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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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'" The Ilome of The. Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven -


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nd Issue Clearing Camp Area- Near-" : ., Black Creek, Council Restricts Uncle Sam Will Start

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.. .' Buildings At Camp Soon


New River Of Town


Citizens Of District .$2,500 Minimum Work Progresses On Sewage Plant Major Larson

Must Decide Set On New Home --' ...

New School Question' I Construction In Area .. Here To Supervise


,3ldents of the New River The City Council at the Tuesday 4rr

hoot district will\ vote Sept.on I night meeting' in the mtnlcl- J Government
WorkCol.
pal building passed a restricting
$2.750 bond Issue for H 4 ,'M
a E4 M
,ordinance prohibiting the construction -
and furg -
,ulpose of building i : of businesses or the construction Schumacher
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a new school building. of residences costing
Says $10,000,000 a
meanwhile work Is goingon less than $2,500 in; many sectionsof '
e
the structure, which The east side of Kingsley Lake Is taking on a vastly changed Starke not already IncludedIn May lie Spent

started about three weeks appearance as two convict crews working from opposite ends, previous ordinances of a similar Uncle Sam doesn't go off "halfcocked' -
nature. Mayor W E. Mld-,
clear underbrush along the waterfront These
men are workingnear *
I dleton is expected'to slgn.the or- I when he contemplates
Black Creek.
Another crew is
clearing ground the
made neces- near dinance into law when he upending
bond Issue was old Sundell place. today I $10,000,000 In good
because there was not sutt I returns from a vacation trip in I round numbers.

money In the district fund Geoi'gia. I I At the present time the Government -

,y the sponsor's share 0 f Another Wreck The new measure is "an ordinance I Is making a thoroughtopographical j
chool building as a WPA Real Estate restricting the use of I survey of the 119- i'

-l t. Rather than have the On 28 OverpassLast property abutting on the streets 000-acre Camp Blanding area y'

baited, residents of New hereinafter described to residential '. near Starke to determine the

presented a petition to the Continues ActivePlans Friday night, around mid- purposes only and providingthat most practical layout for buildings

I Board on August 26th re- night, nine young people from no building permits shall be Shown above are frames to be used In pouring concrete walls tent areas, firing ranges and ;!

ting, an election to decide the For. Homes four sections of Bradford County, issued thereon by the City of for the three-compartment septic tank at Camp Standing's huge other units of the recently announced ..

r. were going to Keystone Heights Starke for an amount less than disposal plant. Situated some distance away from the main construction program. lla #

lengthy consideration, the And Other BuildingsAre 2500." After, the) title was read building. of the Camp, just this side of the branch of Black Major Leander Larson, construction

members announced that Made Rapidly in a 1940 Chevrolet. They had three times by the chairman, W. Creek that flows from Kingsley Lake, the plant will provide quartermaster with the ;
within the been to a birthday party In M. Edwards, the ordinance was '
bond Issue was adequate facilities to take care of 3,000 men. regular Army, arrived here last
tlons provided by the con- Construction and real estate Hampton, and were taking one unanimously passed, and stated: week to direct the Government's

lion and laws of Florida, transactions maintained their I girl back home. To get there' "That after the passage of this I --- ,- -- --:-y share of the development. HIli'
I investigation showed asses- steady pace here this week with they had to ride over the over ordinance it shall be unlawful to work will be carried on In con I

Valuation of property In the I the announcement o f several pass just this side of Keystone use any of the property abutting City Election junction with the 'state quartert t

let amounting to 32301.00, 'property sales, new house con- Heights. upon the streets hereinafter 5 master who will continue to sup11

that there was no existing struction jobs, and remodeling.In Going, they made it all right; named and described for any pur- ervise the original plans for

tedness.the the past few months the Items']I I coming back something happened.Just pose other than residential purposes Next TuesdayEverything BUndlng when It was designed'
have mounted to boom j reached the of and that no building permit National
j Issue Is carded, bonds. proportioNS as they top as a Guard summer J
I be In the denomination of In Starke. { the overpass, a tire blew out, and I shall be' Issued to, any person, training area,
PointsTo
and will bear the date of The old Daugherty home at the the car swerved dizzily from side j firm, or corporation to build any e t Sri I Lt.-Col. G. H. Schumacher ?'

>er 1, 1940( and will bear corner of Cherry and Jefferson to side, post to pout, each time building on said property except Quiet Time; construction engineer: for the U.

81: at the rate of 6 percent. Streets near the ice plant was threatening to clear the road. As said building shall be a residenceof No Big IssuesOne 14 !N4 ruA S. Army, who accompanied Major
will be payable as follows: sold last week to Melvin Futch of it neared the bottom of the incline the value of at last $2,500.: Larson here last week, estimated

principal in each of the Lawtey, Joe E. Wilson, former It tripped Itself, overturned said streets ,being more specifically of the quietest city elections that Uncle Sam will spend

i 1943 to 1953., owner of the property said, Wednesday steadily the rest of the way. described as follows: in the history of Starke er cr roughly $10,000,000 to turn Bland. rIng

i election will be held at M.bas' Workers are busily en- '!hen It lay still, its engine west"Eighth to Street limits from(the B. H. S. will take place next Tuesday, into one of the country's
gaged In remodeling the old full of Florida sand, its top and city unpaved 1 1rdx major training centers.He .
store at New River. O. soutl ,of the school, September 10. Unless some heated
house this week and the building sides mashed in, five hysterical street just } : stated that competitive bids
ndrews will serve as clerk, climbed west past Mrs.;, Noble White's .issues arise In the few days remaining for the
I \Inspectors 'will be E. C. permit issued by the city revealed girls, four unnerved boys { new construction will be
residence ,
that $1,200 is to be spent unhurt out the shattered windows.A ) before time to vote, It In Y advertised for immediately after
Mizell t
0 a. and H. L.
for reconditioning. The house few Ing-but-mlnor cuts "Washington Street j from< Wal- likely that many qualified voters a j"5. j l t tII the topographical survey la corn- l

will be used .for rental purposes, many bruises, much nerveshockwas nut ,Street west' to .city limits won't bother to to the poll.: plated-perhaps In another week. ?
Nul'lle'''Cpt 'Off it. was said.. all that resulted from the (from Mrs: p. E. Canov,*, Sr., go After the 15-day period required 1.. ,
\ "" accident. residence on west,past the:Hv A. Neither of the candidates for I for advertising, contracts for the f
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I*.9fil! tRd19 discontinue. Mr. and gals., TwK McClane
{ -W. Pv Smith N. D.
&- mayor or '
s of the county 'nurse : ,'JMi ehftwtd, ..lhre...lots at In..the cjuvwere:' Bill Hodges, Bishop home), > -' Walnwrlght, Jr.- -a !.ma Immense! project will be let and j-,
I'I'Mtnda disposedto
September'' because ofT the corner.o'f.) .."Grand .Street' and Brooker, who was driving; Odell. "Tenth Street', from Temple take to thusttimp. and If their work' wilt., egln.,U was stated. 1,
finances. Road 48 from George F. Scott. Doris,, and Albertu Hinson, and (Road 13) Avenue west to city platforms contain In the meanwhile there) la''still "
Brown of Sam limits (S. R. Johns Jr., residence any planks, doubt as to when troops will actually -
e Board will discontinueg I These lots are north of the P. 'E.I Claudie Hampton; they must ,have long since been
a barn owned by F. A. .I Canova Jr., residence. Simpson, Merle Hall, Starke; wrest along Road 48). eaten away by termites. A study In black and white: be placed In training at ,
which Clerk of the Court A. ,J. Douglas and E 1 d o n Harding, "Eleventh Street from Temple Negro laborer smooths out a Blandlng. No official Information
was used for school I Mr. Smith, in fact, makes no has
pile of gravel going Into the formation been received, and
Brooker. Avenue
ace, Thomas stated that a marked Increase to city limits (Mallory !
I bones about stating that he waa"drafted" of Immense filter' guesses all the from
at range
In the number of real Thomas' ,service station west), I way
e following resolution was by friends after he had the October 15 to
'estate Camp mending sewage disposal "the first of tbe
transactions has been
noticed -
rd to conform to require- Ford GarageIn "All Julian Street all Ray-. once refused to be a candidate, plant. After waste matter year." I j
: in the few weeks, judging
past mond Street all Street
Phillips ,
of the and that he Is
State Board. LocationThe not turning a has been chemically treated In the Col. Schumacher
New
"If
stated
number of
from the large
all
Main Street, all Grand Street :
B the event hand to insure his success at the septic tanks, It la filtered through ,
that bus they arrive before
facilities
any papers filed In his office for re- north to Eleventh Street, all Lake our
es overloaded during the I!,cording.Mr. Ford Garage owner and Street north to Eleventh Street, polls. these beds of gravel and sand are complete, we will have to put
the driver shall settled' In Mr. Wainwright Is slightly more and thence flows Into Black I them In tents
i not trans- and Mrs. James Lewis expect employes were getting and all McMahon Stret north to on the bare ground. ?
such pupils at the corner of agresslve.' He states: "If Creek. The men nay when water It's been done "
| living within twoof to begin construction of a new quarters I Eleventh Street.. (AU of these anyone before.
the school as may be home on North Church Street Palmetto and Front Streets near I' streets are parallel north, and asks me., I tell them I want the emerges at the far end of the Essential quarters for the two

ary to relieve the over- immediately south of the City the depot this week. J.: W. south streets in the northwest job." tank it will be pure enough to divisions, expected, to be placedIn

condition provided that Park in the near future. Andrews. Jr., Ford dealer here, part of town and, with Eighth, Not a public cheep has been drink. However, It remains to be the area, will come first In

pupils living nearest the Work is expected to begin this moved his business into the new Washington, Tenth and Eleventh heard from the four candidatesfor seen If they will volunteer to the construction program. The

W I shall be dropped first from week on a new home for Mr. quarters Friday of last week Streets, completely zone this sec-. places on the City Council: try ItMany services of laundries, refrigeration -

Imnsportatlon list. and Mrs. A. P. Sauls, located on from the building on Thompson tion of Starke;. H.- A. Bishop, L. A, Canova. DonL. plants, etc., will probably be ?

l e morning opening time for MacMahon Street north of the Street In the downtown district "All Church Street from Nona Hoover (all incumbents) and GraduatesOff contracted for until those units +

I tarke. Lawtey, and Hampton recently completed M. C. Sweeney that he had occupied for several north to Tenth Street (from R. S. E. Sparks. To CollegeFor are erected at the camp. The ,

I la was set back 15 minutes home. Ben F. Hall is contractorfor i.years. This former Ford location F. Clark house, now occupied by Around 700 electors are quail. entire program should be finished

acb Instance so that bus the construction. has been taken ,over by the T. K. McClane Jr., to the Kings- fled to vote, but a large number four girls and nine boys by next January Col. Schumachersaid. t t'i
Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Company k
ules .
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will work out more w Lake road ." will probably say "Why bother!
ley )
for expansion of their plant who this Spring graduated from
Ibly unless something happens to It was stated that all construc-
Time
Starting This new ordinance, in con-
. uniform price was set for I here.The junction with previous ordinancesof break the monotony. Bradford High School, collegelife tion at Standing will be of the '

Itute teachers as follows: For Schools Changed new home of the Ford this kind, now protects prac- Polls open at 8 o'clock in the Is about to become a reality. "temporary military type." Tents

Pw day In the first Garage Is the building owned by tically all of the desirable resi- city hall.Veterans. Here are their names, wherethey're will have wood floors and .gram1 1 ,
school.. I instructions from George Flynn, at one time hous- and t''
IJI; $J4 per day In high Following I dential sections! of Starke from going, and what some of ing will be screened. All
' Janitor services In the School Board, Bradford High ing the Bennett Lumber Companyand Leave buildings, such as administration
the shanties and cheap houses and them, plan to work out
as careers:
'7 were ordered terminated School as well as Hampton and for the past two year used 'other mesnhalU, and recreation halls,
Uve September 1. How- Lawtey schools!, Monday began for storing school busses! duringthe from business filling enterprises.A stations. and But Park Goes On Margaret Pearce and Jean will be wooden. t

upon examination: of fi- morning study sessions at ten4 summer months. I Davis,will be in Tallahassee Sun.

to the various districts It minutes before nine o'clock. "Our new quarters are smaller I committee from the board of "Gold Head Branch State ParkIs day, September 8, at the State New Instructor I
found that This was done to allow school than the former ones." Mr. Andrews directors of the Starke Chamber I enjoying great popularity these
one Janitor could for Women fotr6eginningof :
College ,
(red at Starke buses additional time to make stated, "but are more suitably of Commerce, composed of N. I days, and the moving of the veterans' Hired For Band t
Y at a and one at their rounds, gather the children I constructed for our line of"Sternberg V. S. St. John, E. L. camp from the area will Freshman Week. Respectively,
monthly
ding $30. salary not and deliver them to school In business." Mr.Andrews registered Matthews, Mrs. Evelyn Stephens., I not affect the status of the park' they will major In: Home Economics A. W. Bates band Instructorat

Was such manner that no child would I only one complaint about the and Mrs. Olive Rumpel, were before as a pleasure ground In any way." and Journalism the State Prison Farm near
decided
n bus route that the Roy be picked-up before 6:30: o'clockA. new location. "We're In sort of an the council. They requestedthe ,Thla statement was made Tuesday L. M. Galnes, Arch Thomas, here, has been hired as band
[ at Brooker will the state location he city to contribute $15 per by I* R. Bodle, park foreman Instructor at Bradford High,
I'a as M. It Is against out of the way now, Jr., Lucian Connor, Emmett Per-
originally let. since to be on month during September and October In a discussion of summer School. Dr. W. E.
Board is law to require children stated, "and for that reason we ryman Frank Robinson, III, and Mlddleton.
mileage unable to pay for school buses before 6:30( o'clockIn will be glad to call for and deliver -I towards the support of the activities at Gold Head Branch Harold Bishop will be freshmen County School Superintendent, announced b

the morning. automobiles to be repairedIf Chamber. This request was near Starke. at Emory-at-Oxford University In, this week.

Request City Patrol Bradford High school during the owner will just telephoneus. unanimously granted. I Around 200 war veterans, who Georgia. Their school begins, for The School Board officially ;

request was made of the August, and last year, began theday's Ours Is that same old num- The council agreed to permitthe 'I had occupied the CCC Camp on them September 18--Freshman hired Bates at its meeting last
of Starke activities at 8:35: o'clock ber, 118" he added. W. P. A. sewing room here the park grounds for the pact' Week. Respectively, their plans. week at a salary of $25 per
to furnish of the Starke Airport clubhouse
tlllsn a each morning. The new schedulewill use several years, were transferredto are: Law, Pre-MedIcal Agriculture month. However, the band Instructor -
for the highway In allow all children 15 addi- Rotarians Favor if neceswary. The Alder- a camp near Sarasota! two I undecided, Pre-Medical, and will come to (the school
of B. H. S. This action tional minutes each morning in men also made plans to rent the weeks ago. Although work on i electrical Engineering At end here only twice weekly, on Mon.

deemed necessary because which to arrive at school School Aid To EnglandAn county grading machine to touch- the park is still Incomplete, It of the first week they will be I day and Wednesdays at 3:10 P.

lh, high rate of hours will not be increased eitherat up the city's dirt streets. is believed that the governmenthas joined by another Starke boy, M., to give lessons
speed at and
* traffic noon or la the afternoon to open forum and straw ballot After approving paying future plans) for the camp, N. T. Rltch. who will bit a junior During August Miss\ Marjorie

e, passes through compensate for the later opening held at the Rotary Club current bills, the council ad- either for use in military train- this year, and will continue his Stump has been In charge of the>

e and because "the policing: hour, and the additional time, meeting here Wednesday disclosedtwo journed., Ing in conjunction with Camp pre-i enltalry studies. B. H. S. Band instruction which
streets Is a function ofand Starke school families facts: future CCC
especially for Standing or as a this la almost
composed
city' Marian Dowling and Elizabeth year entirely -
Y of is necessary! for the should add greatly to their 1. The club 'endorsed 100 per- Plumbing Partnership Camp. All buildings used by the of new members, a majority .
Plummer will enter nurne's training
! the children attending and breakfast convenience -I Roosevelt's actionin veterans are being left Intact.I I -
r','l|J. rising hour cent President and Vasco For- of the Instrumental! students
J. C. Smith
Board members stated as well as cut tardinessat sending 50 U. S. destroyers to at Jacksonville's Riverside having graduated last
GUe they, were without' funds toil school In the mornings to a the aid of England. : syth this week announced their Rent Jacobs' Home Hospital, September 15. spring.
traffic association in a plumbing part- ,
regulation at the minimum. Milo and Leland Sponholtz will
I. members will almost
2. Club
Smith and For-
t'h.They said- "It ta possible Roosevelt in : nership known as Major and Mrs. Leander Lar- be among the Freshmen enteringthe
unanimously support 30 New Butcher
I I with
present syth. Smith over years
* cOuld I police force of New Truck Agents the November election. The vote' plumber, has been son moved this week Into the B. University of Florida at
furnish experience as a '
!ally' this service, was: Roosevelt 17, Wlllkle 3. working In and around Starke Jacob house on Madison Avenue. Gainesville, September 16. Milo The meat department of Ben)7) "
One hour before the Billy Jackson and Billy Dowl- construction would like to end up at Business ny's Grocery is now In charge of
109 Announcement of results of the for the past several years. For- Major Larson la
,, or. school during noon Ing last week accepted the Administration, but Leland Jack of Talla '
the O'Leary formerly
with regular
balloting was followed by a lively syth Is a native of Starke and for quartermaster I {
'"'dost.0' an hour after agency In Starke for the Central Industrious round-table discussion of the many years was employed by J. Army and has been sent here to I hasn't yet made up his mind.N. hassee. Mr. O'Leary Joined the

-as I Truck Lines, Inc. These two call- Presidential Issue In which each L. Simmons veteran Starke take charge of the Government's I T.'a brother Tommy, who staff of this local store as butcher n
will
agreed that teacher's young men has been In Jacksonville schools of last week. Mr. and
Monday
Blanding.
''G handled member was given the oppor- plumber. The new firm will building program at Camp -
iftJl tbe future should be i and deliver packages and tunity to express himself pro or handle all type of plumbing Jobs, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs have for the past five years will bea Mrs. O'LCary and their two chll,1,,1,1dren

Ithools school hours, and that through Central 'Truck Lines, 113. both Installation and repairs, and reserved a small part of the : .student at Emory University Larry and Jackie are livingIn ,

should take no hollo their telephone number Is con.The was In charge of are fully equipped to do satisfactory house and will build arx. addition In Atlanta lie will take a course one of the R. A. Green house 't ,

tlln1es directed by the I The from Central Key West Truck to Altanta.Line serves E. L. Matthews.program I work. which they will occupy. ( leading to an M. D. degree. on West Madison Street.' *at+





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDA1' .
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I Motor Lines Corporation for. !' ruction of Bradford County FlorIda tor

r HAMPTON Births For August approval of transfer of Certificate on .behalf of Said Special Tax next. rattl \ ,
k ; I I' School District No. 12 re$,
Nurse Releases and Key- "hall Issue. '
by Camp! tatlven't .
County .
,
By Miss Ada Nimnio In the births for August boy Llni. Lines Corporation to Florida covering Motor. bonds accordance In the with slain the. foregoing of $2,750.00 reso In lows! ,1.. h.ld 'in ':4 II,

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May are babies outdistanced the girls by rout South of State Road 4and lutions and an Hfrlbml therein. have Switlui th,., I. Ti 1,.

New Hookworm Figures the proud parents of a 9-pound two; there were seven boys, five for transfer to Silver by Florida!springs" Motor and of&Bald H. ,Sparks resolution moved which the wan adoption seconded trll.ut.t, ,,.0 i!p.,,|;.. I"", "'.1

son born. September 2. His girls: Lines (Corporation to (''''"P by J. 1-!. Moore and raid 111'h ti.IKI tl",....II'I."I; '

c. New figures showing prevalpnce of Intestinal' parasites In Bradford name is Donald Spencer May. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mann- and tlflrnte Keystone covering Lines operations of cer- resolution unanimously. wan adopted put to with a vote all metnhem and. .I"t..rlll.! .. .1."' ",*''h.1'/ 1'11'1

.. County schools have been prepared by :Mrs. Mabel Lewis, county.1 Rev. Oddle of Edgar preachedat L Gold Head Branch State Park', between !Sturke.via and Camp llreen !j 1 voting. of "Aye"said Hoard and none present> ."Nay.and" I .it'd.. '..,, x.I":, '"'' /11.1".I".

: nurse the Baptist church last Sunday. July .26 boy.. Itlanillnxr Cove Springs:! and Penney Farms, I|I E. J. LEWt 1".IPo.t Ih.i, 11. I.11.:ft&t., .\/

..' The following table offers a comparison for the years 1939 and L morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Washing Springs sn,l (for"ontra.nuprov.l... of Interline I Chairman Instruction of of The Bradford Hoard of County Public |)uuln. (''1'1.1, 'I ",'I,

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; : 1940. Mrs. J. F. Johnson Is buildIng ton Moseley-Heilbronn WITNESS' the hand. of the '""'. Florida. A .U -

July 31, girl. retnrv of the Florida RailroadCommission Attest : I tINT 1 i'.ls:": ,
a' large sun parlor. or sleep-
Green- this 30th day of August W. I!:. MIPDLETON an 'vtn.,," .. i "II'Tlr.Ini .
SiiooL<< 193J! 1910 Ing porch to her residence on I Mr. and Mrs. Purvis 1940. 'Superintendent' of Public Instruc- I";; s". I;,,,", ":" "of: 10
:'.1'4. I Ij Starke August 1. boy. | OEO. L PATTEN. tlon of Bradford County Floridaand the C'titti, ',i t, < AI
Church Street. ," .,
: : Examined 64Positive Examined 89 to lit. Ply
Hellbronn Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Starling ;,,1t Secretary; ex-offlclo Secretary of uld nit 'Ittdk loy
::. J 78 percent Positive 64.4 percent Mr. and Mrs. Audra Turner, I I Hoard IT ': ,"'. 1'1
$. Starke, August 8. boy. I I (CORPORATE SEAL> 8-30 5t 9.27 r.FOIII"\"H I : ,\ i
of Georgia were visiting here ""NOTICK OP KIECTIOI. ,
: 711
Examined 29 Examined 43
Vanderbilt Herschel Waters 1,111ThaI
Mr. and Mrs. W. R .Mlddleton.( mayor of a l..n t *tho
.I. ) Positive 62 percent Positive 74 percent last Saturday and Sunday. August 9. boy. I ILawtey. I Starke, Florida by virtue of the NOTIIl APPLICATION tlnn. 4. 1"1", .,,I I "1'tloii( '

Randal Boyd L. A. Johns Jr., George authority vested. In me by law, doherehr 'I FOR TA X UKKIINrna ot the '' Sv.i ,,
Rising Examined 26 Examined 26 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd '' ,
: cnll an election to be held ( 'r Dill :N.. 1113. FI.rld'l.' ,..
.i positive 84.a percent Positive 42 percent and Carl Brown who are enrolled Edwards Starke August 10.1 i'at I the city hull In the aforesaid i NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVEN.: ?oK'e''e t"1. '" A-'fK

.. in the CCC Camps spent the !'town by the qualified voters on That I... O. Powell, holder of Tax ;|.MT,;" '
Lawtey Examined 141 Examined 259 girl.Mr. i Tuesday September. tOth'h 1940. for I Certificate. Numbered respectively Jo'I"rldl t I ih,. .' ""
week-end with their II
_ .' .,; Positive 37.4 percent Positive 68.4 percent parents. and Mrs. Sanford R. Hicks the purpose: of .. .. follow S43 Issued the 2nd., day of July. 0 he he lii tt."'"I1 (":

: .. Marlon Sullivan. who clerks in -Brooker August 17, girl. ingofficers1 1934i: No. 214 Issued the 6th, day after i the fli'.r Lbs tlri,
Starke Ex. 17Examined 173 One Muvor. bar, l nn -"iiday: ,
: Primary I pf August 1928; and No. 510 Issued t"r,
; Positive the Miami postofflce. is spending Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Oscar Nor I Three) Aldermen. the 6th. day of September Jectlon. '"tilliati,.
S1.5 Positive 53
L- percent percent this week with his mother Mrs man-Clay Hill. August 23. boy. : Inspectors of said. election ; 3. L.Peek. 1932 hall tll1; same In my office b'ct i..n 2. ( I The
1. Brooker Examined 67 A. H. Johns and T. S. Williams. and has mad application for tax IIhal consist. I ot up,.
Positive 67 1-2 J. P. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. James Agustus deed to b.. Issued thereon. the term "v.n i;
ot
percent 2boy.. : In testimony. whereof I hereunto!' !' Said certificates J 0111.
Mrs. Hubert Priest, of Starke, Cason-Waldo. August respectively embrace uatl'111 b. >j Ix
'subscribe and cause the Y'a"
Graham, Examined 16 my name! the following described properties
.. was the guest of Mrs. I. J. Priest L Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Collins seal of the said town to be here- I In the County of Bradford by this. alwnd.nonl.. >hal b.
Positive 62 1-2 percent 24 unto affixed, this the 8th. day of (b)
this week. Brooker, August girl. I State of Florida} to-wlt: Justi..
River' Examined 25 August" A. D. 1940. SEVi of 8W44 except Ei of COUI.t shall of th.
New .
Eldon Sapp- I" elected
Mrs. Chas. M. Dennison who Mr. and Mrs. (SHAD W K. Mlddleton. Mayor. 'NWVi\ of SEV4 of 8Wi4\ Section. 25 fitl l..t.r. ,..1 tho by .
=
Positive 84.6 percent has been ill has Starke August 9. boy. Attest.Carl Twp. 6 S. Range 22 Kant, 36 acres, I tint e a". Itla ... of Nt.
quite .
many M. T. Knight Johns City Clerk.OTU'F1 more or less IH embraced, under bars of I thV 'i.' \'IU.,
_ : The last three named schools throughout the entire Intestinal I I friends here who are delighted I Mr. and Mrs. Certificate No. 343. I era! ele'I't ,",It, 'I-Intur.. "
Maxville, August 23, girl. KV\ of NW\% of SFH4! of '! "Ilratiorl oftheieupon Prey
; have not yet been examined for tract and blood stream and after I. to know that her condition is )\ OK lrHHKH APPI.HMTIOVFOH : Sec. 25. Twp. 6 S. Rang; 22 SWVi Bunt. : flc& .a. I h t.rm OJ

: this / of time Improving.Miss .... 5 Acres more or less. In embraced Ic) In I h.
I a
year. period attacks the IP ('01 HT. KMSHTII.li < "n.e mil >". KilNOTICK : ) Uu" "I"nl Ih.
: Mrs. Lewis states) that four heart and lungs. Hookworm Ophelia Bryant teacher In ''I" "i.iV" (.111cr IT OF FI.OIIlilt. -! IS HEIIKRY: 1IVRN.: under Certificate No. 214. and, {, ot t 11-. .11'"d'1 If"'
.
:
of ) Sec. 36
> FOR nl".4I>FOHIBlanche ) That K. O. Iiunonn' holder! of Tnx RVt( 8MW\ Twp. 6 S. I. Ih. dUI '
IN *M Oovrnoi ) of
l
________ _.. other parasites in addition to symptoms are: Paleness and anemia the primary grades spent the (0I'TY. Certificate No. 380, Issued. the 2nd. Range 22 East.! 80 acres more or Ju-tlce ,, (I., 1/11'1'/ OtIS

hookworms. have been found in' lack of energy. laziness I week-end with relatives and I" (''' '''.:", day of September A. n.l 193R hastiled !"lens,_ .In, n.embraced under CertificateJ I h? i f h.ld I,, T'n, 't
i .._
In IU. UlU.I 1.11 ?
same office and has
my
________ .. school children. They are: Pinworms nervousness, retarded growth friends at Jasper Jennings and. Plaintiff F. Knortle, made application' for a tax deed to I The assessment of the Bald property I vc after! :1/1'11'1.01/ ...
,
_, -,usually deriving from swelling of face and enlargement Valdosta, Ga. ..v."h.. No. be isHued thereon Said certlflrnt > under Maid certificate No. 343 194:1.: t antIelated iit I I"udo Uotl I
was In the of Mrs. h"
embraces name A. M.
the following described
dogs and cats. They live In the of abdomen In Walter Rt. Clnrf Knndle, 01 .u"c..t
extreme cases dry: property In the County of Brad. Herndon ; the assessment of the I 1142 the !"Ioal tl
lower colon. I hair pale akin yellow in color. ntte1t'oTVrBLICATIONAND ford State of Florida to-wit: said property under said certificate six to hold ) lor I
_________ HIGHLAND I Lot 114 ft.. N & M by BO ft No. 214 was In the name of Martha the years ""ghlll'l( Tu.
Round worms-found living In In extreme cases children may By Miss Beth Wlmberly NOTICE: TO DEFENDANT: R & W K of & adjoining Hlk 1, ,C. Herndon; the assessment. of (d)first The : i j,1..

__ the necum' and, as all other parasites have heart attacks convulsions tN THR: NAM 13 OF THK :STATE Temples Addition to Starke Sec the said property under said cer of the ni i.''', ,?'Ib,'
____ .. Visitors OF FLORIDA: tion 28 Township. 8 South Range tificate No 810 was In the name 11 111'1', ,
here included elected
feed from red blood celia and even death may result when; Monday TO: WAI.TJ-R ST. CLARE 22 Rast.: of II. O. Miller. t gen.riU 1'

Trichlurls small slender worm reslstence has been lowered by J. M. Mobley. J. W. Reid, C. C. KNODLK! whose. place of residence -, The assessment of the said prop Unless said Certificate shall heredeemed prcedlll the //llrOlo., !,
: Is care ot Del Mar Morris erty under the said certificate Issued according: to law the r..p..ctlvl term,
found In secum. Penetrat wall parasites sufficiently to allow Infections Cannon. Mr. Byrd and Mr. Duncan properties described therein of tt vacancy 1m"
-. Apartments., Cheltenham was In the name of Mrs. E. will he Justice' In O .
of the Intestine thus causing continuous such as colds pneumonia I of Jacksonville and Gainesville Avenue. Oermantown Philadelphia H. Smith. sold to the highest bidder at the term and' there b.w!
respectively.Mrs. Pennsylvania. Unless staid. certificate shall be Courthouse door on the first Mon thI'VT"' "."","' """' i.
fever sometimes mistaken or whooping cough to attack. You are hereby. required to appear redeemed according to law the day In the Month of October 1940 teTm.ba""' of, tl. u

for typhoid. I of the efforts of J. R. Smith of Lawtey either personally or by Attorney property described. therein will be which la the 7th.,. day of "October Section
"Regardless visited friends here Wednesday.Mrs. to the Bill of Complaint sold to the blithest bidder at the 1940.Dated 4. (al) The Supn
Ascarln-may grow to a length the teacher it is Impossible for, herein filed against. you In the' courthouse. door on the first Mon this 27th., day of August cases may hear consider aod I.
and
of 13 Inches. Live principally in Hamilton Godwin and Miss above entitled cause, on or before day In the month of October. 1940 A. D. 1940. and exercl, II| it,
J
the child with hookworms to Leila Mae Godwin of Bartow the 7th day of October, A. D. 1840 which' Is the 7th day of October. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas in which Jurlsdl.tlon M Itri"
small Intestines, where larva enters Clerk. cane
of
Law. Circuit Court of Bradford a
required by majorfty
as ,
the blood stream and I is car- learn normally in school," Mrs.Lewis visited Mrs. H. C., Wimberly and "Bradford County Telegraph" is 1940.Dated. this. 30th., day of August. I County Florida 8-30 4t 9-20 stltute members of the Court I

ned to various organs liver j stated. "Thus the child becomes family Thursday. They have hereby In deslitnated which this as Order the newspaper shallbe I 1940(OFFICIAL Thomas of business a!' quorum, or It for may Ibt ,
Sit
., heart and lungs causing Inflama- a repeater and drops out been spending several days with published_ _! ._once' __a:._week for four Clerk of (' r 11fourt'of Bradford WHEREAS.IVOTirK! Or The ELECTION Legislature of dons.Sb powers. ald jurlodlcUon I::

F tion of these parts. A lung condition of school. This child could and I relatives In Jacksonville and will County Florida. 9-6 6t 104RF"OLI'TIO" 1939 under the Constitution of 1885 The f't.t: T..__
seal '
WITNESS hand and the
resembling pneumonia may should be a valuable citizen but return home Saturday. of office at mv Starke Bradford AIVI> of six the Joint State Resolutions of Florida did nans all tm"sb- jj.i"t; i |0'?I:
I Mrs. Herman Grand and little County Florld.i. this 29th day ofAugust NOTICE OF proposing C
result. I : amendments. the
ends up being an expense to the BOM" KLKCTIO: to the Constitution of Chief Justk. ,
.,
.A. 0 U40.CIRCUIT
son Mrs. Davis and Mrs.' fliers At a the State of Florida and the .. Ing the h.r.
The hookworm attaches Itself state and county." ( COUKT SKAT.) Special meeting of The .amew..re call i ,.
I Board of Public agreed to by vote of thereof l'
and son of Jacksonville were A. J. Thomas., Instruction of a three- as associate
I Bradford fifths of all the In '
members place
County of
Florida duly elected any
visiting friends here Wednesday.E. I (Clerk of the Circuit Florida.Court of Bradford called. and held on August 26th., to each house; that the votes on or disabled ab.'ht ill"
6t 9-27
County 8-30
I NEW RIVER Cronby.' I L. Stephens of Ocala wasa 1940, and at which meeting there. said Joint Resolutions were entered m"n' to a division but lo n. ,

By Mrx. O. B.; Crosby I Mrs. W. C. Ward and children I was. present E.: J. Lewis. chairman. upon their respective Journals shall Include more than at.
business visitor here Friday.Mr. IVOTICK OP KI.KCT1OV J. K. Moore and S E. Sparks with the yeas. and nays thereon, Judge. A dlvlxlun shall ,

Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mary Ella Luclle, Joyce and and Mrs. B. F. Jackson To the Sheriff of Hrnrtford members and W. E. Mlddleton and they did determine and direct thipe members 01 ms, i e,,,
Robert. and Miss Novls Sapp attended County, of the State of Florida: County Superintendent. of Public that the said Joint Resolutions be elusive of the Chin itt
j children and Miss Arauia Crosbyof made a trip to Mayo Friday. Be it Known That 1 .H. A. Instruction. and ex-offlclo Secre I submitted to the electors of the the Judgment of a dim .
I church in Lake City Sun- Carson M. Grlffls attendedthe ORAY, Secretary of State. of the tary of said. Hoard the following" I' State at the!' leneral Election In curred In bv the ('111sf Ju""
Sunny Brook Farm were dinner State of Florida do hereby give among" other proceedings, were November 1940. be the Judgment: : of the I Co.
day.We big rodeo at Orange Park on notice that aORfCltl. had to-wlt: NOW. THEREFORE I, R. A. less such lane InviiKn,
guests of Mr., and Mrs. Doc. are sorry to learn that Albert Labor Day. KI.M'TIOV J. If. Moore presented the tol. ORA Y. Secretary of State of the punishment or ((2)) 'the {iii dfu

Moody had the misfortuneof Will be held In Bradford County lowing resolution. to-wlt: State of Florida, do hereby give tlon of a State or Fri
Edwards of Starke Mr.
Sunday. and Mrs. Henry Carter of t
State of
Florida. .
on Tuesday next WHEREAS, at a meeting of notice that aft stltutlonal <|Ui.Mloii: whti"
Our entire community was having his car stolen and 'Maxville were visitors here Tues succeeding. the first. Monday In The Board of Public Instruction UN F.IIAI. ELECTION be brought Into controlconstitutionality ""
I. burned Saturday :night while in November. A. D 1940 the saidTuriditr of Bradford County Florida duly will be held In each county In of a Fed
hocked and saddened by the being the ____ ___. .. held Florida
_ Lake Butler. day.Miss on August 26. 1940. there was on Tuesday next succeeding State statute, rule.I reFit
tragic death of Mrs. Elva Hodges Virgie Griff was a FIFTH I) 1V 0..' ftOVRMIIKlt presented. a petition signed by the first Monday In November municipal orulnanie, ,, or 1 :
Mrs. J. L.. Johns Mrs. O. K. visitor to For United State. Senator from the more than 25 percent of the Quail. A. D. 1940 the said Tuesday being be dissent to the propo,
Norwood of Auburndale which Lawtey Saturday.Mr. /State; of .
for .
Florida a term of fied electors who are freeholders ment of a division i
_ occurred last week while she and Crosby and children. Doris Sherman and Mrs. Oscar McCor- six years from Jan. 8. 1941. residingwithin the territory known theFIFTH I)AY OP NOVEMBER i thereof or the Chief: 11r1:

her husband and Beverly "Jo" were bust- mlck Miss Joey McCormick and For leven (7) Presidential Elec. and designated. as Special Tax for the ratification or rejection of ordered by the J
were on a fishing: tors. School District No. the said Joint Resolutions be ,
I ness visitors in Lake Butler and 12 of Brad proposIng conHldereo by two 1,1
trip near their home at Auburn- Ray McCormick spent Saturday For one Representative. of the, ford County Florida petitioning amendments to the Constitution I alal reoulnslderatlon !
Starke Saturday afternoon. Second Congressional. District I this Board to of the s' of
nte
here with F. M. call an election to Florida vI.:
Crews
dale. Mrs. Norwood and dlvl.II.
_. was well Shorty Shedd of Gainesville was of the State of Florida In the, determine whether said School A JOINT HKHOLUTION\ Propos- Chief Justice
known here, having made her family.C. Seventy-Seventh. Congress of I District shall Issue. bonds In the ing the Amendment of Section 2 (0) The Chief Juirlcf I

_ home here"'during1 her early life. Sunday the guest'Ot'MIss night. Betty' Crosby R. Scott spent the weekendIn J''I the Oovernor United. of StatesFor the. State of of sum building of f 3,750, .00 and for furnishing the purpose a Abolishing of Article IX Ad'of Valorem the Constitution Taxation the chief Court admlnlvtratitithe and rfttfpoMibl<01

__ She was the daughter of the late Ocala.C. Florida. school house within said district for State Purposes. dispatch of bunlnpH aol
:Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hodges. She Misses Melba Moody, Betty R. Scott and Jean Came'ronwere For of Secretary Florida.of State of the State' t for the exclusive use of the public RE IT RESOLVED: BY THE LEG Ing consistent. declnloni' ;
and Doris Crosby attended the free schools In said district and ISLATURE: OK THE STATE OF not be required to cumin'
_ leaves four sisters besides her Jubilee Hillbillies business visitors to Valdosta For Attorney General. of the State this Board,, having duly determined FLORIDA: That the following cord of a cause but may i"

husband to mourn her passing.Mrs. program at Thursday. For of Florida. that said. petition la signed by amendment to Section 2 of Article conclusions of fact found I I
Lawtey Friday night. Florida.Comptroller of the State of more than 25 percent of the quail. IX of the Constitution of the State vision and state. In the (0"acconpanylng "
Norwood was laid to rest fled electors who are freeholders of Florida. relating to taxation atalementupon '
in the New River cemetery Thurs Mr. Warren J. Dobbs of Pa- THERESSA For Florida.'rre.eIrer of the State of residing in said Special Tax School and abolishing ad valorem taxes the law no staledcussed
-- latka was visiting Melba I District No. 12 for State .
and and
Moody having duly purposes, be. and the
day afternoon beneath a profusion Sunday afternoon. By Mrs. A. L. SullivanMr. For Superintendent of Public Instruction considered said petition and the same. Is hereby agreed to. and fact but In I. applral.

of beautiful flowers which ida. of the State of Flor. matters. appearing therein and shall be submitted to the electors vision between thoM I,

were given to show the and Mrs. Oliver For Commissioner. of I finding that said petition Is suf of the State at the General Election properly considering > .
last LEADS IN Kemple-
CONSTRUCTION; Agriculture" ficient and In all respects. in full of Representatives. In 1940. for shall examine the record a
of ap
respect to the one who was liked Miami, Southeast Florida John and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan arrived For Two the Justices State. of of Florida. compliance with law. and further proval or rejection : that is to say, tlclpate therein ai other

by all who knew her. Mrs. Nor- again leads the state in hotel. apartment here Thursday. They were For.Court One of the State the of Florida./Supreme; 'I I the finding taxable that property the assessed of such value district of- IX that be the amended said Section so a. 2 to of read Article as In unable the event to act the for Chief any Je c.

wood was a member of the and restaurant construction on their way home to Miami from I the State Railroad of Commissioner of according to the last assess follows: .' Justice longest In contln,
Florida.
Church of Christ. according to Hotel Commls-l I Hendersonville, N. C., where they I For State Senator for Fifteenth ment. for Is State and County purposes provide Section 2. The Legislature shall vice and able to art .hlll
I $132,301 and further for raising revenue suffi stead with like effectA
Miss Arsula Crosby of Sunny sloner W. M. Taylor. Permits for had spent: a two-weeks' vacation.Mr. of Senatorial Florida.District of the State finding that the existing Indebtedness cient to defray the expenses of the -

_ Brook Farm spent the week-end July in thla area totalled $2- and Mrs. P. C. Mabry of For One Member of the House of Is to of.say said there.district Is Is $00.00 (.that tions State for Including State appropria JOINT KESOLUTIO!

_____________ here I Jacksonville Representatives of no such existing the benefit of the uniform I
__ with her cousin. Miss Betty 240.770. spent Labor Day Florida. the :State of Indebtedness). and that the amount system of free public schools Ing to Amend Pwtion I

here. with Mrs. Mabrv's father For County Judge. of I .bonds..... ._ so. _proposed.. .. to be Issued I provided. In .accordance with Article of_. .the'__'..Constitution_ u."n 0 tn..of Cow
John Hall.Everett. "F'-wr- ..iii.-.n.-..... i.y; T. .ii.ii 1110 limitations. provided gtteo'I me constitution and of the ;;; onHJo
the I.'i .
FLORIDA BOY GAINS constitution and laws Institutions of higher ;
FINALS IN For Clerk of the Circuit of learning itEtOLVEP ILEGISLATI'ICE
Court.
__ Florida. and that for IT
Harris of Waldo was For County Assessor. of Taxes. bonds. the Issuance of each fiscal year and also I ('IF TUB
. NATIONAL DRIVERS CONTEST a visitor here Sunday. He was For Tax Collector. necessary.. as prayed In said petition 1"1 a ipal sufficient and Interest sum to pay the princ :' : ThaI sw"
of
For County the existing Ind..bt..dnesa
Sunerlntendent of Artlc''s'o'f'fiie Con.Ulull'
accompanied home by Mrs. Harris lic Instruction.. Pub BK IT RESOLVED by this The of the State; but after nit!

and children who had been spend For Five County Commissioners.= the Board of Public Instruction for December Slst A. D. 1940. no levy State of Florida .
: County of Bradfoiil or ad valorem. County Com"I..looe" b
For Three ; state of taxes
real
Members upon
r.'w of the or
ing several days with County Florida. that It exjedlent Is. hereby
- ... her mother, Board of Public Instruction. for Is and personal property! except Intangible same tosubmitted and
Mrs. For the best Interest of said Special property shall be amended Is agreed
p- Lydia Hall. Justice of the Pea..e.ln and for Tax made for any the eteClO0
School District State to
,' .. -* the following Justice Districts No. 12 of Brad purpose whatsoever. ; and Sec ot t the
Miss ford
Ruth Zelgler visited her County tion State of Florida
Florida 8
r of
% A vim: that this I Article XII be, and the ,
a t-- 4 sister Mrs. R. C. Dampier Thurs- No. r. I do Hoard Issue.on behalf of said district same U hereby repealed.A election of R"pr..eololj
; d <" In Testimony. and sell bonds In the "
Whereof I
day. She have ssaofsS
A was accompanied home amount of (2,710.00 for
.: t '- hereunto set my hand and sf.. 1, a" stated In said the purposeat JOINT RESOLUTION I ,
by Mrs. Dampier who Is visiting fixed the Great I petition >OV6 Proposing .
I Seal of the referred an
F .' k ; Stat. to. and. Amendment to Article XVI of JOWl:
her parents here. of Florida at BE IT the Constitution 5. That thereIn
FURTHER I of Florida Adding Section
Mr. M. Z. Sullivan of Miami of the August.Capital I. A.this r. >. Tallah..II..e.1 I that said. bonds. shall RESOLVED be In the ,, Thereto an Additional- Section Permitting each of the Cou shall,Wsloner's "
denomination of the Creation of district. al
was a visitor here over the weekend .... .. n. bear date of October let 1940 with sion Empowered! to Orant Paroles law from time to tl'

: returning to Miami Monday.Mrs. To HON. A.. O. ANDRKir. interest. thereon (and provided by or Conditional Releases. or Proba county a Comml. iloii.rbe lU0t!'
Sheriff I said lion (
., '-X '* 'l ________ Bradford County bonds without attaching interest of Prisoners or Persons With elected by the

4_ *______ Carl Edwards of Lawteywas 9.4 9t 1-1 '' coupons thereto) at the rate Criminal Offenses Under Supervi ,I os of said caunty.at'f' '

a visitor here recently. of 8, >er. cent per annum, payable sion. place of voting ifor t ti
; Miss Iris TO -WHOM IT MV ('O%('..II I 'I on -h.vs day ot April and the UK: IT RESOLVED BY THE I officers. and 8null. hold .
of
Padgett Jacksonville TMcR : ht I.F.OHH.ATITRN provi'frthat '
's NOTICE THAT a 1935 October ot each 010' THE STATE four y..arM. .
visited her mother Mrs. Ford ( %nRlne No. U-170713 I and such (onds. to become due year and 01- FLORIDA: i the (ounlY e.m.ele..ted .1
hearing 1940 Motor Vehicle Tag' payable all follows 1 : Section 1. That the following In the "oneral
Andrews last
week. No. 2-12357. with an anpralsnd. I I 125000 1 principal (that Is to amendment. to Article XVI of the 1940. from the even numb,
L Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardee value. of less. than 1000. was one of said bonds. ) In each say of Constitution of the State of Florida trl..tll shall serve. for adddistricts I'.

Henry Hardee and seised In Bradford County Florida. the years 1943 to 1953, both In- relating" to Miscellaneous Provisions and those from lh ,I'
Sullivan
Percy August 24. ) by for
194 for being used In clll..lv. on October. 1st In .ddlnl thereto an additional shall *
were visitors to Jacksonville Sun the violation of Section 9. Chapter of ..*,d."ar". : both principal each and be known as Section 32 and thereaftei the lorm';
moi. Laws of Florida. 1919.! : and interest. payable at of said Article XVI 'M po..rand
day night. Florida specifically ap four years
tat It 'I. the Intention. of at Starke stark. Hank plicable to the 01Commissioner IU"
Thos. Fla. creation of Com compensation
Mrs. H. D. May who has been l.on"" Director.. State Beverage BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: mission authorized to grant a paroles !> ': b. p

visiting her son. Roscoe n..partm..nt of Florida. Tallahassee that an election b.. and the or conditional releases or probation by law."
May. at
"'lor 101... to sell the is hereby same of
called prisoners '
New Orleans. La., returned Sat described. at public property sale. In ahov"l L. Johns store New to he River held at M. hereby agreed under to and supervision shall be subml Is. A JOINT -,.:! ;
of 10'101'10111.
I urday. She was accompanied Ida.the I'ourt! 1(011cc. Stark, on the 30th day ot Septeniber A. t ted to the electors of the State ing" to m.nd .
.
at toOO I)
: A. :\I. 19tO. of
on .' to Florida
home by Mr. and 1940. ** 9> honsi. determine Whether. said for ratification or re IX ot the con.Wuto.' ItO'tion
Lv : Mrs. May who IIh..1I jection ..
4 be at the
; I..ue" next General Election ot Florld'l'
The 'I a. herein
spent the week-end returning to of Florida State leverage. Department'. described .od that at such deetion to"be held In 1910 as follows: ot C..rttl .r"pOO
New Orleans I ject reserves the right to re. the question to be uhmlUed Section 32. The Legislature may ;I Taxation: I,
Monday.Mr. and shall :
any all bids. h. "I-'r 1Iond. Parole nyi4oivEPLEtIIST.ATT'l :
anti cr."t. Commission Iti'l 11'
All persons I Bonls. Against Q empowered F
and Mrs. Roy Dennison claiming any right 01'1 and to grant paroles I' (
or con. I
I and children of Gainesville visited any Interest i.rt In thereof or to si.Id are property or that In\there IT! rL'RTMGR RESOLVED official Iitln'1 releases' or probation under I, OFArti4Id.( J:of t the "tO"'I"" "
: __ hereby supervision IX
re- .bS are to

I relatives. and here,Mrs.Sunday.Mr. Crosby I 1'111lr..d fr.claims...... 'h.. ..to within....appear.._ _,0 thirty_. and_ .'-_make(3U_ day.such I I' t ing polntet, VW"and designated;.:,, "!. such. the hereby:el.followff .<.tlon ap.. persons t"n".,". and charged may with.Provide_criminal prisoners. for_ the of-or I 1,I the the exemptiot Stat lt .'Itrldo. ., .. :In.I
Floyd .: nilflllflnntl.m --
.n.n U "
-niw on" *
i iirnc plinilfa" ... .. L > taxatIon
a.... .".,...........-"cue_ U"' S ;::!unny HrOOk I tlnn oftPj. ,. notice as provided for* and H. I.-. Johns- ""and-' I>lIxeli ; Ing, mcer'' from ''"""nd.d. anil".
U. hereby I
Farm visited Mr. and Mrs. C. of by I of
!
V Sullivan Sunday. Heye-mire l>epurtment.1939. to of the Florida State at be whom dilly qualified are hereby.. th..r..tor.determined "the' which discretion shall of be the wholly within" ted to the at elf th''1010"' tti'I"'

Miss Sylvia Mllliken of OcalaIs rights TallahusBee and ,interest Florida. 'In or all such 1!I that"K th"IT KfRTIIBK. : RESOLVED A Legislature. ton Florida to be heW fit,"o' JBJ,the,,, J ,
and _
JOINT
__ tn saw Secretary : I ih
ot RESOLUTION
after VatKvemher "
sail Pro ,
Property shall h. U""rd, po"
spending this week with her THO'fease and .-mlnate.I7f the anti hc hereby directed to cause tog an Amendment to Article IX of a' 19 4.1. f.

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ) State .. W. LONI). Notice foregoing ot resoiutlns and the the Constitution. the State of'' rejection. ", Ar'1Sulfl 'I,


L.three:Mr.Sullivan.and little Mrs.sons W.of T. Jacksonville Zelgler and lrt,.&. or Florida N _T r.'M.vnw 9.8 Bt 10-1. at duly after the 8t..rk.Bradford qualified apt In out Special.County newspaper to he Election Telegraph Pllhllllhed'. publl..h..d her"ln.In a to I.egisiatur Jlorld.i' Allocate' '."' R..lntnll'of Adllnrr the Authorising to State Thereto Taxation of Klorlda an Adnitlonal and the- :,I I to.amended"Suction Wit: .Sectli, sh.l"i "'Mr.hl r*.ad"I '


L TIR %O. ft%.. ,I 101" Bradford County Flor. 1 and Distribute to the
RKPOHK there Several I pat ;ntlstH.nX
spent Sunday with THK being '
Mr. and Mrs.J. F I.OKI lit R.'''._, IIl1hed In said no newspaper. pub. tain VounMe" of the State, Cer. the C
H0 '|l (.O.I..o'W Special Tax .. Now .
J. Zelgler. TO I I District School Levied and to every
So.
WHOM IT WAY ('O"l'.. n... IIcalion 12. and that such pub. Collected and to Be Hereafter son who I" a bona 1081b..pn
Mrs TAKK he hat
R. C. Dampler Miss Ruth In NOTICE that the .tollow. I consecutive for a period ot four of and Collected by the State I the State and wCr or
"
matter will Florida
Weeks
com. dlMabl..d
__ Zeigler and J. D. Grlffls! motoredto mal' up for for. r the 10th day beginning on rU1
hearing before of August IT '
RESOLVED
the Florida : said 1940. and BT THR LEO- fort un. II
Jacksonville nlOl1road Notlc. I.ATRE c".1
Monday. They Commission of the of :Special 01" THE
State b.lo. Election! I' ATE OF The ar
of
"I'm .orr,. pal.N' ltobut Ernest hayes. Fort Pierre. U telling( his don were accompanied home by Mrs. Florida l at U" sessl. belnnIng I Notice: I. Jo'I.ORtDA: That t h. following with said prop..d "

and greatest admirer. as Robert breaks the news that h. i I..* going to New Eliza Paul who is spending the ?ooi? of IOfKA Commission. M> at .the hearing Special Election hereby I. given that a I amendment l'on..lItution' to of Article the IX of the and th.returns. thereot...an V","%h.ll,' .
In hereby
the State of Florida "
York and compete in the"nation.! contest of the Ford Good Supreme Court and will be held. at called relatlnl' ,'
Driver week with the Zeigler family. BulMlnir. Talla I Store. M. I. Johns to taxation and fin. to the same provld
New
League, and that hi. pal cast make the trip. Mrs. Robert Hayes Robert' H. D. hassee Fiorid on WEONESDAY said Rlv.r. 1"lorila within ance't by adding' thereto an addl- .. all are la
May was a business I September 18. 1940. flp..lal' Tax J "" .trlcton" ..Iertuno
Section
mother looks She 1 i. School to be known Sec-
on. more fortunate she i. No. 11 District a.
:
going along .And ot
a. a said' 'I Bradford
guest visitor to Starke Tuesday.Mr. i.t. time and Place County ?r.lfvf"ald Article S '
"
of The Ford M toro Company Robert and you on the 301h Flrida l IX. author- "I J JTallahs"
won top ranking In interested day
competition parties Will' ot September Legislature JS: T tSTT1OS1
of
and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. fully h..ard. b"IKH'KBT I,). 194"") and A. ? the State I .t
with other boys of high school age from all over Florida In the Ford serihed. during.. the hours pre. ;1K Florid. to allocate and dls- the GF .
Good Drivers League stAte contest. 30000.00 In priie. in college Bcholanhipa Othma Sullivan and Miss Elsie nings NO.ami*5 William 8 Bryan .1..... elections by. at law which for holding general the Srat.J .to the several counties of and afs.d ot r.tbe .

i will be divided among the winners. Belle Geiger were visitor to d ba 1 Camp and J. Porter. qualltl"d iectora ele"Uon the l levied and certain -excise taxes now the' It.la' the
who :
Lines.. Keystone hold..r. are tr.... after' i "oUe..td and to b. here- daY 01 11
Ocala
and Silver Springs Sunday. | residing In said *.r'' .. lit .
Mall dl..trlf't by the
DOCKET by
NO. 100-1 Jl-and Florida!'whether Thy their ovo. determine I Ntat.St riorl Board "< I
? shall
ot I'ubllc In. be submitted to the SEAL I/.rW1
lectors of the Slate of Florida I-, ut 1-2







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: -BRADFORD-- < OOVNTV TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIUEI3 I




radford High School Journal /How The Draft Bill Works : t'I :I


Washington.Major provisions| Penalties: To evade the draft f':,;

I of the conscription bill passed by and assist anyone to do so, will\ ,qrr

I'J' Sl.... FRIOVY, SK1TKMBEK: :: !: 6. 1940( .... NUMBER FOUR the senate and how It would be punishable by up to five years l II'1 ;

work: |imprisonment and $10.00O fine '''I ,<"

S. Jot'RS.\L STAFF 1st Grade Visits Good Who must register and how: : or both. The cases would be r'T' ,

.Chlef Jack Halle Two StoresIn I Poems I New Equipment The Colonial Home with few exceptions, all men who heard in the federal courts rather I ,:'

Betty Green I have passed their 21st birthdayand than by military courts which ,
"The For Home EC. '
And OursBy '
ambition Dept.
Editor of a spider Is \)
Opal Peele have not reached their 31st decided World War draft cases. I "
ports Buddy Davis our "Before We Read" bookswe o' to catch the fly which files by j birthday, must register. This I Length of service One I:I,.'f-' "
ports had a picture of a toy him. The spider is wary. He In the near future, if plans I applies -I : year.
Sadie Prince store to citizens and aliens alike This could be extended \'
; indefinitely -
: work out all Marge ChrysteIn :
Ints and a grocery store. On another spins an almost invisible web! fora right, some very I
Grace Green:,' 'I domestic but aliens will not be subject to If the country became en- : '.
will colonial
N peep page we had pictures of trap. When the fly seems to looking girls be times the home wasa t
Mack Futch toys draft unless/ they have declared Raged in declared :
I war or congress
scout and groceries which were be entangled in Its folds, the seen about the school for It is place 4 '
to be
eWI Melba Moody put in the right store. spider crawls up quietly. then that the home economics For the gathering together of the their Intention to become U. S. the national interest was 1m- I"' ,

ub Lillian\ Barnes I I I Once I equipment is expected. Then the human race citizens. I| periled. Conscripts would! become +,i

lee "- Iris Crews All of us could not do the a spider crept softly toward real work of experimenting in To talk and play,> to read and Election officials throughout the members of the reserves after I ; ("
Marie D. and exercise because we did not know I a supposed, victim and suddenly land will the : completing their year of active if
cooking, sewing, etc. will get write conduct registration, ,
Jones I what could be bought at eaih pounced upon him. Then 14 duty. Almost all the conscripts II : 'j
Ferrol he looked under way. During the day and during the probably days after final enactment
store. We decided i up in shocked ,
Jordan to make surprise will be taken
Louis a Into the the
for In spite of the lack of night: of the bill. It Is estimated army; '
there equipment
Wilkinson trip to visit both stores. was no dead fly. The (
Edgar We dancing black thus far, the girls in the The father's word was the law 12,000,000 men must reg. navy may take a few later )
asked Mrs. .
spot
Lacy Silcox was merely
Mrs. S. ,t
Iwport4'nownsend and the rule ister. Conscientious objectors: exempted -
sprclaJ the shadow home economics classes have "
of leaf
A. Weldon a
Jeanette Parker and Mrs. Leonard above his head." hanging high found the course very lnterestlng More than now is the teacher'sat Exemptions from registration: from military service, if )i
Smith to
take .
---' us to town and to I and have already learned< achool. Specifically exempt from registration they can prove to the department I ::(

I help store.us see what was Bold In each- English Taken from the eleventh grade o helpful and< Editorial workbook, these ideas members of the national based
looked up to, army on legitimate religious l
: TO 1\11'-': I Some of the boys and girls 1 were to be used as the basis fora girls For have the been past few days the Children did what they were told guard, navy; marine corps, and scruples. The President can assign ".:''
SEEMS
T bought toys to take home. poem. Here are a. few of the busily preparingto coast guard members of the such
how many Of USe Mrs. to do; ; objectors to noncombatants lit' ,.:
begin work their first
just on "
der examples of B. H. pro.
difference between per- Wall, our music teacher wantedus S. poetry: ject There is a wide variety of They didn't race around In fast Geodetic survey and public health service. !

and character. to have some rubber balls to Tin SPIDER: ANt) TIIK FLY projects under the heading of automobilesAnd service; officials, but not employes Pay: For the first four months rt .'

do we win friends, andre use "when singing, "Bounce the units (such as clothing unit, nu raise a rumpus with hov/ls of the federal and state of their year's training, drafteeswill '! \
Ball. We bought two red balls The ambition of the spider 1 Is to and squeals governments.Who "
important-how do we tritions unit and many others) ; receive $21 a month. For :- )\
? Here's the answer Inn and two green balls. We also catch the fly, from which each girl can select They were much, much more will be drafted and how: the next eight, they will receive 'if",
>m with bought three story books. The work of the fly is to sedate: The bill permits 900,000 con $30 unless ,I
you win friends I pass the project in which she is most they win promotion ; .
: Mr. and "Mrs, T iMoat crnim .. him by scripts to be In at
; The didn't caution "Don'tstay training anyone
"onaIIlY, and vou keep -' Interested.! parents to higher grades at slightly .)
,
character. candy. Mlsrs .iil-e-y bought i To escape the trap that Is laid out too late." time. About 400,000 prob. higher ;
to pay.
cording your Is more or I bananas and cookies for us. at I I for himWhether The girls must have both their But I think you'll readily agree ably will be drafted this full. A Use of Permitted : tl'k'::1:
personality home conscripts:
the A & P Store. When the Is economics teachers' and lottery will determinethe orderIn i
When
think of you we returned light bright or I say "Regardless of our only In the western
people their hemisphere I
at to school we had lunch dim. patent's approval on theprojt't't little which men will be called before
But spree,
the way you act. the United States, Its territories ;
she chooses before 1
m she
Is showed our toys. and talked Unwelcome would< ore exact, personality Once upon a time a very brave can begin work on it. and/ possessions, Including the -'i"
about the things which were sold nf IhnRA flnvf* the country for determination i
personal qual- -- Philirmlne
of all the Inlands. ..Is
such aa!' !init la- In each store. spiderCUnnlnA'ly Some of the projects the girls I'd rather live in today with all whether they should be inducted ;
,u posess. resourcefulness After recess we did, the pagesIn made his trap a little Irtive selected are: dressmaking, Its. gaudy ways." Into the army. Job protection: Conscripts on

ambition, the "Before We Read" book wider; J which comes under the clothingunit Then they didn't have modem The bill gives the' President the federal) government's payroll

about the toys and groceries. Just a second after he suw a baking, which comes under conveniences; broad powers to lay down regulations will be guaranteed the return of

mlnal could even have a There was only one child who black speck. the nutrition unit: and rearrangement Then they didn't copy magnificent for the boards to follow their jobs without loss of sen- '

personality but deep could not do the exercise cor And rushed out of sight, red to and working over fur palaces; in deciding whom to select The iority. Congress; expresses its desire -

iul are his wrongs-that's rectly. We really learned what his neck. niture, which would come under There were no electric lights or army says It does not intend to I that state and local governmental -

racter, or what he ac- we wanted to learn from our "Ah ha, the the> housing unit. running water take any men who have dt'pendents -I subdivisions follow suit.
thought
i and knows lie Is spider, Although the Inter who Private employers will be requiredto
trip. girls are The father usually married off or are employed Inessential
you're and
juicy big
n't you met people 'thatto -Miss Lilley, teacher A fine meal you'd make, for ested in these projects and are i his daugnter; Industrial 0 r agricul- I rehire conscripts, unless It Is
a
you on sight buten very anxious to begin on them But despite all this which we tural pursuits. College studentsprobably impossible or unreasonable for

you found out who We have been studying about But very I'm large pig; they are also eagerly looking know Is true will not be drafted. The them to do so.' Draftees denied
in ,
lucky
ally were you would be stores In our room. So we plan. You'll make meals being until small; forward to the arrival of the We know that home then wasn't bill exempts divinity students) for ) re-employment can appeal to fed-'

to be seen with them ned a visit to the 'stores. Be- fall. my the equipment when they can really blue; service. Physical fitness of eral court.

ery nice to have a per- fore we left school we discussed perform experiments during clans. It held comfort and recreation, course will be considered. I' Debt protection: The bill provides -

that everyone likes, butr what to look for and made a Then his eyes grew larger and Its Importance was the beginningof The army estimates that after I a moratorium on tax and

Is worth more to you toy store. brighter, New Teachers our nation. deferrmenta for these reasons insurance charges for which '

the personalities in the On our trip we were accompanied "Even' the king couldn't be It was a place where people there will be about 4,000,000 able- I,draftees are liable during the

by Mrs. Lawson and Miss righter," William Boynton Stephen. wanted to go; ; bodied, single men from whom to training period.

Jack Halle. Betty Green. First we went to He thought, for the trap was Somewhere around the year But now we aren't pure, you select. Each state and localitywill Cost of program: estimated by '

the A & P Store and met Mr. filled 1915, (I'm sorry girls but I just I know: be given a quota In proportion army at $1,000,000,000 annually. .

The Seniors Prevatt and Mr. Edwards. We And the fly was wilting to be couldn't get the correct age. He It's just a place to eat and sleep, to the total man-power It Voluntary enlistment: Any per-

were shown, bow coffee is ground.: killed. wouldn't talk either) In the townof And sometimes mother Isn't one registers. Those to be drafted son between the age of 18 and .,'

IE LOUISE PRINCE We bought something from the Bartow, a handsome baby boy who'll keepIt will be mostly single men with 39 is given the opportunity to

i year of our Lord, one store and then we went to see Imagine his surprise and consternation was born to Mr. and Mrs. Waldon tidy because' she might not be unimportant jobs or no jobs enlist for one year.

nine hundred and ,o the rabbits and chickens at Stso Stephen.. They named him Wil- I with father; I Appeals: Boards will be setup ,:' ,

TO, the thirty-first day trunk's Feed Store. One rabbit When all around seemed to give Ham Boynton Stephens, better Yet, still In this modern day I'd I to hear appeals from men For sate Adding Machine and

Irst month there entered was so excited he jumped out of ovation. known as Bill. I rather :who wish! to contest selection by Typewriter Ribbon at Telegraph

i cold cruel world an Into the cage. The last visit was the To see the wary spiller filled His school education began at Live and travel I 11 s unknown, the local draft boards I office.

was named Sadie Ten-Cent Store which was very 'I with grief the Bartow School where ne also I treacherous road -

after her grandmother. exciting. We looked at numer- Because leaf. his den was filled with graduated.; During b.t s High Because there's more excitementwith Cool Meals For Hot Days : j::T
ous articles but soon went to
ill took place in Mobile, School years he won a Scholar- the heavier load.

Although bom in Ala- 1 the: toy counter. We bought toys I -Marjorie Thompson. ship! which enabled him to -enler' I By Katharine Fisher :'; ,;

JEsdie claims Florida as for our room and as we were Once there the University. He went to theUnlve1'llity "If you've found the manwho ,, ..'
braveas
was a spider as .
Dirtfiar Good Isililcie ((4'
It state. .At the age of leaving. "Mr. and.- ', Mrs.' ,Priest" gave could be, of Florida four and stole your car, why don't you getIt lloitlrtfiitg :
"
I moved to Miami, us candy. : one half back ?"
years.
thile living in Miami.Flor-I -Miss Middleton, teacher. His ambition was a smart one While at the Unlveisity he belonged | "I'm waiting for him to put on No matter to .what heights the mercury soars, your family hat to :;1, I'pnt.
as you will see, You can do much to keep them in the mood for food and to make "
!
little excitement by gctp to the Alpha Tau Omegaand a new set of tires > [t
His invisible web he sets for a the dog days more bearable both for them and for you, if you havo
elf lost. She was finally;) SECOND GRADE I trap. the F. Club. The members I! Explorer: "A tiger will not summery, simple meals.

t a Police Station. From I Billy Edwards came to our Then the fly flys by and Is 'lot the F. Club are students who harm you If you carry a white Even the most heat.worn appetite picks up at the

she moved to Homestead., room last week, making thirty;)'I caught like a sap. /have been awarded the letter F walking stick.". night of rcnhing food daintily served, so humor your ,

where she attended I pupils. as recognition of meritorious serVice Tenderfoot: "Yeah but how family a bit!! Serve fruit frequently, too; as a colorful

until she was eight. I Mrs. Ritch is reading a book Quietly the spider crawls up for In athletics either as playeror fast do I have to carry it?" : ; paled served after the main course or instead of a des"i' -
/ sort: in fruit-juice drinki. listless :
or Tempt appetite
Prince often tells this I I called "Our Neighbors. We are' his catc'h.Thl'n I as managers of major sports.He I
I with vf'getablel-vearetabici simply cooKed, but artfully
li'/
i Sadie, which happened learning that we could not live the poor fly goes out like was player on the football Push P":' ; seasoned; vegetables crisp and cool in lIal:>cII.! N.:

i e was a little tot. Asas ( without our neighbors. When we a flash. team, baseball, anti boxing. Mr. I '- .' ,
r Then there is for !
It well froml!
It the of the are soups. always .::1:
was night :
have" finished reading it, we are, One the boxed In the SouthEastern Iigh; ,
praising a beautiful;- day spider was especiallysmart. Stephens digestion's sake to Include at least one hot dir'l !in ""
ho was In the car with ; going to visit as many of these Conference Tournament, School graduation and I was lilt.I an otherwise cold summer meal. An rasy way for ;, ,

nce. The woman was neighbors as we can, and then He thought the bright day witha held at Tampa during the year I Unit there on the platform, while ', you to take care of this is to serve ore of the sivory ,

he child how pretty she I we' win make a large picturefor fly he would start. 1939. From the 1939 Seminole the speaker's voice rose In cre- canned soups as a first course. Or if you btve :i I':
&nclo and fell off to pianissimo. hot main fc ,;
the
the We will
little girl would our room. name we quote, "Bill Stephens pulledthe I KATHADINt PISHI
He wove his web strong and then < It was hot and the speaker had for the first course, why not serve a jellied cor.- ,,:' :
Y from her every time. picture "Our Community.Mrs. Surprise Package of the c f't"to'ot sommd ? You don't have to make It yoursolf, you- ,A "
sudden Sadie moved over Ritch, teacher. net his trap, Tournament by punching all been talking for a number of minutes o. InmtttutfTVR.K I II. know for it comes in cans and has only to, bo : '
Then he settled down for a quiet I before I began to listen to J '.
e woman was and yanked opposition to capture the SouthEastern thoroughly chilled before serving. It-

was to get her attention 11 th Grade News little 7in p. Conference light-heavy I what he was saying. "Have you Serve some of your meals outdoors, if you ran or In the cool pf :::t

n said -Ts Sadie, My Aroused from his slumber he weight crown. This was Bill's ever gone through a door In a the porch It will be a welcome change from routine. Here are *omittipeg ,i1'; \

says pretty Is as pretty Seems that 11W just can't learnto softly crawled, first year In the ring and his ',department !!store"What did you to help you. :I: :", ;

would be bawled. Then not expecting an answer he
Homestead she moved to had to arrange the students in through the Tournament With a I I' Sliced TongueHorseRadish ,'(-; '.f
fie. proceeded. "Push! 'Push! That ,
terror where ehe was the alphabetical order. My, my such But Lo, dear friends the spider title. I was what you saw and I am going Sauce ,I ,,., ;,1
of the This Is his second of t "
block year
-al"Ing mean "younguns. was shocked, Scalloped Macaroni and Cheese '
to tell f
'
you my young friends ,viai }\
; Into fights. Hear Freeman and Buddy were To see no dead fly there on the teaching and coaching. His first that the door to success bears Sliced Tomatoes and CucumbersButterscotchChiffon : r
entered school In Brad- Reported seeIng year was at Ocoee. '
In Georgia Sunday. spot. Pie .
gh j In the Coach likes all athletics hunt. this same sign. It will not open \' t
fourth grade. of good-1 o o kin g: brave .
plenty Now as you see, a spiderwas of Itself You must push If Iced Tea. 'f'
dY at recess or dinner' Georgia peaches. Not the kind he Ing.; fishing dancing, and also you '
e Sadie I girl basketball. (We are really expect to open the door. Bear IIorse-Radish Sauce ,: ".
and
of }
a I
gang you buy In cans though. Just a little too brave If you this In mlndThl"re
hog cart wheels all over Saw plenty of the juniors and ask me. glad to find a man coach that was much fTturJ ty Good Honittfffmf lutiitmt)

4 l grounds She had to I other school kids too, at Lawtey -GeraldIne SIIcox. likes girl basketball. We also more of this but finally we got u.. IfutltuM.ppr -.utirlns (up. sitS lp n.. M*...... )1..1.! '

the Idea of doing stunts Looks like the Jubilee hear coach likes secretaries and our diplomas. 5* I' *'n1l .".m I "..P- ....ttl.,. korM-rwHih.., dr.ln4
Friday nIght. I lb.p. maironn.lM. | ..... '
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'urt her back and had to Hillbillies' program went off The spider Is ambitious he was seen one day with a That summer I worked at homeon 1 tl..p, tarrtcon or H "' ''.p..p.rood Mtt .ta'd :

a plaster cast for about I t I with a bang. But his aim Is not malicious. ,blonde from the State Farm.) His the farm. and pushed At first kfer .liwi..r Dull ",.nn. ,

Intht. To ;When fly happens by dislikes are quite a few but the the horses were surprised but u.. ....81 until .iriy .IIICB. laps rol<| 10 tint mayOfinalM. .
top that off I asked a Stir
I Several juniors were : In t'". ..n.... ....1' ....w,,,. th.n add the d..'l..d nnn... .
her tonsils out for' the '"What do dislike most?" Mr. Spider thinks of pie main ones are: conceited people, later accepted the situation! com and e.ir.nn.. Chill w.II nd .r.dUh iL rnu.frd.or you .. n. !
lime' tastier dishes. and blame placently. I pushed the I fr .lr. tray of r'I'I ,! "ntrS
And i Is after the losing.' (Don't you plow, t.np.r.tuv.
Here are the answers they gave: .t norm.l salting. .... cklll eaCh fl.'n.. 11.... .at I"t ..,..
Mt frightened she's ever Eunice S.-"Big flirts." coach.) pushed the cultivator. I pushed ..l..r't! or 'UDC' ".." S.r.. .. '"" Ie ".'...,. -tlTadliki4 MW :
...
Ias castle .
the In his '
time she turned over spun- He likes Starke and Bradford and the world pushed back. j

' car she was driving had Freeman R.-"Walktng.M.-"Short boys.! He has no host or vas el High and the boys say he In a By fall the calves of my legs Baitterscotch- hflfon Pie
out. Emmalyne But his eyes snap to look In his fTtllfJ ., Good IIOHIlllffllf '
good coach. (The girls seem to had doubled In size. I wore a size 1."illIl,1
Douglas-"Work. V.. ,..tltu..pp........ _rl. .. ..
trap .
'aw mountains for the "Grouchy teach- think so too.) 17 1.2 collar The muscles of ( and _n.. M...ur. iavti. 't4 ,
Shirley M. I t-lnek b.kMl pie shall .. .. ,
.
e So off he goes I ..,
this milk
summer when she ers." We are very pleased to have my mighty arms bad long since a .n.."'", p1.1.. un6aver,4 I UNo.. .bettar
J Knoxvllle For his fighting clothes. coach with us this year and we burst the sleeves of 551.11. '1 ".) .. ,
,. Tennessee. Opal P.-Raw oysters and con- my Sundaysuit. % .. sold wst.r % salt
'"Joyed the country but Between the earth and sky know he will make good, with Huge knots of muscles I .***. Mp.rat.4 H ta. ....11I.I "
She liked ceited people. boys and girls. gathered in solemn conclave .. brawn .u.... flrmtr Pek,4 H .. (.r.n.l.u ..... 1;
good old flat on
web. watching a fly
Leaton M.-"Glrls. On a
'" .".. ....Un In .oI,1 ...... I
I sue. Brat '' .dii. !I.
she"try best. I Dot G. "Bugs, snakes, and A wily old spider nice and fatOn my spacious, back. All this and ....... .0.... ih.n add milk ...".U". whl). k sag..tlni.yolk.i Add r butter M ..bai.. "'lu
graduates abe plans his spun-glass cushion sat. 8th Grade News plenty more but I needed new e...... SUCk (n daubl. ....11... .U..'''' until ..u.t.rd-Hk.. .bout I 81...... Add
mean boys. ...
1 Gainesville oUtln. stir until dlK. l .. Cash t MM .nlll. Fold' In itlflly b..Un ...
and take a Edwin W.-"Conceited people." raiment, so I betook myself to JM .1!" whlcl1( .'...1.Wd >u... BM bnn _..n. Pour 'Into pie u.Upt.
course.to I Ida Lee C.-"Cross people." He had been waked up from his Monteen Warren was visiting the Big City to do the job. ud ....11. Chill .,? .,... SuIng far lunckraa d..... .

I dance. drive a car, Betty S.-"Yellow." nap; in Palatka Sunday afternoon. All the way to town the giant A NEW TWIST ON FISH
'ho\vs, swim "Health Hack A.-"Home Economics." Now quietly he watched hi. trap. They lay Eva went to Graham switch engine that pulled the milk + 'f'

I.a? above all Sha--- lik- ...I J_. v._ n.-"School In August -Riiddpnlv- -- uoon. his prey- be Sunday. Bet she had fun. train seemed to be savtn. "Push Tomato Juice

Furniture Store, wIth and- no-- holidays.- leaped Lucite Bowers said she enjoyed push push, push pUll h." Yes indeed Seafood Casserole In Potato Frame ,

1 good furniture. Joe Allen L."Being broke." It wasn't a fly-just deceit! a good nap Sunday afternoon it paid to push. Soon I Buttered Green Beans Rye Bread < ':

'.' -Ma Parker. would walk Into Cantaloupe '
Selma "Self-praised people. and wondered why she a department ,

y Notes Garland G.-"When he's minusa wasn't nodding in school Monday store, and see the doors our Iced Tea

" car and dumb girls." Laugh A LittlePublic morning. speaker had mentioned. At last Seafood Casserole In Potato Framer 1'f

e Fisher\ _"School." So many people are wearing my heart leapt up, as I beheld
was visiting\ \ Elsie Bell G. nut' it Good llatntittfinf 'Italian ._. --
Cove speakers did not always Jitterbug shirts. be the largest, most collosal
Springs Saturday. Frank C.-"Some girls. They must department r UM ImtHuU-.pprov wiranurlnc ..... and M..u..t.... -4 '.
DOrothy Delavan spent Velma. N.-"Hlstory." drink water to help their orr on sale at the ten cent store store in the world. HJ .... nw potnloc. I u,..pooni.,. better '

end at home In Fernan- Gee, It's really hot for us tory. The story is told of Daniel Lora Crews went to Gainesville With arm outstretched, I walkedup { malt tb>p. flour or mviulneS :

her parent "chlllun" to be coming to school Webster who always sipped a ,Sunday. to the first door I came to H Up,... ..P..... 1 bouillon <*ub. .

:.8'W1 spent Sunday In but we keep learning anyway. I glass of milk while peaking- The other day I bought an Ice I and pushed. There was a clatterof 1 I .!.*..> .,....... _en.1I.r.. "Itoh. % .' boilIng *. .* "

Monday Labor Day Is a fine Before an Important oration a cream cone and when I got glass. A crowd quickly gathered or .. raniud lototor 1% e. "Ilk

'lettles spent the week- day to start the month off. we I practical joker poured some whiskey through eating the ice cream I and there I stood, one leg 1 5%-... mae M..lmp 11 ... % .. hrrr loptlo.a)) 1

Frank Crews. this new month in the milk. There cam a took the cone back and said inside the building but most of W.... es'.. .... .... It. otalai ..en ...d.... Drain, ....h. thee add
hope to make .... ... .." 1' ..... .. .... salt and ..If .r tIae .......... ..... u.1 lIuff".
and in the oration* alp of "Thanks for letting me borrowthe me out. and right on a level with s.. .. .. __ '
Margie' Mathews better than last one. pause II II. ed, _.. _te. 10 ma... ins It ,,''n. Dr..n.
1ca1a reporters. milk-a queer look and then a little What do my eyes. attached to the door wasa .5a. skin, and ...-. sad .....- ..d5.h. .... bckma. I. ar5. pIn,_ 4'
Monday bust- Vlm A Selma cup. yon .,... .. .
on .ad .. u.... ...... blast __ ban bans ...._. I. .
mncj longer sip. As Webster think 7 That man laughed at me. sign wtth the word "Pull." So to. ............ qIt bs_ .. ee ...4oubl. boll,. a.dd I4.qt.the 5.u.ema..nl. ,
CeIPIn "luld I'm I and ..a _elL Tbo. add u.. tn.Ul.a .vt. .. _bIn" ... b_ '
. spent the week- Dot Williams was in Green felt the flrey percolate not going to buy any more hunted up a Job I thought I 011-.1..4 I.
sad .,
nd. Cove Springs Sunday afternoon down his throat, he whispered. fee cream from him. would like, married the boas' :t.'I.: : .::.-., au'adO a1a1.e. .,s.t. .'asS... =:: tim and Sub..Ine.ath tt e it
*OOdy headache from "Lord, what a Cow!" and drained -Dot Williams A Ludle Bowers, daughter, and went to work.- ..--. ....... t. --... __ seusad tIae ..... ..... ef t5.e ,,,
spent ,
" Sunday in Bet she bad a -Ie t.pIa. (San .5 eo a..u a ..._ hll. I is a ..ot .,.. ef U1 r.
bard. the glass. reporters. Nelson P. Bard. :: ii la. : pl.e u.d.r .' ....... a., a-a _
looking so i o etd.. ::.. s.,:. a :: !: '
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\I. '
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-- 1 Lines (Corporation for I structlon of Bradford County Fior-I IJ I I for ratirn ,

MotOr transfer of Car- J 1 Ida on behalf of Said Special Tax' n<- ,/ I
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I r HAMPTON' Births For AugustIn of g I'I'
I I approval TCPf- I School District No. 12 shall Issue tati'es n

County Nurse Releases By 3Ilt Ada Nlmmo s't' n.'Line's STunM.? Motor I bonds In the sum of $2,750.00 inaccordance lows : :iI I "I ii'1'

the births for August boy lr."s CoveringKd"r with the foregoing resolutions S"..tli i It" .

Mr. and Mrs.! Wilson May are babies outdistanced the girls by ot State. Road an 5 8. H. Sparks and as moved described the therein.adoption irl have but th I "

; "New Hookworm FiguresNew the proUd parents of a 9-pound two; there were seven boys five for trVnsferbv Florida foIprlnll'I'I Motor of said resolution. which was seconded the St't,' ii'It."""' 11
J. H Moore and
to Lamp by said such ti ,, ; 'Ob'
2. His rorporatlon "
son born September girls: Lines Linen or "'ertlflcate resolution. was put to a vote and deternili, 1 1IIt"Un'l \
I'
showing prevalence of Intestinal parasites' in Bradford name is Donald Spencer May. Mr.\ and Mrs. R. O. Mann and Keystone covering operationS unanimously adopted with all mem- excls. I rh,11 I."
figures
sulil Hoard 0'
I h of present alH'votln&
Greenfnv ere ie'tei
Mabel Rev. Oddle of Edgar, preachedat Gold Head Branch State Pal'k.July between Starke and "' I.1 "Aye" and none "Nay." "I, '101 In,
County schools have been prepared by Mra. Lewis county I .. Springs" : via < amp lecti-U 1\ 10.1,4'
last .26 boy. Farms, I! E. J. LEWIS, from t'b., < ,
I- nurse, the Baptist church Sunday, Washington Binding and Penney of Interline ''chairman of The Hoard of Public Pool 'I.,'f ., I
and Mrs. George Htid for atiproval
Mr.
and liii.
morning evening. Instruction of Bradford County,
for the 1939 and i
The following table offers a comparison years Springs"July Contract. Florida. -
Mrs. J. F. Johnson is build Moseley--Hellbronn "'ITN I' AI'I the hand of '"p..isec"retarv AtteHt: A .1'' 'I:>-'}' I --

1940. ing K large sun parlor. or sleeping 31, girl. of the Florida Railroad of' August W. K. MIDDLKTON, Inll' "" \ 11" "' TIO. :( p
30th( day an,1 i I" ,
Mrs. Purvis Green- Commission. this ''Superintendent. of Public Instruc 'i. ., M0-
Srhool 1939! 1940 porch to her residence on Mr. and 1940 the C,,,, 'I I.f.
of Bradford County Florida "
1 boy. I L : 11Ite' rt.mt.
Starke August <1F.0. PATTER.a to Ih, 1
Church Street. nd ex-offlcio Secretary of said .ii',
J '
Hellbronn Examined 64 Examined 89 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Starling I tt I Board In: 'j'1' il'si: ',"'All ()' "n

Positive 78 percent Positive 64.4 percent Mr. and Mrs. Audra Turner, Starke, August 8. boy. I -In.11.CTI0'' I| (CORPORATE SEAL 8-30 Bt 9-27 014'LEOISI1'1"(.OHII! '''t. : UP 1'Ert h&&y
\
Vanderbilt Examined 29 Examined 43 of Georgia, were visiting here Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Waters I I. :0-nrK W. R :Mlddleton, mayor ofStark. aniemlni- .. ,r 'rh"<;. itt ii'

last Saturday and Sunday. 'Fhrlda: of the OK APPlICATION tliin 4. i I. "Ioh 2 ...
Positive 62 percent Positive 74 percent -Lawtey. August 9, boy. I I I .. vested. by In me virtue by taw do I NOTirR FOil TAX DKKIISenate of th. (i'..", "11(",". h

Rising Examined 26 Examined 26 Randal Boyd L. A. Johns, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd George I-hereby authority cnll an election to be held ( Illll N. 1( 3) a)o'iorldil.. ,h,
and Carl Brown, who are enrolled Edwards Stnrke August 10, i at the city hall In the aforesaid. NOTICE: IS HEREBY OIVKN 'to if i et-d i I". .. d Positive 42 the ha I'
Positive 84.6
percent percent 'i. ,
,' i' town by the qualified voters on That L. O. Powell holder of Tax ",
in the CCC Camps, spent the for Florida it 'Ih.
1940. Certificates Numbered respectively It.
TueMday. September
Lawtey Examined 141 ExamIned 259 week-end with their parents. girl.Mr.. and Mrs. Sanford R. Hicks the purpose of .. 10th'h e following 341 Issued the 2nd., day of July after Ion ttfcvR.r, ;?
Positive 57.4 Positive 66.4 Issued the .
percent : percent I offIcersOne 1934; No. 214 6th. day
1"IId.y
Marlon Sullivan. who clerics in -Brooker. August 17, girl. Mayor. of August' 1928; and No. 610 Is. fcc-t'ioir(/. f'l' ( In '

Starke Primary Ex. 174 Examined 173 the Miami pos toff Ice, Is spendingthis Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Oscar Nor. Three Aldermen.. sued the nth day of September rat'fl.tI.' ,

Positive 51.S percent Positive 53 percent 23 Inspectors of said electloh. : J. L.r..k. 1932, has fll..d same In my office .. Section i 1"aftvSM
week with his Mrs. Hill August boy. ,,,
mother man-Clay ,
A, H. Johns, and T. S. Wll- and has application for tax I and ;
Examined 67 f..dl
Brooker J. P. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. James Aguatus h ams. deed to Issued. thereon. JIIIIII'e ." uffl..(..) J,
Positive 67 1-2 percent In: testimony whereof. 1 hereunto Said certificates respectively. embrace IIhlLll i Is. .11 .
24. boy. of r
L Mrs. Hubert Priest, of Starke, Cason-Waldo, August subscribe my name and cause the the following described properties any IlIclllnb'1 .101011 all'lit .

Graham A Examined 16 was the guest of Mrs. I. J. Priest Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Cols..a I of the said town to be hereunto In the County of Bradford ; by(b Ihlll) l': nn'.nd'l1enl' I'
Positive affixed this' the 8th, day ofAUK..t State of Florida to-wlt ""h JII'"ce
62 1-2 percent 24. girl. COIII.t nf Ih. .
August ,
lins Brooker. IIhall
this week. A. n. 1940. SEVl of HWi except E% of I b. 'tiected '
fl"I' by
: New River. Examined 25 Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp- (SP7AL.) W. E. Midilleton. Mayor. NW% of SEV4 of 8W"i Section 25 time .1"11", "r 110, ) Ib,
Mrs. Chaa. M. Dennison who Attest. Twp. 6 8. Range. 22 East 95 acres, I and ph ,f --.i
Positive 84.6 9, boy. bore Votlnl ,
percent Starke, August of th ft"l
has been ill. has Clerk. less In embraced under ""II'I| '
quite many Carl Johns City more or eral <'Ju"explratlor | .
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Knight Certificate, No. 343. ele i ciii

IT The last three named schools throughout the entire intestinal I friends, here who are delighted Maxvllle. August 23, girl. or ppiir\Tio\ EW of NW4 of SHVi' of SWM ; f ice, i .1, I '"11"1 raol.ni .
%vrirK
to know that her condition is Sec. 25 Twp. tr S. Range 22 East.B .
have not yet been examined for tract and blood stream and after .1 FOil T \ UKRIIVfnnte : I .-) In Ih.
'%... ''11nJlOTIl'oJ : Acres, more or less I is embracedunder Ion .t.> >t tlt. .,
improving. ( Illll of t tl II
of time EI6)ITU
this year. I a period attacks the I" Tile: {'IIU' I'r f.O''I' Certificate Mo. 214. and. I "
(1IVKN ent
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HEREBY
I IS thei'eu1i i I''
Mrs. Lewis states that four heart and lungs. Hookworm Miss Ophelia Bryant. teacher In JIIIIl. I Ift Von' 01' wroHiBlanche I'I.IUI- That K. (I. Duncan holder' of TuxCertlfloatei EM, of SEW Sec 36 Twp. 6 S. | i.i iOovernoi 'n dlll.,
,
I Bit* I ,
I.nI' A\1t: Range 22 East. 80 acres more or ":
I other parasites, in addition to symptoms are: Paleness and anemia the primary grades spent the l'o"N'r' No. 3S6, issued. the 2nd. ,'less IN embraced under CertificateNo. Justice I 'n t i ihe 'h.I 1'1'SUI "le a
day of September A. D. 1IHS: has >"I.
i h' CO
\ hookworms have been found In lack of energy. laziness, 'I week-end with relatives end I ('ItI11V filed same In my office and has 510. I of .h,1 niiiiafter 'it. :tri,., 'rol I
Knndle.vs. The assessment of the said ii '
F. prop
school children. They are: Pin nervousness. retarded growth friends at Jasper Jennings and. Plalhtlff, made application for a tax d..p,1 to I I erty under said certificate No. 343 thi r Mi lids.nl.i
Said certificate 194:
q worms--usually deriving from swelling of face and enlargementof Valdosta, Ga. Ch. No.Walter be embraces Issued thereon the following described was In the name of Mr. A, M. elected, amid' \ I I,, u.'....t II

I dogs: and cuts. They live In the abdomen in extreme cases, dry D.fendn ft. Clare n Knodte, property In the County (If Bradford said Herndon. property; the under assessment said certificateNo. of the 11142 to 1'h hold .f'ln g"llrrai for.I I

lower colon. I hair skin In ORD5K t.RUCATION State of Florida' to-wlt: 214 was In the name of Mar Mix yer 1"1101111' Tu'I, t
I pale yellow color HIGHLAND ANONOTT'E 1 Lot 114 ft., N & S by SO ft the ,
tha. C. Herndon the assessment of flrllt11)11"1 In
I R, & W. K of & adjoining Blk 1. (d) Jalr
Round worms-found living In In extreme cases children may By Miss Beth Wimberly TfV'DEFENTlANT Section the said property under said certificate of 1' iqor. ,J
Temples Addition to Starke the $
and all other IN THK NAME OF THE: STATE: : No. 510 was in the name ulir'fli" out ,
the secum as parasites have heart attacks convulsions 2ft Township 6 SoUth flange elected al the
I OF FLORIDA: of H. O. MIller.Unless .
feed from red blood cells. { and even death may result when I Visitors here Monday includedJ. TO: WALTER: ST. C LAKEKNODLK. : 22 East., said Certificates shall he. precellnN hit leneral.lol.lrU.n'l
M. Mobley. J. W. Reid C. C. whose place' "' reel-. The assessment of the said property r""p..clv. ,
Trlchlurls-small slender worm reslstence has been lowered by under the said certificate Issued redeemed according to law theproperties I..rnl uW"
dence Is 'Rre of Del Mar Morrls described therein will be a vacaiu-y In '
Cannon Mr. and Mr. Dun-
In wall Byrd was In the name of Mrs. E. Justice and o'f
found secum. Penetrates parasites sufficiently to allow Infections Apartments, Cnf''fnh1aSnAvenue sold to the highest bidder. at the there I bo nn

of the Intestine thus causing con such as colds, pneumonia I jean of Jacksonville and Gaines. ., lermantown, .. H. Unless Smith.: said certificate shall b.red..emed Courthouse door on the first Mon. I for term the the balatnn suuceswr ohlU l
Pennsylvania ot
vllle respectively. phia day In the Month of October. lb.
tinuous fever sometimes mistakenfor or whooping cough to attack. You are hereby required to appear according to law. the term.
which Is the 7th. of
.. day
typhoid. Mrs. J. R. Smith of Lawtey either. personally or ox Attorney property. described therein. will ba 1940'1 I Section 4. (a) The gun,,

| "Regardless of the efforts of visited friends here Wednesday. to the. Bill of Complaint sold to the highest bidder at thecourthouse 1940.Dated this S7th.. day of may hear, consider i
AscarlH-may grow to a lengthof herein filed against you In the door on the first Monday cases and exercise V'f,
the teacher it is Impossible for Mrs. Hamilton Godwin and Miss I above entitled. cause on or before In the month of October 1940 gust A. D. 1940. and Jurisdiction \!?II,
15 inches. Live principally in (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas a
the child with hookworms to Leila Mae Godwin of Bartow the 7th day of October, A. D. 1940,, which is the 7th day of October, Clerk of Circuit Court, of BradfordCounty. I In which case a maioH ,
small Intestines where larva enters required by Law m.mber of the Court
as
1940.Dated Florida 8-30 4t 8-20 *
,
visited Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and .Telu.raPh." Is this 30th., day of August/ ,
learn
the blood stream and Is carried normally In school. Mrs. "Bradford County p Vtute.a tuorum for th. d
I family Thursday. have hereby designated as the newspaper 1940. business; or It niy Vnt,
to various organs liver 'Lewis stated. "Thus the child becomes They In which this Order shall!L (OFFICIAL 11LJour A.'of Thomas NOTICE or ELECTION power and jUl.dlctlon ,

heart and lungs causing Inflama- a repeater and drops out been ,spending several days with be published once a week for four Clerk of Rradfotd WHEREAS, The Legislature of .
relatives in Jacksonville and will L (4) consecutive weeks. County, Florida. 9-6 5t 10-4 1939 under the Constitution of 1885, I -b) The Circuit Judl"
tlon of' these parts. A lung condition of school. This child could and j WITNESS my hand and the seal of the State of Florida did pass I times be iIIIbjoer, I

I return home Saturday.Mrs. or office at Starke. Bradford six Joint Resolutions proposing I 1- .. Court by Ihat"r
resembling pneumonia may should be a valuable citizen but HK! OLITIOAND NOTICE OF
( I' Herman Grand and little County, Florida this 29th day of II<>!>IJ KI.KCTIO'V amendment to the Constitution. of I Chief JustIt: thereot'' I
result. ends up being an expense to the August' A. I) I 1540. At a Special meeting nt The the State of Florida and the same I the call ohali 1
The hookworm attaches Itself state and county." son. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Hiers I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Board of Public Instruction of were; agreed to by a vote of three-. thereof .as associate lUlu.,

I II and son of Jacksonville were A. .1. Thomas. Bradford County Florida duly fifths of all the members. electedto In place. of any ...,,' dia

friends I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad. called and held on August 26th., each house: that the votes on or dlnaljli.il justice or .f
visiting here Wednesday.E. I ford County Florida. 8-30 6t 9-27 I 1940, and at which meeting there. said Joint Resolutions were entered ment to a division, but ml
NEW RIVER
I Crosby. L. Stephens of Ocala wasa was present E J. Lewis, chairman upon their respective Journals, shall Include more th.no"Judge.

By Mr*. O. K. CrosbyMr. I Mrs. W. C. Ward and children business visitor here Friday.Mr. NOTICR OF ":I.. f'TIO" J. H. Moore and S. K, Sparks, with the yeas and nays thereon. three A division, Ihall! ||

Mary Ella, Luclle Joyce and To the Sheriff of Bradford I members andV.. E. Mlddleton, and they did determine and direct 0.1"0 of ,
and Mrs. B. F. Jackson elusive
that the said Joint Resolutions be VIM 1m
and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and County of the State of Florida: County Superintendent of PublicInstrurtion
,
the ,
Robert, and Miss Novls Sapp attended made a trip to Mayo Friday. Be It Known, That 1 ,H. A. and ex-offlclo Secretary submitted to the electors of the ...judgment Lf a dltmi!
children and Miss ArsUla Crosbyof State at the General Election InNovember cur< l in bv the '-hMto,
church in Lake City Sun tRAY, Secretary of State of the I of said Board, the following, be
Carson M. Grlffls attendedthe the JUU"1 I
1940. C
other
State of Florida do hereby give among proceedings, were
Sunny BrooK Farm were din day.We big rodeo at Orange Park on I notice that n had. to-wlt: NOW. THEREFORE I, R. A. less ao'h Ieee IIYI", ',. (fi

ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doc. are sorry to learn that Albert Labor Day. KVKH\I.: ELECTION: J. H. Moore. presented the following GRAY, Secretary. of State of the punishment Lion of Stats or ((2)) HIM
State of Florida do hereby give a or Fdstltutloual "
Will be held In Bradford County, resolution to-wlt:
Edwards: of Starke Sunday. Moody had the misfortuneof Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter of State of Florida on Tuesday next. I WHERKAS!, at a meeting of notice that aGEWE1LAL IIU..lul| whtba ",

having his car stolen and Maxvllle visitors here Tues.I I succeeding the first Monday In I The Board of Public Instructionof KI.KCTION brought .-ontroconHtltutiunallf "
Our entire community was I were November. A. D 1940, the saidTuendHT il Bradford County Florida duly will be held. In each county In ) of a F.l

shocked and saddened by the burned Saturday night while In day.Miss I being the ____ ____ ---- I held on August 26, 1940. there was Florida on Tuesday next succeeding State statute, rule, retui.municipal !
Lake Butler. FIFTH U\V 0..' :O\R1HKII, I presented a petition signed by the first Monday In November ordinance or i t
Grlffls
tragic death of Mrs. Elva Hodges Virgie was a A. D. 1940, the said Tuesday being be a dissent to the
i Mrs. J. L. Johns, Mrs. O. K. For United Htnte Senator from the $ more than 25 percent of the qualified ment PIp.
of j
Norwood of Auburndale, which visitor to Lawtey Saturday. State of Floilda for a term of t I electors who are freeholders the a dlvlMll1
I Crosby and children. Doris. Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McCor. six years from Jan. 8, 1941. I residing within the territory known FIFTH HAY Of NOVEMBKB: thereof or Jusllc-
occurred last week while she ordered by the thief Jui
and for the
ratification of
For '''even (7) Presidential Elec and designated as Special TaxSchool or rejection
her husband were on a fishing and Beverly "Jo" were business mlck. Miss Joey McCormick and tors. I District No, 12 of Bradford the said Joint Resolutions proposing be considered. by Iwo diwhereupon d dsideratlon ,

visitors In Lake Butler and Ray McCormick spent Saturdayhere For one Representative of the I County Florida. petitioning/ amendments to the Constitution It .hal r"lull
trip near their home at Auburn. Starke Saturday afternoon. Second' Congressional District this Board to call an election to of the S'nte of Florida., vli: of 110 j
.
dale. Mrs. Norwood was well with F. M. Crews and nf the State' of Florida In the determine. whether said School A JOINT KKHOLUTIUN Propos Chief J".lc...
Shorty Shedd of Gainesville was family. I Seventy-Seventh' Congress othe Cl District shall Issue bonds In the log the Amendment of Section S (e) Jostle i
known her., having made; her I United I of Article IX of the Constitution the chief admlnl.trUva 01!
States of
the 'oti'MItts Betty'CrosbySunday sum 2750.00 for the
guest purposeof
home here'during her early life. C. R. Scott spent the weekendin Li j I For Oovernor of the State of I I building and furnishing a Abolishing' Ad' Valorem Taxation the Court and renponillilt I
night. for State Purposes.BE dispatch of business ant [
Ocala.C. I Florida. I school house within said district
She the of the late J
was daughter Misses Melba Moody. Betty For Secretary of State of the Stateof I for the exclusive use of the public IT RESOLVED BY THE LEG Ing consistent d.clalol;
Hodges. R. Scott and Jean Cameron I ISLATURE OF THE not be required to examin!
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. She Florida. I free schools In said district and STATE: OF ,
leaves four sisters besides her and Doris Crosby attended the were business visitors to Valdosta I For Attorney Cleneral of the Stateof this Board having duly determinedthat FLORIDA: That the following cord of a cause but may icf ll
) I I
I I conclusions of fact found
Jubilee Hillbillies program at Florida I said petition Is signed by amendment to Section 2 of Article
husband to mourn her passing. j I Thursday. For Comptroller of the State of { more than 25 percent. of the quall- IX of the Constitution of the Stateof vision and state In the op|

Mrs. Norwood was laid to rest Lawtey Friday night. Florida. I I I fled electors who are freeholders Florida relating to taxation accompanying etalom.nlupon
Mr. Warren J. Dobbs of Pa. For Treasurer of the State of residing In said Special Tax School and abolishing ad valorem taxes the law BO maltd

In the New River cemetery Thursday latka Melba : THERESSA Florida. I District No. 12, and having duly for State purposes be, and the cussed and Its spplliatlonfact
was visiting Moody For Superintendent of Public i"considered same Is hereby agreed to. and but In event at an <
afternoon beneath a profusion By Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Instruction said petition and the
Sunday afternoon. of the State of Flor matters appearing therein and shall be submitted. to the electorsof vision between those
of beautiful flowers which ida. I finding that said petition Is .suf the State at the General Election properly considering a 1

were given to show the last LEADS IN CONSTRUCTION Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kemple. For Commissioner nf Agriculture I ficient and In all respect In full of Representatives. 1940. for approval shall examine the record other i itlclpate 1

John and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan of the State of Florida compliance with law. and further or rejection; that' Is to say, therein as
respect to the one who was liked Miami. Southeast Florida ar For Two Justices of the Supreme : finding thit the assessed value of that the said Section; 3 of Article In the event the /hId, Juj

by all who knew her. Mrs. Nor again leads the state in hotel. apartment rived here Thursday. They were Court of the State of Florida. i I the taxable property of such district IX be amended so as to.' read a. unable to act for In continue anyJustice r
on their For. One. Railroad Commissioner of according' to the last follow: longest
wood was a member of the and restaurant construction way home to Miami IHendersonville the State' of Florida. for State and County assessment Section 2. The Legislature shall vice and able tc aCt shall
-
Church of Christ. according to Hotel Commlsisloner : N. C., where they For State Senator for Fifteenth I IK $32,301 and further purposes provide for raising revenue sufficient stead with like effectA

Miss Arsuia Crosby of W M. had spent a two.weeks' vacation. Senatorial District of the Stat finding that the existing Indebtedness to defray the expenses of the I -
Sunny Permits forJuly
Taylor.
of Florida. of State, Including State
said district appropria (
I Is 00.00 (that RESOLUTION:
Brook Farm spent the week-end In this area totalled $2,- Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry of I For One Member of the House of I Is to say there I* no such existing: tions for the benefit of the uniform I! Ing to JOINT mend Settlor I

here with'' her cousin. Miss Betty 240.770. I Jacksonville spent Labor Day Florida.Representatives of the State o ti I indebtedness), and that the amount provided system of free public schools I of the Constitution ot I II
of bonds HO proposed to be Issued In accordance with Article to Com
here with Mrs. Mahrv'n fatherJohn" ____ __ For I of Florida
,, County Judge. I XII of the H.lal&1
---- la within the limitation provided Constitution and of the
Hall. For Sheriff I by the constitution and laws of State Institutions of higher learn missloners nHK

FLORIDA BOY GAINS FINALS IN Everett Harris of Waldo 1 For Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Florida and that the Issuance of. ing, for each fiscal year, and also I I IT'' 'RFIO.VED

was For 'ountv Assessor of Taxes. bonds as prayed In said petition Is a sufficient. sum to pay the princIpal : That Sec 11
NATIONAL DRIVERS CONTEST a visitor here Sunday. He was For Tax Collector. necessary and Interest of the existing ind'btedness Article OF FLORIDA 8 of the Constllu l-f

accompanied home by Mrs. Harris For County Superintendent, of Pub BE IT RESOLVED by this The of the State; but after of Florid alit
lic State
Instruction. Board of Public Instruction for December 3Ist A. D. 1940, no levy aloner l *
and children who had been spending For Five County Commissioners. the County of Bradfo". State of of ad valorem taxes upon real or County Comml hereby amend:

r. E:3: several days! with her mother For Board Three Members of the County: Florida, that It Is expedient/ and personal. property except Intangible amended same Is I is agreed toi au .
of
Public Instruction. for the best Interest of said Special property shall be made for any to the eIctor'!
Mrs. Lydia Hall. For Justice of the. Peace In and for Tax School District No. 12 of Brad., State purpose whatsoever; and Sec. submitted of Florida at thel

-- Miss Ruth Zeigler visited her via the following Justice Districts ford County Florida that this I tion S of Article XII be, and the State election of RepresentalM

'. .1 : Board on behalf of said district same Is hereby repealed. H40 for appiJectlon. ."
'
Mrs. I'Ju.I. held In
R.
sister C. Dampier Thurs do Issue, and sell bonds In the bectlon .

,' v. day. She was accompanied home In Testimony Whereof I have amount of 2750.00 for the purpose I A JOINT amended. Said shall r.I''
hereunto Proposingan
8
RESOLUTION as
> (L ...-. get my hand and ii?- i as stated In said petition above ,
i. fr d by Mrs. Dampier ,who is visiting fixed the treat Seal of the referred to and, I Amendment to Article XVI of lows: 5. That Ihr
her parents here. State of Florida, at Tallahassee,..i BK IT FURTHER RESOLVED the Constitution of Florida Adding Section Coun"
the Capital, this the isth day I that said bond shall Thereto an Additional Suction Permitting In each of the ahall
s Mr. M. Z. Sullivan of Miami of be In the I the sloner-s districts, aa
August A. D. 1940. I denomination of and Creation of a Commission tlm
25000. shall I to
was a visitor here over the weekend (t. S' ) R. A. ORAY, bear date of October. 1st 1940. with I Empowered to Grant Parolesor law from COlllml.MlontUI time .
Secretary of State. Interest. Conditional Releases or Proba county a
I thereon
returning to Miami Monday. To HON.: A. O. ANDRKtr. Sheriff said bonds without(and provided by tion of Prisoners or Persons With ba elected by I at| th.
attaching in'
Mrs. Carl Edwards of Lawteywas Biadford County. 9-8 9t 11.1 terest coupons thereto) at the rate I Criminal. Often II...._ Under Supervision. _- ors of of said voting county l.0' ?!"',

____ a visitor here recently. of 8 per cent per annum, payable I BE place and htd1ed'
IT hal
TO WHOM ITV fO\fKR\l: I on the 1st day of April and the1st RESOLVED BY THE i ot fleers ,,
Miss Iris of LEGISLA'FItRB 010' TilE STATE' for four years ,
Padgett Jacksonville TAKK NOTICE THAT a 193 J day of October of each year torn'
Ford Coupe. Engine and such ffond to become andI 1 OF' Jo'I.OHIDA: that .the l'ounlelerttd
visited her mother Mrs. No. 18-17011J. due I Section In the ;
: 1. That
the following iuiid
bearing payable'
1940 Motor Vehicle Tag a* follows: even n
Andrews last week. No. amendment to Article XVI of the I 1940, the I'
$250.00
.
2-12157 with an principal (that i Is to
anpralsed I say, Constitution snail *.rv. tl'dd
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardee value, of less than $1,000.was one of said bonds) In each of relating to of the State of Florida trlcts those from """efjjfldistricts
selied In Bradford County. the years 1943 to 1951. both In. Miscellaneous Provisions I and .
Florid :
Hardee by shall ,: ,
Henry and adding thereto
Sullivan additional
Percy August 24. 1440. for being used In elusive, on October 1st In eat'h I an IhI m
Section I
were visitors to Jacksonville Sun the violation of Section 9. Chapter of said years: both principal and of to be known as Section 32 i I and tb.r..afl. Tn po.rfo..r ,
said'
t9 01. Laws of Florida. HIS. and Interest payable at Florida. Bank Article XVI specifically ap.pllr..bl. years ,Cf IU'
day night. that It I I.. the Intention of "Thos. at !'Starke Starke 'I... to the creation of a Com I and compem-atli hat' ba ,

Mrs. H. D. May who has been W I.<>nit. Director. State Beverage; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED mission authorized to grant parolesor I I Commissioner"

\ Department of Florida. Tallahas. .. that an election. be and the same conditional releases or probationof i by law. _
\ -, : visiting her son Roscoe May. at Florida to sell the property above. Is hereby called to be held at M. prisoners under supervision. Is I It i.lncflI.: "flf

New Orleans. La.. returned Sat described at public sale In front L. Johns store. New River Florida, hereby agreed to and shall be submitted .'I A JOST ",
of the Court House, on the 30th day of to the electors of the State I Ing : t"o .1
urday. She was accompanied ida, at roOO Starke. Flor D. 1940. September, A. of Florida for ratification re I IX or the CiILEUISLATrilK. I '
: A.f.. to determine or
1 on October whether. I
:$; home by Mr. and Mrs. May who 1940. 1 9.The bondi. shall be Issued as herein said I I jection to at the next General Election. I nf FI<>rld..'..H..llllnrp"I'
be
State described held In 1940 follows tiovi of (
the I Beverage Department, und that at such elec. as :
spent week-end returning to, of Florida reserves the right tion the question to be 'Section 3Z: The Legislature may ;! TaxAtion : '
New Orleans I I I ject to re submitted I create a Parole Commission em1powered 1: j '; IT( nF.SOI.1HI
Monday. any and all bids. """** and "AIIKln '
. Mr. and Mrs. I All persons claiming any right I iBon'dvVnd I ? t to grant paroles or con. I i I "j!j
Roy Dennison Interest In or to said n ri I BE IT FURTHER ditional releases or probation tinderofflcl..1 'I oi. Fl/lft.lP.' .Lh; 1

and children of Gainesville visited I any part thereof are property hereby r.-or that there be and are RESOLVED hereby I supervision to prisoners or'l Article IX ""ff 't' | rJ

I relatives here Sunday. I quired to appear and make such pointed\ and designated the. follow.ap. persons. charged with criminal ofirr,1 I the ) ,f .rtll, J
1 I claim within thirty Inspectors of and may provide for the t the ..x..mpll" md
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby I from the dute of ,the. first.10): publica day* to-wlt ":. C. Priest such U. tI lection Mlxeli I qualification and method of .elect- from taxation "d ld .

and children o f Sunny Brook i tion of this notice a* provided for and H. U Johns and O. W. Andews ',, log the Commission members and I I I. hereby. an.nd lhI: I.III
-
*: bv HJ't'nn' 13.' Chapter 19.101: law I as Clerk of such election all I 'I I for their term of office the length I i agreed ,tory C f th'
,'ie
*jtcri Farm visited Mr. and Mrs. C.! of Florida 1989 to the State' "" whom are hereby determined to of which shall be wholly within I I ted In the Ih' lect, J"I

1 Sullivan Sunday.Mis (leverage Department of Florida at be duly qualified therefor the discretion of the Legislature." I I Florida at ii,' ,

Tallahassee, Florida or all such I KB IT FURTHER RESOLVED I i tlon to he '\, ,, )1"ld'
Sylvia :Mllliken of Ocalais rights and Interest In and to said I that the Secretary of said Board I A JOINT RESOLUTION Propos-. day after Ih' .atll''

spending this week with her property shall cease. and terminate.. be and Is hereby. directed. to cause '"* an Amendment to Article IX of i I I: vemhCr.rejection.. UfO .
I THOS. W. LONII, the foregoing, resolution and the 'nst'tutlon' of the State of1 ,4?'?
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. Director, State Beverage Depart,. I Notice of Special Election herein.the I lorld.. Relating to Taxation and I I l4aii Sectl I'' pd 51amendeti

I... Sullivan. ment. of Florida. Tallahassee. Klorloa :- i I after set out, to be Published In I Finance, by Adding' Thereto an Ad.I I, shal
i ditional .10'
the
,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and 9.8 St 104OTIK Bradford County Telegraph sTlslatura. Section Authorising C I ""Action 9 Th'
duly pI
of the
qualified newspaper published State of ( th.1! ,,Ion
h1j three little sons of Jacksonville > I at Starke In Bradford County Flor-I to Allocate and Distribute to ;; .mpt from *a. Hund
'0. 8\tl: I '
BRFORK !ida 'here being' no Several Counties of the St.te, Certairt the value ..J.i"nd! j 10'
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.J. I. THK KIOHIIlt Rill.. lI"h..d newspaper pub- Excise flda I
Taxes every
ROAD "Vr"*'!1 St"1' Tax School Now Levied and I to bon
J. Zelgler. "O'.t..IO\ I District I eollerted who III ii lOlt 2
and
.
and to B. Hereafter son
WHOM that
1'1'0 IT M > HUCh ubucatlon a
( ()*( KICV I I and or
Mrs. R. C. Dampier. Miss Ruth log TAKK NOTICE that the .follow. I ConSecutive'befor weeks a period of four of FtorliaCollected by the Stats I 'been the State 4t.ablCdfortune. I ..

Zelgler and J. D. Grlffls! motoredto mal' matter hearing will before came up for for. the 50th' day of August" beginning 1940. and on I I 11)1 IT RESOLVED BY THE LEO- ," L.5l 18 '
the I
Jacksonville n..llroad Florida said Notlc or I I\I..ATIIRE OP THE STATE OFI The ynteS o..d.n'wih
Special
Commission
Monday. They: of the Election I proP
State FLORIDA said
"I'm sorry pal." Robert Ernest Hayes. Fort Pierce. U telling his dog were accompanied home by Mrs. at Florida 10 o'clock"' f.!'.M session. at' beginning'I being Notice Is hereby given, I![,I amendment' : That to Article the IX following of the C r I' th. cafl.'% '.tri,nIId.

.
.nd greatest", admirer. as Robert breaks the news that he I I. going to New Eliza, Paul who Is spending the room of the'Commission the hearing In Special Election 'III hereby SKS I ',''idl"I of the 8tat. of FlBr- returns th..rof.lul.1!'I
the ,
and !
I
will relating
York and compel in the'national contest of the Ford Good Drivers week with the Zeigler family.H. Supreme ha........ Court Building TAIls. be River held. > alice. by adding'to taxation thereto and addl-fln- 'to the 1f

league and that hi. pal can't make the trip. Mrs. Robert Hayes, Robert'smother D. May was a business September Florida is. 1940.on WEDNESDAY.: 'I ypfSs lal Tax EaWDTvSsIn' tiortal section to b. known an.. Seo.0'"ald ftrteKs.-r.r.' .r.ton.

looks onv She is more fortunate: .he is going along as a guest visitor to Starke Tuesday.Mr. I .Anrt. **'Id time and Place I ,1h. Bradford County Florida I lain&tlon 15 Article IX. author- of .'lorld"T E"' TI'lnSY "I
:you the
of The Ford Motor Robert all Interested. 30th day of September' Legislature of the staterid IN II .I
Company. won top ranking In parties A
competitionwith : will be D. of h..r.unI .
1940 have Or
and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.1 fully heard : and during' the hours ; to allocate and dill.'
other boys of high school age from all over Florida In I preSlTin trIbute and ..ftl.edof
the Ford Othma Sullivan DOCKET NO. HS-$. I by law for holding the several. counties of
and Miss Bryan I general:i C'
Good Driver league state centraL $30.000.00 In prize in college scholarship Elsie I nings and. William J. Jen I- .' *' which election the the State% Certain excise taxes now the t.at8.' I h.AU.

will be divided among the winners Belle Geiger were visitors to d bla Camp and .Porter.: 5usllfled electors whG are free. I Is after levied and o"ected and to be here- T.lah. d.f 0,
I Lines K..lon"l' >hidrr'Kr'lll"r' In levied' and collected by the
Ocala and Silver Springs Sunday l I said district 1 '
State jpiO.
DOCKET NO.- 100.121-&n Florida I[ their vote determln, j I of Florida Is hereby agreed'' ASEAV.t rR'
whether The Board of Public Jo- I to and Shall be submitted t" tha''' J jvrl'a
elector of the Stata: ot Florida il-I



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radford High School Journal How The Draft Bill WorksJ! ;


Washington, Major provision| Penalties: To evade. the draft

I of the conscription bill paused by and assist anyone to do so, will r

SIX nuu.\\ SMTKMHEK.: : 8, !
I I work: | Imprisonment and $10,000 fine,

s. Jot'RN.\L STAFF 1st Grade Visits II Good Poems I 1 Who must register and how: !, or both The cases would be a.

Jack Halle I New EquipmentFor The Colonial Home with few exception, all men who hoard! in the federal court. rather

.Chlpf Betty Green Two StoresIn I "The have passed their 21st birthday than by military courts, which h;
ambition of a Home EC. Dept. And Ours
Editor spider Is
Opal Peele to and have not reached their 31st decided World War draft cases. '
our "Before We Read" catch the fly which flies I loaf
ports Buddy Davis books him. by i In birthday, must register. This applies -I Length of service: One year
The the By
portS we had a picture of a toy store spider Is wary He near future, if plans I I
Sadie Prince to citizen and alien alike; This could bit extended Indefinitely
,
work Marge
spins Chryste
-i- out all
an almost
and a grocery store. On another invisible web for right, some very I
iota Grace Green I a domestic girls but aliens will not be subject to It the country became engaged +
p 'page we had pictures of trap.'hen the fly seem to j looking will be In colonial times the home was
|' Mack Futch. toys draft unless! they have declared In war or ) declared ,
be seen about the school for congress .
entangled lai
1 scout and groceries which were to be In Its folds, the It a place I
Melba Moody I their Intention to become U. 8. the national Interest wa Im-
spider crawls then that the home t'conomlcs'equipment For the of the
oWe put In the right store. up quietly. i gathering together d
Lillian Barnes I I Once Is expected. Then the human race citizen, |II periled" Conscript would become ,
b of a spider ''
Iris Crews All us could not do the crept softly toward I Election members of the reserve after
real work of experimenting in To talk and play to Lead and officials throughout the
lea D. and exercise because we did not know I a supposed victim and sud I I(I
land completing their of active
Marie denly cooking, sewing, etc will get write will conduct the registration, year Ise
pounced
what could be bought at each upon him. Then sunder probably 14 after final duty. Almost all the conscript ?
j-errol Jones he looked In way. During; the day and during the days enactment
Louis Jordan store. We decided to make a I up shocked surprise, of the bill. It Is estimated will be taken Into the army; the
for there In spite of the lack of night;
was no dead equipment -
trip to visit both fly. The
stores.
We
Wilkinson take few later.
navy may a
Edgar The father's word was the law 12,000,000 men must reg.
thus
dancing black far, the girls In the
asked Mrs.
Lacy Silcox, Mrs. S. spot was merely
Reportersowneend and the rule ister. Conscientious objector: a :It-
home
special the shadow of a leaf economics classes have
A, Weldon and Mrs. banging high
Leonard
Jeanette .Parker.. Smith to take above his head." found the course very interesting More than now U the teacher'sat Exemption from registration: empted from military service If
us to town and to and have leal'eed school. Specifically exempt from registration they can prove to the department j ''a {
already
help us. see what was. sold In each I Taken from the eleventh grade helpful and useful thing many Parent were respected and are active, reserve and cadet of justice that their objection are
Editorial store. i EngllBh workbook, these Ideas members of the national based
looked up to, army, on legitimate religious)
TO MI3 Some of the boys and girls':were to be used as the basis for For the past few days, the Children did what they were told guard, navyf marine corps, and scruple The President can assign -

wr SEEMS aAder of us! bought toys to take home Mrs. a poem. Here are a few of the girls have been busily preparingto to do; coast guard, : members of the such objectors to noncombatants -

L Just how between many per- Wall, our music teacher, wanted examples of B. H. S. poetry: begin work on their first pro They didn't race around In fast Geodetic survey and public health service
ject. There wide
Is a of
difference variety
us to have some rubber balls to automobile service; official, but not employe I
TIn For
land character.do s.'mERIIU: Tin: FLY projects under the heading of Pay: the first four month
win friends, andre use when singing, "Bounce the units (such And raise a rumpus with howls *, of the federal and late of their year'' training, draftee
we as clothing unit, nutrition -
do we Ball. We bought two red balls The ambition of the spider I Is to and squeals; government, will receive $21 month. For
important-how unit and
the answer In and two green ball*. We also I catch the fly from which many other) They were much, much more Who will be drafted and how: the next eight, they will receive
tmf Here's each
bought three story books The work of the fly is to girl can select sedate The bill.. Ti.rmlt. nooooo run.scripts i
Lyou win friends with pass the project in which she is : -- --- $30, unless they win promotion
Inonallty|: and you keep Mr. and :Mrs. Priest gave us him by; j I interested. most The parents didn't caution, "Don'tstay to be In training at anyone to higher grade at slightly t r

character.personality candy. MLfs Lllley bought i I To escape the trap that Is laid out too late" time. About 400,000 probably blither pay.
xorAtoS to your bananas and cookies for I for himWhether The girls must have both their will be drafted this fall
: is more or us at I But I think you'll readily agree AI Use of conscripts: Permittedonly
the A & P Store. When the home economics teachers' and lottery will determine the' )
think of you we returned -j light is! bright or When I say "Regardlesn of our In the western
at people to school we had lunch dim. I their parent's approval on the little In which men will be called before hemhrph're.th. ,
But
spree.Unwelcome .
you act. United States. Its territoriesand
the way II
project she chooses before
showed she 'local draft boards .
Is our toys, and talked I would be the return throughout '
tore exact, personality about the things which were sold Once upon a time a very brave can begin work on It. of those days; the country for determina-i possession, Including the
qual-
the personal Philippine Island
)L of all such as Inltla- in each store. spiderCunningly I i Some of the projects the girls [tEd rather live In today with all tlon whether they should be In-i

posesa, resourcefulness After recess we did the pagesIn made his trap a little !I htive selected are: dressmaking, : its gaudy ways." ducted Into the army l I! Job protection: Conscript on
,
ambition, wider; which under the The bill the President; the federal l government' payroll
the "Before We Read" book comes clothing, Then they didn't have modern give \
I about the toys and groceries. Just a second after he saw a j unit, baking, which come under I I(I conveniences; broad power to lay down regulations will b" guaranteed the return of

ninal could even have a There was only one child who black speck. I the nutrition unit; and rear Then they didn't copy magnIficent for the board to follow, their job without loss of sen*

personality, but deep I could not do the exercise cor And rushed out of sight, red to rangement and working over furniture I palaces; In deciding whom to select. The i| lorlty. Congress expresses its desire t

Ul, are his wrongsthat'sracter rectly. We really learned what his neck. which would come under There were no electric lights or army say It doe not Intend to I that state and local governmental '

or what he ac- the housing unit. take men who have dePf'ndentia -, subdivision follow suit. 9'
we wanted to learn from our "Ah ha, the running water, any
he Is thought spider, Private will be j
knows employer requiredto
and trip. Although the girls are Inter The father usually married off or who are employed Inessential

jn't you met people that -MIss Lilley, teacher. I A fine you're meal Juicy you'd and make big, for a ested In these projects and are his daughter; Industrial o r agricultural rehire conscripts, unless It I III '

I to you on sight but very anxious: to begin on them, But despite all this which we pursuit College students I Impossible or unreasonable for

[hen you found out who We have been studying about ,I very large pig; they are also eagerly looking know Is true probably will not be drafted. The them to do so. Draftee denied

illy were you would be stores in our room. So we planned 'I But You'll I'm make lucky In meals being until small; forward to the arrival of the I We know that home, then wasn't bill exempt: divinity students for re-employment can appeal to fed-

with them? : a visit to the stores. Before I my the when service. Physical fit i of eral court.
to be: !seen fall equipment they can really i blue; n s s

ery nice to have a per- we left school we discussed I perform experiments during class. It held comfort and recreation I i course will be considered.The I Debt protection: The bill pro

what to look for and made a estimates that after ,vides a moratorium on tax and
that everyone likes, butr Then his eyes grew larger and Its Importance wa the beginningof army
| Is worth more to you toy store. brighter, New Teachers our nation.It defer r merits' for thee reason Insurance charge for which I q:

the personalities in the On our trip we were accom "Even the king couldn't be was a place where people there will be about 4.500,000 able- ,draftee are liable during the

panied by Mrs. Lawson and Miss I righter' William floynton Ktephen wanted to go; bodied, single men from whom to training period. f

Jack Halle. Betty Green. First we went to He thought, for the trap was Somewhere around the year But now we aren't sure, you elect. Each mate and localitywill Cost of program: estimated by "

the A & P Store and met Mr. filled 1915 (I'm sorry girls but I Just know; be given a quota In proportion army at 11,000.000.000 annually.

I The Seniors Prevatt and Mr. Edwards. We And the fly was waiting to be couldn't get the correct age. He If* Just a place to eat and sleep to the total man-power It Voluntary enlistment: Any person -

were shown bow coffee is ground. killed wouldn't talk either) In the town And sometime mother Isn't one register Those to be drafted I between the age of 18 and W

LOUISE PRINCE We bought something from the of Bartow a handsome baby boy who'll keepIt will be mostly tingle men with 33 Is I given the opportunity to

i year of our Lord, one store and then we went to seethe Imagine his surprise and consternation wag born to Mr and Mrs. Waldon tidy because she might not be unimportant jobs or no Job*. I enlist for one year.

nine hundred and rabbits and chickens at Sis- Stephen.They; named him William with father; I Appeals: Board will be set -

.bree, the thirty-first day trunk's Feed Store. One rabbit When all around seemed to give Boynton:! Stephens, better Yet, still) In this modern day I'd up to hear appeal from men For sale Adding Machine said

{first month there entered was so excited he jumped out of ovation known a* Bin. | rather I who wish to contest selection by Typewriter Ribbon at Telegraph

i cold cruel world an In- : the cage. The last visit was the To see the wary spider filled Hi school education began at Live and travel I t. unknown, i the local draft boards. office

,-tio was named Sadieafter I Ten-Cent Store'which was very with grief the Bartow School where Tie also 1] treacherous road

her grandmother. I exciting. We looked at numerous Because his den was filled with j graduated. During ILls High Because there' more excitement: Cool Meals For Hot Days' ,

pill took place in Mobile, articles but loon went to leaf. I School years he won a Scholarship with the heavier load.

Although born in Ala-\' the toy counter. We bought toys -Marjorie Thompson. [ which enabled him to inter By Katharin Fisher I '

Sadie claims Florida as for our room and as we were 'the University. He went to the "If you've found the mart who
Once there braveas
was a spider as
Dlfttlff, Good llemritfit JaUri.f.
i state. At the age of leaving. "Mr. and."*"Mrs." -"" Priest. gave could be. j University of Florida four and stole your car, why don't you getIt 41,
I moved to Miami, Florae Jus candy. one half back ?"
His ambition was a smart one years. No matter to what. height the family has to
soars, ,
in Miami she -Miss Middleton, teacher. I "I'm for him mercury your
living: While at the University he belonged waiting to put on
as you will see, eat. You can do much to keep them In the mood for food and to make 9
|a little excitement by get- His Invisible web he sets for a to the Alpha Tcu' Omega I a new set of tire.." the dot day more bearable both for them and for you, (if you have

t Police Station. Fromhe Billy Edwards came to our Then the fly flys by and is of the F. Club are students! who harm you if you carry a white Even the most heat-worn appetite picks up at the r t

moved to Homestead, I' room last week, making thirty! like have been awarded the letter F walking stickTenderfoot." ., rgj sight of efreshinf food daintily nerved, so humor your
caught a
1 where she attended pupils. sap. as recognition of meritorious. ser- : "Yeah, but how family a bill! Serve fruit frequently/ too; aa a 1'01"rf'JI.slad '

mil she was eight. I I Mrs. RItch is reading a book Quietly the spider crawls up for twice In athletics, either as player ;fast do I have to carry (It?" I ,'.r 1 served after the main course or instead of a den. ; ,i
II :;;t'rt. or in fruit-juice drinks. Tempt listless appetite
Prince often tells this caned "Our Neighbors." We are his catch. or as managers of major sports ,j I .ft/ with .I'"etablen/retabl. simply cooked but artfully
.
i Sadie,, which happened learning that we could not live Then the poor fly goes out likea He was player on the football PUS i seasoned; vegetable crisp and cool in sal!:'ale.?

e was a little? tot. A without our neighbors. When wehave' flash. team, baseball, and! boxing. ),[r, 1 It I j a: Then there are soups It !Is. always well for rrrdigestion's d I ;;t tt
the of the
was praising a beautiful finished reading it, we are One day the spider was especiallysmart. Stephens boxed In the SouthEastern was night IlJgh'School nit-1 e sake to include at least one hot dfo't Inan ,

o was in the car with going to visit as many of these Conference Tournament, graduation and I was tr* otherwise cold summer meal. An easy. war tvt

rnce. The woman wasj|''neighbors as we can. and then i He thought the bright day witha held at Tampa during! the year ting there on the platform while! '+t you to take care of this Is to serve one of the sr.vory 1 1

|lie child how pretty she i)jwe win make a large picturefor I fly he would start 1939. From the 1939 Seminolewe the speaker voice rose In crescendo canned soup .* a first course Or if you tree 'a
and fell off to pianissimo. I tIt hot main dub!. and crave something' rtelifiouajr cool I
the little girl would our room. We win name the I r j' quote, "Bill Stephens pulled KATHASINC rifHI first a
for the Jltie
course why not serve a tec.somme :>-
Hy from her every time. I picture "Our Community." He wove his web strong and then 'the Surprise Package of the was hot and the speaker had I I i"/e' .r ? You don't have to make It yourself' you

sudden Sadie moved over -Mrs. Ritch, teacher. ret his trap. j'j,I Tournament by punching all been talking: for a number of mln- ,[ 1-.41:.jtin..a't: : know, for it come In cans and baa only to, fc* t

woman was and yanked Then he settled down for a quIet opposition to capture the SouthEastern ute* before I began to listen to I thoroughly chilled before *..rvintr.Serve .v

press to get her attention llth Grade News little nap. ,{ Conference light-heavy what he was saying "Have you some of your meals outdoors If you ran. or In the coot "I

t raid 1's Sadie My Aroused from his clumber he weight crown. This was Bill's I ever gone through a door In a the porch It will i be a welcome chance from routine. Her are some
I store? What did recipes to help you.
I softly crawled department> you
says pretty Is as pretty Seems that 11W just can't learn I first year In the ring and his
d1 does pretty, I does.** to be quiet. Miss Woods finally ,Toward the web where the fly I fighting heart brought him see printed on It?" he thundered .SL'ITKK: iMFK: THE: TKEES
would be bawled. Then not expecting: an answer he
Homestead she moved toFUe. had to arrange the students In I I i through the Tournament with a Sliced Tongue
proceeded. "Push! 'Push! That
where she was the alphabetical order. My. my. such But Lo, dear friends the spider I I titte." I what HornRa" Sauce
was saw and I am -
I terror of I This Is his second of you goIng
the block-. 0I'tln mean "younguns. was shocked << year Scalloped Macaroni and Cheese Y
? into fights I I teaching and coaehmg. His first to tell you my young friend Sliced ToreaUw' and 9
Hear Freeman and Buddy were To see no dead fly there on the that the door to success bear Cucumber
entered school In Brad- i year was. at Ocoee BuU..r Chiffon/ Pie k.
In Georgia Sunday. Reported seeIng spot this o .
gh In the | Coach likes an athletic, buntIng same sign. It will not openof '
fourth I -
grade.ay plenty of good-l o o kin K Now as you see, a brave spider' Itself. Ton must push if Iced TaIforeRMlib .
at recess or dinner Not the kind fishing, dancing, and also you
Georgia peaches. was he \i expect to the door. Bear
I open Sauce
Sadie and girl basketball. We are really <<
a gang of you buy in cans though. Just a little too brave if you this In mInd-" There much r
log cart wheels all over Saw plenty of the Juniors and atilt me. *[ glad to find a man coach that I wa 17,11 4r Geed 1I."Jll ,.g 1",1 t'1r.

I grounds. She had to other school kids too at Lawtey -Geraldine SHcox. likes girl basketball. We also I more of this but finally we got .. l..akn..sa. w..swss sad ._ k.s ,. ...,... I.11
l the our diploma t6 a _.. saw I w.... ....... ..
Idea of doing stunt Jubilee hear coach like secretaries and .... anetW ....., .......
Friday night. Looks like the I I I waeMUM 1 Me.. _..d.
!ort her back and had to Hillbillies' went off The spider I* ambitious he was seen' one day with a That summer I worked at home 1 "-_ treas.. w .. r.. ears w..1.rd ,

Plaster cast for about I with program But his aim is not mallcioo blonde from the State Farm.) HI*Non the farm aDd pushed.. At firs -- -... t.wa -...-

tha. To top a bang. happens by I:dislike are> quite a few but the the horses were surprised but whir W a..w .et" I.'''. aM.a. u... lid. Ie ... _, ___ .... '
that When fly
off a
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Several Juniors were asked: Ie ._.r s..y ._ty. ta..s tf.u.oe __ ........,
her tonsils out for'' the "What do dislike most?- Mr. Spider thinks of pie main one are: conceited people, later accepted the situation com ..... ......- nN ..." ... r .w+ww.ww4 wwtud.Or __ .s..al.
you ,._.. .. r
''me. ahe e4 .fink ..f.k++aw __
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tastier dishes. and loxlc (Don't blame placently. pushed the plow, 1 I w..wl
And Is after the *; you ... .
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Here are the answers they gave: I N .n.antt.54 .Q e+ T1I-e .... _... ....
!eat frightened I pushed the cultivator. I a.d .1 _. a.._ env
she's ever Eunice S.-"Bir flirts" coach pushed .. ...... anew a no. Y MY.1... war ..M afMM _.. 1
Ia_ castle -
lDe time the In his lpun- He likes Starke and Bradford and the WMld nasal ba..k_
turned over I II -
Freeman "Walking. fatterseete1s.41j
car she was driving had M. "Short boys." He has no host or vase! I High and the boy say. be h a N i By fall .th'.; calve of my l legs PIe
out Emmalyne But his eyes snap to look in his ITeo.1 .. C..J ff..ufs.pmg I.m",
good coach.The girls to
seem bad
doubled
"Work." hi size. I wore a size ._.. ..
94W Douglas- V- .. .. w..l" wse w _
mountains for the Shirley M. "Grouchy'teach. trap think 110 too.) I I 17 1-2 collar. The muscle of 1 Hra ii.w .h.n 1 .wr .wee vas

thla summer when she ers." So off he goes We are very pleased to have [my mighty arm bad long since I pus. ........ a ...r.i.4... __war
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Knoxville Tennessee. Opal P.-"Raw oysters and conceited i For his fighting clothes. coach with us this year and we { bunt the sleeves of my Sundaysuit. .. :. .: ':.::;-.' .. ....

ekyed i the country but and know he will make good with Hunt knots of muscle I __ _....* H .Mt .asif.
die liked people. Between the earth sky boys and girls. 1 .. 1..qa.. lane[, **.*.* % .. m-*K.. ewera..a
good old flat Leaton M. "Girls." On a web. watching a fly gathered la solemn conclave on .
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t te mM .** a _ta. *- .
country Wto. I.
er.diA. r'.f
the best. I Dot G. -"Bugs, snakes. and A wily old spider nice and fat my spacious back. All this and -. -.... .b..d. MM ....d..Mv..tie. AM Miwr .... -..

Catnenil1e graduate lIbe plans mean boys." On his spun glasa cushion tat.He 8th Grade News plenty more but I needed new .Un...""ease. ale*...s..w."* <_M ... M<...ai TM....MM. __w.irS-si.... red t,.MM eU.ty S*-Mtf+..* A44.
and take a "Conceited people." raiment so I betook myself to ..- tola >*. .....Ml.M4 .wra kM _, r- _n*
Edwin W. Lea
e toune.to J Ida Lee C.--"Cross people." had been waked up from his Monteea' Warren was visiting'!; the Big City to do the Job. ... .**.. CMI .., ors (M *.ta_ M. m-iJLL xU.T w

.lIows dance drive a car, Betty S.-"Tellow." nap: \tin Palatka Sunday afternoon. I All the way to town the giant A NEW TWIST O:> FISH

Uld SWIm, "Health Hack A.-"Home Economics."//NOW' quietly be watched DJs trap. They say Eva went' to Graham I witch engine that pulled the milk
above all she likes "School in August Suddenly, upon bill prey b* Sunday Bet she had fun. I train seemed to be saying. "Push Tomato J.ie*
J. E. D.
Furniture Store With and leapedIt if Luciie Bowers said she en- I., push. push. posh pu h." Yes indeed Seafood CM T... fj Potato Fran

t good furniture. Joe no Allen holidays.L."Being broke." wasn't a fly-Just deceit? Joyed a good nap Sunday afternoon it paid to pusb. Soon I Battered Creep B
Selma T.-"Setf-pralsed people -Xae Parker. and wondered why she would walk into a department C.ataeop.

Notes Garland G.-"When he's minus "wasn't nodding in school: Monday''I store and see the doors our Iced Ta

ne: a car and dumb girls." Laugh A Little I If morning i speaker had mentioned. At last Seafood Caaserote In Pouta Framer

Flaher I So many people. are wearing < my heart leapt up a* I beheld ..
wu visiting Elsie Bell G.- "School. I l7eu. ar c..J ".." ,)i., 1.'I I.u1 '
Cove Springs Public speaker did not always ; Jitterbug shirts. They most t.eI the largest mot eolkmal department .
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Saturday. : Frank C.-"Some girls. f err 1 ._ e w..a..e..w -
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Dorothy> Dtlavan, spent Velma N. "History." drink water to help their orra-; on sale at UK ten cent store. ji | store to the world. a tar IN ... prww a __ reefs "

!-end &t home ta Fettumrrew Gee, If* really hot for us tory. The story Is told of Daniel i Lora Crew went to Gainesville With arm outstretched I walkedup r awe w..re a sere awe eas p.w.

: Parents, cbiDun" to be coming to school. Webster, who always sipped amking. r I|I Sunday. to the first door I came to -- --- -

.";. spent Sunday la"S but we keep learning anyway. I I glass of milk while :': The other day I bought aa Jc* I II ;and pushed. There was a clatter I I sea. .-...-.a..- 'Ia a e.w..w >

Labor Day. Is a flee .'Before an important oration a I Ij I If |I cream cone and when I got I r of glass. A crowd quickly gathered = :.... l, a win
Monday '/ whiskey '* 11 and there I 1 1s. __ __ .1. ii, ... .
Ice
spent> the week.Crews. day to start th* month off. We" !f j practical. Joker poured some through eating the cream stood one leg v M.eM..1w..a.
new month in the milk. There cam ail!:I took the con back aM said inside the building but moat of sew.. .... w a rd..ea -. Di..ia atone .dd
bop to make this .. w tti a r.
n. eaw -
sa .
anet Margie Mathews better than last one. I pause in the oration a sip oft Thank for Jetttr.g m borrow 3 m* out and right on a level with ... -. w.wd. w __ _a o._ www__s..sw.M.16 aw,.,- i
Ocala look aad then mi the little What do o my eye, attached to the door -.a..ad w -d .r Mew r _
1Wnday reporters. milk-* queer cup. jr was .. .. -w.
011 bud -Velma A Selma w -- .new hw.reed.. r :....- -
mac* longer .t.. A* Webster?think That man laughed at n a mgn with Ux word -Pull. So --.- saw tar L a r..r _. .... 'f ,

Gd a Pent the week- Dot Williams wad to Green felt' the flrey 'fluid pere. arm sot gulag to buy any 8''I hunted up a Job I thought 11 W w-_ -_ Taw ta..IMw std _- s Wh r Mw _.w..e. w ,'.

CoTe Springs Sunday afternoon ,I down his throat, b* whispered.Lord ice cream from him. would like( married the bout t........=... .::::;. .. .w.-.e..wa LL. -.:: ;d.w ia.r tna.a-: (T
Ow!" and draped -Dot WUbams A Lucil* Bowen I Irepone daughter and work J i..e..a.d .n..i w. w.r a ... ti
what went to .
1-'y spent headache from a are .
Sunday in Bet she bad a -- w r- M..a __ w a M .4 ... /. '
the glas I ,.. N Icn P. Bard. N .. -. w. M..... ._ .... sa.w :
looking so hard. -- .. ... ,
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IJ 3 i 3 ,811',;I SOCIETY and CLUBS l An ,: \ May Reunion Family

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Miss Fugate, :Mr.: Darby Alvarix Whitfield Young Married Couple : Monday Labor /a
Honored At Party reunion. 81 theirsE
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Are Married S. L.. Alvarez of Starke and J Santa Fe and
At
i In Home Ceremony Mills) WAnda Fay Wlhltfleld! of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore and M67A enjoyed a """"a
Baldwin were married in Lake Mrs. Chester Wise entertained at : bountiful<
lei) Dignity and simplicity marked Butler on: August 22 In the office the home of Mr. and Mrs. Moore ) present
uti4 the wedding of Miss Virginia Fu- of the justice of peace. Theyare Wednesday night in honor of Mr. May were hesidet lh,
gate: daughter; of the late Mr mAtlftlt') their home In Starke and Mrs. S. L. Alvarez whose +A I I i and : Mr, end lilt

e::4?: and Mrs. R. M. Fugate, and where Mr. Alvarez Is employed marriage took place August 22. I Mrs family R, of f
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Charles Arthur Darby, son of at Jink's lunch room and fill- The rooms where the guests La., May a!!
Mr
t';, le "t "1 Mrs A. M. Darby and the late ing etAlton. were entertained were decorated I l I of Hampton, and MI1 i
Mr. Darby, at four o'clock Sun for the bride Mill
with lovely gifts of
day afternoon in the home of the Auxiliary To ;Meet and several tables were covered : I Theresa! ,
P s y bride's uncle and aunt Mr. and i ,
lt"' Nw with lovly gifts for the bride. ''; I and sane, -
Mrs. J. F. Colley. The Rev H. L aieV Auxiliary of the the'
The The center of attraction was Miss Brow I
it r A. Spencer, pastor of the Meth Presbyterian Church will meet bride's table, covered with a lace ', Jacksonville Martha }

P w' 1, odist Church, assisted by the Rev. Tuesday: afternoon at 3:00: o'- cloth, and centered with a three- ", I Brownlee ; Mr. n4 I:
''' 'A, E, Llghtfoot, pastor of the clock at the home of Mrs. RoyMathew tiered cake, iced in white and topped ',m.. Dr J. w and dud
.:, Baptist Church, officiated at tbe \."
_. with a miniature bride and ,1"'Jy'" \ *, J. E Wlin ud J
y impressive ceremony in the presence Mr,. M. David, president, bridegroom.The -,"+. "' Mrs. W L. i
of members of the immediate Wall
will piysjde over tU e business guests were entertained r "' .' l' aJI

a,, families. meeting "lidIra J K. Q. Duncan with games and contests and each Brownlee had t the
decorated for .
a The rooms were will prva nt the program. Mrs. one wrote a word of advice for all of her PrtVlii
the occasion. with a profusion of W. A, $0nriawi will hive charge the young couple in the bride'sbook : and II'8ndcI
white asters, gladioli, white roses of the devotional( ( service. her w.fhreate. il'andcbUttl{
and fern. In the living room an -..... exceptiO
Late in the evening refreshments Mrs. Hugh
Improvised altar was formed with home Ire with her uncle and Brown1ee.i
cake of New
% of punch and were >
It'' a background of giant I ferns. aunt Mr, and Mrs. Colley, for ,
: d and Mrs. c\
served to the following guests
;u"i i tt a' Flanking either side were tall the past several. years, is a graduate sons M. S
; of Washing
t standards and floor baskets of of Bradford County; High Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond, I ; Mary
'I'' white asters gladioli and tern School. Site attended Florida Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cone Mrs Mo., and Brown!* It

i' Lighted white tapers in silver State College for Women In C. Whitfield, Mr. and Mrs. Laurie three little Mrs A. C. l

r' candelabra cast a soft glow over Tallabc 4ee where she was McKinney, Mrs. Ira Wilson, Mr J D.r. ft
the entire setting. pledged to the Zeta Tau Alpha and Mrs. C. M. McKinney Mrs. t and 1
w While the guests were assembling sorority, for tile past few months R. S. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I : ; present I sIn ;Loo,

_ Mills Marjorie Stump, pianist, she hlJ:1eeo.: in the business of- Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs.
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i, presented an appropriate program fice of Levy's Department Store : Ernest Phillips, Mr, and Mrs. Ed r'' I
of weddl'tg music. As a processional in Jacksonville. Weldon Miss Verlina Phillips, p' HOME
rt the "Bridal Chorus" from Miss Wilma Napier, Miss Beatrice
Mr. P(rby, a graduate of B. r
"Lohengrin" was used, while durIng H. S.. attended the University of Cagsels, Mrs. L. B. Alvarez, Mrs.
the ceremony Shumann'a Merrill Edwards Mr. and Mrs.
Florid In Gainesville, where he
"Traumerel" was softly played. was a member of Delta Tau Delta Harold Carden, Mr. and Mrs. R .. GLADLY FIBMSB
The bride, who was given In
L. Kemp.
and Tulane UniversityIn
Fraternity
marriage by her uncle, J, F Col A FREE EST!
New Orleans, La. He Is In
ley- had an her matron of honor ::" ANY
Ladies
partnership/ with his brother, J. Presbyterian rLVMIUXQ
and only attendant, her twin sister
Mrs. James Richard WainWright Morgan party in the A. M. Honor Mrs. Drownlee HKAT1NG JOB

and Mr. Darby had as his Darby rocery.
Among tbe out-of-town guests :Members of the Ladies' Auxi- William Harris Van Sickel, \
beat man, Dr J. W. Brownlee.The .
matron of honor was at were: Mr*. H C. Rlcharde, liary of the Presbyterian Church Dale Van Sickel of North i : & lJ1nrliyt

tired in a becoming model of Charles Darby of palatka; Mr surprised Mrs. S. fi. Brownlee Mrs. W J. Epperson and the ,I &
rocky blue crepe with which she and Mrs
wore blue accessories. Her flowers M81'.1.) F. eightieth' birthday anniversary.The cast aspersions on the intelligence
were a corsage of pink rose lip Maguire and daughter
buds. Sue, Washington, D. C; Mrs. C. ladies met at 3:30: o'clock of a pilot you'd say he didn'thave I

The young bride was, lovely In W. Cb.lt} r, Charles William and 1 at Mrs. Brownlee's home and sense enough to get up ;;
an early Fall costume dress of John Cftajker, Mla ffllse!: Jones, brought many lovely gifts. above the rain! Oft

soldier blue silk crepe, featuring' and Darby Jones, Gainesville: Mr I Summer flowers, zinnias pre- Glad to see ,W. E. Bryant back I I

a hip length Jacket. Her small and MCA. J'. (i. Fugate, Miss Ruby 'dominating, formed a lovely setting so soon from Mayo Bros. Clinic 45 lb.
hat and other accessories were In rugate, Jon: and,Mrs. A I. Spencer for this delightful affair. Says he has the same troubleas I b

a harmonizing shade. She worea and daughter Annice, Mr. I, in the late afternoon Mrs. J. the King of England 3.08
corsage of bride's roses and and hire. Carl Chunbllu, and M. Brownlee served delicious refreshments Well, that must be SOME conso- I

lilies of the valley. C I a u il t Alvarez Jacksonville; of punch and home- lation: anyway :

Mrs. Colley aunt of the bride, Merrill McMillan, Cocoa. made cake. Pardon me if I seem to run a
i chose a blue and white silk crepe temperature, but never have I
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print and wore a shoulder bouquetof ; witnessed such Incredible transformation .

pink ro ebu/s./ I I in surrounding environment -
Carolyn Callstreet
j Mrs. Darby, mother of the as has been taking place In.

bridegroom was becomingly attired -.- tbe last month ., And the thingis ZI
in a street length model of verybody's, ,go In' at such a |
white lace with white accessories. Greetings I, C-Street; An' thass not all Thursdayof pace" Anything that gets DowUng."T'_ -- -.--- .-
ell. Her corsage was of pink rose Course you weren't anymore last week the same sizzlln' built, or torn, down or what- I
buds. surprise! than I was at the In- twosome put on a floor show at have-you, ,Is done s o doggone 'I I E I'kI

Immediately following the ceremony wincibl Gel: 'Munaiwa! /' walkin' Fanning Springs, crossing the quick! Co a-Cola8 have already : I
: an informal reception was off aga.lt with the tennis tourna- eyes ,of thousands of lookers-on- replaced"Fords In J. w. + -- -

held. 'J'he"bride's table was cov- ment gold cup He's had it ners ,, ., Ferrol;will compete for Andrews' former place Well, I'I
ered with a handsome Italian cut. so long,2'spec he'll soon start first place in tappin' at Ocalu anyway, they do haVe the Fords lb. 9
'work cloth'and centered with an us In' It' for a shavby mug Sattldy out and the Inside is 1 being I

arrangement of white asters and Buddy Iiehop! provided his last "Little Jimmy" Hollingsworth cleaned They're simply whiz-
roses. Circling the floral piece and hottest competition, keepin'Mr. will be the nex' bachelor to take zin about like' scared bats out
were lighted white tapers In silver M. on 1ls i toe, to say the leave of his single blessedness of purgatory I i SPk

holders. The three-tiered wed- least . Unnerstand the lucky gal Is Unnerstand the minute the old i Starch -10 1

ding cake placed at one end of Another thing that Impressed way down yonder from Lakeland P. O. Is vacated, the spot will I l
a the table was daintly embossed us all j ta the fact that Marjorie Sigh sigh An' here I be transformed into a grand and I S Tall r

,'s in white and a delicate shade of Stump hAil rhythm--even on the was all the time glorious grocery Good spot 25

f'' green. A large punch bowl, surrounded i tennis court Does a jitterbug Charles and Virginia became all right But I know I'll be -
by dainty white rosebuds act with ev ry: serve an' abso- Mr. and Mrs. as scheduled Sun- duckin' in for the next six months I
and fern was placed at the other i I lutely no increase in the price of day afternoon and headed south- ask In' for a three-cent potato

di end of the table. 1 admlssliM J ., Jn fact, her swing- ward Haven't had a card Hard to break the habit of 15 5
After the cutting of the cake serve U only exceeded by her yet so can't tell you where they buyln' your stamps at the same I 'e of ] ,

by the bride fruit punch and cake t etalwart-Atance when on the rat went, but Unnerstand they ex- window for X years J at lOc
'were served Mrs. A, pected to hit the first I
by I. Spencer celvln' end!! But thass all Tampa night
r and Miss Frances Peek I right Motf .You get there Burrhead McMillan drove all Thought after reading OscarLevant's ) ,
"A
After spending some time with jus! the Dame .. the way from Cocoa to see the Smattering of Ignor.ance" Qua
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Darby I I Somebody asks If the tourna- weddln' well done : A lot of people think 1 Jelly 20
left for a motor trip through the ,merit brought to light any budding Ripping Riddle: "What's the Oscar Is witty, I but:> few are quiteso 'I' -

southern part of the state. :,I Donald Budges Couldn't difference between a vision anda himself firmly. convinced. as Oscar, Pomn

The bride who has made her says as to that But I did sight? Answer: In the -1
Well, so long See you at
see several plump young things evening the wife Is a vision; in
the Co-Ed box
in shorn who might nave passedfor the mom in' she's a sight If supper nex' Friday

LAFFIT-OFF Donna Bulge If you get you're afraid to laugh, men-It night Can't decide whetherto $$9
box
what t Mean proves you're henpecked pack my with rattlesnakemeat M
or chltt'llngs s Anyhow, I
Speaking bugs that jit. Fer- Comes now a lament from a
rol Jone!! ant Stanley Noegel harassed mother who asks that I guarantee that the ,guy who .
gets it will be .
pom
have jived!! their way to fame, If her name be withheld. She writes:: surprised TLL
not fortune Won second "1 wish you'd give all the girlsa I Whoops! Thass why they Coffee-23
call me the Incorrigible
place I 10. an amateur jitterbug hint that In buying their lip CarolynC.
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contest l&st Sattldy night In stick to get some than won't OR No- Can JJ/
Ocala Unnerstand the stage rub off so easily, or either be C.
was sns kln' and sparks were more careful about getting close Beans
flyin in the spectator eyes ,. to boy friends' shoulders. It is W. S. C. S. Charter Meet

I bad enough on the .shirt--but oh To Be Held Soon 1
dear", wouldn't it be awful on his c.'s'5
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coat! The Rev. H. A. Spencer, pas- h
All 'my sympathy to you Mrs. tor of the Starke Methodist z

N.-The problem must be a greatone Church, is urging each and every
PNO Indeed to a mother with a woman who is a member of his
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e.r. son as handsome as your's church to be present at a "Charter POUIS l
n. Annorjr7am.. i Personal nomination for cornIeSt Meeting" of the Woman's Chops

do leap and roar recording of corniest song by Society of Christian Service on Pot
Ty'r. gutting corniest band of the Monday September 9, three.
year: Kay at
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Kyser's platter of "The Palms otParadise" o'clock in the Methodist church. Mixed -
Sat don't__ -
you '
Aim and B This meeting marks the be-
p CUM j
For LaHIt Off't Do you really want to know ginning of the new year in mis'I ;
inland It, USI "Who's Yehudl?"-The burning Islonary activity., and Is the first
question that seems to be worry- of its kind in the Starke church
WONDER HE SMILES ing everybody on the radio nowadays since the merger of the three <
r HAROLD I 1 C. WALL I jus' found out great bodies of Methodism. All .J
lie Eats Regularly But don't tell anybody I told ya loyal Methodist women in Starke

At The He's the little man who turns will make it a point to be peasant -
GENERAL P INtURA- out the lights at the tennis courts at this meeting on September9th.

= VOU HAVE.PLEAS6 Or Blossom when you forget to put a quarterIn | 2
Print
PHONE xlge eOrchids ,

Cafe I to Paul Knight (here Young People Invited

_ _ .I V UI .....-.- I on a brief vacation this week) I I To B. T. U. ServiceThe
who somehow manages to retain 20''

his Starke Fla., accent in spite Baptist Young People's

1 : I of living In Noo lark for so longa Union invites the young peopleof
USED
CAR BARGAINS
time Quite different from the community to meet with I
some of our expatriates who return them Sunday night at the church
1937-1-Door Dodge DeLuxe Sedan. Perfect Condition I with a broad A and a narrow to discuss the topic for the day, I.

Heater, Trunk Etc. Only ____..........___.?,?.. 129.00 0 after a few weeks in the "Character Determines Influence." e s t

1936-Internationa] Pick-Up Truck .___..___ 210.00 big city The opening period will be directed -
ROIl and Jack Williams flew by the president while
OTHER USED CARS IN PROPORTION back from their trip to Indiana- the discussion period will be in

polls .'Rosalind says she swore charge of Miss Jttielle Hutchlngs, 2.0
he never would, but she did group captain. 'Discussions will .
Richard &
Hamiter-Willys DealersSTARKE Every time it started to rain, the be by Miss Hutching' Miss Fan-
pilot would climb a few thousandFeet nie Silcox, Miss Doris Crews Miss >

FLORIDA and get up above>the clouds Eloise Bullock Miss Gladys Johnson uti...
'I .. Evidently If you wanted to and George Silcox. Quail


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-=--BITS of LOCAL NEWS 1 Dr. and 'Mrs., H. Mason Smith I Miss Kitty Hogsed, of Jackson I Baptist W. M. S. Circles her husband has lost a sweet,

and son, Mason, Jr., of Tampa ville, spent the Labor Day holiday I Have Meetings noble. Christian Companion and
were guests last week-end of Mr. herewith Dr. and Mrs. W. B. : helpmate; her children have lost
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-=--- ---- -- -- -- -I and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. Parks. Circle) No. 1 of the Missionary the protection, guidance, counsel

E Knight wall profes- Mr. and Mrs. L.. A. Davis Mr.I 1 Mrs. G. H. Bennett spent the W. Kincaid at Kingsley Lake. Society of the Baptist Church and wonderful xample of a lov-

t' to paatka] Monday. Sunday in Fernandina with week-end in Jacksonville with her Mrs Hulda Corpening of Mont- met Tuesday afternoon at the ing Christian mother; and the

visitor Davis) mother, Mrs. Mary son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnell and sons. gomery, Ala::, la the guest of her home of Mrs. Q. W. Alderman on community has lost an upright
spent the Davis. Mrs. Randolph Boree. Johns. L. G. Powell, honest, conscientious citizen; a.'v'h
W Kincald Corbin and Gene, have returnedto sister Mrs. Charley Walnut St Mrs
J. Jacksonville with ---- their home In Ormond after a circle leader, presided over the Whereas, by her passing Circle

nd In Mr. and Mrs. John McDowellof Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns and I. visit here with Mrs. Carnell's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards business meeting and read the Number Three of the Starke Baptist -

Jacksonville spent Labor Day children returned Monday from Mr. and Mrs. F. A Scott. and daughter. Fredrlka, Mrs. /27th Psalm. The Bible lesson Women's Missionary' SocietyIs
--Hoover and son, here with Mr. and :Mrs. John Tampa, where they visited Mr. Frank G. Bauknight and daughter was followed by prayer offered broken; we have lost a faith-

Frank,, spent Sunday after- Uglow. and Mrs. J. A, Martinez. i I Mr. ;d C.: W-rd had Jane Merrill, of Jacksonville I by Mrs. Alderman.It ful member; we miss her pres- '
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courageous
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as their Labor Day guests Mr. and Merrill Struth of Macclennywere was announced the mission
In F1orahome._ Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, Friends of A. E. Wall, Sr., will.. Ward's son-in-law and daughter guests Sunday of Mr. and study will be held at the churchon prayers, her devotion and loyalty
I Christ at all times and her
today Paul Knight, spent Wednesdayand regret to learn that he 1s confined I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ward, and Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Kate September 10th. to

MvIDtriwithreturned brother, Thursday at Jacksonville to Riverside Hospital in I their three children, of Orlando. Struth. The Personal Service committee abounding Christian Influence; 'I
) Beach. I Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved I
in Arcadia. Jacksonville because! of illness. has for Its project for this month,
Davis I Mr and Mra. S. T Dell and Vote for W. I'. Smith Sr.. for obtaining clothes for the needy, That we extend our heartfelt

U A. Duncan of Miss Maxine Noegel spent last Mr. and Mrs. Carr Colley and daughter, Miss Olive Dell have Major, Sept. 10.-((1M. Pol. Adv.) especially for school children. sympathy to the grief-stricken '.
Mrs. family In the great loss they have I.'
and week-end In Cedar
guests Mondayand Keys with two children of St. Louis, Mo.,, returned to their home in Gainesville At the close of the meeting them I.J
and remember
were sustained
me her Mr. and ; ,
Mrs K a Duncan. parents, Mrs. W. H. are guests this week of his par after spending the summerat Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Griffis Mrs. Alderman served her guests In '
our ;
prayers
-- Noegel.P. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley their cottage on Kingsley Lake. and son, A. Z. Adklns, Jr., left delicious refreshments of punch I
Be It Further Resolved, Thata
-; plumbing and yesterday morning for Charleston, and cake..
n smith and Forsyth.and E. Baggett of Williston lathe For dependable plumbing anheating Mr. and Mrs. George B. Fylnn S. C.. where the latter will resume Circle Two met Tuesday after- copy of these resolutions be
!are sent to the family, and a copy
g guest of his aon-in-law and see Smith and Forsjth. Mrs. L. M. Gray, Mrs. Dupont ; his studies at the Citadel. noon, at the home of Mrs. George thereof be the minutes -

Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Murphry, and Mrs. Harry Maeger Judge and Mrs. Adklns will go B. Flynn, with ten members present of Clrcje spread Number upon Three

Labor Day week-end at Williams. John Powell returned last week attended the funeral services Friday to the mountains of North Caro The devotional was led by Starke Baptist Women's Missionary

'Ick and St. Simons Island, from an enjoyable vacation spentin of Mrs. Turner in Jackson- lina for a vacation trip, stopping :Mrs. T. K. McClane, Sr., she Society.

Mrs. L. D. Vining left Wednes- Ashville, Ala., Chattanooga, I vJle.I first at Blowing Rock. used the 103 Psalm for her topic.
day morning for Dublin, Ga., to Tenn., Atlanta and Savannah, Mrs. R. A Thomas, Mission (Signed) Alma Hough, Leader

Hannah swln ell IB spend- i visit her parents, Mr. and l Mrs. Ga. I Ralph Rhodes, who Is attend- Mr. and Mrs. C.V.. Chalker, Study Chairman, read an article Circle No. 3.

?veral days In Jacksonville W. L, Joiner. ing the West Point training Charles William! \ Chalker and about our Jewish work In Palls- Ada Alexander, Co-Leader", "

Mr and Mrs. A. O. Wain- Mr. and Mra. G. L. Patten ol school at Fort McPnerson Ga., John Chalker, Miss Elise Jones, tine. She also urged all members Ruby Hayes, Secretary. :

Miss Martha Brownlee of Jack- Tallahassee\ spent Labor Day 1 11 spent Labor Day week-end herewith Darby Jones all of Gainesville, to attend the all-day study I Plans were: completed for the

-- -- sonville Is spending this month at week-end here as guests of Mrs!!. his mother, Mrs. D. A. Mon- Mrs. H. C. Rlcharde and Charles course to b.... held at the church nll-dny Mission Study to be heldin

and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Kingsley Lake with Mr. and Mrs.J. Patten't mother, Mrs. E. E. Can ,I teith. Darby of Palatka Mr. and Mrs Tuesday' September 10. the Church Annex on Tuesday, 1 t!

raoddaughter, Marjorie Sue E. Wilson.V. ova. Q. W. Marks and daughter. Marjorie The reports of the chairmenwere : September 10th.

eon( of Jacksonville, and I Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire and of DeLand were guests given for the year. After I After the meeting adjourned '
nd urn W. B. Mundy spent \ I' Smith, Sr., will appreciate Mr. and! Mrs Jimmy Seymorc I daughter, Sue of'Wat.htngton. D. Sunday of Mra. A. M. Darby the meeting the hostess served the hostess served delightful refreshments -
week at Dr. Mid- vote for of of Valdosta, Ga., last week .
days this your Mayor spent C., returned Tuesday night after refreshments. of brick ice cream

,,3 camp near Brunswick, St.a.rke.-I'd.( I'd. Adv.) end here with Mrs. Seymore'J, I enjoying a visit here with Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bayllsa Circle Number Three, met at and cookies.

1 I I parents, Mr. and ;Mrs. Nat Wil! Maguire's mother, dr.. A. :M. and daughter, )Evelyn of Jacksonville 3:30: o'clock Tuesday afternoon,

Mr. and Mrs Victor Thomas liams. I Darby. I II were recently visiting their at the home of the leader, Mrs. Rotarians Hear Judge

entaWordED of Jacksonville were guests Sunday II I I. cousin Mra. R. A, Thomas and H. L. Hough, with seven mem-

I of Mr. Thomas' mother, Mrs. Patsy Ruth Wainwright has re \V. P. Smith. Sr.--
E. M. Thomas. turned from Miami where she the people for Major.-(I'd. 'Pol. here, they visited Gold Head led by Mrs. Hough; prayerwas Orlando, a summer resident of
spent three weeks with her uncle Adv. Branch State Park. On their return offered by Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Kingsley Lake for the past five
TO TRADE Straw- Mrs. F. A. Canova and children and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. T ) they were accompanied home or six seasons' was guest speakerat
second-hand Mrs Sparks, secretary pro tern
runners for are spending this week at Clark. will the Club recently.
who
by Miss Thomas, spend Rotary
read the minutes of the last
[ clubs in good con- Miss Snookle Corpening has returned
of golf Mrs. E. E. Canova's place on a week's visit. During his Informal talk I he
See Charlie ,Cooper at of Talla to Montreat College at meeting which stood approved. It
n. Kingsley Lake. Marguerite Reynolds praised the lake highly, stating
moved and carried that all
IIP hassee has returned to her home Montreat, N. C., after spending was I Icurrf'nt that up untU the time he and his
Mr. and Mrs. William Nonlaleft
bills be this
paid, as was
with her
:Mr and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds after enjoying a visit at Kings- the summer months here "discovered" It did
family they 18
See Jeff for extended
For Sale. and Mrs. Wednesday an the last meeting of the W. M. U.
Senator
uncle and
aunt.
Starke, Fla. 8-30 2t Mrs. Bonham Johns and Mrs. C. ley Lake with Patsy Ruth Wale trip to Chicago. III., to visit his year. not know there was such a delightful '
E. Johns spent Labor Day at wright C. E. Johns. place in Florida. Judge ,
.. mother, and to Indtannopolla, ).I.,.. Sparks Chairman of thePersonal
YED-one black cow with Daytona Beach. Ind., to visit Mrs. Norris' twin Smith also discussed! some of the ;i ti i
spots. Marked: crop W. P. Smith Sr., will give' Dupont Murphry of Atlanta son, Bruce Dodd. From there Service Committee reported probable effects of Camp Bland- ''" ,

Ite bit one ear, and under Marlon Williams left Wednes- 100 percent sober and ChriKtlan Ga., spent the week-end here with they will go to San Francisco, that a large amount of ing on this community, and predicted fit

under bit in other. day for Washington, D. C., aftera administration as mayor.-(I'd. Mrs. L. M. Gray at Kingsley Calif., to attend the World's,Fair clothing and shoes and other necessities a bright future for Starkeas I

nded LG looks like LC. Re- visit here with his parents, Mr. Pol. Adv.) Lake. He was accompanied! home and will return home via New had been donated to the a result of this development. Ii"f
Starke.I I Mrs. Murphry1, who has been School for the needy children.
Id. Green's Store, and Mrs. T. S. Williams.Woodfin by Orleans, La. I "
3t to 9-20'' Mrs. R. Koolbeck has returnedto visiting relatives' here. i The following resolution was NEW RELIEF FOR '.i, '

Halle Mr: and Mrs. W. E. Bryant "Whereas, God, our Heavenly SOUR STOMACH 4
Barrows,
black
|lD-Two Beach spent Labor Day weekend'here week with her son-in-law and Dr George Scott of Lakeland
ut: 18 months old, unmarked. with his parents Mr. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holt was a guest over the week-end of returned Monday from :Mayo : Father, in order to carry out His Probably you know several
have by Identifying. Brothers clinic In Rochester, Divine plan, In His Infinite wisdom remedies to relieve acid stomachand
itr may zendorf. Mr.
Mrs. W. G. Halle. bis brother and sister-in-law,
R.'Conner, Starke 'Itp and Mra. F. A.I''Scott. He was Minn., where they spent the past I and goodness and! mercy and acld-lndlgestlon. Bisma-Rex.:
Mr. Bryant, who has love has called from midstto delicious antiacid
ten days. our a new tasting
and -
Ronald Sweat daughter
Griffin Miss Helen Mrs. from vacation I
Mra. O. J. Jiis home a
[SALE-/Good meat bogs at Ollie Mae Sweat, oi on way' been In ill health for some time, dwell with him In peace, hap- powder, acts four ways to give 'I
St. Miss
Cook, and Owen W. Griffin of : in Ga. '
[onable prlce.-F. M. Crews, of the first spent Clayton was told that he was suffering piness and eternal rest the spiritof you relief In a few minutes. It's
Sunday Lakeland were guests
Nand ltp Augustine were guests of the week of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin with a disease called "parklnson.." our beloved sister, Darner Tll- wonderful the way It helps you.
Mrs. E. 1. Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and It is a nerve disorder followingIn lie Sllcox; and Buy a bottle of Bisma-Rex for

-Black and white Lewllyner -- Johns. son, Jimmy, returned Monday to the wake of Influenza. He Whereas, by her pasting her BOc at the Rexall Drug StoreCarpenter' t
Reward if returned toy Mr. and Mra.-M. F. Turley and their home in Tampa after enjoying will undergo treatment at home. earthly family circle Is broken; .) Drug Store in Starke.
A.
Noegel at Torode Chev- little daughter, Clara Jo, and Mr. The Rev. and Mrs. H. Spencer a visit with Mr. and Mrs.

t Co., Starke. Itp and Mrs. Judd spent Sunday atJacksonvl1Je' are expected to return home I O. L. Beasley .and Mrs. J. W. I I I
.''Beach. today after enjoying a visit with I Kincaid at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. H. D. May returned to '
SALE-SecUona_bookcase, *> their son and daughter-in-law !in I her home Saturday after spending:

writer desk, bridge table Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd and Hollywood.Mr. Jack Williams two weeks in New Orleans, La., i I
111 chairs Lln-a-Time, 2 of- Mrs. P. E. Mr. and Mrs.\ of as the guest of her son and I
and
III, NOTICEWe
son, Richard
>chairs, single filing cabinet, Canova spent Labor Day week- and Mrs. John L. McDowell .. Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Clar daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R.I :

side bench home comfort Lake. of Jacksonville spent!! Monday .,ence NuHabaum of Jacksonville V, May. Mrs. May wan accompanied
large kitchen table, 2 end at Kingsley and Tuesday as guests' of and M.\ L. Stone of Tallahassee home by her son and.

te': mantels, small iron Friends of Mrs. S. R. Johns, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.,. I spent the week-end with Mr. and daughter-in-law and by a niece I I
.. Mrs. B Jacobs at Kingsley Lake.
-Mrs. J. L. Frazee, to learn that John Uglow.Mr. of her daughter-in-law's, Miss
rte, Jr., will be glad I I Patterson, also! of New
ltp she has recovered from a tonsil andfieu Shirley Have Moved The LocationOf
last FridayIn I and Mrs. G. C. White and II For dependable plumbing Orleans. Mrs May's guests remained
J SALE39 Chevrolet 2-door operation performed .'o"th.
heating Smith and the week-end and
in Jack- daughter Frances of Tallahasseespent over The Ford And It
(an. Will sell or tradeMrs.da St. Vincent's Hospital ; Dealership
their return trip Monday.
the week-end here as guests began
i Griffis, Starke. Itp sonville. and Mrs, I Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Kinchen,
of Mrs. G. W. Alderman
White. Miss Cleone Klnchen, Adrian and Is Now Located 1 Block South
J. W. Baptist Study ClassThere
Wayne Kinchen, of Jacksonvlll*

SEZ were week-end guests of MrKlnchen's Of The S. A. L. Depot. ..
NAT : Sue and Jean Beasley have re will be an all-day Study
turned to their home in Lake Al brother and sisterinlaw Class held at the Baptist Church,
Back In the good old days' If a Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kin
S. there fred after spending two weeks next Tuesday, beginning at 10

wait man no had doubt a big In automobile anybody's mind; with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beaalej chen. -.- a. m.A. We Are Now Ready To Render ;t
at Kingsley Lake. of the book: "T h e
l that fellow had a lot of money. Mrs. A. G. Hinson, Mrs. A. C study

+u /( Some folks still think' that way, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall and( Stuart and daughter, Miss Evelyn, made Heart under of the the Levant"direction will of the be You The Same High i Quality

but It's not M> now. The only Tuesday aft Stuart, of Ft. Lauderdale, who
J. E. Wilson spent
'difference between the man who ernoon In Jacksonville visiting A have been visiting Mr. and Mrs Rev. A. E. Lightfoot Service As We Did At Our Old
today and the: left Monday to visit There will be a covereddishlunch.
drives a big car E .Wall, Sr., who is confined tc F. F. Flume,
one who driven a small car is Riverside Hospital.Mrs. relatives in Jacksonville before Location. (
The bigger ,
the monthly payment. returning home.

the car, the bigger the pay- R. A Green and two children Baptist Intermediates
the man. Tlmew Mrs. G. W. Alderman accompanied (0.--_.---(0
ment, the poorer Robert Alexis and Lou, Enjoy Party
have changed. spent Monday in Gainesville with by her son-in-law and 1

Mra. Green's parents, Mr. and daughter, Mr. and Mra. G. C, The' Intermediate Sunday

Back To School Mrs. Y. A. Harris. White, of Tallahassee, attendedthe School Class met at the home of J. ANDREWS JR.
a funeral services of the late their leader Mrs. R. A. Thomas ,

With W. P. Smith. Sr., will cooperate A. D. Zacharias In Lake Butler Monday night at 8 o'clock, for a
with the people of Starke for Sunday afternoon. steak supper. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA.

the bout Interest of I3ie town. -- The guests were entertained by
"Tom Sawyer"Trousers Elect him.-(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Molpus left "Jerry," and her partner "El
Tuesday for Palatka where they mer."
Halle had will make their home. Mr. Mol -,-_.
G.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Those enjoying this occasion
as guests recently Mr. and Mrs. pus who Is connected with the I were: Misses Dorothy Alvarez, '
J. J. Davis and daughter Miss State Forestry Service, has being recently Ellen Mersereau Carrl-belle Ben- REMEMBER LAST WINTER ?
been transferred, after .
and Miss Doris Estes,
Nell Davis, nett, Ida Lee Cone, Geraldine 811-
.
!&V $1.49 to $2.98 all of Rutledge, Ga.. In this-area for several years. cox, Margaret Gilpin, and her Well its time now to get ready for the i
guest from Lakeland Do III I e
W. H. A. Lawson and
Mrs.
Mr. and
and
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe in Swete, and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. coming winter
the week-end
family
spent
children of Jacksonville spentSunday
u here with Mr. Rowe's Auburndale with Mr. Lawson's Buy Your Heaters From Us Now
Sawyer" Co-Ed Class Enjoys ,
"Tom
father, J. B. Rowe, and Misses parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Law- !' :.
son. They w ere accompaniedhome Box Supper At Park
Ruth and Edith Rowe. Aladdin K. Oil Heaters $14.95
by E. Lawson of WJnter '

: Shirts Mr. and Mrs.!! Kenneth Har- Haven, who spent several days Twenty-one: members of the Sheet Iron Heaters ____________ 1.50Cast :
and children have movedto here. Methodist Church Co-Ed Class

rington Lake City where Mr. Harrington enjoyed 1box supper at Gold Iron Heaters ______ ___ _____ 7.50

85cA has accepted a position with W. P. Smith Sr., will be fair Head Branch State Park Friday Stove Pipe 6" _j.: .20 '
all Mayor.-Pd.( Pol. Adv.) I
the Bell Telephone Co. to a* night. Mrs. D. P, Carpenter Is
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF teacher and sponsor of the class. I Stove Pipe, 6", 2 for _,__:_,'-__ __ .35 .

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight to W.Mrs.S. Stroman S. S. Dowling bad as and guests Mrs. The
ALL FROCKS $1.98 went meet their to Jacksonville son, Paul Sunday Knight of Sunday, Mrs.Jr.James Mrs.Godbold M. B. God-and the supper park at and the numbers picnic were shelter drawnto in Stove Pipe Ells, 6" ___ .25 ,::1

who spending son James ;
New York vacation'City, in Starke. bold, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Rena : determine fairly which man Galvanized Garbage Cans ,95 (, :

a short Evans of Norfolk Va., Miss Margery received which lady's supper box Weed Cutters .95 i r'
SCHOOL SHOES"Solid Johnson and Miss Mary Jean (and the pleasure of her company _._
L. Simmons,
and Mrs. J.
Mr.
with it.) Aladdin K. Oil <
who are staying In Miami, spent King of Tallahassee.. Lamps 4.95

Leather week-end here. They were I After supper folk games swimming Planet Jr. Hand Plows 7.75 :
the
.
back by Mrs. T. N. Mrs. V. S. St. John and daughter. and wading were enjoyed. __

Foot Wear Kendrick accompanied, who will visit them. Miss Alice St. John, and Mrs. Those present included Mr. and Handled Axes $1.75 to $2.50
for Mike Dew left Saturday for New Mrs. Fred Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Guy ,
The Children and New York Sale Mr and Mrs. E. L. Molpus. Ken-Rad I :
Miss Edna Hutto and Miss Canaan. Conn., Electric Lamps In All Sizes !4
SHoES Denmark of Jacksonville City. While In New Canaan :Mrs. Misses Lois Adkin Carol White ;, '".
Irene and Miss St. John will Evelyn and Marjorie Stump \
$1.39 Miss Carolyn Hutto of Columbia St. John
to $1.98STERNBERG'S' end, S. C., spent LabOr Day week- visit Mr. and Mrs D. Cbrl tlano. Joyce Woods Abbie Harley Myr- QUALITY SERVICE ; ,
Miss St.: John will remain North Ice Kllllngsworth, and Mrs. D. .
end here with Mr.: and :Mrs. Lv< S. ; '
and will attend P. Carpenter, and Elmo Struth. BRADFORDHARDWARKCO.
Hutto. While here'the party en- for the winter ; .,
school in Darlen Conn. Mrs. James Dennis. A. W, Anderson
Beach high
i to Daytona '
trip
joyed a J. 13. CARLISLE Owner
St. Augustine,' and the Marine Dew wlU visit relative In New Jr., Bill Graham Henry Guy and .
Al Kay. Carlisle. .. t
Studios. York City. I - '- -''' --:) F ,

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;:',,"..a'' Il PAGE F01Jn BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK JI'LOltlDAIh FRIDA1-, ";I'TP. l8lR .

Mrs.\ Brownlee Honored I1.
D.

} !! ""I SOCIETY and CLUBS \ An Attractive- Youngster. ," '''i'l'Jl1fjd, On 80th Birthday Enjoys May ReunionMr. Family

.' {I, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, beloved and
/: "tf citizen of Bradford County was hosts Mrs. H D

t' Miss Fugate Mr. Darby Alvarez-Whitfield Young Married Couple R .,trp honored on her eightieth birth-+I family Monday reunion, Labor D1I''

Are Married Honored At PartyMr. day anniversary' Sunday, when Lake Santa lit their m'
Alvarez] of Starke and Fe.
S. L. her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. At '
Mi r I In !Home Ceremony Miss Wanda >Fay Wftjitfleld] of and Mrs. Jerry Moore and and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee] entertained family out-of-doors.- enjoyed a bounUful d

! Baldwin] were married in Lake Mrs. Chester Wise entertained at 14'.f at a lovely surprise buffet
Dignity and simplicity marked Butler on August 22 in the officeof the home of Mr. and Mrs. Moore ,supper at the Weeks' cottage on Those present! beside
., j ld' the wedding of Miss Virginia Fu- of Mrs May !I4r
r ,., the Justice peace. They Wednesday night in honor of Mr. I Kingsley Lake. Were: Mr
'f n 1,r, get gate: daughter/: cf the late Mr. are making their home In Starke and Mrs. S. L. Alvarez whose L May and family and yr.
and Mrs. R M. Fugate, and where Mr. Alvarez Is employedat marriage took place August 22. | Tbe,supper table, placed on the Mr. and Mrs. R V of Rem;
.: { son of large dining porch, was covered ] May 01
{ ; --r- Charles Arthur Darby Maude's lunch room and fillIng The rooms where the guests 'i Orleans La.
Mrs. A. M. Darby and the late station entertained were decorated with a white linen cloth centered'I Wynn of Hri and Mn t

.. Mr. Darby, at four o'clockSun- were with ]lovely gifts for the bride : with a beautifully decorated birthday Hagan of Theresa. 1.1181
., : day afternoon in the home of the cake. The cake, resting on
To Meet covered
? Auxiliary and several tables were ,
bride's. uncle and aunt, Mr, and : { t4i a large ->reflector and circled] with Conant and --
with ]lovly gifts for the bride. IOnS,,
"its'vlht'' Mrs. J. F. Colley. The Rev. H. The Ladles' Auxiliary of the The center of attraction was the II dainty rosebuds and fern, held Richard Miss Martha 1ama[ ,
'
A. Spencer, pastor of the Meth- Presbyterian Church will meet bride's table, covered with a lace '- one large lighted white birthday all or JacksonvUle; Mr,Brat
: odist Church, assisted by the Rev.A. Tuesday afternoon at 3:00: o'- cloth, and centered with a three- candle. The guests were seated I H. 1.. Brownlee sod
' E. Lightfoot, pastor of the clock at the home of Mrs. Roy tiered cake, iced in white and top- ..... at small tables, centered with bud Madge, Dr. J, W and daui.!'

.t : Baptist Church, officiated at the Mathews, ped with a miniature bride and .i ,', ,/ vases holding rosebuds and fern. and Mrs J. E. Wilson Bro'lo'lliet
I'
: i) Y Impressive ceremony in the presence After Mrs. Brownlee was seated IIId
!,\ and Mrs W
Mrs. E. M. Davis, president, bridegroom.The ,p'ti cxi w, w L. Wan
of members of the immediate h her great 'grandchildren came in Starke all
will over the business .
preside guests were entertainedwith '
{ families. meeting and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and contests and each r singing "Happy Birthday To You" Mrs. Brownlee had the
The rooms were decorated] for the Mrs. games and presented her with many of having all pm
will present program. one wrote a word of advice for of her
a the occasion with a profusion of W A, Bonham will hive chargeof the young couple in the bride's e '. \\j) lovely] gifts, tokens of love and dren and great grand gran,,
4, .1 I white asters, gladioli, white roses the devotional] service esteem. I with her with. the
y and fern. In the living room an book.Late I Those attending this delightful I Mr. and Mr. Hugh excepts:
,t altar formed witha in the evening refreshments affair with the honoree and : BI'OWnIt, !!,
improvised was home here with her uncle and two sons of New
background of giant I ferns. aunt, Mr and Mrs. Colley, for of punch and cake were ; hosts were: Judge and Mrs. A. V. The Rev and Mrs Orleans M. ,
lie ,; t+ Flanking either side were tall the past several] years, is a gradu- served to the following guests: Long, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Can- and three sons of c 1
: fr standards and floor baskets of ate of Bradford County High Mr. and Mrs Paul Raymond, I ova 'and daughters, Mary Ann and C.; Miss Mary Brownlee Washlntv!!:

''ti#, white asters, gladioli] and fern. School. She attended Florida Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cone, Mrs.C. Carolyn, Mr.., and Mrs. S. T. Dell Louis, Mo., and Mrs. A. ,
x t Lighted white tapers in silver State College for Women in Whitfleld] Mr. and Mrs. Laurie and daughter Miss Olive Dell]], and three little daurttm r. i t,,

; ', candelabra cast a soft glow over Tallahassee where s hew a s McKinney, Mrs. Ira Wilson, Mr. ".J. Mr. and Mrs, Milton Brownlee] Washington, D.C. and to>
the entire setting. pledged to the Zeta Tau Alpha and Mrs. C. !of. McKinney, Mrs.R. .' and daughter, Catherine, all of who at present n t in i
L.
While the guests were assembling sorority. For the past few months S. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- },' '" Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Marcus England.
c Miss Marjorie Stump, pianist, she has been" in the business of- mond Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. ,
presented an appropriate programof fice of Levy's Department StoreIn Ernest Phillips, Mr, and Mrs. Ed ..a''''0 I -
wedding music. Aa a processional Jacksonville Weldon. Miss Verlina Phillips, \ ,A' MODERNIZE YOUR HOME

the "Bridal Chorus" from Mr. Darby, a graduate of B. Miss Wilma Napier, Miss Beatrice I I WITH MODERN PLUMBING
"Lohengrin" was used, while dur II. S., attended the University of Cassela, Mrs. L. B. Alvarez, Mrs.
ing the ceremony Shumann'a"Traumerel" Florida In Gainesville, where he Merrill Edwards, Mr and Mrs. 'io>! I
was softly played. was a member of Delta Tau Delta Harold Carden, Mr. and Mrs. R. t. s \\'. WILL GL.IILtTRXI''BI
The bride, who was given in ,'
Fraternity, and Tulane] UniversityIn L. Kemp I YOU WITH .\ FREE: : ESTI.
marriage by her uncle, J. F. Col
New Orleans, La He is in r
ley, had an her matron of honor Ladies I MATE ON ANY ]PLVMIIKfl{
Presbyterian i
partnership with his brother, J.
and attendant, her twin sister
only
9 Mrs. James Richard Wain- Morgan Darby, in the A. M. Honor Mrs. Hrownlee 4: 1nc; AND: HEATING JOB :

wright, and Mr. Darby had as his Darby'Grocery.
best man, Dr. J. W. Brownlee. Among the out-of-town guests Members of the Ladies' Auxi- William Harris Van Sickel], 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. & f
jmitf1
The matron of honor was attired were: Mrs H. C. Rlcharde, liary of the Presbyterian Church Dale Van Sickel of North Hollywood, Cal., and grandson of orsut
surprised Mrs. S. E:. Brownlee]
in a becoming model of Charles Darby of Palatka; Mr. Mrs. W. J. Epperson and the late ,,Sheriff Epperson. Plumbing & IleaiingGreen's
rocky blue crepe with which she and Mrs. G. W. Marks and daughter with a shower party Tuesday
wore blue accessories. Her flow- Marjorie, DeLand; Mrs. Phillip afternoon in celebration] of her
ers were a corsage of pink rose- F. Maguire and daughter eightieth' birthday anniversary.The cast aspersions on the intelligence Methodist Circles
buds. Sue, Washington, D. C.: Mrs. C. ladles met at 3:30 o'clockat of a pilot you'd say he didn'thave Met TuesdayCircle GUARANTEED 21UFlour
W. Chalker Charles William and Mrs. Brownlee's home and sense enough to get up
The young bride was, lovely] 1 In Store
an early Fall costume dress of John Chalker, Miss Elise Jones, brought many ]lovely gifts. above the ralnl'! ,Number Q n e of the 4

soldier] blue silk crepe, featuring! and Darby Jones, Gainesville; Mr. Summer flowers, zinnias pre- Glad to see W. E. Bryant backso Woman's Society 0 f Christian I
a hip length jacket. Her small and Mrs. P. G. Frigate, Miss RubyFugate dominating, formed a lovely set- soon from Mayo Bros. Clinic Service of the Methodist Church WHOLESALE ft RETAIL PURE 110. C1
bat and other accessories were In I. Mr. and ,Mrs. A. I. Span ting for this delightful affair. Says he has the same trouble was. entertained by Mrs. O. L. I

a harmonizing shade. She wore cer, and daughter, Annice, Mr. In the late afternoon Mrs. J. as the King of England] Haynes and Mrs. A. W. Red Starke, Florida Lard 3.0J.
a corsage of bride'. roses and : and Mrs. Carl Chambllss, and M. Brownlee served delicious refreshments Well, that must\ be SOME consolation grave at the home of the former I,

lilies of the valley. Claude Alvarez] ,' Jacksonville; of punch and home anyway on Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'- t
Mr. Colley aunt of the bride, Merrill McMillan, Cocoa. made cake. Pardon me if I seem to run a clock. The meeting was presided
chose a blue and white silk crepe temperature, but never have I over by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Potatoes o 'Rlsu151
print and wore a shoulder bouquetof witnessed such incredible trans- circle] leader, who read a lesson .
pink rosebuds formation In surrounding environ- ,from the Bible] after which Miss
Callstreet
r' Mrs. 'Darby, mother of the Carolyn ment as has been taking place in 'Olive Rayoffered a prayer.

bridegroom, was becomingly] attired the last month .. And the thing I Bessie W. Lipecomb's reviewof SMOKED Found I Z Ftc
n, in a street length model of everybody'sgoln": at such apace the of
history woman's work ,
white lace with white accessories. Greetings, C-Streeters! An' thass not all Thursday ., Anything that gets In the Methodist Church for the Bacon, Lb. --- lie (Salt __- ..--- --- 5

Her corsage was of pink rose-I Course you weren't anymore of ]last week the same slzzlin' built, or torn', down, or what- past 62 years, was read by Mrs.L. :21'iPeanut
buds. surprised than I was at the inwinclble twosome put on a floor show at have-you, ,,la done; s o doggone A. Davis. During the business I Quart c cI <

Immediately following the cere- ] Geo. 'Managua wakln'of ] Fanning Springs crossing' the quick! Cp a-Colas have already ]- session plans were discussed for Butter _. 20c I Macaroni .--5.
,mony an Informal reception was again with the tennis tournament eyes ,of thousands of ]lookers-on- replaced'] Fords in J. the charter'meeting. of the W. S.:
held.<< The.,bride's table was covered gold cup He's had.it ners f Ferrol will compete for Andrews' former place W'I C. S., which will be next Monday I
with a handsome Italian cutwork 10 long I'spec he'll soon startuBin' first place in tappin' at Ocala anyway, they do have the afternoon at three o'clock ,in the White Bacon lb. 9
cloth and centered with an It' for a shavin' mug ", Sattidy out and the inside 1 s being church.
arrangement of white asters and 1 Buddy Bishop provided his last "Little Jimmy" Hollingsworthwill cleaned] *" They're simply whiz- .
roses. Circling the floral piece and hottest competition keepln' be the nex' bachelor to take zin' about like' scared bats out During the social half hour the SttK
were lighted white tapers in sliver Mr. M. on his toes, to say the leave of his single blessedness of purgatory hostesses served refreshing iced Pound
least . tea and sandwiches. The meet Starch -1C 1(
holders. The three-tiered wed- Unnerstand the lucky gal] Is Unnerstand the minute the oldP. Lard, Bulk __....._ 9c Staley
ding cake placed at one end of Another thing that Impressedus way down yonder from Lakeland O. is vacated, the spot will ,ing was attended by ten mem- C.i
the table was dalntly embossedin all is the fact that Marjorie Sigh, sigh An1 here I be transformed Into a grand and bers. Pound STall

white and a delicate shade of Stump has rhythm-even on the was all the time glorious grocery Good spot, I Circle No. 2 was entertained Coffee Bulk __ lOc Mackerel 2:
green. A large punch bowl, surrounded tennis court Does a Jitterbug Charles and Virginia became all right But I know I'll be by Mrs. I. P. Shepherd at her ,
by dainty white rosebuds,,act with every serve, an' absolutely :Mr. and Mrs. as scheduled Sunday duck In' in for the next six months home on Cherry Street.
,and tern; was placed at the other I! no Increase In the price of afternoon and headed south- askin' for a three-cent potato I Midsummer flowers were used 5 Pounds '

end of tbe table. |admission ., In fact, her swing- ward .- Haven't had a card Hard to break the habit of in profusion in decorating for 15
After the cutting of the cake serve Is only exceeded by her yet, so can't tell you where they buyln' your stamps at the same I, this meeting. Sugar With Pnrdiaxe! off U j
by the bride fruit punch and cake stalwart-stance when the went, but unnerstand
on re- they ex- Mrs. 8 Extract at lOc
I window for X years J L. D. Green, leader o oz.
were served by Mrs. A. I. Spencer ceivln' end But thaw all pected to hit Tampa the first night I: Circle
No.2
and Miss Frances Peek. I I right, Marj You get there Burrhead McMillan drove all I Thought after reading OscarLevant's I business meeting, presided and also over had the Q)*;,
"A
After spending some time with jus! the same v the way from Cocoa to see the Smattering of Ignor- Quart
their guests Mr and Mrs. Darby I I I I Somebody asks If the tourna- wed din' well done ance": A lot of people think charge of the program. Salad Dressing 20c Apple Jelly .21
left for a motor trip through the I]invent I brought to light any bud Ripping Riddle: "What's the Oscar Is witty, but few are quiteso The Devotional] service, which __-
southern part of the state. 'I''ding Donald] Budges Coudn'tsays ] difference between a vision anda firmly convinced as Oscar, centered around the new organ Quart flu

The bride who has made her as to that But I did sight? Answer: In the himself ization of the society, was led by ..
Well, Mrs. A. Pickles Small 15c OLEO -
see several plump young thingsIn evening the wife Is a vision; In so long' See you at Wood. _
shorts who might have passed the mornln' she's a sight If the Co-Ed box supper nex' Friday Miss Kate Struth gave an Interesting .
LAFFITOFF : for Donna Bulge If you get you're afraid to laugh, men-it night Can't decide whetherto article] on an Armenian, 69
what I' mean proves you're henpecked pack my box with rattlesnakemeat who was a missionary in Cuba. COOKINC OIL.OAUA>" I

, Speaking of bugs that jit Fer- Comes now a lament from a or chltt'lings i Anyhow, Mrs. Pearl Simpson read a poem _
rol Jones and Stanley Noegel harassed mother who asks that I guarantee that the ,guy who concerning the injustice to the
have jived their way to fame. I If her name be withheld.] She writes: gets It will be surprised! Negro race. S For MAXWELL Fog 1

not. fortune Won second "I wish you'd give all the girls] call Whoops! Thass why they During the business meeting the Potted Meat lOc House Coffee 2
the _
me
place In an amateur jitterbug a hint that In buying their lipstick Incorrigible Carolyn new set-up for the organizationwas

contest last Sattidy night In to get some than won't I. .discussed. Mrs. T. T. Longa CRUSHED No. 2 Can CORN OR 1o J caDI!:
Ocala Unnerstand the stage rub off so easily, or either be I -C. C. new member, was welcomedinto Beans 1
was smokin' and sparks were I more carerui 0 about getting close the society.' Pineapple ____ lOc String -

flyin' in the spectators' eyes to boy friends' shoulders. It Is W. S. C. S. Charter Meet I Mrs. Shepherd served her guestsa

bad enough on the shirt--but oh To Be Held Soon tempting ice course with cake. 1
dear, wouldn't it bo awful on his Sixteen members and one visitor Tomatoes51
,
coati"! The Rev. H.A..
-r-- Spencer, pastor Mrs. M. F. Turley, were present.
AU 'my sympathy to you, Mrs. of the Starke Methodist

N.-The problem must be a great Church, is urging each and every Miss Davis HonoredAt -

,,__. one indeed to a mother with a woman who la a member of his RIB Pound TENDER Pti
son as handsome as your' church to be present at a "Char- Surprise Party I 11
Tk hungry d flam* Personal nomination for cornIest ter Meeting" of the Woman's Beef Stew, ___ lOc Pork Chops -
o hap end roar recording of corniest song by Society of Christian Service on Saturday night, at 8 o'clock, POO1
n. ,.
,Laffit gutting OIf' corniest band of the year: Kay Monday, September 9, at three I Miss Jean Davis was honoree at Pound GROUND 11
,
s own at. .1
Sat Kyser's platter of "The Palms of o'clock In the Methodist church. I a delightful surprise party given Chuck Steak 15c Meat-Mixed :
don, __ -
yen a. for ,
her
e by the __
Ala ww.p and CUMFottaHH Paradise" This meeting marks the Presbyterian Sigma rouI
Oft'fHARDLDC.WALL Do you really want to know ginning of the new year in be'I''I'Chi at the home of Misses Marthaand PUREBrIDe Your Container
"_ruN by USI "Who's Yehudi?" -The burning i sionary activity, and Is the Margie Mathews. I
question that seems to be worry- of Its kind in the Starke The guests assembled first on 7
NO WONDER HE SMILES Ing everybody on the radio now- since the merger of the three the large front porch, where !Interesting LARD lb.

He Eats RegularlyAt adays I Jus' found out great bodies of Methodism. All games were played fora .
But don't tell anybody I told ya loyal Methodist women in Starke long while-.one necessitating -

P The He's the ]little man who turns will make it a point to be present washing the honoree's face. They ___ __ fll'
( GENERAL INfURA_. I'out the lights at the tennis courts at this meeting on September9th. then gathered !In the living room CREAMERY Pound I WISCONSIN 21

Orange Blossom when you forget to put a quarter i where they enjoyed Informal en Butter Roll 30c CheesePrmtSteak : :
PLEASE PHONE 146 in. I tertainment.I -- -

t I Cafe Orchids to Paul Knight thereon Young People InvitedTo When the party neared Its
a a brief vacation this week) close] the
honoree
b r I B. T. U. Service, : was further ANY CUT 20
who somehow
I- manage to retain surprise and delighted at receiv
his Starke FU., accent In spite The Baptist Young People's I ing several ]lovely and useful gifts POUND
II USED CAR BARGAINS of living In Noo Yark for so long Union Invites the young peopleof j from the gue.t.
a time Quite different from the
Later
community to meet with in the evening, the host
.
some of our expatriates who return them Sunday night at the church I esses, assisted by their mother J
1937-t-Door Dodge DeLuxe Sedan, Perfect Condition I with a broad A and a nar- : to discuss the topic for the day Mrs. Roy Mathews, served tasty, Phila.Crearn Cheese

Heater, Trunk Etc. Only ____________?_ $429.00 row 0 after a few weeks In the "Character Determines Influence." I i Ice cream and cookies .

1936-International Pick-Up Truck ________ $210.00 big city The opening period will be directed -Those Invited --
Ros and Jack Williams Hew were: Misses:
OTHER USED CARS IN PROPORTION back from their by the president while Geraldine: Silcox. Marian Dowllng] ,
trip to Indianapolls
the discussion
period will(] be
In Helen]
Dowling, Eleanore St.. !
Rosalind John,
]
; she 2.0
says swore charge of Miss J 'nelle
Hutching, Alene]
ahe never would, but she did Austin Estelle Austin Scratch 100 POU. D.
group captain. 'Discussions
]
will] Louise
Richard & Hamiter-Willys Dealers Stern, Hazel Smith
Every time It started to rain, the be by Miss Hutching. Miss Fannie Reddish Ida Lee Cone, Jewel] -
pilot would climb a few thousandfeet Silcox Miss Doris Billy --
Crews
Miss
S STARKE, FLORIDA and get up above-the clouds Eloise] Bullock, Miss Gladys John Jackson Perry Gainey, Richard QtarstlUti|
I Evidently if you wanted to son, and George Silcox. Dowllng.Jackson: Jack Halle, and Billy We Reserve The Bljrht; To Ltanlt __

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r= BITS of LOCAL NEWS Dr. and Mrs. H. :Mason Smith I I Miss Kitty Hogsed of Jacksonville Baptist W. M. S. Circles her husband has lost a sweet

and son!! Mason, Jr., of Tampa spent!! the Labor Day holi-I Have MeetingsCircle noble, Christian Companion and
were guests last week-end of Mr, day herewith Dr. and Mrs. W. B. helpmate; her children have lost

and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Parks. the protection, guidance counsel
was profes- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent! No. 1 of the Missionary
Knight I Mrs O. H. Bennett spent the J. W. KIncaid at Kingsley Lake. of the and wonderful example of a loving
ISttfr Palatka Monday. Sunday in Fernandina with Mr. week-end I Society Baptist Churchmet
In
to Jacksonville with her Christian mother and the
Davis' mother Mrs. Mary A. Mrs. Hulda Corpening of :Mont Tuesday afternoon at the ;
the Davis. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnell and sons, i gomery, Ala,', la the guest of her home of Mrs. O. W. Alderman on community has lost! an upright

J' W' Kincaid spent with Mrs. Randolph Boree. Corbin and Gene, have returned I sister, Mrs. Charley Johns. Walnut St. Mrs L., G. Powell honest, conscientious citizen; and

d In( Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. John McDowellof I -- to their home In Ormond after a circle leader, presided over the Whereas, by her passing Circle,
Jacksonville\ spent Labor Mr and Mrs. Carl Johns and visit here with Mrs. Carnell's parents I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand [business meeting and read the Number Three of the Starke Baptist -

here with Mr. and :Mrs. John Day children returned Monday from I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. daughter. Fredrlka Mrs. I 127th Psalm. The Bible lesson Women's Missionary Society
Frank Hoover and eon Uglow. Tampa, where they visited Mr. Frank G. Bauknight and daughter was followed by prayer offered In broken; we have lost a faith...

aOver spent Sunday after- and Mrs. J. A. Martinez. I Mr. and Mrs C. F. W--rd had Jane Merrill, of Jacksonvilleand I Eby :Mrs! Alderman. ful member we miss her presence -

F1ora.1ome.! Mrs. D. E. ,aa their Labor Day guests Mr. Merrill Struth of Macclennywere I It was announced the mission << her courageous smile, her I
Paul Knight and son, Friends of A. E. Wall, Sr., will I Ward's son-in-law and daughter, guests Sunday of Mr. and Study will be held at the churchon prayers her devotion and loyaltyto
|-,f Davis returned todaya Knight, spent Wednesdayand regret to learn that he U confined ( I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ward and Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Kate September 10th. Christ at all times, and her I

'visit with his brother Beach.Thursday at Jacksonville to Riverside Hospital In I I their three children, of Orlando. Struth. The' Personal Service committeehas abounding Christian Influence; i

1 Davis in Arcadia. I Jacksonville because of Illness. I for Its project for this month, Now Therefore, Be It Resolved r

Miss I Mr. and ''Mrs. S. T. Dell and Vote for W. P. Smith, Sr., for obtaining clothes for the needy That we extend' our heartfelt I
Duncan Maxine
Sand Mrs. L. A. of week-end in Cedar Noegel spent last Mr. and Mrs. Carr Colley and daughter Miss Olive Dell: have Mayor, Sept. 10.-((1M. Pol. Adv.) especially for school children.At sympathy to the grief-stricken
Mondayand Keys with two children of family in the great loss they have I
guests St.
were Louis Mo., returned to their home In Gaines-
the the close of the meetingMrs.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w.
Mrs. K. G. Duncan.gependald Noegel.P. H. are guests this week of his parents ville after spending; the summerat Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Grlffls Alderman served her guests sustained; and remember them tin

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley. their cottage on Kingsley Lake. and son, A, Z. Adkins, Jr., left delicious refreshments of punch our prayers;
; plumbing and for Be It Further Resolved Thata
yesterday morning Charleston and cake. /
!see smith and Forsyth. E. Baggett of Williston is For dependable plumbing and Mr. and Mrs. George B. Fylnn.Mra. S. C., where the latter will resume Circle Two met Tuesday after- copy of these resolutions be '
the guest of his son-in-law
and heating are Smith and Forsjth. L. M. Gray Mrs. Dupont his studies at the Citadel. sent to the family and a copy
the home of Mrs. George
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. noon at
E.
L.
; Mrs. C. H. NasworthyLabor thereof be spread upon the minutes -
d Williams. Murphry and Mrs Harry Maeger Judge and Mrs. Adkins will go B. Flynn with ten members present -
Day week-end at John Powell returned last week attended the funeral services Friday to the mountains of North Caro- The devotional was led by of Clrcje Number Three.

nick and St. Simons Island from an enjoyable vacation spent of Mm. Turner in Jackson lina for a vacation trip, stoppingfirst Mrs. T. K. McClane Sr., she Starke Baptist Women's Missionary I
Mrs. L. D. Vinlng left Wednesday in Ashville Ala. Society
Chattanooga, I vUle. at Blowing Rock..r used the 103 Psalm for her topic.
morning for Dublin Ga., to Tenn., Atlanta and Savannah, Mrs. R. A. Thomas Mission (Signed) Alma Hough, Leader
[ Swindell Is spend- visit her parents Mr. and Mrs Ca.
Hannah In Jacksonville W L. Joiner. I Ralph Rhodes, who is attending Mr. and Mrs C. W Chalker, Study Chairman, read an article Circle No. 3.
veral days the West Point training Charles William Chalker and about our Jewish work in Palls- Ada Alexander, Co-Leader, I
Ir, and Mrs. A. O. Waln- Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten of I school at Fort Mcl'herson. Ga., John Chalker Miss Elise Jones, tine. She also urged all members Ruby Hayes Secretary;" t''
Miss Martha Brownlee of Jack-
Tallahassee spent: Labor Day spent Labor Day.-week-end herewith Darby Jones, all of Gainesville, to attend the all-day study Plans were: completed for the .
-- sonville Is spending this month at week-end here as guests of Mrs. his mother Mrs. D. A. Mon- Mrs. H. C. Richard and Charles: course to be held at the church all-day Mission Study to be held :
W. E. Mlddletonranddaugbter KIngsley Lake with Mr. and Mrs.J. i
and Mrs. Patten't mother Mrs. E. E. Can- ,
: Marjorie Sue E. Wilson. teith. Darby of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday: September 10. In the Church Annex on Tues 'y. 'f.September .
ova.
I G. W. Marks) and Mar- '
daughter. 10th.
; Jacksonville andd The reports: of the chairmenwere i I
,on of I Mrs. Phillip F. :!.i-e: and jorie, of DeLand were guests given for the year. After After the meeting adjourned :
Mrs.: W. B. Mundy spent W. I Smith, Sr., will appreci Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Seymoreof .,",
Mid- I daughter Sue of 'Washington, D. Sunday of Mrs. A. M. Darby. the meeting the hostess served the hostess served delightful refreshments -
week at Dr. ate for
vote BI
days ibis your a y <> r of Valdosta, Ga., spent last weekend : -
C., returned Tuesday night after refreshments of brick Ice cream }
near Brunswick Starke. Pd. I'tli..Iv.. ;
'e camp -( ) here with Mrs. Seymore's I
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat \Wil enjoying a visit here with Mrs. Mr and Mrs. C A. nay. lias Circle Number Three, met: at and cookies.
j =s= == I I )Jr. and Mrs Victor Thomasof liams. 'Magulre's mother, Mrs. A. :M. and daughter, Evelyn, of Jackson- 3:30: o'clock Tuesday afternoon,

Jacksonville were guests Sun- I Darby. ville, were recently visitingtheir at the home of the leader, Mrs. Rotariallsfear Judge
ntaWordED cousin, Mrs. R. A. Thomas and H. L. Hough, with seven members 1 ''Is
of : Thomas'
day Mr. mother: Mrs.E. Patsy Ruth Wainwright has returned ,
M. Thomas. from Miami where she W. .'. Smith Sr.-drufUsI by Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas. While present The devotional Circuit Judge Frank A. Smithof

spent three weeks with her uncle the people for l\1A'or.-I.tl.( Pol. here, they visited Gold Head wan led by Mrs Hough; : prayer Orlando, a summer resident of
TO TRADE Straw- Mrs. F. A Canova and children and aunt Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Adv.) Branch State Park. On their return was offered by Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Kingsley Lake for the past five
for second-hand they were accompanied home or six seasons, was guest speakerat
y runners are spending this week at Clark. I Mrs. Sparks, secretary pro tern,
of golf clubs In good con- Mrs. E. E. Canova's place I on II I Miss Snookle Corpening has returned by Miss Thomas who will spenda read the minutes of the last the Rotary Club recently. I

n. See Charlie Cooper at Kingsley Lake. Marguerite Reynolds of Tallahassee -i to Montreal College at week's visit. meeting which stood approved. It During his informal talk, he

Itp has returned to her home Montreat, N. C.. after spendingthe : was moved and carried that all praised the lake highly, stating ', '

Sale. See Jeff Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, after enjoying a visit at Kings-, summer months here: with her Mr. and Mrs. William Norris current bills be paid as this was that up until the time he and his ':, ,
For did :..
Fla. 8-30 '2t Mrs. Bonham Johns, and Mrs. C. ley Lake with Patsy Ruth Waln uncle and aunt Senator and Mrs. left Wednesday for an extended the last meeting of the W. M. U. family "discovered" It. they 'f .{
u, Starke, not know there was such a de)1,?, !
t
trip to Chicago 111., to visit his
E. Johns spent Labor Day'at. wright. C. E. Johns. year.
ED-One black cow withe Daytona Beach.: .\ mother and to Indiannopolla, Mrn. Sparks Chairman of the lightful place In Florida. Judge "

spots. Marked: crop, W. P. Smith Sr., will give Dupont Murphry of Atlanta. Ind., to visit Mrs. Norris' twin Personal Service Committee reported Smith also discussed some of the h t

r bit one ear, and under Marlon Williams left Wednes- 100 percent sober and Christian Ga., spent the week-end here with son, Bruce Dodd. From there that a largo amount of probable effects of Camp Bland- :
under bit In other.ded for D. C., aftera administration I they will go to San Francisco ing on thin community and predicted 1k': ,
e day Washington aa mayor.I'd.Pol. ( Mrs. L. M. Gray at Kingsley clothing and shoes and other nec- '
LG, looks like LC. Re- visit here with his parents Mr. Adv.) Lake. He was accompanied! home Calif., to attend the World's, Fair essities had been donated to the a bright future for Starke .. :

el. Green's Store Starke. and Mrs. T S. Williams. by Mrs. Murphry1 who has been and will return .home via New School for the needy children. aa a result of this development. j i +/?'

3t to 9-20 Mrs. R. Koolbeck has returnedto visiting relative here. Orleans La. The following resolution was NEW RELIEF FOR') +: '
Woodfln Halle of West Palm her home after spending a to read and adopted: "
D-Two black Barrows Beach spent Labor Day week-end week with her son-in-law and Dr. George Scott of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. W E. Bryant "Whereas, God 'our Heavenly, SOUR STOMACH '.

t 18 months old unmarked.r here with his parents Mr. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holt- was a guest over the week-end of returned Monday from Mayo Father In order to carry out His Probably you know several \; : ,

may have by Identifying.R. Mrs. W. G. Halle. zendorf. his brother and sister-in-law Mr. Brothers clinic I I in Rochester Divine plan In His Infinite wis- remedies to relieve acid stomach l .' !,'
'
.'Conner, Starke 'Itp and Mrs. F. A: ''Scott. He was Minn., where they spent the past dom and goodness and mercy and and acid-Indigestion. Blsma-Rex, :

;ALE-Good meat hogs atonable Mrs. O. :J. Griffin, Miss Helen Mrs. Ronald Sweat and daughter on his way home from a vacation ten days. Mr. Bryant who has love has called from our midst a new delicious tasting antiacid !

price.-F. M. Crews Cook, and Owen W. Griffin of St. Miss Ollie Mae Sweat of I spent In Clayton; Ga. been In ill health for some time to dwell with him la peace happiness powder acts four ways to give t
bland. Itp Augustine were guests Sunday of Lakeland were guests the firstof was told that he was suffering and eternal rest the spiritof you relief in a. few minutes. It'.
Mrs. E. L. Biggs.Mr. the week of Mr. and Mrs. Cal- I > with a disease called "parkinson." our beloved sister. Damer TII- wonderful the way it helps'you.. -
,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and "
-Black and white Lewllyn -- vin Johns. It Is a nerve disorder following lis Silcox;' and Buy a bottle of Bisma-Rex for 1
r. Reward If returned to and Mrs.. M. F. Turley and ,son. Jimmy returned Monday to in the wake of Influenza. He Whereas<< by her passing her fiOc at the Rexall Drug Store-
In after
their home Tampa en-
Noegel: at Torode ChevCo. little daughter Clara Jo and Mr. I The Rev. and :Mrs. H. A Spencer joying a visit with Mr. and Mrs. will undergo treatment at home. earthly family circle Is broken; Carpenter's) Drug Store In Starke.

.,, Starke. ltp and Mrs. Judd spent Sunday at are expected to return home
and
O. L. Beasley Mrs. J. W.
Jacksonville" :Bench.. ,. today after enjoying a visit with r Mrs. H. D. May returned to
SALE::-Sectional_bookcase, Kincaid at Klngsley Lake.
their son and daughter-in-law in : her home Saturday after spending
writer desk, bridge table :Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd and Hollywood.Mr. two weeks In New Orleans, La., i u (
i chairs, Lln-a-Time, 2 of- Mr. and Mrs. Jack, Williams of '
and Mrs. P. E. and
son Richard III as the guest of her son
chairs, single filing cabinet and Mrs Clar- NOTICE
Mr.
Gainesville,
Canova spent Labor Day week- and Mrs. John L. McDowell daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R.
Ide bench, home comfort ence NiiHSbaum of Jacksonvilleand
end at Kingsley Lake. of Jacksonville spent Monday V. May. Mrs. May was accompanied -
ic e, large kitchen table 2e and as of M\ L. Stone of Tallahassee
Tuesday guests home by her son and
: mantels, small iron week-end with Mr. and I
Johns, his Mr. and Mrs. spent the :
Friends of Mrs. S. R. grandparents daughter-in-law and by a nieceof
ler-Mrs. J. L. Frazee Mrs. B. Jacobs at Kingsley Lake.
ke. ItPSALE39 Jr., will be glad to learn that I John Uglow. her daughter-in-law's, Miss :
she!! has recovered from a tonsil! Shirley Patterson, also of New We Have Moved The LocationOf
Chevrolet 2-door operation performed last FridayIn Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White and For dependable plumbing and Orleans Mrs. May's guests remained -

m. Will sell: or tradeMrs.da St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack daughter. Frances, of Tallahassee i I! heating MU Smith and Forsjth. over the week-end and The Ford Dealership And It
the week-end here as guestsof their return
Griff is, Starke. Itp sonville. spent : began trip Monday.
Mrs. G. W. Alderman and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Klnchen
J. W. White. I Miss Cleone Klnchen Adrian and Is Now Located 1 Block South
Class
Wayne Klnchen of Jacksonvillewere Baptist Study

NAT SEZ: Sue and Jean Beasley have returned week-end: guests of Mr.Klnch'n's There will be an all-day Study' Of The S. A. L. Depot. -
brother and sister-in-
In Lake Al-
home
old If a to their Clans: held at the Baptist Church,
Back In the good days
fred after spending two weeks law Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kln
had a big automobile there next Tuesday beginning at 10
4 was man no doubt In anybody's mind; with at Kinsley Mr. and Lake.Mrs. O. L. Beaaley chen. a. m.A. We Are Now Ready To Render 'J,'

r that fellow had a lot of money. Mrs. A. C. Hinson, Mrs. A. C. study of the book: "The

Some folk/ still thInk' that way Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall and Stuart and daughter, Miss Evelyn Heart of the Levant" will be You The Same High Quality
but It's, not so now. The only J. E. Wilson spent Tuesday aft Stuart, of Ft. Lauderdale who made under the direction of the
'difference between the man who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot.
A.
in Jacksonville visiting
t21t'1one ernoon Service As We Did At Our Old
drives a big car today and E .Wall. Sr., who Is confined to F. F. Flume left Monday to visit There will be a covereddishlunch.
who driven a amall car to Riverside Hospital.Mrs. relatives in Jacksonville before .
the monthly payment. The big- returning home. Location. /

ger the car, the bigger the payment R. A. Green and two children Baptist Intermediates

the poorer the man. Time Robert Alexis and Lou Mrs. G. W. Alderman accompanied Enjoy PartyThe 0)------.- "", ,,_ have changed. her son-in-law and
spent Monday In Gainesville with by
Mrs. Green's parents, Mr. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Intermediate Sunday

a / Back To School Mrs. Y. A. Harris. White -of Tallahassee attendedthe School Class met at the home of J. ANDREWS JR.
funeral services of the lateA.
their leader, Mrs. R. A. Thomas ,
With W. P. Smith Sr., -Will cooperate D. Zacharlas In Lake Butler Monday night at 8 o'clock for a
with the people of Stark for Sunday afternoon. steak supper. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA. I

the brat Interest of the town. The guests were entertained by I II
"Tom Sawyer"Trousers Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Molpus left
Elect him.-(Pd. Pol. Adv.) 'Jerry," and her partner "EI-
Tuesday for Palatka where they "

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle had will make their home. Mr. Mol- mer -.- -......-- .... ... .... _
recently Mr. and Mrs.J. pus who is connected with the Those enjoying this occasion

c as. J.guests Davis and daughter, MlsBNell State Forestry Service, has recently -!were: Misses Dorothy Alvarez, REMEMBER IAI
Ellen Mersereau. Carrl-belle Bennett WINTER ?
Davis, and Miss Doris Estes been transferred after beIng ,
Ida Lee Cone, Geraldine Sll- :
Ga.. In this area for several years.
$1.49 to $2.98 all of Rutledge cox,' Margaret Gilpln and her "
Well it's time now to get ready for the ,
from Lakeland. Do III e
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe and Mr. and Mrs.' H. A. Lawson and guest
the week-end In Swete and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. coming winter
children of Jacksonville spent family spent

'' "Tom Sawyer"Shirts Sunday here with Mr. Rowe'a' Auburndale with Mr. Lawson's Co-Ed Buy Your Heaters From Us Now k '
Class
father J. B. Rowe, and Misses parents Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Law- EnjoysBox JL.:;

Ruth and Edith Rowe. son.!! They were accompaniedhome Supper At Park Aladdin K.
Oil
by E. Lawson of Winter Heaters ________ $14.95 ; .'/ ,

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Har- Haven who spent several days Twenty-one members of the Sheet Iron Heaters 1.50 \..I' ,

rington and children have movedto here Methodist Church Co-Ed Class

85cA : Lake City where Mr. Harrington enjoyed a box supper at Gold Cast Iron Heaters ____ 7.50
a position with W. P. Smith, Sr., will be fair "
has accepted Stove 6"
Co. to all cut Mayor.-(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Head Branch State Park Friday Pipe _::___ .20
Bell Telephone
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF the night.teacher and Mrs.sponsor D. P. of Carpenter the class.Is Stove Pipe, 6", 2 for __:u_-.'-.,._ .3 4)r ;I ,1, !

ALL went Col.to and Jacksonville Mrs. D. Sunday E. Knight to W Mrs.S. Stroman S. S. Dowling had as and guests Mrs. The class members held the Stove Pipe, 6", 3 for ____ _'_______ .1:0", ; I \1",

FROCK'S. $1.98 Paul Knight of Sunday Mrs. James Godbold and supper at the picnic shelter In Stove Ells 6" "
New meet York their City son who is spendinga son, James Jr., Mrs. M. B. God- the park and numbers were drawnto Pipe _..________ .25 ':

' short vacation In Starke. bold, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Rena determine fairly which man Galvanized Garbage Cans _______ ,95 ,-t.', ;
Va. Mis Mar- received which lady's supper box ',
SOL Evans of Norfolk Weed jr
SHOES"Solid (and the of her com- Cutters .95 ;'
T Mr. and Mrs. Js L. Simmons. gery Johnson and Miss Mary Jean pleasure J
Tallahassee., pany with It.) Aladdin K. Oil
who are staying in Miami spent King of Lamps _,_ 4.95'
Leather the week-end here.: They were I After sapper folk games, swim '
Foot accompanied back by' Mrs. T. N. Mrs. V. S. St. John fOnd daughter ming and wading were enjoyed. Planet Jr.. Hand Plows __ 7.75 ';

Wear will visit them. Miss Alice St. John, and Mrs. Those included Mr, and
who present Handled Axes
Kendrick
__ $1.75 to $2.50
____ ___ ;
for The Children Mike Dew left Saturday for New I Mrs. Fred Guy. Mr. and Mrs' Guy

Miss Edna Hutto and Miss\ Canaan. Conn., and New York 'Sale, Mr and Mrs. E. L. Molpus Ken-Rad Electric Lamps In All Sizes :i. "
SHoESSTERNBERG'S Irene Denmark of Jacksonville City. While In New Canaan Mrs. Misses Lois Adkins Carol White : [

j.39 to $1.98 and Miss Carolyn Hutto of Columbia St. John and Miss St. John will Evelyn and Marjorie Stump I. '
S. C., spent Labor Day week- visit Mr. and M,... D. Cbri Uano. Joyce Woods, Abbie Harley Myr- QUALITY SERVICEBRADFOR&HARDWARECO. ;. ,{.
end here with Mr. and Mrs. L, S. Miss St. John will remain North tlce Killlngsworth and Mrs. D. .

Hutto. While here the party enjoyed for the winter and will attend P. Carpenter, and Elmo Struth 1 ;

a trtp, to Daytona Beach high school In Darien, Conn. Mrs. James Dennis A. W, Anderson \

St. Augustine.' and the Marine Dew will visit, relatives in New Jr., Bill Graham. Henry Guy and J. D. CARLISLE, Owner ,t ,

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Four Car Train 1 Farmers To Plant Fall Fashion PreviewTweeds Conner Mrs. SUnday B. M. attern oon,

I' SECTIONHINTS :To Show Farmers I Clover This Fall Benny visiting aniwere Lynn Mcitae, of Pao and

here
--. Fine Florida Crops I More Florida farmers will plant I with relative ** '1'uld1

FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL I .clover during the coming Fall R Mr. and tetra .,

COMMON SENSE. Carrying education exhibits relating '! than ever before, reports receivedby children ot the Stat S Fahw ar
to livestock, forage crops, University of Florida College 1LI Monday with
AIr qo
CANNING 'VEGETABLES FARM INSTITUTES I II and forestry, a special train will of Agriculture agronomists In- Sapp and ltta p,
leave Gainesville November 6 for
The history of vegetable can- j Assistance, recreation, and | in most of the counties traversed -,,dlcate. Mrs. II M fcRae
stops obtained ters
ning goes back only a little overa social intercourse are three primary -j by the Atlantic Coast Line I I Encouraged by the results Vesta and Odes9&and, d.u A
by others who have planted Level or
Were
century Yet in that time even benefits the farm meeting railroad Dr. Wllmon Newell, pro- "Isitlng Mrs
clovers
become sclE>n- white Dutch and other Norman 'I'.
has MOnday t
borne canning in the University -
Florida rural vost for agriculture attern
Institute offers to i
or j
of Florida has announced .i during the past three years, many Mr aM !..fr's p
tific.For people farmers who have not made and children
who want to
homemakers The train Is to be operated co- ot Heilbron5HdirVisiting
in I of the value of such I plantings before will try out this lt-
be sure of their methods can- Cognizant operatively by the University of and Mrs, J :
ning"vegetables, the Federal events and the benefit they of- Florida college of agriculture, the fine pasture crop In 1940-41 The Saturday night S bl

Bureau of Home Economics gives t'fer I to farm people and to Its!Ii Atlantic Coast Line and the state number of acres planted this Fall Miss Haze) I

. certain general rules. First of j workers, the State Agricultural department of agriculture. Re- is expected to be as large or spent the day Sapp of Start| I

all, be sure your vegetables are extension Service I regularly search and extension workers of larger than last year's plantings, brother-In.law SM Sunday with b

fresh. They lose flavor and goodness -| schedules several of them during the college of agriculture, representatives -, but the number of farmers plant- Mrs. Leroy Norman slater' Mr' ar
when they are held over i the Summer, Camps in the western of the state depart- Ing clover will be much larger S14rfv.rg4p Mrs. Allen
for any length of time. Also be and central parts of the state and railroad than in past years.Begun Minnie Hall and daugbltJ
of agriculture,
" ment r of
''I and hundreds I I in north and central + Jacket,
sure to use good quality vege- serve as meeting places agricultural agents will travel | Ing her sister were ViJj,I
tables, because a bit of decay may of rural men and women at- with the train to discuss the ex i(i Florida about three years ago, r man Monday Mrs, T, N Nor

spoil an entire batch. I tend the Institutes every year habits and confer with farmers the clover planting program has We are afternoon.
Pre-cook vegetables and have A farmer with a problem of en route. spread to the western part of S. Sapp sorry to report! ilea

them hot when they go Into the J production or other phase of farmIng I the state and many farmers In on the sick list at iii'',
said,
Dr. Newell writing.
"The train, We
cans or .jars. Pre-cookhng short- is afforded an opportunity to that section are planning to plant wish her a
ens the time of processing' and talk things over with other farmers "will give Florida farmers, cattle-I;Initial or additional acreage this writinry
and others interested In ,
men,
also saves the bother of "ex-| and with agricultural scientlsta season. eL 4'
agriculture the opportunity to see
hausting" the cans to get out or research men at the meet- Hortense Says
the air before sealing them. | lng. There's a good chance of exhibits of fine livestock, Im- Small Boys- '8%j'a' +, t Est Deal" "Bis
forest
proved forage crops, and Now
OnA
Jars or cans
-t Fill only as many him finding the solution to his
( as you are able to process at problem at the meeting, but if products and examples of good Large Fish
It will big
one time. If the cans of warm he doesn't he has given; the agri- forestry management. "double-cross deal" I n
allowed to stand also enable them to confer with Kenneth Davis and Edward Florida politics Is now
'I vegetables are cultural scientist information that being tI
before the bacteria leading workers in these phasesof of Beach, like to tempted, according to 1
1 long processing, ,twill set him to working on it. A George Delray vw.1t MM
will agriculture. It will representclose fishing, but don't believe e tense K. Wells Of Jl
m them multiply very farm woman may need some Information go they Tamp,
rapidly. about canning a cer- cooperative efforts of the,... In messing around with the small writes a weekly column of pl'l(

Use a steam pressure canner tain product: She stands a pretty groups and "agencies that are' fry of the sea. Consequently, cal comment for Florida n .

for peas, corn, snap beans, lima good chance of getting that information sponsoring It, I they have rigged a 16-foot boat l t papers.
beans, and all non-acid vegetables.The at the meeting. While the definite Itinerary for with an outboard motor, some The dealp t, beinjminded" "mbt .

only way to be sure of killing I When rural folks get togetherat the train has not been completedyet I Istrong rope and a heavy shark that almost speak with a Scottish burr are going: to by a man high! In Demi
all the bacteria in these vege- it probably will make two hook attached with a length of cratlc circles in this elate, ,!
these meetings; they talk about be among the 'musts' for autumn. Harper's Bazaar's fall number II
tables is to raise the temperaturefrom I three-hour stops dally except chain for a leader. cording to Miss Wells, and I
their work and their problems Introduces two charming ideas. ((1)) i I
dedicated to college girls,
240 degrees to 250 degrees Sunday for about four wrecks. 'I I Friday evening of last week they consists of a trade in which (GOl
and 'they exchange ideas about will have the Green, red and natural plaid wool, the jacket with rounded candidates for
,a F ( things. also have an excel- The general public put out to sea with this rig trol- state and courj
Be sure to label each can or lent opportunity They of talking with I opportunity to go through the ling a seven-pound live bonito lapels, a four-gored skirt. (2) Tan, white and teal blue Glen offices In Florida will withdn

jar and to keep complete records specialists and scientists in agri- four cars and Inspect the exhi- for bait. The result was a 400- plaid, a long jacket, a four-gored skirt. from the coming campaign I
of each batch-the kind of food, cultural fields. Thus they learn bits and confer with the workers pound bite in the form of a large return for which strong )DnJ

the date canned and the methodof and the College: of Agriculture accompanying them. jew fish, which they were successful GUM BRANCH birthday dinner at the home of cratlc support will be placed b

processing. Then If anythinggoes workers learn, too, from them. The first exhibit car will con- in landing. In order to John Sapp at Lawtey Sunday. hind the candidacy of Wenddli
wrong, you can trace back tain agronomy and forestry dis transport the huge fish It was By Miss Elizabeth Marriage Wlllkie for President
Camp Institutes provide recre- Mrs. A. J. Williams of Jacksonville -
and find the cause of spoilage. wrecker bor- "As no Republican
plays. Agronomists in the college necessary to use a hat
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and ?
ation for those who attend. WalksIn spent part of last week
Do not guess at the time or of agriculture are planning rowed from a garage. The Jewfish elected to state office within i IJi,
the woods, boating, swimming, I daughter, Selma, attended churchat here with relatives.Mr .
temperature for processing. You to include displays of principal. .was caught about a mile off memory of the oldest Inhabit!
and other forma of recreationare New Hope Saturday.
will find a complete timetableand pasture grasses and the coast of Delray Beach. and and,, Mrs. L. L. Conner and and rarely to county offices i
Mr. and Mrs. Clemons
exact directions In Farmers' enjoyed. hays, silage crops and legumea'j Other catches which the two Roy Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner at- becomes merely a blatant elf

Bulletin No 1762. Home Canningof Recreation and social Inter- crops for hogs, seeds of boys have made consist of a 10 daughter funeral, Betty of Mrs.Jean, Clemon's attendedthe tended church services at the to sell, out the Democratic _,

Fruits, Vegetables, and Meats. course-talking with each other- and forage crops, inoculation of I'' 1.2 foot tiger shark, which was afternoon.Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh tional ticket," Mist Wells says)
uncle
This bulletin Is available free are pleasant, healthful changes legume seeds, weevil-proof corncrib found to contain 21 pups, and a Saturday
throughout the United States Department from the work of the farm and disease-resistant varieties of I 11 1-2 foot hammer-head. and Mrs. Carl Milliard and

I of Agriculture in Wash- the farm home, even though they cowpeas, oats, sugarcane and children of Woodlawn were visiting BOREE FUNERAL HOME

Jngton, D, q, last only a few days. their son-in-law and daughter, Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 1S4
.. AU ..., other crops, and present related : Newell Warns Of
Mr. and Mrs. Vanlce Keene, Sat-
While the camp schedule for information.The I We have added sv late model AMBULANCE to our equlpmnt |

Weevil Infestation Of adults extensive Is necessarily and comprehensive not nearly as as forestry exhibit will em-I New Crop DiseaseFlorida urday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Ackers Chapmanand with special springs for easy riding.

Sea Island Is Doubled that for 4-H club boys and girls, phasize farm forestry, Includinggum farmers are warned not son of Jacksonville were "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" O. H. Bennett, Manapr |
fanning, young trees 0 n visiting Mr. and Mrs. :J. S. Sapp
it nevertheless is of great bene- to bring in sugarcaneplanting
burned and unburned areas, tree
Indications that Sea Island fit to those who attend the In- material from other states, lest and other relatives over the week- =
cotton growers in central Florida stitutes. And they return, to I planting materials, pruning benefits the relatively new and very destructive end.Mr. INSURE WITH
must intensify their control campaign -I forestry and grazing combination and Mrs. Wilton Conner of
their farms and homes refreshed I I disease known as "Chlo-
,,. against the boll weevil If I with their brief camp associa- pulpwood practices, and rotic Streak" becomes establishedIn Rising were visiting Mr. and Mrs.F. N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.

they are to prevent heavy dam-I lions and, often, with the solution desirable trees for farm wood- this state. S. Sapp Thursday afternoon.Mr. FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS
to their seen In lands. and Mrs. J. S. and
" 'age crops were to problems connected with In warning farmers against usIng Sapp
the latest report on degree of In-i their work. The second car will be devotedto cane material from outside daughter Selma, and their guest, Phone 74 STARKE, FLORIDA

festation. I Attendance at the institutes beef cattle, and will contain Florida, Dr. Wllmon' Newell, Mrs A. J. Williams, attended the .
Boll weevil Infestation of Sea live breeding animals minerals,
has'been provost for agriculture In the
this year as large or V
Island cotton during the past I cattle Improvement methods, and : '
larger than In past years, thus University of Florida, said, "This
to the State rations, and demonstrate parasite mow:
week, as reported
{indicating their increasing popularity disease has appeared in a num-
Experiment Station by workers of and effectiveness a s a control. ber of Southern states and Is
States Bureau of Swine and dairy cattle will oc-
the United
viewed with alarm by
means of studying and solving sugarcane
Entomology ,and Plant Quarantine agricultural problems. : cupy the third car, with the I specialists and pathologists of flAflA"
was double that of the pre- swine display showing good the United States Department oi

ceding week, o r 24.4 percent. 22 percent. I. brood cows and pigs, feeder pigsof Agriculture. It has not yet been 1.
While this percentage was far I Fourteen of 15 Alachua County three grades, and feeding, found in Florida." 'ia C(

below that for the corresponding fields examined were infested, infestation management and parasite control.A As the disease is readily trans-

weeks in 1938 ((72 percent) and I running as high as 94.2 family milk cow of desirable mitted in planting cane, cane

1939 ((68 percent), It indicated percent. type, excellent heifers and calves i cuttings, and other material oi 'i 11'Ii
that the numbers of these pestsare Eight Gllchrist County fields I and other points in farm dairy-I this nature, it is of utmost importance 'IoU !_:

increasing very rapidly. Infestation I were examined and found to be ing will be shown. I that no sugarcane' be

this season, entomolo- infested, with percentage of Infestation The last car will Illustrate i brought into Florida from other l r

gistc point out, Is later than ranging from 1.8 to quality eggs, poultry production states the provost asserted. r r "",

usual. 47.2 percent. practices, poultry equipment. Whether growing cane for t,

)1- Broken down into detail, the Of 13 Marion County fields ex- sugar manufacture, syrup, or silage -

current report of the Bureau of Young People UrgedTo all Florida growers should
feated.
Entomology workers rev e a 1 ed r
use only planting material produced YM
these findings: 5 to 81.6 percent. Continue Studies in this state. No reason I ? -

Of six Lake County fields, all, Much Marion County cotton has I exists for bringing "new" varie- YI
were found to be infested, with been defoliated by the cotton President Roosevelt has urged ties of cane into Florida, the e"1 Z\

infestation ranging from 1 to 9.8 leaf worm, which is present In young people not "to interrupt I provost explained, as varieties already %

percent. other sections of the state. To their education at this time be- developed by the Florida 44 ,
.. Examination of three Union date, this pest has not damaged cause they feel It Is more patriotic :' Experiment Station are far sup- r

County fields showed all infested, I cotton to any great extent In to work In shipyard, or en- erior for Florida conditions to t

infestation ranging from 1.2 to other sections, however list In the Army or Navy, than It any variety existing elsewhereIn !

is to attend college," it was revealed the country. Ample planting Y

FUNERAL DIRECTOR In a letter received by material of the Florida varietyis c-T
University of Florida President available In the state. \
My Many Tears Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render John J. Tigert. In his warning Dr. Newell w3 et

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE The letter from Dr. John W. brought out a statement by Dr. /r

MODERATE PRICES Studebaker, U. S. Commissionerof E. W. Brandes. principal pathologist } v d

Dewrrr c. JONES Education, called attention to of the division of sugar plant i
SUrke Florida the President's statement and en- investigations United States De- w, r 1r
.
r
closed a copy of the letter which partment of Agriculture, who $

President Roosevelt' sent to Administrator said recently that, "Chlorotlc 1 k, fer
Paul V. McNutt -of streak Is a serious, direct hazardto
the Federal Security agency. the entire Industry."
HOTEL LEAMINGTONN. "We must have welleducatedand The provost recalled that the

Intelligent citizens who have Florida sugarcane Industry was ,; ,
E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard sound judgment In dealing with menaced about 20 years ago by
the difficult problems of today," mosaic disease!', which was broughtInto
Overlooking Bay front Park and Biscayne Bay
the nation's chief executive wrote. the state with small lots of fr'fs

Opposite Union Bus Station "We must also have scientists, cane for experimental trial by

engineers, economists, and other private Individuals. "In a few

MIAMI' FLORIDAOne people with specialized knowledge, years," he said, "mosaic spreadover
to plan and to build for national the entire state, and successof r w
Block From Shopping; District And Amusements defense as well as for social and the United States Departmentof

economic progress. Young pea Agriculture in quickly breed i .
SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER ple should be advised that It Is ing varieties resistant to mosaic > .. .. V
\ their patriotic duty to continuethe ,,Y'< "'"
was the only thing that enabled ""' 1"- .
Room with Bath Singh -$1.30; Double Room with Barb52.00MIAMI'S
I normal course of their edu- Florida farmers to avert heavy ..' .../
cation, unless they are called, no losses." 5 .,.. I .--...,;;T11Yf.
MOST POPULAR
HOTEL rI
that will be
they prepared for There appears no likelihood of /

greatest usefulness to their coun- producing, within a reasonabletime I :
try. They will be promptly notified ::
of
varieties resistant to chlor-
If they are needed for other otic streak, as all "parent1, !<. ,,'" ... Coca-Cola has the charm
"
; patriotic services. stocks of cane available for breedIng 'fc

purposes become infected Its clean exhilarating taste
i iI purity. ,
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I I OIf'i RATTLING GOOD JOBVeniceComplaining quickly."It fr
ii' I
, of faulty Is much easier and cheaper," / never loses the freshness of appeal
reception on his radio, a farmer Dr. Newell averred, "to prevent __ 9
brought his set Into a radio shop Introduction of this disease into brings a
here for a repair job-and got a Florida than It will be to at- that first delighted you. It

rattling good, one. Poking Into tempt control measures later. No,. a a

Do Your Trading the "works" to find out what satisfactory preventive or control feeling of complete refreshment

was wrong, the repair man discovered measure have yet been de-
where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are two small rattlesnakes veloped, and the chances for satisfying.
completely
given away with every $40 in trade measuring 20 inches each (he did their development appear to be /by

1 or certificates. the measuring after they were I remote." F
t y Are Redeemed quite dead). Minus the rattler.' PAUSE

i In CWh If SMITH'S GARAGE the radio played,I again with\ bell- All legal blank. promissory THAT REFRESHES

You Chooce like clearness. The puzzled man note, retain title note, carried JSOTn.m
STARKE FLORIDA was unabled to figure out how ta stock by the Bradford County UNDa AUTHORITY OF TUB COCA-COLA CO. BY
the snakes got there. Telegraph. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY


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4I cPTEMBElt.. 6. 1040 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKR FLORIDA

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God i Florida Constitution Subjects All Males Governor AppealsTo Fall Fashion Preview

Does
f To Draft At Will Of Governor Aliens To RegisterPointing 1.


Such Things ? Regardless of federal action In I, Another section of the article out that the Alien I

whtf .. -- the matter of conscription every empowers the Governor to "call Registration Act wa. passed by

God do some have their way and to try every i able bodied man In the state of out the militia to preserve the Congress for the protection of U

doesn't of your:: possible human scheme for self- I Florida between the ages of 18 public peace, to E'xecutethe laws 4rk tiley
question for the
*o is this the at war-torn regulation and government. One \ and 45: are members of the state lof the state, to surpresa Insurrection friendly alien as well as

t t' as yoU look the class and by one they prove themselves to militia and may be called for or to repel Invasion." better- security of our nation,

tatridof see own country 7J have failed, because man leaving I military service in that organization I The Legislature Is given auth- Governor Fred P. Cone called on
"
our
across the God out of the scene is forevera at the will of the Governor every alien In Florida to file his

J khofetSOu mothers waiting in the ,: failure. II It has been pointed out by William ganizing registration with the U. S. Post- ,.
are "
of the broken I| Man attempts to foretell the J. Ray, Bradenton lawyer militia. office Department u soon as possible -
whhe Think and member of the State The second amendment to the
8. desolated sections future by putting two and two I II Legis- from August 27, the date

lies in the sigh of thehearted I| together. If certain things obtain i lature. United States Constitution says: the act became effective, thru
the
Hear well regulated militia, being
"Here In Florida said "A
Ray,
hlna. who after;| certain results will follow. God I December 26.
,
Jews to the security of
"we have been under
living a necessary
securitylike tella us of the future, not because ; The Allen Registration Act Is
of apparent conscription provision of the a free state, the right of the
their wanderings ;|Heexpects to gain the consentof j not aimed at any particular race
up Florida constitution far more people to keep and bear arms,
of the agelongt man, but because He plans to or nationality Governor Cone said
rhythm I II drastic than the ke-Wads- shall not be infringed. J
he how bring certain things to The force to :
"How long O Lord, pass. I worth bllL"Pointing The federal constitution also but applies with equal
t: cornerstone of prophecy Is the In the United
all living
,. I to article 14 of the gives to Congress the power to.. persons :
God do someJf character of God. Is He able to I States who have not acquired full 1 1 1Ie
| but
armies no
doesn't state constitution, he showed thatIt "raise and support ra :i i'r
Great hosts of sincere ,foresee? ls 4 He able to predetermine reads: appropriation of money to that citizenship Those having: first +e ti

something betmany ? Is He able to carry must register as aliens.
have desired I "All able bodied male Inhabi- I use shall be longer than for a papers

well-meaning leaders through? The Bible says He is. tants of the state between the period of two years." "The fact that our governmentIs

tried to do'something. Why ,(The experience of trusting souls!!I ages of 18 and 45: years that are So technically every able bodied requiring non-citizens to register '
something aboute says He la. A glowing future Is I does that we consider -
n't GOD do citizens of the United States or man in Florida between the ages not mean
I ahead for the world, not beCause -!, have declared their Intention to specified Is automatically made' them enemies" he stated,

Bible throb with eagerness I| man plans it so, but' be- become citizens thereof, shall a member of the militia or Na- "because we know that, with few
God law cause God wills It so. to exceptions they fully appreciatethe #
that question. constitute the militia." tional Guard and is subject

nswer do something about it., \1 A small ship was struggling Ray points out that It specifi- Immediate call should the law be sanctuary we have given them ,.l: ,

g there haveLn with a threatening sea. The arise. from oppression and the opportlinltleil f
ages
the Invoked
all cally says "shall" and not "may or emergency
u simple-hearted enough I I storm in its fury raged around !.._ offs_. thon-i... ... tn._ hnttoi_. .. .*

the Bible and accept -It-, ._ the forty or fifty. DRssenn. ---. n.- their physical and economical- !

elleve to say concerning there / gers with white faces looked out I Migratory Bird I Drivers' LicensesTo conditions. Their rights and
has _
t It I
well as the past. They ,with longing eyes for some sign Be DeniedIncompetent their liberties ore fully protected L !t'J J

seen as large prophetic sectionsh Jof j a break in the storm. A lad I Season To Be LongerFrom i under the laws of our democracy, _

have been fulfilled in past of twelve or thirteen was sitting j Washington comes word Persons and they have nothing to lose by '11 -

They have read the declar- /jln. the cabin, reading with interest -)|I that Secretary Ickes announces complying with the registration 1'1

a of the prophets concern] and apparently paying I !I that the hunting season for ducks, Habitual drunkards and persons requirements." : '

the coming of Christ,. and little attention to the storm. !I geese, coots and( jacktmlpe has too old and infirm to prop- There Is no fee charged for

saW Him, according to hls- Finally a passenger sitting near I been extended to 60 days this erly operate' motor vehicles will registration. All possible assist t.t' l

fulfilling in His life andh the lad, said, "Boy you don't year from the 45-day: limit of drivers' licenses ance wilt be given by the United
secure
unable to
of these prophecies.have seem to be afraid." The boy I be States Postofflce and the Allen \1'
last
300 season.
I future W F. Reid.
In the ,
looked from his book. I .F
read In their Bibleshe up Registration Division of the Department '
I of
the annual
regula
Announcing of the
Director Department .
all oftreed "Afraid ? said he. "No, not at 5
of the age, of Justice. Every non-
course tions for shooting migratory i Public Safety announced last ,
sin and lawlessness all. My father Is at the helm. citizen must be fingerprinted at I I
and waterfowl, the secretary said' Though It Is featured In the College number of Harper'sBazaar
but they have seen This Is the confidence of those week.When the. poatofflce at the time of reg
despair, that the extension was made Of band-
pos law all
of us who rest In the sure the drivers' license istration. Fingerprints made by this charming jacket la appealing to ages.
God has a program.ere sible by an Increase In the pop- effect last October, and 'brown. U U distinguished V
Into checked In
sense In which God Word of God. The storm of sin went commercial fingerprinting organizations woven Harris tweed, green '.1
Is a
doing something. Men Is beating In all Its fury on this ulation of these birds. the Florida Highway Patrol had will not be accepted, and because of Its delicious smell Its smart box cut and

ways God overrules. Men turn; old world, but Christ la our The regulations also lengthenedthe not been organized and there was no one can register or be fingerprinted Us wear-ever usefulness t :

: But for the I Saviour, and God Is our Father, hunting day. Shooting may no existing agency which could for the non-citizen-this .,

overturns.is allowing men to,| and His hand Is ii on the helm! start at sunrise and continue until. examine and Investigate appli- must be done In person.
t part He 4 p. m. for waterfowl and coot.I cants for drivers' licenses he Lo The Poor Editor 1

I Last year the hours were 7 a. m. said.: As a result the Departmentof Allen registration records will ,

Hall who assisted the hostess! in caring to 4 p. m. Jacksnlpe may be Public Safety has received be kept secret and confidential Consider the poor editor! ,, :
Sssion I under the of the law :
her provisions ,,
for guests.Mr. i
hunted from sunrise to sunset. several complaints that persons child Is born unto the wife :

d Tabernacle and Mrs. H. Conerly and The bag limit on ducks remains too aged and Infirm to properly Governor Cone said, and no one citizen In town. The t
I o f Okeechobeewere and some will bit allowed to examine these
Oleatha Kelly 10 a day. operate motor vehicles 'i j
'False Gods! False Prophets visiting relatives here over Shorter seasons' were provided persons who are habitual drunk records without the express per getteth ten plunks. The .

False Religions," was the sub the week-end. geese coots and Jacksnlpe in the ards have been grafted drivers' mission of the Attorney General wrlteth a stick and a half ,

of the Bible Study held at Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews Donald southern zone. Including Florida, .Iran._ ..-..-..-.. of the United States. Those reg- telleth the multitude that !'
I istering need have no fear that } ,
night Crews and Miss Lube din Pin- Is from November 2 to Decem- Where there Is any doubt si* child tlppeth the scale at '
Mission Hall Tuesday I the information thus obtained will t ,
holster were visiting relatives in ber 31. to an applicant's physical or men pounds. Yeah, he lIeth as a
Testaments were giver be used against them In any economic
and
eR who have Hortense, Ga., Sunday. As In previous years, the num- tal ability to properly operate a turlan. And the proud

me of the children In Mills Ruby Shaw of Jackson ber of waterfowl that may be motor vehicle, an examination way."Every giveth him a Cremo I
mem-
work
outstanding citizen should remember
last week with relatives possessed at any time Is limitedto will be made by a patrolman be ,
ville spent Behold the one &
ilnj Scripture. two days' bag but a new rule fore the license Is granted- according that aliens residing In this country young '
here. and the
;t la surprising to note how makes It possible to possess the to Instructions issued last are here as our guests," Governor up and graduateth, 1

ly, people are deceived bj Mr. and Mrs. Benny Waters of I:legal limit for 20 days after the week by Reid. Cone said, "and that we putteth Into his paper a 9 ;

teaching. There are a great Apopka were visiting friends and close of the season' Instead of '10 searched should do everything possible to notice. Yeah, a peach of a
week. Court records will be He telleth of the wlsdow
last tice.
relatives here In
her of cults and religious help them and our government
that easily mislead people Drunks Cause Wreck days.The bag of canvassbacks, redheads and other reliable sources in of information seeing that they are properly the young woman and of here*
will be used compiling Like
fact that so few people ir The Sheriff's warning to. buffleheads and ruddy drunkards registered. The government ceeding comeliness.
habitual -
Bibles it drivers had no effect on I a Hat of simply wants to find out how the roses of Sharon Is she '
churches read their drunken ducks Is limited to three a day, to weed out .
>Iy responsible for this. A some negroes from High Springs : of any of these species. The regulations In an effort drivers at many of them are here, who they her gown Is played up to I.

'who's well-read in the Saturday night, for that was the j.. also provide that not 'as many incompetent will be In are, where they are and what the band. And the d :

ptures Is not easily deceivedfalse cause of a wreck In Brooker. more than three of thin entire possible. All cases they are doing. And It wants gets two score and four Iron, .
Florida -
prophets who, seek toe Leslie and Lorene Thomas and I.I group may be taken in one day. vestigated by before the licenses Highway are this Information In order that It And the editor gets a note, i
Patrol
olutiana Hicks returning home I these may offer them better protection thanks from the sweet girl &
: capital of the Ignorance Pete were .The possession limit o n
I from the show and happened to birds also Is double the dally bag granted ,or refused. as well as In the Interest of uate..
had the I "Ne arly 700 drivers' licensee national friendly goeth And'l'1'
,ere are three classes of false be the unlucky ones they limit. security. Every And the daughter .

Ions: those that appeal tc wreck with. Lorena has several i The bag limit on coots Is 25: a have been revoked for drunker alien will cheerfully comply with journey And the editor \<
Pete had driving since the law went Into the Allen Registration Act." the of the
mind-or mental religions;; severe cuts and bruises. day and on Jacksnlpes 15: a day Reid said himself on story
tooth knocked out and several limited to not effect last October, well party. It runneth a
e that appeal to the emo- one with possession Patrolwe ,f':
they express themselves in bruises while Leslie was not exceed the dally bag limit "In the Florida Highway which VANDERKILT solid. And the fair one

for a severe lick on now have an agency bereth him with a picture k '
lanai excesses; and those hurt, except doubtful fly Miss Velma Norman i'
neck. Lorena is unable to FARM can be used to investigate card that costeth six for a
which the BROOK
flesh
appeal t& the SUNNY
attend school for a few days. One cases, and the law gives us Miss Mildred Knight of Starkewas Behold, she retuineth, and
Itself In sensuality
express j the negroes was hurt. The : fly Miss Armila Crosby the authority to refuse license visiting Miss Eunice Snow- youth of the town fall down :
religion of physical activity
10f .
We Intend ,
wreck. I of to Incompetent persons. den here Sunday. She picketh one and
Christian will trust In the Thomas car Is a complete Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brown citizens and worship.

Ing of the Spirit of God and Miss Mildred Morgan and sis Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Eston to protect our O. C. Manning and son, Leon, she picketh a lemon. But
our public
p his Bible daily and pray foifiom ter, Mrs. Cecile Collins, of Tampa Brown of Sampson City were tourist visitors traveling enforcement ol of Jacksonville\ spent this week editor calleth him one of "
with Mr. and and highways by and Mrs. J. H. Manning men and
from God, he will be spent last week visiting Mrs. Arle Brown the best of our end with Mr. promising young ,

(fled against all false teach- Mrs. G. B. Colson. I Mrs Nona Dyal Sunday. the law" to and family of this section. teth away with it. And
,
Perry Gainey was visiting his Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and ability. Misses Velma Norman of Vanderbilt send unto the editor a bid to ,'

TABERNACLE sister: Mrs. Collins, who is In Mr. and Mrs, Dewey Woods of and Hazel Manning of wedding, and behold, the bids
:
Luke's Hospital Saturday. Jacksonville were visiting friends GRAHAM Jacksonville, attended church ser- fashioned In a far city. I :
-MI Friday night and Sunday St. '
t there were services held at Melvin Home Bums and relatives of this section Sun- By Mr*. L. C. Smith vices at the home of Mr. and Flowery and long Is the

Tabernacle. Curtis Melvla's home was com- Mrs. Raleigh Conner of Hellbronn which the editor prlnteth.
Sunday night day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson
service destroyed by fire Wed- Nona Dyal attended Sunday afternoon.Mr minister getteth ten bones.
was In.charge of Mr pletely and children and Mrs Barbee .
of last week. The church at Lawtey Tuesday night. and Mrs. Willie Raulerson groom standeth the editor oft :
lee who used as his subject,,, nesday night I Holmes of Jacksonville were visit- ,
"
the
s started from the kitchen.No Among those attending visiting Mrs. Itaull'rson'sparents a twelve month subscription.
preeminent Christ. Mr. blaze and Mrs. Harvey Starling -' were !
Mr. 1
es will have charge of the one was home but Mr. Mel- I Holiness Convention at Lake City Ing Sunday and Monday.Mr. 'I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Snow- All flesh Is grusH and In .: )

day night service this week. vin. He estimated the loss at I Sunday were: Mrs. W C. Ward den Sunday. the wife Is gathereth unto

Will speak on "A Four-eyed about 1500. A very small I and family Mr. and Mrs. Bob and Mrs.of Roy Reddick Reynoldsand were I! Miss Eata Manning of Jack- soil. The minister getteth .J.: ,

I'Klon.' of Insurance was carriedon Halslop and son, Fred Haislop, children bit. The editor prlnteth a ,\.
amount sonville Is visiting her parents,
Myrtle Dobbs. Mrs. In e z visiting Mrs. Reynold's parents,,, notice two columns of ,"'
Miss '
,
Oon't building
forget the Bible School the Strickland, over Mr and Mrs. J. H. Manning and
E.
day afternoon at three o'clock Friends of Mrs. Vera Gainey I Kelly and son, Donald Kelly. Mr. and Mrs family here. three lodge notices, a cubit :

regret to learn that Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly were the weekend poetry and, a card of thanks. "
re will will !
be classes for all ages. Collins and Mrs. F. M. Norman
Mr.
and has been taken to St. Luke'sHospital. I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. I Mrs. Lizzie Dryden and son, i
bring your Bibles.BROOKER she and Carter of this section
are of Pine Level Sun- Starke were visiting Aubrey
Latest reports R. Hall Zeke of
Improving.Mr. I friends and relatives Sunday. attended church services at
that she Is i day.Mrs. I Pine Level Saturday night.
I Sowell of Carl Thomas spent several
and Mrs. L. W. Mrs. Lacy 1 Edwarus ana daughter -
.
By Mrs L. L. Parker Micanopy attended church at De days last week with relatives at Louise, of Starke are visit- Singing Contention

I dan Sunday afternoon. i I New River. ing the former's son-in-law and Please remember the Singing ,"

The Sewing Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baxter of Buren Brown of Plant City daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R S. Convention at Water Oak church

Sewing Club met at the were visiting Mr I was visiting his grandmother,, Wasdln. Sunday. September 8. Everyone .'
of Mrs. G. B. Colson lastsday. Jacksonville after- attend. Dinner will .
and Mrs. L. R Gainey Sunday. Mrs. Arle Brown, Sunday Rev. L. G. Hemingway of la I Invited to
Each of the
member a be served on the grounds
Is spending
George Baxter noon. Starke filled his regular appointment -
Presented Mrs. Reba Lee In' Crosby Is upending. of Jacksonville
children Evelyn -
with his Mrs. morning and evenIng Mr Wesley Loyleaa '
'on few days Sunday
a recent bride, with a gift with her son and
Ga. this week church. Is upending part of this week I'.j,
: the Baptist
TM Hortense at
and contests were enjoyed and Mrs. Charlie Clyat I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. and with Mr. and Mrs. J H. Manning I. .,:'t'1' .
Mr. Frescott son, ,
everyone Hattie T
and Mm.
Prizes were won few days In Tampa+ A Crosby of Brooker. and family of Vanderbilt 1 '
Mrs Bryan and Mrs. V. V. are spending a I Mr. and Mrs Jessie Vinnlng Woodrow, Mr: and Mrs. George ':' 'JI! '
I
ten The visiting relatives : I. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill I 't"f.
next will Mr. Prescott .I'
meeting Coleman of Gaines of Lake Butler were visiting DOUKLE RUNBy j ; '
It t the home of Miss Lubedla Mrs Henry Sowell of i J. N. Kelly 'Sunday Hines and children of Lonjrwood; /
H. Mrs.
J. land .
holster and Mrs. relatives over Mm.V.. A. TylerMilton
Tasty refreshments! vllle visiting Mrs. V I afternoon. visited friends and : ( :

Punch and cake served Lacrosse were who has the week-end., '4Ah, 'I'
were and Mrs. O. C. Kelley Mrs. Amanda Silcox, I Carter of Jacksonville
.the hostesses Mrs. G. B. Col- V. Hazen I' been spending sometime with Mr. L. C. Smith, Jr., returned to spent Sunday here. : ii '; ;",. .

Mrs Gene Long' and Mrs. Monday. ot spent the recently after spending j\i"\ ,
C. Crosby his home
Baxter C
''rl Mr and Mrs. Grady ( and Mrs. Mrs. Daisy Sutton and two ;' 'f!.
Markey. Monday with Mrs week-end with her son-ln-Iaw and several days In Daytona Beachas children Betty and Henry of

mil and Mrs. Loyd Dyal's home'wiy Baldwin Baxter's spent mother. Mrs. R. PLewis. [; daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell guest of his brother-in-law and Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Luve- t A 'k ,
and Mrs. O. O. Graves.
completed. They plan 'Norman of Vanderbilt. sister Mr. nla Barker of this section Sunday
:nova In soon. Forsytlu I I and Mrs J. B. Griner of Mrs. Ancll Norman
I Mr. and Mrs. Roy I Mr. Mr. and Mrs Dewy Bennett of Lawtey
lIt and J. W. Forsythe were visiting Mrs. Grlner'sparents. and children of Hellbronn SprIngswere 5xioOOgad
titre. Harry Sapp of and children and Tampa was visiting her daughters, Mrs.
k+ visitor! I and Mrs.'J. N. Kelly, Mrs. Norman's
nvllie> few were Mr. guests of ) of
are
spending a 'I Winter Haven Mabel and Margaret Magerl
of
}1 Mrs. C. C. Crosby, and Mrs R. M.
with Mr. Sapp's mother here Sunday and Monday. and sister, parents Mr this section Saturday ,
s, Nora Raymond Crew..I recently. Johnson, Sunday. ,
Sapp. Mr and Mrs. J. C. Roberts of this section I
and little
llr and 1 Mrs. Gene Hazen of of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs Mrs Alton Dobbs Lulu. Mrs. Carlton Davis of Brookerwas spent Sunday with his uncle, You'll th. r..t ot the college

'ruota were visiting relatives Crew's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O daughter spent Sunday In visiting her parents Mr. and Earlie Thomas of Rising. crowd aboard Florid Motor Linos bus oacout* to .1, ,

8 over the week-end. W. Barry Sunday. here attended end and attended church servicesat Mrs. Berry Dyal recently. Mrs. Jean Fleming of Miami school. FavoriU ol studonts and faculty aUko. bu.. go .

hower' for Bride Many people from aI I t: New Hope. and Mrs. Viola Summer of Sax- right to the campus gates ol Florida SUto College lor c 71
services WIHTK '
ON
'11/1.1 JW, Kelly was honored the church Mrs. Coy Gay of Keystone TAGS TO BE RED 1941 ton were visiting Mrs. W. A. Women. University oi Florid Stetson and other college

11 a miscellaneous shower at New Hope Sunday. Hazer I Heights Is visiting her brother Tallahassee Florida's Tyler and Mrs. N. D. Carter *. Tb.r:* *n EXTRA saving on every trip by bu*.

t nome Of MISS Joella Barry Mr. and Mrs. Pervls Ellis Clemons this week. automobile tags will be red white on Sunday. CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION Lacy Conwayn Agt.

day I In Gainesville Sunday. .I Mathis and child- white-red figures on a
afternoon Games and were Mrs. Walter
ntti Plnholste. Jewel Porter of this section
were
Mrs., Guy background, the same as ul
and visiting
Were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Mr ren of Jacksonville are
pen 'announced Sunday with Evelyn Tyler
Jacksonville spent
it was
HI. children of this week. used la 1939, '
le/,received many beautiful and and J. W. Pin Mrs. Alice Thomas D. W. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ellingtonof
Mrs. Commissioner
"' with of this week by
week Hazen
Pfts. Alph
last and Mrs.
LateIn the after- Mr.
Mrs.
be madeat Starke w. revisiting
1\\ The plates will
rerreshments holster.Dr. the week-end with I Flnley.
d of salad, cake of Maine Orlando spent Luvenla Barker Saturday.
tea W. H. Clemons Raiford by state prisoners.
Hazen.
were served by the over the week. Mr. and Mrs. Mann:
visiting
Itets here
and Miss Lucile :Melvin,. was




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EJIIT nn\nvnnn COUNTY TBMirnRAPH. STARKE. FLORm.\ _ _ _ FRIDAY 8fPT1-:- -...'..__

: : ; I&& ties, $1)28,000.000; 1937, 9490; liabilities, $183.- Manassa Retains J I Serious Trouble Students Become Bold one ot he '

i 1. The Bradford County Telegraph I will\ prepare hUlle8 I
: 000.000.Do Title At Light Plant Amateur Janitors 11
Tennis l1ehClou.'
_H we again hear from Indiana the j I and pack ,? 111

"tbll; iled 1877 plaintive inquiry: "Where is the recovery?" By defeating Buddy Bishop The municipal light and water As part of the economy program will be no Olll\\rr. "! bo*

PublilOlled Weekly <>n Fridays and Entered IM* Sec There it is, in the plain, unmistakableterms three straight sets Monday night. I plant has faced a serious emerg the School it Is Board forced last to inaugurate week notified on the box, ,. eXl.pt''dent

.- ond Clan MntU-r at the I'oit Office at Starke, Flu. of statistical fact. I George Manasia successfully de- : ency for the past 15 days following the Janitors of all Bradford corresponding WIth a

-- i Wtle Starke's best i the breakdown August 26 of i sold. When a one ,
Without exception since the advent of fended his as County Schools that their, per box man find!
.i MEM.BER. wJF tennis player. The match was Its newest' and most powerful services were no longer requiredeffective I' with hIS nUIl1be..
the New Deal in 1933 in each and I he will hav,.
,
every I
r Is expectedto 1 which I liu.
The trouble September was I I
engine. Piea
tennis tour-
: essential item of national financial and in- I'I'part of the Inter-city be repaired by today or tomorrow Sunday.An owner's company al' r
F TFLO = nament played last week andI sides the 'UDl!
dustrial activity, there has been strong and however. I examination of the financial II I be a box .Upr. t?,
: ., 2f4-tic(* I Monday of this week on the Monday morning. August 26, condition of the various districts I tennis meet 'Ih
substantial recovery. And the wonder is with a Lake ? '
K. L. l\latt'bew, _________.. Editor and Owner municipal courts under sponsor- the new 300 horsepower' Fair showed that funds would permit; City "".
: ,,- that many of the big business interests ship t of the Co-Ed Class of the I banks-Morse diesel engine. Installed -, one janitor at Bradford Elementary ent The plans work OUI., and

SUBSCRIPTION 1t\.TK- which have conspicuously benefited by that Methodist Church The tourna- | In September 1938 groundto and High School In Starke I will be proceeds of the
Yearly $1.60; HU Month, 73c: -Payable In Advance the j a stop while supplying the and one at the Lawtey Junior used for defray
'. recovery are joining Republican party ment Included doubles and singles I pensea of (he ?
.1
: : town's entire output of electric High School. In view of this I flooU-iZ|
and its nominee in asking "Where is the matches for women and etc., Installed '
men. I burned the Board re-employed I on the
of fact
? This Should Silence Those Who Ask current, as the result a the Co-El, Co
recovery?" when they know it and see it children, and all winners will re-,out connecting-rod bearing. The I""Bradey Bryant for B. H. S. and Class.No'rlt' .

L "Where Is The Recovery? and feel it in their own business and all celve trophies. The presentation current Interruption was only.l)I a man, at Lawtey at salaries not .: Of.' 'P"c'\( \ ;;

-. :. Occasionally we come across an opinion around them. of cups and medals will be made]I' two minutes In duration how- to exceed $30 per month. sells'I",, t lIEI: :.,fl

from some other editor that is expressed next Friday night at the Co-Ed'ever, as engineer Robert Jackson L In all the schools it will be I NOTI(' .: r 1111I IHItF.IIY'n;, IIQ

much better than we could hope to put Mr. Freeman is justified i in commentIng community box supper to be held.i already had the plant's 240 horse necessary that the students them.I I Certifliat That L. .n, Nu Vining hill: _
so on the tennis courts beginning at duties I tal :, j..u
: .. power diesel engine started up. selves do most of the formerly day of AUgUst
f. it ourselves and whose conclusions coincide : "There was absolutely no foundation 7:30 o'clock. l filed camp A. D. I'
a : / He had heard the unusual noise discharged by the janitors. I II made In mr 'fie ,
so exactly with our own thoughts along the for the claim made by Mr. Willkie as to the I Nina Bishop captured the cup the new motor developed Just before An examination trip to the I be IM"u..1I application Ilwr"on rllr a tat

same line, that we cannot resist the temptation non-success of the New Deal. It has I In the women's singles Wednes-; stopping and was getting high school here this week re- I lowing Said cprtlflclt'dpMl'rlh.d', "nlhar.,

worked and has worked and day night of last week by defeating ready to shift the electric: load L vealed to the Telegraph's reporter County of 1traIrJ,prop"l,
magnificently .
editorial and I ( 81111.
a to yield our space give Marjorie Stump two sets from it to the other engine! when L la building and campus that was I I Ida. to-wit I

; : the borrowed material the full support of if he thinks for one moment that this nation 6-1 and 6-2. Olin White, Jr., will the new apparatus failed I even cleaner than when several I II I 21 SF.1':.%, ('nnlalnl"K of stI4:' ie., '!'p.

would tolerate a Hoover again receive the for winning the I! Janitors were employed. Students The RM"'n'A'' 10 arr..
_ : our unqualified endorsement. servingas cup I I I Subsequently a new bearingwas .rty unliAr lh-' ''I "r 1'' Ih. ..
Juniors' singles as he defeated the have charge of their individual sued Mall. r.rlill
adviser installed
: an a President Emeritus, or but an examination wa" in t th< nnm
Such editorial appeared recently in Lumber f' 01
an other runner-up Bobble Biggs rooms and the campus, "
.. perhaps in the Cabinet he doesn'tknow showed another bearing was p I Un I.."" ...
just Halll i ,
of week. will attend to '11".1."
Thursday last while the I ,
the much-quoted Tampa Tribune. Its facts night |I almost ready to give trouble., f -janitor r"dpelllt'd a. iiit" Ing ,

and figures are so authoritative and so well- the American people." The men's doubles were taken This bearing was also replacedbut I the halls, auditorium, cafeteria,, I I sold property! to thl'di'sirfl.hlorh.1, ',|>'d| !hi.rel to i 'li1'|I

O by T. K. McClane, Jr., and burned out again during a furnace etc.Principal I eon rt ho U Ce. d,..., "I> Ih.bidder
prepared that it seems to answer once and E. L. Williams stated day t In the fir
The Story Of The War Charles Darby last Friday night trial run of the engine last week : which moot h o..lIIbt.
I- ,
for all those carping critics of' President when they defeated Garland God- Tuesday a Fairbanks-Morse engineer I "Everyone Is doing his bit and I th 7h i, of, (
|I 1940.nated?
As Mother Goose Would Tell It win the things seem to be working out I thl -th ,
: Roosevelt who close their eyes and ask, and Buddy Bishop In J was called to determine U40. d. of Sf|
Another editor comes forward-th I finals. The metals for takingthe and repair the trouble. beautifully under the curtailed L (OFFICIAL SEAL
"What has the New Deal really accomplished ) A. J
1
"
A time in with women's; doubles will go to I In the meantime however set-up. I Clerk of Circuit! Court of B
rhyme-- an opinion .so cleverly | the
I County, FloridaNOTICE
in the past eight years ? Nina Bishop and sister Dot I plant and its consumers had to: So practically Is the work divided I t.t{
-
expressed that we cannot resist passing :it 3 Powell. defeated up among the many students
They Marjorie
The rebuttal that follows is borrowed I depend upon the older engine thatwas 0. A P"l.IfATIO'r ,
on to our readers. This is from th Stump and Evelyn Stump Thurs Installed in 1930 and that individually no one i \X IHU: : \
normally
in its entirety from the Tribune: day night" of last week. By being experiences a noticeable amount I ('4flt, Hill o. 11130
Waynesboro, Pa., Republican: \ develops only 150 kilowatts l NOTIC"; Is HEREBY: .
In his acceptance speech, Candidate a winner In both singles and and a little two-cylinder 50-kilo-: of extra work or trouble, and the That R. H. ( ewr hold.r ,
doubles. Nina co-operation is reflected by a savIng Certificate Nu. 474, \\mtrt
Wendell Willkfe said : Ten little countries feeling very Bishop unquestionably watt engine put into the plant : enjoys the city tennis championship when it was modernized back in I of thousands of dollars annually filed name In my offlc, i

________________ "The New Deal believes, aa frequently declared fine; among the women. 1922 This gives the plant a to the county school system. be made iHHued application thvrrnn for a III d

that the upending: of vast eumfl of Adolf ogled Austria, and then .,., In the JUniors doubles Olin capacity of only 200 kilowattsand I Said certificate emljrain II

________________ money by the government i la a virtue In itself. there were nine. White. Jr., came out on top with last Saturday night the plant'I Omintv lowing i\t described lluilpi>.il propmr tii.u ... .
They tell us that government spending Insures I Jack _Halle as his partner.! These I was.. called upon to give Its all- Box Supper Ida--i- .w'lt---: "" inatp 01
Nine little two I Com at 8E Our of '
defeated -
recovery. Where Is the recovery? countries-who could George Fiynn Jr., time record production of 2,140K. I See 29 & Run W ggu (:
To Benefit 375 ft. 1 ti
That question is answered by Alan know their fate and Bobby Biggs Thursday after. W. H. of current. Normally Tennis. 242 ft to a I't of beg I th'
noon of last week. the 478 ft, W aGO ft << t"l ft

Freeman, a member of the Ohio bar anda Neville went to Munich, and then The Interest In the tournament of reserve light plant as the would broken have engine plenty The Methpdist Co-Ed Class next SEVi ft' to Section pt of b.g4 29 Township A In I I II

widely experienced business man, now there. were eight. centered about the men's doubles I will produce 200 kilowatts alone. of Friday the night most unusual is sponsoring entertain-one more Range or 22 less East. cuntalnlni I

and these matches drew the At one time early The axBeHBincnt, of Iht
at Auburndale who Saturday night ni
sojourning recently little ments in the history of Starke: a
Eigh countries
praying hardto largest crowds each night of the the load was 190 K. W. H., Just fOrty under the mild 'crlitli
_ gave, in this column a thorough and con- heaven ; tournament. ''Those seeking to 10 under Its peak capacity, and community box supper. The event sued Karhel wan McArthiirUnleuM In the name of

vincing statement of New Deal principlesand wrest the men's singles championship plant will be held at the municipal ten- Haiti "urtlfliale il h,
_ Poland answered, "No Sir !r" and employes were fearful that nis courts beginning at 7:30: 0'- redeemed according to U.
achievements.Mr. from Manassa, 'who won It one of the two old engines might property demrllivcl th...lii ,.
then there were seven. last year in the Rotary Club "lay down" at clock and the opening event on old to the hlKhmt( lildilrr I
Freeman referred to his uptodateand any moment as the program will be the awarding courthonwe doni ,in thn fin
tournament
were: T. K. McClane, neither had been .
worked for overa day In the month if Odib
authentic store of financial and busi- Seven little countries in a fear- Jr., Al Manassa, Bill Stephens. year. but' had been run almost of the tennis tournament cups which U the Till[ il II) of (I'';

_ ness reports, and he fully and specifically some fix ; Garland Godwin Judge B. K steadily. The new engine has and metals to the respective win- 1940.Dated this 4lh dny of I I.,
Perryman. Buddy Bishop Charles had less than her, 1940.(4)l"FICIAT..
Hitler "rescued" Denmark and five months of continuous ners.The
then
_ answers:: Mr. Willkie's question, "Where is Darby, Eldredge Smith. L. M. running since box supper will follow. SEA) A. J 1 TI
installed Clerk of C'iitiilt fnurl nf B
: the recovery?" there were six. Gaines Hugh Ingram. and "Red" two years ago. and has never. The men of the. town are asked County, Florid '4 4 II I

First dealing with big business interests Jones. George Manassa and run entirely satisfactorily to purchase the numbered tickets
_________ .;, Six little countries sitting on a Darby reached the semi-finals in from the Co-Ed class at a cost "\OTHF ,

1 he gives us this incontrovertible statement hive ; one of the two groups the con- Coca-Cola of 50 cents. For every ticket BRAI>FOMI flrptemhrr>. c 01 ::1'\'rt._<1.,, IIIM Fl I

of fact: Traitors in Norway, and then there testants were divided Into, and Machinery NOTICE NOTICE purmmnt IS HEKEBThat lo \ ',

_ __ 'Comparative earning of 12 of the largest' Bishop and McClane reached the Being Installed'Twentytwo Notice IH hereby given to all Chapter mn I-aw 110"0"1.aooh:1:
__________ were five. }. seml-tlnalal.InQthe) other group. whom It may concern that on the Aftu of ,
___
____ and moet miecfMfuJ Industrial enterprise I In 8th day of October 1940. I will PHY ACT the following, << d'',
_ America: DuPonr, General Motora. Chrynlei! % Five little countries all Manassa and Bishop won the skilled men have apply to the Coonty Judge of land In Bradford County. ,
abhorringwar respective matches and then Man- work In full swing this week Bradford County for' discharge an will be offered for alet. t
_ _ Republic Steel Ilethlrhem Steel, Montgomery en- Administrator of' the Estate of outcry for the hlxhcxt a n
; ... assa defeated Bishop by taking larging the plant of the Starke Earl Cook Sr. cash bid subject to 'ths r
Wont Goodyear, Goodrich, General Electric, Luxemburg was and then three of five Sets, 6-1 764, Coca-Cola Bottling Company here. Thin the 5th day of September the TruHtee" of the Intrnprovement
easy 1940 Fund to reert) i
Sear-Ro burk. Wfatlnghouae,, Penney. Theoo .
there Monday nla-ht/-: Darby Jones who Is In charge of Early Cook Jr, Admtnlntrator. all bids, at the fourthouw
12 firms. employing billion of capital and were foiir.---- A majority of the matches the work, stated that the plant 9-6 4t 9-27 nine at 10'00 oclm-lc' A.I .

4 million of worker, modt., no profit or prac- Four little countries one were at night under the floodlights should be able to begin bottling VOTICB;: TO CREDITOR! I the Both day for of road teplMilxBanement right( .r
beyondthe
tically no profit In 1932. These name flrnw installed on the court by on the new equipment by Tues All persona having claim. or de-, 100 feet wide will through l b. r

made a net profit of 9324,000,000 In 1936 and sea; the Co-Ed Class. A few of the I I day. When work Is complete. the. mend, against the e.tate of D. W. there from la any an existing parcel Stole, R
Kelly
thene 'atune' firms made a net profit of $549- Tulip time in Holland-and then juniors' games were played off in bottling works will have a triple file their deceased claims are In due notified form in to WV4( of Loin I, 2 A of t El Uv 12'!
lot 8 of Blk 4 Town
,, 00.000 In the afternoon. The Co-Ed tour- I capacity over the present possible the office of the County Judge of 68
1939. _..., there were three. Bradford County Florida In the of Ry. Seo 23 Two
nament output, 24.000 bottles I Lot 7 Blk 1 Original 7'P'
began Monday night of of soft Courthouiie, at Htarke, Florida with .
Mr. Freeman
accompanies this asser- last week and was concluded I, drink per day, or 72,000 bottles in 8 calendar months from Sep Starke In NElj 'f liW"

tion with the individual statements of the Three little countries feeling very Monday night of this week. Not I per day. tember become II.940 void.Marga"et. else the same will Twp Lots 6 S I., R.2. 3 22&E.S'4' of L"

companies named-and that is the answer, blue ; only the tennis players, but the The enlarged plant includes the. tratrix T..., Kelly Aa Adminis'. Addition Blk 4 LIvlnsrHton.to htark In Truly%t0" I

.. in specific financial and industrial instances. Belgium said, "Heil, Hitler l I-! and extensive townspeople interest as well, manifested I building adjoining the present Kelly. of the Estate 9-6 of 4t D 9-27 W. Sec.Lot 28, 6 Twp.of nik 6 S. U R.\ 'U"! E'

then there were two. by turning out Coca-Cola building on the north Truby & Co'f Addition to
Then he shows "where is the recovery" In large numbers to see the which formerly housed the Ford NOTICE TO ORFRNDANT SeC'. 28. Twp. 6 S R.1. E
.
- in the various lines of national industry andactivity Two little countries standing by matches The Co-Ed class sold I Garage. This building has several IV FOR THIS HHAUFORn fIRCI'IT' fOVRT COUNTY.IN AND & EIi Co', ..of. Sub.DiViOi0Th Blk 41 Llvln,of!"\

.
with the cold drinks peanuts. and candy times the floor space of the FIOIIIUA. Elli terse .II'IHCIIL. Nn%. Spo. 28. Twp. 6 III./,
following verified comparative the gun ; during the former riiunr. IN CHANCERY I..ta 9, 10 131k Z1 T'mn"
tournament
- to help plant and will be used asa Della Johnson, lion to Starke, Sec 2*, Twi
figures : France was disillusioned, and then meet expenses. store-house for bottled drinks Plalntltf.va It. 22 s:. ..
Employment: 1932. 37.704,000; 1936, 44- The class and as a All, ((4 lot) Blk 81 l P .
there was one. this week expressedIts garage for the fleet I Emmett Johnson dltion to Staike In SWlj of?
73,000. sincere appreciation, to Charles of Coca-Cola trucks. It has been IN:. Defendant, N of 9th. Street, Sec 21, T.

_ _ .Unemployment 9 S 2 12,418,000; 193, 7- One little country standing all Darby, George Manassa, T. K.HcClane leased from the owner, Mrs. G. ne;' THM FLORIDA NAME OREETINU OF THE : STATE R.All 22 U3 E. Tote) Blk 12 "
068.000. alone Jr., Ruth Sternberg. and C. Livingston of Tampa. with the TO Emmett Johnson whoa real| dltion to Starke In NWII ,of
dentand address are unknown 9th., Street !See.! :1
N of
_______________ Automobile Production-Pamrnger Cars, .19- Olin White Jr., for their cooperation option to buy. You! are hereby notified and required 8, 22 "r:.
+ 32. 1,186,185 Bulldog versus dachshundwho'Uget with and assistance to For the first time In to appear, to the bill of ATi{ ei 4' lots) Blk 11 F'
1937 .f
; 4,068.933. Trucks. 1932. many
complaint *
he class filed herein against dltion to Starke In \ ?
: In you
the the ,
bone staging tourna years the ,
245,282, 1937 947.B02. cement floor of the on \before Monday the 7th day N of 9th, Street.! see
ment. "They made our tournament former garage Is seeing the of October A. D 1940. S". R.
Radio Seta In (T* .-1932, 18.000.000; 1940, To which we beg to add: a success." Elmo Struth of day aa the light It U further ordernd that this 'ta231.E2.1 6. 1. tO of in
thick black epidermis notice and order be published In Peeks, Addition to<> III ark'
40.000.004. resident of the Co-Ed Class said of grease that covered It the Bradford County of NW'4 N of 9Ch., titreet!,
Iron (jcro tons) 1932, 8,781,000; 1931, And if Britain loses, Wednesday. for years has been scrubbed of newspaper published ni nail cSuntyfour Twp. 6 S.. R. 22 E. A d4Starke
Hradforcj p..k'
37.137,000. won't it be too bad ?- A large doorway has been away.cut Consecutive! once weeks.each, week for Lot 1 In Blk NWH 34 of SWL' SR

; Steel-1032. 13.681,000; 1937. 30,569,000. Those who won't prepare now, Alien RegistrationPostmaster / into the wall separating the two aeal WITNESS t1es 4th, my day hand of and September official Street.TRUSTEES Sec .2 OF*. TWPi TVvBRING > 6 'lTIMPROVSMINT

__ __ __ _ Electrical Energy. (kllowntt hoars)-1932. will certainly wish they had. buildings. The new machinery I A(OFFJC'IAL. I). 1940 D 'Of
85,376,772,000; 1937. 121836813000. : F, F. Stump stated with the exception of the water CJ"rk Circuit REAL) A. J- Thomas, i STATE 010' FI.ORID'\'A g.n''
__ __ Court.
n A J.
.... yesterday that Jobn By '
nation-wide registration cooling condensers and the J. HenderHon i Fund, Bradford'U.
Building IndiiNtry Dwellings, built, 1932 water Solicitor esca, I tees I. f.:
German Radio of aliens I began on softening for Plaintiff 9-6 4t 8.17 .
27,380, 1938, Un.l0"'alue 'or all new buildings PropagandaIs apparatus, will be In .
Tuesday, Aug. 27. and will continue the same building
I
_____________ 193*. $481.219,448; 1938, 1175841359. Extremely Two-faced to Dec. 26. During this as previously.New .

Industrial Slock Priors-1032, low 41.32; Nazi propagandists continue to bombard period> all aliens 14 years of age will have equipment twice the being Installed'

1937. high 194.40. the airways with conflicting stories., or older are required to appearat capacity and the plants bottling present I YOUR LIVESTOCTO

_ _ Railroad Stock Price 1932, low 13.23; Following Hitler's theory that the truth i is I i their postofflce, give the Information now in use will be apparatus re

__ _ 1987. high 64.46. required by the Allen tained. The huge water
Public Utility StiNk I'rlc4"1932, low 16.33: unimportant-that the effect is the only Registration Act of 1940. and be has a settling tank with a softener PALATKA MARKENow

1937, high 37.54. thing to consider-they tell the French that fingerprinted. Persons with first of 1800 gallons much capacIty larger

rrU""". ItrcH\ed by Fanners for Various the Reich has no quarrel with them ; the register.citizenship Postmaster papers must also than the water softener now in

ComnuxIIttes-1933 compared' wIth 1936. British that Churchill is the that Stump believes use. In spite of the difference In
bogey man registration in Bradford size however Under New ManagementAUCTION
WfeMit, 32.9: to 92; corn. 19.1 to 53; hoR, 3.8 that is forcing this horrible war upon County will be light because no change there In will be absolutely -

tie IUH ; IxM-f cattle 4.3 to 6.22; sheep XJV to there are very few foreign-born of the quality
the Canadians that the soft water :Mr. LIV1
Europe fools Jones
; they
are said.
< f.34; wool 12.5 to :24.1 ; cotton 3.6 to 11.1; people> in this section who have OF CATTLE AND

potatoes. 47.1 to 65.4. to bring needless suffering by fighting not already become naturalized Books In Districts STOCK EVERY TUESDAY AT

Rayon roductlon-1932. 134,000,000; 1936, Britain's war; and the Americans, that citizens. I

Z17.000.000. Hitler isn't such a bad guy, after all. N. D. Wainwrlgnt. Bradford 2 P. M.

Value of !Manufactured Produl'ts1933, German Cemetery WorkingThere County supervisor of registration
broadcasts for home consumption I
$44,999.698,000; 1931, V60.993.600.000. announces that registration books Rain or Shine
different will be a cemetery wOrkIng '
are a story. They preach have been
placed with
Total Foreign Tra.l.--1932, 92,933,790.000; the deputy
-I 1937. 96,432,835.000. hate--hate of every enemy, every prospec- Long at Bridge the Crews on Thursday.Cemetery Sept.near I i supervisors for In the various precincts Plenty of Buyers-No Fee for

________ Total Exports-1932, 1611016.000; 1937, tive enemy. Typical is a recent broadcast 12. Everybody Interested Is urgedto ering new the purpose of regist
voters for the No-Sale Tickets
93,349.197.000. which branded the French people as "bar- attend and bring the necessary Election In November. The General books

_ New Capital IsHuen-1932. $780,000,000; 1936, barians" and brutes. "Women with knives working tools.Singing will remain In the districts George "Jack" Inman Auctioneer
$1.731,000,000: ; 1936. MMJ.21-l.OOO.OOO. through ,
Saturday
,
October
tried to kill me, the story of German 12, Mr
was a
: t New Capital I> "ue_1932. $720.000,000; 1936 ConventionThe Wainwright laid.

91.949.000.000. parachutist. ,

llank Failure 1930 to 1933, Inclusive' O I Convention Bradford will meet County at Singing Water Births This JJ'eek. East Palatka

4 (Hoover administration 5730, total deposits Senator Wheeler says that passage of Oak Church Sunday September I

3619000000. 1934 to 1937, Inclusive! (Ro Mevrlt the conscription bill would "slit the throatof 8 t, at 10 o'clock. Dinner will be Maxvllle.Mr. and August Mrs. M. T. Knight_ I State
23.
Market
A girl.
administration)-194; total deposits, $743.1 .- served on the grounds. Everyone Mr. I Fanners'
the last democracy still living today." and Mrs. William Junior
OO.OOO. (SO times a* many under Hoover asunder Is Invited to attend. Moss

1 the flr..t four years of Roowetelt, with Well, at least it wouldn't be such a nasty Mr.-and Starke.Mrs August Wilson 31. boy. I L. M. WHITE MGR.
F.
) SO time, the amount of deposits). slit as Hitler will give us if we don't passIt Eogra\ed sympathy acknowl- Hampton September 2 May- I

4 .4 Commercial! Failure* -1932, 3I.8.J2: ; liabili Senator. dgements.lord Inexpensive. Brad- I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ,G boy.klns- I Please bring your stock early for.PAGE theU 5

County Telegraph. Lawtey September 2, girl. 1


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