Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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''' + The home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of lleat'ell .\

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t.n sINTY T1V0 STARKE FLORIDA, FlnD.U". JUNE 14, 19..0 NU\lBlm: TIIiRTY-TilREm :;J ,f j 1 't

Aw, Go On And Get In! '! t

ay Abolish i&1111-' Middleton Appointed; tJ'. tJ

Trustees Board Met Wednesday.1

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whoa To Go Timber Practices Vote ToOpen On Work New To River'Begin Schoc I Sparks Named !. .' ," j"t : :' I

fore VotersCommissioners roBe Shown t B. H. S. In AugustEconomical At a delegation the School from Board New meetIng Rlvi- For Vacancy :.;.,\.'1(: .t'j} 'I'I.p :

> a work
i'fi was present demanding that
Struth Appointed :; }
Claim Reason be begun on the new New River '
Best Methods Will : Trustee Member "i:' 'tI. I.i''
"This III
school project i
Koad Hoard -I (liven For ChangeIn building. ',h 'i a '
County Be DemonstratedBy
L 1
a Itnard-fpnntiored WI'A construction Upon I Petition I I ,:

Tex' Unnecessary Park ServiceTo ? w Starting DateB. job and during the afi t '" } I

ernoon W, W. Ivey of Jacksoivlll Dr. W. B. Middleton winner of }" ;

The .low I moving 'wheels oUrtlve show Bradford County timber It. S. will begin Its 1940.41 *. WPA district supervisor of the democratic nomination .a si }I,, "

proceedure were mePon t 1 owners and others Interested i aTah term on the first Monday In Au construction, appeared before the Superintendent of Public Instruction 1 \-

last week b Y the< I low increased profits may be obtained gust Board and stated that work t on for Bradford County In ',I I :'

Commissioners with theoty from woodlands the FlorIda i a It will that Is. unless the inevitable the $13,478 building should begin the recent primary elections, wassppointet ,; t ;'
.f abolishing the Bradtlve delegation of preturbed to this byOovtrnor r: r '1
Forest and Park Service will within the next ten days. '
Board of Bone d : patrons again succeed in persuading Fred"P. Cone Sunday, if} t i
d Couoty jive a demonstration of proper s, 1, n ::: ,I' :
tees. methods of maketlng timber, for ,. the Board of Public Instruction June 9. The appointment was f

ie commissioners have been selective cutting;, good pulpwood The summer season Is on at Kingsley, and Ruth Sternberg to retract its action to that Red Cross Fund made following the death of A. I ,l, '

ted from many quarter practices tree selection cupping one of the Lake's most enthusiastic boosters Invites one and all effect, J. Grlffts. on May 20. He had ) t ,:

time) to time to place beD and chipping ,for gum farming, to "freshen up" with an Invigorating dip In the cool clear "Owing to shortage of tiana- been superintendent for the past .i lMlEconomy \ 4'

the electorate of Bradford tree: pruning planting and fire waters. This idyllic scene was snapped, at the mouth of Black portatlon funds and due to the Grows RapidlyMany 12 years and wise Dr. Mlddleton's) ,,,1 ''
of ellmlnat savings effected by opening nil defeated: opponent in last month'sjlectlons. t! r ,
uv I the question With control at the farm of A. J. Creek and no one knows whether Ruth was listening to the our schools at about the same 1 ,'

tie Bond Trustees. Thomas( two miles east of Starke to the sound of hammers now in the "
birdies listening process
main or time we belteve It to the best t
absolved, the ContributionsReceived took 1 ;
beard jn the Green Cove Springs High Dr. Middleton officially I:4 t
of building Camp Blundlng near by. Interest of the to
of thty'e county open :
construction ,
the duties Superintendent
jce and way. Monday June 24, beginningat In WeekHy :over as ii
roads and bridges woul 2 o'clock p. m., according tom Bradford High School" the first and wns sworn Into office Wednesday i 'f j: ,

more become a responslJy announcement by E. L. Mol- Monday In August states a County ChapterLocal morning at the beginning ,,1" 5i, ..

County Commission Want Heaviest Week resolution passed by the Boardat it a called School Board meeting. .I I I ;
ef the Blanding
I) pus. District Forester with the its meeting here Wednesday.The Red Cro.sa! war relief i iF :
the< County Judge J4:. K Perryman ;
ter careful consideration Florida Forest and Park Service. funds swelled to a total of $67,.- \
June i 3 motion to open" B. H. S. administered the oath of office ['il ,
Jtsioners at the The demonstration Is being tO this week as voluntary con '
investigate on August 5 was made by J. II. to: the Incoming Superintendent : '
decided to Made Post With TruckCrops ilbutlons continued to flow Into f'
leg of placing the< presented through Extension the cooperation Army Moore member from Lawtey he Bradford County Chapter and simultaneously gave the oath ; :
of the Service
; and was seconded by E. J. Lewis, \ r

ot office to S. K.: Sparks appointed
of abolishing the Count: Vo personal solicitations for
tlon vocational'agricultural teachers. "
Market Handles member from Brooker. The vote Mon-
Washington' Officials Governor Cone
Trustees before the voter has been made, butS I it by
Administration, noney yet '
Farm Security "
was: Moore "Yes. Lewis. "Yen. 10 to fill the I l",
held Volume Jay.( June vacancy
Election Huge
General ; the town
Consider ExpansionOf planned to canvass
and various service clubs, with "
S. E. Sparks (Starke) "No. Board created '
12. If i iijorlty a I'rder I In m the School by 1 I ;:
day November the Florida Forest and Park Prices Hold Good; within the next few days : 1
; Camp In
Once before, baCK April the resignation of Dr. Middleton, '
tat( :
of voters favor such i apot.tlon. to an -
>' give everyone opportunity
Service as sponsor and the pub- 1939, the Board voted to opeA the who has been a School Board 'k" :
the Legislative dele Bradford County's truck farm- to aid In the relief of Innocent -
lic generally and landowners Efforts to have Camp Blanding Starke school In August. The member for the pant two years. )t t rBotr.
representing the county: ers are grossing more than $3.- refugee victims of the
Ion particularly, are Invited to attend new National Guard reservation action was rescinded however, ata : Sparks was the winner of I
d be governed by the wlshei 000 a day from the various crops '
this demonstration as well now being constructed between later meeting In answer to var.New the Democratic nomination for I {
the people and Introduce aIn held and now at their peak, or just past contributions received by
as the other four to be In Kingsley Lake Keystone protests from local patrons. ; his post In the election of May ;
the 1941 legislature to dray < converted Into a the peak, of their production. he Chapter during the week
four neighboring counties also Heights, regular At that time Board members r. In the normal sequence of : I :;
with the Trustees. Receipts for produce\ handled at Stark
Army post were started recently I vere; Florida Dank at
that It the vents neither Dr. Middleton norVfr. '
week. explained was hoped :
Use: Commissioners Instructei by Interested officials In the market durlMr. the past six $125: W, B. Sewell $3; 8. L.* Peek would have taken of- I t .
early opening date would prevent Sparks I3 ; ,
to Accompanying the demonstrations days are estimating at 20590.00 Ir.. $250\ Miss Dorothy Whit I
Clerk, A J Thomas con high positions. ; 1 1941. \
until ,
students from rice January
the county's attorney M. Fu Mr Molpus stated will be It such move is successfulthe -the most profitable week of so many droppingout $12; A & P Food Store $5; A Ie .. ,f : ,
a of school In the spring to
: i, and obtain an opinion on talks on marketing of choice products stimulating effect on Starke the truck crop season thus far. pick strawberries. State funds P employeR $2; B. Jacobs $3; : before The first the new matter Superintendent to come .up '! I t':

matter and report to the< such as poles piling, and this entire section of the Corn was still the "big frog are distributed to the schools on rfrs. Jeanette Klncnld $1; Dad mt the Hoard was Information .' .
ard at Its meeting. veneer blocks cross ties; crude In the pool" with approximately 'ender $2; W. P. Smith $5; Wtuybln '
July be Inestimable. 1
state of much Hall, }
the basis so per pupil to the effect that A. H. resent -
Tbe Board of Bond Trustees of: gum and other. products these by- A news dispatch from Washington I. 72,000 dozen handled through the I for each day's" attendance A $3; Misses Olive and : high bidder for the old New V
along r
products. of last $2.
hdford County was created libl various linea..wilUbe.on. ,to ? D. C., Tuesday stated market since Thursday substantial1 amount Is mall. by the AmelllRay wish to contribute River school house hud. not only : (
week. Volume for the previous Those who
by a special act of the Leg that Congressman R A. Green school system here'each year be removed the school house (for t i.. .
handle, the demonstrations and week estimated at 13,70( to the fund muy leave "thel '
Uure at that time. At 'thbe < whatever had l conferred with War Department was I cause of the wholesale :"dropping, which he paid the Board $150)
and to Count
discussions give Bradford
lime a bond( issue of $550, individ- officials In an effort to Interest ( dozen. In spite of the heavy out out" of students In the spring, money at the ; sal had taken a woodshed: valued 1
help they can In solving
K) by the county for construe ual problems.Mr. them in sending at least i put prices on good! quality remained \ It was said.Carelessness. Telegraph at the post of flee, orat it+ $40 along with it Thetoard's

>n of county toads was author- one Army division for general around 17c a dozen until'' the Florida Hunk at Rtarke.I attorney H V. Knight,

fd and to administer these Molpus gave a full schedule training to Camp Blanding Na- i Causes I idvlncd the Board that Mr. Hall
be when it dropped to 15c
demonstrations to Tuesday
ids was the sole reason for of the tional Guard reservation In Flor Farmers May Reduce mil, no authority to tear down
held next week as follows: Bradford WeOnesdny's average for gone Serious Accidents j
Board of Bond Trustees beat ida. nil remove this wood shed,

up The Trustees spent Monday, June 24; Clay out that the exist- corn was 14c. Receipts from\ Principal Payments thereupon the Hoard Instructedhe )
He pointed
! more than one-half million Tuesday June 25; St. Johns, consisted! of 32- corn for the week were arounc i Tuesday afternoon, at three p. Superintendent( to notify Mr. 1
Wednesday, June 26; Putnam ing reservation m., Robert Matthews u youn; Opportunity to mime the an d
lars the wood-!
as directed and In 192( and included Gold Head The peak hall beet I lull In writing that
other $150.000 bond Issue for Thursday June 27; Flugler, Fil- 000 acres State I'ark consisting of $10,80000. wll negro left an ailing truck loadei null principal payments on Lan' ihed must be replaced within 30 i idl1Ys 9
day June 28. Brunch passed and shipments I with lumber thin Ride of Hampton tank Commissioner loons by re- River
"fflty road construction wa iuborlzed hundred additional acres, i ian.1 A woodshed at New
several dwindle from now on, althougl where Road 13 forks( am amortizing them over a range .
and spent by the The time of all the demonstra- area could be I III needed It Is claimed I because
that adjacent
ard, making one million dot tions Is 2 o'clock p. m., and the reasonable price. I there should be some corn for I II went into town. He did( not tel terlod of years hall been oprnec in known persons steal thichool'n '

I !this Board had at its die exact. locations of the last four purchased Hard road at a connections water I I three weeks yet i. the sheriff notify u garage, or to many of the 102 Hradfon fire wood If not locked
'make arrangements to remove County farmers who have Comnlssloner -
obtained any
sal! In five demonstrations may be avail- the u ip.
| years. facilities, electric power Next In prominence on the truck. And It was, loans according to Ii
Since from Mr Molpus. and climatic conditions during the week wen I The second action of the Board
time however, the ability platform there with four wheels on the talement recently received t from

tees have been an unneces- were all stressed by Green. Fordhook Lima beans will ;' road and no lights on. Had he ho Farm Credit Admlnlstruttort waR the acceptance of the reslg a

ry county body whose mem- Biff Twin Tomatoes Brig. Gen. Sumter L. Lowry around 4000 hampers graded anu'I', notified the proper authorities > Columbia, S. C. nation of S. E. Sparks as Trustee
' attended the conference during District Three (Starke) and
II must without of Jacksonville shipped from the market In
serve ami
pay J. W Jordan brought In to theTelegraph's I. he could have prevented two In a statement from Washing of Elmo R. i I'
*. In and offered his full co- the six-day period. After s a i the appointment :
recent been
years oprat- office Tuesday an automobile accidents tend one I ton, A. Q. Black Governor of the
hamper succeed him. Struth'a.ppointment
i truth to
at $1.25
under a severely limited bud- tomato weighing one operation. mediocre start per pretty bad Injury. Farm Credit Administration, sad+,: I
odd "twin" unanimous folowlng -
t of I the have strengthened a was
only a few thousand dol- Carl Ray, a member prices "Commissioner's'ians
which he At nine o'clock that night s a of the
pound two ounces Is many the to the
per Forestry and Park : until the bulk of the crop I presentation
annum. The Board.'sY ) Florida State
reamoitlzedver !
nine-acre Oldsmobile saw the being
his were
'found while picking yellow :
" duty Is the maintenance and I Board authorized Green to say at 150.\ A large number li loard of a petition signed by r
tomato field several miles east I I moving truck too late and crashed a longer period of years Itlzenn of the district requesting

raitruction of the county's : of Starke on the Green Cove I that his board would co-operate have sold for as high at i head-on into It, knocking the rder to ease the payments olarmers : hili appointment. :

and bridges a duty which Springs highway. The odd specimen II I- I with the War Department for $1.60. The week's receipts from truck into the ditch, strewing with the heaviest mart
faced with
a be of Gold Head I The Hoard
easily administered by the to be two tomatoes the utilization estimated at $6- lumber along the road, tearing u ages.' Spreading out the
appears Ford hooka Is several schools the
Du"ty for training i opening> of
Commissioners Park
who re- I at the stem end. Branch State I hole In the windshield and thcar's ayments over a longer
'lye grown In and not
July yet
first Monday
a $30 ,
monthly salary for Immediately these farmer!
and we will purposes front. Almost period will provide
The tomato Is green 000.The will
* I here is being mowing how much money
to the immediate tomato crop ol
urged close
county. have it on display here in the The congressman after that a blue coupe too with the same opportunity
t has been pointed out that I office as long as it will last. i Inspection by Army officials graded and packed accord- to stop, followed suit alito got working out of debt as already be available for school bus to drlv-ad-

iny counties operating as does i and gave assurance that Ing to rigid specifications this Its radiator badly mashed in. provided for Federal land bank ers. unanimously agreed
) and the I ertlsa for bids for drivers on a \
[word have eliminated their Week 'Starke Green Cove Springs Jacksonville year for the first time And no sooner had thorn two hit borrowers through long-term reyment estimate

W* of Bond Trustees by Births This Keystone Heights and demand has strengthened because than a fourth car a Model 1 periods Governor Iliad: monthly basin until an

s taI act of the legislature' ,I Mr. and Mrs Ray Johnson. other cities In the area would cooperate of the quality of the output. PaulC. I Ford bumped the line. The latter Lid Federal land bank loam of r funds available wad received

TIle ve members of the Board :Lsfke Butler girl, June 9. every way If the War Moore, an experienced grader I I however apparently had are all first mortgage loam and a budget prepared
Florida l>ate SetThe
elected for four year terms, ; "Mr. and Mrs. Alexander HiVarren Department saw fit to establish and packer from the South time to slow considerably: that whereas the Commissioner's loan etched Opening

a Bond Trustee for each County Starke boy June 8. I in Army post in Clay County. section, is In charge of the II I car was not hauled Into Regis are made on both first and( ...econd Board set the opening

fttmbsioner! district. work. Tomatoes are averaging I ter's as the other two. The mortgage security. ate* for all of the county's
field crate, and around I' ditch. The white schools atswtey
O. J. 85c per truck was left In the chools.

III District Phillips long time Trustee : Discusses Effect 1,000 packages have been shipped I I When authorities went after IlloII' Dicks Dies Rising. Vanderbilt Hellronn -
One Lawtey. heart- McClane bringing estimated :
' favors during the week Matthews they found him In I Graham and Hampton

Sri, abolishment of the returns of 85000. I bed. His excuse for leaving the II I Funeral servlona for Roy Dicks, will bit opened the first Monday

01, member as (does l W, H. (Bill) Gra- World War On Farm Priceslivestock Even the lowly cow pea during I truck; on the road: "It stopped, 33;, were held at Hopeful Church, In July. The white schools atstarke.

Wall i from elect to succeed W. Of the past week has commanded and wouldn't go.; What he was ''June 6th, at 4 p. m. Rev, T. J. New River and Brooker .

Irke. district two. North products are not in a fancy price as high as going to do about It, or whetherhe anton and Rev, Byron Conley will begin operations the first I
[ "I K. McClane
" support and favor County Agent T. prospect. They will be selling on : $1.35 for purple-hull crrwders. was ever going to, nobody rriclatlng. Arrangements were Monday In August The negro

< C flint the abolishment of has prepared the following re- markets that are frequently Jittery Around 800 hampers of this knows But what he does know In 1 charge of the Wilson Funeral hooIn of the county will commence I

[s'said Board of Bond Trua- sume of the effects of the present Surpluses in certain lines variety have been sold with receipts now IH that he will spend about Home. of Lake City He tiled their terms the first Monday ',

e'thing Graham. "It will be a trouble In Europe on our tram The are apt to increase : estimated at $1,000 Mix months In the Nassau County June 4th. In August the Board decided.

our for our county. I bee prices and future of outlook.the Information "On the other hand producersof Black-eyed l peas are going at chain gang. Deputy Sheriff lien Mr. Dicks taught school aboutfteen The Hoard hired E. W. Albright. -

all have County Commissioners source of most producers consumed almost en- of $1.10, with around Howe says Matthews could haves years. During his career of Leesburg, as history
of Agri- an average
J "wntenence the responsibility for Is the U. S. Dept. tirely in this country should be- 100 hampers sold, bringing growers s a ell I y enough prevented all he was principal of the Lulu istructor at H H. S. for the

and construction culture. In nefit from Increased city employ- 44000. trouble by simply telling the School near Lake Butler, was Dining term following Mr. Al-
JT!COunty roads and bridges." Ever since war broke out : officials that the vehicle Columbia recommendation by the-
school In
'member Departmentof ment and purchasing power resulting demand for butter beans right principal of a rlght's
IA. from South Starke Europe last fall the from our own defense The supply and all : walt broken down out In the ''City one year and high school ustees of District Three.
A. the
D. D rden, now deceased. Agriculture has maintainedthat and from increased far exceeds market are road, bad no lights and would I HCher In Mason School for theist The Board decided that the ..

n 'Jj ay Is Trustee from rApplications the war would hurt farmersIn preparations of armament to the belligerents that come to the buyers I I lot start But be failed to do : three years. He had also children In the Theressa area
' B. A. The events of sales agerly snapped. up by
a Brookerklftg Weeks Is trustee this country. both of which develop- Acreage of taught In Bell and In Hampton. should go to Hampton Grammar
of the for $150 a hamper. hat.A
the first six months this view. Present year ments should result In a rise in this crop is light!, however, and I I couple from Ocala were drivIng lie la survived by: his wife; &nd Junior High School, and
confirmed The driver all' schoolchildren
have the Oldnmoblle. record that
industrial activity. daughters. Warlene : went on
and have two
for most farmers are business only around 500 hampers I i his wife suf- ep-mother; and L LTlierea
prospects In the Hampton
not Injured
of export crops vas
some Instances "But producers been marketed during the week. I and Patricia; one son II .
better and In Those In the should attend
l no and fruits are fend severe cuts and one alster District
such as tobacco were $750.00. Jr.\ seven brothers;
i representative Gross receipts
of the State worse. a different situa >other cars were not hurt; they ampton( school and no other, t
fee Board Is what turn the war confronted by Cucumber prices dropped Jacksonville school ,
* present every "No matter vere from with the exception of high t "t
y between the takes we face a reduction in ex tlon. six: months of lightly and fane- 'were bringIng ludents which are transported f',
re aad112 first
I bcatlons"f, ( o'clock to take ports of most farm commodities "During the of tobacco and $1.50. as compared with $1.75 Bradford Boys in CMTC tampion Revival to Starke. '. '" ,..

for certification for this year. It Is probablethat the war producers he previous week Around 500 Board agreed In response s
p during been affected most. and Rev. John :McCollun. of Perry. The
A have Starke
fruits Nettles of
The half sold bringing growls Ralph
representative at we shall lose perhaps of bushels were Revival to a request by canning center
i large part I series of
ant is They have lost a Frank Marlon Crews of the State will conduct a
ke William Gross who our 1939 farm exports to Europe. market. Tobacco $75000. rrvlces at the Hampton Baptist officials In Hampton to connect k I Ithe
30 1
out to lh"ir< export left this week to spend
of the Green'Cove Instead of looking forward lout additional outlets Okra, although shipments are ; 'arm tonight at eight water at Hampton school at ,
a1r In Church beginning
office ot the State Wel- Improved prices as perhaps half grower new stageof negligible so far. Is commanding lays at Fort Scrlven Ga. Is cordially nee. The Board also approved
The public
almost every 'clock. t
Board. The do at present with of from $2.75 to I I he Civilian Military Training )
: Welfare Office our farm people the war's progress. Tobacco a i fancy price vlted. (Continued oa page eight
Is there. f
Ica : directly above Den- farmers must realize that higher I Continued on page eight) 3.00 per hamper. Corps
oral ure Company. prices of most major crops and ,.


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PAGE TWO Bread Upon The Waters"I' Unfair
And So lIe "Cast His I and
Willkie? ,
Will It Be and Lalte's hand saying onewas for Undemocratic

fLORIDA ..U!HLIGI Jil "J' NNr Y"Il i In these days when war world ,' his charming wife the other for I
: the
.' un N ra .a. M1nI1M1Y strife are dominating I his young daughter. Mr. Lalte Sleepy aim exhausts,, d

and all too little friendship Is refused the gifts until he realized I officials. candidates, and
at least among na- what It meant to them when the i i voters over the
ReNNerr being shown I ItA
ACRE come
THE 2000 to the
hear a "These
to said were '
it Is pleasant nclui
oelon .
JAoveIT' tSR//V SY/UG like this: given to us by our High Priest something If wrong
WNS orm.T7' / story came when we left on our world tour. Present primary "I,
agothere ,,, system
PNOSP87EG vE1N 7 6 About ten days
a/O.eJO/ Springs three world They are known as the "rubles ] It began back In the
to Tarpon I I and were to be of qualifying e&
they were Brahmans |I of friendship' when
1f travelers; who be- men In Fort
to the person Myers'
well dressed in European clothes; 'given ', qllaJ
.4 distinguished by the white tubans friended us in time of need. You candidates fo delegate, ,

they wore; the gentle manner of are that person." After this there ,( Few. If any Of thelll ,lI'e

their caste and old world charmof was nothing to do but completethe ested In going to the co,
friendship circle with gracious but they did
their appearance. East Indians want to ,lib
r with dark beards and swarthy acceptance. Upon opening: easily the ballot COUld

complexions, white men. of the boxes the Lakes found two ,I tered up with Dalll" un

With Republican politicos unable :, course. British subjects- Mistakenly -I beautiful rubles several carats after present system Most

to agree on Dewey. Van- I they were thought to be each one a pigeon blood prob- I proving their i po

denberg. or Taft there has I negroes sent to a negro rooming I ably the most precious of all posely failed to file a

been much talk lately that the I house, and arrested: put in Jail; rubles. I expense statement and t

gentleman above might be the robbed of $500 worth of Jewelry And so, he "cast his bread upon qualified themselves

dark horse nominee for President !: I (never found). Without friends in the waters" and It' turned I Still the ballot wu ?

on the G. O. P. ticket. i, a strange land they were, Indeed Into rubles blood red with the tered up with name of

He Is Wendell WUlkle, 48-year- bewildered. breath of kindliness compassion I delegates of whom 90 J

utilities executive, of true Christianity.An the voters knew ]
y ,. ,. old public William W Lalte, minister nothing
'7f .Nwgw.SFCOND who Is being boomed as the" the Methodist church, heard of epilogue to this story as ally. We were Interest L

"business man candidate. their plight and went to them. lovely as the story Itself, will be stand on a party nominee

High-ups !in the Republican Knowing the Brahman he realized made Sunday when Mr. and Mrs.Lalte's ( cularly the 'third ternrf

LR2GE'Sr FSCESN party "no like." but Mr. Wll- that they were Christian daughter. Winifred will And their stand was a hj

llkle might turn the trick u gentlemen badly In need of a be married. After the church to find out. The sloth

OUND8/8S OF his dynamic personality catchesthe friend. In and out of Jail service Mr. Lalte will read the created proved what an]
fi Y7//S GOuN7; '# ? : public fancy _____ through the hearing at Clearwater marriage service-and there Is always and undemocratic (un p

getting a place for them something of special appeal system the present roethi

f, GINNr Murphy Law Funds to stay; through it all he helped when a father does that for his lectlng delegates Is. n b

them, saw them off on the last daughter. At Its conclusion he cates the first reform

(J R(; fl4.1fTLDOfE t' ':' Cannot Be Used lap of their homeward Journey.Did will present hiS daughter with A change li also need

/.1ns ( much to mitigate the unwarranted the Brahman's ruby-a weddinggift method of selecting tin t,

II/ / It'TING ( : r ; Disposition of funds received treatment they received fraught with the fineness o* "electors" who have the

from sale of Murphy Act lands while In the city of Tarpon friendship-the fruition of "they of meeting in Tallahai

i /8'es ANe&I1UGHr awaits action of the Legislature Springs were strangers In strange land formally casting the bat

1.11OKtFGCNOqee ': : N 2aOhN the Supreme Court ruled claim In deny-to Just before they left they and I took them In."-Tarpon ready decided upon Th,
&OYGes A msrI ing a tax placed two little boxes In Mr Springs Leader. easily be handled by an
A. P/Trr/S "a fees) clerk In the office of thl
I NtAee3Aiero/ I'1A6A OFOYJ A. S. King tax collector, ob- tar of State In about
and a waste of time. These people anl
NOt: /9J9 700 s'vR.ee tained from Circuit Judge J. C. Committee "Agin" II Insist on wearing mental ear- time. Every voter riioll
/ H6S B. Koonce an Injuctlon restrain- fauced with
/ a bunch oil
Officials RunningFor muffs and blinders* In any kind
ing trustees of the Internal Improvement for such a useless
of weather. They are wllllg to
from proceedingwith
Fund Another Job
face of all evidenceto -Clew'
shout In the
Minutes Murphy land sales In Citrus
Tragic MarchDescribed Of CountyCommissioners the contrary, that "it can't
r County without paying the commission :Firm opposition was recordedby here!" IX THK 'Ol NT' *" ,11 ute'1,
provided In sales of tax the State Democratic execu- happen .ltAU"'UIII ( OlMl.ril

ByBy Witness certificates. tive committee to public office Saner citizens, genuinely priz- In the Diary Mailer Jane or II...the... t(:.ml iijof |

The Board of County Commissioners Justice J. B. Whitfield wrote holders running for nominations ing the liberties we In this coun- TO This WHOM Is in! ('I' MAY rO\J t 3
wtlfy all
Louis P. LocknerAP and at Its meeting in the the unanimous Supreme Courtop- I except to succeed themselves- try enjoy are not inclined to and .almant'"I".I. : Ihi
were a
3yearold -
canary cage
I courthouse June 3, voted to prohibit lonlon reversing Judge Koonceand By a shouted voice vote the of Mary June Poier In l h|
( War Correspondent) boy. string along with this attitude. claim or ?!alma: alum/!
One sturdy French boy was the use of the courthouse directing dismissal of King's committee for Its biennial or- They believe rather that ouncesof months from firM, pubtthis ,
notice with Huii1.
This war has set In motion one : pushing his aged mother on a during the night time after July suit. ganization meeting adopted a prevention are far better than man County Judge. duly: K|!
of the most tragic migrations In law he said resolution calling upon the Legislature tu as provided H>' law, i
wheel-barrow. She looked decid- 1 to all organizations except The Murphy tons and tons of the kind of claim will lie. buried' by Ihtl
history. edly uncomfortable for she gat citizens meetings In the Interest "makes no provision for the dis- to pass a law against such "cure" now being forced upon of limitations. f

There Is nothing more pitiable perched on bedding cOo k ing bursement of any money receivedby candidacies. many nations of the globe simply 1940.! This 3 hit Us) >t Ma)I I

than these endleSs streams of hu- utensils and a suitcase Sweat of the county. The reason for the trustees of the Internal Beforehand the com mlttee because their complacent citizens Martha RcndnUc, Admlml

man misery that I have encountered 'streamed down her son's face.A this decision was the expense' of I Improvement Fund for lands sold voted down an amendment that were satisfied to say "Oh why 6-31 4t 6-21

again end again In Northern father and mother pulled an the electric light bill due directlyto by them under the act. would have exempted the gover- worry? It can't happen here-! KOTICK OK APPIKITIOITAX

France and Belgium. ancient sprlnglesa cart. In It lay meetings held at night by I "The disbursement 0 f such nor from such a law because he Palm Beach Sun. In:11:I

Death- and suffering are bad a.baby sucking away at a pacifier some organizations In the countyat funds awaits the enactment of Is not allowed to seek reelection.Gov. -'!'(K'IO S!' enae! I IS Hill Hl'.KKnv:\u.' : INO &

enough for the men In uniform. Trudging behind the cart which times all hall and court laws to regulate such disburse- Fred P. Cone unsuc- Makes a Difference That T. J.. Aldcrmar, holderCertificates

But these hundreds of thous- were boys and girls about 8 and room lights are turned on for ments. cessful candidate for United Traveler-Have I time to say 651 "' Numlwed' Till day ret

ands of old men women and chil- 10 years old. They bravely car- more than an hour. He added that there la no redemption States senator, was present when goodbye to my wife George ? 1930; No. d2N'I" d the i
of July. 1928. ', f Nn I Hili
dren and Infants, plodding along ried a parrot In a cage suspendedon The Board with all members of tax certificates when the committee voted but he did Train Porter-Ah dunno. Boss. the 7th? day rt luly, 1 I'''

aa the merciless sun burns their walking canes. present again designated the the land passed to the State not look up from a newspaper he I How long Is youall been mar- 431 1987 Issued and 2-J the .,4II r >.V day Si''

faces or backs hail no choice One woman evidently of the Florida Bank at Starke as its under the Murphy law and there- was reading. ried ?"-Wall St. Journal. the 4th., day'"I! .>ul>'. I

about their role In this war.- leisure class walked painfully In depository, and granted T. K. fore King has no claim to a commission Such a law has been proposedIn filed same In m> ,.>iri('.
IVOTirW! TO DKFIWI1AKT I made. upplk-atlon r tax
So fast do armies move today high-heeled shoes with costly furs McClane, County Agent, a four- provided when certifi- the Florida Legislature several IV TI1H ('ntCI'IT that these refugees couldn't even around her neck. Her fashionablehat teen days leave of absence be- cates are redeemed.The times but it has always been IOK.IITII jimriti, ('IHC(rr iAMI '\ embrace Said the eertifk, f.II., m ren'4,I
make a sensible selection of whatto was bedraggled. She didn'tseem ginning June 9th. in order that law provided that certain defeated. If enacted. It would KI.OKIIIA. << properties I In ft1''< '". .

take with them In their hurry. !! to mind the heat SQ muchas the Agent might attend active I tax delinquent lands passed by prohibit members of the Legis- Marguerite Plain C.IIH."FOIII'OI'NT"1 fora j,:<,4 State of HEU' 'c",< .. 4

Nor did they know at the time her hurting feet. training of the 319 Field Artillery State ownership June 9, 1939 lature from running for other of- -vsUeor..e- 7 S. lounge 2, 'I' a

of fleeing that they would have A tall grant Catholic priest his military organization.The and direced trustees to sell them. fices unless they resigned from! Defendant.W. Lnnrnster, I or fiesta lens No.6r I 18 .'11'l 'd,

to keep on the move constantly I had a suitcase slung over his Commissioners appropriated Money from the few sales already the Legislature. l.V TifF NAAIM OP THE STATE jI'A of SV\ ,N r
from I orI I made has been depositedby I i OF FI.OHIUA. OHEKTINCH Twp. 7 H. Ito
retreating Belgium back and fastened there with a I ,
$25 to purchase jars for the TO: George ,V. Lancaster, whose more or li to
Northern France, further anti fur- leather strap. Ills right hand School Cafeteria project in response -! the trustees to await action Can't It Happen Here? residence In unknown: Certificate N".
ther south.In Clutched a book. either by the Legislature or the You are hereby required to appear N Vii of NNRVi t
prayer to a plea by Mrs. A. L. Nation after nation In Europe: to the 1)111 of Complaint filed of NVV r"
the headlong flight children Two nuns led two bicycles by Sullivan supervisor of the project court Pending In the Supreme has fallen victim to the same herein mtnliiKt you on or before mange 22: Kless ::
is In which Wnkulla Monday the l..t of Is einln. ,i
Court a case day July, A. U.
became separated from parents hand. In a wire basket fastenedto I This is In addition to $5 I technique. Norway Is the latestto Ill: 10. Certificate Ni
husbands from wives!, brothers the handlebars were two baby previously appropriated for this County asks a share of the pro- suffer. Even as these words It In further ordered that thin. N1oh of :-,; \\ '
order lie R Hinge 22 K ,
1 ceeds from sales In Its borders. nublixhefl In the Bradford
from sl.ters! In utter tragedy orphans. On the saddles. of the purpose. appear in print Holland and Ru- County Telegraph, a newspaper lees, IK enilirnNo. '
Had I not traveled for bicycles were tied bedding and I PuMlHhed In said County of Bradford 421, and.
The Board mania other small
approved a requestby or some country once each week for four Ih of :NPec. ;%\ "
and days along main roads lead- bread bags.Interspereged. L. G. Powell for two' duplicatetax Lucky Couple may see their fears Justified ronHeeiitIve' weeks. 5 Twp v (' .

Ing from Cam bra I to Arras I among the thousands certificates which has been To Parade Boardwalk"The I and follow.. In the footsteps of seal WIT.MOSS;;thin 30th my day hand of and May official A. It.OFFICIAL Ai-res under; moi 2.5tI.e rI1:

wouldn't have believed my own of pedest rains were horse- lost or misplaced by him and Instructed Poland and the others. 1!HO. 28 : ...

eyes drawn vehicles especially hay Clerk A. J. Thomas to most pleasant three: I Adolf Hitler described the tech- Clerk( Circuit SEAL Court.) A.6-81 J. Thomas 4t 6-21, The under assesBm.erty H"'11.1 :. .1.."

Marching In one direction and wagons. In these, whole families consult County Attorney M. F, blocks in Florida" will be the nique years ago In his book, "My was In the n/l. I I. \ "

having the right-of-way wel'eGerman sat on top of their household Brown in preparing the dupli stamping ground in early July of I Battle." He would conquer nations iv IN TIIH AM rovvrY FOIl JI'U.F.iI llltAUPOHU('ornT the assossmenterty under" said ate I IH.irnil

troops with complete 'goods and pupoaeles but sentimentally the most typical Florida bride I he boasted by establishingand tnrvn, FLOiiiut was In the 'lIa,'. .an '
cates.Ten In the Matter of & Timber ( 0.
equipment, Including heavy artillery cherished belongings right-of-way deeds for and groom. encouraging enemies within Will of Charles F.Probate Pace, deceased.of the said. proper ',..,d"1[
1 soup kitchens supply trucks such aa framed wedding pictures county roads were presented to The three blocks is the ocean- their own borders, enemies who TO WIIOM IT MAY: CONCERN! : of certificatename I XI&, "" I. au""I

reserves of horsey:!, ambulances : and embroidered pillow slips. the Board with the request that side boardwalk of the resort city, would betray their countries+ at against Thin IN the to estate notify of all Charles claimant F.!! ment of of Buck the Mill< ,'. 'I.rl

soldiers on foot, on bicycle, on Often all members of a ramlly the Commission pay the filing and all couples to be wed In the critical moment for their .own Pace, deceased to present your said certificate .V! and I 1a> '':''
claim of (Unknowiment
motorcycles and In armored cars. had gasmasks slung over their fees on the deeds. The Board June will have a chance to com- real or magnified gain. estate to against the Hon.the E. above K. Ferryman named, name of said J>">'l' JII""'

You can Imagine what dust backs although there has beenno however, referred this matter to pete for a free one-week honey- Americans can learn an object County Judge of Bradford County. 2- ths., of ..eI'll of fl.In tk"n..* ", f

those marching columns kickedup. evidence hitherto of the use the County Board of Bond moon here as guests of the Day- lesson from the bitter experiences eight Florida calender duly sworn month to, and from within the Unless the name said t'Ji ,t
We who traveled behind and of poison gas as far as any cor- Trustee3. tona Bench Chamber of Com- of the little lands of Eu- first publication of thin notice or redeemed accoiil'. ,] ., her
alonalde were black with dirt at rrspondent la aware. Routine bills amounting to $2- merce. The only requirement of rope. There are those In this statute your claim of limitations will be and barred be by of propertles sold to the H{ I

the end of each journey. Pots and pans hanging from 930.90 were approved and ord- the contest is that a photographof country who consider the activi- no force and .effect also to t>ay the CourthoiiKeMonday d' lit
all debts In the
And plodding the dust columnsIn the fathers' belts by straps were ered paid by the Commissioners, the two contestants taken together ties of the Dies Committee and the undersigned owing to as sold Executrix estate of to- which Is the txt; I I".",'

opposite directions were hun- no uncommon eight One wond- Copies of the contribu- be forwarded to the all other efforts to root out subversive said Will Dated this -11A. I
Thin ,
the 23rd day of A. D. n. 1940.OFFICIAL
ered how and where order would Chamber before June 30. Judges, activities In May A I'
dreds of thousands of refugees tion for the WPA sewing room the United lU\\ ( SEAT ,I IClerk

attempting to return home.. They ever come to this confusion project for May were ordered selected. by the Chamber will States, a mere political gesture 5-24 4t 8-14 Elisabeth C.Executrix Pace ford County of Clrnil Flo ".1'BRADFORD ''1
as :
always had to move far enoughto where these fugitives would fin- filed along with a report of visitors select the lucky couple.

one side to allow the German ally land and how much of their to the sewing rooms duringthe

troops to pasa.Moreover families would ever be reunited. recent Visitation Week. Lets Know The Worst I

when they reached Countless military cemeteries The'VBoard allowed G. N. Nor- / /
past which these evacuated civilians The refusal of a municipal radio -
nomo narrow emergency bridge I I man $10 for returning Will Norman /
walked reminded them of station In Jacksonville to allow -
they had to wait until many an Insane person to the
some father, brother or flnnce announcement of Florida In-
: I
miles of German troop columns State Hospital at Chattahoochee
who was among those thansand fant and maternal death rates
had passed. That sometimes and refused to pay a bill from
who fell."This has fccusetl! public attention on
meant hours during which time ... Dr W. C. Thomas of Gainesvillefor a serious problem affecting the SUMMER VACATION I Ip
the refugees could move neither services rendered Mrs. G. A.
future of the state.
Wild Beast"Mr.
backward nor forward. Gay The Board also refused applications -
There seems to be no dispute
Germany still Is passing untold Chamberlain finished his for pauper allowances about the unfortunate facts. Ac-
reserves Into Northern France term aa the British from Mrs. Vettle Padgett and the Nang t
unhappy pre- cording to figures, never refuted -
and columns 10 to 15 miles long Mrs. Annie Mae Gill and denied '
mier the lan-
using strongest by authorities who opposedthe
are no uncommon sight, assistance to Mrs. Roy Tomlin- j
guage he has ever used In refer- broadcast, maternal mortalityrates
In the villages through which ring to Hitler-"this wild beast" son on hospitalization Mrs. for Florida during 1938

refugees made this pilgrimage, This Is the same "Mr. littler"with Frank Brook s was refused as- were 7.3 per thousand births )
sistance on a doctor bill for her
especially In Northern France, whom the deluded Chamberlain more than three deaths higher

little help could be given them. sat down at Munich and husband. than the figure for the entire :. 1

Tbe citizens there were them- signed away the life and liberty The Commissioners raised the country, which Is 4.4. c

selves dependent on German of the Ciechs. No use crying allowance of Soloman Kite to J5 This Is a startling situation.

food kitchens. Bread was given over spilt milk but what a pityit per month and struck the name It Indicates that we have our --ii- WITH YOUR EXTRA TRAVEL SAVIN)

out at 10 o'clock each morningat I h. that Mr. Chamberlain could of E. Gnann from tbe pauper rollas work cut out for us. Let's not

local magistrate's offices. On not have been convinced two or he has r wed out 0 f the stick our heads In the and like

more than one occasion I saw three years sooner that he was county. The County Judge's report the proverbial ostrich. If Flori- GOING BU
women standing in line beginningat dealing with a beast not a man. for May was received and da's mothers and Infanta are In

A. M. because they said that Jacksonville Journal. filed and the County Commissioners danger, let's bring the facts to t

by 10 o'clock the vueue' was too decided to meet July 1 public attention and correct the More tray
vacation, more fun for LESS ia when you
as a Board of Equalizers. Also eel yours
This Week'sAppreciation condition. It can be changed by < "
long.There action was taken to bring about by Florida Motor Lines. Modem new buses, many
are a few Individual Intelligent cooperation on the '
the eventual abolishment of the ?1+. / pletely air-conditioned, leave from the heart of town
flight of refugees: One family people and on the part of the
County Board of Bond Trustees.against / dp your favorite vacation resorts. Fares are less than a
fled as fast aa possible by tak- To the modern South which medical profe slon.-St. Peters- the

ing the family automobile along has just ended its first year It, pressure of public .,burg Times. cost ol driving your own automobile.CONWAY'S .

packing It with household goods. without a lynching. Since 1893 opinion and criticism In the N / STATION

But no where In Northern when the number of lynchings North and revulsion of public TO CHECK ... R I A SERVICE

France lg gasoline now available reached the peak of 231 there feeling and a tremendous changeof e LACY CONWAY AgentLORIDAMoTORli

except- to the army. So the father has been a marked decrease In thought due to education by \_I. IN 7DAYS666

and two sons hitched themselveslike this kind of lawlessness. Reasons awakened Southerners. May the ,

hones ahead of the auto* for the decline include the months to follow sustain this
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the mother and two daughters in activity of religious and civic fine record.-Christian Science i Wt.' ]

their teens pushed behind. Inside agencies which have crusaded Monitor. LIQUID 01 TAeurs

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d4, 1910) BR.\I>FORD
n; :: TKLEGnAPII STABUE. lAfi1bA .
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1E I Now PreparingThe !! Wide Brims Versus :I e ;

1 land Summer Sun | Read A Book trait of the feminine heart and '
.._. -...... Today Primary Results Are :
I mind.
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Worst I I < Public Library is open from touching and will be much loved. Certified In Capitol j '

fr.i 11 to 3:30 p. m, daily, except "
.. "* 1 -
: 'Sunday.) For the third Majorities ranging from 290S ;i ;
MiddletonYwar The British Union of Fascists : month HOW to 174,632 votes were recorded "
w have felt the British drive I GREEN WAS MY VALLEY by ,
end Correspondent) mostly Is America safe from attack TIn Richard Is I aa the State Canvassing Board ,I l f 0,
New arrests were made all Llewellyn occupyingthe '
over certified f' .
' the results of the May
answer to this vital
atauMo ,, or big a Bertha Britain. question, top place on the Reading 28 Democratic runoff "
mindful Major George Fielding Eliot primary. i' !
I presents List. This is :
) a delightful
parachuterlS, Farmers been story
and requested to i I
our weakness and our Topped in only two counties i. t
of Wales
Planes In aof and the fortunes of
channel ditches in a
hurdle the has' dig pastures to hinder : I ( strength in his comprehensive miner's family.DECADE United States Senator C. O. Andrews I) ;, ,
England the landing of German
troop of piled 312.293
e f minutes survey American military up votes-the
ea on '
Itrllllng I
and this
dunequaa' ar troops planes they do with policy In TIlE RAMPARTS WE most ever received by a Florida
where no soldier many a solid curse at Adolf Hit I WATCH. by S, Longslreet) It* primary candidate-to win re- 1

i greens shed duce Cromwell'ad : ler. I the story of a man, of a single nomination. '

ate.We i'J the usually tidy coun- They have been asked, also to In THE DEFENCE OF BRIT- family, and! a lusty tale of a lie defeated Railroad Commissioner :I; ''. i I'

'J strewn with barricades. scatter haystacks over the fields.*I AIN the world's greatest writeron most dramatic and confusing era' Jerry W, Carter who ran \J
cur i u Britain'S long inviolate I Iltlefront instead of putting them in orderly An outstanding book. i i"
II military strategy, Liddell second in the first primary. May !
where Britons rows and to leave harrows, Hart, gives the facts how 7, 174632
I on by votes, Carter's total I 'I :'
Idu readY to spring Into the Inc0on reapers and other farm imple I England I I has piepared. He says CHAD HANNA by. Walter D being 137,641.Only ,t 'I

t "I; when. and It battle, 1 ments where they will cause the 7.I : I that through the sheer magnitude Edmonda Is a first rate story of Liberty and Calhoun ." 0

, i turns from the most Inconvenience to any Invaders of her Empire England 13 destined Erie Canal I
., "f an boy, by the authorof Counties gave Carter a majority. i ;
a the continentg0.mlle I from above. I to play the decisive role In Drums along the Mohawk. The The closest race, between J. I,

dlsl tour of defense thedefense Ag the farmersComply, the the struggle whose outcome indeed setting Is 100 years ago, but the' Tom 'Watson and Ed. R. Bentley '

many indications for neat English countryside Is transformed A II ultimately depends on how treatment is in no sense historical for attorney general, was won by: I I,
( of the kingdom to into something that looks well or ill she acquits herself A big spring book of I Watson by 290S votes, He polled 'I!. ''f'f iI t?
Napoleon failed like the aftermath of the 1938 : '
oftpe even importance 19 ,.H6.to 192,241 for Bentley. 'I !
New England hurricane. I In MAN'S HOPE Andre' Mai- I "
Nomination for "
governor went
reopl Arf'lert The government is buying up I raux has used his art to go beneath It"
t TilE TREES: to Spessard L. Holland by 66,560 'f I ''
only"iron' livestock in ex by Conrad Richter -
ted evidence la not surplus certain costal the chaotic surface of
votes, his margin Francis
pVhltehRlr. ,
and gunsdefenders of the areas to leave the land barren of I struggle which revealed the underlying sets the mood or a magnificent over ,
\ I'
Carrying 51 counties, I
dneem with their highlyand food. T 'j Ij j pattern of men and mo epic of American wlldernesg. Holland piled up 272,718 ballots .; I

ha heavily armed units While 'the defense forces have : tives. Here U Fascism on the when toward the close of while Whltehnlr. ahead In 16 f,

.axles droning watchfully braced against every kind of offensive ., I march Implacable, ruthless, disciplined the eighteenth century the land counties, received= 206,138. '

Jaban .gatly overhead but In go far used by the Nazis The big brimmed straw! comes out these days when the hot with a tremendous head- West of the Alleghenies and Ed Larson walt nominated for ,
the people them- they still ponder the : sun start of and modern
int of possibilities goes up. Here is one arched I organization "
over a simple, easygoing dress treasurer
north of the Ohio river with a vote of 214,435 ,
wag an
Ihp of a new weapon striking at Biit- j of striped and dotted munitions. And here Is Spain
warned'r rayon jersey A drawstring runs around unbroken sea of trees. This Is to 183,867 for State Auditor W
IhTb been grimly aln. I the middle sent sprawling before the on-
have and ends In a bow in front not M, WaInwright i
Presented historical ,
: by Harper's an novel of which ,
against ( but herself with
leaders to guard Correspondents with the Nazi Bazaar. slaught, raising
Ind of 'brutal and treach- army in northern France yesterday I I new leaders for national survival. there me SQ many, but a novel Robert F. Slkes of Crestview a : ..
of authentic rally American life, became the Democratic candidate "
neuver1 and the warn- reported they were shown a 'j}
i wrack deeply 1940 model of the famous "Big : Starke Dry Cleaners THE REVOLUTION OF NI- of which theie are so few Thisa for Third District congressman 1 o

he'b >imminence of the bomberse Bertha" of World War times and I Pershing Says Nation HILISM Is a warning to the Went masterpiece by the man who lie polled "' .148 votes to 40.030 l,I

' roar of cannon that can were told the new big gun could Add New Equipment Should Aid Allies by Hermann Rauschnlng. The gave us The Sea of Grass. for Purkhllt Mays.Other ;' .

ird now booming on the I It I lob destruction from Calais Into I author has written to warn the state-wide and district ,

t has awakened Englander London These correspondents The Starke Dry Cleaners i In Washington,-Gen. John J, Per- world to warn the whole of TilE MODERN READER edited races were decided in the first : :t

a age-old Insularity. also saw "specialized" Nazi troops the past few days have added shing has urged unlimited Ametio j Western Civilization that It faces by John Boecroft Is a collection primary. i 1 6.f

the important as the troops to but they were pledged not to disclose equipment and improvements t can arms supplies for his Allies the greatest crisis. In its history of short stories by sixteen noted 1

an neral plan of defense Is their "specialty." their plant costing In excess of of World War days and backed 'Do not Ignor this book. write, and one full length novel Aliens Face Restrictions f, ; f

aholof jvemments drive to rout One speculation here is that $1,500, Junius M. Smith owner'proposals for compulsory military by Somerset Maugham. .
'of half interest in the local Washington, --The State Department I. :
olumnlats German scientists have evolved training in this country. SINCE YESTERDAY, by Fiedeifck -
MIIto that 'laundry stated this week. Lewis Allen, does for the hog clamped rigid restrictions '' :
den here are aware an amphibious tank simillar to Pershing gave full support to
A 30-foot I upon the admission of 'r.1
long by 20-foot wide'extension 1930s America what the author's ;
the 'Low -
In that President
the Roosevelt's
columnists I tested by U. S. Army plans for WANT by the author of alien to the United States In an
riM and France left fOod, and declared to be efficient onto the rear of the making Army and Navy planes Only Yesterday did for the Beau Geste. PercIval Christo- extension of the '
lie and directions at strate- : Such I Call Street plant, costing several and other preceding decade. This new volume government'sIrlve f
F.1I a machine would be capable equipment available for pher Wren has written u movingtale against the of :
'hundred dollars formation a r.
.h mis for the Invading Nazis of "taking off at sea and and Constructedwith resale to the Allies Congressional tells with equal verve and of love, renunciation and "fifth column" within this country I
ched: arms and amunitlontuterg crawling up on the coast with no walls iron roof and approval of (the programwas clarity and humor the story of afar self-sacrifice. In addition to be- ,
concrete flooring, houses the new more vital l period. The reader
e : warning. expected soon despite oppo- ing a novel of swift action, It lann '
laundry check room, which is now sition by Senate isolationists la taken at full galloP throughthe Under two executive orders, f :
0Or in charge of Mrs. Jack Bell, the panic of 1929, the "prosperity Intensely Interesting physolo- entry will be permitted only to \ .

.Or.a itress Program I Several NYA Training former Miss Lucile Edwards, Perching, the second man In Is Just around the Corner" days /Rlcal study. William Lyon Phelps I those who can establish a "leRltlmnte I
.ah history to have the title of General says 'It's a grand story. Don'tmiss
(Who Iq well known here The The depression and! the bunk purpose or reasonable : p
mises Better Sleep'Farm Shops Opened In of the Armies of the United it"T1E '
State need" for I
the Nation
.laundry check room Is air con- panic, the New Deal honeymoon, coming "
''h, Families J ditioned for the comfort of the States, des crlbed compulsory and right up that momentous and the shre leave of alien I.
w. H. Warner, district military training for American
super- employes. September 3, 1939-ten year to : LOON FEATHER: by loIn seamen will be sharply and cauti J.,
visor of 18 Counties for the NYA youth a valuable I'
p Is going to be much more Another major Improvement Is as a day from the beginning of the Fuller In a novel of such universal ously limited 1"
rnJO announced in I which should be "
recently that line measure inaugurated -
I for many a lowIncomeI with the national I the addition of a new twopiecesteam In the near future. story-when England and France appeal that it transcends The announcement followed! a j 'a tv
I preparedness
family in as aref -, heated, shirt finishing unit, declared war on Germany. the category of historical fiction, request by President Roosevelt '
the extensive mattressg -' program, Supply depots, machine at a cost of $800 The first partof Asserting that the Allies are and has won the famous Hop- that Congress provide funds for ,I

(0s program now being car- shops and both light and heavy I I this machinery is the sleeve "fighting a war for civilization" MR. SKEFFINGTON writtenby wood Award It Is a story of 500 additional agents for the Federal I

ore a by the State Agricultural wood working shops are being ', Ironing unit and has two beautifully nnd "holding our front line," he "Elizabeth: ," is a novel which Trcumgeh's daughter, and granddaughter Bureau o f Investigation, l ''i,",

non Service, Farm Security established throughout this area' chrome-plated arms reach mild that there Is no time to lose !I every woman will find. enthralling of the chief of the loon bringing the total to about 1600 it : I

nitration, Federal Surplus for the training of NYA students, ing from the floor that resembletwo If this Nation Is to render effective for Its picture of the years tribe of the OJibways. It takes I ;

todlties! Corporation, and the purpose being to train them rounded pyramids set a few aid His remarks were con- to come or the years past; which place during the fur trading days Engraved sympathy iwknowlftlgtiimmt ,I tli;.,

r cultural Adjustment Ad- ,for work in war Industries as ,, Inches apart, large at the bottom tained in a statement which he every man will read with profit on Macklnac Island, which is well / *. Inezpanslve-Brad.. :
ration well as for service as mechanics| and tapering to "wrist size"at Issued In support of the $20.- and surprise, for its peerless por-,.known to the author, ford County Telegraph I "
e in the army and navy. j jTJiese I OOQ,000 Red Crags I, war relief
only will the programce the top. The damp shirt I
, special, training shops fund campaign. <
more comfortable beds sleeves are pulled over the, two I
natty families that hitherto will 'be located at Tampa, Orlando arms until the sleeves fit over "We should send not only I< : ,

Bushnell, Lakeland Sara- food, clothing and medical supplies "
ax been unable to buy them, the arms tightly from "wilst" to '
x sota and other points Subjects but also should arrange to .t"P
t will revive an old, old "shoulder" nnd the steam heat .t
custom -making mattresses taught at these shops will include quickly irons and dries them. send airplanes artillery, small /

md woodworking, metal work of Is arms and ammunition In unlimited -
--ihat almost disappear- The second part the unit I
th\ the invention of machinr blacksmithing, body building the "bosom" ironer, and resembles quantities.' he said. .
) automobile and aviation mechanics the usual unit
doing this work. It will pressing
move some of the surplus radio and plumbing, cook- to a great extent with the exception $61,212 Spent Here
ing and general
i now being held by the I mechanics I of an attachment to care As- I
al Surplus Commoditiesration "The whole purpose of this for t the shirt collar. Yearly By '

ana place It In ap- program," Warner stated, "is to I These recent additions, Mr sistance AgenciesOne jjj4

ate useagunted I train these boys to become good I Smith said, bring the total Investment I I II

in late 'mechanics so that the army and : in the plant to over $8.- of Bradford, County's most

February, navy and other units of defense'! 000 "When the stave mill is substantial payrolls, Is derived I '
uregs-making In I'
a Is program may have available able mecha- | ," he added from the granting of public assistance r rr
now gaining not running "o"r L
I y and agencies directing headway It nics to help prepare new equip I plant employs more persons than to the aged I, the blind, : 14'-5b: ; ;_
and from
t that thousands of mats ment. any other business in Starke. We and dependent children,

s' be made this I have fourteen employees In the allotments made to dependentsat

State Agricultural Exten-year. Army 'Will{ Center I plant and two others on the outside home by enrollee. In the Clvl I ltq"

driving pick-up and delivery ]Han Conservation Corps. K o
Service, represented Pilot Training In South 1
by Bused on figures for a recentmonth.
Y' and home trucks, r '
supervisors, are Bradford I s receiving y R'a <
..I 7 directing the News comes from Washingtonthat I Mr Smith attributes the remarkable I.1I
program $61,21200 annually from the four :
Jrfda.) The FSA the army air corps would growth of the laundryto n,
whose according to the State I
b train Its pilots in the Southern high-quality service sources, ., -
confined prompt
to farm .,
clients I Welfare Board, which ,
''income, Is expecting States, where there was no likelihood and the low prices The laun- assistance F. I
ap- three public
",Wy 4000 of snow and ice Interfering dry now serves, Bradford, Union, the ;I
to and Is the selecting
01 de by these clients within with the work of turning out Clay and Alachua Counties he I categories for CCC I ..

art 'few skilled fliers. By the early part ':said, and eight hour service on agency
months.while the the month In questionthe
'9"Ion Service reports that of 1941, it Is hoped to have all i dry cleaning is not unusual I'I'I During county rprlved 3165.00 In w l-t

and ticking for 1,700 mat- facilities greared up and runningat I Mr. Smith who got his startIn Old Age Anslstiince, $147.00 In '

t nave been ordered thus a pace to be able to turn out the laundry business many Aid to the Blind, $349.00 In Aid '

six thousand pilots annually. '' years ago in Gainesville when he to Dependent Children, while $!,- I

I farm families whose an- Some talk said that Valparaiso, 'operated the dry cleaning plant 440.00 was pal'l as compensationto i Ii
ICim 13 $400 or less are Florida, now used as a bombing now owned by Otto F. Stock, has the 48 young men from the II

4 for mattress material, school, would be expanded and taken l over personal supervision county enrolled In the CCC. Theyare

under< the Extension additional troops stationed there j of the production end of the allowed to retain only a max I

10 material |Is sent to pro- Personnel from :Maxwell and business while his partner, G. P. 'imum of $8 per month for their ,
I that does Barksdale schools might be distributed Golden handles the bookkeeping
not apply for | own use. 1
"t enough for 120 mat- among other posts, and department. p In addition. the county received

County and home dem- some of them sent to Tampa, I The plant is now entirely air liberal quantities of surplus com- .vc

11 agents make In which Is destined to become one I conditioned and the pressing modities, distributed by the State
surveys of the best as well as the largest steam I :.,
"PWive counties to de- I I room which contains nine Welfare Board's surplus) com

aeit It there are 120 air schools In the country. 'pressing units and numerous flatiron modity department I -' t r '. '
lIlIIles interested In ob-]' The former Is In Alabama and units Is comfortable even on Public assistance la paid I i! ,Ct ; 7f.u
the the latter In Louisiana. of cash,
material. Reports the hottest summer day. monthly In the equivalent r r

made to Ap Spencer I Kelley and Randolph, both: near The dry cleaning check roomis it was stated by State Welfare --m 3
!Ctor said to be also C C. Codrlngton.
of the Extension San Antlono were now under the watchful eyes Commissioner

Mr Spencer designates in-the projected expansion pro- of Mrs G P. Golden, and the The payroll Is made up here! In I
ratty Marsh Field, in California office of the state welfare -I
as eligible for receivf" gram. entire plant and its personel are the state ,1
l. and the agents take is another that may be en- as one well-organized,, efficient, board and forwarded to Tal- I

1ty ""ons for it. larged.In speedy machine with the one aim lasass In district relays, where j I' ,

!a*,120 applications this connection, special interest of "satisfactory service to our state warrants are Issued and "

sad receive are is being aroused in the patrons As It might be easily mailed. I

approval of the projected re-establ l Ishment of Imagined, the plant Is one of the No county tax funds are Involved -

lAftlaoAAA supervisor- training at Carlstrom and city's biggest users of electricityand In the payment of Old I Coca-Cola is pure, wholesome and

the cotton : Dorr Fields near Aicadla. The water In spite of the fact Age Assistance or Aid to the

f rom the Federal and ticking Florida delegation at the national I that it has a large steam boiler Blind, the state'a portion of the delicious. Its tingling good taste bringsa

lilies' Surplus capital Is working toward this that could furnish power.Mr revenue being derived entirely I
ld bale One end and with the above declared r there from the beverage tax the Commissioner ,
f cotton Smith avers that now after-sense of refreshment. It /
and happy
a ones intention the of the army pointed out CCC funds i ,
bale of on part little difference In cost be- e 'I
,t ticking Is suitor Iis the federal gov- !
chiefs doing its training are supplied by :
10 as the laundry or the
mattresses. tween letting while ADC funds come I satisfies thirst completely. When
county: \ or where cold weather does not In- woman" "do It." eminent you
home "wash
arrange for agent or terfere It looks like Arcadia may from the general revenue fund <

r0 ems) tables storage. and space- have the good fortune to have ,.I 't'II'IIt'rt' \rv They? of the state and are matched on i i drink it, you know that Coca-Cola has a R i f' ft
bo chairs. Uncle Sam.
l1e agent its former fields re-established. I father was teaching a 50-30 basis by I 0
A proud

nut Lest Jon! ot the Supervises"""tresses.or the. Bradford Columbia, Escambia. I nte small daughter to tell time. I I FOR BABY'S COMFORT I IMcGee' quality and a character that stand alone. ft;

apPlYing the Hardee, Her- "These are the hours, these are I
mUSt mat- Gadsden. Gilchrist, Baby Elixir I U intendedfor
make themother Holmes, the minutes, and these are the of the stomach
and I nando II Ills borough Minor upset
dean nd needles thread and Instru- i Jackson. Jefferson, Lafayette ] seconds" he said, pointing themiout. i: and bowels that remit from overeating THE PAUSE THAT RE FRES ,f''x,, a

Marlon. Okaloosa Okeechobee improper foods or temporary
ties where the mattress- Palm Beach Pasco, Polk, The small girl was rather puz- | over-acidity of the stomach. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of Till COCA-COLA CO. BY
nialto Program Orange, where are the 'Jiffies; A bottle of McGte'i Baby Elixir i s
has begun Sumter zled. "But t
workers or FSA Walton, and Daddyshe a.aked-The Ful'-l costs only 31c.CARPENTER'S 3 { ac
op include "*- Suwanee Taylor, 1 PKUO STOKE
AlaChua [row.
Baker, Washington. ,
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1141{ ; }' i!t r+> *l!." SOCIETY and CLUBS \the MisS er. subject During Olive Ray of the"Jefferson historical gave a talk Davis period on, "Children At of God"Reviewed ClubAt Incident and Woman's because or so of Club several an "not unfortunate months avalJ.able" I' Oughta I mean Lee"get. u along Two qUite swell tine] Jllpp! '

; And the Armory doesn'twant days
-- ago WllJo"ly
-- -- 'his of the
1N i,,' -------- -- ---- ------- --- -------- prison life and release. the regular meeting to let too many outsiders new Would i iMr like 101st

,!) Miss Vera Claire Robinson ;and W. II. Wight II Miss Fripp HonoredAt I i Besides the local chapter mem- Starke Woman's Club Wednesday Inside during these unsettled streamlined effect

Wed Home bers present, there were four afternoon, the Rev. Charles H. Nazi might Unnel'lltand Miss
Are In Ceremoi n ly At Apopka Bridge Party times Some nasty paid Ollr1
I of the Presbyterian quite
Jacksonville Allen,
members of the pastor a nice
off with the floor plan or !
The many friends here of Miss bride, entertained with a garden Miss Etta Fripp of Hardeeville, I IS. Chapter, United Daughters of the Church, gave an interesting review go sumpln. Guess the jook jointsare ,. Frank RObinson conppne 81 :

,, / Vera Claire Robinson, a former reception.In C., house guest of Mr and Mrs. I i Confederacy; Mrs. George Len- of Vardls Fisher's "Chil happy over the situation, M.S. meeting recently a

i, Resident of Starke, will be interested the early evening, Mr. Wight L. G. Powell, was the honored non, division treasurer; Mrs. Rus- dren of God. Po' Bill Graham Looksas R. Was quite the .e
., sell Frink of Jacksonville In beginning his talk, Mr. Methodist
in the following account guest when Miss Madge Middleton president minister's
} and his bride left by motor fora if be'a lose his "big"political wlte
+'1' of Mrs. D. W. Mc- the following brief synopsis gonna Starke in a t to
her marriage: entertained recently at an Chapter, gave long
wedding trip to New Orleans, 'fore he sits In long] t
,,. ; t i The marriage of Miss Vera and upon their return will resideat afternoon bridge party given at Arthur, registrar; and Mrs. J. E. taken from a recent issue of meetln'job Jus' as he went Take a bow Mrs. RObl1\BoQ tllnt\
I '' the home of her brother-in-law Matthews, past president, Jacksonville the "Reader's Digest": "Childrenof : on a Nice to know that
:4 1' Claire Robinson, daughter of Mr. No. 214 Summerlin Avenue, I and himself elected to the YOUr pv'
'I : ; and Mrs. John Cummins Robin- Sanford Mrs. Wight traveled In and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Chapter Mrs. W. N. God, an epic of the Mormons, got of Bond Trustees, the untiring work With the
w Bon of Apopka, to William Henry a two-piece navy sheer with Matthews :North of Starke was also a guest. recently won the Harper Fiction Board start people of the COtDJDurtity y'
Commissioners action -
:I ,V'' Wight II, son of Mr- and Mrs. white lace trim. Her accessories Vases of gladioli and roses were Prize. 'One of the most extraordinarily County do with the Board predated, isn't It? u'
Ladies to
I away
Auxiliary stories
t.k, r! Ralph Bouchelle WJght of Sanford were of navy and her corsage used throughout the lower floor interesting la Always have Wanted
So Bill's political career
read,' Cliftonnet t tt
!Met have ever says this
wag solemnized at 6 o'clockFYiday was of white orchids. In decorating. TuesdayThe column sayln
temporarily nipped In the bud sumpin!
:, I Fadiman. 'It has everything; about
evening in the garden at The bride, who was graduated At the conclusion of the game someone, Instead
+ Ladles' Auxiliary of the violence, mass migrations, grot- Funny part Is that he jus' of 1
the home of the bride's a
pp parent from the Orlando High School, Miss Evelyn Stump was awarded dirty crock at 'em -
Presbyterian Church met Tues- humor, breathtaking alternations laughs and laughs Seems hedidn't ,
in The Rev. Father X esque I'll
Apopka. guess
attended Stetson University in a box of toilet soap for making day afternoon at 3:00: o'clock at between success and fail much want the job any- sign off for tMj'!
J. Kelleghan of the Catholic Deland, where she Pi: Miss Middleton t ,', So long .
'+ pledged high score. pre- the Church with the president,I attached and See
(no salary )
E' Church ure. Also two heroes: the way fOl
In Sanford officiated, the next ,
Beta Phi sorority. Following his sented Miss Frlpp with a summer -
Mrs. E. M. Davis, In the chair. Joseph Smith and the was talked into runnln' by well-
Mlaa Jane Ley Smith of Orlando graduation from Riverside Military pocket book as a memento prophet
r' Mrs. C H. Allen transacted her organizer Brigham Young';" meaning friends -C
pianist, played a number Academy, Mr. Wight attended of the party. duties r
tV as secretary.Mrs. The speaker gave a complete Birthdays were hangln heavy
of nuptial selections while tile the University of Florida,
;t, w guests were assembling MiM where he was a member of the Joining the were players Mrs for L. refreshments G.- T, N. Kendrick had chargeof 'history of the Mormon Church around here on. June llth FRESH FISH

Cecella Truluck of Sanford, Sari Alpha Tau Omega social frater- Powell and Miss Pauline Boyd the devotional service, which and the life of its founder. He Know of four, and there coulda At ]

two selections, "I Love You nity. He Is connected in business also of Hardeeville. Miss Boyd consisted of song, scripture, and also brought out the fact that been more (Aha! Poetry!) ::

Truly,'' (Carrie Jacobs Bond) and with his father, R. B. was presented with a linen hand- prayer. the author was reared by a Mormon They were Al Kay Carlisle,
i "At Dawning," (Cadman), The Wight in Sanford. The program on the Phllllplne family but that he (Fisher) .
kerchief, a gift of the hostess. Rudolph Andrews, Clara Flume, OlSTER.i
Islands and Puerto Rico, was in with this
traditional wedding marches was not sympathy
and Wilma McClane .
.,.. I Those playing bridge with Miss I under the leadership of Mrs C particular religion. A Mormon Happyreturns
toq'4 Prayer To Be SubjectOf boys and gals Eat More III
and the hostess were: Mrs.
'Y.The i Fripp F. Ward. Mrs Kendrick and Bible was displayed by the re' Footl
bride was given In mar IJ. Y. P. U. ProgramThe : K.: L. Biggs, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. O. E. Stansbury assisted viewer. Some surprise Mary Lee Wynn for Snl
riage. by her father, was attended Mrs: O. L. Beasley, Mrs. E. L. Mrs. Ward in presenting the and Ed Silvernail pulled on ua MAGNOLIA
., ,' by her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Young People's Union of Williams Mrs. W. J. Epperson, gram. During the business meetingMrs. tother day Up an' marryin', FISH M.\KKIT:
Eldredge Robinson of K. G. Duncan, president,
? Maitland, the Baptist Church invites all Jr., Miss Evelyn Stump, and Mrs. Immediately preceding the business ..
as matron of honor. Miss Mary folk from 17 24 announced that the club, as usual,
young through
E. L. Matthews
Mrs. R. F. Clark,
? h Wight of Sanford, sister of the years of age to meet with them would disband for the summer
'a secretary of read NECTAR
Stewardship a TEA
bridegroom maid of months.
t' was honor Sunday night at 7:00: o'clock at U. I). C. Members Enjoy beautiful poem, "StewardshipTime. "A National "Favorit "
bridesmaids were Miss Annie afternoon
the Church to discuss "Praying The hostesses for the -
_: 1 Mae Isenhower of Apopka Miss: for Others" Annual PicnicAt Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. Earl 1-4 Lb. I>hg 1-% Lb J'\g.

Joan Miller, Miss Jane Powell The introduction will be given Kingsley Lake Miss Wynn MarriedTo Searing, Mrs. E.;\, L. Biggs, Mrs. 13c 25c
Miss Rosemary Olenn, Miss Hazel i Fate Brown, Miss Ruby Lilley,
I by the group captain, Miss Doris '
Jackson of Orlando, Miss Martha Crews. The W. T. WeekS Chapter, I Mr. Silvernail and Mrs. Arthur McRae, serveda ANN PAGE -

Wight and Ming Evelyn Cates of Discussion No. 1, "Learning the United Daughters of the Confed- In Home CeremonyMiss I tempting refreshment course Luscious. Tasty Pure ,

Sanford and Miss Louise Millerof Art of Praying for Others" will eracy, held its annual 8pend-the-I'' 'during the social hour Fruit
Daytona Beach, Karlyle'Householder I be led'by Miss Fannie Sllcox. day party Wednesday, Mary Lee Wynn daughter : PRESERVES
of Sanford served of Mr. and Mrs. i.. A, Wynn worn over a matching satin
as Mr. The scripture reference for this the Kingsley Lake lodge of Judge 3=8 O*. Jars
Wlght'a best and of Hampton, and Edmund Mason slip; her accessories were also
man grooms.men discussion Is James and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, the hostesses -
were: Lester Robinson o' I Discussion 5:16.: being Mro. Adkins, Mrs. Silvernail of Jacksonville were navy blue and her corsage was a 25c
No. 2, "Not to
Apopka, J. E. Robinson of Malt. for Others Is To Sin Pray Marcus F. Brown, and Miss Olive married Friday afternoon at five of white gardenias.Mrs. s iYisi#
land, Allan Wallace Jr., Donald Against; theLord" Ray o'clock, June 7th, at the homeof Silvernail was graduated BLUE ROSE
Bishop Jr., Robert will be led by Miss Mar- the bride'a parents in Hampton from the Bradford County High RICE 5 Pound
of Pkg.
Rumbley garet Lennon. Scripture refer- At one o'clock a luncheon was ____ 171
Sanford and L. B. McLeod Jr. In the presence of the immediate School and later chose nursingas
ence Is I Samuel 12; 3. served on small tables in the liv-
of Orlando. "We Are Enjoined To Pray ing room. In the afternoon a family. The double ring a profession. She was graduated SULTANA IIRANI Trailer Tasty 1 Lb. 6 Oz. Unj

The bride's wedding gown waa for Our Enemies," based the short business session was presided ceremony was performed by the from Flagler Hospital in RED
Rev. Fred Yerkes, pastor of St. St. Augustine, and for several 2 For __ 1 13J
an Allx \ the ,
model of silk net over scripture Luke 6:28: and Romans over by president Mrg.
Marks Episcopal Church, who is
satin with bouffant skirts of net 12:18: 21, will be led by Eloise L. A Davis, and at this time years past has been connected ANN PAGE Rich, Tasty
a friend of
personal the bride-
with the Duval County Hospital. qt. J
Bullock. delegates were elected tor attend
The which fitted formed a long full train George Silcox will discuss "We the State Convention in Pensa- groom. Mr. Silvernail holds a responsible SALAD DRESSING __ ____ 25
bodice with short block Gladioli, ferns and smilax were
position with the Studebaker
Are To Pray for the Salvationof cola, which convenes October IS.
sleeves was made of valtype lace used In decorating the Wynn Automobile
and the sweetheart Others" and will use as scripture Delegates chosen were Mrs 1<.:. home Company of Jack- For Delicious Beverage
_ neckline was for this occasion. The sonville.
featured. Her full length two- reference, Exodus 3231-32; K. Perryman and Mrs GeorgeW bride and groom hail, as their at- After the company had con- Kool-Aid Pkg. 5c OLDFASHIONEDMEAL
and Romans ,
tier veil of 9:23.: Roberts; alternates, Mrs. A
sheerest illusion with tendants Col. and Mrs. T. E. gratulated the
bow of the "We Are Enjoined To Pray Z. Adkins, and Mrs. O. L. Beag- newly married
same, f
was attached to o Gainesville. Mrs
couple, Mrs. Wynn served ice
clustered for God-called and Spirit-filled ley the president appointed the an 5 LI). Package
orange bloSgoms. Duncan is a sister of the
The bride.
t course, and
immediately after- Malta Vanilla 8
bride's Laborers, will be led by P. M. following nominating committee: oz. Pkg.
only ornament was a pearl Mrs. Silvernail was lovely in 12c
wards Mr.
necklace of her Barefoot, who will use Matthew Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Miss Olive and Mra. Silvernail Wafers 2 for 15c
mother's. She wedding dress of navy blue left for _
a short wedding trip.
9:33: as his .
y. carried a cascade of lilies of the scripture reference. Ray, and Mrs. O. L. Beasley.An
14 Valley and orchids arranged The program will be closed offering of $12.50 was collected -
long graceful lines. on with the discussion of "Praying ), which completes the $50 ROCKGIUHNOGRITS
for the Success of Other Chris- 'donation for the State educational Carolyn Callstreet IONA
Following the
wedding, Mr. and I tian Workers "
lira. which will be led fund, which was promised
Robinson, parents of then by the group captain. for this year by the local chap- Plain or Self-Rising 5 Pound Package/

Jl __7 H'lo. folks : Boy, oh boy Young gulped twice and reachedfor i 13c

What a big help camp Bland- "Christ in Concrete" .
ing's gonna be ,in peppin' the FLOUR
up Get ready Mrs. Y. for a run on

II heretofore dull summers around "C. In C." Editor's Note: PICKLI: \TCII
S. R.ohns&Sons these parts The uniformed. Dolly will probably deny she was
I Tare males ou've' seen around town get tin' the book for herself, but 5 Lb. Bag ____ 17c Sweet Mixe.1 Pickles

83: osslfers who're train In' don't believe a word of It 2-8 Oz. Jars 13c
lout there 12 Lb. |
a coupla weeks If Oh, oh Almost forgot Bag 37c
83: men liven things up this much 1-Lb. 6 Oz. Jar 13c|
Marcus brown
has a fish
Jus' think what Storke'll be with story 24 Lb. Bag 73c
} CASH AND CARRY PRICES FOR JUNE 14 & 15 10,000 camped not seven miles .as. well. as a cat story this week ,._

PHONE 45 away Whoops! boat at Says the he lake was Sunday ballln'and out felt a 48 Lb. Bag __ $1.43 D E XOShortening
Seenaround Town : Little sump In grab his toe He
Wanda Pearce peek In' down the knew it wasn't a turtle 'cause old

I bigness end of a rifle barrel tradition has it that turtles A & P
24 Pounds hang
SILVER KING FLOUR, Guaranteed 75c Shouldn't. do that, Wanda on till it thunders He peeked 3 Lb. Can 39|
_ the "unloaded" that'realways -
guns under the boat and saw that his Tub or Print
I somebody's head assailant had been
none other

Lard, Can - $3.50 Tomatoes, Can - 6c from off. .Raleigh. Ruth Sternberg and bubblin'jus' back over Wilson than a good wisecracks sized trout that Marcus, Joe, BUTTERPound ANN PAGEVINEGAR

with enthusiasm '.. Such good would probably have caught the
times she had. Get her to fish ___ 33c
on his toe nail if it hadn'tbeen !

Bulk Vinegar, Gal. 15c Lemons, Dozen 15c lady tell you who\ what'was always she said talkin'to the on Wonder Ingrown Pt. 7c Qt. tOe

magnetic attrac-
the party line .
tion brought Bill McMillan to Our Own TeaIn
B. Jacobs
has a crack idea

FRYERS, Alive or Dressed, Pound ,- 25c but that hasn't might work yet 0 on n some Roswell folks 1 time Church in last four Sunday years? .for. the My,first my Glass, 4 Oz. *___.:._ 19c IONA

Noegel Here 'tis: When Mr.J. lBlll I. .She. really leads ya around, 1-2 Lb. Pkgr -------_ 19c Peas, No. 2 Can JOe|
goes to Carpenter's for a ferris wheel to 1 Lb. Pkg. _________ 37c
Kitchen Matches 2 for 5c (I Sunday School! Keep the
Toilet drink
_ Tissue, 3 for 1OcStaley's I the nlckle(soft narrow-side-up, of course), he on sets the good work up, gal 8 Oz. Pkg.

counter, and there it stays Looks like a tough summer on S Small PkW'

Starch, 3 for lOc Fresh Tomatoes 3lbs.IOc When jerks time it cornea up without to pay,lettln'it Roswell In jitterbugs braggln' about. all, Jus'the good as I places was I KLEK ._________"___ 23c Post Bran Flakes eLargl' ]

our fair
fall--with the most expert city to have dances,
twist But If the nlckle does they go and blow up right In my Pkg. 12 Oz. PkgGrapenut

10 Pounds SUGAR fall, Mr. J. gets. his coke on I I face, one by one Legion Hall OXYDOL ------..__,_ 20c Flakes 13cj:
Roswell .
-. 45c Some fun, eh what? Toilet ,
This week's, cat tale: A tiny '
kitten has been missln from the i RITZ; 4 bars __ 25c 'COFFEE
home of M. F. Brown Tother : I

Catsup, 3-14 Oz. hots. 25e Chase ,& Sanborn, lb. 2Ie children night while Mrs.' B. and the THEATRE Toilet SoapOCTAGON ----

were visitln In Tampa bar ______ 4c. 2-1 Lb. Pkgs.
Marcus went to his bridge club, I STAKKK FLORIDA

: Relish, Quarts 20c Bananas, 4 Ibs. 15c 1 opened and the there door was around kitty at Dea9ley's -. I+I PROGRAMToday OCTAGON Soap Flakes 3 Small PkKL 25c 8 O'clock. I -_29c|

Mr. Brown will NOT prefer kid-I ---------
and Saturday 3 Lb. Pkg. .
napping charges .
Sliced Breakfast B A Myrtlce Killingsworth Is In the DOUBLE FEATURE: I Granulated Soap 8 O'clock 39e

CON, Pound I6c army now Been work In' two "VILLAGE BARN DANCE" 3, 9 Oz. Pkgs. '

weeks In the office at Camp Richard Cromwell-DorIs Day OCTAGON -- ---___..., 23c 2
: -1 Lb. Pkgs. .
Blanding .
Likes the work, and '

,;, Hens, Pound - 17 Rib or Brisket Stew, 121hc'Vis. spaces lonesome but says, out"in she, Says surely the she misses wide does'open the get "THE Bob KANSAS LUinjfstonAlso TERRORS" Jewel Swift's, 4 Compound Lb. Ctn. _.___ 39c Red Circle I _- 33c|

Chapter 11 of "The 2 1 Lb. Pkgs. ,

State Cheese 2Ic Swift's Pnn. Hams be"courthouse never a dull gang"moment. ,when Used she to Shadow"Sund""londaYJune I Sunny Field Pure Bokar 35c|
31c LARD -
wall workln' there 16-17 lb. Pkg. ___ 17c _

Ben Sternberg certainly got a Crrol Flynn-Miriam Hopklna
; : shock when he opened a Daytona In N. B. C. SPECIALS
5 Pounds BLUE ROSE RICE Beach paper tother day I "RGINI.CITY'. k Excell Crackers
ISc Seems that Ben (here on leave Pack
Also :Musical: Full
Short Red
from the Ripe -
Army) took one of I Sodas and Grahams

Peanut Hay, 100 Ibs. 1.35 Sweet Feed - 1.70Edan f his Beach"eternal"After to visit they flames his left brother, to one Daytona of, Sam the J Lupc"Tuesday Vrlez, -June PonaM 18. Only Woods 2-1 Lb. Pkgs. --__ 17c TOMATOES

:\ .
gosaipeera (seems! that have 'em ( : SriTFlRK" N. B. C. RITZ __ 20c 25c
everywhere) columned that Ben Our Gang Comedy 4 No. 2 Cans -

Mash - 2.45 Tuxedo Egg Mash 2.70 Sternberg and BRIDE were Bargain Night-Adulta ISo: -
honeymoon in
Daytona! .
Wow! ',"t''< .. Thurn.. June 19-20
Mrs H. H. Young P. L. (public Linda Darnell In A & P FOOD STOREOwned

SCRATCH FEED-- librarian) got a mild shock 'STAR DUST"tvltii
2.10 tother day when Dolly Lamb .. John Payne, Roland and Operated by The Great Atlantic and I

y, walked in an said, "Gimme the Young STARKE Pacific Tea FLORIDA!
dirtiest book ya got" .Mrs. 1 :M: G1:: New)Comedy Company




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-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS t! Mrs. J. W. KIncaid has returned ,', Dr. and Mra. J. K. Molpus and I Mr. and :Mrs Mlllard Judd Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley

after spending some time family and Miss Ann Bond of have recently moved into the entertained last Thursday nightIn

= -- --------- in Tampa with her parents, Mr. j jI Daytona Beach were '"week-end ; new" rental house belonging to honor of the birthdays of I*.
---- I and Mrs. A. C. Durden. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L., John S. Denmark on Welter St. J. and L. A. Wynn, which come
B. F. Renfroe of Ft Myers IS'' Mr. and Mrs.
W. Parks were Edward Burns Molpus. For the past several years Mr. on the 11th and the 4th of ..JUD '
and Mrs.InGlady Atlanta. Ga. upending a two week's vacation I spent Saturday in Cedar Keys, Mr and: Mrs H. D May Miss and Mrs. Judd have had apartments Supper was served on the lAwn I''
in this
t vISitors with relatives county. they attended. the BettsHallewedding. Ida Hagan and Leon Moore Mr.and Mrs L. D. Vining with Mrs L. A. Rennolda. and was enjoyed by 12 relativesof 'f

- Johnson spent spent Sunday at their fishing and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter will the honor guests. After 'up f I'
ISS with frle4d8. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb of I camp on Santa Fe Lake return Sunday from a ten days'trip Tom Ritch who was graduated" per music and con v e r 8 atlon i i
ay In ralatka Jacksonville were guests Wednesday E. R Poppell and family re- i to Washington D. C. where" last Friday from the Robert E. formed the entertainment.

urZ.M.flart have of Mrs. At E. McKinney cently left for St Augustine t I Miss Gayle Sewell has Mr. Vining transacted business Lee High School in Jacksonville, -- .
where they are at home T. H. Hill, a newcomer to the 't
, aDd Bummer home at 14 turned to her home after- re-I spent the week-end here with his
J to their neW Mra.: A. E. McKinney and Ever- Myrtle St. i i ing the past several weeks In The Rev. Charles H. Allen and mother, Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Sunday county, was In Starke Saturday

--tnssle Lake. ette McKinney spent Saturday in i 1 Leesburg with relatives- I the Rev. Fred Yerkes returned Tom left for Savannah, Ga., afternoon. He Is a railroad man t- t
- Augua- Jacksonville Mrs. R. A. Thomas went to | today from Fernandina Beach where he has accepted" a position and Is enjoying a leave of absence >>
Grlff. Lake Wales to attend for a or so! from his
O. J. the gradu- where they attended camp for with the Petroleum" Carrier Cor year
.J 5. the guest of her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Davis of ation of her granddaughter, Mav- |IJ. Mrs. W. E. Thornton Mrs. A.I the Episcopal Choir boys of Mel- poration.Mr. job. Mr. Hill came here from
Griffis, and Mr. and Mrs. '
Bigg. odelle Hall. Port St. Joe and Is spending his i
L. the week-end here
g. Arcadia spent N. Thomas rose. .
spent Thursday of time small ,
near Sampson
on a place
-- as guests of Mr. and Lira E. M. last week In Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs E. W. Hayes, and
. frs. J E. Wilson are Davis. Mrs. R. G. Kldd and son, Rich- Mrs H. L Brownlee and Enos Hayes, spent Sunday In which he recently purchased l
a"43 BUmmer at the I Is' ard, Mrs. Glen Wood, and George ) left toSpend from Carl Wynn.V. .
tM daughter, Madge, Sunday Jacksonville as guests" of Mr f
111II: Kingsley Lake. : Flynn, Jr., spent Monday In S. W.. Griffith and little Deland with r
ten In
cottage Mrs. E. J.., Dowling, Misses dayS Hayes son and daughter-in-law, 1
: and I Jacksonville:: son, Donald, and Othma Sullivan,. Mra. Brownlee's .'broth.erinla.wand Mr. and Mrs Wilson Hayes. Re- F. Manning 1 t. t
end;; Mra. Edward Burns Marlon Jackson and Helen Dowling, In visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sum-,I sister, Mr. and Mrs J. E. turning home with Mr. and Mrs Honored On Birthday 4 ;
Billy spent Sunday 't
r. recently to their summer Mrs. W. S. Stroman left Mon- I mere at Graham Sunday. Futch.A. Hayes was their daughter, Betty, i
d Ocala.
on Kingsley Lake. ... day for a visit with her daughter I who had spent the week in Jack Mrs. V. F. Manning entertained : .

ge Mrs. James Godbold, In James Hollingsworth was the Z. Adkins, Jr., Jimmy Sew- sonville. Friday at "open house" In honorof \
-T. w. Kincald left yes- Miss Gladys Johnson has returned Jacksonville.Miss .guest Sunday of his brother-In-,! ell, and John Morgan and Charles her husband's birthday anniversary. ''

rs.Wi two weeks' trip to home after spending sev- )j law and sister, :Mr and Mrs ,William Chalker, students at the Mrs. O. W. Alderman and the .

.y r,burg. K3P. eral days in Tallahassee with Wllla Mae Thornton and James Hair, In Lake City. Citadel Charleston S. C., are Rev. and Mrs A. K. Lightfoot I Summer flowers were used

- friends Jimmie Fillyaw, the latter of! I spending their vacation here with and daughter, Nancy, left Friday -' throughout the Manning's homeIn

. and Mrs T. A. 'Jrner of Lake Butler spent Sunday In Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe their parents. I for Baltimore, Md., to attend decorating for this lovely af-

,ood were nests Monday Edwin Williams has returnedto Jacksonville.Mrs. ''of Palatka were guests last weekend the Southern Baptist convention fair.Th .
and Mrs G. H. Bennett. his home after enjoying the of Mrs. Varnedoe's parents, Miss Tamea Thomas, of Waldo, While there Mrs. Alderman many useful gifts which
r. past few weeks with relatives In A. S. Strickland of Kings- Mr. and, Mrs. W. P. Smith. granddaughter of Mrs.: R. A. !i will visit her son and daugh Mr, Manning received were displayed -

4. Pitts of Tampa, a former Willlston. ley Lake spent Sunday in Jack I Thomas of Starke, won an ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. In the living room. t

at of Starke spent severalhere sonville as guest of her brother, | Miss Ruth Sternberg returned :American Legion medal upon her" I Alderman. Upon arrival the guests were I
this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownleeare Henry Austin. I Tuesday, after spending twoweeks graduation from the Waldo Junior served! tempting refreshments. ,

spending vacation In wash- I in Raleigh, N. C. as the High School. The Young Matrons' Circle of Those enjoying the occasion 1
's o Rev Frank Robinson Is ington, D. C., as guests of the'| Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall, ac- 'guest of Miss Mignon Slsson. the W. M S. have charge of the with Mr. Manning were; Mr. and I
ling; the Methodist ConferIn Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith this 'companied by A. E. Wall Jr., ol Miss Frances Jane Hatfteld, I program at the meeting to be Mrs. L. W Strickland and family I ,

Sanford this week 'month. j[Jacksonville left Sunday for Hoi Mrs. S. S. Dowling retained who has been attending college held Monday night at eight" o'. of Wildwood; Mrs. C. W.

Springs, Ark. to her home today after enjoyinga In Mllledgeville!, Ga? arrived" this I clock. Mrs V. 1C. Garden. Program Benaley and children Miss Ulllan I
week to spend the summer holidays MoHeloy, and Miss Pearl
visit with her sister, Mrs. Chairman, will be In
Fernandez with her parents, Mr. and will be In Manning all of Gainesville; Mrs. : t
Miss Alice Is attending James Godbold, in Jacksonville. charge. Mrs. Darby '
HOTEL LEAMINGTONN. summer school at the ---- Mrs B. E. Hatfleld. charge of the business discussion L. E. Moseley and family, Mr. 1
and Mrs W. H. Hart Mr. and ', ;
Florida State College for Women Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morgan of following the program. :
Miss Hogsed, who Is Mrs. W. C. Manning and family I
E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard in Tallahassee.Mr. Plant City announce the birthof Kitty
: :
and J. C
spending the summer in Jacksonville Mrs Herman Krause! and and Mr. Mrs Manning '
a baby girl on Tuesday, June a
Park and Biscayne Bay with her aunt, Mrs. KittyLane all of Staike. 1'.
Overlooking Bayfront and Mrs. N. Steinberg- re 4. She has been named Carolyn. daughter, Miss Mary Jo Krause .\
Opposite Union Bus Station turned yesterday from Memphis -- spent the week-end" herewith of Tampa were guests last weekend I r rI \
her mother, Mra. W. B. I of Mrs O. L. and CAltl
attended the nensley IIi
Tenn., where they Miss Betty Battle who spent I
FLORIDA Shrine convention. last week here- with Misses MarIon Parks, and., Dr. Paika. 1 Mrs E. L. Biggs; Miss Krause i We wish to express our sincere { '
I appreciation to the many : J
1 left Monday for Gainesvillewhere I
and Helen has
Dowling, returned .
the late
friends of brother,
Block From Shopping District, And Amusements Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dell Sr., of to her home In Ft. Meade. Miss Selma Thornton spent the I' she will attend summer" our for the beautiful t'
ie A. J. Grlffls.
Gainesville, were guests Sunday week-end In Lake Butler as the I school at tho University Mrs. floral offerings and sympathy (.
SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson Mrs L. G. Powell has returnedto guest of Miss Opal Fillyaw. Miss Krause remained for it longer extended r
at Kingsley Lake. her home after enjoying a Fillyaw returned to Starke with visit. < f
Minnie Nauman Mamie Geiger,
igle Room with Bath-.$1.50; Double Room with Bath-$3.00MIAMI'S I visit in Hardeeville, S. C., with Miss Thomas Monday and remained Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. K. L. Grlffls. f

N. T. Ritch and Harold Bishop, her mother, Mrs. A. H. Frlpp. for a two day visit.
: MOST POPULAR R -DL'mort"lIt have returned( .
students at Oxford Ga., are I i :
(heir respective homes after" CARD OK THANKS I
I Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Bennett, I
their summer vacation Miss Snookle arrived
spending Corpening I
spending the past week in We take this method In thanking
with their parents. this week from Montreat CollegeIn accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. I Apopka as guests' of Mr. and each and every one who wan i '
---- North Carolina to spend her Randolph Boree of Jacksonville t
Mia J. C. Robinson. While there no kind and assisted UII duringour
Mrs. F. H. Long Is the guest summer vacation here with rel- and W. C. Bennett of Miami ,
I they attended the Wight-Robin recent bereavement May ;I t.;
GROCERY & MARKETCASH week. In Macon and h
: of her son-in-law and daughter atives. spent son wedding, which was solemnized Go..'. richest. blessings rest upon .
Carroll, Jackson, Ga., visiting relatives
Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. II Friday, afternoon at six o' each one.
AND CARRY PRICES FOR FRIDAY In Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Ray Lewis returned todayto clock. The Adkins Family
AND SATURDAY ONLY her home In Altha after spendIng The Rev. and Mrs. Joe Houseman j I I

and Mrs. W. L. Wall and I this week here an the guest and family, of Lakelandwere ,.

E NOW CARRY SWAN'S DOWN ALL-PURPOSE A. E. Wall left Sunday by automobile of Misses Evelyn and Marjorie dinner guests Sunday night ''
for a ten-day trip to Hot I Stump. lof Miss Gladys Johnson and Mrs Red Top +
lour 5 Pounds 29c Arkansas. W. N. Johnson. The HOlsemlln"were ; i
- Springs TipTopGrocery
Mrs. P. R. Bag ett. Grady, going North for a summer

lOc Package Elbeek Meat Free With Erich 5 u). Purchase Mrs. J. W. White is spending Baggett of Williston and Mrs. gospel tour. COFFEEPound

of This Fine Flour several weeks in Tallahassee with I Bradford Brantl -ot Atlanta, Ga., i
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. are guests; of Mr. and Mis. E. L Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza ''f
and" young1' 1101'1' 'Cllft, and'daughter
dt 4 = '''lOc and Mrs. G. C. White. Williams. Mitts Gloria Johns, and their! 15c '
t Packages - -- ----- -
house' guests' Mr. and Mrs L. A .
Mr. and Mrs. S T. Dell, Sr,, Friends of Mrs. E. M. Thomas I
of Gainesville were guests Sunday will be glad to learn that the Is I Mendoza of .lunneiette. La. werguests & Market

18c of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Improving after being confined to Sunday of Mr. and Mrt. 3 Pounds 39c
d 2 Pounds
- at Kingsley Lake.tentaWord. her" home several weeks because' T. J. Griffin. STAItKK, FLA.

of illness.

fresh Tomatoes, Pound 5c I I Madge Mrs. Mlddleton.W f;. Middleton Mrs. ,E.Miss L. Chandlee Miss Mrs Louise Charles of Allen West, H and Palm I Allen Miss Head Jletly Sr. Best Bananas, 4 Pounds 15c

ten-I Matthews, and Marjorie Sue :Mld accompanied by Miss Brit A ah- RBI BLISS OR NORTH CAROLINA 10 Pound
FOR SALE CHEAP :500:> dleton spent Saturday afternoonin akken of Oslo, Norway, were

DGAR 5Pounds 19c acre tracts for strawberry I Gainesville". week-end guests of the Rev anl1

- growing. Improved or unim, -- -- Mrs C, H. Allen. \ Potatoes ZSc

Ultli I'urtiiase of 1 IQe Can of Black PepperTRY proved. Easy terms. Harrell Mrs. 11. r Metzker and son
& Edwards, Lawtey, Fla. Leonard, of Wltchlta, Ka., arrived Mr. and Mm. R. L. Kemp hans
OUR DELICIOUS CUBE STEAK 5-31 5tp Tuesday for a two month's their guests Sunday Mr.::1 I
visit with Mrs. :Mary Dicks on Kemp's brother-in-law and elite r, Kitchen Matches 2 Boxes 5c
FOR SALE-New PERFECTION Lake Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Anderson and ,
- three-burner oil stove, slightly Hampton children of Lakeland, and MrsKemp's .

NAT SEZ: used.See Walter Very Martin reasonably, route priced one Itp,,, daughters Mrs. T. 1 Hell
Your pop may not look a9 good Lawtey, Florida spending this week in Jacksonville
this but he would If I --- with Mrs Liindrum's mother, of Hev and Mm. A.
an picture apart
} ?4a 'he had on all those good clothe FOR bath. Extra Mrs. J. H. Rogers. E. Lightfoot their I daughter i Salad 20c
# / interested ment with private Nancy, and Mrs G. W. Aldei r.: -
Your ma probably is not If desired F. A. Scott,, tear ,
( room Interested to
will be
because she 18 afraid to let Fla. Itp Lt. Ben Steinberg returned, man,
l 54, th
him dress too much. Hut phone Thursday to Ft. Dicks New Jer that they are unending :

don't you pay up her no mind, chll- FOR SALE--two-year-old registered sey after" spending two weeks Southern Baptist Convention week" I III:1 I Best Smoked Bacon Pound lOc
Md.. thin
shorthaired Baltimore, ,
lun, go out and buy him a new male bird dog here with his parents Mr. and
Father's Day German pointer.: Write Mrs. N. Sternberg
tie or a shirt for I I'I 10 Pounds
and if he looks! too dressed up I box 341, or call at the Telegraph I I

and wants to Ie" out alone, tell I lip Mrs. J. Jo;. Conway and daughter Sunday IsFATHERS'

ma to go with him. She'll prob- SALE Improved variety I Mills Pauline Conway of I i SUGAR 45c
spending some
how. !, Jacksonville are
ably do It anj strawberry plants,
Missionary time at Mrs. E M. Thomas' cottage DAY
very reasonably' priced. Kingsley Lake. i

Levin Grlffls Lawtey, Florida on- --- Grits 10 Pounds 25c
Itp - r r
__ Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of Jacksonville ; Give Dad A ,
and'Mr.. and Mrs I

AfFtL ,'y Sso ___ I LOSTSooty spot horns center tipped colored forehead marked cow, crumpled,smooth white I were Thomas guests!, Limbaugh of Mr.of and Sparks Mrs.. Ga.H,,, TIEwmNKLI I Maxwell House Coffee f Pound 23c

left L. Brownlee Friday. I
underblt In

9 y1 J.ear.crop Prevail right Finder ear Starke please, and notify, receive Itp L I Mr.daughter.and Mrs Catherine Milton Brownleeand I of I i Tip Top Tea, /,Lb. - 25c

i1t01 reward. Gainesville, were week-end guests I : ARMOUR'S STAR I'UHK 1 Pound Cartons! -2 For
LOST--small black mule weigh of Mr. Brownlee's grandmother,

ing about 700 pounds. Brandedon Mrs. S. E. Ilrownlee.
each hip. Has dent In fore -- LARD :lSC"

.s head. Reward. Notify Joe Mr. and Mrs C. B. Hayes and

Hankerson. Rt. 2, Starke, Fla. daughter." Eloise o* Lake Butler,,
lip were visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. .

Several head of stock Hayes Is Clerk of the Circuit Ties Country-Kist Peas Can 9c
STRAYED- [ Court In Union County. ,
e fir cattle of various marks and!

: Y brands but all are branded A I Miss Carolyn Reid, who spent $1.00

T and have metal tags In ears last week here with Misses MarIon All Bread 3 For - 25c

____ denoting Federal Bangs Inspection and Helen Dowling, left Sun- ,

-- recovery. expenses Information will be In appreciatedand connection leadingto day her for home Reddick in Ft.before Meade.returningto SOCKS 3 pairs Penney Matches, Pack of 10 f for 5c

any .I 35c a pair or
therewith will be gladly Mrs. M F. Brown and children,

J. Thomas, Starke, Fla. 3t I, Marcus and Florence, have returned For $1.00PAJAMAS ARMOUR'S STAR FANCYMILK 3 Tall Cans t't
t I after spending a few days

HELP WANTED20.25men ., in Tampa with Mrs. Brown's 17cKellogg's
Mrs J J Fitzgerald I
free and able to travelin mother i.

territories of Starke, Pa- I ;Irll. Geo. R. Powell t

I&\ lalka. Waldo Melrose, Green Mr. and Bobby of Newton, N. $1.25 up 6Vc i t
Cove, etC. to work demonstrations.with manager I C.and are son spending a hori vacation Corn Flakes : ".
making here with Mr and Mrs. J. H.

-- -- --- Traveling guaranteed.and Salary living, bonus expenses& I I I Fields Powell. and Friend Mr. and of Mr.Mrs. Powell C. J. ALVAREZEst. 24 Lbs. 73cIt'SE '
Beckat Flour
Ask for Mr. Just Rite -
Hotel Starke; St. will be Interested to know that I I'i i
Starke 1894
of .
is serving aJJ mayor
Sternberg Box n0w
James Hotel, Palatka; or --, t tt

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I FARMERS' SECTIONRURAL "" Partners In Death and Destruction -LIVE- STATE NEWS SAFETY Tampa.-CAI\U'\lG starting":';))1 Ate

hoped to be a SIHI...., t 1
___ 1- -- -- Campaign through; 'herd Sat"1
R.O.T.O. FOR HIGH SCHOOLS A CITY BRED FISH "safety flags from theytl

HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD Bradenton The Manatee Jacksonville.-Local anglers lit- buildings in various "' f' Pabl I

County School Board, acting at erally went fishing in their front Frock, director of HTV"1
COMMON SENSE . Club, record rain- Safety FIori
the request of the Optimist yards following the Council mane,, the
WILL, FOSTER BUILDINGS ClEANING IN THE KITCHEN voted to make formal applicationto fall Robert Campbell radio operator presentation to the ritv) l.1lJ!
the Federal government for for the Jacksonville Police on Tuesday, june 4 roe f!
Plans were announced recentlyby Clean as you cook, and have a establishment of ROTC units in Department reported that he will be flown from

M. L. Wilson, Director of the regular schedule for the special the Bradenton and Palmetto high caught a two-pound mullet at: the various cities even flag poles

Extension Service in the U.and S. : cleaning Jobs.A schools. First and Laura Streets, when i Is not a fatality in 'Aa) '1ay the
of Agriculture city,
Department e I Is hoped that I
Central Housing, handy shelf for cleaningsupplies .t "dii:0 the heavy precipitation broughtthe the pub,' will
of the
chairman h-
MONEY radio come
GOOD CUCUMBER water up around the "safety conscious
Committee on rural housing, fora inspires kitchen cleanli- the ttos
Cucumber growersof station. Campbell and a companion observance of the-
of Leesburg,- yafetr
renewed national program Among supplies, Include in their Oa
ness. your fish and
I relative to how existIng -, Lake and Sumter Counties received saw the Jump, respective ':alesDRIVEWAI' '
. education facilities 0 f governmental I a mild neutral soap and a net return of about acted quickly with a crab net to

agencies may be used scouring powder-a very fine $200,000 from about 600 acres make their prize catch. IS PUlUc
financing kind that does not scratch. A Tallahassee A
this A conserva- filling
Ir the building of low- planted season. staUo
to promote metal of fine steel wool ALIENS driveway may be
homes in rural communities I sponge tive estimate of the gross valueof TO FINGERPRINT mslderM
and for farm building repairs and Is also useful for cleaning stub- the crop would be about $300- Daytona Beach-Allens in ,this public highway, t ib. Supra
I Court
l improvements. :Mr. Wilson says born spots. 000. city pondered an ordinance passed situated says, even though It 1

that important interests in the Pots and pans need little more on first reading in the city com- I on private property. 1'1:
court ordered
it t building Industry are cooperatingwith than the soap-and-water treatment PROFITS FROM PRIMARIES: mission requiring all foreign-born the National C

this program. It is easier to soak food Italy entered the war Monday, on the side of Germany, makIng Tallahassee,-The State made residents to register with the police ualty Company to pay Marth

Under this program an effort loose than to scrape It off and "partners In crime" of the two men shown above: Hitler money on the recent Democratic department submit to being Zmijewskl and her husband i Ron
will be made to get a widespread you can remove stains on tin or of State R. photographed and finger-printed. stanty Zmijewskl, the $lOQp tat
(mustache) and :Mussolini (salute). Although long expected, primaries. Secretary value of an insurance
understanding of the methods of enamel utensils by heating them shock to A. Gray turned over to the gen- Aliens now here, under terms of POlicy
actual the of Italy came as a Jarring the life
hostility on part Walter .J
for a few minutes in a weak soda Mitchell
housing must
operation of existing eral revenue refund $22,124 received the ordinance, register
agencies, so that those who are solution. For stubborn stains, an already war-wracked world, and was publicly denounced by from qualifying fees. The within 30 days after the law goes $200 attorney fees MItchell w,
low- rub gently with a fine scouring I President Roosevelt'as a stab in the back of neighboring France. fatally injured liaieh 9.
anticipating building new elections, he said, will cost some- into effect. Those arriving 19v
F, cost homes in small towns and powder that Is free from grit. Like any other vulture, back-stabbing Mussolini hovered above thing less than the $15,00 appropriated. the measure becomes law must when he was struck bv an rut
X will Aluminum is discolored by an to which side gained the hand. mobile as he stood m st ,
rural areas and on farms the war scene, waiting see upper .- register within 24 hours. It A
more readily understand how to I alkali, either In solution, or In' When the mythical odds seemed to favor Hitler II Duce gustine filling station

';u 1 use existing agencies in this field.: I harsh soaps and scouring powders scrambled on the bandwagon, hoping to share in the booty. FULL-TIME hEATh UNIT MAY ENLARGE: IIOSPITAL TEACHER'S
federal agencies, Includingthe ; so boll your aluminum SALARYTallahassee
The i Fernandina Nassau County Tallahassee,-Actual crowdingin
utensils in a vinegar solution, Florida
Farm Credit Administration, i I countfr
Federal Home Loan Bank Board, rather than in a soda and water the bush. Leaves attacked by Costly Rubber Heel will get a full-time county health State institutions resulted In cannot build up a surplus i
Administration, bath. Light rubbing with steel black spot quickly turn yellow unit as the result of an 18-month orders by the State cabinet for school fund by underpaying the
Federal Housing :
Federal National Mortgage Association wool will help to keep aluminum and fall off. If It is allowed to May Start New program of study and work by plans to erect long-delayed build teachers. Attorney General &<

and the R. F. C. Mort spotless and will remove rust continue, the disease often will ; Industry In Florida. the Nassau County Commissionand ings at the State Hospital for the Couper Gibbs ruled last wee
gage Company, are anxious that from Iron. A light coating of kill most of the leaves on the the Nassau County Public Insane. Supt. J. H. Therrell was the new school code provldej tha
their services may be used in mineral oil, or other saltfreefat bush. In Washington the United Health committee. The county authorized proceed at once a county can receive from th

small town and rural areas. will keep the rust from Here are Dr. Tigdale's recom- States Bureau of Standards has commission has unanimously approved with studies of necessary new State school appropriation amore
which is buildings, and to communicate
the project,
than it
forming again. budgets for
of needed low-cost mendations: 1 saarie:
Many types
a pair of rubber heels that cost 1. with houses and learn
village homes farm subsistence The sink needs constant attention Remove all badly affected slated to get underway July supply Under the school code he sal.

homes, farm houses and productive to spare the finish froma leaves from plants and from the Government more than $1- whether they will furnish build- "if a county decides to budg-
harsh scouring. If there are 000,000 and 17 of SPECIAL PRLILIRYTallahas8eeSam ing materials and wait several for teachers' salaries
farm buildings can be financed ground around the plants and some years an amon
through the existing agencies spots that will not respond to destroy them. research; but they may mark Getzen and months for payment. less than that to which It la en
soap and water rub them witha I H. Winton Strickland have qualified titled under the apportionment!\ t <
After affected leaves, the of rubber -
removing beginning plantations
Cooperating with this Joint fine Scouring powder. The I to enter a special Democratic BABSON IS GLOOMY State funds, then its share of th
the bushes
Flordo to ,
governmental program, the build chromium plating on modern I apply taking care to spray them thoroughly in America similar to the primary called to nominate a Deland,-Conditions in the State funds is automatically diminished

ing Industry has set up the Na- plumbing fixtures needs only to cover one near Miami where this first successor to the late Senator R. United States, after the presentwar to the amount so budgeted

tional Homes Foundation, representing -be wiped frequently with a damp i.. pair of heels originated.The Lucas Black of the ThirtySecondFlorida will be 30 chaotic that "once ."
manufacturers, local cloth or to be washed with soap To make four gallons of Flor experiment began with the District. The first primary again we will return,to the funda-
building material dealers and and water. The older types of do, use 6 ounces of soap, 1 1-2 Introduction 17 of wilt be September 10 and mentals," Roger Babson famous A FLOCK OF HOMKSLeesburg : :

trade associations in the build- plumbing fixtures can be polished ounces of bluestone, and 1 1-2 more than 2,000 years rubber ago trees the second, if a run-off Is necessary economist and moral leader, told ,-The home rettremen
occasionally by rubbing ounces Of strong ammonia. Add 103 seniors committee, a n organization
ing and allied fields This lightly from Haiti, Puerto Rico, and the September 20. graduation at Stetson o
Foundation through its technicalan with a fine scouring powder. soap (laundry soap chips are East by horticulturists at University's commencement ex- postoffIce employes plant j t
deducatlonal committees, is Additional suggestions for good) to 1 quart of water and the Federal Indies Plant Introduction IN "BKLKIVE IT OR NOT" ercises. The silver-haired finan- build 75,000 houses throutfwu

recommending techniques to Improve cleaning throughout the house heat to dissolve completely. Garden in Miami. It Is the only Leesburg, Mrs.\ Lillian D. cial expert painted a gloomy picture the United States 25.000 of the
building design and con- can be found In Farmer's Bulletin Then add sufficient water to rubber tree Vickers-Smith was featured inRipley' as he advised the seniors to In Florida, near Orlando, Lee
project on planta-
No.: 1834. This bulletin make 2 gallons. Dissolve blue learn trade burg Miami, Tampa and W
struction and at the same time tion scale ever attempted out- "Believe It or Not" car- a instead attempt-
make for lower costs. Through Housecleaning Management and stone in 2 gallons of water in side the tropics. Today some of toon recently, as the only woman Ing to live by their wits. "Com-I Palm Beach. The plan accordIng
Methods, Is available free as longas a glass clay, wood, or enamel to Wyatt, Is for 1ffir
this program the building Indus- the trees are 35 feet high and sports editor in the country. Mrs. petition will be sharper than ever post<
tries interested in the farm and the supply lasts through the vessel. Then pour the two solutions 10 inches in diameter. Smith is sports editor of the before and the Government will employes ,to pay $4 a year In

rural markets are ready with a I United States Department of together Into a containerthat Leesburg Commercial and Is the be so much In debt that it can-I the building fund until they *
cooperative merchandising educational Agriculture Washington D. C. will hold 4 gallons. Stir Periodic measurements have mother of three children. She not afford to give relief Jobs or i tire. At that time they you]

and promotional -programto briefly and add ammonia while shown that the early growth has is recognized for her writing ability perhaps run CCC camps," he i be entitled to live In ,me of if:
stimulate building and modern- Flordo Best Control stirring. Smaller or larger quantities been as rapid in Miami as in and her thorough knowledgeof said. houses for the rest' of their live
ization and repair activity in may be made In proportion Haiti and Mexico. The rubber The title to the property soul
For Black of curd the tree's resistance to cold weather sports events. I
these areas. Spot Formation waxy on DOG AWARDED DIIX.OMA: remain with the gnmp whlc
It U expected that widespread surface of the completed mix- has astounded plant Introducers would operate without profit!
Deland Katje, German-
additional employment and the Flordo spray is the best pre ture may be due to failure to as well as local horticulturists, a
sound Investment of private funds scription for control of the common dissolve soap completely, or to for temperatures have gone as IVorrls' 18yearold Shepherd "Seeing Eye" dog, who' INCREASES PILOT < t.O'f\
for needed homes and farm build-I and destructive black spot Insufficient stirring of bluestone low as 28 degrees Like many Negro, arrested by County came to Stetson with her blind Lakeland-The Civil I Aeronautics
disease of roses, according t01 I northern trees it sheds leavesIn officers, has confessed to break- master Robert Barnett, had the
Ing improvements will result from I and soap If there Is only a its Authority will train 30 add
this program. Dr. W. B. TI c.Jale. State Experiment I little curd the mixture may be winter, reducing frost danger ing into "about .a hundred"houses distinction of receiving a degree tlonal students to fly here th,
Station plant pathologist.: used after straining it off, but and making it particularly well- here in the last six weeks along with her owner when'commencement summer under its expanded college

IIUS SCHEDULE: Responding to numerous queries -i If there is much of it the mix- suited to Florida cultivation.The F. C. Jacoby, County identification 'exercises were held training program n was an

Northbound from rose growers whose | ture should be discarded and a creamy, white latex tapped officer, said. Fourteen of here last week.FormaJly nounced last week Manager Dlt

Leaves Starke at 2:20: a. m. plants have been attacked by new batch made. recently was a welcome sight to I, the places Norris said he entered attired in regulationcap Bentley of municipal airport d

12:30: p. m.. 1:43: p. m., 6:10: p. black spot during the past few Properly made, Flordo is of the botanists who cared for the I'I have already been checked and gown, the black and tan rector of the program new I
JTL, and 10:10: p. m. weeks Dr. Tisdale pointed out smooth consistency and forms a trees so long. All were grown and all of them had been broken guide dog marched to the plat- connection with Florida Soothe

SouthboundLeaves that[ bordeaux and several other thick layer of bubbles if shaken.It from seed. They found the trees into, according to Jacoby. form with her master who receive college, said students \voula b

Starke at 2:40: a. m., fungicides are efficient In con- will keep Indefinitely In a grown from East Indian seeds In his own degree of Bachelor gin flight training ana grow
10:20: a. m., 2:20: p. m. and 5:20: trolling the disease, but Flordo tightly corked bottle. Flordo the garden produced a higher CAN HIRE OR FIRE of Arts, and Katje receiveda work on June 15. The tour,

p. m. probably Is the most effectiveand wets the glossiest foliage and, yield of latex in general than Tallahassee,-Florida's gover- degree of C. F. from President will be concluded Sept 15 A

Westbound satisfactory because It. in drying, adheres to the leaves fora those from other tropical lands. nor has ample authority to hire W. S. Allen which stands for an added inducement ''" Leaves Starke at 5:33: : cheap and it leaves little and fire employes of his office
p.m., or no long time, Frequency of appli- Canine Fidelity. The dog was to take the flying course Bentley
and 11:30: a. m. residue on 'the i I to Increase or lower their salaries
plants. cations will be determined by Earthworm Wins also presented with a specially said CAA officials had &i 1
Eastbound The disease is recognized by amount of black spot and rain- I land to reassign work as he may inscribed diploma by President vised that the student fee o
Leaves Starke at 5:20: m. black, irregularly-shaped | desire the court has de-
p. spots on fall. If the disease has made a High Praise As !I supreme Allen $40 had been eliminat-
Ticket office and bus depot at the: leaves. Lower leaves are at- cided. The ruling came In a
Conway's Service Station, corner tacked first, and from them the good start, spray at weekly Intervals Co-Worker On Farm I I suit filed by Mrs. Ella Neil, I .
when the
Highways 13 and 48. disease spreads to other parts of I former assistant certary to Gov- FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
shoots are owing rapidly and I I
The humble
rains are frequent. unce the earthworm may ernor Cone, to compel paymentof Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to hinder
not have to "turn" after all. He $970 of which she
disease Is brought under control,
i has been nominated for the valuable claimed was due and unpaid.
/oo/4e tJ one spraying between successive post of Number One Plow- MODERATE PRICES

crops of flowers Is adequate. man and Co-worker with the CAMP: FOR NEGROESMontgomery : DeWITT C. JONES

Regular small applications of ; man on the farm by Herbert S. Ala.-A low bid Starke. Florida

nitrogenous fertilizer potash, and I Ardell writing in the June issueof of $241.35 was submitted by W

SPRING phosphate will keep rose bushesin "Natural History", L. Coston & Sons, Bessemer Ala.
good growth and make them Though metaphorically worms for construction of a 300-famlly

less susceptible to black spot. I.,may turn and right great wrongs,I I camp for migratory negro labor-

Ilf the earthworm should ever decide ers at Pompano. The camp will r

Tobacco Voting 1 to turn and cease its underground be the thlcd In Florida for neg- DD
activities Mr. Ardell indicates roes and will have 158 single and
E Rill !I May Be Held i man would, have to construct duplex shelters, an assembly

During JulyThis tens of thousands of cult building, nursery, clinic and auxi-

r; vators and huge tractors to take liary structures and developments fi
year's farmer referendumon Its place In Imparting fertility to ,
flue-cured tobacco quotas the soil. Do Your Tradingwhere

probably will be held July 20 "The angleworm is more than CLOSED BY STRIKE

r. This year the growers will vote I a mere worm, being plowman Port St. Joe,-The St. Joe 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are

Thanks to modern electric on three questions in accordance cultivator of the soil, a coworkeron Paper Company's big plant here given away with every $40 in tradeor

t cleaning appliances operated with amendments to the program the farm and in the garden- was closed by a ,strike of Its certificates.Are .

by cheap electricity,the regulating sale of the leaf. The I in short, a real friend of mankind employe Officials said one division Redeemed

old tradition oi"Spring CleanIng amendments are before President Worms seem to be the of the employes objectedto In coo a SMITH'S GARAGE
U out of date.With these Roosevelt, who is expected to great promoters of vegetation .a change in official personnel, 1.011
electric helpers on the job all sign them. i!and the earth without them and walked out. 'The mill em- STARKE, FLORIDA

year'round-dust and dirt don't The three questions to be decided would soon become cold, hard- ploys 550 men whose unions are

have a chance to accumulate in by the farmers will be bound, void of fermentation and affiliated with the American Federation !I!uuWWIUWWIWUeumWUN!!!!' !!!!!'!!!! hnNlmtuYlNO' ', !!' < iii ::;
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x corners, grime can't hibernate in whether they,want the marketing ,consequently sterile. i of Labor. There was no '
rugs and upholstery. The electric quotas to extend over a three- Earthworms he adds, are the indication Immediately when the 'I"rI rm r-------
vacuum cleaner ferret. out Old year period, a one-year-perlod as woild's original tunnel builders plant, which manufactures heavy I Ir
Man Dirt before be has a chance to heretofore going down three to four feet Into
or do not want themat grade paper, would resume operations -
get a foothold-the modern home is all. Quotas be the earth and bringing to the .
must approvedby It Is owned by the Du-
healthfully fresh and clean every two-thirds of those participating surface large quantities of fertile pont Interests I
day in the with r
year no "Spring In the election. sub-soil if there are 50,000
Cleaning" drudgery. Rugs and draperies
last longer Quotas have been approved for earthworms to the acre--and SPEED: UP FIRE FIGHTING

the 1940 crop which will start there are until you decide to go Lake City.-A "blitzkrelg" on I
SEE LABORSAVING APPLIANCESAT I moving to the markets in July fishing-they will bring 10 tons forest fires through the use of ;
YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER'S and the referendum next month of rich subsoil to the surface, he light I motorized fire control

Take advantage of cheap electricity a 1 I will be on quotas fo 1941, 1942 says. Moreover, oxygen and rain equipment was the new trend developed -
brought to you by your Sunshine Servo g} i and 1943. penetrate the ground more easily during the first all-south

organization.Al low"step-down"rates, r" I The voting will be conductedin after the worm has made the ern fire conference held at Camp
for example you can clean four rooms for the growing areas of Virginia soil porous with constant tunnel- Oleno near here. Among the II
about a penny with an electric vacuum 1 North Ings.
cleaner I Carolina. South Carolina, pieces of fire control equipment
Georgia. Florida and Alabama. Golfers may not like it when demonstrated was the new type
ElEUR I the dirt Mr. Worm brings to the motorized fire line trencher de- ,

_G WJLl'H NEW TRAIN 'SCHEDL'LENon"l1bounol surface deflects a perfect shot veloped by the Arkansas forest I

-. but, Mr. Ardell suggests, the service. This light Portable plow I
No. 2-Due Starke 6:13
: a. m. earthworm Is probably of more dubbed "The "
Jitterbug is
J. G. SPENCER, Manager j jI No. 108-Due Southbound Starke 6:21: p m. Importance to mankind than all inexpensive piece of equipment an DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH

the golfers that ever drove into operated by one man and cap- 1-
No. 1-Due Starke 10:33: p. m. the roughand that's quite a able of OPTOMETRIC:
constructing more than a EYE SPECIALIST
No. 107--Due Starke 9:20: a. m. f w.-Christian Science Monitor.
:I' mile of fire control line per hour.
emi4 SRM ME fi AM: Starke-ltrU. Branch Other types of new equipment 'Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy
No. 101 Leaves Starke 7 All
: a.m., legal! blank, tested were the mobile two disc I 1TL \.
dally except Every 5
Sunday.No. aotcm retain title and Wednesday 9 a. m. to P-
tractor unit which
: YGU I A&B8IS.S THrM -' Wt WAIL THEM .F.JEt-t.. I 102 Arrives Stark 1:50: In stock by the proml.sor'l be transported quickly to the may

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a Again i SAMPSON CITY ing and chatting, the guests wer' I GUM BRANCHBy ,

\ bserved By Church j i By Etta Fay OjalI served sandwiches and lemonadeby PINE LEVELBy

? +,rr't'' ledr the hostesses, Mrs. Colson and I MN: Elizabeth Haruago :\1"R.. M.: McRa '
at the I! Mrs. '
j morning service ? ) y r- Ray Goodge was visiting Mrs Long. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish, of the of this ': .
1M was the An- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. people section :
Church V. Don't and children, of Hellbronn 'f''f'Some
, etllodfst f I Varnes, Sunday. forget church services and attended the Baptism at 4 '

ua1 Observance the Reverend I Evelyn and Clarice Sunday morning and night by the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp, and Hampton Lake Sunday afternoon. i

a!. The p"stor.announced the I [ spent part of last week here Starling with Rev. P. Q. Cason, Everybody la son of Sampson were visiting Elder and Mrs. W. E.!: Hall of r

i w* Robinson.which the j 'relatives asked to attend. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. Green Cove Springs, spent ThursI' ''f

\ rocedure, after Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch, Mr. J. D. Dobbs and children, day night with Mr and Mrs. H. "
under I"
ova meet-j ,I I Mrs. S. E. Jones left Saturday and son, of Ralford, and Mr. and of Deland, and Roy Olford, also M McRae and left Friday for
g f Nasworthy. for
Atlanta to visit
her of
on o t son. H. Mrs. Artford Brown of Sampson Deland were In Gum Branch Tlfton, Ga., accompanied by
was by P Jones. She
'Ponsive reading and was accompanied City, were the guests of Mr. and Saturday.Mr. Elder and Mrs. E. R. Bowers and 'I

,, ., aVls= Delved. tithes W. WhiteV I by her niece, Mrs. Jack Rose, I Mrs. L. A. Brown over the week. and Mrs. Beckham, of daughter, Lucille, of Starke. :
by O. and two children' of Miami. Jacksonville .. ,
read by were visiting Mr. I Arthur Murrhee, of Starke,
L Ray: scripture Mildred Varnes and Dob Warren end.Mr.. and Mrs. T. N. Norman recently.I was '
I d a n address and Mrs. Leo. H. McKin- visiting Mr. and Mrs V A. l t !
I vaworthy: of Palatka visited, friends Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Connor of V
r was non have made a business trip Drowning Friday afternoon. II
and relatives here Saturday. Rising were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I
" K tetian B. Sewell; and the I to Alabama. Mr. and Mrs J. D. Davis, of \
W Mr. and Mrs. C Eldon Sapp. II
by Jones
, rven pronounced by and Mrs. H. H. Mott who has been Lakeland were visiting I his '
i ledlctlon was I'j daughter of Valdosta, Ga., were In the AlnchuA County Hospitalhas Mr. T. M. Norman, and, W. J. mother. Mrs. T. B. Hodges re I i j

dr, RaY, service was con- dinner guests of Mr and Mrs E. returned to her home here, Carter, of Vanderbilt, were In cently. 'f
r evening D. Jones Tuesday. Gum Branch Tuesday afternoonof -
the pastor, assisted by where she Is recuperating. Mrs. T. N. Norman, and daughter t '
by last week.
the InterSafe Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Varnes The Dorthea, of Gum
K. Ferryman: many friends of Mrs, Rita Branch ;i' 1
violin visited Mr. John McKinney Sun- Brown Mrs. Arch Dobbs, of the State were visiting relatives \
Choir, and a solo will be glad to know that here Wed- ;
Dew. Wilbur Shaw won his third Indianapolis 500-Mile Race last day afternoon. she Is moving back to Brooker. Farm was visiting Mrs. W. F, nesday afternoon. tE

'r bliss: service Grace of last Sunday week and became the first man in the history of the Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Harnage Wednesday morning of C. Lewis, of Rising was a J i I r''

The,.tad the pastor's appoint- Motor Speedway to win two years in succession BOOTSEY'S BEACH and Mrs Carl Green were In I' last week. visitor here Tuesday,

)mIat"for this conference year --- By Miss Kfrio t'ran ford Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Sirs J, F. Shaw, and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, tand

was closed I __ -- children of Raiford, were visiting '
year LAWTEY daughter, and New ;
eflecalChurch ivir.. ana Honoring Mrs. Bessie Thomas, Harly
all HIGHLAND Mrs. j. s. Rosier and this section one day last week.
1Iay', at which By II. T. Godwin Robert Crawford whose marriage was a recent man were visiting Mr, and Mrs.E. .
n I were visitors to
claims I I By :Miss Beth I Miss Marterly Dobbs, of Rai-
were UlmbeilyMr. .
conference J. McRae of Waldo
a.. and Llveoak Saturday afternoon event, Miss Marcie Howard and ford Sunday.
was visiting Mian Leila
"1 in full for the entire year. Recital Held! and Mrs. D. C. Reid of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns and Mrs. Lurie Edwards entertained Harnage Wednesday morning of Mrs; J. W. Hall, and little

Robinson left Wednesday A musical recital, under the I Maxvllle Tuesday afternoon with a mis- granddaughter
Mr. were visitors here Fri daughter, Josephine spent last ; last week. Betty, returned to
to attend the Annual direction of Mrs. Will Edwards, week In Tampa and Plant City cellaneous shower. Lovely arrangements Mills Selma Sapp Is spending a their home In Jacksonville after r
Terence at Sanford f rOmedesday was given at the Legion Hall of flowers
I in of Mrs. Celia Prescott with relatives. garden while In Jacksonville with her spending several days here with
afternoon throughmorning. Starke, last Friday afternoon decorated the home for this af- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall.
will regret to learn of her seri- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Secrest sisters Mrs. A. Z. Williams and .'

unaay During the Piano solos and piano and accordion ous illness. and family of Hollywood, Fla., fair. At the conclusion of the Mrs. Archer Chapman. Mrs. V. A. Browning Is ill; t

mlng of June 17 the appoint- arrangements comprisedthe Mrs. N. T. Green and childrenof are spending their summer vaca- games, appropriate prizes were we wish her a speedy recovery e f
will be read In the High program. awarded, and the honor guest
tats tion here with Mrs.
Starke visited relatives here par- THERESSAIly services at Pine 'I I
r boot Auditorium 1 n Sanford. The students In Mrs. Edwards' Saturday ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Red- was presented with many lovely Level this week- nd. f
Mrs. A. I Sullivan
cue appointments will probably class, most of whom were very and useful gifts Delicious refreshments ,
M1' .
s S. C. Harley and children dish.Mr. }
broadcast over station WRUF young, displayed remarkable tal- spent Saturday with relatives In and Mrs. Dan Starling and were served the many Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry of BETIIEL .

,1 WJAX around noon. ent and skill. Classical selections Lawtey. family of Lawtey spent Sunday guests. Jacksonville were recent guests! ; I. ,
Ily Mrs. U. D. VVoodard '
the absence of the pas- nursery rhymes and here Mr. and Mrs. VV. D. Webb, of of ,'. 't'
During pop- A revival meeting will be held with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. M and Mrs E. S. Slbley.

next Sunday the morning and ular tunes were played. The program at the Highland Baptist Church, Thompson and family. Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. Mrs. D. W. Moore Is visiting Ira Allen has returned home I I J

0v ping preaching services haven was as follows: starting' June 16th with Rev. Mrs. Arveed Johns and daughter and Mrs. T. W Markey\ recently. relatives In Vero Beach and Belle From a visit to East Palatka with I ;

: suspended for the day.I Harmony Waltz,-Alvln Lewis. John Saunders of Middleburg In Ruby, Are visiting relativesIn Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Glade. I his brother-In-law and slater, Mr. i

arch School will begin at the Mary Had A Little Lamb and charge. Dover. son, Malcolm, and Miss Grace Miss' Pauline Crabb of Miami I mil. bars Albert Gllason. t ;

rn i I o'clock hour and the Young I Little, Boy Blue,-Linda Carra- C. M. Griffis was a business Miss Ruth Murrhee of Jack- Dukes were visiting I v a Mae Is visiting her cousin, Miss Ruth Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Allen have :

e aple's League meeting at seven dine.April visitor to Jacksonville Saturday. sonville, spent the week-end here Lewis In Jacksonville Saturday Zelgler.Mr I :returned from a visit to Olustee 1'

c lock p. m.arfield. Flowers,-Ann Moore. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Knight with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Charles Hardy Is visitingIn and Mrs R. C. Dampier 'where they spent a week with I '

i Here We Come.-Ada Edwards. and children of Ujxville were L. M. Murrhee. New York. of High Springs wer rk-end Mrs. Allen's father and mother, I'I I

Evans Unionet Fancy Dress Ball,-Gwendolyn here Saturday.Mrs. Miss Effie Crawford was a Friends of Mrs. Mary Thomas guest of Mrs. Iiampler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. St.John. .f"

Week Shuford H. C. Wlmberly was In visitor to Jacksonville Monday will bo glad to know that she Is Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Zelgler.Mi D. D. Woodurd was called

1 Last A Man In The Moon.-Geraldine Starke afternoon. back home. Mrs. Thomas has *. and Mrs. C. R. Moore 4
Friday. I way from his home Monday because I'
Cox. Mrs. Robert Crawford and been In Jacksonville very Ill. and little sons, Charles and
Owen Marr of Mlms visitedhis I of the Illness of Miss Alberta '
Fte regular ironthiy Evans meetingthe Cuckoo-Jo Ann Dinkins. brother, Joe Marr, over the daughter, Esther were visitingMr. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey rle, of Gainesville visited relatives I Johnson of Gainesville, who 'i i
Garfield LeagueIon
t Suwanee River,-Juanlta Priest. week-end. and Mrs. O. C. Geiger and and Martha Evelyn Markey planto here Saturday was rushed to a hospital where
held In the First
was Marketing.-Betty Ann Flynn family of Starke Monday. leave this week-end on their Mrs. Estelle Dennison and mile
Mrs. H. A. Barnett of MelroseIs I the will have to go through I ;
e thodigt Church on Thursday The Knight And The Lady,- spending a few days here with Otis Geiger of Starke is visitIng vacation. Exactly where they daughter, Shhley. and Mrs. Eliza I major operation. ';

vew atog'of last week. About one Elizabeth Cox. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crawford plan to go they themselves could Hall and daughter, Geraldine< of

Bred Young People, pastors, The Fox Hunt-Margaret Mon- Mr. and Mrs. M. Fanning were here. not say. Mr. Markey says, however Hampton were visitors to Ther-I ind Mrs. 11. D. May. I f

Duat nselois. and visitors from tleth.- the mountains are the main essa Tuesday.Mr. Mrs Addle Hlnote and children
visitors to Lawtey Sunday. '
rke, and nearby communities Somewhere Over The Rainbow, Mrs. H. A. Barnett Miss Beth GRAHAM place he wants to go, because and Mrs. M Z. Sullivanof I of Miami are visiting her uncle. \

bared for the meeting. -Lou Edwards. "It's worth It to see Mrs. Mark y Miami are visiting relatives I D. J. Phillips
Wimberly. Miss Ethel Ricks and Ity Mrs. L. C. Smith I
embers of the Starke Inter- Climbing.-Barbara Moore. C. M. Griffis attended servicesat so scared. here. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of

W Hate Department and the Autumn Idyle, Ernestine Long Branch Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves Mrs. Loney Futch, of Lnwtey, James Trlost was a business I Hampton visited her eons, A. L. : .

raw I ng; People's Department con- Moore. and children of Lake Wales were was visiting here Sunday.Mr. visitor to Starke Tuesday. I ind C. Sullivan, Sunday. '

|duc, ted the opening service of I Curious Story-Lou Edwards. I night.Mrs. Jennie Lastlnger of Day- visiting friends and relatives here and Mrs. M. F. Ogden, of Leon Moorer of Miami arrived Mlms Ida Hagan and Mrs. H. '

ship.. Those taking part were; Selected,-Marguerite Carter. tona Beach visited relatives here Sunday. Pompano, are visiting friends' and Sunday to spend the summer I D.[ May were visitors to Starke t,

I LeoSin,nard Smith, conducting; Ruth I, Pure As Snow-Easley Shu- of last week I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson relatives here, and at Hampton.Mr. here with his grandparents, Mr. j Saturday I Ir
part ,
pson, reading a poem; Ida and daughter Madge, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green were .
Jim Godwin and M. T. Knightof
uli j Davis, the evening prayer; I ford.Second Waltz-Gene Edwards. and Mrs. Ancll Norman and chil- visiting here last week.

sy Keen, reading the gcrlp- Accordion with piano accom- Maxvllle were visitors here dren were visiting Mrs. John- Mrs P. M. Barefoot, and BOREE FUNERAL HOME

,; the Church Orchestra play- and Monday. son'a brother .In( Hilliard, and daughter, Sarah, were visiting Ainbulunro S>nlc Day or Night Phone 134V t
S'atiun Gene Edwards ,
paniment, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Thornton
': and Mrs. E. K.i Perryman Clara Mae Harley and children were business visitors points In Georgia Sunday.Mr. relatives here Monday. \\ hate added a lute model AMHtI.ANC'K to our equipmentwith .
at the organ.' and Mrs. Willlard Smith Among those who attended the
Mrs. Edwards was In chargeof to Jacksonville' Saturday special| .springs for easy riding."A .
The business was conducted by and son, J. W., and Miss Eloise Sing in Hampton Sunday were:
the Union refreshments after the recital, I I Cliff Kelley. Theo Dyal, and IIOME; -LIICE INSTITUTION" (I. II. HennHt, Manager I
Marion Ca- assisted by Mrs. Rembert Car- I Gay, of Windcrmere were visiting -

hou, o, assisted by the Union sec- Mrs A. M. Lewis I LONG ItKIDGEIty relatives Sunday.Mr. Odessa Kelley.Mr. .
rata ry. John Perry. The Inter- radine Shuford and :Bliss. Ronnie II. Turner and, Mrs C. J. Frazier and /and Mrs Gradey Baxter,

med late Department oft h e Hazel Smith, Easley sons and Mr and Mrs. L. C. of Bladwln, were visiting friends INSUKK WITH
served.M. W. McCord
Gene Edwards Mr. and Mrs C. ,
Star ke Church, Patsy Keen unit Alta, attended and relatives here last work,
Smith daughter,
B. Jones and daughter, Miss! of Ktuike were visiting Mr and N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR.
Pre dent I and Mrs. Frank Rob- the Singing Conventionheld Mr. and Mrs. Fred llazen. I
Helen Jones, left Tuesday for Mrs. C. C. Butler Sunday night. I ,
,agothe,n. Counselor, was awarded children and Mrs. L. A Brown .
Mllledgevllle, Ga., where Miss I Mr. anti Mrs. M. L. Johns had I II' week -
: efficiency for the I of were visiting In Tampa
cup secondth Marvin Ogden, Pompano
Jones will enter the summer as their guest lust week Mrs. Mrs Loolu Roberts made a l Phone 71 STARKE. FLORIDA
S'I'I' section
In recently.
was our
StateWomen's t
monA and
'I school session at Georgia G. Stephenson
business trip to Starke Tuesday
t the conclusion of the busl- Mr. and Mm. E. T. Stewart of
Is ,
College. Mr. Jones I Eugene amt Ethel, of j
aesj meeting the Sacrament ofLord's I I '"Urooker attended Church, er'viceo I Itb
vacation land Mrs. Cora Delia Spiirkman.nnd
the 'II Church
Supper was admin- at the Christian
Bill Plummer and Howard children Webster and Alma
isierfren eel by the pastor, the Rev- | Sunday night
II<1 Frank assistedhe Miner spent last weekend in 'Lee of Tarpon Springs. Mr. anti, Mrs. George Rivers
Mr. and B. F. Ren. ezY'
Madison and Live Oak. Charles Wert fj!
by i: Reverend Mr, Soper. :Mr. were ti-imimrtlng business I In a '
Robsthe neon installed the officers of Plummer visited relatives while (roe, of Ft. Myers were guests Jacksonville Saturday yptb L FOR ONLY PEW DOLLARS MO .

R Union for the enguelng year. In Madison.J, E. Davies. local saw-mill 'last of Mr week. and Mrs. Roan J. Turner Mr. and, Mrs. David Durbln J'owqx, p THAN TIlE LOWEST YOU CAN GET ,t'

.cfreshments of Jacksonville were
and children
were served irt .
Mrs Mrs.
and his daughter, Mrs. T H. Sheppard
the owner,
Church Durbln's mother
School of Mrs
Building by Crow, motored to Jacksonville B. Lazenby, and Mrs. Mann left guests :
thethe Counselors and members of Mrs C. Fogg Sunday.KROOKEK.
Gainesville, where
Young People's Division. Saturday.M. Monday for HE CAR THATEVERYTIIINGZ
B. Plummer has recently they will attend summer school

finished rebuilding a portion of for several weeks.

Sw'day School Runs Bus his store to accommodate Ice I Miss Novla Sapp and Robert lay Mrs I.. L. ParkerMiii.

R and soft drinks for patrons Ward attended the carnival in
aiford children have become I cream 1. E. (lemon
accu st0med during the summer months. I Brooker Friday night lIAS
abu to riding to school ins Mr. Plummer has also purchaseda Miss Bonnie Turner was visitIng Funeral rites were conducted

and now the Ralford Sun- deliveries I Mildred McCull of Lake i for Mrs J, E demons, formerly
dayrom new truck for grocery
School will offer the same afternoon I Lydia Ann Grover, Friday after-
In and around town. Butler Sunday
Th enlence to its rural members. Mrs. Lennie Drawdy and L. Mrs. T. H. Sheppard and son noon. Mrs Clemons was born '

e Sunday School has Its own in of last weekIn July 23 1862, near Brooker.
bus, built Fryer returned to their home Edwin, spent part I
especially for transport- she spent her entire life.
friends and where
Wednesday Ft. White visiting
taf ;Pupils to Sunday School. W. Moultrie, Ga., 1 On April 9. 1879, she married
their '
t week here relatives.
Jenkins a
spending I
superintendent John K.: Clemons. For many
purcl nosed sister Mrs. J. L. Harrell.
the car, a model B. I Mrs. Clemons lived on a
?, rains, although heavy, VANDERBILT years
pn1by and Recent ,
the bus body was built farm near here, but moved to I 'IIIIIU
t fends have been highly beneficial to MiKffle. Crawford
of the Sunday School. fly I Brooker three years ago. She

menthe Iford Sunday School has 136 crops In this area. contribute Misses Violet and Geneva had been very Ill for several '
hers You are urged to I - = '
enrolled. Last month Relief Fund through Rosier, of Gainesville, were the ![, months.! She was known by
i War
ie average attendance was 107 to'The of The American guests of Miss' Velma Norman, ''everybody In the county as a 'fi

atState inch service. Mr.. Jenkins your local chapter of Vanderbilt last week. i j person who was always friendly, _
Red Cross.
hnpethe, ,s 1that to the Sunday School Mrs. G. W. Brown recently returned Mrs. Ellen Barber and sons, I i always kind und was considerateof
do better Funeral services
than other people
this In of Jacksonville
i' visit in Orange- Bobble and Jerry
future from a
time with her !( were held at New Hope Church,
visit- some
burg, S. C.. where she was I are spending been memberfor
she had a
M. Nor where
Smoak.Mr. Mr and Mrs. F. I
brother Harry parents
Ing her I The Rev Her-
HAMPTON ( many yearn
Melvin Futch of Vanderbilt. .
and Mrs. man ,.
of LaCrosse con-
By Miss; Ada Nlmrno't returned from, an automo- Mr. and Mrs. Levy man Moody
have Norman'l' ducted the services, with Roberts
LaDay they children, of
where and
Sunday bile to Clem-
was Homecoming' trip Starke the funeral director. Mrs.
at Gate Expo- visiting friends i
Rational Singing Convention sition. afternoon.Mr. 'an,1, Mrs. Russell Norman, I I'Dr. Willie H Clemons, of Miami; :

arioi, n.furnishing music for the oc- of this section attended the SingIng I I Coleman R. demons of Holder; _

Ain't Politics TerribleWe Sun Ellis H. demons of Brooker;
at Hampton
key bountiful basket dinner was I Alvin demons, of Jacksonville; be satisfied with less when it costs so]little more Coupes, $807 and up; Sedans, $853

nsre ed on the grounds attend- cannot refrain from adver-re- day.Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Mrs. A. O Kinsey, of Avon Park; WHY buy an Oldst Oldsmobile has everything you and up, *delivered at Lansing, Mich'

Aga was very good The day producing the following were 'visiting Mr. :I Mrs. C M Saucer, of Baldwin; size beauty quality Transportation based on i iettto
,greatly\ defeated can- of Vanderbilt, want your car to have- power,
Mi 8- O L.enjoyed.Harrison didate tisement published which a In the Tampa and Mrs. Eugene Ellis, of Worth- ) Mrs. G. C Mills Cay, of of Wauchula Brooker;; and prestige." Yet it's priced for everybody t Drive and local taxes (if any), option
and chll- after- and Mrs. Coy
dean Springs. Sunday thrill equipment and accessor/ea-extra.}
of Oltlsmobile's
Lee Ington and
"burg, but formerly of Tribune: Nineteen grandchildren and six: around to our showrooms try
our'Ices (
i low attended friends: My grateful three brothers Oldsmobile'a matchless Prices subject to change without;
church Ser- "To my noon.Mrs. Rosier, and chil- great greandchlldren; ing 95 H. P. performance,
here last Sunday. appreciation; to my enemies: My of Arrendonda, were visit- : Lem Anderson, Elijah And- handling ease, Oldsmobile'a sensational Rhythmic notice. A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE

Reyhknd H. Lewis and family and sincerest forgiveness; to my op- dren,relatives in Vanderbilt last erson; two sisters: Mrs. Albert Ride. Youll want to-and can-step up to an Old.I ".I..oef..,_ I.II.h"w".1" ,r

J T King. of atarke. at- ponent: My heartiest congratu ing Surrency and Mrs. L u ere 11 I a

the ed the Singing Convention at lations; to the public: My apologies week Carrie Bell Knight and Green. 1

Baptist church last for running; to my clients: Mrs Mrs demons will be missed
Ed Sunday. Sandra, of Lake Butler, :
Nett!far King-, of Tampa Is the My return to the fold; to every-". daughter visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. by a host of friends to whom OIiDSMOBlMBTORODE > \.
w terrible? are I
his her
mother, Mrs. Mary body: Ain't politics had Norman, of this section. she endeared herself through

Ring.MI If all defeated candidates and Wallace Whit, of winsome personality and charm. ( f
t as Brannen of Jacksonville, such a magnificent sense of humor Ray Velma Sfuing Club Meet* t
| were visiting :
Ultevi 4 her have to suf- Gainesville, Club met at the :
grandmother wouldn't r The Sewing
Mrs M. they and guests here Thursday
anlr| this of a hang-over. Norman L. A. Brown Tues-
of Mrs.
week. fer the agonies home '
BuMrRuth.. Lizzie obviously Is night. week, with the President CHEVROLET CO.Starke
Roberts Mrs. Belle This ex-candidate Lloyd Moore and little day of last .
mere" I back to his law Mrs. H. Colson, presid-
** <>!s children Miss ready to get his daughter Orpha June, of Rai- Mrs. "
and Jack Summers, Mrs. ; practice with a grin on visiting Mr. and Mrs. ing. The next meeting will
Lkh. atemhouser and Mrs. Ruby I I face. It may be a very sheepish ford L., Norman and family, of at the home of Mrs. G. B. Col- Florida
ode''* all of Jacksonville grin but It will be a grin, never- Vanderbilt Thursday son. After an evening spent sew "tr

church here last Sunday.}-I 1 the less. Exchange. i I


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STATE NEWS I Tampastarting
Partners In Death and Destruction hoped to be a S1/1tPWld/ "k al t
SECTIONRURAL -- Campaign $all'
FARMERS' I through ?,
r.\ CITY DICED FISHJacksonvilleLocal "safety flags' from ba= r
.. .. II HIGH SCHOOLSBradenton ,
K.O.T.O. FOR anglers lit- buildings In varrm Pabl
I Manatee
arise! ,
HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD acting at ,erally went fishing in their front Frank, director >t ?', Allb
School Board plop
I' County the record rain- Safety Council
Club, following mai|(
COMMON SENSE . the request of the formal Optimist application :tall. Robert Campbell radio operator presentation to >he .'itv loe of TInJ 4

voted to make Police on Tuesday,, .
KITCHEN for for the Jacksonville dune 4 ..
FOSTER BUILDINGS ClEANING IN THE the Federal government I will be 'lie: fIa
WILL to ROTC units in Department, reported that he flown from flag
of poltl
recentlyby and have a establishment I mullet at the various CHIPS!
Plans were announced Clean as you cook, Palmetto high ,caught a two-pound ven. jay
M. 1... Wilson Director of the regular schedule for the special I the Bradenton and I First and Laura Streets when is not a fatality m ,ha the'

Extension Service In the U. S. jobs. schools the heavy precipitation broughtthe is hoped that the pubis a-uf'
of Agriculture and I around the, radio come "safety condom'
Department water up
shelf for cleaning! ClCUlmUtIOSE: thOng
i chairman of the Central Housing I handy GOOD station. Campbell and a companion the observance of thi ,. <
housing:, tor inspires kitchen cleanli Leesburg, Cucumber growersof and in their es"fl"
Committee on rural supplies ? Counties rp.- saw the fish jump, respective :11,, |

I a renewed national program oft ness. Among your supplies, Include Lake and Sumter of about acted quickly wllh a crab net to
relative to how existing and ceived a net return catch. DRIVEWAY I.L..U ,
education a mild neutral soap 600 acres make their prize
governmental from about Tallahassee, A i
facilities o f fine $200.000 flmn.
very I
scouring powder-a conservative 8&
financing agencies may be used kind that does not scratch. A planted this season. A valueof TO FINGERPRINT ALIENS driveway may be ,)naldpre4<
to promote the building of low- steel woolis estimate of the gross this public highway ''h ,
metal sponge of fine I $300- Beach.-Aliens in SUPII,
k cost homes In rural communities also useful for cleaning stubborn the crop would be about Daytona an ordinance passed Court says, even bough ,
r building repairs and 000. city pondered situated on private propertyV
,1, j and for farm spots. reading In the city commission
Mr. Wilson says oa first I court ordered the
Improvements. National
need little more all foreign-born
Pots and pans PRIMARIES requiring
In the FROM ualty
interests PROFITS Company to vT
that important
treat- with the pay ,
than the soap-and-water to register police
made residents ,
cooperating, The State Zmijewski and her
building Industry are ment. It is easier to soak food Italy entered the war Monday, on the side of Germany, mak- Tallahassee,- Democratic department, submit to being husband Ka( :
with this program. to it off, and shown above: Hitler money on the recent and fingerprinted.Aliens stanty Zmljew kl. the $1,000
effort loose than scrape In crime" of the two men State R. photographed
an ing "partners of value
Under this program Secretary Of an insurance
M can remove stains on tin or Although long expected, I primaries. here, under terms of polio (J I
you Mussolini (salute) now '
widespread and the
will be made to get a (mustache) 'A. Gray turned over to general the life of Walter :Muchell
t understanding of the methods of enamel utensils by heating actual hostility on the part of Italy came as a jarring shock to revenue refund $22,124 received the ordinance, must register $200 attorney fees U
for few minutes in a weak soda after the law goes
a denounced by 30 days
of existing housing world and was publicly fees. The within
operation solution. For stubborn stains, an already war-wracked from qualifying arriving after fatally Injured Marrh 9. 19,
4 Agencies, so that those who are rub gently with a fine scouring President Roosevelt as a stab in the back of neighboring France. elections, he said, will cost some Into effect. Those becomes law must when he was struck iv an out
building new low- Mussolini hovered above the 15,00 appropriated the measure mobile he
anticipating than stood
vulture, back-stabbing thing less n
Y other st
powder that is free from grit. Like any within 24 hours. A
cost homes In small towns will and Aluminum Is discolored by an the war scene, waiting to see which side gained the upper hand. I register gustine filling sttiur.;,,,
) rural areas and on alkali, either in solution, or in : When the mythical odds seemed to favor Hitler. II Duce I ENLARGE HOSPITAL
more readily understand how to HKATII UNIT MAY TEACIIKR'S: SIR'
i harsh soaps and scouring pow- the bandwagon, hoping to share in the booty. FULL-TIME:
use existing agencies In this field. scrambled on I County Tallahassee,-Actual crowdingin Tallahassee. FlorIda
aluminum Fernandina, Nassau counti,
ders; II) boll your I I
resulted In
The federal agencies, Including county health State Institutions cannot build up a surplus
solution full-time
utensils In a vinegar will get a
b, the Farm Credit Administration, rather than in a soda and water the bush. Leaves attacked by Costly Rubber Heel unit as the result of an 18-month orders by the State cabinet for school fund by underpaying UN
Federal Home Loan Hank Board, quickly turn yellow work by plans to erect long-delayed build- teachers. Attorney General
bath. Light rubbing with steel black spot program of study and CM
Federal Housing Administration, wool wUl help to keep aluminum and fall off. If it is allowed to May Start New the Nassau County Commissionand ings at the State Hospital for the Couper Gibbs ruled last 'ReI i

Federal National Mortgage Association spotless and will remove rust continue, the disease often, will Industry In FloridaIn the Nassau County Public Insane. Supt. :J. H. Therrell was the new school code Providesa td

in. } and the R. F. C. Mortgage from iron. A light coating of kill most of the leaves on the Health committee. The county authorize) to proceed at once county can receive from t tj
Company, are anxious that the United with studies of necessary new State school
mineral oil. or other saltfreefat Washington commission has unanimously ap- appropriation nj
their'services may be used In will keep the rust from Here are Dr. Tigdale's recommendations States Bureau of Standards hasa proved the project, which is buildings, and to communicatewith more than it budgets for sa'arici:
I' small town and rural areaa. houses and learn Under the school
forming again, : pair of rubber heels that cost slated to get underway July 1. supply code he 1&:
Many types of needed low-cost whether they will furnish, build- "if
The sink needs constant at- all badly affected a county deckles to budg I
homes, farm subsistence Remove the Government more than $1- wait several
village and
( tention to spare the finish froma leaves from plants and from SPECIAL I'RDL11tYTallahasseeSam ing materials for teachers' salaries an echoless ,,
homes, farm houses and productive harsh scouring. If there are ground around the plants and 000,000 and some 17 years of Getzen and I months for payment. than that to which It U entitled
be financed
buildings can ,
8 1 i farm spots that will not respond to destroy them. research; but they may mark H. Winton Strickland have qualified under the npportlonme-it t o
the existing agen- j
? through rub them witha I. rubber planta- USSON IS GLOOMY State funds then its share of Hi
cies. soap and water, | After removing affected leaves, the beginning of to enter a special Democratic -

Cooperating with this joint fine scouring powder. The apply Flordo spray to the tions in America similar to the primary called to nominate a Deland,-Conditions in the State funds Is automatically din
chromium plating on modern R. United States, after the presentwar inished to the amount 10 bII
I4 bushes'l the late
first to
governmental program, the building taking care to cover near Miami where this successor "
'' industry has set up the Na- plumbing fixtures needs only to oughly. one Lucas Black of the ThirtySecondFlorida will be so chaotic that "once geted.
with a damp pair of heels originated.The will return to the fundamentals
be wiped frequently : District. The first pri- again we
tional Homes Foundation, representing To make four gallons of Flor-
A FLOCK 010limn:"
L localbuUdlng' cloth, or to be washed with soap 1 1-2' experiment began with the will be September 10 andthe ," Roger Babson famous
manufacturers, of mary
6 ounces soap
material dealers and and water. The older types of do, use of bluestone, and 1 1-2 Introduction 17 years ago of second, if a run-off Is nec- economist and moral leader, told Leesburg-The home retlrew]
plumbing fixtures can be polished ounces more than 2,000 rubber trees 20. i 103 graduation seniors at Stetson committee, an orgarJzaiioa q
building Add September
associations in the ammonia. essary,
trade *
,occasionally by rubbing lightly ounces o strong from Haiti, Puerto Rico, and the University's commencement ex postoffice employes plant I 1
I and allied fields. This chips are
its technical with a fine scouring powder. soap (laundry soap of and East Indies, by horticulturists at IN ..:LJ.I\'E IT OR NOT" ercises. The silver-haired financial build 75.000 houses through
Foundation, through water
Additional suggestions for good) to 1 quart the Federal Plant Introduction painted a gloomy picture the United States 25: .000 of thin
( an deducational committees, is heat to dissolve completely.Then I Leesburg, Mrs Lillian D. expert
cleaning throughout the house Garden in Miami. It is the only as he advised the seniors to Florida, near Orlando/ Uri
to improve water to featured InRipley's
recommending techniques add sufficient Vickers-Smith was
In Farmer's Bulletin tree on plantation burg Miami, Tampa and Wu
can be found rubber project learn a trade Instead of attemptIng -
and blue
design construction Dissolve Not" -
building It cartoon
"Believe or
No: 1834. This bulletin, scale ever attempted outside to live by tbelr wits. "Com Palm Beach. The plan acme
and at the same time stone in 2 gallons of water Ina recently, as the only woman
Housecleaning Management and the tropics. Today some of will be sharper than ever Ing to Wyatt, is for pogtoffli
make for lower costs. Through clay, wood or enamel editor In the country. Mrs. petition
Methods, Is available free as longas glass the trees are 35 feet high and sports before and the Government will employes to pay $4 year Int:
thla the building Industries the two solu- of the
program Then Smith Is editor
pour sports
fund until
the the building they r
lasts through inches in diameter.
the supply 10 It
and be so much In that can-
Interested In the farm container and is the
into a Commercial
tions together Leesburg
United States Department of have tire. At that tim they wool|
Periodic measurements not afford to give relief jobs or
rural markets are ready with a Stir She
4 children.
will hold gallons. mother of three
that be entitled to live In me of iti
D, C.
cooperative merchandising, educa- Agriculture, Washington, briefly and add ammonia while shown that the early growth has lis recognized for her writing abi- perhaps run CCO camps," he houses for the rest 3f their five

tional and promotional programto stirring. Smaller or larger quantities been as rapid In Miami as mi) ny and her thorough knowledge said.
The title to the prnperty woulj
Control Haiti and Mexico The rubber)
stimulate building and modernIzation Flordo Best made in proportion.
may be >f sports events.ONFESSES remain with the gn. up wile
and repair activity in of curd on the tree's resistance to cold weather DOG AWARDED DIPCOMA
Formation waxy
For Black Spot I would operate wlthou'' proft
b these areas. surface of the completed mix- has astounded plant introducers (? : : 100 THEFTS Deland, Katje, a German-

It Is expected that widespread be due to failure to as well as local horticulturists, Shepherd "Seeing Eye" dog, who
Flordo spray la the best prescription ture may Tampa-Joe Norris, 18-year- INCREASES: PILOT JtOTl
additional employment and the for control of the common 'dissolve soap completely, or to for temperatures have gone as (jld Negro, arrested by County came to Stetson with her blind Lakeland,-The run Aeroniij
sound investment of private funds Insufficient stirring of bluestone low as 28 degrees. Like many master Robert Barnett, had the train 30 add
I and destructive black spot : (JUicers, has confessed to breakIng tics Authority will
for needed homes and farm build I northern trees it sheds its I
disease of roses, according IQ I 1 and soap. If there is only a frost I into "about a hundred"houses distinction of receiving a degree tlonal students to fly here Ui

ing Improvements will result from Dr. W. ft. Tiadale, State Experiment I i little curd, ,the mixture may be winter, reducing danger well- here In the last six weeks, along with her owner when commencement summer under its expanded ctJ

this program. Station, plant pathologist. :'used after straining it off, but and making Florida it particularly cultivation. ]F C. Jacoby, County Identification I exercises were held lege training program n was aJ

BUS SCWiH'LE Responding to numerous queries i i If there Is much of it the mixture suited to officer, said Fourteen of here last week.Formally nounced last week, Manager Dl,

i Northbound from rose growers whose',]I I should be discarded and a The creamy, white latex tapped 1 :the places Norris said he entered attired In regulationcap Bentley of municipal) airport d

Leaves Starke at 2:20: a. m. plants have been attacked by' new batch made. recently was a welcome sight to ,, 1 have already been checkedand and gown, the black and tan rector of the piogrum oere

:32:30: p. m., 1:45: p. m., 6:10: p black spot during the past few Properly made, Flordo Is of the botanists who cared for the I all of them had been broken guide dog marched to the plat- connection with Florida Soothe

m., and 10:10: p. m. weeks Dr. Tlsdale pointed out' smooth consistency and forms a trees so long. All were grown' I Into, according to Jacoby. form with her master who re- college, said students would b<

SouthboundLeaves that bordeaux and several other thick layer of bubbles if shaken.It from seed. They found the trees I ceive his own degree of Bachelor gin flight training am gnu

l' Starke at 2:40: a. m.,' fungicides are efficient in controlling will keep Indefinitely in a grown from East Indian seeds In 1(CAN HIRE OR FIRE l of Arts, and Katje receiveda work on June 15 ."he cour

10:20 a. m.. 2:20 p. m. and 5:20 the disease, but Flordo tightly corked bottle. Flordo the garden produced a higher I Tallahassee,-Florida's gover- degree of C. F. from PresidentW. will be concluded, Sept 15: A

p. m. probably Is the most effective wets the glossiest foliage and, yield of latex in general than nor has ample authority to hire S. Allen, which stands for an added Inducemen itudeot>>

WestboundLeaves and satisfactory because It. Is drying, adheres to the leaves fora those from other tropical lands )" and file employes of his office, Canine Fidelity. The dog was to take the flying .urse Ben

Starke at 5:35: p. m., cheap and it leaves little or no long time Frequency of appli- to Increase or lower their salaries also presented with a specially ley said CAA officials nac Hvised

and 11:30 a. m. residue on the plants cations will be determined by Earthworm Wins and to reassign work as he may Inscribed diploma b y President that the student fee

r Eastbound The disease is recognized by amount of black spot and rain Praise As .desire the supreme court has de \ Allen. $40 had been ellmmai. .

Leaves Starke at 5:20: p. m. black, irregularly-shaped spots on fall. If the disease has made a High cided. The ruling came In a

Ticket office and bus depot atConway. the leaves. Lower leaves are at good start, spray at weekly Intervals Co-Worker On FarmThe I suit filed by Mrs. Ella

'. Service Station, corner tacked first, and from them the especially when the 'II I former assistant sccertary to Nell'1 FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

Highways 13 and 48 disease spreads to other parts of shoots are growing rapidly and humble earthworm may ernor Cone, to compel Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Knoer

rains are frequent. Once the I, not have to "turn" after all. He. of $970 of salary which she EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

disease is brought under conll'ol'l I has been nominated for thA valuable i claimed was due and unpaid. MODERATE: PRICES

one spraying between post of Number One Plow-

fj/ooaoT/e 0I crops of flower Is adequate. I man and Co-worker with the\ CAMP TOR NEGROESMontgomery DeWITT C.Florida JONES

Regular small applications of man on the farm by Herbert S Ala?-A low bid I Starke

nitrogenous fertilizer, potash, and Ardell writing in the June Issue of $241.358 was submitted by W. r

phosphate will keep rose bushesin of "Natural History". L Coston & Sons Bessemer, Ala. I

SPRING good growth and make them Though metaphorically worms| for construction of a 300-family

less susceptible to black spot may turn and right great wrongs, camp for migratory negro labor-

If the earthworm should ever decide ers at Pompano. The camp will

I to turn and cease Its underground be the thicil In Florida for neg- R1F0
Tobacco Voting
activities Mr. Ardell ln-| roes and will have 158 single and friY

May Be Held dtcutes, man would have to construct -,, duplex shelters, an assembly I

tens of thousands of cultl-'! building nursery clinic and auxiliary

During JulyThis valors and huge tractors to take''' structures and develop-

.E/NIIG Its place in Imparting fertility tot I ments. \
year's farmer the soil 1o Do Your Trading
flue-cured tobacco quotas
"The angleworm Is more than. CLOSED BY STRIKE are
will be hold July 20. Silverware)
probably where 6 Rogers
a mere worm being plowman,'I Port St. Joe, The St Joe m trade
will vote
the growers $10
This year in accordance cultivator of the soil a co-worker' Paper Company's big plant here given away with every
three questions
% Thanks to modern electric on with amendments to the program on the farm and in the gardenin -- was closed by a strike of its or certificates. .

/ t cleaning appliances, operated Bale of the leaf. The short, a real friend of mankind employes. Officials said one division Are RedeemedIn

a by cheap electricity,the amendments regulating are before President Worms seem to be the of the employes objected C clog a SMITH'S GARAGE

old tradition"Spring Clean- great promoters of vegetation to a change In official personnel You
Is to
who expected FLORIDAai
Ing" is out oi dale. With these and the earth without themi(i and walked out. 'The mill em- STARKE,

electric helpers on the job all sign them. to be de- would soon become cold hard-j I ploys 550 men, whose unions are
The three questions
year'round-dust and dirt don't cided by the farmers will i I 1 be bound, void of fermentation and affiliated with the American Fed- ai!; !!!' '' \Miiniuinin'! !!'!!naiuiim!! !!!! '11 n"a'u.'n"i'iiimmmn"<<'aiiimmiiiiiiiniiH' anmwiiaimmuoniuiuwoooihmiwunun, !!!!!!!" 'I' I)' .JIIII!
have a chance to accumulate in consequently sterile." I eration of Labor. There was no i lllll...ltll/110NWNG/IIWIAIIIIAIIIWIWWellsuwuNN11NNINIAIauaWMN/ WaLiIWW4'

corners, grime can't hibernate in whether they..want the marketing Earthworms, he adds, are theorld's indication Immediately when the lC I
to extend over a three-
and upholstery. Th. electric quotas '' lr---
original tunnel builders plant, which manufactures heavy Li
Old period a one-yea r-period as
vacuum cleaner ferrets out year 'I
going down three to four feet In- grade paper would resume
do not want them op-
Man Dirt before he has a chance to heretofore, or I
to the earth and bringing to the erations. It owned
is by the Du-
get a foothold-the modern home is at all. Quotas must be approvedby

healthfully fresh and clean everyday two-thirds of those participating surface sub-soil.large If quantities there are of fertile 50,000 pont interests. _______________________________________ I

in the year, with no "Spring In the election.
earthworms to the acre--and SPEED
Cleaning" drudgery. Rugs and draperies Quotas have been approved for
there are until you decide to go Lake City,-A
last longer. the 1940 croP which will start "blitzkreig" on I II
fishing-they will bring 10 tons forest fires through the use of, II
LABOR-SAVING APPLIANCESAT moving to the markets in July,
SEE 4 and the referendum next month of rich subsoil to the surface, he light motorized fire control I

YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER'STake for 1941, 1942 says. Moreover, oxygen and rain equipment was the new trend de- III
will be on quotas
advantage of cheap electricity 1943. penetrate the ground more easily veloped during the first all-south I
brought to you by your Sunshine S.rviceorganixahon.Atlow"step.down"rat. and after the has made the
Tho voting will be conductedIn I worm I em fire conference held at Camp II I III
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of Virginia, soil porous with constant tunnel- Oleno near here. Among the
the growing areas el
clean lour
for example, you can rooms
a pieces of fire control
North Carolina South Carolina, ings.Golfers equipment I III'
about a penny with an electric vacuum
not like It when demonstrated
may was the
Georgia, Florida and Alabama. new type I II
cleaner! r the dirt Mr. Worm brings to the motorized fire line trencher developed :

ELEURIUIY IS (HUP! NEW TR tIN 'SCHEDULENorthbound surface deflects a perfect shot, by the Arkansas forest

.- but. Mr. Ardell suggests, the service. This light portable plow, I I III

I No. 2-Due Starke 6:13: a. m. earthworm Is probably of more dubbed "The Jitterbug," la an I

ti No. 108-Due Starke 6:21: p m. Importance to mankind than all Inexpensive piece of equipment DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH

J. G. SPENCER, Manager j SouthboundNo. the golfers that ever drove Into operated by one man and capable

1-Due Starke 10:33: p. m. the rough- and that's' quite a of constructing more than a II OPTOMETRIC: EYE SPECIALIST

No. 107-Due Starke 9:20: a. m. few.-Christian Science Monitor. I mile of fire control line per hour. F

I I Stark -II4'U Branch Other types of new equipment Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy

17eM4 SUM M HR. 6 B AM"Y'DU I II No. 101-Leaves Starke 7 a. m., All legal blanks promissory tested were the mobile two disc to 3 p' 'n'tlrl

: daily except Sunday. notes, retain title notes, carriedin I plow and tractor unit which may Ii Every Wednesday ,9 a. m.

No. 102 Arrives Starke 1:50p. stock by the Bradford County be transported quickly to the _
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Ymaprs Day bawVins Indianapolis Again t I! SAMPSON CITYBy ing and chatting, the guests were GUM BRANCH PINE LEVELBy

By Church ..,... Etta Pay D'al served sandwiches and lemonadeby t
bserVed t v the :t By Mix: Elizabeth Ilarnage Mrs: II. b!. McRae
.. hostesses, Mrs. Colson and
service at the w Mrs. Ray Goodge was visiting Mrs. Long. Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
morning Reddish Some of the people of this
a t
her I
Tilt the An- p, f parents Mr. and Mrs.
wag t A. V
and children
lJodlst Churchce I Varnes I Don't forget church services Hellbronn and attended the Baptism at
Layman Sunday.
of 1 {Sunday morning aud night by the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Hampton Lake Sunday afternoon.
Reverend Evelyn and Clarice
,' The pastor, the Starling I Rev. P. Q. Casern. Everybody 1 son. of Sampson were visiting Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall of
1 announced ttnil t spent part of last week here withi Mr and Mrs. J. S.
asked to
: Robinson tt'a attend. Sapp Sunday. Green Cove Springs spent Thursday

dure, after which the meet- i I relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch, Mr. J. D. Dobbs and children night with Mr. and Mrs. H.
under the di-I I :Mrs. S. E. Jones left Saturday I of Deland and Roy Olford also M. McRae y
and son, of Raiford, and Mr. and and left Friday for t
!,dproconduytc s wo The for Atlanta to visit her son H. Mrs Artford Brown of Sampson of Deland were In Gum Branch Tlfton, Ga., accompanied by

onslve reailing was by L..1 P Jones She was accompanied City were the guests of Mr. and Saturday. Elder and Mrs. E. R. Bowers and

the morning; tithes and : s by her niece, Mrs. Jack Rose, I Mrs. L. A Brown over the week Mr. and Mrs. Beckham, of daughter, Lucille, of Starke.
vis: O. W. Whiteer1g I and two children of Miami.
received by Jacksonville' were visiting Mr. Arthur Murrhee, of Starka,
scripture read by :Mildred Varnes and nob \VarI end.Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman
d L C Ray address, and Mrs. Leo. H. McKIn- recently was visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. A,
a n ren of Palatka visited friends Mr. and Mra. Marcus Connor of
,ISwor. non have made a business trip Browning Friday afternoon.
Stewardship, was and relatives here Saturday.Mr. \ Rising were visiting Mr. and Mra.
and the Alabama Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis of
B. Sewell; : and Mrs. C R Eldon Sapp.
Jones and
'en by ?ev tt Mrs. H. H Mott, who has beenIn Lakeland were Visiting I his
edlctlonJ.Iy. was pronounced daughter of Valdosta, Ga., were the Alachua County Hospitalhas Mr. T. M Norman, and W. J. mother, Mra. T. B. Hodges recently -

was con- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 E. returned to her home here,, Carter, of Vanderbilt, were In .

| evening service assisted[ b y D. Jones Tuesday. where she Is recuperating.The Gum Branch Tuesday afternoonof Mrs. T. N. Norman and daughter
L"j by the pnstor, Mr. and Mrs last week.
|I V. Varnes Dorthea, of Gum Branch
; the Inter- many friends of Mrs. Rita ,
IT, E'Ch'olr K Perryman and a violin solo visited Mr John :McKinney Sunday Brown will be glad to know that Mra. Arch Dobbs, of the State, were visiting relatives here Wed

date, Dew, Wilbur Shaw won his third Indianapolis SOO-Mlle Race last afternoon. she Is moving back to Brookel. Farm, was visiting Mrs. W.o nesday afternoon.

jlS9 service Grace of last Sunday, week and became the first man In the history of the Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs T. W. Markey Harnage Wednesday morning of E. C. Lewis, of Rising was a

(lye the pastor's appolntt Motor Speedway to win two years In succession BOOTSEY'S BEACH and Mrs. Carl Green were In I last week visitor here Tuesday

ted this conference year. I lIy !Miss", Ktttv ('ru\\ford Starke Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw, and Mi-, and Mrs. H. It!. McRae
nl t f for children: of Raiford, were visitingthis
Church year was closed LAWTEY Honoring Mrs. Resale Thomas, and daughter, and Harly New-
e flKal HIGHLAND Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rosier and section one day last week
31. at which time all II. I Robert Crawford whose marriage was a recent man were visiting/ Mr. and Mrs i.
i May By T. Godwin By Miss Beth were visitors to Miss Marterly Dobbs, of Ral
claims I IaJ wereid UlmberlyKT E. J. McRae of Waldo
conference event, Miss Marcie Howard and Sunday.
Llveoak Ftl
and Saturday afternoon.
i ) ford was visiting :Miss Leila
in full for the entire year. Recital Held and Mrs. Dc. Reid' o' Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns and Mrs. Lurte Edwards entertained Carnage Wednesday morning of I Mrs; J. W. Hall, and little

jlr Robinson left Wednesday, A musical recital under the Maxvllle; were visitors here Friday daughter, Josephine, spent last Tuesday! afternoon with a mis- last week, granddaughter, Betty, returned to

ternoon to attend the Annual direction of Mrs. Will Edwards; week In Tampa and Plant City, cellaneous shower. Lovely arrangements Miss Solma Sapp Is spending awhile their home in Jacksonville after ,

,nfei nce at Sanford, from was given at the Legion Hall I In Friends of Mrs. Celia Prescott with relatives.Mr. of garden flowers In Jacksonville with her spending several days here with

edesilay. afternoon through Starke, last Friday afternoon. will regret to learn of her seri and Mrs. Raymond Secrest decorated the home for this af sisters, Mrs A. Z. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall.

allay morning. During the Piano solos and piano and ac ous illness I and family of Hollywood Fla., fair. At the conclusion of the Mrs. Archer Chapman. Mrs. V. A. Browning Is ill;

attog of June 17 the appoint cordion arrangements comprisedthe Mrs. N. T. Green and childrenof aro spending their summer vacation games appropriate prizes were we wish her a speedy recovery.Remember .

ents I will be read In the High program. Starke visited relatives here here with Mrs. Secrest's parents awarded and the honor guest THERESSA services at Pine

pool I Auditorium In Sanford. The students In Mrs. Edwards' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Red was presented with many lovely By 1\lu. A. L. Sullivan Level this week-end.

ese appointments will probably; class, most of whom were very; Mrs. S. C Harley and children dish.Mr. and useful gifts. Delicious refreshments -

broadcast over station WRUF young, displayed remarkable tal spent Saturday with relatives In and Mrs. Dan Starling and were nerved the many Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry of BETHEL

id WJAX around noon. ent and skill. Classical selec Lawtey.A family of Lawtey spent Sunday; guests. Jacksonville were recent guests fly 1\1.... D. D. Woodard

During the absence of the pasr tions., nursery rhymes and pop revival meeting will be held here with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb of of Mr and Mr. E. S. Slbley,

next Sunday the morning and ular tunes were played. The program at the Highland Baptist Church,, Thompson and family, Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. Mrs. D. W Moore Is visiting Ira Allen has returned home

services have follows Johns and and Mrs. T. W. Markey! recently.Mr. relatives In Vero Beach Belle from
pning preaching was as : starting June 16th with Rev Mrs. Arveed daughter and a visit to East Palatka with

i>n suspended for the day. I Harmony Waltz,-Alvln Lewis. John Saundera of Middleburg! In Ruby, are visiting relativesin and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, and Glade. ,1 his brother-in-law and sister, Mr.

,,urch School will begin at the Mary Had A Little Lamb and. charge.C. Dover. son Malcolm, and Miss Grace Miss Pauline Crabb of Miami and<< Mrs. Albert Gllnson.Mr. ,

a o'clock] hour and the Young Little, Boy Blue,-Linda Carra- M. Griff was a business Miss Ruth Murrhee of Jacksonville Dukes were visiting Iva Mae ,,Is visiting her cousin Miss Ruth and Mrs. J. M. Allen have "

fople's League meeting at seven visitor to Jacksonville Saturday spent the week-end herewith Lewis In Jackxonvllle Saturday. Zeigler. I returned from a visit to Olustee

dock p. m.jarfield. dine.April Flowers-Ann Moore. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Knight her parents, Mr. and Mrs Mr Charles Hardy Is visitingIn Mr. and Mrs R. C. Dumpier where they spent a week with

Here We Come-Ada Edwards and children of Maxvllle! were L. M. Murrhee. New York of High Springs were weekend Mrs Allen's father and mother, ,-

Evans Union Fancy Dress Bull.-Gwendolyn here Saturday.Mrs. I Miss Effie Crawford was r a Friends of Mrs Mary Thomas guests of Mrs. Dampler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. St.John. Ii!

Shuford. H. C. Wimberly was In visitor to Jacksonville Monday; will be glad to know that she is Mr, anti Mrs. J. J. Zelgler.Mr. D D. Woodard was called! ,

//let Last WeekThe A Man In The Moon,-Geral- Starke Friday. afternoon.Mrs. buck home. Mrs. Thomas has anti Mrs. C. R. Moore away from his home Monday because t.

dine Cox. Owen Marr of Mima visited Robert Crawford and been In Jacksonville very Ill. and little sons, Charles and Lar- of the Illness of Miss Alberta t,

regular monthly meetingthe Cuckoo.-Jo Ann Dinkins. his brother, Joe Marr. over the daughter, Esther, wore visiting i Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand tle, of Gainesville visited relatives Johnson of Gainesville, who 4t

Garfield Evans League Suwanee River,-Juanlta Priest. weekend.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Geiger and Martha Evelyn Markry planto here Saturday. was rushed to a hospital where
talon was held In the First Ann family of Starke Monday. leave this week-end on their Mrs. Kxtelle Dennison and Irttle
Marketing-Betty Flynn. H. A. Barnett of MelroseIs the will have to go through a
lethodlgt Church on Thursday The Knight And The Lady,- spending a few days here with Otis Geiger of Starke Is visitIng vacation. Exactly where they daughter. Shirley, and Mrs. Kllta major operation.

tniBg of last week. About one Elizabeth Cox. Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly and family.Mr. Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Crawford plan to go, they themselves could Hall and daughter, Geraldine of

dyed Young People, pastors, The Fox Hunt,-Margaret Mon- and Mrs. M. Fanning were here. not say Mr. Markey says, how- Hampton were visitors to Ther- and Mrs. H. D. May.
unselora and visitors from ever, the mountains are the main rasa Tuesday. Mrs Addle Illnote and children
to Lawtey Sunday.
Rirke, and nearby communities Somewhere Over The Rainbow, Mrs. H. A. Barnett, Miss Beth GRAHAM place he wants to go, because Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivanof of Miami are visiting her uncle..
tbered for the meeting. "it's worth it to see Mrs. Markeyso Miami are visiting relatives D. J. Phillips
-Lou Edwards. Wimberly, Miss Ethel Ricks and By Kirs. L. C. Smith "
Members of the Starke Inter- Barbara Moore. scared. here. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of
Climbing,- M. Griffis attended servicesat
ledlate Department and the Ernestine Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves Mrs. Loney Futch, of Lnwtey, James Trleat was a business Hampton visited her sons, A. L.
Autumn Idyle, Church
Long Branch Sunday
|dung People's Department con- Moore. and children of Lake Wales were wan visiting here Sunday., visitor to Starke Tuesday. and C. Sullivan, Sunday.

teil: the opening service of Lou Edwards. night. visiting friends and relatives here Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ogden, of Leon Moorer of Miami arrived Mills Ida Hagan and Mrs H.
Curious Story,- of
Mrs. Jennie 'Lastinger Daytona -
ship.! Those taking part were Selected,-Marguerite Carter, Beach visited relatives here Sunday. Pompano, are visiting friends and Sunday<< to upend<< the summer D. May were visitors to Starke

nard Smith conducting; Ruth As Snow-Easley Shu- Mr and Mrs. R M. Johnson relatives here, and at Hampton. hero with hla grandparents Mr. Saturday.
Pure of last week.
impson, reading a poem; Ida part rod daughter, Madge, and Mr Mr. and Mrs Lee Green were
Jim Godwin and M. T. Knightof '
ulu Davis the ford.Second nnd Mrs. Ancil Norman and children visiting here last week. \ i
prayer;; .
Waltz,-Gene Edwards Maxville were visitors here BORES FUNERAL HOME
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, and
Keen, the were visiting Mrs. John- \J
day reading scflp- ,

with accompaniment
re; the Church Orchestra play- Accordion Edwards piano and Monday.Mr. son'H brother in HIlliard, and daughter: Sarah, were visiting Ambulanre /Kcr\lr' Day nr Night 1'hone 1S4V 13 ,;
Gene and Mrs. E. S. Thornton '
g, and Mrs. E. K.I Ferryman business visitors points In Georgia Sunday. relatives here Monday. \ have added u lute model AMIKJLANCK to our equipment f'f'1'
Clara Mae HIlI'ley.Mrs. and children were those who attended the
the :Mr and Mrs. Willlard Smith Among .
residing organ. Edwards was In charge to Jacksonville Saturday. Mil It special Mprlng for easy riding
J, W., and Miss! Eloise Sing in Hampton Sunday were: ,1
The business end
conducted : (
was bye
of refreshments after the recital, i Cliff Then Dyal, und ".t IIOMF.-l.lKK: <: INSTITUTION" (i. II. Bennett, !Manager .
Union President, Marlon CaJun Rembert Car- Gay of Windermere were visiting I Kelley. H
assisted Mrs.
u assisted by the Union sec- relatives Sunday.Mr. I OUesHa Kelley .'tv
''tary, John Perry. The Inter- radine and Mrs, A. M. Lewis H> :Mi..* llonnie 1) Turner and Mrn. C. J. Frazier and Mr, and Mrs., Grailcy' Baxter, i
Hazel Smith Ensley Shuford and of Mladwln, visiting friends INSURE WITH ( :
,'Jiatc Department 0 f the sons, and 11and/ Mrs. L. C. f
served. Mrs. W. C. McCord,
Gene Edwards Mr anti last wnclc.
and relatives here
larke Church, Patsy Keen, Smith anti daughter, Alta, attended I .,\
M. B. Jones and daughter, Miss of SUnUc.! were visiting Mr. Convention |I Mr. and Mrs Fred llnr.en, anti ,
anent and Mrs. Frank Rob- the Singing
Helen Jones, left Tuesday for, Mrs. C. C. Butler Sunday night. I children, and Mrs. L. A Brown !
son. Counselor was awarded had held at Hampton Sunday. I I FInE MFE AUTO LIA1MMTY BONDS
Mllledgevllle, Ga., where Miss | Mi. and Mrs M. L Johns wore visiting In Tampa/ last week, 'e I

,I'i' efficiency cup for the second Jones will enter the summer as their guest lust week Mrs S. i Marvin In Ogden section recently.Mr. of Pompano. Mra. Loola Roberts made a l Phone 71 STAUKE, ...
oath our
was I .1.01(11)I I
school session at Georgia State G. Stephenson and children, \ business trip to Starke TUPs'lay,1
At the conclusion of the bustI'M ., anti Mi.. 1 K. T. Stewart of I _
Women's College. Mr. Jones Is Eugene and Ethel, of Lakeland I II ;
attended Church services
meeting the Sacrament ofpe I "Brooker
vacation.Bill J and, Mrs. Cora Delia Spaikman.
on i iI ChinchSunday
Lord's I at the
Supper was admin- Plummer and Howard und children, Webster and Alma

)rend,ered by the pastor, the Rev- Miner spent last week-end In I Lee of Tarpon Springs. anti nightMI' Mrs. George Rivers i $
Prank RobinsOn, assisted Mr. and B. F. Ren- I
and Live Oak. Charles
Madison a
r the Reverend Mr. Soper. Mr. Plummer visited relatives while froe of Ft. Myeis, were guests I were tnmfmrtlng business I in the y)' : ? FOR ONLY A FEW DOLLARS MO :
Jacksonville( Saturday.
foMiwon installed the officers of Turner ,p
J. t.
in Madison of Mr and Mrs. Roan David Durbin ju"'" LOWEST YOU CAN GET .
re Union for the ensuelng year. saw-mill Mr. and I Mrs! j'quIe Refreshments J. E. Davies local last week. and children of Jacksonville were I .
were served lit Mrs. W.
he owner, and his daughter. Mrs Mrs. T. H. Sheppard of Mrs Dut'bin's mother,,
I Church guests
P he Counselors School and Building members by ofp Crow, motored to Jacksonville B. Lazenby and Mrs. Mann where left Mrs., C. Fogg Sunday.lIROOER, '
for Gainesville, THAT '
Saturday. Monday HE CAR f;
Young People's Division. M. B. Plummer has recently they will attend summer school t !'

finished rebuilding a portion of for several weeks. \

umlay School Runs Bus his store to accommodate ice I Miss Novls Sapp and Robert Ity Mrs. L. L. ParkerMrs..1. I : .

Raiford children have become I cream and soft drinks for pat Ward attended, the carnival In ..;. (li-mon HAS EVERYTHING
months. night.
rons during the summer I Brooker
I conducted
ccustomed to riding to school In also purchased Miss Bonnie Turner was visiting Funeral riteS were \
Plummer has
| BUS, and now the Raiford Sun Mr. deliv Mildred McCall of Lake : tot Mrs J E Clemens, formerly

ay School will offer the same a new truck for grocery Miss afternoon. I LyciU Ann Grover, Friday after
and around town. Butler Sunday
eries In born
wenlence to Its rural members. Lennie Drawdy and L.. Mrs. T. H. Sheppard and son. noon. Mrs Clemons was : '
The Sunday School has Mrs. week 23. 1862. near Brooker. Ii
Its July
ownus In of last
home spent part I
their Edwin,
,, built especially for transport Fryer returned to friends and where she spent her entire life.On .
aflerspending visiting
rg Pupils to Sunday School. W. Moultrie, Ga., Wednesday In Ft. White April 0. 1879, she married _..._ rtom' \

Jenkins the Superintendent a week here with their relatives John K. demons. For many i L.a ,

wchaaed the car a model B. sister, Mrs. J. L. Harrell. ,, years Mrs 'lemons lived on a li th

'ord, and the bus body was built Recent rains, although heavy VANDERBILTliy farm near here, but moved to

Y friends of the Sunday School. have been highly beneficial to Miss. Effie Crawford Brooker three years ago. She I -
Kaiford In this area. I ill for several
crops had been very
Sunday School has 136 Violet and Geneva
. contributeto Misses I ,
to '
embers You are urged SIwas known by
enrolled. the months ,
month of Gainesville, were
through ,
1e average The War Relief Fund Rosier in the county as a I
attendance Norman, everybody
was 107 Velma
t teach local chapter of The American guests of Miss I friendly,,
who was always
' service Mr. Jenkins your Vanderbilt last week. I[: person If
ties Red Cross. of and was considerate f
that kind
the always
Sunday School Ellen Barber and sons I
recently returned Mrs. 1
pee G. W. Brown Funeral services ,
to rlo better Mrs. of, other people II
this In of
he tUtUI" from a visit In Orange- Bobble and Jerry JaCkSOnvllle'j i were held at New Hope Church,

burg, S. C., where she was visit i I are spending, and some Mrs. F. M. Nor- i where she had been a member I
ing her brother, Harry Smoak parents. I for many years The Rev. Her- ,. fI
HAMPTONy Vanderbilt.Mr. "
Mr., and Mrs. Melvin Futch man, of Moody of LaCrosse conducted I fr

MUd Ada Nlmmo have returned from an automobile and Mrs. Levy Norman I I man the services with Roberta I I i.I .
( Vanderbilt,
!Last California, where they and children Mrs. Clem- r
Sunday' was Homecoming t trip to In Starke Sunday I the funeral director.
'ay at the the Golden Gate Expo visiting friends survived by: her children. '
: Baptist Church and attended ions! Is ,((1" '
j jMr.'and
he National afternoon I demons, of Miami;
Singing Convention sition. 1 Irs. Russell Norman I Dr. Willie H I J.nI ;
t, >
furnishing music for the oc- attended the Sing- I Coleman' R Clemons, of Holder; '. 1
section ,
'llion. of this of Brooker;:
TerribleWe H demons
A bountiful basket dinner was Ain't Politics ing Convention at Hampton Sun I Alvin Ellis demons of Jacksonville; I, satisfied with less when it costs! so little more Coupes, $807 and up; Sedans, $853 ":i j jI

nee rued on the grounds, attend- cannot refrain from reproducing day.Mr.. and Mrs. F. M. Norman [ Mrs. A. O Kinsey of Avon Park; I WHYbe an Oldsl I Oldsmobile has everything you and up *delivered at Lansing, Mich.' -r' t'

"tt "-8s very good. The day the following adver- Vanderbilt were 'visiting Mr. I Mrs. C. M Saucer, of Baldwin; want your car to have-size, beauty, power, quality Transportation baaed on rail rate .1\ -
greatly which a defeated candidate of Mrs. G. C Mills, of Wauchula; local (if ) optional
enjoyed. tisement Eugene Ellis; of Worth- Yet it's priced for everybody Drive state and taxes any ,
0 the Tampa and Mrs. of Brooker; and prestige
\\n.n'f Leesburg L. Harrison and chll- published In Ington Springs, Sunday after- ,''and Mrs. grandchildren Coy and six 'around to our showrooms and try Oldsmobile's thrill.. equipment and accessories-extras

Cur t\\n.( attended but church formerly of Tribune"To my: friends: My grateful noon.Mrs. Rosier, and children : Nineteen great greandchlldren; three brothers ing 95 H. P. performance, Oldsmobile's matchless Prices subject to change without,

"c here ser : My Horace Elijah Anderson sensational Rhythmic notice. A GENERAL MOTORS VALUB "
if' 'last Sunday. appreciation; to my enemies were visit- : Lem Anderson handling ease, Oldsmobile'a "
N of Arrendonda sisters Mrs. Albert Olds I .. ,... ll.ht. when hrl.a
op- : '
Uv Lewis and family and sincerest forgiveness; to my In Vanderbilt last ; two Ride. You'll want to-and can- step up to an M l < iaNY tfli*
T T heartiest congratu Ing relatives and Mr. L, u ere 11 I a
I King[ of starke, at- ponent: My I Surrency II
e the Singing to the public: My apologies week.Mrs. and Green.
tbe Convention at lations; Carrie Bell Knight
Baptist church running; to my clients: Butler, Mrs. Clemons will be mimed
last Sunday for Sandra, of Lake 1
Ed gar to every- daughter. of friends to whom OIiDSMOBlIjETORODE
King to the fold; F. by a host
! la the My return Mr. and Mrs. l
rues at his hers terrible?". are visiting/ M.I endeared herself through her
'fI mo Mrs. .MaryJacksonville\ body: Ain't politics of this section. j
B had Norman and charm.
candidates winsome personality
If all defeated and Wallace White ofj I .
11811 of humor Ray flub Meets
B such a magnificent sense visiting\ Velma i{ sewing
Gainesville the
suf- Club met at
to Sewing
:. er grandmother, MrsZZ'e M they wouldn't have and guests here Thursday -I The
kainire I thus week fer the agonies of a hang-over. Norman home of Mrs. L. A. Brown Tuesday CHEVROLET co.i.
1'1. obviously Is night. of last week, with the Presi
Roberts ex-candidate and little
5'UII Mrs. Belle This Lloyd Moore
law G. U. Colson, presid-
er. hl its Mrs.
8 n back to of Ral dent.
rn < children. Miss i ready to get daughter. Orpha June, will beat
his next meeting
and Jack with a on and Mrs. ing. The if .
P.Utb Stelnhou Summer. Mrs. practice very sheepish ford. were visiting Mr of t the home of Mr,. G. B. Col- Starke Florida :
*er I It be a and family, ,
Lktz and Mrs. Ruby I face. may L. Norman, "
H. evening spent IleW'
< all of Jacksonville atle4 -''grin, but it will\ be a grin, never- Vanderbilt Thursday. I son. After an ,I.

church here last Sunday. J Jthe less. Exchange. ,

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at Brtf-.r luary a.-* !D- J L. C. Smith Dies; .11\1)a.._. .u f' >Jr. ". t
home--the' basic unit w.choat which no nation Good ProgramAt this L.1t'.n:1t. .
a. country.
The Bradford fi Cl>uaiption Funeral Today S -.... .
Caaalya TelevraRiitabti ?; could atirvtve. Ritz Theatre lucky to that moat of the I I l .A.a or: <.' ,' r r'tae'd rte

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..e Ritz Thearc* p 2t. rile *x* pfc'JA nt tobacco s
;.. khan this artkie' an onknowTX writer' ot Ar not !have very Urj acrecrr..p. -' ksown resident ef Graham. lintel aca'.p pill
", .I .t-I' we.2t1 otA Tlrblap4. : stsd Lasted sus scilicet: pro :a.n e...<<
Oar W-- Tsursdar aontln* *l
ltrd Ctw K..a.rr On PIMC< Oftkrs a !Mutt, f,.. nayi : during the next wick. of this suddenly S: -h,.r .

"Att eyes are on: Father. He pilaf with :' in. M*raL mgnfi i. tmek cropa and gr nral 4 30 o'd<<1L He.was 7J year i 1-arnw-. rrel
--- ta the I s4dte I
chin hand fife i ina't readimr hiS Leading- C Sunday &: are consumed lien of age, and death resulted supposedly sL.ee In -
paper.He :
MEMBER m .I States and eonaequentry p.nthne I
relay tal 'Vferioj CUT" heart attack ash
: I look in his He is : be affected' quit 1 from a r pattern t ll]
PQF55 ha a faraway eyes. JCrtam stiootd not
5t3CIAII N : Erw ITjaa.: mod WM working ta the flUl at Aad at.n ar.esai ,

remembering the past and dreaming of the:',sad lndiaflBg- to. the ca< much a. some other parts tetdowa of hi** farm boaw.runem I i, .to be a.rd p-. .1 I othr
a aWIh
? !\\dalpH I Scott. KomphCTT eounOTHowever. : held : the. : 'non,
future. .service win lie
of the farmers ta: | ..... .
;'frame" YcF" the Income .11; Ttor 'PrhllnPhrtda

L )tafhnws Edleer a.d Ow.- ather Kkes to remember. The pleas-:i 1 i-'Pir=rals CIty"ugad was parts of th* country U atoo at 4 o'clock this afternoon
' him.!!'1 to sOme extent by aO far m-' ) from tile Graham BatpistChurch. TI'Jfr.t'U:
ant scenes of the float around nmcwiM sad lug'd7' ,
past ap easy
Sr-BCIrnGS main be ta fen
LTLr business men IlL a3 parts < : Interment thertel. e,
He the days when a wfaiap-! te a recent iau of rL+fd : and baN'
r harry. n..w 9ti 7fteafhstyraYab6.! IS .\49_ sees gay young udn and 1. a wry atwsac A the country. > I I"Farmers the Santa Fe Cemetery. _.... '., .. "ourunsame. &
end word thrilled and Inspired him. He recaptures I becom* ac-' r.e tapi <*'1 \t",l
the days must 'm
tilt OF THAXKS > rraii in

f'JaZ' Day Mean More TTus* Year : for a moment the throb of pridehe toaro: were jprtuT"f up ** wttA all of Uses pertin. It is CLKD with most irrejueful heart aa tsreat th,, .,.>t". a 11'mi., '.I

r: ? : Titan Ever Befare; SU>p T. Think felt when. aj in a dream, he saw thereaMurin Went lor yneluni. TlrTJU for 5I: : facts. Otherwise i tor they the wiD event-b*I'we Wish to thank tbe many kind and Brooker pnm!T',.>,.i., P 1\Ld' d.I'l Ml,',.,JIn
taut ** onprep
confident smile as: hemet "feer", i I II ( 'friends who extended sympathy In, and t ,]
Today is Fag Day ,i eslsfs but te today one that an* general plainer { ta purl thtrreuf i nd ,
at the altar. She was a dream. West's: moat 6unoo tfiam. week.. and migSt be subject|1 I Although we haTe! n erboen given to ''aiwss and death of'OW' dear ,.r,-'. ,>> oJ. '""
The days that faObwedL They pawed Tueaviay tug it bra s i the hy terU which the nation Cfxf blessings. be in ti.. ''OJ Irfrl. !,
irftt "flajp wasiltg"stfpcrficiaf and over- VeUs to the R.I.Unea : avoid while passing through' !mother. May and 'at. t... ... t hk'
quickly. Life's mysteries were beautifWlyunfol'ded. I i with each of you at Utw r.. .. ,f .
ra.ted'parJtism in sometimes tailed dean Spltrlremarts present world disruptions. the "" "
.. The thrill of holding that first,,, and Donald w JGrta. Lp are some within the bonl-. Children of lln' J. E. Clemoe f.ndatrrPlaintiff.mortKa. -thi* 7!:ar; more than ever. w* have come ....l_ r b
indefinable little newcomer. The sheer relief aiglt: ta barsoji ai St of our country who wooM be' art or
to r&aliz and appreciate just what it mean.* aa.fu1t3 are nimitreu: tar ry happy for all of us to !ret WA.".-TKI1>-.teOize4 (boded) eot- Erchaxod > 'a, \o.
of knowing:, that work: and talents could ton rags writ: no button Jfopants tar .b...ln....1"'I' ted
to be: aa American. cents. that very state of hysteria and .tyi. r .{ilea.'
keep loved ones secure. BuOdinir the house W.tnUT and 'nIun- we mention: :so that/ tMIr's WIn pay ::5-< .
C.. Iil >
making is. a home Father likes to Dust:" 'to aiMwnn' "Star of discontent would have pound for thoz meeting our +aMt- or M" ,, i..d ton

remember. feature. lovely t.u1rla fertile snail la which to approval. Bradford County cite teases wrp'wai_.h ."zpiM".'DI I I

woe! played her part soCcantly > ,i Telegrapa. of proda 'It'i tr I.
"Father ha right to dream. His 110' ,
: a ,
'' manirfai'tur
'or .
: and nm.t :*) la taportant snarl that farm- ,0'1'1 C": H .t.r
dreams have built the present. His dreams. faaa I train let l befell *'''.. than ekeiaantJf.Mn _Itt ) ., and ....
in n.I (
denc 'Dftjenw
aDd also the busmen* '_ ., T.,,_ ..., s....... MtAC y..rO' H ri> rid rap;

will shape: the fatare. Tomorrow has always Ai o included tn be east In mind that all progressive: :, ,,,. FV.rMa. will m..C peatta buseaei Cut .oat Orouktr f
Dust fat John Payne' : with the 8r4 .< Coaatr Cemmiaoa.rr Turpeatin < .. toil Dm'r
held its secrets but Father unfail- .f maid CMnir *. the ..r.fie. (the
[[ t>LnSe such as the AAA ma.stf / tat tre the,
Y"W1g". CbartotM Cre tfc* al the
If .
imply probes ahead for the answer to your 1 I wtnIam GarpL f with! suitable adjuRt-; it 'arfc<.. Fl trlda. at 1(10'( ''* *c-r'l the mort.a e.> t .UII
I A. M. Jab. I. A. to 1l/e. then .tu
happiness. To.lajr and tomorrow ( to changed tondtttonatf parjw* f .*artnir om Ukinrf. ao<* thereon placed, and '.ft., 6
and Saturday the Rltz .;: are to have any hope for: r,,**mln t tMttrrwar aa t... t"*, and aerap* .j." a 4. rUn
"When you place the crown of your' ( aar prp > b } aver
alsa6dCoast caih I
ctouhte feature and :! tJoh' aneioe.na4 p17'tht
|i JS.mgcondit l>c.5 P* .. fixed from the beet p."
love and appreciation on his brow he win cf "Tie Shadow ;. and after the war. W* !. A.*w_ or Tas. $* ."m .r 11..01.. t '....ald.
... .. .. few th. 1 or I
Rail year
*s in l crape or
acoff. He will strike an anaAaumin pew Da ..cwtth Bidtarl: C1' ) not allow Intense: interest In, and ff the pu rpere of aerfecttaa. .a aay aaO'"f.othetcontract "t, c"
r r nods Day and Oorj* to detract receiving and e ualKinv such is- *, .. u L.Lar
J "
developments ep ...
He will make: a humorous remonstrance.:;! I _.....aL Tile Couay: AsxsaK .f, term of whi h .,
'' prewcta neap popular I i' from efforts our I i i ,et
our on Ta. .. and he Board e< Covntir owned
r But he will know. He will want you to sap I i c.n.ceand for the |! problems and on the farm'' Cmn..t."w ..r. mar ....ntmu. i*I ties of at the the se..;'.a ,r open'lne ,

Dad we think you're swell!r r I'I seat ettapeaee. TheKas .- wfffinm from dal (. day for. OM the defendant .\ Dr .
i After aa. the regular week or .. loci as mar *. Dece.- after owned he. d. .
rotV featuring Bob U must be done and are'I *ary trolled let< ndanl
O i h
With an Europe embroiled in a total (. Raymond Karroo. Important at the An per..na.. .awain.. Bradford pfepertI.nbJeet J and alt oofthe. ,.4,) '
present. I j t aM n nt it of turpentine, '' .
w't lit
It Will Be RAoaevelt I 1 i n
Again alto and JacqueUa wens _J>,,. Florida are motifl toI of t
i I "la times like maavfacturt
these' many un- jtrascrt i ,
that threatens 01,1
war destroy a great part It He Wants The :Nomination i Ceorx ICinjjwa, : : I .p..r. wamat It ...**lenoimplstat *.t. or el'''wh' had I
I r proposals are mad*. i, ,in.... I ._It erI aid
I of civilization a* we know it today. oar national Our *'tt otP.I Th tA. !' /I tfiinJcteg Is etear-.I I' .wcA testimony a. to th. from any tom of dip.a \I r xrti
Presidential nominating time ia avain..1 >r i
Flair Day takes OR added sffiiiflcaziceand }I i' public that leiaure time i hasty actions that may re- cl anal a* any f is.. AI> u,,|
close and the K lit
( political picture gradually': tim: and fates *rryr >I' tn a damaging It is,' .*>_r of Tasea. apoa !hla IOU a* made from 91 ->
it behooves American: to hom- way. I u
every pay clears. There seems: to be little question com- to tH* Pita and 1 thy Biay detlre. th* uaafaciurt. Oct
: \ Important to p ttCtr.a l>r order of the Roan of.County I stores: also al)
ajr* to the Atari and stripes which are symbolical but what good abow.Mi i and our CommiMtonr: of Bradfordroanty boilers. mac hih )<. It ,
President Roosevelt improve national
be nominated
can -, ; I
[ Florida Jan. IrtL, A.. I> ..nIron, dip
of the freedom and Ii. r

which we-above all, peoples peace. of the prosperity earth- for a third term if he wishes. He-\ Loca Sweat :1 Panic damage and mGl'a.1oeWe groundless I,I lU". A. J. Thomaa.. ClerknrtLL 'I all amlta'a other and ;< v rnplntaebiaery nab*J

will have close to half the delegates pledged I' and .>yI, (.III h|
I Justified ta having conlideace
-are prmlesred to enjoy. 1 FOR nine FOR H"HOOLTR male*, Aarn.sa wag' in h,
Buried Here
to him when the Democratic convention th* rank and file of Amer-!I 1f.MNTTOfff .Ikaatie. *. and.) the, .p
1 TbB a... of Public Instruction of err kond.lJ
"Amnic,,' America? opens. And. in every primary up to now., Friday. Jun 7 : 'I| people' will respond tot t for Bradford County. Florida will ever Iexcept "m urn 0'( I Iproperty
I' a need with loyalty with! receive written hilt for servicesand merehaadtseF r t Ir'ted or
Asa___ _Jwtl.__ u Hi_*_ "nrtrll', __ n._... .t"-..__. he has beaten all other contenders frr- tremendous -- -, Sweat. who Bred almost: t i I seal and with the resource-I or equipment upon. the. tetlew- by. IB* d.fendati Jpon.|
lite ta Stark, diet at tr Ins school baa rout** any part of aid a, di .,r'r nronreyed
And cro&n thy goad with brotherhood margins.On 1 f, that develop best tn al I FlY. Root. at Lawtey formerly by >r niij, topropcny. "
home ta ZnTernma. after
; .
_ From Sa roShi rang Sea. the Republican side the Dewey candidacy -.,fiIln M. Burial was at j' soeltey. f driven pervma by and the referred following to aa: named routes TUt:!HER w r> tl, mr
I foe 1 I of Ilk. name- thedefendant I I.IM In
has apparently slipped seriously. t.&Jte Cemetery; Sunilay. Andrew Redding certain centra pu'
So aangr Katharine Lee EUtea. Emerson war the funerai [ at present is to hold the r Kellejr{ RoutettarMa made by the Ked u,, Und
Few think he has a chance. Taft and Van- on the farm program that Itj: RouteT. of Columbia: and !Lrn, l h<
wrote; "America w another name for op- were Add T. Blackburn Rout. bearing date Ih. nth day 'lceinber.
denburz are the leading fights now, but it:' Visa Sweat WTJ bees fa ,: protect the farmer and the J. N. Austin n....'. A.. O 1"18. ..blch
portunity. Our whole history likea I Two _.'rael wa... rj h, aid,
appears and at Hampton formerly
I |i now tn the future
looks nC the late
daoc&ter I
as if they might cancel each other.l lithe driven by the following named Koaa-H" assigned Urookort.tJ
laat effort of divine Providence in behalf Sara only this 1opportanity Co. lit a urpo
'T' W. and H : i mted .i person and referred as routes ::
Biggest GOP development is the astonishingrise : 'I I' to keep\! of tike name: of seen'ici.r.m', h'
.f the human race Napoleon who battledto _enD HJ aurret I Adktns Rout dale .the flit da) !Unua
in general popularity of Wendell Wi t .1 I Smelt abooc two) years a [ majority of the American 1( Letter 8lad Route I> It:.. andr' miter< Europe a.* Hitler Ann today said: farm'S er I Two Routes .. Aselgnmen. flan>
larvrraesa who live on farms and Inj at Vanderblll term
kie bad Ir ta ,.
theyoung public utilities: "baihe9man" s | erly driven by the 'olioill.nam.d p.m. J5J. f ,> rentBradford
"America fII a fortunate country; abe grows starter SGaa Sara Sweat. small towns informed about person and referred tom. Corn I,daTOSKTHER ,
candidate. He has no machine.. no J effect on agriculture of the L 1 routes of like name: w.ir 'err
by the todies of our European national wv hUM and, received n< W K. Sapp Route ( th.. defendant- "i. a
"Inside backing and no delusions of e-ioeation at BraJLford: L ta. national and Interns. Levy :Norman Routs the following !b
America-the free the tronjr-, the beauti- i One I Leas made h
conditions. We must do Rt h' at Ki inir formerly ...
grandeur. But, in the view of a number o School, and later 1n4 { driven by R. V Alvares. under date ,.t
fuL fI I Pafto commentators he is: the only possible Republican I three known asV
all events agri-j route have been rnnpoli-
'i i :taJhvUIe, T. Sli. affecting our .
To which H. Bond Efi*. of the Miami, aa. 1 dated Into two and are specified d.a.' of Janus
candidate who would have the. teaener ta he starlet in that changes will have on map In office of County Sup. I..ras* n ade "I
Herald add: be made to meet them.'. 'I eri t..ndent.i under date if r ,
slightest chance against President Roose;many yean Si3e t* am! i.as .per pUn.'upectficatlons! and ,.. Lease made '
"In the k-inr history of the world just velt. j beer of the \Cf-Oio4iat |I 'in-rementii. now on file In Its of- I ander date if sunder
'Ir.. Leas nuade
at Its office at :S P. }t. !
one nation haa. con. intently stood for certain Stark al aa. catty a?*, : APPOINTED: ,-niorKUjr.. June tub lUll. In the on I date ItU ";
-- ---O ,actively ta.ftfffl In : : : :\ ESDEST ,! *vent all bids for any route are 1
high ideab ; just one power has sougrht Fate Sen.'e Of Security 'and toctal week of the ', r->"'itd rtihse the, R (Continued,from Page One) ( iuent meeting call for
to abide by its international agreements ; Ifa JofademeriaJL'4 Siirrtrnn are her .oral bid and accept or rejevt ...<-l: BEL : I :
Soft dlsagreeiblr
purchase of kerosene by the ral bids. The speclfloatlona and -
E. Sweat
jut oneland has sacrificed its own interest Lack of self-discipline brought aboutby R. Sweat of ore GaJnesvUI brother. ... canning centers' from! .>f animrontrwrt lei and will toicether be part f I I often embarrassing It void t

in the hope of aiding others. That the soft complacent attitude of people 0 wader of near relatives. :! In the respective lo 1 titute with any the accepted contract. bid will coni i spoonful of Bisilsa-Rex in a

it the United States of America It still adheres who Among these from out< Such purchases are to 1 VV. F:. Mlddleton. s dot' water After meals you ca
have taken the precious heritage of !
baid to the Board. | County Superintendent
| of PublicInstruction E
to those principles.[ It holds the respect : attending t&e fonerat ,!, | t:pel stomach gas quickly
liberty for granted is. the cause of the present rwer: ],(n. NIna V-kj; New Graham school Dutld Rex acts four way '

of the world ; it command the leading Grace was officially and unanim- 1' THK ( acid Go to theall
danger that faces democracies wherever, Dunaway; Mr. & ; 'IRl'1 IT position in the affairs of mankind. It: has Bin Drake; Mr. A. P. ] accepted by the board f fi 'T'Tf FOH OF ." .OHI"%. l> Nl> Drug Store and ask for
they may be, in the opinion of many political NH 'n.'UNIt (: 0 I'i T 1.
blundered frequently and even the goodness [f mer and aoo. atl of ; I;i : t LUalu1. ma-Rex-50 doses for 50c-

observers. i' Mr. and ],(. J. W*. Knf f CHANCERY: Store In
.f the heart ha at times hurt But ? ,. county's free school: books r R olidated Naval Store penter's Drug SUrjSAVE
A long period when liberty came easy: ', daughter; of BreokjrriDe; ordered fumigated. It was (Companr a Florida corpo-

thene were the faalt! of excellent intentions:! lulled democratic peoples into a false sense: don Ty xt and daughter' to attention that a note ,I[ ration. rial..,Iff. -

-the vfrtuoai theorist dealing with the vit- i' Arthur Boring; Mr. Itaaon ; :+, the Board In favor of Joe I I Tn.Brooker.

lany of reality America should maintain of :security and allowed totalitarian government I itra. WUli VeOormtek! ; was due and the members( 1...._ a Florida Turpentine rvrporatlon.Co..

to equip themselves for conquest.'1' Fred Beyer ],(n. Joe ; to pay same when funds I and Jloyr Hauab lofned
ltd aspirations and by ki. wife. I'lh.1 Mouth. 1.2 to 1.3
splendid strive
yet The fact that liberty was purchased at a| Judge' and Mrs. A. V. Long:; available. It was decided Defendant..

face the truth In handling* the selfish. She ,I Ab w. Kotrfen rf have electricity brought to the:1 %OTI<'K OF NNTBH'% + 11.R ON YOt'R
great sacrifice by men who realize the great ,, TO T.H: r FF\h\YTSiFF\h\YTS HKRK1Vpointed :
i I braaka and Jaekaoord*. school when this 1 ASr
snout defend her civilization: against. the I : WIOJOE\'EI IT MA Y STRAWSUN
responsibility of freedom has tYYCERb>> : ;:
apparently!I opens next month. I
ever greedy savagery of Europe and Asia.** I''sicCLANE DISCUSSESWAR :Notice I. hereby liven that IA. HAT
been forgotten by recent generations.The Board and Superintendent oseenirnM. a. Special Stater .p f

o basic fact that. right are founded EFFECT ON several hours to dlIC'US-l Court>> Centered by the final'In the decree fo..ol".1 of i 75c Hats for 50}
of the .
county school bus ''eau. IItl1 day
Fathers Should Come In For A Share on duties escapes moat moderns. To them I (Continued from Page with the view of r'of t It.*_. ,T'LIPur.uant to the terms

Of Honor This Week. Met freedom is a natural state--a gift from God prodocer should DOC exp (' this item of school es.r July ?..lV'. between on tAe the legal ht day hours< MIKE MARUCA

that win continue as long as there is air!I improved export litoation. by consolidating several }. 0'the ale.highest olfer and for best sale and bidder sell for to GROCERY

L"aitM ir.fiiom. oar and introducing more tt-t i leak, before the East door nf the I
to breathe and water to drink. House
They ac. In Clarke. Bradford
,export market. I* not taco the system. It w WlCounif' Florida, the following
cept-liberty-and abuse it. They will learn,r any at this time and & to ask for bid on the! scrlbe.1 property to.wlt: de- -- -

Lt 1)) their !lesson the "hard way**-from the,' felony! win not take its j bus routes and the Sup I'i of All the f>f Section NW": j. ..s".p lb. :SW" I

r ad amount: from the V. S. : was Instructed to' E 0' I h" !.'. \. E... of \'
tragic event now shaking the entire civilized -;t I "W1It exports mce for same. Bids must SH the 11 wST :of(-:\*. and the *E"". .+f
fc.4 Section
; iut
world. f fu lice have been Ins than 1 ta by two o'clock p. HL. June f i'WIr- that certain! Purchase'>ject

lanvrnmt for the sam money mortWSg. dated McemM. "
30. 1t3&.
mad by
Se Tur.
.b [year and the suoaUoa la r pentlne Company. Inc. tn R. A
Applicants To Drive School Bn. linen
'ore, r tes petted ta f Improve. C.1RD OF Tr .\NK3 i recorded In Mortaace said mortKac t

Iw Rejected For Faulty Vision I Cotton experts are { 1 -e desire to extend our sincere t I Pair. J:. tJ the Public records Book IS of
Jnradf .... i
"rd (
( .uy. Florida,
One-third of the applicants to drive te far betow the level for the many kindnesses' said mnrttrace was subsequently which Y SAs I

'. present marketing year. 'i to us and tae beautiful i assigned to O. u lames;
school buses In five North Carolina counties The
I $
Exports of lard and MXntiC.
offerings contributed and : Lion A'errooT; ,
were found to have visual defect AU ex creased eturtaf the first ;i' the choir who rendered the {! of tees.f a

e e cept: one of those) rejected failed in two or,,[t mouths of the war but ? music at the funeral o Seeteoal. at and Ih.runnlnir Nwr Faa .of 1J .

[cttn!d drMUeafly during late sister. Miss Wlsloc C.j ?.arod.' 'hemSouth 44* yard. '.
t *
more visual tests. Three thenoeVe! ..
applicants were three t :1 ,.,... .
months. Pork who
was Interred
pr at the j j, : onb leyard.4 t0 of'K
found to be Mind in one eye. Commenting I! with larger numbers of bi Lake Cemetery at Starlce NV Kinninc% corner; al_ofrwctbe t6l 'bruealns ; .;'

on these figures the Better Vision Institute I b* marketed face aa export Sunday June ninth 194O. t' Esat tto yaMs, tb._.. I ..

ket poalbiy 1-3 mailer E. Sweat. South H. ya,". far
i Inverness. Fla. I a point 0'
points out that there are 80,000 school buses| bernnlntg. and from .
I year. and Mrs. Thomas R. Sweat j. Fast :*. yard. thence South run. u.lA.JgAtJ .. SAT"
in the United States and urges that in the! "Without th* Pt.I Gainesville. Fla. |, yaMs thence. ">enc. t\'st tit yard It*. ( I4,'. a 5':08i

interest of safety school bus operators 1 create: adjustment thAt ,, K f"n1-'TT Jl DC.r.a COIRT lion :$.:North cnntalnlnK the yard 10. In ace.See... i;; 1'ti. pill /.al widen. 1

oar farm economy from more or leva being th. .... aae.nd..tonSoy.
UN toroito ma
Jai should be given COtTY.t lands ;
periodic examination
eye wmr would b* unbearably eoar.yed by 0, N. ("city" ,l
.. and wife. Alma eulson. WHit 0tI.
ti.; i hrt>y gives that a* ",0" nil
a th Hough 10) deed mind d
Fortunately datrt
,, Ia. of Ralph I>. Hemingway.. 1,1. January II "It'itA
iY3 LLW The Archduke Otto gives this offers the meats of eu .. **. H.m.as;.aT and Martha! Page r 2/J eoMM: I. Peal Book /1: ; A'ir.f
country I CJ1vCHbud"
;'" :: I the Hemingwa7. ,-. ."...r.i.n..l S'.. 0' SWI
and provides ... t' : ot 8W4 or
".Iy ITt' H10 Section Ia
nice apply to
quite l
a puff his
w. upon return to Paris. vices for maintaining Caanty Jm' v* .c afor*.ald I ..;,.;containing Z. acre. .....,. or

He i* impressed, he said with the high f!'.COTI* at a hifhi eno zb j I 't,. _for!. authority..
Clone upon the heel of Flay Day plane upon which politic in this i I permit farming as a bu l..itr..c *f .br.aimed : of1NEt ,.. rDO,. 0' I.- l t l f '
'I I. Red tb. '4)I..t. ial.n: : :--0' Stenos "".
come Father Day-another importantdate carried. "No petty. wrangling. he continue without f fruptlon T .... i n Braolto C.amy".1 S\.-t, et. arty. more or I..:
says,, and ruin. Th I I '::. !:a41.f o.f >1 .SWtSeand S'" ..1 1\-: ",..
to be remembered and observed Just "and 7 Block U. Orl. NP, 1vtt ii: '
no personal The nation's rlYfla'4
in- most farmer Is bound to be ] Tow of fftarkir. b...iaath E' !.IF.1oa 0' Section U: 6fNERAI

as the flag stand for the country and allt terest dominates alL" Wonder what part oft to the days ahead but It ;j', J"., *S'*.-|. tat Twp.0'd maid,....t,Block Ravi 21. \ :,,1 fiction.f ;\IE'J 2/.zt and ..p'$Wtr road 0' rlgAl SF."

t good therein father stands for the the likaly to become) I ... I ..way 'IbJ'n.'o..! swages.
country be visited?-Sanford Herald. (was th* case tn 1932. The I : ..... X.III. L0nlM mliirwar..[ 01.ruble P. J. -...... o.:01..
se .-....... &-It II t-I
sad beloc la Town. _