Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 28, 1941
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of heaven

UMb a1XTyT1l1IE 1S''A.1UU'. ..FWR1DA rt.. RlDAY, At,\! 4 II, D. 1841>> NUMUEK TWENTY-TWO

I Facilities At Farmers' Market Four-Star Picture At Bla FT|fttng i

w ., [Sewage Plant Is Possible. Jl

To Accommodate Growers
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lated Berry Season 'To Start Soonreatly Pulpwood Show Edwards Starke Says Seems, Vital Certain' Project E or ,11' :

( improved facilities and the same low fee for Under ProgramA ,,/ f i'-

tiling will greet Bradford County strawberry growershe x. Draws Big Crowd .....'
State Farmers "Market here when the season gets $100,000 disposal plant and sewage system lit an I II'mediate f ,t ,
A full swing about the second week in April-providing w Increasing Interest In the possUbiiltles prospect for Starke, according; to '.W M. Edward;'' f 4l i : t MI

Ither conditions continue favorable. of growing pine timberas chairman of the City Council., Pursuant'' to the meeting at ( i r, r

idding fair to be the latest season on record here, ber- a crop was evinced. by the the City Hall Wednesday of last week, at which Roy'S. "

I not expected to go into mass production until throng of more than 1,700 spec Braden, engineering consultant with the National Defense .,I i.

Imd are April 7, A few are now being "scrapped," and are tators attending the mammoth Council, Washington D. C., and other hitfh' officials were, ;
pulpwood cutting demonstration present the matter was taken up with' Congressman Lex: t)
mending a fair price-said ,to. be as high as $5 pert '
Tuesday on the N W Man-
instances, al1Igh J Green and also with State WPA j
f! in some sell tract a few miles south of
I dare of Jacksonville. Most favorable reports have been re., "J t
is still ,
quality poor town on Road 13. .ceived out of Congressman "-1tt .
mong the new improve- Lex And Masons I t The three methods of pntpwood Green'a Washington: office!, I :
hts that will greet grow-i ''operation: clear cutting seed tree Interview ,
and also from! 'a personal! -
to the Day CampTo
when they return i i cutting, and selective: cutting, >*Uh' ,him in" Starke, : ,
rket this season is a new Trade LotsEarly were graphically' Illustrated 'and I ttl
Mr. Edward*',saitl: 'yesterday."The l"
tion block, 30 x ;6011t (the advantages and distidvunlagea
of : Starke
convenience enabling this week a deal 1 of of each explained. Clear cutting Open MondayThe City :
era to drive i through Interest 'I Four generals\ at one shot is me unusual score made ;by The : gives the landowner the largest tidally, pledged l (..t the of"I"I
finally the
a load of berries pass- I i Dixie's staff photographer when he caught enough tars ((20)) in one Immediate cash. Income but new "Day Camp" -a recre- sponsorship. '
i before the bidders with- whereby Congressman Lex group, to start a new constellation From left t9 right: MajorGeneral leaves absolutely nothing for the ational project of the WPA, -willopr Mr. Edward. It* said. ;We promised '

I having to leave their,i and the' local Masonic .Benedict, Fourth Corps commander>;> General George C. Mar, future., Seed tree cutting- yield Its doors to all children of to),:raise' $10,000 or ,i?

eks. The bidding buyers swapped lots on Call, Street. I shall,;:Chief of 'Staff of,the United States Army:: MaJor-General' John : almost the sumo immediate income school age at B. H. S. at 9 o'clock $12,000-within; the next six' :
monthsTbe'balance'' Is to be ;
', : but leaves few Mlin WllhelmlaUKsco ; 7'
a choice Monday morning
C. Persons, commander of the Division and
and 31st
lit in a grandstand ante Congressman Green owned ; Major.G.neralMorris oufofWPA? '
for funds. While\
trees for reseedlng Selective of Jacksonville, paid ;
; their' >bids to the'auc- strip 68 feet deep but B. Payne commander the 43rd Division The picture was purpo-fn. programdirector : I;"'; ,
only cutting maintains a timber of recreational activities, definiteword, has as yet com? 'r
the berries pailS through feet wide I taken during a recent Inspection of Camp .a landing General '' '
ecr as to by
I adjacent ; stand in such condition that a In charge of the camp, was In from Roy , der's' office 'u : .
| blockS place. Then the Masons owned Marshall. ': to thai outcome"of the project yet .
portion be Starke
may cut every few Tuesday perfecting arrangements ? "J
popular auction method' ; of lot 62 1.2 x 58 east of this ,F years thus assuring a permanent for the opening. She since ,"Starke Is In a defense" HoVT" %, I< P,

ling which met with suchJHSpread Then Congresaman Green Huge Telescope cash Income to the landownersand will have six NYA girls an her lion and unable to", faktuarer', r..b1r...'i4 [r![

approval among: grow- another lot 63 x ,60 -the one Camp Blanding a continuous supply ,of timber aasltttanta In carrying on the Itself. It certain to> i rdgtt, 1-- :,\t,
last year jtfll1 again be used whlcfis'situated the small BroughfHere' to Industry. This third methodIs work. Her tentative program for said Mr. Edwards.The l{' ;'. f i 1'1
j season, Market'Mnn; ger J. L'' i building'which houses the' H, .1" ',' ( the one strongly recommendedby each day beginning Monday will i money will be used 'to ''t'. : !

btry has announced.' "0 u litrners Wolfe and the L. B. ,A. 12 1-2 foot telescope, '9 Now PercentCamp the pulp mill and forestry' be as follows: pair' and extend the present wand 1 r
are convinced that the Construction Companies. Inches In diameter, has been on officials who wish to prevent denuded 9-9:20: A. M. -. Flng-ralsliyr, newer, systems' continued H MI

Ion method brought them a Congiessman Green traded the streets of Starke for a weekor r forests program roll call. Mr. Edwards "using what'; we ( ,I
|er price for their berries lastr lot with the building on it ''Blanding; S'h e Army Container Corporation of Jacksonville .9:20-11: ::30 A, M.--Active playground have 'and 'adding to It. Thia'wm' .1.1'' '
and by popular'demand we the other, in order that he two seeming to draw the training ground. t that started served free barbecue at games--dodge boll, dla-I cover Reno' and the entire''''cor :\ *:
the auction moon, saturn, Jupiter and other growing and didn't know whento limits of Starke. ;L t, ;
I again i use be able to utilize the 3-foot noon and furnished entertainment' mond ball, buond ball tennis, ., orate ; a
Ihod," ''1>lr. Gentry said. The Now the Congressman, planets so near U1aa person stop stands' .,today. "98 percent in the form of the popular Jubilee 11:80: A. M.-12:00: M. .Preparation ; ;''i
kket fee will remain at the i purchase a 10-foot strip at can almost reach out and get complete. 'Hillbillies from station WRUF In for lunch cleaning up lining Barber Robbed, :

i$ low figure tbat was. chargedyear. I rear fron:Judge E. K. them., John Janson world citizen, All in a J 0''r-- construction is Gainesville, A feature of the day up, etc. Beaten Up J '

owns a lot all In one piece 55 has this mounted on his finished with tfi., exception of"cleaqup' were various contents in sawing, 12:00: M. to 1 P. M.-..Lunch '. 1'
addition to the new, auction i X 66, while the Masons own ,Work .which consists chopping tog rolling, and hog hour Those who are able will "Johnnie" Lewtv barber' In Bill ;"#tJ
Lit, 7,500 square yards of new lot 63 x 64 'and a' building: automobile and these planets i principally of treatment of high calling Paul Crins, one of the pay for their own lunches while Mundy's Post Exchange BarberShop I t
\\'tig will be In readiness prong i The Telegraph presumes may be seen clearly any night. ,ways, motor'; parking areas, and outstanding axemen In the United those who are not able will have NO', 69 at Camp Dlandln*. a j

growers with ample room everybody is happy. He and his telescope have been the painting of buildings. States, gave a demonstration of free lunch- -In tho same manner was' severely.'beaten and robbed I anj
parking space and 'driving i While the contract has not traveling together for six years. : A few figures' were released chopping: In which he cut through as lunches are served during the al(, I, A '|f.' Sunday by throe unidentified I

ugh the auction block. AMinit : been lot, Congressman Green He attended the New' York 'Indicating that,, water lines, 'elec- a 12-Inch log In 22 seconds while regular school year ; men, He bad just ,left 'i;: 1.:
restroom building' has soon begin the erection of a World's Fair In 1940 and all tric lines sewer lines and other the best time 'of',other contest 1:00-1:30: : P, M_story,'' hour, the Those Ftifada 'Barber Shop j''
in constructed offering accom- story brick building which during 1938 and 1939 had his projects have been finished. ants was 48 second. Crlns also and community singing. In Btarke wb.... .1.11'. Mundyihad, .t\\

Tclatlon for men and women house! three stores according telescope in San Francisco Dur- The camp's ,sewerage disposal .amused the crowd,with stories of 1:80-3:00: : P. M.-Hobby period. paid Mm'',off".foe. the ''week.; H*, t.' '

h white and colored penons.r. Ic( H.: 'Mathe, Contractor. ,ing the night he showed his plant ,Is completed, as are OS 'the mythical Paul Bunyan, and This program will be 'varied each wa walkln8". '-' ong near'' theOrange ': :*.
will also be a modem per i patrons the '"stars.:* and during miles, of watr lines 133 miles by shaving tbe beard front a Unlyr day. i Some children will be doIng Lines' ,hue Station'\, ,and X r ; i

'station, Installed 'by' D.' K. Duncan :Child. Hurt the;''day he,turned the mighty"ZIIsV4eleecoparwlth"Itspower. of, electric Ilnde\ ity of,\iFlorida' forestry student handicraft while'' others' are aid ,,he.was J Koln,j.9..1P.kL..b; ; ,
rte, 'represtr1ta1lt i ,- * "
lies Service OU Co., I -Margaret Rose thre ful lenses magnifying tel to 120 I aid simultaneously yerrtarjd, two 'iJ
M Duncan. 000- square ''Yards of.:open&: : motor Among tM high-ranking foresters 11I.00-0":11'11I.: .
times on the famous Alcatraz 3.00-3:15: Flag-lowtrlng. Chit ."' a rid'Iii.a
'AII of the facilities of the year-old daughter of Mr a n storage pavement and-,29 miles of. !! and 'pulpwood officials 4MI
ket are' open-td' the public, Mrs. K.' O. 'Duncan, was run prison a couple of miles distant. railroad., : p*resent were;, H. J, Malsbcrger, dren will- be taught', handle the 1931'' green Plymouth, coupe, 1,' j
use' of "I saw the prisoners so distinctlyand flag. X taxi :,driver--, It Is ),said,,' advised ''Rij
we encourage the by an automobile Thursday, A total of 1,188 have Florida State Forester; Dr., Wll- +{
m," Mr. Gentry said. "These was rushed to a Jacksonville so often" said Mr. Janson been constructed man Newell director of 'the Florida "We hope to promote 'good citizenship him not to got' with ,the 'i' ,, M
: on the reserva- '
accommodation were made pital for, X-ray and "that I got to where I could \Morv! besides three tent theatres i Experiment ,Station: I. F, and fair play along men; but he .-oC' In the ear. and 't
able by state and county The extent of her:; Injuries recognize them." with of I Kldredge of the U. S. Forestry with our organized fun,"' Mlm i they drove 'off, Later In the' : 6 I
a capacity "If.
approximately '
dR, costing the local growers not learned. It !Is said that "I am going to stay in Starke 2,000 Service, New Orleans; Frank Fluico said. "Occasionally we will night somebody 'picked him upon
[thing. "When the berries are Duncan was backing out of for two more weeks," said Mr. unit. persons per Hayward general manager of the have a community program-Par the outskirts$ 'of town. The : I.
-I had driven out on a, dirt I, r i S
"be- ents' Day-with children participating men
"ly, we urgently request farmto garage when the car door Jansen Wednesday Southern Pulpwood Conservation I s
> bring them:' to the state open and the child fell out. cause there will be a moon. Camp Blanding has a total of Association; I* M. Loftman, general and adults looking on." road given Lewis'a sever beatIng
10,529 pyramidal tents. Three and robbed him of more than ) ...
rket," the manager ,concluded. front wheel ran over her body. manager of the National .! ..
cold storage plants are to be com Con talner Corporation; H, S.Newlns Hi-Hat To Open $30.No ,
National Figure pleted with .oapaclty tot 225 clew-as 'to the Identification 'I ::;,
head of the University\ .
Visitor HereMiss tons. Two laundries are under Saturday of th..,mn has been found i
Ilea For Religion In Life construction each ample to care tof' Gillette Florida, forester Forestry with School the; Chas Sea-. though a /taxi .driver' said he i' s
Dorothy White an assistant for the needs of 20,000 to 40- The HI-HAT; Starke'. newest would know the ''men it he ever
bord Air Line Railway; H. M. I
cashier of the Florida Bank 000 men. food and beer place, will open saw them again..>. !1 f'.
ffeard Senior Class Wilson, former president of the .
By 8, tomorrow Louis Shafkln, prop. e. i 1"
at Starke since January was Monday approximately 4,077
Forestry Association: and '
i M tor, In spending some $7,000 Auto To Be Given
distinctly honored Wednesday bya civilian employes were on the Wayne Thomas, president of the ;
["Rome was not built In a day Itt'I visit from the national president reservation a somewhat different ,,: Florida Forestry! and Park Asso to $8,000 in renovating and furnishing At Legion Dance ";'
IIher( was the Panama Canal. It soul. The first business of of the Association of Bank picture than that In late Decem- elation the space next door to ,

'k years to bring about woman man's life la to have Women, Miss Emma E. Claus, of ber when the civilian employmentmark the Camp Standing Military Supplies A super': 'ferage. So It has taken years seats In his soul. He must Gary, Ind. Mlsa Claus was electedto was 22000. The day's events were part of Headquarters which he also will ,b4t given away 'at the t r
'' a region-wide conductedby j l
bring religion where it belongs' In program owns.! Joe Riker, now managerof ri
you young people whereu this high office last September Camp Blanding 'U today a city the Southern Pulpwood( Con- American Legion-sponsored 'dance a
are today. Your parentsow life."Out at Atlantic City, and this Is of paramount Import, constructed : the "Esquire. In Miami will to be held In the Armory here t Ii !t ,
servation Association supported
what I mean. With them In the back yard her first tour of the Southern In a semi-circle'around KIngsley be In charge, Mr. Shafkln says Friday' night. April 4. The Legion .'
by leading Southern pulp mills, to
was a labor of love to bringu sits a work table but half division of the Association since Lake ample tor accommodate a Is backing .the dance forthe : tr
good forestry practices ;
where you are." Thus spoke ished. It sits there because that time. brigade of corps troops three Individual promote Mrs. O. P. LlklnM. of Atlantic benefit of the. R. H. S. 'Athletic : "
In the cutting of timber. t ,
Rev. Cha!!. H. Allen of the my lack of time to complete Miss Claus made a special visit regiments and a Head- Beach, is here for an Indefinite ., fund :r''

esbyterlan Church to the grad- I say I don't have the time to Starke to call on Miss White quarters battery, two Army divisions period visiting her sister-in-law, Tickets are on safe at the Can- : '
tlng class of B. H. S. In the finish the table. There It who Is a local girl. She Is the of approximately 20,000 men National HostessOf Mrs. James L. Frazee. Her son, ova Pharmacy, the Tic Toe Tap, t ,

nual Baccalaureate Sermon de- In rain and shine. Some day daughter of Olin W White, anda each, and Army maintenance Y. M. C. A. Here O. P. Likins, Jr., Is a patientIn the Magnolia ',Cafe Magnolia t '
'ered In the school auditorium it remains there it will be graduate of B. H. S. Miss the Camp BUndlng Hospital Hotel Park Cafe, Ilatfietd's PoolRoom M

May night. warped that it will be White' has been with the bank units.MaJ.. James R. Rundell the Miss Eleanor Wilson, National and Mrs. Llklns wUh n to be near and all Post' Exchanges at

Some 40-odd seniors listened How apt Is this Illustration since Its opening. March 1, 1937, ,construction quartermaster, previ- Hostess Secretary of the Army where she can visit him often. Camp Blandlng.. t

ently as Mr. Allen continued: us, unless we put religion resigning a position with the ously announced that between '4,- and Navy Department of the Y, "

"For 12 years you have been It belongs In our lives. Peninsular Life Insurance Co., 900 and 6.000 civilians will be M. C. ,A., spent Sunday in Starke, Blanding Hostess On The Job I It tt1
all Gaul Is divided
ring with chem- the
mathematics divide Daytona Beach, to accept employed to complete construction -j en route to Miami where she A (
rY trigonometry; you haveen three parts so we place. work:; spoke at the State Federation of t
biology., hlatory) /* English thinking Into three parts. The American Bankers' Association I Women's Clubs Wednesday Miss t" '.' "
they have taken yout! You turn, to the prophet Amos to with membership of Wilson's chief responsibility Is to
a 1'
ve brought"your 'studies Up to what: he says ,'What concerning doth,. 15,000, Is composed of three McKinney Captures'I I cooperate ,with I and organize ;:q } A
faith. I
certain level or requirement. religious branches said W. B. Sewell president More I ladles' auxiliaries and otherwomen's
'u have fulfilled those Lord require of thee 0 man, ., ",*" :I'J
requlre- of the local bank. The third groups who are l ..
'nts and have done well. But to, do Justly, to love mercy branch Is composed of women Road Patrolman, Melvin McKinney In helping serve the men .... "
re Is one course you have, not to,, walk humbly with thy Cod employes In the banks 0 f has added another 40 gallons In uniform all over the United i
"a required to take. It Is the "First we think 0 f America and Miss Claus Is the to the collection of Illicit States.

'irse' of your ownphilosophy Justly. One of the most president of the American Association "moonshine" whtakey that he has I In addition to advising with I 17;
life. ant things our Lord did on of Bank Women. Intercepted i In recent weeks. Secretary R. B. Wear about the \ ,I II

"May you think of yourselvesthe was to teach man the L. M. Butler of Maxville was Army Y. M. C. A. In Starke. Miss I i.'

,shore of a large lake. of personality.! Farther"we Contest picked up by McKinney about 2 Wilson met a number of the cit 1.Ji'.
ere are some 42 of you andy of loving mercy. Our Lord Jump Rope a. m.. Thursday morning, five I izens, visited Camp Blandlng, and ,.,
you think of yourselves as so exceedingly hard on tbe Winners: NamedMiss mils out on Road 13 between had an Interview with J. K.: Johnson

pplng Into 42 rowtatoats. With man who turned" Lazarus Starke and Lawtey. ,At least his the University Y. M. C. A. f V! n
ur graduation behind you and his door because he couldn't Helen McGrath. youngest 1B35 model Ford coupe four I secretary at Gainesville.Miss .
fur diploma In ;your hand you to see a man inhuman to member of the WPA staff assigned kegs (forty gallons) and $50 Wilson was delighted with I
'p out Into the sea of,life. Someto men. Finally we turn to I to the American Legion were confiscated For what else! I the fine cooperation the peopleof I

college, some pull toward Ing humbly with our God. Recreation Center, has been con- could a poor man do? He was I Starke are giving the Y, M.
home, some toward a Job. Some are we going to do with ducting Jump rope classes at the caught with the goods. So he{ C. A., and complimented the
you row straight others In Christ? Here He Is and here local school during the last two reached down In his Jeans and Women's club members for their

"net' curvea There area few are. We- cannot escape him. weeks. These classes closed Wed- forked over the $50 bond to 'public spirit and enthusiasm.

you who are going around has made such an Impression nesday with a Jump rope tournament keep out of jaiL
small circles our lives and our culture, the children of the ,sec- f
round and round. for This Is the second time he has Recent Births
OS6 of you w boars going are we going to do with him ond and third grades. been picked up In recent months.So .
mind In small -circles are pull- There ,1 LI only one thing-to u Six ribbon awards were givento when McKinney saw Butlersleft Mr and Mrs. Laurie McKinney.
g on but one oar. You pull him as a matrix for our the following children: Second brake smoking and pulled Starke, March 23. girl

I'd. but your eforta get you no- alities; center our lives about grade: FIrst- Edna Coleman; alongside and asked what was Mr. and Mrs. Raiford H. Man- Mrs. C. W. Chalker of Starke Is shown above as she assumedher

Ue. Possibly you have lost And then, what Is God to me Second-Helen Wbitfleld; Third- wrong the JJg"w up. "What do ning. Lawtey. March 23, boy. new duties. hostess In the Dixie Division "hotel.! ** on. 'of the newly, ?
ur oar humbly with thy God. Mr. and Mrs. John Alvin North
; possibly have Walk McCollough. have in there-whiskey .
you life? Delma you opened service clubs at Camp BUndlnz. The "hotel" ,Is real acted' ,
Kiected hold in my .
does God .Y..," was Maxvllle March 18 boy 1
There place
something. are asked Mr. McKinney
rtn| concern for Third grade: Fir s tGrace: Ardell Howard to the use of guests of the enlisted men of the division. 'P ivate
things In life cannot "This Is my and Butler handed Mr. and Mrs.
we the curt reply
Seconds-Catherine Gatney;
1 the Crews:;: Herman Mosby makes reservations for visiting homefolfcs. ur
and of 25:
get away with. One of young people Romona Denmark. over the $50. Starke March: boy. I
em M to neglect the human (Continued on page eight) Third- d b v

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play a bit of football in school then go out "At Home" With The Boys From Starke I '

The Bradford County Telegraph to work, marry and start getting fat'." This group fit pictures might be entitled "Life With the Uick- Your Opinion

I Established 1877_ While getting fat undoubtedly has a lest Group of Soldiers at Camp BSandlng' for that in how the Starke m _

Fridays"and"Entered 'as Sec- bearing on the fitness of our young men as boys are described'by the envious outfits from other places. Reason: I FROM A NATIVE SON- three times in the
Published on
MI Matter Weekly at the Post Oftlc f at Starke. Fla. efficient fighting machines, it pales into Starkeltes are only eight miles from home, can see their sweetheart I surely am proud. of my home but died! on the Sena latt' '
mad CUM at will. to hear of little
fried chicken dinner almost town these days- The
._ and home-cooked success
i'e get a ol
beside that of another fac our
"-- insignificance
,- old Starke coming to the front. I attempting to eI!
protect .
tMEMBER tor-the increasing prevalence of venereal am now In California but I tUl victims of these" loan tile

PRESS ASSOOATICNY\ diseases which sap physical, mental, and A NiA lay Hurrah for Florida. exorbitant Interest hila"",
I ry Perhaps some of my friends the future will depenj
.. -- moral vitality. have seen recent pictures of yours measure on the help th"'
_. __ OftoRELf J'fLp1 tL According to the publication of the War truly. Yea I am doing well In celve from an aroused

tATE- Department for 1920 on defects of men the movies, but you don't know pinion of this State Put
SUBSCRIPTION anything yet. I am now a proud we recognize ia Jj
f Yearly, $1.75; Six Months, $1.00-Payable In found among draftees of the first World father-my eon Is Dick Mason the agency for this'purpow the ,> OIt'
' t Ad1'ance. Advertising; Rates on Application War, the results of physical examination of 3rd. I know my friends or some -J, P. Marcha'nt ;
the first million in the United States showed i of the old time ra will remembermy Special District rw i

HIIILE VERSE that approximately three men out of 100 i :__7w father, who passed away some Florida Klwant.

"Roll ye away the stone."-John were infected with Venereal disease For ; years Dick ago.the 3rd Just passed his TIIANKS.- -

this same group, Florida's figures revealed. I first birthday and has made three Permit us to congratuiJ
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK nine out of 100 positive cases. *, pictures so far-not bad. His on the excellence oVT,
with Warner Baxter-
rti latest was
those who Results of examination of the second his you are getting out for .
The poet said: "Heaven helps "Adam Had Four Sona. Like the size of Starke-and .1
help themselves." We cannot expect the Almighty million draftees showed a great increase. fattier and grandfather, he already Illustrated too. "I

to do everything.: That would make with six out of 100 showing positive in 1 say dances.I Starke. Is really on the -Economy DlnjeiJ|

t life too much of a bed of roses. lie is anxious fection. Florida again, figured three times map and It makes me very Ft. Mende, Jij
to give us his richest blessings both higher-approximately 16 out of 100 being' happy. On the movie sets folks THANKS AGAIN
I T talk of Starke and I say, "Are
ourselves diseased. ; i:
material and spiritual; but we you telling me? I was born We have read with a ga,
must put our shoulders to the wheel and It was estimated by the War Depart __ there!" of Interest the article II

help roll away the mountains of difficulty ment that venereal disease caused a loss of -Dick Mason Saturday Comes to Evening Our Town Pot"

b! that beset the path of progress. 7,000,000 days ''of active service i in the The above'acene, might be used for' publicity purposes In places Hollywood, Calif. and your organization to|
where the boys aren't known but can hardly be taken seriously by be
Army the equivalent of a loss of a full proud of the part yoj
nUYE S- )
readers of the Telegraph. From left to right: A. W., Anderson, played In these most unuUl
/* The Term "Good Dictator' year's service for an army of 19,000 men. Morris Jackson, Brunner Baker, Bill Edwards Bob Long. Brunneris Because of the favorable com dltlons. 1

A Complete Paradox? Dr. L. C. Gonzales of Jacksonville, directorof the only authentic musician in the lot. Others posed for accommodation ment which appeared the 1939 1 n session your Virginia Paper c,|
town in Oklahoma Selection: "Dinner Music for A Pack of Hungry paper during Jacksonville
In an obscure country the Division of Venereal Disease Controlfor when legislation designed to bring Fta.

nine years ago when Franklin D. the State Board of Health, in a letter. Cannibals." salary buyers under regulation of HOW RIGHT YOU ,

Roosevelt! was a candidate for the Presidency to the Telegraph this week said: "As to law was before the Legislature I see from the TelegripJ\RE-
we are sure that you are familiar
a misguided "crank" published an statistics:: that have been compiled during ; with the almost successful fight the old town "uln't what ibl

{ article in a small newspaper to the effect the present draft, preliminary figures as of Fkh'r of that session. to be." Understand lira gl

that the United States would have only one March\ 1 reveal the following facts for the kg' The Florida District of Kiwanis as nova the refers"Hitler to, the activitj"
more President-Mr. Roosevelt. After him State of Florida: The Division has received will sponsor In the 1941 sessiona George
bill similar to that which passedthe C. WhtteTallahassee
would 1 come dict1 torship. The people results of blood examinations from 13,017 ,' House of Representatives! : FU

laughed.But. draftees. Of this number, 2,045, or 15.7' T

look at the turn of events today!IIt percent were infected. Breaking this down : + I Senator Maines City Watertank ITo

is cause to wonder whether or not this into races," Mr. Gonzales continued, "there Studies Problems Get Attention I

"crank" was in truth a prophet. Of course, were 8,178 white blood specimens, 340, or

a good dictator-if there is such a thing 4.15 percent, of which' were infected ; and Investigating the possibility of The Starke water lank tl

and if he could stay good-would be all 4,369 negro blood specimens, of which 1- Y securing additional state revenue tog to get the first coal !mm

right. But is not the title "good dictator"a '659, .or 38 percent, were infected." from race tracks. Senator Hal Y. and It ever the.received first one on for the 10 mm ynil
of Bradford and Union
contradiction of terms-a misnomer? Starke, being situated in the center of Mains more on the outside. Tlwii
Counties, recently visited the
One man who once lived on earth had one of the country's ''greatest national defense -, treatment is with a non-petal
horse and dog racing plants at tasteless and odorless matenfl
the whole wqrld dangled as a prize before areas, should take this problem very
I Miami in order to get first hand A. W. Fendlck; reprevJ.
his eye and came away 'unscathed.' But much to heart. We should give our utmost information to their operation. of the U. S. Elevated Tank]

he was more than man I Many a mortal goes cooperation to Camp Blanding authorities, Upon his return. Senator':Maines tenanee Co., of MemphU, M

into public office with clean hands and a doing whatever are called upon to aid Here you see the boys enjoying a few leisure moments around said he considered It possible entered into a contract witil I
City Council last week,
t clear conscience, but comes out with conscience them in stamping out a problem that is the lister agar "cow" This particular' gives water howevernot raise additional without revenue from this- work will begin at a very 1

seared and other people's money recognized as one of the biggest headachesin milk. Left to right: Elmo Struth R. L. Dobbs, Bill Edwards. source burden on placing the tracks a prohibitive them date. The cost will be pi>
Bob Long Candy Dennis Brunner ,Baker the painting and cleaning III l
clinging tohis palms. the military training program. selves or upon those who attend
tank, with a slight extra dl
If ,the phrase "good dictator" ia not the racea. for any repair work that bl
t entirely a paradox, and if America MUST Starke Gives New MeaningTo This Is one of several trips that quired., I
Senator Maines has made recentlyto
have a dictator of sorts in these bedeviled Old Term-"Melting Pot" secure information or to .exchange The Company has been till

days, then Franklin D, Roosevelt would, un-, Webster gives no definition; the'fami views with legislative'''' ,col- ness 20 years and operate Urnlcentljr !
states. In a Georgia
doubtedly make a good dictator! It is one liar phrase, "the melting pot." 'll wever, leagues.: two and one-haS tnl

thing for a fanatical charlatan wholly unaccustomed the popular conception is: "Everybody from With reference' to'plans :ffoi mud was removed from the m

4 to power, to be suddenly elevated everywhere, all sorts of people from all solving State, Senator financial Maines problems said of thatno the The 'work Is 'guaranteed furl I

to master a great nation; it is quite kinds of places, people from every state in .t' 4I- plan had yet been advancedthat years.During the painting of till Ion

another thing for a REAL man, by dint of the union.and ,every nation under the sun; R in his opinion'offered a solution the inside water will!
but that he has that
hopes '
hard labor and natural ability to overcome with all their diversified problems, feelings, such a plan will be worked ,out pumped directly Into t UK m

handicaps of every kind, to rise by successive thoughts, opinions, ideas ideals, likes and j 'L before the Legislature adjourns. mains and no Inconvenienal ril
the lowest to the highest dislikes : of Florida are looking'' be suffered by patrons
steps from politics and religion; this hetero ., "People damage from lack of water! !
office in the land earth. Such of i the 1941 Legislature to raise I
greatest on geneous mass humanity dumped togetherand money to finance the many Ing a fire.'
is the difference between Adolf Hitler and melted into one homogeneous whole." needed activities of our State government .

Franklin Roosevelt. Starke today, is a melting pot. ," said Senator Maines Western Auto I

)hitter does everything for his own ,At least six classes of people mingle together .-, ;<-l-t,' "and members from of talks the Legislature I have had I with feel In New Home Soonl

honor and glory and 'aggrandizement, re-, to make up the present patchwork "
: .,.-.r'" 'I''." '''''.1.(.'_ sure that an honest and earnest The Western Auto Slonl
gardless of, what might become of his people picture here. .....<...1.,; I II' __....,Il" attempt will be made by the be ready for business in I If
Roosevelt does-and would do if he 1. There are the "natives". who were Legislature to do this.. We know location around April 1-1
Steve Walker performs one of the'moat griping uutiea at Blan- to raise
that we have got moneyto *!
here when the boom struck. new building at the Inter
his already
were actually dictator-everything in They dlng-r-cleanln ,spot from |the, flue of a coal-burning: Sibley stove. replace the state ad valorem and Call*
power for the good of' his people; without awoke one fine morning to find i themselvesin With the a
regard to personal results. a luscious bed of clover. It brought now a thing of the past-at least until next: fall., constitutional amendment; that tamp according to V m

Someone has said that the difference them fame, fortune, leadership, and the admiration more money is needed for old age John. 1
assistance! aid to blind and to dependent -
between a Christian and a heathen is this: and envy of the nation. They had ". 'T; children; the State School "There will be plenty of ttal pf
A heathen is always trying to see how many prosperity literally dumped into their laps. Fund Is in arrears and the State apace at the "rear said Mr St
for customers, J
people he can get to serve him, while a They inherited the present situation, and Highway Department needs mo..emoney "and' a tin shed for ctel
out its part in
Christian tries to see how many people he along with the blessings they inherited road building carry that is Imperative tires and installing bstter c4|

can serve. That again is the chief differ worrisome problems of every description. 4,. under the defense program. Theseare l lof the rain." The front 1
of graywith
ence between Adolf Hitler and Franklin 2. There are the people with plenty of Just some of the problems building black will wbi
who here with the sole all calling for revenue,- and this will be It
Roosevelt. money came purpose other' three' sides J
revenue must be raised by some
There is an old saying that it takes a of making more. form of tax." Crete blocks. Fluorescent in

crook to catch a crook, and in the end it 3. There are people without money, who will be used. 1 I

might possibly require a man with almost came here to try again. Ne'er-do-wells who F p w h, S.'L I Stone Announces The aije was Lex purchuedCongre88man Green sic'

dictatorial powers, to overcome a dictator. wanted "just one more chance for a new. iWiiua I New Matchmaker *- of 3000., "The building d'J
If that Is what i it takes to conquer Hitler, start in life." equipment will probably c'|

we're all for it. A ruler with total power 4. 'There are the average people, never "Petey Sarron former world's other 13,000," Mr. St.Hornel Jobs|
featherweight title-holder, has H. A, Horne., of the
who also has the love and well-being of his rich but never poor; never.withouc'a, job, 'd' 4 been engaged by the Starke ber Co.. Live Oak, who W!|
people at heart, can strike like lightning though'never with a 'ver"!' good one-just ., ; I Arena to be match-maker for the St. John's home, is the c l
while in a democracy the will of the people "average citizens" who found' another I r: Monday bouts" C. W Stone, tor.: Mr.. St. John and soul
i manager of the arena, said Wed St. John opened the etch' !
must be brought around to act. It is no chance to make an average living. > rN I. nesday. Petey won the" title from 1, 1939. Business has JW""!

secret how slowly public opinion may be 5. As might be expected, there Is a Ray Miller\ of Chicago and lost especially; since ,the boom >|
molded. The leaders see farther and keener sprinkling of those whose primary object is the title In a''close decision' to

and more accurately than the rank and file to exploit the public ; to make a little easy Henry ArlD8 rong. Sells Like Hot Cake\!
,* Petey Sarron is boxing Instructor
of citizens; but they ,must wait until'theycan money at the expense of their fellowmen. ; ', at Camp Blanding. Mr. More than 1.000 PWJ m|

convince the people they are right, or 6. Last but not least, are those who Stone said, and Just returned Saturday Evening P!rtr'3

until circumstances force them to act, and came for the purpose of doing good regard from New York City where he Ing the article "Defense 01 CM'|
attended the "Golden Gloves" Our Town" (the story
act less of the cost ministers teachers officials "
quickly. elimination ol'J( *
tournament. The six time Starke) were |
Those circumstances are now upon us of various w elf 1 are organizations, boys that he took up there, from Gently according to oRW! |
and the people, led by Franklin Roosevelt, recreational experts, and others of this class. the Dixie Division, who participated the Bradford News Co., B Jdistributors.
Al Kay Carlisle plies out of bunk to the Jarring notes of reveille. In the tournament gave a Around.1. ""!
are acting 1Marriage! These are the ingredients of the melt Note the "longlea" which have probably been traded In for short good account of themselves. were sold In the area II! J
ing pot that is Starke today. Ten years by now. No true soldier sleeps In pajamas. Precious moments the companyBradfordportion |

And Obesity from now, when the mixture has boiled t would be wasted making the change from p. J.'a to underwear. Sunday ClosingJ. I of surrounding area"",,"I 1

Are Not The Worst Evils away and, simmered down it will be inter M. Alvarez: was present at I Normal salea In same

.t A few days ago the Associated Press esting to see what the finished product'' is lVeedCoathangeT3' 3-Ball Licenses Cut the City Council last week In Christian Con 'enti l

carried the following item: like. With the wholesome nucleus that Frank 'R.' Sheileck. Red Cross Pawn broken license was seta the Interests of the Sunday closing ChursH

"A handsome for international( rowing Starke had to start with, however, we are field director stationed at Camp t 923 last week as Louis I of all 'dry goods to"a and grocery The Christian coUlldf l
stores Contrary' city ordinance Bradford and Union
champion, assigned to work out a nationwide willing to take a chance on the future.A Blanding. says that 2,000 wire Shafkin and Alan Roth appeared certain stores, had been meet '''In convention at tItBridie !
physical fitness program declares coathangers are needed in the before the City Council In behalfof ,selling military supplies and other Church this week

that 'We are so far behind Germany In Philadelphia doctor exercise hospital at the camp. Anyone the Camp Blanding :Military things on Sunday, it was said. A
says having a surplus number of these motion by S. E. Sparks, which Promoted
physical training right now that I'm afraidof will kill all germs. The trouble is in gettingthe may bring them to the Telegraph Supplies Headquarters. By this was seconded by O. L. Beasley Kidd
what would happen' if we were called little pests to exercise.-Bradenton office where they will b* pickedup vote the Council rescinded action brought forth an unanimous vote Lt. Richard G. Kidd b
upon to prove ourselves. Our young men Herald. by Mr. S1lel16CL Books and of a month ago when the license "to enforce the city ordinance regarding Starke was promoted U Cud I l
magazines are'alao wanted. was set at $500. Sunday closing." the rank of First Lieu


? fl v .., .

MAR 281941


I .

Y bROOK FARM embrace Issued thereon.the following Said certlflrat dem-rlbed. the lI"w"'I.r Bradford of County Telegraph{ a nme being a' .legal Kale day and (I I that there. Is no person In the I II County, Stale of Florida:, nsseened Hectlon' 8 Township 1 "nuth.. HartgeSO "
property In the County of Hi ad- PuhllKhed In general circulation KUL.H day of raid ..10111'1. and with State of FlorIda. service. of ..lib-I at 8.000. .1 East: I I. embraced' under Certificate w1
w .\J'JuJa Crosby ford State of Florida to-wlt: ".rd. sold County of Brad- in the legal hnura of sale) on said I I poena upon whom would bind the 2. Lots one I. ), two ) (8) No. 34.
Did! once each week for four Ulkthr..a
eonsecutlve date the following described
W I-A.ot 8 landsaad said Defendant.IT and four < 4) of { til of the said prop "
!& '4 of 8W i weeks, .. The asHensinenr
of ? Twp. .ml"tnat. lying and I.S IIK1IER7 OROEnnn that In It. N Dowllng'a addition In No. at:
21 nertlflcate
See. W1TNE8H under said
p.\RTY 8WJ4 6 B. H. 2l: my hand and official being In the County of erty
\y J. R. Kelly .Pnt K-n con In. l Acre, more or U.HM. ;::1.Ihh, Bth day of March A. .I>. btntu of Florida I "' to-wlt: Bradford the Deftudiint, Edgar K. !Mayea! be the town of Htarke< an per map>> 'was In the name of Mrs T. V\
and, he. IH and survey of said plot recorded the atd!
nd Ml's. The UHHemiincnt of the Rnld 1 1 1 : hereby required to appear Ward! the assessment of *
of youngstershome arty under the said fertlflcnte|>ron- OFFICIAL I'IHA' T.) A. J. 1s,1 one UK Two 12) Three (3), to the bill of complaint filed In the public record. of BradfordCounty. property. under said ..ertlfl( ato t<>.
number IB- Thomas Four (4). Five (6). (
Six Seten
eI t a : 14) In the .Florida, In Book F Jj ..I.W.rd.
above entitled )
afternoon sued was In the name of Calvin I clerk Circuit t'ourt. (7) Bight (8).. Nine (9) Ten. cause, wherein peso 3t wait In the name of Mrs '
Monday I the Plaintiff seeks to obtain 5M. Mild lands. being and lying
Byrd J. Henderson a .
Jujin IIoS hJeven Twelve
t tItniese
an- lftto'i.'l! >>, <11 ). and divorce from the Defendant EdrtarFl. !: In the lion h""t quarter of the
r of the fifth Birthday unless said prrtirioHta shall be for 4t 3-28 1111 of Block Twelve (It) In Mayea. on or before Monday{ southeast <.111\ r far of seitlon(2l smut certlflats. sht"IJ Beredeemed

of their I daughter redeemed .ccnrdlnlil'. to law, the I I Temple's Addition" "In the City .of 7th lav of April. A. D. IK4I, th.1 ( >. township six (0). south' of I described according" therein to law will f.n be* K
y guests arrived property dewi-lbed therein will he \OTICH Tn BKPTDlT'(1R11 : 'I Starke wine the allegailons. of the range; twenty-two (83) eastaneKMed propertlvn l at the aR
Little c. ourtlhoune dour" .... '" iv" 1'r toiur INsi> FOIL The. said lands to be sold in aeroidatce hill will 1 Nn taken as ronfosHed by at $400 soul tw thehighest bidder ,
hedfirst first Monday
Maneday with and .t. .amid. Courthouse doer on the
each satisfy
Three o'clock In the on I I4IIA IFOt11) ( (it NTY. r..OKln'' decree the said Defendant. 3. Lntx two ((31. four (4) and KX| In the Month of May 1911which
honoree. Many which /U month of stay. l 4l. 1'Ii "UA\Oltv.: : 'XAndrum jgt IT is FinsTHisii nnnnuiin that (41 t > and frn.llr.nal I Iota. A and B Is the 4th. day. 01 Way", 1941
the the 6th, T. Frank RpeelalO. ,
tit for day uf Alay'; ,, Owvndolvn Cummings thin Order be
Bacnt, publlHbed once of
after which I I t. ", .Master. aweek Moik tlilrty-flvn (JO) of J. hated this. 13th.; day of March
enjoyed 194.Dated 1 i Plaintiff, for four consecutive weeks. In M. ..
Juhu'n addition t the town
were this' *l8t. W. Geiger; A. 1>. 1141.OFFICIAL. ,
ushered Into 19l:. day of March.tOFPICIAtj y Plaintiff. the Bradford County Telegraph, a of Htarke, Bradfurd County,
were Solicitor for : A. J. Thomas
e folks James A. Bacot.. newspaper nf general olreuixt nnpublished assessed. at 430, ( SEAM BradtorJ
where the blrthe ; Thnrnan! I 316t 4.4O'I'ICM tit Bradford County .'Iordl Clerk circuit Court
ng room, table. Re- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ,IV THE1NAMFilnM TMT3 STATE OF .-- \. width said nppllintlon I. for Orderto County, Florida. .U tc 4-*
the Hell will be haned
centered County Florida s-28 lelAltIDA upon and In -
It t-U GRERTINU.: \ TO 10FIMT DONE AND nnnERRD at Starke
nU of limeade and cake TO: James. A Hacot. whose,, ".."I. iv riittiir ocitT iv AMI," FOR Florida this the 3rd day uf March, On accnrdante the In th with.. above the Petition styled oiii>K.a O'" pl.m.r'TIOlr: '
ORDER OF Pl'HI.I\TIO'\l 2rru-"t<' address Is 111 Coming RH.4IIFOIIIOiT; \ Kl.0llllt\ A. D. 1941 liAKI. WHISNl'T, As Guardian >OIIH TO APPHAH
rved. 0'1'1111 TO "P.\ St.( Charlnalon. South Carolina IV r11ACKRY.Ruh : : (OFFICIAL SEAL). A. J. Thomas of Allle Whlsnnnt Incompetent The State of Florida to :Margaret
were Wanda, The Mtate'of Florida"uTlary, You are hereby required to ap XlrHch incaater, V'"lkl' 3-14 41 4.14 Mel I. Smith whose resident* x'4t
present Anna Davidson whose residence. |I... rvn. hereinagalnet of complaint filed. Plaintiff 8T\TH OF FLORIDA ) f.. unknown i You are hereby notified -
lyce, Russell and known! You are hereby : you on or before COUNTY OF UltADFonn ) that 110111 of complaint' fur
Dobbs. Bobby that bill for notified the.7thi.dnv, of April A, n 141 WlllUmi W. lancaster I HERKBY: CKRTIFY: that the OKIIKII: OF l>| III 1C \TIOV divorce mad duo affidavit for this
osbY, Eloise and due affidavit for this, divorce .It. I le Crosby. Vernell Lou. has order order and notice he tuihllphed |In THE NAMH OF TUB!! STATE OF of the original Order of Publication I The Htats or Florid to John R. Court of Bradford-County, Florida '. i
Jimmie It a v o n, of BradfordaCounty. Florida Court the Bradford County> Telegraph!: a Jo'U II{'\A. UltKUTTNO: made In the said cause on Slocum whose reKldence. la un Ill a cause wherein Walter Smith.
Ward cause wherein Theodore n bavld-In nnampaper of general circulation TO-: William W. Lancaster whose file In my office thla the 3rd. day. known: Yi>u are hereby notified' Is plaintiff. and Margaret I tat(. .
Pansy and Joyce Elaine Bon Is. the plaintiff and puhllvlied" In said County o* Brad. residence In unknown.You of March A. D 1941 that bill affidavit::; .. for divorce Smith In defendant' and you are, I
Davldwon la the defendant Mary II ford once each. week for four conHecutlve ore hereby' .reiiulred to appeal (OFFICIAL HKAL) A. J. Thomas. and due for this order hereby required *n appear la said :
are hereby required to and you weekaWITNKSS to the bill of-comulalnt filedagalmtt Clerk 3-7 ,it 44iv has l been filed In the t'lutnt Courtof cause on the 7th day of April, 141.BiHdfutd .
present were.' Mrs, said. cause on the, 6th appear. in my hund and officialseal you herein on or beforethe Bradfoid County .Florida In arouse County Telegraph IIO'd"n.Ignated 1' s
era 1941. Bradford. day of May i this 6th day of March, A. D. 7th dar of April I. A. D 1941 w herein Dnrln II, Hlocum lathe the newspaper In which. f
Alton Dobbs County ; TIIW es 1 :%lY Ji-inii:1* roritr.IV as
sby.; Mrs. Telegraph 1 1941 1 t.le l further ordered that this plaintiff .and, John It. Hlnciim
la. designated! ", this order Kball. be published Otisa
as the A V I) KOH HlltltFOIIIIIN
stet Crosby Mrs. Lula which this order shall newspaper be In I (OFFICIAL SEAL) J.'Thomas, Order"and untie. be. published In 4o1'V'rFI.tuRllhl Is. defendant. uml you are herebylequlied week for four consecutive' weeke
C. C. Crosby once a week for four cunH published cullv Clerk Circuit Court. the Bradford Cn.nty Telegraph a KM. : KSTATH OF. AI.I.1R: to appear In .said. cauneon prior to said. return date. Wltnesnmy ,, II P,!
Mrs. Tohn J. 1 Ilendernon the 6th
and Esq.Ilcltor day of May lull. Brndfmd
weeks prior to said. newspaper general: circulation. WHMNANT. WOMRTIMKHHI I hand and official seal atStarkn.
:nd) Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Wltnexx I my hand and 1 return! date.seal. for Plaint tf. J-7 4t 318NOTICK puhll I shed Ino snld Cminty nf Brad ii.I.I-'l!: I > WIIISNUT.; IN- County. Telegiaph In denlgnuled Florida. this 1st day vl ,. ''I ,t
hot I ford once each week for four consecutive an HIM newspaper In \vliUhthin tR4I.IOFI"J'tAJ.I'II'.4r.
at Florida t'll'o\: I'I'T"NT: : March.
dinner guests Stijrke. this 21o.t j,
were order shall b ptitillnhed
t.Iolse; day of March, A. 1>. UH, OF I'Irl.C'1I.' 91.1%Tin- weeks. 1l'I'11'K OF 1"1.11.It N 1'OKF.LI. week :* : once .) '>, J. Thomas 1
WITNESS hand and e for four consecutive weeks
and officialseal
Dobbs' parents. Mr. *"* % I.H mv I.,\M> Bradford, 'i.
f (OFFICIAL, t'I.n'k Vlriult Court,
) A. J. Thomas prior In said return date. WltneKsmy
thin 6th day Match A. 1>.
Lrch Dobbs, of the State Clerk Circuit Court Bradford I Notice In hereby given that enderand IlC! 1. of Notice. Is hereby !given to all hand And official seal. I at County. Florida.. $.T 4\ 3,211: M
by virtue of that whom It that 1, Karl
certain Final concern
Florida may .. -
3-28 stark "FlnrUlti this 7th of
undny. 4t 4.18o.rlr UcircH. pf I FnreclnKiitH and Sale, OFFICIM SHAD A. J. Thomas, WhlKiiant, an (luurdlun of AllleWhlKimnt day I
rendered" tm the 25th dRY of February ('Ink Circuit Court. Be,met linns Spelled t% his- March, 1941.OFFICIAL OF 1'l'llhll'1'rI//N
Mrs. Mure)I Tindell John J, llenilerium, 12t ( WKVI.l A. 1. Thninns.I'lolk .IPPMAII.The .
and % ,, 0' A 1"11(1 1'10'\1 A. 1). MI by the Clrtult' .
he week-end In Georgia.. 'Olt "i'." \ "I.:":" Conit: of the 'I KlK-hth ludlclnl C'lr- for I'Ialnlift7 4t '.28 11 f t'ei'rv .Dover, Decunsed. Clicult Court State of Florida to SusieEleanor "
Florida 4-4 l I.
this sec- f<* i cult nf FUirldw, In, and for Brad- will on the Hth day (,April, A. D, 8-14 4t King,, whose residence l' h
rge crowd from THAT Beulah Kellylhnldnr ,,f sax: ford, County, In Chancery, In that iv THE i met'ir mi nT OF TMMKII.III 1941, at ID:no o'clock In the fore unknown: You are hereby notifiedI
singing conven- (ertlflcates. certain therein .. thereafter the V4ITK 01 PI'I.H'lTlOV hut' bill )aunt for divorce
ended i the numbered respectively.. c all H e pending : II .II'nll'I' "UU'I'T OFlilt noun or as xorm AM affidavit; orderhas
817.! 31N. 400 and wherein F'rogllV. IH be apply to I.!. FOII TItr.FII: and, duo for thin
401 IsKi. -d M | lludlnxton, : f\'in OF riitiimt. mime mtiv heard ;
Lake City Sunday., 2nd., day of September! A. D. 1835 I'liilntlff. and r. A FuUh, and his. \M Foil lilt \l>FOItll "'OL'VTV.IN :, K.: J'ci.i.viitnn, twenty and Vciialr 11111 %... iRS) been filed In the Circuit Court' a'Y
Crosby has filed wife, Y..rdh. Flitch It, Firnrlda, at :VOTICW( II linilEBV: OIVF.N of Bradford County FloridaIn' 'is t
and Mrs. Floyd name In my office. Htm lames Kick- < II "'M "::11\ for 'a.Hurl County Clarence; In
Mr. has made application for lax: deed liter and 1 Martha Idcklltl'r\ and K Lois )Mayo. his office In the Court Mon... In THAI'( Alva N, Colson, holder. of muse wherein 1> Klnit I 1. f F Fdefendsnt
lildren were visiting to be lasued thereon. 1 K, IVirymnn, a \low Ad IMalnllfCVK ..IRI ke, Florida, for authority to Tux Certlflc'aten. Numbered renpectUely. i plaintiff and Susie Kleanor: King {
,'s Cleveland Sullivan of Said certificates. respectively embrace I.ltem for the unlit James Klckllter mil For Divorce sell 1 nt private dale the entire Intel 33 and 34 lumied the 4lh., and you are. hereby ,required ,
the following described nrupertiea and Martha Klckliter, minors, and Edgar" F:. MnycK. .ent. and vitiate of Alle Whlnnant. day uf July office lit:IK, him made to appear. In sold cause Brad on
a recently In the County of Bradford !Matanzns Investment Company, a Oefetiilunt.onniu Incompetent In and to the following Manly In mv and has the, 7lh day of April.. U41. '
and.{ Mrs. C. C. Crosby and State of Florida, to-wlt! corporation. lire defendants theundersf8netl : ?iv pr-mtCATION described land" located In the application for tax deed to b. In- ford County newspaper In de.nlgnaled whichthis I -
Lot 1 Hlk 1," Cltv Park HID W ; RM Special Master appointed FTATI5 OF FLORID Town of Wtnrke, Brailfnnl County, sued hereon. us the In u t;
n, Araula. Duie, and Bobby, & C'" Add'n to Starke. Section 28 In said final decree <*f foreclosure TO rnoAii Jo). MAvnsr I' Florida, and morn vpuclflcally. d.. Hand' certificates I reKiiertlvelyemliruco : order shall published weekaprior once
David And Hale will offer for It from bill follows ( -,.,11: the following, clesi; rlbeduruiiertlen a week for four cnnoecutlve
ailing Mr. and Mrs. Twp. 6 .ulh. It 22 F:.. Is. em appearing! the sworn .crlh.1) as date. Wltnesamy (4 J.
I braced Kale. nnd 1 ell at of filed the at Most tinr-hiilf of lots five (3) In the County I of Iliadfold. to said return ,
under Certificate No 3" 7. public auction cmnptalnt. (In >r>VA entitled 1
and,I Mr. and Mrs. Warrenof Lot 4 Hlk 3 City Park 8D| VV & and outcry for iunh to the cause that tbA Kueclfla place and s.ven (1) In blnck sixteen, Htiile of Florida: to.Wit. band. and official I seal at ofMarch
Pine Level Sunday. C's Add'n fti Starke Section 2M highest and best bidder, At the of reHldnnce, of Udglir 1'.. Muyev. the 1101, original Mtarke. being' fiftytwo Lots a, II of Ink 14 Ward City Klink. Florida, this Jt day
Twp. 6 H R. 22 K., Is embraced South Front Door of the ('..11 III v Defendant, nil partlculuily as la and one-half: Il&tv > feet east Section R Township 7 Noiilh Itnnge 1141.OFFICIAL! .
Evelyn Crosby spent Sun- under .certificate No. 398! Couit hose In fturke, Bradford known to I'lalntlff, In. Dell, A|". and west', and" one hundred end 2<> liast. In embiaced under I'orliriiule I ( SEAA.. J. Thomas li
Itb her. son-in-law and lots 68. 7 Hlk :3 city Park Sir ('nunty, Florida, on Mondnv, I the kannus. : that said' Defendant Is. over five Hint h..t. north and south No. VIU : Clrrk Circuit Court H r a d f n r.i 't'+t ,
and Mrs.. Britton W 8 (:'.. Add'n to Starke Section 7lh day of April A. I). 1411, the the age of twentvnn years. and In the town of Klarke, ItrHilfnul >l" 4. H of ilk 14 Ward Cllv County Florida.' 8-7 4t 22lon't t,, ,

or, Mr. 28 Twp, 8 M. U 22 N.. are em.
braced under Certificate No. 400.
Lot 4 Hlk 6, City Park HIliV[] 4'bd
C'. Add'n to Hturke Section 2S
Hall Tw8 H. It. 22 H, Is. embraced" .
ion under Certificate No. 403. 'r. .

The assessment of the said property .
TabernacleGlory under certificate. No. 317! was. .' t

In the name of Unknown ; the assessment ,yG al
of the said property e
of God. was the under certificate no, 398 wax. In !
of the Tuesday night the name of Mrs, K, H. Smith; lineaeseNment
of the Maid pl'up..rlyunder
tully at the Mission Hall. certificate No. 400 wan In ..
R. Roberts of Jacksonville I the name of T. R. Young; The n,-
sessment. of the said .
property II
eRent at the service.. He la under certificate No. 403 was. In the rkl .

K. Roberts name of Unknown.
of Ralph
n Unless said Certificates shall. be .
nvllle attorney who hasat redeemed according I ", to law the
the Hall several times.res properties i described therein will be '
sold to the highest bidder at the 1 l
were cited to empha- Courthouse door on the first. Mon I (

e need for glorifying God: day In the Month of May. I'Ml!
which la the 6th., day of May
fly In this age when the 194 I.

ion of man seems to be the Dated. thla 20th., day of March
A. ,
of the day. I ( SEAL) A. J Thomas
services conductedangellst Clerk nf Circuit Court of llrad-
iipeclal ford ,County Florida. 3-28.t 4-18
Joseph T. Larson

Sunday night. There was ,IV THI1 r.ncr'IT ('Ol'RT. KinilTHJumriAt :
music (114(11'1' ov KI.OU- ,
attendance good "
ll>". IM "'III) FOR H 1C \UPOUI _
rmons during 'thla :series! COIin'IY.' IN (,H. '\ICKIIY. t ., I
: Mary Lou I.... Horn,
used splendidto .
arson some Plaintiff, vsK. g\
Illustrate his talks -vs- No. 11S8

Rev. L. W. Enfield of Law- Lavon Horn Defendant.OHDRH. .. .

iU have charge of the Bert : OF SKtlVtOR: I

the Tabernacle next Fri- NOTICE TO APPEAR ;
ght. There will be special TO: Lavon Horn whose residenceIs
unknown r
It la hereby ordered that you are .
eighth anniversary of then required to appear on the 7th day

Hall will be commemo- ,of above April entitled A. D.court 1941 to before the bill the of miss the sensational Ford Ride .with

by a special service at the : complaint filed against you In the new
acle. Friday April 11. A above ford County entitled Telegraph"cause: and la "Hrad-hereby .

m of music and recitation designated. as the.

presented with the central which this week order for shall four be consecutive published
once a
u on the Resurrection of weeks.

ird Jesus Christ. Every- nf WITNESS this. court my at hand Starke and the.Florida. seal

Invited to attend. 'this.. ftth., day of March, A. I., 1941.
(OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, si SLOUJ moTien SPHIAGS4 l

GUM BRANCH Clerk. 8 Harrison of the Circuit Court.J. .

BV Mrs. Zdd Parrthh Plaintiffs Attorney. 3-7 4t 3-28 A ,: ,'Y I .

and Mrs. Carlton Chastain IV Til F) e.nCI'.T rOI'HT. KICHTIIJIU1 "

mpton were visiting Mrs. <;-\L. tlHCIIT OK KI.OK-
II),. IN AND ion BHM KOKI It :
.Ins parents Mr. and Mrs. ('OI1N"'Y'N' CIIANCLRY.Myrtle t'1

Sapp Sunday afternoon. Dean Plaintiff, K a RIDE so SOFT and SMOOTH and QUIET
and .
Mrs. Vanlce Keeneon. -v..- No. 1164 "ND TRY

Vanlce Jr., were visitr. Carl Dean.Defendant.. .,3* U SEE r rilE scarcely believe it could happen in low-price ',

and Mrs. Carl Hilliard ORDER OF SERVICE WHEN MIA" A RIDE built around Ford's sensational -- r '
odlawn Sunday.and NOTICE TO APPKAK T"a"t jC '411'1 car! new "SLOW.

Mrs. F. S. Shaw andn THE Carl STATE Dean OF Atlanta FLO1UDAITOr CJeorgla. I -3 ; p4>;WV r .-r y f- fOR MOTION SPRINGS"! .springs longer, softer, gentler,
It U hereby ordered that you arerequired OH RD ,
of the State Farm ''
wereg to appear on the 7th day fr '3r/; alEW'' fO :vitally slower in the all-important "vibration periods"! it
relatives here Sunday. of April A. D. 1941 before the

(. McRae of Pine Level andY above complaint entitled filed court against to you the hill In the nf 8,t; The Ride-graph at the left tells the story t '

McRae of Polk City wereg above entitled cause: and "Brad- > '
the BIGNESS of this
Measure 41 FORD Talk
too to
here ford County Telegraph" Is'.d r a
Tuesday of \ a s t
which this order an the shall "be"published. p&l-vffl I our man with the "Measuring Stick"" The FORD has the '

and Mrs. J. C. and once a week for four consecutiveWWITNE9S .
Sapp LONGEST Bodies among the leaders! GREATEST total (
obby of Sampson City and !' my hand' and the seal I
Hazel of thin court at Stark. Florida Width GREATEST Knee
Sapp of Starke were Seating -and-Legroom! MOST ;t'
this 4th day of March. A. I>, 1141. }
g their parents. Mr. and (OFFICIAL, SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, Front-Seat Headroom BIGGEST Doors and :Windows
J. S. Sapp, Sunday.d Clerk of the Circuit Court. "

Parrlnh of this section J; 8. HarrlHon.Plaintiff* Attorney.. '-7 4t ,.28 .- jUDE and Windshields!

Junior Parrish and Paulme FORD, t'-' '
HEW "Hear"
J'"tbe 'fo t >b an amazing new QUIETNESS of operation-
of Hellbronn made ass )&( 1 1pr

trip to Jacksonville' Sun- NOTICE ron'' OF TAX APPI.ICATIOV DEED : .. \bte aho;; Sp"-.a- bP- result of one of the most thorough studies of soundproofing (-,

ternoon. ("eMt* Bill !V*. 13NOTICR ;) Slaw ota
IS HERKBY GIVEN tra"fe1a ;" ever made for automobiles I I.e. Test the Big'0AJ .
H. M. McRa of Pine That L I). Vlnlna- holder of 2-Iths aft '
and Mra. Wealey McRae of Tax* Certificate No. I. Issued :: theTtide ....... FORD'S GETAWAY! Thrill! to its fresh, ::7
A. D. 124.
the 4th day of August .
one, Wynn and James of haa filed same In my ofloe and has __ p -. ISt massive new BEAUTY! This year don't miss FORDS t
CIty were visiting ,Mm T. made application for a tax deed to ._

orman on Thursday afterof be Issued thereon.the followingdescribed Said! certificateembraces .0 Stop in today! 'Let your whole' family "sit in" on the

last week. property In the County of Bradford BIGGEST QUALITY BUY In all the
State of Florida, to-wit: HIS years low-price ,
and Mrs. p. D. Reddish of wly of NEt Section II Twp. 7 T
ann were visiting Mr. and Sol th, Bangs 1' East 89 Acres ., PRE WITH. taaetlttli. :value! Drive this DIG NEW FORD- today' !
or Ie...
J. m" DOM ,
S. Sapp Wednesday! after- The assessment of the said property .t1 feY, 'Iibe caI'Sho"i d
tinder the said certificate r

T. N. Norman of this c- Issued was In the name of In-; i howy'alt fU-P O' :paaaen\ 1Itd-: -

BM.. McRae and MiM :'redeemed known.Unless. said according certificate to law shall the he / both ar: : aytd Get the facts and you'll get a (, 1 Tr li

McRae of Pin will\ lie to be
Level were : ...rlb..d therein '6 .
g little Lynn McRae In a sold t'bcourthouse. highest bidder at the ja\JO'l
door the first Monday '
ka Hospital Tuesday after- I In the month of April IMl. /
: April,, 1 4I. R 1
la I whDatedthe 5thayday of March CEM
Parrish )
of Hellbronn spent 1341. _B'GG1.

ifsday night with' Billie i Clerk OFFICIAL of Circuit SEAL Court) A.of J. Bradf"r.Thomas f ::; .tor.'
AgV1ER3'tba-n "
ge. I County. Florida a.T 4t 1-28 SpIttNGBASEat '

as Dorthea Norman --- LpptG'ESS i iNoYCK
w a s

g In Lake Butler Friday I OTirH TO O"'F..O''IIT' I :;Bt1t > tEefpEtcPERSTRBNG :
000. .x 'RT.T ("orUT"If) r NR
1)14AIIF)111)'OU.V'rY; .
!bert Crew. of ._ -:- -
Starke was 1, ( I .R ..

3 Vanlce Keene Saturday. I Myrtle Mickieye ift. : .

''pie In this section are busy -

">,,Utaring. cropg I I Wm. n. r..f"ndant.Mlrkle.W "' -

I0"*'*: OF .tPPI.K- OREETISO; .'
von .r \ ]* DEED .- TO FLORIDA.: Wrrt. n. )lIckl....,, Mis h na I-
'I I dR.
RN(r.aa1.. .111 'It.,'ls" 1.Jr'r dan unknown. ) st, wrnO J. W' ANDREWS
; r.4fn11r..l tm.p-
'" HRUBBT .'OJ I'NIr'' are hereby ,
, By... holder of Tax the bill 01 eonltlalnt"I; :
ate *OJ I..u.d. herein sgalnst yea .
.f "i the alb
I"Jut I" A. '>)>- It"*. her ".>... th. dr'furtherAerd.r.d' hatEbthis. : Starke Florida
., t'7t: : ,
&|i,jry.offl:: and ha. mad is
ur m tae d.... W ... order and notice 1M plOllI.II.d



MAR 28f


ole home but think my latest complimentis ter. and the I
and of beer In his various A
Jack Halle, Freeman Register a glass
CIETY and CLUBS Garland Godwin. furnished music town Seems he had a week- quite the nicest I'll ever have sored ones Mmmni", y'Ar

for the evening; also an accordlan end leave and came back to The M. W. Morrows have I'm afraid Bradford Illy f",

& solo was played by Jean Edwards haunt Call St. In uniform' adopted a luffly baby daughter farmers aren't the i
Music Class Junior-Senior BanquetIs Dorothy Green and Ceraldlne Sll-\ Imagine his chagrin upon order- named it Sue 1 who'll have an 01,1, l
and have Carolyn elegant
Mrs. Long's
Informal Dinner Party midnight and :}.
cox sang ,"Five' O'clock Whistle, ing a beer about this corn *. :.:
Honoring Jack Haile Heard In Recital Brilliant Event with piano accompaniment by beln told, "Sorry. We can't serve The Carolyn part's for me, So summer long .

Last Friday EveningThe Edwina Wiggins.The beer to soldiers! after 11 o'clock" they say Am I honored ? ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. 'G. Halle entertained Mrs. F. H. Long presented herpiano sophomores! who' served "But this Is my home town!" My feet haven't. touched ground Caroiy

Wednesday evening at students in an informal recital annual Junior-Senior ban- were Sara Barefoot, Nina Bishop A. E. sputtered. "I grew up here, yet. -- "
yp t .honoring iholton. Saturday afternoon, at 3:30: quet was held In the Woman's Alice June Harding Bobbie Cameron I went to school her!, I'ma Well, folks-so much goin' on J. H. COUUTMAXCH
dinner {
p a party( o'clock, at her home on N. Wal- Club building last Friday night Callstreeter!" The barkeep \Vauh-ftlul'lIr
Jean Edwards. Jacqueline nowadays I can't say when or 4: .
4 Il Jack, who la one'of the graduates nut St. Music pupils and their when the junior class of B. H. S.. Jeweler
? 'refused to back down, a
Andrews Over
Andrews, Judy McRae, Joe where at I'll see you next 8 Venn
J of the .B, H.. S. .)In the Clans parents were Mrs. Long's guests entertained the seniors In a most George Flynn and William nearby M. P. began hutnmln "It Hear there will soon be two 01; Faithful Senlco To of

It of '41. at this time. The following pro- hospitable manner. Baker. At the conclusion of the Makes' No Difference Now" and three dances a week in town, People of Surke! n.
Potted plants, sweet peas, and gram was canted out in a verysatisfactory I Red. white, and blue decorations banquet the entire company sang A. E. went without his beer 'twixt the Y., the Recreation Cen-
other Spring flowers were' used manner: I were used throughout the "Come On Old Bradford." Unnerstand its Jus' 'a matter
In decorating the dining room "Twilight and Roses. ---SeletaSpai building; atreamera'' and festoonsof Those present in addition to of weeks before Mary Lucile

The table was covered with a .ks. the national colors, also white the two classes were; Miss Evelyn Torode and Beaton Marsh forma "THE ARMY STORE"Ben ,,
handsome linen cloth; the central "Carry Me Back to Old Vir- and blue gladioli were used In Stump, Mia Alice Fernandez corporation Congratulations. I,,
arrangement being of sweet- ginia"-Hazel Fields. profusion. On the banquet table sponsors of the senior clans, Clara !I Suslow t

., peas, and the place cards were "March of the ,Gnomes"-Billy\ were red and white sweetpeas and Flume Melvin Futch Mrs. War- Via the editor eomes to me the 209 ,East Call Street
of a dalntyPflowered design.' A Smith. blue cornflowers combined with ren Perkins. Dr. and Mrs. W. E.Middleton. story of how Andy Adkins got
"course"dinner was ferns which ran the entire length Delavan Military Supplies and Novelties
delicious four : "Country Gardens" and "Hop Miss Dorothy; an expense-free trip home from
served to the following senior O'My Thumb"-Peggy Ann Wig of the table. and Miss Joyce Woods sponsorsof the Citadel las' week-end .
high school teachers gins. The napkins were in the patriotic the Junior class. Seems every time they stoppedfor SPECIAL-Complete outfit, Khaki pants & shirt $2.00

f )0). L. Williams' Mis Evelyn colors, the B. H. S., auto he'd put a nlckla- In the
"Prelude In A Major" and gas FOOT LOCKERS ... ....
Jr.. Buddy ..
Alice Fernandez graph books were of red orna- Emmett: Ferryman. slot and get back principal plus -- ------_-*. ----- $U
Stump, Ml!w Llghtfoot.
"Puck"-Nancy mented with a U. S. flag and the Bishop, L. M. GAines, Arch Luck followed ,
Interest Lady DRESS SHOES ___
: ((1 MisH Martha Metcalf.- Miss Dor- "Excerpa from H. M. S. Pina mint cups were a clever combina- Thomas, Jr, and'-'Luclan Connor him all the way to Jax where he ---------------- :---- J3i5,

.' othy Delevan, Lester. Sponholtz, fore" -Joenelle .Wilkerson."Jocularity"Leonard tion of cups and place cards. The after spending the spring holidays found 60c lying in the street COTTON RIDING PANTS. ___i------ $1.00
and W, A, Bates; Instructor of Smith. favors were humorous mottoes with their respective families Soch good fortune? I '
. high school band. Duet by June Hall and Mrs. and "paper caps, which added In Starke have: returned to can't even find 50c In my hand RAINCOATS -- --.-- ----------------_=_ $2.00

Long. much to the hilarity of the oc- Emory Junior College, Oxford, bag .
Sell For Less"Located
musical the Ga.
After the program ca lon.
To relieve Steve Weldon Jr., was fourteen -
COLDS hostess served Ice cream and caketo Address of welcome was made Monday and
' Misery ofI J. M, Edwards engineer, in years young
'jjfN the guests.U. by Joe Lander, president of the his "boy friends" gave him the
feet I I- _
UquldTablrtH his eurvey this week cut two _
Junior class, and the response of his life
surprise .
D. C. Will Meet of from the proposed A & P buildingon
wan by Jack Halle president
666 Salve the coiner of Call and Cherry Steve Is a boy scout, and 28 of
the senior class Impromptu
None Drops The W. T. Weeks Chapter;: made throughoutthe streets, according to R. H. Mathe his fellow scouts "framed up on
I Cough Drops United Daughters of the Confederacy speeches eveningby were Dr. Mlddleton i contractor The survey showedthe him." pulled a new scout trick,

I( Try "ICub-My-TlNni" a Wonderful, will meet Wednesday afternoon superintendent of public Instruc- plans were two feet out into and were self-invited guests at. I I
\ nutrient I April 2, at 3:30: o'clock at tion for Bradford County Miss the Cherry street rlght- f-way. his home Monday"afternoon .
off with
But Steve came flying 4
______-------------O Evelyn; Stump sponsor of the Mr. land Mrs. J. W, Dame and colors, after participating heartilyIn ,
senior class, and Melvin Futch, ,
Little daughter,' Barbara Jean the cakes, sandwiches and ,,

INSURANCE, AND._ BONDS a special member orchestra of. the composed faculty. of A who have had an' apartment at punch served by the scouts ,
the home of Mrs S. S. Dowllng, Legion recreation center opento

the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.. left Wednesday for their home In soldiers! now with pretty
I'' Matthews. Hostesses: Mrs. Matthews Plant City. Mr. Dame has been brown-haired Bon nle Parrlsh

HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY Mrs. E. S. Matthews, and employed for number of months. sparkling brunette Helen Mc-
Grath an' vivacious blonde Nellie\
A Miss Madge Middleton. I past at Camp Blanding..,. .
Hart there to make-the ,boys feel

r' Constant Seryjce; Over 50 Years -- at home Jack Nuttall and Over Old Pos fi ice
Carolyn .Callitreet Douglas Morel on hand to get
the sports program under way

Please Phone 146 Starke .. .
-- -- -- ----- -- ---- ,r
Do appreciate all my fan mail, "
I'm a Southern gal with a poise fit for'a palace, yet all. the EYES GLASSES

.... ,, .. Southern drawl menfolks acted she'
"- L. "- ------ ---------- ( like w s their
J I like ttte Dixie's men but bent girl from 'fiome. One officer EXAMINED FITTED

1 they're rot all- Bald "she"'makes me feel W. K. CHANDLER
I've Just. found out upon my like all the nice things that ever LENS
r.. BENNY'S GROCERY .& MARKET word. hapened to me, suddenly wrappedup EXPERT
I sho do like the Forty-Third! In one person." WATCH REPAIRING DUPLICATED
C. of C. dunce at Armory las' Guests included: Mayor and -

5d ? WEEK END SPECIALS Friday night Jus' spillln' over with Mrs. Walnwrlghtf' "''Jeanette Kin- WATCHES. RINGS -

handsome New Englanders cald. Hazel McIntyre, Peg JEWELRYTwo
( Premier French Style You femmes who failed to go Blocker Ann e.,..Hill/ Catherine -

R1NSO Biuoft1 i.g Reg- Size 2. for 19c 25c STRINGLESS dad missed' a bang-up time k ._ The Lindsay (of Shamrock),' Mildred Watchmakers To DR. A. ,W. BLOODWORTH
boys were so nice I could even Brown. Florence Grtfflng Marjorie Serve You ., .
Lg. Size 21c DEANS __ ___ 15c forgive 'em for calling Starke Stephens Major Frank O. -

LIXReg. 2 for 19c "Starkee" ", After all, _some I Lind Major Howard E. Pearson 109 Call Street 9pt9.eJt Eye ;Specialist'.3yY !
soul had told 'etn Hh. STARKE FLORIDA
Isr..or Welch' 1'lnf misguided t Major George F Kendrick, Capt. f.JJ "' or"EVER
Hfor,, 17c was the way to pronounce George Vazlnas Capt., Robt. B. \ 1'
t" e.'tr" GRAPEJUICE Ic
} so you can't blame 'emThey Strong. Capt. John S. Sullivan.
(of 17c with'pur' h1L"". of quart aimed to please Capt. Richard F.-Dugan,: Capt.

ltorr __< fur 49cltOTIIERS Dot Green assumed a completenew Anthony A. Cam rdo,' 'Capt. Nor-
personality with a' hajr-do, ton J. Osborn Capt Luther F. '

fCIU4SNOpr'y lWt1 TAM..3 Lb' can 49c that made her look as If she'd Cobb Capt. Charles .A. Worthington :} 'pv.'> ( 5 '< .. s.3. ]y t k '
; dB'
siA'ssoranH 1 1I b-can 19c 2 ">can just stepped out of an ole Southern Capt. Harold Washburn dI ,, :>
NoswElt COCOA _4 23c mansion along about 1800 I Lt., Preston N. Beauregard Lt. {ra w ih..., .' r'c, .+.:

t% ., Fix It that way again Dot Percy E. Tucker Lt. Carle R.

MARKET SPECIALS 'I like It ,". Dot Sapp.wasnoihln Reynolds Lt. Jem. A. Sullivan : ., vYv
less than divine floatin Lt.. George Udell. Lt Richard

around In ,gossamer blue, Salllant. Lt. Jon. -Brand W. O. 7. Or c 31./, :
TENDER Pound spklnkled with silver sequins Jovltt La Bonte. And doing a
Hubby Guy look In" handsome In bang Job of Mrs.
BEEF'' ROAST ____ __ __ _ __ 19c up .. serving
his lux- (hafta dress' up these Stephens ton,' Tommy.: IiI

days:\< to compete with the uniforms From her partywe, piled Into TI 'p'i1 14uI
Fresh Pound boys) Peg BlockerIn cars-gorgeous women, gay men
GROUND MEAT 17'/2C' dazzling white gettin' a regu- swapping laughs going to a danceit
_ ___ __
lar blltzkrelg from the stag line was like New Years, Armis-
Florence Cuffing and MIldred tice Day Christmas In March!
Oiown (social security! "ex- And'what did we do on the way? .
WESTERN Pound ecutives" at Camp D.) gettin' --we stopped off acme Nat Stern-

PORK CHOPS 23c along swimmingly bergs, who also threw their' doors
But for further details hows- open for this event-more merri
about turnln the mike over toIsabella ment-then on to the dance.

Walsh who has a flare The ,Armory w a a a florist's
; for clone obllelVation.und. even dream with the'Entire celling
r greater flare for put tin' It downIn decorated with red white and

1 words She writes: blue, rainbow balooni. and thereat
Dear Carolyn: of the armory all dressed up
Though It feels aR' If these in palmetto leaves flowers, palms
tired ole tool Isles can never everything1 festive to, be found in
TH EHTR E5THRKE rhumba'again: after the Chamber Starke. The music was not 'a:

of Commerce dance for Camp collection of brassy military blare, .
FLDRIDRBRADFORD Blending officers and citizens 'of but was' a real sffXig' band, from
Starke, I'm almost afraid to tell the 43rd DI'Cfslon-and did theydo

-- how that lovable- Mrs. Evelyn a Job,?. They' did,..'...., stop to figure why Nature gave pressure.,on the gas'troalei4pens' << ; : 'up
COUNTY'S l\IOST"l\IODERN AND Stephens did the whole Job. With Too bad there ,
werep't more bot'\' .'nose :a'mouth: 'to thomouth"andyouierigihe"bieides"breathe !
UP-TO-DATE THEATRE Its depth and beauty it might businessmen !from 'r8tarke: for ha
sound, like'' the' Gettysburg ad there were certainly ,a'bunch of I through? through" two carburetOrL'f'Yo". r
PROGRAM-.WEEK: BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, dress: Yet there was not 'Ian of- 1
prospective! customers there, and Yet'
Simple i isn/t\ it? lo0k what happens -,
MARCH. TO :31 'I ficer ,lit Blanding or. a ,oul -tn for" an; army. "da1l\T':\ there were *
I Starktf who attended that did not plenty of, girls ,to\Vo\ around lor ordinary purposes., ,: 5*_ "
Wednesday & March 26 I '- -
Thursday, .- 27 have the time of his (or her) life though It was agreed nobody :f ,
Brian Donlevy Akim Tamiroff ,- Muriel Angelus, In"THE"GREAT'McGINTY" i Twaa what the movie boys would stick, to tonejdanclng part But go up against some heavy exercise Your: engine& atwaya. ,,Consumes gas,
would call colossal, sensational, ner. Later In the evening agrandiaalmo .-and you can open up your mouth as accordingJpjJie, 't.-f'
: AlsoGREECE super-super floor eh'ow.A" great well and Increase the intake 'of {?"
FIGHTS HACK-The proceeds from 'GreeceFights startrng'wit" a Cocktail Party big hand was given:pretty tltlan- By:'simply" taking :Jt: eafy when easy

Back goes for Greek relief at Tanglewood t; home' of Mr.. haired Anne Hill who'sang* so oxygen. : ,does it and Jbreathinit'Ueep when the,r
Stephens, for a large' assortmentof sweetly. Big event 0f the :
7Friday.March: : ; 28 ,, the most fascinating men (orchids Ing was,when Mayo, Wainwright/ even Your 1941 BuIck wwth Compound Car: .. !work piles sip.your'pQ'W plant e.ts..s.; i
.. .- ON THE -STAGE to the 43rd"division) ..this Introduced and said gone,wonderful buretionwork.!something like that.. \ !num .," 10-to lSr .aitore... mile ige
"AMTEUR NIGHT"- BIG ACTS E reporter, has 'seen In some time, things about Yr.. ... Stephens / 'frtfln'tie satgasoline,.(.,./.t.t >r.::'" -''.';"J,,,' 't
: : 'my old burlap heart went.bumpty Secretary: the .C., 6t C., concerning : Its nose, whiehistheforwardoneoft "T h a i'in"th'i \. '; .
-ON THE SCREEN- when they walked In' In their ,iwhat she has' done for your two thrift-carburetorsdoes t ; ,.: j i. noibul : i"S
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"DR. CHRISTIAN MEETS A WOMAN"; "Dresa Bluea"orders,( from the Starke and Camp Blinding, ''and r., grand job .of supplying "breath" for day> to < .' r
Colonel) ummmm. and that be sneezed at. r'
And-GREECE goes presented her with \ a beautiful .
MISS THIS SHOW t for all the'lasseii ,there tool No- basket of flowers which? she your engine on normal jobs. i y';I'
body could dream of such oomph graciously received: There was So why don't youf; .1"$'
considering the sklttery tempo But when the time comes that your thewhole ,.
Saturday, March 29 no speech or goo just a sincere enget story ,
> DOUBLE FEATURE existing In most' boom towns. In "Thank You"-Then I ion went the .&i'ne has to dig in for a tough pull or a from your Quick .. '
I no time at all the house rang dance=everybody for "'w'.....neU
'Tex Ritter, In had so. much burst of power.then your extra footdealer? .. "
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with gaiety and warmth seemed 1Y'.jj. :
"THE fun'and were wondeilo. h w .soon "' 1..4- _
GOLDEN TRAIL"a like they were a bunch of old there will be another"*like It. For .OptkMul M light extra coat on Buick SMCIAL model I.. standard oa all other << w ,'"''alma:; o'" ,:r.;S:

.?,, Also friends, who had been .to 'the good taste dignity !and wholesome
"SUED FOR LIBEL"With I four corners of the earth. and enjoyment other) defense .' JeSvtrrJ at Flint,AftcStau .A.

,' '' suddenly met again In Mrs. towns could certainly use a page I t tat.. fllh4"IPmt -
Kent Tavlnr
Linda "
Haves i
.' And-"CARTOON" I Ffoprier living\ room- nfce h a II out of the Camp Hlandlng too!!, 8 I UIC. 't a* definitely scored agate The the way they do things here. .. Prrcrl inf-iftt Htkairgt

l\J1INWIITSJlOW SATURDAY 11:30 P. :M. I : girls were beautifully gowned Isabel' Walsh. EXIMPtA C* MMtXAt MOTOftS VAfJt it.'iuirsf_.
"CHARLIE CHAN AT TREASURE clamorous, smart and gay. Put Thanks, I..b.lle!l t. Had I "I i
this together with those ,hanl- ,few more contrlbs liKe! you Iwouldn't ;I
ISLAND1' I some officers from Blandlng1 add. be getting crctr-t'/" "fiet I ,.
floral decorations, lots snd lots trying' to REGISTER COMPANY
ALSO ON THE STAGE : keep upVlth every- ; MOTOR
of h'douvres. c o c k tall". and thing in a town that, bids fair to

r BROADWAY FOLLIES etately Mm. Stephens in beautiful ,soon out-Rioiidway Broadway. Corner Madison and Walnut Streets Starke Florida

---. Girls Dancing!: Singing & FunwnwuHmmtm' cloth-of-golil. glistening hairdo Hear A. ,:. Wall (Jtr) became ,
i the already famous "elI
,I --" "" .. Y slightly apoplectic Sattidy mid
jffBtfiwiimwrinmit"" coos. "' IleAl'M'Wr'Mpryux"I.'rM\ I laugh,
T r+ expressing and night when told he couldn't have.. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARI BUIlt BUICK Will BUILD THEM .--


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Mr. and Mrs. George C. White Mr. and Mrs II. G. Bourne of Mra. Alva Enaey, who for a tons Beach with Mrs. Brownlee'S ,i
U99c4LEwsrla I and daughter Frances, of Tallahassee Orlando were here Monday visit- number of years past has livedat aunt Mr, B. P. Smith. Mr, Ili"'

will arrive here tomorrow ing Mr. and Mrs J, W. Dame. Cocoa, has returned to Starke Futch remained at Dayton a '
--'- recovered Tommie Ritch, after a brie afternoon for a week-end visit Mr. and Mrs. Bourne were en- and la now living nt her cottageon Beach and will spend two weeks !,t:. "
Olive visit with home has Register's garage is going with Mra. J. W. White Mrs. G. rout to their home In Flshkill, Klngsley Lake.. Mrs Knsey with Mrs. Smith.SAVING. ;'1 I
(ent Il\neSR.\ folks, returned through a pro c CM of "spring W. Alderman, and other rela- N. Y., after spending the winterin has numbers of friend. here who ;; I ,''I i iI
to.Emory University in cleaning," which I I I
greatly Improvesits
tives. .
Orlando.Mr. remember her as Miss Alva ,
was a business appearance. t '
II e Johns Johns. 1,"
(Gainesville last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Mngulre and Mrs. D. G. Kelly re- I ,
: Hugh Murray and "Hambone"Hammock L. B. Alvarez has :just returnedto of Washington, D. C., announcethe cently moved to their new farm Mr. and MI'''. H. L. Browntee.! \' .. "
relatives /
were visiting
Sale .and his i ij' ,
Mrs. Guy H. work at the Gulf station birth of a daughter.. Sheila, home a few miles west of Starkeon Mra. J. E. Futch, and I
Jrra. Al,>Ianas a were.ln: ,in the their week-end.home town. Mayo, over after being laid up for several on March 9. in Doctor's1" Honpttal. Road 28. Besides their home, Urownlee spent Sunday in.Madge Day- I' I fI I''''".: "
|Ie Sunday.! days with measles. Before her marriage Mrs. Ma- the construction Included a tenant I ,, '
giure was Miss Frances Darby of house Urge barn, and garage. r I
of the Starke Mr. and Mrs. Luther McDowelland Mrs. Carrie Jan 1 1 ( '
Rushing, whohas .
hrrlck, Starke. Th. total expenditure was around 1 '
0.. was/ a visitor InJje baby "of Jacksonville spent been the guest of Mr. and I $4,000. New :.. 1t I
Saturday night Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs L. D. Vining, returned Sat. Mrs. A. C. Durden, Mrs C. C. ;Modern JI ,
:John Uglow. urday to her home in Dublin, Hoppe and lIOn, Jimmy; of Tampa, L. T. Dyer, Bradford County'snew Sanitary '' "I
Lrle Edwards, of Jack- I Ga. returned to their home Wednesday ) ;:. IIv
Tan week-end guest of II I MiMarion Dowllng'' of Jacksonville agricultural/ agent, attendedthe Expert ,, '
a morning after upending
/ sev-
't, bars W. H. Struth. ,was here the first of the N. N. Prevatt, manager of the eral days here with Mr. and Mrs. pulpwood field day and rutting barbecue demonstration Tuesday -- Barbers t IDEA( 'i .P'; 1

'week visiting her mother, Mrs. local A & P store, is back at his O. U Beasley and '.Mrs, J. W. While here he paid a visit I i Ii I
Wynn formerly with 'E J. Dowling. post after a successful operationIn Klncald. For'Quick Servtoa VlHlt HieSTAKKE 1," I,
to Gene Long, who Is holding .
Co., is aLye St. Luke's Jacksonville ;
Furniture Hospital
,.Irk 1 1I down the County Agert's, officeat BARBER SHOP 'i '
at Register's.. Gar- I, J. M. Alvarez, Jas. Pat ray, and I Mrs J. M. Mitchell: and Mitts present. Mr. Dyer will take (Knllt Hmti I -'''. n "r.' ''i! .
John Sharpe left Sunday' for Hot ,
Lucille Mitchell were business charge of the office about April Fep.a. "
Springs, Ark., ,where they will : Charles William Chalker, who visitors) in Gainesville Tuesday 10. 1. In a recent Interview during a rof,:' ,
I Sewell, accompanied by spend a month. 1 1I attends the Citadel In Charleston Our Beauty Service survey to discover what h. II !' .". .r
Jker of Gainesville, were I S. C., was the guest this week of Mrs. J, N. BrlncefleTd. after a Insures of think of Southern Twin. Paik Bread, ,' .
8ee this week visitingd I Mr. and Mrs. R. ,C. Buford his grandmother, Mrs A. M. short vacation In Miami, Is backat you the following scene took places ,,
had as their guest,Sunday: Mrs. Darby. her old place In the Koch I'up TRUSSES '3UP always looking I '."' ,

I Buford's brother, Donald. Stllley, w Drug Store. j, your best ,\ \ Lt "
Mrs S. C. Cornwallen 'of Jacksonville. Mrs. H. B. Sheer, of New York *, Trut.. en.lull( and*uoc.n. We have real I

Richard and Judith City, Is visiting her sister Mm. I: H. G. Connor, of Lakeland, wasa fully htud in stubborn cat**. (skilled I stylists!; ito
J Hartford, Conn., spent Miss Georgia Gilpin, daughterof Margaret Edwards, In Starke thin guest Sunday of his son-In-law do ] .
lays here recently vlsit-; Frederick Ollpln, recently had week They spent Monday In and daughter, Mr. and Mrs J. F. your ,.
and Mrs; M. F; Brown:' her 'tonslls remov d' at the Ala- JackHonvllle. Holllngpworth. He was accompanied work

wall and :Mrs. Brown chua County Hospital!' Gaines- home by Mrs. Holllngs- STAHKE HEA1ITY A
ville.lUTZ Mr. and Mrs. One YVSgglns and worth, who will spend' this weekIn LIGHTWEIGHT $
-.-..-.-------__..__.___. _- _,_____!-O Jimmie children,, and Hobble Mr., Peggy and Mrs.Ann John and 1 I Lakeland. SNUG FIT ). UP Near SiI01'I'Ei.octtrnl Kit.t Dour of -r ,:' '''I I '
Koch Store 1 .1
Moyer were visitors to Jackson Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Savage Drug Courthouse| ;s'
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[ Sunday. Tuesday o Sylacauga, I, ,' ,
Ala., where Mr. Savage plans to .. '" 'I
FLORIDA Miss Carma GriffIs, of the Coffee work In a powder plant In con I ',T} (
Pictures First Run Pot, had as her guests Wed- nection with a defense project 2. Interviewers How Bo you do, v vmadam. :i .
Latest :
nesday her mother, Mrs R. K. Mrs. Savage was an employe in I'm making a survey and \ ,;,,1
DOORS OPEN DAILY AT 1 I 1- M. Griffis, and her brother, Earleof the County Agent's office. ANNOUNCING; THK OPENING would like to find out what you think s "\
of Southern Twin Paik Bread.
Friday, March 28 Raiford. 1'1'I
Arthur Kennedy and Olympe Hradna, In Miss Wilhelmina Rusrn pro- NEW METHOD CLEANERS "' Housewife i I prefer It to any other
A. Z. Adkins, Jr.,! and Jimmie gram director of recreational activities kind became each half loaf it sep I, tip),}/
"KNOCK OUT"o"Adventures Sewell are here./from Citadel for the new "day camp" EDWARDS Owner arttcly wrapped and then both halves .. .;
K.: O. ,
| of A News Reel Cameraman"And Military! Academy,' Charleston which opens at B. H,,,S. Monday are wrapped again. Two .eapb.vs 1 I.
Our Gang Comedy C., for an eight-day. .. visit, S'I I morning, was In Starke Tuesday! (ways keep brad frtibrr bee res. j i'', :
their parents. engaging a room and'Vnaklng arrangements ''' '
March 29 for the PROMPT SEIU'ICESatisactioll !
Saturday, opening./ .. r''
-DOUBLE FEATURE'esar Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White had .-- t fo"i
as guests fast week Mrs. I*. A. Miss Eunice Wamsley, of Jacksonville Guaranteed
Romero,' In MIDNIGHT SHOW 11:30 Crosby Wayne Crosby, Miss Lois W. P. A. Supervisor of t 1 .. i tf;iy J

omance Of The Peter Lorre In His Crosby, and Robert Smith, all of Recreation<< In District 1'; and her )
Biggest Thriller Driftwood, Pa. secretary Mrs. J. 'A."taul, also )Phone 13.; ",
[Rio Grande"And e
were Visiting the
"Face' Behind The ),[. S. Cleland another experienced local W P. A. recreation pro- 315 Temple Ave. Starke Fla. I t
Lynn Bari. In Mask" clerk-vehicle, has been jocts here Tuesday, Mrs. Saulis 4. e
West" transferred to the local Express a former resident of Stn rke.
leepers office from Leesburg for an Indefinite : '1;
Chapter 10 of The ALSO-Cartoon & Sports period.

Green; Hornet Short I Ij Interviewer Can you' give any' 1i 4 t.'fi!

Sunday& Monday March 30.& 31 Mrs Sam Letchos whose husband other reason? t'if r I '

Errol Flynn &'.OJivra Dellavilland, In Cafe,,and Is little proprietor daughter of ,the Anthea Ritz, Plenty l Parking Space Hou."I' Yea-VMCM 'are, wrrrer I' : i
"SANTA FE TRAIL" 1" "NIt Jf "i4yt frith lo"RTf } fteve'fhave J '
f spent several days In Thomas- any stele br" thrgw'ewa r"; s 4.. i Yj1i
ALSO-Jan Garbelrt'Band and Cartoon ville, Ga.;; last week. 5 PRODUCE f
: Lbs. MA
f ., ... ,. ;,.: ;;. r
: n..
Tuesday, April 1 Mrs. H; 'Caj-iton,. of the Columbia I 2 5 C "...,.,..I'f'...... ..... ....
BARGAIN DAY-Admission 15c Military"Distributors, 'has: 'Sugar"r 4 Lb a. I $!It "t' r

Paul Cavanaugh,, In."SHADQW had aM her guest for the past I 15C _.. ,:., : i
'ON -THE STAIRS' week her'.mother, Mrs. ")[. Weinstein 5 Lbs. Fancy..Blue Bananas "
: w-: 1i,
,- of New York City. 25p
\I. O-Sports Short& Joe Blo'V,The Fire' Fly: Rose Rice Q .; ;

,Mrs. C.: McCornack and Mrs. 2 Large r> t
Wednesday & Thursday, April. 2'' & 3 ] J JJL j
Ann Bell, of St. Charles, 111., arrived -
In : 24 Lbs.
Gary Cooper Guaranteed C r
WESTERNER"LSO.Cartoon Tuesday and will upend a I 75p Heads Lettuce t-f I
"THE month In Starke at the' home of I
: and Latest M. G. M. Newsreel Mr. and Mrs. John Ujjlow. : Flour I I

;, 10 Lbs. 1 f .4. Ve, housewives, you too can end :t' :

Misses Dorothy Delavan and, 20 Lbs. Ort C stale bread watt by buying Southern t ?- ,
1 Joyce Woods, members of the B. m ,, Irish Potatoes JL *J Twin Pack Dread This bread'rives you ] 'R';
NAT SEZ: H. S., faculty, will leave tomor- O C money, _for while you UM ins half '
row for their respective homesIn Pillsbury Fldur -W the other hall remain. sealed and as \ '
Bald heads must be "ketch ." orb Femandina and Lakeland.L. -- 3 Lbs. Yellow Venn a. when it cam from the oven.; ,t

yy else why are there so many bald 3 Tall or 6 Small Cj tOe Say goodbye.10 aisle bread blues- 'I
'+ headed barber A. Cunova was In Orlando Onions ask fur Southern Twin Pack Bread ,
1Q I once knew a carpenter who did. Wednesday and way accompaniedhome Milk i-WjLC today. Extra healthful berauM if* I '1,
1 some, work on His own houne.II"my by''his wlfi,lad three son, "to now enrkhed with Vitamin Olfjengtl : j
golf game gets any wore.I'm who spent ten'day*')here visiting FEEDS mort food tmtrgf,, *I"f"t H
going to start fishing again; -- ...... ,
Dr. and Mrs S. pAyandlvlere.,
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would be the 2-5cPkgs. !?
wonder which one E I t ;
wore I could go on like this 5c TUXEDO FEEDS I
Friends of Mre/Boyd Hollowaywill
for quite a spell but I guess I Matches or Salt ''
be glad to know that she Is f.f.'I ;
better leave room for the sensible FREECoupon
convalescing at the 'Magnolia ) '
part of thin al.t Hotel following a recent opera 2 Lbs. i I'd' ;, 1 1t
With Each hag '
tion In the Alachua County, Hos- Pure'c /'I'
pital. 'Lard Good; For Valuable Prizes 'tll

Special Egg Mash _. _- $2.70 t'
I Mrs C. S. Llndaey, 'who' has ,1 I
been visiting Mr and Mrs. L. Quarts 1 .
t COOL AS A i {
D. Vining for the past two weeks,'' JLl./V' Scratch - -- $2.00 -tf
I will leave the first of the week Salad I Dressing -

G L Lfflf fl f for her home In ,.Wlnston-Salem, 1 TWIN PACK WHITE-TWO o
FIG 16 Dairy Feed 1.65
N. C. 50 Lb. Cans'Pure p. c. half. laves whJ. bread individually ,
wrapped inside.. Twin Pack'

Patrolman W. E. Thornton was Lard (Made in >wrapper.** r' :
Brad$3 :
Horse Feed $2.00
R __ _
to''RIvenlde W
taken Hospital ford County) '2 TWIN PACK 2-la-l-ll.aJn:) i
r Jacksonville, last Friday for a V white bread half loaf wheat i ir.

dogesUNDLRW major operation.. He Is] restingwell I"r ,White Corn.._ _. $1155 rres&.' Both halve. individually '.I 4?
and will soon be'back home MEATS' : wrapped and re-wrapped in :Twin t
AR and at work. : Pack wrapper.
'for a taoler summer, tr> ... I Complete Line, of, Native and Just Received Twin Pack ia an txtlutltt Sourbera U t

Jockey Uoderweor. WI knit Ito Dr. ,and Mrs. W. Jackson. of l1a4 I' Bread) feature. Ask yauc grocer for
Meats Cold Cuts
absorb.and evaporate Clinton, N. C., Mr. and Mrs..JohnA. J Western Car Choice Timothy your favorite, Twin Pack loaf eocfa,. ., .br 1t
f and daughter. Miss '
and let akin I Baugh Pound
penpiration your TENDER
,. GOOD ,
fits Kke second Marie Baugh of Vincent Ind.,' Per 100 Lbs.. $1.50
R I Lre'ath..It a ,
ROAST _ '20c
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i were.. recent guests '--of' Mr. .and &iJ4f/t/4
K .' with .
skin gives ovary j '
and br free from bulk and| Mr. :,ti. t*/ Brownlee." . Get'Our Prices On Ton Lots
...., GOO TENDER Pound YOU OKT MOM rooo,911ar
Wnd. Jock ey fc. '
ty v easy to laun .r. anted ds; Mrs. W4.. Sternberg arid Mrs. SHORT RIB OF BEEF 17%c WILSON & TOOMER EVEIY TWIM PACE\ t/Ar'
s1.-' Yontny.'Th. pat.nt.d Charles,; Collins haveJust' returned 'i#
t no '
Ylront eonslnietlori provides' fronVa three-day YUIll'to SUGAR CURED Pound'' FERTILIZERS .. BIN EIRICIEINITN'. '1I "' \M i7
J lengths Get some today Sternberg, In. Dayton Beach. or %'

;h and.1 bta'tuiirto>> get Jock.y VITAMINB1 I K
X11 r r CeMowreof'SlUrt* to match. Guy H. Sale and .Jack Sale Pound 35 p. c. organic content-Good I
will have aa their guests, Sunday ,
ti 44 Orfgrnated COOPERS.and Manufactured h !is- their father and mother, Mr. and HENS (Live,weight) 19c for all crops
'r by Mr. John' H. Sale. of Madison; )
priced garment; from, Have just received load lr
per their slater Miss Lola' Sale of PURE CREAMERY Pound car

brother Thomasvllle Graham, Ga.; Sale and, of the Valdosta Ir- BUTTER' 36c Nitrate' of 'Soda and Nitrate of II

Ga. OLEOMARGERINE Lb. lOc Potash-Get our prices ;
; 50c
L onday J. B. Rowe and was was In accompaniedhome Jacksonville

by his daughter, Mrs. A. B. '
Baker of Daytona Beach. Mrs. : S. R. JOHNS & SON r
Baker recent ly.underwent I a serious a
4.e _
I operation 4t St. Vincent1;I ,
Ho rttltol. and afterward. spent ,
a few dclv..willi IMF brother Ver. I

STERNBERG'Si I I non L. Rowe. She will spend a .I: Phone 45 Near S. A. L. Depot:
week or wo convalescing In the I
i home of, her lath r. j to.t


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f \ J Jj Deeds Filed BROOKERBy Manassa InjuredIn War Recalls Camp Express Delirtt

tldII't1: \ With Our Farmers For Record' Mrs. L. U Parker Ball Game 'Tin Hat' IncidentWm. Camp Branding may Boon ',

I.U. l'IALP"UR.'I DIES free express delivery *
W. B. Watson and wife, Her- Mai- George Manassa, manager of C. Murray assistant man- said t
Funeral for I, U
services Shepherd
'' 41 y J, J;. Roster of Lawtey is a use. Mr. Griffls I is now plantingfield styne R. Watson, to E v a Mae phurs, 94. who died early Tues the Ritz Theatre, spent three daysIn ager of the Southland Amusement I ent early this week tf *

tt ry little late with hili planting this corn peanuts Fordhook Thomas: 60 Iota In City Park sub- day morning at the home of his St. Vincent's Hospital' Jack- Park here h a a just received plans go. through
lima beans and velvet beans. A division and Carman'aaddition time owing to J"*
Weatherly the
year, but started<<1 In earnest last flock of 125 nice chickens help to Starke, March 13; nephew Wflllle! weeks Malphurs, following sonville, as a result of an accident word by letter that two of his volume: of express, butt*(

week, and Is now "planting asa him to make both ends meet." Charles Dlnkins and wife to L. F several Illness were which occurred during a nephews are somewhere In Eng- Camp, those In /''"

'av + fast an I can." His place embodies Dlnkins, lot at Lawtey, March 14; held at the with'graveside Wednesday Starke-Cedar Keys basket ball land or Greece fighting: with the been considering such authority, k
the Rev. C. A.
20 In timber and amore
40 acres-- pine
i4 under cultivation and his I Harry' Lewis, who has a fine L. F. Dlnkins and wife, ThelmaA. Crosby officiating. game at the Armory Wednesday Canadian Active Service forces. dlflnlt. information 18 yet
20 Inht
will include CO-acre farm northwest of Starke, Dinkins, to Annie B. Dlnklns, In night of last week.In Mr. Murray who bas been a but It seems a likelihood '
this Mr. born
season Malphurs wa.
: planting thy,
lima will specialize In corn and pea- lot at Lawtey, March 15; Eva addition to being knockedto resident of Starke for several a very early: date a "
Irish potatoes, string beans, I Alachua County and made his lruck 'Ir
Mae Thomas and husband A. J. the Starke "
:; nuts this year. He will also havean the floor a slight months was managing directorof will Pick
; causing ?
r beans, field corn sweet potatoes, home there until a few years ago sPu
a few peanuts, and 1 3-10 acres', (acre of string beana, a quarteracre Thomas, to Alice Marie Kelley when he moved here with his skull fracture he also received a the Bradford County Fair last deliver express at Camp 11J8II'
of tobacco Mr. Roster's all- of butter beans, and an acre and S. C. Gay, City Park sub- closest relative. severe elbow punch in the eye. I December, served with the Can- without the folks there havtnr t

around farm also Includes seven each of pepper and tomatoes for division, Weatherly and Carman'saddition "Tell them I didn't get my black adian Army overseas in the first bring or send It here, ..
+l_______ He velvet to Starke, 60 lota--one- Interment was in Deedan Cemetery War : member of the 43rd
hogs and six head of cattle the market plants eye in a fight," said Mr Manassa; World as an Infantry sergeant division
beans with his corn. "Last year I third to Alice Marie Kelley, one- "tell them It was in a basketball I' for four year He was arrives here bring ?.
rank and third to S. C. Gay, and one-third Mrs. W T. Phillips representedthe package with him "
I. N. Newell, whose 120-acre planted them too they game for Greek relief. I'm the one wounded lit three different majorbattles. Mr,
Mr. Lewis said. remaining In the hands of Eva Drookcr Junior High School I l herd said.
choked the corn, rl
farm is the largest in the who needs the relief. It cost me l'* 4
Mae Thomas and her husband, A. at the F. E. in
A. meeting Tampalast
To be sure there's always an "
county, will let much of his land 97 bucks, Mr. Manassa said In receiving news concerninghis
supply of meat in the J. Thomas, March 15; Wlnona week She reported a very New Businesses
lie idle this ,year, planting not ample nephews, it reminds Mr, Mur-
Hoover Hickman and Earl Hick-
successful .
smokehouse, Mr. Lewis has around
more than 8 or 10 acres "unless I Starke Men ray of a peculiar incident that
can get help," as he expressed it 10 head of hogs and 15 head of man her husband to C. M. Bitch : K.: O: Fisher and daughter happened 21 years ago when he Mra. Myrtle Reynohis Of
"Prices have been so low in the stock cattle. and Jessie Thelma Ritch, March : Francine, were visitors in Train Recruits came home from overseas still Land this week opened the S
15: Carl Anders and wife. Elizabeth Beauty Shop and
past few years," Mr. Newell says"that Edna Green Cove Springs Friday. .wearing his sergeant's uniform tile Sbrt
Anders, to Mrs. Jones Barber
a fellow can't hire the work R. L. rtutten has 75 acres under ,j Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman Leiutenant-Colonel George A. and carrying his army kit bag Shop in CongreSSInilll

r' ''r done and come out. We can't pay I cultivation and has already 5 acres March 19; Bertha Greento attended the Singing ConventionIn DeCottes, executive officer of the containing his shrapnel helmet, Green's new building on Co;.,
Wesley Holmes 1 acre, March Street So
y Camp Blandlng prices, and you planted 40 acres of corn. The Lake City Sunday. 124th Infantry Regiment stationedat rle was met at the door by his the far the personal
the farm stand is described a" "pretty 19. Camp Blandlg, paid high com who beauty shop are Walter
,efR can't get help on any The Baccalaureate Sermon was little four-year-old nephew folds p!!II
more." Mr. Newell will plant a good." He will have two acres of well attended Sunday The Rev.A. pliment to the 23 new nelecteea yelled out, "Uncle Bill, can I both of and Miss Gladys Wye,

rtl little corn, a few melons cow garden,' four of beans, and 50 SAMPSON CITY E. Lightfoot of Starke de- recently assigned to Headquart have your tin hat?" of DeLand.' C G,
1 'sll and a small garden lie bas acres of corn when he Is through tty Mrs. S. K.: Jones era Detachment of the 124th's Starke. and Tom pj,
peas livered an inspiring address.Don't Bill yielded to the youngster'spleas Miami u
been In 111' health for several planting. The remainder of his second battalion, which, until are In the barber shop
and the little fellow proudly
UNUSUAL 1NCIDKNTAn : forget the picture show ;
hard"as will be devoted to chufa the selectees arrived was -
and "can't work as acreage composed
years odd coincidence occurredthis Saturday night. I wore the helmet for several days.
he used to do. and peanut "I 1 fatten 20 or 25 entlrley of Starke National -
Little did Bill dream then that
Mr. week when sons were bornon Our school closes this week
lead of hogs every year, Guardsmen.Col. .
successive to Mr. andMrs. thin same nephew would be wear-
C. Griffis of Lawtey expects to 3utten said. after a very successful term. The DeCottes who is also regi- r:
Shl Smith, formerly of children Ing a, "tin hat" In earnest 20
are to begin their
begin picking strawberries around eager mental commander of the 124th'aprovisional
Sampson and now living in Hawthorne years later and that he would
summer vacation but :
the first of April and continuetill New Photo as usual made
Shop. and to Mr. and Mrs. Doc will be regiment ( up probably go through the tortue
they to
the middle of May. He hasthree soon ready assemble selectees), told the trainees that
that the 25 went
Warren of Sampson. Mrs. Smith men years ago
Park Photo Shop work another I
this The new for
( acres of berries yearG3.000 they showed "unusual aptitude In
In that
and Mrs Warren are sisters-the through a war was sup-
plants. He hits planted a owned and operated by the owners In orders I
former Misses Eula Mae and Etta term.Mr learning and executing posed to end all wars.
few English which are already and Mrs W. p Nicholsof
peas of the Park Theatre, op- Fee Dyal. daughters of Mr. and and commands promptly and I
up an acre of cow peas, Starke are upending the week correctly." The group was instructed -
ened here Saturday in the Mrs. Willis Dyal of ,Sampson.The Library Report I
and an acre and a half of sweet with Mrs. Nichols1 parents, Mr and drilled by First
north wing of the Park Theatre Warren baby was born In
corn, and an acre of Irish pota- and Mrs. A. L.; Crosby. Sergeant Elmo Struth assistedby Shows GrowthThe I I
building. "Photos made while youwalt" the Alachua County Hospital.Mr. II
toes. Of course, there will be theo Ben Henderson Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Starke Corporal Long both Starke I I
Is the slogan. -
usual patch of greens for family Is the photographer. Mr. and Mrs. E. Jones and was visiting relatives here Monday Starke Library now has on i I
mother were visitors to Camp men.Another II
fletcher, a "real artist," accordIng 'Branding Sunday. Starke member of the hand 3,434 books having added I
to W. N. Carnaslon is doing Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen were I Headquarters Detachment, Staff 434 volumes during the year Feb. j'
F, P. Jones of Ft. Pierce and In Gainesville brie 1 1940 to Feb 1 1941 accordingto ,
the decorating And\ planning the day last week. Sergeant Al Carlisle, was acting ,
scenery and lighting effects. Jim Canders of Ft. Myers were Mrs. J. C. Holder will returnto first sergeant of a company of the report of the Librarian, I I

visiting here Sunday night. her home in Cross City after 75 selectees orlg&lnally assigned Mrs. Jeanette Young. Mra. Younghas ,I

Illanding 'Wins 6-0 Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Polk have spending some time -with her 10 G Company but unable to enterthat issued 1,173 borrower's cards ATJERRY'S I II

moved to Tampa this week. daughter, Mrs. Frank Feagle. company due to a quarantine during the year-an increase of I

The Camp Illanding All-Stars Mrs. Canady spent the weekend -- Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mintz of I imposed for several days whena 115 over last year. According to

defeated a Palatka team 6-0 In with her mother in Jack- Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. case of measles was discovered. her annual report, Mrs. Young FOR AFOOT I

a baseball game played here Sunday sonville. Mintz' parents',' Mr. and Mrs. L. I!I has loaned during the year 1,242 I ,

afternoon on the1 newly-com- Mrs. Clinton Daughe r t y of' R. Galney Sunday. Given Special RateThe juvenile books; 4,544 volumes of i LONG HOT DOG i
pleted diamond at Bradford Park.A Theressa spent the week with her Mr and Mrs. Sanford Ritch Fiction; 1 on general work; 36

CHILDREN percentage of the proceedswent parents Mr, and Mrs J.. L Wynn. i and son of Ralford were visiting City Council last week philosophy; 20 religion; 57 sociology i ALSOIfOMEMADE

to the H. H. S. Athletic Horace Varnes left Friday to relatives here Sunday. granted to the Army Y. M. C. A. ? 17 natural science; 27 useful I

ENJOY "I' fund visit In Palatka and Sanford fora Miss Clara Flume of Starke a flat rate of 2 l-2c per kUlowat arts;. 34 fine ,arts; 63 litera- I CHILIJERRY'S-

few days.Plumbers. was the guest ,ot the G. B. Col- for electric current In the Wom- ture; 271 en biography historyand i I II
i SKATINGAT sons Sunday. an's Club building. Robert B. travel. A total of 6.202 volumes -

Ask Mrs. Irvin Williams of St. Au- Wear, Secretary, had previously have been loaned, 'or' an I

Code Enforcement gustine spent the week-end with conferred with City Clerk Carl average of 20 1-2 books per." day. I 151 Cull Street

"4 + her sister. Mrs.:.Fred Hazen and Johns relative to the matter In New, patrons desiring library I Starke, Florida
SOUTHLANDPARK presenting the proposition to the cards are now asked to make a
Carl M. Rltch and J. C. "Scot- .
..irnREAL tie" Smith, local family.Aubrey Hazen and Rema Council, Clerk Johns stated that deposit f three,, dollars, two of i Jerry & Nick1
plumbers, were
RINK at 'the Council .last Thomas of Camp Blandlng were he,thought that\; the Y irould use which'will be returned when the I

meeting visiting here last'week.' 3.00O killowata per month.! card is surrendered. i ,- -,- ... ----
week In the Interest of a plumb
13c-:3:30: to 5 P.M. ers' code for Starke, or the enforcement Mrs. G. B.* Col on, Mrs. J. K. .

I of the code which is Douglas and Mrs. Charles HanTy, ,
Except SaturdaysThe already on the statute books. Jr., were visiting Mr and Mrs .k ','" .- ,
After much discussion and con- G. E. McGauley In Melrose last 00.-

special prices I offered demnation of much Inferior week. '

children every afternoon make HONEST-TO- plumbing said to be going on In Eloise Parrish of Trenton spent T.A&:

tills rink an popular with children GOODNESS, HOME Starke-plumbing unfair both to the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. = ; REPORT

an crownupt'l.V b II e property-owners and plumbers. Frank Palk.124th .
skating special supervision -
t It was stated that such a code

l and care of Instructors ; ---.- -.. already' exists and Chairman W. I Infantry of .' i

Near School On i DEPOT CAFEAT Edwards of the volunteered situation, to and makea see Is Complimented .

Road 28 that the code Is properly carriedout. America
I '
I I The second batttllon of the \
124th Infantry regiment has

been commended highly by Lieut .

enant-Colonel C.. M. P a I'kin l ,
'JQ o>oooo Facts That Concern You No. 25 of a Strirt
director of the 31st (Dixie Division .

schools, and also by General '
John C. Persons, com. The Ford Motor Company's 5 Several months ago work was
general' of the division. '
mandlng business has started on our own initiative, on
always to
The special letter'ot commen- an entirely new 1500 horsepower air
I dation was received by Major serve the needs of the American plane engine especially: designed for

_ Maxwell C. Snyder, commandingofficer people. In providing them with mass production. This engine is now

of the battalion, follow- low-cost transportation for the in the test stage and plans are being
ing a demonstration of tactical
developed for producing it in large
EVERY training for the Individual soldier. past 38 years, we have developed quantities when and if needed.

The demonstration was given by of the .
'. : one country's largest -
members of Major Snyder's com- C A Ford aircraft apprentice school
and useful I industrialunits.
SCHOOL mand, and among the chosen few most ** has been established to train 2000

i (.t'A ,$'w participating were four Starke During a national emerstudents'at a time. -
men, members of thebattalion's.
AND gency, we feel that these facilities -
headquarters detachment: First ,
should be devoted That is of
Sergeant Elmo Struth, Staff Sergeants a report progress

James Dennis and Al Car- reserve to our country's needs. to date.

EVERY8USINESS lisle, and Private Owen Baker. Toward that end 'we started
e a The demonstration was witnessed The experience and facilities
r months with these
J--- by General Persons, rep- rolling ago, of this company can ,be used
: resenatlves of the Fourth Corps results: .
to do much of the which
Area, and by the commanding job j
generals of the 61st and 62nd bri I ... 1 A $21,000,000 Ford airplane en- America now needs to' done ;
: get
HAS one .
,, ine
gades. The letter, which was factory started only 6, months in I
1'1.-1 i is a hurry.
nearly completed. Production
e < ____ celved by all units of the ago '
'' will 'start with an initial order for
stated "The officers and men'of''
OK TWO this battalion deserved commen- 4.236 eighteen cylinder aircooled.ur way of working, 'whichavoids .

dation for the super_ manner 'of double-row radial engine all possible red tape, enables "

., performance and the high ,morale 2 We are building a new $800,000, ,us, to get results' get

shown throughout the ,exacting Ford magnesium alloy foundry, them fast.. This benefits 'users

In a school full of bright ..el.rnpectfor 18,294 persons supports an annual requirements for all of troops repeating of the the DI-exercises already one of the producing few in the lightweight country. his airplane ,of our products and workers

_ trig students, there are very' likely to be payroll of $15,757,151 and contributedone vision during the 'two days." Another engine castings who"produce them., .

or two completely lacking: in good 1735893.93 last year in state taxes. paragraph asserted that .

common sense. And that goes for b.I- It is the brewers' responsibility '''to "This demonstration would com- 3 Army vehicles reconnaissance e cars-mmWe are ready"to make anything -
pare favorably with similar de- tary of an entirely new
nest, too"..particularly the beer retailmake good beer-the retailers'responsibility monstrations staged at Service type_'are rolling off special Ford we know how to make,

ing business. to sell beer in wholesome surroundings 'Schools." An Indorsement by assembly lines at the rate of more to make it to the limit of our

Out of thousands 'of beer retailers -and the legally constituted the Division's commanding gen- than 60O month.We have produced capacity if need be, to.make it
eral contained additional compU- Army staff ,can and bomber service
_,' who conduct respectable, law-abiding authorities responsibility to enforce the meats trucks. as fast as we can go, and to start

_ businesses,there maybe a few"dunce" laws. All of these working together the next job whenever our
The has given I the
retailers who disobey the law or perwith the public are needed to protect McKinney Child ,Dies 4 "go-ahead" and work is now country asks us to. And tothlSunder ,

mit anti-social conditions. the future of beer. way for the fast construction end, we know we have the full
Bernard Kane 3-
These few unwanted retailers You help the of mod of an 11000.000 Ford plant '
are a too can cause
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. confidence_ and loyal
menace .to the future of the beer ineration- by ((1)) patronizing only reputa I A. J. McKinney, of Graham died to assemblies produce by bomber mass airframe produc-
uuatry..and also of the benefits bet-r blepfaceawherebeerissold(2)andrehas : ;( ) Friday. March' 21, after a briefillness. tion methods.
throughout our plants.FQRD .
) made possibls. Right here in porting any violation you may observe I i
| IiI.110" 8 described as "a happy I
Florida, beer! provides employment to the duly constituted: authorities .I chill with a sweet

tp Sit,.. and truly the light of (1II1roalton'l

I BEER.:a beverage of moderation = : [: at Funeral the graveside services' were In ." Santa conducted Fe,1 M o. COMPANY:

;. j .;( Cemetery Saturday morning with I Q, <<.' ,
the Rev. Fred Dodd

= Beside! his the child
-- : : parents
i"" =:
; ..>jCA.nItt., ---'"> 'ie. ,0'T Is survived by four brothers' and
two platers. -

} L.28.:1


1 h r AROUND LAWTEY PINE Mr'*. II.LEVELBy M. MelUe I I r Harley Newman EHampton !ftfll U

to! Relatives and friends of little Happenings ; :

With Ruby Moore We are glad ,to report that the Harley Newman were grieved to .
0 8-month9-oId sort of Mr and Mrs.B. learn he was killed In an automobile '
M. McRae Is homo JOHNS-BOWKRS the present term of school In i I.#(: '
ItJ at from the I accident near Jacksonville 0, ,I
,, : ) .KKKLLEYIRTVINS W. M. U. MEETS Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hanson of hospital In Palatka where he has 'Friday, February 28th, while re A marriage of much Interest Bradford High. E. I* Jr., .U I' ."., !
p w. s. c. S.women's WITH MRS. MELVIN FLITCH the Gulf Station Restaurant were been ill for several days. turning! !; home with his patents lnN Hampton was that of L. G. vary popular with the Hampton
4 Society of CJ ris- The Women's Missionary Union host and hostess to their em- after relatives Johns, Jr., and Ruth Ella Dowers younger set and was honored I I
ervlce met at the home of met Thursday, March 20. at the ployees Monday night at dinnerat Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae visiting here. The bride la the oldest daughterof with a surprise party last Friday ,
Tuesday' aft- home of Mrs. Melvin Futch. and children of Bartow are visit- Harley' was born April 1, 1036 t
Jennie Kelley Joe's Grill. the late Mr. Herbert Priest of night. Many guests were present i
.IrR with the president In Mrs. J. P. Wyrtck and Miss K.Maauey Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer ing relatives here this week. I and spent two years of his life Starke. We are glad to learn and a very enjoyable evening. was I .
,\ n with his uncle and aunt Mr. and
I Devotional Pro were In charge of Mrs. D. M. McRae and Mrs. ,
e of the the and children, and Mr. and Mrs. that they will make their future enjoyed by those present.
Mrs. T.
N. Norman, who loved
and both Dame, and little daughter Bar i
1 ht, gave interest- Neal Elder and their son were homo In Hampton. Mrs P.: G. Gibblna spent last '
Ing talks., bara Jean, of Starke were visitingMra. him dearly. He was lovable ;
hit business session I
the visitors to in Hampton, visitingher !
Camp Blandlng Sun Saturday
ring made for the finalto The next meeting to be held day evening. H. M. McRae,Monday.Mr. I child and will be sadly missed by Prof. M. W Morrow, Principal: husband. ; ,

tip o" were' raise the balance of April 3rd., will be conducted in Miss and Mrs Allen F. Hall his relatives, friends and playmates of the Hampton school, has returned and t ..
Meredith Dixon Mr. and here and In Jacksonville Mm. J, W. Home young
u4Cad church repairs the form of a business session at I and daughter, Ardelia, of Jack- from Slippery Rock Pa., It '
on the I "j
100 owing: v. Mrs G. C. Highsmith and their where he has lived almost two son. Billy, left Thursday for r
were Mrs. W. the church. sonville are spending a while here where he went to bury his It '
,ose present son. Kenneth, all of Jacksonville, years. He attended Sunday School week-end In Reeveavtlle. S. c. On I 1
H. Harley with Mr. and H. M, McRae. mother; and from Knoxville 'I
A, .Irs" :
Those .
Mrs. '
dwardl present were Mrs J B. spent Thursday with Mr. and and always looked forward to her return trip she will be accom: ,
Herbert Hazzard, Mrs, G. McDonald, Mrs. J, p, Wyrick, Sr., Mrs. W. F. Moore. Another visitorin Mra. Kathleen Alvarez and his class. He liked to talk about I Tenn.the where he was looking over panied by her three children' who I

ob ertsts, Mrs. Mary Bennett; Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck% Jr., Mrs A, A. the Moore home during the children of Watemak were visit- Heaven and sing, '"Jesus Loves : the University view of Tennessee with have been visiting their grand 'I'' "tr I, .
Mrs J, H Moore. Annie, Mrs H. B. Arwood. Miss past week was Mrs. Snow of ing Mrs. A. F. Hall Monday. Me." of taking a summer parents since the close of the :I : ;
pleasant social hour followed K. Massey and Mrs Lee Enfield. Jacksonville. We are sorry to report that The funeral services Hampton School. ,;. ,j jMr.
were con
A delightful social hour Juanita Alvarez, small daughter Prof' and Mrs M. W Morrow,
uKlnells meeting. con- Mr. George : .. Hall has an her : 1. 1
Young, after aweek's ducted the following Sunday at Lynn ,
of of Hampton, are the proud .."
cluded the meeting, during which Mr. and Mrs. Britton Alvarez par. I"' (
Mae '
Ida ;
and Mrs. Paul Dlnkina and refreshments of ice Illness, I IB greatly Improved In very 111. Pine Level Church by Kid. W. K.; enU of alx-months-old 16 1-3 guest bee sister Mrs
cream and Is able to be about Hall of Green Cove Springs and Stagg of Jacksonville, l 1
have -
t re'Pd
I flv of Jacksonville home made cake were nerved, pound adopted girl Carolyn( Sue, ft ,
to Lawtey to assist Mr. again. HIGHLAND his body was laid to rest in the named for Carolyn Caltstieet. Mrs Mandy Bishop and eon t 1', )f

.Mrs, Charlie Dinkins In tak- Mr. and Mrs. W Hal Edwards! Monday afternoon inaugurated By Mice Uethfaiiberly Crosby Lake Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Bridges were Carrla, of Port St. Joe are spend n }
n tare of their home and berfy had as their guests for dinner the beglnlng of a new Taxi Service Besides his parents, Mr. and victors In Adel.! Ga, over the ing tome time aa the guesta of I j '; ha :
I during Mr. Dlnklns' Illness. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. from. Camp Blandlng. Mr. Miss Edith, Griffis of Jacksonville Mrs, Allen F. Hall, Hurley- IH week-end. While in Hampton Mr. and Mra. J. C Chaaon. l

, I, and Mrs David W. Moore Fred Moore. -----. Warren, a long time resi- spent the week-end herewith survived by one sister, Ardella- (hey are staying with Miss Ada : '

Rs daughters, Caroline and Little Freddie Williams, '''while dent of Bradford County Is Supervisor her father, J, F. Grlffls. Hall grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.H. Nlmmo. E.xce. Acid cause ;l :i' : :

were week-end guests of playing near the family car Saturday of the seven new cabs put L. L. Walden and John Northof M. McRae of Starke, and a Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gammase FREE''If p.fn of Stomach r ; : ,
alp William Zuccarello hl.'ad.I I into service by the Orange Line, host of relatives and friends. ,$
,and Mrs fell and Injured his Maxvllle were visitors here have returned to their home In Ulcers, IndlfMtlonBloating. / '
Jacksonville, returning home Mr. and Mrs. Neil Elder took' operating from Camp Banding to Friday.C. Pall hearers were: Ray Haltlwnnger Cherry Lake, near Madison, after .Gas,Heartburn,Belching- '. Ii :

a hay evening Mr. Moore 'also him to aphysician in Starke as I all pointy In the State. Joe Har- M. Griffla wax a business Homer Skeen, Hugh spending several I months In Nausea gt a fr.e sample of UDCA 'I :
|t Tuesday morning In Jack- several stitches were necessary. rell Jr., of Lawtey la the driverof visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday Halliwnngcr, Aubrey Craven, J, 'I Hampton. Their son E, L Jr., and a /!.. Interesting booklet at { 1: r

lie on business.r. Mrs E. D. Boyer returned to enthusiastic one of the over cabs the and la quite Mrs. J. R. Smith of Lawtey R. Hall and J, R. Lyons will follow them at the close of'' CARPENTKK'S DRUG STORE ., SI :.
and Mrs, I. B. Cody red DeLand Thursday after spendingsome outlook of this vlslled friends here Sunday $

> to Lawtey last week after time with her daughter, new business. Mrs N, T. Green and children Half Moon To Open I FUNERAL DIRECTOR '
al. weeks absence In Gaines- Mrs. W. F. Moore. Ann Moore of
but Two of our younger citizens: Lawtey pent Saturday Tho Half Moon Beer Garden Yean Me to Reader
and other points, only accompanied her to DeLand to My: Many Experience Make It Possible for
the guests of Mrs. II. C. Wlm- +
fined long enough to repack spend several days. are celebrating birthdays this will officially open Saturday In EFFICIENT, PHOMPT and COURTEOUS SEItVICB '"\r
belongings They left Mon- Mrs. F. Rembert Carradlne and week-George W. Roberts, Jr. I berly and family. the old 1 location ( for Bradenton whose birthday was March Mr. and Mrs. Albert Groover & Son's store, according to
rooming little
daughter Linda left Mon-
to remain dur- 21st. and little Miss 'Kslher of Lawtey were visitors here Saturday George Pappa. proprietor Fixtures ; DeWITT ,C. JONES s ,
re they expect day to visit Mr and Mrs. Bud I Starke Florida f-i
of and then Shuford who was nine yearsof costing approximately $4-
I the month April I Mattingley of Babson Park, where J
home. age last Monday. S. C. Harley visited Mends at 000 have been installed, Mr.
I Jrn they expect t 0 remain several .
said He will nerve sandwiches
W 1*. Wyrlck left Sun- months. Lawtey Saturday. Pappua
Irs ,
For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local
and beer.
her Mrs. Leslie Grifflft of Maxvllle
i I to spend some time with The Rev. Homer S. Morgan, ItOATDKAIN t
[m-law and daughter Mr. and travelling evangelist of Quincy. i Ity l\1rs. Z. Z. Griffin visited relatives here- Sunday. Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage Located } ')

I Charles Carter of Tall a- Maati, was a guest at the homeof I Miss Oleeta Green and Mrs. 7ooKoom Improved One Block South k
of S. A. L.
feoefi Mr. and Mrs J. B. McDonald Albert Grtffls mode a business Ruby Green visited! their grand! Depot ,
I': Charlie Dinkins, although Tuesday. Mr. Morgan was en- trip to Gainesville Monday.Mr. mother Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, W. A, Pesnenfa pool room It Is

I [confined to bed has returnede route to Philadelphia from Island and Mrs. L. O. Tyre of Saturday. being remodeled and enlarged. ,
( and is reported steadily 1m- Grove where he has been con- Floi'ahome we revisiting :Mrs. Misses Ethel Ricks and Beth Is to have a new front, new' cell- J. W. ANDREWS JR. ,
Ing, rubber carpet, fluoi patentlights '
I Wimberly were visitors to Jack-
Ing. ducting a series of meetings. Tyre's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Prevatt sonville Sunday.Mr. large extension In the rear,
Friday and Mrs. M. T, Knight and and two additional pool tables It Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Galney children of Maxvllle were visiting will also have added adequate
I I I w and children, Miss Mildred Mor- toilet facilities and lavatory. Phone 118 '
v.g here Sunday.J. STARKE FLORIDA
( N A CLASS BY ITSELF rell and Miss Margaret Grlffls, F. Griffis and C. M. Griffla ,
I II were visiting Mrs. D. D. Woodard ,
were In Jacksonville Sunday. Two Selectees
of Bethel Sunday afternoon. ,
I Irr
Mrs. May Wells of Lawtey
Mm. R. L. Lee ana children was a visitor here Monday. Two mote Bradford County r
and Mrs. Frank Coleman and children Mrs J, W. Grlfflg, Mlsu Vergle I youths were sent to Camp Blending J'

were visiting Mrs. Gene Grlffis and R. S. Prescott were' Monday In answer to the 1 .
BAKING- POWDER Grlffls Sunday afternoon.Mr. business visitors to Starke Monday fifth draft call. They were Benjamin -

FRFE. Chatman Strickland of t" liavld Highsmith and Theodore fRFTM 1

Send for Camp Blanding was visiting Wil- Ted KuchenmelHter. ,
T.RV IT TODAY vet booicUr.IdoiCD lie Green Sunday afternoon.
2 IT* HlGrl QUAUTY INJURES IETfEltlAKlV6 bright *Ideas of Harold Grlffls of Jacksonville //I
[ 1 Mrs. A. E. SullivanMia
I and tat.v:; was visiting his grandparents, Mr. i Contract ExtendedThe Jp Do Your Trading '

R. 1er J.fd R L and Mrs K. L. Grlffls, Sunday. I Alice Jones and Mrs. Mate i \\

tie Hightower of Miami are visitIng War Department 'recently where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are r

their bi'other.' D. J. Phillips granted Starrett Brothers tt Eken, given away with every 940 in trade
extension of time
I Mr. and Mrsi R. C. Dampier contractors an I or certif stets.
I.'ra I. spent the wee k-cnll In High for completion,of Camp Blending Are liodeemel

When there's a slack Springs. construction, j previously ached- In SMITH'S GARAGE
March 10. No definite cChoose
Mr. and Mrs, M. Z Sullivan of uled to endd { You
Miami spent last week here at time was fixed for termination STARKE FLORIDA IS60MODELS

and 4 the bedside of his mother, Mrs. of the contract

noment. pause Josephine Sullivan who Is seriously l- h

ill at the home. of her son 1 1a

C. Sullivan.
a Mr and Mrs D. W Moore ; rat

were dinner guests: of Mr, and
Mrs. Thos. F Drown Sunday.
Mrs. S. W. Griffith and little

ion, Donald, left Sunday for Y/ y 7 ,
Ocala where- they will visit Mrs.
J Griffith's sister Mrp. J. A. Mllll- 1ll
\ ken before going on to their homeIn I '

Miami. I r.
Carlos 'Summer of Gainesville '. ?

: and Mrs. Dewey Chapman and ,

; two sons, Carol and Kenneth ,of

Miami visited! their, grandmother,
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs 'L. J, Wynn of a J Ffv

Hampton were visiting! friends

here Sunday afternoon. ,
tdn ? 1e
I 0, M.! Bcnn 4t spent part of 3 iI
'last week with hilt daughter, I

: Mrs C. Sullivan.
Percy Sullivan was a visitor to

/ Green Cove Springs ,Sunday,
Henry Hartlee was a business t

visitor to Starke Tuesday.
Miss Ida Hagan was transact

ing business in.,Starke recently.Mr. 9WHEEIBASES

and Mrs II.: D. May were.
shopping In Starke Monday
Mrs. J. A. Mllllken and children -

Th_ c 9Y spent, Sunday Sylvia and with Glen Mrs, Mlillken's of Ocala ALL OF THEM "POWER LEADERS"IN

A, L. Sul-
--- parents, Mr. and Mrs.


W Moore .'W aa a visitor to I! '. .
Jacksonville Wednesday
N Mrs. J. S. Norman and daughter ,

N/ of La.wteY.1Ire. visitors here
recently. These new Chevrolet trucks for 1941 '1'iI

Mra Oracle I Cuynlnger of ,. I
Waldo and1 Mrs Hardy Belle have the most powerful truck engines : HO" ,:?;.., ,;
Raulerson' of Gainesville were recent ..
: visitors at the home of Mr in the entire lowest-price field. "e1"! '

and Mrs C. Sullivan., out-pull all others and they ...93;,
We are glad, to report Felix They /9Z :.' .

r Juries Sullivan received much Improved in an automobile from In- also out-value all others. That'swhy ',,..,.,,VI,,- ( M'OaaaN"rree:.: :. .., ,

accident which. : ,, yccurred about a many owners say they're the -N'A.I. : :: ..'r. ",
week ago.Finds - Coca-Cola I Is pure, wholesome, )
a Ice-cold best money-saving trucks you can I'ASSlIIiuCQ 'tfrH
; t ArrowheadA i

delicious. You taste its senses possibly buy-"The Thrift-Carriers lawsrspool'' IUINa f_
memento of the days when
County was a hunting the Nation '0 OAt r. CAlI. '
sip. Ice-cold Coca-Cola Bradford for ... Nmt Mogl
in .f"
refreshment every battlefield
its ground-and perhaps a .,.,,. ,
-for Indian tribes was brought WORlos

5'4: fits a pause In any busy day. So when you to the Telegraph's office laat AlJ'NO truer-
week In the form of a. flint ar- 'UIIIII .
throughout the day, make. It lfc. pause rowhead unearthed by Herman -
pause Garrett while digging s post hole

YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY Coca-Cola. on his farm southeast of town.
that refreffces with The specimen while welt-carved.:

Is Imperfect: he point having
been broken off. It may be Torode CHevrolt ,Co.
Borrun UNDER AUTHORITY ot Till COCA- OLA COMPANY BY seen at the Telegraph's office by

STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ,kind.anyone Interested In relics of this Starke, Florida t't'Ire '


hostess nearby to see that hereby required to appeal1 In said In A. J. Pop tm the Plaintiff and four'; ""
every Long
BAR Wrestling Arena : W. P. A. Recreation Promoted; cause on May Sth, 1D4I Bradford Myrtle M. Pope !. the defendant, said coimertitiv return. wet, ..
one enjoys himself, and to encourage County Telncrcph I. designated a> and you are hereby required to hand and date, Rlh.
In' New Location Program Under Way. and arrange such activities Effective March li: T T. Longof the ntwupaptr in which this order appear In said cause on the 5th Florida, this otflrlal Seth ,
shall be published once a week for day 'of May, ..t... Bradford 1941OFFiI'AI.. day M
are' best suited to each (124th Infantry) wa
as four eonnurutlve week prior to County Telegraph IH designated an ( ,
d Soene of the regular Monday Representatives of the city oStarke. Individual. These hostesses are promoted from the rank of first said return. dale Witness my hand the' newspaper In which thin order Clerk Circuit 1BAI,) A. .
and olrl..aI..1. i at dtark, Florida, hftl1 na published once a week for Co u. i '
Ami Friday night boxing and the American Legion, the ready to sponsor an Impromptugroup lieutenant' to-that of captain. His thin the :XVtti day of March, A. 1>. 'ounty Flarlda. ..
activity such as a stunt many friends congratulate him 1941. 41ok +
% shifted Woman's Club, the Chamber of J. Thomas
wrestling matches will be OFFICIAL SEAL) A.
,4 or community night, quiz contest upon this well-deserved promo Clerk Circuit Court. Bradtord
Jf' front Bradford .Park to a new Commerce and Camp Blending harmony groups, or pro- tion. County. Florida 3-28 41 4-18
WPA local recreat -
location near the bowling alley on met with the mote a talent night or minstrel. -

Road 13. i Ion staff supervisor Tuesday for As a result of last night' meet- Given Fish SupperCapt. ORDER OFAOTICN TO PVO'.If"'T'OIV APPEAR iimmllrtllj
night to dlacuna and arrange Ing there Is now a possibility of The tale, of Florida to Evelyn
( The first Resslon in the new, the further projecting of present Sunday afternoon concerts being Ben A. Hudson sand regimental Htlcirel.: You whose. are residence hereby notified Is unknown

St ,(I arena will take place tonight at i recreation activities here. added to the program.All ,;l j-ecr'atlon and athletic that bill of complaint for divorce

#4, i 8:30 when the feature bout will The American Legion Recreation of this entertainment 1 Is officers of 'the:31st 'Division were and has been due filed affidavit In the for Circuit thin Court order

be staged: between Butcher Lee Center, located at the end treated ,to orte of Maceo Hicks' of Bradford County, Florida, In a "' '
HtnnlhK tactics West street, Is now available for the soldiers without famed fish at Santa Fe cause wherein John W. Stleirel: I" I ,
'" (whose! savage of Call open cost, as' the sole aim of the recreation suppers the plaintiff and Evelyn HtlesrelIn ,
make fans froth at, the mouth for the ,pleasure and comfort of Lake Wednesday night as guestsof the defendant, and you are here

arid Actually calmed Chief of /K>ldler, The Center (Is well! wholesome center pleasure In to that provide helps. Mayor N. D. Wainwright. Jr., by the required 6th day to appi'ar of May' In, 1941.laid Brad.causeon

Police LonzleIvarez to .awallow equipped with''' recreation faclll C. W. Stone and other Starke- ford County Telegraph In designated -

his Cigar last FY'lclay'' night) and ties; Soldiers will find not onlya build character. Ites. About' 30 guests and heats this order an the'shall newspaper be published In which oncea

Flash Gordon, a newcomer to the reading and writing room, .bu attended Ithe party.TYPEWRITER week for four coniiecutlve weeks <. ,
Gordon Is aald to will also find entertainment PLEA FOR RELiniON prior to'said return date. Witness LAWN MOWERS Stock
Started nceno. they Up
my hand and official seal at Special .$7.95 at Thi
have defeated "everything In the In such games aa ping pong, HEARD BY SENIOR CLASS ItlBBONS-Allklmte. Starke, Florida, thin 26th day of ,

mlddlewent" and the fans will checkers, dominoes,. chess, dart 75c each BRADFORD March(OFFICIAL. 1941. SEAL) A. J. Thomas 4-TINE FORKS Huge
undoubtedly be pulling for him games, shuffle board, parchesl, (Continued from Page One) COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford Special $1.40GARDEN Offering
in knots tonight. bango County Florida'. 3-88 4t 4-J8
to tie Henning chak, chuttle. Ugh yumph.
daBS of 1941, that somewhere be- OHI>Klt OF PI)BI.ICATI0AOTICH \ No matter what
bingo, pick me fox and I you
The' semi-final will be between up : TO APPHAH HOES nest'
Jack billed as the "un- geese, checkgammon, Chines e tween now and the time you are The tate of Florida to O ten OHIIFtH OF Pt'III.H'iTlOVNOTK'K your"gardening .
Sherry this
settled In a profession or a home nrendem"l.who..e residence In. unknown TO APPEAR Special 75c year,
crowned ''heavyweight champion checkers, card game, fencing :-, Ttow,, are hereby notified The State of Florida to. Mr' rile
i of the world" and Mike Petley. sabering, boxing I horseshoes/ you will\ not forget to put your that bill of complaint for divorce I M. Pope, whose residence. IsJlKn-! STEEL SPADES you'll save by buying ??,,
religion where It belongs. This and due affidavit for thus order field North Carolina! You' (arehereby
another newcomer who has left badminton, volleyball xoftball.Anij has. been filed In the Plrrult..Court notified that bill of cbm- Special $1.50BROOM this sale., Take
of moat subtle advantage
In is one the temptations of Bradford Florida Plaint for divorce and due''' affidavit -
behind record o f succensf for those Interested paintIngs County, a
a of our lives, to dabble, to fauna whoreJn l.ula He.Me 'nJm f for thin order has been. filedIn your chance and
matcheR In Australia, Japan, and there will be an art exhibit. In. the plaintiff and OHten Bren- the Circuit Court of Bradford RAKES stock up

other ,foreign countries! I There is always a fair young first fill life come with first promiscuity served, forgettingthat saying dame..._._l I. the.eoeoeuee.pyae..e defendant. and you are County, Florida------e.en. In a cause where-. Special $1.00 all. ,gardening supplies! .

the loudest things are not > ..<. .y *" "'... ALADDIN LAMPS

mr: CLASSIFIED ADS always the best You might forget TIME 'r ', .

/' to reserve seats In your soul 'liNE-UP BOUDOIR 'TABLE' .
for the Eternal God and for )our 4 I +
Was $2.00 Now i:55: I
FOR SALE--.Well' equipped cafe,, SINGER VACUUM CLEANER- Lord. 19R Let Us Tune Up -Your $ Was $4.00 Now E

good, location near 8. A. L. Practically new, reasonable for else,.
"If remember nothing A4 We Have A
you ,Old Motor And !Make Complete Line of Evere
Itopot.: Reasonable for cash cash- Mrs A. F, Saul, McMahon that took place tonight at your

See Mta \Vcathersbee at Depot St.. Starke. It baccalaureate service, 'remember
It Run Like New. also
;, Flashlights Davis High
Cafe, 218 E. WashingtonSt. this-that the first business of aman's Quality Pa'
FOR SALE- Tomato and cabbage .t
4t life is to have reserved 't MOTOR BODY
plants. Mall order, or see me
t seats in hi soul, to religion
+ \FOR 'SALUon RENT- room at home Mondays and Tuesdays REPAIRING WORK
In his life. BRADFORD
where It belongs HARDWARE
house at Hawthorne, 4 bedrooms E. R. Bowers, Route 2, Box 'I CO.J.
Mr. Allen was assisted In the
; dining room, kitchen, 297. 3.21 2tp .
: bath and 2 'porches. Apply service by the Rev. H. A. Spencerof NOEGEL & PREVATT GARAGE B. CARLISLE, owner
Methodist Church.
MINI" Ann U Tidwell, Box 793, FOR RENT-on west side of The musical part of the < _'_._' ''' '_ a.4 _______ _,_ ,_._..___ ___
Ocala ,Fla. 3-14 4tp Klngoley lake, furnished cottage ,. pro-
with garage and bath gram was given by the B,. H. S.

.' FOR SALK:-niUlO EQUIPMENT house. Lot fenced and the orchestra.

1 12-ft. Knight All White Knight' surroundings/ are pleasant. C. GRAND)) OPENING 'FOR SUMMER SEASON,
Soda Fountain with I FrlgldalreCompresHor. A. Futch. ltp Building PermitsJennie

1 Bastlan Blessing Carbinator. FOR RENT-room for one or Thornquest March 15: .

1 6-ft. Show Case "Floor" two young men. Mrs F. H. $300( addition to residence.R. .

((1 ,6-ft. Show Case. Long, 403 North Walnut at H. Mathe & Son, contrac- KINGSLEY BEACH

4 booths and Tabled Itp ;ora.-$4,000, store building, corner .

1 Tables and Chairs. Call and Cherry streets. '
A Counter Stools. PACKAGE LOST-Addressed to Mallory Thomas Temple Ad-
( Koch Drug Store, between depot -
dition, residence, 1800.
1 0 12cu. ft. G. E. Refrigerator. -
and store, March 12. Finder Jennie Thornquest, residence,
.1,0 12cu.. ft. Kelvlnutor Refrigerator Thomas please.. Starke return to Mallory lip $300, LAKE FRONT AMUSEMENT PARK, KINGSLEY LAKE

i S-Comp. Deep Sink.. TYPEWRITERS- New Remington CCC JVorkers ArrivedOne .

1 U & W Fuel Oil Range Complete portables, $5 down, $5 a
with. Wood, Fan and Hot month. Prices start at J29.T5.: company of 200 negro CCC
water Tank. workers have arrived at Camp RIDES
-Bradford County Telegraph, "
1 Coffee Maker Starke Fla. tf Blending and are only a portionof Bowling, Billiards, Boating, Bingo,
the 800 white and colored men .'Merry-Go-Round Roller Plane
1 Ice Crusher
Good Food
1 4-Comp., Steam Table. FOR RENT-N e w warehouse, scheduled to be sent to help Cold Drinks, and Lots

r Napkin Holders, Pots, Pans and just outside city limits on Road maintain the camp by late April Looper Plane, Kiddie Ride, Swings, of :'Other 'Co
Dishes. 13.-R, A. Newsome, Starke. c
.. Gliders, Whip, and Other First''
ROY FKIKKSON'8tW ltp GIVE US A TRIALs Our Grand Summer Opening
: So. Florida Ave. Phone 14AFlorhlu.
.. Class Amusements
WANTED TO RENT -Permanent -
Dt'Land 1
man wants small private
3-21 2t
with double-bed. Reasonable
a room
1 ,.II
price. Prefers to be I
close In. Box 431-R Co| Brad-
Now booking orders for delivery ford County Telegraph. ltp ( R
any time after March 12. furnished FRIENDSTO
Order Hrect' from adv., or will Fuji RENT-Large, .
home Little Lake Santa Fe
book for $1 per 100, balance to on '
roach' us 10 days before ship- five miles from Waldo. Hot ATTEND THIS GRAND OPENING OF KINGSLEY BEACH
''ment. All leading ,breeds A' and cold running water. Electric -
lights and electric re
Grade aa English White Leg-
frigerator. Suitable for two
ho.rrBrown Leghorns, R. I.
a mall I families. Mrs. Ira R.
Reds. New Hampshire Red,
P 1'1 I den, Gainesville. Phone
While and barred Plymouth MARCH 28 1941
1138 J or University 47. SandwichesShort .
Rocks; White, and black Minorca
,, *. White wynandottea, $8 NOTICE! am with the Singer Orders I

i per 100. Send for complete Sewing Machine Company, and Regular Dinners I

price !list.-Semlnole Hatcheries am in position to sell you any
tl Ft. MyerH, Fla thing they handle on easy pay- Eat In Pleasant I

FOR SALF.-1939 Deluxe Alma m e n t s .-L. G. Hemingway, SurroundingsNo I II

house trailer In excellent condition Starke, Fla 3-21 2tp I

Completely equipped. I Beer or Liquor Served

Sleeps 4. $ 9 8i: delivered In
Starke. Box 241, Charleston ,
S. O. 3-21 3t TYPES. NEW STUUeTtJtJoS Rack of Carpenter'sWRESTLING' r B B

FURNISHED COTTAGES on Plans Estimate and Architectural *
Lake Santa Fe, :3 miles east of Services Free DELIGHTFUL TANGY SCENT *

Waldo. Electric lights, running 21!
[ (, Size
water Inquire L e wi. G. M. DAVIS *'America. Large
Friday Night !March 28th
Jewelry Co., Gainesville, Fla. General Contractor ,
8:30: P. M. ... Girt ,
tf 4
Qalnentllle, Florida 1 Size
) Regular
Athletic Arena 11Q it t: SPECIAL
REQ13TKUKD NURSE available 736 E. Depot Phone 1064 3 for .
Inquire at Green's' Store. 4t Starke, Fla. 17c .. 2 for 19c

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-Iowa _ _
228 UM.v .
For 81 Large Factory MadHouse .. -

Trailer Manufactured by Flash Gordon-Chicago J&RIHSOLarge
,C'otrreil "'agon. In Excellent Con- 210 UM. 1
dition. Sleep Four Pomon. and 1

Haw All Modern. Convf
Will Sell For Five Hundred Dollars Sherry Uncrowned

Which Is Lena Than Half Heavyweight Champion of the c'k Full Flavor Size Size
Original Out. Write Box 784, World 238 Lbs. 2 For

Tullatuuur. Fl.. VII $N Od% 25c:
3 Lb. 1 Lb. 19c
Alike Petley-Oregon 241 UM. tp .

.. .. Can Cane
c----, - VI ""4 -W' '_"-''' Bill -Detroit 240 Lbs. ;

rasa uwiuar.ea I I +unwwsnyuwimaouwi.wiwwuumi.nsaMts.nauawnawatsauwaawiwsuasiw VM OUR GIFT CANNON

Geo. l\lcKlaley-1Mt" Inf. 49c 19c TO YOU. 81G
O- ,50c Camp niandlng 210 Urn, :

MADAM LEONA OOO General' Admimlon Seats
4Oo Pliw Tax 1.5I4 W every W ae

JUST ARRIVED 1000 Ringside Seat fku DUST
75o Plus Tax t V SILVER

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Palmist and Advisor lLT'IIlLKEGeo. Roman- a TOILET ,
off. Undefeated MM.newelgfct UX f 'WiiS
3 f for 17c
Gives names, dates and facts 'regarding all affairs of life, Champion of the "'orld. sow 21c
Love, marriage and business. Will tell your Innermost thoughts .

and dealre Causes speedy 'marriage, re-unites the separated BOXING EVERY MONDAY -

how to better your business, get a position settle lawsuit and NIGHTMATCIIMAKERl'etey

.k troubles, lucky day and lucky numbers. Sac COME IN FOR THESE BARGAINS --- AND OUR OTHER SPECIALSS.

For limited time ron Former World's Featherweight
); only, $2.00 reading for SOc, with -

this ad. ChampionThis Top Super Market '
Rooms for white and colored. Readings S. R. Johns ,& Sons
dally and
Stub and 25c Plus Fed-
Sunday. 9 till 9. eral Tax Will Admit Bearer to A. M. Darby GroceryBenny's .Green's Grocery:
Oft IIw '
EAST PALATKA Market X14 ok2for near Palmist Sign. Events.73c Ringside Seat at All ,

Grocery Cook& SonsTZLEGRAPR.
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