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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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\\Z_Pound Baby Born Here I" A. J. Griffis Dies 1 Balloting In Second Primary ': i i 1' j





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After Long IllnessFuneral I "
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Wins'
UNOFFICIAL TABULATION Middleton

Services Holland WinsGovernorship' '"

Will lie Held Sunday SECOND sI'RJMARY Nomination


I Afternoon I II a j t: 15 4: '5 .. '
Funeral services for A J. Grlffls e .
I t'.a.a .1
= As Superintendent'Andrews '

j superintendent In Bradford of County public for Instruction By Big Majority BRADFORD s 'i f t I i :;!:


I the past 12 years will bo held COUNTY 1 1 ( J J L 1 j c Holland, Ad-
Sunday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockon Leads .
Andrews Watson ,
J kiwi! l\IalneM. ,
the courthouse grounds. Following :
.
3. n illness of several Carter; Larson and Wainwright Are High ,
a
11
,
I'ICESUENTIAL LECTOIt-GI'oup: Oneiris IV ;
months, Mr. Griff! died here Watson Also High
Brown 101 228 131 6 40 23 13 95 643: History was made here Tuea-r ,
night at 9 o'Clock'l
Wednesday
He was 62 years of age. I I I Spessard I.; Holland, Bartow Frank Dowling 1-0 260 164 31 47 23 '. 299: 789IT day in the Second Primary election 104 : .
elected Governorof M 2.843: voters-only ,
attorney, was N. SENATOR
Survivors are his widow, Mrs. out.
Julian, Florida In Tuesday's primary Chaa. O. Andrews 232 577 383 40 71 42 48 200 1:193; less than on May 7th--turned
Aneda Griff; one son .
Griffis; a brother, Kenny Griffin; piling up a lead of 67,882 votes- Jerry W. Carter 216 246 165 32 90 28 24 100 001GO'EitNOR at the polls.balloting The unusually Is considered high"runoff"
I majority ever given a
the largest
and two sisters, Mrs. Minnie with the exception of phenomenal In view of the fact' .

Yes sir, we think Bradford County has something here! Ababy Nauman, and Mrs. Mayme Geiger I I Dave governor SholtE. SpeS8ard Holland 342 646 31i3 64 122 U 43: 281798: that Interest often lag and the., : ':

boy weighing 17 pounds at birth certainly sets a new of Tampa. Unofficial returns from 1,414 Francis Whitehair 184 367 2\9: 21 M 34 39 63 1012. number of ballot cast in a second '

all-time world's Interment will be in the Pre- Is usually a third.
know U an
primary
far as we Holland
record here, and as I Florida precincts gave ATTORNEY NEUAL: ..
heavyweight. The proud (and perhaps_astonIshed) vatt Cemetery under the direction 269,652, while his opponent, Ed. R. Bentley 128 246 190 19 39 16 15 7S 726J. less than those checked In the. '

Campion L. R. Starling''of Hellbronn Springs.t of DeWitt C. Jones. Francis P.. Whitehair followed 1213: first. "
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watson 208 389 254 39 lOt U 39 142 '
are will
:
rants A more complete obituary I I with 201,770.U. Although the vote was almostas '
ti their twelfth child. In next week's Issue of STATE TIU.SIJUERJ. crowds the streets
who announced, the appear S. Senator Chas O. Andrews great, on
D; 11.a:B. Herlong, attending physician of medical the Telegraph. continued to widen his com- I. Edwin Larson 141 241 149 18 64 22 15 66 70SW. : and around the polls were not, a.
ex-
jaby's'weight, states that In his many years manding lead over Jerry W. Carter M Wainwright 328 656 439 M 116 M 60 242 19-16 Urge because there was no necessity

jertence he has never heard of a child this large at birth Judy Canova with the unofficial tabulation CIRCUIT JUIMF: for waiting; the greatly

pi4,emyp.photograph was taken the day after birth on May'' Movie yesterday standing at; Andrews : A. Z. Adkins 332 602 3862: 103 29 61 238 1812 shortened ballot speeded things
in with To Star In
comparison
be
20, and the size of the baby may seen .., 303.662. Carter 133,543. ''Henry L. Gray 153 308 221 14 79 .5 17 92 929 up. I
22-months-old brother, Paul.Iiquadei Closest state race on the ticket In the North Starke precinct,
ta Judy Canova, Starke's chief was that between Ed. R. Bentleyand VOlt STATE SENATOR the county's largest, 903 ballotswere

claim to reflected glory, will J. Tom Watson for the attorney Ernest Hewitt 261 4049 283 20 86 37 4:5: 121 1308 marked Tuesday, while only

Old Certificates soon be starred in a motion" picture generalship of Florida. Hal y Malnu 212 .36 281 59 8. 36 39 185 1332 a few more, 099, were checked on ,.
ClownIng -
f called "Scatterbrain. to Latest returns placed Watson COUNTY SIJJ>T, PUBLIC INST May 7. Other precincts polled a

her way from one success slightly In the lead with 191,109 A. 3. Grlms 263 416 278 28 tl2 2S: 34 131 1227W. correspondingly high percentage. :
I
radio,
,
No GoodTax another, Judy has In'taken havIng votes to 188,137 for Bentley.J. t:. MI.ldleton 268 620 333 tI6 1M 49 62 206 1618SVI.EltVISOIt The unusual Interest in the. i
p 191 Move Here Soon stage, and screen stride,,. Edwin' Larson defeated W, Second Primary la credited to a
recently had a costarring OF REGISTRATION:
most I M. (Bill) Wainwright for the office spirited race for county superintendent .-
Deeds Must role In the Broadwaymuslcalcomedy i of State Treasurer with the J. F. Hollingsworth 234 4SS: : 354 32 124 36 48 1M 1433 o f public instruction

Opportunity Open hit. "Yokel Boy latest count standing at: Larson J. F. Klckllter 2\8: 487 262 49 62 37 33 110 1368NCIIOOL (which drew the largest number '
i
For Young PeopleIn De Applied For Although she has appeared In 201,086, Wainwright 176,107. 1I0AIUJ-DI"t One of -votes, In both primaries)* a : :I

This District' .... .' Before June 12 several motion pictures "Scatter- 259 .72 731 "hot" governorship campaign.Continued .
brain" will be her first "big"part J.i S. Norman on eight) )
( page
I KilledIn 276 411 686
District headquarters' for tllattonel Another deadline appro before the cameras. Negro J.1 H. Moore ,

Youth Administration i to aches. Judy was born in Starke and Atito AccidentLucius COUNTY COl\UIISSIONEIt-UI..trh.t One V 'Ij j

rYe five counties ((BrftdforWon This time the fateful date went to school here before the I T. T. Blackburn 243 243 Berry Receipts

Columbia. Baker, an.d Is Wednesday, June 12. Canova family moved to Jack: Kelson, young negro r. n. Reddish 302 302

J aI> will be established here It I, .then, that, all unen- sonville. She. along with other man who hat;.been employed by 'OITNTY 'OMl'IISIIiIONEIt-DI..trlrt t. 1brM .c eti'a sa .., "

m week Jn the building at the forced tax certificates. more members of the musical family, Lester Kite. Bradford County (: 263 263 Reach $500,000 I r.

>uthla.t corner 'pf Oall a.n'd than 20 years old, will be got their start on radio station cattleman, since heswan a small R. L. Lee 3\5: 3liSC"1100L

burt Streets. :The office.space automatically cancelled under I WJAX-and the rest Is history. boy, was accidentally run over J. L. Wynn

being donated by Congressmteen provisions of a 1939 legislative I An interesting history, albiet, and killed Saturday, May 18. by nO.\lU-I\Nu1ct\ Three Bean Prices Better; ,

who has been very deeply! act.'Clerk. which wall recently reviewed in I a truck driven by Albert New. 0, C. Kelly 36 116 63 183 398 First Corn To Be

wrested! In the NYA program of the Circuit CourtA. the following article from the,t mans. Kite's Hon-in-law. I E. J. Lewis 39 04 23 164 290

_ Kenneth W Barber, represei J. Thomas ha repeatedly movie page of the Florida Times- j I According to County Judge E. Loaded Saturday
certificate holders in IK.I who held the accl-
warned
Itive In this territory of the Union:: Perryman
Rational Youth Administrate, this county of the *ra.tlc "Judy Canova, who found gold I Ident unavoidable, "Rat" (as he Will Be Although the 1940 strawberry
Maines
Innounced this week that there provisions. of the act, and has i in them thar hillbilly songs, has|was nicknamed) was sitting on Adkins WinsRenomination season In Bradford last County legs, with is definitely the I
each Rnd l every one called front seat with the driver. on Its
'
urged the
I opportunity for a large nun started work on a picture
who values his holding, to '' The agents The vehicle had no doors, and as last buyer having ceased operations -
; "Scatterbrain. press
jer of Bradford County youngople i .
make application for tax title of "The j j were pmsiflg through Hamp- State SenatorLake and a few experimentaltrucks '
between the ages of 18 I IH to i have given her thy they shipped from the
before June 12. Ozarks" although the fell out and was being
years to obtain employment deed! Jenny Llrul of the ton, negro- the ;
market on consignment-
rear
inder the NYA. This means that Investors now Judy has never visited run over by the heavy Latest Returns (Jive: Butler Attorney week was significant for one facts '
dated I
Mr Barber' will be in the holding tax: certificates, Arkansas or seen the Ozarks. I wheels. Judge 1,200Lead High Man In For the first time since the late
holding Starke
brotherLeo
"left
Ware! Office In Starke above prior to 1920, will be With her sinter Anna and receipts Irowert"assed
to
fenmark's Furniture Store from the bag" unless they apply to who later took the rustic Cars In Accident Over Gray: IJoth Counties 1920's gross the half million dollar

the clerk for a tax: deed before name of Zeke, left Jacksonville I
10 Thur
until
11
o'clock every June 12. Such "unenforced" certificates for New York 10 years ago, they Sunday afternoon, at Intersec- Circuit Judge A. Z. Adklns of Hal y Malnes, Lake Butler mark. ,I

for ay morning to take application NY A will no longer be con- I were just fair entertainers worth tion of Church & Madison, southof Starke was renominated In the Attorney, won the nomination as But even at their low ebb,

younSpeople desiring sldeied a lien on property when about a dime a dozen on the town by the Light A Water Eighth Judicial Circuit over his State Senator from Bradford and berries continued to bring more
ployment in area,
the Lawtey law goes Into effect, amusement ni ark e t. Hillbilly Plant, a car, driven by a negro opponent Henry L Cray of Union Counties In Tuesday's runoff money Into the county per day ;
Hr. I In this new
Campbell will be present "Mrs. Leonard
Thomas say I music was coming In favor at man, collided with Gainesville, In Tuesday's ballot election. The total vote for than any other crop, as bean
he
Lawtey Hall each Thus Mr.
City Mrs. Smith was going Mulnes 2,270, and lagKed -
whiis and they changed theiract Smith. I both counties was shipments,dwindled corn
!ay afternoon from 3:30 until strongly everyone the time the ing.
: "I urge
through
,
and chatter. east on Madison returns Ernest Hewitt 2,068.In on the threshold of maturity.
his unofficial
30 .o'clock to receive appllciiicni Interested In protecting to hillbilly songs man & Complete
in these certificate Their first big break was at the Intersection! The negro Mouth on from the six counties gave Ad. Bradford County Malnes received H. L. Brownlee, last berry buyeron

Investment deeds Immediately Village Barn In New York City his wife were headed kina 10,513 to Gray's 9299. 1,332. and Hewitt 1308. the platform, ceased opera.
All details about the NYA to apply for tax Just aa Mrs. Smith Several truckloads
pn said not uncommon for Church. The Union County tabulation was: Lions Saturday.
stated. He and It was Alachua County :
ram; the working hours, wage, ," the clerk of certificate the show with their reached the corner, she was run The vote was: Malnes 938. Hewitt 760. have been shipped since on
to stop
that there are hundreds them and the car's left fender -Adklna 3,914 Gray 4.636; Levy ,
tc Into, consignment.
,
can be obtained by vision Bradford and clowning.
In
holders songs J. W. '
4. Barber at one of the places< County who will be adversely affected "The act was so good that the completely ruined.It, said J4ra."the car Adklns 1,663 Gray 1,530; Gil- 3 New Homes Since Wednesday of last week,

"bye mentioned. law unless the Canovas to be Morgan saw chrlat-Adklnll 681, Gray 799; 3.813: crates were sold at an
believed
the new folks Mrs.
I hind legs.
by
its
on ConstructionSeveral
stood up Under of $1.35. making
to and stories were Adklna 1,812 Gray average price
protect Bradford -
steps thing
immediate the real other
take Injuries
they received no I
'carried about their borne back in l Smith The 927; UD1oo--AdldM 1198. Gray, receipts for the Ilx.day'period
W Cross I their rights- sold to of Georgia and that they than a sprained ankle. S47; Baker Adklns 1.245. Gray new homes are being add up to t-t.880.2S. The, sea
hills treatment '
Appeal Coveringcertificates the
and prior I' train or wore negro woman was given 354. erected in town: K. G Duncan's, son's total gross now stands ,.at
a
Individuate in 1920 had never seen the big I for a slight head injury. an North Walnut; M. C.. Sween- 9304.5AO23.: representing the sale
to
act pre before coming
yearn the legislative shoes ey's, just off North Temple, by of fruit.
of 6.37,888 pints
and
For War Rebel scribes 20 years as the life of any; city. It was. good publicity In the school; S. E. Sparks', st the
"Get It"j Cut
whenwe Volume
fact
In lean
tax: certificate Issued against any; I they let it ride. We'll Eventually corner: of Lafayette and Adams.
Florida radio column beans from
In the State of were handling a Shipments of green
lands
Quota For Bradford and we got On a lot down about the middle to less than
whether issued for state about eight years ago Think the market dropped
Is Set At $600; county taxes or Issued by i a several stories from the NBC Most Starkeites of Church Street, quite a lot of half the volume of the previous

Need For municipality for municipal taxes, I telling of the Georgia backgroundof eventuallybe old building material from al I week. Prices strengthened mater
Haste holder, I It made good war Is of the war, or will we 1 and total of 1i68 ,-
deadly a
and held by any private the Canovas. In Europe a In? two story building In Wald I ially, however,
M"lth partnership, matter for other sections U S. will get Into dragged: tn but the'' hampers were sold at an
,
lIf'\'f'ral million men natural or corporate reading Whether Noegel, manager: of Courthouse has been brought
locked deceased per knew them when they appeared sticking her neck on'1 Joe to build of 1103. grossing '!.-
not average
In mortal combat on trustee estate or but we either by Lunch like most of the owner does plan
F..nrb. or persons WJAX and also at Invaded Is now of the 646.40 for the week. Beans
and Belgian soil the son, or other person over or being doesn't want U. S. to be there. The bottom story

!'fllrl need Of Belgian and of disability or otherwise, sucl' the Florida theatre. The star not country's most discussed others Involved, but sees. no way out:: Waldo building will remain Intact reached a high of $1.40 Tuesday.. v

Flinch! peoples are reaching period of 20 years to be reckoned of the trio, however, was who As part of the United have "I think we should stay out, butI ; the top half has come to snd leveled off at 11.23 Wednesday.

paneling proportion. AIJ from the date of the Issuance of Judy at that time but Anna, Bradford County's citizens think we'll eventually be in It. Starke. A Mr. Nicholson wai +. .
about the hottest piano opinions, their fears. over of bringing the mater ""ew'potato sales were recorded
the million pitiful re- such tax certificates. was their don't think we should go In charge
lees are clogging "Surely the holders of sucl player in this section. Judy'sflair Eight months ago. America I should protect ourselves lal over here.Marriage. because. of the glutted market
but
"IIId d Into everycentral certificates will not want then for comedy drew the spot was vaguely war coo s c Iou a. there, afraid we'll get and many growers are placing
and south. but I'm
failure York and she has had begun serious their: spuds In cold storage atthe
ere through In New Germany
France void light Though Licenses
become .
.
trying to to
escape for tax: Important parts in things: were not ink. market hoping for better
botnblnlC to aggression
and I make application gone on Priest of Starke's ten-
strafing frotn to G.
\
serious C.
and also a' leadingrole I to now, very i. several weeks from now
license
said yester compared marriage prices
lIrpIaDI'tI. general! are
Following
Thomas pictures the
0 Mr. two as
u r repreMftt.,4Auea .- deeds. :: month, cent store, sums up
"
successful to
Impress a during the past b Corn Is Just beginning putIn
Boy
In France thou- "I cannot too strongly in "Yokel But "I don't know. The way Issued during the month y
report day. rightful I opinion: and the
.... Brad show" has had the be ":. K. : tardy'appearance,
d the people'of Broadway the war it's going to County Judge Ferryman
) ns by roadside of upon of ) i World War II.. withAmerica's 'It looks now, fhrst truck wUl probably be loaded

epmds. fright and hunger.tkan ford County the Importance for I title of state of mind dangerously hard to stay out." Henry Brown and MargareWeeks form the market Saturday. Price 1

Bed C.moat this matter and the necessity! Mrs. Dutcina Cone I In the first yearof W E. Bryant, manager of May 11. at around 23c: per '
It was reported
re
rare >rllef of every kind If Immediate action. Dulclna M. Cone, former World like War I. CUl&ens who, Bryant. Cafe, said: "My of hope war.Is Carl Edwards and Virgin)! dozen.Market.

Innocent people are to Mrs. week sympathetic that we can stay out Padgett. May 15. J. L. Gentry
be died Jast time, were Manager
IIIve.L \\'e are e1---'lIlo-- Hours Change resident of Starke I for a long However I am very much afraid John (
ions Church home of her niece Miss on-lookers are now beginningto Mike Martica and Netta announced yesterday that a I
01 dollars In money at the She will always be that war Is Inevitable. 12. for Kordhooks has been ''isecured /
Iii the AndersEn!! of Apopka. wonder if they Western son. May grader
Sunday
of the
Pi>lle'' but we need Beginning next Clara Bradford V, S. St. John, for I, '
the congregation of age. on-lookers. Many on L. A, Ayers and Dorothy Bens s and is ready opera-
t and worship for was 83 years Store Is ready to jump
:: bigger contrUxi'T hours of Auto starts ,
to of the Church of Christ' Remembered here as the wife County folks-think not. tomorrow, said: "No. I ley, May 1. tlon as soon as the crop
carry Cannot Monday Hitler :
on. last of next week.
IIr all services Cone, she Call Street survey for not and Lucille Hall, coming: In the
1(! upon you too strongly will be changed to make of the late Joseph J. In a of those Inter- think we're fools J. R. Kinard : 1
15e fur later than the for the past the majority Into It. We'll 25.:
Apopka May
hour in getting
one lived afraidwell already
IW'tlon If w( had they're \ .
Not
Bank Open
admitted
Iro' to Aefrleml Bible Study viewed I'd go over .
: these sorely previous schedule. 24 yean A few get Into It somehow. J. B. Whitehead and GtneviOrlffls. \
all too soon.
Irk P. M.,. be in It I know
tletimv o. brutal war- will be held at 3 o'clock Funeral services were held In will be "overthere" there In the morning: May 23. The Florida Bank at Starke

,:. We Count upon you to and preaching and the Lord'iSupper M, the Apopka Methodist Church on say this sometime country this year; one what it's like; I saw enough of Carlton I>. Smith and Mild ret wilt not be open for business :

b an.1. oversubscribe will be at 4 o'clock P. Thursday morning of last week us only sixty morewarless It last time." Tompkins May 28. next Monday. June 3. Jefferson I Iavla' ;.
In thinkthey'll
jour....eii goal,', within shortest These services' are conducted buildIng at 10 o'clock. The body was ,man gives days This question was "Aunt Vida" Morgan: "I those Andrew Starling and Vlrlai 1 ) Birthday, a Legal
Ie Home in Germansbeat Hollda1'f
.*.*. J Infoan.n1f'. hWldreds Every day'soe the American on West Legion Call Street and brought here Cemetery for Interment where her i put to 25 persons: Do you think out (Continued(the on page eight) Louise McQualg. May 27 In the State of Florida. f

may cordially invited to,I the Prevatt the United States can stay a
(Coot aulle we have not everyone Is hueband i Is also burled.

hued on page eight) attend.






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TELEGUAril. -
BRADFORD COUNTY able value to' the countries haying : Tin] ('OI'II1'Y:
1'AGP TWOHumans DROVE HIM: TO DRINK them. With reference to the I"'OIN'ry' At, >)> I" Dp9tflt!

} May Get Public ConfidenceOf LIVE 'STATE NEWS I weglan St. -born PetersbUrg-When William Nelson Nor local that the Airport field It Is was"peculiarly pointed sit-out In Will TO the WIIOl ot ("'hurler":. 1"1.0111'1114' IT,of p",'" p."hll feagalnat "

Herbert L. Peterson of the hills that Thl MAr 'o...
Allied VictoryConsiderably faced Judge uated by reason ItheMlalm notlr)' "
Grass
all
tear
From
be
'
Vitamins Inebriety, to, afford ex- .Iale
of surround this port ae ,
FATALOcoee.James charges d..a..tI. .
on pMrbV
ShakenWhen SNAKE BITE Hitler'sInvasion II
TO RUN DAILY court that concrete structures, J .
METEOR the for '"
told cavatlon
and get this ?
6 Garvin of fully was e.tate tohHon abl.
Man can eat grass Silver : his country that can | E ,
from Jacksonville.-New dally rattle of affording large hangers County Judge g.
vitamin from It than war began, most Ameri who was bitten by a drink. Florida, t01.Ir) ' more fruit* Meteor, service is to be started place, to make anyone be totally obscured from the air duly ,* >r C
the Monday enough
and ; eight
4 Hancock and
plants In highplaces Lake calender 0nnthieAd
other those at
.tt the cans, Including 27 between New York snake added that newspaper first
PUbl'cl'' I
May at the Orange Nelson de :XXX: IU lOt 1 of ? "'"@
together. coast while!] fishing, died Norway's yourstatuterlof Ihll ;
were west
put In the government, Washington and the accounts of win '
lie
the nighthaving radio 1It0l'
Twelve pounds from, dried the, of lawnmower confident of an Allied victory. of Florida, it was announced by General failed Hospital to rally;Monday under first feat were "more than get I could the Road 13 RightofwayNow all no as: w IIrnllRlIllnl, rrett, alas".

bluff that files confidence ho been the Seaboard Railway's passenger snake struck stand. And If I ever the underxtgned \ ,
contains more ilnsvegetable.more [Today that department. Up to the present aid treatment. The of the leg chance I'll get that Hitler. ClearedThe said Will. 'y. rs"'w:
frulta The stunning calf
shaken. the
of the
considerably third Calvin on dismissed This the ,
pounds l3
S4O this service was every d cia,
than time, Peterson
and vegetables I snake bite death Judge Florida now holds 1940. Dfla
frulta Allied defeat In Norway, the west coast. This Is the first State of I .
than the average person with the developed fact day to reported In this section for years. charge. title to the land In Duval County II-U 4t 8.14 Elizabeth C
coupled State Road De- a.'E&;
the
FLAN
cats In a year. has a war :MEASURE SIGNED FOOD STAMP: requested by
TESTS IN ?
Germany III.
discovery, along that Nazi DEATH SI'NTJNCETallahaasee.Hel'bert' : Federal partment for a widened right-of- ("Illn I'r tn.II,.
F
scientific Roosevelt The 0 1\ b
This of almost unprecedente'ldCiclency hlngton-Prelident Goddard. Jacksonville, 13 north of 1mI"ORD
make grass machine for State Road ,. 1'10'
to In operation way
with methods signed legislation creatingan plan is now Anna BHi UI', IAI't.J1t.
pancakes, has brought with It : talent scout who Food Stamp Wi1n||'(
palatable In district Judgeship to bogus movie County with! Baldwin. PlaintiffStaffoid
Duval
additional
4 powder breakfast foods, bread cookies, the grim specter of p)s lble AI-! serve both northern and southern killed( a Miami school girl after In eligible to purchase Based on negotiations concluded v.

7 desserts and candy, was made : Veal loss of the war" Today districts of Florida. The next: luring her from home on promises 14,000 persons Beginning the first about 10 days ago and financedby I n..r.lldulI'WminmkIn ,
was stamps.
by the American authorities seem the of a movie career, was State Road Department, the Nal11t ?
public recently most competent vacancy will not be filled, by ssupreme week In May, Jacksonville the Florida Or..llng Chemical Society. to regard the European struggleas new Judge automatically filling condemned to electrocution affirming the first Florida city to be ac 45 legal papers, deeds, etc., were To- Sturfn'd I IIn \\' ,..,.
1 report came In which neither court decision today States De with Clerk Elliot W Buttsof re.ld"n" '
eats-grass a toss-up. United filed rOt|
The man- the place.WOULD sentence for cepted by the H HY j
lr:4l'IL'El
t G. O. Kohler They his death trial. Court. to theE : t'
W. n. Graham side has any decisive edge. of Agriculture for the Circuit Rill >
and from C. F. Schnable of Kansas I think that anything can happen. REGISTER: ALIENS murder. He also Is known Cochran as-, The partment local plan was inauguratedwith Bids on the paving or the road- In aitalriHt 15Ih.!' ,V'.' dUI. ,rrlamitdqurday r' b.lo""
Is new back-to- situation is forcing Charles Jefferson Thomas the City; will be requested shortly It 1940 or I'.. .Juno,
Mo. It l a And that commissioners of way I'
City co-operation .
Jacksonville He .
the "hf.
.
City
Intended Ashwell. be entered ,...
in chemistry consider what steps and Thomas The road Is I Ig! "
movement America to a motion state and county; has been indicated. ou
nature unanimously approved sentenced at of Jacksonville, 10'1"' l'I'I1F.I! (
in and th.t"h 0Ah,
to put more vitamins must be taken against the eventof asking the City Council to wan convicted last fall for departments of public welfare, now being paved from Callahan nUl; r PUhli.b,
The Hrartforrt
r reach of modest pocketbooka.SWa a sweeping victory by the dictators enact an ordinance requiring the West Palm Beach 17. the local wholesale and tetail to the Duval County line. a new.pnp"., 'I'II.h.d" '' '" all 7t.
In the would put all of killing Frances Dunn. has been on ford Count I It
:Most of the vitamins which registration and fingerprinting of food) merchants and the banks. The department tour } xrh, re
< are now available In synthetic Europe firmly under the heels of aliens by the Police Department. record as promising the Duval Witness'on"'CUI'11.lItnot'' reel,

1 j crass: form but they are comparatively littler, Mussolini and Stalin. Sergeant Gilbert, asserted that ROtS MUST DIP: RECOUNT ("II.NGF.S'OTE Board of County Commissionersto A.eat D thin 19.10.OFFICIAI..I th< I i'th, der and or u

expensive. The report contends It Is apparent that sentiment alien activities do exist here and JacksonvilleThe death sen ,-G. C. Perdue received pave State Road 204 (Jacksonville ( SEAL T
lt'1 that the grass powder can I In this country Is heavily In j expressed the belief that theommrssion'a tence of three Jacksonville negro Bronson Democratic nomination for to Maxville) as soon as Clerk B. K. of Trent r uri, :

lie made cheaply enough to be favor of expanding our armed | : action. was a "wise boys for the murder of storekeeper Mrs. Mary, the State senator from Levy County Road 13 Is completed.WANTKD Attorney Ferryman for t'litinmt (.|j ,
foods. with little forcen, especially the navy, as follow. Louise Curtis, white four -
In common course to Lewis by
I I
t i B
,
put blunt Instrument over Halley NOTICK OK
At the same who was killed with a sterilized (boiled) cotton APPUt\Tl,
rapidly as possible. of precincts roil T\\
+ i expense. recount two ACED: :
of businesson votes, a \ .
could eat green grass time It la equally apparent that BOLD 110w-UI'S CONTINUE In her place The recount of the rags with, no buttons. No NOTICE"' .'. mil \o. ,111I1 |
ti If man affirmedby revealed. ( IS
1938, were JIEIlhBt:
tike animals he would get all the we have no fixed military policy, Miami-A bold daylight rob- August 6, Court. The Otter Creek and Chlefland pre pants. Will pay 5-cents per]I That T. J. Alderman' hnlc.f"Certificate |
Ukt except D. Raw grass Is and that no one really knows second this week the State Supreme made under court pound for those meeting our Nunthf: >ri.4 tmit
vitamins bery-Mlaml's Willie B. Clay, Na cincts was 368 Issued the 7th. dav
palatable, however, and when just how strong we must becomeIn -netted $100 cash and a $500 boys are Edward order and gave Perdue a total approval. Bradford County 1930 and 267 Issued the )rd a
not But of the strength of thaniel Walker: and August, 1131 hat filed ...
vitamins. the light man ai
(t undrled, It lows diamond ring for a holdup Powell. Each are less than 16yeah of 1740 votes to 1736 for Lewis. Telegraph. office and hut nude IPP\\
of
the agricultural possible enemies. One school motorcycle.The filed for tax dei'd to be
In recent years who escaped on a con A writ of mandamus was by Issued I''
of They were OK" APPLICATION Raid certificate,
discovered thatulckdrylng holds that If Hitler wins of age. NO'l"Irt ri-xneclli
dentists: have thought victim was operator an degree murder, Perdue seeking a recount of Otter Foal" TAX USED: brace the following den'rlbd
first
preserves most of America will be faced with the Army and Navy store on busy victed of for : Creek after the county 'canvassing .te BUI N... 16 3) ertlea In the County of En
without a recommendation NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN !State of "Florida
of Immediate militaryand : to-nlf
i the vitamin content. potentiality North Miami Avenue, less than board totals I showed That John D. DlKgs holder of Tux All NW'of .- Rt
this for human food, the economic Invasion. This three blocks from Flagler Stieet. mercy Lewis the winner by six votes Certificate No. 88, Issued the 7th S Twp. 8 S. H 21.ff.it N,
Trying the school of thought is led, so far i revolver to day of September A. D. 1918. baa embraced under --ertlfkatt\ N
Kaaaas City chemists dried The bandit used a, SCHOOL AT AIR BASE Both parties agreed to a recountof filed game In my office and has and
flush high tempera- all'the publicists are concerned overpower the merchant who was additional the two precincts before a made application for alaE deed ,. NE% of Si:t, &.NI', of v
t'' era** in a JacksonvilleAn Said certificate PK< of SK" !Sec
observed thereon.
Walter Lippman, who to be Issued 4 ; Ttti| |
and by make change.
'a ture. Then they powdered It opening his safe to $3,000,000( for the Naval Air Station hearing on the writ of mandamus embraces the following; de- 22 10:., 60 Acres, In embraced
s that !If it Is sealed In containers In a recent column that the great An unarmed bandit Tuesday took Is could be heard.UNDERGROUND norlhed properly In the County of certificate No 267
Points
round
t the of the past have never of a : at Black and Piney Biadtord. State of Florida, to-wlt: I The a".Hm..nt of the a4arty
filled with nitrogen, conquerors $(40 from the operator In the preparedness All NWVi\ of SWM W of lly, under mild :rtlfuitt N:
last unimpaired for stopped-they have gone on until finance company on downtown provided HANGERS: Sec. 15 Tp. 8 S. Range 22 Eattt, wait In the name of C L. Pwl
vitamins like Alexander, they dominatedthe measure now before Congress. containing 9 Acres, more or lend. the assessment it the mi
about two years. Biscayne Boulevard. The( appropriation would go for Jacksonville,-In view of the The assessment of the said property arty under said -rlifif. ti y
world, or, like Napoleon, certificate In the tl Edw
was green stains. national defense program under the eald IH-I was nanu 4
objection extensive
One the establishment of an enlisted of H. trine Rogers
clime to a Waterloo. Their past xtied nan In the name
The chemists said they had overcome In words, breed GEORGIANS INDICTED men's trade school on the 3260- use of the Municipal Airport Young.. I I Unless mild C'w'ttricatteredeemed i
this by changing the grass successes other Gainesville, Florida tobacco for the construction ol Unless said certificate hall be according to II
.
Jack-
of
suture campaigns. And, the very acre reservation south redeemed' according to law, the properties d Hirihut tht>r li .
to a neutral yellow color. I' producers .who complied with I sonville. It was announced underground hangers and other property described' therein Illt be I I Hold: to the blithest bidder. i I
grass filet that their people are hungry of the highest. bidder; Courthouse doni 'in 1 llu ire
said powdered the Mold to
has been tendered
The report provisions would facilities,
marketing quota protected ,
$5,000,000 ,
and exhausted makes It necessary Thursday that courthouse door on the first Monday day in the Month 1 'J"t
contains 280,000 1 n t e national I I I their armies Agricultural Adjustment Act of be allocated to the station here by the City Commission tc, In the month of June, 1940,I I which Is the Ird Jay"| ol
of vitamin A against from for them to force Interested to know I In which In the 3rd day of June, 1940. 1940.
be a
will
units 1933 the Federal government. .
I
on, In search of new resources for expansion purposes yesterday's Hated this 30th day of April, Dated this 5th day )1 l V I.,
..
1000 up to 12,000 units for equal that court action .is now being. dispatch said the $3.000.000 resolution the Commission pointed 1940 1940
I and new victories. SKAI.i A, J T 1\
OFFICIAL
quantities of all fruits and vege- taken In cases where mere isi for the trade school was an additional :, out that underground airport I Clerk(OFFICIAL of Circuit I Ldourt.of" Bradford Thomas Clerk< of Circuit Court ot BT
tables. The other school of thought to show that certain be of Incalcul' i Florida l-lt ,n
I evidence I amount, had been found to County, S-3 6t 6-JI: County
In B-l. the nerve vitamin, grass] pooh-poohs this theory about 1001 persons evaded or failed\ In 1933
rata 1300 units agalnat a range per cent. It believes that the to comply with the act In the

of 70 to 160 In fruits and vege victor In the present European state of Georgia says H. G. Clayton
tables. It alao contains the B- war will be so worn out that It state AAA administration

complex, which Is a halfdozenor will take generations before I its officer RK14aIaka
more other vitamins asnoclated energies can be sufficiently renewed

with lt-1. These Include the nicotinic to make more campaigns PLEDGES; AID OF STATE: WElL T

acid which prevents pel- possible Ex-President Hoover j Tallahassee, Governor Cone
lags and riboflavin, a factor has subscribed to this theory I in 'offered: to President Roosevelt

pnrtant for a good skin and 1m-I several magazine articles and "the fullest cooperation of the I
growth. In riboflavin the speeches And John T, Flynn, authorities of this state IncludIng
ha 11,000 units ogulnst 200 I to I one of the foremost of the Isolationist myself in the furtherance r of

Ill units In fruits and vegetable columnists, recently wrotean national defense. lie Instructed
Crass apparently contains air article In which he scathingly) Florida sheriffs to maintain a 1 1we'll

the "gray hair factor" an us yet decried the Interventionist position close watch for "efforts of disloyalty
not fully Inclentlfied part of the and observed that the English and subversive attempts

I B-comptex. This has darkened and Germans alike found It I against the government of the

haJr of laboratory animals and exceedingly difficult to move any United States and of this slate

baa bad a Blight effect- In darkening considerable number of troops and ordered thut any suspicious
graying human hair with equipment into Norway a circumstances be reported to him

In C, the scurvy vitamin, the few hundred miles from English and to federal authorities.
grass was rated, at 28,000 units and German ports, and used that give

P against/ 500 to 200 units for fact to illustrate what he believes KILLED UHILE: UnITING '

Xrults and vegetables. to be the Impossibility of moving Bradenton,-John G. McKeehan
.
Crass also has E, the fertility a large Invading army across I' 37, Sarasota aviator, died here of I you a Better ,
vitamin Lately K has been I either the Atlantic or Pacific. injuries received when his crop '

found to be Important also to Irrespective or who Is right. In dusting plane crashed Into an Deal too /
nerves and has cured some cases this controversy, It seems certain orange grove after striking a ,

of human paralysis. 1 that military expansion will go on high palmetto tree. He was
There Is no vitamin D In the here. It Is rumored that the dusting a tomato field north of

&raa Normally human beings Japanese navy Is dangerously Bradenton when the accident oc on a
make their own i) from sunshine close to parity with 'ours and curred. After dusting a corner

and food product D also comes that Nippon has new battleships of the field. McKeehan attempted .
from fish oils. of a type superior to any we I to lift his plane but brushed the ,' :> '...'.. ?t;", '..v \ U

The grass I'I only a source of posnvss. Late reports from the i top of the tree, and the craft {f-;" ; ",.;: .' .
.,
vitamins and not a substitute foray European front Indicate that Germany went out of control.TO tr: : : .. pi
,, ., .t. :
and ., : _
of the usual fruits vega has new fighting planes '.-' ;;: ..t : ,
tables. against which our best planes, USE TINY ENGINEAn 5 ::.:,fJi, ,'.
such as we have supplied the Allies automobile of tomorrow f". ,>,>> ,,0q <<'i.. >.

Mrs. Mary Scruggs lire Inadequate. And then will be powered by a tiny suit >tf-, '.:

can be no question as to the case-size engine that will go: 30 > ,i.;'?.,@: "
Mrs, Mary Sullivan Scruggs, weakness of the American army. to 33 miles\ on a gallon of gasoline ?{..\ .w!
::1 .
<
>
.
90. a native of Klngsley Lake It woefully lacks .anti-aircraft at 60 miles an hour, a motor '

ass. a resident of Alachua County; guns, tanks, and other essentials fuel authority predicted early: '" '
for the post 40 years died In according to the army high command this week. Dr. Gustav Egloff of .;

Tampa lust Friday following\ s a itself, as well as lay com Chicago said he had worked _
lingering Illness Funeral service menta tors. with representatives! of an Internationally 9

and burial were In Tampa. The trouble Is that we have not known corporation In

decided upon any fixed defense development of the motor. It \ _

Another Lease On Life program-and it Is obvious to. will be at the rear of the car t
_ anyone that the kind of army and with power transmitted by a direct '

Information from Washington, navy and air force needed to defend I drive from motor to axle.

IX C.. states that John J. Mc- our own territorial shores I Is

Kntee, director of the Civilian vastly different from the kind we CONK FilmS l EMI-LOIES: ...
Conservation Corps has just would need to defend the far- Tallahassee,-Mrs. Ella Nelll, .T

sAgned an order continuing Camp', flung' Philippines, or to again assistant secretary to Gov. Fred
1>1Ii (Gold Head 1)ranch) until send an A. 10.::. F. to Europe. In P. Cone was notified last week .i '

Jesse 30th.WOCNECK. an election year' with both parties that her services no longer will ...
trying to win the voters by be needed !In the Governor's office. :" 11I>, .
any possible means there fa little Twenty-one employee of e'I". ',, :: +t 'CF R'b'u ; u .j j-:
RIA a'.
chance of a program being the Motor Vehicle Tag Department ,'t.Y'
; ;
-. ,.
defined -In all probability. It will received dismissal notices. "

remain as vague and Indecisive Those dropped from the tag department

...... ke666Croat as it Is at present. The subject payroll received letters

!a too full of political dynamite signed with the name of Commissioner MORE- of the count
to appeal to the Offlce-eeekerst D. W. Finley. The letters good things that
Oa TAguU Is easier and safer simply to said: "In reducing the office

talk in general terms of national personnel it is necessary to

t defense. discontinue your services as of 8-CYLINDER PERFORMANCE with POST P""'"" calf
today." proved Hllgill IIIil..gumoog FIHGER-T1P fiEAISHIFT ON STEERING 'Od

Odd Potato and Berry all three leading low-priced cars in this year's Gilmore-Yosem- ,acting mechanical type, not dependent upon engine-
RETIRES; : AFTER M YEARS ice Economy Run models
ore txtra ehirgtlNEW
T. S. Williams dug a freak Klsslmmee,-Miss Emma Yow-
..%In dully no milk.MN I Irish potato out of his patch ell 78, told three generations of THE RIDE OF THE YEAR I Soft quiet safe and exceptionally FRONT WINDOW VENTILATION CONTROL !

the hoof" one lay last week. With a little former pupils here at closing easy on tire wear! LUX 111'
]
t"nda"'" are stretch of the Imagination it school exercises that she was INCREASED ROOMINESS, QUIETNESS, INTERIOR

.. world. Our somewhat resembles a small boy, ending her teaching career by LONGEST SPRINGBASE IN ANY LOW-PRICED CAR!

to this sitting down, and eating another stepping; "aside "for a younger
> rfwtlon.up its potato. It may be seen at the'clegraph's : girl.! Miss,, Yowell, who has BIGGEST HYDRAULIC BRAKES IN ANY LOW-PRICED CAR I :
.1 purity office Dorothy Williams taught for 53 years in Florida' a FOR Dv ,

Le*. An extra brought In a large fan- schools: and two years before' SEALED-BEAM HEADLAMPS! Longer life, COt better light
the beet low shaped strawberry which she that at her native town of Rob-

'. picked from her father's patch ley. 111., will be among the first
Monday morning. in the state to obtain a pension

under the 1939 Florida Teachers' J. "W. ANDREWS JR.

: &: C'KEAM: Engraved sympathy acknowledgements. Retirement plan. She started
IVIi\ery Inexpensive.Br'ad'' her Florida school service In a ,

ford County Telegraph. ].l, one-room Polk County school. STARKE, FLORIDAFL




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L\Y SI, 191I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAUIU-J, FLORIDA ___, PAGE nmEB
I ,
VarietyAt GUM BRANCH BROOKER i

Lettuce By Miss Elizabeth IlarnagoMr. I GRAHAM HAMPTON ful Eye." "What Manner of LoveIs EVERGREEN f
By )(rw. L L. Parker toy Mrs L. C. Smith This?" will be used for the .
Lawtey By Alia Ada Nlmmo By 1\1... K. A. Hosier ( ..;1
,, and Mrs. F 3.: Sapp were evening service. I
pre- in Jacksonville The Ladles Aid met at the Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers housekeeping Aid Project Mr. and. Mrs. Joe of "\-I''
ot Lawtey visiting: Friday home of Mrs. The Rev. and Mrs. C A. War- Copeland : ',
Moore recently ot last week. Chas Hardy last were visiting the latter's staler The only Housekeeping Aid Jacksonville here : '< f
Telegraph Thursday. The 'Mrs ren and Mr. and Mrs. 1(. B. spent Saturday :
the head of lettuce as Mrs. L. L. Conner Mlsa Elna will be held at next the meeting Jeanette Howard of Fairbanks Project in the County Is located Watterson attended the annual with B. E. Rosier. ,I J; ?

tine a seen It was of Conner and Lorner Conner were Mrs. L. A. Brown. home of I I I Sunday. I on the first floor of the City Hall sing at O'Brien last Sunday.The i I{I Miss Lorene Rosier, Mrs. W. 1C. ', t'.
Each
e IlIIperlnl ever 847 variety that visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shawof ber Is asked to be present. mem-After Wales Mrs. Austin Fowler of Lake here. It Is under the supervision Rev. L. J. tterke. of Sha- Lee, and Miss Marjorie Carmichael 1' .. \

developed la the past the State Farm Sunday. I an hour In 'Mr.i' was visiting her parents, of Mrs. Minnie A. Johns. A nokin. Pa., has been the guest of Ocala were visitingMiss '
spent sewing, the and Mrs. J, A J.
McKinney number of I
n ladies
are employedand '
i,
and ls Miss Elizabeth Harnage spent i guests were served delicious Of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn. He Louise Rosier Sunday after- /
refreshments recently.
years. Itup' are oelected from certified '
Florida conditespecially the first of last week with her by the hostess. I will return to his home soon. noon.. : I r
10 well asia'S Revival services sewing room clients in the county. I '
began at the
equally as uncle and aunt. -Mr. and Mrs. W I Mrs. Emory Hazen Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Pringle of Mrs. Maggie Forsythe Is visit- ,
and underwent Baptist Church During House Week"hE're.
"Open
famed 'iceberg H. Graves in Umatilla. | Monday night. Green Cove Springs were visiting ing her (children Mr*! Roy Saunders I "
to give a minor operation last Tuesday. The Rev G. E. Cutshaw of the work was well exhibited -
prove I here last Sunday. They were accompanied Mrs. Joe and!
Copeland l i
eventually Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand I
I The ,
sewing club i, 1
enjoyed Starke The "
of the a day will conduct the services large assembly hall
share home by Mr. Pringle'sgrandmother Eugene For In Jacksonville.
rightful children of Hellbronn ythe
Is were last week on the river the i I Lj I,;
fishing. I throughout the week. The publIc by use of screens and curtains -
Mrs. Matllc
A.
visiting Mr and Mrs. J. S. Mr. and Mrs. Willie I.
Reddish
Sapp '
Dlarket Everyone \
small reported a nice time is cordially Invited to attend. was divided into different Ward.
More began In a Sunday afternoon. and plenty of fish were caught apartments. First a large and children were visiting Mr. 'I. I{ '
imperial I Rev. Derke of Pennsylvaniawas Mr. and Mrs. R C. Turck and
beds of Miss Alice Edwards was the for dinner. I and Mrs. J. E Rosier Saturday ; I
""* two and has found a recent guest! of her brother-In- I in our section Monday night. roomy living room was arranged I daughter, Alma I of Michiganwere night. J
;\
year Lee Gainey made a business Mrs. Carl of with a beautiful living room suit, I
for Wynn
Hampton recent guests of Mrs.
IIIIIrket in Jacksonville law and sister Mr. and Mrs. trip to Starke table desk, and everything, for Pansy Reddish spent vt.e week- :'I' ; p 1
Wednesday. and Mrs. Niram
He has already Tate Alvarez of Rising. I I Wynn of Jack- Turck's mother, Mrs. Ida Max- end with Vanlce Rosier. : 'l
duced convenience. baskets of
his small Silas Goolsby of Miami was sonville were visiting Mr. and Large Mrs C. I "
A. >
from Those
$60 attending the sing at well.Miss Prlngle. Mrs. 81. "
around believed visiting relatives Mrs. L. C. Smith Monday magnolia wisteria, and gladioli, Eloise Pickren is .J j
here spend .
saY It la Rising were: Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Tuesday. Clair Moseley, and Mrs. Karl I
he> were placed about the room mak-
g, acres of this new Norman and daughter Dorthea, Mrs Annie Pinholster, Mrs. I I Much Interest was shown In ing this week In Jacksonville Moseley were visiting B. E. ''I j, .
It
evernl ing very beautiful: and pleasant -
will be planted> around and W. H. Carter.Mr. Rosa Plnholstcr and Miss Lu- the work, and progress of the In the next division was a with Miss relatives.Miriam Rosier Sunday afternoon. :J J'f L 1'1" I'
has returnedfrom
bedia Pinholster WPA Sewing Room last week. Guy
next year and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and were in Starke hospital bed. and baby bed, both the Woman's I I
123 College at
people registered during the
son Bobby of Sampson City spent Wednesday. draped in fluffy white. A neat Tallahassee to the BETIIEL ''I
spend summer
CITY the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. WB' are sorry to report that week dining room and a kitchen were vacation here with her By Mrs. I2. I>. .00(1..1 f!
6yiPSOF S, S. Sapp. Mrs. H. H. Mott is In We are glad to report Mrs. parents. I
Dyal the Ala- arranged in the rear of the build I" ,
:
John of
chua Berry Dyal who has been very Guy Fountain N. C., Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Rlchey and :
County Hospital. She: underwent
Vnrnes Is visiting -I I ill, as much improved. We wish ing. In. spending his vacation with his family of Gainesville and Mrs. j.
Hattie PaUtka this week. Get College Degrees an Latest appendectomy last Tues her a speedy recovery. Through this Housekeeping Aid parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Kvle: Johnson and daughter ""i ,.
.in day. reports are that she I
a J. E. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starlingand Project, under-privileged families Guy. visited relatives here Monday
and Mrs I B. Cody, principal of the is improving. .1 I
Dyal and daughter, Lawtey junior-high school, will I children Myrtle Mildred and I' are given assistance. The em- night. Mrs Johnson remained :

I 'lIIis Mrs H A. Prescott and receive his degree as Bachelorof Miss Reba Lee hardy has been Leslie were visiting the former's'I ployes out from this wellequipped Another Queer Egg over for election day and .will '''fi;

Lucile were visitingd Arts in Education at the Uni- spending her vacation with her brother{I and sister-in-law, Mr. training project are able to return to Gainesville Wednesday.' I

er. ,' Mrs Lacy Rigdon In versity of Florida's annual spring parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas and Mrs Harley Starling of LaCrosse render first aid treatment. Theyare Jeff Lewis, Industrious Bradford 'I Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Allen spent .

Sunday commencement 27. Hardy. Sunday. good dieticians, and under County farmer has just the week-end with Mrs. D. D. :
[ May .
nville Among those on our sick list the advice of a physician, may brought in the latest to our odd- Woodard. They returned front I I.I j '
Leo, Also this .
. Lula Hines and son, receiving degree at this week are Mrs. Ellis demons give relief to suffering humanity, their .
collection. Ills contribution to .
wedding Olustee.Miss
trip
egg j
RISING 'I
Star- time will be
the Norman
tr Mrs. Dewey same L. ,
and
Mrs. John Clemons
Mrs.
Supper A Surer Is an elongated specimen that Edna Gllnnon has returned '.
'
Gainesville were dInnerof Johns, son of L. D. Johns of By Mrs. II. II. Lewis! \ '
Edna Crews and
f Mrs. John The Chicken Supper, given by bears a faint resemblance to a home from Palatka where 'i'; 1
Willis
and Mrs. Starke. A graduate D. H S.,
Mr Johns entered the University Thomas is in Jacksonville with The Rev. Garrett Boat He left WPA Sewing Centers of the bowling alley tenpin.linmiiitiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii' she spent the past month.
-Sunday. young her son. We are glad to report Wednesday for his home In county and sponsored here by the I'. .,
in 1936 and has
earned his
I. W. T Menshew of Lake that all are improving Bakersvllle N. C., after First Baptist church was a ', "" vlmr"'UI'nlltlfllljll/llllltllllllIllllllllllfllllml411111''!! !!!'!!''!/! !!!!!! '''' ylwmuumyuuuuuuuul4nwnuluplmmpumu"uhrmin' "' ''' ''l'lmlmmumnurq'' I ; i. I;
regular appoint- college expenses by teaching. He Miss Thelma Lee and spendinga mil'i uiiniiuiiiinwiiiuu.,, .'i...,'.j.iiiii,,"" .iiiiui..iNiiiiiiliiiiuiiiiilllii( '/ ':."iiii'..iiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiMiiuiaii.uiiuiiiiii] ..i WtlIIpIWIIWrIYWWaWWIW4YINW"' "' ''' '''''' : [,
| filled his Starling few days with H. C Hobbs. marked success. Two hundred' f
will be principal of the Hellbronn ,
Ward have been If.If .
here Sunday school next Levy visiting The Rev. II. M. Tillman of and twenty suppers were served. '.1'

R Graves, who is employed elementary year. friends in Wauchula. Jacksonville and the Rev. W. A. Last week was!/ "Open House '. .r'
jisonville, spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch Davis of Georgia were recently Week" for WPA Projects. The I' !

Ire with his family. Honorable Mention and son of Raiford and Mr. and visiting the Rev. N. T. King. doors were thrown open to the i I 'II

R. Craves, who Is employed A. O. and Sarah F. Jenkins, Mrs A'rtford Brown of Sampson Miss Myrtle Thornton of Gum public. The large rooms, bothIn i ; :; k
fckBonvllle, spent the week- City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Branch is spending a few days the upper and lower stories of lit 1I kjs
fre with his family. instructors in the Wateroak colored L. A. Brown Sunday.WOODLAWN. I with Mr. and Mrs Paul Under- the City Hall were beautifully I 'I js jsI (,
I
Jones made a'' school, received honorable bill. decorated with huge baskets of I It !
Hampton "
trip to Gainesville Sat- mention in a teachers and students Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and magnolia, hydrangea, and gladioli. It 1I 1//,

poster contest conducted by By Mrs. Oscar Carter Mrs. W. C. Conner spent Thurs- ;
day with Mr. and Mrs. lllshop The Sewing Room, with Mrs. I
and Mrs. A V. Varnes Southern Educational Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillipsand Thomas of LaCrosse. Effle Bedenbaugh as foreman I 1 1I 1m
fa to Haw-' Inc., of Washington D. C. Three
business trip
Misses Grace and Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Lee Haltwanger displayed beautiful handiwork.On .t .
Saturday schools( of Bradford County sub- Green of Starke were visiting t
I of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. the walls were lovely dresses I II '
(and Mrs Orin Harper were mitted work. There were only Mrs. Gladys Carter Sunday after-
and loIn Walter Underhill Wed for ladies and children.
g Mr, and Mrs. Curtis I two other honorable mentions
noon.Mr. nesday. The work was all skillfully and t
awarded in Florida. !
i Sunday and Mrs. O. J. Norman Mrs. K. J. Lewis recently returned neatly performed and the garments I I

and son. Gene, spent the week- i home after visiting her made of bright, beautiful I r

FUNERAL DIRECTOR end in Jacksonville with' Mr. and children In Ft. Myers and Plant material, formed a pleasing background r I '

r Many Years Experience Makes It Feasible for Me to RenderEFFICIENT Mrs.Mrs.Marvin Leaman Wood Norman spent City for many other phases of DR. A. W. BLOODWORTHOPTOMETKIC }jt i't: ti
The Rev. and Mrs R. L.
work. During the week more
PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Sunday with Mrs. Joe Holmes. Warren of Hampton were visiting ';
than 200 visitors were welcomedand i EYE SPECIALIST :
MODERATE PRICKS Oscar Carter Wade Gaskins, ,
the Rev. N. T. King Mon- the work exhibited and explained I :
DeWITT C. JONES and Floyd Denmark made a business day afternoon. by an attendant .I Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy :
trip to Warm Springs, Ga., I I I I 1
Starke Florida Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Herseyand '
Sunday.Mr. children, Leon, Marvin and There will be services at the Every Wednesday 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.:1: .t : ',

and Mrs. Troy Bennett and William of Jacksonville spent the I Baptist. church next Sunday, June 1 I 'I! ;:-
2nd The subject for the morn- ..... '
children of Lawtey were visiting I weekend with Mr and Mrs. W. j I 4upnmlmmlpmlmlmemminnpmmnml4mnmm', "", "' '''mupslmulmntlmum4pnnlmmuWlmpmlmmnm/mmnnmuamlrrmmnmr' '''' ' "" / 'm" mnnmlmmI' ,
l'f Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thompson C. Conner. jjMe. I II ing will be "Under God's. Watch IIIImImNIfltlNIIIIIIHmII1111mIItmtl4111IWWnIeIIIld14111Y1n,, !" '''' ''' ''''' ''' ''IpIIIlAIN11In141IIWnImlptltllmIlppplllppnpppllYllullillNll' '! ,, !' ""ltlnnI4llNNnlllml,' ''' I "i' Dim' ,',-'riiiijill.' 1t5 ,

,J. Sunday. .. !I ;. and Mrs Russell, Carter ..
--- ------ -- --- --
Mr. and Mrs. i. 11. Thompson and children of llbronn were

of Miami were visiting relatives I recently visiting Mr. and Mrs.

9 here last week. H. II. Lewis ''
Mrs. Gladys Carter was visiting Mr.: and Mrs. Jennings Thomasof I It

Mrs. Grace Norman at Law- Alabama were visiting Mr. and 'JleIIA8.

tey Saturday. Mrs E. C Lewis Friday. I i

?: Do Your Tradingwhere Mrs. Avery Sapp of Miami Among those who attended the t : .h. .
was visiting friends and relatives Homecoming Day, that convened I .

6 pieces Rogers Silverware are here last week. I with the Buford Grove Church

given with $40 in trade Mrs. J. M. Hudson of Wildwood at Hilllard, were: Mr. and Mrs.R. II .
away every
| certificates.Are was visiting her brother, J. S. R. Crosby and family and Mr. I

Redeemed Norman, Saturday. and Mrs.\ R. M. Crosby and family
Mrs. J. S. Norman and daughters and H. H Lewis.

II'I '-hoIf SMITH'S GARAGE Mamie Lou, and Lois were Miss Mildred Thomas of LaCrosse -
lou (
STARKE, FLORIDA shopping In Starke Friday afternoon spent last week with Miss p

I Irene Lewis.

Mr. and Mrs\ Elam Lewis and

I daughter of Boatdraln were visit-
ing Mis E J. Lewis Sunday. 1,1)
Nelson Thornton of Baldwinwas \

rT visiting Jack Underhill Sat. i bfl11'1 : _1# 'T'y .
urday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underbillare I. tvfIV ,

the proud parents of a baby Y .Y

c girl Glendemarll born May ]8. V.ifftit nk .

JTOI

INGE VANDERBILT

By Miss Effie Crawford
,. i 4041P / .
Mr. and' Mrs. Levy Norman

-'I'' and family were the dinner
',.
.
..: '.' guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Rosier and. family of Wood-


r lawn.Mr.. and MM Allen Howard

and children of Gainesville were

visiting Mrs Howard's parents,

-_) w Mr. and Mrs J. H. Manning,

r Saturday night.
\ Miss Lorena Rosier of Wood-
lawn spent the week-end with i

Miss Velma Norman.

Mr. and Mrs Rufus) Alvarez

r and children were visiting Mr.
.1. and Mrs. Ed Wasden and familyof

Waldo Sunday

Miss Iris Sapp of Jacksonville

i spent the week-end with her parents -

Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Sapp.
Ito
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Normanand
family were visiting Mr and : t't

h Mrs. Horace Rosier In Gainesville ,

1 Sunday afternoon.
NN.x Miss Easter Manning of Starke

spent the weekend with her par-
a '
-. ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Manning 't r ,
!
-.
Mrs Eugene Ellis of Worth- CocaColaicccold in familiar"v r
,
,
LIGHTING
SAFE WITH I MODERN L Ington Springs and Mrs. J. W.

You woukln I P .p "" oid laehionsd' the old, VIBE "hor late._ Knight and daughter, Sandra, of red coolers is around the corner from ..

Ise.b.ouatul carnage..glartGtllk. Why light live with co modem ndollontngll en screw a Baer lighting Into and present a ch.rrplil.w hstuns and Lake Mrs.Butler F. M.were Norman visiting Friday.Mr. anywhere. Simply because millions we!. >./! w

adapter-t. eena'one p lighting handsotw lUll"' ''.at. < were visiting Mr.
"b
Bridge
modereo don. t ,have b put Long
that you '
: bght eondenotarlp::. ortodtmedarl 1 e and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and family Coca-Cola. They like the clean, pleas

'. A """:. Mr a _14waa:. ._-. Sunday afternoon. ing taste of this drink familiar to all. t. I .
., ,'(/. ... re...rl tar Ywetl1=.::..... == ew Levy :oruafl and mother, Mrs.F. ,!
.. .I -
,".._ .Ina I.. Ya..M ,saY..eM1wsea. M. Norman were in Jacksonville And they like, too, the refreshed feeling c .
uo'u .' ,.or .. .IS noa'' on business" Monday morn- a .

.j..I"n 1 that follows its tingling goodness. cc., .

"'co'.BITIflHllli! : Ing.Mrs.. Muriel Norman of Van- f
:tnlu; few days In Jacksonville '
derbilt spent a
THE PAUSE THAT REF REo. .
last week with her sis :

J. G. SPENCERManager ter. Mr*. D. N. Denmark.A BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY of TUB COCA-COLA co. BY :: .Ji' e Z

large number of folks from BOTTLING COMPANY "r' r
: COCA-COLA
STARKE
DEALER this section attended church services -
SEE ELECTRIC 1
us OR YOUR at Corinth last Sunday.

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( FRIDAY, 91AY
; TELEGRAPH STABKE. FLORIDA 1I,
.', BRADFORD COUNTY ----I yw
"", FACE FOUR
18 Young People Baptist Circles'' To Meet plentiful and lnexpenSv|
number for Presbyterian ,

I'\'f SOCIETY and CLUBS 1 same years .telephone. 118--in case you don't t Install New Officers The Circles of the Woman's 1 Orange Pie
cup water.
know by this time Missionary Society of the Baptist -

___ __ __n_ .__ .___ -- Speaking of friendship Lucille Installation of the new Officers Church will meet as follows: 1 cup sugar

Christiano-St. John Annual District Meeting Several Couples Married Mizell & Josephine Mllllgan Just of the Young Peoples held Societyof at the Circle No': 1, Mrs L. G. Powell 4 1 tablespoon tablespoons cornste!'rl:
flour
Sigma'Chi was
friendli-
about take the cake for will meet with Mrs. Olivia Plain
Woodmen Circle Here TodayThe 'In Lake Butler RecentlyIt Bryant's Cafe Presbyterian C h u r.c h Sunday leader A few grains salt
work at o'clock Monday
Mr. .anj Mrs. Vincent S. St. ness-they Vesper Feeler at 3:30: 3-4 cups
John of Starke announce the Northeast Florida Districtof seems to be quite popular you know They can of see night as a Candle In Light charge were afternoon. 3 egg yolks.orange iuic.
a Those
the'other aide
marriage of their daughter Ruth. the Supreme Forest Woodmen lately for B radford County through to It Service. Yarbrough Circle No.2, Mrs. Arch
to Mr. Dominic Chrlatlano on I Circle will hold its annual meetIng couples to have the marriage wise crack too-and can dish Betty McRae Fay and Rod- Thomas co-leader will meet with I\loIIrlnjtue
In St Mary'a In Lake But out Just as fast as you can give Mary Alice Yarbrough 3:30 o'- 3 egg whites.
Monday, April 8th in the American Legion home ceremony performed sub- The old officers Mrs L. A. Rennolds at :
Rectory, Norwalk, Conn. today and tonight, the morning ler. During the past few weeks It While we're on the Mathews I ger Mathews. at the first I clock Monday afternoon. 1-4 cup sugar
have been among of "jokers"-mllk-man were on the platform 1 1-2 teaspoon
10:30 o'- the following Ject
at :
session beginning officers H. L. Hough g.apefruiu
3 Mrs.
The new Circle No. ,
to anybody; service.
Brown-Edwards MarriageIs the registration of the ceremonies performed by Is no runner-up of the Boil the ,
clock, with outta the called and given their leader will meet with Mrs. F. F sugar water and
make monkey were
officials he can a
:
Announced state and district officers and Union County Chas. H. 3:30 o'clock Monday half cup of the
delegates. Following the mornIng I Marcus Grlffls and Elizabeth fella who's not on his guard charge by the pastor Flume at : the ornnge }juice| 9
he's Jokin'-until afternoon. cornstarch ana
madeof I session, a luncheon and a both of Starke. You never know Allen. salt with
Announcement la being: Horn
fourth
feel like a Matron's. Circle, cup of the
It'. all over and you Officers for the following year The Young orange i
at Kingsley .
of Miss Lucille: swim will be enjoyed Annie I
the marriage Wilbur Thornton and
ask will and stir into
fool If you Miss Martha L. A. Canova leader, the
motley President. Mrs. bOillnC
prize .
Edwards, daughter of Mr. and I Lake. The afternoon session will both of Starke. are: "'I'
Mae Johns and
oughta have more sen- Vice-President, Miss meet at the home of Mrs. Guy sugar. When thick%,
Mrs. Edwards of Baldwin begin at l:|O." ,,->o"i me, we Mathews. ;
Roy Floyd King and Annie Crawford Miss Pat Lambe as co-- from ,the fire and
like his Secretary Miss
and Fate Brown son of Mrs. A banquetriwlll ;Lbe held in theWoman's sayumas Alice St. John; Sale with add th,
1 Henry Brown and the late, Mr. Clujbbudding' at six o'- both of Lawtey. There's no battle hotter'n the Margie Mathews; Treasurer Rich- hostess, Monday evening.Recipes.. yolks first stirring some tf
hot
mixture
Brown: of Starke on December clock, afterayvhirty members will Marriage licenses were Issuedto one going on now among the ard Jackson. Due recognitionwas I Into them.the Bet

31, 1930 In Tampa I adjourn to jihe-'Ljrlon home for : snow-ball wagons 'cording to hot. given to the outgoing presi- few pie and, meringue. cut Up
the evening/ '7:43.: : This session Freeman Starling and Gladys shlrted Judy McRae-all stralnln' dent, Jean Davis, who Is prepar- marshmallows and Place
Mrs, Brown was graduated """".
i from the Bradford County High Is open to the public, and every- I Garret both of Lawtey. for the business Judy says ing to spend the coming year at Pour Into a baked

: School and for the past few yearabaa one Is cordially invited to attend I Melvin Griffis of Starke and Robert (China) Jackson, Stanley the State College for Women at shell.My
of Clara Crawford of Lawtey..- Noegel & Luther Lennon launchedthe Tallahassee.The \ own original recipe.-Anil
been a member the faculty industry in Starke and set Young People of Sigma If you'vebad trouble lately I Courtmanch.

I .of the grammar school Food Sale SaturdayThe Youth Conference fund. Part of too good an example The lit- Chi are looking forward with getting your family to eat carrots --. -
; Mr. Brown also received his > the proceeds will also go to the tle wagons were thick as miteson great expectation to the coming Just try this brand new
1 education from the local high Presbyterian Sigma Chi i Intermediate Boys and Girls election day & night Young Presbyterian Peoples conference recipe which Is contributed by Mrs L. A. Davis. Mrl j:

school and at present Is a progressive members are having a food sale :camp fund. Housewives are urgedto Watch out competitors-the one during the last part of Mrs. M. F Brown. We'll be willing Brownlee Mrs. Miss Made Middle
E. K.
truck farmer. Saturday morning and afternoonIn purchase their Sunday supplyof with automobile tires has origin- June. It will be held this yearat to bet everyone will ask for George Perryman. and hi

'; 11% and Mrs. Brown are at front of the Western Auto baked goods from the young ality! May the best man win! Camp Olena Just out of High the second serving. wards and Roberts Mrs Hal E

home to their friends at one of Store Purpose of the sale Is to people on Saturday morning and That Carnival! Ruined me Springs on the Santa Fe River. .2 tablespoons butter or mar- Lawtey Mrs. I B CoJy
were
.the Hamrick Apartments: raise money for the Presbyterian afternoon. among ihose) fr,
the first nighthowthose garine.
financially the W. T. Weeks Chapter
things can eat up dough! Mrs. R. F. Clarke 4 tablespoons flour. United Daughters of the of i

Intermediate League I caught Mr. and Mrs. Hostess To AuxiliaryMrs. 3-4 cup milk.. eracy attending the Cunfi!

Entertains Mothers, Teachers l- Carolyn Callstreet George Anderson in the act of I 4 eggs, separated, District ;Three in Jacksonv meeting

makin' the rounds- leavln' no R. F. Clark was hostess 2 cups hot mashed cooked car- last Friday.

:Members of the Intermediate piece of ground un-touched, and I Thursday afternoon May 16, rots. ?
League of the Methodist Church to 1 soft bread crumbs..
The
way cup
her
no sight-unseen o'clock at
Salutationsfolks from three to five XOTICK TO :
and
Greetings from Noo Yawk my dear V.'D-1': '
entertained at Infor-
a delightful Thought there was Stafford Crews walkln', along douse your troubles is to get on home east of town, when she 1 teaspoon salt. IV TIIK C..Hf'.r ('OlHTOr-m
mal party Tuesday afternoon, a whlrl-l-glK and sling 'em out members of the Ladies 1 No.: 2 1-2 can (2 1-2)) cups KKillTII JIlmMI. linilnl
plenty of excitement at the last Call, bouncin' a paddle ball he'sjust entertained AM FOIL 11II.\'IIHII il
< 21 in the School
May Sunday of those
(first primary) election, but bought for his young, son at f. Nothing like one Auxiliary of the PresbyterianChurch peas. riONIIl\\ (II M.:.H.1
v-buildlng: In honor of their moth- to dignity, poise, 1 lump sugar Marguerite C. Ijiincm-t.-r 'I
things up-root
comparedto Wim- at a delightful party.
;' ,ersand School teachers. twasn't a-n-y-t-h-i-n-g the dime store Max Plaintiff
Sunday and Ask Dolly Lamb garlic clove.
supper and other -vaGeorJre-
gladioli
the second Not having so practlcin h 1caBtln'- tech- Sweetpeas
berly
I A, profusion of summer flow- about her episode on the swings used In Melt butter in top of double W. r.AnrnMte. ,
many men to worry about, and nique on dry land by Green'aStore summer flowers were Defendant. ,
ers, Easter lilies predominating, sick boiler add flour and blend. Add
she dog
as a
got ;
-says IN THRJ
HAM I') OK
whole brought decorating. THE
having the thing Spec he'll catch almostas tT A 1
were used In decorating the audi- tells It this : "Dorothy milk and slightly .beaten egg OF FLOHIDA, flllKnTI.NG 1
Dolly way
session -
brief business
brass tacks made Following a
right down to many that way anyway TO: George W.
torium where the guests assem Green and I got on that thing yolks, and cook until thickened. I.un'n.tur.b
the presi residence la unknnnn 1
things more nerve-wracking Pee Wee Durden here from presided over by
bled Each was presented with and started 'round & round. Add carrots crumbs and salt; You are hereby required A
goin | ti
Davis novelty >
white The Co-Ed class had the booth at Deland one night las' week dent. Mrs. E. M. to the Bill of rnmjilHlm fill,
attractive and
an green behind me, blend. Fold in stiffly beaten Rftt.r
was right egg
this Dorothy and contests were enjoyed.In agralnnt you on
the Court House timthey Doln' a little after-dark fiahin'with games or Ir
"League Booklet". and every once In a while she'd whites and turn into a well Monday the let day of Jul)', 4
and "measuring' -
& sold the "vegetable
sold & yelled and yelled bro-in-law, Harry Hope late.
The welcoming address was .. Made around $60 clear you had good luck, boys say: 'Look here Dolly; look behind contests the highest scorers greased ten-inch ring mold. Bakein It In further ordered that I ill
made by Patsy Keen, presidentof you,' and I would and from moderate oven of 350 dgeeresfor order be publisher) In the UriJiJ!
chose their
which goes toward lighting the But seemed to me you are get- own prizes Telegrraph.
the Intermediates, and short WOOOOOOOO !. !I.,and she'd say 30 minutes or until firm. Count a mmu
tennis courts; more power to 'em! In' a mighty late start those pooled at the beginning of ed In Maid ( 0111111 01: Bt>
talks were given by committee It and I'd look again and from ford, once each w.3< fur
again, Meanwhile, heat liquor peas hconsecutive
the Each brought
"Little Jimmy" Hollings- Bill Long home for the week- party. guest weeks .
chairmen, outlining current and worth was around, eyeing the end from the U. of F. .. His everything was' goin' round & an Inexpensive prize, wrapped in with the lump of sugar which WITNESS my hand . proposed work. We sick we :. clove seal this 30th dny 01 Ma f
round. were no has been rubbed with garlic ) A.
eats and he was too
good saying tresses shorn short In approved newspaper. 1940.
Those taking part on the pro- broke to do anything but look collltch boy style Clara couldn't wait till the thing stop I Mrs. Clark, assisted by Mis8 until liquor has evaporated two- (OFFICIAL SAL \ That
gram were: Virginia Sewell, Rebecca 'Noticed Grace Wainwright & Louise Peek over from Lake But- ped to get off. We saw a big Margie Mathews, Miss Jean thirds. Add peas and heat. Turn Clerk Circuit Cow 11 4t I

: Simpson Shirley Colley Mrs J M. Brownlee down at the ler an' wearln a "sissy" hat truck not far away, and ran fort Davis and Miss Alta Smith carrot ring'out on chop plate. IN "'II" C'OI"VI".111.....:"
Merry Beth Knight, and Ida Lulu booth early, looking cool & One of those big floppy affairs ( ; and the minute we got be- served tempting refreshments of Fill center of ring with peas. UK.t1)10111) f silt\It. FI.UHIU 1111

Davis. cooperative 'Saw Ethel Biggs First time I ever .saw that hind it,. we ---- lost our sup- pineapple sundae, cookies, and Serves eight.Individual. off In the Mary Wnltrr Jane of IJ...the rr, KMal df; *.....f4,
At five o'clock refreshmentsof coming out of the Court House happen per Then we. went and candy. ring molds may be TO WHOM IT 11'UM''R'

!sandwiches, cookies and Iced with a satisfied look; she even Slaplngoatylla Coeleatlnas I bought some hot dogs Our used in place of the large mold. and This claimants U to notify ntcum if) n.reditf P01 J

tea seemed a little dignifieduntilshe (Bradford County orchids) to stomachs were empty so we had L. G. Powell and John Powell of Mary Jane Hovel rile r I
; carrying out a color scheme Rltch Then to fill 'em up again, didn't we ? their We to Miss Anita claim or cltilinx vs n t eu i
:" saw Evelyn Geo. Manassu for some mighty accompanied by cousins are indebted
months from 'II'Mt. nunsthis
ofikceen' and white were served. alas, It was shattered to bits good pitchers lately Coursewe Then we went up on the ferris Miss Pauline Boyd and Miss Etta Courtmanch for the following notice with Unit i K Per'i

A dainty linen handkerchief the two went into one of their miss Mina sumpln' tunlble' wheel ," WOW! And I thoughtI Fripp, of Hardeevllle, S, C., spent original recipe for orange pie. to man aa County provided Juilfti by ". III') 'I i

wrapped with green and white typical clinches Hut's nice to know we can' was leadin a pace! several days last week in Key Here Is another use for those delicious claim will be barred n 'at tij

ribbon was placed on the plateof Thoughtless thoughts: Wonder: have good shows even when she's I[ Nancy Lightfoot found sick her kitten -. ,I West with Miss Frlpp's brother oranges which we Florid- of Thin limitations.list day it tLu A.

each honor guest. The presi how Dot Sale sees to drive? gone Wonder if others went ; was undel'theiteps, : and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs. Ians often fall to appreciate, 1940. ,.
Too bad; sick cats always find a Martha Kendrick, nr'< "i tr\t I
dent. Miss Keen, was alxo'glvena Rldin'.by with a great big yawn home rand A took a shower afterseelnr'"Grapes WIlliam'' Frlpp. probably because they are so 5-31 4k 8.21
soft !In heart i
handkerchief. Wrath" I spot my
-e like that Why don't you getsome of ?
'
sleep.t Dot? Johnny Itched all over Florida should Mrs. Fred Stump has a good:
U. D.C., Picnic Next Wed. get at least half of California's Ida-she believes in the variety- ] r-
calories la-the-spice-of-llfe idea That' SPECIALS
tourist trade nex' winter
The W, T. Weeks Chapter. stretching' out way to -- Wonder if such conditions really Is. when she writes to daughterLillian For MAY 31 & JUNE 1
United Daughters of the Confed- she begins the letter. ; S R Johns
_ here Shame to spoil that exist out there?
then sends It on down the line,
eracy will enjoy an annual spend- manly physique with an over- Recommended to beauty seekers I
to the rest of the fambly, and ] PHONE
the-day-party Wednesday begin size tummy Shame on Ltl : The beautiful! hydrangeabush I .
ning at 11:00: o'clock at the summer Sternberg BuHtin In her in front of the L. G. Hemingway the store employees-Mrs. Hutch- I
home of Judge and Mrs. ings Clyde Nell Thomas, Doris
A. penny bunk to buy Cc -Colas home Most gorgua
Crews have lotta fun-
Z. Adkins on Kingsley Lake What's happened to all our shade of blue I ever hope to see They 45
but I'll bet Lil has twice much
Misses Olive and Amelia Ray this side of heaven Laura as &Sonsl
and Mrs. M. F. Brown will act gallant young men-about-town ? Lee Wiggins says it got that way fun reading the meaty composition -

as ,hostesses with Mrs Adklna Can't they even buy a gal : on a strict diet of coffee grounds PLENTY OF PARKING

a cold drink anymore? and tea leaves Think I'll 'Seemu to me "Flat" Versailles SPACE

W. S. C. S. Meets MondayCircle Periscope Peepln': Bill Mundy I start tomorrow See what It'll I I lis I one of the most pleasant persona DEPOT
In town 'Don't think he CASH AND CARRY PRICES NEAR TIlE S A. L.
walk In' up Walnut Baby carriage do for these unglamorous eyes ,
ever flies offs that handle .
No. 1 of the
Woman's in one hand Rod and of mine. I
Society of Christian Service of feel for Brunei- Baker His ear-to-ear smile Is one of
reel in tother No man can Surely PLENTY FANCY YOUNG FRYERS
the Methodist Church will meet serve two masters Bill Or He lost that marvelous- the biggrat & most sincere In 25c
with Mrs Sam Anderson Monday toned violin of his In the fire our fair county if he ever
can he? By-tlie-by, thas" a
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Mrs. that took the Baker home and worries nobody knows it I Dressed Alive Pound -
moat deluxlous carriage little I or - -
K. K Perryman Is leader of this Claire Jean rides around In all belongings las' week The This hot weather's driving r _
circle. Free knee Instrument had been In the family everybody nuts Just like cold I
wheeling action no
Circle No. 2, Mrs. L. D, Green draft ventilation and all the extras for years an' years, an' bore weather did ,-When I It gets GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 10 Pounds .- J5c

leader will meet with Mrs. W H. Only thing it lucks U! the date of 1700 Had a trade like this, you wish,you were sittin' -

S pith at her home In Sampsonat I a radio The gift, I hear, of mark burned into It indicatingthat right in the middle of an Ice-

3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. Louis Torruella Alia way it was a Strad. and limner cold I mountain stream with a Kitchen Matches

.. (I planned to have It checked to mint Julep In one hand and a 2 5c TOMATOES
see if 'twas genuine But's fan in the other But a Packages

all gone now An' Bruner month ago, the thought of that -

BIG BASS FISHING CONTEST I |could make such sweet noises would have given us the chll- 10 Pounds.

I come out of it, too As if banes My my, won't that I Fancy Blue Rose
|I weren't enuff-he lost his treas- weather ever satisfy us fickle GRITS 22c RICE 5 Ibs. 18c

ured gun collection also folks ? ,
Hear Henry Mnnasaa ia married So long See you In the

$4,500IN Dunno who's the lucky next 3 Rolls Wisconsin State

gal, It beln' another one of those -Carolyn, Toilet Tissue lOc 2 i C

semi-secret affairs CHEESE, Lb. _
Whatsa matter with tennis .
Nobody playin" Sunday afternoon RITZTHEATRE I

? Looked funny to see 3 Packages Rib or Brisket .0 j)

the courts so deserted Guess j Staleys Starch lOc Beef Stew, 2 Lbs.'l:
everybody was out to Kingsley

t rh Swimmln's good exercise ST.IRKK FLORIDA

an' you don't sweat so much Sliced Breakfast
either PROGRAM I Ii Large Lemons 1 hc

NO COST TO ENTER V Q. McCoy the Gainesville- Dozen 15 Bacon, Pound
.r.ltts Klngsley playboy in town with Fri & Sat. May; Si-June I. II C .JL _

}! +' JUST REGISTER AT new red convertable sedan and RoubleFeilture, '

fa new (so far as I could see) Roy Rodgers, In I Swifts Country
OUR STORE girl friend Striking ",'EJI'I: <:US CREEPERS"and I We Have A Full Line 31c

combination that FRUIT JAR SUPPLIES ROLL BU1J"ER, Lb.

Contest Now Open BUI Graham .hadn't got the "TRIC.r.KK SMITH": _
first scratch on his new blue With Jack Randall
Dodge 'fore he gave outta gas 9th Episode of "The Shadow" GUAKANTEED TO BK; TUB BEST Feeds

Closes September 15th around by the city park SILVER KING Tuxedo
Even the new ones won't run Sun. A: Men June 2-3
I Thorium MitrTiHI. Edna Kent, FLOUR 78c 100 POUND BAG
without petrol, Dill 24 Lbs.
Freddie.
Aileen Randall an' chlldren8tayln' Bartholomew Terry $1.65
( Kilburn und Tim Holt In Sweet Feed ___ ______
We A at the lake before movin' One Trial With This -
Carry Complete from Jax to their new home in "SUISS FAMILY: ROBINSON" Floor Will Convince

NorfolkVhlch reminds me 2 Short Subj.''te You 'Of Its High Quality_ 100 POUND'nAG

Line Of Fine Fishing ,In-lawa. Two(both of railroad the Alvarez'employes sons-) Tue.elay. June 4 Relish or SaladDRESSING Tuxedo Edan Mash $2,

Kay Kisser and Adolph ,
7I recently received swell 20C

r '; Tackle For All Types Of tions John Gill from promo-I "THAT'S Menjou.RIGHT In YOU'KK Quart PER tOO POUNDSPeanut
master to division I
He and LaMIra live In + nHO: G" Hay & Molasses $1.35

/ :, Fishing now and DUI Randall was 2 Short Subjects Maxwell House -

upped from assistant division. IIAHOAIN NHiHT-Adults I5cWnl. Coffee Pound --5
100 POUND
I C BAG
to
engineer chief clerk in the
engineers office Norfolk & Thurs. June 5-6 Tuxedo $Z'7U
\Western Auto Associate Store Seems at .\ Sheridan Pat O'BrlrnJohn Special Mash _
you can't keep a couple o' II IInn -
2
No. 2 Cans
Garfield. In ,
V. S. ST. JOHN Owner good men down .
Add broken records: Joe And- "CASTLE ON TIIK HUDSON" II'' Orange Juice 15c 100 POUND BAG

M rews' Ford place has had the News and Short Subject I I Tuxedo Scratch e $2t'10



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-=-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Donie Moore and Mrs. T. I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bennett and Wednesday In Rldgeland, s.. }J

IA. Steel and family of Gainesville .and family spent Sunday in WIN! I and Ruel Hogan the latter of C.. with Mrs. A. H Frlpp and ,
!
--- ---------- .. were recent ,guests of Mr. listen Jacksonville
I -- -- -- I with Mr. Williams' mother, \ are visiting relativesIn Miss Etta Prlpp. He : 'if,
-' waLaccom-
,=--- of Waldo was a Mr. and Mrs. Earl Searing are I The Rev. Wm. Shaw was a and Mrs. Mrs. Guy Sale and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Williams. Edwin Augusta, Georgia this week. panted home by Mrs Frlpp. and 1'
WaSdiD spending some time at Canal Benny Sapp. Williams remained for a longer I ,
visitor here Miss Prlpp who will ten t
wee Monday. He recently Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherdand spend : .
bete leaf __ Point, where Mr. Searing Is located returned from visit with his grandmother.Mr. days here as of Mr. and l
Seabrook guests I
Point, Friends of Mrs. J. W White lIOn, Jack, spent Mother's .1\ .1'r
of Jackson- ?onn., and is now in Monticello Mrs. I* G. Powell. '[ ,':
gosa nsillden staying at will be glad to learn that she is Day with Mr. Shepherd's .
R.'ord and Mrs. R. A. Newsom
und Mra. Penney Farms ; l
bir I Improving after being confinedto I mother Mrs J. E. Shepherd 'I't
i 18 vleittag this week Miss Lucille Mathis and Don her home the past ten days have bad as recent guests Mr. Dr J. K. Molpus of Daytona ( t
Mathis of Sumter S. C., were Mrs L. C. Ray has returned because of illness and Mrs. E. E. Green of Lake Beach spent Thursday and Fri.1 1 I t "
-- llddleton ot Jack recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J after spending the past monthin Worth, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. John Powell spent Monday In day here. with nK eon and daugh-

E: 1. Wednesday here L. Gentry Jacksonville with her son and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and children Newsom and daughters Hazel Savannah Ga., as the guest of I ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. K. U .
a aDd penl?Ur9 W. E, Middle- : daughter-in-law the Rev. and and Mrs. Julia Eastman-, and Louise, of St. Petersburg Mrs. R. E. Gahagan and Tuesday Molpus. I
t, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips Mrs. Laurie G. Ray. I II
Mrs. C.
accompanied by H Reg-

-Lillian--Stump returned who In Wallace are spending, N. C., several were visiting weeks Mrs J. E. Toney and family day ister in of Lake Lake City.Butler, spent Mon- from H. a H visit Stroman with has relatives returned In I I TO THE PEOPLE OF.BRADFORD ,; ;11 r

vs Orlando where she relatives here last week. ot Shubuta. Miss., are guests of Tallahassee, and was accompanied I
81 to Orange Mrs. home by his brother,. Carl COUNTY :
Toney's son-in-law and :
tudent DU"e after Mr and Mrs. F. A. Canova and I :1' Ii f'
spending: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge family and Mr. and Mrs J. J. Stroman who Is the guest of '
at S vacation here Tallahassee were guests the first Smith at Kingsley Lake. Canova and family, all of Gainesville I Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowing and am deeply
parents )Ir. and Mrs. I of the week of Mr. Wall's par- spent Mother's Day here family. Bradford County for the splendid vote given II., :J a

bet Stump.entaWord. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Don with Mrs. E. E. Canova.Mr. --' me in the 'election on May 28, and I assure i .1
.'Worrlss will be Interested to Congressman R. A Green returned each of 'youhat for every effort put forth in ,'

Only a short time longer learn that they are now in Lake and Mrs. :Melvln Futch of week because from of Washington the illness this of I my favour'.!'.,thank. you from the bottom of : 'I'L l 4! I ;
Special Photos, S for $I.. O at City after having been in Decatur Lawtey left last week for an my heart:
his mother, Mrs. W H. Grt'en.1 I i
Hoover Bros. Studio.J. Ga., for some time. automobile trip to California. .
SALE-ODe kerosene Elec- I They will attend the World's Fair At present Mrs. Green is with As your next Supervisor of Registration I _I I '

refrigerator. 6.foot cap- C. Hoover and Mrs. Bernice Miss Virginia Anderson is there before returning home. of her Lake daughter Butler, Mrs. R. S. Johns shall at all times do my very best to serve :r' f..

|\? haS been in use about Johnson attended the photograph spending phla.six weeks in Philadel- I 1 I )'ou. efficiently honestly, and courteously. : i '
Will sell for half I ers' convention and short Again MY FRIENDS I I. \ .
.2 years courseIn Mrs James Shepard of Mrs. J. C GarneT" and sav. THANK YOU
son
"e. Is in perfect shape.Starke Ad- West Palm Beach last week. and mother, Mrs. A. W. Anderson, lahan and Mrs. Donald J,, Mor-I' Johnnie left Thursday of last j FROM TilE BOTTOM OF !MY HEART. ;
435 visiting relatives there.
P. 0 Box rigs and daughter, Joan, of 'r
week for Lake City to visit rclatlvea ,
jI j\
tt.I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. : \
I Gent..ywere City were guests Wednesday of before going to Leesvllle, i "
h CHEAP-210 acres'' I n Jacksonville recently Walter of Jackson unit L F. Mr. and Mrs C. A. Knight La., for a month's visit with Mrs.Garner's JAMES F. HOLLINGSVVORTH
|SALE located 3 miles visiting Mrs. Lacy Rigdon who Is ,Flemming Baconton, Ga., were parents, Mr. and 'Mrs.' ,I ,i
tare\ land W. H. Gra-' seriously ill In St. Vincents Hospital guests the first of the week of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- O. D. Owens
See
.Lawtey Mr and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand baum and 1 few
friends
Store for < a of Jacksonville .
at J. M Alvarez Mr. and Mrs T. T Long. ( t
//j-1S 4t were guests Sunday of Mrs. James Godbold and son, ,
culars Friends of little Richard Williams Mrs. Nussbaum's parents Mr. James, Jr., of Jacksonville were .
RENT.-Close in on SouthLot will be glad to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barber and Mrs. B. Jacobs, at Kingsley Mother's Day guests of Mrs. W. REAL i. ,i-,
Street attractive real- he has recovered after undergoinga and daughter, Patricia Ann, of Lake.J. S, Stroman and Mrs. S. S. Dowl TipTop I
Atlanta, Ga., were Tues- : '
guests
rent reasonably tonsllectomy in Jacksonville re Mrs. '
Ice Will ing. Godbold was accompanied JUICY. ;I
day of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Har- .
fdwirsble permanent parties. cently. II. Rowe and daughters back to the city by her
able June 1st Write Mrs. rell, en route to their home from Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe, mother, Mrs. Stroman.

N'',, Nollmaa. Box 343, Se- Mrs. P, M. Barefoot and daughter Miami. spent Wednesday in Jacksonvillewith -Grocery LEMONS : ;! -
Fla.KALE It Miss Sara Barefoot, and Mr. Rowe's son and daugh Mrs Catherine S. Blackmar of
ig
They are making hundred of
Judy Green recently visited Mr ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Chicago 111., and Mrs. Mneatha '
CHEAP /soo ten- those Special Photo, S for !$!I1.50at Rowe. Dozen \ #(
S. of Oil Pa.,
and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot of San- Beatty City, returned :
L tracts for strawberrywing. Hoover llrow. Studio. Get In & Market
derson. last week to Orlando after ,
Improved or unlm- before it's too late. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johnson ,i
spending several days here visit
Ivtd. Easy terms. Harrell Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and and four children of Tallahassee, ing old friends. They are regular Fri. & Sat. May I 15c : '1'

1 Edwards, Lawtey, Fla daughter, Miss Freddie Wimberly, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills and who have been guests of Mrs. S. winter visitors to Florida. 31 June 1 '
!
031jtp/ daughter. Miss Elizabeth Mills, S.
Dowling and family, have returned -
spent a day recently in Jackson- I ,
Rem ville with Mrs. Jessie I Mae of Jacksonville were guests Sat- to their home In Talla- Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot was the I'I'Armour's
[ble ND typewriter NEW*-. Model Ington No. /5 Blakcly. urday and Sunday of Mr. and hassee. honored, guest Monday night Beautiful Bananas 4 Lbs. 15c : ,
Regular price $49.50 Mrs. F. F. Flume and Miss Clara May 13, at a family birthday din- ,
Flume. Mrs. J. D. Mills and daughters, ner. Guests Included Mrs. Louise!
flAL PRICE this month only Mrs E. C. Hogan and childrenof
Misses Edna and Dorothy Hills, King of Orlando, Mrs. J. H. Lord, StarMILK Smoked I
Jacksonville Sun-
]j. Terms If desired.-BradJ were guests
,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newaom of
Green
Cove
Springs were Nancy Lightfoot, David Harwell,
J Telegraph agents day of Mrs. Hogan's soninlawand .
County had as guests Wednesday Mrs. J. guests recently of Mrs. E. :
M. and the Rev. Mr. Llghtfoot. BACON
lemlngton portable typewrit- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
A Howo of Lawtey Mrs. R. 10. Thomas and :Mr. and Mrs A, J.
Bennett. Mathews of Jacksonville, and Wilkinson.Mr. Miss Caroline Hutto, of Columbia 3 Tall Cans Pound i
Mrs. C. A. Datley of Ft. Kenning South Carolina, was a
Ga.Friends. and Mrs.;:'Carl Parker of recent guest of her parents,. Mr. I 17c lOc

HOTEL LEAMINGTON Norfolk, Va., were overnight and Mrs. L. S. Hulto, of Starke.
of Mrs. C. -I guests recently of the Rev. and Also visiting them were Mr. and i I ''f
will be interested to Mrs. A K.I Lightfoot. Mr and Mrs. N S. Hutto and family;, \.
N. E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard she has purchased a home in I Mrs. Parker are. making u tour Miss Edna Hutto, and Mrs J. L. : Iceberg Lettuce - lOc ;
In Gainesville, where of the State :
Highlands Jackson, all of Jacksonville Atwm"i \I
Overlooking: Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay I
she plans to make her home in I
I
Opposite Union Bus Station\, the near future. Mrs. T. E Strange, Mrs. W '
Red New Potatoes 4 Lbs. lOc
R. Wilkinson, 'and Mrs. T. C. I -
MIAMI} FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs J. E. Murphryand Joyner, all of Palatka were r rI t:

son, Jimmy, of Palatka, Mrs guests Tuesday 'afternoon of Mrs. Armour's Star Pure
ne Block From Shopping District And Amusements Over trt'et of Lake City and Mr. K. M. Thomas! 'and Mr and Mrs.A. I :
and Mm." R. L. Connor and family J. Wilkinson, I ss l lYL I
Lard In 1 Lb. Cartons 2 Lbs.1'Sc
UNTIL
SUMMER: RATES DECEMBER wer guests: Sund.iy of Mr. and I
Mrs. V. B Harrell. Mr. and Mrs. Stanford. Hitch
|ngleKoom; with Hath--91.50! ; Double Room with Hath-$3.00 .
and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch, of I

MIAMI'S:\ MOST POPULAR HOTEL bat and Mrs M W. Morrow the State Farm had as recent Maxwell House Coffee Lb. 24c I.
returned this week to their homein guest Mrs. Bitch of Charlotte, N ,
Hampton :Mr. Morrow, prin- C., who Is the mother of Sanford
cipal of the Hampton school, has and Jim Rltch '
Tomatoes No. 2 Can
been taking summer work at the - 6'/c
,
NAT SEZ: University of Tennessee. Dr. and Mrs M B. Herlong i
were visitors Sunday before last
It ;you were living with jour Albert Kiuse returned last in Jacksonville! where they distributed .a. ..- Pearl White Wisconsin
uncle in a nice home with all week from a vacation spent in bouquets of sweet peas''
modern Improvements, went anywhere Palm leach and, Miami. Start- and luclous strawberries to a''I CHEESE
n ;you liked when you wahUvI Ing June 15th he will be em- number of close friends. X lia.Ijr qutitlon
:, // to go had plenty of peas and ployed by the Cliff and Bailey I you'II admit Sugar Pound 19c a

corn to eat. In other word you Sauce Co., of Coral Gables. Mrs. L. S. Hutto. her son, Till- I i But La/fit OH",
were living, ;you would hardly<< man, and daughters, Garnita and quit turf o/ill PEACHES
kick U your uncle asked ;you to John M\ Seymour, artist whose Edna, were In Jacksonville Saturday H'. .1Ir." "enough lolbs.
to watch hi* .'..1'I : 45C No. 2K Can 15c I
if .
make a few sacrifices things! paintings have attracted consid- Miss Uothen Bell accompanied I Mu hat US writ Ittrust.
looked bad. In the next: few erable attention here and elsewhere I them back and spent Sun .. .
month or possibly for the next left Tuesday for Mont- day here with Mrs. Hutto our4J41"rtpl" I 15c '
few year our own Uncle Sam clair, N J., where he will spend Sliced Pineapple No. 2 Can I'
may ask for a few fKwrifleett lee' the next few months with rel- Mr. and Sirs. J. E. Thomas II ,
make them without a murmur. atives. and daughter. Jean of Crescent
City, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Thomas
SALAD DRESSING
of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs P .WM*
(The following loral item were, GENERAL INSURANCE
crowded out of our Issue. of May : J, B. Mills and family of Green 'YOU HAVt.i i APPLE JELLY Quart 20c
fbD Il.OL ju.drpL Ua1tQAItQtPthQ.DI4 2Hh). I Cove Springs pent Sunday herewith PLIASE PHONIil O
Mrs. E M Thomas and Mr.
---- I ,I PEANUT BUTTER
Mrs. HuUlah Corpenlng of and Mrs. A J Wilkinson. --.

J? Montgomery, Ala., Is spendingsome .- ..I
time here with relatives. i
Dill Pickles Quart - 15c
AND ,
KEEP YOUR LAWN CLEAN
tumme any of our 250 "All Guy Sale spent a few days recently -
In Madison as guests of
I Wool" Fabrics for their Quality his Mr. and Mrs John
parents
Sweet Pickles 15c
l tad l remember the tarn High Sale. GREEN WITH Quart -

I
Standard of value Is maintained
Elizabeth Lawson Is spending
liroughout our clothes I this week in Lake Butler with Merchandise Swift's Gem
Tub
I her grandmother, Mrs. C. H --- Quality --- Fancy MARGARINEButter

Register
I Pound lie

Captain and Mrs. John Inglesby TOPS BROWN GARDEN HOSE I
a of Tampa were week-end guests BEEF STEW
Ib. 4 4 4
)E.; Canova and Mrs.R 3ZC
of Mrs. P.
G. Kldd, Jr. 25 Feet -. $2.00 I Pound 12'c'

50 Feet __ __ $3.50 I
A. J. Wilkinson and son, Edgar II I
Palace Bacon Sliced Lb. 19c
spent Wednesday. of last -

week in Palatka with Mr. and Rip Rain Sprinklers .. .. __._ ..'... 85c

Mrs. P.--C. Joiner. Barton Hose Nozzle _. __ __ ___.__ _ 75c Macaroni Tampa Maid 3 For 1 lOc

Mrs. Jerry Moore and daughters Rain King, Hose Nozzle .. __ ._ 30c ,

last, week Vilda In and Jacksonville Joy Dale spent with Swift Weed Cutters _.___ __ $1.00

friends and, relatives. Kelly Perfect Cutters _. _ .. $1.00LAWN Kitchen Matches, 4 Pkgs. lOc

Miss Addle Balsden, Miss Rosa
Baisden, and Ted Stilley of Jacksonville MOWERS !
last week of Table Salt 4 Pkgs. lOc
.., were guests .- -
),[1'. and Mrs. R. C. Buford. Corporal-14 Inch, 4 Blade $6.00 I j,

Members of) Sigma Chi. the Colonel-16 Inch, 4 Blade $7.00 ,
1ai.ltNul1o organization of I Red Top Coffee Lb. - 15c
.q.o.uJl. young the Presbyterian peoples' Church, enjoyed General-16 Inch, 5 Blade $8.00 Ie IeJust

a house party at Mrs. W.
$25.00 and up J Epperson's cottage on Kings- American Lawn Rakers RiteFLOUR P & GSOAP t .
first of the week.
ley Lake the hoc & $1.00 I '
Those present were: Alice St. ; l .
Mary Alice Yarborough -
John Fay and ,
Martha and Marjorie 24 Pounds 3 For '

Mathews, Jean Davis. Walter Bradford Hardware CompanyJ.
STERNBERC'f Dew, Richard Jackson and Ruthgimrson. 73c lOc .
The Rev. and Mrs er
Charles II. Allen chaperoned the B. CARLISLE Owner IJ.

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HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SEASON.






THETakes LAWTEY MARKET I



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' Great Pleasure In Publishing The Financial Statement For The 1940 Shipping Season



' And In Expressing Appreciation To All Who Have Contributed To Its Fine Success. ,



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CASH ACCOUNT "I" .
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, Bradford County ________________________ $500.00 ""r"..il'.J''/,'.

Ar A Friend _______________________________+= 100.00..

Roberts'

Cumberland & Liberty _________________ '
r ,, ,,. ______________ 25.00 -
T. J. Terry __________________ ''
Va. Carolina Fertilizer Co. :..__________________ 25.00 I ,
A. M. Darby _______________________________ 5.00
n Joe-Peel ___________________________________ 25.00V. \:. ..
R. Ferguson _________..__________________ 15.00
; Truman Fertilizer Co. _______________________ 40.00 ; "
; I. II. Cody _________________________________ 8.00 .' ,;; w "
Wilson & Toomer ____ ___-_______________ 25.00 ': '
J. S. Shuford ________-______________________ 2.50 '.." "J ;\ ..,
A. O. Andreu _____________________________ 10.00 "'" :.:
w'' Shipman Sapp u___________________________ 5.00 ,; I','j', '.,..' J
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Duncan 5.00 ,:.;' ; .
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Shown above Is the well-planned fall.Lawtey Excellent platform cooperation in an A.. J.V. Thomas Knight : ====:::::::::::::::::::::=: 5.00 5.00II. 1 .", "'

early stage of construction last made it possible to com A. J. Griffis _______________________________ 10'00 "'.'
on plete the the part market of everyone in ample concerned time to take care of the 190 Hagin United Peters Life Insurance Co. ___________________________ 5.00 5:00! : "
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strawberry movement. M. B. Futch __________-_-_-_-_--_-__-______________ 10.00 '. >,"
Freeman t er _____________________.....____ 10.GO :'' ,, : <"
., _. .......... ,.. ... --.,..,.... ,., .,"..........-., Eli Witt Cigar Co. -------------------------- 1500! .
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--' r- --r.. II. C. AVall _____ 10:00: ." \..
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r. -..:,., Hart Furniture Co. -
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-, *,...... C. A. Knight _______-_-_-___________________'___ 10:00: ... "'., ... ,
r T. ,Blackburn
T.
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*- Farmco Pkg. Co. ----------- 25.00
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Fred Moore _______--_-_-_-______________________' IS 00P. .
13. Clark icioo:
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'" i L. II. Futch ____ __-___-_-________-____ 1 n ooW. '
C. Wooten .. ,"'
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'."'t Inman ___-_-_-..,-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__________'_________ 10.00 r..r,-.%..., "f, J* ..,. or-J,r
E. K. Perryman .00. .. '
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E. W.' Hayes ______________________________ 10.00 .. -:: 1"I'\
(.co." Allison Co. ________________________.L___ 25.00") I '; '"
Tom Davis -_____________________________ 1'0'00n "
; F. Carradine-- ___________________________ 22.50 .'..'."I,"1'I "
w Julia Levin 1
5.00!
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M. F. Brown------_-________________::_::::::: 1f)00
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\' J. 8. Austin 10'00
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___._ .. Jim: Rosier ...' 10.00:
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1 Pictured here is the completed platform, showing of the its activity usefulness at to the the market growers J.Milan G. Davidson Box Co. =:::::.:::::::::_1::::::=::::--: 25.00 5.00
This is typical
of Bradford County. scene
,
Lois Adkins ..
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throughout B. Alvarez M p
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W. O. Hodges 10.00
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}l. A. Green 10.00 : ,i
HOW IT I WAS CONSTRUCTED Dinkins: -=1_='=----=====_-------==-==---=== 15.00: I ,',

I!. C. Brown -____,_______________________1___ 10.00 '
C. R. Whitehead
All labor on the platform was furnished by the National }I. C.: Kelly I ----_:::.::::::::::::::::::::::=: 10.00C. 5.00 ,':,i u
C. II. Bennett 5:00: :.. II
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Youth Administration, who also supplied labor for grading G. II. Pearce _-_--_______..____________________ 1000. ,. ;.,, -"
A Friend _____-.,_____ -___ 10.00 ; "")'t.' .,..))4.' .
the grounds. The.Building Committee wishes especially to A Friend ___________________________ 10.00 ,IJ, ;
dwaras : : ::
T. C. E 10:00: '
express its deep appreciation to this Administration. Dr. G. W. Brown-____________________--_-'__ 1'".00 '..

A. II Rosier 15.00
citizens whose P.: D.: Reddish-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 10.00: "
furnished by loyal names
Much assistance was Wilson 5.00 .
These highly h7;"' Reddish-:::::::::::::::=::::=::=: 5.00: '
contributors at right. '
the list of .
do not appear on e Sapp 5.00MATERIALS : ':"
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valued friends of the market helped wonderfully by furnishing -

trucks for hauling, donating electrical work, and by doing 11.G.: R.W. T e.ts.___--------------...:..---------------------------------"------ -- $ 38.41J. 43.06 I

many other things which were necessary for the completion J.. II.S. Moore Eunice : ::__:_::__:::::::::::______--___::__:____-____----::::::::: 7.00 2.00 V

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of the platform.. Their assistance is appreciated just as much Jim Wainwrig-h-t.---------------------------------------------: -------------- 25.00 38.80 9::1
Hal Edwards = .
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as those who contributed cash. City of Law'tey.--------------------------------------------------: ___________ 100.00 Ii III:

TOTAL $1,376.91 y
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No charges have been made to anyone to sell or handle strawberries !'
PAID OUT ,

or any other produce at the Lawtey market, and plans Draft for Roofing = : $191).'.
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W. II. Edwards (Lumber) 714.60R.
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are now being completed I to extend the present platform a S. Wasdin (Rock) .. 187.50 p
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that the J. M. Reddish (Truck)_ ---------------------rIlub. ------------------------------------------------- 3.2'
Governor Cone has promised
distance of 75 feet. Hariey (Nail) .50
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O. J. Phillips (Wiring) :::::::::::::::::::::=:::::: ---- 61.65;
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will complete paving :
Road
State Department Radio Equipment & Supply Co. :_ 50.00 II
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J. i\1. Reddish Traffic Manager : 25.00, II
arrives. --------------------------------------------------------------
market before another shipping season Quigley & Davis Roofing 111..0 II
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Bradford County Telegraph (Advertising) 30.30
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About 75 percent of t strawberries sold in Bradford County II
TOTAL $1,376.91 II
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during the season just closed I were sold at the Lawtey market. 'Ii,



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>>.\ 19.aO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,
STARKK. FLORIDA
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PAGE SEVEN ,.

'Freak Cane Stalk J,
The Woods Are Full
Uncle Sam Wants Bids Are OpenedFor Secret Plane DetectorIs States Navy In the construction '" ,

Has Many EyesA Of Salesmen of the ','
Notes Now Unlimited RecruitsAny most modern air station ,1

arch Starke'sNew DevelopedA that branch of the armed forces i t

morning ser- sugar; cane stalk that is causIng Lonzle Norman, and of the United ,
States
the other Bradford PostofficeMay Government R \ a:
for County
ject went a lot of comment was broughtto boy who highly secret,
Church Bradford supersensitive
boasts ',
thOdl8t County growers, I : :
say wants to be a soldier
.t: the the Telegraph office recentlyby they have should be airplane detector which pierces .1' \\i
Today. never seen as many .able to make the grade now- 21st was a significant day Establishment with the expen- f \
plan pastor will P. O. Hayes of Brooker. While salesmen, of kind all fog and darkness to give defending '
daY the every and de- providing, of court, that he for Starke In Washington, D. C. prndlture of additional millions T : .
'ext t sunb sacrament of the Mr. Hayes did not grow the cane scription, touring the woods fighters a vital 15 min of .
National +
as meets the a Guard trainingarea \ .
e necessary requirements : -
himself It was his close observation there have been this Bids from six construction ute warning of approaching en- I !{
spring. Evi- and Is not afflicted with << on a 25.000 acre Clay k
'. that caused him to it an acute firms the emy aircraft has been perfectedby i
on for
pick
service dently the news of new poitofflce
gtmday night the our profitable case of flat feet. County tract In the' Sand HillKlngsley -
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out of a pile of stalks around M. I the army for a chain of coast
the following berry season has traveled far. Starke were opened by Public Lake section. It Ia
d by O. Harrell'a mill during the As a direct result of the lookout stations. '
condU Young people'. grind- and wide. I Buildings Administration offi- scheduled. to be. Army officers ,t I f
be Garnlta leader; ing season last fall. One farm : gloomy European outlook, the i Designed to forstatl such destruction have averred the
r nutto, wife says that she most ambitious recruiting effort cials. "outstanding I i :
oD. Patsy Keen; Usually there Is one "eye," has hardly had time to catch her : ;I as engulfed the Polish tactical training area for all I
ever attempted by the Low bidder
tI.tnlllf P"\Vhlsperlng Hope," sometimes two, at each Joint of breath for the past six weeks States United was Murphey air force before It got off the branches of the service" .1

t reading a cane stalk, but nature evidently between her andhaving in peacetime Is now under-I I Pound of Columbus Ga., 43077.( ground, the apparatus has been As !I
:; scripture regular work way as a preliminary to an auxiliary station to the ti! f,
)11 idle; Ruth Simpson! ; went "hog wild" on this freak- to stop to interview sales out the President's of 00. Two other near-low bids described. by Brig Gen. GeorgeV. one being created at Jacksonville I lJl

re pew eelectlon;: poem' "Follow the ish specimen, and the "eyes" are men and politicians. Things got I preparedness. and. National program de were: Ray M. Lee Co.. Atlanta Strong, In charge of army war on the spit of land lying between I

air by the Church so thick around the bottom joints so bad before the first primary, Ga., $44.372.00; L B. Galltmore. plans, as "apparently far In advance tho Banana River and the Atlan 'J. ; :/
I of
: ecTltheS and offering that they can hardly be counted. she says, that whenever fense.This any simlllar equipment tic Ocean In Brevnrd County, the ( ,
anyone Greensboro
Corps Area, of which N. C., $43.900.00. available to any of the belligerent i'
ripy Frank Robinson! III Just below the ground surface on drove up in front of the househe Navy is establishing a base for > ,' i(
Florida and Bradford I-
Award of abroad
County la
area contract scheduled
offertory the stalk there are two rows shouted "I ain't no !" neutrality patrol operations. : ,
politician
t
Davis; {
Buddy part has been called on by the to be made shortly, after cartful
P Inge which must consist of between 30 And she'd holler back, "Well, J War I At Key West, the Navy Is revamping '
to hen Department to supply consideration by the Board of Florida ,
,
Fast
r EmSented and 40 "eyes. whatcha sellin' then?" I I I proximately 1,650 men per Awards' Becoming Its aeronautical and sub- ![ )" I

tor ribbons a s follows: Many farmers have examined Most of the salesmen, fortun- in addition to normal Nation's Eastern marine facilities and there too, 1 '
Then wilt
altsto ribbons (perfect attendance the stalk In our office, but not I ately, are selling legitimate and !!I'ments. It Is stated. that this UP-j all Starkehas come been the news that for will be located a neutrality patrol t:' }
Beth waiting : Defense Base
ODe month) ) Mary one of them, so far, remembersever 'worthwhile products but there 1 one of the greatest Date which actual base. I t ,
upon construction -
and Frances CoUey; green for having "seen a cane with so i are always a few who are out to I(, offered to ambitious young men I of the building will begin. Florida- Uncle Sam's No. 1 I Rapid enlargement of the I' ,

I perfeCI attendance many "eyes. We are Indebtedto make an easy living by "gyp- in this locality recently because l Kitstern; defense' bane! Navy's aviation training station \ (

months) Shirley Colley, Lyle Mr. Hayes for being so observant I ping" the public so it behooves I of the chance for speedy promo. Alexander Millions upon millions of dollars off Pensacola! is underway. C

Wanda Pearce, and and for bringing this the public to investigate thor- tions in all branches of' Re-elected The ,f
tleJ10D. the service are now being spent In this! Army gunnery base near ,
Palsy Keen, Fred- curiosity to our office to be I oughly the and I .
man the
object Valparaiso Is
1I1Ia' W. B. Alexander State and all n result, with a coordination being Improved for ;
re-elected 9
Davis, was
WlII1berly Marjorte placed on display he is selling\ before paying out To qualify for those enlistments chairman of the Bradford from the Florida the use of planes out of the k
County
LulU Davis. Nina BIshop, Bar- any hard-earned cash. applicants must be: \'o"hlte,1 Democratic Executive!: Committee militia In the current streamlining Tampa base and from other: I

ve Weldon, Elsie Green and THERESSABy For: instance, one Saturday recently unmarried males between ages at a called meeting held Wednes- move the peninsular State points. ItI
,
Keen. Arline Pew at- Mr*. A. I* Sullivan a high-pressure artist was of 18 and 33 years. In good phy- day afternoon of last week. He will soon be "armed to the teeth." !I Coast Guard stations at varl- I 'i

Perryman bad perfect doing a landofflce business on sical condition of "excellent has been serving In this Since its settlement by the I[ ous points along :Florida's i'
AhI
dance for three monthS. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagan of Call Street. selling two pairs of moral character." and possessingthe since the death of R. capacity C. Hel-. Spaniards the State has held a tended coastline are being ex"f j { I

award was also presented Chattanooga, Tenn. were guestsof eye-glasses, a package of "never- I equivalent of an .eighth grade berger, around eight years ago. key. position from a military ernized. I I4 t

the pastor for outstanding Miss Ida Hagan and Mrs. H. sharp" razor blades and mag- education.The Other officers elected at this standpoint on the North Amer- Reserve Rune Conaldrred .

tk !A their departments:> President to the D. May recently.Mrs. azine subscription all for: the I Jacksonville Recruiting meeting< were: Mrs. W. E. Mid- ican continent and now with no Establishment of a reserve. airbase ;

w'.ng: Patsy Keen J. J. Zeigler and Miss price of a dollar bill. Needlessto Station ((250 "Postofflee Building) dleton. vice-chairman; E. A, Sapp, much at stake In the Caribbeanarea for the Navy In the Miami i .f

tile intermediate Department Ruth Zeigler were recent visitorsto Bay, the spectacles were not Is authorized to accept unlimited secretary. I with Its Panama Canal area Is now being considered by ;

t Leonard Smith. Jr., Chairof High Springs only worthless but might in numbers for the Infantry and II I Zone adjunct more than ever be- the United. States Congress, I

the worship department Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were fact, actually do harm to eyes Field Artillery at Fort Bennlng Coach Recommended fore It is becoming In reality an under a bill, already approvedby

te Senior Young People'sThis transacting business in Jackson for which they were not accur- near Columbus, Ga., and a limited i iI "armed camp." or as D. W. Cole the House, which would per I \
award made to eachItue assistant State director of aviation salt the Navy to 1284
ately fitted. It is peddlers like accept I
up number for the Engineering I '
Young People was a ville recently. these, who come In during berry Corps at MacDIll Field near William I Dmytryk has been recommended expressed It, "the Gibraltarof acres of land, 941 of which the INave ,
!
Danforth's Mr. and Mrs. Mabry of Jack by trustees of the "
H. the Southern
of William to seas. already uses under a lease 'I
season pick "easy
up money. Tampa.
1 sonville were recent guests of Starke school to serve as B. H. : .
"I Dare You! that should be With "prepare for eventuali agreement.
k, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley. most thoroughly Further Information may be S. football coach for the 1940-41 I

Wednesday (June 5)) Immedl- Miss Arthurmarle Hendersonof shunned by the general public. obtained by writing or calling In ; season. Miss Martha Metcalf of lies as the theme of the Na- t
1
the prayer meet- at the i tional thought today particularlyIn Alvarez Thanks Voters ,
11 following Jasper has been visiting her person recruiting station. Deland was recommended a s '.
first regular the light of what has .
the happened
'
service aunt. Mrs. C. Sullivan. To The PeopleOf commercial teacher and girls' ..
of the Board of Stew- overseas during the past 48 I wish to express: my deep. appreciation -
ting Mrs Eliza Paul of Miami has It's Lex Green basketball coach. The school
held for the new Bradford CountyI hours Floridians yesterday took for the
will be Board will consider support my i ,
been visiting her sister Mrs. J. the recommendations I I
Or No OneCongressman Block HS to Just what wan goingon I ;
erence year. J. Zeigler.W. at its June meeting. friends gave me In the primary : ,
take this method of advisingthe within the State. I
at eight I election of May 7th. Although
evening
Next Thursday S. Sibley and Mrs. J. P. I
Garfield Evans League public on a controversy that R. A. Green of Air llanei. lr<*ilt>n>lna< not elected. I hold no III will to- :
lock the Dickinson attended the W. P. Rodeo 4th
on will hold Its regular In last week. A'I appears to be prevalent throughout Starke, who was re-elected to July Among the things they found ward those who voted against i ;
Hampton
In the church.e supper the county-that is whom am Congress in the first primary, were these: me. I want my friends to know I
meeting Mrs. H. D. The Boree
attly Mr.: and May Brothers of Jack
will be composedthe I supporting for Superintendent has one of his staunchest sup- Expenditure of $10.000.000 In that I am grateful for their ef- i
program few recently at their fish- sonville will stage another rodeoat .
of business, a a days In the second primary. This notice porters In a'Jacksonville woman Duval County by the United forts In my behalf, and that I :
transaction
the admlnl tran Ing camp on Santa Fe Lake. even though it will\ not who applied last week for an Klngsley Beach on the 4th of dlture of some $9,000.000: of an will always remember' their loyalty.
service,
rlhip Sacrament of the Henry Hardee was a visitorto reach the public until after the absentee ballot at the Duval July. Those who remember the Army air station on the peninsula -R. B. Alvarez '.
of the event last will
Jacksonville recently. year want to see
election. is being given the press courthouse.
which divides Old and New
rd'e Supper, and the' Installan Mr: and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and I the new show which Dan Bores I
before the second primary.I ribbon. olr all kinds
Unlon'officers. The "I want to vote for Congress Tampa Bays.DE'velopment. Typewriter i t
the will be
n little daughter. Ruth, and Mr. promises "even bigger";. "
service and the com- exerted an effort to secure man Green," she said. than through the ex- for sale at the Telegraph office I I ,
lation! and Mrs. Mabrey of Jacksonvillewere the first. It Is plannt'cto\
union service will be directedthe dinner guests of Mr. and the support of the public In my When informed that Lex was make the rocleos tin annual 4th "

Union pastor, the Rev. Mrs. L. G. Sibley of Putnam Hall campaign by a clean and conscientious I an overwhelming victor In the of July event.Heavyweight, BOREE FUNERAL HOME

k Robinson. The Rev. Dr. appeal to the people, pro- first primary, and therefore his 't")f

er Harden, district tmperln- recently. mising In return fair and Impar- name did, not appear on the second Ainbulunre Service Iliiy or Nluht Thone 131 i

dent of the Gainesville dls- tial service Therefore I feel primary ballot, she thankedthe TurnipsArthur \\'
ct, and the Rev. Dr. Henry Big Bass Contest that I could not be fair to my Judge, turned on her heels,' Murrhee, "one of the ''with "IM,<<'1a1 springs for easy ..Mln<<. :

ackburn, pastor of the First Started This WeekWhich supporters, who went down with and left the office without vot- most successful vegetable growers ".\ IIOMK-L1KK INSTITUTION"! O. II. llrnnett, Manager I ;,

\\ll'th Gainesville, will speak. me. to try to further influence ing. I this week presented the Telegraph 1.

Sunday morning, June, 9th, Florida fisherman will their support In behalf of any : with a fine bunch of tur-

)'DIen's Day will be observed. enter the biggest black bass in I candidate.My James C. Hooker nips. Although the bunch was INSURE WITH I
best
to the
hat is off man I
ymen of the church will con- the Western'Auto's fourth annual :large, It consisted of only three

ct the service and the pastorS nation-wide "Big Bass" Fishing I and If I am given employment In James C Booker, 72, superintendent turnips, weighing a grand. total N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.

Contest? Which lucky "Iznak this county I shall strive to of the tobacco factory at "l
Install the stewards for: the of six pounds Mr. Muirhee at'
ming yea i Waltons" are going to walk off I render efficient service without the State Farm near here, died I ways has choice vegetable. on FIIIE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS

Last Sunday the church closed with this state's five major prizes'of regard" to political affiliation., Thursday afternoon of lust week j.I hand in season, and finds a ready hone 7.1 STAKKE, FLORIDA

fishing tackle at the end ofi: Very respectfully yours at his home following a lengthy market for them in local stores,
I
9 fiscal Conference The
year. G. E. McGauley. '
jl ..
the 1940 season? I Illness.! Burn In Lynchburg!
has financial
asurer
paid
every These are the questions that ] he had been employed at the
aim by the local and conferee I
are being asked by local fishermen R. F. Merritt State Farm for the past six
,, for the year in full. This
make ready their years. He Is survived by his
as they :
the eighth consecutive yearat i Died 15R.
May
Mia. Smith Booker
tackle for a try at the awards widow Mary
> t this Church has accepted all '

the conference askings and has In the 4500.00 fishing contest. F. Merritt, respected citizenof

aid them In full; during theme sponsored by the local Western Bradford County, died Wednesday Vaccinate Live Stock

time having also paid allal Auto Associate Store in cooperaItlon '| May 15, at his home near Says Emmel WI"' 'I
with the 1,500 others
claims In full. This year j Long Bridge. He was 84 years ,1
contest on :May 20th I
The began
o ever all of these claims were of age. Vaccination with the chick RE

Id early According to a stateeat is free and open without Born January 18, 1856 In War- embryo virus In the most effective Y tA "

>i made Sunday morning bye tion, to any fisherman obliKa-1 saw, Duplin County, N C., Rich- measure yet discovered for .
woman, boy
,
church treasurer L. Davis state-man Merritt soon left
A. Franklin
ard protecting homes and mules from .. .
Since each state will have Its '. )
Is Is the earliest before con- native state and made his .. -JOb'.r' '
his encephalomyelitis, or sleeping r .. Y1' r
of awards, all Florida ) _
set J
rfnce that we have ever paid own home In Georgia until 1909. He sickness, according to Dr. M. W, ..
ut t In full entries will be competing only I and wfSengaged WIu' LEADER'SLINEUP
since I have been then came to Florida I Emmel State Experiment Station
fish in this I
caught
lurch treasurer." with other for the next four yearsIn veterinarian. '
state 110 that the contest will be after
The pastor Is very grateful to between. fish of comparable size. I the naval stores business, to As this l Is the season when ACeS"i5S _
retired quietly
membership of which time he
the church At the close of the contest on of work stock should be given this
ho made this enviable record I his farm In the western part treatment, Dr. Kmmel!:
valuable tackle protective
September 30. five worked Industriously -
he
lble. awards will be made to the fish- I the county, where since. urges all farmers who own horse ::

ever and mules to have them vacci-
erman registering the five largest I Mr. Merritt was widely known
fission licensed veterinarian
Hall black bass caught In this and loved. by the many friends nated by a vaccination -
First will consist of tackle I as soon as possible. The.
prize faith-
nd result of his
TabernaclePeter the
made as
with a list price valuation of I fulness, honesty, and Integrity.He i work! stock lasts for should only one therefore year,and be Convince Yourself That Chevrolet's the Leader in Value

Van $40.00; second prize. $30.00; third, married, early In life I
Oestenbrldge a and fifth.,!! was 'given the treatment every spring the Leader in Sales.3f
fourth $15.00 It's
trailer' evangelist, was' the $25.00; ; to Miss Vergemoa Frances And- : skill and knowledge Just as .
As profesdlonal
peaker at the Tuesday night ser- $12.00. In addition a special j Isportsman's derBon of Wrightsville, Ga., and is necessary for proper administration
will be
,ceo The meeting was held in trophy cup In to this union were born eleven : of the treatment Dr 'ROYAL CUPPER" STYLING Th* Style Mil of the Y.ar
to the fisherman MODERN
presented still\
whom
Tabernacle of are
; instead of the I children, eight Emmel stresses the Importanceof I N. older tr.
the )
l8810n each state who enters largest
Hall. A fine living. veterin ,.._./... eI plc.,
done a
congrega- It by
whether the having BODY BEAUTY round Chevrolet and on tllih.r PrlctJ C.r.
ion small-mouth bass MerrittIs 3f LUXURIOUS FISHER ; Only on
: enjoyed the simple presenta- I Besides! his widow, Mr. e..I.. ....IIh...
:* of the fish is a regular prize winner or survived four sons and four I arlan. JIIII I 1 11111 I III III ,
: gospel. The speaker I by Station worker Ch vrl>l 'I.lty
** a 'Feltograph" illustrate Dot.Free I I daughters: Mrs. Llnnle C. Drake.Lakeland The Experiment that farmers in each DYNAMIC VALVI.IN.HJAD JNGINE Supram on Land, Sea and In th. Air '..Iu,...

a eprmon entry blanks with instruc- i Mrs. Lettie A. Huck- suggests! 1111 111I1 All I IJ J 111
His subject was ; make arrangements to N. oilier tmr,
for Jesus." tlons Wildwood: Mrs. J.: L. LONGEST OF AIL LOWEST-PRICED CARS lam /
vaccinatedon
He also aby. have all their animals n.ardln eI ", k.,
hyed St. John of the Western Auto Ida J.
the Butler Miss
accord< and helped Lake ; day so the veterinarianwill c.fi match Chevrolet
a 'the singing of choruses. Associate Store here. Merritt Lake Butler; James R. one avoid making many trip. and EXCLUSIVE VACUUM-POWER SHIFT 80% Automatic-Only 20% Driver Effort l la I. uklle

Merritt, Jacksonville; B. F. Mer- the costs of treatment will be demon)

The Friday TVBKKNACU5: Bill To Register ritt St. Petersburg; Ira. L. Mer- so lowered. h h I Smoother. Steadier. SaferPERFECTED

Q night service was Lake City; and Frank M.
ritt, has been -
charge reported
EncephalomyelitU
of
U W- Enfield off All Aliens
atey t Baptist registration Merritt, Lake Butler. In 20 Florida counties I HYDRAULIC I BRAKES Th Last Word In Safely
Church The sub- held at
Funeral services were
I the Sunday requiring which have a total of 9,666 homes 659
night- sermon Legislation afternoon
a. The Two Boatll." and fingerprinting of all three o'clock Saturday and mules Most of the cases ; Jf TIPTOE-MATIC CLUTCH For Smoother. More Reliable Operation
Church,
hr Enfleld's aliens In the United States was May 18, at the Pine Level have been reported from counties ...-. -jyiKJKH >vU'. ."lVaJf

aching i as Well messages al spiritual have apItb a- approved last week by a Senate of which he H. was Hall a of member.Green Cove The In the northern section of the LOWER GAS, OIL AND I UPKEEP COST A Sl. CoaU Lew lo Run than an Eight MASTER 85

I antl Rev. W. state and along the East Coast BUSINESS Coupe
are looked sub-committee.
forward tonterest judiciary the officiating min

at the "ervices. Senator Connally (D.Tex.) said Springs ister, and was DeWItt C. Jones had "The effectiveness of control of vaccina-has IOWER DElyRD| PjHgJ- 0111. swd.h raANr II'tIIer '
Friday added to a tion as a means
and was All L
Saturday of the requirement mod
nights .
t lV of arrangements I,
tore week an unusual treat Is in "comprehensive bill already passedby charge been proved. About vaccinated 3000.000 COs Special De Ins. a4 Mailer De U,e Sertai flint. Michigon Ark.d 01 I IPO"otion '
.
the Tabernacle for those- Rev.who Paul wlll Weber attend protect the our House armed and forces designed from to Injured Boy Dies horses against and the mule disease'were In 1939, whichIs EYE IT TRY IT BUY IT! ba.ed ofl":ro,7 i

mpanled! about one-fifth of the total "lo/e' and local.
. activities and our peo r
by his subversive for
wife and losing fight loxes
After waging a stock In this (if
ilUghter work ) '
number of ony .
simlllar -
will columns or opfiono!
tie two have charge of ple from'fifth life during V past four months' Only 8.008 cases were u'pm.fJ' and r
'''vices. country. occs.sj '
Mrs. ITmonthsoldson 5
WeberSfia.the groups"
Bennett : 1 '
in
)
Wayne in the entire country 01"-1'0

J!lttle lis and girl WU the| pay| the Republican Senator Danaher member of(R.,the Coon subcommittee )- of Mr. and Mrs. H. T.20th, Ben-In reported 1939, as compared with a totalof iItTORODE Subject to thongs. Prices with_ ,. r
mUlllcal
died May j
i'aaee nett of Lawtey. of the disease oaf
s. broad bill 181,602 cases no/ice.
They also said the He was j'f
Don't play and sing. hospital. "
a Jacksonville In 1938, Dr. Emmel
II thi8 part of the reported ACAIH f, t
Them talented famIly. was a necessary injured when run over by a train 't
defense ram.The says
SUnlay national pro
Achool afternoon Bible general( near his home on January 18.
' is I growing' In Interest andliteratu' House bill merely providedfor Funeral services were held In

The Bible fingerprinting of all Immigrants Church TUes- Dyal Thanks VotersI .
Is the only| the Lawtey Baptist CHEVROLET CO.
the
Used In teaching. entering or visiting May 21st at 3 o'clock with : ,
,
day who
United States but senators agreedto R. Bowers and the wish to thank all those

AU legal blank, promissory expand this to require registration the Rev E.Enfield officiating. Interment gave me their vote and supporton I *
1Ote. Lee
is'. retain title note. carried and fingerprinting at post- Rev, was In Evergreen Ceme- May 7th. Respectfully, Starke, Floridat'SI b, r

.
,
aliens already In -T, D. Dyal. I 4
r.trap Y the Bradford County offices of all 1 tery.

this country.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAltKB FLORIDA ,--- FRlb.tv, 1111 Ii
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-rAGE EIGHT BELIEVEU. AMERICAN. RED CROSS "Open House'* As Seen From Viewpoint

day's swift and deadly bombers would findit LOCAL PEOPLE TO WAR SEEKS RELIEF FUNDS Of Sewing Room Employes 'lIIt.l
t WILL GO
S.
The Bradford County Telegraph an easy flight to our great centers of in- Continued from Page One)
(
May 20-25, the
One) the period finishing
Page During
and population.So (Continued.From this room
Established 1877 dustry brought them ale In Sewing Rooms holding registered I
'Far as Starke's and im
.. --- There is some countries' all' to. pieces hour." i
--- saddest
the grim story runs. here. I doq't their open-house under P. & S. Open the souvenirs, which Rat
-Friday.. and Entered as Second coming' over Red
Ieabliabed Weekly debate as to details of the President's pro- them do I haven't made The above telegram from House Week, had more than 400 to all visitor, ahh
Chas Mutter at the Port Office at Starke Fla. know what to :; Headquarters was waked to several made>
National 'who up by
Cross : the
visitors worker
.. such his proposal that $200,000000 ,- mind completely. .
-- -- __ _.. --- .-- gram- as up my Friends received this week by E. L Matthews facts: (1) The Sewing Projectsturn entered the other
MEMBER be appropriated to be spent at the Ex' R J. Andreu"Judging of Three from chairman of the Bradford out well-made clothes and looking around some room 11..

almost no questionas Barber Shop: past 'County Chapter ((2)) the worker "Aren't time
110.PRESS; ASSOaA11ON 4astaotttd ecutive's discretion-but experience and past history attractive Styles; you going to
One Into It by the same time It wa an- actually work, and don't waste something They
to its necessity in general. sug- look ,as If we will get At gave II1e
of fundsto would have It; (3) net in the
the quota some
.. nounced that time, as other
Z otlda' gestion made by Mr. Hoover and others, April 1941. at Benny' be raised In this county for workers 'become greatly skilled in visitor, after having more:

I:. L/Matriiewi' ) .._-__..:-. Editor and Owner is that we should thoroughly investigate Lucian Alvarea, stay clerk out, utwe'U war relief purposes has been set sewing, must be very particularIn her souvenir remark bhrl
could ? *
--'- .--. .... .,1 what has happened to past military appro- .: "We It sooner or later., at $600 Immediate voluntary every piece they turn out; ((4)) never be able again '
be In
( SUBSCRIPTION RATE contributions are requested and great numbers of clothes are the WPA has f It
Beauty
making the new ones- of Leila's
before Mundy glv
Yearly, $1.50j Six Month, 75c Payable In Advance priations Leila"I don't see any way out may be turned in to the chair- given out monthly;. ((5) they make anything.' Mrs Stump Yo
has been great Salon:
believe that there Bradford County men's heavy pressed
many we man at the everything: from with the
hope
Advertising Kates on Application wg of It, but I certainly work
This or or left at the Florida to baby dresses, shorts, she says she
.. ... .. waste and inefficiency. may may neutral." Telegraph breeches hag save
stay
can
---
--- .r' F. F.
Bank at Starke, or with nightgowns-and not many are equalled outside
it a
circumstances
not be done-under any Ritch of Clar- factory,
Public Opinion Is Unanimously Mrs. Carrie Stump, treasurer of the chapter patterned alike, as they were a A IIIXh' > 'oanpllh\'ni
g Rebind President Roosevelt is inevitable that we are about to embarkon Jean Shoppe: "I think we're righton I'm A previous telegram from the few years ago; ((6)) the Sewing Mrs B. Jacobs WbOSt
It now;
yd a record-breaking military betterment the' verge of Red Cross stated: Rooms are littered with posters band Is a drygoods

There was no lightness in President campaign. afraid we'should" have prepared "With the invasion of Holland. warning against accident-a sur- made the remark that eton the

Roosevelt's voice when he addressed the sooner f Belgium, Luxembourg, and France prising thing to visitors who turned out In the Sewing

Congress with his request for a national From the economic point of view, this J. H Courtmanch, jeweler Atlantic still the war has entered a phase could not see how bad accidents equalled any factory-Ball"

presents many grave problems. With a dis holds faith'In the broad which will Inevitably and at once could occur In a sewing .room. she had ever
defense program unprecedented in our debt it will be said I "The Old Country (Germany bring widespread and appalling Miss' Ruth Johnson says, though, A little girl 'came, ov
torted budget and a gigantic take U S.,
alp pacce-time history. There was only deepest ) could never suffering to millions of helplessmen many do happen-and a reportof Sewing Room with her

gravity-even as there was only worry and difficult to raise the hundreds of millions regardless cundltons-they're! women and children. In even the simplest ono must be so admired a shirt that
of that.What's
wonder' the faces of his audience. For military expansion demands without fur- too far off; I'm sure Is impossible." order to Inaugurate widespreadrelief sent to headquarters. All visit- elated on her mothers bj
economic struc- impossible measures the American Red ors last week were amazed at for her. She finally had Ishown'
1 ther disturbing our touchy
total war, long-dreaded, doubted by many, D. P. Carpenter, of Carpenter'sdrug Cross is at once launching a cam- the quality of the, work turned 'the 'Not To Be Soldi

i had come at last. Holland was Germany's, ture. But as a White House spokesman observed store, refused to be Concerned "I- paign for a minimum war relief out-and the quantity of it. Child Entertains sews[

and her bombers were but 30 minutes flying when a fire approaches your house we'll at least right out of then It-I'm: fund of $10,000,000. Your chap Workers !enjoyed openhouseweek 'Two-year-old John Mack]

j' time from London. The Belgian forces you don't worry about how to pay for extinguishers very believe optimistic.stay In spite" of this once ter quota mobilize is the$600.entire Please leader-at their, success.happily presented proof of some Sewing, who Room came with his throw aWl

had all but 'capitulated. The British and -you charge them and consider being Monday morning. brief- ship of your chapter and community Miss Ruth Johnson asked the Newsome sang 'eVeral CII

p French were falling back. The greatest ways and means to meet the bill later. And Chief A L. Alvarez afraid not was, but I \ In order that your quota workers each to write a short popular songs for the War

machine in all history the swastika that seems to be the general attitude now. but-grim": "I'm may be raised' and excelled with- narrative on visitor's week, as Mr: W H. .lIal't. camel
military hope so. out delay" seen from their Individual point- on a tour of Inspection,'
The will be applauded, practically W. H: Hart of Hart Furniture
flying above it, pressed inexorably for- program The people of Bradford County of-vlew. One .of these we pub- seeing our souvenirs, ask
with humor,
a, ward. unanimously, by the entire country Co.said, :dismissed"Well I worry figure like this: have always responded readily to lish here written by Lucille Grif- see the "candy department]

O from the Red Cross, andIt fis: Too Big a Job I
appeals
with It
before the President and I think keepln' up
The problem my We started
i Wrck pl
out to
Is that of war Open-House keep
our quota
Gate-Crashers Are A Nuisance not bring It hoped
the Congress was not whether the United day by day-is gonna relief will quickly be subscribed. The Public Eye Is now on the of the interesting commenti]
When
they
But Fire Is More Deadly or keep It away.
States would go to war. There can be no trottln' that's all Sewing Room. I think that Open by visitors, but, as we ba
whistle, I'll go ;
The recent dance-hall fire, in which House Week has aroused more 400 before the week doa
doubt that interventionist spirit has immensely I caq do-and, I don't like limburger Recent Births Recorded,
to be too
Rooms got much of
about 200 'Negroes died the most horrible! cheese. Interest In.the Sewing a ]
increased-yet, even if there were : Following are the Bradford than has ever before been shown.It surely were glad to see
Radio
deaths is of those James Mayes>, of Mayes'
simply one more con-
A. E. F. has the public a chanceto terest every one Is taking]
for
unanimous support sending an Service: "I think that If we don't County births (orthe: latter partof given
flagrations which could have been \*' what work and believe the
pre and understand we peep:
see
abroad again, it could not be done now. Our get Into It, Hitler will come over May: \
have been doing. I glad to get the chance to]
are, and
vented. here .and get Into us; If we don't, Mr and Mrs Russell ,H. Phlll-
and in need of vital supplies.Our .
is small
the
army think that some people have altogether get over project and i
have him for a man, Starke, girl May'l1,
we're
The fire, it is reported, was started gonna in the
air force is minuscular beside that of different Ideas of the garments making
deliberately by a drunken merry-maker.., Christmas present Mr. and Mrs George P. Shu- purpose of the project. The pinking shears i aJI
the great foreign powers. Our industrial S. E. Sparks, bead man at City ford, Lawtey, girl. May 14. ton-hole attachment
None save the criminal can be blamed for Barber Shop: "I believe U. S. Welfare Workers Visit. came
machine is not geared for It would
war. Mr. and Mrs. Walter E Martin Mrs Bessie Burns and Mrs. their share of Interest, a

say the authorities, take a year and perhaps that. But; had a minimum of forethoughtbeen t on wants the to other stay hand out,, she's but I going believe to, Lawtey boy, May 19. Dea Wilson, together visited the was the first time many I

more to prepare, equip and provide used, the hazards that make for a seri be forced to_fight for protection Mr. and Mrs R. C. Johns sewing room last week. They either.

ous fire would not have existed. of her own rights and freedomIn Hampton girl. May 20. were shown through both .rooms Our rooms were kept bta
and supplies for a significant expeditionary -
transport in Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice, by one of the workers. Mrs. with flowers all week Sol
the not-too-dlstunt future;
force. The dance-hall was decorated with other words, It'll be a self-de- Lawtey, boy. May 21. Burns and Mrs. Wilson were very were thoughtful to send
Mr. and Mrs Allen Franklin and of flowers, t twere th
work vases
streamers of Spanish moss-a material complimentary toward the
So immediate war was not the prob- fense proposition.
Hall, of Jacksonville, boy, bornIn never without them,
which we are now doing.
lem. The problem was how to make this which is practically explosive when dry. those Nat who Sternberg'the agrees war will with be Starke, May 24 Mr, Fred Stump, visiting the I was greatly appreciated
say
country ready against invasion and attack. On top of that, all windows and entrances, swift and deadly, won't give us Mr and Mrs Joe Lee, Starke, Sewing Room was shown through the workers .. .

Tho possibility of a crushing allied defeat save for the narrow front door, had been A chance to fight over there: girl. May 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Allen
barred in order to out possible "We'll get Into It if It Isn't over I
keep gate
was not mentioned, but all think it was up- Gill. LaWtey girl, May 10.( Candidates Swiss Family"At
before we ,get chance.
permost in ,the President's mind. And if crashers. John Godwin,\,@ Jerk! at Canova' Mr and Mrs. Claude Roy Prevatt' Thank Voters Ritz Sunday I

that happened, and Germany sat astride The inevitable result was that when Pharmacy: "I tpjnk\ we're goingto Starke, boy May 14. ,f- '
Mr, and Mrs Alonza Starling,
out; we've no busi- .-" I wish' to thank every man, Dramatically transferred J
stay got
the match
Europe, swollen with success, what 'would touched the moss, Hell broke Starke, boy, May 21, irotliJ
ness over there. woman and child who so loyally the printed page to
happen? Would the British fleet fall into loose. Flames shot to the ceiling. Vast
Dr. W, F;. Middleton' : "I think supported me in my race for ture film, "Tho Swisa Fl

German hands? Would Hitler lay claim to pillars of black smoke billowed out. In a we'll get Into, ti(; during the year Poppy Day SuccessfulMrs. County School Superintendent. 1 Robinson1' Is the fea'uie. J

Canada, Bermuda, the Indies and other few seconds the dance-hall was an inferno. 1040--we can't 'atay out." N D. Walnwright, Jr.,I again renew my- pledge that the Ritz Theatre!
the
tion at
S. G. Denmark: "I hope we System shall have no part
possessions in this ? And if he Dancers blinded by smoke and choking successful Spoils Thlil
hemisphere stay out-.I really think we're reports a very Poppy, in my administration. No teacher, Sunday and! Monday

did, what position would America take? from fumes, beat with pitiful futility gonna be In myself! ; It's looking Day, und a total profit of 4175. i bus driver or anyone else con- tale of f ship-wrecked fami
Those who assisted her In selling -
That last question is easily answerednoone against the barred windows and doors. A that way, anyhow i nected with the school system' ar deserted Island has entlJ:
; barber "If I the poppies were: Carolyn I of his : ,
Ralph Storey, : go need have fear losing
any
doubts that we would have to meet few escaped by the front entrance. The there I'ni' Green. Freddie WImberly, Virginia -' millions of readers for tbel
over gonna get my or her job because he or,she,differed -
force with force. And what the President majority perished from suffocation and share of IUOWR,Germans." I Sewell Inez Cutshaw, Elsie with me in political princi- half century and now the J

asked was that we give all we have to get- flame. Buck Crawford: I don't Green, and Lyle Anderson. The ples. With charity toward all picture version of 'The I
x think there's going to be any i American Legion i appreciatestheir and malice toward none let us is enter!
ting an adequate force ready. In this fire, the simplest, most obvious war." I help, and the cooperation of united press forward toward our Family Robinson'millions vii\

Never has one of Mr.; Roosevelt's many tenets of fire prevention and control were J. B. Rowe, deputy sheriff: "I the public in buying the poppies, goal-a school system in Bradford fine and plot thrilling, colorful southland sJ

speeches met with so enthusiastic a recep- violated. Under no circumstances should think we're going to get In It- making this the most successful County that is second to scenery and good I
sale held here thus far.
'think we'll get in it during 1940 I poppy ,!
tion. Die-hard Republican newspapers en- inflammable materials be used for decorations ,. none.From the depth of my heart, headed Freddie by Thomas Bartholomew Mitchell,I

dorsed It almost in toto, no less than New --many a disastrous fire hasstarted E. W. Hayes, Tax :Assessor: "I Buys Half Interest again I thank you.Sincerely Holt Best and Terry Kllburn. I

Deal newspapers. Ex-president Hoover from that cause. Even worse is the hate to think It, but I don't see I G. P. Golden who recently' yours Tuesday the Ritz Is Pi
any chance: for us to stay out. ;
Middleton. W
:said firmly, "The President is right." The tice of barring windows and exits. prac-I I'm afraid It won't be 60 days bought a half-interest\ .in the --W. E. "That's Right You're his ore:|

in few be before we'll be Starke Dry Cleaners, Is the same starring Kay Kyser,
Republican minority Congress, with crashing may an annoyance-but In the war-I I wish to express my appreci- Menjou and 1

exceptions, promised full cooperation.The considerably less annoying than being cremated hope I'm wrong.Judge'E." owned person Golden's who for Bootery thirty In years Jack-, ation to those who voted for me GInny Adolphe Simms. "The LullFox"
County K.
Perryman:
in the Second Primary, Tuesday. songs cs
alive. other hit
President's request for 50,000 war- "I think we can stay out If we sonville. Five years ago he Although defeated I will continuemy and "That's IYou're

planes, coupled, with a plant capacity ade- The country pities the victims of this want to. I don't nee anythingyet went out of business and now, Interest In the schools of day are Wrong from" and tbel
since a few months he and
that would Indicate ago
quate to replace that many annually literally fire. But let the country learn a lesson go into it." we should Mrs. Golden are living In Starke. Bradford County, and will .co- Tuesday night program t'sj'

"brought ,down the house." That from their needless deaths. Think first- Clerk of the Court A. J. operate with our new school of- eludes a cartoon and short
,
Keen ficials In every way possibleJ. 15-cents as Tul
was to- be expected. For few doubters still then you won't have to be vainly sorry aft Thomas: "I do not know. Future Reopens BakeryA. H. Moore. Ject. all for J
night.
Is bargain
question, the efficacy of the air-arm. It has erwards. Issue developments. determine the Keen, formerly a baker In Wednesday and TW1

scot definitely proven its ability to destroy O __ Starke reopened his business here I wish to express my deep appreciation "Oomph" girl Ann Sheridan I
the middle of this week. In the to those who stood by O'Brien a l
major warships but it has beyond The Far East Bears Watching !MIDDLETON NOMINATED Garfield and Pat
,
proven building directly by Frederick's me, giving me such a fine vote together In "Castle on twi

question its ability to harass, to disorganize As Well As Europe SUPERINTENDENTContinued Furniture Hospital. Mr. Keen In the Second Primary. Although SOD" I

to wreck. The British and the French Although bloody Europe naturally holds ( from page one) has been working In Leesburg, defeated I harbor no 111 will to-
Orlando, and Jacksonville since ward anyone feeling that our Winnel
admit that air inferiority was the prime the center of our attention, it is the opinion and "run-offs" in several districtsfor he left here about a year ago, race was run on a high plane, Phillips Was

factor leading to their failure in Norway. of statesmen and foreign experts that county commissioners and but is once again operating I without malice ,or any ill feeling. Our attention has Just I

And air superiority was a major factor in we should be keeping a closer eye on the: school Dr. W board E. members Middleton defeated Starke's only bakery. : -J, F KIckllter. called to the fact that we 1

the success of Hitler's blitzkrieg in the Low Far East. For there is the most immedIate Incumbent A. J. Griffis by a vote I I desire to- sincere to list the outcome of the injl H
Tillman To Move HereThe express my In
election
Countries-even- as it was last fall in the threat to American peace and security. of 1.618 to 1.227 for the office of appreciation to the people of 'district Trustee In our tabulation 01

astonishingly swift conquest of Poland. Today Hitler's invasion of Holland brought county Instruction.superintendent of public Rev. H. }I, Tillman of County Commissioner's District vote after the first primal

airplanes are any army's eyes, even as with it a situation that the State Depart- In the governorship race Brad- Jacksonville, who supplies the No.given 1,me Lawtey last Tuesday.T.for the'. fine vote J. Phillips' was elected his ny opM M
pulpit of'lleveral Bradford over
they are a great offensive weapon, and a ment has long expected and dreaded. Within ford voters repeated their First churches, has County T Blackburn.I of 274 to 227
recently purchased J. Q. Rosier
blind army is a beaten army. reach of Japan are the rich Dutch East Spessard Primary endorsement L Holland by giving property at Lawtey and may

The 50,000 warplanes request, of course, Indies, principal source of' the world's sup- lead of 1,798 to 1.012 a substantial for op-- future.move to this county In the near desire of School to express District'Number to the people In that election _and_ I *

entails a long-term program-it is esti- ply of tin and rubber. The Indies could ponent Francis P. Whltehalr. One, comprising Lawtey and express my deep appreclatJ:

mated that it will be at least a year and a not be defended by the small Dutch navy U. S. Senator Charles O. And lingsworth 1,433, J. F. KIckllter 'North Starke, my sincere ap them. I
rews remained In favor here, 1358. preciation for the fine vote and Sincerely, J
half before our factories can turn out that and garrison there and Britian
and
Franceare
beating Jerry W. Carter 1,593 to I Afl 1
J. S. (Buddy) Norman won the support given me last Tuesday, -Alice (Mrs Sam
umber annually. Of more immediate i concern too busy elsewhere to protect them. 001. nomination as school board mem- and in return thereof I pledge you I

Is a speeding up of the army and navyjmprovement They would make a rich prize for ambitious J. Tom Watson carried the ber from District One by a close my most ernest efforts In behalf WYNN THANKS VOTKW:
county 1,213 to 726 over Ed. R. vote of 731 to 886 over Incum- of the interesta of'the schools : *. My friends. I wish to !If 1
started months
Japan and would
program ago. immensely increase her Ytte
Bentley In the race for attorney bent J. H. Moore. and of the tax payers-during-'my 'thank for the fine 1

More troops, more guns, and more and better' economic and military prestige. So say general. Another Incumbent board mem- term of office. gave's me you last Tuesday L J

anti-aircraft protection more tanks, bet- the military men, if Japan makes a'grab W. M. Walnwright received ber E. J. Lewis (chairman) was Signed, :making me your next

ter protection for battleships against air for them' it will be up to us to stop her. 709)more over than 2 his to opponent 1 here ,((1,948 J. Edwin to C.defeated Kelly.in The District vote Three was by Lewis O. -J. S.-(Buddy) Norman commissioner South Stark from I District will' "J J

attack, accelerated munitions production a Secretary Hull has sent strong warn Larson In the race for state 290. Kelly 398. I wish to again thank you for .strive at all times to s n'

great air-pilot training program-such mat- ing notes on this subject to Nippon. And treasurer Circuit In the runoff contest for the support you haVe given me.I appreciation for this IP'' '

ters as these are to be attended to with the Judge A. Z. Adklns was county commissioner (District take this method of expressingto support and I will nev'fnfl
Japanese position as expressed by her another 2 to II victor in this One), Incumbent P. D. Reddish each of sincere
you my appreciation cause to r'1'et
maximum speed. For the experts have Premier, has been that of satisfaction as county over Henry L. Gray. The succeeded In holding the fort for the support and Wynn your commission !

been suddenly convinced that there is no vote was 1.812 to 929. against the serious attack of T. confidence
to the maintenance of the status But placed in me. I as- ,you
quo.
time to waste. If Alaska with its tiny the Indies The vote on the state senator- T. Blackburn. The vote was sure you such confidence will be again.Gratefully yours.L
still
are a danger ship here "as
spot.O was close as they Reddish 302. Blackburn 243.J. protected by fair Impartial and
white population, were captured, the entire make 'em", with
1.332
O cast for L. Wynn. won the run-off efficient service to the best of -
Pacific,Coast and much of the Western in- Hal Y. Malnes. and 1,308 for for our II
scientist has discovered a method of county commissioner in District my ability, I thank you. We wish to express
terior would be in ready range of enemy extracting food from Ernest Hewitt. Three by a vote of 353 to -0. C. Kelly. appreciation to the peoP
coal. A newly mar- Another close race was the 263 over his opponent. R. L. Lee. for the
Bradford County
airfields. And from Greenland, Bermuda ried friend tells us that his wife can reverse I contest for supervisor of registration Frank Dowllng carried this I wish to thank those who supported vote and support given tI!!I

parts of Latin America and other places the won by James F. Hol- county for Presidential Elector Tuesd"
process with the greatest of ease.WallSt. me in the. first primary A. J. Griffis last
where an invader might establish bases, to- Journal. lngworth! by a narrow margin (Group One) 789 to 643 over Iris election. I will not forget the Mrs. A. J, G
.
I>f 73 .
votes. The
count was Hob Brown. Grlftil.f
loyalty shown! me by my friend Julian