Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01125
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The home of The 'Sweetest Strawberries ; \) t h :
This Side of heaven ;
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Dates The Scenery Is Great, These Spring Days t ;:j 4

:L' .. ... Eleven QualifyFor 68 Candidates QualifiedIn ;' : J

Announced Governorship; 1940 County Races .1 *)&li?

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Few UnopposedLengthiest

Qualifying Deadline Saturday Night Found 'J It I

irst "Speaking" Will ,r rw, 'f *' 4, Uallot In Five Late Entries An All-Time High In Bidding { ,'t
lie Held In Theressa
For Bradford Offices
History of State Will : '
'hur h on April 18th r
Confront Voters May 7 Add To Interest Saturday night when the dock struck 12, Clerk of the Ilp.. .,'.

(tlford County's Democratic Eleventh hour qualifications In Circuit Court A. J. Thomas "shut up shop" and drove the '- i\i.\

live Committee met In the I Tallahassee late Saturday night Maine! AnnouncesFor three lonely miles to his home out east of town. lIe had I ; .!:.

use lied to WedneRday order by afternoon Chairman, added to the record number of State Senator spent a very quiet evening: With the single exception of : .;'

i Alexander listened to min- candidates who will compete for late-qualifier. P. Smith the five long hours from sun- : ;.:

the previous meeting read public and party jobs In the May Smith for School Hoard clown to midnight were uninterrupted by tardy candidates :

|cretary E. A. Sapp and primaries In Florida. Five late entries In the field of Required by law to stay on the job until the midnight ''I .'

got down to the "milk In Voters'can look forward to county politics rounded out the deadline, Clerk Thomas was certain of a long dull evening, ; ,

onut"-the news that poll- IL I,I tackling the longest ballot In the number to an almost even 70 this for the bulk of Bradford County's 1940 crop of candidates .;

minded citizens have beento history of the state as a resultof week and gave definite assuranceof had sworn their oaths by late Saturday afternoon. Re ;.'" I

hear: the dates and the fact that 9ft aspirants have one of the most Interesting venting the ancient' adage, the ')V"

of the time-honored political entered the race for the four primary elections ever held. last few hours before sundown : .'.
places to <
Ings." open men delegates Hal Y. Malnes, former county had been the storm before the I \
Btate-at-large to the
|]lowing the "whirlwind Democratic convention. judge of Union County and former Races CostCandidates lull. '

0 that voters do not be- 49 Ft. A groupof assistant' state's attorney for this A hasty check-up of qualifying \ ;
Myers citizens Plenty
sufficiently "net up" untilst : thIs ace to demonstrate qualifiedIn judicial I circuit I formally announced records revealed the fact that the ., ; ft.

.few.. weeks of a cam- "absurdity", of the method the of as a candidate for State When the deadline pl,1lit past few months of rumor' and ,; t I{ .
the first rally date was electing delegates. Senator from Bradford and Union midnight,, HlatUrd..)'. current counter-rumor, persuasion, argument "{. : )
and "careful consideration' "' \
April 18-less than three Some people visit art galleries to but Counties. rounty candidate lind paM a ,
see pretty pictures A field ,of eleven hopeful men had record field of ',1 I
before the first primaryy He stilted produced a 1 I
: "If elected I will total of 93,136.85 In filing fees
few, If could the afforded Marian and '
any equal scene by Helen qualified as candidates for the 68 candidates, than 3 ;1\\
7. The time: 8 o'clock. work for liberal pensions for the ,an.1 l aiHonunrntn fur the privilege one more I ;
attractive twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling of governorship, almost, but not 1936's total of 67, and far exceeding -
place: Theresaa Christianthen aged, the blind, the crippled and of throwing tlwmtNelvm upon -
Starke, as they pause a moment amid the pear blossoms that quite, reaching the all-time highof mothers with dependent children.I thi. mercy of voter In the 1932's paltry 53. At one ''J 'ir:

recently brightened the local There should be fourteen In 1936. minute after 12 Clerk Thomas I
on the meetings fol- landscape. a pun With the believe that teachers should be May prbnurlen..
succession here-something about a pair of* peaches under a pear tree- passed, the paid for twelve month's service congratulated himself upon being I I .
rapid : various state races shaped Of thin total amount, $i- '
Ilbronn Springs, Friday but our camera man was too overcome by the beauty of the follows: up as and that the salary: for teachers 2M2.II KIX-H to lhi Hoard of the only unopposed candidate for J,
a major political office In the
April 19, probably out of scene to figure it out. Governor and bus drivers) should be more fount) CoinmlsNlonem. for the 1 .
Democrats: James liberal. I am in favor of all In county. :
| urM>H<> of dt"Irll)!lag electionPXMMIKC
Barbee Jacksonville; James II. the lower brackets who work Containing few surprises (again
ham, Tuesday night, April '', "nd $M\71: goes to
| ptlst( Church building. Bradford Guards Given Clancey Fraser, St.Panama City; Walter H. the state getting a salary in pro- the> County IKnn! MTU tic Kxcoii- excepting Mr. Smith's 10 o'clock j-j 4;

River, Thursday night, HighIn Holland Augustine; SpessardL. portion to other employes. I am I llve ('mmltlr. qualifying .us School Board candidate .Ii..
[ 24, school houne. Wakulla ; Carl Maples, In favor of the open range and Filing f M'"t and IIWHOWHIIUMIMUN from District Two) the .". "4 ,

pton, Friday night, April ; B. F. Paty, West Palm legislation I that will benefit farmers 1111101 l h candidates amIntMNl 1010 line-up'Is as follows: .P ,
hoot house. Auto DeathsFigures Excellent RatingLocal Beach; Burton Schoepf, Tampa; 'II and truck growers. I will on flvi (KTceut of the For Sheriff: 'A. O. Andreu (Incumbent .. '"'t \

Frederick Van Roy, Crystal ,j )and M. L. Johns. \
work to eliminate all nuisance .tniiiiiil [
vtey. Tuesday night, April irniiiiwrullon of the of- f
I River; Hans Walker, Ocala; Ful.!I taxes." I For Tux: Assessor" : E. W. Hayes \
hool house Unit Urn \\hlrh they. seek anil arc
Passes An- ler
Show County Warren. Jacksonville and I (Incumbent) and L. O. Ila < I
ker For CotiuninMlonrr M rollimn "Sheriff, $88.20 Tu, 4\11
Thursday night, May ;
Ranks Second In nual Inspection Friday Francis P. Whttehalr, DeLand. I For Tax Collector: C. A. Knight "
Collector ,
tool houne. t 9120 I : Tan Annrwitor
R. F. Hob Demorest
Republican: John P. Walter ( ) entered Incumbent Wain1 (
Day- ( ) und N. I)
rke, Friday night.. May 3, Population Group With Flying Colors tona Beach. j' the race'for County Commissioner JI20S I ; Superintendent of Public wright, Jr. ,

ord Park athletic field. from District 3 ( South Starke), I n M t ri.etlon 1 MUSt( ; County
rallies are scheduled for 8 Figures released this week by The local Headquarters Company United States Senator Demo- liKlgn, $110.13) 1 ; Clerk of the For Clerk of Circuit Court; A.

|k at night. the National Safety Council show of the Florida National crats: Senator C. O. Andrews, 1.9 _, _I Court, 11I238.1.t! 'ount y ( jn- J. Thomas (Incumbent). ; ,

ndidates will have to talk that Bradford County's death rate Guard was rated "better than ex Orlando; Jerry W. Carter, Talla it mh'I'Iolont'rN' 918; Nchool llnnrd' For Superintendent of Public I f"\

come quickly to the point: from automobile accidents Is the cellent" Friday following Federal I'I hassee; Charles Francis Co e, Members, 915; Hint Kcprenenlatlvf Instruction: A. J. (Griff (Incumbent >?1i, ,, .

s limited to.a flat five mln- second highest 'In Florida among Army inspection by Major L. West Palm Beach; Governor Fred ., $18; Htip Pr\"lIflr of Keg- ) W. E. Mlddleton, E. R. PopS .

r,Slven ,wlttvtt\j s precaution. counties."of .less...thin. 10,00( popu-. Tharp of Brunswick Ga., an officer P. Cone, Lake City; O. B. Hazen, ': l..traU.m. $18.l lloiul Tninei- pell! and G. \K.: McGauley. ''

yer, meeting, will run well lation. f of the "egnlartJ.: S. -Army. ; Pahokee. and -Barnarr Mac Fad- ,' .soil titrlftWM commit temcii re- For Count/ Judge: E. K. Perry- I'!t

[ two hours because of the Martin County Is in the lead Major Tharp arrived Friday aft- I den, Miami Beach. Republican: c -l\e no Hillary' pay no I..H. man (Incumbent) and Don L. :,1\\
ernoon at '1:30: Vclack and inspected Miles H. Draper. Tampa. Hoover
ally large number In the with 94.34 deaths per 100,000 9
Any state candidate who population, Bradford is second the company's records, Secretary of state Demo- t. 'h For Representative In the State I

bna to appear on the scene with a rate of 90.99, and IndianRiver' equipment, building and suppliesin crat: R. A. Gray, Tallahassee, In- \t New Directors Legislature: Geo. II. Inman (Incumbent ,. I,
company with Lt. T. T. Long cumbent. ) anil. Ralph B. Alvares.I I
[find himself i taking a' Is third with 83.33. Clay .
Named At
the Headquarters Company's commanding 4-- Rotary For Supervisor of Registration
seat must wait until the County la way down the list with Attorney general Democrats: '

office-seekers, large and 41.67, and Union Is still further officer. This phase of Ed. R. Bentley, Lakeland; Millard James Holllngsworth. J. F. Kick-
inspection two hourjob Itotarlans a t their meeting liter and Mrs. Sam Anderson.
usually a
11.36. Conklln.
with Baker Is
have finished their pleas. along only Daytona Beach E. here
was completed in only 45 B. ; I Wednesday, elected a new Incumbent N. D. WainwrIght not I
of enviable Donnell
the whose West
order of speaking will be one group Palm Beach ,
minutes, because of the excellent ; I board of directors who will guide a candidate for re-election.
ked for 1939 .00 there be- E.: P. Martin
at every meeting so that rate was Plant City, and
[first shall be last, and the ing no fatalities there in that shape and condition of all. fac- Tom Watson, Tampa. Republican J./ affairs the of the organization during For County Comnilnnloner 'j '
tors. | J. new year, beginning In July Dlst. U P. I U. Reddish ( Incumbent
Eleven other counties Harry Schad
Jhall be first" at some time year. were Gainesville. The new members are: A. J. "
in this classification.There Inspection of the, personnel of I ) J. M. Rosier, and T. TV
the !
series. A [ Comptroller _
complete -
I Thomas
Democrats: W. 1' Smith, K. L. Matthews Blackburn. I

urn for each rally,. showing were a total of eight the 8 company began Friday nightat Frank Brown, Jacksonville: Jo:. I T. K. McClane DI' M. li. Diet 2: L. L. Conner (Incumbent i\

k-der in which each candidate highway deaths in Bradford. In- o'clock.watched Major Tharp care- G. Fraser, Mncclenny, and J. M. H. F. Demorest Herlong, and W. B, Mundy. The ) snd W, M. Edwards.. ,
fully drills lee!
peak will be dian and St. Lucie Counties squad Lee, Tallahassee
published In I River incumbent I Incumbent resident.. Robt. F.
Dial 3: J, 1. Wynn J. H.
[ week's Issue of the lele- during 1939. Martin CountyIs by squad sergeants and the company this the most sought- '
drill by Lt. Long. Following Treasurer Democrats: J. Edwin making Clark wll) be a holdover mem- Fields O. C Canon. R. L. Lee.J':
i credited with only S. but has Larson Keystone Heights; after office In the county with a ber of the board. The directors and R. ]i', Demorest. Incumbent J
drills members retired to the
[ here's to the good old cam- a higher rate per 100.000 because L. Richard Keystone total of five implranls. Mr. Uem- will meet to elect a new presl Mallory Thomas not a candidatefor I'I'
various sections wire
( radio Intelligence
"speakings." In the wordsne i Us population is les. and and William M. Wain I R.I orest has been a taxpayer for 36 dent from among their group, re-election. :
etc.) we reIn-
| candidate: "It's a lot A total of 680 people were I spected. Starke. years, Is a successful farmer and who will take office In July, Dlst. 4: R. S. Wasdln ( Incumbent I

for a fellow to lose votes killed In automobiles on Florida business man and has been a
Superintendent f A delightful musical treat was ) and T C. Ch ataln.
I Panel (signaling) and gate mask o public instruction I
| to make votes In a short I highways during 1939. as compared booster for Bradford County for enjoyed the Dist. B T.
I ,demonstrations were held after Democrat: Colin I by Rotarians In the : D. Dyal (lncum'i'' '
rally, but they have be- I with 741 In 1938. I which time Major Tharp addressed English, Tallahassee Incumbent. many years. II 0 promises a form of an appearance of tho bent) and M. O. Harrell.
a cherished Industrious administration 4
institution and "progressive/ ,
the assembled Commissioner of Agriculture Chorus of the Starke Woman's For School Hoard
company. 1.
[voters up. would willingly give I J Building Permits I "I am now completing a tour of Democrat: Nathan Mayo, Talla I business, keeping and In government mind economyIn af Club. The numbers were enthu- Dlst. ii: J. II. Moore (Incumbent ;

I inspection of Headquarters Companies hassee, incumbent. ) J. B. Norman and II. A. t
Clue To Progress I fairs. siastically received by the members -
Member Bishop
I In the state and this com of the State Railroad I I
New Voters pany will rate above excellent. Commission Democrats: W. B I T. T. Illackburn, well-known and many complimentary re- Dlst. 2: S. E. Sparks, and W. 'J"'I
If the first three months of I and an-
i Douglass, Tallahassee grower maiks heard P. Smith. Incumbent W E. MId. I
jistering Herering This Is the best Headquarters incumbent, were concerning this
1940 may be taken ns an example I pounced as a candidate for dleton r.It
I and S. C. Peacock, Orlando. nut a candidate for re
( the of what will follow the next nine Company have Inspected ment- ,County:: Commissioner from District musical group which In under the ,election.Dlst. 11 I
past two weeks less publican; B.
100 new voters have regis- months of the year then Starkeis ally training, morally Is ,above and physically.excellent The and i(ami. George Griffith, Reo'4' ,, 1, assuring a three-cornered direction of Mrn. L. A. Canova. 3: 1J.: Lewis ( Incumbent

in the courthouse with Sup- all set to enjoy another boomIn 30 were the demonstrations." I Attorney General George Cou- ''ace fur thta position.! MIH. R J. Davis, a member of t) O. C. 1
!" o f Registration N. D. building construction u survey Friday afternoon Major Tharp.', per Glbbn and Treasurer W. V.') For Srliool Itoni-d the chorus, sang n solo "God Abernathy M

wright, bringing the total.I of building permits issued in the I accompanied by Lt. Long, paid Knott did not ask rr-nomlnatlon.1, H. A. Bishop formally: a n- Bless: America" Mrs. fr:. M. Fur Itoiiil Trullt4't.
this week. '
f-r now qualified to around, city revealed an unofficial visit to the Camp,I, Three membets 0 f congress I':nounced an. a candidate for the Davis was accompanist. Diet 1 : U. J. Phillips ( Incumbent '

H e explained however, Four permits totaling $10.600 Ulunding site at Kingsley Lake. ,I were iinoppoHtd for Democratic' 'khool Hoard from District 1 I ) und J. Q. RoHl..r.
I recorded and all, I II II
[this number Is not actuallyrue were except a 1 renomination. They are J, H.'' (Lawtey and North Shirks), pro ))18t.. 2: W II. ( BUI) Graham.
small S2lO( cermlt. were for construction Welfare Conference
total of those registered I : Peterson of the first district Put1: mising. If elected "to bring to Incumbent W. L. Wall not a candidate
of residences. In Jan- Johns To Start
many of this number "Per- I Cannon of the Fourth and Joe, the school affairs of our county Coming Soon I for re-election.

las high as 10 percent" will uary a permit for a frame dwelling Speaking CampaignState I Hendricks of the Fifth. Emory' the respect anti confidence of all ,. Diet 3: Ira W. Andreu. The

moved from the list because to cost $2,500 was Issued to II I Akerman of Orlando Is the Unopposed concerned." Mru. JOB [0:. Wilson, Mrs. Kd: late A. A. Durden was Incumbent

ath or because they have John H. Denmark for a house on Senator Charley E. Johns candidate/ for Republican W. P. Smith announced as a ward Burns, and Mrs. J. M. member from thU district

,I from the Weller Street. Another January his candidate for the School Board Dlst. 4: H. U. May (Incumbent
county. will open speaking campaign nomination In the fifth district. Darby will be among those from
to F K.: Prince of
luring the past week. Mr. permit went for Congress from this districtat I In the second district the In-I! 'from District 2. Having already here attending the Florida State ),
construction of a $1,-
wrIght stated, he has been Miami for Starke. Saturday afternoon, 2 cumbent, R. A. Green of Starke,) served one term In this capacity, Conference of Social Work In Gist S: J. V. Edwards, fir. Incumbent

lag many names from the 900 frame house also on Weller o'clock at Carpenter's drug store has as opponents for Democratic1 Mr. Smith promises t o "take Jacksonville on April 21. Social R. A. Week not a candidate

[mostly in precincts two and Street. In February a permit corner. He will speak the same [ nomination J. O. Cary of Jacksonville 'school affairs out of politics and planning will be the theme of for reelection.For .
metal roof on I
precincts he Is most fam- was Issued for a afternoon In front of the court-;' and Charley E. Johns of 'run them In a sound, economical, the meeting, with especial emphasis Justice of Peace, Diet 1 .

with. He said: "The'law the store building occupied byBryant's house at Lake Butler at 3:30.: j I Starke. Francis M. McHale of1'i 'bulnesM-llke manner." on social legislation and (comprising voting precincts 1.

ft provide for revising the Cafe 11 In the amount for of a In making his announcement; Jacksonville Is the Republican! public health. 2, and 3) : G. W. Durham. 1

try registration books as It $2.00. March issued a permit to K. G. Senator Johns stated that hej candidate In the second district. Sibley 'Withdrawn This annual conference Is the For Drinormtlc Kxertill\:
home was '
6,000 ,.
for the general election. wished to make the first speech |, The third pOst from which Mil-i only organization In Florida that { .unIt reman t

|one has to revise the prl- Duncan. outlook for con of the campaign before the po- lard Caldwell will retire at the! W. S. Slbley of Theressa a bring together! all persons en- Precinct 1. .J. I... Harrell. ,

books occasionally and I The future the city Is excellent pie of his "home county." ,( end of the present term Is sought I i'I'candidate for County Commissioner gaged In the broad field of social Precinct 2, .J. M. Alvarez.

e this Job should be under- struction within work by four democrats: D. Stuart: from district four, announced welfare. It provides an oppor- Precinct 3.W.. B. Alexander. .

by the Supervisor of Regis- In all probability will begin Landscaping Grounds Clllls of DeFunlak Springs Park-' I yesterday that he was tunity for Interested citizens, public Precinct 4C.. B. Roberts. ,

Pn. I have removed about the $70.000 postofflce I hill May of Montlcello Robert 'withdrawing from the race due to official, board members and Precinct 5G.. Wadsworth.. '
ames of I know before summer, and S. E. Sparks I I I (Continued I'the "pressure o f my business Precinct 6- C. Sullivan.
persons are his new $3.- Work was begun I last week on page four > professional worker, to meet together II
will begin work on He added "I wish to Precinct 7E.. A.
dead or moved ,! ''IJrivers' matters. ; Sapp.
away. 10 landscaping Armory grounds. : so that Information may
300 home within the next car I On the south and west aides ofj I / License Sales t :!thank all of my friends who have be shared problems. realized, and Precinct 8- L. R. Gainey. i
If present plans are I'days'l b[ For Ih'iiiocrutlr 4
and for :
nse Tag Sales the urea 13 palms were planted een" supporting working inspiration given to find solu Executive II

through. and 16 llgustrum' were planted I Sale of private and chaffeurs 'me. lions CoiiimltteeuomanPrecinct I :

nor vehicle license tag gales on either side of the entrance 'driving licenses< In the county ) 1 Pearl G. Carraillne. $1i
C county totalled 1. 350. Tax: : Wins In Shoot I I Precinct 2 Mrs.
.tor I Smith next to the building) to form .a 'stood at 2.838 yesterday, It wa C. A. Knight county i Precinct 3 .Mr .
W. E. Mlddleton.
I learned from E. -
local marksman hedge. Some low places on the j County Judge K. ,
agent said Wednesday. Of I\ w P. Smith,
: sterling I grounds have been filled in and Perryman. Of this number, 95; :Mrs. Ernest Thornquest, county and, Mrs. Theadore T. Mel i i
number 943 another trophy .
are passenger won competition at I more work is expected" to be done I']were $1 chaffeurs licenses and 2.C::halrman for the Prohibition ton, Graham, boy March 2... Precinct 4. (None qualified),
ags 361 I
are truck tags. and silver platter--ln Precinct 5Mrs. Thos. Drown.
In the near future. The planting, 743 were the 50-cent private perI I I Party. Is passing on Information
e trailer licenses. "Sales the Jacksonville Gun Club last Mr. awl Mrs James W. Todd
are was made by U. T. T. Long and I"mlts. The Judge said he etimates v which" came to her recently con- Precinct 11- Miss Ida Hagan.
and many persons In they Saturday. Pitted against George I I ,, Starke. girl March 26.Mr. Precinct 7 Mrs. Mana
two Sgt. Elmo Struth with the landscaping -' I only about 100 persons In c;:ernlng a state convention of the Wiggins.
have and W. l n. Patterson, and Mrs. Willie Souther-I
not 'lod
purchased their es
committee Mrs. T. T.I I I the county who should have licenses I I party to be held In Sebrlng on Precinct 8 -Mrs N. G. Hayes.
yet Mr. Knight said "but of tho high-ranking Jacksonville i ihot8. land. New River girl. March 15. For
Democratic State F.xecut
>ect won In the Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. < haven't obtained them yet. ihursday, April 11. Roger j
sales to Increase heavily Mr. Smith cham! R. G. Kidd. Jr.. and Mrs. E. R.I Sales should reach nearly 3.000'1.I national business economist, Mr. and Mrs. Thalma H. Me1Intyre tive Committeeman: K. G. Dun-
> :!20-guage [
on as the strawberry sea-I shoot-off for the March 22. j (Continued on four)
)glns." Struth cooperating. |1 He I concluded. P vlll be among the guest speakers ; Ralford. buy page

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to shout the new intentions and aims to

The Bradford County Telegraph the world and feel that much has been ac- County Political Developments

tablh.hl'd, 1877 complished. In fact, such a procedure is

.. -- apt to be a handicap. Over-publicized aims
Published! Weekly on Fridays and Entered all Second are always under careful scrutiny by self- Circuit Judges' Pension Adkins Announces Hewitt Makes FormalAn1loullceme"t' Woman Candidate
at the Post Office at Starke, Fla.MEMBER lf
Class MntU-r appointed critics. If the effort is a sincereone Debated At Townsend Formally For Re- For County Politics For

the evidences will be plain for all to MeetingThe NominationJudge State Senate First TimeA

n see. If slips are made by the wayside, their meeting of the Starke A. Z. Adkins, In making: Ernest Hewitt former Union note of color was

A&AJ == importance is lessened and the damage' done TownsendClub in the courthouse hIs formal announcement t h i sl j County Representative, this week the county political picture added,

\;) is more easily repaired if the individual here' Monday night became Inter. week as a candidate to succeed announced for State Senator week with the announcemrnt t'
.cox eating when two of the three candidates from the Fifteenth Senatorial District Mrs. Sam Anderson

"ti E. L. Matthews ________.:.___ Editor and Owner alone knows that he must pick himself up for Circuit Judge of this himself as Judge of the Eighth composed of Union and candidate for the office! will of .Z,

.. -- .. and carry on again. circuit present as guest speak Judicial Circuit, Raid: "My candidacy Bradford counties. I visor of registration, it i.sup

SUBSCRIPTION RATE ers, held a pro and con debate la based upon my official Mr. Hewitt, as member of the : lIeved to be the first '
Let "rebirth" this Easter time,
come p
record and service In the office; '
around the subject of pensions 'introduced the first old a woman has ever
$1.50 Six:: Moqths 75c-Payable In AcUtince House offered"*
Yearly ;
from within. If it is genuine it will soon for circuit The heated characterized by a firm under
judges age pension measure in the 1937 I, salaried public office |In ,L
a Advertising Rate on Application enough be obvious on the surface.' argument proved highly entertaining standing and a fair and Impartial Legislature, pro v iding $30 a ford County.. M r s, And.
administration f the matters
- -, --- to the crowd of around 100 0 month for those 65 ,and older. stated that she will make
O connected with the Court In strict I t it
persona. Formerly principal 0 f RaIford formal announcement
Bible Continues As Best Seller accordance with the law. He next uhi'
Finland Has Lost, The meeting opened at eight school he has taught schools in Formal announcements to
stated of
that the co-operation
While- The World Fights And So Has The Rest of The World o'clock with the Club President the people of the Eighth Judicial Columbia and Taylor counties, county commissioner from''pl
Amid headlines heralding the latest Charley E. Johns presiding. After and Is deeply Interested In better tiict 3, South Starke, were tn.
i Finland has lost and with the other Circuit In Court has enabled him
G news from a war-weary world, one little item opening prayer and the flag to render efficient honest and schools. He is married and has by J. H. Fields and O. C C ,
spoils of war has gone something good and salute, the minutes and reports one child, a daughter Mr. Fields states that if silt
stood out like of hope. It was faithful service to the people who
recently a ,
ray were dispensed with and the first he will use a portion of hi)
wholesome-the belief that the people of a had matters connected with the As Representative, he workedfor
the announcement that the Bible, long recognized of the three' candidates for Cir completion of State Road 49, ary for the aid of undei'prlvllri!
small country can live happily and industri- Court and that it will be his purpose -
cuit Judge, Henry L. Gray of and''I children in the county He
as the world's best-selling book, made to continue to carry out the In Baker and Union counties, i
j' ously at peace with the world, unmolested Gainesville, was Introduced to construction of a new bridge' further explained his plans.
a new record for itself during 1939. duties of the office In the same
the audience. later date. He Is well
by bullying neighbors whose insatiable fair, humane and impartial manner across the Sante F e River at, -knost
The New York Bible Society reports that greed tempts them into war. Mr. Gray confined his remarksto as i heretofore. Worthington Springs. local fraternal ciicles, hall,
a campaign speech /and In a statement outlining his been commander of the W
998,652 copies of the Scripture and Scrip- pure 1
Judge Adklna further said that
It was another dark day for Europe simple; giving hi I a backgroundand candidacy, Mr Hewitt said: W and president of the SU
tural portions were distributed during the by his refusing to take the te- Townsend Club.O. .
his considerationand
stating qualifications "After careful
when the Finns
plucky gave up a hopelessand tired he could
Judge's salary as
l'' year-this being the highest number for a the office he seeks. Saying he numerous contacts. I am announcing C. Cason Is one of Bn
Impossible struggle against overwhelm- have done last April and in which I
like period in history. had lived here in Starke at one my candidacy for State ford County's best known
case he would have drawn retired -
ming odds. It is only logical to assume that time in his life and completingthe Senator for Union and Bradford most successful strawberry p,
Judge's salary for the balance
"There is nothing in life more rewardingthan Stalin, like his partner in deviltry-Hitler, sixth grade of school here of his life-he did not do counties, I have resigned my ers and general truck farm,
the realization of the exquisite spiritual before moving away, he explained position to make this race and This Is the fhat time he hair
will be spurred by each new victory and so and said that he wants to
I that he had 13 years practiceIn some of my friends say I am make announced for any public od,,
{ values to be found through a closer study work for his
salary as long as
.y,. that he will continue to ravage other small criminal and civil law behind ing a sacrifice. It Is a sacrifice, but he has a wide circle of frit!

of the Word," the report concluded.The countries now that he has once tasted the I him, and how he believed he had he serving Is able his to present work-and term and that one by but I am not running for Sena- and acquaintances throughout,

old saying that "While there's li ethere's fruits 'of conquest. ''I the three prerequisites necessary to more he will save the tax pay tor to seek honors for myself. county j
into a judge; honesty, integrity, and Rather, I feel that I can be of
might paraphrased
hope" ers $27,500. And said the Judge,
What, where, or when the end will be, ability. "A Circuit Judge should service to the people and especially NEUTRALIZE QUICKLY
should the have to
'I' "While the world still reads the Bible there,. main know the ,value of money," he "Why people the old people EXCESS STOMACH A(
no can -say. The sympathies of all pay two salaries while I am able,
t' is hope said and stated that he had been "In the 1937 Legislature I supported Acid stomach causes hearth.
God with Finland to do the ,wol'kThe: tax payers
1"O "fearing people are in its
} --- earning his own way since his should not be burdened with such measures affecting the gas and indigestion. You can totrallze
'\ hour of defeat, but that must be poor con first year in college. additional taxes just to give an- ,needy old people, blind widows this acid quickly by dIng
t of ;
/ They Speak "Economy"With
solation indeed to a people nursing t h ewounIH Senator Johns then IntroducedCol. other man a' job The State Is'and dependent children IIgrlcul-1 a spoonful of Blsma-Ru
jfa Tongues in Their Cheeks D. E. Knight of Starke, also badly In debt now and has ture business and labor. sup- a glass of water after everyIt A
of unjust of many, '
an unholy war conquest
P: That fascinating and'enlightening column a candidate for the bench. At unpaid bills ,and many Of Its 'citizens ported the measure providing $3- Is delicious tasting I Bat
the beginning of his speech Col. 500.000 for old age assistance bottle of 50 doses for Meat toe
Kft called the "Washington MerryGoRound" .. are in distress and needhelp i
: without any new taxes the Rexall Drug Stor -
0 Knight a vote on whetheror and this ,money should beJ,
: has recently been throwing the not the listeners wanted to saved for them." !"I 'voted to repeal the gross penter'a Drug Store In Stark

ac':. healthful light of publicity on that infamous Food< or other matters, A show of helped defeat the sales tax bill. ANNOUNCEMENTS
The War If
: of too Congressmen Long Continued else has to work for his
; practice many living .
hands was 100 percent for a discussion "I am opposed to the no fence For (boot) .....> .flntle.looerilkI
known awarding There has been bitter fighting in the and why shouldn't he work for will be a candidate for, (''orConimlHHloner
1.comrponly as nepotism of pension matters, and lawHbut I believe the State Road from DlHtrtoHciuth
:.t. jobs to relatives whose duties often con current war, but the belligerent armies have this was taken to mean the list his as he has always done 7 Department should fence main Ktai,'ke, cuhjfrt l<> the
of the, voters In the )Kmicmpilnmry '
; sist of nothing more than endorsing their hardly been involved yet. Weapons used speech.Mr.eners .did not want a political Governor\ Thus, If a candidatefor 1 highways my best If elected effort to I shall securing devote mine to ,carry May out 7. If the elected dutl.,.. I.,>

pay checks every thirty days. thus far have been principally economic and Knight began his address Circuit Judge does not receivea more money for old age pensions oft Ire to the and best of im will uWl

H "Despite all the furore about economy diplomatic. And now, as hostilities enter with remarks showing how the majority at the polls he is not I! aid to. widows' orphans and Your greatly vote UPI"'eclatedlleipectfully support.
"defeated since the Governor ,
and Hill the seventh month, the question of food begins new industrial conditions and the' blind I shall work for more O. r CtFor "
budget slashing on Capitol the ancient has the right to appoint him I ,farm-to-market roads where
economic conditions have left so '
3'', practice of nepotism flourishes there to overshadow all others. many old persons, without i a .light oru Since a judge is not' needed good! schools, cheaper (,' Uft." (,'ollla.I..1008.IIIoIJ .

i as merrily as ever," the Merry-Go-Round Already well known are the spartan means of llvlihood and have not "defeated from,office he can after voluntarily the primary retire ',auto tags aid to farming business am a candidate qualified and for announceBelt the off.-
for' them. "1 "' he livestock and naval stores Commissioner finin Dlr
provided favor County
: ., charges. measures being taken in Nazi in
Germany election and receive the pension, Industries. 8. subject to th" will of thiem
"Last after hacking a large chunk desperate( effort to conserve food said "any pension plan that" will,f the speaker claimed: "Upon legislative record ,on election day May 7th, '
year meager alleviate, this" condition, and my past Your vote and support will ht

out of the relief appropriation Congress, fJuP1: >Ues. The Allies moved slowly in restricting there was much applause.Col. Inman was unanimously elected I and these pledges, I humblyask predated humane taucethat and will aid of m.h.l u,
Vice-President of the club to suc- the citizens of the district to
t3 Knight then opened verbal undttrprlvlloited children of I
the that it food but' too have
aggrieved they
on plea was overworked recently
fire on the'circuit Judge's pension ceed A.. ,A. Purden, who died last give my candidacy favorable con- fora County.
and didn't been forced to take drastic I Respectfully,
'w' have enough clerical help, steps. England, passed by the last legislature week. irteration. ,1. H FIE'

.!h(,) voted an additional $1,500 each for this which 'must import or perish, has clamped which gives circuit judges the

i purpose. Many members have used the down hard on the nation's dining table. right to retire on two-thiids pay ..
after serving 12 if they
r money for clerical hire, but to others it Each adult is permitted to spend only' forty are over 60 years years of age. He

s' has just been a juicy gravy-bowl windfall. cents a week on pork, beef, or mutton. In charged that the statement of .

:i\\ "Since the session convened in January, France, traditional home of good things to "the present Judge" saying he .1.1.ehrationot
would retire ,on the pension If I I S
'j the names of relatives have popped up on eat, still more severe restrictions have gone defeated "Is an attempt to deprive -

4 the enlarged Congressional payroll like toad- into effect; restaurants can serve only two- you of your free choice at \ Pf .RESf.A'

'" stools after a summer shower." course meals, and pastry shops must close the polls when he says you will) .
both if one of his opponentsis
,'.Ijt. The authors go on to publish a long three days a week. It is believed that this pay elected." "

; list of offenders, and conclude their column is but the beginning. The Starke attorney MaId the I D, -
:;.h with the observation that "Every one of Fears that the Allies may be shut off Circuit Judge could not get a ( o -
pension if he was defeated because
ai the above Congressmen has made economy from essential supplies has caused some pes- then his retirement would

::1.g speeches this session and voted to cut the simists to forecast their probable defeat. not be voluntary as the act pro.

'1'; appropriations of other branches of the The United States Ambassador to Great vldes. He added, however that
iI' even If the present judge were SPECIAL
hi Government. Britain is reported to have said that Hitler defeated and could after all, receive

T The stock of any man who is insincere has a 55-45 chance of winning the war, but the pension It would only! PATHFINDER PRICES

,z, enough to make economy gestures with one the majority of experts are still betting on cent coat the people one-fifth of a| e yn n per year per person.
hand and pay out huge sums of unearned England and France if hostilities drag out Candidate Knight pointed out t ., "' Today's long-run, low-cost leader .

': money to undeserving relatives with ,the over a long period of time. Germany's main the dangers of the pension as a!) s t Take M* .
3 of this sale
: other suffers drastic and immediate drop "precedent" saying that soon I ,: z N advantage 10-day to put
'of a hope, they think, lies in "blitzkrief"-a ., q safe Pathfinder Tires
every office holder in the state: on your
l' in our estimation. The evil will never be lightning attack to force a swift decision.O would be getting a pension. He' b a s5s

\' abolished, however, until the public becomes pledged to his listeners that he I

:f sufficiently aroused to demand ingrained,. would, If elected use all his Influence -
Spring has arrived here this in $777
year a to have the pension lawrepealed
7 as well as superficial honesty in its publicservants. c
dress even more beautiful than usual. and would never acceptIt ? .A
;f himself He said the law permitted 1 .
Everyone: acknowledges that never before
t --O the danger of paying two I r .a % 4.75-19 or 5.00-19. $5.90
has such heavy bloom been noted on men anyhow because if the i ;

,"1: Desire to He "Keborn"Is bujjh\ and vine. Streets, private yards,tree'l) present judge were reelected he "5 5.25-18 or 5.50-18 6.90
f- Prevalent at Eastertime could then voluntarily retire and
woodlands throughout the g a
The desire to be "reborn" is present in I another judge would have to be I 5.25-17 or 5.50-17 7.20
mass of brilliant azaleas, pink redbud, white
appointed '
:. : almost every man or woman, and is especially I x 6.25-16 or 6.50-16'. 9.55
The third incumbent
H' dogwood, and yellow jasmine. The riot of candidate and
.. strong at this season of the year- for the -" Net
bloom is probably accounted for by the fact position of Circuit -' price-with your old tin
i. Eastertime. The means by which such rebirth Judge A. Z. Ad kins was I OTHER SIZES PRICED IN PROPORTIONYOU
that the unusually cold January held buds
introduced to the audience Com-I
: i is made possible is not so clearly defined -
back, causing them all to come out at the'' ing to the point quickly he said 4 GET OUR LIFETIMEGUARANTEE

l' however, in the human mind. sam time. It is just Mother Nature's way "My: friend Knight wants to mis o-p
: Lloyd C. Douglas, minister and author lead the people about the Circuit -
s.- of celebrating the break-up of a hard winter.O .
Judge's pension. Cabinet officers
l of such well-known novels as "The Magnificent Eyory Goodyear Tire I* guaranteed to you In
J Obession suggests that Eastertime Supreme Court Justices, /Q writing-NOT ior 12. or 18. or 24 month-but
teachers and others
are receiving lot its FULL LIFE without
time or mileage limit
is the best season of the year ,to take stock Figures showing that Bradford Coun- pensions some for years. Why C

' ty's death rate from automobile ) not Circuit Judges A little
of life and what it has held and can hold accidents
later he said "I will not take the
::0; in the future. In a recent magazine article is the second highest among counties of pension as long as I am able to GREAT

:\, he points out that it is never too late for a less than 10,000 inhabitants come as a con- earn my bread and butter (as "G-3" ALL-WEATHER

p: man to be born again who has the sincere siderable shock in spite of the fact that Circuit Judge), U I did a thing Favorite el million 1 Now stepped UP

R desire to retrace his step Road 13 itJ. noted for its fatalities. Thereare like that you should take brick in mileage-DOWN in price I
bats and sticks and out
run me .
T it- "Rebirth," on the whole, is not a mat- two kinds of publicity-good and bad. of this town. Why raise cane 5.2S-15 4.75.19 r 5.00-19 $ 8.35
5.50-18 9.30
ter of sudden metamorphosis. It is more A reputation for accidents definitely comes about the Circuit Judges Pension S.25-I7 or 5.30-17 ,. 10.20
I 1 e
-r- apt to be a painstaking matter of review of under the heading of "bad." Every citizenof Bill?one It's cent not today.costing Why the taxpayers \I. nothing 6.00-16 . u.>1

''/,;, past mistakes and an effort, if possible, to the county. should accept it as his personal said about the pensions of 6.25-16 or 8.50.18. 13.50

. ll, rectify them. If family harmony has been duty to see that Bradford County's the school teachers, cabinet officers 'At0T ..HIGH VALUE Net price.-with your old tire

loJ.. rating is impioved the next time similiar Supreme Court Justicesand OTHER :SUES PKICfD IN PROPORTION
, split by holding a grudge against one member -
others? I'll tell :
you why---
which has resulted in the entire family statistics are published.According someone else wants the job regard ,

O leas.. I STOP at the Diamond Sign and SAVE
taking sides, a friendly act or overture from
,, Judge Adkins Raid he wanted I Ak about 9O-lO"OFFtR on.IIG.. : of faction toward
member member
a one a Russell Kay, Confucius
to be judge right on and work I
of the other will go far in healing the say : "Politician who throw mud loses for his living, but said if he win I

t k" wound. ground." defeated he would take the pension I 1

";,j:,. Friends can help in the search for an O He explained: 1 that Circuit REGISTER MOTOR COMPANYCorner
Judges were appointed by the
.:, achievement of a new life, :Mr. Douglas believes To qualify, or not to qualify} I i Saturday I Governor and confirmed by the

y, but the burden of the effort must begarried night at 12 o'clock is the deadline for :Senate -not elected. The results]I Madison and Walnut Streets

by the individual. It Lint enough the 19-10 field of hopeful candidates. :of the primary served only as the Phone 103 Floridah
wAi I recommendation of a man to the Starke,

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1 h atl' C 'IJ BRADFORD COUNTY TEtE:GRAPH "1 I: .<'' \I f!I'\" ,'',",'"1.,',,I.:.,',:

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Tile home of "

, SISTY T1Y0 Tile 'Sweetest Strawberries This Side of heaven I. ,\ : '-

1 )LEME BTA11KE, FLORIDA FHII).\\'. AI.VKCH 29, 10IO ;,1
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: : t t.vel'1ttnIC

, J, The Scenery Is Great, These Spring Days :

f M ally Datese I Eleven Qualify : 68 Candidates Qualified ,;

n Announcedy I r tIJ .,
1940 County Races

0 CommitteeFirst Few Unopposed ,I :F L

I 1 1i "Speaking" Will Qualifying Deadline Saturday Night Found .. {f..; i.;

Held In Theressa Lengthiest Ballot In Five Late Entries An All-Time High In Bidding I' : '.f
History of State Will for Bradford Offices )
18th :
on April ;
Church ,
I Confront Voters May 7 l t< "ter
County's Democratic : Add To Interest Saturday night when the clock struck 12, Clerk of the 't; : [

Bradford Committee met In the >y I Eleventh hour qualifications In Circuit Court A. J. Thomas "shut up shop" and drove the '. I I. r'i ," ?

;\ecutive Wednesday afternoon, r Tallahassee late Saturday night Maines: Announces three lonely miles to his home out east of town. lie had ( 1"" ,i"
,,rUiouse I f
called to order by Chairman """*' added to the record number of For State Senator- spent a very quiet evening With the single exception of ,,' ;1
\8 listened to min. candidates who will compete for late-qualifier W. P. Smith the ;' '1;
i Alexander, M w YM public and party John in the Smith for School Board five long hours 'from sun ,""I J ;;,
-s of i he previous meeting read '11 primaries In Florida. May, down to midnight were uninterrupted by tardy candidates. 'f'( '" :*

i Secretary K. A. Sapp, and I I Voters Five late entries In the field of Required by law to stay on the job until the midnight ; /;..t 'i
., got down ,to the "milk InIc can look forward to politics rounded. deadline. Clerk Thomas certain I '
.tt r ijf' !tackling the longest county out the was of a long dull evening : l,1'ql
ballot In
coconut'the news that poll- sl e 'ln 1 the I number to an almost even 70 this for the bulk of Bradford County's 1940 of candidates It "
history of the state as crop 'j" ,
citizens have been a result ,
I,aliy-minded to hear: the dates and << lof| the fact that 95 aspirants have week and gave definite assuranceof had sworn their oaths by late Saturday afternoon. Re- I..'' ; 14; {Ih! .
slung one of the -
, lace time-honored political I, entered the race for the four most Interesting the ancient adage!!: the ; :
of the places open to men delegates 'I primary elections ever held. last few hours before sundown 'Jrifl u:;

pt'aklngs. I from the otate-ot-large! to the Hal Y. Malnes former county had been the storm before the J ::1 '

Following the "whirlwind Democratic convention. A judge of Union County and, former Races CostCandidates lull. : '. ) ,\
|ory'? that voters do not be- lof 49 Ft. Myers citizens qualified group assistant state's attorney for this Plenty A hasty check-up of qualifying t '. { :'1 :{

,ne sufficiently "het up" until In this i ace to demonstrate the j judicial circuit I l formally announced records revealed the fact that the f,, ''Ii.! .. .,41
e'last few weeks of a cam as a candidate for State pant few months of '.
+h "absurdity" of the method of \\111'1tbe deadline punnetl rumor ands, ,il', ':\
,igB!, the first rally date wast electing delegates. Senator from Bradford and Union at midnight Hiilurdiiy,
for April 18-less than three Some people visit art galleries to see pretty pictures, but A field of eleven hopeful Counties
eeks before the first primary few, if any, could equal the scene afforded by Marian and Helen, qualified as candidates for men the He stated: "If elected I will total ..I 93,136.85 In riling fees had produced a record field of I. dn !.

i May 7. The time: 8 o'clock. attractive twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. t:. J. Dowling of governorship almost, but not work for liberal pensions for the And i assessments for (he privilege 68 candidates, one more than1936's l''' ')t'\\

''he place: TheresHa Christian Starke, as they pause a moment amid the pear blossoms that quite, reaching the all-time highof aged, the blind, the crippled, and of throwing themselves upon total of 67, and far exceeding t. i.. ,1;:, s
hare;. fourteen mothers with dependent children. the of voter 1932's paltry 53. At one'' I
In mercy In the ;
recently brightened the local landscape. There should be a 1936. II \
pun '
j From then on the meetings foliar I With the deadline I believe that teachers should be May primaries, minute after 12 Clerk Thomascongratulated
succession: here-something about a pair of peaches under a pear tree- I passed, the paid for twelve month's himself upon being ( t' ', '
In rapid various state races service, Of this total .
amount, 11I1,
i shaped
but our camera man was too overcome by the beauty of the up as the ",'
I Hellbronn Springs, Friday follows: and that the salary/ for teachersand 283.11 ICIK'II to the Hoard of only unopposed candidate for \ ;, 'I"

|ght April 19, probably out ofoors. scene to figure it out. Governor Democrats bus drivers should be more <(ounty< CommlNNlonrnt. fur the a major political office in the ': ') ').' .
'-- : James liberal. I am In favor of all In county. I 1., :
Barbee, Jacksonville |>urH>N<- of defraying rlcc'tlonezIMIIMen II
Graham, Tuesday night, April ; H. the lower brackets who work for Containing few HUrprUes (again .: '
Clancey Panama | and| $8,11.71: SOON to I 1
[3. B-iptlst Church building. Bradford HighIn Guards Given Fraser, St. Augustine City; Walter H. the state getting a salary In proportion the County' IhMitocratlo EX'I.(>II. excepting Mr. Smith's 10 o'clock I : J'I"t.\ \

, New River. Thursday night, L. Holland. Bartow Carl: Spessard ,I to other employes. I am llCiiiiimltlec.; qualifying UK School noaid candidate tr;, \\j:

Ipril 24, school house. Wakulla; B. F. Paty; West Maples i I Iin, favor of the open range and Filing feex and UNMewmiienlMHI from District Two) tho ''lid';

Hampton Friday night, April Auto DeathsFigures Excellent Beach; Burton Schoepf, Palm!! ]legislation that will benefit faim-' paid by candidates arthiineil 1010 line-up1 as follow: 7f i'!!
|b, school house.Luwtey Rating Frederick V a n Roy Tampa ; II[ ,era und truck growets. I will on flv,' perrent of I the For Sheriff: A. O Andreu (I Incumbent I, "I

c Tuesday night, April i River; Hans Walker Ocala Crystal j'i work to eliminate all nuisance )! inniiiil remuneration of the .>fClin )land M. L. Johns II ; ''I't) I

, |o, school house Show County Local Unit Passes Annual Warren, Jacksonville, ; Fuller i I i taxes."" uhlrh they seek, and lire For Tax Assessor: E. W. Hayea \ 'h'j: ,;

Brooker, Thursday night May Ranks Second In Inspection Friday Francis Whltehair, DeLand and, I)I I'or ConunlHNloner I IM followM; Sheriff, $H8.2<>;; Tux (Incumbent) and 1... O. Hazen. }', O? ;;\

school house I C'ollrelor, XU20 Tax For Tax Collector: C, A. Knight j: Ifs' I t
Republican : John K Walter R. R ( Hob) Demorest entered ; Assessor, I
Population With Flying Colors Day (Incumbent) and N. I 11. Wain 4 F r ,".
Starke, Friday night May 3, Group tona Beach. ( the rnce'for County Commissioner 11180; MiiperlnteiMlenc( of I'tibllr I "> :
.iadford Park athletic field. I I III N t ruction, VI50 : wright, Jr. ;,r.
The local United States from District 3 (South Starke), ; County I !*
All rallies are scheduled for 8 Figures released this week by Headquarters Company Senator Democrats ,fudge, $1)0.1.1; Clerk of the For Clerk of Circuit Court: A. l',.fJ.

|clock at night. the National Safety Council show of the Florida National Orlando: Senator C. O Andrews, ... Court, H338.in! ; <'flinty CititfmlnNloiierN Thomas (Incumbent)I. I i'I 1 P I''
that Bradford death rate Guard was rated "better thun excellent" ; Jerry W. Carter, Talla r ;
County's i
Candidates will have to talk hassee s ': $18; School Hoard For Superintendent of Publlo 'j I i '.
lIt, come quickly to the point: from automobile accidents Is the Friday following Federal' West ; Charles Francis C o e, 'tR x Members' 1(115( ; !State Repreoun| Instruction: A, J, Griffis (Incumbent "ifirlfor : : ,

tch is limited to-a.flat five mines second highest, in Florida among Army inspection by Major L...\''P. Palm Beach; Governor Fred alive f $IAI; !MnnrrvlNor! of KegUlriitloii ) W. E. Middleton E. R, Pop-, I',, ;"j'' :,t 'i,
counties of less than 10,00 Tharp of Brunswick Ga.. an officer Cone, Lake City; O. B Hazen I r- "i &, 4 t
ftven wltJvUvJs precaution. ; $18. I loud TniNteo pell and O. E. McGauley, ii'' ,:"Pp b
T>*" of the U. 'S. Pahokee and -Brnarr '
I'wcver, meetings. will run well ,. regular Army den Miami Mac Fad. dte. ('( and various committeemen receive For CountY'Judge: E. K. Perry- il, /HE.\ :\t(

ker two hours because of' the Martin County Is in the lead Major Tharp' ,arrived Friday afternoon Miles Beach. Republican: no salary, pay no fees man ( Incumbent) 'and Don 1... i'p" ;'' :\
at 1:30: V'c'kck>> and inspected H. Draper, Tampa. )'
Inusually large number in the with 94.34 deaths per 100,000 the company's'records Hoover.:_ .'I : .':'- ;l
eld. Any state candidate who population, Bradford Is second Secretary of state -:;; Democrat ttepresentative in the State s'' : ; ( p

|,ippens to appear on the scene with a rate of 00.99. and Indian equipment, building and suppliesIn : R. A. Gray, Tallahassee, Incumbent New Directors Legislature: Ceo. H. Inman (Incumbent I I" I,
with Lt. .
111 find himself taking a River' Is third with 83.33. Clay company T. T Long 1 .rR. ) and Ralph B. Alvarez I ,""

lack seat, must wait until the County is way down the list with the Headquarters Company's commanding Attorney general Democrats: ;: Named -At Rotary For SupervlHor of Registration: .I,

}>unty office-seekers, large andnull 41.67, and Union is still further officer This phase of I<;d. R. Bentley, Lakeland; Millard : James HolllnRSworth/; J. F, Kick- I /"'
11.36. Is Inspection usually a two hour, B. Conklln Rotarlans, a t their meeting'liter, and Mm. Sum
have finished their pleas. along with only Baker Daytona Beach; K. '' Anderson. f
j The order of speaking will be one of the enviable group whose job, was completed in only 4 51 I B. Donnell West Palm Beach, here Wednesday elected a new Incumbent N. D. Wainwright nota ,

ged at every meeting so that rate for 1939 was .00, there being minutes, because of the excellent I:i" E. P. Martin, Plant City, and J. board of directors who will guide candidate for re-election. if t
shape and condition of all facltors of the organization/ }
|the first shall be last, and the no fatalities there In that Tom Watson, Tampa. Republican: during For County CommlnnlonerDint '
at shall be first" at some time year. Eleven other counties were {i J, Harry Schad, Gainesville.. I The the new year beginning In July. 1: P. I U. Reddish ( Incumbent ,\\1'J

urlng the series. A complete In this classification. Inspection of the personnel o fj I I Comptroller -- Democrats new members are: A. J. ) J. M. Rosier, and T, T. \ ((1,;

rogram for each rally showing There were a total of eight the company began Friday'nightat Frank [Brown, Jacksonville : I Thomas..L _W... I'_. _Smith__. K.; t. Mat. Ulackburn. hz t I

w order in which each candidate highway deaths in Bradford. Indian 8 o'clock. Major Tharp carefully I''I G. Fraser, Macclenny, and J;. M.K. F. Demorest Herlong mews, -1-, and it. jvicuiaue W. ,U, Mundy, JJr. ai.The a. Dist 2: L,. U Conner (Iincum'i, } \ r
'111 speak, will be published In River, and St Lucie Counties watched the squad drills led Lee. Tallahassee, Incumbent Incumbent ) and W. M. Kd '
by squad sargeants and the company I president, Uobt. F, Diet 3: J, L. ,
ext Wynn. J. H.
week's issue of the lele- during 1939. Martin Countyis I Treasurer making this the mont sought. Clark,
I Democrats be
rapli.So drill by Lt. Long. Following : J. Edwin | will u holdover memo Fields, O. C. Cason, R. L. Lee. ,
credited with only 5, but hasa La i'son, Keystone Heights after office In the county, with a ber of the board. The directorswill I''
drills members retired to the ; R. i and R. K, Uemorest.
Incumbent t
here's to the good old cam. higher rate per 100000 becauseits L. Richard. Keystone total of five aspirants. Mr. DernoreHt meet to elect
various sections (wire, radio, intelligence Heights. ) a new president Mallory Thomas not :
algn a candidate
"speakings. In the Is less. I and has been for 36 1
words population I William M. Wain J a taxpayer from their '
If etc.) and we rein.1 wrlght, huiong group, for re-election. .
one candidate: "It's a lot A total of 680 people were soected. Starke. years, Is a successful farmer and who will take office in July. 'I Dist 4 : It. S. Waxdln { 4
aBler for ( Incumbent
| ( a fellow business and has been
to lose votes Florida man a
killed In automobiles
on Panel and Superintendent of A delightful musical treat ) and T. C. Chu
an to make (signaling) gas mask ( public In. was taln.
votes In a short I highways during 1939. as compared Istructlon Democrat booster for Bradford County for enjoyed by the Rotarians In Diet 6 T. D. i' '
teeth: demonstrations were held after : Colin the : Dyal (Incumbent "t
rally, but they have benme I with 741 In 1938. I. English Tallahassee, many years. He promises a form of an '
a cherished which time Major Tharp addressed incumbent. t appearance of the ) and M. O. Harrell. eo' :,
Industrious adminlBtratlon.
Institution and "progressive, -
W voters the assembled company. Commissioner' of Agriculture __, Chorus of the Starke Woman's For Scholl! Hoard
would willingly givePew I Permits "I completing tour j J Democrat: Nathan Mayo TallaJ keeping In mind economyIn Dial 1: J, H. Moore ( I
hem up. Building am now a o I :; business and government af' Club. The numbers were enthusiastically (Incumbent '
inspection of Headquarters Companies asses, Incumbent. I ) J. S, Norman, and Ii. A. ''I .
New Clue To Progress in the state and this corn j Member of the State Railroad I received by the members Bishop / "
Voters T. T Blackburn, well-known
above Commission Democrats W I and many complimentary re- Dlst. 2: S. K. I
of I pany will rate excellent : : : B.! Sparks, and W. ;
It the first three months Lawtey grower and shipper, announced
egistering Here I This is the bent HeadquarterCompany a,i Douglass Tallahassee, incumbent marks were hoard concerning this P. Smith Incumbent W. E. Mid.
1940 may be taken as an exampleof I 1 and S. C. as a candidate/ for
I I have Peacock, Orlando Republican dleton not a candidate for
Inspected mentally musical
nine Commissioner from District group which U under the 1'8- k
During what will follow the next County
the past two weeks less morally and physically. The,I I'' : II.) Georca Griffith___. Mi- election.
an 1. new voters months of the year, then Sturke ami. nn -p 1, assuring a threecorneredrace direction of Mm t. A. Canova. "', I
have Diet 3
regis training Is above excellent and : : K.: J. Lewi. (Incumbent '
red In the Is all set to enjoy another boom for thin position. Mrs R. J. Davis, n member I
courthouse with Sup-, so were the demonstrations." j jI Attorney Geneial George Cou-' of ) O. C. Kelly. (and Frank T. a.
rvlBor"' of Registration N I). : In building construction, a surveyof Friday afternoon Major Tharp' {per GlbbH and Treasurer W. V. For Si'hool lloiutlI the chorus Hang a solo "God Abernathy ,

alnwrlght' bringing the total building permits Issued In the I accompanied by Lt Long paid Knott did not ask re-nominal' I H. A. Bishop formally u nI Hires America' Mrs. K. M For Hoiul Trustee '

umber 100. nOW qualified to around, city revealed this week. an unofficial visit to the Three members 0 f congress'were 'I nounced HS a candidate for the Davis was atcompunlat Dint 1: O. J. Phillips ( Incum ', (j. '

a explained however, Four permits totaling $10,600 landing site at Kingsley Camp I unoppostd for Democratic' School Hoard, from District 1 bent) and J. Q Roster 'f\)\

at this number Is not actually were recorded, and all, except a renominatlon They are J, H. (Lawley and North Shirks). pro nut 2: %V. H. (Kill) Griham.If/

Ie true total of those registered small $200 permit were for construction Peterson of the first district, Piii mising. If elected "to bring to Welfare Conference Incumbent W. L. Wall not a candidate

ace many of this number "Per- of residences. In January : Johns To Start Cannon of the Fourth and Joe the school affairs of our county Coming Soon for re-election. .

/'IPI' *! hIgh as 10 percent" will I a permit for a frame dwelling Speaking Campaign Hendricks of the Fifth Emory: the respect and confidence of all Diet 3: Ira W. Andreu. The ':.y I
removed 1 from the list because : to cost 2.500 was issued to I Akerman of Orlando la the unopposed -,' concerned." Mis.. Jos E. Wilson Mrs. .KM-. Idle A. A. l>uI'dtu wan Incumbent.
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death or because the y have John H. Denmark for a house on State Senator Charley E. Johns I candidate for Republican!!I W. P. Smith announced a* a ward Bums and Mr*. J, M. member from this. district ,

ove,1,l from the county. Weller Street. Another January will open his speaking campaignfor nomination In the fifth district. '! candidate for the School Hoard Darby will be among those from Dlst. 4: If. II May ( Incum

During the past week Mr. permit went to F K. Prince of Congress from this district In the second district the In-'i from District 2. Having already here attending the Florida State bent). ,' I! I.

;'alnwrlght stated, he has been Miami for construction of a $1- at Starke. Saturday afternoon 2 cumbent, R. A Green of Starke, ,;I served one term In this capacity, Conference of Social Work In Dist 3: J. V. Edwards: Sr.. Incumbent '. i J ,

moving many names from the 900 frame house also on Weller 'o'clock, at Carpenter's drug store has as opponents for Democratic !i Mr. Smith promises t o "take Jacknonville on April 21. Social R. A. Weeks not a candidate ;. ,

we, preCincts he Is most fame Issued for a metal roof on afternoon in front of the court- :Monville and Charley E. Johns of run them In a sound, economical, the meeting! with especial I emphasis For Justice of Peace, Dial 1 '-' t I.,

Jar With. lIe laid: "The' I a w the store building occupied by house at Lake Butler at 3:30.: | ,Starke. Francis(. McHale of I bu..inenfl-llke, manner" on social legislation and (comprising voting precincts 1. ,

]811't provide for revising the Bryant's Cafe In the amount of In making his announcement,, Jacksonville Is the Republican ,I public health. 2, and 3)) ; O. W. Durham ,

rtmary> registration books as it 200. March 11 a permit for a Senator Johns stated that he candidate In the second district. Sibley Withdraws Thin annual conference I Is the For IfcMitoerutlr l': I'C'uth'6 "f

"neon0hi" general election. $6.000 home was issued to K. G. wished to make the first speech ,j The third, post from which Mill only organization In Florida that (' teenutn r

to revise the Pr-| Duncan. of the campaign before the I'lard Caldwell will retire at I W. S. Sibley, of There" a. a bring together all persons engaged Precinct 1J. L. Harrell. j;
ary h The future outlook for construction peo-i. end of the present term Is 'candidate for County Commissioner Precinct 2J.. M. Alvarez. '
!Ileve hiss, OCCasionally and pie of his "home county ; sought In the broad field of social
ken J! job should under' within the city Is ex by four democrats: D. Stuart' from district four, announced welfare. It provides an opportunity Precinct 3W.. B. Alexander. !

by 'the Supervisor of Regis. cellent. In all probability work Gillls of DeFunlak Springs Park yesterday that he was for Interested citizens, pub- Precinct 4 C. H. Roberts .',
o allon. I have removed about the $70,000 postoffice will begin Landscaping :hill; Maya of Montlcello Robert 'withdrawing from the race due to lic official, board members and Precinct 5- -O P. Wadsworth. '.

names of before summer, and S.. E. Sparkswill I Continued 'the "pressure o f my business Precinct 6C.. Sullivan. '
ther persons I know are ; I Work was begun I last week j ( on page four; professional worker to meet together \
dead or moved begin work on his new 3. matter" He added, : "I wish to Precinct 7. K. A. Sapp. r
away. landscaping the Armory grounds.' no that Information may
300 home within the next 10 days. On the south and west sides of j j Drivers' License Sales ': thank all of my friends who have be shared problems realized and Vrecinct 8 L. R. Oalney. i' ; ,
tense If plans are curried i )been supporting and working for For Ifc'niorrutlc .
present Kxerutlte:
Tag f ?
Sales I the area 13 palm were planted.! Inspiration given to find solu t
Motor vehicle through. and 16 ligustrums\ were planted I Sales of private and chaffeursj'' 'me: I tions. ('onuii 11 lecw'oman ,.

the license tag sales either side of the entranced licenxes In the county;, Precinct 1 Pearl G. Carradlne. i
county totalled 1, 350 Tax In Shoot i\ on ( Announces Convention Precinct 2 Mis Mae Green. !. .
lIector C. Smith {Wins \next to the building/ to form .a stood at 2.838 yesterday It wan Births This Week '
At Knight county learned from Precinct :3 Mrs W. E. Mld .' ; :
x agent, 1 hedge. Some low places on the 11< County Judge K. K'I,
is nUmber said Wednesday. Of W. P. Smith, local marksman, grounds have been filled In and erryman. Of this number. 051 Mrs!). Ernest Thornquest, county Mr. and Mrs. Theadore T. Met- ] dleton.: f 'II

r tugs 361 943 are passenger I 'won another trophy -a sterling I more work Is expected to be done, were $1 chaffeurs licenses and 2.- I
are are truck toga and I silver platter-In competition at |' future The plantings "43 were the 50-cent private per1 1 Party Is passing on information Precinct 8-.Mrs. Thoa Hrown. ,'
trailer 1 In the near Mr. and Mrs James W. Todd j
"* and licensee "Sales are the Jacksonville Gun Club last was made by Lt T. T. Long ancl.n' s. The Judge said he estli! which came to her recently. concerning Starke girl. March 20Kf Precinct A. Miss! Ida Hngan, r, ,a 4 i

'untv have! many persons In then I Saturday Pitted against George Elmo Struth. with the landscaping -I' mates only about<< 100 persons In a state convention of the Precinct 7Mrs.. Mana Wiggins. :; j
i not Purchased their ,/lodges an.lV.. H Patterson two' Sgt. committee, Mrs. T T. the county who should have, licenses :]party to be held In Sebrlng on and Mrs. Willie Souther-i 1 Precinct 8 Mrs. N, O. Hayes 'I t .
yet ,
expect': Mr. Knight said| "hut .of thy high-ranking Jacksonvilleshots I: Mrs. D. P Carpenter, Mrs. haven't obtained them yet Thursday. April 11 Roger Ilab- land New River, girl, Match 15. i for Democratic State F.xecu- \ I I

soon sales to increase I Mr. Smith won In the, Long Kldd, Jr. and Mrs. E. Bales thouM reach nearly 3,000, 'son. national business economist,' Mr. and Mrs. Thalma H Met' .tlvo: Committeeman: K. G. Dun- i'"1' : {

ft L bl'glns.as the heavily, I shoot-off I pionship. for the 20-guage cham R.Struth G cooperating. ft.1 i fie: concluded.( ,P,will be among the guest speakers. Intyie: ; Ralford, boy, March 22. j (Continued on page four) ,1),);.. ;. f'1 iI

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Fine Grciro <-arluatcs Farm Brooker Junior-High -


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: 1 S For Circuit Jude For School Itoard-Iflet| !3 td b. hold May

1 You're. not liable to a jail sentence I announce my candidacy for T hereby announce myself a candidate "rvfld ibo. ICap
Circuit Judirt of the Klghth Judicial for re-election from School County f... tIiq n.. III
,t, for committing the crime; Circuit of Florida, In GrottO one, l.loitrd District No. 3 subject to the anti have held tli, )
: you won't be fined or even censored and solicit the vupport of all democratic nctlon nf voters at the Primary children nnl thuli!
: electois In the 1940 primary. May. 7, 1940. K elected. I promise most In everything :
L by the law: but society In D. E. KNIGHT. to continue a fair conscientious and always give you 'upoHMlble

Its own Intolerant wuy. will take equitable administration nf this office and It you I
f (1 to the best of my ability.Respectfully with this election
( : care of you. You will receive a I For Circuit Judlfe one thing and that' i 1

i'I I I penalty more painful than sitting B. J. LEWIS provement of s"h, ,. '''I
I In a Jug: you will be banished am advantages for yom' ,rf'"
your servant DI'I, i
| socially. The crime? Mispronunciation. Fur ('....n'" C..mmsBloner>lNt. 3 vice at all times. i "
I hereby announce myself a candidate for your vote and ",, '1
I ,. for County Commissioner, 1940 I am yours for i
I "Nothing In all the world Is IXwtrlct number three., and earnestly A ,
Mollclt your vote and support, promising :'If
no betraying as mispronunciation kLF If elected to discharge the!

," writes Archibald Rutledgei duties of said office In a fair, For County Srhm.1 *,,vrt,
.economical and bualness-like man- I hereby" '"'
"I f
Good Housekeeping. a ner. Thanking you for your seats. for the offlcw or KUI a1,,'
I :
ii''w' speaker fumbles for the right tance, I am, Public Instruction f .'d'"

word we have a fellow sympathy iIAAii ii.i Yours respectfully County. If elected. I ',*'"'
: H. I.,. LEKKor honest. faithful anti "
( tor him; I f a writer misspells administration! of thd i :""'
I :
., one. we feel a personal Jolt; but County Commliuilunvr-Itliit. S support I earnestly Hetipectfullv solicit y I"

when someone mispronounces a 'r I wish to announce that I am a U. J: .

(I word. we are embarrassed by him candidate Commissioner for from tile office District of County Five. I -C;,

\ and for him." earnestly solicit the support of the Far School lloanl_
voter. e I
Mispronunciation can be traced I hereby announce ni\
M. O. HARRELL. for 'ltd"'
member of School
directly to one of two reasons: -., District No. 1, Lawtey. 'Lilt' .'
t "bJ.
carelessness or Ignorance. "'0. County ('o..I.'o.-UI..t.. 9 the will of the -voters .ht"

I wish to announce my candidacy mary election of M..y. ", .,
Correct pronunciation can be for re-election- a. County Commissioner I will work for the i 10'i ,
Mr. Rutledge by from District 5, Brooker anti of all schools In the ,
.. ._ acquired says \'
vote and
---- -' River. I feel that my past auppuitv'
': .- listening to those who are considered experience makes. ma more capable predated. ?

: Pictured above are the young) Kott\ Austin Kelly, Lucilo Hinton Parrlsh Howard Douglas Eva > authorities and by reference of handling the office than before Respectfiilh J
und If re-elected I promUtt to give J. S. (HL'l>ll" ,
G. Jo}. Fay Gatney Alvin Howard to the dictionary when In ,1\:\MKor ,
men and women who recently reo I Principal Mccauley you the best service that I can possibly -
Geneva Parrlsh, Robert Henry doubt. Below Is test of render. Thanking you all
a twenty
Thelma Lee Willa
certificates of promotion Starling May
celve'l School llounl
, for your past and future support |i| t. i
Hargrave Lovey Ward. Bill Par- words on which "event the fairly I hereby announce .
Brooker Junior-High. demons Martha Evelyn To the Voters of Judicial Your. respectfully n1'M,-
from the Markey the Eighth
1; re-election
rlHh. Louise One as School
Crosby. grad well-educated Is like to stumble. Circuit: I am a candidate for T. D. DYAI member B,

They are ( from left to right Everett Padgett (Left to right. uate. Doris Mol, In not in the I Count 5 for each word pronounced Circuit: Judge of the Eighth Judicial In the Democratic from District pi.linn Vat,, La,i,..

front tow) : Wilson Green Eury rear row) : John Hargrave. Bob picture. correctly. Over 60 Is fair Over Adklns.Circuit I to shall succeed appreciate Judge A.your Z. .I hereby For announce School Hoard my candidacy of I will May continue 7. My to only work promise fm i IT

: ,. ------ 80 Is excellent. Test yourself be- vote and support. for nomination as a member of the Interest of ALT. the neb, ,c|the
HENRY I* ORAY School Hoard from District Two. county In

f. Russell Kay I Another Unusual uSh ow of the Skies" / I'ore looking below. at the correct answers Gainesville.-Florida cratic subject voters to the In will the of Primary the Demo-Election -J. II Mr ,

May 7. If elected I will diligently
Will Visible
Be Here Next Month .
1. Quintuplet 11. Alias For C'lrealt Judge work for better Bradford For Stale "Oeniitor'
-- ---- TO THM VOTERS OP THE County schools. Your vote and support Tn the Democratic Vuler"' ,
Another "free show" of the While astronomers can make 2. Respite 12. Heinous EIGHTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT: appreciated. Union and Bradford C'uuntlri:
; TOO LATE 3. Penalize 13.iI* Coupon I am a, candidate for nominationfor Respectfully, I hereby announce for the of
sky-this time aa "annular", orl' only a few studies In this kind of reappointment a. Judge of the S. K. SPARKS. of State Senator, subject to
4. 14. Mausoleum
TO CLASSIFY of the will eclipse the spectacle for the I Incognito Eighth Judicial Circuit. If I am primaries of !May 1940. If ri/
ring. eclipse sun sweep PUb-I 5. Ingomlny IS. Mischievous nominated and reappolnted I will t shall work for an increase |In
j across the southern part of the lie is something that save the tax payers" 127,500.00 For "-liool B..nr c]' : Well talks It's a good thing 6. Flaccid 18. Robust I If elected School Board member crippled. and for orphan.
1 United States on Sunday. April 7, most persons only once (In a lifetime will appreciate your vote andupport. from District Three I will discharge moderate with I
7. Formidable 17 Corral you
,-4 I am not burdened with a guilty, from West Texas to F lor Ida and many never see It. This I s A. Z. ADKIN3. my duty to the very best of guard your Interest at all t b
8. Theatre 18. Secretive my ability not being swayed to and Your
conscience for If I were I cer- lasts six much vote and support 'II| ,
traveling in an eastward dlrec- eclipse minutes
fro for the unmerited benefit of highly appreciated
I 9. Indictment 19. Condolence
tainly would have broken out in tion. Present Indications are that longer than most total eclipses. Far Clerk of the Circuit Cifart any person. but will stand. strictly Sincerely yours,
I 10. Poignant 20. Khaki for .
a three alarm sweat one night i Bradford County will be well Inline During that time, the moon will ,, To the people of Urnrlforil, County: administration.an economical I will business-like strive to DREW II. Dl

recently when I attended the banquet -I' l for a good view of the "per- cover 03 percent of the sun's sur- Correct Pronunciation Sincerely trusting that I may be make Bradford County outstanding

,c of the State Sheriffs' Asso-I lormance," face.The i 1. Quintuplet (QUIN-tup-let. not permitted your Clerk to continue of tb. Circuit to serve Court youaa predate In educational your support.work and will ap To voters P.t.t.of Bradford* Nenstor. ant,! I

: elation in Tampa for-believe It I It Is the "chance of a. lifetime" width of the path is equalto quln-TO'OP-let or qulnTuPPlet I announce my candidacy for thisoffice O. C. KELLY. Counties: I take this behold .r
I subject to the next Democratic nounclng myself
as a t'alidIdt'
; or not- I was seated with the At-i for the average person is only afforded about the distance from Jacksonville ) Primary. I appreciate the klnd- State Senator for th. Fltll,

torney General on one side, a one to wltnesui to Savannah and these ness and confidence shown m. by For> "School 8..ordDld. 3 :Senatorial District of Florida,
officer behind a 2. Respite (ReSS-pIt, not re- all of our people and In return I I wlHli to announce that I will I Klxtlng of Bradford and I I
probation me, a ring eclipse during a lifetime) two cities are close to the edges SPITE) have rendered, and for so long as be a candidate for the office of ,Counties. and I earnestly milln,, !
state liquor inspector across from I hold office will continue to School Board Member from District .
q it i Is said. as the shadow passes out Into the support and vote of all i I Unninvoters. ",
and the chief of police at a 3. Penalize (PEE-nal-lze, not 'rend..r. every service and courtesyIn Three, comprising Hampton (Gra Yours rexpectfiillv
: me, I An annular rcllpxe is so named I Atlantic. I my power. Your assistance will ham Brooker and New River. If M.[ J S

nearby table superintendent of/,/j because the rim of the sun will The approximate time for this PEN-al-Ize) .be appreciated. elected I will perform my duties -
A. J. THOMAS.Fvr III a business-like. and
i the State Prison Farm on thai'! show In a narrow ring of light ring shadow which Is the same 4. Incognito (in-COG-nl-to not In- my time and energy mnnner to the give up For State Kenntor

other side of me and a flock of I'i all around the dark moon. This also for t the partial shadow over cog-NEE-to) building of our schools always u.In& ..- IItC I>l' am for announcing Bradford ami for Sinn

"v high sheriffs fore and aft. I I la due to the fact the moon is a' the rest of the United States and 5. Ingomlny (IG-no-mln-y, not Ig- I hereby County announce Tai my Collector candidacy be used.economy Thanking where economy you In advance should ties subject to May fnlim 10 i
,, But it was a swell party. While little too far away from Its bulk Canada Is about 5 P. M. Eastern NOM-In-y) to succeed myself a. Tax Collector for your Hupport IBm. sincerely F ri I ma favor nec. aid to ,
there are only 67 counties in the of'Bradford County subject to theDemocratic Fit AN K T. ABERNATHY : farming, uurr'
4 to cover the sun completely. I Standard Time. 6. Flaccid (F LAC K sl d, not primary to be held May tries naval stores and livestock Ir
limits ; ,
state which automatically cheaper auto t gim
7th. 1940. I have tiled to render
FLASS-id) For Count r Co..lon..r-nl..t.. 3 money for
aged blind wlitnvinrplmtis
the number of sheriffs to that you faithful honest and efficient
wlHh to announce that I am a good ,.
many there were over 300 folks!'I PINE LEVEL RISING 7. Formidable (FOR-mld-a b 1 Ic, service a. your Tax: Collector I candidate for member of the Board l living wages; for schools taliim-rn and. ,n
earnestly andIf
I your support of County Commissioners Dis
from drivers
attending the convention 0 1' :! Hy Mrs. II. M. Mcltue liy Mrs. II. II. Lewis not for-MID-a-ble) elected again, I shall continue trict Two, subject to will of Democratic Your anti vote teachers will lie appn" nil'

4 this. my friends, is what we com-j I 8. Theatre (THE-a-tre not the- to render you the same service a. voters of Bradford County. Sincerely
Mr and Mrs. B. M. McRae and S. A. Swlnley, R.. C. Law and 1 have In the past. If elected, I will strive to render EHNKST HKWKor'Keprenentsllte
monly refer us a 'poiitlcaiyear" ATI3-er) C. A. KNIGHT. a fair and Impartial service.. As to

and while dome folks may Mrs Iva Harnage were visiting Joe King of Tampa were visitingMr. 9. Indictment In-DITE-ment notInDICTment my ability I offer my record as -
I lelatlves at Luke councilman of.the city of Starke.
City Filduy. '
"run from sheriffs,". office-seek- :, Kings father, the Rev. N. T. ) TO '1'11..10'1'F.1t4! OF 1IU\I>FOHICOU.MTVl > W, M. CMITCm. EDWARDS. I wish rto .announce City crliicy .
ers Beldom do. And they were Mrs. Harnage stayed over and ( for Representative to
will spend a few days with her I King Sunday. 10. Poignant (POIN Y ant. not I HEREBY announce my candidacy I State Legislature from Brad
.1 out in force to mill about the for Tax Collector of Bradford Kor County Co..I..loner-VI.t.. 3 C County.: If elected I prom!*
botel lobbies slap backs shake ;on-ln-law and daughter Mr. and Miss. Annie Shattler of Jacksonville POlG-nant) County. I have never held At the request of a few of my 1 I ffuard, the Interest of the tnxpn

...1 s. Carl Dobbs. I spent Saturday with her 11. Alias (ALS-ee-as, not aLIEas any office within the gift of the' friends [.again offer myself. as al o nf this county and will oppose
and make good Impression candidate for
hands as County (
: people of this County before. It 'omml.alonerll) bill that tends to Increase tai
as possible. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis of cousin Miss Dot Crol
Then, too there were those Mining were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and daughter. 12. Heinous (IIA Y-nuss. not courteous this office and faithful service In that that I I will can give possibly you the render.bent Thankp service I percent. adequate I will Introduce pensions a for b,

who are known as henchmen, J. L. Underhill Sunday Mrs'j Agnes! and Mrs. LAsh Green HKE-nus) Sincerely Ing you for past and future suppoit I needy. of this state, and to'1
13. not CUE- N. li. '; JR. I am. I ate "red. tape." I will
publicity men, leg men snoopers J Mrs. Mattie Hutchlnson 'of Boatdialn were vibitlng Mrs. Coupon (Koo-pon WAINVVRICJHT. Respectfully :bill that favors a private oppotr,-nrii!

and a number of honest hardworking on, lilry, of Vanderbilt spent I K. J. Lewis Monday. pon) For I* L. CONNER.Kor \ Jon or Interest over tilt! -unpeople. ,

and exceedingly bored | Sunday. here with Mr. and Mrs. Elna Conner and Irene Lewlareturned 14. Mausoleum ( mau-so-LEE-um. I hereby County announce Tat my Assessor candldacv* I this I know what the pop,
I not :Mau-SO-le-um) for re-election to the office of County C..nlm..I..r-DI..t.. 3 : county want and I will *
:, newspaper reporters and camera U V. Alvarez. home Sunday after Assessor of Taxes. I hereby announce myself a can them to the best of my ahllih'
| 15. Mischievous (MIS-chle-v 0 US, didate for County Commissioner: I ; he: good of the county and sal
last week In LaCrosse.Mrs. With
Mrs. F
men. Mr. and A. Hall Aubrey spending my experience and the results the: advancement of ,
not mls-CHEE-vous) In the from District Three (South Starke) myself p
Prize story of the convention I Ir Wiggins und, L. E. and U. L. Zany Crawford and children during my present way of Administration tax reduction subject to action of the voters In.cp.llv or"financially Your voc

was about a tourist who attempted Haltwanger all of Jacksonville Marlon and Kenneth of Robust (ro-BUST not RO- I feel. no hesitancy In asking for the Democratic Primary of May ad7.i Ated.support will be sincerely. apr
bust the 1940. I am In favor of better .
) continued support of the voters.
L to make a right-hand were visitors here Saturday. Hellbronn spent part of last week If re-elected. I promise four more for our county. and If elected 'will RALPH ALVA
Corral cor-RAL. not CORal -
S turn In front of the convention and of work for the good of our county --
Mr Mrs. T. N. Normanand with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Con- years courteous and efficient
headquarters hotel. As he approached daughter. Dorothea of Gum ) service. at all times Fur llepresentstlte
ner. 18. Secretive (se-CRE-tlve not Thanking you most sincerely/ for J. I* WYNN. I I wish to announce that I
k the corner he stuck out Branch, and Harley Newman of I Mrs. Jessie Morgan spent. last your vote and support I am be candidate for re-election
the behind SEE-cre-tive) Yours respectfully, For 11 your Representative. In the <
his arm to signal car Jacksonville were dinner guests I County Cnmnilmlonei-nlst.
week with her parents Mr. and E. W, itA YES. Legislature subject to the I I'ocratlo '
19. Condolence (con-DO-1 e n Ce, Believing that my record as your
could make the
but before he .if Mr. and Mrs. U M. McRae
Primary In May.
I Mis. Jim Mann of Glen St. CON-do-lence Commissioner for my first I
turn three candidates Jumped Sunday.Mrs. not ) For ('...nf" T." Aumrnmar term entitles nm to a second, term ford I am asking: the people >f I

from the curb and shook his Paul Underhlll und child. Mary. 20. Khaki (rhymes with stocky, I take pleasure In announcing my I I hereby announce myself a* a Candidate I fldence county In me to by continue ;your.
and not candidacy for the office of Tax for re-election as County re-electing n
Mrs. Luther Smith daughter with wacky)
hand vigorously before he c uld en of Rising spent Friday night I Assessor of Ilradford County. ..ub-I Commissioner for District Number tour Representative. My.,
Kitty of Jacksonville are ject to the Democratic. One. Your support will be of active service In the Hi
it in Primary
pull again. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. NOTICKJ of Representatives first reni
preciated. as
.. it the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Reed Tay Notice In given to all he May 7. I honorably solicit the vote clerk and !S'
hereby as menb..rquallfl..a >
Strange: as may seem ik t. V. Alvarez. and support of the people, and If P. D. REDDISH. a
lor. creditor and claimants against the elected I me to render for y
subject most frequently discussed Mrs. Austin Fender was visiting estate, of William Patrick Went promise a fair Impartialand greater and more complete ""

,v duiing the two-day session was I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner and that you are to file your claim economical Sincerely a d m I nlstratlon.. I Foe County ('oninhI.ionr..flat. t I am 100 percent fo n
At the
dulv with County Judgeof request of many of range.I .
BWnrn to nb. my
nothing but pure unadulterated u. llatlon at Theiessa Monday of children were visiting Mr. and Bradford County Io'lorloll1.'It h- LUCIAN HAZEN. frlendx. I hereby announce my candidacy -! will continue to sponsor

POLITICS. On one or two occasions l last week. I Mrs. Claris Ilutchlnson Sunday in eight months from tint publlcatfnn for County Commissioner of cultural Legislation' ( for the I I',
wouldtimidly I afternoon. hereof or name will be barred Kor Sheriff nrarfford County district number one, Lawtey subjeet fits of the farmer.
when someone Scott Alvarez of Hellbronn was I liy statute of Limitations.. To the voters of Bradford County: to the will of the Democratic I will continue my fight to I
broach the subject of I lulling relatives here Sunday. I I Walter Underhlll and son. Jack. Thin March 15th. 11140. t hereby announce myself. a candi- voters of the district I feel that, Interest rates of finance ctinip',,
he would I W. A. Lousy, Executor, date for re-election to the office, of my past experience' well qualifies I will continue to vot fur
"Law .
: Enforcement" Hilly FenUej 0 : Orlando i spending I made a business trip to Jacksonville 3-15 4t 4-5 $Sheriff and If nominated and reelected moo to perform the duties of this decrease of taxes.

promptly be drowned out by ; a while here with his, I Saturday.Bud I promise to continue my office satisfactorily. Thanking you' I am' for Increased pension
fV Tire VIIsctrrCOIuIT tV AM> efforts to give a clean, progressive, for past and future .support I am the. aged widows and di'psr
candidate. I II I
aspiring glster-ln-law ,
koine 'I'otiler'Rnd Mr. and
LewU spent last week with 1'01& IIKlllFOIIIt (' 0 I: > TIX ". honest Impartial, and fearless. administration Respectfully children.
And the "PEOPLK," In whose Mrs Austin Fender. I I'I.4U"),'. nnd enforcement of the J. !M. ROSIER. I will sponsor and work for
name all this frantic folderols Is Miss Vester McRae his brother-in-law and sister Mr. rilANPKKYB. law.. I earnestly solicit your sup passage. of legislation to pfmedicines
Is .
visiting and Mrs. Ruswell Curler of Hell C. Tnylor' Plaintiff.Carrie Port l.r /'""..c,' (.n.ml..I..n.r-tJl..t.l 4 to the State Hoar'
I perpetrated calmly went about her sister. Mrs. A. F. Hall In -v.- A. O. ANDREU.Kor I hereby announce my candidacy Health for the use of the poorflee.ly.

,+ their dully tusks throughout the uckHonville this week. bronn. Splvpy Taylnr. Defendant. for the office nf County Cemmlssloner -, .
commonwealth totally unaware I I'I' j In the Name of the State of FlorIdn. She-riff District Number Four com1prising I I nm for better rnadi. ,). n I
I If Circe tlnic: I wish to announce my candidacy the voting! precincts ofi county.
'; of the great effort! being made n'e11I pay S-cents per pound 1:00TSE"SlEAClI To: Carrie Splvey T'r."rAt' ;:: for sheriff of Bradford County sub Oraham Hampton and Thereesa. I am for the IS.OO tnir laW
lust known residence ject to the It .1..1..1 I I will support the m-liuol
Democratic l
to advance their welfare. I fly "Miss F.ffle Crawford primary to / promise an hnnest.
.or dolled cotton rugs! meeting our.I1'1OOlIi. O."rll'la.< YOtT AUK IIKHEBY RE- he h..hllaY'! 7194. If elected. I faithful and economical teacher
i'; As far us the governors race No buttons or old UfIUKI> to appear to the 11111 of will discharge.. the duties of the of ration of said office. admlnl-i I feel that I am well a 'iii| .
Is concerned the consensus of | A large crowd from here at Complaint filed herein against, you fice to the best of my knowledge The vote and support of all I with the wishes and desl ,
,..... I*. llmdford County Tele on or before Mamliiv 11th day 0Ai..riI and ability and I earnestly solicit nenwt"l'atlc voters are people of Bradford county and
tended the at Misses earnestly
opinion here is tho same as It egg-pipping A. I>. 1!40. or Decree Pro the vote and support of all the "ollclt,,". (ll"ily nrotert your Int'
" 1'\ was at the Young Democrats'convention graph. Mildred\ and Klslo Cheuser'a house Confeano will ba entered. againsty"lT voters of Iirudford County. Yours T. C. CHASTAI.V.K \ I upon I the floor of the Home
' t, respectfully, assure you that I willIII
: -
: at Pensacola WblleI Saturday night. to the
: -
IS FUKTIIEK ORDERED thai dictates of a few -orp
I hair and Holland both running and ping a bullet come ker- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns and this notice be published In the itr.t.. JOHNS. ..r County ('0'" ...1..lon"l'-tJl.... 4 Interests who attempt t< "
hit in de Bradford ('oulllyT..I"lfraph.! a newspaper hereby announce polls and profiteer at th. .11 r
smack aa' myself ,
me right I Knr a candidate -
, atrong and practically neck and family of Live Oak spent Sundayhere puhlliihed In Bradford, 'ounty OnpertUor of Heclstriitlosi for re-election .. County of the taxpayer."
,. neck with Paty. Warren and aim. with Mrs. John's parents, once. each week for four consecutive of I Supervisor am a candidate for the office Commissioner from District number If you as a voter feel trioexperience '

4f Fraser several lengths behind the "Hoy. I mean that dun made, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns. Witness week my hand and official the Hjadford County of Florida Rtitlstratlon subject of to four comprising of (Iraham.the Hampton voting pre1clncts and Bradford County will In be a of L"If'vain i"'

Ij' ti leaders. me mad. cause you see dat was I Robert Crawford and Robert neat. this the Sib lILY of March A. Democratic Primary, and re- Theressas. If re-elected I promise capacity your vote andonl,
used to I>. 1949.iOTFtCIAI.. spectfully solicit your vote and 'K.do my duty to the be..t of support will be greatly aror'GEORGE
de I
the I've arm wee- my
J-t During past ten days carry my support.JAMES)
Rosier were business' visitors to 8KAL) A. J. Thorns ability Thanking you for past, and H 1*
had an opportunity to hear talks pont, but I don't stop-no suhI --- Jacksonville\ last Thursday. Clerk of Circuit Court. :J-3 4t :S-29 K. HOLLI.VQSWORTH.For future support I amRe.pectfuily' -

: by Holland Paty, Darbee. Walker j"I$' keep right on a-goln' ButI -
.t Mrs. Robert Crawford w a 8'Iroltlng > $9perIog 1t..I"t."CI. H. S. WASDIX.K /.
' Warren and Clancey, and all of don't get very far before an TttKKlt; I wish to announce my BUS SCHKDl'LKNorthbound:
\ Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Geiger (Irniile. Dill 'If... IfS: ) for candidacy
t. them. either openly or through other bullet come wham an'.then office of Supervisor of ..r ('e0517 School !
t of Starke, Saturday afteinoon. NOTICK IS HKRKflY OIVKXThat \ Registration of Bradford Saptrl.tr.dr.t
'. insinuation that leaves no doubt I reach up where my ear M. K. firmer. A S. It CahonnholJer subject" to the will of the voters County In fur I hereby announce my candidacy Leaves Starke at 2:20: M
.-It ain't. Mrs. Jean Cnsklna spent the of Tax' Certificate N<>. 69R, the Democratic the ffiM of Superintendent. < ot ll
I : In the minds of their listeners was InHiM'd the. 5th day of Primary of May 7, Public Instruction of Bradford 12:30: p. m., 1:45: p. m 6.1
September A. 1940.
their fire on "Den I sure 'nuff Is mad an week-end in Jacksonville with I feel that I am capable of County subject to the m and
: are concentrating P. IDAS has filed name In my offl. carrying out the duties of this of will of the 10:10: p. m.
t Francis Whitehair who Is pictured make up my mind den and dere relatives. ice. and him made a1>I>II'allr. for a flee and promise to serve the peo election electors In the related SouthboundLeavell
l'l tax' deed to be Issued thereon.. Saidcertificate pie to the best of on May 7. 1910. I
1 / aa everything from a cross- dat I'm gonna git me a whole Little Esther Geiger of this I embraces the following vote and support will my ability.be Your to this Important office I pledge to Starke at 2:40: ,
mess<< of Germans. an* I section described properly In the County of sincerely people of this county a safe,
a yeti octopus to a six-legged keeps spent the week-end In appieclated. sane. and 10:20: a. m., 2:20: p. m. und
As by light on a-goln, But befo long Starke Hrarifnnl State of Florida, to.wit: :3. F, Kick liter. the duties roum administration ol
Ik' porch climber. painted visiting her grandparents. NI& of NW14 A SWVi of NW Involved. Your vote and p. m.

,).; some of his", opponents he would :rowle, another bullet hit me Indo Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Geiger! t A.. in NW Cor A 2 A In BW (',./* active .UpPIJI. will be greatly all-' Westbound ,
, sic .. of NW, ex t II I 2-5 A In 8E For Coumtr Judge
make Peck's Bad Boy look like let' leg an' I don't even atop''j I, Mr. and Mrs.! E. C. Johns and PnrV 947 ft of the W innn ft of I am a cltlxen of Starke and DR. W. E. MIDDLETON.Fur \ .j'j'"reclat.d. Leaves Starke at 5.33: : P

.1'. Little Lord Fauntleroy. clen. No sub I keeps tight on'' son. Warren. of Jacksonville were NK'4' of SWVi A 'Vof SW14 A to nranford County and have qualified and 11:30 a. m.
2 A In NW-i of S\Vl' 8 of rAke A seek the office of County Judge ('.,
The situation brings to mind a after dem Germans 'till alonK usnty Superintendent
' visiting his brother and slster-ln- XV 947 ft of .St5.1of ;1WI, Sec. 13 of HradCord County, and If elected After moving hack I Eastbound
V, negro story my good friend L come another bullet nn* hit mIn liiw, Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Johns. Tp. 8 8. It. 22 K.. containing. "" 240 I by wilt the rood people of my tntt many friends. throughout the home county, my Leaves Starke at 1 5:20: p tr.
Claude Lee used to tell about the the other leg. Acres. more or leas.The cerv. theft 10 th. have. persuaded nm to
t. r'I I.rcently. assessment of the said 'my ability run for SoPerlnt.'nlent Ticket office and bus depM

r.; colored boy who returned from "\Veli boy dat was enough.; I I:I Miss Janice under the unlit certificate, prop.erty I.. DON I* HOOVER for Bradford Z'County.Public I hereby Instruction, announce '' ,Conway's Service Station ccj
Marr of
l' Francelth it flock of medals I know somebody has made a hell Hlghl.indI ueil. was In the name of II. J. my candidacy for the office Highways 13 and 48.WHITE'S .

,. stud a lot of scars. Telling his I uva mistake so I shouts: Hey:!:I spent Thursday night here with Stewart.I'nUss. said certificate I I'ae ('w Bra Html! he
, for
Miss. Effle years ago the rood people Bradford County ,suh.I .
,r friends of his exeriimce. he said : you, shoot at Homebody else--Ia I redeemed arcnrdlnir to law ,he''of Itrndford County elected me to lect to the primaries In May: 1940.

it" "How come I g'.t me all dese :'n't tie whole dam army!" I I Miss Madallne Crews of Starkeppent cold property:) In the dem-rlbed hlKtient therein bMder will al the I,. :I he ur-OIt; have' Judge served them and I: o"ra.neve I..economical I protnis*' If and eleeted businesslike' a fair honest CREAMVERMIFUGE

H here medals Is like dl,,: When dot, And the moral. if any. I suppose the week-end. here with her 'ourt houno loor on the fll'lltr"n: I ficient and satisfactory 1st rat Ion. I earnestly solicit admin

'oj. zero!: hour come I'm up ansi over Is that folks don't waste p ,ousin. Miss Vergle Gastclns. il.ir whh'h In l Is the the. .month of 'April imo, .nnd at the same time operated. manner the, vote and support your
. let day of .April l!>4u. >rice
,' ,.... de top tearln across nobody's I .imnumitlon shoo tin' at a fellow Robert Barbon of Tampa spent Puled thin 81h., ilay of Mulch.IOKFICIAT. I the tar payers.an extremely' Therefore low without cost to E. R. POPPELL.- Has long been used for I

T land a fix In' to get me a' Ger- unless they think he's sure I jthe,I week-end here at the home ofMr. I'-I' SKAT.) A..1, Thomas. I I hesitation re-election, I..hereby announce for I Fee iitBerlutendent Public i' I pelling round worms in C J

man. I only goes; about ten feet, 'nuff goln' someplace. and llrs. Robert Crawford. ,Clerk of circuit Court o' Mrsdford ask fnr vntir n.tnn County.*rf And Judge v..*, and I hereby Inntrnrtlaa (dren. Price 35c.CARFENTFjt's .
County. Florida. S-I 41 '-Z' a:. K. I announce .as a csndl.
County Judge 'date for re-election In 'the Primary : DKL'O; S T1

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STAFF! Davis To Citizens of Florida Symphony Bradford High I ;' ; ,: .
Chje1, _GByj.Jean Sewell Primary Jingles Meet Our Seniors Annual "Kid Day" '

|t.Ed..ln.hlet-. Harper and Bradford CountyDear Gave Fine ConcertAt School SpiritSchool FIRST Gn\n. NETTIE STROMAN DOWLINO To Be Observed t' '

I"' ,,Irerol.,,If,1, JFrank: Robinson Citizens of Bradford Auditorium Mon. The first grade children In MiesLi11ey'a Seniors
and Francine Fisher spirit Is something I On a cold, bleak December afternoon By Monday f 1,
ftd K.tell Austin County: room enjoyed an Easter
K, Club- Elizabeth Plummer An important and much discussed lOrchestra Plays which, sad to say this school Egg Roll and Party, Friday, from u dear little baby girl Twelfth Graders To I
hearts of Mr. 1
Kl HarleY the
BifliP1"1 Clara Margaret Mae Pearce question has arisen in I Free Of Charge ForStudents could afford to have more of. We 10:45: to 12:15.: and came Mrs.to warm S. S. Dowling. This Ibfonw "KI.U" Once Again '' t; ',

Bradford In of Bradford HighEvery I don't that this school does Miss Lilly\ teacher. I
I"0 "& *T Alta .County connection little lady with soft blue eyes and On First I"y of April

i' Vd Louleestern.Thoma., with the plans being made to In- not show any school spirit at all, brown hair christened Nettie I
'I'o"Jack niial1' Arch troduce Home' Economics I now and then something We have studied the meaningof was Monday will be a day of solid d tq}
,db. 1? )f. uaines as a really big and worth writing because it does show some. The Easter. We drew Easter pic- Stroman.
r high school subject in B. I{, S. fun and triumph for seniors of
home about occurs in this school. pupils of this school do get out tures and scenes free hand. We When she was nearly seven 't

I EDITORIALI next year.is This all-important do I But never has there been anything and yell for their athletic teams. read Easter stories and colored years old, Miss Olive Ray very Bradford High. Reason: It will ,' r ;
question : "Why
we need so completely Important or Easter pictures We made an kindly and gently Initiated her be a day when twelfth !graders ,
Home Economics in Bradford I But is that enough? No, because
I worth-while as there was last Easter parade on our blackboard into the mysteries of school life. dress MS much younger kids than
High School? Monday morning in the school cheering your athletic teams is border. All of her school days have been I
Brad- the
I students For the benefit of the they are, spend day acting ,
lISt Monday countyat ) auditorium. Until then, no full- not all that comprises school, We brought raw to school. lived in Bradford High except I
Ri School heard a type ofElcal large, we list a few reasons eggs more foolish than they usually
High fledged symphony orchestra had Mrs. M. ]0'. Brown boiled them three years which were spent in'
few of them why we should have Home Economics spirit.Well i do make lower-clansmen Nile
ever before its
I organization put inside what is school spirit?! Itis for us Friday. We then dyed the Jasper I'
in this school.In with It's the seniors) '
the green envy.
heard school
: in
r seen or or the whole Easter
before She has been
Eggs. globe
the first place this school town of Starke rather hard to dcfrne. It Is: never a day, tooth and toenall. No classesno
and ,
but for the
50-plece. and most of her
Lmphony orchestra has never had this course Included Federal Music Project under the something that you feel more I We took paper cups and pipe- trotter traveling rules, no "nhhhh. be quiet," nonothln' rY '
Cr. are all WPAEdam. than Into' stem cleaners and made our favors was done when she was too small f
of which in its curriculum, althoughit WP A. Starke would something you can put .
probably go to remember it. As little
small Easter Baskets, whichwe a girl
It will probablythe is required for the standard another hundred words. But they won't spend the whole
ADd years or so with. her greatest adventure was to go
filled with beans
of the atuti type of school vhlch we try to out ever seeing the real thing. This is one definition: school jelly day at the school house making
some to the creek and catch crawfish
time cotton chicks. At noon, we set ly
last I have. Is the belief In school.It u ";
But the Florida Symphony Orchestra spirit your and and bring them other student's eyes pop out, and )
the flesh tadpoles
| ever see one In In the second place, it Is a has, In a big way, treated Is believing that your schoolIs our library tables using colored home In tin cans. affording amusement for allnordo

well-known fact that many young Bradford's students to a beautiful the best of its kind and it is grass, chicks, rabbits eggs, and they want to. Around 9 O' '

Itocle Sam sent us free, one marriages occur in this county. wonderful concert under the I also doing all that you can to I flowers as centerpieces Her hobby I is weaving a n clock, the "kiddles" will depart t e

educational projects this Some of the young people who direction of F. Pierce Drohan. make your school come u p to I In the afternoon we had a con afghan which she hopes to finish from here en route to Kingsley
his marry are still in high school or your belief. You may be the test, pinning the rabbit in the by the time she is a little old Lake.
of a highgradellrt It filled
the form every crack and cornerof who has to sit
just out of school, or have not kind of person who only occasion Easter Egg. Little Florence gray-haired lady
But before It could be the stage, held school children in woolen shawl to There. they: act as though any
reached school. If shows school If Brown, our visitor, won the prize. wrapped a
high these ally spirit. your
I Uncle Sam had to ask spell-bound as its sense they might have once possessed
fifty members
,, At this time Mrs. Brown and keep warm. She has two very
have win
young people were trained happens to a
by Is forever swallow
which to defy
with played such classics gone ;
$25 a s : Valse decided dislikes snakes {
for they are
rke taking Home Economics, they ning athletic team, you will prob- several third grade girls hid our ; cold drinks barrel ,
by the get i
the orchestra's expenses.Kkly Triest, (Sibelius) ; Fin I a n dla and spit. balls. ;
the rescue came the would be better prepared to make (Sibelius). ably strut around and tell people Easter eggs. We then had our their shoes full of Klngnley's ;

/! to Woman's Club, homes out of their houses The about what a wonderful institution Egg hunt. When' school Is out she plans white sand (If they've any on!) ; ; f'

Lford Club High, P. T. A., theBool future marriages would begin on cut The orchestra both was late had to you attend. Then if the After the egg hunt, we came for the first year, to cook and think vaguely of poor, struggling.

five a firmer basis. short morning programs team should lose it would be an back to our room and had our keep house while her mother Inmates way buck In the good
Board; each giving This useful course teaches: It had planned to give. To be. entirely different story you party. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. : teaches. After she becomes a ole "prlson-wlthout-bara"; have

Em. cooking Sewing housekeeping, gin with, Conductor Drohan gavea might disown the school which Roberts served sandwiches and' wonderful cook and an experthousekeeper the time of their lives. t c
such experiences as' this will child brief description of each instrument once praised so highlyyouwould to she wonders If she l e
care budgeting, and many you punch our group. Last to be mentioned but !
laden a person's general educaE in the outfit, each musician the team will not have opportunities offered iy
was no good
other useful things which would say We certainly enjoyed our Easter -, the highest of the high
make life a happy giving a short tinkle blast her to these arts. among
help the school no good, practice
prove very helpful t o a young or hum on his whichever the was you party and we thank Mrs.i spots of the day, la the "grub": i ?
ng. housewife. Many of the girls seldom could have done better yourselfIf Brown for the many nice thingsshe JUANITA BAREFOOT chicken pllleau with all the trim-

what In the world would hum- get a chance to cook in their case required.To you had been out there did for us. mings.and then some.Engraved + .

1 do without music? Think. Nonay own homes because their families all who may think a good But you couldn't have.you prob- Mrs. Roberts teacher This good-looking brunette was v 1+

Goodman, no Mozart fix employ cooks. musician's face never changes ably couldn't do nearly that well. born January 13, :1922, and has, .

erbecke, Beethoven, Bach, Contrary to many persons' belief throughout a performance of several Are you this kind of student? We had an Easter Egg Hunt ; from the first grade to the sympathy acknowlKlffttment .- +

It Stacy! From Boogie-Woogle boys need this course as moods, it may be said that A "slacker" is about the best on Thursday. The fourth grade twelfth attended B. H. S. (\ *. Inexpensive. Bradford i
of beauty this Is far from true. Fine musi- such girls hid the for us. Verna County Telegraph.IN t y
Chopin it is a thing well as the girls because, after term you can apply to a eggs Rare Is the person who doesn't

lource of outlet for every form all, the boys have a half Interest cians concentrate thoroughly, butit person. Now, getting off the found the most eggs and won a have some sort of a nickname.

despair and happiness, a nec- in the home. automatically puts their faces subject of cheering athletic teams prize. After we found the eggs, Juanlta's happens to be "J. B." TUN flliri'lT' COURT+ IV .'Nn ,
tary accompaniment to every As far back as history goes, into the mood of the music. And which, as was said before !is not we came to our room and had which she acquired in 1939. *

| that ever existed. and perhaps farther back, men all member of the Florida Sym all that makes up school spirit, lunch. Our lunch was good and Like everybody, she likes some IN, rirANCKnYNOTICM

Suppose a person couldn't sing have wanted homes. There will phony are fine musicians. When though it is a part of it,-do you we enjoyed the day very much things can't stand other Someof Henry H. Thomas TO DKKKNDANT o A

len he was happy, or whistle always be homes and Home Eco they played the sad, soul-gripping do anything to Improve this Miss Middleton, teacher. the "likes": dancing Kingsley Plaintiff, I..I'*!

lile+ he worked. What a world I IIt nomics helps to train boys and VuLso Triest, by Finland's great school your school ?' Do you The following story was writ Lake, houHepartien, good shown, Mane VII-A. Thomas,

worth saying "boo" to>! Love girls to make better homes. This Sibelius, faces were grim and one suppose this school Is a better Institution ten the class after the colors yellow and blue sleepIng Defendant, t'
by having seen OB"
old ,, IN TifF NAMM OH-' TILE HTATH! p
Lid shrivel and die without Its course will also teach boys and gentleman, a Cello player for having had you attend the show presented the For- : late, skipping school, narrow Kl.OKIDA. UUEKTlNtl: : '
Islness manager music. Hate girls how to budget and make who smiled in spite of any mood It? If not, what have you Department: escapes. A few of the "dislikes": TO: !Marl A, Tliomnn, whose rnldnc 9

luld probably come t o worse the most out of their Incomes. was equally as grim when the put Into your school which has estry spinach, being "bossed around," YOU* In AUtO unknown IIKItltnV URQiriUKOIn
last quiet strains of this number given so much? By improvingthe The Pictures We Haw to th bill of complalaC p ,
you "
111 If it could not express itself We believe that if we had : conceited people, and /ROHHlpers. appear It i.
At o'clock went to ruled herein BKalnut on or he- 'n
faded out.Their school that doesn't one we over you
I way of some morbid or strong Home Economics in this school it : mean A pretty and popular girl I I for. Monday the 8lh day of April, '' "
lord instead of on somebody's would make school life more interesting expressions were happy that you must do big things, necessarily the Auditorium to nee a picture Juanita in always "In the middle I A'I.p'ul'4fl.jnTIII.m ; .!"
show on the U S. For OliniCHRn that
for the little things are
because' a good manyof completely changed, full I 1 of of everything" an active per thla nrdnr published In the Urart-
r Some music is the worst thing the students would be doing amusement when Dance of the what count usually-such as being estry Department sonality. She Is on the Journal ford County 'r"h'raP'l: an..w- .
willing to take part on a First, we saw Dutch picture. pnpnr |>iibllnh County of
I the world to listen to. That's things they like to do and which Clowns was played. Some of the I staff, and was one of the sponsors Iliadfuril.:: one each week for fourconitiiniitlv j +,
It news. The "King's English" they will be required to do in members were young men and home room program, doing your It was funny. The mice took I' for Homecoming lost Decem week. 111 "
used WITNKHH hand and official 4 d
on committee the wooden shoes and my
I't murdered half so badly as the future. If Home Economicsis women some middle-aged, a few part any you may away : ber. seal. I 1IIa Snd day of March, A. U. 4 '
in later whose fingers be appointed to. picking up paper them for boats. Juanita has sky-blue black 1040OhTKMAU.
that thing which "hath charm"ept put into this school, it will years eyes, YI'.
( H10 A I,) A. J. Thomas,
: when it Is badly produced.Could prove to be one more step toward were still masters of the situa In and about the building. There The second picture showed us hair, fair complexion, Is 4 feet Clerk Circuit Court. 3-8 4t 120Niitlcn I l tOTl'IO
tion. are these and many other small bow to for our trees. We 11 Inches In and the
the world turn without the improvement of Brad- care : : height, tips
I ways by which you can improve learned how to tell the of a scales 96 !\ .4
Drohan ago at healthy pounds. .
;phen Foster's "Oh Suzanna" ford County because the homes Director was pleasant, .
; your school. These things would i la hereby given to all 'I ,. ft
mil the air smell the same will be Improved. friendly as he talked to B. H. S. trf>e. After graduation, "J. B. is whom U may mm-arti that I have '+
ihout Aside from the other values students, business-like as he di-I come under the head of "school The third picture was about going to Stetson University. And fund my Final Arrountlntc. ant
Benny Goodman's "Sing, t
spirit, because after all being should will on the 16lh day of April "40. ,
IB, Sing Sing,"; could every- received from this course, there rected floating violins pounding forest fires and why we If she remains as Intelligent as apply lion II. K. t'..rrymun. County. 1 +
filled with the spirit of improvement them. We learned that .ho Is she'll In Judas, for Klnnl Discharge. Ad-
Insistent prevent now, progress aft
for the drums
be would be trumpets
dy all right without Bach'sir a money profit
mlnlxl., rulrlx of he '
of your school is one defi-(I anl- e.tate of Hyd-
+ For the O String"; 'would county. The Home Economics voiced cellos, m e 1 II 1 o w v o Iced forest fires destroy trees grand style! ney II J)o<1il. de'sa..d.I.Illian l.
nition of school spirit. mails birds and even the fish. -.---- --- Dodd 4'r' ? ,
May Adm'x.
erica be Itself minus Its faint teacher who is required to be flutes, the "b8>ls fiddle, and all
It student. In B. H. S. Let's forest fires 3-15 U 4.9Rcaelect
musical namesake especially trained, must receive the beautifully toned Instruments every help prevent You should be able to win him!
merlca"? $1.000 minimum annual salary included In a standard symphony would show a little more school Mrs. RItch teacher. 'Wonder why Jo Ella Is so c
this school would be whatwe I : '
And what would happen to the Now here is the way the countycan orchestra. spirit like, to think it Is-the best SECOND: GRADE NEWS: happy those days Could you U. S. Senator ,

ythm which people express byy profit: The state pays the Truly marvelous was the sym- of its kind around here! We hud a nice Easter Egg Hunt I really mean "It Makes No Difference -v
of music? Without music county $800 per teacher unit; the phony's performance. It cannotbe Friday afternoon Mrs Nelson Now ?" Why doe s n.t "

at would be done with thatof Federal government pays $500. praised too highly for its Green, Harry's mother, furnished I somebody tell me these things ;!
totals $1,000 sub- Mammy Sez Now Sarah! Why were ask i., ;
timing that is, to some which 1300. splendid show, and Bradford'sstudents our refreshments pretty Easter you .
;ree, In every human? tracted from $1,300 is $300; I cannot be too thankful cake and chocolate milk. Prizes ing who went with that 'certain :- : '
therefore after the debts of the I they had the chance to hear it; Mammy wants to gib a whole were given to James Nelson and one?" You have n chance yet. .' '.\ t I f r < '

'at But after all, why worry about first year are cleared up, there they cannot be too grentful for bale ob cotton to all done girls I Charles Hardenbrook for finding So, Myrtice, that tall, dark, "\ t ',

exist would happen if. Music Will be a profit to Bradford I the contributions which made it who looked so pretty on Easter the most eggs. We enjoyed the and-you-know-the-rest boy has } '<"i \' .

ve It to, in a big way. We County of $300 each year that possible for them to stop here: Sunday. party very much and! surely do made another visit! 7 ,! !'
live ,
laugh, sing and'e we have Home Economics. Rotary Club; Woman's Club I ; Monday's "Kid Day" (or shouldwe thank Mrs. Green for it. Douglas, have you fallen again ? ,:.' ,, ,I

*atb by-to.cry, worry wonder and There are many more ways by Bradford High; School Board; I say Fool's Day), but anyhow Alyce Ann Mills won the prize Little carrot-top i Is u "ladles' 'I', 1 "',. '

lye l It can cause trouble, which we will benefit from this P.-T. A.Ramblin'. foolin' or no foolin' de seniors am for having the most stars in man"! CHARLES 0. ANDREWS '. 'I I /

problems make life foggier course but we believe we have ,, gonna hab a good time. reading for last month. So long, folks ; i -HI.I ;

"innler: Bhrams'For Hungarian making Dance lifey listed enough ways to prove that 'RoundI I hear dat 4 popular high school I Miss Hogscd, teacher. Peeper (raid political advertisement ,; J .: ,;/:

we do need Home Economics in I' girls made sandwiches and cakes "I ',
:5 i (Classical), or "The Little I TIIIKU ORAIIR I !
t Fox" this school. think a good time was "had Saturday and were going to '

"omy mood(Popular: Chopin's). For Prelude a Respectfully yours, by all" this week-end. i iDldn.t spend de day at de lake-a n d What a delightful time we had II BOREE FUNERAL HOME l l'j 1 r

t, op. 28 (Classical), or W. C. B. H. S. Students. Loral look sweet Sunday then something awful happeneddey on our Easter picnic! We went Full line of Caskrte A Undertaken Supplies 1' I I :.

lly's "St. Louis Blues" (Pop- ? She always does, though.We couldn't get a ride out for a walk Into the wood and AMBULANCE! SERVICE! ,

>r; Jazz). Whatta You Know? hear that she's leaving for dere.Am found the beautiful colored eggs DAY AND NIGHT I r "'

i Jean Davis. Georgia the latter part of April; it true dat de graduation that had been hidden. m-piioNK-m f i I '

Grace Dew is still "that way" we'll miss her so! exercises am gwlne to be held on Afterwards, we sat down and O. II. BENNETT, Mjrr. ', )

Elementary about Jacksonville was here Patsy, Dorothy Ida Lee and de Athletic Field? Well, here's ate our picnic lunch of sand "A HOME-LIKE : ,

Echoes at B. H. S. last Monday-hand Margie look so cute wearing hopln' for gobs of good weather. wiches, saltines, pickles and INSTITUTION"I ( I

FOntTIi' some Tommy RItch! their dresses alike.Garland's "J. B." shoo nuff did look blue drinks. I

We have GRADE NEWS Cleone took a day off and went dance was fun, all last week. I wonders why We played games about an "
e Mountaineers finished the Swltzerlud.study of fishing. Good for her. Little, wasn't It Rivers? Enos, J. E., Mike, ''L. A. and hour and then returned to our ::1 ,

little girl who of lives there is Clara Mae has that faraway look Helen and Carolyn were in Sonny Haynes seemed to be having school. Each of us declared It N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. J \; ,',

"r. Her in her eyes.Marian Gainesville the other day. Joy, a de-lovely time de other day. had been a perfect picnic. .

country name|Is i ir la beautiful.Gretchen. was with Gene Friday I Joy! I Boy-oh-boy-dat Nina Bishopam Mrs. Biggs, teacher. FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS '_ I '

Our very night. / I Who Is Marie's new heartthrob de tops for fun and good rhone 74 STAKKE FLORIDA '

las teacher read "The Little Ralph has a new flirtation witha i ? He's another tall, dark sports. Snoop 'N PeepIf t", 'A. "

Wood Carver" to us. We State Farm beauty. I :
td the etc. And didn't Mammy Bee Dot .. t s1 :
book very much. Margaret was seen riding with I Gayle was seen !In Jacksonville I and Dat Vernon (Pepsi-Cola) and the world keeps on turning, ,

John> WlUlams has quit school. a U. of F. boy. How she does modeling In that lovely white i a few more habln a bang-up good and I'm sure It will, then we'll FUNERAL DIRECTOR :') : )'r I '

emiRs him. We hope that rate! I dress. time dancin' one nlte las week ? hear a small bit of gossip! My Many Years Experience> Make It I'o*.lbl0 for Me to Render >{. t I '

'Rlgdon Marlon Crews and Irene's new Ford is a honey. If you want to be in style you 11 : I sho' did! 'Just heard Manse has a secret EFFICIENT, 1'ltOMPT and COURTEOUS 8EKV1CEMODEIIATB i

*Ole Lee McDaniel will soon be We see her driving on Main Drag have to get some "Jumping bugs." I De Freshmen sponsored a show Ask Carl. He can give you PRICES c't: 1 1DeWI1T
with us. quite a lot. Ask Billy J. about them. all the low-down! Was he from '
Oh! I c'
'at de local Ritz last week. C. JONES : : '
Miss Did know the tennis court was the happiest little Lawtey '
Odessa '
Edwards, teacher you But dat Richard Greene has got Starke Florida :
Claud Johns reporter. was built for another purpose be- girl Sunday night. I know why : what it takes, and how! Seniors! Seniors! Seniors! Don'tbe ; :

sides to play tennis on? Ask too/ so Impatient! April :tat will
Now 81XTII GRADE NEWS: Judy McRae. We're so glad to have Buddy, Almost time for de seniors An- soon be here. It's next Monday.Do !S3See& '''''' ''''' -- ''' 1 '

'e that spring Is here we Lizzy Plummer gettln better Junior A., Jimmy, and Johnny nuals to be out. Ole Mammy can you have all those short pants, '
drawn many pretty pic- now.. The little whoop-whoop back. It seems like old times to hardly wait to see 'em! dresses, and candid cameras all THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS' ,

of spring. We have also kinda "got her down." see them. I A breeze came breezln' alongde set? will come to your home every day through r
reports on birds of is welcome back can't wait for other day dat dere is gonnabe little
many Alene Austin The seniors just Sappo, that's the cutest
We have had many pretty to school. We've missed her the big event: "Kid Day." The a houseparty In de near future. song you sing In home room. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR I IAn

vera this week L. H. Harper with a grin' on 1 Juniors will be kinda glad too- Oh-my lands Was It-."She Really Meant It" ? International Dotty JVrtxtpaprr
$t It record for you the world' .'lean. ontrnetl doings Th. Monitor t I
hope that Herbert Crews his face all the time- ays he's getting to sit in the seniors 'Wonder why Francine carry I've forgotten the rest. doe not exploit crime or eeniatlon: n.lthn doe* II Ignore them, ',
111000 be back. glad school is almost aver. places. her knitting every place she goes? Ask Juanlta M. why she was bat deal. correctlrtlr' with teem, ruturee for ....., men and all to. ,t4

Mills Kennedy, teacher. Betty G. had n bh.thd.v. Cor- Have you seen Ralph's "shad.ow" Now Francine, de company can't BO happy Monday. Could the lemur Includln. the Weekly ....w... Section. .... ? ., 4
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IdUgene Nettles honeY. "It's" darling Isn't it, be dat boring, can it? from Springs be Included
and Wanda gratulations to you ? visitor High The ChrUtltn Selene PuhlUhln' Society, ,t
Pearce reporters. Muriel Hall and Sam have: n girls?! Too bad he Isn't older. Wid a bit of tweet, tweet, I'll ? I'm asking you! One, Norway 8".." Boston Muaachuiett "r 4 i 1 t
she's he's Billy Gra- hate" Piece enter my lubeertptloa. to The Chrlatlan science Monitor dog t "t
3m. time- was
nice interesting: case Give him sign off till next week. Jenelle, your "pet a oerlod of ..1
\1r.\TJ 9 'WR- cute! ham's cousin. Yours truly green trucks! Now your weakness fynrlllM tool month *l 04 t month. MOO 1 ttsue l Otturday ) S
Cryi08i. .. IMUC, M*...aD. ...lwn. I f.or 11 00. \ at* d
ough invitations, ordered Who was. Billy D. s ":n with I'll be seeing you, Mammy. seems to be green trucks. w Ia

" t h Bradford County Friday lIght? -Rose. Why so blue Manse? You saw "-me.____ ".___H' n

4DSph. a: rived a t starke'aMonday Jo Ella had the swellest time All legal blanks promissory Sanford even If you did lose LaCrosse Addree ..... .. a ad
dating. have a girl! --- --
that be does t -- ;;; ;;-;;;;; ,
I Office I a s t. "that" afternoon? ? about Lawtey? note. retain title note<< carried Cheer up once

>cuve Th are unusually at- Helen was blue 'cause she I Arch, Is It true. In stock: by the Bradford County. "J. B." congratulations to you. J

otty;; are 0t fine style and couldn't go to the graduation.We I Bye -Joe. Telegraph. Your yellow outfit Is all the stuff! .-- -. --- -- .

heard ft said by Leland I I
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2 will/ be entertained by Mrs J campaign cards will be more at- But the climax was unintentionally 69 CANDi-- S C

SOCIETY and CLUBS H. Hundley at her homa at the tractive than some I've seen go- capped by little Markie IN COUNTY CONTESTS \

State Farm. Mrs. P. E. Canova, Ing the rounds so far this sea- Brown Taking some political I

.--- -- --- -_ __ -, o _._________.-----.----- .- -. _._ -- Sr., will entertain members of son I often wonder why windshield stickers to school one' (Continued from page
Seymour-Williams Mrs. W. E. Murphree I I Children's Division Circle No. 3 at her home on more women don't run for pub- day recently, he generously offered can and E. W. Hayes

North Walnut Street. lic office? Must be because them to his teacher, saying bent A Z, .73,
Wedding AnnouncedMr. Honored At RehearsalMrs. I Has Easter Egg Hunts Circle No. 4 will meet Monday they can't bear the thought of "Here. Take some of these. All date Adkins not ""H]

night at 7:30 o'clock at the homeof throwin' a perfectly good hat Intoa you have to do la wet on 'em and For
and Mrs. Nat Williams announce L. A. Canova, director of Monday'afternoon, when the Democratic Stan
Mrs. E. L. Biggs on Walnut dirty old ring stick 'em on your automobile! tlve E:*tt1
the marriage 0 f their! the Women's Chorus of the, children of Washington, D. C Committeewoman: MM J
annual Easter Street. Almost got into trouble las' Estelle Black and son, Jimmy, F. Demorest. Incumbent, ,8
daughter Sarah Elizabeth, to Starke Woman's Club, enter- were having their M,
James Douglas Seymour of Valdosta -! tained members Tuesday eveningat egg rolling on the White House week by singling out a special of Macclenny vlsltin' here for a D. Wainwright, Sr.. no, a j;
W. S. C. S. To Meet c
azalea bush for honors few days Estella came over
Ga., son of John Monroe her home, honoring Mrs W. E.: grounds, a number of Starke date.For
Seymour of Starke, on April 16,' Murphree, who with Dr. Mur- children who belong to various Seems there are any number of to keep house for Pop Kendrick Congressional OeraocrJ
The two circles of the Woman'sSociety mentionable specimens, and they while Mrs. K. was spend in' a few Executive '
1939 In Gainesville. f phree, will leave soon to make Sunday schools were having Eas- Committeeman
of Christian Service of: have all been brought to at- In St. Petersburg with au
Mrs. Seymour, an attractive! their home in Gainesville. ter egg hunt and picnic lunches. my days I Congressional Democratic ]:
the Methodist Church will meet tention, individually and collectively daughter Elizabeth live F.x4CI!
+ Mrs. L. C. Miss OliveR Committeewoman
blonde, graduated from the Arrangements of petunias and Ray : Sot i
Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock But I'll stick to
ford County High I School and, wild azalea were used In decorat- y, and Miss Amelia Ray'sclaasea with my Don't let me ever hear anybody qualified).
Circle No. 1 will meet
met home of Mrs.J. guns The one I named bad that Gerald Middleton doesn't For District Republican
at the
Rudemar Schoolin say
from the Beauty ing the living room and music Mrs., A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. E. L. Inch Ex
Jacksonville, W. White, where they played more blossoms per square return books .. He recently tlve Committeeman, Precise-Til:
room where the guests were en-
William at the home of Mrs Ad-
it! |
and I'll
bet on ,
Mr.. Seymour received his education tertained. games on the lawn, hunted eggs, I money gave "The Four Horsemen of the Ben Faulkner..
klns. Circle No. 2 will be entertained -
bountiful Have never Been the wistaria in back to Chas. Darby For Congressional
from the University 0 f and enjoyed a picnic Apocalypse" RepubH
the i Mrs. D E. and '
Following regular weekly by Knight
such full bloom at the
as Mag-
Montana at Missoula and from lunch. Hazel Fields found the Course he DID borrow it in Executive Committeewoman--
rehearsal, a delightful social hour Mrs. Titus Olson at the home of nolia Hotel, Mrs. S. L. Peek's, y n
W B.
the University 0 f Florida at largest number of eggs In her 1920, but what's a couple of decades Parks
was enjoyed at which time Mrs. the former on Madison Avenue. the Abe Bessent's the
Gainesville.. At present he U group and was given a toy bunny In the life of a book? For State Republican a:,,
Canova served refreshments f
Frazee's .
and Mrs.
connected with the International rabbit; Ruby Green was the I Birthday greetings to J. B. tlve Committeeman: w
Correspondence School of Scranton strawberry sundae and cake. lucky finder in her group and 11 ASPIRE FOR FLORIDA 'Sbeautlful Carlisle (29th) Mrs. J, B. Parks. "I

_ Pa, with headquarters in Mrs. Murphree was presentedwith was rewarded with a toy chicken; GOVERNORSHIPContinued Return pf the Native: Nat Carlisle (31st) (Quite a coincidence For State Republican ExecutJ
beautiful of
a piece pottery,
Valdoata, where he and his bride a gift of rememberance, and Mrs. while in the youngest group ( from page one) Turnbull, whose family lived here being so close, n'est ce Committeewoman: China FiiA!'
_ I: will make their home. Nancy Knight discovered the a few years ago, was stampingover pas?) Georgia Haynes ner.
H. B, McLendon of Orlando
Mr. and Mrs Seymour have out-of-town and former, an largest number of eggs and was F. Sikes of Crestview and O old ground last Friday t ((31st) Mrs. T. J. Griffin

many friends here who will learn guest also given a yellow "biddle." Pierce Wood of Quincy. He's been with Senator Andrewsin (Apr. l member of the Chorus
>V with interest of their marriage. linen handkerchief. Mrs. E, K. Perryman, super- Neither member of the national Washington ever since the latter's (Apr. 3rd) Bride; "I would like to -,

Members of the chorus are: 1st intendent of the children's division Democratic executive committee election, and is now accom- Well, to long, folks Don't an account at this bank,, pleaT

'. Mrs. II. L. Brownlee of the Methodist church panying the Orlandoan on his kick any paper bags Monday Teller: "We shall be very jjl
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs.
soprano from Florida re-election.
school, entertained the classes sought campaign tour 'of Florida Remember it's April Fool! to accommodate you. VITn'I
S. S. Class R. J. Davis Mrs. L. A, Shep- :
: Entertains
taught by Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. Candidates for the post which Cert'nly good, to see Nat again -Carolyn, amount do you wish to deposit !
If herd, and Miss Clyde I Nelle
Pearl Simpson, and Miss Madge Harry H. Wells of Tallahassee Bride (smiling): "Oh, I tteil
Mrs. H. I* Brownlee enter- Thomas; 2nd soprano, Mrs. W. I !
Whigham. This annual Easter Affable Arch Thomas New Arrival a regular charge account J
'tamed members of her Sunday E. Murphree, Miss Elevlyn Stump, will leave are Allie Bayard Angle, our gen- such
egg hunt given by Mrs. Ferryman ial clerk of the court, In the bar- I have at the department atorttF
1 School Class with an Easter Egg Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Miss Jean I Tampa; W. J. Bivins, Tampa; I
I was greatly enjoyed by the ber shop Tuesday mornin' get- Mr and Mrs. T K McClane, -Wall Street Journal.
afternoon March Davis alto Mrs D. E.
hunt Wednesday ; Knight, Paul A. Brown West Palm Beach
little who played on the his Jr., are the
people ting quadrennial workout announcing arrivalof
r 20, from three until five o'clockat Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr a. N. D. Joe M. Carbera, Key West; Lee
lawn. It's sortava long story, but p'raps a.son, James Donald, on OLD
her home on Cherry Street. Wainwright, Jr., and Mrs. S. P. Colvin, Pensacola; R. Hermanman FURNITURE MADE
be Int'rested Thursday, March 21 In the
Seems Ala-
you'll ,
The young folk were entertained Vandlviere.! Mrs. E M. Davis Is Jarman, Pensacola; John E. LIKE NEW|
on the lawn and at the the accompanist. Birthday AnniversariesMr. Mathews Jacksonville that whta Arch was first elected, chua County Hospital In Gaines
1y ''conclusion of the egg hunt Patsy ; Perry a couple of terms ago, he felt so ville. Mrs. McClane, prior to L w;t "
y with and Mrs. L. S. Hutto were Nail, Palatka DwIght L. Rogers, good he went in the barber shop her marriage, was Miss Wilma Price .
;Ruth Hall was presented an Thomas Telfair
Long Jr. Fort
: Lauderdale Sims Pen-
Byrd ,
hosts at a family dinner party and told Bill Mundy to give him Duke of Gainesville. .On AH
filled with
Easter brightly Christened Easter SundayA Banter Sunday at which time sacola; Bill, Shayne, Miami; T. G. "the1': works"-everythlng from RorkAT
colored aa her reward for
eggs Futch and Sam Poor
finding the largest number. they celebrated, Mrs. Hutto's Leesburg; ,, shave to shearing, and all stopsIn CARD OF THANKS

Betty Ann Flynn found the beautiful and impressive ser- i fifty-eighth and their son Oliver's Jacksonville. between He promised to It is often said that nothing }'REJ).

.."prize egg" and was also presented vice was witnessed Sunday morn- twenty-second birthday anniver Seeking the job now held by do the same thing every four reveals the depth of one's friend- KRICKSHOSPITAL

with an appropriate gift. Ing at the Methodist Church saries. Hortense K. Wells of Tampa are years, jus' as often as he was re- ships; or the loyalty of relatives FURNITURE,

li Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot assisted when Thomas Telfair Long Jr., Those present to enjoy the Mrs. Nell Alford of Jacksonville, elected He remembered his like death. In our recent be-
son of Mr. and Mrs T. T. Long, Enid Broward Hardee of Jacksonville
event with Mr and Mrs. Hutto -
''Mrs.: Brownlee In serving home promise even though he had no reavement it was comforting, en-
was christened by the pastor, the 'were: Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall and Polly Rose of St. '
made cookies and punch to the opposition in 1936, and when the couraging, and Inspiring, to suddenly -
IN following guests: Peggy Ann Rev. Frank Robinson. and daughter, Sharon; Tillman Petersburg. deadline for qualifying passed by find so many true and loyal HERE'S TO r tI

Wiggins Nancy Lightfoot, Audrey Standing at the chancel with and Gamita Hutto; Oliver Huttoof Before the deadline 1S9 can- Saturday night with .no opponent relatives at our side offering kind THEIR HEALTH I y

t'' Moore, Beatrice Bennett, the baby during the service were Tallahassee; Miss Edna Huttoof didates had qualified for the 18- again Arch celebrated Tuesdaywith words of sympathy and condo- I. M.HSAITHV

Betty Ann Flynn, Madge Brown his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Long, Alachua; and Miss Carolyn member Democratic convention all the extras .. lence and unhesitating assistance.
and his god-father and god- Hutto of Columbia S. Perfume I* used a* an aid ti|
lee, Betty Powell, Patsy Ruth C. delegation, including 95 men from The lollypop set has been crack- In the floral expressionssilenttribute
mother, Mr; and Mrs D. P. Carpenter digestion in Oriental
Hall, Idell Landrum, Joan Dink- the state-at-large, 11 women from : Ing exceptionally wise lately and to our loved 0 n e-we many wa-

Ins, Pitner Vandlviere, Van and Baptist Circle Meetings the state-at-large, eight from the even though I have a particular found peace. May we offer our tries. After eating, the pre\*

\' ,Dan Priest Charles Lawson and i Quantities of pink azaleas and first congressional district, 10 aversion to bright sayings I can't humble thanks? rest Inhaling their favorite area

; Johnny Garner. dogwood, artistically arranged In Circles of the Baptist Woman's from the third, 16 from the fourth help but take note of a few Mrs. .A. A'' Durden and Family. OUR fine MILK i is. the fatorik
,IX,' floor baskets, were used in deco- Missionary Society will meet and 9 from the fifth. Little Jeannette McLendon must with families desiring real<< m&lftattafnction.

Ii' All legal blanks, promissory rating the Church for this Impressive Monday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock. have been listening in on some BELCHING IS NO FUN Its richness remain I

I H totes. retain title notes, carriedla I service. Circle No. 1, will meet' with Engraved sympathy acknowl of those Impressive radio specie Belching is disagreeable and even after the cream ha bra I

+ stock by the Bradford County Mrs. C. A. Knight at her borne I edgements.- Inexpensive.Brad- plugging this, that and the other often embarrassing. If you takea skimmed from the top-Its fort I

>, ,Telegraph. I I U. D. C. Will Meet on West Call Street Circle No. ford County Telegraph. product She refused to doze spoonful of Bisma-Rex' in a value In unsurpassed. Proie k|
JL- for yourself-J tut phone for X n-|
1 off the other afternoon at her glass of water after meals you
The W. T. Weeks
t I, r Chapter usual napping time "Why can expel stomach gas quickly. vice.
the United
Daughters of the Confederacy
don't you go to sleep?" her Bisma-Rex acts four ways to relieve -
HOLLAND will meet Wednesday Carolyn CallstreetShe's mother Inquired "I don't acid-indigestion. Go to the
If afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the know BUILDERS
the four-year-old replied. Rexall Drug Store and ask for

h* FOR GOVERNOR ,,home of Mrs. E. K. Perryman, "I guess I ,must have coffee BismaRexdoses( for 50c Supreme Milk & Cream
with .Mrs. L. A. Rennolds and
Attend nerves!" Carpenter's Drug Store in Starke. Phone 174 -
Crazy ,An Egg Pipping Deliver]
Mrs. O. L. Haynes as co-hostesses. ,. ,
The straightest and cleanest
"Easter time Is the time tor kibitzers Hated to miss it

Tea This AfternoonThe eggs, and the time for eggs is after Lieut. Long was kind i
a man In the legislature I
__ 1' Intermediate the Easter time" Rememberthe enough to invite us, but I sup-

John Kilgore In TALLA- of the Department looney little tuney everybodywas pose those big, husky guards
Epworth League Is
sponsoring chantin' this time las' year? just can't help being bashful .
a silver tea this afternoon Well. It's been runnln. thru Unnerstand they rated "excellent"on
at 3:30: o'clock In the Woman's
my head for the past two weeks, everything, however .' So
1 Club
building. Everybody is urgedto and I'm sorry I mentioned it, all is forgiven .

attend. 'cause it'll probably get you FORA
Personal nomination for the WSZKI
started off again, now most attractive couple I nth e

FOR FKOVKN: ANILITY AND KKSI'I/TS: But never have I seen so many Easter Parade (Am I stickingmy

eggs, and the kiddies seemed to neck out t \) : Little Sandra

VOTE FOIL enjoy every minute of it Jus' Johns In red coat and hat to

an orgy of bunnies, biddies, and match, strolling down the street
E. B. DONNELL baskets Ah, would'st that I with her grandfather Redgrave

h OF WEST PALM IIEACII could be a child again and hunt The Citadel boys looked BIRDS EYE
Y eggs'with all the vigor and en- grand in their all-white uniforms:

Candidate For thusiasm that the F. B. I. reserves %; How in the world do they

for yeggs I like the keep 'em that way-don't they .

Attorney General easy new way of dyeing 'em have any spots at the Citadel?

Jus' a few bits of colored wax In In fact the hull dern town
t .
OF FLORIDA hot water and vinegar, dip the I was on dress parade, chilly FOODS

+; A. MMOKOUUM KNOWLEDGE OF TilE OFFICE HK SEEKS!: egg in, and presto! It comes I weather to the contrary notwithstanding -

e Pnlil Pnlltlrnl A.1v.. iHumPMt out as profusely painted as a /

paisley print "Tuxedo Junction" (Erskine ffuztf&u need At SEIAme/

,tyrnl And while we're on the sub- Hawkins version) has the local

TAKE ject, I'm dying of curiosity to bugs jittering overtime If
,I ADVANTAGE OF YOUR NEW attend one of these "egg pip- you never felt that way, you will
((71 ITEMS
pings" I've been reading about in as soon as you hear it )

;I ELECTRIC RATESee the Telegraph's correspondenceitems 'Sanother boy for the T K.

I had one of my McClane's Congratulations! /
Latest Model of Kitchen Appliances on display stooges out all day' Tuesday trying > Mother and son both doing WITH THE NEW / / / r./ ,-

next to Ritz Theatre atUAHKESDAI..E'S to find out just what goes on fine Unnerstand that Tick
at a pipping, which I gatheredwas (the baby's predecessor) kinda /

t READY-TO-WEAR some sort of social function leaned toward a little sister, and

You are invited to inspect the new NORGE ELECTRIC After hours of research our had already picked out a name 'F/
efficient tax assessor, E. W. -Modena Matthews! Where'd PH I LCO

STOVES and the DETROIT JEWELL GAS STOVES Hayes, came to the rescue he get It 7 Nobody knows .

An egg pipping, he says is a But at least It's euphonious .
on display at this address party where the guests come well Eh; what? /1

fortified with a flock of hard- It happened at the lake last

Gas Products Co. Inc boiled eggs and proceed to "pip," Sunday afternoon .'. 'Twas quite / _
Gainesville Fla.
i. e.-Each holds an egg in one windy, but the A. F. Sauls ven- r =_

hand and taps the small end of tured out for a stroll on one of i

.. It gently against another egg held the numerous piers .with Patented CONSERVADOR
All of
=...- .., I a ..
e I 111..All. "'!!"!"!!.g- "-IIMNIY1WInIXXN41AlIAlAINAIMYI1xNIId11411NXIMIIIXNIWpry.NIA'' '!! !'!!!!!!!'!!!!!!!'!!!!!!' !!'' I.. '''' ,"" by nomeone else until
IIAwrm. .IIAIn114mIXIIA.XMIIIIIAIIIJ411M1YIIIY11WIIIIINIIW11111U101. '.!IMIIAlIa11AIN11111a41Y41114W41111W1114X4111MIIXIX4!!.! MIIMIIIN411AlIIX11114111I4XlflIa14MNIWI!!! !!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!! !! '!!!IIIAINtIIIIIW141IXI11NI11111!! I !!!! a shell Is sudden-phoof!-off went their .
NWIIlYW41Y4YPoI11MIIMl' cracked The one with the new Easter bonnets '
In a great plus Moist and Cold I
Dry Frozen
1 I It unharmed egg is awarded the 'big gust of wind Mr. Sauls ,

cracked specimen as a prize, and had to wade In after 'em, and tot
U the popping? goes on until all the WAS the water cold! Only PHI LCO has ill I The old-fashioned

eggs in the crowd are in the In the Mallbag-nuddtng a s freezing unit that took up space in the center
6 hands of two or three expert pip- But I received w a'' of the
e my severest crit- gV refrigerator is replaced by the
pers If they are bigheartedthey icism to date last week Ran ; + V new PHI I LCO streamlined Advanced

:g ".I might share their spoils something like this: "I used to A Design.
a with
ice -
i with other separate cube and giantslxe
members of the
party enjoy reading C. C., but not any- .
; when it comes time to eat more. There's something lack- -; r frozen food compartments 1 Thrill-

J Sounds like a pipping good time, Ing, and that ,!,. N ingly different. .with greater convenience
______ _ _ birthday business -
: eh folks? How's about drop- Is the bunk!" ., Whew! But 1 'M than you ever dreamed possible. AndCONSERVADOR..exclusive..patented

!r 4.I': : ping around some night and let's can take It, I HOPE That t': '

,' I II pip a few crack about something being : ...with 26% more quickly usable space pi"

My informer says that Mr. LACKING, though Hmmmm
i dry, moist and frozen food !
I Hayes got to compartments
1. reminiscing and told I wonder WHERE they
.l ; about the time he went to a party meant? That could be taken A new kind of a refrigerator. nothing else

I tl and out-pipped the whole ki- as an awful dirty dig! Oh I like it on the market and now with a

y, d :: boodle lie found a small well the bouquets have been special introductory offer that gives you

egg that was exceptionally sharp mighty sweet, so why should I DINNERS FOR A WEEK. FREE! See

DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH r i pointed, boiled it In brine (to get upset over my first brickbat the new PHILCO Refrigerator TODAY...
toughen the shell), and did
he corsage? j
OPTOM ETHIC EYE SPECIALIST go to town! Had practically Who said women can't keep a ; take advantage of this special opportunity.

every egg at the party In no secret? Alice Anderson sho ll1ift4

_ Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy time at all surprised me by announcing her-

.' Some of us gals planned to self a candidate, for of Only
supe. reg. C.
Every'Wednesday 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. attend Federal Army Inspection -And now that Alice has broken H. NASWORTHY
the Armory last Friday night, the Ice, I look forward to more 14
? "1 / aM.11MInM11 PAAA/AIIaIAIIAIMp11AMIAAM1AlIWINAaAMWG1111A1ANMYA111YXIWIA A1.IYMIYAyR11AMppM1.41AXIINAIMnM.AMWIAN1AMMi.AAAMIAlI111XI nMM.NMInNIANNaAIWIIl4XIIXAXAl1aXNNMIIM X1IMIXAIXnM/IMnI wlnlYnuNlXlnn111eniXw4iNn, .YIN) but the boys did a good job of ladles in the field four years from *" Starke Florida
alinnaFJ discouraging the ,
would-be female now At least the pictures on -

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:::: of LOCAL Mrs. J. C. Mills has returnedto Mrs. Mae Dickens, who has Mrs. W B. Wlndermeedle and Mrs. G.. H. Bennett and Mr. I,, \s

F\\ r BITS NEWSP I her home in Rutherford, N. C.,I spent some time here as the guestof children, Alleen> and Charlecn. and Mrs. Stanley Bennett accompanied t j

after spending the winter herewith Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall and and Mrs James Shaw of Jacksonville '
-- ---- ----- -- by Mr. and Mrs.
her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. W F. Barefoot, "
smith was a business Mis. Barbara Conway of Jacksonville O. P. Hutto has returned to the Rev. and Mrs. Frank left Wednesday for a few days' Mrs. Eunice Windermeedle and Randolph Boree of Jacksonville, 'I": i'i'i' i

It vVaycross, Ga., Tues" is the guest of her sis- Tallahassee after spending a few Robinson.Mrs. visit In Jacksonville before returning Mrs. Marie Kelly of Sandersonwere attended> the funeral services of : '

111, I to ter, Mrs. E. M. Thomas. days here with his parents. Mr. to her home In Chester> guests Monday afternoon of J. R. Borum in Macon Ga? Tues ,!i ti

_--__ and Mrs L. S. Hutto. C. S. Lindsay returned S. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. day. ': I
r Sternberg and fin Tom Ritch of Jacksonville spent Friday to her home In Winston- C.Mr. L. J. Green. I

P.I L\I1lan\ spent Tuesday the week-end here with his Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. A. H. Salem N. C., after upending several and Mrs. Artford Brown ..
I> Itowe mother, Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Green, Elsie Green, and Freddie weeks here with her brother Mr and Mrs. Al Manassa and Mr. and Mrs. T. If. Slade and FRESH FISH ,
Id, ivilla Wimberly were visiting friendsIn and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.D. George Manassa, accompanied by children. Tommie and Joan of At All Time "1: :

H. Nasworthy Friends of Mrs. Albert Williams Lake Butler Sunday.Mrs. p Carpenter> Theodore Hardin of Waldo, attended )
C. Baxley. Ga. the week-end
I spent SHRIMP r
and in will to learn of her the basketball tournamentIn
Brunswick, Ga., regret
IIu '
II't Sundayrelatives. serious illness at her home. W. Orlando Friday. Geo. Manassa here with Mrs. Slade's brothers- !'
M. Wimberly and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mra OYSTERS I
[ and Mr. Hardin in the in-law
and Mr.
\ played Bisters and Mrs.
daughter L.
Freddie M re Sam A. Davis attended the birth- "f''
''U -Gilbert of Macclenny was Henry Manassa of Eustis spent Anderson and son, Lyle, spent day party of the Annie Perdue tournament.Mlsa T. T Long and Mr. and Mrs. D. Kat: More Son .t), 1

Jtk-end of Mr. and the week-end here with his i Thursday In Jacksonville. Sebring Chapter of the United P. Carpenter. Mrs. Hlade and Food for Health
Ida Hagan of Theressa. ;
mother, Mrs. P. H. Manassa. Daughters of the Confederacy In MAGNOLIA :
children remained' for
a longer
1 Edward Burns. who hall been seriously 111 for FISH MABKMT
Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Wednesday I
B. Jacobs visit.
spent some time, has recovered sufficiently ,
Mr. and Mra. Frank W. Lee Sunday In Jacksonville with their
G Charles to be able to attend a
Warren .11
.i. p In and son, Billy, of Lake Butler son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mr. and Mra.. John Marshal II. : ,
.In business visitors meeting here Wednesday after- 1l
were here Mrs. have returned to their home in "
were visitors Sunday after Clarence Nussbaum. noon of the County Democratic I l :
Tuesday '
lassee Brookvllle Ohio for the :
noon. summer '
Executive Committee, of which I
e of Mont- Mrs Eldridge Smith, accompanied months. Their house on Lafayette she Is a member. J
8. p. Vandlvlere Friends of Mrs. Mattie Strick by Mrs. F. W. Varnedoeof Street has been rented to iR1fl1 "
'11> Lr Ala., spent the land will regret to learn of her Palatka, spent Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkins. Friends of Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson
his family lllnesa at the home of G. B. Good-
,o'lit Wednesday in Jacksonville.Mr. will be glad to learn that she
Jack Williams man. Mrs. C. S. McCornack of St. returned to her home here Sun- '"
and Mrs. Charles, 111., and Mrs. L. E. Deu-
Hawthorne withqIiams' and Mrs. James Seymourof day after being ill for ten daysIn "
Sunday in Joe Klepper of New York City don of 111. arrived here
Valdosta. Ga., were week-end Elgin the Glendale Hospital at Pa. Do Your Trading "
) parents. spent the week-end here as the and will remain for ,
Tuesday a latka. She was accompaniedhome
x guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Wil- ,",
guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- visit of around six weeks. Theyare by Mr. Wilkinson and her 1
where 6
t K'Burton of Rome, Ga., isest liams and John M. Seymour. pieces Rogers Silverware are
'il: of his father-in-law J. berg. Hotel.stopping( at the Magnolia mother, Mrs E. M. Thomas. given away with every $.10 in trade \\I'"'

' : He will be accom- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and or certificates.! : '
t"l'a we. Mr. and Mrs. Lemmie Ganettof Mr. and Mra. E. L. Williamsand
the latter part, of daughter, Gloria and Mrs. Letle fit
: home who Jacksonville spent the week Stilley spent Easter In Jacksonville Mrs. W. B. Mundy and J. B. family left Thursday for Or- Are Iledeenu .i
eek by end here with friends and rel- I
b Snpp Tuesday in Jackson lando to attend the State Teach. In
two weeks with friends and lelatlvea. spent Ctuiti If ;''
'1 pent th father',?pant and two sis- atives. ville with Mrs. Sapp who Is con- ers' Association. From Orlando You Choose. STARKE, FLORIDA :!!.
rith Ruth and Edith'nt7aWord Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe and fined to St. Vincent's Hospital they will go to Williston and re- ,,
Misses Miss Lois Adkins of Jacksonville sn.( Jimmy, of Tampa were week because of Illness. She Is expected main until Sunday with Mrs. Wil- J.,'.

spent Easter week-end here end guests of Mr. and Mrs O. L,. to return to her home this liams' parents Mr. and Mrs P. lIn
with her parents Judge and Mrs.A. afternoon. R. Baggett, and other relatives
V Z. Adkins. Eeasley and Mrs. J. W. Klncaid. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR NEW t

> The Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Diggs, ,'.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard of W. T. Weeks returned to Friends of Mrs. Frank Hoover of Honea Path, S. C., and Mrs. ELECTRIC RATE'. ':'
Palatka were guests Sunday of Starke Monday after working will be glad to learn that she has Naomi Pascal of Jacksonville, '11

ED i TO BUY cows and Mrs. A. M. Darby and Mra C. several days in the Plant City returned to her home after being were here Saturday_ afternoon See Latest Model of Kitchen Appliances on display' :

Market prices paid on all W. Chalker.Mr. office of the Railway Express confined to Riverside Hospital In visiting'Mrs.. J. W White, Mr. t next to Ritz Theatre at $t'tJ
es J. D. ODOM.box 247 Co. Jacksonville for some time because and Mrs. L. C. Ray. The Rev.

ke,, Fla. 8-31-1yr.p and Mrs. F. F. Flume and of injuries sustained in an Mr. Diggs was pastor o f the IIARKESDALE'S READY-TO-WEAR ; ;I
Miss Carolyn Hutto of Colum- automobile accident. Methodist
Miss Clara Flume spent Sundayin church here about You are invited to inspect the new NOUGE ELECTRIC ,
bia, S. C., and Miss Edna Huttoof -
-Black leather dog harness Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. twenty years ago. and his wife
-- name plate lettered: "H. R. W. Mills. Alachua were week-end guestsof Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss taught in tha B. H. S. Mr. Diggs STOVES and the DETROIT JEWELL GAS STOVES ;1:
McLendon, III Granada their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Madge Middleton, and Mrs. E. L. has served as a pastor for 46

rt. Orlando, Fla.". Finder Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of S Hutto. Matthews spent the week-end in years and now Is retired at the on display at this address L
Jacksonville with relatives. While age of 78. Both the
, e return to residence of Tallahassee spent Saturday here Rev. and
Starke. Mr. and Mrs: T, J. Griffin there they attended the Easter Mrs. Diggu have numbers of old ,1'
E. S. Matthews. J
with Mr. Wall's parents Mr. and Gas Products Co. Inc Gainesville Fla. '
spent a few days this week in Sunrise Service at Ribault Mon- friends here who remember them ,
Mra. W. L. Wall.
II D TO RENT-Furnished Jacksonville with their soninlawand ument near Mayport, most pleasantly. a i ,
daughter, Dr. and Mrs. C. C.
'!II- eat by year-round ten- Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchings ,,:.
Mendoza. Mrs. G. W. Roberts and ,
, son '"
with two children must be of San Diego California were
Wpbre, unable and with garage and guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.T. George. Jr., of Lawtey. and Mrs.E. Morrells Fancy
Miss Martha Brownlee returned R. Struth and son. Bobby returned AllScCANDY
'space. Apply. M. Hutchlngs. Wednesday to Jacksonville after after three f
today upending
rd Telegraph.' tf f. TipTop :
spending several days here with I days In DeLand with Mrs. Roberts POTTED MEAT
Miss Helen Prather of Jack-
111IIft her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. i and Mrs. Struth's parents, It
YED-Several cattle newd sonville spent the week-end here
Brownlee.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Tatum.
QOjk : "M. B.: old brand: K. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. BARS
k C: F., or J. B., various W. D. Prather. 3 Cans lOc 1
% and Mrs. E. R. truth, Mr. The W. C. T, U. 'met last Fri- Grocery
110err rks. Please of
| pen any
and Mrs. Will Blair and Mrs. W. day at the home of Mrs. J. T.
cattle and notify Marcus Mrs. N. Sternberg is spendinga H. Struth attended Easter Ser- I
Quigley and the following -
n, Starke. tf few days this week in Miami vices at Bok Tower 3 For lOc .!
with her sister Mrs. II. Brownof Lake Wales.Sunday near district were meeting elected in -to Gainesville attend the on Palace Sliced & Market -

SALE-Complete electric New York City. Fill. & SAT.- 29-30 ;
March 26: Mra Jennie Thorn-
per system |18 cash, in good Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Haile of St. I quest Mrs. Emma Murphy, and. It
dltlonM., C. Sweeney, Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. J. M. i (JOLDKN RIPE
Petersburg were guests; Sunday i Mrs. R. L. Kemp They will give
npton. 3-22 2tp Brownlee and daughter, Miss and Monday of Mr. Halle's a report of the meeting this aft- 19c 1i
I Martha Brownlee of Jacksonville, brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and ernoon when they meet with Mrs. YELLOW BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c ,
SALE-Garage apartment. Mrs. W. L. Wall and house guest, Mrs W. G. Haile. Kemp at 3 o'clock. ,
3 acres of ground (the Mrs. Mae Dickens of Chester, S. I Western 1\\
ner Durden place), $350 C., spent last Friday in Alachua AI Kay:;; Carlisle, a student at Miss Viola Lewis of Oupray, ,

i.-M. C. Sweeney, Hamp- visiting Mrs. Annie Turner and the University of Florida at Miss Mary Madden of Eagle Lake, ,PORK Potatoes 10 Pounds 20c .)I
3-22 2tp Mrs. Sallie Smoke. Gainesville, spent Easter weekendhere and Miss Jewell Russell I of ;,

with his parents, Mr. and Brookavllle who are classmates Pound 19ROASTc : j
i Mrs. J, B. Carlisle. of Miss Carol White at Southern '

NAT SEZ: College In Lakeland spent the J! ,
Harvest Moon Pt. 23c.f'-
Huvo $,ou ever hoard the remark Friends, of the Rev. W, T McGuire Easter holidays here at the homeof Fancy Tub Mayonnaise, :
.; will be glad to learn that Mr. and Mrs. O. -W. White. Ac-
when> discussing the price of nutlonally back Starko after White and
he Is In being companied by Mrs :
advertised merchandise> seriously ill in Jacksonville for Walter Savage the four( girls returned ,

'!.'t "Oh you hate to pay for the ad the past few months. Monday to resume their 33c Diced Carrots Mixed Vegts. 7c .

I vertising." That's an Idea which Leslie Biggs returned-Sundayto studies at Southern College. or ... 1',

some folks have which Is a bad resume his studies at the Uni- '.!jUIII II""I"u"'m"I"II"III"lIIm'UIIIII.'II'I''IIIII'"IU1II'"WI'1r' ''' '' '' '''' '''''' 'w

mistake.If versity of Georgia. at Athens after Rath's Picnic Country Kist Corn, 3 Cans' 25c ___

the Spring holidays here 3"OCV'i,7 I
It's advertised It has to lx with spending Mrs. E. L. Biggs. : HAM JELLY 32 Oz. Jar 19c :

good and if it's no good the advertising I Speak A Talent jf 19cAPPLE :

won't help it. Mr. and Mrs. W. W Paige and : Language i Pound [
sons Billy and Martin will ar- !} Ala. Girl Dill Pickles, Full Quart 15c I 1'

rive tomorrow to spend the week of Beauty p _
end with Mrs. Palge's parents,1 A REAL IJUY-ARMOUR'S STAR
Wayne Maid Mr. and Mrs W. H. Struth. ,' tl J, of Love GemMARGARINE t

of Sympathy MILK Tall Can ------51/c "
Friends of Mrs. F. F. Stump J '
will be glad to learn > that she
WashDRESSES has recovered after being con- FOR Jo'EItFLOILAL: Pound lie DRIED FRUIT

fined to her home several days NEED: CALL Fancy Peaches or Apples, 2 Lbs. 25cPRUNES

= this week because of lllnss.

John Chalker, Jimmy Sewell MRS.POWELLPhone L. G. CHURNGOLDPound Meaty Pound --5c

and A. Z. Adkins Jr., who are 20c 1
in sizes students at the Citadel In Charleston FANCY CANESUGAR
S. C., spent the Easter 1Z3-J

38 to 44 holidays here with their parents. Telegraph Service 11
Red Top 5 Pounds :
,"amniVeuaeeuemniuenrson' ,' "''','', "oS"fl'.'"'ii' ii'i"iiiiiiiiOTiiiitfLAFFITOFF''''' 23c j
4 (
Mrs. Helen Shine of Tampa t
fwt fitting: and tailored t Mrs. James God bold and son, COFFEE :

fo fit the larger woman. James Jr., of Jacksonville, were Pound 15c Swansdown Bread Flour, 5 Lbs. 25c :
here Saturday visiting Mrs. S. S.

4 Dowling and Mrs. W S. Stroman. YTh. JUST RITE FLOUR 24 Lbs. 73c ',:

Mr. and Mrs P. W. Lewis of 14 Oz. CATSUP ..
Shirley0and ; Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs J.

t W. Lewis and two sons Johnnie lOc Orange & Grapefruit Juice 5c
and L. O. Brooker, were guests
Jo..DeeDRESSES Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mallory

i Thomas.Mr MacaroniMatches FANCY BLUE ROSERICE i

and Mrs. W. S. Johns and 1

daughter, Dorothy and Oleatha Salt 5 Pounds 18c {
Thomas spent Sunday In Jacksonville -

in sizes visiting Mr. John's son .--.. Black Pepper 4
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. -""....-

11.17 & 12 to 20 ,4 rY L. J. Johns. :;-;; 3 For _ lOc REST WHITE

.car I. flon.1
lira. A. V Long and Mrs. F. A. Oil, dear 0.11, Jew! BACON Pound 7c

or juniors and Misses 344 Canova and daughter, Carolyn Bal LaUH OH hamnaaghl
ute frbcks of Gainesville were recent guestsof I to fear WisconsinCHEESE
at reasonable mother Mrs. S. .
Long's ,
Mrs. Iniund by *
Prices E. Brownlee. and Mr. and Mra. J. no DOUBT has he-. I FANCY SMOKEDBACON 'c

M. Brownlee.Mrs. lief COyered
I th. N'th d*gnu' Pound 21c '
I Pound 9c
|$$1.98 & $2.98I0S fio-hSPUN RAYON* oM W Smith, Mrs. W. H.

d ( *. Shi 38 Struth. :Mrs I* F Smith Mrs. !!
Eldridge Smith and Mra. Frank ? '
Robinson visited the Ravine Gar- Crisp REX PUlU-ln Found Cartons

dens noon. in They Palatka were Mond accompaniedhome a Y after- P INSURAi CELERY 2 Packages 17c {

STERNBERG? by Mrs. F. W. Vamedoe. ,

who spent several days here with Head ____ 5c'iit
her parents. Mr. and Mr.*. W. P. i- ;

.. Smith.


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'i RURAL HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD Gainesville! ,- Representative Tallahassee,-Attorney General k

COMMON SENSE. . your "waste" pines to the Green Introduced a bill In Con- George Couper Gibbs has ruled t
pulp mills but keep and protect gress to authorize the secretaryof that Adjutant General Vivian

ATTEND FAIR AND SHOWy COTTON AND THE HOME- 'your straight and healthy pines the treasury to acquire a post- Collins, chief of the Florida Na- 4i
MAKER for larger profits and a continuous i! office-courthouse site here. The tional Guard can hold office until

Students in the University of source of Income. '' measure also would authorize appropriation he dies, resigns or is removed in

Florida College of Agriculture By Clarine Belcher This Is the advice that LouisT. lv of $430,000. accordance with United States

will have some things to show Extension Clothing SpecialistAs Nleland, farm forester with Army regulations. A constitu- &

the rural people of the state on consumers of agricultural the State Agricultural Extension MUSIC FESTIVAL SOON tional amendment adopted in

l' April 6-some things that will be products!!, rural homemakers are Service, gives to farmers own- Tampa-At least 75 glee clubs, 1938, said the attorney general],

well worth seeing. Interested In cotton because of Its Ing forest land. 15 orchestras, and several en- makes it unnecessary for Collins ,.

They have selected April 6 as durability as a fiber for clothing And here are his reasons for It: semble musical groups, as well as1 to enter the :May: Democratic pri-
will stage and household our
: ", the day on which agricultural they fair and southern climate. The cotton sit "Waste" wood Includes all pinesof hundreds of piano, violin, and maries.
1 a complete smaller diameter which have vocal soloists, representing nearly ,
Livestock uation, involving a heavy surplus, r t
' International
her been worked out for turpentine, every high school in Florida, ,
affects the southern woman,
I 1Show and Rodeo. badly fire-scarred trees, crooked, have Indicated that they will at- Tallahassee, -A year-end deficit -
held in and her home, for cotton,
which Is to be family,
The fair,
i diseased Florida of nearly $7,000,000 was
cash I leaning, 'llmby' or tend the 13th annual
has been the biggest
will not only long
.I, the afternoon, South. I trees, and such Inferior species as Music Festival to be held here forecast by the State Road Department
students of the
J' the type of training crop loblolly pine, wherever they are April 1113. In its 1940 budget ad-
; receive in the college, but it will During the past decade our use enroachlng on valuable stands of opted at an executive session

.. be informative and educational of cotton has declined two poundsper long leaf and slash pine. Usuallytoo TAX PAYMENTS: INCREASE here. More than half of it resulted -

4:, for all who attend. Attractive person each year. Ten years low grade trees of Collection of from the unprecedented
many Jacksonville,- $9,
and interesting exhibits will be the average was 24 poundsa S. C.. Peacock of Umatllla.
I ago these types are found in farm 306,150.72 in Income taxes in freezing weather of January and \
the university gymnasium bales of cot- this week announced his
in A million
presented year. woods and should be removed, In- February that caused $2,280,000of
Florida through last week, an
I'' by every division and de- ton would be required to supply dacy for the State Railroad u
anyway. They may be sold profit- crease of approximately 21.8 per damage to roads and damaged
if Animal the demand if each one of us ably to the pulp mills. Candidate for State Senator cent over last year, was an- Winted crops so heavily that the mission Douglas, in incumbent.opposition to w
would use an additional four Mr Pt
"On the other hand, thrifty, from Bradford and Union Coun- nounced by John L. Fahs, U. S. department figured its gasolinetax
entomology, poultry : cock is a lawyer and a
horticulture, pounds each year. f0:.
healthy, straight, and fastgrowing ties, who spent several days here collector of Internal revenue In revenues would be decreasedby
e:; forestry, soils, and agricutural Some of this decrease can be last week meeting old friends and $1,360,000. newspaper publisher. He 'I
be stressed in trees should not be cut for this State. As of the same date visited here on several
J t:; economics will accounted for by the changes In because be making new acquaintances. last the total collected was occi
they can
" out scientific Information pulpwood year with his cousin, Mrs. L D
exhibits to bring I CI
\: about these phases of the type, amount, and style of sold for much higher prices for 774365739. The difference is G. O. 1'. HOUSE DIVIDED

,{ clothing. The synthetic fabrics poles, pilings, or sawlogs, or be $1,562,493.33. .Orlando,-Florida Republicans
It agriculture. u_ tnus oe afforded frequently have taken the placeof worked for naval stores. A New ImprovementsAt have split into warring factions](I who will spend some time hen|

f Students will to show their cotton in clothing for women straight, healthy tree that might Farm MarketSeveral CHARGED EMBEZZLEMENT and took steps to send two rival Raleigh Thomas of the gh
It the opportunity and is taking Farm was visiting ids\
and other rural people girls. Today rayon bring from 12 to 15 cents for Tallahassee, Governor Cone delegations to the party's conven- laugh
parents of bales of Mrs. Leo Griffis'
have learned In the the place 4,500,000 pulpwood might bring 10 times improvements and suspended O. M Alvarez, Union tion in Philadelphia June 23. The Sunday
what they and they also will serve cotton a year. Paper is takingthe that much a s a telephone or added facilities are under way County constable who he's a I d formal meeting of the party'sState Mr. and Mrs. .P. B. Prevatt J
'I college
this information to place of some cotton, also. power line pole. A good 10-inch at the State Farmers' Market was charged with embezzlementin Executive Committee re- Theressa were'visiting thel

all by whom imparting it will benefit. i Imported materials are used i pine might not be worth more I here In preparation for the 1940 connection with a $730 short- elected J. Leonard Replogle o f daughter Mrs. Ada Grlffls, ;S
cotton and fer
, The fair will be open free all often for bagging than a dime for pulpwood, but it strawberry season, which Is ex- age in county funds. The suspension Palm Beach, national committeeman day.

', afternoon to the public. In the tilizers. may bring 10 cents every year pected to open up around April1st. order In effect until the Mrs. Myra F. Brown of Miss Margaret Morrell has i 1
turned home after
early evening-at 7 o'clock-the Recent studies show that a for 20 years If It is conserva- 1941 Senate meets said Alvarez Tampa, national committee spending
with Miss Thelma!
week Pre,
1', climax: of the day's activities will very small amount of the family'scash tively worked for gum. PuttingIt New quarters for a restaurantare acknowledged the shortage but so woman, and picked a list of 12 !

I!: come with the opening of the income Is spent for cotton in larger figures, 1,000 good being completed on the plat- .far has failed to make it good. uninstructed delegates) to the national of Jacksonville, and was aci
Miss Thelma
i ninth annual Little International goods. On the average, families trees may be worth only $100 for form just west of the cooling convention. The insurgent panled by and i

':l Livestock.Show and Rodeo. The receiving Incomes of $5,000 or pulpwood, but they may be worth, rooms. ,OLDEST SUCCUMBS members, after unsuccessfully opposing vln Prevatt and Joe Griffis, ,J

,1f students will show what they over spend $17.29 for cotton $2,000 If worked for gum. The Sinclair Refining Co., is Marianna, Phamle Robinson, the majority's action arranged who: spent Sunday In this elion.

'-t, have learned about handling and clothing and $28.94 for house- "Just a little care in selectionof Installing two gasoline tanks in the oldest resident of Florida re- for a convention late in

'4 showing stock and, in addition, hold articles each year. For the trees for market will not only front of the building, near the ceiving old age assistance from April to select a rival delegationand Mrs. Ida Chase was the wend
of Mr. and
1I I' they will provide many thrills low income group, a total of $5.- result in many extra dollars, but highway.The the State Welfare Board, Is deadat name rival members of the guest Mrs. I;

$ and much entertainment with 40 is spent for all cotton goods.It it will keep the farm woods per- .her home near here. Said to national committee. Griffis.
\ recently-completed hamper Mr and Mrs. L. O. -
be that there is Tyre
can seen a
\'i manently productive. Sell
have been born in Alabama
( their rodeo events. your 16x on
shed, and a separate building Florahome and Mr. and
| College of Agriculture students large potential market for cotton waste wood for pulp, but keep April 14, 1817 the woman was BETHEL
24, has been rented to Carl John Prevatt and children
j|, and faculty are Inviting all who goods among the low income and protect your good trees for Johns. reportedly 122 years old. The By Mrs. D. D. Woodard Mrs. Ada Griffis Sk
f f can to visit them In Gainesville. group If their buying power can larger returns," the Extension death is the second among cen- visiting

:'i, on April 6. The event will give' be raised. forester says.Change The Western Union TelegraphCo. tennarians of the State who were Mr and Mrs. John B. Higgen- day.Carswell
Cotton consumption can be Increased ., is Installing a teletype machIne Harrell has return:
!I many people a chance to become! receiving public assistance dur- botham and Mr. and Mrs. Albert
,j:, acquainted with the institution's by its wider use In the In Fixing which will offer 24 hour ser- ing the present year William Gllsson and children all oX East home after spending some
will be connected di- with his sister Mrs.
home. No fabric the vice. It
::,a J staff members and students and Kambkln. American Indian and Palatka, we r e guests Saturdayand
Ji J,: what they are doing. Florida home-maker as well be- Tobacco AllotmentsAccording rectly with Jacksonville.The resident of DeLand, having died Sunday of Mr and Mrs. D. Gainey.

fe' It is hoped that every farmer cause of Its coolness ease of Bell Telephone Co. will install earlier at the reputed age of 134. D. Woodard.

/,i' who can will come and bring his laundering, low cost,, wide varietyin to County Agent T. phone booths, also directly Children ot this section en- Hill Billies Here Agaitl

"f family along with him. weights and weaves, attrac- K. McClane, the Agricultural Ad- connected with Jacksonville. UNIQUE PLATFORMTallahasseeTwo joyed a big Easter egg hunt at The Jubilee Hill Billies
p. tive appearance and durability. justment A d m i n Is t ration an- Installation o f refrigeration candidateshere the Church last Sunday.

'!'i COLDS Cause Discomfort The homemaker Is interested in nounced this week that a changehas machinery in the cooling roomsis are asking support of votersto Mr. .and Mrs. Jim Geiger of I play Starke a Friday return night engagement, March i
cooperating t o enlarge cotton been made in the provisionsfor
4 r) now complete. abolish the offices they seek. New Smyrna were here recently I under the sponsorship of th
'2 FaR quick relief consumption because of its eco- establishing flue-cured tobacco James R. Harris, candidate for because of the illness of Mrs. Long Bridge Christian Church.1

i from Ut. misery 666 nomic Importance. Florida rural acreage allotments. The Planes Used To Protect justice of the peace, said in his Annie Geiger. performance will be at tj
and urban women should be change will allow farmers who
iJr' .f colds take 666 announcement: "If you favor a :Mrs.: Jane Forsythe was the American Legion Home at 8i l
ready to help in the United States desire to grow somewhat less to- Tung Oil From Frost
program for the purpose of en- guest Sunday 0 f :Mrs.: Emma clock.
.( UqaJ4 Tablets Salvo NOM Department of Agriculture's pro- bacco than their allotments with- tirely abolishing the office as Allen. i

: .' Drop gram for widening the market. out affecting the size of their II. W Bennett, large-scale tung soon as possible, then I solicit \
New Muffler At Plant
oil who lives just across
grower your support... G. M. Hopkins, BOATDRAINBy
,i the Alachua County line near candidate for constable in the Mrs Z. Z. Griffls The Starke Ice Company k
I !- Brooker, believes in the use of same district, said: "If the peo- week installed a new muffler

airplanes to protect his eight- ple want to eliminate .the un- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey the latest type on its Diesel el

year old grove from frost. I reasonable and needless f coat ,spent the week-end in Lake City glne. W. L. Wall, proprietol

Warned recently that this sec- which this office has caused in with Mrs. Gainey's parents, Mr. said the new muffler ahoul

tion of the State would ex- the past, they can do so by vot- and Mrs. G. W. Harrell. and were make the engine almost nob|

'. perience frost next morning. Ben- ing for me." accompanied home by her father less In operation.

net called In the services of a
I, tF Gainesville aviator who, with his

plane patrolled the 600 miles of
r ,K i f Ly'J tree rows between the hours of

2 and 7 a. m., creating air cur-
/, rents preventing the frost from

forming.The .

same method was used
\ successfully a few years ago.

Bennett said that while the IRS

trees were not yet in bloom the .'wxmw. ,
buds are swollen and a severe

rL frost might have Injured the _

f' prospective $200,000 crop.

:Ii .' Etta Fay Dyal _

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodgewere
visiting friends and relatives ++ .

here Sunday.

Mrs. Clinton Daughtery and : _
children were visiting Mr. and

Mrs. J. L. Wynn this week-end.

Marzle Goodge and V. K.

Graves were the guests of Eugene iN L;
Goodge of Starke Saturday night. _

The Rev. Menshew and sister,

Katherine, were dinner guests of

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wynn Sun
;. Fannie Harper of Starke
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.

I Curtis Varnes Saturday night. GENERAL MOTORS'

Mr and Mrs. E. B. McKinney "THE IONGEST OF LOT"

-,: were visiting relatives in Hampton I NUMBER ONE CAR IS THE Itl Inch**from front of THE to noof

Sunday. booV fcrbog*wftoro fanorteoM*
1r NATION'S NUMBER ONE CARIn -ChovroMfof l4Oh Iho Unfl.il*
future allotments or quotas.. .II 1 wo.ayk.d and Big ovr.Wa

1I 1'j I Under the new provisions, if a Valve In Road Action with Economy 'II Sasl/ big Imldo.big In vohwl
''j producer grows as much as half .
,,: of his 1940 allotment, his allot- NEW EXQUSIVECeneralMotorsjorgenuine
The nation look
'j ment for 1941 and later years will to VACUUM-POWER SHIFT

; be determined just as if an acre- motor car leadership! Tho only tooring column ..."hili
Ir age as \large as the allotment had I You will find convincing .wlloblo today an. rfMf8O
'; been grown in 1940. Likewise, If *659MA proof of this In the fact %of tho work for .vndrsq..."
less than half of the allotment is that General Motors' only JO% ""-r.1for1f

{ grown on any farm in 1940, the ,. .s number one car Chevrolet OWVtOUT HAS MOM THAN VI IsrtoE'OUSINIt1
allotment for 1941 and later COUPt for '40, Is also the nation's INQUOIN.
PT years, unless the local committee number one car In dollar
lightly" high** value and in tales! TMI 111I' OYA1"-WITH CHIVKXF1PMFECTCD
J' Only Coca-Cola gives that determines that no effort was Other moaoU KMn-ACTION RIDING/ I'1
you Chevrolet's treat list of tryun.pll '
made to grow tobacco in 1940 TIM o NEW HIOTAl CUPTM"
w priced of Flint. ,Mich. quality features makes 0 IKMII MSIDI AND OUTSIDl 0 r+Elronaportation *
,11 j happy after-sense of complete refresh will be determined as if onehalfof based on rail Chevrolet the outstanding HJU.VIMON SOOIfS ST eases "**
the 1940 allotment had been car value of ."7'0.' MAUD MAM MIADUOHTS WITH SIT-
;( I grown. and local taxes (co if And of course. It'syeo the urn PARKMa UOMTS o IUPIR- """
ment. That's why millions enjoy it i rate, state VAlVMtHCAD ENOU PEIHOB)
This change recognize that in equipment and ales leader-for the ninth HYDIAUUC SRAKtS.
,, view of the tobacco any), optional time in the latt ten ,. !
existing surplus $
r every day. It had to be good to get and prospects for relativelylow -oorie.-eJ'rCI. Prices subject On s,...,IX..,Lux IX**Los SrUt.IIADI1 and. Mali

where it is. So prices, some farmers would to change without notice. 1 OUT Ot IN'1AIT
a Coca-Cola and IN fall IN
get prefer temporarily to plant a TIAil
smaller than their allot-
/ get the feel of refreshment. ment calls acreage for. The final esti- \\8uuftt !

H mates on the 1939 crop of flue-

4'' cured tobacco place the yield at
over 1,100 million- pounds, whichIs

estimated world consumption of
STAUKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY United States flue-cured tobacco

for the year. I STARKE, FLA.

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METHODIST rilESBYTERIAX t EPISCOPAL- The F.'stiv'e S"I....it I I Miss Louise Drew of Jacksonville 1\!lie; Lome Belle\ Starling and The Lilies Aid) held its regular ,J' i !

Jl'TISTA. LightfootPantos Rev. Chos. H. Allen, "l. lnrk' (.hureli CHRISTIAN Spring is here and puiies are lu spendn! g several days. ': Mrs. Allen !Starling attended! the : meeting at the home of Mrs. # ; ,(

:- Rev. Frank PastorE Robinson Pastor J U"Kuo... Y'erkp". Jr !Sunday! Mrs.: Ira School\vii.IROn Supt I In (lh.. air again 'rh(' .\oun>r peo- with Mrs. Bryan Drew., :\I egg hunt Sunday af let noon all I II H. C. Kelly. t ',. l'\1't

ThumaL Suvt. K. Ferryman. Orgrnnlst. '''iinctav nector Sunday: Si-liuol plo are tluirirjj> their tun with Mr. and Mis W K. Keagle of!I i i Mrs Oscar Carter's. | The group unanimously decided I; J. >.J..,:

School Gen Superintendent Mrs. 13. M. Davis Miss Klla School J. Spas Supt. 10 o'clock I each other us they nut 1 her nt dif the Farm were guests< Sunday ofMr i(i i Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sapp and to adopt a five year old girl at (,' .((1.' ,y f''

undJi...c A. M."rl.lng of Church School Church School Supt. Organ,at ferenl homes und have various and Mrs C. .... Edwards, of children of Water Oak spent the Methodist\ \ Orphanage at Ben- "P'' 1' \ ,)I'I!
PorviceIl ChIJr1School Ray Mathews Mrx H. C. Brown C'IIl'R,1I .' kinds of parties.. MUh Mr and Mrs J. S. ;' I:
A. hlptist 10 A. M. Services' 0. ell iti' r I Calliihan.Mr. I Sunday son Spi ings. Tho society I also ; ''f;,

prYt M. Morning Worship Church 10 A.School M. Sunday School harry Pickup I I I Itllhle Friday night Misses Iva Mae und Mis. U. Wiggins. of Norman. agreed/ to make the $30.00 final a ..
n. s..rvl"e, Service, 11 A. M. Morning Womhp: 10 A. M. Study S p. m.1 I Lewis and Lucile Hinton were Jacksonville were! guests Sundayof : Mrs. i Pebble Phillips of Max- payment on roofing!, material used s j t ,:,1,

.nlnll p, M. ISvenlnr Worship 11 A. M. Sunday _. 11 A. if. Sermon and The IioKtPssea nt an egg pipping given Mrs. C'lenny McLendon nnd I vllle- was visiting her sister Mrs.J. on the church. This project coat f 1 i ; \

ayer 8.8Q. M..etlneno.dn >.1\1. Service 7:30: P. M. Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Fridays 7.30: P. M. I.onr.,,' Supper 3 I p. inry at the home of Mr. and Mrs Karl; Paul. S. Norman, Sunday. organization U7 .OO. i'l -) .' : ''j
Sunday Ron
)', 8:0: 1 Young Maotlnpa People'sLeague Holy D ye..lo A. M. Green A large number of guesteenjoyed I, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Johns an,1'family M. Ii. Plummer Is recovering ,i [ I 1 .
Planet Misses Bette Jo Jamison and 'j
1IIona Canova 6:30: P. M. MISSION HALL this affair. After many Virginia Culbreath of Jacksonville of Jacksonville were visiting from a spinal! operation which he .,; : 'fthe 'f\\'f:

nolr n.Director Powell Prayer Meeting GOSI'EL TAB.Sponsored I1S.LLI.SCB games were played, eggs. pickles were .the week-end I relatives! here last week-end. underwent, recently in Gainesville. !h i! : ,!1
"h"Chalrmnnrei Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Sponsor: by bread and cake were placed on a guests The Rev. Hartsfleld of Mac- Miss Margaret Davidson, student ,I I
Mr.' anil Mrs rrculd.-m Miss l Enza Weaver.
of Deacons Mri. F. H. tionr. Mr, and Mrs JT.. Quigley Th MfV. Ftrrks"rretarvTissurer table in front of the house where I rlenny visited Mr. and Mrs. Dal- at F, S. C. W., spent the .,a : r .:

i". KlckUterChalrmnn Organlst J. T. Qulgleyftlble EvantrrllHtlc Service HobiMH'.n every one laughed, ate and had, Roy Scout News I ton Carter. Tuesday, Easter. holidays here with her : J J I J-,.

rd ot 'l'ru"tee. Mtll.Aul.tant B. K. Perryman, Tue Study evening, each 1:30 ellt'h Friday and Su ndty i !' a good time Scout Troop No. 101 met Mrs.\ Mamie Lou Harsey of. parents, Mr.\ nnd Mrs J. P. p l t'tI!''
!.o G. powell Organist- evening 7:30: The Hv Fred Yvrkeel day night. March 25th, out 1\Ion-1 Jacksonville spent the weekend Davidson ;
.. _____ I Farewell l'ai'ty\ ( : .
-'-'- -- --- ---- open, gathered around a with her Mr. and Mrs.J \ R. R. Thede the '
I Mr. and Mrs. 11 II.: Mott entertained parents, Jr., spent .: ;
fire. The following were present S. Norman Easter holidays with his parents! 1 ; ; .
To Dedicate New Church Annex the young crowd with ; the Rev. L. A. Shepherd Lee Johns of Llveoak was visit Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede. ./'r1'
ptists a farewell Albert
party honoring '
and l Mr Whit field, Scout- .1'
Bryan ;
Lee Crosby who left for Honolulu ing his uncle and aunt Sunday, J. H. Follcy o f Tallahassee i '
of Starke will dedl- Tuesday, March 19. muster. Scouts present wore: La.' Mr. and Mrs P. B. Johns spent this week here with his ., i. '

stoats, dEducathe mar Whlddon, Jr., Robert Markham Mra Gladys Curter and! son, I slater! Mrs W. F. Godwin. 1/, '<,
longl -tintht pat March I Games were played until a late Bernard Jordan, June Richard were shopping! In Slurkej)', Mrs. E, A. Edwards! who In. attending t l ,,\\\1'J\
annex next sunday hour when' refreshments' of boiled! Crews and Cub I' J
..1 l exercises. a Ralph Dudley Saturday morning./ Southern College, was ; 1'';
with appropriate for Sunday i eggs pickles, crackers cake and Scouts present were : Claude Mr. and Mrs Raymond St-eber, visiting her family dining the :\ : ,,'J('

annl'" designed and lemonade were enjoyed.' AfI rrE'fI'elOhmenls Johns, Delbert Crews, Jlmmie II. of Chuttunoochee were visiting Easter holidays. J I ,',j;;'

,01, -naming Union rec- everyone' bade Albert Godwin, Bradley Geiger, Billie Mrs.\ Seeber's parents, Mr. and! Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bennett : \ tI.

(.nai purposes answers In a Lee luck and! success with Oversreet! and Joe Townsend.The .. Mrs. Steve Starling, over theweekend. were business visitors In Watt r'', 1 i''tChula

long felt by will the do leaders much to songs and music, with I Harold program of the evening !. I last week-end. : I, I;!>;;
realm. and Johnson playing the Hawaiiangultal' Mrs Earl Hatcher of j+
activities of the consisted of talks by Mr. Shep- I Tampa ; :

ease the hard and Mr. Whitfield concernIng GRAHAM formerly Miss Polly Dinkins of \. ,;' ,

:tn it will have Those present were Albert Lee, a hike planned for Saturday fly Mrs L. C. "Smith' I this city, was visiting her par"h.... '{fa
completed Myrtlce, Louise, Marlse. W. C. afternoon. They told each boy ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Dlnkina, i ,:J i
equipped for use, r i
i J1600, and Billy Crosby, Juanita and what to bring and where to meet Mrs\ J, A. Graves and Mrs. here this week '
for aa
will be entirely been paid let from Jean McGauley, Henry Mattheis, before leaving and also where Bunnie Summers were visitors. to Lawtey loaded Its first truck ,:. e. '<'(.:;j{

[contracts have Bonnie Mott, Jimmie Parker, wo were goIl1The/ scouts enjoyed Starke Saturday. of strawberries to-day (Friday) ;,J

L ,10 time for cash. Addede It bas Estelle and Eury Molt Jo Ella several games directed by Mrs\ Lizzie Murrhree who has to begin the 1040 shipping season ; \I'' ,Il:

|is tcompleted ia without hesl- Barry, John Taylor. Mike Tllgh- Mr Shephard before adjourning, been ill at tho home of her daughter : : I \
V. any man, Orlne Padgett, Harold John- Mrs. J, B. Crews, In Lake VANDERBILT ;: : ;;

and without any indebtedon son. Doris and Roswell Nogel, THERESSA Butler, returned to her home recently Miss Vehna- Norman \' ''i al I
|. The original committeech Addition Will Greatly Aid Work of Church Marie D y a 1, Sled man Daniels, By 6 i j' :, :
!Mrs. A. L. SullUnnMr. :
planned the annex was Billy '''Hodges, Elden and Reba By Mra. Annie I.. Ward spent Sunday Members! of the Water Oak B. f, ,\

posed of H. L. Brownlee, R. ample apace for youth recreational Sunday, April 7, the first Sun- Lee Hardy, Virginia Padgett, and Mrs. Leon Tomlfnson) night with her daughter Mrs. Y, I', U. met at the home of Mr. i J; \, .< I

low, and A. J. Thomas, while activities, and also for day In the second quarter of the Jake Keene, Muriel Lee S a pp, of Jacksonville were weekend Florrle McKlnney In Starke. and Mrs. Russell Norman lost f Ii'; J

financial arrangements haven such Items as moving pictures, year will be the time for the ob- Agnes Rimes, Kirby Cummings, guests of Mrs. Tomlinson's parents Rev, W T. McGuIre of Starke Saturday Afternoon for the quayterly t I "I 'I

made through the Trusteesthe and simlllar entertainment. servance of the Ordinance of the Lorena Polk, J, H. Mott, Cecil Mr. and Mrs R. M. Mer and Jacksonville conducted services B. Y. P. U. social. The : j h.;.
church under the chair- Within the annex are six Sun- Lord's Supper. At that time the Melvin and Mrs. Lyon Crosby. sey at the Christian church party for this quarter was an I r ';

fc.hlp of Luther G. Powell and day School class rooms, a fine pastor will resume the series of Enlt'rtaln.t ltrld
led to the above In planning kitchen fully equipped, and an- sermons on "The New Testament Mrs. J. P. Roberts WitS hostess daughter, Ruth were business 7:30: p m. eggs were hidden and found they j

I interior have been the Circle other rest room. Announcementhas Church" speaking on "The Or- at her home Friday afternoon for visitors to Starke Saturday aft Mr and Mrs Carl Wynn. Mr. were served. l to the guests. Someof '"

tiers of the W. M. S., It will not yet been made of the I dinances of a New Testament bridge with Mrs. Purvis Hazen ernoon. and! Mrs. ", C. Chastain and the members remained and '" I I'

ibably be used for Its actual classes to be assigned to the an- ; Church." That evening, when services winning the high wore und Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W H. Reynolds Mrs. C. E;, Harper of Hampton, played several. games. '

poses by the first Sunday In next, which announcement will be I move up to eight o'clockfor Inman Harrison low. and) children of Jacksonville spent airs Florae McKinney and child- Mr. und Mrs. W. P. Varnes of I.

which announcement will be made through Mr.- Thomas. Superintendent worship, the pastor, at the the week-end at their summer ten of Starke attended services Orlando were visiting Mr and J' ..
Quantities of Knster; flowerswere I. '
ill though the Men's Banquet ( of the Sunday school. t request of the young people of arranged and camp on Crystal Lake al the Christian church Sunday Mrs. H. L. Norman and family ;I ,'

II I officially Inaugurate it Into The services next Sunday begin the church begins a series of sermons placed artistically about the Herbert Cloversettle was visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Melton are Sunday morning. I' ," ,.,

rch use.Ii'lans In the morning at eleven o'- on "Some Old Testament room. In Jacksonville Filduy and the proud parents of a baby boy Vasco Hazen returned to his : I(, I '

call for possible use of clock, at which hour the pastor) Characters" us follows: April 7, Following" the games, refreshments Saturday born March( 24th. home here Saturday to spend 'j.1 ;

annex for prayer meetingsI speaks on "A Forward Moving "Jonah," April 14 no service were served! by the nost<*t.s. Mrs. H. D. May was transacting Mr.\ and Mrs. R, M. Jordan and Easter with his family He has :1 '"
I evening worship during the People," using as texts the wordsof ( Baccalaureate service) April. 21, Those present to enjoy the afternoon business in Hampton und daughter, Madge' spent! Sunday In been working In Orlando for t.,"

mer months, a sit will be the Lord to Moses, "speak to I "The Queen of Sheba," April with Mrs. Roberta were: Staike Monday. Waldo with! Mr. und 'Mrs. FredJohnson. some time. '( .
the people that they forward"and 28th "Absolom." Mrs. Lucan Hazen Mrs. L. Mc- Mrs. Connie Holstein of Gainesville '
i-ened for mosquito protection.large go All are cordially J. F. Klckllter of Starke was, 1*
( assembly room, the full the challenge: of Paul, "Let welcomed at every service of Klnnon, Mrs Vasco Hazen, Mrs.Fied shaking hands with friends here Mrs. F, M. Griffin spent sev- spent Sunday with her parents a// I

Igth of the building, will give as be forward of a year ago." I the church. Hazen Mrs. Ralph Iliizon, Tuesday afternoon. eral days In Jacksonville with Mr. and bars. G. E.' Me- J I

Mrs. Purvis Hazen and Mrs. In- Miss Patsy Kdmondson: of Jacksonvllltt her brother-in-law and sister! Mr Gauley. j
man Harrison and Mrs W L. Phillips Mr and Mrs. II. P. Gainey
the week-end with i
hut, 8x10 spent
rary ; one work
rge Congregationt Boy Scouts 8x10; and one land ship, 8x30 shop Birthday Dinner her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. W Blackburn and B. B. were In Jacksonville last week, '
; Mrs Roy Green gave a dinner Kdmondson. Blackburn of St. Petersburg and having been called by the Illnessof ,
Methodist a camp fire ring, totem poles, \
March In honor of Clearwater In section their Mrs. Vera '
flag poles; and flowers and Sunday 24 Mr. and Mrs Riley Wasdln of I were our daughter,

ter Services Boy Scout Troop. 70 met in shrubs. Upon completion the her husband's 31st birthday an. Graham and Mr. anti Mrs. T. C. Sunday Collins. '( : I i
the First the Church School rooms of the troop meetings, patrol meetingsand niversary. Chastaln o f Hampton attended, I',
Easter service in
other activities will be heldin At noon a large table was church here Sunday afternoon] : Iij
thodist Church held Sun-' Methodist\ Church, March 19th, f ,
these buildings. The Rotary spread and the center was deco Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Alford of

[y morning with an exception-' with i the S c o u trnaster, the Club Is the sponsoring group for rated with a big cake. Fort McCoy visited-relatives here ",

y large congregation. The. Rev! Frank Robinson and the As-I this excellent Troop of Scouts, In the afternoon an egg hunt Sunday.D. .

limes lections opened from the 10:45: service to 11:00 with: :, sistant Scoutmaster, the Rev. and sponsoring group for this I was enjoyed by I the young peopl W, Moore and Felix Sul-

Charles Allen, directing. The and by their contribution, to- Those present to enjoy the day llvun were recent business visitors
:lock. Mrs. F. H. Long pre-
opening of.. the meeting was In gether with some financial aid with Roy wee: Mr. and Mrs. G. to Jacksonville. f fw
ed at the and the choir
organ charge of the Junior Assistant from the boys themselves, these E. McCauley, Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs J. A Mllllken "

ng two anthems "Christ Arose", Scoutmaster. Eagle Scout Frank huts are being erected on prop- George Holstein and son, Mrs. and children of Ocala spent Has-:
J He Lives". The
I Robinson, III and the Senior erty owned by the Rotary Club Tom Markey. Martha E;. Mai key, ler Sunday with Mrs. Mtilliken'Sparents '

|livered nor the the Rev.Easter Frank Robinson one ,j Patrol Leader, Eagle Scout Mike and given to the troop. Mrs. Mary L Green, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Sullivan ij', .

message Dew. The Pledge of Allegiance The Idea of a Troop Headquarters Mis. Oscar !times and family, .
subject "Jesus Giving Life. ) J. F. Hull and, A. L. Sullivan
and the lii'. and Airs Leslie Green and
ring, the service the infant to the Flag was given was conceived by the Immediate -
son family, Mr and, Mrs. K. J. Lewis were visitors to Stark Friday,
Scout Oath and Laws were re- past president of the Rotary -
omits Telfalr of and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and
T. peated. Only 3 Scouts were absent Club, Howell Nasworthy and and family Mr and Mrs. Dave I
Long was baptized by the
,tor, from. the meeting. i started by him. The carrying Green and. family, Mr. and Mra Mrs. Josephine Sullivan were Tl
using the ritual in aft.erno..n.
In Starke Saturday
[w discipline. Mr. and Mrs. D.i Chairman of the Troop Com, forward and the continued Interest Earl Green and daughter, Shirley, I shopping.

Carpenter were designated as mittee, Joe E. Wilson, made an I IIntel'estlng of the Rotary Club has Lucile Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hazel visited
Miss Phillips
msors for the i talk to the Troop con- been upheld both financially and Cason of LaCrosse, Mr. and Mrs '
The baby I cerning the work on the Scout morally by the present president, Reval Dukes and family and Mrs. Misses Patsy and Cleone Kdmondson : I f
Church was beautifully I Sura Jane Dukes of Dukes. Saturday afternoon
buildings. At the Robert F. Clark. Upon completion '
corated for the Easter service headquarters Mr. and Mrs. Dun Lopwr and
th assembly of the Court of Review, Troop 70 will have one of Chan. Hardy Sr., T. II. and I i
dogwood and Frank visiting relatives -
azaleas.The son, were
directed by Mr. Wilson, the following I the most up to date and com- Lubedia PInholater, Juanita Mc-'
In Macon, Ga., recently.
evening service was con- advancements and merit plete Headquarters of any Troop : Gauley, CharieR Hardy, Jr., and James of Jacksonvillewas fI'
Wed by the Young People ofe in the urea. The continued Interest Manning
badges were awarded: From Star i Reba Lee Hardy enjoyed the day friend,, and relative
church under the direction ofe to Life Scout, Lester McMillan; of the community and the I Sunday at the singing convention visiting week-end.
here the '
over ,
counselors Mrs. W. B. Sewelld from Tenderfoot to Second Class continued fine spirit of cooperation in Lake City Miss Muclse Crosby of Brooker I I '
Mrs Frank Robinson The : the lead- I
of the citizens with
Anderson and Steve Easter services I, '
Scouts Lyle The with Miss
[('lowing taking part: Ida Lulu| Weldon. At the Court of HonorIn ; era of this Troop 1 Is urgently I were held Sunday, morning/ the spent Thursday Padgett night I .t' ,
wig led (he worship program needed, Upon completion of the Virginia t
night. ,
Thursday o'clock
"I Jacksonville Daptlsl church at 11 with Four couples gathered; t at.1 the
announced the selections. Ar-: March 28th, these ranks will be huts I a dedication\ ceremony and the Rev. G. K; McGauley! pastor.:( home of Fred Dodd, of Mid-Lukes i
.e Dew was heard In the call Besides these, the open house will\ be held to which .
awarded. The choir had prepared special I Thursday night to celebrate his
Worship Mrs E, K. Perry- and citizens of the community ;
Palm on Eagle l parents and memorial flowers 1
honor of Bronze Faster! music Those who) I
'"0 presided at the and will be Invited. i birthday anniversary f fI fI fI
organ Robinson
,yed will be awarded to were used for decoration. attended were: Alfred 1 King, J, C'
Iteitory( special, the selections for the III. The following merit February banners were awardedat Everyone; wus In accord with: Prevail, Carl Edwards Virginia I I Ia

,Ip, prelude and post- badges were passed by the Courtof Tuesday night's mattingns:i the triumphant .spirit of Easter'Padgett., Klsle 1 Belle Gelger MIll"i I

'tlonal as well as for the congre- Review: Leonard Smith, "Book follows: Bat Patrol, Bryan. liar] time when singing. and praise i ice Crosby, Marrletta Padgett und

'eclals. singing and the choir binding" and "Carpentry"; Comer rell. P. L.. "Church Attendance" I Lest expiesses! I the Christian's feeling Mrs. 8. II. Dodd, After games I

The Orchestra, under'e Perryman, "Bookbinding" and i and "Advancement";; Mohican' over the tact of the resurrection were played, the guests were

a direction of Emmett Perry- "Angling"; Buddy DavU "Read- Patrol, KJgar Wilkinson, P. L. I nerved refreshment. ,I''t '

|"Ie n, played several selections Ing"; George Flynn, "Fireman- I "Attendange." Patrol Leaders, Miss Manse Crosby was Ihe )Mis. W. M. Andrews and family -,I

Scripture for the evening shlp"; George Powell, "Cooking": meetings are held each Monday:I guest of WISH Virginia Padgett of"I spent the week-end at Camp '!'

.* read by Virginia Sewell and Mike Dew, "Flremanship"" < ; Lester afternoon under Ihe direction of:I Theresxa Thursday night, Immokaleo with Mr. and I Mrs. St. : \N

evening prayer was given by McMillan, "Public Health"! the Assistant! Scoutmaster; Regular Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Crews of John and family. 1 :
[ Dew. Jack Halle, a mem'r Baker meetings on Tuesday nt last I \\'t \\1 '
of and "Safety"; William weekly Jacksonville spent! most Karl Geiger und Herbert Clover- t
''rtlon the orchestra, played a "First Aid." evening; Sea Scout Crew meetings week with Mrs. Crews' parents, settle were !In Jacksonville Sun- \1. Q
of Flnlandla as a clarl- during the week and Mrs O. W. Mrs a .
>t The entire membership of the once Mr. and Barry. day, \\ F .
read A poem "The Pilgrim" Troop Is showing a great deal of with the Troop on Tuesday; and Barry Is very ill at thin writing. Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and Walter I \\' \\ \.
by Ruth Simpson and erection of the tests are passed each Monday aft- Tom Markey has been confined attended Easter Sunrise %
other Interest In the i Sibley \\
poem "The Secret" was to his home with flu for the : t.
ad Patsy Keen. The Young the lot just back of Boys who have reached their:: I few days Mrs. Lee Gainey Is )"
copies landshlp \
fr* of Choir the composed of mem- the Community Building. twelfth birthday and over are Invited Improving.Mr. Mrs. O. A. Thrower, Mr. and ,\\\\ Through the magic door of radio i.

and the Intermediate Departent Actual construction of the huts to see the Scoutmaster for and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and Mrs. G. H. Thrower and daughter come the great artists of the world
Senior-Young Peo- children! were visiting relativesIn Mr. Florence New ome,
and ,
lea Department started a few days ago blanks. Several va- entertain for a fraction of a cent! Don'tanise
sang two selec- was gratifying. application Branford Sunday. Mrs. B. L. Varnes and children, to you 'I
wen ODS. The offertory prayer was results are already call cancies are now open and a few Mrs. Martha Parker has Improved Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Moore and. the rich fare on the airway now get a late
rtering by Gayle Sewell and the Plans for erection this of four patrol boys will be received In the orderof the looka of her place children, all of Jacksonville, were( model radio that reproduce with utter fidelity, and
was received by Mikeand for the I with a new coat of paint. I' of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
and lib- after hav- guests
ew application The modern cheap
officers their radio .
Comer Perryman. The huts 8x10; one Mis. Horchle Baird Is spending i lengthen your range. ,
met the requirements | Zelgler! Sunday.
actor delivered a short talk ing satisfactory the tests.1'iiriu'ii this week with her daughter In i i I electric service that bring you light, refrigeration, aI

algid r0 on the experience of the services of the Church. I and passed I Winter I'ark She expects to attend | Orlando were visiting/ here over cookery, water heating and dozens of other convenience it

Disciples on the first Easter Evening services will be held OF oo) I the F. ,K; A. Convention( In the week-end. I wonder. .
and necessities provide! no "
"er.lnK as this I Sunday home Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of ,
they travelled from at 7'30: o'clock Robert Cook, mis- Orlando before returning I r e ei i
"walem to Emma us.I ((31st) and will then be changedto I I The Rev India, will\ be at the I Mr. and,) Mm L. R. Gainey and Mlcanopy were visiting here Hun-j ,

The Intermediate Department20nsored 8 o'clock beginning the first Monaiy to Home Saturday .Hon. Royce,, made a business tripto i day.. jI SEE YOUR ELECTRIC DEALERELETRIITY

I a tea on Friday after- I Sunday In April ((7th)I. This time American at Legion 7:30: o'clock under,I Jacksonville Saturday. George Holsteln of West Vlr-I

111: for the meeting service! beginning Fror.sorshlp! the week-end with relative. Sunday I
benefit spent I
of the sum- show "slides" of
E-r 10th. Sunday morn- -.otl He will Mrs. Eugene Ellis of Worthlng- IS CHEAP! )
; Camp fund., This same group Arril work in India. 'In Wlllinton I [ [ l lI
leaned up the Church yard last 1 Ing a special offering for the his I' The Rev Hermon( Moody and i :on Springs was visiting her par-

'ef'k in preparation for Easter. benefit of our Children's! Home at Humor family of Lacrosse were visiting I ents. Mr. and Mrs. F M Norman tpOwfRa ,
founded I
Prayer meeting Is held each Enterprise will be received at the that Mabel hasa I Mir and Mrs H. P. Gainey but-I Monday. ( .
\' and at the Elsie "I hear Mr and Mrs L. L. Renfroe I UNSHINTRVIC =I 4rh
School hour I I and Sunday.
? Church urdaY
MnwKUy evening in the main for petting.
"dUorlum of the church. A cor- regular service of worship. This propensity all she's got ls Many CCC boys spent llnstei and eon Samuel, were recent II II
'Ial'' 3th Sunday of- Stella III IIIi l guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miller COMPAMl q
Invitation Is extended to, will be the final old-fashioned l sofa like at their homes. I I .
eryone to come and worship at fering for this purpose during Just ."an- -Clapper's Weekly I'I'loun. I Mr, and Mrs. Alph Hazen of Johns and family of New River I'J

nl* time, as well u the other!I, this Conference year. f'I,

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"t.. l"AGl EIGIIT 111'('11 2$,

sentiment for large-scale military relief for More Men WantedIn --

The Bradford County Telegraph Finland increased in both countries just be- ANNOUNCEMENTS U. S, ,Navy TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR NE'

a &t"bll..hed. 1877 fore the pe:'.ee was signed. For County C..n..I..lo..r-U..t. 3 '
I will b" a candidate for CountyCommlssloner The Navy Recruiting Station ELECTRIC RATESee
:-:-:" District 3
considerable revolt from '
-- Already England
! Mouth Htarko:, subject to the willof { ,at Jacksonville has been notified
% and Entered as
Published( Weekly on Friday has arisen against the Chamberlain gov- the voters In the Democratic that Its quota of first enlistmentsIn
Class MatUT at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla. primary, May 7. If ele"t..d. I pro- for the month of Latest Model of Kitchen Appliances on A-
Britons who feel out the dutluH of the the Navy *
ernment on the part of mine to carry next to Ritz Theatre atBARKESDALE'S
bent of ability. Those
office to the my April will be eight men.
M.EMBER. that immediate and effective aid should Your Kreatly vole appreciated.and support will' be who apply now have an excellent READY-TO-WEAR

have been sent to the Finns. Lay opinionin pecfully. ,chance of being enlisted during
LORIDAPRESS ASSOCIATION O. C. CA SON. You are invited to inspect the new NORGE
V this country largely backs that point of the next 30 days. ELECTR'

3otwcw tondo \:) view, but some of. the military-minded I: are for Count (.ConimlMluiier>)>1.t. .. located The Navy In the Recruiting Federal: Station Post Office is I STOVES and the DETROIT JEWELL GAS STOYt
and myself
E. L. latfhews' ____________ Editor and OwrtersuBscRtPTION not so certain. They feel that the Allieswould I am.a candidate qualified for announce the office District"f Building Room 245, and the I on display at this address
,. insoluble County Commissioner from office hours are from 8:30: A. M.
have faced almost prob- I
-- --- - an 3. subject to the will of the voters
May 7th, 1940. until 4:30: P. M. I
RATE on election day.
lem of transport and supply had they at- Your vote and support will be appreciated Gas Products Co. Inc Gainesville
k Yearly, $1.50; Six, Months, '7 raynble In Advance tempted to send enough troops and equip- humane .au.--that and will aid of me helping In a Typewriter ribbons of all kinds Fl,

It Advertising Rates on Application ment to turn the tide. It is almost certain underprivileged County. children of Bradford for sale at the Telegraphoffice.. I

.' with her geographical ad- jleHpectfully.
Germany, 3. It FIELDS.
t Is All Set ,
Everything 'W:' first and ..
would have been there '
vantage, ';'$W" ': +'t< &t'; :" .w"
For An Interesting Month that the Allied adventure might have endedin Kor County .ml".I..r-U..t. t *"'.,.t.". ,, ,,.,,,,'>..1 :ft'igft:! ( "m,<" ,,, "', '!I f
The is ont t And 1 hereby announce my candidacyfor .: \ ; ::
fight :
The die is cast t untold disaster. County CommlHsloner of District jMi'\A, ;. ", iii".t1' : ; ;\" 'I'
t, and 't1\-Y't;\;; '
One comprlxlnir wtey :
win! J : ;
may the best man Vicinity subject to the Democratic ry4' i iLHI
in discussingwhat
However there is use p
deadline for the no Primaries In May. If elected I
When the
3 promise honest and faithful attention
obvious that
might have been. It is
duties of the office.
elections was reached at to the
1940 primary,
May: terri- The vote and support of the citizen a
Russia considerable victory
12 o'clock Saturday night, it was apparentthat won a .. of the district are respectfully fi
as %
torialy speaking and is back in the commanding Hollclted.
Bradford County had produced another T. T. BLACKBURN.
the position she held in the days of Peter FLORIDA
of candidates-perhaps
bumper crop
the Great. Not so obvious, but perhapsmore for school llnnrtl-DUt. II t SPECIAL
largest in its history. hereby announce my candidacyfor <
important, is the apparent fact that Member of The School Board
There is something about a politicalyear from District J. subject to the will
Hitler also won a great victory. It is well of the voters In the primary election -
that lifts a community out of the hum- of May 7. I promise, If 9i1tSltl
known that German pressure was largely .elected to bring to the administration -
drum of the workaday world, and adds zest, of the school affair of our
responsible for ending the war, for the county the respect and confidenceof I
dash of color and a lively note of interestto all concerned patrons, pupils and
a Nazis look to a peaceful Russia, as"a sourceof teacher In a business like man
the dull routine of the average day. For nee I will appreciate your vote. GET YOUR GUARANTEED
vital supplies to feed their war machine. It. A. BISHOP.For .
is denying that everyone is interested -, ," "
there no Recent developments have at least clarifiedthe j-3t /
k in politics and likes to talk it- Conntr (.o..I..I..r-ll.t.l 3
European situation and proved that the 1 wish to announce my candi- GOODYEARTIRES! /
: "on the inside looking out"'as'wcll
those who are davy for County Commissioner
air war on the Western Front and the war on from District Three (South Starke).
;1 '': as those who are "on the outside subject to the will of the votersIn
the Karelian Isthmus were, for all practical the Democratic Primary of May
; looking in. Britian 7. If elected I will at all timed
and the
purposes, one same. guard the interest of the County
h Many hard things are said during the and France now realize that Finland had an buHlneHH.though Your they. vote were and my personal support 4 NEW HIGH VALUES LOW 1940 PRICES

yi course of a campaign year, but most of will t>e highly appreciated. *
been fighting THEIR battle. Sincerely, Going last but NOT gone) Plenty left
them are soon forgotten and are taken in Curiously enough, there is one school U. P. (BOB) DEMOREST. in your sizel 1 Whatever you plan ,to pay,

the tolerant spirit that acknowledges all is which holds that the settlement of the f' r WIt can suit you and SAVE YOU MONEY....
fair in politics, as well as love and war. A For HuiertlM| nl IlculxtrnllonTo y n
Finnish war on terms favorable to the dic- The otern of Bradford County: Here' the place! Goodyear Tlroi-
politician who "can't take it" is as out of tators might improve the chances of peace. candidacy I am formally for Supervisor announcing of Registration my- 2' ALWAYS a* good CM you think-NOW
seasick for Bradford County lIuh.J..t ,' l cost I.. than imagine 1
sailor who becomes or an you
t place as a Their reasoning runs thus: England and to the will of the voter of
who cannot stand high altitudes.The thin county on May 7th 1940. ( 'r 8.'I Compar. qualities-compare prices-
h aviator France, seeing that matters ,are not goingso 1 leullze that 1 am the first ; ; .OW rr/rll/ fIrk" JrF DOWN get Goodyear GUARANTEED values
next four or five weeks should woman to seek a public office In THE GOODYEAR TODAY 1
well as planned, may ease their terms; this county However I am, sure
ti, prove highly exciting and vastly entertain- Germany's undernourished population is duties 1 am fully connected capable with of handling this oUh..1 the PATHFINDER Yes! A LIFETIMEGUARANTEE

for citizens of Bradford County. I have lived In this county 12 REAL TIRE
s jng ones for the stage t NEws
eager peace-therefore, may years and have supported theemot'ratlo '
voter will be besieged > patty I 100 percent: and 5 Today's long-
The good-natured full.
; be set for negotiations which will really get will appreciate, your vote and any .; s J.ad.r. Y.., Jow.costG
his will ring offer.Sincerely 4' ira II genuin. Every Goodyear Tire !I. guaranteed la
cards and "
: with campaign ears support you may I
results. On top of that, the known pressureof ood.ar tIre you in writing-NOT lor only 12. or lt,
r with oratory as state and county candidates Mr. Roosevelt, Mussolini, and the Pope in AMCR (:liltS SAM) ANDERSON way down- G.t it Nowel or 24 months-but for its FULL LIFE
!) vie with another for the center "of at- WITHOUT TIME OR MILEAGE LIMITS.GOODYEAR'S .
one favor of peace might prove a powerful fac- For State Xeiintor $
f' be show I am asking the voters of Bradford
tention. It should prove to a good nominate 777
tor in banishing Mars from Europe. and I'nlon Counties to
me In the coming; primary GREAT"G3"
and better than
-bigger ever.
One fact is highly significant: The their Senator.! I will appreciateyour '
the best win! support and vote. If elected $ ) ALL-WEATHER
May man
and action that was I work for liberal
great incredibly bloody promise to a pth115 1 gooel '
l2lp Favorite ol millions 1 Now
O pension for the old, the blind the Marcia 3 stepped
scheduled to start early in March when (crippled and the mother with dependent 4.75.19 or UP in mileage-DOWN In price
.children: and will endeavor 5.00.19$5
j1 Music Proves Its Charms the hard winter 90 ...... .....
Europe, "thawed out" after to eliminate) the red tape,, 5.25.18 or 5. 4.75.19 or 50019. M.35
On An Enthralled Student Body has now required to qualify for 5. SO-18 6.9 0 5.25-18 or 5.50.18.............: 9.30
not German 25
begun. planes fly over penxlon. I will work for thl"l 17 or 5.50.17
.. 5.25.17 or5.50.17..10.20
schools, and believe teachers 7.20
Anyone who heard the symphony con- London and British and French planes fly be paid for twelve month's Ask about our ,6.25.16 or 650.16 6.OO-16................................ 11.11
cert at the school house Monday morning over Berlin, but the bombs fail to drop. vice. .,teachers and that arid the bun annual drivers should salaryfor "90-10" Plan :THEil.t Prf"-wftlJ your old 9,55 Rr. 6.25-16 or 6.50.16..a...... 13.50

[+ could have nothing but praise for the or- Neither side seems willing to take the ini- better be more roads liberal.for our I will state work especially for- on all Goodyear IllES'"ICD IN'"O'O"Tl OTHEK Met ants pric.-PRICED with your in PROPORTION old tire

ganization ( of the W. P. A.) and our dlMtrlct. I am In favor of Tires.
t a tiative in unleashing the dogs of war in all all In the lower brackets who work
the enterprise of local groups whose financial their fury. This apparent reluctance mightbe proportion for the stale to getting other employee a salary In I

backing made this musical feast a reality interpreted as faint hope for the cause will favor the farmers legislation and) that the truck willbenE'flt

for students of B. II. S. growers. I am In favor of an open .
of in the old world
yet.n .
f peace range for cattle. I will work to f1// .
Many of them hearing a symphony orchestra -_._._.- eliminate all nuisance taxes. I will .'
put forth my best effort toward
for the first time in their lives, the A Different Kind of War making the administration economical
and siife.ICespertfully STOP at the Diamond Sign
young people sat in rapt attention as the Puzzles the United States Just Now HAI submitted Y. MA1NKS.For Low COS!... .HUM VALUE

i W. P. A. musicians went through their While Europe passively fights a stale- -- .
H.h.,ol ....ar.l. !)!..'. 2
f, paces, running the gamut of musical emotions mated war, belligerent forces are busy as 1 hereby announce myself a candidate
for School Board member
4 from the whimsical "Mosquito Dance"to bees on the political front in the United from District Two subject to the ,
beautiful will of the voters In the Democratic
the hauntingly deeply
primary of May 7. It you '
Madison and
moving "Valse Triste." States.The want your school affairs kept out Walnut Streets
recent primaries have proven noth- of politics and run In a sound
The value of an experience of this kind economical business-like manner, Phone 103
ing that was not already known. President I respectfully solicit your vote and Starke, Florida
cannot be computed in dollars and cents. If support. I
Roosevelt can doubtless have the Democratic W. P. SMITH.

it developed i in a dozen young people a nomination if'he wants it, but hints con-

greater appreciation of good music, if it tinue to leak from Washington sources indicating I

f fired two or three students with a burning that he does not really wish to run .

ambition to know, and perhaps compose, again.

great music, it will have repaid many times Should the President retire from the Don't Miss It !

over the small sum that was necessary to picture, it appears that the Democratic odds "r

f bring the symphony to Starke. narrowly favor Secretary of State Hull. a '.'

We hope that some day the orchestra His pulling power is based entirely on his

might make a return appearance here, but prestige and character, for he has no political FRANCIS

at night, thus affording to our adult music. machine and has made no effort to P.

lovers the same thrill that has just been push himself into the limelight as a candi-I .

experienced by our young people. uaie. in tne opinion. of many, however, heis

O the sole Democrat now prominent in high)II

)' Does the Finish of the Finns public office who could hold the various I WHITEHAIROutstanding K

Endanger France and England Too? wings of the party together and at same _

), Historians of the future will devote time attract the non-partisan vote that is, ;dv 'dY rt bAPM
many chapters to an analysis of the short so necessary to success.

lived but terribly destructive RussoFinnishWar On the other side of the political fence Candidate For 1 ,. M;,

and indeed its consequences appear to Republican forces seem to be having great

be ominous and far reaching. Finland has difficulty in developing presidential timber I
Governor of
been reduced to virtual dependence upon that meets all requirements. Young Tom Florida

p Soviet Russia, giving up her second largest Dewey has the lead in public fancy, but

city, her major industrial area her important definitely not in the esteem of the Repub-

fortifications; and she has consented to lican powers that be. Senators Taft and I Will Speak \i

the construction of a Russian-owned railway Vandenberg, in spite of their lack of "color"

: which, when completed, will practically and inability to fire the imagination of the

bisect the territory that is left. The Finns public, perhaps have better chances for the

it are faced with a tremendously difficult taskIn G. O. P. nomination.The IN STARKE TUESDAY APRIL

finding new homes and employment for efforts of the two great parties to ,

those who are leaving the areas ceded to solve their problems of leadership should

wy the "bear that walks like a man." help while away the long hot summer which 2ND 8 P. M.

'A The Russo-Finnish peace is a blow to is inevitably just around the corner.O ,

the Allied cause, in the opinion of American

1 and foreign military experts. It has placed The Orlando Times runs a streamer' He Has A Message For YOU

the Scandinavian countries under joint dom head: "Register. Then Vote. Your Sacred'(

ination of Russia and Germany, and has American Right !t., We suggest' a slight)I -

weakened the Allied blockade because the change: "Register. Then Vote Right. You* Will]) Speak In Lake Butler Tuesday Afternoon 4:30

Reich can obtain vital war materials from Sacred American.-Winter Haven Chief. ,. : p. m.

Northern countries. With the outcome of O I

the war still uncertain this blow could New voters have less than a month top Will\ Speak In Lawtey, Wednesday Morning 10:00: a. m.

easily mean defeat for France and Great register. Call at the courthouse
now, be-I
Britian, it is believed. Realizing this, the fore you forget! (Paid For By Friends of F. P. Whitehair)


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