Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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r'TWO TPI he 110m. of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of heaven ::1.1,

,tg 84rTY TAI HE. FWIUOA, Flun..IllLl' 19, 1940 NUH8LrK TIIIRTY.OIGIIT; ,..

Guards 1 r I Referendum On I I World's Tallest Man I Books -I ''I'i"N i,' :I

(2,000 I ; County No County LevYt i :

lay Be At CampBelieve Tobacco QuotasI j 'Will Open :Next Year Is Belief ,11/!' .:,/, I 1'>

TomorrowU. '
August FifthElectors "
National Guard Will Be :
I Commissioners Estimate Expenses : s'>
For One Year Of
Called Out S. Will Buy TobaccoIf
I May Qualify For Fiscal Year Beginning ,j K t ,!

Intensive Training II I 3-Year Control For General Election October First :: r rI'

i President Roosevelt's plan for mo-t Program Is ApprovedAt Until Oct. 12 "'
Congress( approves Following the adoption of the budget by the
intensive training of the National Guard when I temporary .
ation and the National I' a meeting of tobacco grow The County Registration Books County Commissioners at their meeting in the courthouse ; .:
onvenes next week following Democra- ers at the Brooker schoolhouse will open August 5 for the '' ,
purpose here Tuesday it was' indicated that Bradford County's 1940-( ;.
';onvention, 22,000 officers and men will be stationed at last night, County Agent T K of registering all legally 41 tax levy would be nothing at all in districts having no
here. This move is being contem- ; McClane told, tobacco farmers
Blanding near F qualified electors who are not already -
school bonds. The last five
p Department as part of the gigantic I that they were facing probably registered of outstanding levy year was )
the War Army Supervisor '
HJ by mills. This will be another milestone in the colorful history. 1
the lowest I
market In I
plan it was announced in Washington Tuesday. '' prospective Registration N. D, Wainwright, ,
the history of tobacco production. y Sr., said this week. of Bradford County. .
stationed at
Camp Blanding
I National Guards will be I The temporary budget showed several amazing decreases !1
of Florida Alabama However "If tobacco farmers in- The books will be open In the
Thirty.First Division, composed and will in all likelihoode dicate by their vote In the tobacco Supervisor's office in the court- in expenditures which will total only $41,832 this year not "I I I;:'

lissippi, and Louisiana units I referendum tomorrow (Sat. ; house on Tuesdays, Thursdays, : including Road and Bridge Bond Interest and Sinking Fund I {
detachment from Starke.
the Headquarters I unlay) that they want a three with estimated for the 1939-40
and Saturdays of each week from as compared an $55,479 i 4
i I II
amp Blanding is now 90 percent finished and will be year control program, the government August 5 to October 12. the second .I year ending October 1.

1 August 5 for occupancy by a regiment of Field Artil- plans to buy 150 to 170 I Saturday in the latter month., :I Among the decreases: this year from last year's estimates 2

Thea _ramo__ r is 37.000, acres million pounds of tobacco which Persons registering during this i I was the General Fund from $21.-
present and under the I will be about one-fourth of this i time are qualified to vote In the ,
at 189 to $19,602 and the Fine and
will be increased it WPA years crop." McClane added. I November General Election but( I
Building Work
plans On Road 13
to 122,000 acres, according The County Agent also discussed -' r not in the next Democratic Pri I Forfeiture Fund from $9,380 to ,;(I

statement by General Sumterwry how the withdrawal of the I Robert Wallow maries. However, persons reglirt- only 8938. The only Increase ;,

of Jacksonville, In British buyers last Fall in addition -, ered for the Democratic Prima wan In the Agricultural Fund
Jr.. UnitsTwenty u'\
ami of the 56th Field ArtU Sanitary to the record 1939 crop of. ries are automatically registered May Begin SoonBids which was raised only $90 from I'

1,160,000.000 pounds had lowered Tallest Man for the General Elections.It $1.350 to $1,440.Following '

Brigade Privies Now prices of tobacco last year and Is not necessary to register Were ReceivedFor are the minutes of .
rishlngton officials declined how this heavy"surplus Is still in Bradford '' 4
every year County the meeting at which the budget ;l''
!lOBe complete plans of the Completed; Orders I affecting prices this year and will Persons who have registered once Last Four ,MilesIn waa adopted and an Itemized list :if

but Indicated the ,activityCamp Coming Fast I continue to do so until it has Died MondayWadlow for either the Primaries or Gen Duval CountyWork of county expenses for the new a ii

Blanding would be I 1: been disposed of. "It is still eral Election. In past years and fiscal year beginning next October "

ly connected with the yet For'a little over two months, a : very difficult to export tobaccoto Was Here have not moved from the,county on the final unpaved four 1, The Commissioners will i J

ihorlzed proposal to call ,out highly beneficial Sanitary Project!, the European countries be- since are registered! and need not) miles of Road 13 between Baldwin adopt their permanent budget for : ; ,
under the WPA has been under Last FebruaryFor and the Duval County line,
National Guard troops. cause of the conflict going on re-register. the new year at their meeting of If
0 way In Bradford County. Since (I I there at the present tune," he Shoe Firm The Supervisor announced his. It Is believed will begin" early In... September 2. t I ,;" ft. l

ass stated that all married its beginning April 27th, twenty I said. "We have enough tobaccoon office hours on the registration August and be completed In time Mrs Clare S. Hogan and Mrs. i iGeorgia ;

la the National Guard except families have had sanitary ce i hand at the present time to Last February 7th. about 2:30In : days as from 9 o'clock A. M. until for the winter travel. It was Hammond of the Wom .

nlaloned officers will be of- ment-bottom privies' Installed and .I last three years after the end of the afternoon, Call (Main) noon, and from :2 o'clock P. M.,. learned here this week. The paving en's Work Division, of the WPA .() n

the opportunity to resign' .,will no longer be worried with I. the present tobacco year and for Street was jammed with curious until 5 o'clock P. M. of this four miles will com- met with the Board in response '

commiBsloned officers 'and this county's health-worry number'one ', this reason the buyers are not at Starkeltea who knew that at 3:30: Anyone not certain whether or plete Road 13 from where It joinsU. to Invitation and discussed the 's''i, *

e men will take part In 'the. : hookworms. Also looking !gall I anxious for more tobacco. they were to see a very unusual not he Is registered properly may S. Road 1 (the main arteryof various activities of th, WP "

led training program. forward to having Just such a I I Nearly every buyer bought a two I person who was going to sit In quickly ascertain his status by tourist travel) at Callahan to They stated that there would /be ,

t dally payroll at Camp privy Installed are many more I years supply during the 1939 sea-! a truck for one hour, In front of seeing Supervisor Wainwright at Cedar Keys. The rebuilding of more and more consolidations of ',' .

log It 22,000 or more men of this county's rural families I I'son because of the heavy produc- Steinberg's Store to let the the office during the days and Road 13 between Gainesville and such projects so that greater ,; "

stationed there would bet who are crowding orders In to tion and resulting low prices !,I crowds see and .even talk with hours mentioned. Archer Is now bl'l'nacompleted.' numbers could be employed on !tone

t$33.000, based on an aver- E. 3.",Sibley, foreman of the project Farmers were told by the Agent him. This week the same man also.The project thereby reducing 1; m
pay per man of $1.50.. This ,. who : Everyone Robert Wadlow 22, tallest man Telegraph wrote a letter II ti\
says that if 2-3 of the tobacco growers County HospitalIs supervisory costs, and that the WI n\
amount of money plus sup seems-1 .be,eager and interested voting in the referendum favoreda 'I In medical history? died on Mon recently to the State Road Department project approved for this county ,

Udtd by the Camp; is, ex> that'"'Ifvt>",t6.lk..r ..t!(," three-year tobacco marketing' day of complications resultingfrom Assured requesting definite Information would more than likely be a ;

i.i 1lag.4S. thlfl! section VPVri i at s i'tl3iaora Countycan quota "th-e (Soverqment would a foot. lnf da of ifs July 4, when on -of'his foot Definite assurance'was receivedthis tion of the famous "missing link" I
a new era good 'thank; lucky stars for purchase through"the markets Health Project. They could not I t. ,
braces rubbed a sore on his foot. week that Btarke would be of the and the following : r
Q and such project-for with highway ,
prosperity. a suchwellconstructed 150: to 175: million pounds of tobacco estimate the allottment for Brad ,
He died In a Munlstee Mich., I the location of a, $25,000 City- answer was received this week
troopers would be statlo'nedp toilets as are at a price equal to or ford County aa yet'but suggested
Blanding about a year built under this program, hookworm slightly above last year's averageIn : hotel.The County months Hospital have before many from J, H. Dowllng. State Highway that It would more than likelybe I
more passed
ea Indicated and Congress- disease will be on the way an effort to keep prices up. : day when he was here The will Engineer: approximately sixty to one
Lax Green predicted the out, will be reduced by a tre- In addition acreage allotments Starke boys lined the tops of new county hospital "Judge Perkins has referredto hundred workers and that It .

p would be converted Into a mendous extent. A good dose of I will be the same as 1941 If the Call Street buildings everybody be a One story cementblockbuilding. me your letter to him of June would call for a contribution of

nent Army base during this' worm-medicine and a sanitary three-year program Is adopted Ion the sidewalks shoved furiously and will be built as a 22nd requesting that you be advised about four to five thousand dollars -

1 or soon after. Congress- privy for each afflicted familyor I I and the Government will con- I get a closer look. But to those city and county sponsored WPA when the contract will be for the year.

i Green stated he has and ( anybody in danger of worm- tinue to try to open up the ex- who couldn't get close Robert project.fee The will city-county be $9,000 and sponsorship the- : let for the remaining four milesIn The Board then proceeded to

continue, to urge the War infested ground) will check this port markets and hold! productionat i I Wadlow could still be seen well (WPA will furnish the remaining Duval County of State Road select not more than three hun-
stood In the truck tower. which will the road
rtment to establish a base at county's health-horror number the present level. However when he I 16000. The exact location of 13 complete dred and not I less than two names

ding Expansion of the area one off the list-of bad-health pos if the situation does not clear up ing above the street with the peo- the building has not been decided between Baldwin and Callahan. of good and lawful men In the

37,000 to 122,000 acres lat sibilities, and few families with by 1942, growers may in that ple gaping at his size not quite I but It is understood that "This Department received bids Couty to serve a. Jurors in the

virtual assurance that this, unsanitary toilets are free from year get a reduction of 10 per believing what their eyes saw: a several upon sites for the hospital have July 2nd and we have recommended County Judge's Court for the en-
1-2 Inches tall with Public Roads Administration
9 the
8 feet, to
n will be taken.aTirtyFiret hookworm. allotments for man In accordance with
cent In acreage suing year
i I been offered free. A free site
his feet. And so the award of the
Division of the Once more, this Is how the that year, and this same allotment 37AA shoea on donated to the city and county Chapter 10167 Laws of, Florida
in town in which. contract the lowest bidder. We
tonal Guard if building of a sanitary privy may I can be used for 1943. Farms it was every to Acts of 1929 as amended.
projected make a major portionof
plan up
he appeared, sponsored by Peters have not yet heard from the Public -
carried ,out will be com- be procured from the project, ;with an allotment of less than and managed by I the sponsorship fee and leave Roads Administration giving Mrs. Klva Sullivan renewedher
i Shoe Company
ded by according to Mr. Sibley: you two acres can not be reduced at ii for traveling
General Albert H. his normal-sized father In every the cost to the city and county at their approval but do not expect request expensesfor 't'
ding, for whom the KIngsley, must see Quigley and Davis- all during the three years, and no people marveled, won .''only about $2.000 each. objections, and the contract herself as Supervisor of School
community any
" orders must be them. be reduced more than I Cafeteria while her
Keystone Heights Camp was got through farm can I dered what made him the way he Congressman Lex Green who should be awarded sometime next making dally
d. Gen. Blanding Is the re- Nineteen dollars, which comes 10 percent for the 3-year period. has been working for thin project I (this) week. Work will start calls at each school, and It 'was '

Y retired chief of the. Na- from. your pocket will furnish McClane also( told the growers was. I for several month, received early In August and should be agreed to Include same In the an-
! Guard for the entire outfit.If I When Robert Wadlow was born I I nual If ,
wanted budget possible.
Bureau. everything that many of them had along the assurances Tuesday that the completed In time for the winter
ouncement of the plans for you have any lumber good period program so that they be was like any other child. project will be approved In a I It travel. The Hoard then took up the

p Blanding Tuesday followed enough that may be used to help I could plan from one year to the Weighing 8 1-2 pounds he waa letter from Roy Schroder State I "Yours very truly matter of making an estimate of

y President Roosevelt's de- cut down the already-low expense. next and that the government considered quite normal. First :t WPA Administrator In Jackson ".1. H. Dowllng" the necessary expenses of the

n Saturday Of last week to But starting from scratch nineteen I was offering them the opportunitythey sign of abnormal growth was at I ville. The letter stated: Completion of this stretch of County for the fiscal year from

out; With Congressional ap, dollars will buy all new had asked foe if they cared I II the age of six montna when he I "Dear Congressman Green; October 1, '1940 to and Including
50,000 National Guards- materials. Labor U free, of I I'to take it. "This ls> your program weighed 30 poumla. At 18 monthshe I "Our District Manager Mr. road is expected to benefit Starke September 30, 1941 and having

to camps as soon as possible course. I ," said the agent in closing I was an alarming 62. By the Walter W, Ivey advises that the and all other towns along the considered the receipts estimated

a Year's 'Intensive training. The project Is moving fast, and "and the Department of Agriculture I time he wan nine years old., he sponsors have furnished his office highway as far south as Archer.. by Clerk and having given full

Ia described as an "unpre- *iys> Mr Sibley: "I've more orders I, is ready and willing to put waa a six-footer welching 180. with a !set of plans and that When this four miles Is completed consideration of Ihe needa and

ted Peacetime step." In the than I can fill right into effect any kind of program Last February, Robert Wadlow the bill of materials Is now being tourists will not have to necessities of the County and the

ors original statement he now." tobacco growers want. It is then with but a week to go until taken off. As soon as the detailed go Into the city of Jacksonville requirements for the different

the divisions to be called you to you to decide Just what his 22nd birthday had reached estimated of costs Is com struggle with the traffic and then purposes to meet the expenses
II from New York and New 29 From Here would be best for all concerned. what was not yet the climax of pleted a project proposal will be choose between several roads going 13- during the said fiscal year have
south but will take Road
r Tennessee and the Caro- Ilt I U your duty and privilege togo his weight: 400 pounds. Whenhe I prepared and no delays are anticipated determined and do hereby declare
New I exlcoOklahoma.. Attend U. of F. to the polls Saturday and died Monday he waa the same In securing final ap at Callahan because this routeto route the following to be the estimated
and best
offers the shortest
na I when he (Continued on eight)
and Colorado, and height as In February ( proval. page
Montana OreWashington. and- Twenty-nine Bradford s t u ,consci-ence (Continued on page eight) I "Assuring you of our InterestIn south central and west Flor-
I i I
dents have attended the first sum ,I ers in the Brooker this matter with best regards, ida. New Postoffice

e training Is mer session of the University of' Brooker and the rest of Discount "Sincerely yours,
designed to vote at City
.Iartze the Guardsmen with Florida. It Is likely some of the county will vote at the courthouse I I "Roy Schroder State Administrator August 5 StillB. Footings PouredThe

ern Ices IVeapons and military will this enroll group, for and the perhaps second others sum, I I In Starke. The polls will Ends July 31 I ," H. S. Opening Date"In concrete footings (founda
and Is expected at 9 o'clock A. M. sharp r
tbelll for also to mer term opening next Monday : open at 5 0'- City Clerk Carl Johns warned tions) were laid this week forStarke'
training the thous- i and will close promptly week i Tobacco Auctions spite of the many rumors
or owners
July 22. havingan Starke property new postofflce building
conscripts who will be I clock PM, Only growers going around Bradford High
I' month that
10 the service If Congress At the state university for the ,, interest in a 1941 tobacco crop that July Is the last Open Soon School will still begin Monday and work was begun on the cement t

u a compulsory military initial session were: Andrew Z.Adkins : will be eligible to vote. I ; all unpaid city paving liens may August 9, as far as this office I I" lower aldewalla. Construction "
full for only 50- II week Bradford County's
nr law Madeline be settled in Next
Ethel M. G. Biggs. to
A proposal for such 'strongly urge each of you will begin concerned." attaches In County Superintendent C. J. Miller .
If IVUI be laId before Con- I Crosby Verna J. cast your ballot Saturday so that centa on the dollar. I 128 tobacco growers estimated 211,140 I Superintendent W. E Middle ton's aid Iron rods used" In pouring s
I the
Flora A. Edwards Joyce T.I I voice In the pro- Last year the City Council moving ,
Prophesied many quarterspassage you will have a of flue-cured office said Wednesday the lower sidewalls had not arrived -
b the pound 1940 crop
Its Futch Melvin' Brown Futch. gram that will be In effect for following the passage y I leaf tobacco to the various Neither School Board District and would possibly delay

:ran D. Guy Melva Harrell. Ed-j, next year and the years following State Legislature of a local bill tot I bright Florida and Georgia tobacco Trustee., or the Superintendenthad work a short while and In the

Drive OnSpeeding na M. Hart Sara Hope ." giving the Aldermen authority markets, which are scheduled to I taken any action up until meantime the molding forms for
W. a motion -
Willie Mae Hinson, Henry will be held compromise taxes to delay the sidewalls are being placed.
A similar meeting auction sales, soon after press time yesterday
ainat 50 percent discount begin
Mae P. Kemper a
Annie to grant
Johnson (Friday\. ) at the Vanderbilt -- August 5. the opening date of school although Amazing progress has been
, tonight owners on Monday
t Lucile Kennedy William N. Long at 8 o'clock for to city property are In effect rumors that termites have made In the two weeks construction -
schoolhouse restrictions
of Police A. L. Alvarez Arthur R. McRae Mary' E.. Mc- t growers who could all paving lelns "Many property The quota and prices are eaten out the B. II. S. floor that baa been under way on the
the tobacco this season
Ye.terday aU morning that here. Rae. Harmon P. Morgan, :Muriel attend the Brooker meeting. owners with paving liens against to be much better than someone was going to get out an $45.827: building being constructed
not taken expected
fly city Speed limits will be S. Norman, Debbie F. Phillips tobacco growers are cordially their city real estate last when southern tobacco Injunction and that the State for the government by Murphy

and definitely enforced Edna E. Prevatt, Leola F. Rob- All and urged to attend. advantage of the compromise I year failed to by theneces.ary Superintendent was not going to Pound of Columbus, Georgia, winner
ere Invited
h Is a city ,ordinance erts, Kate B. Sheppard. LesterM. statute," Johns said Tuesday. !I growers two-inlrds margin a tobacco let the school open were all making of the construction contract.
regulates, the Sponholtr Richard R. Thede "However, there are aim many this week. .
speed limit" the rounds here
laid'e'and will be from now on that Grace A. Wainwright and Madge City RegistrationsThe pieces of city loins property against with them.unpaid -I' The quota acreage control In the program.county this Legion Entertainment ,I

want ENFORCED. It Whlgham. City Registration books paving constitute a cloud year I. 2484 acres, and qualityof Big Melon
to will ,
received lelns Post
M. Sponholtz I These The Jonea-Lancford-Whlte
pay for Lester office of
rtch speeding. In the I the tobacco is said to be very
I-but now open of the property
they will have tonit his B. S. in Education at the are Johns In the City Hall. upon the title This week. In front of BennySapp' of the American Legion Friday t

graduation exercises June, 20. Clerk Carl to Starke. all until they are paid and there good.Last Bradford had a crop .. Is being displayed a huge night of next week Is sponsoring ;)
for all All newcomers no better time than the pre IS'' year of the long, Radio Station WTMCa "Prairie
tioti crossings and in- people recently reaching because estimated at 600,000 pounds that 75 pound watermelon
will be 10 young to pay these lelna It was procured Boys.- The program will be at
, unregistered stripped
and miles per Tax Sale SoonTax majority, and others settled In full for brought county growers only type. d
mph will may can be In from Guy Sale's father the Legion Home and will begin
It be the colored persons due. This around $60.000 and resulted avery manager t'
limit dollar
for Carl A. Knight Including iO-cenia for each at 8:30: o'clock. The show will
the residential Collector now and August disappointing season. A J. H. Sale of Madison County
engaged this week pre qualify' between City offer expires July 31 and thereafter tobacco Benny It's not for sale but. .:last an hour and a half and admission if
lit September say
drlY la busily in the number of farmers planting
.. dgfirmly..Soma 10 to vote will be due in full j
sale the leln Is children 13-centa: : adult
IIIlaid tax command a
delinquent Elections. If It were, would
the again
drtv paring Election and subsequent Mr/. Johns con- last year did not try I.
lrt the the Chief "have been list, which will be run In the 10 a Mayor and three with all interest this season. price of about: |1.50. 25-centa. F1 jl !
railroads 2, 8, 18, za, September elected. luded.:
mtlp Per hour" at 30 and Telegraph August councilmen are to be I

and 30. ,

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--- PAGE TWO what city to visit, what car to I I.dozen' states ?

Florida To Convention I Florida Must buy, what gas to burn, more i i' benefit of, uch which ha", to
6r/I Af4JW'o.nuw. Come From Behind hotels-always more hotels-and < road8ide'
LOR -HIGHLIGHTS 1941 NEA I' Councilby the *
i uf w OMtr 4t Uru.e.h.r4e an unending list of Gardens, I i and atlonat p.,

Klv George E Hosmer, of Fort The Billboards"Florida Springs, Alligator Farms, Tur I American N.? PUblished"
pentine Stills, Monkey Zoos andI The 8 A-.
of the National Florida
Myers, past president out from ,,
must come repo
*M <' yf? : Editorial Association and It wishes.I I Reptile Exhibits seeking you ,: the May ,'HIIUe app,
e" behind the billboards .if The whole of Florida' it Nature
ii 1eMrtPCWaW1a4YYiA.tli4kl/nM'rd"J zlne.
? r Florida State patronage.
+... chairman of the the I
its major
.r+ q+M!}rAAlw. }r, yl M.o.eIO.MIwNhORIN NEA Convention to protect appears to be one vast circus of
Press Association declares Mrs W. I
tourist business" I sideshows, each trying to outdo llI.4
announced this snUDtSorlhboUDd:
: Committee National Road- \,
MC W L. Lawton of the !
in the number and noise
c, M'Ra had been received the rest
1 word
w Y t'ryrMAL YLn My week that in report of a
side Council a 1
!,,.t rAe.jterWMrI.YJi Ir, from officials of the NEA roadside of Its barkers lined up along theI Leaves Stllrks
that Florida's bid for the 1941 special study I highways.. So It must seem to 12:30: p m tzy 1 2:2Q:
conditions recently published by'' m., and P *,
National Convention had been accepted -1 the American Nature Association, I the newcomer. J0 10 p mSouthbound
by the Board of Directors, Washington, D. C. The report'I But the report does not fall to
with both a pre-and post-conven supplemented by pictures of ac- present the other aide, the unfque Leaves Starke at 24t
tion tour of the state being con- tual conditions in Florida, pointsout A beauty of U. S. 1 as It follows 1|i 10:20: a. m., ::4:2Q: p, III.

sidered, plans to be worked out that the State Is today in the along the Halifax River, the Indian p. m.
y ti by the Florida press officials, grip of the Outdoor Advertising I River and the Atlantic I Leaves R'ewtbound\
the Florida State Chamber of Ocean,-stretches which could be Stark at u\
j \
::',",'!,:kr' Commerce, and other groups. Industry.Calling attention to the great I I completely protected and main- and 11:30: a. ntEt

The National Editorial Association natural beauty which Florida tained as outstanding parkways, Leaves bound

made up of owners and possesses with its myriad lakes, the report states, by means of Ticket Starke at 1,201 p
rtarr; ': publishers o f non-metropolitan its rivers and ocean shores, the I county zoning in Voluela, Brevardand office. and b\IJ\ d
newspapers, held its annual con- report declares that Florida could Palm Beach counties.' Highways Service StauM,,j
vention In Florida twenty years have many highways as lovely as]' The article Is not destructive 13 and 48.

n VOUNG /3aaw 1L1UlL : ago. Following the business session any parkway if the development'i, criticism. It presents existing NEW TR.US SCBln
at St. Augustine between of the roadsides was properly deplorable conditions only t o :
EAT /TS OlUN1V four and five hundred editorsthen 'controlled. I( stress the need for action, and It No. 2--Du.tuiTODOIUIll
/(iNrN' FOODN toured the state by special I I I Starke 6:131
"The hlghwaya are the show offers practical suggestions for No. 108- Due
E H S/NGlE N/GNT:, train, visiting many communities windows of any state and the''' state and county measures which 'I Starke 6.21

$ D'SIURltOUEO and points of interest where views from the highways will have proved effective elsewhere.It I''No.1- -Dua Southbound i
20o.O / / Starke 10
special entertainment was pro- :33
largely determine the newcomer's Is sometimes well to see our- No. 107 Due
J3f Oi/NO vided by local groups. impressions and memories o t selves as others see us and this I Sturke-lkll 9 201
Following their visit, Florida" the writer claims and report should be a valuable aid 'No. 101- Leaven
gJEljFSkA columns of feature stories, i invites Floridians to take with the in arousing public support for dally except Slant T|
r / material descriptive Sunday.
editorials news
; 4 author a day's trip with candid!I state legislation. No. 102 Arrives
RECENTLY ON OF mE p.elze Stark
of Florida was pub-
camera from the Georgia line to Florida Is one of more than a p. m.
P4N6U/NS ar"dlANINe STUO/OSN lished 'in newspapers throughoutthe
Miami, over Florida's most
r: "' SODDENLY Vi9N5140500ORTN country, giving this state heavily traveled road, and see for _
fD .
OFrr /1//D DYED TOO CEASE much valuable and helpful pub-
'{ Ij', TO THE Q500 Lzi !UNQ JEll/FISH licity, and it Is felt that in en- themselves how their state must HOTEL
Impress the newcomer. LEAMINGTON!
u//17c4''FLr ,WF Y/O/lAnolv' ANO tertaining this group next year "When you reach Miami" the
'c N INS'TN&TLV OPENEDTS C4rEQiYOUSJ70UrN Florida will receive untold benefit -
author declares, ."you have aver-
/ SUCKING 7Ne FU1t7Z4S"S' In the, form of publicity and N. E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard
't aged more than 23 signs to the
1 ? /9/20, FtJerUNRrS"J.Jf'#OIOEI22 He good will. Most of the develop- mile, or one every 3 seconds." Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay I
ment here has taken place within
+ th JE// /5// O/SCOYE2S'OT.r QVS77IK4' "A constant succession of signs
e' the past 20 and Florida has Opposite Union Bus Station
f AND years
'11 ? .eI6UASI'D TlJ/44/.eD UIVNAWED' and billboards of every size, de-
; more to show and more to offer
._ scription and color, flashing past '
than before. MI AMI
now ever FLORIDA
car with kaleidoscopic ef
II Mushrooms Now Thriving But State Want To Care For Success convention in bringing to Florida this Important 1 Is fect your and mingling with roadside One Block From Shopping District And Amuse

Worker Warns Against Poisonous OnesWith A Refugee Child? due largely to the tireless work shops, filling stations and trailer
camps to compose the Florida SUMMER RATES UNTIL
of George Hosmer and his committee -
frequent rains providing "If there 'Is a suspicion that Then Here's HowThe which attended the recent scenery. One long continuous
harangue of untimely and unwelcome Single Room with Bath-91.50; Double Room with EatMIAMI'S

Ideal condition for their growth,] some-one has eaten a portion oft Committeefor meeting In New York and presented
thousands of mushrooms and a poisonous fungus, he should be United States Florida's bid for the 1941 advice as to hotels,
toadstools are now thriving In t I I given an emetic Immediately, a the Care of European Chil- gathering, as well as to Earl whiskey, beer, shoe polish, patent MOST POPULAR HOTEL|

Florida's fields and hammocks, : physician should be called, and apiece dren tells\ how to send for a refugee Brown and the Florida State Exhibit medicine, what route to follow,
but take It from Mycologist Edr-I I of the suspected plant : who entertained the groupat -
man West of the State Experiment should be taken- to a qualified the' New York World's Fair
Station, don't eat any of I botanist for Identification," Mr If, you know the name of the, with a luncheon and special entertainment : UP
these plants unless you're sure. West says. I refugee and are willing to make program.

they are not poisonous Commenting o n the words out affidavits of support and fur- Datea for the 1941 conventionand .oBUY NOW

? Mushroom poisoning:, he asserts, "mushrooms" and "toadstool! the nishing substantial documents, the state tour have not been set.

caufHiff violent Illness\ and pain Experiment Station worker explains committee will make the necessary -! Chairman Hosmer has called a
and unless treated promptly, may that "There is no rent meeting for this week to discuss
result In death There is no distinction between them, but the investigation and give every plans and 'work out an itinerary'
antidote for the poison In some popular Idea is that mushrooms assistance, even showing you how and complete financial arrange- / SAVEDISCOUNT
species. "Never take a chance are edible and toadstools are In-, to word cables.>to U. S. Consuls ments.

with a plant of this group," he edible. The common name for\ near the child you have In mind.It .
warns. "If you're sure It la all all species of this group of fungi
right an dedlble, then you're safe is mushroom." I Is a slow process, however, U. S. Bomber Crashes

In ..ea.ln.It' but 'if you're not ThetiBrp' more than 1AKM:' and you areu urged .to be patient Near Callahan I

sure, leave It alone. Children, :speclea of mushrooms in the Experiment -' and not expect the child on the :
particularly, should be warnednot <<1 Station herbarium which 'I next boat. Full information on A ,twin-motored army bomber i
to handle or eat mushrooms have crashed In the woods near Cal- '
been collected by Mr. West procedure may be obtained by

woods.they may find In the lawn or,and authority Dr. W.on A.these Murrill plants, a national who Is addressing The Migration Service, rain lahan, killing Friday,both July occupants.7, In a heavy The I, ON HOME AND .4

The old tests, the Experiment collecting botanical specimens for United States Committee for the men were Identified as Lieut. William -
Station worker points out, are the atatlon. Dr Murrill has col- Care of ''European Children, 215: R. Barrow, 26, Dayton, AUTO SUPPLIES
unsafe, and mushrooms can be I lected and identified several hun- Fourth Avenue, New York City. Ohio, and Lieut. John A. Morris,

safely Identified only by those dred speclea that do not grow he may collect these and leave age unknown, Dayton.The COOLAIRE SEAT COVERS
who have studied these plants and elsewhere In the country. all others alone. plane was enroute from Price reduced
definitely know those that are Characters used by the botanistin Florida mushrooms are multifarious Dayton to ,Miami. It passed over for this sate
edible. The old Idea that Mushroom Identifying and describing In size and color, ranging Atlanta at noon Friday. Two only.Act now
that can be peeled are mushrooms are so different from from little plants less than an persona fishing nearby said the FIBER Cenp i
edible and that all\ poisonous ones those used for other plants) that I! inch in size to those measuring plane was'flying low and struck Ww$2c'Ffu.
turn silver black does not hold trained the top of one tree and
only a scientist can name 'more than a foot in diameter and crashed
true. There Is no easy guide, many of them. If the layman in color from a bright red to into another Apparently they .-JlJ?

they must be learned as you learns from a botanist the characteristics orange, pink, purple, yellow, were flying low in an effort for I AS LOW AS
would learn varieties of oranges. of a few edible ones cream, white, and black. better visibility in the driving
Both occupants were dead
when Double braided
they were reached, one being cotton ply con-
1 thrown clear of the wreck, the itruction. Black \ ,
other remaining In the plane's'1! durable rubber. .
r (
cabin. 2S ft. AND YOUR

r Was Ss.vr OLD TIRE
Restrictions Felt In
Canning IndustryLakeland O./y THIS
may be your last

,-Great Britain's drastic chance to purchase these
restriction on Imports made 50% OFF ,88 famous tires at these low
Itself seriously felt in Florida's prices! Don't wait! During

0 OJT18f canned citrus Industry for the, /'Q.St f1Q this big July Clearance Sale

first time this year, when ship you can still buy at rock-
fike ments dropped to less than 10 SPARK PLUGS bottom prices. Let us equip ,

per cent of the volume for the UIil w.., New 9 Eoch your car with a complete .
same months a year ago. .e l .sly less, set of these great tires- .> ___
The total for 1 month ending built
with the t
JUST figure it out for yourself-what You know it's plenty I good-had to be, In May was higher this season a Firestone construction patented
than last, however, a
use can you make of your to smash all previous Buick production exceptionally heavy shipments the be- features and carrying a

money right now than to put it into records. You know you can make fore the Import license require p written Come in Lifetime Guarantee.

something new, sturdy, big,useful and good use of it not only I now but for for ment 11 was months announced.this season The Is total 49- today : urns

of known and unchallenseablt value years to come. 114,000 pounds, compared<< with Tirtsfon CONVOY GUARAH
In other words, why not take this months 40,071,000 pounds for the 11 4 4.75/5.00-U | 5.25/5.50-17 | 1.00/1
ending May 1939. Valueof fit And the
at moment EVERY
$8 9
moment to say food-bye to a car beginning these exports Is given as $3,* S29 5646 stas Tire urri
prices begin at only 049.000 and 12,174.000, respec-
to show signs of and
wear written
for the business delivered
say hello to a brand-new 1940 Buick? coupe, at These figures are contained ina 1 gsaraatee;

Flint, Mich.: ; transportation, based onrail report by the U. S. departmentof | i "t M ML limitedtol.I"he

rates, state and I local taxes (if commerce and received here by 2 4 month
the Florida citrus commission. Ml I ke
: ,
zzeti r'
.t : any), optional equipment and accgssoriec : In May 1939 Florida shipped a tire erkho.

extra. 4,750.000 pounds of canned grape- ffl'1"1
fruit. In May this year ship- 1 or
ments had dwindled ,
........ How about it? \"our llu' :k dealer is the pounds. to 409,000 a Q

/7". one to see about a deal t that will make Florida has enjoyed practically
a monopoly on this canned
I your money do n real job of work! export: business to grapefruit Great Vresfonea : ,

races subject to change without notice. Britain. The commission conducts
an advertising campaign In that eSTANDARD TIRES ,vIAND .
country to promote the consump-
tion of canned citrus. Exports 4fr aztaetat.st rac_
; had Increased substantially each 1 Q AS ss.ss vtittat0

year and England had become by
III far Florida's best overseas customer -
: for Its canned grapefruit. $585 Ia. s 04 i i
Imposition of
IXUM1A4 Of _'M Morons vow the Import license :: art. r00a eta tilt
requirement several months Smith'sA _
ago had little effect on market-

Ing this season's pack, as a nor OUR LOW PRICES ON T

Register Motor Company had mal been amount exported of canned to Great grapefruit Brit- FIRESTONE STANDARD TRUCK ,

ain. Unless ,
hostilities cease how- LI.... t. ... Creeks "easer eI
ever, it was Sara V.lc..f 'Ir.,'... with llckord .
STARKE FLORIDA highly problematical ..4 .... fir..*... fy.tph.... Orth.itra.. .40r .It- Ir.ctl.114 N
:- ___ ... would be this available excellent for Florida market u ..... .. Mo.d.y .,..,.,.. .".r Neti,..wide .,I.C.

j I canners next season. STARKE s.. ..r...... Ch..,,tee ..... I. eh Flr.'..'r. .
FLORIDA e.4 El11hIN.. ..1141.,nat the New y.rBRADFORD It "

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iPLY 19. 1940 BRADFORD COUNTY TFLP;/rILSTit.. STARRS_ inmttnjnt __

fs Monroe's Doctrine? r acquiesce this change to, It.though A Congress affecting held to Care Needed To It, That will must be encouragedby I than a police problem. Let's recognize ./Iof United States Senator Claude

-" at Verona, Italy In 1822. of the Prevent the state possibly through a this fact and when we Pepper as chairman when the
1f WorlaI, taken /fifty-first parallel. great Accidents highway safety director amply I do do ,
1I0wlcg J powers of continental Europe something about It -as we Florida delegation held' an organization -
I'IM f opJabt; city Couriers col- (4)) Peace: Purpose of the Mon- then united in a league-, Says Safety HeadA equipped in personnel and in must and will-accidents and the meeting at Orlando I ,
doctrine was to
BWers a question which roe preserve peace known .as the "Holy Alliance" funds to do the job. Accident- fear of accidents which plaguethe last month. Pepper was) elected. '"
all layman hall been ask..eragge In America by preventing wars of for the maintenance of their des- lot of talk about highway prone spots must be done away minds of parents particu- He will be the alternate for Dee-':

\. the past few weeks. conquest In America and to avoid potlc! authority and the repression safety has accomplished a lot of I with, and: until they are done larly on Sundays and holidayswill gate J. A. Cawthon of St. Augus 'L '
wars which might spring up be- of good, but away with must be I
popular aspirations i more lives will be saved properly in a large measure pass tine.
had I
Note: Recently notes I I I tween the U. S. and new European (I creed the deI I and fewer automobiles wrecked marked. Better highway lighting away."
:fltor'e! between of this dangerous Other alternates for elected f
dISpatched neighbors I government, local and j i is needed, and special lighting '
\i example. Under Its lit state, At a recent conference of Mr. of
aus delegates include
beep Roosevelt President ((5)) Enlargements: M o n r o e's piece, a French exercise itself vigilantly\ in should at once be Installed where Hays' committee of
rid Stateand; Adolf I statement! broke all : 100000 the I accidents are most to State R. A. Gray, Mrs. Fred P. ''.
up the plans men. led by the Duke d'Angou- ,, accident-prevention field as likely occur -' Robert Scott R. B. .Grove. J. D. 'I'
XStor of Nazi Germany. for Invasion; and only once since I II ileme. had invaded Spain, meeting i IIt j does in getting on the ground in towns and cities and In 'I Segal, James Sheridan Dan Mc- Cone. Bert Fish, United State ,G

'r notes concern the Monroe I has a European power attempted with little serious resistance ,I i I after death and destruction has rural areas. I Carty, Rex Sweat, Donald K. I minister to Egypt; Gllchrlst B. I

C. For the infrm etihave I to plant a colony in defiance of overthrown the Constitution and'the 'had[ its say. This comment re-. "A vast and: vital and vigorous Carroll. H. M. Sawyer, W. F. Stockton, former United States'. ;"'

re of tbiB paper I the Monroe Doctrine. This was Cortes, and restored Ferdi- Gently by Walter Hays of Or- : -three V's, if you plf'alle--'ork Reid and Daniel Reynolds, it was minister to Austria' Spesaard L.. I I'I "''
;lied 'The World Book "The I the French occupation of Mexico to his autocracy. lando, Chairman of the safety needs to be gotten under way I agreed that this group should I ; :
Connict" by Horace (1861-67). Apprehensions committee of the Florida State without delay. Florida has more wait upon Florida's next governor Holland, Democratic nominee for I. .
"can "The New Standard I The original Moroe I! were entertained Chamber of Commerce brought I visitors this summer and will and offer him its help In governor, and Dave Sholtz, former r
and Doctrine i
that the ..___._ ,
concern- dlsctnllna. thUD..._ k......,, j of Florida. r
:ptdla' for facts has been much altered and en- -----r--- 'u..uIon applause from his fellow-workers have more next winter than ever, working out a statewide traffic governor .
Doctrine..) Spain was about to be bent upon making Florida's high- before In its ;' Our The Florida delegation reached f
Monroe larged by public sentiments made ex- I history. highways code "with persuasive teeth In '.
the by Presidents and Secretaries of |Mended to her revolted and nearly ways the safest in the nation ata are taxed by travel.'! We It," Chicago; Sunday morning. Sunday ;. I''

dent Monroe formal State, especially President Polk I I I Independent American: colonies.To recent meeting of the body in have go to do something now. We It held a caucus to designate its ?!1
Given '
Lnroe Doctrine President: James in 18J5; by President Grant in such consummation Great Orlando. can do It, and: we must I do Cone Unable To members committees.of the various convention 1 'I. I

jTmewag in to Congress In 1869; and by Secretary Evarts in I Britain as well as this country "We know pretty much," be not advocate less talk about accident ," ', \ ,

r'"e/ ifs name "Monroe 1880. I i I was intensely as well opposed for commercial .declared, "what causes accidents, more work.prevention." I do advocate Attend Convention Typewriter -ribbons oW all kind ; ,

1,5 rile, Term applied to they I The Monroe Doctrine has never!'ons. Mr. as political reas- and It is upon these factors) that "After all is said about accident Chairman T. T. Turnbull of the for sale At the Telegraph office. 1!, "'

of the United States re-I been expressed in a treaty or an mas-ter-spirit our campaign must be based. A state Democratic executive com-I .
In act of Congrew, and: it has prevention, Mr. Hayes de- N"tI. ,In hereby, tlvn that the
; foreign interference !< undergone I at least with broad-guaged attack must be clared "the fact mittee has replaced Governor tTiiltvit Ntolex of America will ...11At
rig respect to foreignaffairs remains that vis-
I many changes In the I ,publln, auction the 'ollow"d..rll'.d -
course *
dean affairs. of a' hinted to our Govern. made upon these causes, and be- ual notices and physical barriers Fred P. Cone as the alternate I I property! t hay horse!, 1
Lgrouncl of President Mon- century. Nevertheless its rent the expediency of a moral \ hind it there must be the auth- -blood red signs which drivers for Delegate' John (Red) Davis now, 1 .shoat 1 cow, A calf. 1

I Bom 1TS8 In Westmoreland I underlying principle shall is that Euro-in'I]'demonstration against the ap1 ority of a government alert to can read and lines) of demarcation at the Chicago Democratic convention plow.hilts 1 niihle ymrllnir.Block 1 1 hornn lnKl" tnck turn,
va. Scottish extraction. pean powers not come 1 prehended design of the Holy Al a situation. The people must be I which guide drivers into the I 1-tifirmi ill no, I Acme harrow, INnttonul ,
ty United I and alter the map of America, I 111 in I pr.ssure cooker and I
Cone Jacksonville hospital
the a
president would i liance with regard to this Continent individually Impressed by the right paths-offer us our best 20-rori rolls wire, 18 Inch. Time of -1}
which be
Took part In Revolution to the dlsadvant- ]i truth-that accidents can be Cur- cure towards traffic orderliness. wan unable to go to Chicago sal.| 1 I1. M fardm.ly HI, 140. Flue ,+
8. of lIeu- age of the United States. I tailed when the Florida delegation of unto .t of Mm. Rachel ,
Rose to rank but that they won't be un- .. .
War. Thus President Monroe made Mr. Hayes asserted further Hrnwnlnc, I iwley, Florida' Th ;,
,KoItfJ eel but disappointed Original Speech of Monroe his seventh less the Individual driver so wills that while the entrained Friday night at Jack- property will he Hold at publlo I I ,.t
annual address to I state could do auction by parrel or lot. a. the ..
fj efforts to obtain a corn- "Of Events in that quarter of Congress on December 2, 1823.- Its the amount of har- much to Impress highway safety clrt'timMtanreii of the sale may a.- 11I
sugar Davis, elected In the Democratic
ion In a Virginia regimentlittached the globe with which we have so Plant the I Diana to the hlKhext bidder for ('
City Courier. upon pl'Ople--a task from I
... of
to Thomas I vested. Florida sugar can: grow- primary In May, designated r h. Th United Htaten k
himself much intercourse, and from which : which it should no longer shirk America reserves the right to bid 'I &
Irson whom be studied ers receiving federal subsidies Include Governor Cone as his alternate. .t the ..al.. I'rlor to the nl Ih.
with we derive our origin, have always GET that Its
we BIO efforts' i
must meet with ..
: A. B. Douglas Fellomere' Cone, acting an proxy for Davis hve tock may b. examined at the I'i '
I l I been anxious and local i .. '
Interested a half million 15227.00 William C. governmental cooperation. farm at Mr. Itachel Browning
; Douglas vigorously opposed the selection. !
".11 It 7-ti _____ 1 I
elected to the Assembly spectators. The citizens of the dollars was paid to 1
1782 Florida I Fellsmere 10762.00; WR.. "We have many state commission a'
Inr 1785: chairman I United States cherish sentiments I II sugar producers cooperating with Fellsmere and bureaus "
lrginia I Hooker 11287.00; R. he pointed .;
a committee whose report I the most friendly in favor of the the federal department of agriculture E. Kurtz. Ft. :Myers 16226.00; out, "which exact local participation FUNERAL DIRECTOR

utely led to the convention liberty and happiness of their fellowmen under the sugar control Esther F. Leonard, Fellsmere, Why not a 'safety commission buy Many Tear Experience ?Make It Possible for Ma to Bender I ti t.
polis and Philadelphia In,. on that side of the At- program which requires that no $10,66900; Roberts Sugar Company armed with the right to EFFICIENT ritOMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE!: i;
and 1787, at which the Con-, lantic. In the wars of the European child labor be employed, that fair Fellsmere $10,132.00: John require local authorities to main- MODERATE PRICES ) .

tlon of tie U. S. was framed.onroe .' powers, In matters relatingto and reasonable wages be paid all Tiedtko Clewiston 16018.00; tain a standard accident preven- DeWITT C. JONES ''r
along with Patricky themselves we have neverI workers, and compliance with the I United States Sugar Corporation tion set-up Highway safety, .
| and others opposed ration -i I I taken any part'.nor does it comport crop control program which llm- Clewiston 58031900. after all, la an engineering rather SUrke f; l
of Constitution because with our policy so to do. It S1..
[ feared the power and en- Is only when our rights are Invaded 'r
ment of the Federal governnroe -. or seriously menaced, that I 11. I 1 ,ed

: I.we resent injuries, or make prep- 1
served In U. S. Senate aration for our defense. With the I \ \

1790 to 1794. Next served movements In this hemisphere we "t! vii
ilnister to Frartte until 1796 are of necessity more immediately e % .
he was recalled because of connected, and by cause which

lutipoken French sympathies. j I' must be obvious-to all enlightenedand

|nor of Virginia from 1799 impartial observers. The .
802. In 1803 he and Robert political system, of the Allied
grton were sent to France Powers 1. essentially different in 1'j'
fefferson to purchase Louisl- this respect from that of America.

I This difference proceeds from
1811 again chosen as Cover][that which exists in their respective
lot Virginia and same'' yearon governments. And to the

named him secretary of defense of our own, which has ,"
I, retained post until 1817 and I been achieved by the loss of so '

114-15 erved as Secretary of much blood and treasure and i i1"i\\
[also. ( matured by the wisdom of their 'd u

fitted President 0 f United most enlightened citizens, and $ 1"

all i 1816 and again In '1820 under which we have enjoyed un-

sly. I exampled felicity.,,,.this whole nation # ,
standfng'featuree 'of'his"ad41 Is'idevotejh, Wfl.owe it,

atlona were: defense of therefore,. to candor, 'and to the
tic seaboard; the Seminole : amicable relations existing be-
|,, the acquisition of Florida; tween the''. United States and a1i 1I
I ,
taourl! Compromise; and re- | those powers, to declare, that we r I ..bai

a with Europe with regard should consider any attempt on

uib American affairs, which their part to extend their systemto

led In the permanent policy, any portion of this hemisphere I i .
e! government known as the use. dangerous to our peace and:
i Doctrine. Five new states)safety. I I

J-iissippI( Illinois Alabama, "With the existing colonies or1 ;

uri, and Maine--were admito dependencies of any European(. ;
the Union. power, we have not Interfered '
tonroe died in 1831 in New and shall not interfere. But with I I '

In 1858 his remains were the governments which have declared '
d to i Richmond their independence we have

on of Doctrinei on great consideration and on Just I

i Monroe Doctrine Is the principles, a c k n ow 1 e dged, we
p applied to the policy of the could not view any Interpositionfor I
M States toward preserving I the purpose of oppressing f

independence' and .safety of ,i them, or controlling in any other
latin-American. states. Thenewas manner their destiny, by any
first clearly stated European power in any other
ildent :Monroe in a mes- light than as the manifestation of I rr I rY .

of 1823, though the mainof an unfriendly disposition toward '

that message, and some the United Stat s. Our ,
e i wording, are due to John policy in regard to Europe, which : t p

1 Adams, then Secretary ofaeon was adopted at an early stage of I
the wars which have so long agi- r 9'

i for the pronouncement tated that quarter of the globe, '
e> Doctrine was that by the neverthless, remains! the same: r .

can Revolution! and then by which is, not to interfere In the
olt of the Latin of of its -s-
American concerns any
Internal I
lea d, a new kind of state was powers; to consider the govern- ; -11 f ,, you want to spend more t.
the world. Up to 1775, ment de facto as the legitimate 1
civilized person in North I government for us; to cultivate time in.it.

South America was the sub- friendly relations with it; and to
of lame European: I relation by a __
power. It preserve those _
I'M a' new thought that American frank, firm and manly policy: -_ Electric Cookery is Cheap !
could establish themselves meeting in all instances the Just

dependent and soverlgn na- claims to of injuries every from power none.submitting I1! Costs as little as $2.50 per month on

e! Weaa of the Monroe Doc- "But In regard to these con- '' rates if
l are your you
as follows: tinents, circumstances are eminently ,
"I Two Spheres: It was held and conspicuously different.It ; already use electric refrigeration. !

the World was' divided into is impossible that the Allied ,_ u .
spheres; the Eastern hem Is-1:| Powers should extend their poli- 4

and, the Western PreslI tical system to any portion of I '.. y .
I Washington I : :'
, stated one side either con tin i ent without endangering 'if.:'f .
r at Principle in his doctrine I 1 our peace and happiness T FRET: SERVICES !
ration ''
. which waa that nor can any one believe i
.Part S. Was not called upon to''that; our southern brethren, if.' .f ii :& ,, .."., y A Sunshine! Service representative. will; demonstrate ,,

other:l1ly In In the the Wars affairs of Europe., and left It of to their themselves own accord.would. adopt It is ; !r '. electric cookery for you. And we'llfurnish '

tilde, worked< out by I I equally impossible, therefore that ;7L: ; a e'r you with a free floor-plan sketch,
and Monroe, was that we should behold such Interposition Electric cookery keeps kitchens 8 to
an '- ,
POwers Indiffer- showing how to transform kitchen into
ere. ought not to in any form. with your

in the affairs of Ameri- ence. If we look and to the resources compara-of ,, 10 degrees cooler and you can let a modern, step-saving household living
that POlitiCal systems: Monroe Spain strength and those new governments the summer breezes blow. Flamejess center.

I allied the political systems I and their distance from electric heat is clean quick auto
POwers of Europe each other, it must be obvious ,

,o-DUally,!, America, different By'"poUtleaJ from I that la she still can the never true policy subdue of them.It the. ;, matic.. Electric cookery gives you more EiEnmuir is CHEAP:

' Of Monroe meant\ the com011 -I United States to leave the parties .. time out of the kitchen and makes t .
European powers com- to themselves, in the hope that
heateyag called Holy Alliance, which,other powers will pursue the t
<< to Invade Latin "
et In same course. ,
Order to restore the I Background for Doctrine ..

nth raJ to the rule of Spain I against The Saplsh the despotism people had of revolted their ,. J. G. SPENCER, Manager '(,

: :Monroe laid imbecile, treacherous monarch,
tlet i had established I I tik
! and
are raNto I Ferdinand
beeconsideer d which left ,
b Constitution -
kcti at a of the SAM SAYS; i'i'CNOOSE '
Colonization. (He him still In possession SERVICE J
Clatzn. to \\l the Pacific which trappings, but with little- YOUR NEW ELECTRIC I ,
rica coast substance, of royalty.
ae far hostile. to 4.
south as the He was profoundly "


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PAGE Green Was My Valley" for said Five GenerationsFive Mission HallAnd QETIIEL '

II'I SOCIETY and CLUBS I reason Buzzing. .. -,*' Wonder when TabernacleA Dave By )In. D. D. WOldart, ,

----- ------- school really Is going \o start Scriptural study' oh the subject Woodard and fay0. |
--- CainesvUle) I
Junius M. Smith YrY of dress was 'presented at spent the (<
Redd-Philiips Marriage Green-Brannen MarriageWas [ Mrs. Speaking of comparisons) hearda with his brother Week
I Bible hour at the Mis- and
Event Of July 7 Hostess To Bridge Club fellow make this one the other the study :Mr and Mrs. D llater-m.1t
Mr and Mrs. O. Phillips of da"They've no more in sion Hall Tuesday night. There I., \V00cI

Lawtey announce the marrage of I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brannen, Mrs. Junius Smith was hostess ,'common than a bowl of soup and was a good attendance. W. B. vile Mre. Evle Johnson of CI

their daughter, Annie Elizabeth Jr., of Lake Butler have an- last Wednesday morning at the a fork" That's tuning It McKinney, who was given a violin father spent the weekend "lib
(Betty), to Felmon Reed of I nounced the marriage of their H. C. Wall cottage on Kingsley I down to the finer points, eh what D D. Woodard

Macon, Ga. The wedding was daughter, Velma, to Edwin P. Lake when she entertained mem- 111 f for outstanding work In Scripture Mr. and Mrs j, M,

performed by Judge E. K. Per- Green of Starke. The marriagetook bers of the afternoon bridge club. 'looks as memorizing, played a number on returned to their home AileD !H

! ryman at his Kingsley Lake place Sunday afternoon, July Three bridge tables were placedIn Oh, sad thought (who the instrument as part of the pending two weeks here
Guarders In
home July 3, 1940. The young, 7, In the home of Judge and Mrs. the living room of the cottage, if our National Fender with Mrs. Allen's 01\11I\
in Mrs
couple will make their home in J. R. Townsend in Lake Butler, which was decorated in a rustic help support the Nation) are musical program and Mrs A G St pal'lnts! II

Macon, .Ga., where Mr. Reed Is Judge Townsend performing the manner. for a year's active training, with- of Kingsley Lake sent some lovely John,

connected with the Peoples Oil ceremony in the presence of the Upon arrival, the guests were out a let-up, from all appear- 3 Zinnias to add .to the beauty of CARD OF
r we're gradually THANKS
Company families and a few refreshments of
immediate served tempting feel" of theworld's the service. We wish to
"local thank
i friends. The bride's wedding open-faced sandwiches, p C o tato getting a troubles Marriedmen The Bible lesson was from friends who were mi 0
Business-Program Meeting dress was of dusty blue net Aver chips, olives and CocaCola.At war Exodus. thoughtful to 10 kind
tl In the lower ranks will havea Us
{ Of W. S. C. S. la Held I blue' taffeta, fashioned in one of the end of. the progressions : chance to resign at $21a TABERNACLEThe neBS and death during of) the n
with white accessories Our
the new Mrs. N. Sternberg holder of high month and a wife 'n' kids I'd services Friday and Sun- mother. We wish also to
+, The regular program and business received a.. our exp*
for the club members, be tempted to They wan'thave day nights were well attendedand appreciation for the
meeting of the Woman'sSociety Mrs. Green is the youngest deck of cards. The visitors beautiful *"
y double gals,- flowers
to be so far away, provided inspiration for those
q of Christian Service of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bran-I high prize, a box of dusting Camp Bland Ing, I unnerstand attending. we thank Dr. L. )H, EKpeclall1 JennlJ1p

the Methodist Church was held nen and graduated from Union. powder, was awarded to Mrs. miles That's mild, Dr. Brantley for their,
Just seven Bible Is held
school kllld
Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockat County High School) In the Class Pete Stubbins of the State Farm. ) descend- The every forts to relieve her
distances some
the of
the Church with Mrs E. K. of 1938. Mr. Green la the son of Andrews won a compared to generations Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. pain. luttering
Mrs. J. W. May
of the other U.. S. Guarders will In this unusual God bless
ants are represented Invited to
? Perryman presiding In the Mr. and Mrs. Lorenza Green of All age groupa are each
r dainty compact you.
: hafta travel from home Seated In
of the president. Mrs W. Starke. The young couple left the party with picture. study the Bible. The Gospel of I L.
Those enjoying
a .a E. Middleton. after the ceremony for a weddingtrip Mrs. Smith were: Mrs. N. Stern- They tell us that when the next H. R. Sapp ((84) of Lawtey, Matthew is being studied chapter Moorer Youngblood., Mrs Mrs.iL
Mrs E. L. Matthews who had and are now at home to their berg, Mrs J. W. Andrews, Mrs. maneuvers are held we'll be able and behind him, from left .' by chapter.. very, Mrs E A Sibkyf
charge of the program read theN friends here in Starke.. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, to hear the bang, bangs clear In right, are his great-granddaugh! B. C Powell i
town from the point of the "bat- ter and greatgreatgranddaughter Mrs,
112th, Psalm and was assisted Mrs D. P. Carpenter, Mrs T. T. little NEW RIVERBy Powell
i a on the program by the follow- Miss Nora DuVal HonoredAt Long, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs.A. tle" 'Hope they'll post signsIn Mrs. Nita Dobbs and Mrs. Mrs.! O. E. Cro by'I
the woods for the sake of bear- Eloise Dobbs; his daughter, I

Ing.Prayer: Miss Olive Ray. Bridge Party RecentlyMiss Chapman. Z Adkins, Mrs., O.and L.Mrs.Kelly,L.Mrs.F. hunters who wouldn't like to be Ella Haislop, and granddaughter, Mrs. Joel Alvarez and children,: A rheYtleN

"Our Human Heritage," by Mrs. Nora DuVal of Columbia, Pete Stubbins, and Mrs. Jim God- in the bear's shoes Mrs. Inez Kelly. Ruth, Donald and Betty Sue of' 6 6.i 6 in 'I d"y LARI a: I

Ip A. Wood. In her talk Mrs. Wood S. C., house guest of Miss Lucille win of the State Farm.Recipes. James Mayes should start a Vanderbilt were guests of Mr. I'I'IIeICOLDS

IH brought out the fact that a great Mitchell, was the honored guest "Dorothy Dix" column-as long LAWTEY and Mrs. J. L. Johns and Mrs. U.

'many of our American citizensare Thursday afternoon at four o'-I I as he's gonna spread romances By II. T. Godwin E. Sapp Sunday afternoon.. Try "Rub-\ly-TI wjmptotnH.m".a Won flat. i

Americans by choice instead clock, when Mrs. E. L. Matthews I 'round, he mlghtaswell give "ad- Miss Doris Crosby spent the liniment

of by birth. Mrs. Wood, a native entertained at bridge at her homeon vice to the lovelorn" House To Be RepairedThe week-end with Mr. and Mrs H. Liquid Tablets
of England, was able to give _. Pearce home, one of the Salve N
Church Street. I -- ------- 'Got the laugh of a B. Kelly of Sunny Brook Farm; !Prop
some Interesting information on familiar homes of Lawtey,
Roses, Shasta Daisies and other Hell Pepper Relish other day when I saw Blake older, Dempsey and Novis Sapp are

her subject. summer flowers were used in dec- Here's a good recipe for bell Jackson with a cigar APH style) Is undergoing extensive repairs i enjoying a visit, with relatives In .
t Racial Back
"Diversity n Force Here
orating the lower floor for this pepper relish that we know you'llbe droopln' from his pan 'always Western Union Line South Florida. -BENWSIGrocery
of Some of Our National
ground of the Western I
look like The cars .
because wondered what he'd camp
occasion. to add to
glad your
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby
Leaders, by Mrs. William Blair. I switchedinto
Three bridge tables were placedon not only is it a good relish chewln on one of those "com- Union Line Force were I
of Kansas, Mrs Blair I and children attended a fish fryat !
Formerly The &
a siding, Tuesday Market
the screen porch and at the but also It makes a delicious pressed stinks", now I know
of the tobacco barn of Mr. W. C.
told of the different
races peo- in high line
conclusion of the when mixed with General Impression: Ha! ha! crew will be engaged
progressionsMrs. sandwich spread
ple comprising the community in ,wires along Ward in Sunny Brook Farm last' SPECIALS For Friday Land |
Johnson, holder of the con- satisfac- work on the telegraph
which she lived. She also told Dewey a little mayonnaise, says Curiosity killed a cat, Thursday night.
high !score was presented with a tributor, Mrs J. M. Brownlee. tion brought ,'Im back-and the the railroad. C Saturday Only
of the great leaders, who were
Mr. and Mrs. J; L: Johns were
Americans.Mrs. box of note paper. Miss DuVal, 12 red bell peppers. "rubbernecks"watching our new Hallle Jones;: of Stuart, is
not native Smoked
L. D. Green led the medl- the honoree, was presented witha 12 green bell peppers.Remove P. O.'s progress will have plentyof spending his vacation here with visiting Mr and Mrs. Marcus Po

tation period using as her topic, box of face powder, a gift of seed and stem; run satisfaction when they see It his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Connor of Sunny' Brook Farm BACON 12
rememberance from the hostess. food L. H. Hill.Relatives. Saturday afternoon.
"All One Body We." through chopper. completed in all its glory about
Following the program Mrs. Mrs. R. G. Kidd won the bingo 6 onions, chopped. six months from now. con- of W. Wooten from Mrs. W. B. Lazenby and her White I'

Perryman presided over the business game and received a linen handkerchief Put peppers in sauce pan and struction is getting to the point Macon, Ga., are visiting with the mother Mrs. J. E. Dowling spent BACON

meeting, at which time she cover with boiling water and let where it's purely fascinating, Wootens at their home at Kings- I the week-end at home here.

told of the new set-up to take Mrs. Matthews served her stand five minutes; drain; add Watson: or.man Quite a bit ley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Savage of

effect In September for the newly guests an Ice course with cake. chopped onions. Then add two of "local talent" helping with the Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith and Apopka were dinner guests Sun- Swanstlown S Foi
Playing bridge with the honoree, of sugar, three teaspoons of day of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Laz-
organized W, S. G. S. cups building, Cadet Jimmy Sewell; eon, Bobby, of Westminister, S. FLOUR 29
Miss DuVal were: Mrs. R. G. salt, and three cups of vinegar; among 'em 'j; enby and Mrs. J'E.. Dowling.
C., have recently moved to Law- I
Kidd Mrs. E. L. Miss to and let 1, 10o Elhwk Meal Free
Molpus, bring boiling point
Party For Anybody 'explrln' for lack ofsomethin' tey. They will make their home
Lucille Mitchell, Miss Madge simmer for twenty minutes slid .into the ditch, but no one
interesting to do on a with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and
Miss Alvarez Chase & SanbomCOFFEE P
Dorothy Mlddleton Mrs. T. Frank Land- Add one teaspoon of ground was hurt.
rainy afternoon can find plenty of Mrs. J. R .Smith. '
rum and ,her guest. Mrs. Dewey cloves and one teaspoon of ground Mrs. M. B. Jones visited In 214
Friday, July 12, Miss Dorothy excitement by going out to Gold- Mrs. R. E. Mathews and her
Johnson of Brooksvllle, Mrs. Guy Cinnamon; seal in jars. Lake City last Friday. She left
Alvarez was given a surprise Sale, Mrs. J. C. Gamer, Miss And don't forget that Mrs. head Branch State Park and visiting .'brother, Charles Howe, both of Wednesday for Mllledgeville. Ga., I

birthday party at Kingsley Lake Jean Davis, Miss Abbie Harley, Brownlee said that this relish Charles insfde A. Dickey, a recluse Jacksonville, visited in Lawtey where she will visit her daughter, I Cut. Cold

by her mother, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and Miss Lois Adklns. mixed with mayonnaise makes a living the park Mr. Dickeyhas ,Monday.. Miss Helen Jones, who is in Summer I I MEATSUGAR 25
Invented' new kind of tem-
assisted by Miss Margie perfectly delicious sandwich I To avoid a collision with a cow, School at the college. there.
Mathews and Mrs. Paul Ray- Announce New ArrivalMr. spread. .- perature equalizer' a motorist skidded and turned The Ladies' Aid Society held I 10 Pool*

mond. It happened'* in Car p e n ter's completely around on the wet its meeting this week.at the home 45|

.Everyone: enJoyed'an eveningof .: and.:Mrs Frank _Durshlr WANTKD-W will pay IS4)) per Drugstore -., ,II" A small boy I pavement here.Sunday, The car I of Mrs. Hal. IGdw rd8._ I
swimming; and dancing. For walked up to the fountain and
mer; of 'this city/are announcing pound for -boll refreshments the guests had ice the birth of a daughter, July 12, I meeting our approval '.No.but- Mike Dew. said,"Hello there son"

cream and cookies. r The little lady has been named tons Or old pants. Bradford '. The young upstart respondedwith "
Tbpse Invited to attend were: I "You didn't hear me call t I
Alma Leigh ,',V' County Telegraph. ( 4.k11
Margie and Martha Mathews, ,, i
Helen Dowling, Wanda Fay Whit- So long, see ya In the next, _

field, Doris Crews, Mary Dot -Carolyn.Mr. .0
Shipman, Sylvia Alvarez, Paul Carolyn

Raymond, Billy Dowling, Billy : and Mrs. J. M. BrownleeAre k

Jackson, J. E. Denmark, Judy Hosts At Dinner
McRae, Tommy Mersereau. I Folks Spec' you have I us credit for even the FEW cele- Family 444Aedl

all been tuned in on) the "Demo- brities to whom we can lay'a _
I- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownleewere An "' 3
cratic Convention" this week rightful claim
OLD FURNITURE MADE Wish we had television, I'd liketo I won't bore you with details hosts Sunday at a family

LIKE NEW look in on one of those gatherings of our-life in the Army. It consists dinner, honoring the Rev. and

.. Lowest That's an idea, maybe of beans and marching In Mrs. M. C. Stith of Washington, h. ,

PricesOn I'you folks would like to send me alternate and, equal proportions! D. C., house guests of Mr. and

All to the next convention I'll But all kidding aside-We are
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.The .
11'orkAT give you four years to think it getting some valuable trainingand

over' and I'll have four. years to the men are taking the hard, guests were seated at one

learn what a delegate does at a work like good sports large table and two small ones. ,

"'" FRED.BRICKS. Democratic' Ditty Hope I get my Telegraph soon. placed in the dining room. Each r

FURNITURE Chatter: Leslie Biggs off Can hardly wait to see where table was centered with an attractive I t w
to Brunswick, Ga., to start workon you've been and what you've arrangement of varicolored

First sessionof done. zinnias. .<..,. .. ,
a new Job ,
'? I n,>, '...
"IIIU'NlIIIIIW'IIItI"'lIIIlftMU""III''I'IIII."UII"II1I1111' ''' '' summer school ends this week Gene Matthews. Those enjoying the occasion '' .

IIII"UUI' for Grace Wainwright, Lucy Kennedy Personal nomination for three with Mr. and Mrs.- Brownlee and >v.<- .;;, liP'f

.. 'JfOCV'E/1.j, Edna Hart, Ethel Biggs, of the sweetest tunes of any sum- the Rev. and Mrs. Stith were: l : .'< .

i Willie Mae II In son and others mertime "The' Breeze and I," Miss Martha Brownlee and Miss I ..,; : a
A Maxine Nocgel back to work at "Sierra Sue," and "Imagination" Bess Moore of Jacksonville; Miss t -

Speak Language Silent the Five and Ten looking rested Mary Brownlee and Miss Mary I !E.iTrr! '. '.,:"..,...,. .._.' :
) from her vacation In Miami Lake Lights' Quite a num- Lee Watson of'St. Louis Mo., J. : '"$. <,1

of Beautyof Mike Dew back to work at Car- ber of former Starkeltes seen M. Brownies Jr., of Gainesville,

penter's after a week's vacationat around the Pond this week Chan Bobbie, and Jimmie Stith

i Love the'lake' -Swell suntan too Hallie Jones (Bartow), Hazel of Washington; D.L C, and Mr. ri
Johnny Ha"an'back to work In Moore (Hazel has been transferred and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and gt; ,

of SympathyFOR Clarksville, Va. Julian Peek to Jax for a few weeks, daughter Madge, of Starke.RISING .

work vacation's she gets home more often) .
back to over
EVERY FLORAL Bee Strickland (Miami) vlsitin'
Pat Lambe vacationing In
NEED CALL Daytona Dorothy White and I cousin *"row :Murla (Weeks) By Mrs H. H. Lewis
I Kem visitin' Mrs.J. :
I Bennett and son
Ethel Taylor spending their vacation
MRS. L. G. together in Ashville ; .I M. Smith Mr. and Mrs J. T. Barnes left

POWELLPhone OH! Dear, I'm beginning to get I A Popular Place Thomp Wednesday for Dothan Ala., for I
son's bar and dance hall near
that 'traveling fever, better stop an extended visit with friends
i Florahome in Putnam County j
I and relatives
123E A letter from the EDITOR, no< Several popular young Starke
Lassies Mr and Mrs Woodrow Thomasof
Telegraph Service less I lads and Lawtey were
., 'enjoying (T) themselves there Lacrosse spent the week-end
,11I11111II11111111.110'1111'-\' '' ''' '''/ '' August' '13 1940
Thursday night of last week. with Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr.
4 Ft, McPherson, Georgia I seemed real disconcerted when and Mrs. E. C. Lewis.

Dear Carolyn: someone they knew came In Mr. and :Mrs. W C.: Conner

>Not having yet received my Thrills and spills Excitement : spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.L. /

Telegraph this week just thoughtI no end, Billy Graham L. Conner of Gum Branch.

would drop you a line and let (Gainesville) taking a crowd fora Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Lewisof

you know how much I miss your moonlight ride in his new boat Jacksonville spent the week-

sprightly column. Hope you are Satlday night. ". The load was end with Mr. Lewis' parents, Mr.

managing to keep up with all the too heavy on a.,_quick turn six and Mrs. Jeff Lewis.
II root Hot BOB, Is OM el the gossip, for those of 'us who are members of the party went over Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner of

hundred coal. popolor,fcmlabw away from home are.entirely de- board rather unexpectedly. No Gum Branch were visiting Mrs. ,

one--.. oa...tat( y-an fa*. pendent upon your enterprise Ingathering casualties, however > Billy Conner's parents Mr and Mrs.

tuBote. Thai n* > says R. M. Crosby Sunday,
those we like to keep up with. and he hopes never again fa
Mrs. R. J. Hall and her mother There's always a
Thought you might be interested Mr. and Mr. Arbogast left for
Mrs. H. L. Gay of Pine Level
personal BOOM......err to know that on the way up China via New York .' They the that with ice-cold
,were visiting Rev.. N. T. King pause refreshes
'at Ifa+ ......( sal \la kl* here we passed through) UmadllJa.I hope to be back again In about ,Monday. I s of

torr IS'sats and 13SMrtcUB Ga., and saw the "Judy Canova three years .. Such a' long Coca-Cola home. The taste j
*.wrvlop**.enlr I I(:Motor'Co." Of course you know time, but we'll be happy to see I Mr. W. M. Thomas of LaCrosseand s

-----1 that for publicity purposes Judy them anytime his aunt Miss Georgie McCallof ice-cold Coca-Cola delights your taste.

says she la from Umadllla, although Black Creek Is a steady moving Jacksonville were visiting Mr.
Slop la and sanUB ant sw"400 everybody at home knows stream these days Overflow 'and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Tues And it brings refreshed feeling
..- .. a
of .- b day. W you
stotioMry she was born In our own fair lit- from the rainy season .

1.00 hoe... tle city., Well anyway, the Ford Tantalizing Titles Wonder Mrs. R. B. Shaw of Jackson- that is always 'welcome. Your deala

dealer, {here.thought be might as if I'm the only bookworm who ville was visiting her son anddaughterinlaw

well capitalize on the publicity chooses reading matter by the Mr. and Mrs has the handy six-bottle carton.BOTTUD .
BRADFORD COUNTY too, so now huge blue and white titles If the title appeals to Bert Shaw Tuesday

TELEGRAPHPhone I letters announce to the world that me I can't get it off my mind til 'Mr. William Tucker and Tom) UNDO. AUTHORITY OF nil COCkCOtA CO. BY

29 Ktarke.. Fla.Y. his Is the Judy Canova Motor Co. I peruse the printed page mle Barnes is visiting relatives
Seems that they Just won'fglve Jus' can't wait to read "How In DeLand. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYFOUR


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19, 1940

.- BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Court: J Friends of T. J. Griffin will be week for Philadelphia Pennsylvania Mr. TAOK!: nine. t

manch had us guests and Mrs. A, A. Youngblo, ,
recently glad to learn that he is
Improving where they will visit Mrs.May's .
-- ---- -
---- Mr. Courtmanch's sister and Mr. and Mrs Jim Coon .T
--- - and after undergoing a kidney aunt Mrs. Wm. C. Kam- .:
Mundy pent ye.ill .'' Stiles Mitchell of Griffin, Ga.. Mary Ann and Bobby family, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Cho- operation In St. Vincent's hospital merer. Waldo, Mr. and Mr. Truby Dyal i !
Maddrtx ,
VI, B WILl the guest Saturday of Mr. of quette and sons Robert and Donald in Jacksonville of Gainesville .
Tuesday Mrs. Idella Mr. and
Jacksonville are spending two weeks Dyal. who has been Mra. Jack; "
and Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Mr. I of Sioux City, Iowa.
----= with Mrs. A. F. Saul, and their morning. for several! weeks In Jacksonville, I''. of West Palm Beach )flr. "f""f"'Barbn I,
-and Mrll, Guy Sale flp4nt grandfather, Mr. Saul I as the guest of her daughter and Mrs. John 'McKlnney sat ; I
Madison with relaUves.y and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Misses Mary ,Clyatt. of Pompano BOATDRAINBy Mrs. J. O. Rogers' has returned I Mr.

in daughter, Garnita, were visitorsto Misses Margaret Pearce I and Betty Battle of Ft. 1\1.... Z. Z. Griff to her home here.TIIERESSA. and Mrs J. P. Summer tIC p

-;- 'r was a business Waldo Monday morning. Prances Peek attended and I Mead were week-end guests of I Graham attended the funeral or j
Friday aft- I Cotton Ball the annual I Misses Marian and Helen Dowllng. Miss Margaret Morrell of. Jack. Mrs. Mary Youngblood Sunday; i'1
at the
Brooksvllle '
10 of University From here Miss Battle left 'sonville spent the week-end with I morning. '(
Mlsa Friday night. By Mra.! A. E. Sullivan
Margaret Sykes of
Jacksonville ,Tuesday for North Carolina. her sister, Mrs W. E. Green. ,
'- was the week-end guest I I Mrs. Ralph Gatney Is visiting Mrs. W, W. Underhill and chil- '",

ndand Mrll. E. L. Williams. of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy.. I Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf and son, I Friends of Frank Hemingway I her mother, Mrs. Q. W. Harrell dren, Marcellne, Carl and Char- f ",

aa1Y were visiting relative.jHton Moore B. C., spent a few days visiting Jr., a member of the U. S. Navy, I lot Lake City for a few days.Mr lotte, of St. Petersburg and Mrs "I "
Mrs. F. A.
Sunday. Gainesville friends and relatives In Jasper, ;will be Interested to learn that and Mrs. John Prevatt and A. L. Bennett and daughter, 1

-- spent last week here as the Live Oak and Valdosta. he la on the U. S. S. family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jackie, of Tavares were week-end :Moro
Enterprise milk In
Is enjoyweek's of Mr. and Mrs. being ronau ei
Russell J. B. ,
guest y
Johnnie Sapp. I Griff guests of Mr. and Mrs.. C. Sul
with re!- A. F. ore of the warships sailing under family, Mr. and Mrs per capita yearly BM. dieticianstotate a4- )V "
Jr.. and Miss sealed orders from Honolulu this Zenas Griffis,' Mr. and Mrs. W. livan. Its "
use" for health.
in St. Augustine. Miss Dorothy White and Miss Jenny Frost, of Morgan City week. E. Green and family, all attendedthe Warren and Eugene Youngbloodof ,f" ,c
Ethel Taylor are La., Pure, rich milk In nature's beetsuggestion '
spending theweek spent week-end
here with birthday dinner given In Tampa are visiting their father 'f""
O. L. Haynes andjt'orgla vacationing in Ashville N. Mr. and Mrs. I' for health. Drink OtW I'' i.
and A. F. Sauls. Mr. and Mrs Ben Holtzendorfhad honor of P. B. Prevatt of Ther- L. L. Youngblood.Mr. .
last Wholf'lIOmo'mllk In IP
Haynes spent C. generous q.- 'j,
( Mrs. is as their guests recently Mrs. eaaa Sunday. and Mrs C. Sullivan were tit leu. Use it liberally in cmoMi-c I
Jacksonville. S. E. Brownlee '
sy In I spending Holtzendorf'a brother and lister ,I| Mrs. Pauline Bailey of San- guests of Mrs Josephine Sullivan -iuid watch the family Varies. 'I
:Mrs. T. J. :Mansfield of Vernon, some time In Gainesville wlfh ,
B of Key !In-law, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Mc- ford is visiting her father and of Hampton Sunday after The brat tit true A
Archer Indiana, was the guest of Mr. her son-in-law and economy.
,, Maude daughter, Ghln, of Goose Creek, Texas and, mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Pre- phone call starts
of Mr. services
Ta recent visitor and Mrs. George W. Thomas last Judge and Mrs. A, V. Long. I 'I noon.Miss our ,
sye, j her mother: Mrs Nancy Koolbeck, vatt for a few weeks. Iris Padgett Is visitingHer 1
11. w. B. Alexander. I week. of Jasper. '' Melvin Prevatt has returned to sister, Mrs. Carl Edwards of PETERSON'SSri'UKME
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hlnson of 'I
home In Jacksonville after .
W. N. Brown of Mr and Mra. Guy Ft. Lauderdale : MILK CREAM
TMrt. Padgett of
;;; were guests Sun-
Mrs. W
P. Smith
returned Friday spending two weeks here with his W. Moore was transacting,
part ofeek Miami, are visiting her day of Mr. Phone 174 For
spending and Mrs. F. -
taD are parents F. Flume, from a week's visit with old cousin, Harold Prevatt. business' in Jacksonville Tuesday Delivery3s
In Fernandina as guests I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prevatt this enroute from Excelsior Springs, I friends !I
in Isle of Hope, Ga. She I Arch Prevatt of Jacksonville Felix Sullivan\ was a business
and daughter, week. Mo.
,on.ln-Iaw was accompanied home by her ''was visiting his sister, Mrs visitor to Jacksonville Saturday.
d Mm. John W. Napier.entgWord. I daughter, Mrs. F. \\'. Varnedoe Eugene Grlffls Saturday night Mra. W. W. Underhill and ]
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, and Mrs. F. H. Long spent several! I'I'lof !I if
Palatka who remained here C. A. Griffis made a business children, Mrs. A, L. Bennett and
daughters( Edna and Gamlta, days this week In Jacksonville' until Sunday. trip to Gainesville Monday 'I daughter, and Mrs. C. Sullivan _; i'I

were visitors to Jacksonville Sat- with her son-in-law and daughter i Arnold Grlffls and Ellis Sullivan visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I. 4'

urday. Dr and Mrs. Bryant S. Car- I Mrs. I. p. Shepherd and son I' were in Gainesville Mondayon Crosby of Sunny Brook Farm ''I ;{.

,Missionary ;straw- roll. Jack, spent the past week In : business.Mr. Saturday afternoon. 1 '
SALE white roots. Jerome Johns and Steve St. :| Tampa with relatives. Friendsof and Mrs.! Mack and Lizzie O. A. Drew and Miss Evelyn \ ;

v plants, good Vander- John went to Alachua Wednesdayon Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and { Jack will be glad to learn that Tompkins were visiting Albert Youngblood of Tampa were visit
A B. Whitehead, "Peggy" to purchase water sons, Edward and Harold of he has : :;
7-4 4tp recovered after having his Griffis Thursday. ing Mr.! ami Mr. E. S. Slbley
swtion. melons. Oviedo returned Sunday after : adenoids and tonsils. removed Tuesday afternoon.Mr. \ '

SALE Missionary straw- spending a week at Kingsley" I while in Tampa. I HAMPTON and Mrs J. A. Milliken .r:1"r
on new :Mrs. L. D. Vining is spending Lake. and children of Ocala visited Mm.
plants By :MINK Ada Nlmrno
nd.y Reasonable. Mlllard this week in Dublin, Ga., with I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Padgett I Mllltken's parents Mr and Mrs. "

udd, Starke, Fla. 3tp her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. John Hagan returned Saturday'and family, of Miami. Mrs. Guy Rev and Mrs CA.. Warren A. L Sullivan Sunday.Mr. i

to 7-19 Joiner. to Clarksvllle, Va., after enjoying |I I Padgett, of Miami. Mr and left this week for Manonpahelln, I and Mrs Ed. Prevatt and !LL3 \ i\

a vacation here with his mother. I I, Ritch and family, Miss Doris Pre-I I Pennsylvania! where he will spend! children of Starke were picnicking ll;

SALE- -Missionary Straw- Miss Edna Hutto, of Jackson Mrs. J. \V. Hagan, an'd) other rel- I vutt and Mrs. Aneda Griffin, of the remainder of the summer on Crystal! Lake Sunday.

y plants. Walter Starling, ville, spent the week-end here atives. 'Stnrke took a trip to the Smoky months. Mr. and Mrs! Austin Fender "A bog it I ,:\
load 28 Southeast of Starke. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mountains last week. Mrs. M. Watterson and Mrs.L. of Starke were visiting Theressa gen- I
Don be
THAT ipotl :
-Itp L. S. Hutto. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Ogden and L. Bedenbnugh attended the Sunday M,
holiday from J
son. Lee, and Miss Mary Clyattof Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Johnson preaching services at Grandin I Mrs. II. E. Moorer. Mrs A, D. irksome toil!" i
straw- t.. .
SALE -- missionary Daniel Letterman, Miss Willa Mae Thornton of I Pompano were guests the first. of Urnoksville were guests Thurs. last Sunday. I McGeloray, Mrs li. C. Powell and Smil s Latin OffWh .,y P
y plants. Gainesville, was in Starke Sun of the week of Mr. and Mrs. E. day of Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Rev. G. E. Cutshaw. substitute little son, Donnie and Mrs. E. K. "J Aad FORBdphl-.

half[ mile east of State 7-19 day visiting her mother, Mrs. W. J. Dowllng. Landrum. They were accom- pastor for the First Baptist ) Powell of South Miami arrived .n I'm ln.ur.d-. t,1,. '

era'Market. 2tp E. Thornton. panied home by Mrs. Landrumand church during the absence of the here Friday afternoon to be at !'m cor.rad RIGHTI" f

SALE-14-foot boat and a Mrs. Sam Anderson and daughter children Idell and Martha, pastor C A. Warren, will preach I the bedside of their mother, who ;

oot boat. Also boat build- Miss Selma Thornton spent Janet, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. who will visit relatives there and at the Baptist Church next sunday passed away Saturday morning.Mr ..

done to order. Call at Mrs. Monday and Tuesday in Gainesville Alexander, and Miss Wilma Alex. In Inverness.A morning and evening. | and Mra. Larry Jackson, HAROLD I 1 C. WALL

Marr's for further infor- with her sister, Miss Willa ander spent last Thursday in Masters Lindy and Ronald Mos- Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry, Mr

lon. C. H. Jenkins, Box :Mae Thornton. Jacksonville.Mrs. W Anderson Jr., spent the ley of Jacksonville have entered and Mrs Johnnie Adklna and lit. .

Starke. Itp week-end in Tarpon Springs as school here and will spend the tie daughter Misses Beatrice 6ENEIRAI INIU k w'q

Mra. Annie Schell has returnedto George Bennett and son, the guest of his uncle and aunt, winter with their grandmother, Hersey and I Minnie Swindle of [you HAVE.j jPLEASB

SALE-furnished apartmentouple her home in Lake Butler after Kimble, of Jacksonville are guestsof Mr. and Mrs. C. Homer Reed Mrs. Laura Mo ley. Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs John PHONE

without children.. See enjoying a visit here with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson and While there he ushered at the Mrs. C. L. May and children. Bellnle Hall and daughters, Maba-

George W. Thomas, 324 W. J. Epperson. Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith at wedding of his cousin, Miss Doris Dickie and Silvia, are leaving this dell and Gloria, of Lake Wales,

Cherry Street, Starke. Itp Kingsley Lake. Reed, and Mr. Ben Darlington ',.

RENT-two furnished ap- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Padgett, of Sunday morning..

oenta, one upstairs and one Miami and Mrs. Aoeda Griffis Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss

nstalrs. Apply to Mrs. S. visited Mrs.. O. B. Green in Jack- Madge Middleton, and Mrs. E. L. The Rev. Laurie G. Ray and 'f

Johns, corner Walnut Street sonville Tuesday. Matthews spent Sunday with Dr. two children Larry and Janet,

Washington Avenue,* or Middleton at his camp near of Lakeland were guests Tuesdayof dttiyy'k

ii' Store It Little Miss Joan Dinkins returned Brunswick, Ga. Misses Olive and Amelia Ray, '.1
to ,}jer J>ome yesterday en route to Japkaonvllle to visit
ATMS-In good used furnl- after enjoying a visit in Tampa Miss Betty Battle returned his mother, Mrs. .L .C. Ray, who

Beds springs, mattresses, with Mrs. Earl Hatcher. Tuesday to her home In Ft. Is ill. Friends of Mrs. Flay will
rcbe, oil stoves and dining Meade after enjoying a visit hereas be glad to learn that she Is im I II
a suits slightly used. Call
Mr: and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott, the guest of Misses Helen and proving. I
we us.The Loft, 22 E.
St., of 'Winter Garden, spent last Marion Dowllng. ,
Jacksonville, Fla Woodfln Halle returned Sundayto
week-end here. They were en
6-28 8-16 Miss Carolyn Hutto left Monday West Palm Beach after en.
route to Canton, N. C.
WA. TED- .fol' 800 family for Columbus S. C., after joying a two weeks' vacation
I here with his. Mr. and'
enjoying a two weeks' vacation parents
leigh route. Permanent: if Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Molpus
here with her parents!, Mr and Mrs. W G Hai'e.! He was ac
re a hustler Write Raw- spent the week-end In Gainesville

Sh a, Dept FAG.23-123. with .Mrs. Molpus' parents, Mr. Mrs. L. S. Hutto. I companied to West Palm Beach
'phis, Tenn. I and Mrs. P. H. Perry. by Olin White, Jr., who is visiting E
I Mrs. A. M. Darby returned to his uncle and aunt, :Mr.: and

; her home Sunday after spendingtwo Mrs. G. C. Bates

R. weeks in DeLand with her .
SEZ: son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and :Many of Starke's older residents .

FREE CLOTHES Mrs. G. W. Marks. will remember Mrs.\ At'guste I
von Kim, wife of the late Adolf'von R
1 t axe-i
I t A 1 ,
t Friends of Mrs. W. E. Middle Kim, and will regret to learnof > ,
If you are tired of being uncomfortable ton will be glad to learn that her death in Newark. N, J.. t i

a call today for a free I she Is improving after being confined July 2. Mr. und :Mrs.: von Kirn

t' j clothes analysis. I will tell you to her home the first of the lived here 30 years ago and ,
*; what is causing you trouble and I week because of illness owned the building that Is now

/C how to correct it. During my the :Magnolia Hotel.
Sinclair H-C
,30 years active practice I have Mrs. Roy Smith house guestof New

successfully treated the following Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Sam Simpson! returned to his

ailments: left Monday for Mobile. Ala., to tiome Wednesday night on a

Headaches (Ilat too mall). St. visit relatives before returning to leave of absence from the S. S.

Tennlle Ga. .'L, J. Drake" Standard: 011 has Double-Range AntiKnockTake
Vita Dance (Shoo too tight) her home In ,
Tanker, on which he la employed.In .
Bad Circulation (Shirt sleeve too
the month and a half on
F. F. Flume and pact
and :Mrs.
In- Mr.
__ long-sleeve ohklers too tight)
last Wed- the ship! he hu been in Texas,
Miss Clara Flume spent
(by Bad lifting PajamasAbnormal Blood Pressure nesday In Jacksonville with Mr. Cuba Porto Rica and many other a look at the two speedometers above. They indicate the I
Short too tOiort .
1 ) and Mrs. R. W. Mills. Miss southern and West Indies points. I
many other common ailments too numerous to men- until Sunday. -- where anti-knock is needed. ;
Flume remained two important driving ranges high
Hy treatments are painless and I use no drugs or sur Letter P. Robinson of Apopka

No charge for and Mrs. R. A. was the guest Tuesday and Wednesday -
consultation. Congressman Some give high anti-knock in one speed
gasolines may range
Green and family moved this of his uncle and aunt, Mr. ,

week to their cottage on Kings- and Mrs. James A. Lewis. Mr. but not in the other. However the new Double-Range Sinclair I
COMFORT will spend Robinson wan en route home following ,
ley Lake, where they
vacation in Washington,
SHOES I the remainder of the summer. D. C., with a his parents, Mr. and H-C git'fs you high anti-knock in both. Ask a Sinclair dealer

C. Jones, Mrs. C. Mrs. J. C. Robinson Lester will
W.Mrs.Chalker DeWItt and house guest Miss be remembered as a former real- for Double-Range H-C today It sells at regular price. f

Our Specialty Mary Chalker of Palm Beach, and dent of Starke and a graduateof

I John Chalker, all of Gainesville B. H. S. .

guests Tuesday of Mr. A.
$Z25 ,$2.69a M.were Darby. Friends of Robert P. Jourdan, C
Jr., 21, a former resident of
will be Interested to learn 1
Mrs. M. Whigham had as her ::
a week-end guests her brother and that he plans to enter the Cur- II

sister-in-law-Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ties Wright Technical InstituteIn ,,
Mrs. California soon. The school .Is ,
and her sister, I
Van Landingbam, all of headed by Major C. C. Moseley, ..
States' I
former United Army flyer

Chattachoochee. and Is oce of the largest aviation
technical schools in the nation.It .
The Rev. George F. Scott, professor
selected the
t n Southern
of history
s s3 Air Corp as one of seven schools
Lakeland spent
$ } College and Wednesday here with his throughout the country to train ::
Mr. and mechanics for !the Army. a. u. aarwwr
brother and sister-in-law, .._ eri M.Os.

I Mrs. F. A. Scott. J. W. Prevatt
WORK I Mr. and Mrs.
SHOES reunion at their
had a family
T. T. Long and young son.
Mrs 7. Those
Tom. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter week In i home present Sunday were: ,Mr.July and Mrs. Ed-
$$1.98 Ihl-
spent a few days guests of their I win Prevatt, and family; Mr. andMr 1
Baxley Ga., as \
Lester Prevatt, and family,
era At $2.25 brother-in-law and staler, Mr. and Ur. and Mrs. Claude Prevatt and Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.)
T. H. Slade.
Mrs. family; Mrs. Marks Hitch and

WalnwrUht Mrs. J. L., Sr.Frazee J. M.Mrs.Alvarez, N. D. gett family and; Mr.family and Mrs of Miami Curtis;, Pad-Mrs. H. E. TUCKER ; j

Rhodes attended the Guy Padgett of Miami; Doris .
1TERNBERCT and Ralph Tuesday of the and Middleton Prevail; Mrs.

funeral services Likln- In Aneda Criffls; Lors Chandler, of ,. ,
late Dr. Price Williard Wynn of
I Jacksonville. Dr. Llklns was a Miami. and ]Phone 158 Starke Florida

brother-in-law of Mrs. Frazee. Hampton. ii 1.

",aiy'- .

less and refugee children from to Bleep, hauls

Short Course For 1 LIVE STATE NEWS I I Britain. Board members at a radio and listens to Out a IO!
II SECTION recent meeting came to this decision And after a while SWine

County Agents -- after being questioned by the neighborhood the BwOhh I !
JONES the Federal Board regarding the go get
Opens Soon KILLED BY LIGHTENING JURY FREES ANDY I matter. The Florida Welfare along hOmeAIltPLANE ePl

RURAL HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD indicate Wauchula,-Bill Lamb, 50, a Tampa,-After deliberating an Board was. asked to act as agent

COMMON SENSE. . that Advance the University registrations of Florida cattle ranch woods rider July saddledhis 3rd hour and fifteen minutes, a Circuit for the refugee work In view of DeLand The F.\t'TOlty SLD)
Agriculture's first horse and rode away Court jury last Monday night the fact that it is the only official Babcock
PROPER USE OF LANDS I' SUCCESSFUL CANNINGIn College short of course for county to attend to his duties. A search- rendered a verdict of "sot guilty" child welfare organization Corporation recently Auk
Ing party last week found i in favor of Andy Jones, 47yearold in the state. all assets of
Considerable attention Is being many sections of the state and home demonstration agents body about 20 operating the Rover
decomposed \lit
accused -
who was
Summer gardens and orchards are well attended, at least by Picnic farmer Motors of !
the country to I will be west"of here His dead Dayton
throughout miles of Ohio
given well advanced. Quality in vege- home demonstration agents, it is his of the shotgun slaying RADIO SCARES WOLVES plans to begin *
land-use planning. The nation'sagricultural is by their flavor H. Harold horse was stretched across his brother, George Jones, 41, on it the wordof the roductiOl,
tables gauaged reported by Dean hat, its Seattle, -Take on airplane {
leaders, and to a cer- feet. Nearby was Lamb's road in the Picnic motors at ,/
lonely country
beans a
U ,
and succulency. peas The classes will be con- new
Hume. called chief
Stanton Bennet engineer *
extent Its populace, have be- top torn. A coroner's Jury of Wednes- here by
tain section the night August
and corn are to be canned in all ducted from July 22 to August 15.: ,Oftlciall
aroused to the dangers of by Sheriff Blocker Whidden over for America's "farthest north"commerlcal
come their garden freshness, do not 10 as a part of the university met day, March 13th. Presiding nounced last week.
continued Improper use of land agreed Lamb and his horse which packed for stationin The he
delay your canning program. The school. the court, was broadcasting purchase Included !
summer all
k and have begun endeavors to Important business of canning their death from lightning. the verdict, was Judge L. L. Fairbanks, Alaska, radio is data, master enginttr,
obtain cooperation of all land I sound Miss Gladys Gallup, Parks of Tampa.WON'T keeping the, wolves away in machinery draws ,
calls for only fresh, pro- and a
economist with the U. S. large
' owners In using the land for Its I ducts. home ; NAVAL CRAFT IN 1U.M1I Alaska. In story books hungry unfinished stud
best uses. The object is proper Department of Agriculture, has I Miami,-Six United States destroyers FIND HOMES wolves watch sourdoughs bed organization engines of the
I The Ideal vegetables for home to the faculty to week I the total
been appointed this ,
land use for the present and the I II docked here valut
It finds down for the night .and then stock and
canning are those that have been i teach a course In extension meth- naval reservists from Jacksonville, material InclUdt
future. I bringing
neither too old nor too 1 out what Its responsibility will pounce upon them when all la the deal being
NI picked ods. Sister of Dr. George Gallupof and Hous- $185.000.
I :Mrs.. Gladys Kendall, home I, young, fresh from the gardenand I poll fame, she la secretary of New Orleans, Mobile under com- be, the State Welfare Board quiet. But now, Bennett, a Seat I announced by President It
The FI'fII
demonstration agent in Voluaia, canned within an hour or the extension studies and teach- ton. squadron R. N. won't take on the task of find- tle visitor today declared, a pros- Foster of the Babcock
mand of Lieut.-Commander
has graphed prepared letter a which little Illustrates mimeo- I two-that is, if you are concerned ing section of the Department of Smoot, included his flagship, the, ing homes in Florida for tome- pector on the trail, before going Corporation. airy
I with flavor and high vitamin and '
Agriculture. A specially designed Mead, the Swasey,
some of the good things to be Aullck, the
Her expected letter from is ao proper simple and land clear use., i vegetables nutritive content.that have Never stood overnight can- course taught by in Prof.horticulture C. E. Abbott, to, also be the the Edwards.McLahahan The the squadron Laub and has 1XJ13! O o 0 oooo Facts That Concern You v 20?farrie,

and yet so meaingful, the points will be offered to women agents. been on maneuvers off Key West
To obtain maximum flavor and Courses of instruction plannedfor naval
abe presents are well worth re- and make up part of the
'' peating here. food value, vegetables should be county agents would deal patrol in Gulf waters
canned, if possible, within two with animal products, with Drs.
t She says that proper land use hours after being gathered. Loss I W. G. Kirk and A. L. Shealy as TAG MATERIAL ORDERED I
1 will for the farm family an
mean of fresh flavor and growth of I teachers, and marketing agricul- Tallahassee,-125 tons of steel
attractive, conven- many beat-resistant bacteria char- tural products, with Dr. H. G. for use In the manufacture of
ient, adequate, and sanitary home; acterize products held in a warm' Hamilton as discussion leader.Dr. Florida's 1941 automobile tags '
, a happy, healthy, well dressed,
and family kitchen. This causes loss of val-, Hume said today that more was ordered this week by the WHAT IS
prosperous ; : .
uable food constituents and makes .
well balanced than 20 women, some from out- state cabinet. Estimates place
an adequate, year-
round home-produced food supply; aterlizatlon more difficult. I side of Florida, have indicated the number of tags required for

a farm well stocked with all kinds Foods for home canning should, their intention of attending the next year at approximately 600-
of livestock and poultry, fed on be clean to start with and handled' session, but few inquiries have )()(). The steel order was placed'' is

home-grown feeds; production of with care and expediency In the I' been received from county agents. with a Birmingham concern and MALT

more than one cash crop on land process. Unclean foods have the material will be delivered .

suited to such production, to- more bacteria and so are more Large Number Of shortly to the State Prison at

gether with rotation of crops, difficult to can successfully.Do Raiford where the tags are man-

cover crops, terracing, drainage, not can a larger quantity' Farm Families ufactured. Officials did not state

and other things necessary to at one time than can be handled I Apply For MaterialNearly what color tags will be used next

proper land use; a wood lot on quickly and easily. Many failures j jI I year and how is it,

every farm. in canning and lack of quality: 7,500 applications from

For the community she envisions have been due to allowing food' low-income farm families\ \ in TOBACCO MARTS OPEN

better transportation, better products to stand around too Florida have been received by Live Oak-The GeorgiaFloridaTobacco

water" supply, electricity; for all long. A better and less fatigu- home demonstration agents for Markets for 1940 open used in making

homes! telephones?, improved/ ing job Is done when only a moderate -I cotton and ticking with which to Thursday, August 8th, a week

schools. more public. libraries, quantity la canned at a I make mattresses in the surplus later than last year, but well

community recreational centers, I cotton disposal program inaugurated ahead of the markets 04 North
time.The and South Carolina which do not beer and ale ?
more and better churches? health foresighted home-maker' some time ago, it is reported -
and by Miss Ttbyl Holloway, open until August 20. The
centers Improved sanitary prepares for canning by assembl-
conditions, better markets and ing equipment in advance and district home demonstration,agent week's delay in the opening of BARLEYBrewers'

more industries, and land used making: sure that everything Is with the State Agricultural Extension the Georgia-Florida markets Is
for what it ia best suited nature I ready for immediate use. A Service. due to the unseasonable weatherin

ally, as parks, community forests, steam pressure canner should be She says that 6,471 of the applications this belt during the planting Answer:
season. Date for the official malt is ,the purest ingredients make beer
pastures, farms, and so on. I available for canning all non- have been approved and !
I' opening of Florida market was that has had its starches modand ale the mild wholesome
For the state and nation she acids vegetables. Steam pressure certified, and that considerable barley tasty, .

sees, as a result of proper land !not only naves time, but eliminates I expansion of the mattress making of set the by United the Tobacco States Association I ified. The barley is first permitted beverages that they are.
at a
use, happy, healthy, prosperousand all spoilage difficulties I program is expected as soon as to"sprout by the addition of mois
contented citizens; conservation when directions are followed.' cotton and ticking are received. meeting. I Now the brewing industry is taking

instead of destruction of Can only fresh, sound, tender There are 26 counties participating I ture. At the right instant,the growth action to keep the retailing of

natural resources; more potential vegetables and carefully wash and in the program, and S82.3 STILL HOPEFUL FOR ROLE I is checked by heat and the sprouts beer as wrjplesome as beer itself,
Tampa Kelton
wealth; and a richer agriculturefor prepare them. Pre. cook ,according bales of cotton and 48.5 bales of Port I are removed.
future generations. to requirements of the ticking have been ordered. There Tampa, 12-year-old movie hope- A plan to eliminate abuses is already

Certainly all of those things particular vegetable, then pack are 160 communities expecting to ful, is still In the running as the What remains is malt the essential in effect in a number of states. It is

are desirable, and certainly proper piping hot into hot jars of tins, participate in the mattress mak- possible selection for the role of base of all good beer and ale. being extended. Ask us for an interesting
in the
I Jody version of Mar-
use of the land will help to and process immediately. ing, and the home agents are be- booklet
get them. For fullest success, Don't buy vegetables for can- ing assisted by 61 men and 160 garet Kinnan Rawlins'" Florida Every step in the brewing of good ,
ning from the market unless you women voluntary leaders. I story, "The Yearling, is was announced beer and ale has been taught by Write: United Brewers Industrial
FOR BABY'S COMFORT know they have been freshly The cotton Is the: by officials of Metro-
supplied by centuriesofexperience.TodayamazFoundation 19 East 40th Street,
I Goldwyn-Mayer studios last week. ,
Follow in-
for McGee's Minor Baby upsets Elixir of the is intended stomach structions gathered. and leave canning nothing to Federal Corporation Surplus on orders Commodities approvedby i One thousand eight hundred boys I'' ingly expert brewers -using only New York, N. Y.
from all sections of the I
and bowels that result from overeating guess work. When in doubt, see the state office of the Agri-I countrywere
improper foods, or tempo- your home. demonstration agent. cultural Adjustment Administration. screen tested for the role
and all have been eliminated but I X110 BRfWA
rary over-acidity of the itomach. Already 233 bales of cotton
A bottle of McOca's Baby Elixir& everyone should be cooperating two-Gene Eckman of Atlanta L
costs only 35c.CARPENTKK'8. in the program for proper land and 18 of ticking have been received and John Kelton of Port Tampa. BEER..a beverage of moderation
and 298 mattresses have E
DRUG STORE use. I John and his mother are still in
been made. Counties in which a
Angeles and are very hope-
the work already has been
ful. Kelton Is the son of a local W
BOREE FUNERAL HOME urated include Hillsborough, Put- druggist.

Ambulant Service Phone 134 nam, Madison and Walton.
<< Day or Night -
I ____ ___L
We have added a late model AMBULANCE to our equipmentwith Other counties in which the .
u "' .
w ;
fir u".a. ae f < 4a yN.N
'fib' as" "rt'W rs a a a L
program is expected to get under
special: springs for easy riding
way soon are Alachua Broward,
Calhoun, Citrus, Columbia, Es-

cambia, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes,

Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Levy, I
INSURE WITII Manatee, Marlon, Okaloosa, Palm i 2 Fr k V

Beach, Santa Rosa, Suwannee, i ry
Taylor, Volusla and Wakulla.

FIRE LIFE In addition to the lowincomefarm
families applying for ma- % ,
Phone 74 STARKE, FLORIDAigRiFTt' terials with which to make their

mattresses all, of other the families counties in' practically have- i OGET A BETTER TRADE :

asked the home agents for helpin

renovating and making cotton ON YOUR OLD CAR

mattresses, Miss Holloway says.A .

simillar program among Its a
$ clients is being conducted by the
1 Farm Security Administration. as u A BETTER VALUE

I jr Do Your Tradingwhere Cow Dade ChampionPaul City Boy New IN A NEW tlaV.A 1

6 pieces: Rogers Silverware are Stokes, 23-year-old son

given away with every $40 in tradeor of Barney stokes of Dade City,

certificates. was crowned as a new cowboy

Are champion of Florida at the rodeo

10 RedeemedSMITH'S GARAGE held in Arcadia on July fourth

".ou Cboose where a crowd of 8.000 personswas
STARKE, FLORIDA in attendance. Paul Stokes

with 664 points to his credit, took
the honors from Jack Duncan, .
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.. .. .. ... three times state c ham Ion.
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I Stokes, as the Florida champion,
.1 received the Lykes award and
also numerous cash prizes and "

much valuable merchandise.

: Stokes has been participating /

11 I in rodeo event for the past two N;
years and has always been Interested -

'I In cattle. He has been
employed for some time by Dave
:: Slone, cattleman at Mascotte.



I Dr. H. Harold Hume, dean of 7

i the University of Florida Collegeof lF }
Agriculture and outstanding
Southern horticultural .
agricultural leader, has accepted -
an invitation to peak be- J. W. Andrews
fore the general assembly of
A. W. BLOODWORTH Louisiana Farm and Home Weekat .

Louisiana State University Au- FloridaWEUNPERSELL'EM
OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST gust 13. This Is the third time RWy ,

I the Florida dean has been askedto
I Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy appear before this body.
i Every Wednesday 5 a. m. to 5 p. m. -
. Engraved sympathy ackaowledgemcnts. -,

I ..... .. .. ... . l Inexpensive. -Brad I ALL !
mmllnlmnmmmmlmllrrwmuNm.YnWlmmwuWmp" ' 'i''tMnr\ niwtitn. .''ini '..._. .. (I'l
|mniuilniuitliiHWi' ,\ .! iiiii'.III'II'.UI'"iliJlli..II'' '. '..".."i\jio..II..IWU'II'iiIf""lIlIr'1/1I'\ '; i' '/ '"..".,"iwHmitmimii. '>.wn,, ,, ,' '' '' '' ford Cownty ,Telegraph. r

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19. 1MO \
ama Canal and to force England !I PACE, SKVHNflcate
Jones to come to terms when' a border BROOKEKBy SUNNY BROOK /
FARM I\\ GRAHAM court hotme door on the flmt Mon .
I embrace the
following de-
fight arose ;
Venzuelaand Mrs. I... L. Parker Uy 1\1n. '! day I In,. the month at Auaunt. 1840 KiTlboil. property In the County of f
British Guiana. Floyd R. Crosby fly Mrs. L. C. Smith whl'''h ,U the 6th day of August,, Bradford State, of Florida, tn-wlt: t '

It is I New Sing Club j r Uf' I Lots A. B, C Slit: 1, Wynne .
Today obvious ; !
On II ere that the The Claude Moore of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney' Iittel thin lAth lay of July, 1940. 1 Addition to ta t.. Hectloh SI :

*-marts Doctrine is to be used to provide newly organized Junior I cent visitor of Mr. and Mrs.are-I attended the funeral of Mrs. Mc- <(,,OFKK'IAI.lurk of Circuit SKAt.) Court A.; J. Thorrm., : Township 6 Mouth' flange 82 Kant. 1J t
Sewing Club met Hrailford The aMxeHnment of the eatif
Hereaftera legal grounds for I at the home of propP514 ,
y! preventing the I Mrs. T. W. I Haislop returned last week and Klnney'a' aunt. Mrs. Mary Young. i County Florida 7-12 4t 8OP erty under the said certificate I.- I

| first verse of the Axis powers from seizing New Ida Lee Markey with Misses was accompanied home by Mrs. 'I blood. at ThereSHa' Sunday.Mrs cued wa In the name of lloyd Hol- .1 J \ I
Cone loway. '
& World possession/ belonging' and Martha Evelyn; Moore, and children !\oO'rH''' 'Ii i
of Romans the to 'I II Markey as hostesses. who had Eunice Box of Starke attended ,, APPLICATION. ITnleK I KUM certificate Khali b.redeemed )' :
Chapter the Democracies. Oil T\\ DKKII
Germany has sew spent the month 1 ,
1(111( past here according to law theproperty
church and (Mrn.lv
ing i Sunday night Illll :Ma.
under thetrato a social hour 1113) wilt
tie Paul writing "I met this challenge by asserting' \ and delicious was enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Ruiford Brown ,| also visited relatives. NOTICW! I Itf IIBItKRY: OIVKV.: Kold to the deHcrlbed hlKheKt. therein bidder. at the b. 1:1, :/<
t refreshments Thill Jo"o..rt
says. Mrn
O< that the Doctrine must work two of of Plant City, were Martha I'arkvr holilorof hotiee door on the first Mon- '
visiting | Tax ;\\1
Before brethren.ft punch and cake Mrs. Eva Strickland and MIss Ortltlt-iit No. 40. iHHiird
day In
if others were served. the month of Auuuet. 1848,. (
ways are expected friends and'relatives the 4th' day of A. I'I
YOU to over the July I) ISIS\ I
11 which I I. the
One 6tli.
Mae of
lI1ercles of God. that yeent observe It-that. in brief. the U. The next meeting' will\ be held weekend.Mrs. Starling were visitorsto I nun fllod name In my office and 1940. day Auguit i ,

'! your bodies a living ac- S. must stop Interfering with i I at the home of Mrs. Fred Hazen. A. L. Bennett and I Grandin Sunday.Mrs. I deed haH marie to he application Issued thereon.for a SaltS tAX l' Dated this Rth day of July, 1540. !

of scripture European affairs if I i Friday July 19, with daughter O. O. Graves and little certificate emhracea the following (OH-KlCIAr. SHAI. A. J, Thomas t ; ,
e.'J1.1 plllsage We Europe Is to' ,,, Jackie, of Tavares, Mrs. W. dexcrlheil property In the County Clerk of Circuit Court of tlrsdforcf, : 'a ,
1 to Christians. keep out of the Americas And Agnes Rimes and Fhillis Hazen W. Underhill and children of St. daughter, Shirley, of Daytona of llradford Ktate of Florida, tu- County Florida 7-tt 4t S-3 ,' !
word "brethren. here Is where the as hostesses. I Beach spent several days with wit: 1
vast I ,
the "
'/( by the wordtbren' differenceof Petersburg. and Mrs C. Sullivan i her mother Mrs. L. \ lk. IS n: Lot 7 Ward City Sec.; I !
C. Smith I
t'IIever we find Interpretation appears. For the Mr. and Mrs. Mack Collins of of Theressn. were visiting Mr. 8 Twp. 1 1>1. H. 20 r,:.. l> TIIK tIH'tIT'oinr Or TRill } '
we I | last week The nnHeiiKment r the KIUIITII: Jl nK'Kkl. IIICI'IT INM :f ,
scriptures said
'the Jacksonville
Doctrine I
to as we have I
always I spent Sunday with and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Friday property under the nald certificate ., > KOIl HH"I>..'OH[> COUNT, ,11
Addressing j
VI the writer is understood and applied it, deals I Mrs. Collins parents Mr. and 1 and Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Normanof Uxueil was In the name of. (Jo. Kt.OHII. C-MA14-RNV-: -. I, ,f

only with physical Mrs. H. P. Rising were visiting her parents known.Uulenn. ftOTMVLTW I)9rllANT ,, \. I. '
transfers Galney.Weekly
ltian9. of J. R. Kelly and children, haitI| certificate shall h. James Jo:. Prloleau, i
his brethren not with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson redeemed fl'
beseeching political ac UrMIeIt't at-cordlnv to law. (St.Vrolerty Plaintiff
aut Chrs- spent Thursday In Lake Sunday. <1"Hcrlhed therein will IHm -vcJessie "If'1.t
L Something that every tivity. We have never' used Mrs.
it to Leo H. McKinnon was Butler. )1,1 to the hlvhent bidder at the M. Prtoleau.Defendant. !

".hnuld gladly do; that Is.h'lrPbodles d\'nv' w a- Euronean_n___ ----_ nnwr.-n_. '.'.'A. ..h ... hostess at the Colson home Miss Alta Smith Is spending nourt hotme door on the flmt. Man-I 'i .:
''' Thura.__ Mr. and Mrs. Claude day In the of I IV: TifF NAMK. OF THFI': STATES
on Woods, month Auwuvt. 1040, \ ij
Goo. to / several
;;;; unto ,carry on political or diploma day afternoon weeks with her sister OF f
when she enter- Barbara Mote and which !ii the tin day of AUKUM, FI-.OUIDA. OREETINCJ: !
battlefields of Europe multiJ tic work In our sphere of In- tamed the Weekly Bridge Dewey Woods Mrs. H. D. Rogers, at Wlmlemere. 1140. .TO: JeKHle M. Frloleau. whoeresidence I if
Club. 1 of Jacksonville, were dinner ated this 10th day of July I and whereabouts are up- .t
Ihousands of soldiers are fluetice.! Hitler seems to want to The home was beautifully\ deco-. L. R. Wasdln of Palatka was 1941)lOKKICtAI.. known. ) !,
guests of
their bodies as a sacrifice Interpret the Doctrine to Include rated with garden flowers. 1 Sunday Mr. and Mrs.J. visiting his parents Mr. and !SEAL' ) A. J. ThonmK. You are hereby required to appear ; '\I !
if We R. Kelly and Mrs. Beulah' Mrs. H. D. Wasdin Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford to the bill of complaint filed ?I
l the altar of patriotism. "moral suasion" no less than military High prize was awarded to Mrs. Kelly. Friday. County Florida. 7.12 4t 8-11 herein analnit you on or before ; ;\
be willing to force. O. Mrs. Mondav the Sib day of Aurut. A.
IBllans should J. Mott, who received a deck George Conway and little D. 1940. 'tl

our bodies as a living sac- In addition high German officials of cards. Mrs. V. V. Hazen was Miss Doris Dyal Is spending I daughter Millie Anna, were Visiting !MVrit'M OP '"....1 IT IS FURTHER ORDERED: that 1,, il'i,I
this wek Notice la herdiy given that under
in Ocala
L. God needs at. this time have intimated that they presented with a pair of miniature Mrs. Swinton with relatives. her mother, Mrs. C. Fogg nnd Ira"I'I..da" with that certain .- thus llradford. order" County be published Telearaph. In the a y I'.'

bands the feet the eyes. the deem It proper to apply a Mon vases for making low. Refreshments Crosby is very Thursday final decree of foreclonureand newHpnper of general circulation '
sick; we all wish her Hale' rendered. by lion. K. L. ,
of Chris- a speedy |uhllhed ald County nt Bradford -
and the tongues roe Doctrine of their own to Central of fruit salad crackers and Foster Reynolds of the U S. N..l>rlnic a. Judas of the Circuit once each w.ek for four oonecntlve "

and women everywhere.n"eds Europe. They tea were served. Those enjoying recovery. Navy stationed in California, Court of Bradford County Florida, week. ,, ':
i argue they Kith .In chancery, In that certain cauxependinw 1 WITNESS hand and official "
my jl
the At
hands to lift up have as much right to do this as the afternoon with the hostess Fry Barn was visiting his grandparent, In ald Court whereini"ederal eal thin 3rd day of July A. I>. .

en eye to see those who are we have to apply the original were: Mrs. Fred Hazen. Mrs. Floyd Crosby. Lester Crosby Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy Farm Mortgage Corporation 1940. 'I ,i 1 '
and I. plaintiff anti Jennie Ilurney.et. ,, fOFFtriA', 8KAI.) A.I. ,
Calvin Ward Thoma 'ti'l.rk -
lneid, ears unstopped to hear Doctrine throughout the Americas. Ralph Hazen Mrs. V. V. Hazen, were hosts last last week. He has been transferred a la., are defendante, Cane No. 'I of Circuit Court, by I J. R. t <

1 Cry of hearts that are hungry And again, there is a great difference Mrs. Emory Hazen Mrs. L. O. Thursday night at a fish fry at to Philadelphia.Mr. Ktfl, the underlined Special' MnMer Kelly U. C 14t 7-" !I 'l i.'i':.
the Tobacco by said decree appointed will sell: :
Barn llr. -
I God, feet to run errands In Interpretation. For Hazen Mrs. Guy Hjrrell. Mrs. Ward. and Mrs. Dave Kelly of to the highest( bidder for cash at t'I

lev. and tongues to tell of we nave not used- the Doctrineas O. J. Mott and Mrs. J. P. Rob About fifty people attended. I Starke attended church here Sunday the ford soUth County front Courthoune door of the In Starke tirad- iv TIIH..H HH.\I nnrriT>FOHI rorRT. C'O"iv N ANOF T v. ;.'

redeeming grace. In all my an' excuse for imperial expan. erts. Randolph Crosby has opened upa night. Florida, during-, the legal hour of I I Fl.l>lllllIN' (''' ''IIC''':''V.M f 'I.

I have never known a time sion and geographical aggression.We Mrs. George Barber and store on the corner between Kale on Monday, Au..uM 6, 1D4U the I* K. ITI CummIngs N Tl. ItKKHNUANT, ,*? "', v. f
son followlnir d'rllo"lt premise I'I
it was easier to talk to have believed Richard of Mrs. Arle Brown and Mrs. Inez ate In llradford Plaintiff, .-.-'- -* I I
? not that it gaveus Gainesville spent last SAMPSON CITYBy I County IIItU'1 -Va- .,...... 4. ,
A to-wit I ..
than Kelly.BOOTSEY'S .
about God today. the right to week with her ''I
enslave Anna _
pie and and oppress sister. Mrs. L. O. Etta Fay Dyal \V'(, of SRiJ' of SEi; -; ant J. CiimmlnR*, u I...

ing has come over men other peoples. To the con- Hazen. Mr. Lam Brown made a business 420 feet of HKVj nt nh<\16 of UK1*. tN THW Defendant.NAMH. OF 1 1OF
America that I and H>4 or N W(4 of fiE\VS. and UK1'. TUB STATE )
nea trarywe argue we have used it Mrs. Idell Williams of Palmettowas BEACH trip to Jacksonville Wednesday of Si-Hi of HwC. all In Section 17. FLORIDA (IRKRTINCIHi\ ;

itthlng Is about to happen. only to protect weaker nations visiting her parents Mr. and Hy MH. ..:fll.- Crawford TowtiMhlp t\ Houth, Kance 52together Want,' residence TO: Anna whereabout J. Cumminwho**
hearts are failing people bee from the possible Mrs. Ellis Clemons with all sod singular it.teflinPflt. known. or are un- l
oppression of over the week- '
of fear of what may hap- potential conquerors.The end. Mrs. Clemons has been Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Long and Mr and Mrs. Oscar Rye, and *.hereditament and e.p1purtenance I You are hereby required to ap- 'I' ,;
confined .
Now Is the golden day of, family of Ocala spent Sunday children of Palatka, and Dock K.: K. PERnfMANRnerlal Rear to the bill of complaint filed .
to her
bed for
the against before ,
President said past few you on or J
on July 7th Warren 7-1J 4t 1-3 !/ "
utlan opportunity for getting I months but she here with Mr. and Mrs. James of Starke visited Mr. Monday the Bth day of August A. '. ,'..
out to lost that Europe and Asia should apply seema to be Improving Rosier' and Mrs. A. V. Varnes Sunday 1>. 1IHO. ', id 1 ; ..
Gospel message the principles of the Monroe at this time. afternoon. OF "ePI.ieTIOiroit IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that I : 'j..
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon TAX: ; ai..sssNOTI'leI this order be publl hei1, In the ..
pie Sam
Doctrine Baxter and Hodges,
as a means of reaching llradford Countjl Talearaph. ... J
Mr. Millard Varnes IS' IIKREHY (lIV" N. a n. ,
Mrs. and Bob
agreement on the disposition of daughter, Iris of Tampa were Sally Hodges and Miss Ruth That I* II. I'uwell holder of Tax paner of ireneral rlrculatlon pubilined .
to Johns of Warren of Palatka, visited relatives Certificate i In *ald County of Bradford. ; I''';
his Is no time expend en- visiting relatives here last week. Jacksonville were visit Nit 1152 of AlliriiHt ,
possessions of the conquered pow. I here 1920- and Certificate. No. 222: :1 once each week for four con..cu1M"' .
y In the building of mere ec.jiastlcal ers-that all should get : Mr. and Mrs. Purel! Dukes of ing friends and relatives here Saturday.Mr. .liilv 4, 1927 ham filed ...lil .1'11. tive week. m
machinery. for ecflastlcal together Dukes Friday.Mrs. Joe Williams of Gaines flcalea In my" office. and mad. application WITNKMS my haml and official i !.I'
and settle the attendant problems spent Sunday here with for tax deed to .Inmie ..enl thIs JrJ day of July, A. I>. '. ,). ,'.1
machinery cannot save rather than allow t them to be decided Mrs. Dukes' sister Mrs.. W. O. Phillip Sullivan and children ville, visited friends and relatives I thetiioii I In accoidanca with I luw.la 1945. .1"
There is much eccleslas- Rimes. here Saturday. lil certificate* emhracea the fol.lowlna i IDKFKMAr, HRAI,) A. J. Thoma c;
pie. of
by the victor. That looks I Jacksonville are spending ; dencrlltHd. property Kltuiite ,! Clerk Circuit Court by J R. Kelly "I.-" \
I machinery in Europe but it now like an academic opinion Mr. and Mrs. Lester Green and this week here with her mother, Mr. Herman Parish of JacksOnville In Bradford County Florida, to- I>. C. 7-J 4t ,

been helpless to save the na- which will find children and ida Lee Cone spent I I Mrs. Jean Gaskins. spent the week-end here Wit! :";
The ecclesiastical' mach- no favor whatsoever with relatives. tll';4 of SW(4( Hep, 1 Tp. 7 H. '\'rU'.1: TO il1'sl'SuCWT pt
s. I among the swaggering Axis Wednesday afternoon at Hampton -' Mr. and Mrs. II E. Syken; and It. 22 10, 40 Acre, In embraced, IV Til 10; tIltt'tIT fltl'IIT OK THKIKillII 4lj;' b!'
ry In America cannot eave our Lake swimming. of Quite u few from here attendedthe iiinl.T ('e, t lIrh'"", No. 252: and : '.'.. Jllllll \l. I-III!"I1 IT IVAMM "
powers. family West Palm Fleach are WUj of "$1'\4:\ of HK'/i:' Hec. 27 Tp. "'0" Illl.tltt-'Olttl I'05'' SlY, .
:on from ruin. The Job be- I Mi1 and Mrs. Chas Hardy and spending this week here with Mr. party at the home of Mr. and A 8' it. 22 K.: ill) Acren, la embraced. ."....HIIIIV C'" t V<'.,!ltW. r',

us Is the Job of consecrated.pleteiysuriendered Germany has said in responseto daughter, Reba Lee, spent the I and Mrs. James Rosier. M s. Ray Goodge Saturday night umli-r certificate I Nt,. 222. Nannie I'Oii Itengan, ,
State Department The aHHpMHinetvl nt Maid property flalntlff, r
Spirit- week-end In Tlfton, Ga.. visiting ,",.1Pr the cc Iii certificate* 1.11'ued [) Ueagan 1 F.t
or".y "
d individual Christian men that Inasmuch as she has shownno Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Crawford !\oO"'U'11 5)5' Al'l'l.1C \TlO v were In the name nIl followK, t<.. v- -I
desire to seize British and Hardy's mother. and family of Manderln "'01& 'I'AX I>KKIKraut : wit: Certificate N... 252 wa n...!..- Defendnnt.IN -I ;: '
women, dealing with indl- Mrs. Mary Green has returned. spent the week-end ( Itlll I'll.' .. Ill.-ll: Ked In the name or Unknown, and Till! NAMK OF TMn 8TATE1 f I,
ual unsaved, lost men and. French possessions in this hemis- home after spending a few weeks here with Mr. NOTICR IH IIKHKIIV' (1IVRN, Certificate. No. 222 was In the name OP' FI'OltlDA OIlKKTINIllS: :', ITO I-
and or J i': Futoh.1701cc. '
phere we have nothing to kick Mrs. R. N. Crawford. That I II. B Al-wo.il hoMrr of Ta at'.rtttti'uts : Homey lleavan whose re.l- "'I 1,
men. with her son in WillIston. Saul certificate Khali heredxemed dence and office atldre. I I.
Some great Christian worker about yet. But Washington authorities Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen of 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Austin of day of July No.A. I 16 I n., I'J.'IN iHMiieil: has the rilvil 4lh deed. will issue acuordlnir thereon to law, tax Itt No. 1, poet Molly. Hprlnw. North I ..
feel certain that Germany Starke were visiting at the homeof In ..frl and on the 20th. Carolina. -
my Gainesville I. day of July, A. l '
sald, "If I had a thousand were visiting relatives fl. II'40. You are hereby required, to
win/make moves 'In our dlrebtion I Mr. and -MI'''. R. N. Crawford I application for a tax d..1 10 b. Dated titus l.tli. day of June A. appear
.. to the bill of complaint flied herein
ill to save, I would save one here Saturday. IHHIIKC! th r nn. Hulil crtlrlvat I). l 134t). J -
in time and then the real test Sunday afternoon.Mr. ctinbracpN. I h/l folluwlnir d..i'rII.IIroJH'rty FFIcrAIj I against. you. on or before Monday, ',
Misses < ) ThoMinn.Clirk
a time. Men cannot be saved Juanita and Mary Mc- In tho I'ounly nt Brad- Corl.J. : the Blh day of AuguM A. l> 1449. 1
Itradfonl 1 .
of the.Monroe Doctrine will come. and Mrs. J C. Grant of Circuit 1H FliltTHKIt UUDKHKn ,
and IT that
masse. The need of the world Gauley of Melrose spent Sunday ford, Hlata' or Florl.lu. to.wit: County Florida.
.. _T._ nnn/\F______ hA__ _affonHi/A_Hn"_ unloaa_...__.. Iho..._ here with daughter/ Patsy Ann of Orlandoare hot 81lit: I A In HW] 'or of Not I-U it 1U this order be publlehed In the Bradford \
not merely' tne application 01 Martha Evelyn Mar- A5. Town of I-uwtwy i 10: nt Ity In Counfy Telegraph, a news. -
ethics of Jesus to human 20 Latin American Republics back key spending this week here with 1-1...."., 21, 24. 21V, 2 it. TowilHhlp 6, NOTICM OF U'.U'\TIO" 1 taper of general clrculntlrin: pabiicleul /
it up .with us. We are working Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier. Houth, Itanir 22 KaM. fltU '1' \ IIKKIItNennte : : In said County of llradford, ,
lety. The need of the world Is L. W. Sewell of Mlcanopy was Illll. ... 86U: once each week for four con..cu.lIy" -
feverishly south of the Rio here Miss of The niiMMiitn0nt of the unit property NOTICK IS ii itttii: week.
Brown Starke
visiting Sunday.Mrs. Dorothy
-generated human'society..* If und.r the .111.1 l certificate IseueI That Verne J. IternoreHt: :ho'U..V/J':1 WITNKHH my hand and official
ler and Stalin and Mussolini Grande now In an attempt to Hamilton of Palmetto is was visiting Miss Effle Crawford was In the nanin of Huht l Iiarr, Tax Certificate' No tai: iKHtted the MHl till aril day" of July, A. U. )

bolster our influence there, and visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Sinless nail. rrrtlflcatm nhall. be 4lh' day 0 f July A. l>. 1U3N, lies 1940 .
re definitely) born again, the enlist both the conti nets in the r..d..1 according, to law the filed fiame In my' office. and has (OKFICIAIj( ) SRAI<) A, J. Thoma,
rid war would not be on us. I 'l.13.. Edwards. and Mrs. Burton Rosier of .property. dvxrrlhvil therein will I.. made application for a tax deed Clerk Circuit Court, by'l4f7 lltl
crusade to save democracy in Mr. and Mrs. T. W. and Mar- HO|<| to the highest l hhld..r at the to be iHKtiod thereon. Hald certl- D. s regeneration of one individualy Starke spent Sunday with hU

mean more to human society this hemisphere. I tha Evelyn Markey were In parents Mr and Mrs. James

njhe application of the mere Gainesville shopping Saturday Rosier.

ICI of Jesus to- a whole naL GUM BRANCH afternoon.Mrs. Mr. Robert RosIer of Jacksonville .

L Oy Miss Elizabeth Harnage J. B. demons who has spent the week-end with hiM

a matter of fact been spending a few weeks here parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ro
no man
Mr, and Mrs. B. M. McRoe and with relatives returned to her

ui properly to human apply life the unless ethics Jesus of children, of Pine Level were home In South Carolina last week.Don't sier.Mr.. and Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and

visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. forget church and Sun
1st Is enthroned In his heart. family of Hellbronn were visitingMr.

H Christ In the Harnage Friday night. day School every Sunday morn- and Mrs L. M. Murrhee here
men hope of
7. that makes Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were Ing at 10 o'clock, with the Rev. 'I Sunday.Mrs. .
them effective
UVing the Christian life In all visiting relatives in Jacksonvilleover G. K. Mccauley pastor. Emma< Sykes is spending IJT.jp'LThIii1: : Lit ::1kIIiTI

their relationships in this einworld. the week-end. I several months here with her -

of Pine PINE LEVELBy daughter und son-in-law, Mr. and
** So, after all\, the Miss Vesta McRae

'pal Is the most practical mes- Level was visiting Miss Leila :Mr. H. M. McRue' I Mrs. James Rosier.

e In all the world. The Cos- Harnage Friday night. Little Clotelle Moody of Doc

works. Mr. Hughie and Vernon Halt- I The farmers of this section are I tor's Inlet spent the week-end

wanger have returned to their Netting strawberry plants sweet here with her grandparents Mr.

potatoes, and are planting garden and Mrs. L M. Murrhee.

tending Our ing home sometime In Jacksonville here with after Mr.spend-and seed.Mrs. Miss Chloe Brlstorne of Hawthorne :J &''ti: .

onroe Doctrine Mrs. T .N. Norman. Henry Graves of Umatllla wan the guest of Mr and -j [:-

Mrs. R. C. Groover of Miami. and Mrs. James Rosier Sunday.A. .

The acidly Mrs. R. N. Crawford and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs visited their.' J. Crawford left last Thurs

Uy carried polite debate re- Luther Chism of Bootsey's Beach brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and day for Fargo Georgia where he 7 !

'ted States and on between the were guests of J. A. and Mrs. W. Mrs. B. M. McRae, recently. Is. employed In the CCC.

ents German gov- F. Harnage Friday night. Those who were visiting Mr. I' Miss Josephine Johns spent the
concerning the Monroe
trine Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sapp and and Mrs. H. L. Haltwanger in week-end' In Jacksonville visiting

al American reveals that this tradi- son, of Sampson City, were visit Jacksonville last week were: I relatives. $
policy is subject WHY I &PAY i MORE'] ?
Widely varying Interpretations. ing Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp over H. M. McRae, Mr. and Mrs.Mrs'j I Donald Crews of Macclenny Is

also' evident the week-end. i iI N. Norman Mrs. W. T. spending sometime here with Mr.

Cf the Doctrine that Hitler Is Mr. and Mrs. Bob Haislop of 1 and Mrs. Frank Norman and j I I I and Mrs. G II. Johns.

,' an interpretawhich -I !of I'. and Mrs G. B. Johns were "
J. A. and
Rising visiting
was never imagined 1 buby.We I the bedside of their WHY 1 ACCEPT I LESS ?

1119 President Monroe( Monroe\ Mrs.ernoon.W. F,, .Harnage Sunday aft ones In are our glad community to report the are sick all daughter-in-law visiting Mrs. Lee Johns

Doctrine did not be out again.A of Live Oak Saturday.Mrs. .
into Miss Effie Crawford of Bootsey's able to
, existence as a long of at- R. N Crawford was visit _
* large number people
aered Miss
carefully thought out Beach. was visiting tended the funeral of Chester ing Mrs. W F Harnage who has ,- '1------I
'elllent of Leila Friday night.
U S. Policy. Harnage III her home In
Rather been seriously at
Tine Level Church
was at
Norman Register
Swiftly! Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
conceived to meet Elder E. R. Uow- Gum Branch, Friday afternoon.EVERGREEN .
last Tuesday
which in and daughter, Dorothea, were

::1 the sovereignty of 1823 this men-na- visiting In Jacksonville Saturday era! of Starke.. conducted the
l. funeral services.Mr.
European that time the three afternoon. and Mrs. E. J. Brown of Ily Mr.. F. A. Itotiler OVERAMILLION
states of Russia! Mrs.! J. D. Dobbs Of DeLand- City. were visiting Mr.
.ia Sampson
to y and Austria had formed is spending some time with J. A. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill Sun Mro. Raymond Secreat andfhni I

) alliance" to crush a "VO1 and Mrs. W F. Harnage. afternoon. n of Hollandale spentThursday

in Spain' and l were casting Mrs. R. C. Grover returned tOj day : .__u. ..ou_. here with her grand
el...M___ Mr.\ ana Aira Jt1.vwof uj vci
! .. """o on spam's many her home In Miami after spending I Jacksonville. were visiting his' mother. Mrs J. S. Rosier.

elBione In the Western the week here as the Rosier spent the t940
reo Heml- past mother, Mrs. Alice Oliver re- Miss Lorene
!cll then I n addition> Russia guest of her mother, Mrs W. T. cently. week-end here with Mian Louise

.PUng owned Alaska, was at- Harnage.Mrs. Mrs. H. M. McRae spent Saturday -I Rosier. '
to dominate N. M. Bradley and children Bernard Rosier
tern the North- night with her son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Coast of this and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. visitors to Jacksonville : -
continent In in the Rising were
Ibterest I land! daughter
PresliI..nt of her merchant ships. Hersey of Starke, were visitingJ. tlon on account of the Illness I Tuesday.Rev. ;r CHEVROLETSbuilt

:fal Monroe Issued an A. Harnage and family Mon- I their little daughter Joyce. aec-1 Peacock and wife of Jacksonville ; ,
'arnlng .
in attended services here
I the which he said day night. wish for her a speedy
Americas "are Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shaw and Rev. Peacock preachIng .
to i be henceforth I Mr.!. and Mrs. Arthur McRae. Sunday. -- _
Conlliliered( children of the State Farm. were i morning and Sunday H
future as subjects of Starke were visitors here Sun Sunday to date
Pea Colonization by any visiting relatives In this sectionone << day afternoon ** I night.

1 .latus poe MIn ther words, day last week. I Miss Dorothea Norman of Gum Mrs C. A Prlngle and children C- 'f ,

H 1 ,0 far quo was to be main. I Mrs.! Zarle Crawford and children -t Branch spent Tuesday night with spent Friday here with her

n sL as Europe was conch of Boatdraln, were visiting Odessa McRae. mother Mrs J S. Rosier. erf /rTorode '

' had warda> the policy friends and relatives in this section Mr. and Mrs. Britton Alvarez I' Rev. H. M. Tillman filled his t. .

been declared to meet Wednesday morning. visiting relatives In Sunny'regular appointments here Saturday -

a emergency of the Mr. and Mrs. B. ),1. McRae!. and were afternoon. : morning and Saturday night.
me moment. Sunday
a convenient and Miss Vesta McRaeof Brook her i Miss Louis Rosier spent Thursday -
instrument children. E. P. Cay 18 visiting
Mrs. .
-Prolectlng American Interests Pine Level were visiting rel- on-ln-lawr and daughter ),11', and at the State Farm with Mrs. Chevrolet Co. l

: Ueflt crises, We Invoked atives In this section Monday J. R. HI" Gils son.
drive Mrs. J. A. Rosier were
and Mrs.
the Pine Mr.
*co French from night. the services at
atler the glad"to report Mrs.! W. Remember visitors to Jacksonville Satur io}
r Civil and
8 1118 IT o War to : We are better but Level next Saturday night STARKE, FLORIDA I'
41Y1d811 Absolute Instead F. Harnage is a little Sunday. 'day.

control over the Pan-' la still on the sick list. .

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his of mind by leaning on the NO COUNTY LEVY 9leetiflp
peace any 15
The Bradford County TelsjrapliKstabUohed h horn button like you did. All over the loss NEXT YEAR, IS BELIEF MONDAY, JULY Editor HonoredEugene Suwanee River Ohtrltt

1877 of a few seconds 1 After all, he didn't stall (Continued rrom Page One) (Continued from page one) L. Matthews, Editor of O'Leno meeting win be held gt I

c his engine on purpose, did he? expenses and all special and extraordinary was here), but weighed 91 the Telegraph, and at present enrolled committee Monday recVm., July] 22nd
P.ui4hed Weekly on Fridays and Entered M S >c- more. sap";
contemplated pounds I and lit
the Citizens District
In Military
wd Class !MatU-r at the rout Office at Starke, Fla. Why all these outbursts barbarism? for the from advalorem taxation All this, say doctors, was be held. The Coun of Io!
... ....- For no other reason at all than to give vent and year estimated receipts from caused by extreme over-actlvUy Training for business and by R. L. Montagueng "''II
And, they professional men at Fort Mc-
MEMBER to baseless impatience. :Nine chances out other sources which will be avail of the Robert's pituitary strength gland. was leas Pherson near Atlanta, Georgia Dinner will be

ID nPRbSS.ON of ten you weren't in that much of a hurry able: say than the average man's-his great was honored Monday' night by O'clock lit twentyr aerTrp r
t I I
anyway. BUDGET 1940-1941 height had with It no great appointment as one of the members plate ten
General Fund touch publicity com-
His head could of a
( 3etoadtd Jloua& The next time this happens, why not Salaries County Com strength. Robert mittee. Big Bass
.. .. . .. .. the ceiling, but In a Caught
' r1 --- -- --- --" safe mlusloners __________ 1800.00
> just relax and take it easy? Playing would have had leas The Telegraph's Editorwent
2.000Ien! At Kingsley But Salary Clerk of Circuit man with average into training July 8, along: with A 14 pound three
may take a few seconds more, but it may Court __.._________ 1.2WJ.W than an average mouth black (
strength. 23 other Florida business and bees ,,
To Offer wG
What Has Starke t
mean a longer life. Sheriff Attendance on the Western
lli t The War Department expects Congressional I) County Commissioners 52.00 July 4;- our Independence Day professional men. Monday founded nighta black bass Auto Tue
-- of the end for Florida Club was by contest
d'I I approval next week of an expansion Should Columnists Have"Any Attorney for County was the beginning Robert; Inside of the enrolles from this state and W. D. Moore, V S :1
Commissioners ._____ 30.00 tall, friendly owner of
program that would utilize Camp Blanding Constitutional Protection? Commissions and Fees 11 days after that he was dead. i John Kilgore, managing: editorof Store, Bald the local Auto; All(

mobilization point for 22,000 National Assessor 1,500.00 From that day the irritation In the Tallahassee Daily Demo- yesterday' Mt
ma a The howl from American Communisticand County caught the fish
his foot had proved to be nothing crat, was elected president. B. In ah
i Guardsmen and officers for at least a year' Fascistic groups, following the nation- Commissions County Tax and Collector Fees 1,500.00 simple, had grown steadily worse, Watson, Jr., of Gainesville was day Lake This in Clay Countf'

4, and as an army base after that. The payroll wide drive against "fifth column" activities, Maintenance County culminating in a blood transfu- named secretary and Editor Mat- pounder large one tops(

for a group of this size will be close to again brought to the fore the question of Court House ________ 350.00 sion, the necessity of taking food thews the and Kllgore committee were ,namedto The Jordan. entered The contest July t
operationon publicity
minor clue
$ .OOOOOO (yes, a million dollars) a month, whether not and individuals seek- Janitor for County through a tube, a 5. tember 30 and !!
or Mon- closes
groups Court House ________ 540.00 his foot, and then last Camp August be awarded many prla
$33,000 a day.Starke ing to overthrow the present form of gov- Lights Fuel, and Water 600.00 day, death at the age of 22. Had Kilgore stated that the takingof caught for the largo

is the nearest town to this ernment have the right to seek protection Insurance ____________ 200.00 he lived he would have finally news pictures at the camp that
ir Incidentals _____ ____ 600.00 reached the height of 10 feet, It would be of Interest to Florida NOTH': 01'.
what have to offer in the u APPLII'.tn
a camp, but we under the Constitution they seek to destroy. of Registration is believed. newspaper readers will be the .'011 ,'" IHO': :

;. d way of entertainment, supplies, housing, and With democracy on trial and in danger of Supervisor,____.__________ 360.00 Robert was born on a farm first activity of the publicity NOTh M'"jSBill; : i..,,, Inl,

.j' tr amusement to a body of men this size? The extinclion, United States citizens are at last Expense of Election __ 700.00 near Alton Illinois, where he committee. Undoubtedly the That L. ,R :\Powell?. 154. I h'lCerUtl"u' /.d' (;,
and spent his boyhood. When the Telegraph's Editor will take an day or Jul d. i
!' r answer is a cold, uncompromising "nothing. protesting against the activities of un- Legal Advertising aante In .. D. 1931 hI
Expenses ___________ 700.00 time came for his graduationfrom important part in this work as appll'l\tlnn mS .nl'. and'h ,
Will Starke wake up before it is too American elements. Administrative Suppliesand Alton High School in January his ability to make brilliant Issued th'I''oli fur a tax Said.deb...
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late to the fact that this is our opportunity Under the Constitution, Communistic, Expenses _______ 800.00 i 1936, it was necessary thata photographs of interesting subJects embrace property h thr, (tl"rollllWlII1. ( d?

to grow from a small, self-centered town to Fascistic and Nazi groups have openly organized Indexing ______________ 250.00 special cap and gown be made, is well known and In the ford NE'/, 'Hta, Ne.tl ,n Florid'Ollllly. 10.w,'
Court House Furnitureand since he then measured eight past several years his excellent 25 Twp 8 H R.

a thriving, industrious little city as largeas held meetings, 'and distributed Fixtures ________ 300.00 feet, four Inches in height. He pictures have come to be an Im- containing arty ""'''.om.111 IflU Acre' 01 the nor ,

Gainesville or Ocala? Is Starke going to. propaganda extolling the totalitarian form Fees and Costs Clerk was so good in,his studies he was portant feature of the Telegraph. curd und.r was In I h.' .nl corlll1",''4
let all of this $12,000,000 a year payroll of government and discrediting the demo- Circuit Court _______ 400.00 offered a scholarship, which he He has his camera with him. Johnon.. name 01 r.,
But here, again, his .Unl-8" said
accepted. crrtlfleteh
Maintenance Jail (repairs -
alip through its fingers entirely? cratic These activities ad- redeemed .according iX ,
philosophy. are ) _____________ 200.00 height was a handicap. Becauseof Escaped Convicts property described u
22,000 troops will require about 1,500- mittedly carried on at the sufferance of a Inquest (Cor.) ________ 300.00 the difficulty resulting from old courthouse to the door hlnhert M&' "

officers, Many of these officers will have democratic people and the subversive ele- Furniture and Fixtures his size he stopped college work Caught'By Andreu day 'In the month on the flm I
for Jail ____________ 100.00 and his ambition to be a lawyer, 1940. which i In the 2nd.p 4
families with them that must ments while taking full advantage of demo- September. 1940. ,
stay some- Insanity Inquests and One'of the ,, youth's greatest Tuesday afternoon two con- Dated this 16th day or

where, children that muat go to school cratic privileges of free speech, assemblyand Inquiries ____________ 200.00 problems was clothes. They were victs, Clyde W II k e r son, o:f 194, I

somewhere, but Starke right now could not press, point to this sufferance as one General Welfare ______ 2,000.00 all made to order-even the hand- Brooker, and Kernys Paul, of Clerk(OFFICIAL of Inuit SEAL'; : Court) A.of J, 8
Operation of a County i kerchiefs. To make a suit for Kentucky, escaped from Ocala'sMarlon County, Floildi. MMOTICR
!louse 50 more families decently, and our of the great weaknesses of our system. Clinic .______________ 1,000.00 him, nine yards of material was County jail. Sheriff A. = 1

schools couldn't accommodate another 100 When the founding fathers set up this Contingencies and Emergencies required; to get a new pair of O. Andreu was promptly notified, 10 rt: *OLI'IIRtl.FH \

children comfortably. Government under the Constitution, they ________. ____ shoes (special made,) it cost him and by Wednesday morning about The Bradford County !B
8:30, were in prison, again, Public InHtructlon will|1| am
22,000 with i in their pock- attempted to provide freedom for all. But Outstanding I n d e bted- $86.He they for regular itaHollne and
men money ness ______.________ 550.00 had been all over the coun- having been caught hiding two quart oil to he furnl,h,l I I.
ets seeking amusement would only come they did not specify that this freedom Donations to WPA and try, had been publicized widely miles northeast of Brooker, In the owned current buses school ax require year at

to Starke once for what we offer in the should extend to a point where it could not Other PuW>J Works as big medical news, and, simply, I the house where Wilkerson's wIfe all the following plane,, to i ,

way of entertainment. We only have one defend itself from destruction. On this Projects :-__________ 3430.00 to the general public" as "theworld' !.was living They' were In prison Hampton,. Florida Fl"ridSUrki >
I tallest man. serving a fifteen month's termon Lawt.'y Florida

little picture show, two tennis courts, several point most Americans agree-any group or TOTAL -___________ 19,662.00 five charges of chickenstealing. until to Brooker A M. ,Tuesday Florida A

taverns, two billiard parlors. individual that conspires to overthrow the I Fine and Forfeiture Fund Bradford Youth Wllkerson had been in trouble 1940. The Board renervw I Ih
Constitution and the freedom it I Salary and Fees Prosecuting before, had been In the chain to reject anv and all bid,
Most class
intelligent, higher guardsmen guarantees K MIDDLE!
Attorney ____ $ 750.00 : Knifing gang three different times: It 'Hinty "p"ln|
will go to Jacksonville and Starke should not be protected by that Constitu- Fees and Costs County The convicts stole two men's :

would tion. ___ __ Artford Brown, 22, of Sampson oT1tF: OF IIEM"Ttt
very likely get the undesirables Judge _____ __ 700.00 suits of clothing: from a house The Count Ki'Klstrallo
which every large organization is sure to' O Fees and Costs Sheriff 3,000.00 City, and son of Mr. and Mrs. L. the other side ofOcala, ; they are for Bradford )county well,
t Bailiffs ____._________ 300.00 A. Brown of Brooker, was at my offlrr In the north
now safe in Sheriff Andreu's office -
have: the drunks and trouble makers. Parents Are To BlameIf Sheriff's Commission on ordered Wednesday. July 10, to here Starke log all for, IvKnllv the purport qimlKlfdwho nl r

Will the camp buy any of its supplie Children Are "Softies" Fines Collected ______ 200.00 be held in Duval County Jail Sheriff Andreu says they'll Are nut already rfrliTueHifny '
Thurndav, and
(food, gasoline, etc) from Starke? Ias If children are "softies" and "para- Guard at' County Jail- __ 480.00 without ball in connection with .probably get''' an addition bf of each Vc-k from 9 0',1orto
the death by stabbing of Joseph 12'o'clock M satire'
Starke any companies large enough to sup- sitic," you'll)) have to blame mothers, dads, Fees and__,_Collli_..____Constables ____- 50.00 A Peterson, Jr:, 18, in the early term.twelve months 'Ito their' 'other the clock first P. M Monday to 5 o'clock In Amrui P

ply these needs? and society in general, because "the econo-j Witness Fees LIo\._______ 500.00 morning hours of July 7 in a second Saturday In Ortobt

Starke must get a several times a day mic parasitism of children is not of their Jurors Payrolls __-_____ 200.00 Jacksonville dance hall. Mrs. Mary Youngblood All persons are entitled who are to rrglitt not nand
Feeding and.'Care of Peterson, a resident of Jacksonville do so In ordfr to vote In I
bus route from here to the new camp. We making, asserts Farnsworth Crowder in a was stabbed in the left 'Ing general Election 01 N
Prisoners __________ 1,000.00 Mrs. Mary Youngblood, 73 5.
I need more picture shows, bowling alleys current Rotarian Magazine article. Other Law Enforcement chest during a rest room fight ata died at her home in Theressa Sat-, All elector who are d

large and decent dancing places, and other Dad's argument about the cows he usedto Expenses ___________ 250.00 place located on U. S. Road 90 urday, July 13, at 9:15: o'clock A. Istered do not have N. D.to Wl n

amusements of all kinds. We should make milk before breakfast the cords of wood Reserved for Contingencies at Edgewood Avenue In Jackson- M. following a long:, severe 111 Supervisor R<>. l,tratlon,
ville around County, Florida.
______________ two o'clock A. M Funeral
{ Starke the place where the boys will want he split, and the ashes he hauled are as Trafflp Patrol _______ 1,500.00 July 7, according to deputies of ness.Sunday morning services at Theressa.Mrs. were held. REPORT OF rO>BITI

to come while off duty to seek their entertainment obsolete as button shoes with milk on the Sheriff Rex Sweat of Duval FIOUIU.IHK 'T'
___ __.__ County. Peterson died while be- Youngblood was born In at Ht-rh In the Milft of
TOTAL 8,930.00
fun, and supplies, and wo have apartment doorstep, oil burners, and build- Agricultural Fund 'ing rushed to a hospital. Emanuel County, Georgia, and 29, th 1940.. rinse. of kl.lnnn

to establish the way for them to get here. ing janitors. And the "when I was a boy County Agent's Salary $1,440.00 Brown and Theodore Harden, there was Joined in marriage to .... .T"Loana

Officers staying at the camp the year stuff" doesn't create activities to occupy 21, of Waldo, were arrested Mon- her late h u a ba n d, Corneliu (including and j $2.81 dlHcounti over

TOTAL ____________ 1,440.00 day night, July 8, by officers following Youngblood. Shortly after the drafts) -I,
around will need houses and teach Johnnies and
automobiles I I Alyces, Crowder Mothers Aid Fund instructions from ''Sheriff marriage, the couple moved to United SCtaten obligation Government direct .-

clothes, servants, and all the other necessi- declares. Pension Allowance for Sweat and State's Attorney W. Florida and settled in this county, and guaranteed -

ties that any other average Starke resident. "Give children something vital to do," Dependent Children In A. Hallowes III. The warrant Six children survive:'"L. L. Young- [Obligations political of subdivi-Staleand

he School, ____r.$1,800.00 charged Harden with murder and blood of Theressa Mrs. H. E. along ._1
needs. "Not
suggests. hypothetical
something, Brown with aiding and abetting, Moorer, Mrs. A. B. McGilvery, Cash, balances with otherbanks !rt-

y This appears to be Starke's big opportunity like a textbook problem. Not a make-be-I TOTAL ____________ 1,800.00 I Hallowes said.Following Mrs. B, C. Powell, and Mrs. E, serve balances Including and

to grow if we are able to grasp''it. lieve something, like building a toy house Road and Bridge MaintenanceFund a habeas corpus writ K. Powell of South Miami, :Mrs. cash collection Items In proemof -: I

We must not sit idly by and see all of the Not a secondhand something, like gleaning hearing before Circuit Jackson-I I E.Mrs.S. Sibley -Thcresaa.. Also Bank premises, furniture. 0 w n dnd e ds9,54t.6T
County Road aDd Bridge Judge A. D. McNeUi In Youngblood is survived by a .
$12.000,000 each year go to Jacksonville, experience from a radio or screen. But Maintenance ._______$10,000.00 vide July 10 Harden was ordered brother, John S. Hall of Theressa fixtures $3,3213STOTAL

which already has the huge Naval Air something that is relevant to the shelter, released immediately and Brownwas Mrs. Youngblood's maiden ASIICHR.lTiesDemand !' '

Base. the protection, and the support of their own TOTAL _____________ 10,000.00Road ordered held In Jail without name was Miss Mary M. .Hall. < deposits. parln.rohlP'and of..ln'divtdualii.
and Bridge Bond Interest bond on murder charges.State's .
O lives." Crowder tells how children in his corporations -
Accident Individuals
and Sinking Fund Attorney Hallowes indicated Wednesday Time deposits of
Haste Not Only Makes Waste, .. experience keep the family budget books, Interest and Sinking Re- that the case would be partnership". and:

silt .It Makes Danger, Too assist with household management, and quirements$58,155.00 presented to the Grand Jury at Wednesday morning, a car Deposits corporations:of State" M".political .
Reserve Its next meeting, scheduled 'Whose occupants were from Lake- subdivisinnsOta -
Requisite t o
This swiftly changing world has sent other vital things in a family life which for (certlfM
Oct. I, 1941 (Sec. July 23, (next Tuesday.) As an land and Jacksonville, skidded nrdd officers <.h 1
I lip our blood pressure. make for happiness and an appreciation of 2321 C. G.' L. Florida eye-witness to the fracas, Harden and turned over on Road 13 near etc) -_u'u. .'

Time was when our main method of adult problems 1927) __________ 14.278.50 may, under the usual proceedure, Herbert Prescott's filling: station TOTAL DEPOSITS!' (d"llt
e be called as a witness for questioning south of here near the Junctionof TOTAL, LI A BIUT1ES(

transportation for any distance was the O TOTAL ____________ 72,433.50 by the Jury, court at the Brooker road. No one was (not a tad including 0 bJigallo nubordl.n
stage-coach, operating on a once or twice- Labor Will Likely CooperateIn Race Track Fund taches said.Although. badly injured. However, Mrs. A. shown below) .U'nr

a-week schedule, weather and roads per- Huge Defense Plan Amount Payable to only 18, Peterson was L. Alkens, of Lakeland suffered Capital CA-PlT.- \L -
Board of Public Instruction married. Funeral services were minor cuts, Mrs. G. D. Garrett, Surplus .---
tting. The Government does not '-
anticipate ._._______$17,200.00 held for him Tuesday, July 9, of Jacksonville, received a Undivided and profits r.tirom.nl---
One would patiently await its arrival any serious industrial disputes leading to' at two o'clock In the afternoonat sprained shoulder, and Mrs. Gar- Reserve account ( for prelerrocl

for- hours, or days, whiling away the time a tie-up of work in the industries carryingout I TOTAL ____??.______ 17,200.00 the Seashole Funeral Parlors rett's two children had, slight capital) -.

ash best he could. Then, when finally on the national defense program, accordingto IT WAS THEREFORE RESOLVED Riverside In Jacksonville. Burial was In scratches and bruises. No others TOTAL COUNTS CAPITAL Ar..
Memorial were in
Cemetery car. Alken'a
th.JI way, one could generally depend on live an announcement made on June 19, 1940, that the Clerk of the Besides his widow, Peterson- husband runs a garage In Lake- TOT A L CAPITALIf'J.TA

ho>-.epower to make his destination, but at by Secretary of Labor Perkins. This pre Circuit Court be directed to have is survived by his mother Mrs. land; he sent his own wrecker up Th COUNTS ban k'R capital iW";:
the foregoing estimates as made Nettle Peterson of Jacksonville from there to take its of 250 .hare' 01
a comparatively leisurely pace, yet one diction, she said, was based on the observa- by the Board of'County Commissioners home. the car back common al s t o c k SI will,.
diiaiii fret about it. tions and conferences which officials of the published Clay total oooTdo par value
in a newspaperin County REA
Now what happens? If you miss a Conciliation Service have had with both the Rotary Club sIINOaltpt,pl.d. .
County by one Insertion; Allotted Meeting (b) Other as.ets and
single: section of a revolving door, up goes employers and labor. and a copy thereof, properly certified $137,000The The I othercu llabtiitler', 'IIn.'?
J lur temperature! Then you get into the Secretary Perkins said there was a forwarded to the Comp. Clay County Electric Co- gram Wednesday Club was luncheon presented pro- cludlnir rediscounted note and W

.f .o.iJy ear, are held up a couple of minutes general disposition of both to get the work I troller of the State of Florida.IT operative Association received a by C. H. Nasworthy. Mr. Nas- I
supplementary TOTAL
hy a.red light and zowie! You grip the done well)) and quickly, and to settle possible WAS FURTHER ORDERED 000 to provide allotment for of $137- worthy had as guest speaker F. ----

at. Bring wheel until your knuckles turn disputes promptly without stoppage of ;by the Board that a meeting will 166 miles of power an lines additional Mr.B. Trembeth of Jacksonville and (pledgedsassere4pur duant,LTOTAL ,
be held September 2nd., A. D. Trembeth spoke at length on to retulremnif ___
i white you bare your teeth, and Heaven work. "Many local unions and employers are 1940 at which time a permanent I 128 miles in Bradford the work of the American Rescue -

hefp+ the poor pedestrain! Fortunately, communicating with the Secretary to the Budget will be adopted for the ,I week.County, it was learned here this Workers' Home in Gainesville, explaining -

'c yoa're usually able 'to subdue this murder effect that there will not be disruption of I Fiscal :year beginning October 1, I The Information was the Home's operation and (a required) On date legal'">I 'eporearn'' inn
1940 and ending September contained service. Also S. H. deposit .
] OUS' impulse, but occasionally there are the output of manufactured products vitalto in a message from Congressman Andrus of Jacksonville present ,was also con against bank was '

those who don't. Right there's where many the' national defense and that all questions 1941.There being no further business happy Lex Green to advise, and that stated: "I am nected with the American Rescue (b which) {were oeUgfblep'legal amounl"' ;

accidents start. Off you go, bullying other and problems between employers and the Board adjourned.L tor Slattery has Just signed Administra auth- Workers. to "reserve' .p..*."

t drivers right and left and daring all who the unions which they are unable to settle A. J. Thomas, L. Conner Clerk., Chairman. orization for supplement alloca- Dr. O. the'above I W --8.named gewelL' bank,,d.t Ia,
tion of P. Likins DiedThe above
threaten your "right" to both sides of the by themselves will be submitted to the Con Clay 14$137,000 at for REA project true swear and that that the II tull'taw
road. ciliation Service of the Labor Departmentfor 1,000 Plain Tags SoldSo This allocation provides Heights for many friends here of Mrs. ectfy I several represent natter. 'oh.
ad- the
Remember how the settlement Perkins ditional 166 miles Orion P, Llkins. sister of the late alned and set forlh 111I,
of b
angry you were Secretary said. ( lines>. The J-
L. .. ECorrect
far this year 1,000 of the following Frazee and often a visitor my knowl U aN B- <
time followed an old "jalopy" hill She predicted that most that counties are included: here
you up a disputes plain" automobile license tags Bradford 12.8 will regret to learn of the ,
miles. eojJ vr46L
f at miles hour? It for the standard automobiles Clay n.53 death. of her .
three an probably caused may arise will be settled through methodsof have mUe, Putnam It.8 miles husband Dr. Orion w' >
in time of been sold in Bradford County, 19.15 miles Union p. Llkins Saturday morning of \ AfSTATE RCC3M' BAI l
yon a delay driving fully 30 sec collective bargaining. In case of in- Tax Collector Columbia 50.3 miles, last
A. week
Knight In In a
Alachua Jacksonville )
leada_ And remember that poor chap aheadof ability to settle disputes by negotiation, the charge of Tag sales In the county, miles and 53.2 Marion miles 1.7 Levy 26 following a short Illness.hospital -: COUNTY OR of FRRAU "I R"

you who killed his engine and made you facilities of the Conciliation Service will stated yesterday. "Never before The cOst permile miles. Dr. Likins was 72 years of age. Sworn to anme or.ub'Jou'
-wa the light You couldn't have helped then be used, she said. In the history of the" county have power lines Is approximately establishing Funeral services were held TUes- this 5'h director day tnai si'f't''sofficernor
so many been sold he said. $100. day In Jacksonville and Interment
Ul.! Clef''tI
was In Oaklawn A. S. THO ,
Cemetery. Bralifurd
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