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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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va To Run Fine New Fire Station Completed Drivers'LicensesGo A BILL OF FACTS Rent Registration




layor; On Sale Concerning Venereal Disease And ProstitutesThe Awaits ArrivalOf f 1


complete text of a "bill of quarantine and other applicablelaws

an'Needed August 20thAutomobile 'acts" dealing with the problemof be enforced without consideration ;

controlling venereal disease In offender.for the prominence of the Blanks f.

Florida, prepared in the form of
for five drivers licenses for 4. War workers and men of the
Canova. yearsand a resolution Dr. Gilbert S. Landlords in the Gainesville-
by armed forces contract venereal r
the City oun ; 945-every driver must have one
of year itl'chairman -will be offered for sale by Oslncup, Orlando, president of the diseases not In camps and factories Starke defense rental area must J

pact announced his can- County Judges beginning August Florida Medical Association and but in communities where wait until the proper forms have

of Starke. Ther 20! Present licenses civil law prevails. Oftentimes been received before
mayor expire September State chairman of the Division of they can
r fae Is> W. Ii itld ; 30 and new licenses must many Infections originate I in !
candidate former so City Council ; remw Ir.r.:: be obtained by' that date. No extension -. Health and rousing State De- smaller towns far remote from register their rental property according *
j-ds, : to a statement
announced last will be granted. tens Council, was made public concentrations of men. Although yesterday ,

who r Director J. J. Oilllam of the this week by the State-Wide Pub- camp commanders have no jurisdiction by Wm. U Duke ot Gainesville '
lie Health outside of the confinesof area rent director. ,
Committee.
of It la as
urged by many Department of Public Safety i
being the other Numerous ,J JI
who follows: camp than to declare Inquiries have been
associates uutloned all drivers that they
ids and certain places out of I received from landlords
bounds for who fear
As result of the
Starke a educational
Interests of t j' vt should take their 1942 licensesto
best the military, should It be deemed that they will be violating the
Canova yes- the County Judge when they campaign conducted during the
Mr.
said
they do have law If do list
necessary the they not their
1 finally acceded to apply for the heW permits. Information past two years, the veil of secrecy power prop-
have and authority to Invo- flrty at one. However Mr.Duko'a .
and now offer my- Pictured above Is fttarke's fine new fire Mutton rerently completed on this license will be and misrepresentation has request ,
uest I cation of
the office
has
May Act. not been
candidate for the officer by the Federalorks .\,1 mlnillt ration. using Federal fund. transferred to the new license, been lifted from, the venereal disease yet
5.
The control of clandestine supplied -with the
subject to the vote of entirely. Fire Chief It. O. Iluforil and his family this peek moved I, thereby saving time for the ap- after situation the In Florida. Soon prostitution among young people and doe not expect nrceanarylUnks them
of '
pie in the city general Into the attractive apartment on the second" floor of the building. illcant. inauguration this, Ithe responsibility of parents before the 15th at the earlieet.aAs
campaign
Tuesday, September 8. W. B. Lindsay. Supervisor of considerable criticismwas i who should assume this responilblllty soon an they are received
leveled against It from
r the two Incumbents- the Drivers' License Division of different directions. many themselves and not try to they will be made available in

arks' and H. A. Bishop c. M. Phillips Scrap Appeal the Department of Public Safety to those who It carried is reassuring on- shift' it to the school, church or Starke and other towns In this
has
,ely candidates for Coun- sent detailed Instruction to i the program undaunted by this community. area,
d den unpredicted County Judges/ for handling the 6. The proposed utilization of
s u Mrs. Carrie
criticism, that venereal disease lit. Ingram has been
f Mr.! Canova from being Rites TuesdayCharles Sent To FarmersEvery new licenses. now generally recognized as a former CCC camps in Florida all appointed as the Starke assistant

ate to succeed himself as "The operators' and chauffeurs' problem which must be (1)) faced l isolation, treatment and rehabilitation and, she will have office apace in
his running foras licenses will have blank for centers. for those
,an to space openly and honestly (2)) fought sufferingwith the Starke poitofflce as soon as
left his post vacant. :Morgan Phillips 78, a farmer I n Bradford numbering". Lindsay said "andan aggressively and continuously until venereal diseases. Is the finest the blanks are received here. All

having had time to an- resident of the Sampson City section County Is receiving this week an applicant who appears in person complete control Is effected. possible. service to which them hut Is ncesHary: for landlords to f

jefoie the Telegraph went open letter from Donald Nelson, to have his old license renewed Cnly In this manner can a disease places could be put. do l Is to fill out the blank and

of Bradford County for the head of the War Production mupt produce either the be conquered which causes countless 7. Health departments. are not mall It in to the Gainesville of- I

(ection will be held Sept.of .. past 50 years, died In St. Luke's : Board, advising of the scarcityand original or a duplicate BO the work days lost In factories police agencies. Enforcement of face' .

Sept.. 13, as announced Hospital Jacksonville, shortly need for scrap Iron and number can be copied from It before and camps, which results In much laws Is the duty of other duly Mr. Duke warns however that

!. after midnight Sunday, followingan steel to keep the war effort going renewal can be Issued. Other- insanity and blindness, and which constituted governmental agencies. the fact that the landlord hat
from full speed ahead. Along with the wise he will be required to take produces Infection *lf not death The health department doe operate not yet registered his property
Illness resulting Injuries
( I letter la a self addressed postcard the examlntalon and give his old upon many unborn. however, under power of does not relieve him of the reponstbllity .

Announcesam received in a fall two weeks ago. I to W. E. Harkness, StateW. number by the Department. In The executive board of the ample laws for the enforcementof of adjusting the rent a

For Week Mr. Phillips was b or n in P. A. Administrator, advisingof Issuing a renewal license, the Florida State-Wide Public Health quarantine. Isolation examina. due August 1 and thereafter to '

Georgia, but had made his homein the amount of scrap iron and County Judge win require the Committee herewith extends ion and treatment of those per- the maximum rent level charged 1
f the most Interesting applicant to sign the certificate aonj crested, reported or foundto
this county for half a century steel and other metals as well hearty congratulation to Qov. January 1, 1941 or If the property --
lot week's atjib which it la stated that there be suffering from venereal disease -
the program as scrap rubber available on their Iin Spessard L. Holland to the was not rented at that time,
No. 1 will be a' con- engaging successfully In farming places. This material can be do- has been no change in the ap Board of Health to the Health State *. The function of the health on the basis of the first rent paid
afternoon. Pvt. and livestock raising. He was a plicant's mental or physical condition department la to promote good
unday nated to the government or payment I and Housing Division! of the State I by> any tenant after January 1,
bass-baritone member of the Baptist Church during the year". health habits, analyze health '
Moore ,, will be made at the standard I Defense to .Ml. ,
Council the
soloist with the Emoryty and of the Woodmen of the rate of 23 cents per* hundred Forms have been proVldod to Division of the FBI and Florida to problems of the area and d.vlop .
the "
glee club, will sing World.' pounds for,me tain, and one-half County Judges for resewal of 11- Federal Security"Agency for the and carry out programs of control Maid Get Money \ 'r

[roups of songs, and Pvt. Besides his wife Mrs. Minnie cent per pound for scrap rubber.It .. tenses by mall application. These fearless manner In which : for those disease and conditions -

'ate. former University of Phillips, he la. survived by a U Important that these .postCards forms' should; be completely filled accelerating the State's they are : which affect the community From LeiJa'1 1

pianist, will accompanyplay daughter, Mrs. J. D. Odom, Jr.. a be filled but and mailed out with the license number, signature -'against venereal program. aa a whole.
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a group of piano sister, Mrs.. LJixI Thomas, of Or- ;- In order that WPA of the applicant and! a full commercial diseases and .. Ona of the most progressive Thursday of Iat week, while j

Undo; and tw4 grandchildren... promptly description, and accompanied by I members of prostitution. The steps, taken in venereal diseaseprograms Mn. W.. B.. Xla.dJa\ New
tabulate 'and the 1
personnel can same executive board
,'' Juroeral.uervlCea were conducted: tire lower'half et'the.1941.4* license In this country, la the York on a burl a g trip a .
Me Is cordially invited economical ,truck'routesfor ? here assembled .
arrange exhort these official
1 this musical aour. Sun at 3 P. M.' Tuesday at'the ,Pin .the collection of accumulated toshow..{h.t It bas;;.not and tfceife agencies to maintain how fam"tu'ICigbt-iarlnt agreement ,. eolor.4 maW, Sylvia' Jack M I ,
... been 'r.lUbed"by'"the Waf and oM'stm ln her'ff n iat
the !
j to P. 14. "7 Level Church with the pastor, wute material ''o an farms In suspended 4 r revoked and .Jld.,1t"
; MceMary increase ,
r ? also the : Navy the Federal Ldla'a Drew Shop and
''I\e" W. E. Hall, aUlclaU... Pallbearers necessaryfee- a postage their Department
programweek Florida. vigorous offensive '
Is until the
ping tbe USO I Se nd the State talon, stole >18 from a .
.were Stafford L.<,iCrt ws, stamp tobe used In mailingthe pupa l
August 13, to Au- K. T. Crews T. E. Brown.' Hogan Sponsoring the program: In this license to the applicant. Florida venereal disease rate, now Health Departments on measures as well as a pair of :shoe and a r

Smith,' Lester Kite and Floyd: county Is the U. S. D. A. War Revenue from sale of drivers occupying tion of the Ignominious posi i for the control of venereal dl- bottle of nail polish. Curiously
first
ay-8:3O: p., m.-Dance- Wlgglnu. Interment was In Dyal Board of which James Rosier is licenses is used to operate the shall be place In the Nation, eases In areas where armed forcesor enough Miss Georgia Collins, who

Bind, Wash. & Temple Cemetery under the direction of Chairman. The War Board is State Highway Patrol, which has lowered. to an Irreduvlbleminimum war employes are concentrated was In her second day as an operator -

the Key-McCabe Funeral Home of working In close cooperation with been commended for reducingFlorida's Shortly after this Eight- at the beauty shoppe, lose
the General Salvage Committee of The following Bill of Facts all three articles.
m.-Outdoor Movie-14 Jacksonville highway traffic fatalities Point program was adopted, Gov
t. the County Defense Council of The National Safety Council drawn in accordance with medical Spessard L. Holland became one The money was in a dresser

y-3:00: p. m.Feature which L. T. Dyer Is Chairman. reported that Florida's traffic and public health principles Is of tl\e\ first governors In t the drawer lit the back and the maid

t'ash. & Temple Sts. Old Record Drive Aim of the present Intensified deaths. were 282 in the first six adopted by the executive board as country to Issue orders that he was seen opening the drawer AI- I

m.- -Vesper Hour-Re- Nears CloseThe scrap metal and rubber drive, according months of this. year, comparedto f. guide for local programs of affiliated wanted every possible means utilized though they knew she had no

ll-.WaHh, & Temple Sta, to Chairman Dyer Is to 402 In the corresponding periodof county public health committees for combatting the venereal business In there, nothing wa

-Garden PartyRets201 American Legion drive for get every piece of scrap Into production 1941. This put Florida In fifth which form the bulwarkof disease and prostitution. problemIn thought of it until the $18 was

N. Walnut St. scrap phonograph records for channels. And no farmor place among the states In per. citizen participation In public his State and that he would mlfiHlng out of the drawer, together

m.;Tennis Matche: -' America's fighting men Is progressing household can be overlooked centage of reduction. health In this State: personally stand behind a vigorous with the other articles,

Ie' nicely. A. J. Thomas It was stated if Florida Is to 1. Prostitution, both commercialand program of control. More recently whch were left elsewhere in the

.'St.m.. and V. S, St. John and some reach its Washington imposed Thomas To Build clandestine, is recognized as a final mantel of authorityhas shop 'They waited for the return

PVainut-St.Twilight Movie boyo went out In their cars last I quota of 68,000 tons for the perIod the greatest single source of been added to this agreementby of Mrs. Mundy Friday when ...

|y-8.30: = Friday and brought In quite a of July lat through December New Home HereFive venereal disease Infection amongwar President Roosevelt's command Sheriff A O. Andreu wa called,

1 Records p. m.- Informs good many and several persons 31st or an average of 75 poundsper workers and armed forces that "prostitution must go," and and" the woman arrested and

1 e Sts. Concert-Wash. brought them Into the office of' person. years ago A. J. Thomas 2. Prostitution cannot be regulated his order that the FBI should ac moat of the money recovered."Sylvia" .

the Telegraph. Others have stated purchased from Marcus F. Brown or controlled by means of tlvate an effective program of spent one night In

Y-8:30: p. m.-Movi e that they have records on hand For several months the peopleof and P. A. Brinson the lot 100 x Inspected red light districts because complete suppression of prostitution. the county Jail, when her "boy

Sy'Bingo Paity-Wash. 4c and will bring them In. Bradford County have been 100 feet on the corner of Walnut medically it Is Impossibleto friend'' bonded her out.

Stg.M said digging into their cellars, attics and Washington streets Prior to keep prostitutes free from Infectious 0. It has been demonstratedtime
need to be :
.-Bowling Instruction Two thing InFlorlda's garages, back yards and other the freezing order on building diseases while actively and again that officer. will Trustees Refuse
nple St.sdaY8:30. first, that the drive to-gather engaged In their trade. 'It Is enforce law which citizens
hiding places to see how much materials due to the war, he had even any
half
of a
( : p. m.-Dane. records quota toward nearly a national scrap metal rubber, etc., they engaged the services of contractor medically 'Impossible in many instances demand be enforced. Present To Cut Base Bid

ntry W yinst. Fiddlers million this could find that would help the Ben Hall to build a residenceon to determine when a pros laws permit the enforcement ofsuppret'lllion

erj-Wash. & Temple Sts. goal of 37,500.000 closes war effort. But most of them the property, and had pur- titute 18 harboring a venereal dis of prostitution and "Heretofore"laid A. .'J. '
Y-8:30 week. Secondly old, worn-out or ease. Therefore there Is no such! control of venereal diseases. Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit
: p.a..-Dance-. have not yet dug to the bottomof chased all critical materials. Naturally i
od-Starke Armory. even broken records are just as the pile, and there Is yet need when the freezing order thing as! a "safe" prostitute, 10. If the May Act, making Court Wednesday, "the Trustee r
acceptable as newer ones since ? Elimination of-red light districts prostitution Federal offense of the Internal Improvement Fund
m--Hobby Night Cla, also are "scrap", and will tor more.L. came, all his plans to build were is have been
-Leather they the only practical means of within a designated area -Is Invoked approving sale of Murphy
Work-201 N T. Dyer, County Agent, whois cancelled for the time being.
St. be made into new records for our dealing with this phase of the anywhere in Florida It will Act lands for a minimum
I i\\\\
', .-Bridge armed forces. If you have old chairman of the Salvage Com- He made application to the I commercal prostitution problem. be an admission that not only the price of 23 percent of the 1932 fit,
Party mittee for Bradford County, recently Federal Housing Administrator In
them to the Bradford 3. assessment of said
d by records, bring Street solicitation as well as law enforcement officers but the lands. Recently
Junior Woman sent out more than 620 Jacksonville, and with his O. K
at once. the
Telegraph Clerks'
ash & County procurement of prostitutes through citizens themselves are unable to Association requested I'
Temple Sta.cquested leters to the farmers of Bradford the application was pent to the
hotels" them In
taxicabs Jook Joints, cope with the graft vice and some cases, to I
County for Donald M. Nelson'sWar War Production Board In WashIngton -
New Leader trailer campy, tourist' camps and racketeer elements In tbelr midst, lower this minimum amount i
Production Board office. The and was approved.
other sources must be dealt with and that as a result they have under certain condition, namely
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For Girl Scouts letter tells the need' of scrap "After many weary weeks of for the of
rt Expenses i strenuously by chiefs of police and failed In a fundamental obllgatloti purchase properties in
metal, and Incloses a card for waiting", said Mr. Thomaa Wednesday sheriffs, who should insist that to their State and Nation. municipalities, drainage district
Wrtments Answering a plea from the them to fill out telling whether "I am ready to build." -- and undeveloped subdivisions

e business of the Nation local Girl Scouts for adult lead- they will sell! or give their scrap Construction will begin at "After due consideration how

being curtalled-and Individual erehlp; Mrs. Lemuel Colson has metal and rubber to the Govern- once and It is hoped that; by October Red Cross ReportsOn Beauty Salon ever", continued( Mr Thomas

''ngs which xcept In volunteered her services as leader ment; how many pounds of(either I 13 the home will be ready First AidThe To New QuartersMrs. "the Trustees of the Internal Im-

In the are absolutely' and met with the troop for the they will have: and whether or I for occupancy. But Mr. Thomas provement Fund refused to accedeto

t; !the war."uccessful prose- first time In the Episcopal rectory not they will need special equipment I will not be able to live In _It- Bradford County Red Cross W. B. Mundy announced their request, and the mini

Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon. Mrs to move material onto a until the war Is over. "In order mum base bids will continue to ,
J. that Leila's
Thomas yesterday Beauty

In which from he Governor, had experience In this work and "Whether you dispose of your "I had to agree not to live In the in the past year with a class now the week-end to its new locationin value,,". ,

-bi 1 Department asked that it la believed that the troop will scrap through the Government to ; house myself but to rent to a: In progress. Seven of these the new Landrum-Brownlee I

State COOperate through- make steady advancement under a dealer, or by other arrangementdoes defense worker at a rental approved courses were tbe standard course, building on South Thompson Stolen Car Found ,

e pen es, In re- her guidance. not matter. The Important by the War Production five for Juniors and one for In- street "Just around the corner"from

stating that the Girl Scouts will makea houaetohouae"canvass thing Is to get It moving now", Board. The total enrollmentfor It. present location. Early Tuesday morning F. B.
Ion had Budgeth next week in the the letter says.K. It will be a 6-room onestorydwelling structors. will Smith coming from Orlando on
Call store
estimated Bonds local representative with concrete block these classes has been approximately The East street Road 28 I
of the JUdicial Interest of the sale of War G. Duncan be connected with the beauty in a Ford convertible
Departtotal partIn of the Standard Oil Co., ex foundation and connecting gar- 200 persons. soldier '
I [n lOOO and Stamps. Those taking ahoppe by an alcove. It Is planned coupe picked up a They
per approved the drive will be: 101 ad g
;C"had, Brownlee, Elizabeth Lawson, Joan this week to be shipped to an advanced course. Those Interested for business" Monday morning and when Mr. Smith offered to f

operating examounts Carpenter, Marian Brown Janet Atlanta Ga. According to Mr Surasky To EnlistAble should get In touch with buy breakfast for the soldier, he r,

Anderson Betty Anne Flynn and Dyer, be and :Mr. Duncan have already Mrs. Edna Hart Chairman First declined. After a few minutes

offices :for uslaries of Joan DInkins. received permission from Surasky, for the past two Aid for Bradford County Chap- Howard In Hospital when Mr. Smith emerged from "
and
under the Ju lersonnel Friday morning the member the Board of County Commissioners years an employe at Sternberg's'.,. ter or Mrs. Grace Wplnwrlght, V. B. Howard has been In the the cafe his car wa.rone./ He I
t lclal De and the City Council to use and more recenUy assistant manager had way of knowing whether !
are for two-mile hike to Alligator Co-Chairman. ono
will Ga. for two
the enjoy a In ,
hospital Qultman,
... most part city and county trucks to load there instead of waiting to< tile soldier took it or not; but that !
"5nor and must be paId." Creek. the car when it Is available. be drafted has enlisted in the Chief On VacationPolice weeks and will remain there I seemed to be the fact. t
stated "yet t helie.,1 Inductedthe about two more, Mrs. Howard
: army and expects to be I
omniaston believe that Struth Promoted2nd stated Tuesday. They were on Wednesday State Highway !
?nsa for Jurors Fire Practice 18th. He has just vacation returned Chief A. L. Alvarez began vacation from Carpenter's, visitIng patrolman W, W. Townsend found :
from two-months' at
t ?, and other Lt. Elmo R. Struth Com- a He is Wednesday his 10-day sum- their daughters In Qultman, the car la the woods about three t
expenses R. C. Buford has his home In Brooksvllle.
Fire Chief miles from boomtown. It
mCourt can 124th Infantry, Fort Is at home Ga., and Plnetta Fla., when he had \
control "E" He
canhandled pany for a practice of all volunteer not joining the air corps or the mer vacation. '
called been run up on two big logs sod
and promotedto sick and had to enter the
Ga.. has been few day, but later on dur- got
as to Bennlng firemen for Wednesday navy; but la simply going up to for a returnedto stalled. Tool valued at $163I { :
-terlal s avlngs the rank of 1st lieutenant. HIs "leave" he and his family hoppital. Mrs. Howard
Ju.tlf' thor August 19 at. 8 o'clock his old Uncle and ray "Here I ing his I missing from the .
d Struthof night. Starke last were car.I.
Rillag", under ondlUow the son of Mrs. W. H. Everyone is urged to be present. ,am." will go on a real vacation. Saturday. I


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iorate. Since then, the Germans have no By HAMPTON II. B. Wiggins' ''I sympathy Miss Hazel toWHILE lief Browhe '

The Bradford County Telegraph doubt concentrated on rebuilding their rail Mae Brown aM lilt'
Oa&4/u91 Miss Jeanette Parker of Starke tended Ct: !\ t
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Established 1877NATlONALEDrroRlALASSOCIAnON roads. spent last week-end with Mr. and Mary Brown e mar late lit
4MBMfEItFLORII1APR6SS In this country, luckily, the railroadswere Mrs. Gordon Wad worth Jr. week. In

never allowed to go downfall.' The While here she was the honoreeat

ASSOCLATIONI e Post, of Belle Fourche, South Dakota, tells Author of "Hotv to Win Friends Beach.a fish supper at Hampton

I 1O.-I the story well in these ,words: "Though and Influence People." Mrs. Claudia Bell Lowman ofHatUesbul' i I

R b I:. Matthews _______ ISdltor and Owner many leaders in this country believed that &'. Miss, la visiting her

u ct SUBSCRIPTION KATE the truck and the highway were taking the parents Mr. and Mrs. R. L.

Yearly. $1.75; Six Month. '1.0Q. place of the railroad, railroad builders did Brown.
Pfc. Arthur Rhoden stationed
let themselves be pulled under'by this ee 4
not
at Fort Bragg N. C., la spendinga
bed on Friday and Entered a* Seo-, THE STORY OF A TIMID MAN ,
ir hbUl< Weekly belief. They continued to repair roadbeds, 10-day furlough at his home
;t"tlttl Mid aMa Matter at the Pot Office at Starke, FU. to construct stronger freight cars and more This Is the story of the Timid Man on the Back Row.
From 1898 to 1912, J. Will Lysons was secretary of the here.Mr.
concentrated and Mrs. J. G. Lamereaux:, '
powerful engines. They upon Central Committee with headquarters in .,
Republican State Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. Collins
. Make Those Letters CheerfulAs safety and speed. Seattle, Wash. Big-wig political speakers were sent out and Arthur Rhoden spent t h eweekend
Well As Frequent "Then war came to our nation. Oil from New York, and it was Lysons job.to assign'them to : at Hall Lake. 4

4? 11 It's the woman behind the man tankers were sent to the bottom. Fleetsof towns for speeches. They were to him great and mightymen who Mr L. O. Johns, spent, the
could not .for he was a silent, tongue-tied young man week-end with her husband. In
r behind the gun.She's trucks or pipelines carry couldn't have made a speech to save his life. Jacksonville.D. YOU

the one who realty makes enough oil to keep the wheels turning. An On one occasion, the man who was to introduce the big W. Johnson Is stationed In WAITAll

' ) the Army run. oil shortage that would 'retard the war effort gun failed to appear. J. Will Lysons was called on. He Lake City as watchman for the

'I'' Twice each day, at noon and retreat, threatened. But the railroad lines was so scared he couldn't even pronounce the man's name.If Southern Railway. Work Guarant*
someone had told him that some day he would be ableto Mrs. Dorothy Lee of Alabamahas Only The
She does her on the company were still in order-at a peak of efficiencyand the Highest Q
part man
address an audience, he would have thought been visiting her parents, Mr. *
down the well-tended rails sped trainsof LeatherBROWNSTEEN
street. crazy.A and Mrs. John H. Barker.If Uses
9 "7 She may be a thousand miles away tank cars. The war industries of the change came into his life. He moved to New York, > anyone asks, ;just tell them -.

Writing her soldier every day. nation were kept at full speed because the became circulation manager of The Elks Magazine and that Lacy Wynn likes to f o x

railroads of the United States had not been grew tremendously interested in the work the Elks were hunt.Miss
her-
This thing 'morale' depends on doing for crippled children. J. Will threw himself into this Ophelia Bryan was absent SHOE REp

Our fight our spirit our push, allowed to deteriorate work-without pay. He sympathized deeply with the unfortunate from the class room,Monday because Across From p
our spur. "The trucks are still in use, still necessary children. He was trying to raise money for of the death of her brotherat

k' but for the long, fast pull no trans. them, and wrote pages of publicity.One Twin Lakes. We_extend_nn__ n__our__

You can put your trust in the men portation has taken the place of rails children night and he so accompanied touched the hearts a speaker of his who listeners told about that REPORT BRADFORD Of COUNTY COINTV FI'Ii'ns' -

who are fighting Free enterprise, which permitted railroadsto $8,000 was, collected. J. Will saw something that he had Report ofreported FOR County THE Finances YEAH for ENDING the year SEPTEMBER ending: $epteInbr 30' till

But give your prayers to the ones develop jn a time when trucks seemed to never seen before. That the spoken word was ten timesas of County to Commissioners the Comptroller of by Bradford the Clerk County Circuit: Florida Court nd"7k.at I X t

who are writing be the coming mode of transportation, free powerful as the written word. A thought stole into his published under provisions' of Chapter 6813, Acts of 1 and me>> L

enterprise may mean the difference between mind. "If I could make a speech I could do more for the Florida. J Id. LEE C011P1'ftt
4' crippled children than by writing about them for a month." CONSOLIDATION'OF ALL FUNDR ADMI-iISTEIUD Br COl
This little poem, written by Sgt. Arthur victory and defeat for Hitler, the The audacity of the idea made him tremble. But he was COM RECEIPTS M[99lONERS::

the "Alligator" dictator." if Cash Balance, October I, 1940 _...__ ...__ ___. .
1 Kearns, and 'published in so heart-deep in the cause that he decided to try even "
Current Ad Valorem Taxes .._____...___u .. -. | jY36liiiRedemptions
124th Think of that next time see a he died the spot. ..
official mouthpiece of the Infantry you on Tax -------------- ----- ---- -- 74121
walk onto the Licenses --- ------------------------- 9,13444
brings home a railroad train. It is as much a part of the He made another decision. He would not Exce.e Feee (County Officers) _____ _.
(Florida's regiment), vividly --------- Non'
he took in speak Forfeitures .. .... .__
public and ,
untrained course Fine I
platform so a ---- ------- --- 86117
message that all of us already know, but war effort as battleships and planes and ing. He was one of the most hopeless persons in the class. Racing Miscellaneous' Commission Receipt-_..-.._____.-.....____..---____ 16.51001
i ------- lOot
f need to be reminded of frequently: The guns-It is one of the greatest, most dependable The first time, he spoke one sentence and slumped into Refund Hale of Bonds, Investments, Etc ..- __ !'&on

important part that mail from home playsin military resources the United Na- his seat. Meantime the class director had learned that Total Receipt _____._______________.___ n__
he interested in children and Total Available -------.--..---------.--- .- /II
the lives of soldiers everywhere. tions possess. was tremendously crippled h
called on him to talk for three minutes about them. J. Will EX PEN DITI liES -
The women of the United States, wives, Oeneral Administration _...__.. f 13.
had -------- u- :49 Cl
,,14 got to his feet. Here was something vital to him. He Law Enforcement & Court Costa ........- 115:59166SM1
mothers, sisters and sweethearts, can makeor Even The Nazi SaboteursGot seen hundreds of crippled children. He knew their story, Road and Bridge Expenditures ...-__
Welfare (All 1'hasen) ........ ..__. _
break the morale of any army, and our A Square Deal America and he talked-the shortest three minutes he ever knew. Agriculture ._._-...--.-....-.-' .-. _-- 4,49043 I,4800 I
' There round of How old do think he Miscellaneous Expenses __....______...._:: -_ :. NontHE
is exception. was a applause. you -
.r present army no Six of the eight would-be Nazi saboteurs was? Seventy! Yes, made his first public speech at 70! ':;'SJ"B'eb\et, ci'c-- wi -'i.i-------: : : : 01Norn
_..___ _______.. __
When the toothache when Other Debt
Expenses
baby gets a who came to the United States to I saw him not long ago. On his desk were thirty requests Investments ....-.......-.-.>.........-,.-...- ___ Sons 19,41
the wife girl friend indiscreetly to for at different clubs and Unpaid BlIlH October 1, 1940 __ Son.
or goes bomb, burn and kill, are dead. The other a speech organizations.He Total Authorised Expenditure-... _.__ 40,6dl SI
a dance with a male companion, when finances two were sentenced to long prison terms, but has won four speaking contests. It has transformedhis Less Bills Unpaid Sept. ao, 1941 _?_'.__n__. NoneNet

at home have gotten into a tangle, their lives because life. He now likes to sp .ak. He is a power and Influence Disbursement _._________._.__.__ ,_-. ....__ ,H
were spared they turned in his own circle. He is no longer the Timid Man on Cash Balance, September 80. 1941 ..----.-.. ,..
l t when bad news frpm abroad is relayed to state's evidence and helped to convict their the Back Row, the Envied Man on the Platform. He has Total Disbursement and Cash Balance ...___ _:.: ,:I

' the men in our services, these all add up fellow conspirators.When developed power and self-confidence., ASSETS -
Value of County Building and Equipment ___ ... ,.|l
to making the soldiers feel blue, that they Other people can do this, too, if they only think they Value of County Road equipment; _____... _. ._,
ai these criminals u
first
were cap can. To learn to speak in public a door. Investments _____---.__.______________.___-.-.___ _....
I should be at home' where they are needed tured there was widespread public demandto opens magic LIABILITIES
_.
Unpaid Bill or Vouchers. September 30, 1941
u.
'I rather than thousands! of miles away. shoot them on the spot, without benefit Bonds Outstanding. September 80, 1941 ..... -. ....
Moody Institute's STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS Judgements, September 80, 1941 -.4,_.... .....
7. :This ,is a condition which the women'slegalizations of trial. .'IThat's( what Hitler would do if Ifto each-BRADFORD Other Indebtedness September 10, 194L'-.._ ..- ....._

of the country..can and must American spies were caught in Germany" COUNTY TELEGRAPH. NOTE-Road and Brldire Fund Receipts and Expfmllturfi! fit
Weekly. Sermon"Life of May 18. 1941 to September: 30, 1941,
correct. Not all women write 'depressing was, a. frequently heard remark.
.
{ p. 'letters to their' men folk. Thousands of. %But military authorities and r branchesof
,I ,
Be Beautiful"TEXT
women, no matter what hardships they face the Government In control of the administration May !

f at home, are filled with patriotism and the of the laws of the land under civilian : "And they brought 5'PHI lm-In9.

type of letter their men folk receive is one practices got together to prevent any young children to him, that he 7z&tma
should touch them: and his disciples

calculated to make them that
fight, proud sign of terrorism in the handling of those
they have that kind of sweetheart wifeto rebuked those that brought
or cases. It is traditional in the United States
them. But
when Jesus saw it, he
fight for. They are made to feel that that
every man is assumed to be innocent was much displeased, and said
the country needs them and that the wife .You
until proven guilty and this custom
was unto them, Suffer the little chil can
wishes she, too, might be in there fighting
; strictly followed by the Government. In dren to come unto me, and forbid

that if this war is lost, their home will be order ,to insure an absolutely fair trial, the them not: for of such Is the king- it timeS

gone and that this is no time to be complain. Supreme Court was even called into special dom of God Verily I say unto spot every .

ing about their personal woes. When a soldier session to pass upon the question of whetherthe you. Whosoever' shall not receive

receives that kind of letter, he'feels as military tribunal possessed full authority the kingdom of God as a little KILLED workers have "know-how". So have theO -

though he could take on the whole German to pass judgment on the spies. child he shall not enter therein. makers of Coca-Cola. That's why Coca-Cola "' ,

Army with one hand and thrash the Japs And he took them up in his arms, "
p
Now that the "cooling off" period isover has that extra something. Almost anybody can
with (he other. put his hands upon them, and t i
few Americans will deny that the make soft '
drink but
blessed them."-Mark 101317.: a nobody else can make 7
No doubt the disheartening sort of let- )
legal ways of meting out justice was the What a beautiful story this text Coca-Cola.

ter is due to thoughtlessness on the part of best. The saboteurs are dead and there is reveals to us. It is laden with

the woman writing it. But the membersof no blot on the square-dealing record of the simplicity and tenderness, reveal There's a finished art in Its making which ,., 4 '

women's groups who are natural born United States. ing the graciousness of the Lord gives Coca-Cola a special quality. its I ''
leaders in their respective communities Jesuti. While the principal char
can
unique taste from blend of
i comes a
acters pure
are women and children
,
point out to the women of, their towns the The World To Come the s
wholesome
gripping truth contained In essences,-refreshment thatcan't
importance of writing letters that are full of the story Is applicable to every. "
'
cheer and hope. Depressing letters are Friday is the anniversary of the Atlantic one.The be copied. .,,

worse than no letters at all. No doubt it is Charter, signed by Roosevelt' and mothers were desirous that No other drink gives this special plus
hard to be cheerful when Churchill which pledged the United Na- the Great Prophet-for so they
everything,seems considered Him ... this and
tions to make should bless unique taste after-sense of
our after-the-war world
to be going wrong, but women, once their safe their children. The disciples repulsed -
attention is called to it, will respond to the for freedom of speech, freedom of religion, them, but Jesus, after rebuking refreshment. People have come to

appeal to buoy their men folk with hope and and freedom from want and fear. the disciples for murmur- realize that nothing takes the placeof
ing and for
fighting spirit. The women have as muchto Since that pact was signed, the home children gathered minimizing the the childrenin valueof Coca-Cola.To want refreshmentis

gain in winning this war' as have their front has given up the companionship of His loving arms and blessed to think of ice-cold Coca-Cola.

men. sons and brothers, new automobiles, radios, them. Contentment
and many cherished ways of living;, It is The great, lesson for us is thatif comes when you t 4
we as little children, filled connect with Coke.
Free well to pause, now and then, to consider a
Enterprise Fights The War with childlike' faith approach
/
what life would be worth without those Jesus for His blessing He will not .
One of the main reasons for the reverses four freedoms which we are sacrificing to only satisfy our longings, but will

suffered by Hitler in his .Russian preserve. .' take us up within the fold of His Wartime limit* the supply of

campaign last winter was lack of railroad The price of maintaining them must be arms strong which life-saving hold the arms worlds- the in Coca-Cota. Those time* when

transportation. Hitler had pinned his faithon paid not only in dollars, but also in "blood, their respective orders. you cannot gel It, remember: **.

highways and trucks as the ideal means sweat and tears." The price is tragically Read what Jesus says In Mat Coca-Cola,being first choice Is the firtt to go.Ask for Jt

of transport, and the government-owned dear, but is there anyone not willing to thew 18:3: "Except ye be con- each time. No matter how short the supply, the quality -
German pay verted and become as little children of Coca-Cola will not be changed in
railways were permitted to deter. it? I ye shall not enter into the any respect.

kingdom of heaven." Of course

GUM BRANCHBy Norman Tuesday of last week. bedside of her brother Leroy Os- He did not mean that we must
Mrs. T. N. NemanMr. I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of teen who was injured In an ac become as children In body and
Sampson City were visiting, Mr. cident. She has returned mind; He desires us to present I E
and Mrs. D. M. McRae of:I and Mrs J. S. Sapp Friday after and reports that Mr. Osteen home Is ourselves before Him In childlike
Orlando were visiting relatives In faith and sincerity.
still
In a serious condition.
this section Wednesday of last'' noon.Mr.. and Mrs Roy Clemons are Jewitt Fogg, one of our promising The writer has seen many men
week. the proud parents of a baby boy young men. left last week for prominent in politics and business //J
Miss Margaret Sapp. who has born Friday. August 7. Mother the U. S. army. lay aside their worldly power and Jy
been visiting her sister Mrs and baby are doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs.'O. 0.. Graves and social position and kneel at the
Louise Chapman of Norfolk. Va., This community was saddened daughter. Shirley, 0 f feet of Jesus the Christ, only to ,
ret*.ned home last Sunday. She last Daytona be 4
Tuesday evening when the Beach are spending several days taken up in His arms and
was accompanied home by little news was heard of the death of with relatives here. blessed. After this never-to-be
Stevie Chapman who will spend a Lloyd Johns. He has lived In Miss Katie Maud forgotten experience they return
few days with his grandparents, this section for the past few returned Friday after Easterling to their stations in life new men Long, hard-working hour tire +
visiting relatives you out-
Mr. and Mn. J. S. Sapp.Mr years and will be greatly missed becoming tow upproduction.,
In Tampa for several spiritual benefactors to You need a brief rest- W ,
and Mrs. A. D. Crosby of by all. weeks. all with whom they came In con- pause. So, when the schedule call for lime- "
Starke attended church at Corinth out for
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summer are tact.Thus a"breather-a moment for ice Sunday arn d were dlnnegueft.s
energ"-givingCoeaColale.dstobenerwork. b e
GRAHAM spending several "life be the
days
of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. with rela- may beautiful'when The bestS always
Norman. By Mrs. L, C. Smith tives near Lake Butler. the blessing of Jesus has

Mr. and Mrs. James Beatty of Mrs. J. H. Surrency was calledto RULED INDEX CARDS been bestowed. Have you bees lonLiD UNIi COMPANY If
-3x5: : so blessed and taken In ANTNOIITy OS TNI COCA-COtA
Starke were visiting Miss Dorothy Fort Meade last week to the(f 1 per BRADFORD COC1CTY almighty arms? up His STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.e .

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ACGUST ... ,.... BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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Letter Box o- I can do It by taking thought now.
AIR MONSTERS: You can do it by overhaulingyour

,, NEWS ANALYSISCommUnigties Things to Come iti7' I habits, keeping those. that
of f. Ufa I ) I
8Jfea1li ing
Reading like a tale from the pen Starke. Flu. conform to the teachings of medical
r Admit
Grave and
science those
Peril of Jules Verne the story of two Gentlemen: I discarding

, super-gigantic cargo planes was unfolded I note that your Inane of August f&rrj 11> D.R V5JC.T.O"R!| G'. HEISER that are laying up troubl. for
Flank Attacks Harass Nazis in Washington by aviation en : you later on.Patriotic ,
New ; gineers. Senate committees beard 7, page 10? exhibit/ a picture J /jMiOlCAE:::ONSU LT ANT, I

the stories. and an article of Interest relativeto //ii/ V ATIOMAf'ASSOCiATIONToTMANUt_ .CTUIItf
president Proposes Peace Plan; Details of a huge plywood plane two large snakes of the moc- '1 ShopWm.
casin
variety and 75 smaller
were disclosed by Dr. W. W. Christ- M. Ward of Ward radio
Get Qualified Approval snakes killed by R. J. Jr
Planes Turner TOWARD A
mas. technical aviation engineer.The LONGER LIFESince
g and Everett Renfroe while fishingIn service, has been accepted by the :i
plywood carrier, weighing
epl.1'*.. .*........ la I.... ..l.miia.tb., a.. Ih.a.at 1,120,000 pounds, would be both a New River recently The I II earliest times progress In Importance if we are to keep our Signal Corps and left last Friday ,
*.,'..pans Whin tolo.1. .... .a4 '.i. ... .., ........11' .r tkla .aw>........ cargo and battle plane. It would bea I young men also state that one of medical science has been aimed' at human machine In good order all night for Fort McPherson, Ga., I' :

*; .I..d by W.at rn N.wapap Union. __________ 00,000 horsepower two hull plane ; the snakes contained 31 young postponing death. Aa a result, aman's during the long run. Eat the to enter upon his. duties at a 1t I
and 19 which
with 400 foot wingspread and with eggs eggs might "five fundamental foods" dally: radio technician. His assistant '
r wings 18 feet thick with a speed of i have atom! contained one snake span of life has Increased ((1)) milk; ((2) egg or meat; ((3) Joe not .
about 350 miles an hour It would .. each. If the eggs were soft- amazingly over the years. whole wheat or properly "enrich. Wlsenbaker though as (

carry; 3.000 men. It would carry a shelled and of a very thin skin People born in the 16th cen ed" breads or cereals; ((4)) green yet accepted by the Signal Corps

rack of torpedoes weighing 20,000 : Joined together similar to link tury had a life expectancy (aver and yellow leafy vegetables; ant left with Mr. Ward hoping to be ,

pounds. Dr. Christmas pointed out sausage they were also snake age -length of life) of only about ((3)) fresh fruits. able to "Join up".
that the torpedoes would have 'eggs belonging to the mother 20
a years
Adding Team These
to'our life two men make a total
striking force of 19,000,000 pounds snake who carried them. However In this s
when dropped. "A battleship deck they could have been some better. Life country we have fared Avoid overweight. Thin people of four to go out Into the service I,

would be like wet paper when one other kind of eggs turtle or years in 1873,expectancy and children was born 43 live longer than fat people from the same radio shop f ,

of these bombs hit It," he said. snake eggs-swallowed by the In the United States today can, on Get plenty of fresh air sunshine within a few months. James. I IMayell
The second plane was a revolutionary large snake'for food. ; sleep and moderate ex- ;
the be the former
average, expected to live operator of
type; of amphibian flying Many people are of the opinion well over 60 yean.. At this rate el-cine In the middle years. Theyare the shop. has been lit England]
cargo plane which would be lifted that all makes lay but they necessary forerunners of good .
eggs we may soon expect to live to for sometime as a radio technician .
and propelled by a combination of do not. Most poisonous snakes the ripe old age of 90 or 100. health In the evening of life. with the R. A. F. And '
engines, helium gas and air tunnels. If you don't want to old : t,
with birth to grow ,
exception
pne give Hospitals Greatly Improved the man who came to take hilt .
E The engineers are Horace Chapman their young and when In danger I The big gains have been made If you want to prolong; the richest place after he left also entered. I 1 :( I 4
Young and Eric Langlands of the I part of life {
your .
will swallow their young up to 13 In the prevention of disease Pub your maturity, the service shortly afterwards { I.;

Aerodynamics, Research corporation inches or more in length.I lie health agencies, schools, and beyond for at leant the Usual a half dozen years I Mrs. Ward will continue( to operate ; j ,

A single wing combination cargo- am advised by Ross Allen Industrial plants employing: mil expectancy, you the business, she stated. ,

fighter-carrier, the plane would havea owner of the Reptile Institute at lions of workers are nil doing

i flying deck of approximately 200 Silver Springs, that the coral their share In educating the pub Try Our Warm Weather Special ;
feet from which 12 fighter planes snake-a very poisonous variety lic to sensible rules of health and f.

of Uncle Sam's newest' weapons for the armored force the HI could take off. It would carry; -does lay eggs. safety.The COLD PLATE LUNCH ; i iIT'S
growth of modern
on special demonstration at Fort Knox It,. Here the 28- enough helium gas to lilt 38 tons Having been bitten by a 4 1.2 hospitals '. .
ihown through a barn te demonstrate Its ability t. negotiate and with its engines could UK 70 foot diamond back rattler 47 has also had a large part in this .
plows tons. Four tunnels I have great human drama. Today their A TREAT YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS : '
It has a 75-mm. cannon In a revolving turret and a completely would run years ago, a good reasonto clinical !. f.
through the wing. Engineers in have made some study of facilities X-ray machines :
bull I these tunnels would create a semi- snakes. I have killed many Incubators, respirators!, operating- :

vacuum whose suction would supply hundred of them and always room and other manufactured. t

E PLAN: RUSSIA: pulling power while the propel take time to make some examina equipment save millions of lives K & M CAFE '

10-AFL Flank TacticsWhile lers gave it thrusting power. Its tion. I kill all varieties exceptthe annually. .t,

speed would be about 200 miles an king snake and the black Hospitals are no longer placesto
ial that the Congress for Moscow's official/ radio was hour. racer as they will kill poisonous go to die; they are places to Corner of Walnut and Madison j f fj I
telling the Germans in their own
the
and
I Organization snakes much go to get well.
LADIES larger than themselves -
: ,
Federation of Labor "inl- language that the United States and ;
a and Health la Old A
are perfectly harmless (re
Russia had come to their agreement the r
possible 01
regarding Navy
unions to and Longevity Is If
man animals a blessing only i
the creation of the second front
ment of organic unity" was on "Waves" is not a new word to it permits us to extend t(
a full use SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE
Murray CIO presla in 1942 Soviet troops were busy with U. S. The New River "slaughter" was l :
Philip navy men but In the future ful, and healthy life for a longer
all feat and the .
letter to William Green flank attacks on the Nazi forces sailors will have to think twice before quite a two young time.
along the 300-mile Don river front. men are to be commended for '
using it. For this Is the name t I. 1
proposals between the two German drives had pushed far beyond being given to the Navy's woman's their deed. I killed a water moccasin Not many people really want to AND ECONOMICAL! ,

tions have been discussed ; Rostov toward the Caucasus auxiliary counter-part of the army's in Clay County, about where live to be 100 unless they can enjoy '

il I month a* a step toward but the Russians were claiming that WAAC.; the Air Support Base Is now being reasonably good physical and RIDE THE BUSSES

war production. la his their new flank attacks were nettinga Now officially organized the constructed that carried a mental health. ..t'' : }

array proposed the eitab- terrific toll of Nazi tanks and men. Waves plan to enlist 10000. First single pouch containing 175 small There are some well-known Courteous Correct Information
At Voronezh, northern anchor of the moccasins 2 1.2: to 3 inches in ,
ot a committee composed call was for 1,000 women, preferably physicians who think that the I; i''
entatlTes of both organiza- Don front the Russians had been bachelor girls, to volunteer as length. This was my greatestkill. length of life of an Individual depends Given You At f ?! i

Ith an impartial arbitrator holding out doggedly while their columns officer candidates.Miss upon his ability to avoid or t j .'

ill Jurisdictional disputes were being pushed back In the Mildred McAfee 42, president I might also add that the mule to conquer certain unfavorable UNION BUS STATION ( :
i 1t 1// "
the two groups. other sectors. of Wellesley college. Wellesley snake will a 1 a o wallow the factors met In life. Good health

j named a committee of If Germans In the homeland had Mass., is being chosen head of the young when In danger, the same in old age, as well as long life, : ; \
,
'
discuss the problem of "orat been listening to the Russian radio feminine navy unit and will hold the as the mother. My newest evidence may well be dependent upon this .
at ." H. named himself; tell of the coming of the second rank of lieutenant commander. along this line was gathered ability. t I ,!

mat, president of the CIO front they heard too that their country While there appeared to be a preference by observing a large rattlerin Some fauxof Early: Death ;

Automobile Workers, and would be confronted with 15000. for single girls, married Wakulla County last summer Three unfavorable factors that SINCLAIR PRODUCTS ;
: .
:mipak, secretary; of the 000 men 85,000 tanks, 100,000 guns, women are not prohibited from vol. In less than six months there I may shorten life and discourage I ,

tadio and Machine Workers and 50,000 airplanes. But this was unteering. Unmarried women will killed 26 rattlers, from 2 to 6 good bealth In old age are Insufficient Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels ;
brave talk for even the official Russian have to not to while in t ,
Infection
agree marry feet in length, and somethingover or Incorrect diet.
communiques admitted the training one-month period. 100 little rattlers; also moccasins and overwork. WHEN YOU NEED FUELSFOR HEATING \\.1 I

gravity of their nation's periL Most Waves will be assigned to desk or too numerous to mention. Overwork 'can cut down your 1 JIVE US A RING WE DELIVER :J4 f'I
Nazi break-through In I : :
feared was a
administrative Jobs to release men
arieties Yours for Information, years of life. The more rapid the 11 '
the center of the Caucasus front
for active sea duty
of living the shorter the
shops from the Bronx toat This would more than likely mean J. H. Fields. pace ; 'I"f
time we lalt.Intecl10n H. E. TUCKER Agent
was considerable beef- that the so-far orderly Russian re .
bft
must of
course I '
beef. Beef was high. Beef treat would stand a chance of being Rationing Student State Prison Hospital guarded against. See your doctor For Sinclair Refining Co. :
1 to get. What was .the turned into a rout-a result that Ralford. Fla.
would be disastrous for the cause of Gentlemen: of at Infectious the first disease.sign of Infectionor Phone 158 Starke, Fla. i. : I f

ent Roosevelt told his press the United Nations. I I You have a splendid paper andI Correct diet In. of paramount .,( dl
ce there.were three main Soviet officials had other troubles have read all of your editorials !' ;
(tar the current meat short- too. There were reports out of the 1e JI';
for t,be past several months. They ;
) this Is the off-season for Don valley that large rings of ftfthcolumnl.t. I t
of
are certainly good, and some j
people have had been uncovered. .t.
more purchas ,
JI'
: them have been really masterpieces .
er now, with which to buy Many of the spies in these groups LAW },rro .''. ...
its of meat; and (3) around were quickly executed as they were
men under arms are now caught trying to co-operate with Nazi the I want fine and to congratulate wonderful work you you on 1+ 1 VOwN RS A ) .

uch more meat than troops who were dropping
they parachute .
are doing in the up-building of I 1.i
\
on their own dinner tables behind the Soviet main lines.
and your city and county ): I
England
Meanwhile, through .i
'
tile Agriculture Secretary; the United States the cry'was getting Moat sincerely .; 1//
Edgar D. Mobley.Backache '
''Ickard! reported that thereme louder for military officials to 'i'f f" ."

relief in the temporary; establish the much-discussed second .{ It- I
mil this fall when more front. From widely diversified ': i., ,

brought In off the range. groups and sections came the urg : 1J; r'if
r sources looked with dls- considerable agitation : r,: .
In, There was fc _
what effect this would havewmal for this move for many people D 7 jBSji {_ ;' ',"tl r
would suffer \ 1
spring beef market. feared the United Nations .
blow should Russia .''f \:r.. : It
PLANES: a most severe v da w' May Warn of Disordered aata.a ,", : I
fall to last the year on the European ; 1 i.t ,
Kidney Action j ; LMtMIWlMCMrlJ /, 1
mountains 4 .
Shipyards side of the Ural ,
Modern lir.wltb III .hurry and worry .p.f' f fI
was a .... .. babll Improp.r ..tl... and I '?"
new answer to the ALEUTIANS : rlak ol.._u..and IntrotIonthrows ,: .\ 'I'
problems of the United Naming b..., train on In. work \ ,4 ,
10,000 laps ol the kldn.yi. They ... apt to brooms l'if
on the horizon. It ov.raH>d and tail, to fllur norm acid ''if o- jy' ef"pv3'ec <
unofficial agreement from Breaking an official silence a and otbar impuriti. from the kllcaclvlngWood. \ i,, f'it p k M. nMa I I., .

Production board to give navy spokesman officially estimated Yo. may suffer -....cln' baekarh., { i ClwvroM Ip.Ip. N yewM' i i ,
attendant
light" to plans of Henry; that the Japanese have succeededin John Leigh, gas station h.adaeh. dlaalnna.. ....'nc up Bibla.I ifir- & 1" !
r, West Coast shipbuilder. putting'"not more than 10,000" la Washington pictured studying lea I pains. iw.lllnf-fcal constantly % 'r }'
iant rules. When Price Administrator tl....,.....a.... all worn out. Oth.r signs .;
cargo and troop transw troops Into the Aleutian island area rationing of kidney .. bladder diaoid ar.aom*- i
es nine of the nation's and at the same time announced Leon lieD de no.. ran eat ef lisps b..I.... roomy or too fraqu.nlnrlaatloo. 'f

there was no evidence that the gas, Leigh refused to fill a can for Try Do.. ,,'" Pill, Dcan't k.tp th. truck all/ trucks are \ Y. .
'Itch to be overcome in the Pribilof island to the north had been him Henderson later proved that kidneys to paaa off harmful veer body JOIN THE Your ,. I
...... bad mor. than ball a j '
1 Setup such an act would not be a violationof Tb y hays t< .
was the granting of occupied by the Nipponese. ol pubs..pprovd. Ar. neon 'j
by military officials to re- The statement came in answer to the regulations, but his proof entury_Del.d by .."''ul urn .*..rywh.ra.Xi essential to America's war pro'j, .
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toes too late. He already bad .1
and other parts heedS a report made by the Alaskan delegate came .
building of aircraft for to congress Anthony J. been forced to take a taxi. I gram. Let your Chevrolet ,!

" and navy. Dimond, that between 20.000 and DOANS PILLS U.S.TRUCK 1" i "

, be Nelson WPB head ap" 23.000 Jap troops were on the Aleutians : : dealer help you to "Keep 'em fit '." f'\ 3

,II willing to proceed with and .that the Pribilofs had been MISCELLANY: I I ,; .,.'J \\
these! materials could be occupied. to keep 'em ro/ Ing." See I i ,
Without hampering the war Questioned about Dimond re- ,t i\ y

t J' came a surprise a. ports, the spokesman said that "we COUSINS: Conklin Mann New CONSERVATIONCORPS' him for a thorough service
voiced skepticism on the believe that not more than 10,000 York genealogist who discoveredlast : 1

Japanese are in the Aleutians, prob- month that President Rooseveltand and ;i
'r idea today- see
call for the converse ably one-half ashore and one-hall Prime Minister Churchill are up
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shipyards On each coast removed, announced Y
> afloat eighth cousins once ti
I 5.000 Eying] boats a ;year. The Japs gained a foothold in the that he bad found the President skilled service at regular .f
I
would be of 100-ton de- Aleutians on June 3. So far, the to be a sixth! cousin once removed I ; "
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lined Mars after the 70-ton fly- navy has confirmed the presence ol of Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur. vals. Remember MM"i: VI t

ot now ,In active ?.,. Japs only on three of the islands: MARKETING: U. S. farmers in
Clean, Martin Baltimore Attu. Agattu and Risks, at the west-; the first half of 1942 marketed products dealers are America's ; .H

frTSfOWl.'. steel era end of the chain. The Fribilofs totaling $3,773.000,000, according dealer h. 1
.. with know are In the Bering sea, and consist o! to a department of agriculture See your Chevrolet Conservation Sp ; : f.. ; I

Production problems of four islands: St. Paul St George, estimate. This compares with$4.012- i
to IId.n1 woulll be .ought ac. Otter and Waldrus. The latter two 000,000 for the same period In 1941. who is acting as official I ; '.'I l,'

Kaiser. are small and uninhabited. FATS: The Office of Price Administration .1 m! >: i ,

Kaiser* bad< dl cussed the PETRILLO' SAYS 'NO': has set a ceiling of "NEW LIFE" service station forTruck Con : } ;"
?elson .... "_i CMMrvwhM \ 1
be appeared be- cents a pound on waste kitchen Or.tMO..J 0..0.- UW ;
four '
mate. military .ubcommlttlty To Davis Plea fats now being sold by housewivesto for Spring offi 'i

>ent ?dNelllon >later Issued "1 cannot grant your request to retail meat markets In the national OxfordsGet J* !
1. stating: that the WPBcooperate cancel the notice that the AFM salvage campaign. tLLlclllL.IA.I.BIJFVIL ;i

any cg to to the members will not play for transcriptions GASLESS: Pleasure driving Is Out Thom Old pringSlippn'S. CHEVROLET i
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the practical way for !n- or records. practically a thing of the past In
electiveness! words, James C. 1. gasoline I Icsold We'll !Make Them : \
u0i of our With those Britain. As of August tt .
1I systems" PetrUlo, president of the American only to business and profession Do For Another Season.

!].lame time Jam. IL R. Federation of Musicians, refuted a al automobiles. ,:

was former U. S. minister to request by Elmer Davis director ol to DEATH: Ma). Gen., Julius von The Electric Shoe Torode Chevrolet Co. ,.
proposing that Kaiser the Office of War Information Bernauth. German tank expert, was
c. au' traD8porta. rescind his ban against the making killed In action on the Russian front Shop

Said: "If We ean't get sup.NlofconU of new phonograph records or radle it was announced on a Nazi broadcast Opposite Park Thea're : Starke Floridaf
by air transport transcriptions for commercial purposes 1

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to sweaters Now they're New Method and a storage
K Birthday Celebrated; gettln' somewhere Mr* Rethn place
SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss really Enlarging Plant Hammtkass
With Lawn PartyAs Ind.. arrived 1'"

r In The Mat Bag E: O.: Edwards owner of the went to work Satllllla I
i Thursday/August 6, was the pert Tuesday"
on
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Dear Carolyn dresses
New Method Cleaners is
1 Mitchell I lest CHS Executive Meeting: Entertains GuestsAt fifth birthday anniversary of I've Intended writing you fora ing for Increased business prepar-by en- ing. Her husband and I lei

: Dinner I'arty Nencle, little daughter of Mrs. long time, but Just couldn'tseem his plant and ,
At Bridge Party of larging engagingthe Blandlng.army .tauoDed
The Executive Committee around to it. I ,left II
J. W. Brownlee,. she was given a to get services of another
the Baptist W. M. S. will meet Mrs. J. W. Brownlee enter- Field last Thursday for expert
Miss Luclle Mitchell entertaineda the Maxwell cleaner. He has moved the two
her mother, at
afternoonat lawn by
at the Church Monday party
Bennettsville
at dinner at *
Tuesday tained delightfully a training "
f friends
number 0 primary 'from the front of his
evening at 8 o'clock at the homey 3 o'clock. This meeting will party Saturday night honoring Brownlee home'' on West Washington S. C., and will be here for the presses
building on Temple avenue, glv.Ing' -
the regular monthly -
be followed
of her mother, Mrs J, M. Mitch. by her visitors, Col. R. G. White Avenue. next eight weeks. The course -more space for the office
, ell, on West Madison St. business and program meeting. and Mrs. Theo Smith White, both After playing merry games on here Is very hard and complicated
Circle No. 3 will present the pro of St. AugUHtlne. Mr.. White lea will do every kind of
Floor baAketa and bowls of the lawn.: the children were Invited and we BIS SCHEDULE 1
gram. cousin 'of Mrs. Brownlee and maneuver with an airplane that
added to
zinnias
roses and huge birthday Leave Starke
is friend of longstanding to see the lovely be done. Don'tknow
Col. White a
the chirm of the rooms of the iced In white can possibly )Northbound Eastbound
Weiner Roast EnjoyedBy cake, which was' when I'll get home agaIn :
lower floor. After several pro- and pink and topped with five this) ,,3:40 A.. M. 3:15: A. M.9:45A.wM. .
of ,
it found Younger Set Dinner was served from a lace all we're in the middle
gremlona of bridge was pink candles. The hostess served rushed :" ., .7:30 A.. M. i
that Mm. E. L. Matthews bad Sue Middleton of covered table which was centeredby Ico cream cake and cookies and new program, and being In three 1UO: P>. M. ". ." > i&:45 P..aK.
made high and she was presenteda Marjorie an arrangement of'choice favors miniature garden tools to.our physical limits. 2:33 P.; !ol. .-.St.. Augustine
beautiful crystal vase; Miss Jacksonville, who is spending roses. 'Besides the honor guests,' weeks we will be: flying more ,
:rd. .
were given to each child. 2:45P : .. .720 A. ;M.:
sometime here with her grand- the
Peek in the bingogame Col.. White 'and Mrs. Theo Smith than three times as much as DUE
Frances won To
P. M. ,6:40'.P..
8:50 .M.
In LVCItE.UED
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Brownlee was assisted!\
parents. Mra.Brownlee'll classes before us. I enjoy your
and was rewarded with a White, those enjoying 1:20 P.. M. Fpr .Palatka NESS WE ARE
Middleton, was given a weiner Mr. serving by Mrs. J. M. Brownleeand much dial when L"Sl
set of Old Spice bath salts. The hospitality were: column so very 8:15 P. M. A LARGE
hostess assisted! by her mother, roast Tuesday evening on the and Mrs. Earl Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith. my paper Is late I.raise H-. 11:15 P. M. THE NEAR NEW'O\1J,
,' Mrs. Mitchell, served a tempting .lawn, at,. the. home! of Mr.. and Mrs E. L..Mathews, and Mrs. T. Little people enjoying this party with our poetofflce' dept. Give WILL BE Fl'Tl1&'
salad course with iced tea. .Mrs. E."Ii..,Matthews.! 'Mr.(. Mld- C. Smith. were: v Norma .and Emma.Jane. my ,address to all my friends BO JacksonvilleLeave 'Starke YOU AlLR 1'0'

' Guests were: Mrs. CharlesDarby. dleton was hostess to this partyof Canova Butch Smith, Joan Carpenter they can drop me a card. when Southbound Westbound DAILY AT, sV:
teen-age young people, who Junior Woman's Club GaU'Duke, Buzzy and Lou they have.tlme.AC M.
Miss Lillian Sternberg, 3:35 A M. 8:25: A. M.
m, Mice Emmy Kelly, Miss Evelyn thoroughly enjoyed her hospitality. Plans Fall Events Green, Mary Agnes Matthews, Ralph Rhodes 10:35 A. M. 1:40 P, M. FRESH HOT lOl'GSY
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& Brownlee Jule Bevan, A. F. F, T. D. '
A.
Madge .55th ,
Glen Miss
" iIJ Stump, Mrs. Wood 12:40 P. M. 5:55: p, M. DAILY AT
served 5
Punch throughoutthe
Madge Whigham Miss Della evening was and the guests had a The regular meeting .of the Mary Sue Epperson and Margaret Bennettsvllle: S. C. Not to Gainesville 12:40: A. M. A. H

Rosenberg, Miss Frances Peek, merry time playing game.. roasting Junior Woman's Club was held Rose Duncan., 3:35 P. XI. 8:25( P. M. '

Miss Aline Lanier, Mrs. J. W; welners and marshmallows. Wednesday night in the club Hear'Charlie Powell did himself 6:35 P. M. _______M.;_ BABINEIBAKERY'

Brownlee, Mica Madge Middleton, Guests were: Wanda Pearce, building, with the president, Mica Ambulance Corps Enjoys proud as chef at the Ambulance 0:45: P. M. 8:25( A. M.

Mrs. Clift.n Brown, Mrs. R. A Sue Jean Thomas, Barbara Keen, Frances Peek, conducting the Fish Supper Corps fish fry las' Friday; night Not to Ocala 8:25: P. M

\ Green, Miss Elizabeth Joiner Frances Col ley, Frances Powell business session. All the members recommended Via Gainesville '
\\r, Miss Abble Harley, Miss Frances and her cousin, Louise Powell The social chairman Miss Members of the local Ambul- him highly as a fish fryer par Gainesville, Ocala, Tampa, 312 W. Call St.

)v' Opperman, Miss. Marguerite Deyo- from Georgia, Mary Weldon, Frances Opperman, announced ance Corps enjoyed a fish supper excellence Reports have it St. Petersburg.
L", rio, Mrs. T. F. Grady, Mrs Fred Merry Beth Knight, Betty Turner plans for a Labor Day dance to last Friday night at the home of hat Sarah Reed is in Miami,

;;: Guy, Mrs. Lester Price Robinson, Anice Green, Marjorie Davis, be held on Monday September 7, Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John. taking exams an' hopin to Join W. T.

;'I Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. Joan Burns 0 f Atlanta, Ga., and a benefit bridge party to be Delicious sea baas' was cooked the "Waves" Charles Darbyan' CLUTE-REALTOR
Grace Wainwrlght, and Mrs. E. Henry Manama, Jr., Jerome held in the club building Wednesday over an outdoor fireplace by C. %John Chalker are cplurgin F. H. A LOANSWe

L. Matthews. Johns, Lyle Anderson, Raymond night, August 26, at 8 J.. Powell, and served with the their last gasoline on a week's want the listing on your property

Hall, Richard Ray, Olin White, o'clock. "usual accessories" to the follow fish In' trip to parts unknown We have wonderful
Jr.. Stephen St. John, Ray Par- I Mra. Edgar Kleuppelberg, Miss ing members of the Corps: A. J. Dot Gray, Helen Manassa some properties for sale
4 ACTION RELIEF ker, Bobby Turner and Bobby Irene Matthews and Miss Lucile Thomas, leader, Charles Hardy, an' Pat Lambe got whupped See us about your Real Estate Needs

f Bigg I Mitchell were accepted into the James H. Dennis. W. H. Hart C. bowlin in G'ville Sunday night, 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE:

FOR ACID INDIGESTION club as new members, after -whicha Nasworthy' W. A Gay, Paul but they'll be out for revenge
, W. C. T. U. MeetingThere short program was presentedby Raymond, J. H. Fields, T. L. when the return match is played 2svsasas sa
the program chairman, Miss Hamiter, James Hollingsworth, E. here soon Hear N. T. (Bradford rswt5Z5,,52525
will be -special meetingof Della Rosenberg.HoeeRses K Ferryman and Mr. St. John. House' ) Ritch snoozes in an FUNERAL DIRECTOR

the Woman's Christian Temperance for the evening were: Also present were three of the outdoor hammock these torrid llyIany: Year Experience Makes It PoHnlbln for )lets Hoi.
Union tomorow (Saturday Miss Elizabeth Joiner, Mrs. Fred "nurses" attached to the Corps: summer nights Says It beats EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SERVICE
) afternoon at four o'clock at the beat but the trains and
Guy, Miss Frances Peek and Mrs Mrs. Grace Wainwright Mrs. W. mos- MODERATE PRICES _
the Gospel Tabernacle. Mrs. Ruby J. R. Wainwright. H Hart and Miss Evelyn Stump quitoes are a trifle annoyin' .
Powell Klmbrough, state corres- DeWITT C. JONES

50Carpenter's .. ponding secretary of the W C. W. 'S. C. S. To Meet Recent Births Lelba Mun.ly had the thrill ofmeetln' Starke Florida
T. U. will address the meeting./ Lowell Thomas on her recent -

Drug Store All members urged to attend and The Woman's Society of Christian Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kowatch, trip to the big city .' In- -
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visitors are welcome.THELMA'S Service of the Methodist Starke, August 11, boy, Julius troducln was done by NBC-an-

___nn_ - .... --..----.......----- church will meet Monday after- Steven; nouncer- Hugh James, who had
noon at 3:30: o'clock at the Mr. and Mrs.! Theodore Box, the good fortune of marryln one DP1015t1JD1S/

church. Program and business Lawtey, August 13, boy, Ran- of Starke's own Torruella sinters ,
PLACE meeting. dolph Jackson. Birthday Oddities: The G.
C. Powell's (Mr. & Mrs.) cele-
DANCING EACH EVENING -- brate the same day-August 20 S3HD.LVl113Ni3J ::: :

Those three chommin sisters,
I Till 12 O'clock Carolyn Callstreet
., BEER ON TAP an' Eva Chambllss-each TiioF\\
with an adorable infant are
CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD "IJ/nJf
ppendln' this week In the Fryer

EVERYBODY WELCOME Well, folk Seems as> If cap Calra Mae Knight's cottage on Kingsley Lake .
the social calendar Is bein' dusted clever centerpiece (cigarettes on Glimpsed: Mildred Doyle leavin'

2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave. off at last and there are interestin' long wire stems protruding from Monday to Join J. D. in N. Cah- .
AII111naIlAl9tlIIIlAPMNMAINMII'Ipw'' ". '' ''''..IM1711901' IlAIIIIImflHIltlllaegnMlAM'' '' ''' .''MII/'' /.'""" ':!. :..
y Operated fly'Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lightsey and Son hints of excltln things to marigolds) used at her Blanding lina Richard Ray behind the -
come, soon as the fall season Center luncheon las' Friday fountain at Carpenters .
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opens up Those dashin' damsels

of the Jr. Woman's Club are Add of Fate Bill Alvarez
Irony : ,
plunnln a dance for Labor Day, Insurance salesman deluxe, wona Glad to see the nice paragraphIn

' Sept. 7-Still a long way off, but free vacation trip to N. Cah- "Time" las' week about Phil
444 I/ Thihb at least It's something to look Maguire, husband of our own for jilijOOUR
017 lina, but couldn't take It on ac-
t' forward to after a summer otwenlgh count of tire an' rationln' mer Frances (Little Sister) Darby
. gas Placln' Phil on Its Roll of
naied.ltr : social Saraha Afterall i
,. qetI uJ. A ne3 Pat Lambe heartily endorsesthe '
I get paid by the inch, you food at Mlckeys Cafeteria Honor of men behindthesceneswho're '

r know And while no news but not for dieters! makin' the war program STORE IS PACKED WITH
/ 4 Every-
A/ We suggest the exclusive may be good news! it certainlyIsn't thing looks KO Invltin' that Pat click, "Time" said: "Philip Francis GIFTS SUITABLE FOR ALL OC
conducive to fattenin' the Maguire 37. is a genial rock-
CASIONS.
Thermique heaterless meth- wound up at lunch tother day
pocketbook! with two salads, an', two kindsof Jawed Irishman who went to WHAT'S MORE WE WILL WRAP
od available to you In our shop. potatoes in addition to other Washington as a lawyer for the THEM IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT

You will be delighted with the 'Course- there have been any staple items Hear T. K. an' kins old NRA get, his later famed helped Milo Per- WRAPPING READY TO MAIL.
number f Informal foodstampplan
o Infinitely
. lasting quality Mtts lustreand beauty doin'v to brighten up the balmy Wilma McClane an' chlllun are on started. Now he Is an anonymous IF IT IS FOR SOMEONE IN
: the
way to Florida from Fort Sill, IT
assistant to WPBoas STARKE WE WILL DELIVER
summer evenln's an' keep life
Okla. .
T. K. has a 12-day fur- .
from slnkln' into absolute Donald Nelson, serving as buffer FOR YOU
\ a n
lough, and Wilma and the chil-
abyss of boredom Outstanding and Jack-of-all-trades. working
dren will .
spend the winter in
I-1E- IC I UE"Starhe
in this) classification have Florida, probably in Lake City, ably and'realistically on a dozen WE ALSO CARRY A FINE LINE
I been June HardJng's housepartyand Jobs at once. :A bear'of detail,
where Mr. McClane CARDSCaipcn1eJ'i
Sr., is in theVeteran's OF GREETING
Bobble Cameron's outdoor he has taken all the load of mIn-
Hoppltal .Add .
frolic 'Thurs night honorln her utiae off Nelson's overburdened
Beaul'
pretty pictures: Youthful Eliza-
attractive house' Marie shoulders" All of which
Jfltof.f'eStarke guest, beth Lawson ridin her handsome reminds .
} Fitch The there was :Margie pony to Girl Scout meetln' Wednesday me of a coupla burdens on

FloridaSTARKE Middleton's get-together, at which afternoon' .. .. my overburdened shoulders t
I the smaller and younger fry gathered Anybody want a good Job as anonymous -I

to roast three things: assistant? Only tall,
;r.I welners, marshmallows the Hear Lester Price Koblnnon dark, handsome males need apply I soles of their feet 'The latter leaves Blanding' soon for parts Says your <( I, were burned to a turn by the unknown Julian Peek, Jr., Carolyn.
..1' gymnastic jitter-buggln' these has been selected for volunteer _

youngpters fondly call "dancing" I officer's training Bill Dun- .

I'call it work! ..,, :' can has been transferred to Camp
Gordon, Agusta Ga. He's a

Spotted an' Jotted:,Carolyn an' Cpl. now Oh for the life of

Patty Keen, Arllne pew an' a Coast Artilleryman! Hea
Marian Love boardln' the bus for John Godwin finds plenty of time

FLAPROGRAM Jax. .' L. F. (Pickles) Smith to absorb a bit, of sunshine on

down at the station scannin the' swanky Virginia Beach Joke- 'a'
schedules .. Has to leave the of-the-week: Little Billy Weldon
WEEK BEGINNING AUGUST 16 auto. at home now part of the answered the door bell tether day

, time an' travel by train an' bus I and was asked If his father was ,
Sun, Mon., Tues.-Aug, 16, iV, 18 Ethel Taylor' out. with a'' home Mlvunderstandln' an'

"Syncopation"Featuring good-look In' service man frequently thlnkln' the caller wanted his .. '

of late Incidentally, mother, he set out in search of
the All-American Dance Rand:
hear she's her Meanwhile, slater
waltln' till
<( take her vacation Wonder the visitor
Ray, Joe Venutl. Charlie Barnett) why? Marian Dowling home greeted her With "How do you

Adolphe Menjou Jackie Cooper lionlta Granville on furlough from Riverside Hoep.an' do, Mrs. Weldon?" .. Little A NEW COSMOTOLOGIST
ALSO NEWS AND Mary la
CARTOON
rather
-- wearln a Gene Long) dia- flattered at bein'

mond Dot Epperson an'I mistaken for her mother .

Wed., Thurs.--Aug. 19,- 20-DOUBLE FEATURE Scootle Duke. rcootln from house I CollinsDirect

No. 1-"On The Sunny Side" to house for the First Aid Station -I'| Word eras received' \ from :Mike Georgia
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Give the
girls a break- Dew las' Sattlday for the first
Starring Roddy McDowell, Juvenile star of or better still, give 'em a blan- time in 13 weeks Seems he's
"How Green Was My Valley" ket: a sheet or sumpln equally : been transferred to the California From Hollywood, California

No. "Mexican, Spitfire Sees A Ghost" useful Sure, you need allyou've I i while the Yorktown is undergoln'

With got, but If this war doesn't repairs He was
Lupe Velez, Leon Errol. Buddy Rogers unhurt when F r ..
teach us to make a few sacrifices, the latter was torpedoed other .
-- ALSO NEWS -
then It's a complete waste of' than bein'
pretty badly shaken
timet.! . Hear cradle-deb Mary Agnes up WE SPECIALIZE IN FEATHER BOBS

Fri., Sat-Aug. 21, 22-DOUBLK FEATURE I Matthews celebrated her No. 1 AND THE NEW RAZOR HAIRCUTTING

No. 1-" risco Lil" Glimpsed Fred <( off to N Cahllna for a well-de : borhood
year-olders to ..
Starring Irene Hervey an old-
served vacation Beln I
responsible fashioned hack ride .
Those
No. 2- "imiy The Kid Trapped"Starring for so many churches enjoyln'' the escapade were VirI !

Buster Crabbe really keeps him on the run I ginia Jean Darby Shl Ann Smith-, Open Tuesday and Friday Evenings
ALSO CARTOON AND SERIAL Hear a certain Western Union I Frances Landrum an' Janice Met

__,. __u_ ____ ___ delivery boy la having a rare time t Clellan Lucile Davis says-

:MIDNIGHT PIIOW SAT., ACG. 22-11:30 P. !M. tryln' to. .find. the owners of telegrams If you plan on gettln' any sleep oleilaS SaoilPIIO
So new on
many
people a
houseparty with young : Beauty-
peo-
"Mr. and Mrs. North"With In town It's hard to make prompt ple, you'll be sadly disappointed

Gracie Allen and Paul Kelly I ( deliveries Fashion Notes: ,i. She Jus' returned

ALSO SELECTED SHORTS I Steve St. John hat with the'[I I circle. under her eyes) fromwith lag STARKE, FLORIDA
riotous pom-poms on the front Job of chaperonin' at ...
? Grace Dew'a new pinafore 'r Lake Hear the knlttln'Crystal clans

worn with a neat little Dutch :1 I has been promoted from mufflers'I'






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Mrs. Bernice Opperman spent Mi, and Mr\, .*.. Calvin McCord'a I
r BITS of LOCAL NEWS r Friday In Jacksonville. ; New River NewsBy I pullets are making 'a splendid

Mr. and Mrs.:, R.. A. Newsome. record, thin year. This year they i
spent Sunday afternoon In Law- 1 raised about ISO\ and) at a few

Doyle left Monday The 14-day furlough of Robert I Miss Lillian Stump has com- tey visiting; Mr. and Mrs, Jack Jennie Lee LaienbyIKCKLLANEOl'S SHl'RLKY: TET TOlli1-: : SOMKU1IEKK days. over 4 months they began

D N C., after C. Jackson, who was> Inducted Into pleted her three-year course at Howe.L. IV ENKLANO: : laying Their Increase, has been

Ington.vl'lt with her .the army recently, was con- Orange General Hospital Orlando, J. Green and Sara Barefoot :\ SHOWER Mr, and Mrs Ceo. Tetstone are surprisingly rapid.
I k cluded at midnight last Mrs Lester John and daughter enjoying a letter Lee Priest of Brooksvllle Is
Gill at Kingsr Friday and returned home Wednesday were business visitors to Jack every week
Mrs, Fay Doy" is with theeter's night and he went to Camp ,where she will remain for the sonville Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Nettles! entertained from their Mon Shurley who Is painting the house of his brother,

Laundry at Camptta Blanding, donned his uniform and rest of the summer in the homeof Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son I nthe former's home Friday afternoon stationed somewhere In Jo:. C. Priest The second coat: Is
3 5 P. M. with a
from to
became a full-fledged soldier. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. FredF. Cliff, of Jacksonville spent Wed- miscellaneous shower for Mrs. He ban been there four asa I now being applied. Their bath

Mrs. Marjorie H. and Stump. afternoon Mr and paratrooper and says Englandhas room Is completed
clerk In the Colley nesday visiting who
Johns' Juanlta,
daughter .
F Roach Bt0re children, Shirley, France*,and Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss Mrs. T. J. Griffin.Mr. plenty- of pretty, girl. Shur The Rev. and Mis. C. C. Butler
1 Military In BUPply Wimaton, last: I Jerry, and Mrs. J. F. Houscr will Abble Harley spent the day In and Mrs. U F. Dinkins was Andrews recently of Lake married Butler.to Johnnie Dueto ley has been In the Army over a and two daughters, MI'.. Cal

mefolks leave Sunday'for a two weeks'vacation Jacksonvlle Tuesday. and daughter Joan, spent the year now and write", his motber vin McCord and Blanche shopped .
tire, and all of
trip to Flat Rock, Tenn., Miss Jewell Reddish and Mr. week-end at the Wainwright cottage gas shortage not to worry about him for Tie is In Jacksonville one day this ;;t
the but
I
and family guests gould not attend
Wainwright where they will be guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Vernon Silcox spent the on Crystal L ke. I enjoying himself better every week. '
sent their the
respects by mOl'efortunate
abaasee are spending and Mrs.' C. L. Houser. week-end at Parris Island, S,' C., day. The English people arevery Mi, and Mrs. Kenneth Turner '
Mr. and Mru. F. A Scott had
: Iings- II as ones who did not get to : Mrs.
cottageon': hospitable; they the and the tatter's mother j
t their Mrs1. visiting Inman Green, who is go over
TV M. Hutch Ings, who has luncheon guests Tuesday Mr. and (
*t ,'. stationed there with the Marines. go. limit to show/ our boys a nice Winnie Collins, are spending the f
? ,been 'an' at J :M.AU: Mrs. Ed Sllveraall, L. A.
employe
Wynn contest,
Mrs.\. G. C. Bates of West Palm Games and ; were enJoyed time and nee that they enjoy week fishing at Orange Springs! : ,, I I
varea''store: Purvis
for the"past 18 Mr and Mrs Hazen and and had the been S S"ailing"
the IbeMtlf'lves .
Beach la spending this week with honoree while there MI' G. W. Andrews! has f-
months, and was at' Stump's ion. Billy, all of Hampton Mrs.
her sister Mrs. hrlll of opening.. lovely gifts. this week bet has not, <
White.
stdre for f two years pi lor' to that I Mrs. Jack, O. of S. C. CameO and eons., Corbin and Delicious cake with ice tea !oJ I'. and Mrs. M W, Mann hadas been confined). ..to her bed. h

time: has accepted a position at ville Is the guest Brlgga of her Jackson-sister, Gene of Onnond, Mrs. T. E. Dun were served. giie.U over the weekend their Mr and .ht'arE(; A.. Sapp and)
Sternberg's. can and two children, Ted. Jr., on and daughter-in-law, Mr. and dinner
family enjoyed ,a basket j
Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns; at
Kingsley
Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful Lake. and Sue Carol, of Gainesville. SCHOOLWllford' NI\\!: Mrs. Wllbert Mann of Ocala; Sunday at the home of M. J.,SMPPJ '

'Tailoring at the Stark-Blandlng Mrs Ruby Powell Klmbrough Johns and !Ike Owensare Mrs. Mann's parents' the Rev. In Lake Butler. The dinner aa. v'
Tailors. Opposite Park Theatre. Mr. and Mrs. James Hollls and of Ocala Is spending this week showing. a great ability at and Mm J. A, Saunders of Mid- In honor of their nephew, Jack /Y,
little daughter, Ann of Rutledge, with Mr .'R. S. Fernandez. Mrs. dlcburg and J. A. '
TbA1U Mr- and Mrs. P. S. Denmark carving wood. They have some Saunders Jr.. Supp, who was, home on a final
have as their guests this week Ga., were here last Friday visitingMr. Klmbrough was reared in Starke unique birds axes in stumps, sir and wife of Jacksonville fui lough. All of Jack's aUters
their Mrs. Ward and Mrs. W. G. Halle. and taught In the school here fora planes and alligators They will Mr. and Mrs. Grady Mliell of and most of his maternal' uncle( ",
s. daughter of Rogers Sgt A K. Wall of Ft. Benning, : number of years.. She has num shellac them later, Axon Ca., are visiting lay and and aunt attended "jMeadows"Anclemort
and little girl, Jacksonville, Ga., Is spending a 10-day furlough bers of old friends who are glad We are enjoying an electric Mrs. C.? E. Andiews. The Mlsells has gone to < [i'1
and another daughter, Mrs. J. E. ,
? here with relatives. He spent to see her again. fan these hot days. have lived ,here previouslybut Air ttaie
work at the Lake
: City ( .
Thomas of Crescent .. ,
HIL City. several days of this week In Friends here" of Mrs. G. C. We have the radio news program sold their farm to a Mr. Slkes. this week. '

Mr G. K. Bennett and young Miami. Powell are glad' to know that she from the Times-Union on I Mrs. Chester Moody ha a returned Mr, and Mrs.: 'Earnle Souther1''

need good. son, Kemble, of Jacksonville, are I Miss Marian Dowllng, who Is In is making a good recovery from the board and when that specified I from, Chicago where she land had 'as theIr'recent guest l I'

u visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall training at Riverside Hospital, her recent operation In Riverside time comes we listen to the broad- spent over two months with her Mr and Mrs. Ned Beck of ,
Mr, Bennett will join them this Jacksonville, is spending a three- husband who
1oLilc.tyIusur: Hospital.Mrs. cast from a brorrowed radio. It was attending I Weaver, Aln., Miss Beatrice Green
uto weekend.Mrs. weeks' vacation at the home of S. C. Carnell ISP In Mar- takes about five minutes and we Coyne Kleitilcal School. Mr, of Kalford Carlos and Ray Greenof

Wm. Dobrow, of Pahokee her ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 3.lowiing. lanna visiting her husband whois use our Geographies in locating Moody was graduated. ) last week Raltord, R. A, Osteen anl Del-

[. daughter of Mrs. B. Jacobs, is In engaged In defense work at the places mentioned. We are also I and wait trans frrred to Ft. bet't Green of Luke Butler I

Palm Beach hospital recuperatingfrom Sgt. Jesse Johnson who I Is at that place. using the papers for current Bradey. Mich., on the Canadian Mr*, and Mis. Geo Tetstone and I

E. Johns a n appendicitis operationlast present on maneuvers in North Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, events, In this! way we are Border lie Is expected to come family were dinner guests ofMrs. :
rley Monday week. Mis. Jacobs Carolina, spent the week-end in Mrs. S. C. Carnell and F A, Scott learning more Geography than home next week. Mrs. Moody Tetstono's. brother and .1.!.- {f fte.InIaw

Agency plan to visit her as soon as she Starke with Mrs. Johnson. were visitors in Jacksonville Monday we thought we would. came home via Oziirk, Ala, and Mr. and Mrs\ Alver I

FLORIDA leaves the hospital. Mrs. Effie Johns was shopping We me going to organize aPT visited with her mother, Mis Cusnels and family of Brooker 1.

r\KKE,Call Street Capt and Mrs. H. C Wall of In Gainesville Wednesday.Mr. Mips Maxine Noegel; will return A. Friday Nona Ryan. Mrs Moody plnns to Sunday.

Host: ''IS St. Augustine spent the week- and Mrs. W. P. Randall today from a week's visit Nancy Owen brought a nice "return with her husband later to

ne end here with his parents. Mr. and children Bill, Jr., and Lucia in Trenton, N. J. flower pot and little Opal Smith \ Ft ItraJey. ('.\ItJ) CH' 1IIK4: '

Rtprmntlna and Mrs. W. L. Wall and with Lyle have returned to their Lt. Frank Robinson, Army brought 1nice Begonia and put Mrs. C. C Under has been W, wish to express our sincere
TRAVELERS Hertford home in Norfolk Va after has been called\ back to work at Camp gratitude for all kindnesses I
I Mi, and Mrs W. M. Walnwright a chaplain assigned to a In It It Is growing rapidly.NO '
at their Kingsley Lake cottage two weeks' vacation spent with unit at Camp Blanding and arrive Handing( She'will begin Mon. shown us dining 1 the recent 111-
I Mrs. Randall's parents, Mr and here Wednesday from Ala <} \TOIt- day morning, aces death and burial of our beloved ,
Mru. J. M. Alvarez at Kingsley bama. He was a former pastor Everett Renfroe says one extreme hire. C C, Duller, and diuigh- husband and father Lloyd :

DENTIST Lake of the Staike Methodist Church follows the other Thin tern' Mrs Calvin McCord and i D Johns, and fur the lovely flow-

DR. LEMUEL COLSON Mr. and Mrs J, H. Gill of Mrs. W. N. Odom has ncceptei d time he and his winter, Mis. R. J, i I Blanche, were .shopping In 'I era, (r'I

129 East Call Street Atlanta, Ga., are spending! a few a place as cashier at the Guidon I Turner, Si-, were fishing: In New I I Gainesville, Friday, Mrs. Lloyd l H. Johns and family.
days at Kinerslev Lake with Mrs.Gilt's Grill River Wednesday; he failed to I La
'' gC3CJC3C3C3CpCJcncjrjl.Jir3CJt.ut.-3l--;-;-;---;-; ; ; ; : rp; CP IT;?t-ptrj trj CJ rj rp rp cp...C3....CJ.;..CJ....TJ....C3.;...C3.. .a ,
find'a G ------------------ ,
Dr. find 75 r
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. L H Jennings moccasins but did J ,
i 9 A. :M. to 7 P. 3\1. Evenings By Appointment I Alvarez.D. left last Friday for Valdosta, Ga., hungry "small fry" gator QUICK SERVICE AND SATISFACTION If. ,

A, Montelth and W H. where Dr. Jennings has a commission swimming around seeking nour lee() ,

Graham spent the week-end at of 1st lieutenant In the ishment. Everett, being alert and () IS OUR MOTTO :' i
Daytona Beach with their wives Medical corps at Moody Field. a first class! fishermen.-when ()

W LONG SINCE YOU'VE HAD A and children. Mrs. Jennings returned Saturday. they'll bite and if the moon's C I '

Mrs G. W. Aderman has returned Miss Leona Gatney, of :Mayo, ,light) quit "nigger flohln' end g Short Orders, Sandwiches, Cold Drinks ) -':
ILY GROUP PORTRAIT TAKEN? home after a visit, in former employe In County Agent stalled. gator "..hlnK'. He began
Tallahassee with her daughters L. T. Dyer's office, was a visitorIn dabbling the bull around an.1 [{! And Delicious Home Made Pies ;

M&\ 's. G C. White, Mrs. S. P. Starke Wednesday and Thurs smack!! He had a gator-he [ i '
AND soc AT euR [g
THIS AD
PRESENT
Vandivlere and Mrs. E. R. Marsh- day. She visited Miss Lola El thoughtbut about the time he r
STUDIO AND WE WILL MAKE ONE 8\10 burn. mote on her way for a week's was reaching out to take possession A & A Luncheonette 'I

|(GOLD TONE GROUP PORTRAIT OF 5 PER- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall and vacation at Jacksonville Bench of the amphibian and ka- [ 81 tB t\\ : '
Sgt A. E. Wall drove to St Miss. Dot Faxon spent Tuesdayand ; pluke! he went buck to his natural r B ,
cONS OR CHOICE OF 2 POSES.
LESS
Augustine Monday\ and spent the Wednesday visiting In the habitat. Everett thinks ne ;, I

day with Capt. and Mrs. H. C. home of her friend. Miss Jac- knows how now to bag a gator I I
BON-ART STUDIOS
I Wall. queline Woodward, at Raifoid If he "ever haM a good chance !;

223 S. Walnut Street Starke, Fla I Mrs. E. P. McCollum who Is Mrs T. FI'ankLnndrum; and Infant again". ,,,. WHY GO FISHING. ? j : ,

I I employed here at the USO, went daughter, Suzanne, returnedto ,
('Alt UKKC'KVeinell :
Tuesday to Tavarcs where she is their home here yesterday GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fret.h
I
Moody rays that he had
------------------- spending a well-eained vacation. from the Alachua County Hospital .
i i I Beautiful Cleaning. Beautiful in Gainesville. a narrow escape the other night Water and4Sult Water Fish, Shrimp etc. i ;
when he from Lake
NWNTONIGHTVital was going
B..II fOWLI N6 ,I Tailor Tailoring, Opposite at 'the Park StHrke-Blundlng Theatre. Deeds FiledNat Butler to IIrocker and his tire Fresh Meals, Live and Dressed .Poultry t 1 : '-

alert now Invert blew out. The car left the road Fruitti and '
women
'egetalIe'i4NEWSOME'S t'
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and '! :
and hit a tree, It knocked the ';;
dull-afternoon hours In Bowangt" I Mrs. Carrie Ritch had as guests Williams and his wife < .
motor buck under the front .
i this week Mien Gloria Johns of Louise Williams, to Lizzie Hall seat MARKET : ) :
here In this popular "red c- Jacksonville and her friend, Miss and Tom Hall, August 3; Cor- and set the car afire. Vernelle ;

-Q ing" exercise that's a real recreation i, Jane Elkin of Mount Carmel nl.I nelia Peek Long widow, JulianL. says about that 1 he 1-2 was hours."knocked Other than out"COl' 1-2 Block N. of Union hole Station on Jax Road f
Peek and his I"I.
I On Wednesday Mrs. C. C. Mendoza wife Clara Peek \
Re-Creating slim, lithe, Isabel Peek Ritch and husband J. that "Blue" says he was not I.i .
i and Miss Martha Lee Ryan ,
scratched hurt, "Blue" has had
youthful figures! Bowl here of Jacksonville came here, and H. Ritch, Myra.Peek, widow, and or .. ..-.. ..,..... ..-. .. .--- ,
bad luck with hit ram- two burn- .
I they were Joined by Miss Johns Myra Peek as administratrix of 1 I'
of an afternoon. ed and stolen.
frequently,
one
estate of S. L. Peek, deceased S.
and :Miss Elkin and the party ,

: I I went to Silver Springs for the L. Peek, Jr.. single, Frances Peek, GOOD EGG ItF.cOUUFrank : ;
BOWLDROMEAT SILVER
TIlE CENTER day. single, Leonard D. Peek, single, Mercltt: has about 210 SPRINGS ;t
BLANDINO I
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, :Mrs. W. all of Bradford County, and laying white leghorn, hens. He !
.. u _._ ____________:> Louise Peek Sayles and husband
S. Stroman and Mrs. S. S. Dow- keeps a record of their production Cordially Invites You To See A r
ling spent Wednesday at the Peek C. F. Sayles, of Dade County, and for a 6-months period fL ;

GUY'S MARKETPhone place at Kingsley Lake. parties of the first part to E. K. from Jan. 1 to July 1-they laid SPECTACULAR FREE WATER SHOW{ 1-: : 'd1J
Perryman and wife, Lois Peek :
159 We Deliver Little Linda Johns, fouryearold 26,496 marketable eggs Everyday k
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Perryman, parties of the second though, many eggs are SUNDAY AUGUST 10, 3 I'. M.Featuring '1L J
215 S. Walnut St. Starke Florida 1
R. Johns Jr., had her tonsils. ,removed part-block 34. except lots 1 broken and ruined !- ,

GROCERIES MEATS last week In a Jackson- 11; block 29, except lot 14; block Mr. Merritt was able to, market I '" \14\tf'13'\'r\:! ;:"' '1\"\
ville hospital.Mrs. 30; all In Peek's addition to about IS bushels of his pears at ,t",1"; ,,, sj

r ROUSE: S For PALACE 1bASSER Warren Perkins and son, Staike; also lot T. block 1; blocks 7Sc a bushel. He has many SO Expert Swimmers, Divers, And ,'t; f,':I ;

..._____, IOc, Breakfast ,Bacon ____ 29c Edwin, spent. Wednesday! In Jack- 6, 7, 8, 9. 20, ,22, 23, 24, 30. ex- more to fell and they are now ',> !,\ '
sonville. cept lots 3.A 7; and lots 1, 3, 12 at a good cunning stage. First Aid Instructors ;t i ,
SQUARE CUT 1b Miss! Marjorie Patel Is enjoy 13, 14, of 0bck!! 31; all In Livingston I
KUL and The Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Butler ; ,
.______ 25c Chuck Roast ________ 29c ing a visit with friends and rel- Starke Truby Co.'s addition to had Mrs Butler's brother-in- ,: '"'
; also certain properties In
TE\w l ib DAISY tb atives Julian In McRae Chipley and, Walter King Clay County., August S; Paul M law and sinter, Mr and Mrs, J. Come by Train or HUM, Hut'Come! :'t, \; '

Plate Coffee __:_ 33c CHEESE ___________ 29c spent the week-end In Lake City Glover and wife, Juanita Glover, M. Moore an aunt, Mrs Mary Hourly HUH! Service from Ocala! <:,! '
to Gordon Grlffls, August 3; Crosby all of Blackshear, Ga., as
with Miss friends.Madge\ Crouch of Gaines Emma P. Hill and Lous! H. Hill. their guests last week-end. -...... ............ ............ -" ., .. ;" ',:' ;

ville is spending this week herewith her husband, to M. T. Hamilton, ),--.----..-..----------.------------- -'"
her brother-in-law and mister August 3; Rachel Browning,

NAT SEZ: .Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nelson. widow of John Browning, and

New York (Special to Telegraph Mrs. L. E. Moseley and son. Gertrude Browning Miles and C, NO FEATHER IK)11

)-\\'ell. here I am folks Lawrence, of Plant City arrived F. .IlIel', her husband, to Myrle CUT PERMANENTSPECIAL '
Rafuse, August :I. APPOINTMENTNECESSARY
up In the big city. Just thought Tuesday to Join Mr. Moseley whoIs KEC.:. $5.00 #' !j
I'd drop to ,nee what I could employed at Camp Blanding.
up
t find out that Walter Winches Mrs K. G. Duncan and daughter James J. PickrenJames L S VALUE: $:.50 wkl

might have mulo..kf'd. ThU new Margaret Rope, spent MondayIn J 44
lim-out, though hisrot/ the Jacksonville Julius Plckren 66, vet- (, I p C."rl .i t i

great Unite Way so dark It looks Mrs. S. 3, Dowling and Miss. cran: of World War 1, died in the j\"tJ Lr I

about like fl..ynn at mMnljtlit. Nettle Dowllng spent WednesdayIn Veterans' Hospital, Lake City ON'
I'm already earning for the Jacksonville shopping.Mrs. August 8, of typhus fever, afteran J 1 ;

light of Call Street. See Jeanette KIncald and Mrs.K. Illness of lens than th ree PBRMANENTSRegular
bright
G. Duncan and daughter, weeks.
you a On. Margaret Rose, are upending a He was born March 27, 1873 at I

few days this week in Tampa Broxton Ga? son of Mr, and Mrs.
Mrs. Kincaid's brother- John J Pickren, and married t
vU'ttlng Machineless ,_ .. $5.00
In-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Miss. Ethel Calhoun, of St Cloud $7.50 ve "' -

COURSE YOU CAN BE FIT PERFECTLY C. C. Hoppe and son, Jimmie May 17, 1923. He was a memberof MI".G""T

Ed R. Neff, who was county the MethoJlst Church and of Regular $5.00 Machineless Wave ". $3.50 ,

engineer here about 20 years ago. the Blue Lodge and Shrine. I ;

WITH A l1l/IUM Is once again In this section and In addition to his wife he Is 1 Regular $5.00 Oil Waves $3.50
Is living at Keystone Heights survived by two sons and two

while employed on the Crystal daughters James Pickren, Jr., Oil Croquignole Ringlets _ ," $2.25
) FOR EACH SIZE IS PROPORTIONED Lake Air Support Base project.Mr. of Hampton Cyril Pickren, of Jyee.

\ and Mrs Burton Dickman, Starke and Virginia Lou Plckren ... ,P ., I
FROM ITS OWN MASTER PATTERN who have resided at the Hall of Hampton and Eloulse Pickren I ....n., msG 1lA Wi---------- y

rooming house for the past sev- of Jacksonville; also a sister, ALL {{' l lIeNMINMee

L Ii hero on "probl.m" flgurM.Hib' flip dos not rid.. up eral weeks have moved to the : Mrs.\. J. S. Morgan, o f Tyler ." ,'1_Leeeleeeeeeesa---.... .. .., .. .. n l) r.N

T. L. Williams home on CherrySt. Town. Mlst. i
W pvfl i down or fwbl around.feeritberg's.
Funeral services were conductedat
Mrs. Randolph Hardee and the De Witt C. Jones funeral SaLon
$Z children of Sebring arrived Sat home Sunday afternoon at 3 o'- !BE.aLLt

,. urday for a visit'with her par clock with the Rev. J, F. Yancy 1"'aclyJa 'l. !J ,
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts and the Rev. Ed Garrett officiating .:

at the State Farm and with <. Interment was in the '
.
friends in Starke. Santa Fe Cemetery. Starke, Florida I .
II
Mrs. H. A. Lawson was a business I
visitor to Jacksonville Tues.. RULED INIHCX CAKD3 3.3: ...- .- ..... -.-- ... .... .... ... w )!
BRADFORD COUNTY:
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she was confined to the Alachua for

FARMERS' SECTIONRURAL AT hospital.Mrs. Will Jacksonville Von RYr
LAWTEy" undergo
LOOKING J. L. Harrell left Sundayfor Mr. a ton6llftl

L_ __ ___ __. ________ _,_ Moultrie, Ga., where Don BarnfJ'' tt
-- KeyweTC
---
---- Pt
F. R. CarradineWHERFI Fryer, her brother was stricken with Mrs lel'erat dt
HINTS FOR TILEHOUSEHOLD with a serious illness Thursday, and Mrs J Peddy\ ft*

COMMON SENSE. . I necessitating: the trip. Is connected A Howe lit
CREDIT IS: DUE WANTED: COOPERATION: WilY COJIODlTmS'lCome : Jimmie Moore son of Mrs. In a technical! Wtlb tile U I
FILL TilE EGO BASKETS EFFICIENT SEWING Several weeks ago this column Monday afternoon finds the to Lawtey any commodityday Louiebelle Moore was In Lawteyfor radio I capacity, ,
t
MACHINES (we believe H 1 III Thursday) expenperlence of
few hours
advised of the sudden Interest a Monday enrouteto
With the old henn and the Rev. Forbes Fuller Chief Observer truck loads of com- Mn
shown In the local clinic service. and watch the Atlanta to formally enter Paddy
Florida being Home sewing is becoming necessary the base of his will be remembered
of at
young pullets Overnight Dr Ford's) work jumped working modity recipients. They Uncle Sams' Air Corps. This boy Mr. aF Slice
urged to lay eggs: for the next in meeting the clothing and to capacity and we did not observation tower, combining the as thick as bees on trucks and really looks like a soldier and we Ing for Peddy leaves Tueaday

few months like they have never textile needs economically and know who had done the good collecting of scrap with his job of I the highway for a half mile southof believe he will make one. The Mr,. Wltshfngton D,
before to help supply a very patriotically. Florida homemakers lined with Peddy C
laid will be and
Lawtey
work. We to give best to Jimmie. her
are happy you
base of the .
Chief Observer The E. IIattR. -
of the "food for realize this and are now doIng receiv Matthews
part of those
necessary credit where credit is due. This hitchikers. Many Jean Edwards Is threatening to entrap
freedom" needed by this country much sewing on the long tower Is being wired as a sort of ing commodities are families of day for Oconomowoc R!.
town owes Mrs. Earl Edwards a break glasses. Why?
k and other democracies, both commercial summer days.Successful sincere vote of thanks for the fence to hold all scrap iron rubber men working at Blandlng and on Had a letter from Cheatbam spend sister several] Week 111"

t S fi poultrymen and farm home sewing dependson tireless work she has done In etc., that will be donated. other Government pro j e cts at (Romeo) Peele today. Cheat ham Mrs. 8. R. Day.
flock owners will need to take several factors especially on a forwarding this service. Mrs. Edwards This work Is being done with the wages greater than they have used to be the cause of many a Mrs Maude Wilde
advantage of every method and well adjusted and properly equip- ever-reliable ever received. This is a situation our new teachers >
will be found at the clinican assistance of the sweet thing' sigh a few years She
device which will increase egg ped machine. Wrong tension hour before Dr. Ford arl'lve.each soldier Fred Davidson. Monies that Is not only loosely handled ago. He la In the Navy and la XTKJ"* and 111'
q production. adjustments and incorrect needle Tuesday and Is the last to derived from the scrap donated but is shameful because of the schooling at Butler University, i '' ij
That it Is possible'' to increase length are the usual causes of leave. She has with very little will be put to good use in our demoralizing effect It has on Indianapolis( Ind., which trains I Wallace MCDonald,
egg production per hen has been sewing troubles. Study the ten cooperation somehow painted the several civic enterpi Ises. It might labor. Any farmer can tell you Its enrollees in the fine art of. and Mrs J. B. MCDOIlaJ 101
q amply demonstrated. During 1918, sion by taking apart and putting walls cleaned the shelves and be well at this time to advise the trouble encountered yearly In Naval signal communication.Romeo on furlough ne
M'' the last year of the first World together again, loosening and made an otherwise very dirty the readers of this column of obtaining enough negro help to likes the Indiana girls Air Corps and i is\n,
War, the average number of eggs tightening it. Familiarity with building habitable. We are fur just what sort of man la your gather berries, beans etc. It is Langley Field, Va, '*
ec produced per layer was only 86 the tension enables one to adjust ther advised that she circulatedthe Chief Observer Forbes M. Fuller well to give to the needy under A letter from 'Ironhead' Keef-
1gj in a year.. Just 20 years later : for knotting of threads Information as to the intended Baptist Minister at Lawtey. I charitable plane for their care but fee Harrell' evidently was written Rev.METHODIST C'HlllOl
rI" In 1938, it had rlsem to 106, giving I Jumping of the stitches and un- work to be done at'the clinic accepted the position of Chief the system of doling commodities while on leave in Richmond. Herbert Roused,
4 an average rise of one egg eveness of sewing. Sometimesthe with the present result This Oba e r v e r with practically no weekly or semi-monthly is one Reading between the lines one Sunday School at
a year. tension spring becomes worn clinic Is a great movement and knowledge of what he was to do. that will be hard to stop. It would believe he was having an Pastor Morning Worship "I

The ability to produce ii bred and needs replacement.Use should have the full cooperation, Yet In the face of discouragingodds must be remembered that the excellent time. Ye Will preach on ,y
' Into the chicken and poultry the correct length and size morally and financially, of the he has an organization that Government branches of public Our apologies- Daniel Wrong One Another f'
breeders have done a great deal of needle. If on turning the I entire community. The next time will function perfectly and effi- employment old age pensions and (Boondy) Harley. We advised Jeet Evening: / Worship allJ
along that line. But high pro- threaded machine by hand, the you meet Mrs. Edwards on the : ciently if he is given cooperation.At the commodity system Is an l Issueat that Dan was stationed at Keesler 'Paul on Hie way, to
ducing chickens must be fed and shuttle pasties In the middle of street take time enough to thank this time the following citizens election time and wields a Field in Biloxi I, Miss. He la MANUSCRIPT i
/ managed properly if their bent the thread made by the needle her for her part in possibly preventing are spotting planes under the ex- powerful vote. The thinking pub really at Randolph Field at San -e. 100 rot
it egg production I Is to be secured the needle is the right length. a serious ailment In your cellent direction of Mr. Fuller: lic does not like these systemsbut Antonio Texas. This Field is BRADFORD
,4i, if they are to keep the egg basket Fine needles and fine thread family. Remember she does not Mrs. Fred Davidson, Mrs. Mae B. Is. greatly !In the voting minority Known as the West Point of the LELEGRAPB

r filled and overflowing.While produce the best stitching fur the get paid for what she does.It Wells Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ed- and the office holders Air.Mrs. THE
In Florida attending the thin materials. A common mis- wards Coleman Philips James know it. If evor a person shouldbe John P.; Coursey returnedto CHILDRENS |F
recent annual convention of the take Is to use both needles and l 10 easy to see that W. P. A., Phillips Henry Bennett Mr. and Independent of charily It is Vidalia, Ga.. Monday after When children have tem
4 Southern Mixed Feed Manufacturers thread which are too coarse. I the dole system and victory gar- Mrs. M. B .Plummer Mrs. Joe now. A spending program greater spending several days with Mr. sets of the stomach
Association Dr. Harry W. See If the stitch Is right for dens are the beginning of the end Brown Mrs. Fred Moore Miss than all of our previous wars launder and Mrs. Louis H. Hill. Mrs. unwise food and bra,

Titus poultry scientist with the the use Intended, small for fine for the farmer. Giving to the : Enza Blanchard, Aubrey Townsend way employing everyone Coursey was at Pearl Harbor ing, or combination,,
United States D e p artment of materials and medium for heavier needy is one of the virtues, but Johnle 'Casque Mrs Emma who wants to work. Then why with her husband who Is In the I give them over-acidity of UK,
art' Agriculture gave some interesting fabrics. The stitch should be making a sucker of the tax pay Hill Miss Catherine Young James commodities Charity for the indigent Naval service. The memorable good tasting
figure on the influence of secure-neither loose nor tight. ing public is anything but a Reddish Bobble Plummer J. T. and compulsory work for Sunday December 7th., la a day McCEE'SBABYE u,
feeding in copious quantities as A small stitch looks neater and virtue. It Is a full nelson on the Prevail Billy Edwards F. R. the healthy if he or she eats is to be remembered by this pretty ALL DRUG SIORt]
revealed by experiments conducted wears longer-allow fourteen to people by the great Institution of Carradine H. C. Kelly. Paul our suggestion. young matron. As providence

at a USDA laboratory In Art- fifteen stitches per inch. This Is the Politicos'. Dlnklns. C. A. Ciews and Mrs. J. decreed her husband was on AUTO PART
con. more than Is used generally.It Mr and Mrs Ivery Thompson P. Wyrick. This column feels that Billy Plummer son of, Mr and leave and with his family when

IL Hens in one group were allowed will pay to repair the sewing returned to Jacksonville Saturday Mr. Fuller is entitled to more co- Mrs. M. B. Plummer has enlisted the Arizona, his ship was des- USED TIRES IRE( B\
! 'J to eat all the feed they wanted. machine now, replacing all worn after spending several days with operation than he Is receiving. He In the Navy at Peru Ind., troyed. She had the pleasant experience YOUR SIZE), CEMBAli
Those in a similar group bad parts while they are available. A relatives here. is practically a stranger to the and will formally enter service however, of seeing at AUTO GLASS CASH I
their rations cut 12.5 percent, and clean smoothly-running, well adjusted Mr. and Mrs. R.: E. (Hawk) people here, having been sent on Saturday August 8., Bllly'a least two Jap planes shot down. CARS AND TRUCES
those in still another group had machine not only sews better Matthews of Cross City were here by his Church only a year rating will be 3rd., class store The States for Mary always.It's CONDITION'
the feed reduced 23 percent. The but lasts longer. It becomes here for a short while Saturday ago ,and yet )Is striving to organ- keeper. A good boy-. and a deserving a girl for Mr. and Mr*.
12.5: percent reduction in feed resulted increasingly Important to extend renewing a c q u a 1 ntances. Mr. ize your city for its own protec- one too. Ernie R a u I e r ion Gwendolyn Used Autos l'HASKIN' i
In 30 percent fewer eggs the service 0 f essential home Matthews Is employed on a government tion. It is certainly no credit to 'Seaboard M. B. Jones returned Marie arrived at 8:30 A.M.,
the 25 percent reduction causing equipment made of metal. project in the city in the citizens of this city to sit from Was h t ngton D. C., on Thura. Aug. 6. She weighed six !

the hens to produce only half as which he resides. Mrs. Matthewswas back and see a newcomer do all Thursday of last week after spending and a half pounds. Mother. and AUTO PARTS

many eggs. A saving if such it Dairies CheckedTwo Elizabeth Howe, daughter of the preparing while the sitters several days there with rela- daughter doing fine. North of ')loin. I
can be called of one-fourth in Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howe. continue their Important job of tiveu. 'Seaboard' aaw the Senators Leon (Let-er-go) Starling left

q feed Induced a loss of one-half in months ago Dr. MalcolmJ. Mr?.and Mrs. Joe Shuford spent I' sitting and whittling. The few defeat the Yankees saw sev A- ______ ,
eggs. It doesn't pay to skimp on Ford director of the County Sunday here with'relatlves. assisting the Chief Observer eral fatal accidents, all the sailors ---
chicken feed. Health Unit assisted l by Dr. A, Charles Howe spent Sunday doing well but there is are In the U. 3., and all the

lie said we now know that cod- H. Williams, milk consultant with with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. many more. The nights room are for people. Too crowded for him Prompt ServiceStarke Careful Din
! s liver oil (or Florida's shark liver the State Board of Health and A. Howe. among the most Important and till likes Lawtey the best. Says
oil), minerals and vitamins are Conway John also with the State We received a letter last week since we have at last obtained the barbers believed F. D. R.
needed in Board began a s t u d y Of all from 'Fatso' Bill Harrell would not execute the saboteur
poultry feed and most at Ben- phone service it behooves all to
I oommerclal poultry feeds on the dairies in Bradford County, The ning. He was hungry and is expecting do a part. It takes gasoline and Thought they should be blown up Taxi Servi<
: market contain these Ingredients. survey stated was conducted. Dr. Ford a furlough. Both fully tires to drive around to see prospective with their own dynamite. We
Home flocks should receive them yesterday to learn how expected.Mrs. observers Won't agree with'them..
dairies could be you cooperate -
and In
also, for best production. the future Mr. John Improved will conducta Carl Edwards and small with Mr. Fuller and go Lester Prevatt son of Mrs. Phone 150

He as so many other poultry regular Inspection of dairies. daughter, Gayle of Fernandina to see him He needs you In this Lizzie Prevatt of Lawtey, was

t authorities, says that plenty of a "Milk", said Dr; Ford "Is the are here for several days' visit meritorious and most Important an Inductee at Blanding Friday
well balanced feed, plenty of most perfect food we have; but Mr.with the parents of Mr. Edwards I work. It will take 'only a few August 7. / Day Ni
and Mrs.
Earl
clean, fresh water, and good anything except grade A pas- Edwards. hours of your time each week and Mrs. Catherine Teare returned
sanitation will go a long way towards teurlzfd milk is dangerous. The milk: typhoid fever tuberculosis the tower is the coolest place In Tuesday from Gainesville where

making poultry and egg following are some of the diseases dyphtherla, scarlet fever and un- town.

production successful. that can be contracted from raw dulant fever." TOO MUCH IMMIGRATION_n ______ .
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It Is the belief of this column
that the execution of six of the

German saboteurs, will strengthen
the morale of this
HIS country. We

arrive many discussions at that opinion we have because heard of THIS IS WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING FOR!

of this case. It has been apparent

v that many people were somewhat icei.? teJ 2oitClrcrl i
lisaatlsfled with I the secretive etz eYrzeX ilTit r/Uf
:manner in ''
which' this trial was
conducted but it is most evident
YMIDoL now that those who conducted

he trial knew what they were

lotng. The Max Stephan sen- S-, '
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; tence was pleasing to the public p We look to our leaders (or the
; except for the delay in carrying high Ideals of America. to the men
It out but the'expedition that t- who have given its promise fitting
Ua1ESr. accompanied the sentence of' the utterance. These words of Daniel
ppyfsir Washington case"should do much Webster's have down through the
o a's to let the filthy rats who abuse years pointed the way for America
the given its ,made its
.' sI privileges accorded even those destiny impetus
S
u
born across the sea, realize that way noble.
s this But the Enemy 7 What promise
country is a
{ waf: and give
\\'F/1 much satisfaction to those loyal se Ma of justice, what goal does the enemy
I souls happy under our Flag. May s hold most high?
I there be more gunpowder g This is what the Enemy SS>"
burned
I more rope 'stretched and s' they hold most dear in life. UR
electricity more IS THE FATHER OF CREATION:
I put to use on the dirty
CULTURE'Japanese
rotten AND THE MOTHER OF
ingrates
In
our midst. ( Army Pamphlet).
After the last
; war we had
a flood future
of That should make the
thousands refugees. Immigrants and mighty appealing to the Japil!
of
those who just Here in America we fight the
wanted to come here to start fight of of will everywhere.For .
life i+ ,men good
anew. That is a laugh. fort
To- we have something to fight
..rr day this country 'is paying in The friendly homes the quiet
ship, blood and sorrow for the peaceful communities the men
leniency of its laws.It of good will,our neighbor,a ho make

is easy to say that to prohibit our life rich In possessions no Ails
immigration to this country nation can enjoy.
; would work a hardship on those And tonight as you relax in the
loyal to our flag those who have calm contentment of your home,
migrated here and have been why not drink a toast to America
Something To You naturalized. But what about the a pledge to, hold firm, hold fast to i"

thousands who are YET here and ideals( tour
have not been naturalized, and Call in neighbors-renew
'It ifiitmif siilir' some of those who your friendship in a toast with the
a wh las sifiH a ili Are famous Drink of Friendship
they not the
f cause of the
.,IIHCN TO** .tocttic ....er.n iiirtini, alllileil iifilr unlit. I sinking of ships by obtaining information golden-mellow JAX Beer I

Ma IrtaI.L yow O ".., skrssit il all sew ..ul, urtlis ....1.'...... ,I of our as to. the movements
t.sw.'Iw.ta..s..dl1.t.| cargo ships and passing it
-- .....- ...... ............ O Ciitail kit lulled. Is silt s ansir si Is Utslrl ..., leillenil.. on the to the submarines Did not

_5 ed.- O C....,. bank moratorium In 1933 hurt
rill!! ill iKlrisaat rsgilatlssi.Q some but U suposed to have
helped BOTTLE
h BiAOTW Ife** ffjfj I.. ..... .... many"It CAPS
leas st stfiiuls ssialr" el mllsiis pint as .... II lltf art "''''d''.. '
w Wt.*. ...... .,. y- "sass certainly hurt the A' HAVE BEENRATIONED
writer
ymh. !-.... I It wdsMM.. ,.....yj O hi..H
.eu.L.wr+....snd ........... year's
I earnings
Ch but It
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'( a !ill < 11'. Irles' ler Ifs' "Mir sal Itialti ill kllli.Q made the
-...... banks safe for depositor 8e.ure of getting your atiar
/, ....1. ill il fair lapllisiis uah111.ML. If opening our shores to thereat of the famous Drink oft

... N IM.M! of the world r FrUndthip.
.... / Help your dealer to help you by having 1 all our Country with means thousands filling of f
of your electric appliances checked periodically. spies in the form of Immigrants ASK FOR IRE

it can only mean a war every JAX JUMBO
Ill fiOTE THu trmbol Jti .., ".e.ol, mealb.., Jtaltr ..,...;,. ALL kunlt several decades. If closing these
WAI uiiiit misTIMT o' .i.rucal.'plisses. ..., spar ..f7 r.J... tomm ...,. "..." shores to foreigners means an end Q 3p ( AhfllQaarISiielolr/e BEER
.roJ, taut /.n..nd muxeri; wAd..h.,. ..., ,.,..., roll .ppl.."..*. to progress we should be ashamed Ja Brewiii Canpii/

to admit It and should Invite
retrogression JiiksiMilU
instead of devastation Fllri/a

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War Time Means Sacrifice


For some of us, it means the supreme sacrifice-life; for others, .
the sweat of a rush production job, or the heartache for a son or '
husband or, sweetheart who is away. I

Sometimes, in the darkness, we wonder if it is all worthwhile. ( I \
We ask, "What is it we're fighting for?" The answer is : A WAY I c:

OF LIFE-THE AMERICAN<*. WAY! Weigh.I t. I I

Let us weigh our way against their's! I!


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For Comparisons, Read Item One in the First Column; Then Item One in the Second Column, and so 'on ,

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OUR WAY THEIR WAY


1. FREEDOM. OF SPEECH. We say what we please without 1. NO FREEDOM OF SPEECH. Death penalty for violation. -I\ ,

penalty. 2. NO FREEDOM OF PRESS. Press and radio seized. Opposition I: I
stifled! :: I
2. FREEDOM .OF PRESS. Voluntary. self-censorship. .
'? 3. NO FREEDOM OF RELIGION. Hitler replaces God. .
3. FREEDOM OF RELIGION. We may worship as we please. '.
4. FOOD AND DRINK. Ration per person: two eggs mont hI'; !
4. FOOD AND DRINK. No serious restrictions. ounces of butter each week; 2.2 pounds of meat monthly; one-half ':
of milk daily. '
pint
5. CLOTHING AND SHOES. Minor restrictions on cut and materials. .
5. AND SHOES. Strictly rationed. Civilians
No serious restrictions on shoes. CLOTHING ordered to
wear wooden shoes.
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AXIS PROPAGANDA, QUOTE: "The democracies are decadent and AXIS PROPAGANDA QUOTE: "We are bringing a new and better
unable to look after their own way of life to the world "
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The Individuals and Business. Firms listed below pay tribute to the American Way of Life :. :

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Barksdale's Store a Ann and Harry's Main Military Distributors Guidon Grill j, .
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;" Sabines Bakery Columbia Military Distributors Jacob'sBlanding
Koch Drug Store '. f '/ :
\. Geo.'s Spaghetti House Ritz Cafe Center':' ,
.>.. A. M. Darby'sJerry's .
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Eastern Auto Supply I l
;: Tic Toc Tap P. S. Stores, Inc. ,I

The Star Store Barney's Pop Corn Stand Denmark Furniture Co. Rogers Jewelry I & Army Supply I { ,

Bradford Photo Shop Drucker's Jewelry J. H. Courtmanch. Watchmaker Leila's Beauty Salon] r

Van H. Priest 5c to $1.00 :J A & P Food Store Shafkin's JewelersStarkeBIanding Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry ,

Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop-:. Guy's Market Tailors Ben Suslow's Army Store '

Edwards Service Station Titus Olson Ed prlne.: Frank's Fine Foods : ,S
;;- Houston's Service Station :
Starke Coca Cola I Bottling Co. City Barber Shop The Electric Shoe Shop .) :t J
Petite Photo Studio Arrant From Park -n..afu \ ;
Hart Furniture Co. Veterans Locker Club J i'
Kinfiley LM.ke' Lanola Links Victory Military SuppliesParamount '
Andrews Motor Co.
J. P. Roberts Motors Bradford Barber Shop Grill }
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BRA.DI'Q! D oorsnrr vKusxutArn. STAHJEB. FLOMDA WSAZAtGi :

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Florida thla JulyOFFICIAL. New York. .u...
: under said Certificate! No. 24.HM dant. Case No. till.ORDI5R September 7th.. 1142 In the above seal at Starke. You ar' required to appear en Witness

vc41!( SCHKDIXEHouthbouod \* of NMH .f HVVH4 I Twp. PUBLICATION named Court and auee. whereIn ( SEAL) A. :J. Thomaa 8..pt..b.7th. l.4l! In th.' above .at..t 1 hInd .

I i I $,- R. SI lit.. .eotItat"f... 10 Acres AND NOTICK TO 'APPEAR. plaintiff peeks"jrvorr ardf.r Ae Clerk of sid Court 7-2.1-1 o.r' cause, wherein *1st. fl..rk.. Jiorlda
11:13PM :, more or I.... !.- '.TO braced under STATE OF FLORIDA t.>- Ruth County-Telerraph- pubileb seeks) I.P..b (OFFICIAL t
- No. 1 "due Starke : &lalntlff
local !
( uea.Wltneae REAL
,. .aid Certificate No. .*. Darr Campbell residence le172S Order In next four weekly a Telegraph r.d cIOrdWt Aa Clerk )
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Lanier North West my hand and officialseal II CIRC-flT COYR?. BRADFORDCOU next laid 'ourtIN 0
The ......m.nt of the said property : CHAN* : T'
under the saId certlflcata No. "' of Columbia at Stark, Florida, thfy July Starke Wa"hlnltoa. 'IRCLii
No. 191 Miami due '
( ) 24 'issued was 'ID the name of Lem required to appear on 27th. 142. A. J. Thomas Starke, Florida, this July COUNTY. ( OIRT "
10:38: PM Uoodwlne; and the .......m.nt of September 7th.. 142 In the above A. Clerk of said court. :John RJ flinTy Plaintiff "" Cleo VERY. FLORID" q

No. 108 (local: ) due Starke 9:28: certificate the saId prop.rty No. I' Issued und.r was the In saId the plaintiff named Court .and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein 'l-1 t 8-21 OFFICIAL SEAL) .. OF. PUBLICATION.. Case No. ANDNOTICE 20SJ As n"FI I'L said SEAL Court) A.J.": Thoma Dom.nlco Barn. la

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AM. name of Tom McBrlde.Unleea County shall publish this I. riRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD TO APPBAR8TATB Cleo a-li'-V: ,0.z "'--Sn'Sj

Nortbboond said certificate shall be Order T.I..r'fb= weekly issues. COf NT". FLOHIUAI IN C11AFfVERY. OF FLORIDA to: ix ciRcrrr COURT, BRADFORD ORDER op 3107. ',.
redeemed. according 10 law. the t n and official Henry whose residence la un COUNTY. PI.OH.IUAl IN CHAN ,
4't No. 2 (local) due Starke 5:43: : property described therein will be seal at Florida. this AuguSt Katherine Anderson Daly Plaintiff known. VERY STAT NOTICE' To LXTIO:

sold to the hta-heet bidder at the 3rd.. 141.OITF1OIAL vs. Jamea Daly, Defendant. To>u are required to appear on Edward W. Hodges Plaintiff vs.Franeee 01.
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AM.No. courthouie door on the first Mon. ( BEAD A. J. Thoma Case No. Michal, September 7th., 142, In the abovenamed F. Hodges, Defendant. Case #ZtSFtl.' fsEtedene
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192 (through) due Starke day In the month of September A. Clerk of said Court 1-2 ORDER OF PITBL1OATION ANDNOTICE Court and eaue. wherein No. 2080OHD.EK try 01 Italy.n.'IIO < .
Bradford
iiI 6:28 AM. 1(42. which I le the 7tb day of Sep TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks OF PUBLICATION AND You alt"
this are
tember. 142. IN CIRCUIT COl'RT BRADFORD STATE OF FLORIDA toi :James County TelegraPh shall publish NOTICE TO APPEAR September. required 10

l No. 108 (through) due Starke Dated mil tb.. day of Auf-unt COUNT FLOHIUAI IN CHAN- Michael Daly, clo Mr... Nellie Daly. Order in next 'ndw'J'official ImfuesiWitneee STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frances. named Court 1t h.. Jf In I"

6:43: PM. CKHV.Leonard. 199 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn. N. 2. my F. Hodee., whoa residence I. Un
OFFICIAL .. seeks eauJ a
( SEAL) A. Gray Plaintiff / You are required to appear on seal at Starke Jo'lorI4. July known. I. plaln"f .
No. 44 (through) due Starke Clerk of Circuit ourtol'B:3 : Dolly Wood Gray Del.ndant Cave ,' September 7th., 142 In the above 21st. 1HZ You are required to appear on Order Tlielrapb ahan !

3:28 PM. County. Florida. '.'l 4t 2.23 No.' 2108ORDKJl I named Court and ..u... wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J.: Thomas September 7th., 142 in the above Witness 'PUI
OF POB1JCATION AND plaintiff aeeka divorce and Custody Aa.Clerk of said Court 7-24 I 1-1 named Court and cauae wherein seal at my h.nd .
i* Rewrvatlon train TO APPEAR Ntarke
NOTJCI of Minor Child. Bradford County divorce. .
plaintiff
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.JOt CIRCUIT CO V ItT. BRADFORD FLORIDA DollyWooda tradtor 1142. Florida _
to: ""II
this OrderIn .
BeU Telegraph publish Telegraph shall
Starki and County
COUMTV. PLOHIOAI IN CHAN-: le .hal NOTICI of
Cray whose resIdence Unknown said .ou.I
leauea.Vitneea Order In next four weekly Issues.Wltneis .
No. 101 leave Starke 7 AM. CKRVRfthemloa next ) TO WHOM : ,-U -U
p \ band and official will the in, hand and officialseal .
John C. on
D. Dldouala. Plaintiff my That
:w No: 102 arrive Stark 1:50: You are required to appear en Seal at Stark., Florida. this July Hal at Stark Florida this tOFllC
v.. Violet M. Dldouala. Dtjfondanu. September .. in the above 1th' day: of 142. apply July IN CII""I' ('Ot
Jl 28th.. 142. A. J. ThomaaA RT.
Bradford
uf
Case No. 2049.LRDEIt County Judge
PM. name Court cu.e. wherein Clerk of aald Court. n oVpICIAL, SEAL) A., J. FLR'D",111
OF PUBLICATIONt ANDNOTICE ...k. .. Bradford County. Florida for permission to Thom. VERY. .
Dally except Sunday TO APPEAR. plintf. ... shall publieb thla 7-11418-21 OFFICIAL SEAL) sell at private sale the interest ofMava.delle i Aa.Clerk of ale Court .- Raymond: 3

STATE OF FLORIDA to: VlojetM Order In, next four weekly: iaauea. MaxIne Hall and OloVlaAlone H.nrletta ..Shlldt. Pll
CHUBCH DIBKOTOBY OP Dfdouaia, whose residence laZl Wltnei my band and official I* CIRCUIT COtrRT BRADFORD Hall minors In and to th. IN CIRCUIT COtR... BRADFORD dant, Case No. 2101.

U Mlllburn A".., Maplewood. N.. seat at 8tarke Florida. this July COUNTY. rLORIUAl. IN CHAN lolowlal property: Lots 26 21. 27. COUNTY IN CHAN ORDER. OF
SERVICESrmrr .1. 1(42. A. J. Thomas VERY 40 of Block 3, InJohn ClaY NflIcE Il'ILrCATOI
2. 1. 3. a.
BAPTUTTBUT. You are required to appear 011September it"'I. of said court.: :Julian M. Morrlaon, Plaintiff ve. c. Hall ., Plaintiff, vs. John STATE Io'

3 A. B. LI. tf_.. P...er 7th.. 142 In the'above *. OFFICIAL. SEAL) Gladys Morrlaon, Defendant. CaaeNo. 7-24 4t ..1 Guardian.IM Alfred J1IJe. D.r.naaot Case Oalt. FI.RIA I
N. Walsvstt atres< named Court and cause, wherein 1.1 1-2 2083.OKDKK. No. 2ff8t I. ? Tth ,"
*. Church School .::4t A. M. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford: IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOI.MTV OF PUBLICATION AND CIRCUIT COfRT. BRADFORD ORDEMJ PUBLICATION AND ph'a.' Pennsylvania Sl'

Morning: Worship 11:00: A. M.M. County Telegraph shall publieb this ; FLORIDA I.M CHAFfcEsY. NOTICE TO APPEAR ('OUlliTY. FLOHIDAl CHAN- TO APPEAR You are requIred
T. (I. 7Oo: P. M. Order In next tour weekly InatMm.Wltnean OP FLORIDA to: Gladys VERY STAT OF FLORIDA to: :John September 71h. to ip
,_ KvenlnsWorship: 1:00: P. )J. my hand and"Official' Kmll'y1 Fender Plaintiff ".. 'Wll- STATJ whoa residence la IIdel.U.or..la. MorriS Chaltln. vs. Anna Alfred *. w- o.* residence Is named 11 In I I

( Wednesday Worship ':00 P. M.PIH seal at $: Btarke Florida, thin Au- lam D. pender Defendant. Case Rock. Chaltln Plaintf. Case No. Unkuowl Plaintiff seeks cUt..
Rust 4th., 1942.OFP'ICIAL 1104. You are required to appear on required to appear on County Telegraph
( HEAL) A. J. Thomas OF PUBLICATION ANDlOJ..E September 7th.. In the above AND September 7th.. 142. In the above four ahat:. 1
ORDER OF
i .T MKTTIOIMSPR Aa Clerk of said Court. 8-7 4t -2t OflCn TO APPEAR named Court .. UI. .". wherein PUBLCATION, named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff or'rtJ.n I
.., ... htrid
U. C. *' r* r seeks divorce and oa
FLORIDA to: William plaintiff aeeka divorce. Bradford 11 t Starku
r..tor
STTmE .
>2*> n. Ckarvk .f ret FLORIDA : Anna Piorld
ation of Maiden Name.
4h. D. Pender. whose residence laMount. County shall publish this 37th.. .
Church Cehool 10.00 If.Sunday NOTICE OF HALK OP SCHOOL Telegraph residence I I. 11. lil
A.
: whose
Virginia.Yotiare Order next iNsuea.Wltnena County Telegraph shall publish I A. C'.. .Id) A I
tlsE Worship 11:00 A. K.E".n" BONUM required to appear on my 'hUndweJY official 251 Went 98th Street. New York. this Order In next four weekly Is 7-81
: hereby that The (
14ri1 People 1-00: P. M. Jle"ofl. given 1-2 OFFICIAL],
'? Worship 1:00: P. M. n Public Inatrucflon' of --

Wednesday Wor.hlp ':00 P. ... Hradford County. Florida will receive i NOTICE
bide at the office of the I OF ELECTION 1

? Superintendent' of Public Instruction -
CT. MARK' KPISCOPAL of said County, In the Courthouse -
"z R.'. Kresl Yerkesh Heeler of Bradford County locatedIn

" MM N. c...... IIf.... the City of Htarke, Florida, until wERRrA. The tnrJslature of 1841. fo o IDd..btn.Issued 'o road -listing provision ot the Cltctlo to. enalO and "1lto o th* territory embracsi u
Church School 10:00: A. M. I 4:00: o'clock In the afternoon on tinder the Conimutlon of 1885. of the county or r.laCOI to Amendments blr. game. aid Election Precincts tht
?''ri Sunday Worship 11:00 A.M. the 7th day of September l943 State 0 Florida did pass 0 Joint :road and b r'P district or aa an addition methodAmendment and water flab of the Sl at t 82 tncluslTc and 28 nant
%c Sunday Hvenlnsr 7.30: P. M. for the purchaae o f Thirty-five "IU'IO proposing amod..nc t other .pel taxing out Florida and tbs acquisition such parti t 3 l
Friday Evening 7:80 P. M. Thousand Dollar. (I36.00O principal o the Stl "o. ." .Iu 1st. 1131. or any refunding Approved b, the Governor. May 5.194p11.d m..nt control, and .a.l.m.o. ut dada numb-red o le
1! Holy Day 10.00 A. M.PRRSBYTERIAN. amount of School Hondn of ida and the _r &.59 le Said Load b.tcbel. .. rr. east of the 5 Bbort
Hoerlal, Tax School lUntrlct' No. S a YI o tnt of C. me. hill hav statutory powers o rle la oRbs Secty o Stat. May 5. ..tloO and a oUe property we.t1 o Bi
...RII... of Bradford d auth- .eb' bouse Board OuII Cmmllone. lMI.A o. used for wobp Bay.Another
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w1 PI.v. Ck*.. U. "I.... Pester cirlxed' at an :: :r'nF; held ,In Maid vote on said Joint Resolutions ... Bond T. D otbe by the Stt o Florida, ,bal Districts o t. asid Cornow

, S4J ? .r1t> Ckerrr CI.xi.t School Dlntrlct on the leth day of entered upon their respective Journals.with special and bridge JOINT RBLUTOl Plal .t b"a Cmm.lo to which .bal eomp'l the M
Church Srhool 10.OO A. M.Hunday June 1942. The aald bonda are the ..and nays thereon and district, and other special taxlnk districts an Aeadm.o 1 Atol. 0 .te Water 1041. embraced. in lt diy s!
Worship 11-00 A. M. In the denomination of I&OO each tbe did determine and direct that wltb regar* to ibid tb. Foida by adal Plan Suel Commission trtct No 2 Comml.
Senior Crusades 1:00: P. M. are dated April I. 1142 are negotiable tb. said Joint Reeoluclons b* bod. (except that the power to .levy thereto an adl toOa shall consist of m.mber one the .d.rlbe 1
'tk4 Intermediate Youth 6-00 P. M.E".olna coupon bonds' In form, payableto unitIeS to the O"1 of the wb taxe la expressly I withheld ting the L.I.1 vest the Power from cacti dlr asexisting 0 MI..I L. CI
Wor.hIp7O P. M. bearer, are re-terable an to theaenerai Hecttaa In November rr saId board) and shall tak over of m.111 BlulaloD R oo January 1. 1041. m"too.seq_ .except a l
ir principal only, bear Interest at the 1043 .1 pp domlt and records ltol 1 the b* appointed by the Governor subjectto In the ths terrltor/
rate of three percent (Z%) and and Water Product the The aforesaid 10Io Pn
I perannum W."r
NOW. TRKRKPORB L R. A lb .m. Ioa P Bit eoDlmto"by Soat. numbered 24
and 23.
II.T. EDWARD C-ATHOLIO
payable neml-annually I on ORY shall have power from ext
H.... T..... J. ........,. PasterTea the first days of April And OctoberIn Secretary o State O the o time to Issue refunding bonds tL' 1 BB IT ?0 0.11 LEGISLATURE .le.m..mb e their member aOlu.I l"tlol Precinct number a
& 1
k441 *>l* A..e... each nw.'jltx.. arepayable Florida do h.b. 1 notice thai lure within the said fifty ISO rear OP T : man of tl>o .Cba. Bay. o the _&r short 0 B)
Early )Mas '::00 A. M. :,"rou OKNERAl 8XKCTIONrtn TB STAT Collo
both ndlpaland for any of said outstanding That the Constitution 2. of
: the Com
'? DIvlH* Ss rl>e* Interest In any coin or 'currencyof be held In each county to Florida r : Interest thereon und to se of the 8UD of Florida b T nn January. Tb County OommMnm
on
;'w Sunday Manx ':00 A. M.\ the United States of America on Tuesday next the first o by a ple'. of kltelp.t amended by adding thereto addi .1. 1043 and! ebsJl plat hall b* elected la Did-
Week Day Man 1:00: A. M. which. of seoelnt a t general election
on the respective date Monday In the fr Section to b* known for one. two. three four and five in 1MJ
No..mb. A D II tloa tIcs ; t
payment la leiral tender for fuel b distributed .Itlo the
the aid T .Inl to toebcounty said Article 18. yeara. At the expiration of each ro tern of
1 $ 0 Mr. ... .... J. T. l&ley ._....* debt*, mature on April 1 In at a greater rat of .than said rule and trl lecr a aa b ap and theIr terms ot .uui
: flanday Service : M. year and amount aa follow1944 -: for t. rCnr.tO or rejection of the bod now bear: and to ... Mil o conservation rrl.tl. rl.ttol 1 S an. to. tm o be affected by this amtnamem
P''K to 1963. Inclusive __ 91500: aid proposlnsamendments on of any county or o a. w.t en tb..N.t..r. there
Friday Service 7:10 flutl bhal salt water l or com 3. Th the Commission .h.1 b In at
b
and 1966 _...____ 2000 the State of Florida. r.OttuU o unit 'bonds the Issued bv purpose such of county retiringsaid or mission. b pOucc t. am. hereby: ball rel.memb O for their puuae I. Dltct...blbbe.b..
l. CIRCIIIT COURT BRADII'ORD The said School agreed to. and submitted to service a* such but each Commissioner .
Bonds
will be sold A JOINT RESOLUTION special road and bridge :
Proposlns.sn CUltr *bo
dllle. the elector of the Stat Co"mllonP
0 of Florida
R. '' Addition Stark.
Dowllng shsll
to the highest bidder. and will not Amendment to ArtIcle five of the other special taxing for ratification receIve his necessary traveling bt
i Florida.OOUNTY. be Hold In fractional or rejection at the or other expense incurred whileengaged I nated .ba
gasoline other and
parti. The Oonxtttiitlon of Florid by Addlni or fuel tax anticipationoertlfIcate elected from
PLOHIOAl 'N CHaFf said bonds will General Election to b* beld on the In the discharge of hi Of Large e
be delivered *
aa Thereto Vddltlonal flection Relat- hearing interest at not first Every COt, Comm
Tuesday after lbs first
VERY noon after the sale thereof aa they lag to t"Election of Circuit Judges more Iba three (3) per cent per annum In 1043. Monday tidal duties but such ball not exceed Dad County shall e''I
follows
4j L Ola rnei Rosier l Bonafllla. Plain a* b
may be prepared and denominations No.m.r" the sum la one th.
for
de- and maturing 8.0 any general election 10
tiff. Lawrence Uonafllla, rI'r.1; B> BY Tb Legislature o mil i
v* Joseph livery. The said not be r RJLVJ T LEIS.LT. at such time within the fifty 3 may year. after bold office
for
)q Defendant. C.... No. Z093.ORDKK vest In Board Communion.now Mal a M
old unless duly validated by Derree T SAT FRIA. (SO) year period as the Board may o 4. Among tht powers granted to the four poven.
It OK PUBLICATION AND of the Circuit Court In and Ti Arlcl. I o determine. In addition exercising created or that may be created Commission by this Section shall be compensation. T. men dUI
i NOTICE TO APPEAR: for Bradford County. State of Flor te ltt Pod b* amended b the now 1 by statute by tt authority t make and establish) the power t fix I.. limit and to fix m.loDP shall be from
: HTATK: OK FLORIDA to: Law, p.en pr.lde and without regard Hi
Ida. The said .elo. open and
Board reserves the th.1 Scio for' funds. nl.tloD on a statewide b .
la
te elO.U.
renoe Joeeph Bonafllla whoa resiIFJ. l ldence as Section *8 o application relating .
.
right to reject any and all bids t lao O said use fund 1 It Approved
In (leorgla.I to the Election Ba m Inking the conservation of salt Ilooa o loa m ,
BalnbTldste for the bonds If It deems It for Alol. relating Cir .. bonds of water flab find.t and regulate J04I. t. O"nl" .
You are required to appear onAuicuiit the beat Interest of said School ol' Judges be. and the same t b.b lo.le and a eoue, and salt w.t prouc. the apprprat. of taking la
:ts.It: 24th. 1842 In tho above and be o.pra brldl. rue office Sect} Stile
District ao to "0. 1 eal hereunder. t. a".rno. .un. 12.Plied transporting and using sis. D
. 3' I named Court and cause. wherein. Thin August Xrd. 1(43. of Stat o Floridafor ob.r uni 1 pureb t.m.t..r lMJ. game fur .tli fresh bir. .
*4 plaintiff seeks divorce and Annulment H.oJ.. SPARKS ratIfication o rJ.etlo at the ; 'o m'1 other' pic. In oi Secretary o State, flab and.Iml.amphibian I w''r* _

4' of Marriage. Hradford County Chairman of The Board of General DictIon 1 on the other road and bridge district .u. 12 C mr shall also have the power an A .OI. RLtOI Prop
;:. Telegraph shall publish thin Order Public Inntructlon of Brad. first Tuesday the first Monday .pl.1 to by 4/
af or
I&L in next four weekly: leauee. ford County. State of Florida. In "o"embe. II .follows: otbe. that t.IDI district said matured thereof A JOINT RL1OI Proposing purh. 11 all" property I X of the Constitution of POI o

I Witness my hand and official W. (oJ. M1UDLBTON -SeotIo 46. Khan pr"lde Section 3. for .f:: latlng t Homestead sod
thereof aa invest I a.odm.o la the
.. Cl .dp bod.te an U"u
I al at Hlarke Florida this July Permit ,
,
Wang ins
; .. .
t' County Superintendent nf hereafter be .1 I.o' be the price paid thereto. Constitution of the State of beod. e a L.
82nd. from
,14. Public Instruction and elector their respective Judicial which shall Florida Relative Census and Ap 8. Commission Incm. an aura muan
ex- not exceed the vain t -
1Th4 I A. Clerk A.of :J.said Tbnma Court.*. officio Secretary of s a I d circuits o other State and County plus accrued Interest and : said portionment. by .AmeadlDI Setlo 3. fix tb T. of. and at.n apit.r.I D.1 any P.nn the Hud a i be H

if$ P Knlarht &" Knlcht. Btarkr, Pit I. H. V.Board.KNK2HT officials Th are elected. rat Investment .b.1 "a Int..ro the of Broward said Article, 1 a. 1 Denat and move,such a suitable person- .Dlrot. ''SubJ.I Po"ld.d Tml 1 tte.
first election of Circuit Judrea annum.to C..ot .
rz 7-24 Attys.4t for-Jrr.OP'FICIAlA SEAL) Attorney for the Board 8-7 2t S-14 hall beld at the General m.ctlo ).O T. said Board ct. p annually t. and delt Calhoun county powers and Drtr .b.1: b* p-eserlbed the not of more t.D.2S.u ibis U.

In 1 take orl. on f"I use lu. In .o/h county jui- : Out QOt .a Senatorial Dis by the Commission pursuance of Curt. I..tlli ". ._
duties Under this fVMttlnn P"lde '
Tuesdav th tlcl lt Rush
k i.i fot'RT. aft fn' Monday DOt li. t pa* any e IrjrrJ
CIRCI'IT
4 BRADFORD piDol' TT Ain.-l
NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR COHMTV, January. 111. for a of all years. 1. RRSOLVKD BT T LEGIS Dlrl e.l..ubie to the Implied Contract to
TAX ItKKIl (1Ry FLORintl IN- CHAN The all .ue offices .thee ad gasoline or other fuel tu LATURE OP TO* 8T4T 7RA: te fix Adoption of this Amendment" :
shall several the of anticipation certificates That the .alal. of. and,. at pleasure remove.
4. at. Bill rv. 18:1): MIIIIH flash time of such county ", 1 Further Provldlni tti
t NOTICE It!* 1IRKKKY Ill Vith I. Dash Defendant.Plaintiff ".. America adoption of this Amendment shall be or special road and bridge dis Section 3 01 Article 7 of the ...tnt and other employees who In Cases of l.mpll.! ) '
? That Mr*. Jeannittte 1-). Klnraldholder OHDElt OF Cane No. 2074 and they are hereby extended 1 terminate trict, or other special taxing .ttutlOI or the Stat o Florid*, rela such powers and duties as Twenty-five Dollars per Peel
t of Tax Certificate No./ J\88. NOTICE PUBUICATIOV TO :- AND on the first Tuesday at the district thereof; .n...to "-_b. I. 1 Census and. .pprllm. may be*assigned! to them_ by the Cornmladlop M NecessitIes/ of Life I
liiaued the 2nd day of July A. L). STATE OF FLORIDA APPBAll first Monday In January lish a sinking an. to meet d.lln.tol Srwad Cuot or tile Director. No Commissioner .I oy the .
184.' has filed cam In my office T>ah. whose to: America Approved by Uw Governor. June 13. future r..m.ot saId bonds and thlr-alo\ District. shall b eligible for any such uoe LCI.tl.BI Ut
and has residence I. Path IMI. gasoline and Gulf apnlltm'D' employment. r
3 mad. application for a Fork. Kentucky."ou othe tax anticipation ad Caho..o Count County .
r tax deed to be issued thereon. Raid Plied In omo BUts. certificate* where It the an .th > De. fund resulting f the OP T STATZOPPUMIThat
certificate embrace the following are required to appear on June IX o 8.t o ticipated Income for .pp or and the same Is hereby operation of the Commission from the amendment to!
described property In: the County: of September named Court 7th., 1942 In the above lMI will not equal scheduled I and shall b submitted t t.a 1. tb* administration of the .and O 1. Article X of the Onniduof
and II.t
eauae. wherein thereon : of the of Florida regulations pertaining to : Florida authorlilm toe em
Bradford Wat of Florida to-wlt I seeks A RLUOf Proposlnijan : and third any remaining; fo game.
Lot 4 of Klk Livingston.Truby County plaintiff divorce. Bradford .I. IX of the ance out of the proceeds of said two o rejection at the G.a Ejection fur bearing animal fresh water flsn. of any wanes asJir or J
Telea-raph
: Co'* Sub DII'; of NK" ofNKV4 Order |in neat four shall publish thla Constitution of the SlatS of Florida (2o esnts of said tue shall held o the after 1 rptU.and amphibians ttb.with :* any person who ti the i

o \ $.._' *8 Twp. I H. It. 82 K. Wltneaa. my hand weekly and laiiuea, Relating to Taxation and Finance, by during the Tear b* rlta_moot.141 first Mod t November.1' 1013. any oth.funds)' ,. as provided t..ln. '1
The assessment of the HnlU property seal at Sta.k.. official Adding Thereto an Additional Section board lolo.: %) neT folo for pp. shall constitute the tent of 15.th.r" bti
under the said certificate issued Florlda thu Au- Board of Administration cent to Road Section State and shall b Is and o.U
rust 3rd.. 1943.OFFICIAL. Creating S St.t Department for S. Th* Legislature thst hall u. .b.m
wa. In the name of Metta' ( SEAL: ; the construction or meet in session A. D. 10ZS and by the Commission it shall 1 .I"t of Io 8
) A..r.
Thomas \\rn.I' rlt"e"o o rrla fit In the .. of
Hammett. A. Clerk of said Court. Duties, and $he IIJ1 Stat and trios .meet *v ry ten yean carrying out the p"llD Gp..rfl
Unless iiald certificate shall be 8-7 4t 8-2H Proceeds of Two Cents per Dol. 'o the leas* or purchase thereafter,. ball apportion the'representation hereof and for no ohr tie for their tppranljectton o
fee
redeemed according to law the the Gasoline or Other Motor Fuel o connecting State highways the Senate and shall Comll.O, may obligate itself. ;' that.I t say tb.1or

property: described therein will be IN: TRill CIRCI'IT COURT OF.THR for (II the Payment and Retirementof within the County and twenty (30%) provide for, (40) Senatorial Dis- "eood current resource of the : b.m.od'b C
sold to the highest bidder at the KKJIITII JMMCIAl' CIRClIlV' OF All Outstanding Bond Issued By per cent to th. Board of County Commissioners tricts, such Districts to b* r* nearly Game Pod unless specifIcally th.r..1 the ltO:

courthouse dour on the flrvt Monday TIlE MTATM OK ....ORO", IN" Any County or Special Road and of .such county to use on equal in a* practicable. e authorised te Legislature. Section 1-A. Tat *
In the month of September. AND FOR IIHAUPOHU COUNTY Bridge District Prior to First Day of road and brldrea therein. but no ppl.tlo be divided 'In 1. T. Llaturj may enact an* wages and Income SOY I
114*. which U the 7th day of Hep.tember. IN" IIAllitKRY: July. A. D 1031. for Road and DrldaPurpOSes. (d). Said S shall have the making such apportionment and lawa not rneonolatent whatsoever due and owlnf. .

14S. OBKYPlaintiff and for 12 Publio. Hlcnway power to enforce all rulea each District shall have on* Senator: wltb. the "llon" of.thla' amendment com due and owing to tot Pj
bated thl* 8th day of August Pr_. and regulation neeeeaary to the full provided that Plo and all e.l.tlol laws Inconsist who la the bead of a farallf 0
142.OFFICIAL.. V" BILL FOR DIVORCE RESOLVED BY THE UtOIS- exercise of the poweR hereby granted ida, shall :t"a.C Tnlrty-nmtn ent herewith .hal, no longer' remain In this State .hal be the nWrarnlabment >
( SEAL) A.-J. Thomas MARILYN POWELL; UeSUK. I OP TH. STATE OF FLORIDA: and no 1 legtalatton shall b* required to (30tn> and Cal In force and All laws fixing eoiirw ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad Defendant LT.. following amendment render this amendment of full force I houn B.tral'. Dsict.Gulf Count .n.lt.for the .lol.tlof' the State ma? be provided b JJ
ford) County. Florida. 8-7 4t -21IV ''sT <>ltl>KK OF PUBLICATION Arfcl le IX nf the ConStItution of t and on rtfn0' *ff.*-tJanuary .- from- and ._ lP1i\rlrt. -: :hut .., '* l.,.* *k M--- i this .i .ll "I. the extent. of not more l.
IW 5t.flhltflA- State of Florida-relatlna -to Taxation 1st. 1043 The Legislature tl.t (40)Senatori.i-District: 'od v imposing Irprt..h i b* enacted such salary. wage and _.
:, CIRCUIT ('0 t:HT. URADFOnnrol' TO MARILYN "pOWKLLPeSUF!: and Finance by thereto sn ad shall continue the levies of said taxes lame time the Legislature ; by lrmm.. the payment of nv obll-nthmii n
'>'r". FI.UHIUAI IN ('MAN It le hereby ordered that the section adlol known during the life of this Am"odm.o& "11 apportion the representation. In t tlm. by e.pr. or Implied wo""!'
('ERY.Rudolph. Defendant Marilyn Powell DeSue dltloDa of said Article IX ..B. and shall not enact any Bouse of Representatives. and "npr.e ** the Oo rno'. Ma, 8. sequent to the adoptionitmeodment 0
Kandall. Plaintiff v*. be and you are hereby required to Stat Board of Administration: prescribing th* effect of withdrawing the proceeds shall allow three (3) 10 oro-ldfd. ho*"'
Florence HunJall. Defendant. Case appear on Monday, the 7th day of Its and and of said two fbi cents of said taxes to each of the five Bnt.tl. '. 1 OffIce let of ltt. M the Lwrlsltiirehsll' .not erw
:, 'No. 2103.* HeptembeC, A. 1>. 1842 before the providing pw.n of dutl. from the oneratlon of this amend counties and two (3) Renresen-atlve populous, 3. IV41 right of pumlfhment ."">
ORUKK OF PlinMCATION AND above entitled Court tu the bill of of two ro. the pr gasoline ment Th* Board shall pay refunding to each of the next eighteen. more vided where the tnlarv P1

NOTICH TtJ APl'KAK complaint filed agaInst you In the or other fuel otC for (1) thepayment .pn. and other expenses for serv. populous eountl. and one Representative A JOINT i per week extent to nere-mw *i
RESOLUTION *
.j <1 BTATK OK FLORIDA to: Florenre above entitled rauae. wherein the and: of all outstanding Ie. r..nd.d specifically for. or which to the coun .n Pplnl .. rosy from time t thai be Mby
Uandall whoM residence I. Plaintiff Obey ..... are properly chargeable remaining Amendment to
DeMuu .k. to ob Issued by any count to. the accountof ties of the State at time of such Constitution Arlel. VT the Legislature.
Unknown. tain a divorce from )you' the bod. soy county from distributed Apportionment of the SUt. Florid bv the "tOr.1
upon Should Approved
the
or and bridge district fund Relating (
are reulre to on arrttiimla, of deaertlon. .pl.1 such moot fall LI..I.tur t County Municipal
appear 1 : but to apportion
S.I.o: the
prior Day of July. A. D
7th., 1942 In the above It IM rln "P'D' .p..nt.tlon II 19Wle
further the Board for Oo"emm.nt.
ordered that thin 1931 for bridge purposes serf tone all the eenat and in th* Rouse of Rep- In office Secty o SUI
named Court and vatee? whrreln order tie published once a week for and for (21 publlo highway purposes.Is the counties alike .hol be prorat 1 r '..n.t." at any of B.B-T 1 A C BT THIS LFOI3* 11. 1041.
plaintiff Neeka four
divorce. llradfnrdi'ounty rll.r .alo
connei'utive Weeks In the Among them nnd out of sail the r.ATK FLORIDA:
and shall be submitted Lr'"latur at .. T STAT -
Telegraph shall publish thla Bradford County Telegraph a hereby .R.e t funds on the same basis said tax proceeds ..' It 1m. i5r. Ar RiMOLCTIO1* rW
to of the rolowlnl
of the
Order In next four weekly iNHiieH.. I newspaper of tunerul circulation te SI.t are dlatrlblt" among the seversl of the deAI..td. .h.1 b tide Vin t A :JOIN
Florida for or tb. '
Witness my huml and offk-liil publlnhed In the City of Clarke. th ratll..Uoa o.J..etlon at report nf Writing such LII.Jat..r.* "e. -V* .r* Florida Con.tl..tlon; County( the of 8 t'S0lVltlcl
neal at Klarka, "Florida this July Brndfonl County Florida. in.I 194-t nest follows etloD t be held i .ald expen.eshull be mad. to Pitch '.. rel.SnecUl. the Munlrlnal r.l.tlnl t to b* XVI of the ( o"utUtOD "lsl.tur.
as : Regu O..emm.nt.
27th. 1912. A. J. Thomas WITNESS the or Relating TM-tion J
numbered Ida.
Honorable A. Z. R"lh. Session of the Legislature lar Article t
to
"Section CerMi"
18 II> apportion the
An Clerk uf laid rourt. Adkltm aa Judire of this Court. Ta beginning may limit the sentation repre b* and. the ssmIs hereby of with kpitl.
January lit. th. L.I.tur. expenses In the Senate V. CrporRtona.
1043. fifty ((501 and In the
7-31 4t S-21 OFFICIAL. and aR.e
; ( SEAL) the neat of thin Court In the of Rnuse hall be submitted SI.nUII
of 1 to th tloO BIIIOW.
city of Stark... Bradford County ,e. the..rt..r. th* proceeds of two Anproved bv tbe Governor. 13. nrovlded R.pr..lt.tl. herein the State for ratification or I .."" Llt..n.'oB rwn
I.. OIHCI IT CO "'lor per gallon of the total tex 1. regular Fed '
.
HT. Hlt'IFOHn Ida. this the 3rd day of Au. e..nt 1041. eral rejection' at the next Chsrltnhle piirent'5 V i
A. J. p..trol"m LATURE OF TUB 8TAIOPr8.eUon
p.oue. 1041.
Rrher Pollock Plaint Iff Clerk of the Thoma now known 13 any apportionment of R-nresentatlvea. S..clon 1. The County Commis
.
Circuit S"oad
Court .tl. T. 1.
.
In and i 0
"It. William I )PoTluck Defendant. for Hradford County, Florida. and upon other .. used to the Senate and In the Rouse nf elected'on. "d. County who .hal be amendment to Section 'Ilr O i
('"... No. 1116 I (OFFICIAL SEAL) motor ...hlel. 'lhall collected be A JOIN RESOLUTION Poplnl RD..t.tl.. shall control In msk- shall at o'1 election 143 XVI of the. Con-tltutlon "
ORDKIt OF PDPLIOATION ,AND : Hy .I. II. Kelly Deputy Clerk. Placed monthly 'State Roads an 1 the .annortlonment. In the event the'r Immediately' a. the besnnrngJf of Florida tOproperty tan ,
ndl.Dlnt .
Distribution the of to Be known the efiail terms .. redl trlct r.'aUnl Ci!'
NOT1CK TJ APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA the State Treasury Stt. P"rld. .I"tlr fall veeonorPiomi of
I J '
8TATK OF "'LOnTl>A to: William' / and divided IDI three O> equal of Aicle EVIL Relating t the ro.nt.to tl Legr- Dd. Count Into five Cont Com exemptions rrpralon.' t.11nlclp.1
Pollock who. residence la Un COUNTY; OF BRADFORD'') parts which b. Am.odm.nuBI I.tu.... .mJ... amendment ".1..Inne. Districts to .. .tI'! I",.
known. I 1IK1IK11V CKRTIFY that the monthly among the dl.trlbute outl. r RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS ... wlth'n' thirty df. n th..* said "nmmtjMloner' from one eueatonal D..
You are required to appear on above and forea'oliit: IM a true a. follows: "er LATI op THE STAT FLORIDA: -.fter the srljoifrnrnent of the resnilaresslor Jo f. reeptxtlvel end d..1."t the Is hereby au" I
September 7lh., 1(4!. In the above of the orlrlnal Order of Publication copy One pert according to area one part & .. to ) call the 11'atr bnd.rl. of rush .ueman" same submitted to the.15til
named. Court and .auH'. wherein made In the said cause on file In according t population and One part b* known .Section 3 Article XVII in extraordinary .Ion t"e P. to Include within th* re. he of Plorlda for nUll,
plaintiff "..k. divorce. 'racltor" my office, thin the Jrd day of August ."rlnl t the Bounties' contribu of the present Constitution b* and he question of reannortfonr/ient and. so-ctlv n-trct. terrltor as follows- State the eit "
County Telegraph shall publish A. D., 142. .n of St.t road conttructk'n the same I. hereby to snail besubmItted men extraordinary session ef the L**> one. of. ti. CnmmiMlonera TJIerrjrt .Jptlon.. I .
this Order in next four weekly la* A. J. Thomas In ratio to the .t of the Stat I.I.tu. I* h..b. comprise the terrltor'ich too* .Wof ATticS_
aueiiWltnem Clerk. a* 0..141. In dlerlbutlo at the general election of respo"tion fh mandatl. .ulr.e was on th- lit n.. of A. the said 8ton J tl>' SUt
my hand and offlrlal OFFICIAL. SISAL) Porld.. At of C.ot. 15'1. L pur tives 1 b* tn* year Reeot. "ui" *>. thla amendment 1041. embraced within pnectlon Pr*- th* Cn.ttton .
eal at Ktarko. Florida this Au. By J. It. Kelly Deputy Clerk. of apportionment on _. b.le t A al'Pm.o, Vend men .rM. "i-ict* numt S4 to l4. Inclusive.nd Ids 1 -

a-ufit th.. 143.OKPHMAL 1-7 4t 82SOTICR th* entle contributions b"e the 2. If at regular n. ..-'n I called for reonorttonent ".. r.f. Flection _- follow! ; ronrtona
any or
( II" AL Itl1 pe "nets "Section T.
) A. J Thomas cost be limited nn the evrjtr
A* Clerk of aald Court.7 4t IUJOIOTICI' amount SI.t r cu.III. ea of session the Legislature. the end of twent dsnr t all. unfit at !.1* e". of the western shore of HIrT" .. ..

% OF KI.KCTIO-: lished b*o. rotlbullol .tb. bers 01 three-fourths to of .1 Iem.. rmrrnnrtlonme-it I* eff.e e 1. and shall B.*. s.I a> estsbllsh-d b a reso"Jtlon ror.t. whIch C5fl5i'.hal t
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:: OP APPLICATION I. N. I>. WalnwrlKht. erUI. el.t R. .
FOR of Jr.. Mayor: pursuant to 1M30 shall an considerht'.hteIs othertnan suchAnptovsd. o ti.> Connt* C..I.lo. .ht. o i Ir
TAX 1IKKI Htarke. Florida by virtue : t. emergency requiring 1 r> norld. *
of b "
the taken deemed an .n.l.m..nt 7lw"l< adonteit
conclusive In earl
41.eeete Hill N. authority vented In d..lo by the elector of the should no nsct wbob" .
me law
1113' by do
NOTICE IM HKKKBY OIVKN. hereby call an election to be held computing tributable the mothly..muot dis. State '..I andmet 1 this 'M' by the O"emo.June 7.Pileut ;iondemlcnmtd Resolution- -. HoAnother or h..ref.ln .

That )C. K. tlreen holder of Tax at the city: ball in the aforesaid enlttloo deln" .IU te sbjet th. saM Dtstrlct th.ll let t tloB. unl.
funds distributed In '
town lon. Suth so shall office used :
Certificate by the of
No. pro Stat J
28. liieued qualified m.tt anleast
the lh. voters on m o tr COmprise *
June the -
0 and _
b*
the Stat 1041
day of July 1I2& and Tax Certlft Tuesday, September 8, 1942 for b.dmln.t.P Board of and If the proposed Amendment "t. ol. day on-fourth '
the .
tot.
rate No. '9. Uxu'd the 4th. day of tlie "trUnD hereinafter agreed to b* a l.ro. vote lentlfl" mI".IPI,
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of vided. A *( .
AUKUHt A. D. 1924 hat filed purpose electing the follow all th* members each JOT RESOLUTION Proposing embraced In Oommlsioneni' *- "J t."
In name ing offlcerer (bl Th* Governor Chairman House the tarn shall b tf to Article restrict No 4 and Onm"il : *>"*
my office and nan made nppll- te entered upon Am..ndmlt nf the Provided Vae, ten
On. Mayor Btae I sionerVtHstrlrH ,
ration for at." deed to b. liutued Three Tar.and lb Stt Cmo Ih.1 respective Joumsl with the *.. .. o th* State Florida "F" Nn S a* ris-crth tn =" .t ad'e c"
thereon. Said certificate embrace Aldermen ton.r on.tt.. b. nays tnareon. Thereupon at RI.t. 1 th Executive "0. of the Minutes of thsCoun- .1
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the following described Inspectors of said election: R. A. to be "State sam ..Io the LegIslature Addln.t.e rm..n. I C"-ol"... O said County at. COflaHtu"Anproved OO tf P 0
property In F. A. Scott Board of "al p Hot Additional f. ., of lb.
J. Admlnutrstlon. vide )
the County o-f Bradford attate of and 'NjI.: : L Peek whlcS Board special and 0. I. by-lbS Of a
Florida' to-wlt: Rlteh. shall suereed 1 ill the power control not 1 less than .1.t 1 .than W.-i. .! .. rvtfm-*-Bnn. ,1""th" of the said Conmlssloners's .

NKV4 of NK'4 of 8WV4\ Hen. 1 subscribe In testimony whereof I hereunto and authority o the statutory Board one hU"dr eighty oars after ad- ". I F*. orpT> jr-r Tr*] M-nrsj. shall .. the tlt 1941.
Twp. 8 H. It. 21 (0:., Containing 10 my name and rauce the of AdmlDltrtlO. Said Board han Il for publication of C "T1 OF TWE STATS OP FLORID. 'keh was on th-first day Piled I. -H- stJun.
A"..... more or I..... I" ..mbracedcec eal nf the said town to be hereunto b.. to such cowers notice Ib.rf. at which elec .. folMwir Ice,. P.flbyp5 ln Cntnml I sloeTr' 15.P'ict .- U. 1041 ,-*
affixed thin the {th day of Au. ma be conferred noon It b* law tion Proposed Am .pla b* Article' TV of the Crmstltuttrm Amendment ft t No 1. M described In Rno r P' -"tea etat I W 5>' '
uat. A D. 3942. control and sunerttolo-i submItted the elector xtat of FlorMs .r the minutes of the County T.OTonosect ."'" *
ma..m..nt
I of th Stat to th .
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''to .V. P. -VVainwrl-rht Jr. o th.,M. of nald two ,2\ cents : for .DP".I or rejection| : .Ii.. rxnarti-enC adding thereto .1.101. of said' tVmnr at dol..t'"n' t
..... RI ATTEST Way0'Carl said all mnneve OlbP! that a general elertlen of 10.lde ..lo.. .ettnn tn b* n ", .!.an the tlt- w...t ...n.shall .f.,
,.. : Mete whir' on th* effective dr" o''ttl. .occur within sld period '_ 3"r .*>iif A"' r low. w e on the ft day An .Utir.ns' .I.c_> .
\. 70AVSr"tRk.666 City J.hn"Clerk.. this amendment are ..Ibl.o Amendment shill b* submitted si tame Fresh Water. Fish.."nl .mhqpj tn y-ctlon | .. *tdd b* law fnf t
OFFICIAL SEAL) become anollrablr to the to -nl slnn' b M Iv, W. FloridS i
I.t 6t1 ti .Irt at such elec sod the ssme le Inclusive as estak- the ot .11
several emintle of this State I tion.If. "De V bervb* b, the BionMl 8t.
"" or any .. and ''.1 .submit' 'ii !;;' Resolution,NoAnother o" "
nodal mad .
and bride .
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IV "I".T ('Ot RT. BRADFORD other '11.1 t dl.t.4'theteof anon maJt o the elector* vottn ">r lie s.ro of Florida nf the eM 9W.4.tess sh.H ..., .
( 1IDI .tl".tn or .. ;
.Ot'T.. FLOHIUtl Amendment shall at ts .
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IMAM n 1 let. liSt for mad adopt the nthe terHtnr wMcti was o" .a
William CKHV.Taylor s4 bride tninxiM. Etc .I *econ,* a Amendment Part of this tbe sam shall "nT.d...i t ti.h"'le Monday". ths. ... '** *** ** *t>rt. HM1. ..>nbniee<< &Tj.;js.v. .
Onurtttntion .
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CamPh.II need herein shall This rnmmHs-lr,, &
Itutb l>arr )Plal"tlf. "d. I Amendment shall not b* held 1042. .a oios,! Ts nabe NoL s
Bates and t f erlb*< tn Boo, "trrass-
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SUCCESSFUL FRONT Kathleen Norris Says :

IOIONAI.; oFnec OP wan IMPo", I

Women Fool Themselves/ Most
:::1 PARENTHOOD Folks who believe our dictator

.eh enemies operate don't with know smooth that the efficiency In Love Affairs/

Nazis are now afraid of a food Ball|| Syndicate.WNU Feature..

C T shortage on their home front.
ag
IF MBS. CATHnUNI COHBAD DWAJU Axis powers are having plenty
of trouble In their own buck yard.
JUMdate UUot. f eswta* ....,... None of the conquered peopleshas I

really been conquered. Naal

r ,b + s : 1)t ) TilE CARE OF TilE EYES ahort wave broadcasts demon.

strate that they are badgered and
Nature has gone to unusual an eye specialist who will prescribe harassed by continued resistance ;

lengths in protecting the eyes- exercises for strengthening the and now they fear a food short- ,
t d. N y tears for cleansing, eye lashes to weaker eye.Babies age. The has I
keep out foreign particles. the over. are born with farsightedeyes. Gestapo moved In t tI
hanging forehead to keep hard Their eyeballs are shorter on the German food front to nil-

knocks from reaching the delicate and flatter from front to back than and fighting continues In the

eye-but there is nothing to stand those of an adult As the child "conquered" Balkans. 'a I ;
between the eye and their greatest grows the eyeball rounds out untilit V. S. .'00<1 Prirra j

0 } enemy, misuse, except intelligent becomes virtually spherical in On our own food front, pricesnot ) .
'
l 3 ei r! e s tx care. Parents are alone responsible shape. Because of this immaturityof under OPA control have risen ) '
c1 i w a" for the misuse of a baby's the eye you do not give a small li ) \
at ply--lamb and
r roasting chick fe
eyes. They are also Indirectly re child toys or games which require r
sponsible for bad eye hygiene lateron I close vision any more than you con- ens are up 10 per cent, applesare c k
if they fail to teach their childrenthe front his Immature brain with now 50 per cent higher than

value of good eyesight and how problems beyond his years. One March prices for the fruit. Controlled

to preserve It. shudders to think of the little girls foods, like beef, vea' and ,
Never leave a baby lying In his who were once forced to do needle- pork have remained steady ,

carriage to look up into the light. work before their eyes were ready ence complaints from the people
Of course he will blink and use for it because "sewing a fine seam"was
other instinctive means for shutting a first step in feminine accom- We have no food nhoitage. The-

Fresh Vegetables Bring Health to Your TableSee out part of the brightness, but plishments.A few things that are hard totet/ I F

( Recipe Below.) you could spare him this wastefuluse careful checkup of the child's are scarce because we're sending -I' +
of energy by keeping the car eyes should be made before enter- them to folks who need them

gmmcr Salads nags hood over his eyes and the : Ing school and frequently: there- worse than we The dictatorsare \
THIS WEEK'S MENU carriage itself turned away from after until visual maturity is taking food away from those .. .
the sun. Even during the daily reached. (Remember that a child who need them more than t
.lh summertime meals Potato Salad sun bath shade his eyes. In the I can't tell you if he has a visual Price they.
rtect alliance bringing( Cold Sliced Corned Beef house, just because the baby is defect because he doesn't know KnforwnirntNo ecc "
pre- Tossed Garden Salad fascinated by a bright light do not what 100 per cent sight is) Not uniformed Gestapo Is controlling '

giving Bread and Batter Sandwiches let him face it. or for that matterlie all children's eyes are ready for Inflation over here. It's
vl- l"nd :' Chocolate Pie for long looking at a bright wall. reading at school age. The eye- the people who suffer from high
,Itlamins In decorating the nursery keep the ball may not only still be too im- living costa, and OPA nan democratically -
.L Beverage'Recipe baby's eyes in mind and choose a mature in shape, but the child may put enforcement .
C are Given soft pastel color for the walls. not have learned as yet to use his up to them.Effective Hquaiely
rented It takes the average baby three eyes in unison. Correct alignment

celery, .., 1 tablespoon green pepper months or longer to learn to focus Is as necessary for the eyes as it Immediately, custo-
rinnedosy chopped the eyes so a few cross-eyed Is for the wheels of an automobile.So mers may sue storekeepers who
cheeked tomatoes. glances needn't alarm you. How. if your child Is slow !in reading violate the regulations by over
Allspice cloves, nutmeg first oM were th. evenings. when Cerium world tome la Jisruii basks of
:
cucumbers and let- ever if after a few weeks either eye he may need special visual training charging them. Retailers who
ving Green pepper rings politic mlh my tniliJJ father( end ." .r"rd ut uould isle she kitchen'
fa
with a light or both eyes pull inward or out. rather than extra drill with words lose such suits will have to
s them up 1 cap tomato puree ward most of the time, better seeII and sentences. the customers three times pay the lor coffee end loait.By j .
d oil blended with seasonIng -
1
%. cops peas
out the hidden flavor- over-charge or 950:\ which Is KATHLEEN NORRIS r
1 hard-cooked egg, sliced
vegetables, and you have greater-plus costs and fees. WISHFUL DOERS I\
1 teaspoon chopped onion world is full of
per-
arm weather meat Salt HOUSE !Must Ilutn Scrap TilE I who fool them. You've heard of "u'isfiful I!
Garden Saladd Insiders are w 'rled over the
sued
Lettuce dressing [FASHIONPATRICIA thinking but did you know
disappointing flow mostly women.
of ;
drain dry favorite scrap metals
your
Fix gelatin with pea liquor. Add that there is inch m thing .s
such as lettuce, ro- to blast furnaces which can't operate They think they are deceiv-
ins- puree onion, salt, spices. Let cool wish/ul lining? That may not :
tercress or endive; a court and thicken. Add peas, chopped without scrap. Anyone who ing others, but their families be the name by which :
knows youknoru
two more be HOME of a scrap metal pile and
or may
green pepper. Mold and chilL Gar and friends see through themas She
into and does not act to see that It dangerous ulll.ome
or break pieces gots
nish with and let-
pepper rings, egg, of
ith portions of diced cel- tuce. Into production la helping our though they were panes people have of acting .s

nbor, green pepper, rad- Royal Meat Salad. er enemies. glass. though u/ial they with for

minced onion.. Chill thor- 2 caps diced, cooked meat DOW I tJ..I..14. Gold We all scold the small girl were' actually true. But you

hen place in a salad bowl; 1 cop diced celery One by one, metals and ma. who says glibly, "I didn't tell know what happen to the

French Dressing and bits I 1 cop fling cherries Authot at SUt.t M..,', Kltch.n terlals have been drafted for war. you I'd broken your vase be- father who iniiitt upon'trying

Toss lightly until, well S hard-cooked eggs Ironically enough, only gold and cause I hate to tell people bad to make a scientist of f m ton f
This type of salad Information we can silver at last remain .
may U.. cap chopped pecans The more worthies who is interfiled only in MU-
rved with just an oil and i I teaspoon salt acquire oa how to save, bow to buy for the Job which is our only Job news, Mother! Or, "I took tic; the mother who makes a
mbinatlon as a dressing and how to prepare nutritious today. the candy,away from Betty-
1 cop mayonnaiseSalad a,. meals for our families the easierwe plain-looking<<, but brilliant,
o French Dressing- greens f'I will win our kitchen war against Now silver Is going to replace Lou because I thought it might daughter miserable became I

(Hakes K cap) Combine meat with celery, pitted waste, against poor health and mal- scarce copper and scarcer tin In make her sick" the doetrft happen to 6. a j

spoon salt cherries, diced eggs, pecans and nutrition and against imprudent engine bearings solders, and electrical But there are lots of older self- beauty Them "withful/ dons,"
spoon sugar salt Chill thoroughly. Just before marketing. installations. For centuriesthe foolers to whom we can't address
upooa paprika serving, add mayonnaise and toss So let's consider the question of world's most treasured metal, reproof. For example, the pretty unlike mere "wiihful think'en
'
First of all it's essential to harm oth well ,
meats. ,,. at at
willie Pile salad and gold now stands alone the ,
pepper lightly. on greens as young wife who says that her husband
how much need
know
just met you
j
upoon dry mustardmild garnish with additional slices of to serve your family. It has been world's most useless war metal. really doesn't want to go with themselves by their refusal to L '

rp salad'oil. '7' bard-cooked eggs sad 0ing cherries. calculated that one-fourth poundof But we ,are not fighting for those men on a fishing trip, he'd accept reality.night J

1\1\ cider vinegar. Savory Corned Beef ,Loa meat should be allowed for each gold or for the traditional valuesIt much rather stay at home and

[lemon juice (Serve () serving of boneless cuts and ground repiesents We are fighting to take her to visit her mother. Or
and we always have a pl.afor
2 tablespoons getatlnM meat. Allow one-halt pound per preserve freedoms far the who tells that she
I first five Ingredients in a t more !Important woman you
with bone. I Sunday; we either take a plcnla
serving for cuts some
lend well. Add ''vinegar cap cold water to us all. would love to do her own work and
Allow one pound for each serving lunch somewhere or go to an afternoon -
shake; add oil and shake IK cups tomato juice I s f of partially dressed poultry. When help poor George with the house. movie and dinner downtown.Of .

oughly. Just before using, H teaspoon salt you buy sausage products such as TIIEKESSABy keeping bills, but that he really late he has been asking a mar.

m. Or simply mix ingre- 1 teaspoon grated onion Juice bologna and luncheon' meats two Mrs. H. D. May I wants her to take it easy and resta sled couple we like very much togo

:ether In a bowl and beatr 2 tablespoons lemon juice to three ounces are allowed for lot. Nobody but herself, of course, with us. The man Is his assistant;

until wen blended. 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce each serving. \Mr and Mrs. A L. Sullivanand is fooled. the woman I've known for years.

r meats and vegetables m. caps corned beef cut In small It's a good Idea to buy to roasts make brother, C. Sullivan and Mrs. Perhaps the field In which women They usually bring two small chil
and pot roasts big enough
J.f. deceive themselves most often Is
mtily in lettuce make pieces Percy Sullivan were business
cups two or" three meals. These meat dren.
ft 'i, tempting main *i cup chopped celery dishes are good sliced cold and are visitors In Jacksonville Tuesday. that of love affairs. When she loses "I want to be married" this letter -

s-jf dishes for lunch 3 hard-cooked: eggs, sliced I II easy to work up in made dishes. Arthur Hardee of Lake Duller her charm for the man she adores, ends "I want a home and chil

-; '.. or supper Have \i cap chopped pickle relish. (If 4 \ Other cuts of meat such as was visiting friend here Sunday. the beloved woman won't admit It dren. In these disturbed time. I
steaks and chops are more economical easily. She fights along for months,
y+ hot desired) Jimmie
a Zeigler of Jacksonville
potato
)
;; soup want to feel anchored; to do my bit
.+ and if bought in just the right perhaps for years, trying to persuade
cold water
in
Soften gelatin .
chips, thin bread amount for meal with no left- spent last week with his grandparents for America as a wife and mother.
one that
herself hat he still cares,
.A and butter sand.4wiches dissolve in hot tomato juice. Add I I overs. Mr and Mrs. J. J. Zelg- I am getting restless and nervous;
be will back that the old
come
and fresh salt, onion juice, lemon juice and I Learn how to use the less demanded ler. once again, only last night I faced
of the
glow and thrill and glamour
t. fruit to serve Worcestershire sauce. Stir well. cuts of meat. There are Mr. and Mrs. O. J Phillips of Carlton, asked him to end this de
will certain.
d. The next three salads Rinse loaf pan out with cold water. ;! shoulder or chuck cuts flank.breast Lawtey and Mrs. J. H. High- beginning of their love lay. He rays now that to get married .

ct t as a main course. Garnish bottom with slices of hard I neck shank and short ribs tower of Miami were visitingMrs. ly return. now would look like an attemptto
I Lend a Man Six:\ Years
of beet
Salad cooked egg and cover with a little of evade the draft he Is 33. Will
Summer Style. These same seldom-used cuts Hlghtower's mother, O. J. Frances Is such a woman.' She Is ;
(Serves 8) the gelatin liquid. Chill In refrigera are found in veal and pork and Phillips, Sunday. 29; she has loved one man for nearlysix you advise me as to the best way
ups cold veal, diced tor until set. Cool remaining liquid mutton and lamb. Frank Kelsey and Thomas years. Their affair seems to be of handling this situation? I have
until mixture begins to thicken and the limited budget the meat had another sweetheart and
up string beans er For Trlest were visiting friends In no nearer to marriage, as the yearsgo never
dery or bothrdcooked fold In corned beef, celery and flavor is extended:\ in casserole Jacksonville over the week-end. by, and her heart is sick with I am as deeply In love as ever."
Line sides of lout and meat loaves
dishes
pickle relish. pan filling soups
egg Mr and Mrs Dumpier and lit waiting. Here Is another cue of a girl fool-
and fill with meat by using vegetables or cereal products '
with sliced
; and pepper eggs until firm. Unmold i with the meat. tle son of Starke were guests of "Carlton came to our small town big herself, Frances knows la her

tblespoons salad oil mixture. Chill with watercress Meat loaves use chopped meat to Mrs. Da rapier's parents here Sun- six years ago" she writes, "He Is heart that any feeling Carlton ever
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tablespoons vinegar on platter and garnish I. splendid advantage and of course everything the heart of a woman had for her Is dead. If he comes

omiloesronnalu lettuce or desired greens. you know you can use combinations day.Mrs.. W. C. Loper and daughter could desire, tall, good-looking, to see her still, only on those ap
Serve with mayonnaise or any desired of meats in order to vary handsome and successful. pointed days, It Is partly habit ,
......"" Bertha, were guests of Mrs. amusing, '
lure and parsley dressing.To 11\\'II your flavor veal Thelma Loper of Starke Thursday There was not a girl in my circle partly consideration for her and
omit dessert and Here Is recipe for a jellied
a
save sugar, hilt/
go coarsely, combine with salad with / loaf that Is attractive and delicious of last week who didn't perk up and take an immediate partly because he doesn't know how
chilled
vinegar salt serve a pretty 8162 I interest when he came to get out of It. He would be s
and pepper. for summer meals. M. of Flora-
coffee and wafers 11,1 Mrs. P. Hagan
30 minutes. Add Jellied Veal Loaf. along, but it was only a matter of more honest man If he had cut the
mayon- \.I"1". ">' last home a few days visiting
course. spent
moisten. as a J8School weeks before he and I were awareof knot brutally and quickly once and
Arrange salad in 1ji One shank of veal 3 pounds .
'f' \ I You can Miss Ida Hagan .. .cenUy.Mr. .
and garnish \ prepare Frock breast of veal, 1 onion %' cup the deep sympathy and congeniality / for all about five years ago. And P
in the cola and Mrs. L. J. of
this Wynn
ed Green / 'leZ-Rlght up In the minced parsley 4 hard cooked eggs, Between us. It was 'Franc and she would be a happier woman If I
Pea Salad. morning hours Pattern No. salt and Hampton were dinner guests of she bad all this coming, and
favorite school fash- pepper. Carly' from the flrst-when anything seen I fi
(Serves S) .' and keep in thee top ranks this as a tailored button front The butcher should saw through Mr. and Mrs. It. O. May Thurs was planned. We were In theatricals i had stopped it before the twentieshad
I Is
Uespoon gelatin ,: refrigerator until Ion shirtwaist frock- It is a the bone of the shank in several day. together; we were always run their course, and time had .
"P cold water just ready to alers love for its brisk simplicity places. Cook in boiling water to Well well! Horse and buggy paired off on picnics and parties. landed her perilously near to the
with the meat.
onion
p pea Hquor serve. as becoming for chub- cover, cooking days are here again for awhile. shore of spinsterhood.She .
and it is Just When tender drain and chop meat Beet of all were the many evenings
Frozen Fruit Salad. by figures as It Is for slim ones I I finely.! Reduce stock to one cup by Some of our farm folks have gone when he would come to talk booksor might have saved herself these

(Serves 4)) Convertible collar and, shoulder nfeat cuffs yokes for boiling rapidly. Garnish bottom of back to them, we all may have politics with my Invalided father; years of waiting and watching and

Lynn Says: 2 three-ounce cakes cream sleeVes attractive details ,I mold with egg siloes and parsley. to take them up before long. Miss and afterward he and I would go hoping for a day that now seems as

cheese the, buttons are and belt buckle Put in a layer of meat season with Ida Hagan, one of our older citizens Into the kitchen for coffee and toast far away as ever And she would

\Vashlne Time: So.many 2 tablespoons cream and furnish the smart I salt and pepper, sprinkle with parsley says: "Those were the "Mymother' died suddenly and my surely have gained dignity and
Imands are mayonnaise caD orbroadcloth, : and add a layer of sliced eggs. when she and her *did not survive her I i strength.
being made on H. cop chambray.. gingham Continue layer for layer until all is happy days" father long ;
e.these V"Jys' It 'I. wise to 2 tablespoons lemon Juice pique and other sisal 8nto used making the last layer of meat. mother, the late Mrs. Jane Hagan, thought then that Carlton would' My advice to her Is to drop Carl- .

"> best possible use of M. teaspoon salt Pattern No. 8162 is in sleeves, Pour over stock and cover with a would leave home before sunriseto surely say that we must be married.But ton. Tell him that his attentions

m"w. One way is in how 1 cop orange sections 14 ;years: Size 8 33-Inch: short material. plate weighted slightly to make the go chopping In our little cityof he did not although he was all don't make her happy, as they once

Jour washing machine. H. cop seeded and quartered requires 2V4 yards .. loaf firm. Chill over night. Un- Starke, take their lunch and sympathy and wonderfully dear and did; which is true enough. Tell him

.rce, long washing Is Royal Anne cherries mclJ and garnish with pan ley.BOATDRAIN can of hot coffee, getting home helpful. Two other school teachers that she wants to be absolutely free, f

'OUsarily good washing )4 cop chopped nutmeats Name..............................., before sun down. Quite a difference came to share my home with me. for her teaching, reading, walking,
[ "'estime. Soap underl M. cup maraschino cherries, In getting to town this I bore It as long as I could, and gardening, women friends that although !

Chemical change after it chopped Address............................., By Mr*. Z. Z. Griffin day and time. But It may come: then faced the music, told him how she really loves him she
n I Used a little while, suds 2 tablespoons ginger. In, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown and to us again.are I felt, reminded him that for three would be happier in her soul not to

down" and the soil Is 1 cup cream, whipped ....................................., of Jacksonville visiting rel- years we had been going together."He continue to dangle in this slate of I
deposited again on the Mix cream cheese and 2 tablespoons were spending this week In Jacksonville said he felt that my parents'death continual expectancy and disappointment -

Then It Is practically tnt cream. Add mayonnaise, Name of pPr.Fiiurn ....................... Mrs. May Brown and Mr, and with Mrs. D. Boree and had rather pushed our affair .
to get the articles clean.enta. lemon juice and .alt. Combine orange Mrs. Ben Sasser Sunday. Mrt Arch Prevatt.Mr Into the background and asked for Will Suffer Heartache. ( :

IndIvidual. -' sections, cherries, and nut- No......... IM........ John Prevatt and son, Harold, and Mrs Willie Green and one week to think it all over. Be. If she has the courage to do this I

n .how how short to keep meats, and add to cream cheese IS rente In _n. 'lotcb ofJacksonville were visiting relatives children Mr. and Mrs. C. A. fore that week was up be he engaged came to, she will experience, first heartache, i
fend
asked that
'Iinll and we
of each load Fold In whipped cream d..lr.d' tov me forlorn feeling of being adrift from
and yet mixture. .. patlorn In this section over the Griffin and children and Mrs. secret a
ough. Teats have Into freezing tray and allow but it must be a profound the moorings to which she has clung
man revealed and pour Patricia Dow Patterns weekend.Mrs. Lavonla Griffis enjoyed a swim- He me a ring of his mother's, \

k!Another taking to wash a balt yra lye tor without to freeze stirring.in electrical Garnish refrlgera.with tM W. 17th St.. New York. N. Y. P. D. Prevail and daughter ming day afternoon.The party at. Bedford Lake Sun- but gave asked me not to wear It pub. so with long.such And pathetic secondly faith, and she hope will feela for

.entical washing yet do- orange sections and cherry halves. Mrs. Hattie Moore, of Jack- children around here have licly. Wants to End Delay. courage and a self-respect, a
after.'J household or sonville were visiting Mrs. Ada strength and freedom that will be
particular
lIe_ .
you a OF THANKS the whooping cough. The ones That was three years ago, and
minute soaking hastens cooking problem on itfcien you stouiflke ; CARD Griffin and Mrs. Lugene Prevatt manna to her souL That li, unless
g by loosening e'pert odiicer Write to Mia Lynn We wish to express our appreciation who have It are: Sharon and Edward I nothing has changed since. Carlton the complacent dawdling Carlton
.. soU. Then last week. and Doyce that 'until we could
Green Jerome said last
NeutpaptrLnton. shown us year
a kindness
all
e
r Wutnn for indeed
by Ckvnberi el wakes as he r
suddenly up
r>to the drst wringing the ar 210 South IttiplaiiHi Street Cnaeto, : during the sickness and death of Gene Griffin of Jacksonville Griffis, Gerald Galney and Ron- be married he felt that we ought and rushes her instantly Into ,

Ater of the right washer full of Illinois explaining your problem lull* I our beloved husband and father, spent the week-end here with his. ald Brown.C. not to see each other more than may marrlsge., Either way she wins.

tempera to her. p,,.*. .,..;10.. a tumprd. tellenvelope J. J. Plckren. I family. A. Griffis made a business twice a neck. He comes Wednesday -

- .ddr..sed bj/ W..wr for H.w..per your reply.a.I.as.d Ualoe.vita..t. -\1'rs.: j. j..Plckren and family. I Mrs. Janle Green and children trip to Gainesville Monday.


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= Bristol of Gainesville returned Hart J. H. Courtmanche, Mrs. At The TabernacleThe Boom Town Revival Office -Ppp

I Florida State Farm News Saturday from a two-weeks' va- Grace Wainwright, Guy H. Sale,, soldier's service held Sun- A "Prophetic Evangelistic Cam- County Telegraph
N. C.
Blue Ridge
cation at F. C. O. T. Bur-
and daughter Hollingsworth day evening at the Tabernaclewas paign", under the direction of Dr:
M. Bradley
J. In rell. Miss Sarah Poythress, Karl well attended and was a Otto J.: Kllnk Is now in progressat 0 r It'
I\ E. R. liouvler COMMUNITY CLL'II Carolyn; spent the week-end The "I .
y Only routine business claimedthe Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Kurz Junlus Smith, Barney Sis- spiritual bleselng to all. The service the American Theatre in titar ks, I..i I' 'i''dun;; ',tMtlh r
conducted by the "Boom Town". Dr. Klink is. a 11I42. at stark
4r
8C'Ol'TmETISG: Mrs. Ruth Z. Griffls, Mrs. was >
attention of the club at the Vance Geiger. eon
nfe relChtrati"k.
At the weekly meeting Mon regular meeting Tuesday. Mrs K. C. Roberts, assistant In the Rhoda Z. Dampier Mrs. Fred E "Fisherman's Club" from Camp nationally known commentator inK .Ids. M!;

{ day night the Land Scouts practiced Mrs. H. M. Rich- Farm portofflce department. Is .Blanding and was presided over author and evangelist and his services bouka names a'tor... ',
P. D. Fancher Frances Jr., and T. Frank Lan- said to hold Interest for ,h, rl"b'I,
are for y
O'Neil in a happy Council wit
Scouts !
several
Hnd his farm Corporal
drilling, aide and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins upending his vacation on by will bl sus
drum. 18th
allowed to practice giving Like of and Informal manner and about a everyone. day or Ant ixNn'kth. ,
were were named as a nominating com- near Lake Butler. many at '::00 o' lu"k !
Il commands. A report was made mittee for the officers for the us. gas is too scarce and tires too This makes ,a grand total of dozen soldiers Including a chaplain Services are held each night at plalnta. If p .nd tow

on the progress of plans for collection new club year which begins In precious for the usual summer i $347.50 which has been donatedby and one officer's wife taking 8:30:; o'clock and arrangementsfor strl n.ms ken that: have b"Q.t.....

of all old "scrap". Wed October. Another all-day sew trips. the people of Starke to erect part. There was a trombone solo the series of meetings Were Alvares Claud.

nesday. August 12. will be gen- was planned for next Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall the observation tower at Blan- by a member of the Air Corps, ma4e by J. A. Brooks owner of Iakl..y.ITuddinaton Je..,. ayti

eral collection day. The Scouts those attending taking their spent the week-end In. Jackson- ding Center. A few others have and a vocal solo by Mrs. Johnson Brooks Trading Post and director nuddinatnn; John PrnIln W

Kent out very attractive noticesof lunch. Twenty-eight lounging ville. Their granddaughter An- made, subscriptions which have violin l and piano selections of the Community Gospel! t'nlernn Brown Arch-Rem...,...

tbeir intended effort to collect robeo are the next assignment toinette Randall a c companied not yet been collected. chorus, etc. Altogether it wasa Mission.! John J. 1II 1.Capo. .._->.'..........

, all metals so necessary for many and the club hopes) to have enough them home 'for a visit. feast of testimony and praise Caen Chamb"r.. ... Mra.. J. I gChambrs ,_...
+ I Having discussed the "receipts", M r.. .
Implements of war. The Scoutmaster workers to furnish these at an Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite spent "dis and soul-refreshing. Methodist Church J.:p'm.n.. ..
at the
let
us glance briefly
announced plans for an early date. Mrs. W. N. North Sunday with Major and Mrs. W. Tuesday evening the service r..man.. W W R'M.
and
.
hand" Darby
.
r overnight camp at Hampton and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd hostesses L. Murphree !In Gainesville' bursements", "cash on was in charge of the Sponsors of Services at the church next Hsnry"A Ida L.-D........
We H.-H.
Beach Saturday night.BRIDGE served dainty sandwichesand Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde and children balance yet to be raised. the work and the subject was the Sunday 'will be aa folows: .rrobe H.O.r.. "'"....
have & Kite.
Quigley
*' Iced tea. spent Tuesday with Mrs purchased from Three Victories as found in 1st. Church' School 10 A. M./ Kite ROb-D.e.a'.d..
CLUB Davis In the amount of
Bruce Norman at her summer supplies Morning Worship 11 o'clock. K nn.dvri.ucS-Do.O&Ioj_ '!
5458. The peoples'choir
Cor. young .,.
Many beautiful 'red and pink $272.80 from E. A. Winkler r..mh. ""4
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and i ; Jam.MD.
cottage on Spring Lake. music. Subject: "A Faith That Propels..
furnished special Middleton,
rose 'were used By Mrs. L. F. $32.80; from Bradford HardwareCo. nraldp
daughters Mary Jo Lila Ray 1\I..r..
there will Youth Fellowship 7 P. M. N..th.-.h....
On Friday evening
Chapman when entertaining the June, Peggy and Frances, spent ., 45 cents; from J. F. Colley Puilum np..n-n.e.1ff4.
Observation Tower be another from out of Evening Worship 8 o'clock. P.Ille.r .
Bridge Club last week. blacksmith from Baird group JIt.m"
Thursday the week-end with Mr. Cald- ( ) 73 cents; ...
take in the service Sermon 'Subject: "0 u r Own Reid. I.. n.-n." .....
and town to part .
Mrs. M. E. Grlner won high well's parents at Ocklawaha goIng Given Hardware $1.05: ; from Van H. R.id r.rtrud
Report M.-n...
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Church. .
Mrlll. J. O. Godwin bingo. Their down especially to help cele- Priest Co., 30 cents. We have when a group from Pine Level t Tison!pnaner. Vlrlflhlalle.....

prizes. were Defense Stamps Mrs. brate the seventy-third birthdayof By H. A. Carlton also Incurred labor bills. for $18.60to Church will be present and ren- Prayer Service Wednesday at Thl>mulO Thendure-pr_p,,
Chapman nerved a chicken saladco R. H. Mathe Albert der a special feature. The message 8 P. M. v.s_
$19.00 to .
J. B. Caldwell. There were Chief Airplane Observer ; Van D.en'T. """ ,
will be "And Jesus went A cordial welcome to all. 1I111--n.",.,.
u roe with Iced tea. using"Dyno" seventy-five guests who enjoyeda Barker; $23.10 to Albert Gllsson; ..

as a sweetener Mrs. C. bounteous dinner In picnic Please pardon two things-this $8.40 to Felix Reeser; and $6.00to with him."

M. Turney was a guest fashion under huge oak trees In lengthy report and the use of the J. D. Mathews; also $1 for a

first person-but since F. R. Car- building Crawford Promoted VICTORY ROLLFAST
y? The Ralfoid W. M. U. Circle the yard, and a happy time was radlne. Chief Airplane Observer permit. .'. BICYCLE I
" had by all.Chaplain. This totals $385.15 which has
at 3 o'-
afternoon '
met Monday
for Bradford County appointedme The of Seeber (Buck) ONLY $33.75SEE
promotion
L. A. has returned -
clock at the home of Mrs. P. S. Shepherd Chief Observer for Starke been spent up to date. (In addition
Crawford of Starke and Lake
from Winter wherehe
s Crews at the State Farm. Haven an anonymous friend paid a ,.
made r
went to make addresses at aRotary that automatically me labor bill for '$14.40 which If Butler from the rank of corporalto
The meeting was opened with
, responsible for raising the money that of sergeant has been an- YOUR LOCAL
luncheon and a Lion's counted would bring the totalto RATIONING BOARD
: and
prayer by Mrs. J. M. Bradley
hM building a tower locating volun-
nounced by the commanding general
Club gathering. Mr. Shepherd also $399.55. It counts-but not
the 20th Psalm was read by Mrs. ,
r W. P. Malone. Following a visited his sister, Mrs. Wyatt teer observers and keeping the In this report!) of the 82nd Infantry Division TO SEE IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED

Buisslng, at Lake .:and while observation post manned 24 hours now stationed at Camp Claiborne -
study of the 3rd chapter of "In each Of this amount, $316.48 has ..
day.
La. Crawford's promotioncomes
Royal Service", the meeting was I away.Mrs. After looking here there and been paid-or all but $68.67
- closed with prayer by Mrs. J. H. C. H. Pulley and son yonder for a suitable location for which is due Quigley & Davis. I as reward for ability EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYV.
shown during recent training.
Dudley. Charles of Tallahassee who have the tower and being denied the have cash on hand $31.02 which S. St. John OwnerBradford
The members been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. P. would leave a balance of only
following were use of several proposed sites for
present: Mru. J. M. Bradley. Mrs.J. Stubblns, Si-., and Mr. and Mrs.R. one reason or another Blanding $37.65 to, Quigley & Davis. Cost City NothingCity

H. Dudley Mrs. W. E. Malone P. Stubblns, Jr., for the past Center (Orange Lines bus terminal When I raise that, and approxi ----,_ ._ .-"-,- ---
Clerk Carl Johns Is anxious
Mrs. L. Watts. Mrs., Bryan Whit- week, returned home Wednesday.Mr. ) was suggested and Gene mately $15: in addition for some
and Mrs. E. C: Scott after for the public to know that not ,
field Mrs. A. H. and
Bates Mrs.
Connell and Joe Arnold proprietors necessary furnishings -and getIt Inn
residing here for only were the electric stove refrigerator -
Crews. Miss Jewell Thorn nearly a year installed .
Ruby kindly consented for the -we will be ready to
ton of Aubtirndale .was a visitor while Mr. Scott held the position tower to be erected on top of start "watching airplanes" 24 and water heater at .. r r VI .
of chief steward at the the new fire station paid for by
bus. Claude Johns and sons prison their building.Not houro a day to help keep Jap and
kitchen have returned to Jacksonville the Federal Works Agency; but We Cater To Civilians
Only
Claude Jr., and Kenneth are realizing the high cost of German planes off our territory!
to that the whole station with all
live. Their
I departureIs
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Al RogersIn building materials and laboring
THANKS Folks, If
everybody
Jacksonville. regretted by their friends here. equipment was paid for entirelyby
Mrs. R. H. Tyson left Tuesdayto under the delusion that volunteer anybody else wants to help do that Government agency and COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE
Mrs. J. M. Bradley and children carpenters could be found to lenda
anything call me at 29 or see me
visit her son and daughter-in- did not cost the people of Starkeone
.' Jimmie, Leslie, and Caroline law hand In that patriotic service at the Telegraph. .
Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Tyson cent. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
visited Mr. and Mrs. Vance In Miami. I originally thought that $200 .
Geiger lit Jacksonville Wednesday. would be sufficient to build the
MANUSCRIPT COVERS -91wr STENOGRAPHERS NOT E
,. H. M. Richards spent the week- Miss Rubye Jewell Thornton of tower. I soon learned by experience 1-2 MILE NORTH STARKE ON ROAD
Auburndale Is 100 BRADFORD COUNTY PADS- I5o each- BRADFORD OF U 1:
visiting her relatives
end at Jacksonville Beach where however that It would
Mr. TELEGRAPH. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .. ........ ,
he went to bring home Mrs. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. cost double that amount.I .0----- -. -. ". ---

''I-i Richards and children Jane and Mrs. James Christie of Baltimore went out and began raiding

Henry who had been vlaltlng Md., is visiting Mr. and the money by voluntary subscriptions'

',I Mrs. Rlcharde's) sister-in-law, Mrs. P. D. Fancber. ; Otis Nelson drew the plans;
., Mrs. Hamilton Ritch of Gainesville Mi'''. J. H. Dudley and Mrs. and contractor R. H. Mathe with

and Mrs. C. F. Wiley of Eva Markham spent Monday in the help of other carpenters began '

I Jacksonville who ,are apendlng Lake City. I the work. He gave several

the summer at the beach. Mrs Chas. Cope and son, Gene days' work free and continued ,_ M&fcltteel
who fyve been v
relatives
visiting the work of
'i Mrs., J. I. Williams: has as a In J.i usomrille returned home supervision at a reduced
\ guest this week her alter Mrs. wage. The tower after

I,: J. B. Segree of Palatka. Satunl'1iy. much labor and worry is almost

f\ Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Malone and Trfr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagieshopped finished. The door Is yet' to be ,.all 'II'

daughter, Wllla Jean, spent the in Lake,City Saturday.Mr. hung.. some .step to be built and

!1 day In Lake City, Sunday as asp Mrs. ,K- W. Tyus and some painting to be done and
.one
1 guests of Mr, Malone's .slater, Kenneth and 'Harold, left then the tower Itself will be com

Mrs. J.. L., Paschal,, Friday to spend their vacation pleted. U""T1.
with relatives !In Miami. "' After that, all that will be
, Word has been
elved
.re of the : Mrs. J. L. Robinson. Mrs. H. L.
; will be
very sudden passing of- J. L. Wll- Parker, ,biro. J. A, Bouvler and necessary to'place a few
]lama. father of-Mrs." J. M. Hem Miss simple furnishings there, : and .
Betty McRae -
bre.. The sympathy of the en in Jacksonville spent Wednesday I have' the telephone Installed., ,.

tire community goes, out to Mrs. L. R. Bristol, : after getting someone' to pay for if '
Hembree accompanied by it! About 30 of the leading citizens
her
In bereavement. his
'. parents Dr. and Mrs ,iJ. M. of Starke both men .and

women. have already volunteered :

their services as airplane observers
I CLASSIFIED
ADSFOR when the tower is ready, and

it will be operated 24 hours each

.. RENT 6-room furnished FOR RENT-Beautiful furnishedroom. day we- trust until the Axis

houite. Hot and cold water. C 300 Temple Ave. Itp powers are crushed never to rise '
R. Whttehend Lawtey Fla. tf again. /

FOR SALE-Used! 4-burner elec- The reason I want to make a

LOST-Pair eye glasses. Wednes- tric stove In good condition $25: detailed financial report Is because

day night, in Ferrell Jewelry cash See W. M. Walnwrlght, I was the one who collectedand

Co. case. Reward for return to Kingsley Lake. Itp spent the money; I was the

Bradford County Tlegraph. Itp one who found the workmen and
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL
paid them ,
; ordered the material
FOR RKNT-Unfurnished new 4- milk cows, stock cows beef
and paid for It and
; I feel
that
room house near Farmers' Mar cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get '
I want the \
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people to know
ket. R. A. Kewsome, 333 North in touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., where --
their .
Cherry Street. lIp Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake money went. / -.
The .
following .
City; Telephone 481 Lake City. persona gave the '"" .:::-::.0;;:.;;
FOR RENT-3 amount designated for this '-
bedrooms reasonable Auction market every Thurs purpose
2: price. Mrs E. J. Dowling, day on all classes of live stockat : Louis Shafkln Nat Stern- -

1, North Christian street one Lake City at 2:30 P. M. berg the Florida Bank at Starke
I block north of American Legion 5-8-43 and the Board of County Commissioners / -

ball. Phone 113. It -- each gave $10.

ATTRACTIVE LAWN FURNITURE The following persons gave $5: G .-

I FOR RENT; 2-room furnished -Flat cypress, galvanized S. E. Sparks, Quigley & Davis, ,. UN

apartment.-Mre. Warren Perkins nalla. Chairs $1.73, settees E. A. Winkler, Rita Cafe Van H. NEEDED

Starke. Itp $3.0O. delivered In Starke. Payon Priest Co., E. K. Ferryman L. T. a FOR WAR/

FOR arrival if satisfied. Mail Dyer Gem Jewelry. Park Cafe, Scrap Iron and
entire sawmill
RENT-my
orders solicited. D. D. Morris V. S. St. John. Mr. and Mrs. W.

location-office, warehouse and Bo twlck, Fla. 7-31 4tp B. )(undy. Joe Wilson W. H.
yard. Price right. A. A. Annie I ,
Nollman. Florida Theatre Hi
Lawtey, Fla. It FOR SALE-Green Hat
peanuts
any L. W. Koch
Florida- Power. & i iLet's
quantity.-Ira W. Aiidreu. 1 ml.
FOR RENT Store building in west of Starke. Light Co., Sam Rosenberg! D.
heart of town-near Carpenter's ltp W. McClellan, Mrs. B. Jacobs.

Drug store on South Thompson FOR SALE-Following littleusedUrea John. H. Denmark Furniture Co.,

-.treet-new. never occupied and tubes: U A. Canova Stump's Store, -V

rent reasonable. T. Frank Lan- One 6:25x16Pr. : Park Theatre, D. P. Carpenter blast japan-and Germany-and Italy-with the chain 1 ,

drum. It 6.50x16: Starke Coca Cola Co., Bradford lightning of destruction that can be built from the I %
scrspin a ;
P.'. 6:00x18: Hardware Co., Roy Mathew-, Tip our cellars attics and
VOR RENT-cottage and 5-room garages I, on our farms and in our places i f
Pr. 4:40x21: Top Super Market H a r I e y F. of
bungalow furnished. See W. A. One 5:50x19: Strong. Hogan Smith. J. M. Alvarez business.

Gay at the Bradford Abstract Pi- :9:00x20 Edward Burns E. L. Matthews
Scrap iron and "../ other 'a'
1
metal. rubber a hit"
Company. lip H. A. Manassa and waft war
-Merton F. Clark. P. O. Box : L J. Green ship and arm. of
materials. end ?
FOR SALE-Lunch counter 12 306 Starke, Fla. lip Sam Gottlieb, W. M. Edwards. It will all be used to make tanks, ships planes 0th gait tj mad, of aenp !rod .d cent ter

Alexander & Co., Robert B. Wear and the fighting weapons our boys rManila _
muat have. It is
feet long, 32 Inches wide: 6 HELP ANTJo.D-femaJ2: mid New Method Cleaners A. Z. Ad- at once. needed

stools. Oak Spar varnish; die-aged women around 40 klns Ropes
F. Register, Carl J o h nsDarby' Bar/ap Bags
very good looking;; cut-in work years of age married. Apply Store, Tic Toe Tap P. S. Sell it to a Junk dealer give, it to a charity or collection a

apace; shelving, etc., well-made. Orange Lines Garage at 2 P. Stored Inc.,. Frank's- Fine Food agency-take It yourself to the
In splendid condition. Can be M. Friday. it W. T. Clute, A. J. Thomas.J. nearest collection point_or -

Men at Hillcreat. Palatka high- C. Hoover donated $4; Char- consult the Local Salvage Committee. .If you live on a farm F ,
way below Keystone. W. F. $3 REWARD for return of small and have found hr
ley E. Johns and Mrs. ; no means of disposing of
Bertha ;
male fox hound. Name your Junk, get in
"Boy"
Hcaley. ,
lip
color-white with lemon ears. Pearce each gave $3; Lex Green, touch with the County 'War Board or your farm implement N..dd .
Rev. G. C. Powell. Guy D. Mc. dealer. mar b
FOR SAL!-1940 Nash sedan. Burned p
scar on tall. Melvin
,. Pwaebat 1 b a0oealan
Kinney, Mrs. R. S. J Plans drwa
rrg.
Fernandez L. ;
Owned by soldier. Must sell. Throw YOUR
McKinney Starke. into J
lip scrap the
for.lk
fight 'vl.tlon
D.
Vining, Lady Fair "
Beauty '
See B. J. Dab mer. 110 E. Call wAStc t
St. Itp FOUND--bicycle. Owner can get Salon Hollywood Camera Shop. COThis oa

same by identifying and paying J. F. Rabeck and Longacre & nwsiogs approved fey CoMMrvofran DivUom qMEED0 g PoaaA o T $t lnro a Lrg. tin aa tot

FOR SALE-Double wagon $W, for this ad. -W. B. Bryan Loverin each donated $2; Lacy ._ONl1r, M U to year m t dealer
wood saw with starter $30; disc Starke. Fla. Itp Conway $1.50. WAR PRODUCTION NOT "Et0ED* on1RTAug IUTIES"Waat.p.p.rurd

plow, $20: all In good condition. The following donated $1: Mrs. BOARD sae te,; aan0e d t .g,

Ben Faulkner, Route 3, Lake LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN- Fannie Jones Star Store Sablne's H* .d----- I resit Iw Lp .... M.erra, lrA.air <:' III Raaarb

e Butler Fla. 3tp One cypress clinker-built boat Bakery O. L. Llnsln, Paul Hud- f..1wwYr ..d w54 Gall pwW .,. Raw aI lr.d.5 Fari.tee.f -.I.&

j with two live boxes painted gins. Dick Grlffla. Miss Frances
$fOR SALE (1500: House, 6
green name "Tootsle" In FOR
was Peek. Charles Hardy. Smith's INFORMATION PHONE STARKE
rooms and bath. All conveniences. Crystal Lake. Finder apply for I Garage ){rs. A. D. Crosby Mr. Local Salvage Conunittee: I. T. 29 ]I. l
Well I located. 423 reward at Bill Neal I Dyer County Chairman: StarkChu.IL unPlon--Claude"
Motors Miner W. Allen Zeke H
T. Jackson. Maurice : Gnbaatn.-Raley Wasdlnl DryderoohfG' -* + ..:- '
Laura St.-E. L. Klncben Jacksonville. I eJlbron.tenoon
81 Edwards J. D. Mathews W. H. L. L. Renfroe Col-on. R. E. Ha.en; Lawtey-J. S. Shuford. George Robert
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