs. 3. M. Bradley'had Mrs. Riley Strickland of Starke MTV. FI.OHIU4I IV IIIAV AND NOTICE 'r() APPEAR tamed Court and pause, Bradford wherein (. 194. 11.0.1. H. Joel.. Jacksonville 1
tKHY.Cora >lalntlff seeks divorce
the week-end. : llth day October Atty. for Plf.
II during Is visiting her parents Mr. and Hope Plaintiff ".. Thomas Love Farrar whose residence Is County Telegraph shall publish this 1941.iOI'l"1CtAL.tec i'
Mrs. V. N. Gieger and \Vllan Hope, Defendant. Case No. unknown.You Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness MEAL) A. J. Thomas
Mrs. G. B. Johns. hand and run rlR4'VIT .'(it'RT.
to my .Ulcl.I..1 of RI"OII
Circuit Court
Eddie Mul- are appear on Clerk of
ley and Mrs. is ORDER OF PUBLICATION December 1.required, in th above at StsrKe this Oct., IK, 1941.tI"FhClAI. County Florida. 10-17 fr.d.tord (-OI'NTY, Fl. HII A. ..N.
Mrs. Reddish ,
of Jacksonville. Miss Mary visitingher AND NOTICE TO APPEAR named Court and wherein 'It:1') A J. Thomas,, 41.1 CtCRY. ,
son and daughter-In-law. Mr. STATE OP FLORIDA to: Thomas. plaintiff dlvonKradford c.u..e. As Clerk 10." 4t 11-14 George II. Culv rhcuse,
Warren of Wauchula was Wlllluni Hope, whose residence Is .. IV rlRClTIT SOVIeT' BH 'I>KOHI> Plaintiff,
County Telegraph shall publish this
l-cnd guest of Miss Mel- and Mr. Ury Reddish of Water Unknown. Order In next four weekly issues. I" riRcriT roritT.' Ri (-OIIVTY, KL.OKIHA IV ('IIANCKHYMerwyn ..vaas." No. ISiS ,

Oak. You are required to appear on Witness mv hand and official seal ('OIN': r-.OItll IV fll. 0,011 A. M.r..nl. Plaintiff, vs Dorothy Barrnall Culverhouse, ,I

Tiornton.WPSON. December 1, In the abovenamed at Htarke. Flu this &.. 10. 1941.OFFICIAL 'atrlcla'Wins V..I h. Plaintiff vs. "hrl.ln.. 1."I.nt. Case I"ndaili. I) \
Court and ,'au.e. wherein ( HEAL) A. J. ThomasAs sieurd Thomas Veseth "I PTILleATJONtFNn
CARON PAPER 1-2 x 11 plaintiff divorce Bradford l.t.ndant. UltDKIt OP PimLlOATION AND # t I
.ek. Clerk of said court. 10-31 411121Chas. Case No. 151$. + AI
CITY 8 1-2 x IS: $2 box-BRAD- County Telegraph shall publish thin MII.r.I I Jack.onvl. Fla. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND NOT1CH) APPKAH M <1o1aoI'toi )nro. I j jun
per Order In next four weekly issues.Witness Atly. for NOTICK TO MTATI (IK PLOItlDA tu: Chris thY l.rrn.1 residence
y' Mrs. J. E. Jones FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.IV my hand and official seal STATE OF AI'f'lof: Hlgurd tn" .. .. whose residence la t
J1.onUA H. C., carrier No. You required to appear at Stnrke Fla. this Oct. 30. 1941.OFFICIAL Thomas Veseth residence Is ..Iumbl. m.1 are
I Louise Varnes and little ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs iv riiirrir cni'HT.' HUAIIFORUcorvrv. Unknown.You I. 1st, 1941 In above named iJ
: t-IRCrlT COt-RT. BRAIIPOND Clerk of said court. 11-21 KI.ORIU\I iv "'""N- You are required la appear on "nurt and cause, wherein pl.lntf i' !
(pent last week-end withIn COUNTY FLORIDA IN: VII A*. Sam B. Wilson. 10.3 4 (' ;R''. December, are Int.1941 required to III appear the above on December: 1st., IR41 In the above _.kl divorce. Bradford .nl f'1 \
Starke. CKHY. Atty. for PIt. Jack.on"lle. Mary D. Lauro Krau.,. Plaintiff wherein named Court and cause, wherein Telegraph shall publish this Ordern '
i William Young. Plaintiff "". v. Richard Krauss. Defendant.. named Court and divorce cause, plaintiff ...k. divorce. llradftird, next four weekly Issues.Witness II
ante McKlnney attended Elisabeth Ann Young Defendant Case No. 1561. plaintiff ..ek. Ir.drord County Telegraph shall publish this my hand and official ., I ,
OF PUBLICATION County Telegraph shall Order In next four weekly I unties.Witness senl at Htarke, Florida, this Ooober ( 1
t.y, at the home of Mrs. Case No. IV ('IRI.T COIRT. BRtllKOIIIIfOI'NTY ORtJH Order In next four weekly Issues. "
18.ORDER TO AI'I'EAHRTATE my hand and nUIlal..1 17 1941. II i
K1.ORIU! IV CMAV.fKHY. official seal l
Witness hand and
i Thursday night.am OF OF FLORIDA 101: Richard my at Hiarke. FI.rhlat this C.t'LII. 184. HKAL) A. J. Thomas I ,
at this Oct. 1941. IOFI1'IAI.
PtBLICATIONAND Htsrke. 17. ,
Anderson and friends NOTICR Brlckman Plain Krauss, whose residence; la un- (OKFICIAL HKAL) A Said Court.Knight r ;
i STATE OF FLORIDA to: Klla- Doro"y, Raymond Alvord B.k.r. Baker, known. ( ) rl MEAL) A J. Thomas As Clerk nf said Court. 10-14 41 11.14 Knl.h. Slarke, Fla.. '.

i were guests of Mrs. W. beth Ann Young, of 1733 East 116tb., Defendant. Case No. 1563. You are required to appear on A. Clerk C. ... Court.Jacksonville 104t 1.ltNldn.y M. Cowles, Jacksonville, Flor Aty. for. 10-3L 4 11-21 ;
December 1. 1941, In the ..bov.nam.d Atty. for Plf.IV _
Saturday. Place Cleveland. Ohio. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Alty, for Plf.iv : ::1
Court and wherein
c.u.", ; : f,:
to on IV : COI'RT. :1"
|Gilbert Brown and little You are required appear plaintiff seeks divorce, .
December 1 la the above t
19.1. '
County Telegraph riHcriT ( ( FL.nIUA.
are spending t h a named and wherein Alvord Baker, of 129 West Order In .hal Ib.. H'IT. II""FORI. KI.OIIIIIA IV <'IIAN('KHY lENT' '
next Iy '
Curt c.u.. Mountain View Long; Beach. California Iou. I..u. FI.O.U. .Y..Y Leonardo (llovannl Vlgna Plaintiff, vs. Ar.
1 .In'Lake Butler.' Dlufntlff divorce Bradford Witness my hand and official William J. .Jr. .lal.IU. henry I. Jones,
County Telegraph shall publish thinOrrter at Stsrke, Fla this Oct. 80 1941...al Ina ulnRI. l'I.lntr.No. v. Maria Antonia (Mar.CI.I) lee 1.Candant. Case No. ,
nd.:Mrs. Doc Warren, .of In' next four weekly InKuea. You are required. to appear onDecember (OFFICIAL MEAL) A J. Thomas, 14H5.It Uulnan, l.t.n. .nt. C. Vlgna Defendant. Case N. t4l. 1617ORDKR.one. .f

I I[ spent Sunday here. Witness my hand and official ...alat I 1, 1941, In t I. lbo. As Clerk of said court. 10-81 411121Chas. ORDER OF AND OKDEIt PUBLICATION OF PUBL1CATIOMAND ? I
Ptmr.JeATfON ..
and 1
Starke, this 29. 141 named Court cause NOTI'JJ( TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR ;
d Mrs. Alfred Varnea- FIl. Oc. plaintiff divorce, Bradford Miler. Jack.orvile. Fla. NOTICK "'' 1l'14)ItIIA tot Maria to Arlene .
(OFFICIAl. ) Thomnn.A .".k. for STATE OF FLORIDA tOI Ina n.Qulnan : STATE OF FLORIDA :
were i here, o n .business ('lerkotsaid court. 10-31 4111-21 County Telegraph four shall publish Issues..tills ty. whose address Is co:| Mrs. Ant"nl.. (Maraftotl! .Vlgna, ,..Idlnr Jo"... co| \T, U, Battle, Wadley, I !
Order In next weekly Town of
II (leorgis.. I I ,
Nathan Schevttt, ,. Columbia IrU'ol.lu.
4- 1802 High St.
Jack"onvUe hand and official' seal IV ('IllCI'IP"fOI'R'P. RRAItKORn I. JIow.'d the of on it .
afternoon. _', Fl... Atty. for Plf.ik. ., Witness mv Carolina. I providence J.Sllo Cal.brla. You are ,required" to appear '
Fin. Oct. It 1941. ( "mlh Italy. In the abovetantxd I'
I at "I.rk. 'hi. 'OI'Nl'vc ,FI.OIIKMll tt11AF4. j December 1st.,
Br "" a ",a bualnesaNelta ..< ', .}.- -<* '*(.#** OFFIUIAI, t> ) A. J. Thema (' .m4e.. I -j. "_ De You. ::I'fItIUUis: :: : to In appear the above on You are required to appear. nnDecember Court 1t.. .". whereinmiaintiff
G fr hv 1[ ndl .1" APPt.ICTIOV' As Clerk of said court. JO-31 41 1121Nalhan Horn. Hodges Phil ntlff, Vs.Margaret named Court and wherein ., 14 Ine abovenatnei ; seeks rtlvnroe and custody I
XOTICH 0. H"h.vl., Jacksonville, : Hodges. Befendaot< CaseNo. cause, Couit Ind cause, wherein of child. Bradford County Tele .
Brown had as dints KOIl HKKHen Flu Atty, 1&00. t ,,.a* >' : rrT.r:; : divorce, Bradfordoiinly plaintiff ...k. '1Iv.r..., flrMtrnr,. graph publish this order In
<" .t<> Illll No. l :'lNOTtCK > OF 'PUBLICATION ( I'h shall publish (his .. .hal .
tJIIIEF1 I ( Telegraph
Sunday Mr.. and Mrs that .. onnly .hRI ". next w..kly '
lIVEN Order four
IS HKttEHY I. next w..kly I..u. seal
AND NOTICE TO API'i'IARHi'A'l'ld Order In next Issues.Witness and
I l. Mr. and Mrs. War- T .W. Slaughter holder .of. .-Tax iv nitc i'IT roi HT.tIIINIV '"I'UFOII I OF FU'IUI tnt Margaret Witness roy hand .rn'I.I..1 my hand ami weekly, official l seal nt NIHike,mv" 1.,1 ote'lal. 1941. IMIAI.I

Eulamae Smith of Wild- Certificate Now. 3 & 5. t..I.< hasfiIei the KI.ORIIItl : I Hodges, Route No. 1. Yancey- at UIE'Tl'lt'IAL HtsrkH. Florida this : at Htfirkw, Flor I.IK this Oct., I*, 1941OFFICIAL (OFFICIAL A. J, Thomnj, j
4th.! day of .July A. I IX 193 ad has ('Elt: V. yule North .rollnl, As .hl"rt.) A OJt. ; ,9. ( sEA: :) .'. Thomas As Clerk of 10.3 I 4t I 11-21 I !I

name In my office : Henry Tesh, Plaintiff. You are re.iiiirrd f appear onflecemter .(. I..rk.r < As Clerk uf Sulil "r.AI 10-24 4t I t.i4 II. A. Ht"|)h.nM, .Iack..on II., Flor t ,
nd, Mrs. Raymond Oliver, made lamied application for Sulil a tax certificateembraces I..d to : vs. \Vlliam Hllen Tech Defendant. Case. No.. 1, 1941 I In the above Atty.J. ) 1..I.r.PIt J..olVI. 1. Ida. Atty for Plf.IV f I ,
be .ther.on. named Court and cause, whereinPiSintiff '
1852. iv fiuciiro i HT. lIlt C t'Vtitfl 'r'
visited Mrs. Ruby the d"'rl.d' .. ;
OItlRR OF .I".r. fr.Hor.1C'ounty tOt NTV. C IV I NI EIIV 'OI IIHAIIFOIII. {I'
In the County "I.U I (111(1 IT
property I
1'1' .
Sunday. NOTICK TO APPKAIC Telegraph "" M OP FOItT f'
:0'1' A..I..U''T.O' Jitnies .. ('lltV- I I
ford Hate of Florida, : 4rl.p.r 11"lnIU. vsVloln 4-01 "'ry. .01.11"
to-wit KI.OIUDA to: Helen Order In next four weeklyIssues. \ : : .
Cecil Jones visited her BOP ''Cvof NK'4 &N'/i of Sec.II"'wp. fTATP. Of Woodland Av.nu.. Witness my hand and official senl (Veils<. Rill."I. KM dripper, Ni>. ('.::1. 1

State Farm Colony In 7 H. I. >'J R., Ito Acres. Wln..tOn-Saler. North Ca'olna; at Starke, I.'h. Ihl..O. 30 1941.UFFl1ALs4tiAt. NUTI1 IH HEKKMV (11VEN 1624 ORDER OH" PUBLICATION AND 'J',.. Francis Burke Dvfvndant.K l Plulntlff., ,, l'.
lens, embraced under vs. M, Illrk.,
A. J. ThomasAs .
You are ,," to ontoeenift'r ) Hunon. bolder of 'luxCnrtlflcntrs 111..r.t '
lie 'r() API'EAH .
Monday. aid Certificate No. 8. 1. 1941 In the ahov. 'lerk at sold court. 10-3 411121Chas. Numbered, respectivelyNo. NO'n1 I:*". I :$ < I.tt.!
.. ; (
SWM of NWV4 o' RWI"fec. wherein ) Fla 15211. : ) t. (lItOicit
I :
IA3M. .
and 1511. 16)12
J NW1 & named Court cause, ller. Jock.onvile. 133IIU. resilience k '
dripper, tin Itown. TO
11 H. 19 E., 80 seeks divorce, Ally, for 1SJI&? IMIrt, and 163 NOTlt'l AP"oH

Y BROOK FARMHiss .., said more Certificate or less, I No.. emb..ced. County plaintiff Telegraph' shall plhU.h Uralord I 1md'flay, of ':: A. .1 hall an.l D.r Vim>eniber are"t.required I 1941' In t. ainii-ar the above tin NTATJ. 01 r 'I.Olt IA llttsfleld.Massachusetts C Mar. t
Under ha
.iraula The assessment nf the said property Order In next ru. weekly I..u..! IV <'IHCI'IT (lll IIT. lilt tlIPOItl) has made, same. tr" : t.f;deed .med (' ,, and cause, wherein &' .Livingston Apartments J..

Crosby under the said c.rtUl"RI..s l 1.- Witness,Ktarke.my Fin. this and( or"lal..alat (0. "''', Kl.Ollllltl IV ('IA!. to be Issued t plaint, 1ff seeks divorce' ltraultr4Telegraph 13 Heonml, HI reel.You 'r
.. N. : County shall publlnh this are required' to appear nn '
In the name o I'IY.
d Mrs. H. B. Kelly were were (OFFICIAL HEAL: A. J Thomas Agnes plslntlff. vs Certificates respectively Order In nest four weekly Issues. Dei-ember 1st, In the above .4; I I
the 1 KnlKht.. lcI certificates he As Clerk of said court. 10-31 tt il-Il James Joseph DefendantCase embrace the Colow I n I d"'rlb.d Witness my' hnnd anil offlclnlseaat namml Court IlU.. ".., wherein .1 I.'H
latter's mother, Mrs. .hal Nathan $, ..JacksonvilleFla properties In '" of Br.d. I
to the 'h.vIU. Nn. U66. Hlnike, Klorlila thin Ort. tH. I 1941OFFICIAL plaintiff seeks divorce. Ilralord
Kelly here Saturday. Little redeemed accrdln. wIl he Atty. for ORDER OF PUBLICATION to"d\\ Hints I 2 of ".rld.4 to.wit: ( aBA L:) A J. Thomas (ounty Telegraph shall ; J
property of HamptnnPark
Kelly returned to Jack- sold to the. highest .bidder the AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE k.Hen. $.I.i +:P. 7 H. K. 21 As Clerk of said Court. 10-14 4t 1 I-.14Mattri.'s I his I order In next four weeklyIssues' .if.:
the first Mon iv ( COIRT. Pill "tFOln OF FLORIDA tor JamesJoseph W. 4.h'.teln. .
door on J..k.unvll. '.
K embrnced
courthouse under
with them 'after spending In the month of December ('0.'II'.I'r. "'LOIUI." IV Hardy, of Borough of! .No. .ai certificate ""1". Aty. Witness. my hand and official sealat 'I \
day .
County of Kings, and 12.J1 Htsrks thla Oct. 27. 1941. t
here of December .: Y. -
let day ( Jrooklyn.
l I. the
with relatives.d 1941, whIch Frank Alvin Knox ".. New York. tJn Except lois t, 1. 1, 10. 11 ( iflPPlt'JAk. 11.A I.. A. J, thomas I '
Plllntlt. 'ot'N'rw. IV : ,
Mrs. Raymond Crosby Ut. of October Lee Knox No are required to appear nn Park Heo. 31-31 Twp. 7 F'.fIU" f''f.IY 4t 11-11 t
30th., day Ora D.Cendant. IV A.'I.rkot"Ahl'olrt.ll.
Paled D..ob 1. 1941, I In the abovenamed I. 22 E. Is embraced undersaid 1.11. lIP, \.FIJI. !
business In.l. Florida
trip to Jackson- 1941.1 150. Court and cause, whereinplaintiff ".rllrkat. No. 130, .-. l..ry. l'I.lnICr. 1.011. Jack.on\ll. I f
A. J. Thomas ORDER OF PUBLICATION for Plf.iv .
) Eddie:
tturday. of SFAI.Court of Bradford AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ...k. divorce and custodyof Elk I l.mp'on Park H.. 81-J j Usry f.C.ndl"t. \ 1\
Clerk 1Aty.
Twp. 7 K. embracedunder
Bradford Telegraph !
Lee children. County -
ll-21 to: Ora .
J. Florida. ('orIt'r, ,
B. Griner of County 10-3 whose residence Unknown. shall ptiblliih I this Order In said certificate No. 1611. C.IRf..r MI"UFOIO 'i

We revisiting relatives Knox are required to.appear on next four weekly Issues.Witness All JI. 9 ":Xa 1..t. II, 7. I. 9. 10. HTATK NOTICE TO AIM-EAR tot : :: FI.OHIOtl .
D.Jeob 11 A Blks 12 Hump fl FI.OIUIA' r..I.
1, 1941, In the above mv hand and .Cn".al sea il.lall wJ.I .
er the ronrr.ri.onmi. Usry I Ma Plaintiff, ve
week-end. iv rincvrr .IIUtFORO Court and ", wherein at Htarke, Fla this O(vt. 20 1941 ton Park Hec. 7 H It wh. r..ld.n'e .1.k.
nel Mrs. Bob Haf lop and ('01 "'' (1"- plaintiff named seeks divorce.u. Bradford OFFICIAL HKALI A. J. ThomasAs 23 1']. Is .rhra..d under said certlfIrate December Volt are r"'I"lr..t, I to In appear the abov on Virgil K MI.k. IJ.t.ndant. Case No \ (
r.Lna No. 16.12.
ed. Mrs. Inez Kelly\ '.and CIR GrlCtln D.Lo.ch. PI.lnne.va. ; County Telegraph .hal.publish kly IssuesWitness thl.Ord..r .. Clerk of said court 10-31: 4 11-21 All Blk 14 hampton Park See named Court and cause, wherein. 'ORDER fur r'ITI.IC'ATIOI .

A In next 11-33 Twp. 7 H. R. 12 K Is plalnllff seeks divorce and AND ,
Doris Ih.rt La.h. embraced .1"1 Nu..r"l AI'I
Wiliam. oCn"lal..al.t
Crosby and Mary 1549. mv hand and IV f'IHfTI'r ('01 ItT nH'UFOR'" under. said certificate No ofhll.l.' Bradford County STATE : Vlrgl .
rel were visiting Mr. and ()iuER OF 11.tLIATIO Htarke. Fla. this Oct.J.2-t.ThomasAs 1 41.OFFICIAL roi'''' F..IIIU'1 IV ('II.\V.Teobald 1633. BPBI.h shall publish this order In 1u. II..k.who..r..ld.n..I.lnkno.n. J : ''j 1

R. AND N0TICn ( HEAL) A. ('FIST. Lots 7. 9. 10. 11 of Blk IS A next four weekly Issues.Witness required 'I
Sapp tt I 1.21 I. .
of 10-31 .
Lawtey Sun- STATE OF FLORIDA 0: Wi1. Clerk of said court. Ferghlna. Plalntlt. vsDanlela All Blk ex Lois 8, 9, 10, Il my hand and .UI..I.I..1 December l.t., Ut. In the sbovi \
Albert DeLoach ResidencenYouWaVe Nathan 1'h..vl., JacksonvilleFla. Ituljsnnvlc Defendant. 22 Hampton Sec. 11-33 at Starke. Florida 1 I this A'h-t., 21. 1(141OFFICIAL named, Court .. whereii
d lam Atty. ('*.. No. t 1565.tRiEIt 7 R. 23 K., embraced J', ( SEAL) J. Thomas: plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradfon (
Mrs. J. N. Kelly and required 'to appear on op' PUBLICATION I' f certlflrate No. 1634. Ae Clerk of said Court. 10.%4t IllIrftnnln I 4 County Telegraph, shall publish t

C. Crosby were visiting December 1. 1941. In the above IV ('tRtI IT ('01 HT. HH I.PORI. AND NOTH'K: TO "APPEAR8TATE Bibs I IN. 19 20. 21, 21 23 14 Worm, Jat'ftsotvilie. FloridaAtty. this Order In next fan* w..I1 'll' IWI'n.

krs. M. named Court and cause, wherein (-OI NTV, 1'.011"I.*"- Of' FLORIDA) to Danlela 16. ate. '! It, 19, Hampton I'arlHec. for Plf Issues. 'j'
c. Rosier of Ratdnesday divorce Vradrard whose resi .. my-hand and official seal i ,1
plaintiff seeks l.tRY. luIJ.novl. F.'lhln. :3I-.12 Twp. 7 H. R. 23 E., I h. .
County Telegraph shall publish this II Hlaft Plaintiff vs embraced under said certificate No. IV ( IH('. IT ('0. ..'1''. RKAIIPOIflI ) Ktarke, V,. this Oct. 3s, 1941. t"", 't..t 't.
I"1* Mrs. Orrt-T In next four weekly Issues 1."atd Hlatt. Defendant.ORDER You are required to appear on 163S. -01'VTY. .( IO..IAr.M.Af.: ) A. J. Thomae '
J. u Parrlsh of Witness mv hand and orCI"lal seal IAur. OF PUBLICATION December 1. 1941, In the above Illks 30, Il. 31, 33. 24. 35, 36, 37. Mildred E..I'.r..n.o.tl.1':1'. .. f'l.rl ot..I.Iolrt., : 10-31 4 I iIlI. ) !
utler Fla. this Oct. 2". 1941 "u APPEAR named Court sml cause; wherein 3* 39 l'IRlnUt ( Fla.
were visiting Mr. at Starke. AND NOTICE 40 13, David Parsonage., .. 11..h.n. I
1Ili C.
Earl .OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J. ThomasAs STATE OF FLOIUOA to Laur. plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford 23, 24"J" )nJ Hec. No. Atly. "I. I ,' "
; Kirby Saturday. Clerk of said court. 10-31 4t 11-21 etta whose. residence Is un- ('Connty Tel.lr.pl shall publish this Twp. It. 21 .i.: embracedunder 11.OIIJ1 OF PUBLICATION AND

nel Mrs. Alton Dobbs) and T. Frank Landrum. Starke Fla. kl> flat.. Ord. r fOlr weekly Issues. said ;I r "a ,). 16.16. ('' TO A n IV ( ... COI lIP HUAIlFOHIl i if

r, Eloise Atty. for Pit. You are required to appear on Witness: my official seal! 4 41. 44 In hampton STATE OF .I'JA : David .IHI., r-I.OHIl.tl IV ('hANI .' I
w e r visiting In the above at Htsrke, Int. in. 1941OFFICIAL Park 7 I .
'4 December 1. 1941, .rj.n k.I'3t.2:2 Twp H. R. 22 E, Parsonage. residence Unknown.You 1:11: %'. 1
Mr,. Jim Anaond of named Court nd cause, wherein ( A. J. Thomas .. said ".rUeca'. are required to appear oDecember : s-.atYMMn ,t

Sunday. IV: CIRCrlT COIHT, Pn8DFOIflCOiTY. plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford Ae (Ark of said .o.rt. 10-1 41.2 Nn 163H. 1st., 1941 In the above P Owen H. Oliver, ... J': .
und PI.OHIM i" ( .."- ('County Telegraph shall publish this The assessment of the said: pr name4 Court and cause, wherellalnllff Oliver, I..r.ndant.PlalnUe.c. No. ..;. I
Mrs. Q. H. Blount of ('ERY. Order In next four weekly Issues iv rinri IT 101 ItT. NR5IYOJI1) erly under said certificates : seeks dlvorc. 1.,1' :

t1 and Mrs- Ouy Lnd".y. Plaintiff, v.. Ruth Witness mY hand and official seal ( FI.on.\1 iv (1"". IUI. 1530, Still 16.13 133. ?ounly Telegraph .hal p"II.1 Fr.'nrd ORDER OF ,'I'II.IATIO. +. ,
Eunice Box Birch D.r.ndant.ORnER at BtarKe. Fla. this Oct. 29 1941. ('ft''TY. 16)6. : ISIS w.r In .th. Order In next '.lr .. .i es.Witness AND NOTICE j. ,
"tbter Joan < Starke Pt'RLICoTTOSANI OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. thomasAs M-yrtlo A. Ilobbs. Plaintiff, vsIfarlan. :1.int' my hand and official STATE OK* ) A"I'I. LucJ .
lUng Mr. NOTICE Clerk of said court. 10-1 41 1.2 II. Hobbs, Qase Certificates shall b. at Stark. Florida this Ort, 20. .liCOF"'J'IAI. Oliver, whose residence Is Unknown .
and Mrs. C.' C. OF FLORIDA to: Ruth John J. l.nd..n. Aty. for No. 1541. I.t.ndant. redeemed according to law the HEAL) A J. Thomas' '.

Saturday night Birch Llndsey whose resldenie ORDER OF PI-BI.ItATIO. properties described there In will cl.rk said "Court.'I 10-24 4< 11-1 You are required lo appear 01 t

I IR'TIT tot ItT- BR.'I POROOINTY. AN> NOTICE TO APPEAR8TATE he sol.l to the highest bidder at Maurice W. flnldstetn, Jacksonville December 1st., 19f. In the abovi k
Carrie Smith of Pine UnYouWafe required to appear on iv FI.OH.UI.. ('H.\Vf OF FI. )niI>A ..: Harlan the Courthouse door on the firstMonda"y Florida, Atly. for Plf.iv named Court a, .u.., whereii .
'Pending this week with December 1, 1941 In the above ('. Hr.W.lpr. H. Hobbs, Co. 2420 C. C. C. Corps. In the month of December plaintiff seeks divorce. Brad fort

i4t and aunt. :Mr.. and Mrs. named Court and cause Bradford wherein> : B y.... Plalntr. v. Munford Alabama. 1941. which, 1941.flats'S la. the 1st., day of December ('luiti.IT (OI'HT, Nil 4 1IYOH UI ,'ount. Telegraph. .h.1 publ.1 ,
seeks divorce. tn next ,
plaintiff You are required appear on In wo.kl:
M. tuu. Ii'
"Osby 01 NIT, "I.OIIII" IV I hl4NI'Itb'liiathia' : .
shall this Y.al.r. In his list.. day of Octets :
December 1st. the above
pubth Issues.
bdi'rin; Tel..rapl I..u... C< "oF Ut.' A. 1.. 1941.'OFFICIAL. Pnyd 1. Plaintiff vs. Tn. official sealat
"oiU named Court whereiiplaintiff Witness hand
Bennett weekly PUBLICATION .
of >F. 8. lloyd efendant. Cas No. IS?: ant
is ,' .
; Jasper SEAL) A. J. Thomas : '
.11 .
hit my hand TO APPEAR seeks divorce BradfordCounty )ItIE't Htarko. Pin ct. 21. 1941.OFFICIAL w
>A. 1941 :OTlrF Clerk of Circuit, Court, llradfonCounty
IOn-ln-Iaw this J. ThomasAs
and daugh- at $Htark. Fla. Ic. toCathe- Telegraph shall publish TO API-EAR ( HEAD A.
Bllel Mrs. tOFF1C1A1 AI.) ThomssA ITATF 613 Twelfth this Order In next four weekly Ilal..t Florid. Clerk of Court.. 1 121I.
Yeager. .
STATE I>F lo: Troy HIloyd. 11-3 t
Floyd *)
1 1
Crosby.PARTS 1 10-31 1 1 FIAnl.
Clerk of said court. 4 street. Altoona. Pennsylvania. Issues. % 4 1.1 of III Drive. Cl A. Ih.n.. .I..on"II., s'lor- .
John J. B.nd.r.on. Esq. Aly. torPit. appear on hand and official' seal South ..... Ida. Aty. (' .
are Carolina.
D.eo le1mdt: 1 : I above at Wln..lv this
UTa __, named Court and whereinnlalntirr (OFFICIAL SEAL, A. J. Thomas 01(11'.T. f"OI'IT. CN( inv You are required to .,appear on NO'FI(11 I.
..u. I
BRVDFAIIIpJ.SRiwii ) seeks divorce. Bradford As Clerk of said (', ,,Tl, 10-11 4111-2 Julio. 1.fOIUI, December lit.. 1941 In the above
"'lT Ala l'I"lntrt. TO WHOM JT :
IN ix (1I8.: Telegraph' shall publish this (I. A. H'ephens Jacksonville Flor. named Co.t and cause, wherein 11AVONepu:thaton

.0 TIRES: (('nt'STY'.;RY. (Order'nunty In next four weekly I IssuesWitness Ida. .*tty. for Pit.IV dant c....a".t. 11.OltDElt Whnot. ld.n- plaintiff seeks divorce. Hradfori You the wil'lay.of Decmebsr. A. D., "

: REBUILT Hires. Plalntlt. rs Alma my hand and official, e.ai OF AND County Telegraph .h.1 publish this 1941, at :1''iu o'clock In the forenoon -
Order In next 1
IR.\TORS. 1554ORTIEFI this Oct. 29. 1941 NOTICE TO AI'PEArISTATE ls.ues.Witness ,
AUTO Ca. at P1* TimriHfl: IT f'O"R'r. or as soon thereafter aa the
% '\ 111. D.r.ndant.pt'HLJCATI'4 : SEAL A .2. Thomas FlfU.T. OK "'. : Walla.-. rny hand anil oHI..I..nl
rt Jl | Ci. 4 UHf I IT 0 F .11'tn same may be heard, the undersigned *
.7 CASH FOR APPEAR said court. 4t 11-21 UI" resident at "I.rk., Florida, this O.-t. II, 194. :
R.', ANn NOTICE TO As II-I ll) ANI> .0... IH".rotll Ev.r.1 Whynot. ( ,. A J. Thomas liertrude U. Hundelsman.Intends .
y tovS TRUCKS or STATE OF FfnTUO" t.: Alma J. A Harrison' .acklnvll.. Flo. ('ot''TY. IV < M ( -: Inknnwn: As Clerk at M1AI4) 10-24 4t 1114Starios to apply to Honorable A.
CONDITION. .. whoSe re.ld.nce I. Enkeown. Atty. for Pit. Harold W Smith vs. Ices EdwardsSmith. required to appear onftec.mher M., Jennings. / Adklns. one of the Juo... of th*
required 1st., In the above Jack.nvI1 nf the JudicialCircuit .
circuit Court
U4 "
Yell are 1:0: VIa Atty, for Plf. ) .
I..ab named Court cause, wherein In I
sad December ,. ,4 rinrt IT RR4flPOJfl ORDER OF .FRV.M AND of the State of Florida
Autos $25 named Court and cause. COI'NTY. ffU..T.. | IV CH4.V- VOTICB plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford S and for Bradford County at t. .
op plaintiff ...k. divorce. Bradford CENT. TUB STATE ur FLORIDA: To Ine County Telegraph shall publish ChicOrder VOTICH or "P".U''T.O' office In the Courthouse In >
County Telegraph shall publish this Olannandrea BarnsfiaPlaintiff Edwards Smith residence unknown In next four weekly Issues. Poll T" 11. City of Starke, Florida for or II-
ASKINS Order In n.xt COlI weklV .. v > Aar.ab.D.f.n- It la hereby ordered that yon are Witness my hand and official seal <..>at. Mill .. IdNOTICK cease to manage take charge .of, ; j
Witness mr and officIal seal ".. VI.. an iMcewbcr 1st at Starka.ylnrlda. this "c.18. 194*. IH HEREBY lIVEN and control her properly and to ,
AUTo PARTS at Ftarke. Kla. this Oct. '0. I f.O"PIC."L dant.ORDER. oS' PuBLICATIONA511) 1941..lr.p.t" above entltloi (OFFICIAL HEAL) A Thor... That Ruby A. Hayes. hol
( ) A. J. TI.m.A. NOTICPJ TO APPEAR Cour. to Di of Complaint fll- Aa Clerk of said Court. 10-14 4t 11-1 Tax Certificate No. 434, Issued the .
Of ''Iowa .. Rosxt IS SfAL urt 10-39 4 1-2 STATE OF FLORIDA tot VMoBarnaba In the above entitled ri. A. Stephens, Jacksonville Fla.Atty. Ind day of September A. 3has HEAL) Oortrude B. .Ila..hl..o

is.. .for M. Flf Popl.rAtty. .ack."I.FI whose residence !. on- cause;)and Bradford County for Plf. filed same In my ."P.I an< 14-tt t 1-2



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M..Griff were shopping In. Jacksonville : Thursday
double Harking, HIGHLANDBy Wednesday. night war en
Patray MIsis Beth Wimberly number of 1t18hJand foi) bJ

New Sinclair Tanker Chili BarA Gets AttentionThere Miss Maggie Burton Is visitingher reported a nice tlme: .
J. R. Smith and ion. Ray, of sister In Keystone Heights. Mr and
Launched Ahead Of Schedule deal was consumated recently has recently bee a Baldwin were visitors here Mon- Mitchell Milligan of Jacksonville and daughter Freddie Mq

whereby Frank Farrara, who distinct Improvement in the, day.Mrs. was a visitor her Friday. were visiting a.t the Of 8-, ,
came from New York three double-parking ,situation. Police, Winifred Wimberly Miss T. T. Blackburn of Lawtey was H. C. Wimberly Sunday Of
months ago to be chef at the most' Beth Wlmberly. C. M. Griffis andJ a visitor here Friday.A Mrs. bOlD D
Holtzendorf has spent vis
Paramount grill, comes Into possession Ben and down F. Griffis were in Gainesville play and Hallowe'en Carnivalat spending a few of LaIfleJ
of his time walking
of Pat's Chili Bar. He Call street-mostly on up the pavement Monday night. the Lawtey School House and Mrs. S. C. Harley, 1Vj 11
purchased. the business from Godwin
checking and Mr. and Mrs. Denver J -
-watching up
James Patray and leased the of Maxvllle -
motorists to beware of and children were
building from L. A. Canova fora warning He carries Inhis hopping here Monday. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
period of from three and a half hand-visible to the driving Mr. and Mrs. Tom Handley of My Many rears Experience Makes It Possible fop Mil
[i : I to five years.' mbllc-a good supply of red Baldwin were visitors here Mon- EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEn\CI ae...
Mr. Farrara will Install a horseshoe MODERATES
to do PRICES
tags, which doesn't seem day.Eddy
counter which will accom- May Cumber of Jacksonville DeWITT
any harm, from a psychological C. JONES
modate 50 sons, and ten visitor here' .
per standpoint. "Ben" will use the was a Tuesday.Mrs. Starke,Florida
booths which will seat 40 more, tags If it becomes necessary! Winifred. WImberly and C.
he said will
Wednesday."W e -------------
asked the Telegraph to
handle only the best of foods," be He has
also helping to revive -
aid, "and will specialize In Italian cooperate by
the "hour- parking
spaghetti and sizzling steaks. '
oyAbove The place will be called was talked >of so much when the Phone 159 We Deliver
meters installed. It
"Frank's", and will be' open for parking were Leila's
would be bad If, at the same time
business In four or five weeksor .
by the time the boys return the parking meters were removed, Guy's Market Large 8 x 10 THE SMARTEST KCOIFFfRKS
double parking were allowed, and Groceries Meats Fresh
from their Carolina maneuvers. -
business who drive their cars
"We will have the latest in everything men : AXDWEARING
to work should leave them in Vegetable Platinum Toned
he aald-"everything1 will .
be refrigerated. We will throwaway front of their businesses on Call Quality' Merchandise Low I APPAREi
street all day long. The situation -
the key, remaining open 24 Prices Portrait
would be one.
hours and will 20 an impossible
a day employ Phone 149
How about more cooperation with
>ersons." 225 S.. Walnut St. (Choice of.4 Poses)
The transaction, including all the police in this regard?

: ;' improvements, represents an outlay Coupon With $5 in

,{., I(, ''',.'f I I of between $0,000 and $10,000, Tom, Dick & Harry Purchases For

t,.". ,...t .! klr.. Farrara stated. With Every $3.00 Cash
: irtr! t. Tom Dick and Harry appearat
i J".t.4j-.' the Bradford County Fair in SAVE YOUR SLIPS -
,.,.1:. ,... .;.. Novelty ShopJim
I :; -f: "' ":I& person all this week! Annie Mae 25c and Coupon
( ) 3. S. Sinclair Superflam y F Y..rJ has three
H. Loverln and Irving W. Glover, 12, of Theressa,
prior to launching. (Right) Mrs. which -
male pigs by those names
who several weeks
Harry A. IltMHan who christened will be on exhibition there. Her ;REGULAR
root beer
opened a manufactoryIn
the Superflame.One S the old Star store location In father, William F. Glover, has a

the Hollingsworth building on S. registered O. I. C. sow which $2.50 VALUE
of the chips recently 1 Walnut street, have recently gave birth to 13 'pigs on Monday "Monk" Dinkins .
launched, ahead of schedule according added feature the "Starke October 20.CIange .
a new -
to H. E. Tucker local Novelty Shop." Service Station The Rexall Store

agent for the Sinclair. Refining Most of their novelties are made OfficesDr.
Corner Temple and Platt Sta.
Company, la the new tanker';.SIN of coconuts and sea sheila. These P' Phone 64
CLAIR SUPERFLAMK"1: ..buUtthe "' by gentlemen are both from Miami .' A. W. Bloodworth, optometrist -;

Fore River Yard of the Bethlehem Dade County, where there are who comes to Starke from 1 Coupon With Each Obtain Your Coupons Corner Call & Thompson Sti

Steel Corporation. "Ships many Seminole Indians The Indiana Lake City every Wednesday, and From
like this one." Mr. Tucker pointedout cold running water in every room have made most of these has been occupying a front office GREASE JOB OR Cooperating
"are one answer to the eastern 'and reading lights over every ovelties. Out of coconuts they up-stalrs In the Adklns buildng Merchants With Every $1 Purchase

oil shortage. The SUPER- :berth. have made "Indian faces," which at 129 East Call street has OH CHANGE

FLAME has a capacity of 95,000 The vessel Is also equipped with make the old-fashioned pumpkin moved across the hall and will
barrels of petroleum products and ack-o-lantern look like an elderIn bare the offices of Dr C. W.
in a month's time will haul about the latest type of fathometer
the Church, In comparison. Jones, chiropractor.
which automatically gives t h edepths
8,000.000 gallons of oil from the
They Indian dolls, shell i
of waters which the
Gulf to North Atlantic
ports. electric
lamps beads tom-toms, BOATDRAINBy
ship Is approaching, a gyroscopic
The keel of the vessel laid
was ,
'Bon Art Studios
compass which steers the vessel Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis -
on May 31st and it is expectedthat automatically; ship-to-shore telephone P. S. Stores, Inc. Bradford CountyTelegraph
the ship will be in service a I ; radio directional finder, Gets Navy TrainingEdwin W. Snyder of Tberessa was So. Walnut St.
month after launching, or three visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Grif- 145 W. Call St.
together with the latest
months ahead of the original very the weekend.Mrs. .
Sheppard, son of Mr. over
radio equipment.The
schedule Mrs. Harry A Hassan, and Mrs. T. H. Sheppard of New Maggie Green is visiting Phone 174 ,
wife of the manager of the Marine SUPER FLAME Mr. River, has been chosen as one of relatives in the Vanderbilt section One Coupon With Every
Sales of the Tucker says, Is the third Sinclair
Company, christened
be apprentice seamen qualified this week. With Each $1 Purchase
tanker to be launched at the Fore Renewal
the ship. to study at a Navy Service Arch Prevatt'and Harvey Subscription or
River Yard this and threeothers
The' ship was designed by the year School, where he will receive 16 Gainey of Jacksonville and Mrs.
are on ways there at weeks of intensive Instruction. P. B. Prevatt of Hamptoa were
a; Sinclair Refining Company's Marine this time. She Is one of ten
Young Sbeppard visiting Mrs. Z.. ,Z. Griffis. Sunday -
Department to make over 14 tankers obdered by the CompanyIn recently enlisted '
knots per hour and to carry the in the Navy and has Just -.
:May 1040. The other four are -
largest cargo for her weight ,and being built by'' the Federal Shipbuilding completed his recruit training at Joe Griffis and ,daughters,Ruth.RebaaneJ r ,
size.: It Is the last work, In com- '' he Norfplk, Naval'Training' \ Sta- : Myrna/ of Clay County
Corporation' at
Kearney. were Mr.: and Mrs. C. A.Grifft8Sungay. .
fort for the crew, with, hot and N.: j.' ion. He will now enter the Radio 'visiting .
School at Indianapolis Ind,. This 7yi:' ? "
la one of the 20 schools in which Mr. 'and' olrs/''teci; Griffis' were OFFERS .

Loses Fifty DollarsBob I Brownlee On Leave the Navy trains the best of its visiting Mrs. Griffis' parents, Mr. ,

enlisted personnel; j'''' and Mrs. R,a t 0 sgh} Thomas, of
Bell,*Camp Bland Ing salesman Capt. J. W. Brownlee returned Green Cove"*Springs Sunday. OILY FORD' ,TRUCK

with the Starke Coca-Cola Friday to Camp Clalborne, Gets Sea DutyRoy Mr. and Mr .j Eugene Griffis

Bottling Co., was robbed of $50 La., after attending to business and children were visiting. Mr.
at his room at the home of A. E. matters and spending several Lester Morgan, Jr., of and Mrs. Richard Lee of: BethelSunday. BUYERSA4

McKinney 0 n West Call street days' leave here with his parents Starke, who recently enlisted In .
Saturday night, October 25, ac- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown-i the U. S. Navy recruiting stationIn Mrs. Jim Hornaby and daughter -
ccordlng to employes at the plant.It lee The 131st Engineer Regi the postoffice building at Jacksonville Hazel were visiting Mr. and

seems that he went home ment, to which Capt. Brownlee has been ordered to active Mrs S. F. Griffin Sunday.

tired after a hard day's work and has been assigned as a member sea duty. He has just returned /
retired about 10 P. M., laying his of the Dental Corps, has just received to the Norfolk Naval = 6 1t85/
trousers bulging with money on orders to report to New Training Station, following nine A AND TWO

a cedar chest right at the bath- York where it will leave for a days' leave which he earned upon
room door. The next morning his "tropical assignment" generally completion of six weeks of recruit BoatingBathing

$50 was gone, though the pants. believed to be Trinidad, off the training.
were there, coast of South America. Young Morgan Is among the

Mrs Brownlee will probably return 20 percent of recruits who were

MANUSCRIPT CO\'EUS-$1 to Starke soon and will occupy chosen for Immediate sea duty Ford Trucks for 1942 now ogee four power choices to
per 100-BRADFORD COUNTY their home on E. Washing with the U. S. Fleet.
TELEGRAPH. ton Street. Bowling rnafcbyour special requirements!This means (1)You haul
better (2)You haul for lessl .You can choose between
At Hall
City two famous V-Ss-unsurpassed in combined flexibility,speed' ,

Miss Patsy Edmondson began Billiards and sustained power! A spectacular tigb torque SIX-the

Prompt Service Careful Drivers work recently as assistant in the moll advanced SIX on the marked ASrpenEconomyFOURfor -'

office of Carl Johns city clerk. higher economy on multi-stop deliveries..There are

She Is filling the vacancy left by Bar-B-Q also 126 chassis and body combinations-to cover practically -

Starke Taxi ServiceLocally Miss Helen Cowling, who has ac- every load-carrying need!...Arrange an 'on-your- \

ding cepted a position at Camp Blan- }Job' test today-and you'll find the Ford unit that gives the

Owned and Opeated Miss Edmondson Is a Starke Chicken Dinners right power, handling ease, economy and long life urvict you

girl, but comes to her new work need on your kind of job!

Phone 150 from the FSA office In Mac-

clenny. Prior to that time she Shrimp Dinners h

. Day. Night was also In the FSA office at r
---'".: Live Oak.

TIIERESSABy I* Cold Drinks

Mrs. II. D. May

Gulf Life Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivanand I Trailer Park

daughter, Mrs. A Milliken,
Were shopping In Starke Satur-

AGENTS day.Bobby CottagesGood

ROY M. STONE Hall of Starke spent the
W. R. (BILL) ALVAREZP. week-end here with his cousin

O. Box 308, Starke Florida Truman Dickinson Fishing
Mrs." Thornton Johns and children -
of Hampton were visiting
SEE US TODAY-TOMORROW: IS Mr. and. Mrs. L. G. Johns recently Beer On Tap

I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. King were
shopping in Starke Saturday aft By far the finest Ford NEW MASSIVE STYLING.
ernoon. Trucks In history-meetCreate* drive comfort.

Mr and Mrs. Riser visited relatives Meet 'Your big more than 95%of all e..r More before conveaieaces, than D flfl
in Lake
City Sunday.Mrs. hauling needsl I .

W. L. Raley of Keystone Friends At ....",.,..,..-, a ?a MORE
la --- THAN 2' ME.
visiting her son. D. L. Raley.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper, Mills Two V-8ae High torque Six. MENTS-Including new '
Ida Hagen and Henry Hardee Kingsley Beach Super-Economy our. radiator support yoke, TRUCKS s /
were shopping in Starke Friday e improved cooling new
afternoon.Mr. 126 CHASSIS AND BODY aat-trpe distributor aadCOMBINATIONS ,

, ii '& Do Your Tradingwhere W. M.. and Packham Mrs A. were H. Kelsey business and LAKE FRONTAMUSEMENT WHEXLBASE& ON 6 :::ae: rfJ1a! _cpU for AND COMMtflCIAlAndrews CARS

\k visitors In Starke recently.A ,

6 pieces Rogers Silverware are large; crowd of young folks PARK Motor Co

I given away with every. $40 in trade attended a Hallowe'en party at
or certificates. F. S. Dodd's on Mldlakes Friday

Are Redeemed night. Everyone reports an en- On Road 48 Near Starke Florida
Joyable evening.
y CUoeII GARAGE Let's all cooperate and make Camp BlandSng

--' STARKE, FLORIDA our County. Fair a n enjoyable I
event. '- Z'JZ wiS THE JOB OF HIGHE'NOV'71941

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U-3E UHA"TS MGKG |THE OPPORTUNITY IAE GOT SOME OF 1 Learn as yop earn in the Navy
1 -
ro AMf31rIONAN AM81TIOLIS \] eFF CAM odd trades you can learn in the Navy.
77 LAD KIM LEARN Want a steady lob with no lay-off?
1xm1 MOST AMVTHIM'I l_ i: You're sure of that in the Navy. Want

t tl 4i lam. e IN TH'q. ( 1,, al h l ( RI N7? free meolt..free board...free medical
% ,.. NAVY NOW
q.- and dental care? You get all this in the)

( C U. S. Navy.If .
M i c'-
2N st4',1 you are* 17 or over this Is your great

55 M Ili 1'M' l/ opportunity. Get a free copy of the illustrated
fr t tIi '1 i booklet"Life In The U. S. Navy."

y from the Navy Editor of this
1 I I, newspaper.
GgIG! ..
Ii i .
j Sl 'I d l y
1 I ;i i4''' ( l :OSE.RVelOUR COUtJTRYI" !
i4gijjp lil I y ry,11 tlll : BUILD SOUR FUTURE
/ ;E .w,Ow.... M Vw4gM-.e T. ON4, ;' !

had been torn from, home, family, at It 'all. But *
I remember this; batlc troupes from South America own farm. !! Darby stated this week. No trace
:ountry and temple.! They were Underneath the foamy waves".of headed by the three famous Fly- The 1942 natonal! goal for pea': has been found of the thief.
transferred to foreign soil. Their the surface there IB always the ing Dlegro-Fcinandes acts; the nuts for oil will l be 1,900,0001acres
| property was confiscated. Their deep sea that supports all.I new high school and liberty horse The Increase Is being MORE SELECTEES CALLED:
I young men were sent to the frontline advise you to deepen your offerings, headed by Vlscomt Ro planned to provide oil to take
trenches of the Assyrian spiritual lives not to save your berto. Vasconcellos, the famous the place of oil Imports not now The following named men have
um)'. In anguish from the skins In this life or the life here- Riding CrUtlunls; the great TrueEl. available because of war conditions been selected .tor Induction by the
depths of his soul for his people, after, but because you cannot juggler; the three Flying Con-( local Draft Board and will report -
the Psalmist cried, "0 my God. live without It. cello troupes, with Antoinette. In to the armory at 9 a. m.,
my soul Is cast down within me." all, GOO perfol'mers.Peanut .
Laictey MethodistThe Monday. November 10: Carl
Someday each of us will have Greatest Show
a similar Hasty Cliff Austin Kelly. Henry
experience. The ultimate
Herbert Hazzmd pastor -
ca1 fitness is re the crews of the various crafts tragedy of life Is the person On Earth AcreageTo of the Lawtey Methodist H. Hardre.: Merrill M. Johns Lee
tailors in the U. S. Navy runs high. In addition to basket who all his life has known To Head This WayWith Be IncreasedUnder Church, announces that pictures Frank Stalling, John C. Wynn
;aval Reserve. Excellent ath- ball-football baseball,boxing, only the gay moods of life. This of the World" In colors will be Harold Hugh Bradley James
facilities are provided botht bowling, 'wrestling and tennis all person does have happy times. Mr and Mrs. Gargantuathe the national food-for-de- .shown at the morning service Claude Addison, Ernest Thomas
t and ashore.d rank high as sports with Uncle His gay mood Is answered by Great the world's most pub tense program, Florida farmers next Sunday while colored slides. Daniel Cavalla and R. F. Eaton
above are bluejacketshe Sam's sailors. Organized intra beauty and human will be asked to Increase their Jordan.
love. But some licized its will also be T:I
aircraft tender U.S.S.bt fleet competitions are held for most gorilla couple us super- shown at the evenIng .
holding; basketball pracon sports. Trophies and individual day this person has a date with feature, the Rlngllng Broil and plantings of peanuts for oil by service, 7:30: P. M. Bible :1
: shipboard. Almost every awards usually are presented to adversity and out of the depths i Barnum & Bailey Circus will exhibit 90,000 acres In 1942, according to School Is at 10 A. M.STOLKN KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST }
In the U. S.Navy has Its own the championship winning teams he will cry unto the Lord. But I In Jacksonville on Saturday H. O. Clayton chairman of the The Klngsley Missionary Baptist '-J.i:
tball team.Rivalry among and players; low and behold his life has been I November 15.: bringing to that Florida Agricultural D e fen a e TRUCK KECOVKKKDDarby' Church will hold Its regular V|

void of religious depth. He has city 1.600 people 60 elephants, 1,- Board.In pick-up truck which meeting next Sunday at 11 o''J: ?
I made light of things spiritual by 009 menagerie animals and hun- order to have seed for additional was stolen between midnight and clock a. m. Preaching by the pas ,
[ritualizing Our Churchgoing .."' ..: ,II iii' 14 pure neglect.. In an hour like dreds of hones. The perform- acreage Mr. Clayton Is 3 A. M. Thursday of last week tor.
that how shallow our lack of ances will start at 2:13: : and 8:13: urging farmers now harvestingtheir was recovered Friday just outside
rpts From Sundays Sermons Our personal depth is usually spirituality is. P. M.. with the doors open at 1 crops to save enough pea of Hampton b y deputy-sheriff\ Te ..".".
i Rev Chaa. Allen of the self evident. No one hides the Whatever you may think of.the and 7 P. M., 'admlttlnl' the pub- nuts for( planting next year. As Johnson of Union County. But II'....,. .( COLDS
)1trlan ) 1is secret of his own shallowness, No prodIgal son In the gospels. He lic to the radically restyled menagerie total acreage of peanuts In Flor- two new tires which "had not
time ago one of the outIng not even from himself. When we may have been flippent good for gorilla tent, horse fair ida In 1942 Is expected to be about been dl'lvfMten miles" were.. missIng -
church leaders made make decisions we know whether nothing, wasting his father's substance and big top all redesigned( by double the 94,000 acres this year,, and the switch was torn .....id Taal.ls
latement. "What the Church we are faithful to our best selvesor In a far country. What. Norman Bel Geddes of New York farmers will need about twice as up "% W k % ...!..- No.. rl..ee
most Is not new members not. And what Is more, other ever you may think about him, World's Fair Futurama fame much need as they did for this were The enabled thieves without the key V-FV-rX-r ('..Bk D e.es
needs to make better Chris- people know too. When we are at least he was sorry for his mistake Among the .outstanding features year's plantings.The by re-wlrlng the steal switch.the Charles truck I Try. "Huh-Mr-Tl.m1-......f.l
disloyal to a friend. We know and ,to 1.1.'....
of the ones ,It has. What man enough say to the fan 1942 Florida goal for peanuts
are: new fairyland
leader had in mind was that that In that disloyalty we are himself, "I will arise and go to Mr.) Clayton explained, will
t who are Christians need to shallow. And our friend usually my father, I will lay my case be- tasy. "Old King' Cole and Mother be 184.000 acres, of which 73,000 I
to their Spiritual life. Which knows It too. Jesus did not know lore him I will let him judgeme. Goose," designed and costumed will be the quota for edible nuts INSURANCE A N D BONDS
t say that our Nation Is In beforehand that Judas would betray ." How shallow we become 1 In by Bel Geddes, with ensembles and 11,000 acres for oil. _

of a deepening o f. its him. Dut he did perceive InJudas' the face of what we know about staged by the famous Albertlns I Farmers with 1941 AAA allotments .
toal life. Which Is to that character a shallow streak God and his justice and goodness
say Rasch Hollywood and New YOI'kmusical may sell quota peanuts to
ere In need of a deepening which prepared Christ for the betrayal to us. show dance director; Alfred other farmers but the latter HAROLD C. WALL AGENcYConstant

DUR) spiritual life. That Is that followed. What fools we make of ourselves Court's three mixed groups should fill out the sales memo-
I by persistent worship in dt- Let us consider In the first when we church members becomeso of performing wild animals of almost randum Included In the marketing

lervices, by consulting the ,place that our Spirituality Is wrapped up in our earnings every known specie, appearIng card. No farmer can sell 1941 Service Over 50 Years
I of Gad .in private devotion. sometimes" terribly shallow until and profits of business so that: simultaneously In three steel excess peanuts to anyone exceptan
riving even harder to live we meet with some great tribula the deeper spiritual significanceof arenas; the .new Blrdland aerial agency designated by the gov-
r the pattern of Our Lord tion. When the 42nd Pjalm was life go unheeded by us. Life ballet starring Elly Ardelty and ernment without Incurring a marketing Please Phone 146 StarkeInsure
>ICing more sensitive to the written the Jews'had been taken may not seem so( serious to some costumed by Max Weldy of Parts;; penalty, but he can retain
s of our fellow men. Captive by the Assyrians. They' as all this and'some may wonder the many aerial and novelty aero- excess peanuts for seed for( his'

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suffered lacerations about hilarious team of Stan Laurel and Reddish
Funnymen Errol and Auer and them under the following scale: Phelps are e
13.000 to $ ,OOO, the head and Mr. Thomas sustained Oliver Hardy in their. newest With "marately atttiht
the radio favorites Merry Macs Up to $3.000. $5;
and knee laugh hit, "Great The boys
elbow ,
KEYNOTES RED CROSS APPEAL are highlights 0 f this musical VT.OOr 13.000:: 1010,000, $10; $10- an Injured arty for coin
"In the now" and their
to "neither of them Is In dangerous are army certIficate uu
with a Hawaiian background. Don 000 to $20.000; $20; $20,000 of PUblic
condition.' antics as rookies are a real blitzon and :
Raye and Gene de Paul, song $40,000 $30; and $1.00 per $1,000for blues. necessity '
team known as the leading ex- all over 40000. The car was towed Into Torode'ngarage
::. .,1' ; ponents of "boogie woogle," fur Extra charge will be made also but looked as if the junk For Friday and Saturday the olIn6It opThe
would have been a more fit- Florida announces a double feature I) 't 8l1f
I nish six new tunes that you will for lights and plumbing. yard Staiel1 : '(
1I be humming a a you leave the as follows: Up to 2 outlets $2; ting place for it. .program that brings "Tanks Week. If ,t Plur II aatrfea r

I! I theatre. 20 to 50, $3; 50 to 100 $4. etc. When the accident occurred, the a Million," another laugh-filled parties 'lahl\llIlI IIvlnll', 1111.

'Plumbing permit will be charged lone engine was going South fora story' of Uncle Sam's draft"army, to the"1 nd d .ur Rly" .

Named for at the rate of 50 cents for load of cars, whlleHhe. automo- and 'Down in San Diego, new and to all ullknn"'n,' rte p
I Ib Hall M-G-M drama featuring Ray McDonald salt any
D it / each fixture. bile was headed toWard.'Starke. dxshwhlch'nu
Building InspectorAt Engineer' W. T. Hill said he. was and Bonita Granville as a situate Bradlort ku
about pair of young sweethearts In a Ida, and d""crlb.d t.'n..,,
rI Train And AutoIn backing at'the rate of eight .NWII, and a. folio
the Council 'Tuesday of espionage laid against a of the
City I miles an hour and saw the car story s..ctlon 26. TMp. if t o.
I, night Ben Hall was elected Building CollisionAt 300 feet away, and sounded his background of the famed U. S. 20 ida East 8rafore'Co eh

whistle and bell repeat- marine base.Circuit You
Inspector for Starke a new warning and
2 o'clock P. M. Wednesdaya known nnlfni.,0'tmed
: Witnesses said the car was or rou.
rate for building permits was established edly.
to provide for his fees 1941 Plymouth coach, driven traveling at a high rate of speed. Court afaliiHt you a suit In theh"1 hero I
and definite' by Col. W. R. Phelps of the U. of Brartrord Count ",, "
for such services,
100-ton Q. M. C. Next Week No. 167E by Pthel t Blapira
S. Army, and a
plans were considered for the "Dive Bomber"At tiff anl In "
engine collided at the new Camp of you and alHU which you
establishment of a building code E.
J. Doh
Circuit Court will convene Monday Cleone M
railroad crossing on Donllny!
for the city. Mr. Hall, veteran Blanding FloridaTimely H, H. Carlton, hb "I
local contractor, will enter upon Highway 28 at Theressa. The November 10, at 10 A. M. ('arltun Llv.. Stork d"lnll hUll

his duties at once, "under the car bore a Virginia license! tag, as tomorrow Is "Dive Judge A. Z. Adkins announcedthis defendants In Bald. -null: I.into Ibo Ex.rollt h""?!
until such and Col. Phelps had as his travel- Bomber" the thrilling film which title In the 10 quletM,
National builders' code week. At this term of court
phis 10"ld
time as Starke can establish its Ing companion W. H. Thomas comes to the new Florida Theatre the case of James Pledger, colored fee "lmpl" title rtadoacrihed Ind.r

I __ kp own code." The Injured men were brought Sunday. The big I technicolor charged with the murder of by required to:inn and\ oar you er
In a truck to Starke and then special tells the story of t h eNavy's In Reno will or by attorney) In "It CPtI
Mr. Hall will inspect not only Taft Grant, negro, cause on O"c''h.r' 110' Ce.
the building itself, but also, with rushed on to the Camp Branding unsung heroes who 'fly come up for grand jury investigation. allegatlora of complaint, ot IIIRlntltr.1111,,,,
base hospital in an ambulance according more for science than for glory Will bo taken
such assistance! as he may deem The shooting occurred October tensed hy You
advisable, electrical and plumbingwork to reports given by State and who. made possible the development 7, Grant died October 14, County nah'd Telegraph 1. Th b<,rotor p

as well. No explanation Road Patrolmen E. D. Drtggers of dive-bombing. and Pldger was arrested in Green paper In a. which the dUly quail'',,"

for this action on the part of the and O. L. McArthur, ,stationedat Fred MacMurray Is co-starred Cove Springs October 16. (hllHh.,1 once euh thlnotln Berk. f
Council Is necessary, sire it is Camp Branding with Errol Flynn and the new Among other cases to come"up turn day weke prior to

obvious to all that the Starke At first It seemed that both feminine discovery Alexis Smith, seven men are charged with the at Witness Stark my hAnd andoplp,!

boom has brought, to light much men were in very critical condition .I who has her first important role same, offense, as follows: Paul F. Ida thiN Xov.nb.r nl.R, 3rd"fount .
poor and unworthy workmanship. I but a telephone call to the In this picture. Young, Carl Poll ng, Harrison Clerk COFFICIAL'I.of .) A. 1141 J.1

As of this date, those who desire hospital late Wednesday night revealed Tuesday and Wednesday the Johnson: A. C. Lee, Frank C, I County., Florida'Ir"ult Coura, Br

I building permits will purchase the fact that, while Colonel Flol'lda'will bring its patrons the I Smith M. B. Milligan and .Vtrgl T Arty: Frank. t t L"ndrum i

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,. THA'S wIT'LOTS OP TIME TO VISIT THT LANDS UJERE 1 KEEP WAV( GORSH!l No rwil to pay. No food lo buy.No Jooei'i

TH' LIFE F. n OF-ROMANSKAN'OPPORTUNIK4/\ RETIRED { FROM TH E d.miel'ibilk.lven.modN. and""Hi.mitu
E H b :-ILLBET VA WISHES VA ADMIRAL X NAW. nwnt era fr*..And w"'ftyo." Rr1I'tnIJ..1Io|

1 0 WAS. IN THe NAVY ? reef you $118.00 worth of unilonwl

}' ,' i / And U you wont to Lam a trod,At N",|
t :Q, TELL \ \ I \\114. the place to do it.There or.forty-fn.odd!UK

., Q "' you can Uarn...training ihot'l worth,, h4ol
v' r tZ? yJ dollars the first y.ar.
5f1 e The Navy effort the chance cI f a Eton
3" I younpe.nlfyovar.llaome.onea" ''
ti' of Ih. illurtralid booVlol "UFE IN THE II

.Frances Fcdden, attractive Bronxvllle N. Y* artist's model !Ie the 1941 .d l-, NAVY,"from the Navy Editor ol Ihh imp,
Rod Grot poster girl. Thousands of posters like the ono pictured above Simply writ or coll.
have bssn distributed throughout the country calling attention to thisyear's
Roll Call membership appeal. Painted by Bradshaw Crandall,
prominent New York Illustrator, the poster carries a national defense I ; Sv a;. @ SERVED40U FUTURE COUNTW!

theme! portraying the aotlve part being taken by |h' fied![ Cross In I GET IM THE NAVW MOD

...--......4!',..; _,_::.::-.NMinga!: .armed forys. ._. ,;j....; -.ardlA.aeElsJ i i
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Routine Meet I i:by about 500 acres, Irish pota-

'toes by 317 acres corn by 200 -wye4e I" 't' .; K T(' \\t\\
For Commissioners I acres, and hay by 300 acres.
Dairy cows to be Increased ay
Louis Parrlsh' requested the 100 milk production to be Increased -
Board of County Commissioners, by 50,000 gallons, beef WHICH OF THESE 45 JOBS

In session Monday, to assist html I|cattle to be marketed by 100- ,
In getting a Job with the WPA, | 000 pounds or aboilt COO head; '

whereupon the Clerk was In- hogs for market by 200,000 lbs.

strue ted to communicate with the j or nbout t 1,800 head. Chickens !

assignment office end ask, ,that tcbe increased by 14 percent; PP YOJ| .ANT' RIGHT MOW?
Mr. Parrlsh be employed lmmed egg production by 12 percent, and ,

lately if po alble. turkeys by 10 percent.

The Clerk was Instructed to The farmers are requested to 1' '' k ,-

write concerning the State the Road$40,000 Department of Brad I cooperate In increasing these FREE TEeHN/, 'TXAMMffi WORTH *S00.b
Items of food In this county next }
ford County's funds which went year. 4 Ji y xt8ECO/NE :A''' NAVAl' EXPERT RADIO
to the Department under the D Aviation Machinist '' ,.
D Torp 1&man \ P Aerographer: -
Gasoline Tax Law, .1| ELE&THeNEA lY RFI!
Andrew Sessions was allowed FSA Advises D Printer D Radioman 'D Diesel l Engineer AY/.AT/O .

$$ per month from the pauper Full PlantingFor D Photographer.. D Boilermaker D Fire Controlman OT/ER TIiMPES.ANQ '(OeAr/OI!$
fund. Lester Raley was removed
from the pauper roll. McKinley. Next YearAU D Bandmaster D Aviation Metalsmith D Fireman DRAW GOO/PAY WHIII,YOU LEARN

Davis was raised to $3 a month. families Q Painter D Turret A'OM'
'Aaron McGuire was raised to aided by the FSAin :Captain D Diver choose y0vx JOB THIS US1'

Bradford County are urged to O 5 DgrapherQf D Seaman ,. .
$4 per month. save back sufficient of their cur- D Parachutist ; '

The widow's following pensions were : approvedfor Lizzie rent crops to assure full planting r svtriclan D Carpenter D Welder' -
of next 'ear's advises
Emma Lee Chevls and Lois } acreage D Patternmaker Horizontal I '
Tyler Edgar H. Klueppelberg County D Bomber 1:] Water Tender
G rift iti.
supervisor. O Pharmacist's Mate D Ordnanceman
Notary Public bonds for Jos. D Storekeeper

E,- Wllaon in the amount of I Selection of the best varieties D Metalsmith D Molder
D Hospital Apprentice I
$500 executed by the Fidelity of current; crops for next season'suse ,

' and Casualty Co., of New York, Is an act of good husbandry, D Shipfitter D Yeoman 0 Cook
said Mr.. Klueppelberg and is
was approved; as was also that' o Biker Steward'
' D Musician
recommended by the FSA under
. of J. C, Lewis for the same
normal circumstances but withtoday's DJcal Mechanic D Bombsight Mechanic C
amount executed by the Ameri- D Commissary Steward ,
Co. ,of New York. apparent shortages it Is
can Surety ,
The Board authorized the Installation almost necessary that enough O Dental Technician D Boatswain D GunnerD

of seeds are stored to guarantee supplies Quart.i-master NAVY WIATHIN MAN IXPERTMIWtaffe
suitable lighting Bugler Q D Signalman
fixtures In the office of the required for 1942 plantings.

County Health Unit. Application This is especially true 'with WIt.
of Abe Goodwlne for treat. peanuts as the expanded acreageof -

ment for tuberculosis In the all farmers cooperating with

State Tuberculosis Sanitariumwas the national call for production, How It's life in the Navy! Red blaod k
together with brisk demands for I you can get steady pay with regular increases up to a great ww
sports, ashore or. afloat! Boxing,
Plat of the Plnehurst Subdivision all peanut may products develop Indicate in avaU-thatshortages $126 a month (and keep) guaranteed by the ,U. S. Navy. baseball, footballl! Free movies.. And you get fiusl
of L.. A. Davis was exciting far
pre. shore !leaves at home and in such :
able seed
sented to the Board for approvaland supplies. Under the the South SeasTODAY'
for entry In the public records programs now planned..' peanut ;' the Navy offers you the chance-of a lifetime as Hawaii Alaska Latin America read about.,

'Ie of Bradford County, The acreage will be doubled in the LOOK WHAT THE U. S. NAVY to the top in a job of your choosing. What's York-places most men only

plat was duly approved for entryIn next year's undertakings."Aside AND NAVAL RESERVE OFFER YOU your hobby? Radio..flyingmechaniceTheNavy can B008U
plat book 2. from the savings farm- make you an expert in your field through free training Get this FREE
FMCC' TRAINING worth $1500. 45 trade and
ers may make in the expense of vocation to choose from. worth $1500 a year or more training that pays big Mail for free of"Life
next coupon your copy
Dyer Urges plantings by having 0000 PAY with regular Inereaaei. dividends whether or not you remain in the service. in the U.S. Navy."24 illustrated pages.
their[ own seed at band, by careful .
EACH YEAH you are entitled to a generous You don't need money. You don't need experience. Tells pay vac on4e
selection and romoyou
Farmers Here storage the vacation period with full pay. The Navy you can can retire
quality of the seed may be safeguarded GOOD FOOD and plenty of it. you both. And it guarantees you regular a life) income. Describe how you can h
To Cooperate ," said Mr. Klueppelberg FRET CLOTHING.A complete outfit of cloth- caoh pay plus all living expenses while you learn. learn any of 45 big-pay trades .. bow

The supervisor gave a word of ins when you first enhat.(O"rll00 worth) If you can qualify promotions will come your way regularly. many may become officers. 27 scenes '
The Food-for-Defense program caution to families who plan to FREE MEDICAL care,regular dontal attention. }; And pay increases with them. After only four fromNa'ylifeshowingsport..andgames
U beinglaunched! throughout the you may play, exciting ports you may
make selections and lay by their FINEST SPORTS and entertainment. Dozing, months you get a raise in pay. And by.the end of your'visit.. Tells enlistment requirements,
nation in
an effort i to get the baseball winuntng.And movie,too.
seed requirements. There are first enlistment increase and where to I If between
farmers livestock producers and TRAVEL ADVENTURE THRILLS You can't you may your pay seven times. apply you are boo.DHheNavYfoHhoml
several .Important steps to be 17 and 31 (no high school required)
'- I As a Navy man future is assured. You Jifhisp.aperror.toI
poultrymen to produce more feed considered when storing seed your embark obligation.Ask Uw Navy Editor
and food next year, for the nation Families who wish more informa- BECOME an appointment AN OFFICER to the M.ny Naval can Academy work for or on a life of travel, adventure" thrills. Many may rise to telephone him. Or mail him the coupon. ygca1I;

and for neighboring nations according tion about seed storage may discuss the Annapoli of the Air at Penoacola. ,. be commissioned officers. If you complete 20 years or penny postal card. .

to County Agent L. T. this matter with the County FUTURE SUCCESS.U'e eaiy Navy-trained more of service, you may transfer to the Fleet Reserve > <
Dyer who has charge of the program agent or visit the local offices of men to get aood-paylnllJobaln civil life. with a substantial income for life. If you return to civil WEAR THIS BADCE OFHONORllfeftu! syr)
for Bradford County. RETIREMENT-PAY for regular Navy men. life skilled free booklet decide to apply I JJ
the Farm Security Administration. your Navy training makes it easy to land a you I p.a.et
..;Last week Mr. Dyer says. good-paying job. Navy,you will receive this smart ""t
lfc_ district meetings were held It fa a badge of honor you will M P"J

((11the state where the program M..."
Park To ShowHawaiian -----------
waa thoroughly discussed and Are you considering joining a military service -_ -o_r-
made for the drive In the I I coupon
plans Musical Tear send this :
various counties. He attended the .. I f'
to the this newspaper
meeting in Gainesville, bringing Starring Jane Frazee The ? Navy Editor of
Don't wait. Choose the Naval Reserve length of time remaining in their \\: Pksow.
en* "
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back sufficient blanks to signup Merry Macs Leon Errol and Mia- Tho Secretary of the Navy has liatment." t / I Without any obligation on my part "ba..twevrg,0,
every farmer in the couutj, cha Auer, the colorful picture announced: "All men now enlisting in R.-mbar-the regular Navy and J! send me free booklet .'LiCeintheNavy,. I" Hiry;
which he says must be done: by "Moonlight In Hawaii" comes the Naval Reserve will be retained on Naval 'Reserve offer you the sam I tails about: the opportunities for men in the
the first of December. His office Sunday to the Park Theatre. active Navy duty throughout the per travel, training, promotions, pay increases. Naval Reserve.'flOV
force is working overtime preparing -: Miss Frazee. featured In the iod of the national emergency,but they Physical requirements in the) I .
will be released inactive Naval Reserve ....... Find
the forms for each Individual "Buck to duty aa are more (
popular Privates" and ....--
soon after the emergency as their services out all about the Naval Reserve. Send Name
farmer. Downs, with whom she teamed In can be spared, regardless of coupon now I ,
The goal. set for Bradford "Sing Another Chorus" are seen 15j

County Mr. Dyer gays! are: In a romance highlighted by their :;::1; -' I -

vegetable acreage to be Increased efforts to become radio stars. IIYE,1fgUR 1 BUILIYOittR IiTUK Tow- og
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