Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01139
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01139
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teal Ballot Starke Loses I I They Feel Safe .Behind Old Glory -: Coach Named; Road 68 O.I K.{ :f.'; I

1st Be Used i ir Leading Industry; ,I Football Schedule Raises Hopes

trustee r r Issue Stave, Mill Shut |,r r4 e a AnnouncedAll For Army Post i 1: I ,

Commissioners Advised Smith Says Metal Drums!I Hut Three Will He Green Thinks It Likely '; )

Cannot ,Go On Have Replaced Barrels Home (Games Principal That Camp handing r,
Matter 1 j
Regular N oV. Ticket In Gum IndustryThe Williams Says Will He Expanded: .'

I .j L 'w ,, l' t.i,
commissioners at their wheels of Starke's major t p The School Board In Its st'88lonbere Reading between the lines of I
1 ,
unty in the courthouse Industry have ceased to turn. The Monday" employed Dill Stevens news dispatches this week announcing !
ar were advised by Starke Stave Mill, after 10 t 4I r .1 : of Bartow, former University the speeding up of a ; '

try Monday) of State R. A. Gray not years, has suspended operations r of Florida 1 I backfield project for paving Road 68 between {.
ace the question of abollsh- because the wooden barrel market ed ace, as football and athletic coachat Jacksonville and Keystone &'

the, Bradford County Novem-Boardd I has been usurped by the new Bradford High School for the Heights, local Interests saw a ,.

Trustees on the I rte coming year. the Government
glimmer of hope that
ballot. metal barrel W P. Smith, owner -
Ceneral :Ltrliy The new man was recommendedto might be considering developing !
Commission, at Its June 3 and operator of the city's only the Board by Elmo Struth and j"
here :
e decided to take steps giant manufacturing plant that L, D. Green District Three Camp Blanding near '
the Trustees abolished andre produces goods for consumption 'I .L :; 'School Trustees. Besides coach Into a regular Army post capable ;' 'i 1

VII maintenance of theca ing Mr. Stevens will teach classes of accommodating at least one 1, :
and outside the county, said this week j
and bridges 'vested In civics and history It is expected stream-lined division of troops. '( j
roads "
Commis- Mr. Smith explained that the he will baseball
1 of inaugurate I
Board '
ui the Originally planned as a National .1 :
try first move was to National Loan Corporation a at B .H. S. this year as he i I.
The Guard camp, Blanding ; i
of the Secretary government that loans Is at present a professional' bale- I .
the advice I agency f : (seven miles east of Starke on ;

tate as to whether the ques- rosin producers more money on ] ________________ % ball player with the Avon Park Kingsley Lake) is still In an early i ; "

be put before the vot- I I- .. nine. He formerly pitched for of development and efforts ,; ': '
eauld could be stage
rosin! than possibly realized _
the Gainesville Q-Men 1well
|of the county In the Gneral 1rr have been made in recent weeks ; ,'.
on the over-gutted open mar known aggregation In Florida i
lion to have it converted Into an Army II' ,
Secretary of State sug- ket has made the requirementson professional baseball. lie was assistant Post In connection with the Gov 4 :
;e coach at Ocoee last
Board, however that wooden barrels so stiff and year ernment's huge national defense ,\ "
the t.
to Principal E. L Williams announced '
m be placed upon American these beaming children of Mr. and Mrs. II. A, Lawson of i ', ,
question might extreme that it Is practically Impossible I Typical youngsters are this week that the 1940 program: ) t

ate ballots which could be to make wooden barrels I Starke. Happy, healthy "full of pep and vinegar",; they stand confidently behind the American B. H. S. Football schedule had One of the first requirements, \ .

on General Election Day that are satisfactory. Metal bar- flag-sure of shelter: confident of three square meals a day; already aware of their precious been completed. He added that before Army officials would even : ::1 (

[placed In separate boxes pro- heritage of "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of ,H ppiness," The Telegraph could& think of no better completion of the schedule bt such consider! talking turkey was the .

d I for that purpose. rels are readily accepted by the way to portray the spirit of Independence Day, July 4th, 1940, than to picture this happy group an early date resulted In nix home hardsui'facing of Road 68 which ; :

e> five commissioners, all of Loan Corporation, thus puttingthe i behind the comforting: folds of Old Glory. From left to right they are: Elizabeth ((10)), Julia games and only three way-front- will open up the vast sandhill areabetween : Ii
decided toe wooden barrel manufacturers' Road 48 and Keystone : i ft,.4
m \were present, Y. ,' Ellene ((6)), Agnes ((4)), Charles ((8)) Dud ((2), the youngest Lawson, walt seized byt, sudden' attack home games "And' the out of. Heights The fact that this work ,I ": '
Senator Hal of business. town names are on extiemely mitiBfnclory '
State out
Bradford County Rep- of camera-shyness J just before the picture was! taken. terms," Mr. Williams wait provided for so hastily has i r' I
et The stave mills have been fight here to :
cuuHt-il Interested parties
H. Inman tot said. All night events
games .
George 't
ntatlve "
5 for a ing the losing battle for the past 1 iind the schedule H HS follows: wonder whether or not it I I..* an : "
them August Road 13 DamageTo
t two years and the most recent No School Money Indication that Illandlng will betaken '1 tit
Need More
andt : .joI
of the proposition Date Where ,
ussion Opponent: Played
Is a ruling that -
about It In development prohibits I, Be Repaired I over by the Army, If such ::1 r
be done 27 Green Cove Here
t could loans at all to producers a deal Is In the cards, some enthusiasts i
1941 term of the State Legls- rosin not in metal barrels. I i Oct 4 Fla. Deaf.Dumb Here I I ,
on Badly-worn and coM-damnged& Bond Trustees have predicted" that the ;
The clerk was Instructed At MarketGentry For Oct. 11 \Yildwond Wildwood.
irt concerned. I Mr.. Smith stated that most' portions of Road 13 will soon' resulting development would It i1:',
the two men I Oct. 18 Alachua Here .
wtify I rosin produced in this countryIs undergo much-needed surface "double the size of Starke In no ,
e Board promptly refused anItr i exported and that the war Tells Rotarians treatment, according to news | Hoard Can't Divide Its Oct 25 Reddlck Here time at all." I ,

of only $25 for a satl fac.a'' has terminated all exports leaving Of Crowded Conditions dispatches from Tallahassee which Race Track Fund Nov Nov. 0 1 Hastings Jasper Hastings Here Two news dispatches, one from '

li or release of judgement on the government agency as the state that bids on this work were Member Tell Committee Nov 15 Holies Jax. Tallahamce and one from Washington ''i; I. r,

00 judgement It has against only! source of revenue for rosin. | On Platform Here received Thursday of last week Nov. 22 Palatka Here both under date of June ;l, l ;

Studatill, one of the bonds- Reviewing the history of the McClane by the State Road Department It The School Board. at its meeting 27. carried the glad tidings concerning
Mandell'Siobyi Tr: K Jr, new president The above nine-game schedule i
it tat the famous was Included In a total of $992- here Monday Road 68. The Tallahassee t
mllf here, Mr.: Smith explainedthat the courthouse
of the Rotary Club of In one
leaves the
tenth open.Principal'
i, The offer was made through 606 worth of work being put game ( ) Item stated that bids had j
nand Martin Plant City at- his mill was brought here Starke, presided at the regular, month. refused a plea from the Williams said, "and I t
under this been received. by the State Road ;
from Watertown, Florida and set i luncheon of the organization Wed- way County Bond Trustees for fundsto after we play this schedule wean I
-ys. were as Road 68 from Gold
The projects on
up on Its present site during the 'npsday, County agent here for assist the Trustees In main : have our pick of opponentsfor I.
_rini the afternoon the Board follow: lead Branch State Park to Road
? of 1930. The first bar- '
the past four years, Mr. McClane taining the county roads and the last game"
t briefly as a Board of Equal- rels manufactured in the Road 13 Duval, Clay and, Bradford 48. The Item from Washington
were civic
has taken an active part in bridges. H, D. May of Theressa,
In .
this schedule the
_n with L. L. Conner as chair- !I Counties reworking widen arranging said that WPA offices there hadapproved
of 1931 and during that few before
spring affairs, and Is one of the who represented the Trustees
la to hear from W. freeze-dam- Principal had one eye on the a project for construction
a complaint the mill its ing and retreiiillng because
year enjoyed great Rotarians to have the distinctionof the Board was told that
i Athletic Association debt of
over of Road 68 from Orange
Smith of the Starke Maxvilleand
owner between
est of prosperity by manufacturing aged conditionof
period attendance since of the financial
,, 100 percent
1000 and it Is brlleved the -
season's The
he Mill. Mr, Smith objected I'ark to Keystone Heights.
74,797 barrels. In 1935 the club was organized here. K.L. Lawtey the Board It would be unable
will take pf
proceeds care allotment was $241,910.
the use of the 1939! assess- business was still good and 66- ; Matthews is vice-president and Road 13, Bradford County reworking -I to "assist the Bond Trustees this I this entire figure, which Includes Federal
|nt on Ms mill as a basis for 173 barrels made but since and retreading School Hoard Another Washington dispatch
were Jos, f;. Wilson will continue his widening year Last year the ii sizeable amount left over from
1 1940 assessment as he has has sections from I of dated July 1 stated that Presidential
[ that time the yearly figure duties at secretary. Retiring freeze-damaged gave the Trustees $2,400 five when football was
years ago
n forced to close the mill declined and this year only 4,979 president Is R. F. Clark;; vice- Starke to north end of Hamptoncutoff. Us share of the race track funds. temporarily abandoned at I). H approval of the project had"

laps for good, because rosin barrels were sold, and on May 21 president L. A. Davis [ The three members of the 3. under the prlnclpleshlp of L. been given with. "unusual peed

,ducers have abandoned the use the mill was run for the last ; of the The Road Department announced Board, J, II. Moore, E. J. Lewis A., because the road "Is considered
J. Gentry manager
In view
wooden barrels In favor of time and shut down perhaps for Market here Tuesday that M. J. Car- and S. E. Sparks, unanimously of military Importance
State Farmers' gave The team this will have to be
tal drums I year the training program conducted -
ever.In. of Lee burg was apparent low agreed to have extensive repairs
successful roll
a resume of the highly few playing uniforms, Mr. Williams "
at Blanding.
No one else objected to theo Road 13 made to Bradford High School Camp
the 'nine active years of its produce season that Is now drawing bidder on hnrd-surfacing said and.I the new type helmet -
assessments and the Baldwin and to the Ilrooker Junior High Congressman R A, Green, home
Equal- between -
life, the mill had a total payrollof i to a close. He stated that in Duvul County will be used These cover
s adjourned until Tuesday, of and the Duval-Nansau County I School. No action was taken during through the Fourth of July. Tuesday -
$134.685, or an average conditions on the platform are the forehead down to the eyebrows
ly 9, at 9 o'clock a, m. Att about $15,000 per year paid to'', already over-crowded and urged line. This Is the last lap of theuncompleted the meeting changing the ( and also extend partiallyver expressed an opinion that
t time dates of these or of Blundlng will eventually develop
< other complaints will stretch of this Important opening any
alone. The em- behind a movement
to get '
employees Rotarians the neck In back and can
heard and Ifmed I Ii the other county schools Into a regular Army post. II
: ployes an average of 20 every for enlarging the present highway. tiaidly be dented with a hammer,
fair, will be | (Continued on page eight) In statement prepared for the
made. a
while about More than $300- ,
it usually
i day runs, i i platform apace. It was explained. They are lined
The remainder of the Board 25 more are employed to cut and 000 worth of produce was handled Inside with sponge rubber and, Telegraph Mr. Grren said:

tint was more or less routine. haul wood to keep the saws sup- I, at the market this season, 'Mr. make football absolutely safe as "I have conferred personally

lo ance was made to Mrs plied.In. I i Gentry said He stated that Cost Of Loafing' Goes Up far all head Injuries ore con- with. the Wur Department on a

Raulmon! I number of occasions, and twice
57 for month
$4 a all, during the past nine growers are generally planning erned.'

Rosa Williams at $4 per month, years, the mill has spent over I larger acreages of all crops for Callstreet FindsIng I Football hal experienced' a very recently, urging official to
f Mae Russell that I Calvin lease or purchase", an additional
was given $5 $175.000 in Bradford County if next season and emphasized phenomlnul revival at Bradford
!l let l adjacent to the National
will be 100,000 acres
assistance, Thomas O'Neal Insurance, present platform space
labor, trucks gasoline : High School and In Starke In
allowed M a month, $15 was !I Inadequate If they do. morning Calvin Cull- to borrow another two bits Guard reservation, and to
and other local items of mill expense wholly Monday past year, largely because of the
I'en to Dan Starling for hosW are included. I I Members of the club asked Mr, street (Carolyn's good-for-noth. from Carolyn to get through the \ fact that a brilliantly lighted enclosed there train at least one or more

expanses of Edwin Starling, Gentry to prepare estimates of ing brother) rose late as usual I, day If this sort of thing kept stadium with seats" and streamlined divisions of the regular
mill had the
d ;KM The local stave of expansion. after bum up. I Army (A division consists of t
paid to the Boree the cost necessary and strolled downtown parking space was constructed
"Tel I Home on the burial ex- distinction of being the largest ming a buck from his hardworking Ha was mighty glad to find that during the summer of 1939 for 4,000 men), '

> of Joe Carter stave mill In the business with a I Graham School sister games of pool were still exempt: night games. "The War Department advisesme

I Allowances were refused to W. capacity of 700 barrels per day, He had not troubled his mindto (being lens than 20c), but when that the 37,000 acres now held

Cmce. R D. Stokes, Mrs. Mr. Smith added "The only hope Dedicated Last Week make plans for the day, but he shuffled up to the box officeof Schools f by the National Guard would be

I w. Mrs, Cora Strickland, and that the wooden stave barrels II would subconsciously follow his the Ritz and plunked down a Berry adequate only for existing plans

"k James R. R. Thede was will make a comeback lies in the Dedication, ceremonies for the usual routine: First a dope anda I, quarter, George Manassa promptlyheld Started MondaySix for 4,000 National Guard thin

1d J5 for groceries to Mrs. direction of continued war and i new Behoof building at Graham of cigarettes at the up three fingers. fall. Therefore, It will be necessary -

llie Collier, held Thursday afternoon of package ? You wanna nine white to have more land The department -
but Mrs. Collier'sPlication defense preparation he went on. I were I store; then a few game of "What'sa matta of the county's
for assistance wasn "Now it might be that the gov- 1 last week with a small but enthusiastic I II pool to kill time until the matinee be xcused or sumpln?" Calvin schools opened. for the 1940-41 promised to send a

over to Commissioner P. D ernment will need metal so badly crowd enjoying dinner flicker at the Rlt*. Perhaps, if growled In his customarily "plea- term Monday, in accordance with group of inspectors (Army officers I

dish for Investigation. that they won't want to let It be I on the school grounds and a could borrow Carolyn's car for sant" manner. the decision the School Hoard ) to weigh suitability for regular

L Because of Insufficient funds used to make rosin barrels when short program of speaking. he an hour or $a. he'd buy a coupleof "The new Federal tax, you made at Its June 19 meeting. They Army training and the possibility

""Iva Sullivan, school cafe- the wooden ones are just as good Main feature of the day was gallons of gas and run out to know!" George: shouted throughthe are Hampton Lawtey. Vanderbilt i for obtaining additional .

rta SUpervisor was refused a and better. If they do this we'll an informal talk by Judge Ad- the lake for an afternoon dip. port hole in the plate glass Graham, Rising, and Hell- land.

I amount for traveling ex. have a market for wood barrels kiDS In which he reviewed Incidents Later he'd cap off the day with a front. bronn. I, "I assured them they could r
of his early education In a "Aw, nuts!" said Calvin, and
In making her calls. again." bottle of beer. 1 These schools start early so have the existing State Park
dally I
Ie rural school and expressed appreciation read the newspapers bounced another nick Ie on the students will be free to help during
Thornton was removed No disposal of the Idle mill has Calvin doesn't I reservation there free of charge
for what those years marble slab. He had already
the of Joe In the
Smith the exception the strawberry season
Pauper with
Roll having re been decided upon, Mr. facilities Mr. Carl
: believerIn and Its
Uy died buUt had meant to him. No and the lead stories on spent two of the four pennies t spring I use
stated, and a fence is being much "consolidation," Palooka from cent of Ocala (member of the
change Carpenterll-One
TIle I too naturally he Ray
Clerk out Intruders page Starke High School. Brooker
the sporting
was Instructed around It to keep advantages : '
to In. dwelled on the for box of matches, and another
> Judge Adkins what It's all about a will State Park Board) was present
Miss Clare S. until such time as It Is either Individual doesn't know I School and New River School
Hogan and small classes and for postcard to
Georgia; used or converted. W P. -and doesn't much care. a penny 'open Monday, August 0, as will at one meeting and assured us .
Hammond of the Junked, instruction. scribble a few lines to some girl '
OIIIet\'I\ Work Jr.. manager of the mill, all Therefore, his first surprise the county's colored schools. that this would and could boI
P.\ Division of the Smith. Among those present were when be called for : he'd met in a Jacksonville Jook
to the meeting Tuesday stated that It could possibly be of the school dis- the day came done If desired."I .

r mine the for a discussion concern. converted to a regular saw because mill trict three: trustees F. T. Abernathy, Llge a pack and of handed Dominoes Rosewell at Carpenters Noegela -, Joint.After the show f li was still hot New Help Hired told them about water facilities "I ,

ilia, Bradford County sewing but this was unlikely timber to Strickland and Jeff Davis. dime. as blue blazes so Calvin ambled By SuperintendentDr. already in existence (capable -

there was no suitable penny." said around to the house. Luck was of serving 6,000 p.rson8),
96 supply a saw mill in this part of 1 I Cooks May Move Roswell"Gimme-not quite so polite as with him. Carolyn! was wateringthe W. E. Mlddleton, now In and sewage system, buildings etc. ., ;

FrigO Injured the country. 1I I usual-but then Calvin does get back lawn and had carelesslyleft his second month as Superintendent "My conclusion Is that the de-

See Cook Brothers Store north of terrible pest at times. the keys to her car on the of Public Instruction made partment I la deeply Interested and .

flow)Frigo, formerly of Lawtey Orange Blossom Reopens:I Starke on Road 13 will probablyhave to be What a faw* You nuts ?" ball table. Calvin simply got In several clerical change In his office I have been unofficially advised I.

road patrol deputy to a new location early next Calvin. and drove off. Why take chanceson staff this week. Charles that Inspection 1* being made by )"
) Sweat The Orange Blossom Cafe near and copartner growled for the car when his looking toward :,.
11 SeX of Duval and year Earl Cook, manager Uncle Sam. National defense asking Hardy of Brooker was added to Army officers
8 Painfully injured the corner of Walnut. Street \ of the store, said this "For New Federal tax," explained sister might refuse? the staff as helper and Mrs the possibility of establishment of I t. P'.t

sy afternoon In Jacksonville Road 28 will reopen today (Friday week. The projected site forth Roswell. "Don't you ever A few minutes later he pulled I Louise Warren secretary to the training for regular Army thla..: )

aotorcycle? Into ), Mrs. Titus Olson, owner store building Is across Road ?" Into Jack Edwards' service station I former Superintendent for several winter

'A'hlch waa aid to have said Wednesday. The Cafe has the Farmers' Market read the papers to end growled. "Gimme a and opinion that t
two 13 from '"Naw;' paid Calvin too lazy years, has resigned.The "It II I my hope I
aerlce GUt In front of him from been closed for the past Just north of Hege's Station and a and grudgingly handingover coupla gallons." besides Mr. this will develop Into a regular a
,, remodeling other helper
months undergoing of brick Is alreadyon argue Jack started to pull the old I have f.
Viruent9' wa ,taken> I sizable pile another nlckle. He pocketed U Miss Frances Peek. Army post eventually k
h The new arrangements will not to do Hardy **
Work "Whatcha tryla
Ho..piui and the and repair the location. cents change and gag 150 month. had considerable encouragement
four will be paid per
eltttlit of hIs injuries have improve the appearanceand begin for several months, how- hi* something about hav- (Continued on_ page eight) They ,ti I Ij
Olson t
Mrs. : grumbled
of the cafe !
!f announced, lily hands service ever, Cook stated. j '
-wy cut In the crash. said. I 1 t

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t Bradford Politics Hasn't Changed Much Good Advice For Kingsley

m FLORIDA I eN14HLIGIS. yNaat'Pert rQt I Lake
Mass Meeting Of
.. ftiiiHiM''**". r* Since The

NOTION'S GREATEST Telegraph l Is indebted to''r exhibited a determination to dom-of
inate and .rule another portion
t Mr. Archibald Johns for bring-
BREEDING U/fiTZ&S ing In a relic of the Interesting the county without regard to the
handbill -
past days of Starke-a small wishes or Interest- The
JACKSONY/uE YPQ T FOil i3LAcg i n'SSEVDANGERED' handbill advertising a mass meet- further charged that "-

Ing held here Saturday, September -II schemes of political bargain and I
/ entered Into
18. 1886! intrigue had ? r
I Mr. Johns who owns one of by this sectional faction with as- I
election -
of other
found piring men
iIR/OG6 ONCE FAMOUS ;o.eTS the oldest homes in ,+
form coalitions -
to cen
in the county
the yellowed "dodger" go-
and combinations by *
old boxes In
ing through some
MD /JI1SS; NOIU.ACES SEI2/0US' ouanQIV'OF whereof "-sectional bitterness "
\ which things were packed awayat means
THIS SPLeNOID tUORLD -FRH10US I, and strife are engendered ,
his house. roe
\ GAME f/Sh mHO r/ieou6/f ARE aQQP A&r/Y1rl&S- OFSEHERS V'RlU Judging from the general tone -" therefore the meeting for, f:
I the
September 18 was called for
of the handbill. It seems f
m. r0 0J&JG SIN S oye.e QI9S'SSP,9tUNING of "-selecting candidates Y
there :
even In those early days purpose
COVE I 6.eQUNQ Par&NTRUY'OISTieDYNO were cries of "dirty politics" and suitable to represent the

' SARINGS MIJUONS' OF F/SNf all was not "sweetness and county-". t, \"if'

when voters gathered lIght"j The handbill concluded thusly: .

WO&7HfflUIONS the polls. "Addenda.-Since the above res- P
It was announced that at a I
olutlons were passed the committee r
t previous meeting held In the Red I
TO Men's hall on September 11, Is further Informed that

THIS HUH iONIOR "-a large and enthusiastic meet- neither the presiding officer nor I

Oh YOUJDPIlONIRITED ae Ing of citizens" had passed a the Secretary of the County Convention ,

resolution condemning the action; held at Lake Butler on R Y

TO SE/NERS y' of the Democratic County Con- I September 9. 1886 was a delegateto frr

n ( pRl/Jr DURING THE vention in nominating candidatesfor I the Convention, nor In any

ClOseD I.1RS'S' r the lower house of the State sense was either a member of

I r ( GDINSIASON Legislature. the Convention and therefore
INO In the opinion of the committee there was no Convention legitimately -

De.e7'DPIlGsave de (Thos. E. Bugg, chairman; R. L. organized and the action

Z e'' Sparkman, N. J Jones) It was of the body is binding on no one."

p tiLfz9 ONe OP OUe stated that "-there was a mani- What lesson do we learn from

FIwe5TNArtiaAL festation In that convention which this ghost of a day now 54 years Now that "summer Is icumen In" watch out for

shows conclusively that the dele- gone by? Just this: That stylesIn a recent Issue of Good Housekeeping. Wear the sun,
HSSGrS, THrE FIGHTING gates of a portion of the county I everything else may change, sun glosses to i
lines and
squint to
protect lashes
glgCK94SS e9NNUALLY constituted a faction that was but men and politics stay the your and eyebrow, v
nrr.tZAcrs rNOUSANOS OF" actuated by a sectional spirit and same. tanning preserve your hair with a turban wound round

.sPO.eTSMEN nJ T ORIDH YET n- head, and naturally a sunburn preventive to keep lovely)

ENJOYS NO P peOTe&TION TH6S1 fresh your skin. Of course no real Kingsley Lake

:JOHNS JeIV6.e NOAlTN OF Y(7 US/A With 10,000 Pilots Already Trained bothered with such tedious details-but It's still fan

s9R BY/UNue couf/ness iris THOVMWOS 7WNENMS6NES OURNd3Fja1gV I CAA Plans For 45,000 More During Year just the same. goOd

,.,..".., THE &&G6PIA/G S8HSOIV
National defense in the field of prepared for Immediate action.''
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.....- .. J SubscriptionRecords
There was a time just a few yean ago But that does not prevent the commercial fish aviation was already being By now, nine thousand studentsin She Changed Ta

wlien abase enthusiast could run out on the ermen from dragffino their nets over the spawnIng strengthened by the Roosevelt ad- 435 colleges will have com- Broken

St. John river 'most anywhere between Jacksonville beds in the shallow waters ol the St. Johns. ministration even before the pres- 72 pleted class a ground hours school and a course primary of During MayOne

and Lake George and nice Even if do ent emergency arose. Looking at
capture a the not bootleg the bass they haulIn flight training of from 35 to 50
Irinff( of the fighting fish. That time Is cone. they kill many of them and they destroy the future the Civil Aeronautics hours. In addition, 750 studentsin of the best subscription

Most of the unhappy anglers who go out to countless millions ol their eggs by breaking up Authority had established a planfor 75 non-college units will have months in recent years was enjoyed -

(he grass beds. now come back with nothing.uly the beds. The Florida legislature has designated training pilots which has completed simillar courses I I by the Telegraph during
disappointment and wrath turned out 9,810 pilots alreadythis I :May when 132 subscribers,
smouldering new
a the St. Johns river as salt water fromIts With that good start I Between June 15 and September -
under the surface because of the realization that mouth to Volusla Bar. This is a fake basedon year. and old, paid up for their paper. .
and with the current. enlarged defense 1. 1940, the Civilian Pilot
lie (fighters have been We are proud of our continually-
treat slaughtered. an untruth. It was done to avoid the plain program in view, RobertH. I.
ildiiflitered, in seines, sold fora of the Training Program will give primary growing list of subscribers and
| pittance duty legislators, and that was to protect Hlnckley Chairman of the
pure (fold bartered off as dross. It Is a moral the fresh water fish that live In this great Authority, has announced plansto training to 15,000 pilots. will make every efort to give

crime ever to drug a seine tlirougU the spawning stream. Not only the sportsmen but all Florida : provide for the primary training This Instruction will be identical them a readable Interesting

beds of these noble fighting fish. The few people who have sense enough to comprehendthe of 45,000 more pilots by July with that given during the past "I paper.Mrs. s
paltry dollar tii.it the commercial fishermen 1 1941. I I John Browning J. D. + 1t
Immense riches represented by the line game school year and will consist of the t (
by selling these fish for. food Goodman, Is!. R. Judd Geo. In-
garner constitutea "The Civil Aeronautics
fish -
of this state, must see to It that the next same ground course of 72 hours I
mere mess of pottage for which the state Is can undertake this task at man, Nat Williams, Leroy Nor-
legislature changes this law. The and flight of 35
day must course to 50
selling a valuable part of Its birthright. After such short notice," said Chair- man, Mrs. Eunice Snoden, Tru-

many years of elfort, the sportsmen and other come and should come soon, when no seine man Hlckley "because we are already hours. In addition the Authority man Norman, E. J. Raulerson,

intelligent/ Floridians were able to get the Florida will be permitted anywhere In the fresh waters mobilized to do so. During plans, this summer, to extend

legislature to outlaw the sale of black bass. of Florida where our famous game fish abound. the past year the Civilian Pilot secondary Instruction of 45 additional Vance Russ, Mrs. Evie Johnson, I Where are the blonde i

Training Program operated with L. Crawford, Talmadge Kelly,I teryear? They'ie 'dyeing
-- hours to
... .' flying 1,000 students -
'i.' thorough effectiveness in 550 Jake Sapp, L. B. Alvarez, E. A. one by one, and the reason
the'actual who have
Hope For Great Britain sia's coup In axis Rumania.reaction to Rus-I centers State in distributed the nation.through Alaska every, their elementary training.already During Winkler, Mrs. A. H. Harley, P.|I lady enormous above popularity-film acres of the H,

I ,. the fall semester of the coming M. Norman Jr. Miss Anna
This Is true, at least: Should Hawaii and Puerto Rico. At s.1 I marr. Her raven tresse
Seen Russia's ActionBy and fail i school year, 15,000 additional primary Larson, J. C. Davis Russell
Germany Italy to crush these centers more than 500 small pilots will be trained. Three Norman revolutionized ideas of bea

England before Winter comes to commercial aviation operators are thousand o f those Guy Sale N. D. Wainwright, this country, and the says

( Kirk L. Simpson, Associated should bolster her chances of her aid it could strongly influ- I already organized to furnish q passed the primary training who have will Sr., T D. Dyal, W. L. Andrews j I Is that "Gentlemen prefer 1
Press Writer ence Russia's role. If Moscow thoroughly proven course of -but only when there a
fly- 1
) until .
I holding out Spring.By foresaw then of ulti- be given secondary instruction. Floy Thomas, Mrs. S. Tison, Mrs.
a possibility brunettes
Ing instruction. Facilities for I around.
Two factors In the that time, buttressed by her During the'spring semester the I C; A.
Important mate British victory. ,. It might complete ground school Pringle, E M. Johns; P. S.
own and French overseas resources Instruc-j calls '
present European situation are I well lead to a Russian change of I tion are immediately program for training 15,000 Crews, H A Lawson. Miss Frances IS Ol KM Of- tl'PMCtTI
casting shadows over the future -and with those of the more primary pilots and 5,000 FOIl 'I"\\; HMDNOTICH
front, despite non-belligerent commitments 435 colleges and universities and I Strickland, W S.'Johns D. Leiter-
neutral world to.call upon so longas secondary pilots. The IS HHRBBT <
for and in
Germany Italy even the British holds the' to Berlin.Italy's in 75 communities where lastyear's man H. J. Thomas Mrs. Huldah That I.. their hour of victory over continental -, navy primary and secondary courses, Certificate >;o .".1 i >( Au
France. t seas-British air power could be entrance Into the war as training was conducted on which will give trainees minimum Corpenlng J. C. Yarbrough, R. R. U20 and Oitlfhati I 1 Nn,
brought close to German-Italian Germany's partner has certainlynot a non-college basis. I of 80 hours a -, Grlffls, Mrs Nancy Keene R. July 4, 1927, 1111> tiled ald
Of most Immediate are considered I tl..te" In ny, anti and ni<
consequenceto strength. It Is that moment to been a welcome developmentto "All of these groups have been equivalent to the Army and Weeks Dr. L. H. Jennings A'I fur tax d..d Fiance's forsaken ally, Eng- which Britain's war secretary, Russia. She has reached out thorougly trained in the required primary Navy non L Rose Mrs R. M. thereon In R<,-ivclums wI ll!]
land is the indicated of training flight Instruction I D. L. KiteM.. Hold certificate inhratf I
escape in L. Thnmnonn
now the Baltic and Balkan T
the bulk of the French fleet from Anthony looking forward Eden must In his have forecast been th..I.... -........ tn. _1ft"MJ "n.m..u..'.. uu_ ........n..... ..........'Government tlon standards procedure.and in In measuresfor instruc-. spectlvely.stages- of 65 and---,- 72. .hr.ii.-a._-.- ."*>.- Wasdln. J: H.: Wainwright,-Robert lowing In Bradford described County I ,iiroptrir\Florid

the,..axis -clutch. The- fact.. that I not only of successful British defense wants. Insuring safety in this type Over and above this I L Green, Ralph Nettles, Mrs. W. wit snt ot EoCW'', Sec I 1'I
neuner nome nor rerun: has but of ultimate British attack Realigned with Britain and of aviation. We know this organ- at the creation programaimed H. Nollman, W. C. Ward, L. R. R.. 23'' E., .0 .\<'re., I In en
claimed its surrender, or Internment of a reservoir -,, Green, Mrs. under Certificate No; W.: a
ization is Homer Stearns
on her axis foes. threatening Germany and Italian efficient. This year's of M.
lends new pilots. Chairman W'fl of :Si1of; :SEta; Sec ]
color to
mounting Indications Relative air equality with Germany war and food resources. Russia graduates have been pronounced, Henckley announced that B Futch Mrs. N. T. Green J. 8 S H. 22 No. SO A.mi. to ."<
that France's navy, and could be a powerful factor to up- by Independent inspectors, to be Authority the E. Sullivan Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs. under certificate" No 222 '
plans to !
The it P
her colonies, are still In the fight.If coupled with British sea- "salvage" the S. asseaameal
set axis victory hopes. Her decision far above the average of civiliansof experience of thousands F. Morgan L. A. Davis J. M. under the mild/, "'erllfleatel, ,
that to be the would mean just that butit of civil- Norman. Mrs. were In the natn" R' ''"lnlwit
proves fact and the fate of England I equal flight experience trainedby Ian pilots who had begun W. C. demons O. : Certificate No; 252 *.'
It lessens to a definite degree the Is conceivable only if Britaincan and the British Empire, may turn usual methods of Instruction. careers at their flying J. Phillips J. c. Harrell, Susie Bed In the name of I'nkno.
odd against which Brltlan must endure the months Just own expense but I Hazzard J. Certificate No 22:? WAS In tli
on the developments of the battleof During almost an entire year of who for one reason or A. Chesser, J. W I of J. E Futth.
fight for her life. ahead. The crisis of the battleof Britain during the weeks or intense flying activities once regarded have allowed their another Padgell Council GrlffLs, J. M. Unless said c rtlfkat'i/h
Even more distasteful, perhaps, Britain must come within months between pilots' certl- Conner W. A. Beasenl I redeemed according tc' If
and as
now the inherently hazardous, tiflcates to lapse.Typewriter Jr., R. deed will |Issue thi-mnn on today ":
to both Berlin and Rome Is the weeks. Germany canot risk delay. coming of Winter. only one student has been lost R. Andrews, O. C. Cason, L. I* of July WO .
certain fact that Rusala has Russia's move to dismember in an aircraft accident. This Conner, D. ::1.. GrlffLs. Minnie Dated this f91d ) "' J-

served notice that she proposes to Rumania has another disquieting No Cause For Complaint mobilized organization Is fully for sale the ribbons or all kinds Brown E. C, Johns E. L. L.// D.(OFFICIAL 1940 SI3AM A. J.Jl
satisfy her own Imperial ambitions Implication for the axis allies. It I Telegraph office. V. F. Manning. Jim Jon_ a. _M_. _. Clerk of Circuit urn t.".?:
n. County FloridaIN
In her Moscow'spistolpoint means that Russia obviously disturbed Sullivan
own way. This week thanks to contemplated J. W. Robinson, W. H.
demands on Rumania by the swift and stunning Edwards. Jr., .
Mallory (
were timed to compel German- German victory over France, 'has government levies for the THE POCKETBOOK A. Fischer Mrs.\ Carlos Thomas Lee W.I : FOil THE (HIt.Un'oll.'OIn J"1/. t 0','

Italian acqulscence as well as Rumanian set out to take advantage of the purpose, the question of national Merrill C. Fulch, Mrs. F'.onU" I
A. '
Notice IM I1prel K"11.
acceptance.The continuing war preoccupation of defense became every citizen's KNOWLEDGE Johns R. L. Kemp, Leslie McClel- guardian of llalnh I I'' H"lI'
the axis allies and of the wide Tips Nellie B U.nloll'wu' and
last thing Germany wants concern. For to help finance the lan Mrs. J. s. Kimball, A. L. A. Hemingway '''I h ''nd'wilt '
la a war In the Balkans from dispersion of German air and Crosby Leonard Kinchen on July Kth !IW. II''
approved $4,300,000,000 S. G
which she draws heavily for food army might In conquered regions. preparedness Denmark 1 Mrs. W. the County Jml", "'

stocks and oil. Italy Is still the In the Baltic Russia has already program the government D. W. Starling, D. L.H.Whltehurst! Newsom. county ale for auth snd IIprivate ) dame' ',;

"prisoner of the Mediterranean" strengthened her hold to- proposes to Impose new taxes on K. L. Reddish eral Interest of .ior > ,'
John Hagan, E In and t" '". :'\"I"1crlbed "
despite the fall of continental morow she may turn on Finland commodities approximating $700- : tn. I E. Waadin. Earl Cook, Mrs. Errol .. lute In th'Hd'"
France. Her whole attention must even Sweden, to establish herself fur'6rarRAL Alvarez, Florida, to wit .
000,000 for the Mrs Cella '
annually next five 9HERMAN Jones Fred LotK 8 >i HI *
be devoted to her own affairs more firmly on that German TREI Francis wnn h ;""'
The lARaesr IN Tat Jr., Mike Maruca Inal nf "s4
years. step will Immediate Helen '
there as Germany's must be to flank with Its vttaly necessary permit ? VWORLP Hunter Mrs. South 62'4' feet "" .Rld 81
CONTAIN CHOU8M M. Leviton V In Sec. 28, *""'
D Trap
German in the national |
the battle of Britain. access to Swedish Iron WOOD TO SUIIO Cherry J. T. 22 Haul.
War In ,the Balkans par- ore In Rumania she Is moving to debt from the present U .OOO.- goo piw,/eawlMOIfff Colley JhttM-Quigley Mrs W. A. !MTH. Nellie L Bmi tell 1

ticularly In Rumania would create no less powerful a lever- 000,000 to 49000000000. Just TNe arreMIW. ': .,. Seymour__ Earl as ituardlan. -;

gravely menace hopes of the age with respect to GermanItalian how these taxes will be ImposedIs 1f I e.Kalch.6.arradine.J. G. Davidson, Miss. L.Ethel R. r
aida allies for a swift conclusion oil life lines. Stone,
not decided yet. But tenta- c Roy Mathews, C. B. Cannon -
to their fight with Britain. If Moscow may be equpptng her- Mrs. Lettie
England can endure Nazi massedair self to dicker with the victor In tive plans call for a 1 percent Holtzendorf. Rosa Stilley Mae W. T

attacks or repell Invasion for the continuing war, whether It be boost in Income and certain ex- Mrs. Anna Baxter Norman,
three months her chances of the axis allies or Brltlan. It Is cise payments. In addition there holtz, R A. :NeW8mA.. Buckles Spon- .

turning the tables on her foes noteworthy that there have been Is contemplated substantial increases Mrs. Annie E. Ward Bill ,

would be vastly Improved. The Intimations of British-Russian un- In liquor, cigarette tire I Harriet Benson. Mrs. Plummet -

arrival of Winter bringing Incle- dercover exchanges since the fall and gasoline tolls. While there Blanchard. Joe Griffls. A. M. '0 r

ment fogs about her shores, of France. That casts doubt on Is bound to be criticism of the ffADIOA Brlnson Mrs M. E. Sr.Murrheei T. A.

measure In some quarters fair- I % Louisa Johnson, F, A.
minded Americans will realize NOW MCAW DIRECT ANO
I that an equal distribution of this Joe rrott 300.000 aA/fL4A 1 VMTIREg
LEAMINGTONN. burden Is the only logical solu- Now eoLo TO DECKLEEDGEOWEDDING

tion to the problem. It shouldbe Af o w0a0(

E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard remembered too by those who -=. cost THEIR i M.HIMTMV HEALTH-
AII'11 ; AUaoreoiPa
pay that the question of additional
Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay armament is one that conditions 711'e/ ao M.uuyr : The Mongol*--when travelling Invitations

Opposite Union Bus Station beyond our national con- MIrAtTOo4t/ carry dried milk. Mixed with w.MWaoeae.saeab
trol have thrust upon us-that I water, It serves a* foal Tb.. aeons eatitdAte w U

MIAMI FLORIDAOne the situation has no American Pure, rich milk-high 1n food bar* *rr nun are,e*
political significance at all. .lu-a. delivered d
On dally to your 11 4 V set nero.lat
Block:: From Shopping District And Amusements the: other hand compared with door by our sanitary dairy it Is 80 ..tmre4 Oaalaettaeeaa

the enormous obligations that the best known bodybuJldlal'I. $1.13. 50

SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER warring nations face, we can con f'- Keep the little tot fit by aaaeaaeaaaadI er>rapiessi t a.iu
giving sell 011.1. tnN
sider ourselves fortunate IndeedIf them
Single Room with Rath Double plenty of OUR milk
-91.50; Room with Bath-$2.00
we can escape embroilment tNMrgIcANIONUR4 LCARNtO Tb [M1tO'IMNl IN' 41'TIN CAN -denwod It at your grocers.PETERSON'S .
MIAMI'S MOST the European conflict for such TWO rOUO/N\HXTfH PATVMAO IN 'r,4U W[*t T py INOUeTsy sINC IMCRAsfp 4'2 y :
HOTEL comparatively moderate sum. Inl) sY BUFFALO 60i NO,Mya0ai y BRADFORD COCA

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A Sight For Sore Eyes Voters To Decide HAMPTON Hitler Faces Mammoth Task :!,I

6 Proposed ChangesIn By Miss Ada Nlraroo
In Handling His Captured AreasBy
State Constitution The Hampton Junior High
K School opened here Monday witha LOUIS F, KEEMLE 150000000. : t!

yr, t '16? ,rot I Activity In behalf of a seventh good attendance The teachers United Press Analyst The task would be tremendous ., 't Vf, :

Supreme have all I had several years ex since it would Involve one of the '
Court Justice is the beginning Adolf Hitler rapidly Is gettingto
I of what may develop into perience here except one, Mrs the point where he should greatest If not the greatest policing 'IT. t'
1 ; I Lois Mayei. of Starke but she Is have his hands full operations In all history;
lively campaigns for ana against an experienced teacher, and comesto the feeding of millions 'of home- J '
,ir J 1ti six proposed constitutional It Is difficult to see how he
j amendments us
highly ,
t recommended. less! persons; a reorganization of : !
'sn' j to be placed before the pea I The outlook for a prosperous can envisage any effective move, the economic life of all the con '
; ple in the November general election. economic or otherwise, against !
school year Is very promising quered powers and vast problem ,
( Americas in the near future. .
of reconstruction of war-torn
The Rev. C. A. Warren will Consider these figures: j 4 r
I The Florida State Bar Association -I preach at the areas. f ,
Baptist Church next r ,
has taken
has named a committee to Sunday morning and evening. over nine Italy, of course would be of 4 I
2 advocate before the public the countries during the past year. I
Subject at 11 o. m. will be "The some assistance to the Germans
need for another justice! to They have a combined popula I ''
speedup but Its not
Despensatlon of God." Subject resources are great. ,
the 'I tion of more than 100,000.000 ,
work of the court A simIlar "I
"art ,, : sit r r: proposal was defeated in- for the evening will be "Is This people and an area of more than A parallel might be drawn by "
( p The Last War-\\hy1" 500.000 miles.If recalling what Japan has fdundIn
1932. square
44 : Another proposed amendment I I I M. 1. Watterson and son, Fred- Britain should be added to China. The Japanese Empirehas ;f.f.r, I
rick, were shopping' In Jackson a dependable population of I'
the lint the combined
would eliminate all ad valorem! ville last Friday. populationof about 80.000OOO-about the same l'it "
taxes for State purposes. The I I! conquered nations would be as Germany" That population ')r l'; ,
1939 I Mrs. J. c. Priester and little more than 140.000.000 and the
Legislature decided to
pres- daughter of has undertaken to conquer and 'f 1
ent the question to the electorate Powhattan. La., spent total land area nearly 600,000
administer China with a population
'tPH after voting down an amendment: the week here with her .sister and square miles. I 'tit,
brother of some 300000000. So far a '
In law
to do with all ad i M.r. and l Mrs. Ger- Should of the
away valorem any colonial
j i ald Adklns. I after nearly three years of war, .j > ,
|! levies. j possessions of Britain Prance Japan has not succeeded because (< >

i Opponents claim ado p t i lon'I Miss Helen Adkins returned to I Holland Belgium, or the other of the sheer numbers of t h a ',,' ; '
w ehr I means a sales tax, while proponents I her home here Sunday after I conquered powers, be added to Chinese. Long lines of communication I ,' .]

say Florida's tax system spending ler some time in Lake But- this vast total the German problem the necessity' of spreading: :;,1;
needs a thorough revision. i with friends and relatives would appear almost beyond their forces over tremendous LL I !I''
a ,. ra I Mrs. J, D. }tarns. solution. "
I A third amendment would nail' Louise arena, economic dislocations and
; .. .. I down the present method of distributing I Harris and Master Doyle Harrelson The German population on financial problems, have proven :;
4 race track tax revenue''' of Atlantic Beach spent' Sun- which Hitler can depend Is prob- Insurmountable obstaclea i|

Y I equally among counties. Statutes ,, day here with Mr. and Mrs Rome ably not more than 80000000. I tf\ ".
as, Ir D ... ... ,. providing that counties share i This means that 80.000,000 U'ANTKOVe: pay So per \ 'I it I ,
K4 g: ee, wr. it? alike were attacked in the courts I Miss Betty Rose Griffin of Germans must undertake to keep pound l for bolli-fl cotton rag [ii'\jI .

last year and representatives from I I Tampa Is spending some time conquered populations totalling meeting our approval. No but ''I' j i r 'frtonx

counties which do not have rac- here with her aunt, Mrs. Dora more than 100,000,000 In line I I, or ..lei' pantBradford .1, ':'l ,.
ing proposed the amendment as a Taylor. The number may run as high as County Telegraph.. I', j,

means of insuring future revenue ,": "
The court attack was dropped :
A fourth proposition calls for I'I'" f,('

the creation of a Stateparole 1 / JUST THINK i
commission empowered to grant "

prisoners paroles and conditional "
releases. The commission would ;

fr ', take over many of the duties performed / 1"F'I

a. by the State cabinet, sit 5 1 \.
ting as a pardon board.

n Four-year terms for county I :: t;

commissioners are proposed in "F'; ;"

., the fifth amendment. ref One of a I r
The sixth would exempt from "F'a

taxation on a value up to $300 I 3 Items 666 ,I II
the property of widows and disabled "est
war veterans. t ,, a
Joint resolutions adopted l in COOLAIRE o (',1

both houses of the Legislature/ by SCAT COVERS ,I
limner teen-agers demand crispness and freshness in their frocks with minimum expense I a majority of at least three-fifths I II If

e i three frocks are answers offered by Harper's Bazaar. On the left Is a white pique very I are laid before the electorate for I f '

id-In! for a slim waist, with shiny gold button down the back and on big pockets. Center Is a I ratification or rejection at the i Q t

less shoulder-strap dress of bright red pique In a prim early-American print. A Basque next general election In the election 4, sar

et of glazed chintz In the same pattern goes along with It. At right Is an apron pinafore of I a majority vote decides. ;"

and 1 white imported checked gingham, with ruffles on .the bib ana, a white dimity blouse Florida's present Constitution tl' TRI.RAIL
I has been amended many times MODERN I I GRILLI I I 11 I 6re '
since it was drawn In 1885. The KOMIHN GUARD
I IkiVs Nomination As GOP Candidate BO AT DRAIN 1939 Legislature declined to calla With TM DELUXE fJ.

Of By Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis convention to draft a new Constitution J.!
Phenomena Politics I
range Misses! Margaret Mori ell and for the State. ritttone/ )i .t,

118 issue! of Thursday, June him for the Republican nomina Thelma Prevatt of Jacksonvillewere !

(New York's new. dally tion two or three months ago, I the week-end guest of }Irs. 49 Out Of 100 'AUTO RADIO
) headlined its story I WiUl e'stated he was willing to Z. Z. Griffis.
paper i
: Favor Third Term Enlo,the l best in reception. t
Republican convention in accept, but refused to wage any,' Mrs. E. E. Lee and children of i Take your .favorite programs ALL FRESH FACTORY STOCK ,

iflphia: "Taft Is ]n, SayOnes campaign in his own behalf. An Bethel spent Sunday with :Mr.: I Fortune Magazine's latest survey along.Custom-fit controls give '
i as Nominations End." epedemlc of, letter writing and and Mrs. Ralph Galney lists 49 percent of U. S. vot- |, factory-type installation.
under Mrs. Ida Chase is visiting her I 'f J'If
petition signing got way.
I ers as favoring! a third term for 3725 .
Len and other : DURING I
Magazines and newspapers, dis- sister, Mrs. Rigdon I President Roosevelt The survey ''
covering a wealth of new subject relatives of Jacksonville.
was concluded since the war
matter In the Wlllkie personality I Mrs. Dan Boree and childrenof reached its critical phase .
(which seems to rival even that Jacksonville were visiting Mrs.
The 51 did)
percent who not
of President Roosevelt), began I Ralph Gainey last Thursday.C. positively a third term 4
A. Griffis, Ralph Gainey and Include BIG JULY
featuring him In news and pic- divided this way: 31.. percent .(
tures. He gained additional pub- Zennas Griffis were in Green against a third term, 11.2 per Doth CeaeeetsBATTERIES
t'A licity as a participant on the Cove Springs last Wednesday on cent "don't know" 2,1

"Information Please" radio pro- Business. "wouldn't answer," 6.3 percent I
gram where his amazing knowl A large crowd from this sec- 'Won't vote." For longer end!
edge and well-readness came into tion enjoyed a picnic given at the lowest cost
play. Boree landing on Lee Lake last The President's popularity was ) service buy anew
nation-wide. The poll of opinion Firestone
Thomas E. Dewey, crusading Thursday Harold Prevatt Is spending gave him a comfortable lead "In I battery.

district attorney of New York City, sometime in Jacksonville with his every part of the country, even i Ask for.sr Ckasgeover'r c.

was considered the leading can- uncles and aunts. Mr. and Mrs. in New England; among all occupations POLONIUM SPARK PLUGS ,

didate for the nomination before I Arch Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs. except executives and retired Quicker starting sodimproved -
people; among all economiclevels
convention, with Senator Robert Perk Prevatt, the pertc.....
Mrs. Eugene Prevatt and son, except prosperous. formaoceor your r
Taft of Ohio In second .place. Erie, are visiting her daughter, In case Roosevelt rtoesn't run money back I HERE'S the 'Fir slOne Convoy I

Senator Vandenburg and ex-President Mrs. Melba Kelsey of Oviedo and again, however, the Republicanswill Tire, built with the patented

Hoover were hovering in Mrs. Pauline Bailey of Sanford. get more votes than the I Firestone Gum-Dipped cord V/!. .
the background, hopeful that a Mrs Beatrice Griffis In visitingher Democrats-If Fortune's present body MOW on il at V

,deadlock might give them the sister Mrs. Audrey Woods of analysis l of opinion holds good in sensationally low prices!

IRSONALITY PLUSe ,longed-for break. Wlllkie was def Wauchula.Mr. November. This tire is priced as lowot
I next day it announcedell initely the dark horse. and Mrs. Ray Griffls and _- FREE lower than olf bra nd tires(

L. Willkle Is the Real Dewey was actually high man children of Tampa have been Engraved sympathy acknowledgement unknown make which do '
candidate I in .. Inexpennlv Bradford !1 (
for friends
President. on the first ballot, but began visiting relatives and not carry the manufacturer'snameorguarantee.-
Icb only goes to prove once slipping on the second while this section. County Telegraph. .
things happen fast and ,Taft and Wlllkie started to climb, What's more every
1 111 politics, and Some Fun Down On The Farm
you can't ,On the fourth ballot Wlllkie Hey Hay Firestone Convoy Tire
the outcome until the paaed Taft and on the sixth he has a written Lifetime
e counted. garnered far more than the :;011 LIFEPROTECTORS Guarantee. Let us equip

amazing rapid rise of votes necessary for nomination. your car during this
? tWO
e -fltell Wendell Lewis Old-line R e publican politicians] big sale. fTirttton
go down In history were flabbergasted, but the I
indIcatIon of the change In in L rI
younger progressive element II CONVOY
sentiment in the 1940. 1 I
'"wry resulted the party was jubilant. I 51Z1 rake
from are- Willkle is 48 years old; a self-
emong the rank and file 4.75/3.00-19_ t4!! LIFETIME
made to wealth and
man; rose
ary against the re- position from the ranks; was t1'twar With FIRESTONE 5.2S/S.SO-17_ $y9S GUARANTEE

party, 1880 leacI rshlp" of formerly a school teacher. / C B.00/18 t6. '

'i ered Senator Charles McNary of -, '1 IMPERIAL I AND YOUR EVERY Firestone
as a Democrat Tire carries -
'bort only Oregon was named by the Republicans a ,
jJI the years ago. Willkle Is as their candidate for sAVE \ TIRES written lifetime
most colorful figure vice-president. t guarantee not t
.unerlca'induced vast industrial ,life, Z5 AT LISTPRICE ; limited to 12,18 or I

since the turn of RUNBy I 24 months, but for
IvryAe head of the DOUBLE 7 5 Quality Price f the full life of the
""'ealtl I Mrs. W. A. Tyler
Core tire without lime

Ucutlve- an important utlU- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter of jIb Guarantee -I Iiresfonc or mileage limit.

7. but and Immensely, Saxton were visiting Mr. and Mrs. s p.16

Ite+ese With none of the W. A. Tyler and family Saturday.
I the that often charac- Mrs. Luvenia Barker spent Friday
cere monied clasaH a and Saturday with her
hope his Wall street Crawford of
ons daughter, Mrs.
I With Will( not hurt his Hellbronn Springs.We STANDARD .
voters In the hinlermOpt'e 1 are sorry to report that

Mrs. Luvenia Barker is very 111 +., Af+ai stzs PIICI f
was agO WlJIkIe'l at this time with a stroke of .r IMlHtlUtMMI SS.SfS.7i

In relatively the unknown to paralysis.Mrs. 14Fi Smith'sGarage fill u/IMt 7.01 tv i1 'I
of Saxton
received although M. D. Carter 1M-II 7.77 ,. '
III 10 mUch publicity a was visiting Misses Mabel and I r.
f tY
ago when he AND YOUR _'_'_OM tan ,
the fought Margarette Magerl Saturday. .kP'
r mm JIll
IUI government. from buy- Mr. and Mrs. John Magerl and -T :.as. ;IMLUteej r
''lab Utility Interests to Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Mageri of w.
the Tennessee /. the Velce .f fir...... with Richard Creek. Mareert S*>e.h* ,
otto. Since Valley this section spent Sunday .at Is 5 ,,- --- happ7y."fon y-.Ve delighted _ t more then he has KIngsley Lake. Mother and daughter smile Good W.lle>*tei.. Monde? e..el.9.. over Nefteewlde N.I.C. *.4 Network..
or leIs ardent foethe'PPro We glad our section is blue and white twmountainsrebeachl I
are their
although a few new Whether it pbe farm See .Ir...... Ckamplee Tire* m.4m I. tke Plroteee Factory ,
ad- building fast. Quite
Housekeeping. : it and tin be attractive .... liklbltieD lellflia. .>t the New Terh W.r.tI.r./ .
tt doctrine of lome of homes have been built in the past will for you thlll summer, you can enjoy roughing STARKE, FLORIDA f tjt

friends two years, and we hope It In an outfit such as this. t r rI'
started booming build, faster In the future. r ,'
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attended a' family reunion near the
BRANCHBy week.end
Recent Bride GUM Valdosta. Ga., last week. Two of D. J. here With htrra
CLUBS Elizabeth Damage
I SOCIETY and Miss
Mr. Dinklns' brothers, one from Percy

-- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Normanand Ocala and the other from Ohio, James Trlest and Othma SUlII\'II

---- Junior and Marklee are had not seen each other in tweaty were' "IaHora
of the devotional service, used sons stone Heights ] to
BTU Program Monday
Whitehead-Starling time In Tennessee.Mrs. years.
spending! some even
as tbe basis of her thoughts,.the Mrs. Susie .
Announcement has been made "The Senior B. T. U. Invite. the 2nd chapter of 1st Corinthians. Grudie Rhodes and son Sumpter Harley and Johnnie her son and daughter Hard ? ''I '
Wales were visit- Chodur went to Deland last week. ,
of the marriage of Miss Frances young people of Starke to meet During the business meeting Richard of Lake and Mrs. Odin Hard r'ln'II".
Hazzard In
Mrs. ,
A. D. Norman :Mr. and
r Starling, daughter of Mr. and Sunday night at 7:00: o'clock to which was presided over by Mrs. Ing Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville this week attendinga Louis Nea) WM of 0

Mrs. W. A. Starling of Maxville, discuss, "Facing The Reality of Perryman, a special offering of a few days last week Methodist Steward's meeting. : Starke Tuesday VIII

and Cecil R. Whitehead of Law- Evil." $3,50 was received for local work. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lowery and I The revival

_____ tey, on June 1, in Accomac, Va. Group captain Doris Crews Special prayer was offered for I daughter Mary Fae of Fernandina Junior Harley, of Richmond, Baptist Church co"du2 II I

_ Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead are residing will open the discussion by giving the sick friends of the circle were visiting relatives here Saturday Va., Is visiting his grandparents, O. E. Cutshaw of s I17

In Lawtey where Mr. a short talk on, "Tbe Realityof members. V Mrs. Lowery and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley, for Sunday night. ThJ't cl

______ Whitehead is in business.McLendonCogdill Evil As Presented In The Following the business meet- remained for a longer visit. the summer. I' were added to the
I Opening Chapters of The Bible." Ing Mrs. Blair and Miss Coburn Mrs. J. E. Anderson and little Mrs.., Paul Dlnklna, of Jacksonville tlsm. bJ

WeddingMiss Discussion "Evil In An Internal served their gusts tempting refreshments. : Nancy Keene of Houston, Texas was visiting In Lawtey' last

Reality," will be given by Fannie .are visiting relatives! and friends week. BOOTSEY'S

t Frances Hellena CogrdlU Silcox. Mrs. S. A. Weldon and Mrs. S. The Ladles Aid Society held a By MI.. .:trip BBAi... (
Paul McLen- "Tbe of Evil will (
and R. Disguises here.Mr. .Wfo
of Gainesville S. bowling were co-hostesses' at : and Mrs. T. N. Norman meeting at the home of Mrs. S. I
Ralford were married June be discussed by Miss Clyde Nell Johnnie
don of the home of the former on Wal- and Hughie Haltwanger were W. Brown, Tuesday. The Vice- Fountain of TIII1
28th *in Gainesville at the home of Thomas. nut Street when entertained recentlyMrs. the meeting In I spending this
$ they visiting in Jacksonville president opened : I week here
bride's brother, B. A. Cogdill. Gladys Johnson will lead a dlcusslon *- Mr.
the of the 'of Mrs. Hazzard the I and Mrs,
members Circle No. 2. Norman is attending the absence Robert CraW
The Rev. L. A. Shepherd chap- on "The Reality of The I Robert !
Gladioli and zinnias, attractively doctor there. president. After the business was Crawford, Who
lain of the State Farm performed Consequence of Evil. ployed in i Ie
arranged in bowls and vases and Mae is spending finished, ref reshments were Jacksonville,
Miss Ella Sapp
the Impressive ring ceremony. The last discussion on the program : II week-end here spent
: The bride was becomingly at- "Is There Any Escape placed to advantage In the large a while in Jacksonville with served. Robert Crawford.with his WIfe,

will be led by Mr. P. M. 1"j living room, were .used in deco- relatives.Mr. .
all white outfit, with Burrell
\ tired In an Mrs. George V Robert
rating. and Mrs. Laran Conner and PINE LEVEL of JM]
which_._ she. wore a corsage of, foot.Friday who, before her recent marriagein and C.
sweetheart.n roses and Illlles of the night at 8:00: o'clock the Mrs. L. D.' Green, circle leader, Jacksonville was Miss Anita Mrs.! L. L. Conner were visitingMr. I By Mrs. H. M. McRae were Brlstaln of Ha

Seniors will have their monthly opened the meeting with the song, cert and Mrs. Zarie Crawford of I visiting at the 'home of
valley business meeting at the home of "Count Your Blessings." Courtmanch.. talented con Starke Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William :Morganof and Mrs. j. R Rosier g
the wedding a reception I violinist of Starke. afternoon.
Following their pastor, the Rev. A. E. Light- Tho devotional service was and Mrs. Venice Keene of the State Farm were recent
relatives and Intimate -- -- --
'V was held for foot.After under the leadership of Mrs. I. P. Woodlawn were visiting relatives visitors or Mr. and. irs. .'. H. Mr. and Mrs Phillip| 8J
friends. and
:. tbe business meeting Mr. Shepherd, who read the 3rd chap- BROOKERBy here Thursday.Mr. Hall. family of Jacksonvlll J

'. Mr. and Mrs McLemlon ares and Mrs. Lightfoot will give the ter of James. Mrs Shepherd also Mrs. I... L. Parker and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Mrs. E. P. Gay and grand- the week-end here With

s making their home at the StateS Seniors a social hour. bad charge of the program and daughter Selma were visiting Mr. daughter, Betty Janny, are visit- mother, Mrs. Jean Gasltlm

Farm where Mr. McLendon ismployed. began with an impressive read- Mrs. Haxen EntertainsMrs. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson of Key- Ing relatives at Brooker Mrs. G. B. Johns and j ,oa jj

: Methodist! WSCS Circles ing, "It's Better." :Miss Kate L. O. Hazen entertaineda stone Heights Wednesday.Miss Mr. 'and Mrs, A. F. Hall and and daughter. Josephine, u*j

Are Entertained Monday Struth then read the poem "If few friends Friday afternoonat Dorthea Norman, Margaretand children of Jacksonville spent the Joe Holmes attended chud

* Former Resident Is Married We Understood." bridge. Mrs. Pervls Hazen Marie Sapp and Hughie and week-end with their parents, Mr. Corinth Saturday,

In Craig Healing Springs, Va. Circle No. 1 of the Woman's Mrs. Dowling gave an able resume led with high score and Mrs. Vernon Haltwanger were visitingat I an dMra. H. M .McRae. Justine Johns was a Viall

I Society for Christian Service of of the article, "Puerto Rico Harmon Morgan made low. The Hampton Lake Sunday after- Mr. and' Mrs. T, N. Norman Jacksonville Monday.

The following item from a NewCastle the' Methodist Church was entertained -An Open Door of Opportunity," next meeting will be at the home noon.Mr. ] and Mrs., H. M.. McRae. A large crowd from thli

_ Va., paper will be of Interest Monday afternoon at 3:30: and concluding the program Wasa of Mrs. Pervls Hazen at Hampton and Mrs. J. C., Sapp and and Miss Odessa McRae were tion attended the revival h,i

_ here to acquaintances of B. o'clock by Mrs. Will Blalr.,..and summary of "The Christ Spiritin Lake. The guests were son Bobby of Sampson City were visiting relatives In Jacksonville Evergreen church last wed

_ C. Owsley a former Bradford Miss Amy Coburn at their home. Social Works" by Mr. Pearl ,served pineapple sandwiches with visiting Mr., and Mrs. J. S. Sapp recently.Mr. '. Blanche Johns, of Live

Countaln and relative of' Mrs. Ef. The large living room, where Simpson. 'cheese and iced tea. Sunday.B. and Mrs. Bob 'Allen of spent last week here with

Miss Ida Hagan of the meeting was held, was artistically Following the program was the I' Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazenof ,M. McRae was visiting at Jacksonville spent Wednesdaywith grandparents, Mr. and lira

_ D.Theressa.May and Mr. Owsley moved decorated with arrangements business meeting which was presided -' Starke were visiting here Sun- the home of J, A. Harnage Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall. B. Johns.

of gladioli. over by the leader. The nlgbt. H. :M. and Arthur McRae were

from been living here 20 In Perrine years ago and and Miami.has Mrs. E. K. Ferryman circle meeting was closed with the song, day.Mr.. and Mrs. Thompson of Mrs., W. R..,Kersey and Albert visiting Elder O. E. Hall at Green LONG BRIDGE ]

I leader, had charge of the I"Blest Be Crews of Starke were visiting Cove I By Miss Bonnie
-I New Castle June 10,-Miss Lillian program The Tie followed by Cross City were visiting their Springs Monday. V B. Turk

Payne Huffman, daughter of using as her subject, 'prayer by Mrs. Simpson. daughter, Mrs. F. Durance, here friends and relatives here Monc Hugh Haltwanger, Jr. of Jacksonville -
"Cuban Women Grapple With During the social hour Mrs. who Is spending a while Mr. and Mrs. C C. Butler i.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Dingus Huffman Sunday. day.We "
Social Evija.! The leader also Weldon and Mrs. Dowling served I are so ,ry to report Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman guests of Mr. and Mrs. W C.]
of Healing Springs, ,
Craig Mr and Mrs. Tom Markey and
Cord of Starke
brought out other missionary Items delightful W. F. Harnage on the sick list Sunday.
refreshments of Ice of Gum Branch, spent Tuesday -
and Blanton Cameron Owsley, son returned
I taken from the "World outlook.1 cream and cookies to Martha-Evelyn Markey this week. and with Owen Junior Crews of Ft. L ye.
the four- Tuesday night
J. fi. and the late
of Mrs. Owsley home Thursday from a two-weeks Visiting his
aunt and
I Mr. Owslev of Perrine. Fla.. weremarried Miss Coburn who charge j I teen members present. McRae, uncle,
vacation in Chattanooga and
Mrs. Roan J.
at 9 a. m., Saturday at Rock ,City Garden, Ruby Cave, LAWTEY Mrs. Alice Oliver is spending: a Mrs. E. A. Sapp Is Turner
the home of the bride. North Carolina Mountain By H. T. Godwin few days with relatives at Sampson visiting]
Smokey I H. B. Hunt of
Mullberry and ;
S The ring ceremony was per- Carolyn Callstreet Cherokee Indian Reservationand School Begin Term City. Dolph Connor of Ft, Pierce.
formed by the Rev. Charlie Sublett, in 'South Carolina. They G. W, Brown of Sampson City will return to her home

of Grundy, cousin of the bride. also visited Mr.' Markers brother, School opened Monday for the was visiting J. L. Underbill' Wed- weekend.Mrs. .
beginning of the 1940-41 term.
Only the Immediate family witnessed Greetings folks ,. Don't G. H. Markey In Milledgevllle' nesday. T. H. Sheppard, wb
we There
pavement and burst wide was a very. good enroll
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Under
the ceremony. The bride have mo' darned fun around this I Bill Graham, Ed St. John open and Ga., and other' relatives In Way- ment with the usual increase expected attending summer school!
wore a white ensemble with white place! Jus' I cross, Ga., Mrs. Markey says tbey hill of Rising were visiting Mr. Gainesville the ]
as was sure Fred Hazen swooped down like by the middle of the week spent week
a and Mrs. J.
accessories. After tbe ceremonya we were In for a dull week, what covey of Nazi bombers and. enjoyed their vacation very much Rev. Enfield opened I .L. Underbill V Sunday at her home here.
wedding breakfast was served comes along but a real, honest-to- bled It on the spot ,. Jus'gob-to and are looking\ forward for a with prayer and a Bible exercises afternoon.' V Willard Mann who has i i

by the parents of the bride. The goan. old-fashioned medicine keep It from "go In' to waste" better time next year. reading. Mr. Cody spoke briefly the past two years in the 1

couple left Immediately for a show! Course the entertain- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen had in regard to school laws and THERESSABy Army In Panama, has return

wedding trip to New York and- ment's a trifle corny but's free Overheard as guests Sunday Mr. Hazen's I rules, schedule, etc., and the Mrs. A. L. Sullivan his home at Long Bridge.
other points of Interest.... -an' I I : Out-of-towner to mother Mrs. D. W. and I II I exercises -
must admit ;,1've seen Hazen were closed with a Dempsey Sapp has as his (
manager of-Judy McRae's prayer and'Mrs.
t Mrs. Owsley, la a graduate of worse:. .. About on .a par with ball veoncesBlon: '.. snow-I his sister, Mrs. Eunle Sanders of i by Rev. Hazzard., ,Grades one to Dr. J. C. DuBose and this week, his cousin, J B
"Hey.. huddle! son, David of Vero Beach
New Castle high school and State most of the so-called floor-shows Tampa. ._ __ nine, the were Mulberry:
I \ 9f
What you got there-hair tonic?" .faculty! as follows: ,
here visit
_ Teacher* college of Radford and (I privately call 'em bore- Certain matron around town Reba .Lee Hardy of Gainesville: let Grade-Mrs.,L. H. Futch. Saturday for a short _.;jMls. EJlolse; Johns enjoy

baa. been a teacher! In the public shows) Heh, heh. ben, was wonderin' tother .day If the spent the week-end with her par I 2nd-Mrs. I. B. Cody. with relatfveThey' were: ontheir'way two-weeks visit in Tarpon !Sp

school, system of Craig county Why do I always haff to be so boys are any cooler ':with :their I ents.'Ur. and Mrs. Chas Hardy. I 3rd-Mrs. G. W.. Roberta. home from Cincinnati, with relatives. She was 50
for the past several Mr.Owsley darned clever? where Dr. DuBose bad attended .
years. 1
4th-Mrs. H. C. panted home,by two cousins
shlrtalls out than if they kept 'em Mrs. A. A/ Hazen of Gainesville Kelly. V .
an convention.Mrs.
attended school in There But anyway I got a laff or in Sorry 'I can't throw' any spent Sunday here with rel 5th-Mrs. !4. B. Futch. E. S. :.Cora Belle Sparkman and
and little
$ *. Fla. and Is In Sibley
engaged comnml -
two an' a new definition for love light on the subject. but there atives. V 6th-Mrs. E. A. Edwards. Marjorie Renfroe.

l.tomato farming. ._ ,. -It'.. "*n itching sensation must_ be SOME reason for 'emgoin' Mrs. Eunle' Sanders of TampaIs Tin-Mrs. L. H. Hill. daughter spent the Ruth week-end and J. P. ,Hall relatives V Edwin Sheppard is visiting
).rise Edith Huffman" of Lewi. that"can't 8th-Miss visiting atlvs In Ft. Myers this weal
(around the heart be around like,that ,. They spending "few days with her Catherine Young. In Jacksonville.Mr. .

Gale hospital Roanoke, sister of scratched! The medicine goes certainly don't do it for look. ,':, motM senerr...,e JbWlp| n- 9th.-I. B. Cody. and Mrs. Thornton Johns

the, bride, was present for 'the on..ale be'tween acts and Includes Hear the Judge Frank Smiths mother Mrs. D. W. Hazen. Scout Charter and children of Hampton and ---

w <1dlnl'. everything from salve to a (Orlandoans who spend part 'of Mrs. Mary Green is spending a M. G. Boswell. executive of the Mrs. Geraldine Jernigan and little

After the first of October Mr. mysterious pepper-upper which the every summer at Klngsley) 'are few weeks With her son., Pitt sixth region, Boy Scout Council, daughters of Gainesville were

azrd Mr*. Owsley will make their lecturer said he would explain in havln' trouble Pinkston In Williston. Jacksonville, talked on scouting guests Mr. and
keeping:gasoline of Mrs. L., G.
borne .In Perrine, Fla. greater ,detail In, the privacy of their auto ,! Seems the garage I I Dr. O. B. 'Hazen of Pahokee and presented the charter to the Johns. Sunday.Mr. DALAND
his pup tent to any lady or gent local troop. at evening. aervt"..
Is somewhat was here Sunday visiting his
removed from the ----- and Mrs. Green and Mack
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""" leman who cared to call Be- Sunday last, at the
cottage in which theystay, mak- mother, Mrs D. W. Hazen. Henderson of Jasper were guestsof
lieve be did hint that it contained In' Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Green Jr. Church. The troop plans a hike ,
L. a perfect setting for gas gatherers Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan Sun-
'JtOW.g'tSpeak Just a trace of "passion flower this week to learn outdoor
in scout-
Our summer visitors were Gainesville Saturday.Miss day. They were accompaniedhome
root, or sompln equally intriguing craft and make nature
shouldn't be bothered with petty Geneva St. by Mrs Mack Henderson HIS

_ A Silent thefts like that Lets try to Petersburg Is spending the summer Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davies went and children who had been visiting -

Language On. of the products was a "cure' make their stay as pleasant as with her mother, Mrs. Beulah to Clayton, Ga., for a short visit here and at Starke.W. .

tor asthma, catarrh" so forth possible Harrell. with friends.. Saturday. S. Sibley

S S : of Beauty so forth, AND so forth Ruth Sternberg Is determinedto Mrs. Luclle Baxter and children Bill Bill Wainwright Home business in Jacksonville was transacting Tuesday. BIG FREE SH(

When the cullud salesman passed make the world's youngest of Jacksonville are visiting C. Wainwright, National Mr. and Mrs Roy Dennison and
of Loot through the crowd one of 'em Mr. and Mr. Wade Harrell. Traveling Secretary for Lambda children
swimmer of
of Butch Smith- Gainesville, Mr. and
kept shoutln, "Who's got a guitarIn of Junius and Misses Luclle Hlnton and Agnes Chi Alpha college social frater- Mrs Ed. Prevatt
Sympathy property Virginia and children of,
the head Who's got a' guitarin Rimes nity, returned home Sunday after shw
are visiting In Jasper.Mr. .
Starke Located
". When and if she succeedsI'll and Mr. and Mrs. Jack I on
.the ,head?" One of an absence of a
FOR EVERY FLORAL v. our arrange with the 'editor" 'tohave and Mrs. Earl Green were year. Wain- Jarrell and little daughter of
local wits shouted back "I ain't wright haa visited 87
In Starke Saturday. colleges and Ni
him featured In a front Jacksonville were guests of Mr. next to
PALL got a guitar in the bead but I page universities throughout 40
JJKEK, spread Those who attended the 5th states, and Mrs. W. W Packham Sun-
got_ a banjo at bome'Al *. If Sunday meeting at Corinth Sun- Canada and Mexico. In San
you see a new Ford around Cafeon
MRS. L. G. day were Mrs. J. C. Crew. Mrs. Francisco, he attended the Golden day.W. Owl
_ Kay Carlisle and N. T. Ritch town with the steering wheel on Gate M. Hall was a visitor to
POWELLrhone those Q. B. Colson, T. B. Pinholster, Exposition. Other places of
were among present tbe right hand side, you ain't Interest Starke Saturday Afternoon.Rev. 13
Musts been takln lesson in Rev. G. E. McGauley and Rev. in his itinerary Route
if a, drunk The man behind the were: Yellowstone L. G. Hemingway of
S salesmanship, for they, drank in wheel la Geo. Arbogast, over from and Mrs. C. A. Crosby.Mrs. Sun National Park, Starke attended church services

123JTelegraph : every word Or maybe 'twasa China (with his recent bride) fora L. A. Brown and Mrs. also Valley Idaho, Pike's Peak, here Saturday night.

Service lesaon In sales-resistance, 'causeI few weeks at their place on Eunle Sanders were visiting Mrs. wonders many in other famous natural D. W. Moore was a visitor to TO REMAIN OV) }
-11,11I'-' Sanford Rltch'at Raiford West and
didn't see 'em decorate the Friday. Middle-
.. Klngsley ,. Who says the lake west. He Hampton Tuesday afternoon.
Sales Mrs. Mildred Ritch and Mrs.' will remain here and W}
mahogany. seemed, to doesn't have: long distance pullin' at Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and UNTIL NEXT
be slow Sanford Ritch and son, Gene Kingsley Lake for a month
goin' powerful while I power? ; Cars In most foreign then visit children of Jacksonville were

RITZTHEATRE was there Might be a healthy countries have the right-hand were week-end guests of Mr. and Gainesville friends in Jacksonville, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeig- NESDAY NIGH!
Mrs. L. A. Brown. Tampa, West
country we got here drive, you know Klnda wish Beach: and Palm ler Sunday. -
Votes Fur .* Agin; Robert they did over here, too May Baldwin Mr. and Mrs.' Grady Baxter of, ing to work. before return- Mr. and Mrs: C. Sullivan Mr.

Green's glasses (Yes> Make be I could get within three feet were' visiting Mrs. Baxter's Miss and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and Wil-) C<
BT.tRKB FLORflAPROGRAM mother, Mrs. R. P. Lewis, Young, of Lakeland White Amateur
him look soooo intellectual : of the curb when parkin V arrived Sunday mot Brown attended the Union
Sunday. to
Edwin St. John's mustache (No) Jean Darby looks quaint no her duties continue meeting at Corinth Church Saturday
at Nig
I teacher
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ogdon of on the Law
Reminds me too much of end with her new hot-weather tey School V test Saturday
faculty.Mr. .
'Laat Tsnaea Today (Thura.) Hitler, even though Ed's la a hairdo All piled up on the Pompano were. visiting here this and Mrs. Carl Mrs. J. A. Milliken and chil.

"20 MULE TEAM" pale blond number .. top of her bead 1 Wish my I week.Mr.. Carter and his Carter, Oscar dren of Ocala: are visiting Mr. AT 8:
Mrs. son
Douglas White are In PERFORMANCE
Shake hands
Dr. Parks features
and two short subjects) would stand such harsh and Mrs. New York City and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.

If you wanna ret an indirect treatment .. < Tried it once, but in Erma Ross were visiting Mr. and Mrs.visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry of P. 31.

Friday Jk Saturday shake from Wendell Wlllkle, the looked like Carrie Nation .' .. Inverness over the V week- were in Hal Edwards I Jacksonville visited relatives here
end Park .
Double Feature Republican nominee for President Scoop flash, and whatnot visiting Mrs. Sunday, Sunday.
Cewar Romero In Doc looked In the O. O. Edward's nan. >nt..
on P. Virginia -
_______..__ _.Ln. Fugate.. bazza u. ring ? summer evenings I a certainly Mr. and Mrs. Cam Young- ---- Mlaa Elizabeth Phillips spent
KID"and and
"VIVA CISCO convention wnne away on ma va seen cowling at Klngsley Beach: lucky But while there's life daughter, et

'FHUJleiran laLJGIIT cation Had a nice chat with Dink and Edna Hart, Howell and there's hope \ Remember. Camp Mr. W. F. Godwin Valdosta Ga., visited
AT MIDNIGHT Willkie an' he'. fel- last week.
> says a swell Elizabeth Naswortby, Leslie and
Blending will be completed Mrs. Stella
Chapter 14 The Shadow" toW v i wWill sit down and talk Eva Shepherd\ .. Can't see that someday returned borne R. Carradine has BOWL. for fun, for

to you Jus' like your .next: ,door It'. had any streamllnln* effecton form her trip to

::Laurence Sun., Mon.Olivier. July and 7-8.JoaavFontaine neighbor little. Mrs. Willkie is a Dink's figger as yet week Military or so'Goings-and-Comlngs ago tbe Telegraph: A I, New other Orleans cities In Natchez.Louisiana Miss., and health, for real relax'.
pretty and
S tn thing unaffected' Hear Al. and Elvalee Manassa chronicled that Ralph Nettles was Mississippi.
and a trifle on the shy side Doc will :
soon set ation!
up housekeeping in off for
"REBECCA"And the the CMTC: But It Mr and ,Mra. J. E. Shuford of
Bencq cottage on. Madison
saysHs.rfly seems they were so swamped with Jacksonville,
S "March. Of Time" Color recognized Woodfln' Avenue There're plenty of applications they couldn't take relatives here.spent Sunday with V

Cartoon Halle, here for a visit_from W. P. I open dates in' my little red book. 'em all, so Ralph ts back with us Ruffin Edwards Bowling is a game of skillV
B. \ Certainly has "filled out" Elvalee V of Jackson
t say the word .
Ralph Rhodes will return to ville, was that anyone learn
Tuesday, July 9, Only -if you know what I meanbutnot when you get established and II Ft. visiting relatives here can to
McPherson the he's last
day 18won't week.
Laurel and Hardy tn
too much Just enough want me to drop around for a ( be, play. Why not form a team V
long now) for his F.R.
"TIlE FLYING DEUCES"And pr.We.t Carradine
Mas' be drinkln' that East chicken dinner.Hmmmm Jay Becker, and enter of
one the
Point training'-.-. of Jacksonville
Two Short
Subject. .
Coaat milk on a
or sumpin' See where the fishing
BARGAIN NIGHT-Adults 15oU All this talk of war sure gets trip at Leesburg. leagues?
i county lost 709 citizens
during you goin' i Wonder if this Mire
>d.. Thurs., July 10-11 Street Scene: .Jus after the the past 10 years Musta been country'll need any first class cently Mary Edwards has re-
I 1 undergone
noon hour. tother day Nathan1Prevail 'all men. eh girls? I I an appendec.
"DR. KILDARE'9 STRANGE Judging |Joan of Arcs?. ; .% Think I'll put tomy In a Jacksonville
CASE" was buying a load of ,by th scarcity of the male sex in in my application v.. UntU VIm ,Mrs Will Edwards hospital. KINGSLEY

With Lew Ayrea, Lionel Barry- luscious watermelons from a I these parts Yowsuh .. The drafted however, I'm perfectly Is in Jacksonville her mother, BEACHAT
trucker While they were be- gal who has during Miss
more, Laralne Day.. a steady boy friendto content to be Just your Edward's Illness. KINGSLEY LAKE

I I big unloaded one dropped to the pay for her bowling these long .-Carolyn. Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Dinklns .

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=- BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. D. E.
- Knight recently returned I
-I Mr.
from New York and :Mrs. Jeff Johns City after
as dinner guests Wednesday is
---- everyone with It. family'
,._ =- h spending three weeks with her Sunday "
,George Baladen and George Those who
have been
-'- WS, D. E. Knight Dr. and Mrs. W B. Parks Mrs. J. W Klncaid returned son, Paul Knight, there, who hasa I Baisden, Jr., Mrs. J. J. Gross the blood of Jesus Christ cured shouldbe by Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman
and moved, today to their position with the I and family attended church'ser
JacksonvUle. summer Tuesday National and Clarence "
Futch, all of Jack-
morning from busy
In Cattle I telling a sin-sick world
Tuesday > home on Kingsley Lake. Broadcasting Company \ sonville vices at Evergreen Sunday mon- I..
burg, Mrs.
Ky., where she spent two I Ralston Jones! (formerly about this great cure. Ing. I "
James Lamb are weeks with friends. i Miss Geneva Balsden) of A Christian htaat t,
should also be
and I, eek in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wills and I MiLls, Kitty Hogged, who la:,'West Chester Pa., and :Mrs. Imbued with a knowledge of the Collie Manning, cropped ; ,(
ng daughters, Misses Edna and Dora Mildred Edwards spending the summer in Jackson- :Charles H. Strong (formerly Miss Word of God. tobacco Saturday. Among*' the; I
thy ,Mills?of Green Cove Springs, to spend two left Sunday I ville with 'her aunt, Mrs Kitty 'Lucia I Baisden) of Austin, Texas So many Christians earliest to crop tobacco this f..... !
weeks in today are on all the ,
Jackson- I I up
TM"Smith and daugh- Lane, will spend ,this! week-end Mr. Manning cropped his first
as the
guest of her :II latest news. They have read the ', '
cousin *
on June 4,
In here her
are visiting relatives Mrs. Carrie Smith of Webster Mrs. Mable Denmark. with mother. Mrs. W. B. I I Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs and Mr. latest books and try their' best '
eaa o will arrive to Parks, and Dr Parks.. and Mrs. Jack Williams Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whitehead ,
soon spend were to
Ga a week keep up with what Is goingon
tine :
with her sister, Mrs. Effle Johns. A, J. Wilkinson. I I hosts at a Klngsley Lake fish fry In the world. But they confess and children of Long Bride*.wera ;'I",
.-and )..frs, Charles Burton gar, spent Sunday and In son, Ed- Mr. and :Mr.. C. C. Shepherdand Monday night to the following to a woeful ignorance of the visiting Mr. and :Mrs. I.. .U, Kex ,,
feW dayS this week at Miss Angeline Blackburn of with Mr. Wilkinson's: Palatka family of Callahan were guests: Mr and :Mrs. Sam Handof Bible When! an opportunity froe Sunday ;

onville a peach Bartow is the guest this week of and Mrs. W. R. Wilkinson.parents, Mr ,week-end guests last week-end of Campbellton, Wade L. Stoneor eats Itself to help someone prl's-I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barnes of ':, '

Misses) Marion and Helen Dowl- I Mrs. Shepherd's brother- in law I, Tallahassee, J. T. Chapman salvation they do not know howl Rising were visiting Mr. and tin. I
andmd )..frs. A A Wainwright In& Mrs. and slater, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miss Ruby Spencer, Miss. Mar- to lead that one to Christ The' F. M. Norman Moifday. :
J. W, Hagan spent :Mon- son Graham Causey and young Knight at Kingsley] Lake garet Olive, and :Miss Mary Spirit of God will help a Christian Louis and Clifton John of
111. Johnnie, of Rocklngham, N. I Treble. The latter are attending to win Jacksonville
JacksonvilleMfS Janet Anderson is spending C., souls if he will sub- are spending sometime '
this week at Kingsley Lake with mother, guests Mrs. of Mrs. Causey'a :Mrs. W. E. Middleton and summer school at the Universityof mit himself to His leadership! even with :Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ''r t
and;: vv :M. Wlmberly Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing and Murrhee. granddaughter, :Marjorie Sue Mid! Florida. as He led Philip to the chariot Johns. f;

MrL Sam Anderson spenty family Mrs L. S. -- dleton have returned from a two: of the Ethiopian eunnuch.TAHEKN.VCIJC Vanderbilt school opened It* i I 'f
in Wlldwood. 'In Jacksonville.Hutto Mr.spent Friday I week's trip to Washington, D. C., i I Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong had 1940-41 term July 1. Teachers r ;
I Hutto, an where they visited Mrs. as their guests over the week-end are Miss Ruth Alvarez and II:. '
The W. C. T. U. will meet this employe of the S. A. Middleton's G. E. Cutshaw was the guest I
Wall of Pompano Is L., is enjoying sister, Mrs. :Mae Jones. I Dr. Herlong's! brother-in-law and W. Wilkerson, principal.
rda Mr. (Friday) at 3:30: o'clockat his vacation this speaker at the Friday night service
here with week. I sister Mr. ,
this, week and Mrs. Robbie Wllk ,
Ing the home of :Mr. and Mrs. F. I -- at the Tabernacle. He
3lr.. L. S. Hutto. A. Scott. Mrs. H. A. I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Goodman of erson, of Jacksonville Dr. and brought an earnest message The All legal blanks, promissory
i Spencer, wife of Mrs. Herlong and their guests note. retain title notes, carrtmi I
the new Methodist Hastings, and Mr. and Mrs J. subject: "For Such A Time As
Wlmberly I 18 the guest minister, left spent the week-end at the Herlong's In stock by the Bradford Coumtf
ddle, I iE. Thomas and daughter, Jo Ann This. The story of Esther furnished .
Mrs Carrie Ritch and Monday for a two ,
.. :Mrs. H. C.try son, N. week's visit camp on Little Santa Fee Teirgrcph.LAFFITOFF.
Highland. T., and Miss Annie Darby were I with relatives In West Virginia. of Crescent City/( were guests Lake. This was the first time the background of the mes
at visiting relatives In Jacksonville -- I Sunday of Mrs. E. M. Thomas and sage. God always raises up
--- Dr. Herlong had weekendat
spent a
Sunday. Friends of Mrs. P. E. Mr. and :Mrs. A. J, Wilkinson' i' someone to do His work at tbe
j Tiawson Is the guest of Canova. his camp although he has time !
( Sr.. will be needs that one. This has
glad to learn
,'.Mr. 'that I owned It for two years
Ion'and daughter-in-law been
I Mr. and :Mrs. Bruce Davis of she is Improving after being Mr. and Mrs. K G. Duncan -- evidenced all through the
|Mr, H A Lawson. Gainesville were guests Thursdayand confined to her home because of and family, accompanied by Mrs. history of the world. Even this
Friday of :Mr. and Mrs. E. illness I I Duncan's sister, Mrs. Roy Smith Mission Hall critical Juncture God la able to
ft.. aDd( Mrs. H. A. Bishop'andy M. Davis. of Tennille, Ga., left Sunday for And Tabernacle"Fishing bring to light a person who shall
[ have moved to their sum. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis ac fulfill His will
I home on Kingsley Lake. :Miss Lois Adklns spent yester- companied by Mr. and Mrs. M. W. for Men" was the The service Friday night will I
day in Ocala with friends, where I Morrow of Hampton, spent Sunday subject of the Bible study held at be In charge of Mr. Gomes who r o ,

f F Flume and daugh- she attended the Fourth of July I at Camp O'Lena visiting Miss I Mrs. Calvin Johns and two the Mission Hall Tuesday night, will talk on, "The Only IIaU of
Mias Clara Flume, and :Miss celebrations. Jean Davis. nieces, :Margaret and Georgia In charge of R. J. Come! This World Peace." Sunday night Dr. '

on Dowling spent Monday I Gilpin, and nephew Glen Gilpln, I study is part of a serlea on "Per- J, J. Johnson of Penney Farms I :
n in Gainesville. Miss Martha Brownlee of Jacksonville Julian Peek, with Standard Oil's' returned Sunday after enjoying :sonal Work" that will be given will be the speaker. ,

spent the week-end here steamship line, headquarters In I ja two week's vacation with relatives during the next few weeks. Win All age groups are invited to "
with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. J. New York City, Is the guest this I in Gum, Ala, and ning individuals to Christ is the attend the Bible school at the ,
mt-a-Word M. Brownlee. week of his parents, Mr. and Mrs I Mo. senath'l task of everyone who is genuinely Tabernacle at 3:00 p. m. Sunday.VANDERBILT '
J. L. Peek. converted. I-

? Woodfin Halle of West Palm Little Catherine Browolee! has Children present took part In Nw Y.1r I I
t SALE CHEAP 800 ten- Beach Is spending two weeks here I Miss. Essie! Coleman, secretary returned to her home in Gainesville the service, and several of them By Miss Velum Norman '".. Ofarfou JWtAUoAftM / j : .

tracts for strawberry with his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. to Congressman R. A Green, arrived after spending a few days' led a song and quoted long passages ..frld-- (
tog Improved or unim- W. G. Halle. last week from Washington, here with her grandparents, Mr. of Scripture. Mrs. Smithof It. V, I'. IT. Social No tl pit Aar.HAROLD :ThE? f
,oved. Easy terms. Harrell D. C., to assume her duties in his and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, and Orlando, who Is visiting Mrs The members of the Water OakB. eI.zl tie rid," \ I

1 Edwards, Lawtey, Fla. John Hagan of Clarksville, Va., local office great grandmother, Mrs. S. E. F,. A. Scott, also took part. Y. P. U, and many outside Sete z..rf! Off..' '
5-31: StpI arrived this week-end to spend a Brownlee. The first requirement of a personal friends gathered at the home of JNSVRANCZ W .'. .sear i.'' ?Ii

800 family week here with his mother, Mrs Leon Joyner, returned Saturday worker is that he shall be Mrs. Sarah Alvarea and family ..1eoUIw I. Nisi'.
I WA.TEl-For Permanent if J. W Hagan. to his home in Bartow after enjoying Miss Wanda Fay born again Christian. A man cannot Friday night for the quarterly II. "
iu're sleigh hustler.route. Write Raw- a visit here with his uncle Mrs. June McKinney, Whitfield'i' Impart to others that whichhe Y. P. U. social. After playing

a FAG-223-123 Lyle Anderson, Leonard Peek and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. W. A I Reba Ward of Cocoa, who were does not himself have. Patent games! they were served ice C, WALL
p', Dept. Bessant, Jr. the guests of :Mrs cream and cake.
and ,Bobble Biggs returned Wed- McKinney, medicine advertisements are filled
mphia, Tenn. nesday from the Scout Camp at I spent Sunday in Baldwin as with testimonials of people who Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman and !

SALE-Missionary straw- Orange Park., Mrs. R. A. Green and children i guests of Miss Whitfield and Mrs. profess to have been helped by Mrs. Mamie Padgett of Jacksonville taENER INSU
plants, good white roots. and Miss Betty Green spent Mon{ McKinney's mother Mrs. Chip this) or that medicine When a were guests of Mr and Mrs ''YOU HAV.6.J'PLEASB I ,: d

A. B. Whitehead, Vander- Miss Dolly Lamb returned Fri day afternoon in Gainesville with Whitfield. man is cured of 'some disease he F. M. Norman Sunday. PHONK IfO o

t; action 7-4 4tp, day from a two weeks' vacation!I Mrs. Green's. parents, Mr. and I I la only too happy to tell other I Clyde Manning and Ralph Nettles -
trip to Ashland, Ohio, where she Mrs. T. A. Harris. Mrs. Jack Briggs and son. how he was cured. Sin is the of Starke were visiting Mr. ,
SALE-Missionary straw-I visited friends. I I Johnnie, and daughter Miss Betty I .
plants, grown on new R. A. Murray of Bartow, who Brlggs and Mr. and Mrs. Fred

(ound Reasonable. 'Mlllard Miss Nora DuVal of Columbia, is attending summer school at the I I Guy, all of Jacksonville will spend -

( Judd, Starke, Fla. Stp i I S. C., Is the guest of her cousin, University in Gainesville, spent the Fourth of July'Wek-end' with :," fi
to 7-19. Miss! Lucille Mitchell, and Mrs. the week-end here with Ernest I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at .TV'VY''''' I"
I I and Billy Cowling. I Kingsley Lake.r
J. M. ,
IXTED-Honest.. reliable spited ; : iMltChell.Misr ,' .. 4 it. t. .
|] to do light housework;and ; : Reba Ward of Cocoa is Mrs O. C. Irwin. and son, Gordon 1 Mrs. A. M. Daft? is' the 'gul'ltof t I t ', If
i for convalescent lady, day- i and : her aon-ln-law 'and ,
daughter Miss Jean Ir- daughter,
of the here
spending part summer
t only. Must live in or win of New York City, are' Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. :Marks In
Starke. as the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Free transporta- of Mrs. Irwin's DeLand. She was
guests mother, accompaniedto 'I
|OD,fair salary to Cllf- June McKinney.
Apply Mrs. P. H. Manassa. I DeLand her '
rd Alvarez, 7 a. m. until 2 ter-In-law.

i m., postofflce. Itp Miss Margaret Adklns 0 f Mrs. S. C. Camel and children Darby, who spent tbe day there '
Gainesville spent the week-end at : for
JNS: -in good used furnie. Kingsley Lake as the guest of returned Sunday to their home In. .rJormance.
Ormond after the Miss Carolyn Hutto of Columbia ,
Beds, springs, mattresses, Miss Lois Adkina. spending past
obe, oil stoves and dining two weeks here with her parents, 8. C., and Miss Edna Huttoof ..

m tults, slightly used. Callus LitUe Dolores Alvarez 0 f Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Jacksonville spent the week- .

4 lee .-The Loft, 22 E. Macon Ga., is visiting her grandmother end here with their parents, Mr.
a.1 St. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Touchton, and Mrs. L. S Hutto. They were
y Jacksonville
Fla i Mrs. Hildabelle Bence at
Miss Eunice Touchton, Calvin on their way for a vacation trip
6-28 8-18 Kingsley Lake.NAT. Touchton, and :Mrs Minnie Bourn to Kev West. and mlcht-: -sro- on j no gasoline at

I of Sebring were recent guests of to Cuba. d
SEZ Mr. and Mrs. W N. North.
: Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jenningsand

Make no difference If you are Mrs A.. W. Redgrave left Sun- young son. Walter, and W

just a small town Councilman or day for Petersburg, Va., to spend daughter, Carol Lyn, returned
the President of the U. S. A., the rest of this month with relatives Saturday from a two weeks' vacation rissuperaorto
/ regularprice
,, r somebody Is going to disagree there. She will be Joined trip to Des Moines, Jowa
; with you and tell you how it this week-end by Mr Redgrave. City, and Belleview. Iowa: Evansville -
ought to be run. The nice thing Ind; and Sterling and Ful- ,
about living In a Country like Mr and Mrs. R. C. Buford and ton, ]11., where they visited relatives -

ours !. that you can do what you daughter, Miss Gloria Buford, .
like and say what you like and spent the week-end in Jacksonville .-
get away with It. Can you imagine with relatives. :Miss Buford :Mr. and Mrs. L A. Davis left

telling a Dictator how to remained for a two weeks visit. yesterday for Fernandina where
run the Government. Sure you they attended the birthday celebration -

can Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clarke returned of Mr Davis' mother. ;
But you have to have a very good Monday to their home in Mrs Mary A Davis Saturday
Imagination. :Miami after spending two weeks afternoon they will attend 'the

here with Mrs. Clark's parents, Hardee-Steele wedding. Mr. and Sinclair H.C I

"TOM SAWYER"SHIRTS Sr.Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, day.Mrs. Davis will return home Sun :

Mrs. H. C. Richard and Mrs. Bobby Edwards returned to ,

real quality merchandise Fred Merrill of Palatka, accompanied his home here Saturday after ,
by Miss Bessie Pace of spending six wf'ekA.1n Fernandinawith

., 85c Washington, D. C., were visitinga his uncle and aunt Mr. and
number of friends here Tues Mrs. L. L. Edwards. Mr. and #&
I Mrs. Edward returned to Starke
,Get Ready For day. with Bobby and spent the week- fco

u SchoolBOYS Mr and Mrs. C. C. Shepardand end here an guests of :Mr. and

family of Callahan were week :Mrs. L. R. Edward.

TROUSERS end guests of Mr. Shepard's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and R. T Richard, of Spring Lake ,

Khaki-Powder BlueDenimStephen's :Mrs. C. A. Knight at Kingsley: (near Keystone Heights), grand.
clothes: wear Lake. father of Mrs. W J. Epperson,
Jr., of Starke, WILlI taken to a
longer Goldwire nursing borne In Jacksonville s y1
Mr. and Mrs G. N. O
Mr. Richard has been ?
$1.00You Ray of Lake City spent Tuesday
and son
part of last week here as guests seriously ill for some time, and r,+f'y
to Jacksonville by the
o brotherinlawand was taken y
may as well buy the of Mr.sister Coldwlre's Mr. and Mrs. C. T. DeWitt Jones ambulance.

bestPETER'S Wade. Mrs. O J. Griffin, who has

SHOES the past three weeks here
and spent
and Mrs. H. G Jarrell
with her daughter, Mrs. E. L
.. .tF (.;Boy*"and Girls Jacksonville bay daughter spent Jacqueline the weekendhere of Biggs, returned yesterday to her : 1"L

Coet :ifoore, wear better with Mrs. Jarrell's parents, home in St. Augustine. She KNrY 4rV -'4,
q;.. .np, W. W. Packham of was accompanied' Home by Mrs. 'j J
From Mr. and Mrs Biggs and children, Bobble and "
Theressa. Dottie Sue. Dottie Sue will remain '

$1.35 up with her grandmother several -
Mr. and Mrs.C. J. :Miller and I .

"' .._b.,...... R. na., have taken an weeks
--- -
Boys Slack Suits ? u6. with :Mrs. L. A. Ren TLIJeMre YYM wW B
apartment Mrs. Thomas F, Grady, who 1 I
"f"" BTf. $1.98ITERNBERGT nolds. Mr. Miller, \ is on superintendent the new- has spent the past two weeks here Agent' Sinclair RefinIng Company (Inc.) '

of construction with her mother, Mr.. P. H.i iIanalla. '

postofflce. __________ ) left Sunday to Join :Mr.

I Dr. and Monday MrsW from. B.a two Parks week returned Grady accompanied In Dallas.as Manassa Texas.far am. She Atlanta.was is H. E. TUCKER j'

Washington. 'D. C.. Philadelphia Ga., by Phillip withwho
trip to week hi.
Pa. and New'York City brother-in-law spending< and sister, Mr. and Starke Florida ,
I While in New York they attendedthe Mrs. J. P. Bam! Phone 158 I

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Proves Missionary Plant Still O. K. Plenty Of Vacancies
!: I -- --- '. ---= '."

1940 will go down In historyas ported by practically every rarm- I BRIDGE TENDER KILLED OFFICE FORCE CtT:
THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL J. M. Palatka-Roan Sweat, railroad
FOR business.
In er In the berry Jacksonville. ,
the of the "big yield"
year 15 crates from bridge tender at Buffalo Bluff tlons SWeeplng
COMMON SENSE. Conner harvested in WPA
Bradford County strawberry pro- 3.BOO plant at one pIckingjustabout near here for the past 30 year, sonnet and adlllnIStrauyt!

SALADS FOR SUMMER HIGH FARM ACCIDENT RATE duction. double the yield experienced: was killed when a load of lumber WPA district abol1ablDc

While the rest of agricultural in recent "average" years. hurtled from a passing freight Gainesville at lIa
Salads apeal to the eye as wella Farming may not seem a hazardous and crushed him. Sarasota
Florida generally experienced disaster At the height of production, s. train Palm Beach due and k
the taste hence they are a occupation, but accident to
Bradford shivered Brownie Bennettspatch fund Il1Iutflcl!
growers pickers 0 n were
the Summer appetite studies of farms and other occupational announced
help In tempting FAIR GROWTH
through the coldest January on near the northern city I SHOWS Administrator by B

The keynote to success groups reveal a higher record, hoping for the best but limits of Lawtey reported gather- __ Tampa-Tampa's 1940 urban Roy Schroder
with salads is contrast and ratio of accidental deaths on the
fearful of what the future might Ing 95 quarts from 800 plants, population Is 107,674. a gain of JOKE'S ON
recent HIM
variety. A bed of shredded cab- farm than elsewhere. In a
bring. one time over, 6,340, or about six percent over
or shredded fatal accidents agriculture LakelandErnest
bage with chopped year,
Imagine their amazed delight to O. C. Cason probably had the the 1930 Federal census it was milled Trlbblck
carrots and a sprig or two of numbered 4,500 comparedwith in city '
find, when spring finally did putIn In the county this I. Weill district
and largest acreage announced by E. turned that
parsley makes an attractive and 2,300 in manufacturing in a false] V JL
timid that berry his heaviest picking net- the basis of
a appearance
activities. season; supervisor, on tended but
"delicious Summer salad. A more 2,800 in construction that the c
plants-far from being damagedby ted him 390 crates from 140,000 Fk I preliminary figures of the 1940 firemen des, -
of wild
slices a
includes )
unusual salad S. H. McCrory, of the United goose
the cold-were all set to chase
yield plants. count. The 1930 enumeration was TJ1bb
Avocado alternating with sections of said his ,
States Department Agriculture, house
the heaviest production on record L. L. Conner was highly pleased 101,324. burned door
of orange or grapefruit who has made a study of farm cently because of
and of 52 crates the
One thing was definitely with his peak record tIre
on a lettuce leaf. Chopped celery accidents, finds one reason they ment's inattentiveness depi
'' conclusively proved: That the from 30,000 plants at one pick FILLING BRITISH ORDER to bull
and diced aples decorated with a; are more serious is that the victim and that he turned ,

'' Surinam cherry or a grape makes 18 1 likely to be working alone.A popular Missionary berry plant Ing.For L. Port St. Joe.-Machinery of alarm "to. v>r.=u .._'In the the strain used in L. ----
( exclusively the entire season
a tempting 'dish. An all-fruit I factory worker caught In a this area) Is NOT "playing out"as Norman had a total harvest of I the St. Joe Paper Company hereIs game." Judge Roy Amidoe Rat.
t naiad composed of grapefruit or lathe usually has a fellow workman rolling at top speed to turn out Impressed and
I some growers had begun to 977 crates from 48,000 plantsalittle sentenced
orange with balls or slices of nearby who can cut off the > 7,500 tons of pulp usable In hick to 30 Ttl
I days
pessimistically predict. Poor yieldsin more than six acres; says ..... In the city
cantaloupe or honeydew farmer in for British j
papaya power. But a caught munitions the govern-
recent years had caused them he could have got an even thousand :
melon are other favorite Summer a power take-off of a tractor, attacked ment. Employes who called a
to believe the Missionary strain crates if the price had held Monkey I
salads. by a bull, or kicked by a I' was Recent recruiting drives stagedby strike earlier this month after demanding Takes Over
losing its vitality. However and he had picked a few days
The best Of salad Ideas will be horse, Is likely to be alone. Farmm this season's record harvest tendsto up longer various branches of the service the removal of A. J. Litter Of Pigs '

.spoiled if "makings" are not a chi n ery manufacturers are Navarre as general superintendenthave
indicate that low yields are Bradford growers grossed more has been somewhat disap
4 fresh crisp and cold. A good equipping more and more machinery returned to their Jobs, and Here's one for
result of weather conditions, than $500,000: from the crop this Evidently young' men of RIpley'Proctor
salad will be spoiled if it Is served with protective devices, pointing. officials reported the big mill on
and not
to be blamed Greenwho
are on the and from $250,000 to $300-
year |Is ,
; p with too much juice or too much and the safety of old models may plant itself.Unusually. 000 of this amount Is estimatedto America are not being "swept off full production schedule, about intendent for the Christ prZl

salad dressing, or If the dressing be improved by having parts put I their feet" with eagerness to 400 tons dally. on Christ's island
heavy yields were re- be clear profit. |In
is added at the wrong time. Let- on them, says Mr. McCrory. shoulder a gun like the troops hopekaliga near Kln8lmni-

I b tuce or other salad greens should Among other causes which he NEW LIVESTOCK MARKET found a devoted (

t be washed in cold water and found conductive to farm accidents -I I Pellagra Also Is Drawback I shown above In the first World Plant City,-A new livestock monkey he has helper been in i
wrapped in a cloth or put in a! are the need for haste In War. However, for young men with chart
To Children Here Nurse market, said to be the State'slargest keeping during the
I sunutT
covered ventilated pan in a cold the rush seasons which often Says who do want to Join some branchof The monkey Kuin _
was opened here July 3. .V --.--...-.. 'A
place until ready for use. The means working after dark or Although hookworm has largely"hogged" to keep the patient away from the service there are limitless The new market la a unit of- the Christ of Orlando who refrigerator is the best Add Ion \\
place. makeshift
repairs, and occasional the spotlight in recent other people. opportunities. Everything from the big State Farmer's Market here. his vacation. Mr. Grwn

dressing to raw crisp Summer attempts to use "home- discussions of. health conditions "Treatment of Pellagra must CCC to the regular Army and It was constructed as a WPA pro- lows the pet to run at large i
alads or fruit salads at the very made" electrical (
among Bradford County school be directed by a good doctor. ject under the sponsorship of the the ISO-acre island.
last minute before serving. If Navy Is "wide open" and anxiousto
recent study In Kansas of children, there is another disease The main thing is diet. Medicines State Marketing Board, and cost The monk, it seems hag
salad is served
on individual fatal farm accidents take on new blood. Almost gro
showed that getting in Us
enemy damaging of to $34,000.
the are no use except quite fond of a sow and litter I
plates* at serve the table.dressing separately on the average 29 percent of the work and whose attack should make a patient more comfortable. dally the Telegraph receives notices pigs. When the sow ls root.)

deaths were caused by machinery, not be overlooked. It la pellagra. Foods that are especially valuablein of new enlistments. Limited MANY LICENSES REVOKED up edibles in the field, the
For meat, fish, or cooked vegetable 20 percent by animals, 12 percent According to a statement this treatment are: plenty of fresh Tallahassee key herds the m
space prevents their complete publication total-of 749 pigs Into a aha
salads the best flavor is by excessive heat 8 I week from
percent by Mrs Mabel Lewis, milk and lean beef: dried powd spot and picks fleas
obtained by adding the dressing vehicles, 9 percent from falls, 5 county health nurse, a general ered yeast Is also very helpful. but the notices will be drivers licenses were revoked and When off 'em.

an hour or two before serving. percent by lightning and 17 percent inspection of school children last People showing symptoms of the saved and any young man Interested suspended from the date the Pub- it comes mealtime, i

Fresh vegetables added to meat,, I from other causes. year showed a large number af- disease should drink all the milk in Joining some Branch lic Safety Act became effective monkey the sees that every one l

fish or egg give the salad .contrast I Most of the farm accidents Mr. flicted with this disease. These possible every day: and eat quarter of the service may call at our last October through May. Orange and litter if of eight has swvj

flavor, vitamins, and min McCrory believes could b e children are not well and there pound of roast beef steakor office for additional information. county led the list in_ the total necessary shifts IM

erals.] avoided If the farmer is his own fore make very little progress in stew. number of revocations and suspensions around to make room for all I

Salad made from vegetablesadd "safety inspector" in seeing that their classes, Mrs. Lewis says. "The prevention of pellagra depends Orlando To Receive having 110; Hillsborough I I Monk While they suckle MuJ'

much to the Summer meals. neither he nor his employees take Giving a brief description of upon eating the right kind county was second with a totalof soothingly strokes iii

Try these receipts: chances. the disease the Bradford County of food at all timeR, summer and Air Corps Unit 95: ; and Polk county was third hide

Year-Hound Salad The farm should be the safest nurse stated that pellagra Is winter. Plenty of vegetables, with a total of 72. It's supposed to be the f fil

Requirements: 1 package gelatin place to live 'and work. Industry marked by a peculiar reddening Including the green vegetables Florida stepped Into the national time in history a monkey '
and scaling of the skin. The tomatoes and spotlight 1 n the defense BUYERS LIABLE ALSO adopted a sow and her liner -
(lemon or lime flavor), 1-2 tsp has made rapid strides In develop person whole wheat pro. I i
salt, 1-2 cup cabbage (finely ing safety practices and precau who contracts it usually euf.fers ducts are especially valuable. program this week with the war Tampa-As a result of the far- 11 eve it or not Kissln:

shredded), tbsp. vinegar. 1 tbsp.I dons!! The farm may well do a loss of appetite, indigestion "After providing these essentials Department's transfer of two I reaching decision a few days ago Gazette.

green peppers (chopped), 1 pt. likewise diarrhea soreness of mouth of proper diet, the rest may I large divisions of the Air Corpsto of the United States Circuit Courtof I

warm water, 1 cup finely cut celery and tongue, nervousness, low be arranged according to familyor Orlando and Tampa. The Orlando Appeals at New Orleans Federal JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE:

and 1 pimiento (finely cut). BUS SCHEDULE I'' spirits, and a general weakness. personal likes. In this way Municipal Airport and its District Attorney Herbert S. This one we clipped from'

dissolve gelatin In warm water. Northbound '|, It In a serious disease becauseIt you may avoid this serious dis fields and MacDIll Field in Tampawill Phillips asked Federal liquor Altoona, Kansas. Tribune wh

Add vinegar and salt Chill. When Leaves Starke at 2:20: a. m. may lead to mental Illness, ease." I I immediately become centersof agents in Florida to prosecute clever editor probably wrote

slightly thickened, fold in remaining 12:30: p. m., 1:45: : p. m., vlO! : p. causing death, Mrs. Lewis says, Afrs. Lewis also stressed the army air maneuvers beginningnext buyers:. as well as sellers of illcit himself:

ingredients. Turn Into Individual m., and 10:10: p. m. and goes* on to explain that pel- Importance of *he sanitary toilet month. liquor. In the old days of prohibition The lawyer faced the jury.

molds. Chill until firm. SouthboundLeaves lagra results from eating the project now under way in this I I The largest unit of these two buyers got by, because the. "My friends," he sadly said

Unmold on crisp lettuce. Garnish Starke. at 2:40: a. m., wrong type food, not composinga county "The installation of sani- transfers will locate In Orlando. National Prohibition Act did not "My client did the murder.

with mayonnaise. Serve With 10:20 a. m., 2:20: p. m. and 5:20: balanced diet. "People who eat tary units where'needed through-'i 1 This is the twenty-third Compo- make it an offense to buy illegal He left these women dead.

cheese biscuits. Serves 6. p. m. a disease balanced" the diet do not have the out our county is the only hope :J i site Group, the army air corps liquor "The'girls' worked In his office

Every Day Salad Went bound nurse says. of permanently eradicating hookworm :;[crack tactical squadron composed And every time he spoke,
Requirements: 1 large shredded Leaves Starke at 5:35: : p. m. curable continued: "Pellagra is a ," the nurse stated. She ,':'of about 650: men and officers. BETTER WATCH OUT "The blond replied 'all righty:

carrot 2 cups shredded cabbage, and 11:30: a. m. disease providing Its victims urges everyone who can possibly I'j'I This twenty-third C o m p o s Ite Acording to announcement from And the redhead, 'Okie-dote

1-2 cup shredded cheese 1 sliced Eastbound and are will put on the right diet afford to buy materials to ob- 'I Group will live in baracks to be Tallahassee, the State Highway "It tried his patience sorely;

banana and 1 small onion grated. Leaves Starke at 5:20: p. m. ,as they remain well as long tain a sanitary toilet while the ':: built on the grounds of the airfield Patrol will move its flying squadrons It ceased to be a joke.

Mix lightly and chill. Add 1 cup Ticket office and bus depot at diet.they It keep is on with the proper. project is in operation here. Surveys I and will carry on their tacti I II into the East Coast area "He strangled Miss All Right!:
of mayonnaise. Serve. Conway'S Service Station, corner a contagious disease last year Indicated that more I I cal and precision flying assign about July and begin a sweep of And shot Miss Okie-doke.
Highways* 13 and 48. no matter how close the association than 00 percent of Bradford ments from the Orlando Airport. license checking from Jacksonville "Though technically speaking,

chenka the well between the sick and County school children are infected I Estimates of money to be spent to Key West. Director W F. This might be homicide
MALARIA FOR BABY'S COMFORT and it is not necessary with hookworms. I In hanrilino thla r-.m.. .a. _.* Reid announced the plan release bin
"You should
I ---- --- recently really
666 In 7' ..._....__L __. _.. -- from : "I5"D as a '
days & relieve .lYuue.-a it may Aiixir 11 intcnaea $500.000 to $1,500,000. This move to enforce the drivers' For it was justified.

COLDS for Minor upsets of the stomach Timely SuggestionsOn peclively, for large trees. Response includes money spent for hangerand license law passed by the 1939 The room was wrapped In alien

symptoms first day and bowels that result from overeating to this treatment will air field facilities as well as legislature. Increased collectionswill As heavy as a cloke

Try "RubMyTlnm"Wonderful improper food, or tempo- Farm Problems show benefits from it after some the annual payroll for the men allow expansion of the State Till the Jury said. "All mighty"
rary over-acidity the
Liniment A bottle of McO.'. stomach. time. of the Air Corps. Highway Patrol, which now has And the judge said "Ok
Baby Elixir (Information and suggestions in 42
Liquid Tablet officers.
Salve Note The "
costs only 3Sc.CARPENTER'S. thla column come from research twenty-third Composite 1 1-
Prop Group comes) to
DRUG STORE workers of the State Experiment t Now )la the time to plant Crota- Maxwell Orlando from

Station in Gainesville.) larla apeclabllis on land that is being vacated Field Alabama, which Is FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
BOREE FUNERAL HOME not to be used this Summer to of a large training establishment school. Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render

Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 134 "Mouse ear leaf" of pecans us- control root-knot. Care should Tampa will welcome the third EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

We have added a late model AMBULANCE to our equipmentwith ually can be corrected by applying be tion taken off to keep other vegeta bombardment group of the Army MODERATE PRICES.
the land
however, in Air
special springs for easy riding sine sulphate supplemented by order to starve out the nematodes. Corps from Barksdale, Louisi- DeWITT C. JONES
nitrogenous fertilizer to ana, where
encourage they will
"A HOME-LIKE complete the Starke Florida
Manager growth of the trees. For a complement of men and equIp-

small tree, application of one or Red spiders and several other ment at the large army air base

.. two pounds of zinc sulphate and pests of many cultivate plants under construction a t MacDIll

INSURE WITH five pounds of sulphate of ammonia may be controlled effectively witha Field.

N. D. WAINWRIGHT scattered over soil area dust consisting of five pounds I The city of Orlando will
JR. about equal to spread of branches of hydrated lime to 95: pounds of plete the purchase of com-
is usually effective. The amountsof sulphur, in I eighty additional "I'rNRIII"Do
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS or this proportion.This acres) to be added to the
zinc sulphate and sulphateof material is fairly safe on Municipal Airport 9
Phone 74 grounds which
STARKE, FLORIDA ammonia may be increased to most plants, but It may burn very will be turned over to
as much as 10 and 20 the army
pounds, reSUMMER delicate ones. I for their
use. T->-IA-, arm---oJ'' ..,111... ,*,"VII-_
struct runways and
hangars suf
Cattle that have contracted ficient to when tied in with the Your Tradingwhere
pink eye and those exposed to present facilities
of the
/ / tile disease should be vaccinated complete airport art
with infectious keratltls bacteria I an army air base of 6 pieces Rogers Silverware

A qualified veterinarian should be major significance. given away with every $10 in trade
The Civilian Pilot or certificates.Are .
called In to vaccinate the animals. Training pro-
gram is
likewise RedeemedIn
Eyes of cattle suffering from the progressing in
i rapid strides throughout Ca..h If GARAGE
VACATION disease should be treater several Florida. SMITH'S
I of the You Choose
times many conditions
daily with a 1 percent solu-
tion of silver nitrate or an olnt- | to air activity In this STARKE, FLORIDA
i State, Florida wll
ment containing 5 percent of yellow undoubtedly be _
R M. tlgLaw oxide of mercury. I tense Florida will undoubtedly be '*"I'IIInIIIIIIIIOIIIIli1114AJIlAnllunll,'. "' ,','III''"mum'jimiiimmiiniNiii'''' iimiiiiiiiiimiiiiinniiimm, ".m,.iiiiiiiiiiiiin" .,i minimi 1111 m.mm,,111"11",,"' I I iii"I n
State of o' ''' _. .
the Union as the ilwlmauulwwulAuluuuwwlwunlulullwlwuwYlwlwauwlwlwuuauawuumu''' j ,lwu/ .nluuuamuuluu"/ awI

Cut Out Crooked State defense now program possesses continues.two large The ;,I I II

] i And Limby Trees"Use naval the other bases now, one under at Pensacola and I II I

construction {i
the axe 'on the crooked on the St. Johns River at if
et and *.. A ..........-. ..._._ JackannvliI I.-I
0 --lImby trees- in- order to give and n. fcwi umg oaain I,
me young straight, promising onesa sub-station at Canaveral Har

-- WITH YOUR EXTRA TRAVEL SAVINGS chance to develop Into profitable bor at Cocoa on the East Coast, I II

._ timber and turpentine trees" submarine base at Key West and g II

Louis T. Nieland farm forester Army Air Corps bases at Orlando I III

with the State Agricultural Extension and Tampa. Millions of I

GOING BY BUS Service, advises forest dollars are being spent on physical [
land Improvements I
I owners. and naval of these army II k kI kr
bases I
Mora Many forest owners in the past I and millions more II
Vacation more fun for LESS i*yours when you travel have cut good timber trees from' will be expended in their upkeep

by Florida Motor LID... Modern new bus**, many completely their woods without considering and maintenance of their activity I

I ? air-conditioned leave from the heart of town to all the necessity of 1
sparing seed lively In 1I t
/ your lavoril vacation resort Fare less developing a better for I,
are a fourth trees, leaving the croked llmby, est if farm
forest ::1 I
the cost of driving owners will
automobile. and put
your own fire-scarred ones to grow, them to sorry,
unpromising trees

y I' CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION Mr.much Nieland less valuable explained.trees These have a in chance order to to grow give the good trees DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH

crowded the rapidly and to 3
young saplings that useful size
e LACY CONWAY, Agent have finally come out, preventing Extension forester and development," the OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST I

them from attaining maximum Small says. I
development. wood and sawlogs, firewood, pulp I Upstairs ,Over Ca.ova Pharmacy
poles!! are some of the I
"The axe and saw long have I uses for crooked and scarred trees Every Wednesday 9 a. m. to 5 Pmwummu m's.ywAlwlsl
been used for laying the forest that are cut for improving
low but they can be used effect-I I forests. .
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., rLY !S. 1940_ _ _ _ _ _
The Rain Fall

.. tf/lust: And The Unjust Alike? This j
Au [ Looks
11a''' L Open Hearth is Easy to Make Suspicious Cats KnownIn dog the cat has an appreciation ) '
i iAt of music that .
can trained to
Father J ndcth> the cloud and back of the wind The Clearwater Sun devotes Ancient a .t; J
high degree.
"our like
i to walk
'" : the jUst anti on the un- that the Creator provides them. r some of its editorial space to a Egyptian TimesA up and down the piano keys Y
on One 'I
raindrop or ;
5:43.: one dewdrop matter which listening to i'.
._ f..tthl'W contains Os has received Increasing the notes. I

i is often caughtL enough and Interrelated arrangements | attention of late Chinese gazes earnestly Into And don't you ever think that :
attention designing to en- the eyes of his cat. Affection?
tort that rain falls upon courage me to adore God. namely, the possibility, or porb- Not at all. He Is can't count! A mother cat (
unJ"st-a marveloodM8S We 8 JI I' abllity of Intensified German I merely trying checking over her kittens, know If
just. and may say that the earth q.u : to see what time It Is. And, by
Indl'ed.but we fre- moves on Its axis' propaganda activity In the the Instantly If one is missing.
giving day- I 4 same token, If his cat is unutually -
tly overlook the fact that : light after night, but who made t.ININO | era Hemisphere. In fact\\'ellt-I playful the Chinese knowsa And cats can talk In meows as < ;, ,

\\leRvenly Father sends the the earth and who arranged the so r Sun gets specific' -basing storm is coming. eloquent as words. One very cold] 'I';

We can readily see that It axis ? Far better to accept the :,;" I comment on the statement that How closely the night, someone had left the win- r';
cat nas been '
upon all classes. but statement In Gods Word :: "Seven hundred sacks of mall dow open In the kitchen where a ,
rail : in
"By wrapped the life of
up man!
that ItINr cat and her
miss realization Him all things hold together"Tho / sent from Germany to Mexico The beautiful little small kittens were', : .
may -' creature seems
_____ ICMGAI2c sleeping. The
earth Is a dead thing. The were handled by Tampa postal first to have cat went to hermistress's ,
the direction ,. clerks last week.."' appeared Africa, bed and k I
,>cause: we know axis Is Imaginary. But Jesus I Coutlnu}IIg, the although Persians and Angoras meowed soplteously '
.winds, and the seasons ofrear Christ who manages this ;- I South Florida paper stati-s' : "Tho that the woman went to 'h '
earth'srotation rt._ '--- are Asiatic, and our dear old"Tabby" -
with a vaster Is / mail was sent from Germany kitchen and closed the win. I ': I i,
together living and I 'l
real it tamest of the tame,
(low '
r, ;
facts and 0 \
through Cubit
Is Italy to thence to '
general common to
Of remark her "
that the !got stripes from a strain of I
\\'e forget God. Like c l1d- rotation of the earth will\ $ I Tampa. From Tampa It was European wilulc'at.iltit Oh, yes cats can talk. One ii i ,.ctl'' 't
who eat the food but forget duce sunrise In the morning. :,; it sent to Mexico by rail. Prior to the cat blind lover of cats compiled a 'i iJ f '
wise first domesticated
who produced It. we But Is It not better to last week the amount of German vocabulary of 17 different cat "j'f\
parents consider in
"hath the rain that mail for Mexico handled a t ancient Egypt. There It sounds with their and 'j 'I
consider our Lord meanings; '
,to gives us the dawn I I II Ii was regarded\ with the deepest he 1' ;,
other' of day? FRONT VIEW I__ tOUNDATION TO Tampa amounted to little. The claimed that after dark or (

though for a rainfall of only Farming and gardening can be I -i I BELOW CsT I IAa Ir'L seven hundred sacks came just I wan reverance mourned Dying with elaborate naturally, It when Tabby thinks herself unobserved i ,; .\' .

inch over one square mile, done In the atmosphere after the Associated! Press had sym. she uses about 600 :
of worship bols. If killed Its murderer \
clouds that bold 1 that watergh If we can but realize 3'.6' ... -- - ..I carried dispatches telling of the handed was more It you want to learn cat '; '
how over lo the
fall to extremely large number of Ger- furious mob talk you will\ find all this .
64,700 tons dependent we are upon God, 'I'I'r: -2'-6' .i1 SECTION A-A to be beaten to death.
tmber that "God blndeth the Much as the blind man mans now entering Mexico. Put Clark's }'ussy and Her
cannotsee ting two and 'two One Roman very foolishly Insulted Language"
cloud', as surely as that a work of art together one
k retched out the north over who has not received so a person Christ I I might say there is a connection an Egyptian cat. lie startedan A cat will play with her kit- ,
between this huge increase of insurrection. And the Per- tens like \
.ty space and he hangeth the lacks the realization of the goodness | HI I I lun king, Cambyses! the any human mother with ''i 1.1
Nazi mall and the of the fighting her
nothing. Not only of God la the II IIiC An antilnar ..pIi.. that will ra- presence babies. She will teach them t
th upon midst ;
bind the cloud. but He daily toll. To of fK\ quit minimum' .t "labor and atpM.>.. many German newcomers who are Egyptians, was smart enough to how to catch mice. She will : I.

s he He originates it, Mm rain may be L ''t \ %I 1))i I Th....! will ... ,... ban*.!.....r.l., believed to be Nazi fifth columners. have his aoMlera, use living catsas teach them to take care of : i
It, only falling
slitutes water. But to one I ( : ......, Mima maths. .! 1.0. pip for ihrtll This of course, Is only n. hlel He It Is who causes the gen- who has been justified in Christ, t-: ...|..1. .f......... ., flue lining. Egyptians rather than hurt the when sick; to dip a :
Into food and I/tON/ .... ... guess. Why, don't we find out feverish toot In cold water to II
rain to kiss the fields, the growth the sun I. .* fc..ltr bvlp. In "building. the sacred beasts, let themselves be ; \ i ,
ranee a million growths. shine, the rain all have 3AIc ?- .rill ..| !.. b... ..... .* Int. lkAnklHI for a certainty by opening some lie before a warm tire if they II I ,)
a raindrop and wee significance him a higher/ ______ i ...n.* P......110.. ar. ... of the mall ? Tush, tush; the mall captured. I have a cold. And just as Amer I '1

'e trace the cloud and to thed Cod-sent. Rain they are _ ::: ...._..,. I. all p.... af the ....fry Is sacred and we are a moral In Damascus a cat hospital was lean Indians learned from the : I,
to Is but built '
a symbolof but ahaalj ....... b.law winter fract and polite people. We do not In honor of Mohammed's wolves that a sulphur '
but how very far short Is the love sent down from ,., cat. He spring *
heaven I. wag so fond of the little
until we see above above. / r-6 171 i open other folks mall. What cures rheumatism; from the bear ''f
tracing thing. which had a habit of sleepIng that >, 'I"'I"I
would Hitler do? He would openIt a red-clay bath will heal '1
TOP view of course. He would destroythe In his sleeve, that once, rather wounds; from deer that fresh Ii t

Appreciate Florida's Wild Flowers I letters or change their contents than disturb her, he cut the ferns will cure fever; from dogs I
Why not add sleeve
an extra room In your life with very little expense or do as he dinged well off that "don_ _Jrrasa" will mAi.. t......ii. .It
--- -------
avel The Byways-Not The Highways by building an outdoor Did you know that a king once w. I I
fireplace In your yard such as pleased. But Adolf Is a very bad a sick stomach; so European ,
the simple one shown above. In Florida. where at least eightof man. and we musn't do what made a special decree to fix the first learned the virtues of cat .

far full appreciation of Florli Purple deer-tongue, white eupatorium the twelve months in every year are outdoor weather months Adolf does because that would prices on cats? He did. This nip, or mint, from watching sick ';

i wild flowers, turn from the and the lavender aster It Is a shame to deny yourself the fun that can be had with make us bad men too." was Howell the Good, King of cats. .! i I
It' road to the piney woods by- an Wales In the OOO's. A kitten he i;
mark the outdoor One old '
fall fireplace. 15th
take to landscape while said before it could Century herb- l
\\1 and trails or winter SIIIKI..KV I,:l\II'LI,: RETIRES! see, Minulil' l ,
[ boat on the lakes and violets.A brings out blue and white Shirley Temple with her first cost a penny; before It hail doctor wrote: "Cat-mint !Is of a "?'f

atfl m, Krdman West said In a Doctor Says Spring Fever million. and more, In the bunk- caught a mouse, two pence; and I sharp smell and plerccth into the I I"I

|cnt plea for greater interest plant attracting more and i In "retiring" at the ripe old nge after that four pence, a great I head. It hath a hot taste, with ;j., 'I:

the! i State's 4,000, native plantsmore ,1.more._. ._.. atention_ .is. Bartram's, "Lostuiia I Just A Myth ; Grandma Doubtful of 11. I'I sum In th OHO dav Hut---ih un. a' certalne bitterness. Nevertho._ __ __n IJ" ,
widespread effort to -, or saipingostylis:: coeles- Imal must! be perfect In henilnganil lesa, thin pungent mint Is a prell1"

[i'eet them. tina. First found in Florida in I I Grandmother probably will plains It this way: The ly-halrecl child sensation sight: a good mouser with ent helpe for them that are bur .

Go into the flatwoods," theriment the 18th century by the great never believe It but take the wordof "The feeling you describe ai who ruled the nation's box wlif>lo claws: and, If female, a steen Inwardly by means of some tL
offices from 1933 1938
Station botanist said English botanist and traveler I expel.ts-she was all wrong spring fever Is probably due to will through careful nurse. If he failed In any fall received from a high place rI"

j-'l i you'lsee\ myriads of yellow William Bartram, it later disappeared when she gave generou doses of the fact that the body has become never Century-Fox connections when with Twentieth hertwentyfouith of these condition, the seller and that are very much brused, ;

Orange cone-shaped flowers from botanical observation I sulphur and molasses us a cure accustomed to cold! weather must refund a third of the purchase If the juyce Is given with wine i'
I and latent film. .
| the milk-worts, the scanty for many years. A few for "spring fever." There isn't all winter and too suddenly Is'' "YounK la released. ft money or mende.--Otir Dumb Animals. I Ir i I.

Is i of which smell like winter- years ago It was found in Brad- any such thing. called upon to make adjustment I was finished People last week. Tho cat who guarded the king's '

ten and, are called 'candyroots' ford County by the late Dr. John I That listless feeling you get to warm wen'l>*r. Probably the granary was held of high importance OU FURNITURE MADE ;

I children. Then, there are the I K. Small. While It grows In around this time of year, three nerves controlling the blood vessels Iloth agreed the parting was Any person who stole or LIKE NEWl.nweat 'I "
medical authorities don't amicable. Airs. Temple said she killed It must forfeit either a ,
|cher plants the blue orbexl- larger numbers in Bradford than agreed today make the adjustment! I''

pink rhexlas, St. Johns elsewhere, It Is also found in Isn't something that you can pre. without upsetting you a bit." was concerned because stories "to milk ewe with her fleece and i I, : l!

itS. and many others." 'small areas In Clay, Union, Baker, scribe medicine for or put down Dr. John C. Scott, professor of I suit the new growing-up phase inShirley's lamb, or III much wheat as would< Prices ,

Pitcher plants, with their Intcalchlng and: Putnam counties. To see j Iin a textbook, or analyze under psyslology at Hahnemann Medical life" had not bee found. cover the cat to Its tall-tip If On All I Im'Work ,

( leaves, are partic- this beautiful cerulean flower In cause and effect. It Is, well- College thinks the change In She added that she felt her suspended! by the tall with its ': \! '

krly Interesting, Mr'.' West ex- bloom one must arise at daybreak "It's all a myth--: state of I blood volume may have something daughter was entitled to "those nose touching the ground. AT '' ",
mind," Dr. Hobart A. Rel- I to do with the normal natural benefits that may Hut the cat Is accomplished an
kined. The small eastern species for the bloom withers by says case. FREtBUICKS)_ t/.i/
be derived from .
mingling and well as good for :
I common and the large yellow 8 or 9 o'clock in the morning. mann professor of medicine at "You need more blood. In warm catching mice 7f ,
competing with numberof It
a large can sing. Peihapn. don't
mpets of western Florida are This plant cannot be transplanted Jefferson Medical College. weather to carry heat from the other children." you FURNITURE HOSPITALeW' t '
admire Its
unlike the '
ierou but the rare red-and- satisfactorily.Mr. "When the weather gets warm, Interior of the body out to the Bong S ;

k flowered species should betected. West also called\ attentionto people begin to think of going skin: he said. "It takes about I II

Catesby's pitchernt the legally\ protected magnolia 1 fishing and going on vacations. five days for the body to manufacture -

| with beautiful .Dink flnwpr"OYearsAgol hollies yellow jessamin, dog- But they can't because they haveto the additional blood

R] delicate purple and -greenInert : UTnnl.wwu, .icuvuu.....h..1, _ju-iLvuiiLaiii..."_'ft'_ ,....__..I, I kep working. So they feel Hence, In the first few warm

leaves, Is very rare he I wild smilax, royal m.u and: I against the restraint and become days before the extra blood

14 Pitcher plants as a rule epiphytic orchids. The latter I restless. That's all spring fever has been pl'oduced-you're like

plot be transplanted. grow on tree branches and ''It," an automobile that doesn't have '

[Turning' from the flatwoods," trunks, deriving their plant food I Dr. Myer Soils-Cohen, chairmanof enough water in the radiator.

Wen continued, "we findof from the air. Many are becomingrare the county medical society's "That may partly explain what
our lakes I, public relations committee, ex- you call spring fever."
and streams as a result of inroads made lte

veritable water gardens. Tall bythe public and persons who .

flttartaa, with dainty white sell them. "Unless this whole- I erly sought as mirrors, of world find them. I

\were, grow In floating masses, sale gathering ceases, some of I personages and events. Mauritius. 1817-a one penny 0.t

tie;' and yellow water lilies dote our orchids will\ disappear," he Stamp collecting with the commendation orange marked Post Office Mauritlus -

Surface, and the slender plck'Ueed said. I' of President Rooseveltand valued at $17,000 unused. -

forms masses'of slender Summing up: "One could talka encouragement of Postmaster Spain. 1851 two reals, error in

M pikes. In late summer one long time about Florida's wild General James A. Farley, has color that they were printed in ,

W we arching sprays of purple flowers. The inch-high bladder-I flourished remarkably in the blue instead of red.

"ion! masses of goldenrod and wort to the 12-foot ferns, the United States during the past decade British guiana, 1850, two cent

I rple color"Carolina asters In cascades tiny mayaca blossom to the huge I and has reached the "big pale rose, and valued at $17,500.

|[ln the white magnolia, the graceful sea business" stage. Others of the same design but of

fall woods In early spring or oats to the dry sand-loving Am- j For example the pastmaster- different denomination are valuedat I
there are thousands of from $200 to $10,000 each. Baden
mopursus, the brilliant vermillion general reported sales of stampsto
'rned lilles- pinklsh-whlte slxtrs gilia spikes to the hidden purple collectors alone amounted to 1851, error In color, printedIn

nodding in the blrthwort flowers. All of us 51698.45 i n December, 1939. green Instead of lilac rone-
-"ometlmes called\ valued at $11,000 each. Hawaii.
should learn more about them Such sales, stimulating: the national -
1 by the layman. 1851.: two cent blue, command
and try to protect them." stamp business have, perhaps
I contributed much toward prices of from $15,000 to $20,000
each and, United States provisional -
lifting postal receipts out of the
Watch for Old Stamps Issues by postmasters between -
red recently.
I ISIS and 1847, also are ,
-They May Be Although no extremely rare very valuable It I .

(! stamps have been reported foundin
our Issue of June. Very ValuableTake Florida, philatelists from time Recent "upside down" airplane \ ;
1890)) Issues and, others with odditiesare ,*
Jot s a good look at the stampon to time discover valuable and Included In the rare and ,.

Williams reports hIS cotton that musty old letter uncovered semi-valuable items while rum valuable clam
Id lull of bloom. maging through old letters and
in spring house cleaning i

lliu, 18 Annie a crack Alderman, of Mel- paperbasket.before you toss it Into the waste-I I cards the stowed house. In neglected nooksIn I\New Sources Of Feed I "'

bird ahot. She ,
bring down" "......,...1,1'a .mnat.... valuable. collection "Sweet potatoes may soon become
every bird that It may be a rare British Guiana I ova ---- ---
PJltIl8''to be In front of her gun 1856 now valued at $50,000 by it l III( believed, Is owned by an Important livestock feed

1111 time. stamp collectors. Of course, Thomas A Ladson of Tallahassee, in the South." slates The Titus-

h Bugg i Is spending a short not likely to be that It'S// and Its value Is placed in the vllle Star Advocate. "Feedingtests I
which have been conductedat
Ue hundreds of dollars.
With his stamp-there are only two
father and stations in Aala-
sister exhibited experiment
1 ones in existence. Philatelic peculiarities are
Epperson, I socialite bama, Georgia and Tennessee
Waiter What you're looking at Is prob- by a New York I
Alvarez violet stamps, show that sweet potatoes a I
III was thrown ably a Jim Farley special, worth who collects only
horse t value If
high feeding
last Friday. about .000003 or less, or 3 full : or the Brooklyn woman who
IIr. E. balanced with cottonseed meal or
1 for four D- Wall marshal of this cents) for practical purposes. I specializes in black designs.matron Also who other protein rich feeds. The I / [ : p I"II'r
years, the St. Louis
kin,,'. h_ h.__ resigned last But the hope of finding some experiments indicate that dehydrated ,r
time to ferreting -
-rn In in i 'r William Tyson was rare variety is only a part of the I devotes her spare and sweet potatoes equal C, J f
. his out triangular stamps
excitement and romance that
for pound for fattenIng -
1Ir. debutante who corn pound ,
I 'In W6H Johns Is now lotd spike stamp collecting with zest the Philadelphia devoted to the Red steers Tests at the Alabama

1 Rivers' store. and adventure for almost 10,000- garners issues experiment station at Auburn revealed ....

me of Our ladles take 000 philatelists ranging from Cross. an acre of sweet potatoeswill /i-iWA t\ Li1'

i In their yard8. Mrs.great President Roosevelt to just plain One of the more recent under produce two to three times f .r
ran E.
has a yard full Joe Doakes, Tallahassee, Fla., takings of the United State government as much feed as an acre of corn.
of j
.by rose. and other owers. Mrs.'Colored1 USA. !I Is the current "famousAmericans" The average yield of sweet potatoes The delicious taste of ice-cold
haa series I ,
endless Stamp collectors the world over in some Southern States Is

Peat? flowers variety- The of are taking special Interest in I called "heroes of peace" series by 88 bushels an acre, but experi- Coca-Cola is only one of the reasons .

flll."ng have a window their collections this year. The the postmaster-general. ments Indicate this productioncan ,

With bright foliage 100th anniversary of the adhesive The 35 stamps picture representatives be Increased to between 200 0 millions welcome it at home. : : '

It lbaturUUll13, postage stamp Is being commemorated from several walks of and 400 bushels In most sections I I .

r. IrrcLeod, dentist has his this year and the United life who were voted to have con- of the State" It has the charm of purity and the
for most to American = t
the States government Is expected to tributed the
1i0U e. preSent 1 ln the Ken. I commemorativestamp. The first U. S. stamp NOTICE: al of feel : 1
a special progress.
books of the gift making you really re- ,
!*) jCt of bearing the picture of a negro The registration ,. .

Sarnp.0? the Incorporation of the famed Booker T. Washington. Is IncludedIn City of Starke will be open for freshed. Your dealer cairies the '
1r4 City and Starke The first stamp was of which is the registration! of electors from ., '
the series, a part
II Published "penny black" Issued in England, July 13, 1940. to Sat "
in this isCntry I In the postofflce
May 6. 1840, and bearing the facsimile on building In Tallahassee at this I urday August 10, 1940. Inclusive handy six-bottle carton. ::1-

people of Queen Victoria. at the City Hall-

'!\aLe 1ttelller. In complain some of the Since that first crudely em- time.But If you're a philatelist and Carl J obns.Registration, BOTTLED UNDU AUTHORITY or ml COCA-COLA CO. BY I

BUftering. places bellished bit of paper 8tampshave wealth and Officer, J
Creit taken on "streamlined" elegance are anxious for postal stamps City of Starke. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY1D. "
!In Itraw hats color and fame- here are some 7-12
'trIb,, and modernistic I can 2-28 3t _
worth small fortunes-If you -4 t4
4: Company. design and have come to be eag-

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tators who are today giving us, in. the sub- Eagerly Awaited NO SCHOOL TRUSTEES MONEY COST NOW OF GOING LOAFINGIS UI4 Mr.You'll .

The Bradford County Telegraph jection of innocent people to their commands i "Rebecca"_ At RitzThe FOR BOND
from Page
}..tubllHh* 1877 an example of their ideas of human Ritz Theatre Sunday and (Continued from page one) (Continued
'I -wean It?", but thought "what'sthe
rights. the motion of the Hampton
Monday will present l Trustees breath
ht.llHhf'd'N'kl on Friday* Anil Entered tut Sec- of the popular I II II I two men as Janitor use waatln' your on
Americato version recommended
"It is time for the citizens of picture i ?" Neither did he
the Pont. Office at Starke, Fla. the there and the that.dope
en* Clana :Mutter at novel "ReBecca, which swept of the school
We must boldy declare ourselves, I trouble to ask what grade. He
__ _H speak. I country early this :year. Board decided that H. C. Green would want the 18c
MEMBER = r- and demand that these alien intruders return This Is the kinI] of a story I (janitor last! year) should go to knew Calvin

-, LoRIr\PREssAssocIA11oN to the shores from which they came. that will keep many a movie-goer I I I until the Board took lame! fur- kind.Jack \ J well matter. The
but it Is in the
awake at night i (ther action
1 of our country-of our last drop, and screwed on the p
We must be proud worth the loss of sleep. "Rebecca"has { Board also deferred action on a

.:?4flwakd .. American institutions-of our form of gov.. the same urgency about its I resolution from the Mayor and cap.Calvin handed him 36c, having I

ernment. We must tel our side of the story''story, the same brilliantly created City Council of Lawtey request- of pennies by this time. I
BSCUIITION: KATti: : atmosphere of mispence! as many that Cecil Whitehead be re- plenty ,
which I ling
from the spiritual values I "Thirty-seven cents, Jack said.
"Aside the
is a at '
I other stories: but it as patrolman -' ":'
Yearly, $! I.ZO: ; Six Months' 1' Payable In Advance great i employed "New Federal tax you know."
have accrued to us from the privileges we {novel that Is Infinitely more moving Lawtey school. x x x this City \. '-
\ l\ertilnjr Kate on Application "Gosh what a nuisance, Cal
inherited from our forefathers let us re- : mora deeply concerned with will refuse to appoint any one -
I the Inner working of the mindsof except. the Marshal (Cecil Whitehead vin grumbled. 1
Show Your Appreciation for Life, examine just a few of the material values men and women The principle ) of this city any police "Sure," Jack replied. "Nuisance

., liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness inherent in our American way-values setting of "Rebecca" Is the great I power xxx, the resolution taxes-that's But it's not near what as they much call of'em.a '";i"

"We hold these truths to be self- achieved "by free enterprise under the pro- Cornwall estate of Manderleyand stated. nuisance as It would be to have
Constitutionof Is about Rebecca, Its glamorous Mrs. Klva Sullivan in chargeof '
i evident that all men are created equal tection and guarantees of the mistress who has been dead for I school cafeteria requested Hitler come over and blow us all

that they are endowed by their Creator the United States of America symbolicby eight months when the story the county the !Board_ to purcnase: to Kingdom come." i: !
Calvin, roared out of the station -
that flag of ours-values rep- opens-drowned in a sailing needed at several
i1 with certain unalienable Rights this glorious stove wicks and headed for the lake.
and the the highest standard of living dent. But through the accl-1 schools and also requested $10a In the wateran be
among these are Life Liberty resenting Maxim de Winter's ( as After lolling around seeing a ,lot J
month for gasoline expenses
pursuit of Happiness That. to secure for the masses that the world has ever Olivier) young and she has to visit each school cafeteria hour or so, he came back to pleasant-mannered genttem

these rights Governments are instituted known. second wife (Joan Fountain) the daily. The Board was unanimous town and stopped at the Shell ing the next six months
know "Re- Place for a bottle of beer construction superintendent
among Men deriving their just powers "Economically, America is the most spectator becca" Intimately comes to although. of In acceding .to.. the re "Guess there's a tax on that new postoffice building nor!

; from the consent of the governed. That powerful nation on earth. Its industrial system course, she Is never actually quests. ? '-" too," he said, tossing a quarteron nltely under way a block of!

4. whenever any Form of Government be- has revolutionized world trade. Its pro- present' offered Mrs. Rosalind her oral(Jack resignation) Williams to the counter. dation Street. Is Excavation now in for the|

comes destructive of these ends. it is the duction meth ds have made possible the On the program with "Rebecca" : the Board which was accepted. "No," replied Inman Green. body of the building progresi
and to 100 gallonswere II|
Is the latest "March of Time" "Floor stocks up
,t Right of the People to alter or, to abolish high standard of America living. color cartoon. I I Mrs. Williams has taught several at exempt, and there Is a possibility wide by 49.6 feet deep. ?
School for
it. and to institute new Government layIng "Do you realize that although the Bargain night (Tuesday, adults Bradford High that the manufacturers platform in the rear will\ >

its foundation on such principles and United States possesses only 6 percent of 1 -cent.l) brings Stan Laurel and years.It waa agreed to pay Levy Norman will absorb the tax later."" I feet wide by 3.U feet deep j jWANTKI
"The that's a break
_ organizing its powers in such form. as the world's area and only 7 percent of its Oliver Deuce"Hardy while the In program Flying Wed- $3.30 additional salary each .said."Well, !. >-\\e will
30 miles pay
additional -
._ to them shall seem most likely to effect population, yet it harvests one-third of all nesday and Thursday Is "Dr. Kll- month added to for( his an school bus route. I' Much as he hates mental effort pound for lx>il,-il\ cotton"

- their Safety and Hapiness." the world's foodstuffs; that this same 71 dare's Strange Case." with Lew A letter received from ArthurH. he started scribbling on a meeting our approtul. No
Ayres, Lionel Barrymore, and napkin and figured up that tons or old
paper punts.
Immortal document of the world's populatibn annually Hall offering explanation as to
Thus speaks that percent of Laralne Day. his day of loafing had cost him County Telegraph.

the American people-the Declaration of In- consumes 48 per cent of the world's supplyof Today (Thursday July 4th) I why New le took River a woodshed School buildingat without six cents more than the same daya CAM,

dependence-signed July 4th 1776. This coffee, 53 percent of it's tin, 56 percentof "Twenty Mule Team" with Wal-I authorization along with the old week ago. FOR'l'HPIIIT Illnn FOR ,Of
lace Is showing for the be Caro- The Board of InitJ
Beery, 'S tough on Public
gonna /
week we celebrate the 164th anniversaryof its rubber, 21 percent of its sugar, 72 last time (matinee and night' New River School House sold him lyn," he mused., for Bradford 4' luntv Florida
wonderful event. of its silk 36 percent of its coal, 42 by the Board recently for $130. receive written bids for ,1
that percent show) bid the What happened to Calvin Call- and:or equlnmen ipnn IM l
"When I placed on
At no time since they were first put into percent of its pig iron, 47 percent of its cop- The Friday and Saturday New River School my I Intendedthe I street Monday was happening to lag school at lots Stark rotenRoutea I

writing have the inspired words of per and 69 percent of its crude petroleum? double feature Is "Viva CiscoKid" woodshed in the bid," he 'citizens (most of them better by the follow'iiK formerly,umul I J
and "Flight at Midnight. i Americans than C. C.) allover and ref..ra'"dI i i route ,
Thomas Jefferson been so significant as "The citizens of the United States own and chapter 14 of "The Shadow." wrote the Board. "I am not any the country. These so-called name:
good on a typewriter so I wrote :J. E Brow n in w, n
_ they are today. 80 percent of the motor cars operated in the letter with pencil and In my : "nuisance" taxes are expected to linK. Route t F N rmin j

LIFE LIBERTY and the PURSUIT ofJJAI'PINESS. the world. They own 33 percent of theworld's New Scout Troop writing I did say buildings. Jack .produce about $475,000,000 of the Sum Route lIf: oil iin,,or; I > Kout I

How little do they mean to railroads, and. possess two-thirds of FormedjAt LawteyBoy on Shepherd his Dad's wrote typewriter the bid, for and me he billion dollars annually of for new the revenue defense expected son Route Moore at R". "i' pr f

us. who have all three; and how much they all its banking resources; 22,000,000 homesare Scout Troop 110 has recently in writing the bid left off thes. 'tax bill. Most of the remainderwill driven prw"ne by m>d th ,il t nt i

mean to more than half the peoples of the wired for electricity and serviced by been organized at Law- We all make mistakes x x x.1 be derived from higher In- of like han,..
Roy Tomlh Ut no,
taxes next March.
earth who have already lost, or are threat- 20,000,000 telephones and 30,000,000 radios. tey and it Is expected that Its He offered the- Board $10' come payable Andrew I II! l he
Here is the Increase various '
on Into two '
for the old The Board I l-j
ened with the loss of all. We have the finest educational system in charter will be presented at an 'would not accept building.Hall's offer and newly-produced p r o d u eta, and route1/:<, -SouthSwearlnKen
early date. The sponsoring groupIs 1 K linuir]
Not that any of us would deny, if the world. Our facilities for the care of the Lawtey Methodist Church ordered that the building shouldbe services: orerl School) i iRoutea

questioned, that we appreciate these things, children, the aged and infirm-our hospitals. and Herbert Hazzard la Scout restored to its original con- Toilet preparations, from 10 to driven hv tb.nt$ P. m-igtrn4' fi
struction or the Board should be 11 per cent; automobiles, 3 to sons and ref I il i u ro(
but we take them far too much for granted. and our health service-surpass those of master. paid $50 by Hall for the bund- 31-2 per cent; radios, I 5: to I 5: 1-2 like narns'Earl
Members of the Troop Committee Oreen' I n!, A T. |
Like the benefits of good health we do not any'other country. are ,V. H. Edwards. Jr., per cent; mechanical refrigera- tout: A A Pit: "h mil nor
- ,come to realize their full blessing until deprived "More individuals in our country own J. M.. Reddish" and W. B. Plum- ing.The Board bought the Sampson tore o to I 5:) lper cent; matches llama:: ('r;'Route'''" Ri(W..'>1nr."harl l Mi",l
5 to I 5: 1-2 cents .
cents thousand
( a
colored ; '"Morel
school a Routed at Lawtei "
_ of them. more real property than in any nation, or mer. ,*:*. pump providingthe electrical energy, 3 to 3 1-2 per driven by the following n nnaona
The school would .install It.. Several
charter members -
: of
-j Every man might be endowed by his group of nations since time began, and 'the the troop nine are:*John Collier B. C. insurance policies were, renewed cent; gasoline, 1 to 1 1-2' cents c a like. name and :r..rel'r..d t( a" ro

Creator with the RIGHT to life liberty, purchasing power of the American people Crews U G, Crews R. W. Mos- with the H. C. Wall gaUon; lubricating oil. 4 .to 4 Berry Richard Route Walton Rout.

and the pursuit of happiness-but human today is greater than the combined total ley; Coleman Phillips Bobby Agency and the Board bought 1-2 cents a gallon; playing cards I an per plane. specif. lent lnnqulrementa
several 10 to 11 cents a pack; club dues now in file In
James liability
Reddish on buses
George .ot Superintendentbo 0
rights are an unknown quantity in Europe of the 500,000,000 Europeans. Likewise, it Shuford, and Phillip Shuford. from J. E. Wilson. and Initiation fees, 10'to 11 per County received until. TII... .r,

t day. What good is it to have the right to exceeds that of the billion Asiatics. Frederick Watterson was appointed cent. all 1"" 40 hi"at.. 10-nn for am') in r..to.'k ,1 sri m I II ri?

ba !liberty, and the pursuit of happinessand Let 'me make use of these figures in bus driver following recommendation th. Board meeti"'A'., IR'ihci, all Tniihiiequent IbId

yet be doomed to a fate of death, bondage a simpler way. A typical American family's They Say: and M. %V, Morrow by E. L.and Williams a peti- Gun Club Sponsors"Hitler" ... and The accent"pe, ifi ata"' nbldn lqulrementa <

_ and the VAIN pursuit of happiness? market basket contains a pound each of tion from Hampton school pat- ShootThe any contract nr t< 'ft .A' I I""he"h-'\

Let us trade holidays and make this beef, bacon bread, butter, potatoes, sugar, rons. Williams Sapp was given Starke Gun any accepted lid wI>N! to-
- Camp O'Leno (somewhere near the bus route had will spon- the contract j
Fourth of July week a real period of a dozen eggs and a quart of milk. That High Springs)-Thanks up and L. L. Renfroe formerly on recommendation by- sor another "get ready for Hit (County Superint, W At p' M0d4(|.f

_ Thanksgiving! Give thanks for the Heaven- market basket costs the average American down for the Telegraph you sent :. of the District 10 Trustees ler" skeet shoot Thursday afternoon InstructIon

inspired words that begin this column, and steel worker 1 2-5 hours of toil. For the me here.mall When I saw It there In. unanimously o'clock, July 11, beginning at 3 IV THR f'IIIf' I r MURTll
my compartment I yelled no The Board
decided I IriOIIIII
thanks that during the entire 164 years same basket in' France he would labor 3 1-2 loud I know they all though I'd the new budget definite to include in W. P. Smith, president of the FOil 1114\\. lIMVUIU.brian rot

the leaders of our country have never once hours in normal times ; in England 3 3-4 been hit with bird shot. I had to ment for payment due for arrange busesto organization and strong believer I* E.VOTK Ciimmlnor1FMalntlff:' .'.. llfH-NDI: ; ]

departed from their tenets. Thank God hours ; in Sweden 4 1-2 hours ; in Germany go way off by the bank of the the Yellow Mfg. Acceptance In "Individual" national defense I I
river to( real!. I It In peace. As i I Corp., if Issued the following call: -vs- .
that the of LIFE LIBERTY and 5 3-4 hours in 7 hours in Italy I '' possible and approved Anna J. Cumni"Defendnli'' '
guarantee ; Belgium ; soon as Evelyn Stump saw It she 14 widow's pensions.The "That we may be prepared for ,,

the PURSUIT of HAPPINESS for its citi- 10 1-2 hours and in Russia 25. 1-2 hours.In I took It into Immediate custody Superintendent was ordered Hitler's threatened blitzkrieg Invasion T.V FT.OnrOA.f1H"THE VAMP, >"rOF1 '"T\"nS'l'1'F.

sens is still the' unalterable goal of the many of these countries he would find it (temporary.) by the Board to write Carl Roberts of our homeland by sea, I TO: Anna J '","i raln.'.J Jrealdence
..This place Is beautiful beyond of Lake by air, by parachute landings, or or wherpaIO'Utt II
of the United States of America.O of to City (B. H. S. Band I I known.
government difficult regardless price purchasesome
words and know what I fifth column
I you did? Instructor) for the lowest treachery, the Starke I I I You are herein r..qlllr'
of these articles. I forgot my camera! Every time I! he would accept and also to Gun Club Is putting on its big ''pear to the. bill .' "ml.t'nI '' !
con- herein avnlnNt t \ 'I'' > I
Realize What A Blessing It Is "Surely the time has passed when we think of it I'm tempted to forget I I tact someone else capable of Band opening-day shoot. I I I Monday the 6th iliu ,;'AII R"
this Is a Sunday School party. Instruction. "Targets will be free all D. 1940.
To lie An American In 1910 can be indifferent to things that are trans- -Jean Mr. Roberts has shooters and to IT IJ:; Ft.nTHFn .oTa0FR0ChIc r
Davis. taught for the past two everybody is In- I order. be puII1lItI! .
-. Right in line with the spirit of the piring within our very midst. We must $50: a month and is understood years for to vited to come and shoot. We Bradford County 'I'p''II'Uph''* .".I.I.lI..hed ,,.'|

week is a recent address made by F. N. take active interest in the preservation of Starke-Noting your recent have requested $70 per month will have plenty of guns and I paper In of sold genera(Pountj Ofonce Br.
comments on these subjects. here for next shells on the grounds for each wl'ek"< four r]
Belgrano, Jr., a past national commander our present form of government, if we are are my Ideas in regard to same: The Board year. agreed to body to use."Come every I tlve weeks.WlTNKS:;. m' '" *".

of the American Legion. to continue to reap these national benefits. I am 100 percent in favor of compulsory water pump at Hampton buy and the out and practice up on ....I thin Sid dn lull.|!

_ "Never before in the history of our nation 'My job and ,yours-the present and future military training ages 19 ordered the purchase of exten. your shooting and qualify your 1948.""""TPIATj HH\' : ,' A ?,.ol

has there been more reason for all of security of our families-are not dependent to this( 60.Ve respect are as Model antiquated in i I sive supplies for this school. H. self for a place on a 'reception (D."ItorC'rcllit. C. f M '
as a T Ford! In B. Mayer of Jacksonville committee' to greet Hitler and his
us to say, "Thank God I am an American !I"; upon the whim of some dictator, comparison with motorized pro. I. given the contract for typewriter was hordes of murderers when they iv THR fillet ir I OI"VJ

never more reason for us to resolve that or the control of flames of hatred that may gress of today. We have stream maintenance at B. H. S. at $5 come to our shores. F.ICHITII JI OJ'II.. ,'
lined per A' n FOil 1111 0 Ifln
everything "We
America's torch of liberty shall never fail. at any moment burst forth to destroy. Theyare streamline with the let's year per machine. will have some expert FI.O'UnI' 4 HVV\ni
rifle. shooters
Our The final action of the from Jacksonville and NOTHK TO 1 :
If we ever needed a lesson on what liberty, dependent upon us-upon you and me- chances to get into the world con- Monday was the authorization Board of other points, so come out and see Jamea R Plaintiff, Prlob

freedom, and justice mean to us-and I am upon our foresight, confidence, judgment, flict are still very good, as I a $240 loan to the Board to buy some real sport." -vaJ..ele -

afraid some so-called Americans HAVE loyalty and energy. And no one can take predicted here's several months ago, but a bus chassis from Nelson Green M PrloleuDefend-" '
I I r ,
hoping am wrong. Interpretation for this amount. Clark TN THE NAME )F' TAF.
needed such a lesson-we are getting it this privilege away from us, or from the or misinterpretation After Arrives OPPLOR1PA., rlt.F.r.: : .?
arranging to advprtI, .._. U M '
from Europe and Asia today." Thus spoke millions of Americans like us, without our ot me Monroe Doctrine could for bids on bus routes at- -New- Safe In Rochester re.ldenc TO: JessIe and wh ub001S

this prominent Legionnaire, excerpts from knowledge or consent. prove I very serious. River Brooker and Bradford known.You are herel.j ...qUllfd
am opposed to a third term High the Board Telegrams to friends here "'pi"her.'n .
:whose remarks follow: "Let us walk down the middle of thi for Presidents of the U. S.. but Tuesday morning.Seriously adjourned until this week advised that :Mr.early and near' to aalnt the hill. y.I" ,>5' *O??

"In much of the world, civil liberty is road, following the direction so clearly defined If Franklin D. Roosevelt seeks Mrs. R. F. Clark and Roy R. Monday. the 6th dai

of and freedom of the founders. Our this supreme office I will be one Mathews arrived I safely at D'I "JS PITRTHBH ,DRPE'thu
freedom speech country's
by flag
cone; of the many thousands who will. Injured Rochester Minn. order he ,P1'l' >lL"r>
where *
piess are gone; religious tolerance, yes even the glorious stars and stripes, is the symbolof after careful consideration of the In Wreck MondayR. will enter Mayo( Brothers Mr. Clark clinic Bradford Countynewepaper of ",,V raI, "!clre,ot'

religion itself, is gone; independent thoughtand our very form of government. It stands past present and future, cast- for observation and treatment. ford published once In each. ,..a ld wet*"'"?'orecutlvA fc,

action are gone. Ruthlessness grinds for all that we are, and all that we hope to vote for Mm as the most outstanding A. Fisher 29, of Mayport He has been In ill health only a weeks; hand ,"<(

the small and' weak under an iron and be. In these troublesome times, it is my general election candidate for In reasons the coming too suit was critically of an automobile injured as the re short Mayo'while and, but"find decided out what to go the to 1940.I0FFICIAI.s.d WITNKSS I. this :Srd! mv day ,t AM Ju".
bloody heel.* The Four Horsemen have resumed thought that we should display this symbol.It numerous to mention. Monday night about 7 o'clock, trouble is" without further de' ("Ierof Circuit, SEAL' ,.b'|

their mad devastating ride. In all would serve as a constant reminder to -J. H. Fields. just south of Keystone Heights lay.They 'I Kelly D. C
on the -
but modern methods of murder and devastation all our visitors and friends that we respect Brooker-I note from Fisher Melrose road. trip, "took their time" on the I NOTICK TO l..;f'P0o'IV ,
your recent private nurse to stopping over with relatives .
,world has slid back into and the ideals for which it issues R. T. in THR rlHCI I'r .,. "l'K'
the overseas revere stands- that several of our Richard of Spring Lake ((7 mil) s Missouri, and Mr. Clark stood KM1HTH 41 PI. I I'
the dark loyalty justice freedom and Bond Trustees are In favor ofabollhlng north of Keystone the long drive ANn FOR ItH\It'OKf tl""t' "
ages.!! democracyand Heights on the. very well. He FLORID I*
"True, we are not without our problems that our heritage is more precious to us add my approval.the Board.It Is I wish to, Gold Head Park road waa returning better seemed to be feeling somewhat N ann Ie Lou ReaganPlaintiff,
certainly to work from Melrose after his arrival In Roches :
erious problems-but how puny they than gold ; yes, more precious than life a step In the right direction, as an automobile belonging to W. in J.I I tem, it was said. Doraey,- Raacan

seem in comparison with those endured by itself. I see it; and M I stand nomi-.1 Epperson, Jr., of Starke. He was Mr. Mathews local dairyman vs.flafendnflt NAMB .DC 'I' "
nated for IN THE $
election to the alone : G
peoples of other lands; and how bright, by "And so, on this Flag Day in 1940, I In the November election will office trol of and apparently lost con will here probably return to his home OF FLORIDA Dnr..ey'. Rag OREETI..bO
say the car, which hit soon. TO: .d,1
contrast, Is the picture of our own peaceful am presenting to you the flag of our coun- that I will vote for It and advise embankment and turned over a high sev Mr. Clark is superintendent' of I dance. No.1.and pnt hollY. 1tRI. sprln'" "

nation. And yet within the confines of our try. Its intrinsic value is small; but its real others to do so. I eral times. the municipal light and water ,Carolina. ..Hired' to
And while we're on the I You are hereby '11.,1I
country, there are some who lend attentive value is beyond price. It stands for a free I think our Representatives subject The man received multiple rib plant and Immediate past president -i to the bill ot complalnl before
could fractures, severe of the againet. you on or A
cars to those subversive elements; to those nation of free men, devoted to the ideals it do a good thing for us taxpayers: wounds and concussion, scalp I Rotary Club. I the 6th day of Aueu0 ORE?
many serious
fifth column propagandists, who would des represents. I hope that whenever your eyes if they would try to consolidatesome I and bruise He was rushed cuts to sonvllle. His condition was de IT order I" FtVRTH1Rthis b. pllbtt.hPd Telegraphpaper I 11thi .
more of our offices. scribed as i ford counry .t
troy this very government of ours, and the fall upon this national emblem you will feel Instance our Assessor's_ and Collectors For- Dr.Starke L. H.and Jennings given treatment by ing on possible perhaps Internal fatal depend Injuries lIehed of In .aid general.Counl 1'lreul It t p'(

American way of living-those who would that surge of pride, that wave of gratitude offices, with pay for a! of blood was and the flow received. one aach week' lottlve ff\lr
have us subatitute some alien doctrine fosfed which will daily inspire your silent prayer, i. competent assistant which would trapped and other treatment hU ribs Epperson's automobile was a WITNESS week my hand' Jujr.n|d
effect a saving to us. I' given was total wreck and looked seal this Irel *:** ,
by any one of the cruel fanatical dic. 'God Bless America'. I V. here. He waa then taken it had as though ..1140, *.
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all four sides. CUrk Circuit Court ,..
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